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

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Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADE SOCIETIES. SADDLERY TRADES FEDERATION (SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BRANCH). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

TEADE SOCIETIES. SiUJDimT TRADES iSEDEBJOTO^ JSODTH ■ -*t.. ADSTB^TJAti •BBAHCH): The fortnightly meeting 'was held at the Trades ] JJa l od Tuesday, March 15. *£he President I £Mx. C^JSvaps) .occupied thetiiair. ■ There was! ja good, attendance of members $tesen£, and three j hew members jwere «tec&e4- A - very pleasing j feature ha <xMmectian iWith 4he~ branch is the \ ;iact that practically 'every' member the ^rade in • the -metropolitan area who - is eligible is ] £ member, nndj gorisidsrabfe interest is evinced] in the'^meetings. ' Relerence ores naade'%0 the] osse of Monafhab y, Ma^SuiHy-wlrich occurred re cently, fend steps were tafceo to provide xor .cases I '.Of-tie «»»«» nafano OCCQIQOf ID thp fiw^ifP, was also pointed out ^ -was smt a snember -ef.-t&e jfitecatioB, *sd itad in-J Stated .the proceedings himself. . tigstructaong | were issued to Trades and Labor Council and 'Baited Labor *Pazty' delegates re -oorre^iondeDce i received from -Srpfeen...

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LAD'S FALL FROM A TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

LAD'S FALL FROM A *•Rmt I "TEROWIEj March 16.—Roy Hussey,: -a , lad, was climbing tree to get a [ kite's tail lhat Had lodged there, wiien jhfi fell and.broke - BAT,HANK AH, March 16.—^he local railway stafi are still working. si high pressure, trains ruiming night and day J 24 trains run through on Sunday/Another porter is badly rieeded to cope with all the work eiitailed by two breweries, two cheese factories, jaxn factories, a tannery, &c. This is the. busiest station between Murray Bridge and Adelaide, -and only two porters to .do all the weak. A great many sheep and lambs are seat from iiere every seek. On" Tuesday threer:,j4juekf were dispatched, -pf ap ples for export from lieTR«iitianri»>i apple packing shed. Last week a record load of apples—750 eases—was loaded on one truck. A great many apples are grown in this district, and if the rain bad come three weeks sooner there would have been a splendid sample. As it is, they are rather small. BAL&KLAyA, March...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TRAMWAY EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

TEAMWA5T BUMAXES. " *. ;jcpecmi- meetine of the -6oo£h Australian TrtnrawjB JSagiJoyer .Asgxfofrkw was faeld 1st Tnte flaH on Wactoesday-(tight.- There'was a fair attendance, tad Mr. D. Cameron (Vice President) occupied the chair. _ Chairman (Mr. <£J!L flnaesionfwrote apologising for uan-attend &n^e «n aceountof pressure St irtdra. engsge* rawite> n *Meetiiig bad. Iteen obnrened for «iree purposes. 'I3%e tfrat„was to (secure noimnaBo&s to-act as delegates to oouV tegmca in Sydney, ±o{j>e held ior purpose -oK niyiming the - federation ot various. wanxna$ snuons throughout Oommoinrealtii, • Four cames 4*ere enhwifttart, and - fafflot wili'Jjie taken 'to sdiE&. two -delegates necessary. Proposal to alfrr the nights of ouetiiis eo as (o 'allow Kytfr yhif^c of jnea U> ztieud was jUgpgLgs&lj and xamed. Meeting nights in future will be third and fourth VedneshTs in the snonth. Dis missal of nntntor of men £rom the .various de pots "^wsS a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE COUNTRY. THROWN FROM A BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE C0UM1Y. XHBOWSf FEOM A BICYCiE. | TEROWIE, March 16-—On Sunday last I a party of young men -went "cycling.' i While they were returning from Yongala | the fort of George fiizshforth's bicycle broke. " He was thrown heavp3T, ■ and- re ceived severe injuries to the face, besides being rendered unconscious. Be was drives borne and -did not reeover con sciousness for some time. . TTin progress .is.now favorable.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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UNITED LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

