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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
Cash or Terms Packing Free. Safe Deliyery Guaranteed. Open Fridays until 9 p.m. Duchess Chest, 4 roomy drawers, fitted with locks and keys, bev elled mirror, in light or dark - wood; price £2 12/6. Venetian Bedstead, full size, nicely moun ted, in nickel, heavy pillars; price £3 15/. Dining Room Suite, of 7. pieces, consisting of 6 dining chairs and 1 arm cBair, . strong and well made; price £2 18/6. 'q The Homemakers, Hindley and Leigh Streets, Adelaide.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr. Earle Slade, whilst engaged at a moulding' machine at his father's workshop, Lipson street, Port Adelaide, accidentally allowed his left hand to come in contact with the blades. Four of his fingers were so badly injured: as to necessitate his rempval to the Port Hospital, where they were ampu tated.
THE BRITISH LABOR PARTY AND ROBERT BLATCHFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
THE BRITISH LABOR PARTY AND ROBERT BLATCHFORD. The British Labor Party, in their just-publi?hed annual report, have | houfjht well to dissociate their move ment from Robert Blalchford's views on Germany and Eng^jd. In strong language, the report denounces the attitude of the editor of the "Clarion." "We are specially proud of the influence of our party on international politics. Scare mongering has almost become a trade, and we have suffered particularly from it this year. We regret that Mr. Blatchford, whose previous work has identified him more or less with our selves in the eyes of the public, has lent his name to that most absurd and wicked outburst against Germany which accompanied the recent elec tions. We arc glad to say that the Labor movement in none of its sec tions was in the least troubled by hysteria, and that in many, instances it repudiated the 'scare.'"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
a 99 Stopped My fiair Falling in 3 Days! "My hair came out inhandfuls. I was frightened even to wash it. Koko is certainly marvellous for stopping the hair coming out and eradicating dandruff. Before I had used one bottle my hair started to grow again, and is now twice as thick ' as ever it was, and looks simply lovely—quite wavy and fluffy. Koko is . the nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshings exquisitely clean, and (feHghtftdly cool. r. (Name given ©n application). We publish this letter to prove to you that Koko is the clean est, coolest, most delightful preparation for the hair possible to • produce. We can say nothing to equal the wonderful claims made for Koko by customers (original letters will be gladly shown on request). Some tell us their friends "Rave about it;" others say it made their hair grow again in a few weeks; that it cured Scalp troubles of long standing.' ;jSeveral have said Koko cured them of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically of the way is cl...
SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL. HOLIDAY ON POLLING DAY. ADELAIDE BRICKLAYERS' REQUEST. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL. HOLIDAY ON POLLING DAY. ADELAIDE BRICKLAYERS' EEQUESI. *. SYDNEY, March 17. •tii a meeting of the Sydney Labor Coun cil to-night, a motion was carried ex pressing gratiiieation at the selection of All- J. LJ. Cochran (.Secretary 01" the Coun cil) as the Labor candidate for Darling Harbor. On the motion of Mr- Connell, it was decided unanimously:—"That in the opi nion of liiio council political combined with industrial action is of vital neces sity for the emancipation of the workers, and we pledge ourselves to do all in our power to secure Labor Governments in both the Commonwealth and State Par liaments. We pledge ourselves to ven tilate the claims of tne Jjabor candidates in tne various unions and other places, ■and to work for their return." Mr. Hampden, ot the United Laborers' Union, moved that ail the anions be asked to get an expression of opinion as to the aavisaoility of ceasing work on April 13, polling day, to enable the wor-' kers to vote. Mr. Quinn ...
POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
JOINTS FOE ELECTGBS. ■ State Elections, Saturday, April a. 'Federal Elections. Wednesday, April 13. The Labor Party is the National Party: Do not. imagine _ that members can .'oe dected ,by talking.." Go and vote. Xt is your vote that does die business. : Before voting for Federal candidates "'. read the Labor manifesto published in "The Daily Herald" of Wednesday and Thursday. "The -coming . Election is to decide •.whether we' are to go ahead or to " drift backwards. Workers, what do yon %ay? : • "The Labor' Party are the best |:l£aends the farmer ever had,"' said a '■■■■. retired add "thoroughly experienced ■ , farmer the other day. .:.v Congramlatipns to Messrs. Poynton ;':- and Archibald. Now put the other > Labor candidates! - including: Messrs. »f.'£uthrie, McGregor, and Story in as ■' Senators and our .victory will be com ■ plete. •'v , ' - The go^^vs-orE'done by thfe Labor Party in jthe Mfiederal Parliament taot .only jusSjies our. cdnfidence, but *de ; niaiids pur _ supp...
