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"LA TOSCA." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
"1A TOSGA." Another opera by Puccini, which well oe performed, is "La Tosca," which I also saw at San Carlo.. Sardoa's tragedy been given several times in Adelaide, but as an opera it has never been heard.' The bright composer bafi put some of hie best work into "La Tosca," and there is a treatin state .for Australian swKenceajn Ite.jttodaetaon Of this admirably written opera. A brief sketch of the plot might vaot be out of place. Seazpifi, the chief at police, is enamored of Fioria Tosea, finds -that she loves Mario, & painter. Mario is [accused of having aided a rebel to escape, and is'tprtoied by Sc&rpia's orders in the heaxihg of lose*. To seenre her lower's retease-sheagrees to the villainous pro poealfiof Scarpiathat he should become her protector. After listening to his farther protestations she stabs him and herescape. Finally, Mario is led out. to be shot.. Having arranged with Scarpa' i&st guns should contain blank cartridges, Tosca has no fear as t...
"MANON LESCAUT." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
"KASOKtSSOMTT." i Deiiewetbat £«tociia'e "Manon Les eaut" will jdeo be produced. lake many another.genius, Puccini inhis early days was baza put U> it .to mite a living. His fatbet'died when QiaeoWo was six years ;&lt;rf ag& but that not-interrupt his i Btodite fto 'asay ^pndibte extent. He wrote l*e Villi," "Edgar," and one or two oQ&S' in tate yodth, bat they did •not find favor, albeit the firetnamed. wori iBade Italy Itiok apoq him as one of tbk most promising composers ot the ris ing generation. "Edgar" was a pro nounced failure, and after that the com poser kept silence for some years. When lie challenged the verdict of Milanese con noisseursonce more he made it plain that' his tixce liad iiot been wasted.' !&eeccea-j tnwtifis 'and exaggerations of "Edgar" had given place in ^Masoa. Lecaat" to a' style of singular strength and maturity.1 "JCsmm fcescaut" is, founded upon the1 Abbe J^e*ost's romance, which caused a. sermttinn when it was publi...
BALAKLAVA ACCEPTANCES. Run March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
BALAKLAYA ACCEPTANCES. Ran March 16. - Handicap Hurdles, two miles.—Blandin, 11 lit.? Macutnba. 10.12: hvric. 10.6; Spoonful, 10.3; 3Bee Million, 10."2: St. " Andrew, 9.8: Lecfrarer, 9.7; Young Enfirtd, 9.7: Lockwing, 9.6; B4, 9.2; He eemb&nee. 9. Wfrocata Handicap, one and a aoarter mile*.— TimntJbv, 9 st. 10 lb.: Trento. 8.7: "Zen* JHre. 8L3: Tfipitano. 8.2: Warcu*. 7.13: Kj'pttW IT.. 7.10; OfflftTOore. 7.8: Linp S&lt;v>. 7.7: Shylie Batrn. 7.6; Thf Hfrrmit. 7.4; Triab Gile®. 7.2. J umpire* Flnt Handicap, one and a quarter mi!».—BTop&lt;lin» 11 *f.: St. Andrew. 21.8: Spoon ful. 10.5: Th* Swell. 10.3: Mlra Million, 10,3; CoBibUr. 95: Younf; "Enfield. 9.7; Ijockwing, 9.5; KarliQft, 9.3. Flying Handicap. fttHon**.—Ftotftfal. Sst. 5 lb.: T&lt;or(1 Koran. 9: R^rdnnan. 8.9: Liflrimiap. ton. B.ft: J>*p T*»w. *W: Brooklyn. fL2; RetnlTn, 8: T4^t Fre^wiA 7.1S: Tommy Burn*, 7.11; PoTtota." 7.8: Miss fiwijpr?i. 7.8: flanoaatie. 7?; Thr Ckuprtt. 7.5: Natim...
MARCH WINDS. A PROLONGED STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
MMfcCH WD^S. A PROLONGED STOHJ1. •On £tmday momiug the easterly-light tireeae which had been blowing for seve ral days 'veered suddenly to the south western! one of the strongest, blows-ex perienced for some lime «s the outcome. As the' afternoon passed people hurried home, glad to be abte to get away from the cutting sootherly blasts. 5he wea ther was unusually iragh, but tite fiaH; force of the wirxJ was not felt until the evening. In the park loads the wand, roared through the trees with a sound as I of huge breakers on a rock-tocmd shore. Now and again a sharp ciack denoted' that a tree or a big lirnh had been un able to stead (tie steam. At the Obser va±ory o» Sonday evening one of the offi cials, noticing the fall of the .glass, re | wM, '1 pity any one at sea to-night. Thie is tuuibfe- It may mean wrecks all amend the coast. This is nearly a hur ricane, abd it win be worse." The next morning, altikrtigb no news of -any big shipping disaster had reached Adelaide, there was amp...
