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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

I turf topics. I dominations for the Port Pirie Racing' Club nieeUDg on inarch 30 are due to day. j iKjyal Scot will be sent to Broken Hill i on Wednesday next, to take part in the! Easter Saturday and Monday fixtures. S.' Clindennen, his owner, will accompany: the Wallace horse and should be able' to win a couple^ of races with him. j Zens Dare will be called upon to put up a penalty of S lb. for winning *be Wero cata Handicap at Balaklava. making be' weight in the Qnkaparinga Cup 7 st. 7 lb. S. Middleton, the Western AusLraJian horseman, who went to Melbourne to ride Loch Shiel in his Victorian engage ments, is returning to the western State. Yeiy satisfactory acceptanccs for the Port Adelaide meeting 10 be run on Saturday were received by the secretary (Mr. T. \V. Turford) yesterday. Twenty-seven remain in the Trial Stakes, 10 in the River Hurdle Race, 11 in the Et. Patrick's Handicap, 15 in The Snowden Steeplechase, 12 m the Tgjarxi Handicap, 24 in the Cove Handicap, and 18 in t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FEDERAL NOMINATIONS. FOR BOTH HOUSES MELBOURNE. March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

FEDERAL H)MIMEIONS. FOE BOTH HOUSES MELBOURNE. March 2fi. The Victorian nominations for the Sen ate are:—S. Barker, Sir Robert Best, A. E. Biakey, E. Findley, Vida GoLi i stein. J. W- McCay, Bev. J. B. Rooald, and W. A. Trenwith. For Queensland:—H. C. House. M. T. I Glassey, T. Oivens, W. KeLLelt, H. Mac 1 rossen, J. Miliclian, J. Stewart, and H. Tutleiy. For Tasmania.—J. Campbell, H. Dob son, J. Long. E. Mulcahy, J. McFaxIane, D. O'Keefe, II K- Keady. The following are the" nominations for the House of Representatives in Victoria. —For Balaelava--G. J. Mead and Agar Wynne. For Ballarat—A. Deakin anil U. EusselL For Baiiran—11 Beard and J. Coon. For Bendigo—F. Brennan and Sir John Quick. For Bourke—F. Anstey and Hume Cook. For Corangamite—J. Seul lin and J. Wilson. For Corio—R- A. Crouch aD"1 A. Ozonne. For Echuca—J. Daviess W. Everard, A. O'Dv.-yer, W. Orr, and A. Palmer. For Faulkner—G. Fair bairn and 3. Hannan. For Flinders—A. Buckley, W. Irvine, and T. Mclnerney. For Grampians—A...

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LABOR'S FIGHT. NOMINATIONS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LABOR'S FIGHT. NOMINATIONS Df NEW SOOTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 16. | .Nominations for ^an dilates fc* tbe House of Representatives were received up to e on to-day. With, a few < xcep jtions the fight is left to the Labor and Liberal candidates. All stats ara to be contested with the exception of Eden I Monaro, where Mr. Austin Chapman has been return, id unopposed The Hon. Sydney Smith has withdrawn from Nepean. Three Liberal, three Labor, three Socialists, and one Indepen dent have been norpinated for the Senate.

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Section Campaign COUNCIL CANDIDATES AT HINDMARSH. THE CRY FOR FRANCHISE REFORM. UNSATISFACTORY WAGES BOARDS. COMPULSORY ARBITRATION FAVORED. "UNLOCK THE LANDS" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

Section Campaigsi GOMCIL CANDIDATES AT HEN'BMABSH. THE CRT FOR FRANCHISE EEFOEM. UNSATISFACTORY WAGES BOARDS. COMPULSORY ATTtXEATION FAVORED. "UNLOCK THE I»A.NI>§ V' The "thtfee tialior candidates (Messrs. J- P- Wilson, A. W. Styles, and E. L. Klattfer), who are contesting the Central Division seats in the Legislative Council, had a splendid meeting in thfe Hind j marsh Town Hall on Tuesday, night. The ■chair was occupied fej MI. S. J. Smith <president of the local committee). In introducing the candidates he said they had newer known Mr. Styles to fail in anything he had taVm in hand on behalf of the workers, and if they returtfed him j to the Council they would find him a worthy representative. Mr. Klauer had also worked hard for the party, and he was sure would give better satisfaction than most of the Legislative Councillors, iffr. Wilson,, by Jus past work in the Upper House* Wis entitled to be re elected* fleers;) Mr. Butler's "Sacking Doves." fir. Styles said he...