THE CZAR'S VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
THE CZAB'S VICTlStS The slaughter of the best elements of the Russian population goes on without interruption. The following statistics, necessarily incomplete, give some idea of the extent of the butcheries committed by the Czar's Government daring three and a half years:— During the closing months-of 1905:— Sentenced to. death, 96; executed, 32; shot without trial, 376. Total put to death, 408. In 1906:—Sentenced to death, 773; exe cuted, 280; shot by order of court martial, 518; shot without any trial, 864. Total.put to death, 166S. In 1907:—Sentenced to death, 1432; exe cuted, 508: shot by court-martial, 158; shot without trial, 69- Total put to death, 725. In 1908:—Sentenced to death, 1835; exe cuted, 802; shot without trial, 32. Total put to dearth, 834. / ! During January and February, 1909:— Sentenced to death, 233; executed, 183. Total for three, and a,half years:—Sen tenced to death, 4369; 'pu t to death, 3812. Of course, this does not include any of the vast number who'-h...
ALLEGED FORGERY. REMANDED JOR A WEEK BA[?] OF £200. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
ALLEGED FOMERI. . BEMANBED JOB A WEEK BAxvu OF £200. ' . At the Adelaide Police Court on Thurs day morning William Anderson appeared before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M., and justice^, changed with having, on February 18, at Adelaide, feloniously forgedtfre name of Kennon & Son. to a cheque on the Bank of New South Wales for the sum of £10. The information was laid by Sub-Inspec tor Priest. Subjnspector Edwards asked for a remand, as the accused had just ar rived from Sydney,- iuid there had been no time to collect,the evidence. Ah ad journment until March 23was glranted. ' Anderson was. then charged with hay ing, on the same date, forged the mmp of James Tingey to a cheque for £10 on the Bank of New South Wales. -SulvlQspector Edwards asked that this case also be remanded until March 23b and the application was granted. The accused applied for bail. \ ' Sub-Inspector Edwards objected on die' grounds that the accused had now thir teen charges against his ""no anil he did not think suc...
SIR EDWIN SMITH KIOSK. THE INAUGURAL CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
SIR EDWIN SMITH KIOSK. THE ETAUGUEAX, CEBEMONT. The Sir Edwin Smith Kiosk at Elder Park, which was officially opened yesterj day afternoon, is built "on the lines ot the kiosk in the Botanic Gardens, but the tea room has been made as trifle smaller to allow of the verandah being extended. i - -For the opening ceremony the kiosk had been prettily decorated with peach/ blossoms, palms, and-flags. ... There was^ a large attendance of invited guests, j - whilst the general public alw took tlje, [opportunity to inspect the new building:' in large numbers. ~ Representatives of the varidus official bodies in the cily; tin suburban municipalities^ and".others were „. present, and - speephes were 'made bj Messrs. L. Cohen (Mayor of Adelaide), [ Alderman Bonythpn,' Councillor W. B. Wilkinson. (Chairman of the Parks and; ■ Gardens Committee), and Mr. ' FranlS Johnson (ex-Mayor of Adelaide). ■ Afternoon tea was served inside and t' . outside the building, and an inspection. - of the kiosk and l...
KENSINGTON GARDENS, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910
KENSINGTON GARDENS, LIMITED. The Srst general meeting of the Ken sington Gardens was held at the office of Mr. W'. B. Wilkinson, lirookman's Build ing, on Wednesday. Id the absence of the chairman (Sir. H. J. Holden), the cTiair was taken by Mr. A. C. Sanders, who informed the shareholders' that the whole of the 7000 shares of £2 10/ each had been aoplied for and allotted on Septem ber o, H03, and the application and allot merit "&lt;jes amounting io £7000 had been duly received. A meeting of share holders was held on September 7, at whicii the memorandum and articles of association were passed and the directors elected. The company was registered and incorporated on September 16, ani the purchase of the estate from the Bank of I>ew South Wales was completed on September 21. An area of 40 acres, to be dedicated as a public park, was handed over to the Municipal Tramways Trust on Cctober 16, and the balance of the land, after subdivision into building sites, was offered at...