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Election Campaign RE-ELECTED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Bectian Campaign EE-ELBCTED UNOPPOSED. PETEXSBUBG. March 16.—An interest ing little gathering took place at Boen feldt's Petersburg Hotel during the lunch hour to-day, when Mir. A. Poynton, M-H.it-, was informed by the returning officer (Ml. S. Kealley) for the Diatrics of Grey that he had been re-elected un opposed to a seal in the House of Re presentatives. . Mt. jt". (Jallary, in rising to congratulate Representative Poynton, \ said that the people of South Australia ' lad every reason to feel proud of him. "Xhey had watched his political - career through the State and federal Parliaments, and had always found him a solid representative of the people- He (the speaker) .was only voicing the sen timents of the whole of the electors of tins district when "he wished their repre sentative the best of health and strength to puisne the excellent career on which he nau years ago embarked. He felt 'proud on behalf of this Petersburg branch of the United Labor Party to be able per sonally ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEMORIAL TO SIR THOMAS BENT. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

MEMORIAL TO SIR THOMAS BENT. MELBOURNE. March 17. The Brighton Football Catuto intends' erecting 3. memoriaJ to the late Sir Tliamas, Bent^ Prp.Tnifr of Victoria. '

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTRICT. Labor. Fusion, &c. Klauer, E. L. W. Frinsdorf, E. Styles, A- W. Muecke, H. C. E. I Wilson, J. P. Wilkinson, W. B. MIDLAND. Duncan, J. J. Pascoe, T. (Both elected.) NORTHERN DISTRICT. Atkinson, J. Addison, A. B. Casley, T. H. Howe, J. H. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Grosvenor, A. T. Cowan, J. McMurtrie, J. Newell, HL H. Stirling, Sir J. L.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

f FEDEEAL ELECTIONS.: I Below are given the candidates lor His Federal constituencies in this State:—1; SENATE. LABOR. FUSION, &c. McGregor, G.* Charleston, D". M. Guthrie, R. S.* Gordon, D. J. Story, W. EL* Shannon, J. W. HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. ADELAIDE. Roberts, E. A.* McLacblan, A. J. ASTGAS. , Glynn, P. McM-* (Elected unopposed' BARKER. Dwyer, M. A. Livingston, X* HINDMAESH. Archibald, W. O. {Elected unopposed). BOOTHBY. ! Batchelor, E. L,* NesUi, E» GEE3T. J Poynton, A.* (Elected unopposed). - ^ WAKEFIELD. Yaughan, J. H. Home, C. A- , - Poster, R. W.* ■

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALL IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

FOOTBALL IS COMING. The senior football clubs have held their aimual meetings, and violent club partisans and enthusiasts axe awaiting the opening of the season with impatience. The smalT boy who takes his football with great serious ness loses sleep o' nights owing to rumored defections of various heroes from the club whose colors he defiantly wears during the winter. He hears that Ginger Jones, the dashing rover, has basely deserted to another suburb, and his soul is cast down, and the fact that Sc'otty Smith will play for his beloved team soothes his troubled mind but a little, because his old love cannot be instantaneously transferred to the player whom he was wont to execrate upon the muddied field in past sea sons. There will be several new faces in the senior ranks during the -coming season, and several famifiar forms in new colors. Attention is directed to an advertise ment in the public-notices column giv ing the names of plac.es in the town of Thebarton where copies of the...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. ifiie following is the complete list of candidates for the State elections on April 2. The Labor representatives can be given with certainly, but ..the anti-Labor political aspirants cannot be classified with accuracy. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ADELAIDE. Labor. Fusion, &c. Anstey, A. E. Anderson, J. F.'undell, R- P. . Cleland, G. P. jCeimy, W. J. .Griffin, D. H. c Fonaer W. D. Kowt.'l, J. Lesser, J. ALEXANDRA. G:ealej T. El&cket. W. J. • Feggaton, P. X. McDonald, A. Bitcnie, G. BAROSSA. ... .^Eutle^ Ji. Ji'ichofi, H Ccorcbe, E. H. Rr.aali, S. B. - Kobmeon, J. niiKBtunuB* N« wland. 3. Ilannaford, W. M illei, W O'Loughlin, L. FLINDERS. O'Loghlin, J. V. Bure^yne, T. Treasure, Oliver. Darby, H. W. Jfcseley: J. G. T»- fepenny, J. N. irf.vers J. ■Warren, E. H. MURRAY. Monks, G. Groth, J. H. Homburg, H Jamieson, W. Ffiaum, P. J. T. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Crash, T. G. Brown, J. A. James, F. " Giles, A Bournes, W. J. "PORT ADELAIDE. Ghesson, H. D...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STANDARDS OF FOOD AND DRUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