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STARTING PRICES. EPSOM (VIC.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

STARTING PRICES. EPSOM (VIC.) ] First Division Handicap—Graftonefcfc", 8 to X. Jumpers Flat—Pniy 5 to 4. Steeplechase—Savertre, 7 to L Second Division Handicap—SkyboH, S to Z Epsom Handicap—Edenbolme, 4 to 1 Third Division Handicap—Drintadoon, 4 to L BALAKLAVA. •HuitJle—Spoonful, dir. for 2, £2 5/ Trials.—First division, Fi&estaff £4 8/: Brcrwn locli. £1 1/. Trials.—Second division. The Amendment, £7 14/; Tommy Bnrss, £1 2/. ^Werocata Handicap—Zera Dare, £3 31/; Timo Jntnpers* Flat.—Spoonful, £5 19/. ^F!ing Handicap. —Boastfnl, £3 5/; Fortola, £5 ^ Pony Race.—Sandy, £3 2/; The General, £1 Welter.—Steel bone, £3 12/.

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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SPORTING WORLD. COMIKG EVENTS. March. 16-17—Narracoorte B.C. 17—RosehUl Races (N-S.W.). 17—Southern y.P. J.C. ^ 17—Denial Bay J.C. 18—Lorton B.C. 19—Port Adelaide B.C. 19—Hawkesbuiy Baces (N.S.W.). IS—Moonee Valley Races (Vie.). 22—Cornell S.G. 23—Buna B.C. 26-28-30 and April 2—A.J.C. Autnaan Mty, 26—Aependale Park Baces (Vic.). 26—Broken Hill J.C. 28-^Onkaparinga R.C. SS—Williamstown Baces (Vic.). 28—Laura J.C. 28—TT!i^7ti? and Wallaroo J.C. 28—Penang J.C. 30—Port Pirie B.C. 31—Renmark R.C.' i

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BALAELAVA RACES. WEROCATA HANDICAP WON BY ZENA DABE. SPOONFUL WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BALAELAVA RACES. WEROCATA HANDICAP WON BY ZENA DABE. SPOONFDL WINS A DOUBLE. i'large number of city sportsmen made the trip toialaklava to attend the annual fixture of the local club. The meeting was; in every way a success, and the wea thetwas perfect. The club's officials all car ried out their duties in a commendable manner, arid worked energetically it make the meeting a successful one. Mx. Coles, who figured on the card as < hffltotiLiy jud^e was unable to be pre-sent., and bis plsfce was taken by Mr. J. McCor mjLCk, of SaddlewortiL, who acts as starter fortia jnumber of northern clubs. Many improvements have been effected' on the cpprse since' last year, particularly with regard to the Tace tracks which was in splendid condition, and superior, aceord - ingto competent judges, to any track in ihe-north; Bails have been erected all around the track, and a .permanent publi can's booth has been put up in the enclo sure at considerable expense to the club. The totalizato...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

1 jiijim'jjihwpimrarnrwi fi |i fa $ U V The Labor Candidates: x Favor an Extension of the Franchise. Authorised by R. Blimdell, Trades Hall.

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AMERICA AND JAPAN. AN INFORMAL ALLIANCE. VANCOUVER, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

AMERICA AND JAPAN. AN INFORMAL ALLIANCE. VANCOUVER, March 17. It is understood that the Mikado of Japan is arranging to make America an informal ally in the domination of the Orient policy. bis plans in the latter respect provide that the commercial equality of all nations will be guaranteed in the East, -: ,Tentative proposals will be submitted indirectly, though not thitoagh the regular diplomatic channels.

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SCALDED TO DEATH. A CHILD'S FATE. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

SCALDED TO DEATH. A CHILD'S FATE. SYDNEY, Match 17. Essie Moore, aged 13 months, lias died at Minmi, near Newcastle, as the result of injuries received through upsetting a pot of scalding tea over herself.

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FINANCIAL HELP FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

FINANCIAL HELP FOR IRELAND. . Mr. X _E. Bedmond, leader of the Irish Nationalists, during a recent speech on the possibility of another election, hoped that-further "financial help was- comttig, fro<n Ameri6a to jirovide his'party with] tonds for the campaign.

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OPIUM IN HAWAII. SECRET SMUGGLING. VANCOUVER, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

OPIUM IN HAWAII. SECRET SMUGGLING. VANCOUVER, March 17. Quantities of opium are being secretly smuggled into Hawaii, and' the Federal Officials are nonplussed as to bow to cope with the influx of the drug.

