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NEWCASTLE COAL STRIKE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
NEWCASTLE COAL STRIKE. To the Editor. Sir—In "The Daily Herald" of the 15th inst, I noticed a paragraph taken from the Melbourne "Age" as follows:—"We ! all welcome the end of the strike. Both parties have suffered enormously, hut we have no sympathy for either party." The "Age" states that the men are to blame for defying legislation and treating the innocent public as their enemy. As one ! of the suffering public X beg to differ. I have carefully followed the strike from the commencement, to the finish, and I cannot see that the men could have done anything else than lay down their tools and leave their work. As the papers have stated all through that they have had grievances and borne them patieBtly for lie last two years, but when seeking redress, both from the owners and the managers, they have been ignored. If such legislation that has been meted out by the New South Wales Government to the miners and their leaders persists, I hope they will continually defy it. What could hav...
THE SPIRIT OF LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
THE S PIE IT OF LABOR. . The jEtev- T. Bhondda Williams,, a load Lag exponent of the New Theology and an .ardent advocate of soeiai -service, re cently gave utterance to the following trenchant remarks:—"The deepest thing in the modern Labor movement is its moral passion, and, though it works at present chiefly for the benefit of a certain class, it is • only because that class is down; the real,spirit of the movement is human, not artisan, and its ultimate ob jective is humanity, sot the working classes. The Socialist, who believes that the economic and political factors are by themselves ■sufficient to bring in the new order,/ does not represent either the best or the bulk of the Socialist army of to day. . .More and more it is coming to be felt that though-!«aor must organise for its own emancipation, the more intelli gent and moral and spiritual the move ment can -be made, the stronger it will be. _ To try to get the working classes to think of themselves as mere economic and po...
ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
OX CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. (By Beatrice T. Hastings.) In all the realm of creatures is no thing; whose death hour is foretold to it. Nature is forbidden to wreak upon the living: this unbearable vindictive ness. Even to the dying, hope is left, i While there is life there is hope, do we not say ? And while there is any life, we still strive, for we have the courage of hope, which inspires us to recover health of body and mind. Death it self. though certain of its prey, must refrain from tormenting us ivith the pronouncement of its appointed hour, i The church has always taught that humanity is partly under the dominion of devils. From devils, spirits of invisible evil, we are said to receivc those sug gestions which drive us to cruel deal ings. To the fate of devils the human mind has supposed this sentence to ap ply—"All hope abandon !" Surely, by the devilish part of the human, mind, those words were set side by side. They are nowhere else written in Na ture. Surely, out of invincible...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
TJie Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should .Vote for Story,GuttirM McGregor the labor candidates Authorised by R. Blundell, Trades Hall. Wendfs 'Railway' lever Watch FOR ALL RAILWAY MEN. A. Very Strong, Heavy, Nickel, Open-face Keyless Watch. . We guarantee it to be an absolutely Reliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. Just the W a toll that every Railway Man ought to have. PRICES— With Rotherzm Movement .. £5 With English Movement .. .. .. £3 10/ With Waltham Movement .. .. £2 IS] Very few iii stock. Order at once before we are sold out, so as to prevent disappointment Obtainable only from' 76 Ruqdle Wendt's,24-26- a"d 28 Street, ADELAIDE. Arcade.
LAW COURTS. SUPREME—IN BANCO. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
LAW COURTS. SUPREME—IN BANCO. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 17. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and their Honors Mr. Justice Gordon aijd Mr. Justicc Hombuig.) Taxed Costs. The beariug of Uie anneal was continued in tbc matter of Charles a'i\ Bloxam, against whom an order was made by Mr. Justice llomburg giving leave for tbe beneficiaries iu the Evcrard estate to have their solicitors?' costs taxed Mr. K. E. Cleland appeared for the annellant" (Mr* Bloxsm), and Mr. Pans Nesbit, K.U, with Mr C- M» Siuiruead for the respondents. Mr Negbit cited a number of cases in support of his argument, and Mr. Cleland iv-nlicd The hearing was adjourned until Moudav "It is easier to be good than great." re-' marked the moraliser. "Yes," rejoined tli'j demor^liser. "one has less opposi tion."—Chicago Jjailj' News." Upon moving into a new neighborhood, the small boy ol the family was cautioned not to light, with his new acquaintances. One day Willie camc home with a black eye. "Why, Willie," said his ...