UNITED IABGE PAETY. "' BOEDEETOWN, March 16.—The Bordectown branch of the Labor Party held its general -tnepting on Monday night. There was a good attendance of members, and'the President (Mr. A. A- Fisher) presided. Correspondence fcom Messrs. D. Campbell, R- P. Blunaell. E. A- Ro berts, E. A- Roach, and H. A. Newell dealt with. - There were eight new mfcrahers elected, and the branch is mating xamu etudes. Aj vacancy having occurred on the committee, ] Mr. Buzacott was elected to fill the position- ] Messis. A. A- Fisher and H. Bpnd ware appointed scrutineers for Section day. A fighting fund was opened; several members offered to become I collectors. | The best mail thougiC be would take a look around and see that everything was running as a fastidious br'oi would wish it; and up in the room wh »c the presents were displayed, alone and unhappy-look ing. he came upon 8 youtf- He was wan dering about looting at m ver and cut giass without seeing them, and the best man hariily knew h...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GROUNDING OF THE INGER. MARINE BOARD ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

GROUNDING OF THE INGER. ma ft toe boabd Enquiry. Ail enquiry into the recent grounding of the Norwegian vessel Inger on Trou bridge Shoal was conducted by the Marine Board on Wednesday. Warden Vasey presided. Captain Mathiesen stated that his vessel, which left the Semaphore anchorage on March 10, at 5 p.m., was steered south-west by south half-south. A moderate .south wind pre vailed at the time, and the vessel was close hauled. When 'the Wonga Shoal light shone north-east about 12 miles off the vessel, he steered south 29 degrees ! west. At 9.30 p.m. a bright light was : seen on the p?rt bow, and another, three ; points on the starboard. The latter was ; not devolving. He discovered that it was ■ Troubridge .light. Two hours later he | took soundings and recorded six fathoms. A few minutes after the vessel ran aground, about one mile east-south-east : of the Troubridge light. After trying to back her o££ with sails, he made the ves sel fast. On the iYiday and Saturday about 150 to...

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

Public Notices. "jj" OV N •: OF THEBABTON. - i KOT1CE. j -■ W*rd copes of the Assessment for 1910 can lie -- impeded at the following places:— BtBANGWAYS WASD.—J. W. Slater's Store, - ^BeuB Good. JfUSU^vE-WABD.—T.; Blacterby'e* Store, ' "*■ <Ccoigc ■street. ■ JEiiVOIS - WABD.—The Fast Office, Henley * Sescb ittkd< * - TORRENS WABD.—W- S- Tord's fihpp, Hen Jfiy Beach *o»dL • ' ■" • . J. J- WHITE, Town Clerk. ^gUJEI . EffGINEEES* • TDBMEST. Tnmty, Bnnngt and • ficrtw Catting : New .^Kcls-'insde for, and fiH descriptions ol -> -\EMjineand IfBphiTift Eepma. . . <Jottter ot Start tia. Russell streets. ■ ~ ^ T ;•77-83 - tABOBEfi's? .above tfoion u u3 «r Tort v*re notified-thAt.OigajUgar J. -S #3>»fe .-"will i* «t ;the Foreitera' Hiu, -ajjDe 6ti - " ^TsBIDAX. March 18/liw B tdI eijE~ ;:%ran±p j.Kborkbs psipn wabAs. toion ■■ mi others; thxt .the Trouble afcllmmt Jjyull Worte sb ,JfOX SETTLED so far*« tiiifl SDmOO. & gMWMi '. ' '»{";■ ' ' J. SMm...

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

WORKERS STUDY YOUR OWN INTERESTS ■ SUBSCRIBE TO THE BMLY HERALD, ] AT LAST! =' O/70 THE NEW DAILY HAS /c* ARRIVED!! ARE YOU A SHAREHOLDER? IF NOT, BEGOME ONE AT ONCE.

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

ilLT. KALLMANN & SONS, ▼ ... p Undertakers, Emtalmem, . and Funeral Directors, 344-146, Polteney Street, Adelaide CPhone 7®), Semaphore Boad, Glanville fPbooe SOX •. • Ooubji. Otdm aiad ftbgnan promptly attended "TTwmx i uri Chalafemon Hire. ■' iAtL WOEK DONE BY UNION I/WE 75v«c Drapery and Clothing. / . James Marshall & Co. AEE 3tA$3NG THEIR JTCBST AUTtraDT SHOW KOW, -THE WINDOWS ARE DRESSED WITH LOVELY GOODS EOB WINTER. EASTER FAT.T.rKft? RiRr.fBR' THTR YEAR, CUSTOMERS WILL NO DOUBT PURCHASE EARLY. NEWM&TERIA1£ AT THE DRESS , GOGNTEE. -New 'Amazon Cloth, in all the latest ehades and Pure Wool, double width, : 2/11 per yard New Stripe Cloth, dark shade, a special ' line,-donble width, only 1/ per yard Kew Stripe Tweeds, for Coats' pnd Skirts, ' SO in. wide, 4/6 per yard New»Chec& Tweeds, that - will be very fashionable for .Winter Costumes, double ?"wiatb, 2/6 per ya*d" ~ I New All-Wool Satin farrfh, for Directoire or Princess Robes,L in . fashionabl...

