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WAGES BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

WAGES BOARDS. The following representatives of the employers were appointed members of the Wages Boards at the meeting of the Executive-Council on Thursday:— Butchers' Board—C. M. Kither, vice W. Kither, resigned. Tailors' Board —J. C. Shieriaw, vice W. Farmer, re signed, and Edward Seary, vice T. M. Angus, resigned. Hairdressers' Board—W. Perry, as representative of the employes, vice E. Cookes, resigned.

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

DISMISSAL OF TRAMWAY EMPLOYES. The dismissal of a number of tram way employes from the various horse; depots was considered at a special meeting of the South Australian Tram-! way Employes'- Union on Wednesday night The men in question made a report in regard to the way in which they had been treated, and they pro tested against what was regarded as a high-handed proceeding.. A long dis cussion ensued, and it was eventually decided to ask the General Manager of the Tramways Trust to .meet a dele gation from the .men, in. order that the whole matter might he laid before; him.

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

ON THE MOVE. The suburban dweller who cannot call his roof his own lives in a state of constant uneasiness nowadays. The rush of purchasers shows no abate ment, and while property owners aid carriers are more than satisfied, the unfortunate payer of rent leads a mo bile existence, which gives him that unsettled feeling that no patent medi cine can assuage. Property owners are reluctant to grant long terms in view of a probable buyer, and the tenant occupies his home on sufferance, expecting every month to be his last. Around Adelaide houses are springing up wherever there is room for build ing, and they are occupied before the wails are thoroughly ^Iry. Meanwhile the man whose means won't permit of purchasing keeps on the move, and he envies the snail which carries its roof upon its back.

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

LIOUOR BARS—AND WORSE. Speaking at a local option rally in the W.C.T.U. Hall on Thursday evening, Mr. J. Delehanty said people were told there were not enough hotels in Adelaide now to accommodate the visitors at show time. There were in licensed bars. They were not really hotels. They were places the name of which he would not mention before the present audience. They were liquor bars, and worse, and they deserved no quarter. He did not won der if there were not enough hotels. He understood that there was to be a fine coffee palace erected in Rundle street. He said "Hurrah" to that. The temperance party sought to close drinking bars everywhere; they did not care if they were at the South Austra lian or the Gresham. They would still need hotels, but they need not have the corner bars.

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

TOM BROWNE: ARTIST. , The death at the age of 38 of Tom Browne, the English black-and-white artist, recalls the fact that artists as a rule are not long lived—that is, great artists. This may perhaps be ac counted for by the possession of the elusive thing' called temperament, which is part and parcel of the artist's equipment. Temperament is'not con ducive to longevity any more than ag gravation is to the temper of a caged hyena. It is- the placid people who spend the most time in the world, and possibly do the least. Phil May died young, but during his life he ma naged to produce a large amount of good work, as was also the case with Tom Browne. A good deal of the lat ter' s work was necessarily of the pot boiler variety, but whatever he did was done well, and that denotes the great artist. Those whom the gods love die [young, but they could very well spare such men a little longer. Even a long life does not last a great while, and Elyshim has all eternity.

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

A SHILLING FUND. The Rev. C. E. Shafer, of Broken Hill, who was recently in Adelaide in connection with the local option move ment, is about to leave the Silver City. A correspondent in the "Barriet Miner" suggests the opening- of a shilling subscription fund in recogni tion of the services rendered by that gentleman to .the town. He states:— "Might I express the hope that the I citizens of Broken Hill will show their appreciation^ of . that gentleman's la bors for the wdfare of the city?" The paper acknowledged the receipt of a 'subscription from' the correspondent, and opened the hind.

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

BEER GIVEN AWAY. The Rev. Henry Gaiuford told an audience at a local option meeting on ■ Thursday evening that he believed that in the Port Adelaide district an hotel keeper who had lost his license by local option, had discovered an ingenious method of getting rid of liquor; he; gave it away on condition that the re cipient bought a biscuit for fid. At one time; a team of horses was stand ing outside the hotel in question while the driver was in the hotel for a long period eating a biscuit. . (Laughter.) At another time there were three teams outside, grid their drivers were inside making what must have been a heavy meal of biscuits. "Talk about a Phila delphia lawyer," said Mr. Gainford, it "would take one to unravel this mat* ter. I don't think there is anything in the law of the State to stop a man from giving beer away."

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

: '"TAMPERING WITH' LEGISLATION." Mr. J. Delehanty, at a local option! meeting in the W.C.T.U. Hall on! Thursday evening, said the day would, have to come when the temperance, party would- choose their own can didates. They would have no mor^ ma chine politics. The liquor party had too much say in choosing the candi dates at this election, and he wanted] them to know he knew it. He wanted' them to know, too, that he was aware! that they were tampering with the legislation of the State. ]

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

PURCHASE YOUR GOODS FROM THOSE WHO ADVERTISE WITH US. One good turn deserves another.