FEDERATED SAWMILL, TIMBER YARD, AND GENERAL WOODWORKERS EMPLOYES' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA (ADELAIDE BRANCH). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
FEDERATED SAWMILL, TIMBER YARD, AND I GENERAL WOODWtfREJSSiS'' EMPLOYES' i ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA (ADELAIDE 1 BRANCH): * A summoned meeting of the above was held at the Trades iiali on Moodav evening, March 14, at 6 £jn., to consider the report of the dele gates who. had met the Timber Merchants1 As sociation in conference ait 4 o'clock the same day re the question of wages and hours of drivers tsoMiectea with the trade. The in formed the meeting- ttiat they were received by the' masters with the greatest courtesy. The delegates fully explained the position. of the asked for an increase wages above what they -were at present receiving—-viz., 37/• per week of 48 hours. They *voula "not men tion any sum. but vnwSA leave it to the gener osity of the masters tn sav what they*-would give. - The reason for asking "lor an Increase was on account of the different class of -work performed by timber drivers to that by ordinarv road drivers. They had to loaii their dravs very oiten from ca...
BOOT TRADE FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
BOOT TRADE FEDERATION. ttenal jEortoighfly meeting of the Boot Trade ■Ttide^atldtt, held at Trades Hall on Wednesday evening. ^ Mr.> C. Gatley\ (Vice-President) in dwir. There was' a" fair attendance. Cqit^s. Arfmdence received from secretary of federation giving information re Hi^h Court e5se; ^also ffga probable Federal m&etmg ip^tase place in Adelaide would be postponed pending judgment -of court, «^ieh v^s fiot ex-, peeled unt3 after Easter. Secretary ,nj tfraeetistend 'branch wrote that employers in his State; were placing new machinery in their lactoses so as to -be able to tate advantage of differentia} rates: Bnd&r the ai&ard when it comes into, operation . Secretary of masons and brickiavere wrote -that iher were * out for higher wages, and asking for 'financial assist ance. Messrs. W. P. Jackson and J. D. Wiil shire were dec ted delegates to Federal confer ence. -Secretary reported that one of the shop mates was in distress. - Decided to send sub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
NEW SEASON'S JTtodels : : No efforts have been spared by our buyers to secure the Latest and Best Millinery Goods ia the World's Principal Markets. This you will be con vinced of if you will but favor us with a visit. You will be as tounded at Our Fa mous Low Prices- Our Ready-to-Wear Milli nery is Our Special Feature. • Buy your BLANKETS NOW ! The reason Our Blan kets are cheap, is on account of them being last seasons—nothing is wrong with them— out they must be cleared before our new ones arrive. Huge White Blan kets, 73 x 84, heavy, 13/6 pair. Best Quality English Blankets, 70 x .92, for 15/6 pair. 62 x 85, Heavy White Blankets, 12/6 pair. 60*x'82, English Blan kets; 10/6 pair. And Our Famous "Colonial"' All-Wool Blankets, 72 x 87, for -■21/pairl New Season's Dress Goods at our Famous Low Prices, We may have shown Beautiful Dress Materials other seasons, but this season we eclipse all other shows. We invite you to inspect. TWEEDS.—The lastest in Tweeds, both striped and fancy, b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
Amusements. ' NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GROTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors. T\!p=--rs. LENNON, HYMAN. & I K.XXON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. To-night (Friday) an Exhibition of JU JITSU will be given by PROFESSOR STEVENSON During the performance a Silver Belt (the grift of B. Savers, Esq.) will be presented to 'the Professor, nhich he won in a JU JITSU CKampion Contest at Broken Hill on January-14. iqio. Regular Empire Prices—2/, I/, and 6d. Boxplan at Dubst & Biven's. Book ing Fee, 6d. extra. Business Notices. ~I Don't Walk or Car it, RIDE A BIKE. Of course, the best Bicycle to buy is the "LEWlS." They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced Machine come; and see some of the Secondhand ones we are offering. We guarantee them really good value. PLEASE QUOTE NUMBER IF ORDERING BY POST. Jfo. 454 is -a "JAKES," 2^in....
EGGS AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
I EGGS AMD POULTRY. Less than 60 years ago the total value of tlie eggs imported into Eng land amounted to .£250,000. For the year 1909 the vahie was .£7,235,302, and every previous year shows an in crease on the onfe preceding it. However, an increase for 1909 was not _ due to an in creased quantity in imports, but to a rise in values, which totalled £52,190 in advance of tile iqoS figures. Poul try was less in value by £13,980 as compared with 1908, so that the net increase was £38,210, as against £78,414 in> 1908- According to the Trade and Navigation returns for 1909, the number of eggs imported into the United Kingdom was 2,125,252,920, which was a decrease on the figures of 1908 (59,955,580), and in the year 1907 of i02,Sgs,300. The year 1003 saw the high water mark as regards num bers imported. Compared with that year there is a falling off of 256,661,820 eggs, or more than 16,000 tons. The imports from Russia, France, and some other countries show a marked increase, while...
AUSTRALIAN POSTAL TRANSMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
AUSTRALIAN POSTAL TRANSMISSION. In a country of long' distances like Australia, the transjnission of letters must in some case's be necessarily slow, especially where the mails are carried by sea. or by coach. But, tal-pn all round, the mail service is surpris ingly quirk. A letter posted in Ade laide on Monday reaches Melbourne the following morning, and Sydney the morning after, a distance of about 1000 miles. A letter posted in Adelaide on Tuesday will get to Hobart on Thursday night. It takes only three days to communicate with Queensland, while the slowest service is that to Western Australia, which occupies about a week from Sydney. When the Western Australian railway is an ac complished fact people in Perth should get their correspondence from Sydney inside four days.
