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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. We have much pleasure in informing our-readers that we have secured the . « sole right of publication in South Aus . traiia. of a series of -articles-by Ran dolph Bedford, the well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who hac just undertaken an extensive tour in the East. , "The itinerary will include the Philip pines, China, Japan, Hawaii, and California, -and "the articles describing ' the -tour wiQ have special reference tc the-alien question. Onr readers may look forward with confidence to a real jliterAiy treat,- and an able exposition Jnf ihcis»1a«!ct:=spedally- dealt with.

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

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Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT ADELAIDE MARCH MEETING. PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

POET. ADELAIDE MARCH MEETING. PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS. <Bv "York.") The Port Adelaide Racing dub will hota TKteir March meeting on Saturday, when an interesting programme of seven events will he gone through, and a capi tal afternoon's sport provided. A. -large attendance of the public is anticipated, for whose convenience special trains will run to the popular Cheltenham course. TRIAL -STAKES (HANIHCAP).—Afc I.30L Six fun -flgs. et. lb. sL lb. Aurifera .. .. _ 8 12 Fleetfoot — _ _ 7 Tbnnderess. _ 8 10 Tommy Burns. — 7 Bose Horn - 8 3fl Koorzne. _ 7 |Jqt4»3o Maid M ^ 7 Decringer . — « 7 Leap Year.. _ 8 6 Sonata _ 7 Summer-field _ . 8 5 Tostinus . . 1 ■lisoliii.. .. _ _ 712 Fiaveria _ . . 7 El Teb 7 12 Martello 7 Qoeen'e OpBsontH. 77 10 Vitoria.. _ 7 Cassava. /.. „ _ 710 Battiebridge . . 7 Steel TJooe _ 7"1Q Tradesman. _ .7 _ Stosm £ueen.. „ 7 10 rhunderdsp _ __ "7- "0 GnntaWang. .. _ 7 9 Uoai Roberts _ M 7 "0 Toetig'e, Pledge ..7 8 . AURHFERA or 'STKKLBONE. JSIKEK JELACK...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE ELECTIONS. ABSENT VOTING. METHOD OF PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

STATE ELECTIONS. ABSENT VOTING. METHOD OF PBOJEDUEE. The simplification of the icethod of ab sent voting t.houi< i prove -i boon to elec tors away from the district i- which they reside on polling day, April . Under the Electoral Act an elector can only vote in the division for the Legislative Council or the district for the House of Assembly in which he resides. For +he purposes of the electoral code a person is deemed to reside in the division or d:strict wherein he lias his usual place of residence, not withstanding any occasional absences. Electors who (a) will not on polling d3y ."uring the hours of pi Jing be with in L5 miles of the polling place on the roll lor which they are registered; (b) will on polling day be in qua:-intine within the State of South Australia ; (c) will not an polling day, witbin the hours of poll ing ca account of ill-health or infirmity, be able to attend at the polling place on the roll for which they are registered, are entitled to vote as...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Subscription to "THE DAILY HERALD," £1 3/ delivered, £1 9/ posted, per annum. Order At Once.

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CRICKET. MANNANARIE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

CBICpT. MANNANARIE. March 16. Tarcowie, - 70—Burgess 29. ~ Mannanarie, 33,1 Return match—Ma&nannrie, 116—H. Jones 45, Ro binson 4 tor 13. Tarowie. 75—Burgess^ 33 not out. . • . SAPCNDA, March 16. On the Button P^rk Oval on' Saturday a cric ket match in connection -with the Barossa and Light Association was played between Kapunda and Freeling. The local team, who had first use of tife wickets, put together 133, of whtih G. Abbott compiled <*7. Freeling replied with 56 for the ioss of two wickets. For Freelicg G. Heinrich secured 6 wickets for 41 runs. It is said that jealousy is love, but I deny it; for though jealousy be produced by love, as ashes are by fire, yet jealousy etxinguishes love, as ashes smother the flame.—La. Eeine de ivavarre.