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WAYZGOOSE. A RECORD OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WAYZGOGSE. . A EECOED OUTING. •On Saturday the staff of . the Govern-. meat rliming Uiace iieia toetf tmrtipxfi juuuia wayzgooae at tiraiiii*. m spue OL u«. seteru weatuer over dO mam oars mjv. n at 8 a.iu. m four uu£3 aadr a wagonette oi itiesors. j. Hill & Cu. Loach was partaiten ax me Jiagie on the mil liotej, and the destination re&cbed via Piccadilly at tiooui luu a.in. l'he party made intiaseives comloit&blc around raasu ag ures, thoughtfully provided by the host. 1/inner was provided at 12j0 Mr. W. &lt;J. Taylor presiding. Alter honoring the loyal tcaot, the Chairman proposed the health of "Our gueists." He said that since the last outing the office were concerned whether, a .superior would be selected from ■ inside or out side of the office. They were gratified at the selection of Mi. Kogers, who had workd amongst them for eo many years. He wished to express on behalf of the whole department their sense ol loyalty to...
TROUBLE WITH THE TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
TfiOUBr,E 'WITH THE TELEGRAPHS Monday lacmmig * a poBy time with Ote teiograpfa offices, bat as might have bfteti expected there were mrmeiOHE in tezrnptttins. Beside the extensive damage en the Pott Thie, the wires were broken jofiar tfae Lady McDonnell Hotel on the south road by * troe faUnt^- on- them. Therfc sine ®1&> 4 heftafedowji oa the over land tine between Adelaide andAldgaie. .1
DISPUTES OF GREAT DISCOVERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
BTSFOTES OF GREAT MSCOVEBERS. (By. Hmy Thutstoa Peek, ThA famous flrook traveller anff hhto-; •mrij HetodotaBs writing raoce than 40Q&lt; years before rjwf^t, and narrating what; had happeoed in 35gypt nearly 30Q years' earlier, speaks of the Egytptan King, I Jyeeho, or as having been a nia-U -of large views bold conceptions. iu w«&-hes£or jnstanoe, who began -to the. Suez Jftose ^h»T> a. hundc&d aucj J-tweottf thnnmnri Inharrr" peosbed in the-' -coaiae of the wotk4 but this frightful ex-, penditoEe of life did -not deter King, ^echo. He feould have pushed his enter-' pTa-otf. 4o a euccess£ul compietifln had he, not been superstitious, lor he was wamecu by a&. oeaefce that the cajwO, if fioshed^ weu&jbe ol advantage-only to fooeigners. ma* Herodotus lias a much n±ort inte resting stony than this to tell of Jfeeho. It is summed, up in the following wtods* : taken from tfee fourth 4»ok oC his his-i itistory:—* When he bad ceased digging the c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
' Government Notices. ^JOVERKMEKT LABOR B13BEA.U. J KnuilT of Persons unemployed who have te-j iil&lt;i II il dtmng the past week at Central BBMan;—t«bor&lt;jre, 67; Youths, 7: Csaipositore,' 7; Sainton, 3; Striker*, 3; Carpenters, 2; Fit-, ' 2; QxAs. 2; IHscelUneous, 11j -Ilbtsct Atners, and Private Etn - flqen c*n obtmin foil information .about these mb by appHizig to this -Office. . : a K. OWEN SMYTH, i, . Superintendent of Bnblic SnilifiDgE. Public Notices. t I^ICEKBED TICTGAIXEBS' ASSOGLMTION. AKKUAL MEETING ; TOKIGHT, At Imperial Hotel, at 8 o'clock. JSntaidinc Hembert cordially invited. : « • ■ S. B. EEOGH, Secretary. A T H t> U « A K 21/ - It- Beet value in the City. 2ft wars' Guarantee. CL ' W. COX, 1 BoojOe street- (ogp. Beehive Corner). GUA.BANZE CfcD * T1ni ig absolutely guaranteed brace .Out ftML itowl t>y «®y pexBDD ©naay.ortil .. —y iuaer ^machinery user "wiio Xeepe a ■. Ttneni ifor* «ill cave money and i 'rjJjjBJLiA ! i - • ' . . •" CteiwHfr g r...
[?] BUTTERFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
_ vl>«l the goodfortaae t»' ££Ml£%aptaaioB8 enjoyment'to aomfc Bg^afe'y'ij/j&lt;i:iiif';i»beilistB ofdte'dajr. .Vital ;6i3ai*fcJ^KBp>^tbe0pera.«aaQii Bail y *ib wa0 &lt;HL a'Sunday evening, ■dSSSifeiSaid ^aisifeeea iisei to .the strict csmt ijfcmtioti of -fcbe Sabbath asfta astlie ",!V#Ttfinwr rjff""fritfiinrrir - t1^"^ cafes, and fcafete^lfewrwiCTned,' itcame as-'aa agrEfe 'TAX jiiii|«"iui fa MiiinUy: 5in^ wd^in ■■ ' ~* * ^ ■ ^ "eBenresceht —„— . ■± -as merri"" -.-.' at ■■"- aa'^a.^canaiy can trill..: Jtwasl > :«zse or tbe -iraki, $ad X-liadto toad . ».|^or ^*rB»to.«»iityiii«e the "vest day aagbt ma open ' "" : mitdtbat ifcwas ia : «3E PoecmTS . Batterfiy," lawaajl ■' ------ -c|Hj^3iietdxagoto^is3l amw^riher iiti IS, ? inwlaclL JBbs Boee Vaegrove 1 >fanTti«nt'soboess in thetitie nde." je'JeuMed mpan Pieire Lotfa .'/■jljjwifeae: - story, ' "Marianne ^-.:«aa ±ba gaoiaa pE Stae irtririm stage manager, -enaHed ijim to use this S;iojr-.thftft>nTw1?il1oTiiO...