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

THE INNER BEAUTY. Men have a strange, indescribable fear of beauty- And yet, listen: a proud and lofty word has been spoken, a word thai has in a measure undammed the springs of human life. For one instant a sou! has dared to reveal itself, even such as it is in love and sorrow, such as it is in face of death and in the solitude tha dwells about the stars of night. Disquiet nrevails: on some faces there is astonish ment, on others a smile. But have you never felt, at such a moment, how unani mous is the fervor with which every soul admires, and how unspeakably the very feeblest, from the remotest depths of, its dungeons, approves the word it has "re cognised as akin to itscJf '■ For beauty is the soul's only language; none other is known to it. gome there are who complain of women, never dreaming that the first time a man meets a woman, one word or thought that denies the beautiful or ■ profound is enough to poison for ever his existence in the soul of that woman. "For my part," sai...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RAILWAY SERVICE. UNDERSTAFFING AND SHORTAGE OF ROLLING STOCK. MORE BOY LABOR. No. 2. ("The Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE RAILWAY SERVICE. UNDERSTAFFING AND SHORTAGE OF ROLLING SIOCK. MORE BOY LABOR. Ko. 2. ("The Daily Herald" Fpeclal.) It is always a bad sign when met), are j seen leaving a service such as that of the j railways in large numbers. It proves ■ either that there is something radically wrong with the whole system, or that the administration is bad. It would be in teresting to have a return prepared show ing the number of employes who have re signed from the service during the past four or five years and their reasons for doing so. The number would be found to be far in excess of what would be ex pected in a Government department, and in the majority of cases, we.are informed, unsympathetic administration* ovetwork, and the tyranny o£ petty officials would .provide the cause. The exceeding zeal of some people to save threepence on some trifling item here, and sixpence on an equally trifling matter there has always proved—and will prove to the end of the chapter—the falsest of false eco...

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

THE CITY BEAUTIFUL. Speaking at the opening of the Sir Edwin Smith kiosk at Elder Park yes terday, Mr. W. T. Rofe (Mayor of Port Adelaide) made a happy allusion to the picturesqueness of Adelaide's surroundings. He congratulated the city on having secured such an ornate addition to its already beautiful build ings. Elder Park, with its beautiful kiosk, its splendid carpet of verdure, and its delightful scenery, would be one of the sights to show people com ing from the boats, and he would al ways be one to advocate the creation of soch resorts.

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

mm!■"""■ VOTES FOR WOKEN. LEGI X X The Labor Candidates: - Klauer,E. Styles, A. W. Wilson, J. P. Favor an Extension of the Franchise. Authorised by R. Blundell, Trades Hall.

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

THE SPORTS. During the afternoon there was a very large crowd present on the oval, when the more interesting items of the pro gramme were contested. St. Patrick's Day sports would be incomplete without the contests for jigs and reels, the tugs-ol war. and such forms of amusement ir, which the sons of Ireland wherevei founl take an active interest. These were all provided yesterday, and in many instances were keenly contested, but perhaps the most interest-in? features of the programme were the military an*i hunting events. In the former, horse manship and general agility was demon strated. and while the public were being entertained the contestants were also being encouraged to become proficient iu drill Results:— Christian Brothers' College Handicap.—A. Ro berts (9 yards), 1; J. Green (10 yards), 2; N. Heenan (6 yards), 3. Catholic Schools' Handicap,—L. Nelson, X; George Edwards, 2. Committee Race, 75 yards.—I». G. Heaiey, 1; X. G. McCarthy, 2; 3. P. Bratchford, 3. HIBERNIAN HANDIC...

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

THE LUNCHEON, , Jn addition to the officials connected with She St. Patrick's Day ; celebration there .were several guests ^present at the luncheon on. the ovaL - 3Sx. F. Burns<Presidexit of the St. Pat rick's IDay Celebration Committee) pre side^ Among these present were the Federal Attomej-General <H«ln. P. McJI. CHynriV'the State Chief Secretary (Hon. Sice),- and the Mayoi of Adelaide Xjttx. t. Cohen). : - " r T.'he Chairman said that they all recog nised Hie inability of 'politicans to attend their gathering when the-political cam paign was inprogress, hat he was pleased xhat: STr: Bice * waa ■ 'present. T)n - behalf of the H.A.C.B£. he,extended a cordial welcome to the, visitors that•' day. ■ "Mr.' Glynn, in proposing the' toast The Say We Celebrate, sa'd he was pleased to see the .younger generation taking such an: active-part in; the celebration. It was So the -Noting people they would have to loot to cany on the affairs of the coun try when the present ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS IN THE UNITED STATES. One of the most interesting reports published from year to year dealing with progress work in agriculture generally is that issued annually by the Secretary of Agriculture for the United States De partment of Agriculture, Washington. The latest issue for the year 1909 con tains a fund of information on numerous present-day phases of agriculture. While other circumstances no doubt have con tributed largely to the increased pros perity of rural industries it is a matter of common knowledge that the United States Department of Agriculture has worked wonders in the direction of en hancing the value of primary production. After pointing out that 1909 was the most prosperous of all years, that the yield had beeii bountiful with most crops, and prices obtained were high, the following appears to convey an idea of the enor mous v.-ealth represented by the crops produced. Valne of all Products. For this year the value of farm pro ducts is 8,760,000...