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THE YEARLING SALES. GOOD PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

4300© PfiiCEB |Sp&U^D. sMessrs. Barter Brothers JEUmpal thnrirHighKfWI 'A -31int£day ^tfemooii. J attendance «f biiycers aiid rw„ terested, ^ho were -changed 8«n__ J^ jadmissiotL 4he xaoi&eds i©be, devoted 4o_eharatat>le -purposes! ■ 'T. • . : tftst contingent«ptfered raHnprised1 WAnfT^s fcim ® estjtt^of the Jlaie Mr. •jy *j-.-jw mran, of Pori £Sxie, ivlif! ./was _re -T€rred Jo ~by the iauctioneer an eulogistic ±HS";SDB JMr,®«Aiei±:5Sr1arren},. was m ijtbe box, wasAdidBiidto cang tonjtfee stud «siaHisl}ie<i, i»y "bis fn#iort w1k> »d <ioae _so jmibh -toworSts'iimprov jmgiitfe 3>ree3 laafl star---- -» -- - She Sffiiding^vas irisl wiere ceaii^tL, /flue being Abe browineoilt Xadoeb, J^jBroken ;anj3 vho -is She«^ore.\a*iit3f: "Borah,, feira, ana - IFaiema ®li£ «iW -^WKgTrrfy f jywii ^ , ;«n&; ai'the price paid *py the ^ucceseitil JaiMea- «annot be considered aitear piir tmaBe- -. .Bidding started for Sum at 109 and ip one 3mnp EEpntJ...

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TRAINING NOTES. Morphetville. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

=KQT£B. . ,1 .k^dguarteis on ] ^HmfMigr JBOTH3IIR "were car&el to ibe ffilffffejjp'-**!? P^ l^^^anjpepet-: Rptpp.' >niyBAgr.n^g ncogkmrag^ '^^^x^^a^ tt lfiarphet±vSi£ isequal to | \ .jouejnileand *hree*fpTlonE£ and 41 yards. spaaed ^proceedings by trot-1 ^angj&iB^>couple j&ftatmifc Decoy ran. ■ lialf^' inils 'in w&* andiCoalbox put-is: - va^oiaple ^ round occupy , %'h^c Tinman Jpayn^igl"^ a mile in lm.* 49^e. • Scintillation's time for tbe same joiinnej' fceiiig 1m- 53s.. wbOe 'ODomdiar . took lm. 56b. over his «ight turlonge, and; <Heh|B>n lm- 55s. " ' StoajeEka can four furlongs in 53s.V FSee^oat, who carried ajgood weight ac coiioted far ai furlongs in lm. 2Ggs.,- and i , GaBUS, with another, got over fourin v.2 < jBSjp^" JPaxd was responsible for the best ' ''aicSrwyj .gallop of tbe morning; ./going . «aBy, i»e «irew a mile behind in Xm. flSs. * -JJarrinyeii ?took lm. 54s. for his eight - • furlongs, and -& s...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

•TURF TOPICS. - ■* . SominatttHiE ior the South Australian . _!Ea±teisaU*6 Club SIeeting on April 16, are dpe on Monday, iwiril 4. ., Xhe prseramme for -the AJEljC. Snmmer ■ "MiuiliiiL T" 1" Tliiilfi On Apcil 23, was is : saed oil Wednesday, ana owners' will view wsfii satisfaction the ipctease in prize money. The total amount o£ stakes is £1000, «nd .the , principal event—the licensed.- Victuallers' Handicap—takes £250, while the otlier six ewantstake £12&i each, with the exception of the BmmihiH| vHaodua^whit&has an 'extra £25 added. - Kommatiaas wiH' be taken by Mr. Hesel tene oii Wodnesdayj^ApiiK. . - . . iSChe Steeplechase at ifazraboarte -yester . d$y resulted in a chapter of .acr^ehta. In aifidd dl Eix. fbar felL yia.—K3X>' ' Eronstadt, tasi.ChazKie, iiod Obadiah, '" ihft-ladJiftTnfl^ .hDinp ■; df aaodmoiden ££a / *jar^Oodn«fl»tta,'»gas a parohas^r at the - yRyiipg jSales on JJ^oxe&ap, "jand became ihe possesor'5of twd r horses. Spanker, who is a fi...

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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. - i¥»rfth. I 18—Loxion E-C. ;1S—Port Adelaide B~C. , 19—H&wkesbury Races (N.S.W.). • j 19—Moonee Valley Races (Vic.). 22—Cowell li-C. 23—Burra S.C. 26-28-30 and April 2—AXC. Autumn 3Kg. a&^Aspend&le Park Races, <Vic.). £6—Brokeii Hill J.C. 83^-Onkaparinga B.C. /_ •28—Williams town Races (Vic.). ' * 28—Laura J.C. ^ 2S^—jSadina and Wallaroo J.O. < ' 28—Penong J.C. '30—Port Pirie R.C. 31—fienmark S.C.