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BRITAIN AND THE COLONIES. QUESTION OF CO-OPERATION. SPEECH BY LORD CREWE. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

BRITAIN AND THE ' COLONIES. QUESTION OF' CO-OPERATION. SPEECH BY LORD CEEWE. LONDON, Mitch 17; •' Speaking at the banquet given l&st night, to Sir George Reid, the Gommon tteaith jSighjGoiiainissioner, by the iioyal Goloniai Instiiut^ the Esrlof Crewe (£eo retary. for the' Gblonifes} who ^Jresidedj ■suggested fL division of %he Colonial See ietaryBhip ty which the- Grown .colonies' and jjtotectaravs conld be handed over tosinotUer cecn'.ary, ' Hfe /iordBiu)p ,ad£leq that any axrange jaeht for "fonal^l or dpferatlonbrtWei-v "li'e Home Governm -ni auid ' "Ore, Belf-^t>v.*rf> iflg,JiomipionE for fcelfflperial -Coaaiiil wptddrfce^iiMculfr of achievement, bnt much timid be done by jst|dig the 1>o-. minions *o tafce part inlmpenal di^lo ButUc prohlemsvhich concerned -their iim j^il^oys ^th ihe JPowtrs.^. ^Wheii] : * question. i^Lrofee afiectingtbe" OTeraea Dominion-v liord Crewe believed ihitthfi mothi^ CanBt^. w<iuid pot the ^Bpafceet faith' in the itWe^nenjbc...

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MR. ROOSEVELT. SPORTS THE SHAMROCK. HONORS ST. PATRICK'S DAY. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

ME. ROOSEVELT. SPORTS THE SHAM-BOCK. .HONORS ST. PATBICK'S DAT. JXWtVoV. March 17. r Mr. Theo^ofe Eoosevilt, ex-president of tj.S.A-, speakingSt Khartoum, said that he doubted whether ' in any region on earth; it would. be possible to see a, more Striking instance of gennine. progress in tbe .substitution - of civilisation; for sav agely, than bad been recorded in that a'ty Mr. Roosevelt's hat was to-day adorned witty shamrocks in' honor of St. P&tiiek'a Pay. "I always wear them on St. Pat lick's Day," be( said.

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KYNETON RACES. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

KYTTBTON RACES. MELBOURNE, March 32. | A. meeting was beld at Kynetan -to-dey. "ine fixture was favored with fine weatber, aod these was a good, attendance. Results:— MAIDEN TRIALS. Eeirwind, 8 sL 3 lb.—including 7 lb. penalty (Lunbeit) » 1 Beesting, 7 rt. 10 lb. (Hall) .. 2 Footetcp, 9 at. (Redfeam) .. .. - 2 Seven started. Won by two and a baif tengtbe. Betting—5 to 2 against Fairwind. LANGLEY PLATE. St. Switbin (Andrews) M •. M d Ryegrass (Bolton) .. .. .. .. .1 2 | Kennedy (Barker) .. „ 8 No other starters. Won by one and a half lengths. Betting—10 to l.qgainst St. Swiihim JUMPEES' FLAT BACE. Fire Eater, 8 St. 10 lb. (Burn) .. .. 3. Bonnie Tweed, 8 st. 9 lb. (Bolton} 2 Egba, 8 st. 2 lb. (Stuart) 2' foox started. Won by half a lengtti. Betting—7 to 2 on Fire Eater. " KYKETON CUP. r BalLeoger, 7 st 3 lb. (Bolton) 2 Bluff, 7 st. 10 lb. (Donovan) 1 Prize .Fighter, 7 st 2 lb. (Cuedin) 2 | Seven started. Won by a neck, with a bead, between second and third. Betting—4 to 1 against BaUe...