A MUSICAL TREAT. THE PUCCINI SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
TREAT. ■ ■O THB?^5CCI2£LTSEASOK (By"Giaoon»3 "tT/MHifriL.wiit ifrilnwfiplwtosoid.'a^s' )Hie office of -XitciJtane to told up the'imr far to Nabas in all tier manifestations, sorely mafia has &a&lt;qaaBy l«ntahto and ''wHiiMiflfftin iiMiiiiin .in wfiro'ng nrnvts: ^snd tbe fcarttc of tie ymte of the civi Sised wotid. Jfc is a-aogidarfaet tbsUse-J ;iicml Gt ffae fioost povsM iateBec£& isthe «w*a it>c «6cn eotSd not eodare thfc 'miii of riMirir, no mnllwr in what form it. Wjwwti i^ wwally or mnfa-nmfwitgrfty. 33>ctaeecas-ai first biueh almost an iaeoa it is troe aOTCrthotess. Scien- I ^Sc ittn p«ti«dsriy get so absorbed in' kbeir stadifi&dad neseai-ches and their ex gterxmienltB in hibnratnaes thai pommage .-■>«£. tine disane *a» wbioh appepis so. &lt;ii jaseot^ to tbe emotional *ecs>biliiies, does ami agpeal to them in tbeir toisiir^. hours TSMMrtmfle cases axe rare. lo tbe^kwer of taosfe it mme TWymvprefaensibts thai, itbere. should ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
A LETTER TO SUPPORTERS OF "THE HERALD." £2 and 54 Hindley St., , ' Adelaide. Ladies and Gentlemen— We congratulate -you upon your enter prise in establishing "The Daily Herald." We trust that yoor efforts will meet with everybody's approval, that the paper will be in every way a success- In fact, we hope it wiHbe equally as popular as "Our Famous Low Prices" are. from which we have gamed our reputation. When wc speak of, "Low Prices" we mean -not merely ."Low Prices," but the Lowest Prices for the "Best Articles," and-ve feel confident that through 1 the agency . of "The Daily Herald" our "Famous Low Prices" will be more popular and wide known than ever. Again wishing you every success and awaiting your orders, which we can as sure you will receive our best attention, We are, Tours faithful!}-, JAMES SMITH & CO.. General Drapers, Bootmen, &c. ? — ' From the Proprietors of "The Famous Low-Prieesd Stores."
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
OOatMBBCIAL. MELBOCHXk MAKK-ET. MELBOURNE. March The following are the latest quota tions:— Wheat. 4/1. Oats (milling). 2/3: oats (feed), 2/2; oais (sloui), while, 2/3; oats (tartariau), 4/1. Barley (malting), 4/1; barley (Cape), 2/8; barley (feed). 2/6. flour, £00/. Bran, ll£d. Pollard, 1/. Itaize, 5/2. Peas, S/. Beans, 9/. Potatoes. 75». Onions.- 70/. Ghafi, 55/. Hsy. 80/. Straw (Victoria', 36/; straw (Tasmania),.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE -EVERY sviauittx, GBOTE MTWfrHWr, VICTORIA SQCAKE. Telephone SSS.: Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LEWiOii, HXJtAJT, & LfOWOS HEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS THE PERMANENT PiAGE Of VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. Oar Artiste are Absotnteiythe Best in the Vaudevifie WoiM MQfiRISSEY «m ALTON, BSIGHTIE SMITH, ROY BS5E, TEO STANE/BT.. Unparalleled Success of oar Imported Artists. CROTTON BROS. Our Special Feature—New Moving Pictures by tbe Great 1GEORA36A. Regnfer Binp&e £i»es—8/, \jy and 6d. Bosptea a£ Dubet ft Biven's; book ing fee, 6d. «x£ia.
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Mr. T. O, Huberts, President of Um» Oomhim?d Unions, has been selected as; thr» rmmicjpal Labor candidate Cor Sturt Ws.nl vacancy. PolfScsi -pisiform® may be written in » ffcr words. Stripped of bU unnecessary rarfsago thai of capitalism would read:— The capitalisation of indnatrj- and pro duetion for profit. Upon the other hand: the platform of Socialism would be:—Thu socio liFHtion of industry and production lor use.—"Western O&rion." i Oaly 12 per oanU of the agricultural! holdings of Groat Britain are owned bvi their holders t " I rtnrfng 1S08 thcro were 839 sailing and I steam veBssls built ill the TTwtfawq King-J dom, of which^431 were far foreigners. I