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

THE CONCERT. There was a large attendance at the Exhibition Building last evening, when rhe national concert was held. The pro gramme was composed entirely of items m keeping with the nature of the cele bration. The Christian Brothers College Oichestra played the -Opening overture, and in the- second, portion ot. the pro gramme playfed The "Gems of Ireland. The ~part songs, 'Tis the Land We Love so Well and The Irish Maiden's Lament, were sung by the pupils of the Convent of Hercv, Aigas street; St. Raphael's Choir, Parfeside, gave the choral selec tions, Oft in the- Stilly Night, Killamey, and The. Dear Little Shamrock; Miss Kathleen O'Dea sang Sweet Vale of Avoca; frjiss Katie Joyce gave Kathleen Mavoumeen and The Meeting of the Waters; Come Back to Erin, as sung bv: Miss Adelaide Robertson, met with the approbation of the audience. Mr. S. A. Cooper was recalled for his singing ofi Colleen Oge. Asthore, and for an encore! lie gave Believe He if all those Endear- j ing Young Charms...

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RUSSO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. PROTEST ANTICIPATED. REVOLUTIONARY DISCONTENT FEARED. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

RUSSO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. PROTEST ANTICIPATED. REVOLUTIONARY DISCONTENT FEARED. LONDON. March 17. It iG anticipated in St. Petersburg that there will be a storm of protest in Russia if the proposed Russo-Japanese alliance becomes ail established fact. The com pletion of negotiations has been an nounced, and it is feared that the situa tion will be seized by the revolutionaries to stir up discontent and establish a new reign of terror.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

mail notices. The R.M.S. Otranfco will be dispatched 'with i-be mails lor Western AqstraAjp, .Colombo, Mau-* ritittt, India, China, Singapore, Aden, -&c_, Suez; ^nd Mediterranean Porte, Europe, America, and L-ie United Kingdom, Friday, March 25. Hail .due. = n London April 23. ■ The times appointed for closing .the mails at the G.P.O. on~ Thursday, March, 24 ar&—Por registered letters, 8 p.m..; for ordinary letters, 8 p.m.; for newspapers, 8- p.m.'' The mails for the above close at Largs Bay and Semaphore Thursday, March 24, at 6.30 p.m., and it Fort Adelaide as follows:—Fo rordinary let ters,' at 6.40 p.m.; for newspapers,'- 5.40 p.m*; and f3r registered letters, 5.40 p.m. Bntisp and foreign parcel post per the above steamer closes it General Post Office, Thursday, -March 17, at Sotted STATES AND CANADA.—Mariposa.' GREAT BRITAIN and CANADA.—April 9—via Vancouver—3 p.zn. (late fee,. 3-30 p_m.; money orders at 12 noon), Mafeura. ' > • WESTERN AUSTRALIA, COLOMBO, SU...

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BRITISH POLITICS. REFORM OF THE LORDS. DEBATE ON ROSEBERY'S MOTION. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

BRITISH POLITICS. REFORM OP THE LORDS. DEBATE ON ROSEBEETS MOTION. LONDON, March 17. The debate in the House of Lords on Lord Kosebery's motion for the Reform of the second Chamber was continued to day. The Archbishop of Canterbury . {Dr. Davidson) generally supported Ix>rd£ose bery's resolution. Lord Salisbury favored an adjourn ment of' the debate which has not yet concluded. It is expected that the motion trill be referred to committee to-morrow without a division. The speeches made during the debate generally show a strong feeling against tampering with the hereditary principle upon which ^members ot .the -Bouse of Peers take their eeats. Lord Cunson, who was the. chief Speaker, supported a scheme partly elec Ijjre and partly nominative. He staled that he had no sympathy with a. purely elective irtethbd. •• • ,V:

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ROWING. AUTUMN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

ROWING. ' AUTUMN REGATTA. Bowing enthusiasts turned up in force i on Thursday evening when the prelim [ inary heats of the autumn, regatta were rowed. It was unfortunate • that for three of the events no -finishing times j were taken, as the timekeeper's: watch I failed him. . . | The Maiden Tubs was won after a good race" by Mercantile s by a .quarter ofv. a length, but there was* a general impres sion that had the 'Varsity cox steered .a [proper course the result might have been' different. Between Long's Point and the finish the students lost quite two lengths owing to the inability of the cox to- steer a straight course. The same thing happened in ther second heat of the Junior Fours, the St. Peters cos giv ing an execrable exhibition pf steering. More attention- should, be paid in the selection of coxswains, ^nd the captain snoultf alwaVs- -exercise great care * in choosing, boys to handle the yoke lijies. IS Is-.a moot question whether it lvoul** hot 5e t>etter to make the ...