STANDARDS OF FOOD AND DRUGS. At the meeting of the Metropolitan County Board on Wednesday evening it was resolved to ask the consulting medical officer (Dr. Borthwick), as a member of the Advisory Board, to use his best endeavor towards the fixing of the standards of food and drugs provided for under the Food and Drugs Act at an early date. It was also, de cided that instead of the whole re sults of the work, which would extend over a considerable time, being made known to the officers of the board after its completion, that the advisory com mittee be requested to supply the fixed standards progressively, so that the officers could begin their duties at once. In connection with the local boards which constituted the County Board, Councillor Mellcr moved that the Metropolitan County Board be pro claimed a county board under the Health Act, 1898, so that a comprehen sive code of regulations may be pre pared for the whole. He feared, how ever, that some of the local boards would not ag...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOTOR RECORD. VANCOUVER, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

MOTOR RECORD. VANCOUVER, March 17. Barney Oldfield, a noted motorist, driv ing against time ill a Benz rat Daytona, Floiida, U.S.A., ■ ovjre-1 ilie fast est mile ever tjavelJed. He did the distance in 27 1-3 seconds.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LICENSING BENCH CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

LICENSING BENCH CRITICISED. At a l<>;al option meeting in the W.C.T.U. Hall on Thursday evening Mrs. F. H. Nicholls, who presided, said that apparently they could not depend upon the Licensing Bench to refuse licences. Recently the Bench had declined to refuse three licenses which were opposed by the police and reputable people, because it was so near to a local option polling day, but on the other hand had granted 46 new bar licences to hotels that already pos sessed licences. Temperance advo cates would have to attend to the mat ter themselves. They had not only to vote for reduction but needed to put men into both Houses of Parliament who would preserve for the people the liberty they had won in securing local option.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SNOWSLIDES. CANADIAN LINES COVERED. VANCOUVER, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE 8N0WSLIDES. CANADIAN LINES C0VEJU2B. VA5TCGUVEB. March 17. Considerable trouble is being experi enced near Hevelstoke, British Columbia, on the Canadian Paeiiic railway Ifo*, ow ing to the recent snow&Iides covering up the line. Owing* to the continued slipping, of the snow it is found to be extremely HiffitfnU. to keep the line cle«rv

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE NEW KIOSK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE NEW KIOSK. The new- kiosk at Elder Park should prove a boon to Adelaide residents. It is constructed on most up-to-date lines, and provides every convenience for the general public. During the sum mer months, and more especially at hoEday time, it should be a great resort for those anxious to escape tfrom the heat and crowd of the city. The muni ficence of Sir Edwin Smith, wio con tributed jjiooo towards the erection of the kiosk, was referred to in most laudator?' terms, at the opening cere mony yesterday, and the hope was ex pressed that he would live long to see the city in which he had made his home for so many years still further beautified.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMAN STEAMERS FATE. WRECKAGE WASHED ASHORE. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE FEARED. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

GERMAN STEAMERS FATE. WBEOKAGE WASHED ASHORE. TEBRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE FEAEED. LONDON, March 17. The mystery of the fate of the steamer Pliny. WillieLm II., which las been miss ing since January, and which caused so much anxiety in Amsterdam and New York, has probably been cleared up by the "finding of wreckage at Belle Isle, iiear Newfoundland. It is stated that this confirms tba belief that the steamer teas wrecked and the passengers and crew lost. The Vrnrr WUheim. JXlefi Ai-a&erdam in January for the West Indies and New York, the passengers and cicsr i-omprtjicj 52 persons in. alL

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOM BROWNE. FAMOUS BLACK AND WHITE ARTIST. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

TDM BROWNE. FAMOUS BLACK AND WHITE ABTESI. LONDON. March 17. Mr. Tom Browne, B-jti.A., R.L, the well known black and white artist, is dead. He was only oS years of .age. <Tom Browne was born ai Nottingham in 1872. His education was at a very meagre description, and at the age of II years Jae left school and worked in the Nottingham lace market and other places. When he was 14 he became apprenticed to a lithograph firm, where he remained un til he was ZL At the age of 17 he began blade and white work. He came to Lon don in 1S35, and ^bibiied at the Boyal Academy ^pr the first time in 1897. He■ was ail ardent sportsman, and published several books of black and white work.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