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THE ORIGIN OF MORALITY. A STUDY OF ETHICAL AND MORAL EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

j THE ORIGIN OF MORALITY. | A STUDY OF ETHICAL AND MORAL I EVOLUTION. Economics was auooeu the "dismal science" by Carlyle—an opinion which for ignorance of the subject and a dour Wrriltnation to make himself heard at £2 tTazatds equalled his allusion to utili tarian ethics as the "pier philosophy." The limitations, however, which nar rowed the field of. Carhie's \if.ion are not conijned to the sagc'ui Clu-I^oa. Most people shun economics for a similaT rea son. They imagine the study to be pro ductive of Jittlc pleasure and less profit. On the contrary, it is a study which brings us closer to the well springs of human nature than any other. Professor Marshall tells us that "it is on one side the study of wealth and on the other and more important side, part of the study of man. For man's charac ter has been moulded by his struggle for material resources more than by any other influence unless it be the religious, and the great forming agencies in the worlo/s history have been the re...

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PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

i 4.S ' - -! PRICES. A-?/:;Wheai.^3l4' to 4/, per' bushel, on tracks v^P^j&deUide, CamiBis*i>ots. ^^nm-JriiiiiTirtitf foands, ^£1D; coun S^irr £~z^ljO£per "^JUBfceL'TiebYgred A3e 1=—5/14 3>« 4raiiiel ddWBred &Se-' r-tJ^i-^^'perSnish^^tmda, fe^ap^S^ to^/Bamatrog,"S/ to. ,» .—JruckBj'oii Adelaide. :> •>•"; - B*y.2i£E to £2 S/6 for Spgtrsheavea Jdiwd m Adelaide. > 1 vffoRff—gg 15/ to £3 57 per ton of 22W bi^imfltrn^. 'AdeWide -iaiiway -.stafaoa T ■ , Con&abks^to spot, fifi per dtwen !»3tTDiiB?^ort^Jfc)dc5aidfi.^v-; >. ,. - -- --■-=j • iCT^B^per saoaenwCTijS lineksi ^^tonatfesmbier, ap^-.^-^ouiat^-fGamteS^g^^gto I1BM /5iAO» '>- ■ -.Jx . BiS®ranai^7flf;T benielB,!/^ to yi-aPrimft extracted, 2Jd. to3d.:". :

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STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

STOCKS-AND SHAKES. • . BANKS. English, Scottish, and Australian (C deben tures), buyer 18/lg. English, Scottish, and Australian - (deferred in scribed), buyer. 1B/1&. English, Scottish," and Australian (preferred 'in scribed), buyer.22/6, seller ^ 12/8. Bank of Adelaide, buyer £8 10/. Commercial Bonk (ordinary), buyer 15 ^seller 15/6.' ■ • * . National -Bank ^preference), buyer £12 12/. - Katioal Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 15/„ seller £5 17/. Cofonial Mutual Fire, buyer 62/9f seller -64/6. Elder, Smith; bnyer £5 10/6. . ^ ' -INVESTMENTS. Adelaide Steamship, .buyer 28/6, seller 39/3. Union Ner .Zealand," boyer 32/6. Melbourne "Trams, buyer ^/6. seller 43/. - Silverton Trams, buyer £5 2/, eeller £5 4/. Brewing Go. {paid), buyer. 24/. Brewing Co.{con.),,buyer 31/5,-eeller S/8. . .lion; Brewery, buyer */6. « ' ' Swan Brewery, seller 75/. Adelaide. Steam -Ta£,. bayer/68/. Howud <Sm^'(^ei^toe,vpud)i buyer 21/6. T Howard' Smith (ordinary, paid), 50/, closing;; buyer£0/, s...

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MINING. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

MINING. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Walter J-," Victor Itaftor.—An ounce; of radium would be worth a fortune in1 gold. "E. J. M.," Semaphore.—Australian al luvial gold is purer than the native metal found in reefs. "Gemstone," Angaston.—Diamonds are still being found at Echunga. Two, re cently discovered, are now in the pos session. of Mr. Fred fclales. Oddfellows' place, near the G.P.U. You can see them, for yourself. "Zany," Port Adelaide.—Some of the gold, i.e., the very finest, no doubt :s washed by the Onk&paringa into the sea, but if it is not in payable quantities up in the Mount Lofty Bange you would not ■ expect it to be so away down at the! mouth of the river. ] "X. Y. Z.," Orroroo.—Crush the stone] to a powder with a pestle and mortar] and, then pan it <o£C in the usual way, using water only. If you use quick-; jsilver you will have to retort it, or you. will not be able to jndfe how much gold' there is in the dish, the mercury will' cover it completely...