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LIQUOR TRADE CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

LIQUOR TRADE CONFERENCE. MELBOHRNF,. March 17. The Liquor Trade Conference hasn de-! elded *1 •<J LLii^o-p»ii»xi. v u.1. itji wiiio and. spiiitd, and iias iiuopied a Jist ot i'/iecs lor boUleu liquor. cided against threepenny wine and spirits3 <uid has adopted a list of prices lor boUied liquor.

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LOCAL OPTION. W.C.T.U. CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

-, W.HG.XU. icbsTsamos. J Tim mwteiiBi Jamniil 'mrimiiBmi of ■* the Wonlaa's -y Christian Temperance , Union oE-SoatSi Australia, Adelaide'Dis t tnct, was held'in therCinon Hall, Wake * field sIxBetjron HmiBday Afternoon- The JthshxticA president (Mrs. OF. H. Kieholls) 5reEided-dy^,a Jaigeattendance. Mte. Stuokey BpoKfi Oa welcome to Uie ddegates,.sjid HS&r 3?6h1 responded. AddreSBes V werejgivfen by itesdames - Micholls aiid ^Nolan (Australasian. Presi Mrs. -brought greetings • -from afar, 3Si& 2fewii5g gave a summary of eKscative meetings, and the treasurer; - -i \ (Mrs-vC- fV-1 Cooppr) made 3ier. report - -J.- ^Pho:.mmrni^w^yrmtpTirtSMfl gave satis factary infornvriion xegarding the: i - .. branches.IXhege #as a -public tea after-; ■■■.." wardSjpropided.ljythe/W.C-I.lJ. -.1 j : , : <A;BalJy- " AJjoi^optian'zally occurred in the bvening, whim Mrs. Jficholls again occu pied ibe ^eljair. Mrs. JJicholls pointed -outthat'prrangemeatshad been made for the .cb...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. CRASH INTO A DEAD END. TRUCKS TELESCOPED. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. CBASH INTO A DEAD END. TRUCKS TELESCOPED. SYDN'ET. March At Murrurundi an engine attached to1 22 hoppers got beyond the control of the driver and crashed over the dead end | leaving the rails and taking 14 hoppers i \vith it. Several trucks were telescoped.] The driver and fireman jiunpcd clear be- j fore the crasli, and tht former was slightly injured.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Special Advertisements. The Daily Herald. ADDRESS: :11 VNjitEKEEIiL ST. ADELAIDE. SUBSCRIPTION: Delivered. "r One year _ ^^,^..'£1 ■ 3'-o Six months —-..t. o«ti 6 Three months o-t5 9 Posted^ "One, year .. — 9 -So Six months •- M-m 0--14 6 Threemonths 7- 3 " All literary matter, correspondence, reports, and general news matter must be addressed. ''The Editor." Accounts and all business commu nications'must be addressed "The Manager/' TO ASSURE ATTENTION, BU5I 3SESS and I.ITERARY MATTER MUST bfe forwarded in separate en velopes. TO BOYS MD (jIELS. . • 7 ] * The management of "The Daily He^Xd" iiivitethe aid of young Labor supporters. " AiVshaiming work of art will be pre senjted to ' " •■■■ . ' " • ✓ ' % s-EACH BOV AND OIRt. ; '• < ■ • ■ ' ' - ' wfaoBecares a haH-year eubscription.-to rihe Diuly Herald." At ±he" .end <rf three months—from March 7-^,he jboy and gili who have- se cured the largest, number of'-subscribers; wilj. each receive a *.•" . HANDSOME WATCH ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. Announcements under this hw>Hing tnngf. be • tbenticated by the name and address of the sender, and win be inserted at * charge of two shillings and sixpence each. If five lines, sixpence per line } V DEATHS. FBAKdS.—On the 17th March, at the Iforth AdeUlue Private Hospital, Catherine (fassl the dearly b^oved wife ot G. B. Francis, and second daoffbter of J. H. Ellis, Bowdeo, aged

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