THE CATHCART STRIKE. A CAPITALIST VIEW. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
THE CATHCART STRIKE. A CAPITALIST VIEW. MTTTiBOTTRNE. March 17. I At a meeting of the Council of the Ichambei; of Mines to-day, the president, referring to the Catbcart (Victoria) Mine strike, said that the dimrtorg were justi fied in not dismissing the searchers as they are men of good character. The miners wanted to exercise a right of veto in such appointments, which was too ab surd. Members of the council expressed their sympathy with the C&thcart Company in the trouble. The opinion was ex pressed that the enginedrivers* forthcom ing action before the Commonwealth Ar bitration Court for higher wages, was. un justified, as the members of that associa tion employed on the mines were receiv ing fair wages. The President of the Chamber of Council expresses the capitalist point of view, which is always antagonistic to that of the workers. In regard to the forth coming Arbitration Court actios such an expression of opinion is uncalled for and improper. The members of the augus...
EMIGRANT SHIP FOUNDERS. FORTY LIVES LOST. TWENTY-THREE SAVED. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
EMIGRANT SHIP - FOUNDERS. ifOETY IJVES LOST. IWENTY-TfiBBE SAVED. LONDON, March 17. The Portugese barque, which was re- j ported yesterday to have foundered off the south eoafet of Portugal,1 is an emi grant ship named the Amigo. Her iden tify has been gleaned irom the survivors, who, having taken to the life-boats, were picked up by a passing steamer and brought to Lisbon. The survivors, who number 24 state that the Amigo went down while en route lor the Azores. It is estimated that : at least 40 lives have been lost.
New Grocery Prices For New Daily Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
'tye scnrcd"&lt;&ver ourxxmnters from V-March 57th to Satur^ayiiigrht, „___. 5 ■ CUSTOMERS. |^Him3re3s of'^iraers were sent to -us : Snburbs' and Country,' jn~ addi ' jrtrese. :?*BE %0 U'O ME 'O fTH ESE? ,• IF >1IDT^«EAD OUR JPRICE8. WE 'DELIVER fil EVERY SUBURB. '^^S&GiK, XA, jyd. see Uk . id. zz'zlk yftjyWA .. „ .. 6d JbinaUde M «. M 6d. 5~ • -4Sxtnbxt£cni M ,w M _ j M M w f flOAP—*■' Butferd*« Sc. !*"ii — — — .. — Sid. /vHnt';. _ 3 — Sid. Sod® -. .. L ~.-TL — 6*d - .. .. .. — '.j — 9£d. , IBui Lad, Zebt& — —. — — — 74d- doz. Cocoa, Fry% tins _-w —. 1/3 lb. Apncote, dry .. .. _ _ —. 6£d-lb. Asptes, dry ... %. ... _ «. Bid. lb. iffrwify, 2ut; ^ . .. 7u. tin \ '3eQies, -imported .. u .. — .. —. 104a. doz., imported ^ M ^ fl^d. *doz. • JQX£— " . 3?esUe* or- yfllmwrt _ _ _ _ .1 « • Hoiier"piite".r.r' 84d. li.B-'&ix. bottles Ancbovy Paste _ .. Sjd. ^".anSWMffiSJE, TWltteBose 3/74 ' Assarted Tinned Mestii, 1 lb- ._ ... i. 6J&lt;L .^aoHe...
MANAGER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
MANAGER'S REPORT. Sons oE Gvalii South.—Half-monthly progress] report, to February 28:—No. 3 Level—No. 1 -winze sank 26 fL'i total 15& ft- 6 in.; vahies, 3/ for dis tance, euitk.. No. 4 north' driveadvanoed 14 ft-; total!® U.values 6/ for distance driven. No. 5 south iMve, off east .crosscut, advanced 4 ft. 6 in.; total 22 ft.;values ZJ. No. 2 rise risen 23 ft.total 107 ft. i no values. West crosscut from ton of No. 2 ripe started and advanced 11 ft.; values 3/. No- .5 north drive started and advanced 16 ft-; values 7/. No. 5 south drive started and advanced 16 ft.; values U/. No. 1 LereJ—No. 2 rise risen 23 ft 6 in.; total €7 ft 6 in., and holed to west crosscut at 137-ft. level; values. 21/ for distance -risen: . "West crosscut oS No. 2 rise, at 137-ft: level, started and ad vanced 17 ft.; in country. Main ..Shaft, No. 4 Level—Crosscut for bin has been nut in 13 ft.' 6 in., and rise lor Ian has been risen~24 ft. in schist country. . Wall was 'started on 11th instant, and t...