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

METEOROLOGICAL. FORECASTS. For the 24 hours ending March 18, 8 a.m. South Australia.—Fine and warmer, with east to north winds. ] Western Australia.—Generally fine, with north-1 west and south-east winds. Queensland.—More rain over the Pacific slopes.' extending to parte of central areas. South-east to I east winds. I New Sooth Wales.—Cloudy over east and north | districts, but Tain chiefly confined io the extreme north-east. Winds and oppressive temperatures from the west and south. Victoria.—Generally fine and warm, with north winds. Some scattered clouds. Cloudy, unsettled south winds approaching* coastal districts. ' Tasmania.-'-Generally fine, but cloudy, northerly winds, and milder temperatures. Showers and 5ool west winds later on the west boast. ^ OCEAN FORECASTS. Still stjaally on - parts of Queensland coast, winds freshening in the Straits and. west coast of Tasmania. Weather Conditions at 9 &.m.« March 17, Through-' , out the Commonwealth. .... South Australia.—Fi...

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

LABOR'S POLICY. I Enemies of the Labor Party, puS> licly, privately, and througli tie columns of the daily press, deciare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture^ of confiscation, robbery, red evolu tion, and communism. To allow the general public to estimate the tr'ith or otherwise of these wild assertions., we once more publish the Labor Party., platform in fall:— FIGHTING PLATFORM. FRANCHISE. Adult Suffrage for the Legislative Council, with the object oi its ulii» mate abolition. INDUSTRIAL. Compulsory Arbitration. LAND SETTLEMENT. Progressive Land Tax on the lines-of? New Zealand. The right of the Government to'He-i* sume Land for Closer Settlement, and Public Purposes on the valua- ■ tion accepted by the owner for taxai * tion purposes, plus, to per cent: ] . FINANCE. - \ Cessation of Borrowing, excep. ' (i) Conversion of Loans, {2} Com<1 pletion of Public Works already an-« " thorised, and (3) Works which wilt: show .interest on capital borrowed ' and provide...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LAND OF THE SHAMROCK. IRELAND'S NATIONAL FESTIVAL. ("The Daily Herald" Special). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE LAND OF THE SHAMROCK. IRELAND'S NATIONAL FESTIVAL. (The Daily Herald" Special) rhe drum's load roll, the clarion's blare, /h^ sidewalks lined with colleens fair, i' here's Gaelic music in the air— ""Tib St. "Patrick's I3ay an the Taormn*-. rhexr thoughts to-day are waxjdenug free Through dear old Eftb over the sea. Looe Erin waiting, siientiy, The dauTi of freedom's mo ruin' Soft strains of music £11 the air, ve hear "KiUarney's I^akes so Fair," The "Shan Van Vocbt" and "Sweet Adair"— I 'Xis &i. Patrick's Day in the momin'. ! Good fellowship shines forth to-day <ls beauttfui us shamrock spray; Co pledge the loved ones far away On St. Patrick's Day in the momiu*. Where does there exist a people in a'hose breasts bums the flame of love and .iffeetion for their native land to such a degree as the Irish? With them love of countf\ transcends qll else, except parental reverence, which has ever been a striking feature of their domestic life and an ex ample to other n...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." Electors will beasked to affirm or negative die financial scheme secrc Jv formnlated by the State Premiers and humbly arrFjptfd by? "the Federal Fu soD tiowmmfnr, The scheme pro vides that die States shall receive 2 5/ per capita from the Commonwealth for all time. The present Customs re venue is £2 10/ per head of popuia tioo, and mnjt decrease. If die finan cial agreement is authorised by the people, there is every probability of an imxpritqus Revenue Tariff being framed, which must press heavily -upon wage earners and consumers gene rally. Ini any case, such an addition ■ to the* Constitution would cripple the Commonwealth, and lead-to the post ponement of urgently needed national works. The Labor Party do not object to the scheme as a temporary expe dient, but ask- the people to keep it out of the Constitution. To do diis, take the Blue ballot paper and vote f "No." .

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