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PEARY'S EXPEDITION. DRIFTING BOTTLE. PICKED UP IN IRELAND. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

PEARY'S EXPEDITION. DRIFTING BOTTLE. PICKED UP IN IRELAND. LONDON, MarcH 17. A bottle, which was thrown overboard from Rear-Admiral Peary's steamer Roose velt, when thai vessel was off the coast of Greenland, on September £2, 1909, has been picked up at KLngsale, on the coast of Ireland. There was an enclosure in the bottle which stated that ^the bottle was cast adrift in order to ascertain the rate of the current from the Labrador coast.

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

MAX SWIFT & Co.'s Furniture Stocktaking SALE. 6-P5eee Drawing Room Suite, Solid Black wood Frames, nicely upholstered in Tapes try and Plush, Sale Price, £4 10s Cash or Terms. Pay a visit to this Store at your first opportunity, exa mine Our Special Sale Offers, and form your own judgment - in the matter. MOBBIS iAHSr-GHMB, asi|Hnst«ted» wilt^<ketonae<kisljions, flalc Htee, 33ft! 6d. COLONIAL-SOFA* WITH LEATHER CUSHIONS, Sale Pfioe. 42s. OPEN PRTDAY JfIG HIS -TILL 9 O'CLOCK. * MAX SWIFT & Co. the bed Building, 67, htndley street, adelaide. S. MOORE, CARRIER, UNLEY ROAD (Penny Section). Furniture carefully Removed. On Hire—Drags, Wapgoucltes, Buggies of all - kinds, with or without Uorses. Travellers supplied. 'Phone 432. J. HILL & CO. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS* ELECTRIC ELEVATORS. ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Estimates and all information on~ application* Only Address— MeHENRY STREET. ADELAIDE. GRAY & SHAW. GEES HAM STREET (lale ...

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FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MAILS DELAYED. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MAILS DELAYED., SYDNEY, March Owing to the "heavy rains anjl wash aways m the north-west- the mails liava been seriously delayed

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DELEGATE TAKEN TO PRISON. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

DELEGATE TAKEN TO PRISON. SYDNEY, March 17. Thomas Frith, the last of the 13 dele gates 'who were fined £100 In connection with the coal strike, has been taken to prison Frith is 60 years of age, and is in bad health.

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RAWSON STAKES WON BY BOBRIKOFF. VAVASOR WINS THE CUP. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

RAWSOJT STAKES WON BY BOBRIKOFF. VAVASOR WINS THE CUP. SYDNEY. March 17. . The postponed, meeting of the BosehiH! Club was held to-day in fine weather. There was an excellent attendance. He suits :— CLYDE STAKES. Seven iurioags. Storey, 7.10 .. .. w isnowfoot. 6. .. • — „ . B«»t«. Vive. 8.4 „ ^ » Betting-—S to 2 against Storey. Won easily by four lengths. Time, lm, 27s. KDRSEEY HAifDlfcAP. Give and a half fnrloDgs. ' 6.10",., ;. .._ Aa'tbtfeian, 7.0 .. „„ .. —C Pick Richards, 7.6 ^ ....Siting—2 to 1 against Lady Peggy. Won -by a length. Time, 1m. 8e. GEAHVUiLE STAKES. Six furlongs. Miss Corefti, 7.3 .. M «... M M •» w w. Vavch Chain, 7.12 Barrell, 7.2 Betting—5 to 2 against CoreUi, "Won i*y a beau. Tune. nn. i^jb. RAWSON STAGES. w.La. Nine furlongs. Bobt&off, fi.*3 .. _ .. ~ 1 Heax, 8-11 _ "Britain. 8.0 - ~ „ 3 Uiner starters—Blue Book and Eucbantenr. Betting—2 to 1 on Bobnkoff, 4 to X against Bine Book. 6 to 1 Hoax. Woe by a length. Time, lm. 53s. fiOSEHILL CUP, Ten furlong...

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AFTER THE STRIKE. EXTRA POLICE RETURN. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

AFTER THE STRIKE. EXTRA POLICE RETURN. SYDNEY. March 17. Seventy-five of the police who were sta-1 tioned at Newcastle on special duty dor- j Lag the coal trouble will return to-day j to their respective districts.

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THE FRANCHISE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE FRANCHISE. To the Editor. Sfr-^I should like to remind Mr. Addi soil tha t there was not any I Perm^ncn6 compromise en-1 tereu into between the two Houses re-1 gaxtling the franchise question. The fran chise is wanted for llie workers, and even- i tuaiiv it must come, and the will of the people shall _ not be set at nousht hv (hoi Legislative • uouncil.— -I am. &c.. m W. H. WILLSHIEE Woodville,- March 16

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