ANSWERS TO GOEEESEON35ENTS. "Justice."—Should not plump if ycrar side is running the full ticket, bat it is better to plump than to cast a vote for a political opponent. "Maylands."—Many thanks for con gratulations. We intend to follow up the matter. "Temperance."—You should vote for eveiy candidate nominated by the iabor Party. The worst tabor member is of mora use to you and the workers gene rally than the best of the anti-Labor men;

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BUILDING STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE BUILDING STRIKE. ( Mr. T. J: JFarley, a member of ths Bricklayers' ahd Stonemasons' Assoeiai tion, called at "The Daily Herald" office on Thursday and said that the work is connection with Messrs. Foy & Gibson's new building was stopped on the pre vious afternoon, in consequence of a statement by Mr. Schubert (manager of the Metropolitan Brick Company) that the company could supply, no mors bricks, because of the shortage of fueL Mr. "Varley said several of the men em ployed on the bunding, in company with the foreman of the job, visited the Black wood property of the Metropolitan Brick Company on Thursday, and they were shown over the works. "We saw," said Mr. Varley, "160,000 bricks in stacks ready for sending away, and four truck loads on the siding. Besides those there was in a big Hoffman kiln 860,000 brides, which were being burned... There was plenty of fuel near the kilns', and" we were informed that more was expected to-day. We think that shows that the shortage...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Watch your children during the Win ter. Check every cold with BICKFORO'S COUCH ELIXIR. Keep it always in-the home. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ENGLAND'S EGG AND POULTRY TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

ENGLAND'S EGG AND POULTRY TEADE. The Poultry Expert reports:—In viewi of the fact that this State will in future j years largely export both eggs and poul-; try to England, a comparison of the last ■ three years' imports of eg^s and jioultry j into England should be of interest. When [ it is remembered that less than 60 years] ago the total value of these products j imported into England only amounted to; a quarter of a million pounds the pre- j sent figures indicate a stupendous in-j crease in requirements and a correspond-j inn lack o£ local production. ! The following taoles are extracted from! the Poultry Expert's report:— I Kegs. poultrv. Total, j £ £ £ I Foreign produce . 7,235,302 920.633 8.156.GG1 * Irish produce. 190o 3.050,010 850.00(f 3,900.000 i British produce .. 6.000.000 2.750.0C0 8,750.0001 Total 16.285,302 4,520.639 20.SC6.00I | "Whatever British poultry breeders | may think the above figures are satisfae-i tory from the South Australian point of I view, and are a g...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FEDERATION OF TRAMWAY EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

FEDERATION OF TRAMWAY EMPLOYES. The proposal to federate the whole of the tramway employes' unions throughout the Commonwealth, with the possibility of securing the co-opera tion of some of the New Zealand bodies, is a move in the right direction. That the Sydney organisation is seized with the importance of bringing all tramway men into closer touch is proved by the fact that they have offer ed to pay fares as well as expenses for board for one delegate from every body in the Commonwealth and the Domi nion of New Zealand, for a conference to be held in Sydhdy shortly. The South Australian body has decided to send two delegates to the conference/

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

GENERALITIES. Eeligious fanatics in Portland, U.S-A-, are building a modem tower oE Babel, and hope to reach - heaven by its agency. Far fetched aa this idea most undoubtedly ia, it is not original, leaving the Biblican tower out of ; lie question. To-day at Chatham, County Kent, England, there stands the remains of a tower of Babel commenced by a crowd of religious fana tics some 50 years ago. The building was a circular brick structure, and, al though the object v.as to reach heaven, no provision was made to strengthen the base so as to support the topmost sec tion. The authorities interfered and pre vented this mad scheme proceeding. The relic stands to-day a monument to the credulity and insanity of the everyday religious fanatic. Sever slight a man because he doesn't strike you favorably right on sight. Cul tivate him, and 10 to 1 you'll find»quali tiss underneath - that will far outweigh the veneer'of mistrust you saw on top. Art, with her expressive face, Steps forth to fashi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"DON'T BREATHE ON THE WAITER." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

"DON'T BREATHE ON THE WAITER." A gentleman called at "The Daily Herald" Office on Thursday' evening, and said:—"When taking a ride on the Henley Beach tram to try how the new line worked, I v{as amused when we were switched on to one of the side tracks to wait for another car. One of the passengers made the _ remark, *So this is the quick service, is it ? A conductor, overhearing the remark, re-J plied in sharp tones, 'You are not sup posed to criticise the management.' Needless to say, the remark created! considerable amusement among the! other passengers on the car. I' sup pose that it will be made a new re gulation that passengers are not to criticise the management of the Tram ways Trust. Penalty, .£5."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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