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THE SHARE MARKET. Thursday evening. London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE SHARE MARKET.. Thursday •• evening. London Quotations. Silver-lead and copper shares were easier. Gold'stocks were well noted atj improved values in every line but. Asso ciated which were unchanged. The Stock Exchange of Adelaide. Western Australian gold stocks -claimed the most of traders' attention, and good business was done in several lines, and following London,' firmer values prevail ed. Silver-lead shares were inactive with the exception of .small exchange in Bri tish, Junction, and Junction Norths at slightly easier prices, but for Junctions which firmed Id. Copper and tin shares were quiet, excepting Hampdens, which improved .l/Ti- ■ Investments did not reach above the quotation stage, with the exception of Howard Smiths, atvwea ker prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Amusement. WEST'S OLYMPIA. ftJnder Direction „ .. .. .. v ... ... Mr. T. J. West. "OOL, CuMFORTflBLE, COMMODIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK, JE* WESTS : PICTURES. 55* The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Assisted by L. De Groen's Vice-Begal Orchestra. West's PapUar Prices—2/, 1/6, 1/, and 6d. fiHUfiffftn Half-price to-alLpaets-except XJaUftty. . Boxplan and Day Sale at Dnhst & Bivea's. FEED MARSH. Manager* 8.JU CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES, INCORPORATED. The 1910 Exhibition MARCH « TO MAY 4. GRAND OPENING CEREMONY T^33^DAY EVENING, MABCH .34. ;-.V .r ; 5tt^n''T|cl^ete. now ready £11/ for set of three (Gentleman's and two %i$iiis,);.S^t'S&siin110/e.. Competitors' Season, 5/3. H. E."WXNTEROTTOM, Secretary. , 73o Tbe rfoet Es±mordinary Attraction ever brought to Adelaide- Commencing shortly. I TltE WliBLD FAMOUS FASTING MAN ' ISVhosQ SJnkgae Fajsts have created furores. ' - Direct from "the London Olyrnpia. SAGOO^iOMAN ;;;; SAGCO-HOMAN ' AT SPECtAI. Z>££3QSES^ 12 m...

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COMMERCIAL. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

COMMERCIAL. Tirarsdav afternoon. ■ Business was cfuiet yesterday with' "Tlittle alteration in the principal grain Quartets. London reported a quiet mar ,jket for wheat, and lobally values remained 'Unchanged- Oats were in slightly better demand at unaltered rates. Pollard was ^ steady, with a fair enquiry, while bran { i iada good demand at unaltered rates. .; J; Wheat—Private .advices received from j _ iondon yesterday reported the market as; -unchanged but steady. Mo business was . jiepoited, however, of a definite' charac . *ter. ' Tie . revised official estimate of the I tiigentme wheat crop available tor ex ■ nort is ^290,000 tons, which is consider /ably less than that of last year. Whe ther the increase in European exports "will compensate for this difference is 'snow the , fruitful- subject of discussion. ^Apparently a great deal will depend Ttrppn ihe weather in Burope during the . BSjxt~ few. months. It is said that the toise in the market reported on Saturday vwasdue to.r...

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SIXTH EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

*" -1'^iiW far tte +&A &bk "''. ""'•-;[.""^m^"frpm April, iSlB,, ^Btah ® .j'. \£ V ■' -V -'••"} ■'• ""yj^bae rlk^gfriwiinj .' . -• --. ' ^v/• -r^"^.;•'' • .t • • ■'• 1 H^fc.TtfaL C. £. Berfdfflnott-ipeji TO v£ jffi1: lgj - :: "J'-g *. "1 % r r f *»« ^ 'Bristle Staa:5eot®b*y: Am -as -'**3 > - *A- H. .i. _ ^ » .»*|30g IP. L Baanafewd -- --' — - -»|{®[ a«^«rfH Wn^Hjy.T-TiiJ J. ,., _ IS 1295 "* " "~ '" T-'g 3^0 & B.*_BerteJsmtaer (pen ®L) .... — 20 1289 .CatoUsa "Bgi Faun -. — .. .. — 18 1287 ■ SSraTiooltry farm fesySgL;-. — |g- '*3* Wliarepafcs Poultry Yards (KSff.).. S 32fi3 Macheson & Greaves {pen SB _ .. 23 -12S7 sri jainrf .. - - .. - -.- 28 T2W - t L Wrigbt-.. rJ ^ ^ ~ SS 1235 A-'O UawtonB . - ... ,. .. — — 17 1231 Ontario Ponltry Fann <pe» 2$) _ — 39 .1213 lbs. E. C. TdM) - - ., ,- i_ >, ._ ~ ' J2 - 132 W- Tjirris (w» 3") — — - W ISfi .-'.'i Bcsdbf'A ItoyJe -- ... —r -ffi. ' 3207 M. troas ... - ■..' ... — ,H -1206 » . Kma^nrihefe -...

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