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The Daily Lerald. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. AN AUSTRALIAN LABOR POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

W$z DaHg U&ralir. ADELAIDE t EMDA.Y, MARCH IS, 1310. AST AUSTRALIAN LABOR POLICY. Compared with the wordy platitudes and the elegant but ambiguous phrases which constitute the warp and woof of Mr. Dcakin's recent policy speech at Ballarat the manifesto of the Aus tralian Labor Party makes very re freshing reading. The Labor Leader (Mr. A. Fisher) possesses none of the oratorical tricks and graces, no power of skilful word spinning such as characterise all Mr. Pea kin's public utterances. He, however, is gifted with the much more useful faculty of clearness and directness. When Mr. Deakin speaks his hearers are capti vated and charmed by his oratory, but they do not understand what it all means. They become entangled in a mazy web of finely spun phrases, and forget that what has amused and mystified them so much should have been instructive and not merely enter taining. .This is one of the tricks of the clever orator whose carefully pre pared words are intended to hide the re...

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

THE LABORER AND HIS HIRE. Sir Lancelot Stirling among- other misrepresentations has stated that one! piank of the Labor Party's platform is a minimum wage of 8/ per diem for the workers of the State. This is not true; the Labor Party merely urge; that that minimum should be observed by the Government in regard to adult male employes and men employed on: State contracts. 1 Mr. Butler is endeavoring to make election capital out of this proposal, and has let bis arithmetiral .sense, .(if 1 he bas any) run riot. He says that compliance with Labor's demand would cost the State over _£.ioosooo per an num, whereas a return obtained at the instance of a Labor member proves that the Treasurer has added about a hundred per cent, to the cost on his own irresponsibility. But we will attack Mr. Butler on his own ground. The propriety or impro priety of the proposal is not to be determined by estimating the probable cost in pounds, shillings, and pence; there is the possible cost, to be rec koned...

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

CANDIDATES AMD PLEDGES. Labor candidates are definitely pledged to the platform of the party, and if the elector is in accord with, the Labor policy he knows that he is safe in voting: for a Labor represen tive- Necessarily the Labor platform does, not cover everything, and the candidates axe free to exercise their jo dividual right of opinion in regard to matters not contained in the platform. There are numerous organisations in Adelaide, . each existing - for one pur pose only, and th«ir attitude toward candidates is determined by the can didates' opinions on their particular in terest. Almost every political aspirant receives a list of questions from these numerous non-political bodies, and a request that he shall affix his replies and return to the senders. There are dire possibilities in this comparatively recent development. It is within the bounds of possibility that these asso ciations and societies may increase and multiply, until" they will be numbered in hundreds, in whic...

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

GRUESOME DETAILS. Owing- to recent Government action, hangings are now conducted in this State with all possible privacy, with the result that newspaper readers' are spared the two columns or more of sickening: details which used to dis figure the pages of the morning pa pers. A certain Adelaide daily, how ever, managed to give its readers the horrors it imagines they require. The late unfortunate Robins' last mo [ments being screened by the Govera iment action, this enterprising journal delved into early history, and dug up! and published a highly colored account of the first hanging which transpired in South Australia, and which was as horrible and disgusting as the most bloodthirsty person could desire.

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

COAL FOR PORT ADF.T Ainc Since March 7 it is estimated that 24.675 ions of coal have arrived at Port Adelaide. Three large thip meats from Calcutta have come to hand for the Government, totalling- al together 17,175 tons, besides 5000 tons from England. There is an unusually large number of collier? discharging at the Port at present. Later arrivals have to anchor in the roadstead until berths are vacant for them.

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

Special Advertisements. DONALDSON'S liar Drapery ami Qoffiing. A LABCE VARIETY OF NEWEST WUITERMATEBIAIS RELIABLE GOODS AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. 'IMPORTED DIRECT ANtJ MARKED in PLAIN FIGURES. DONALDSON'S INVITE INSPECTION OF THEIR mUES IN the LATEST MILLINERY AND DRESS COOtlS. -BLANKETS, sues, CARPETS, AND FLOOR COVERINGS. CAEEFCI, ATTENTION TO OBDEES FOE GOODS OB, PATTERNS. ADDRESS—DONALDSON'S, 22 RUNDLE STREET.

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FOOTBALL. WEST TORRENS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

FOOTBALL. WEST TOBEENS CLOB. ! The annual meeting of the West Tor rens Football Club was held in the Hind marsh Town Hall oa Thursday evening.' The president (Mr. T. H. Brooker) pre sided over what was said to be the largest meeting ever held in the hall, the utmost enthusiasm was shown in the pro [ ceedings. The ballot for the various i positions of the club was held prior to the j meeting, and the arrangements were so ! good that the polling was carried out v. iih the usual decorum of a Parliamen tary election. Poll clerks presented members with their authority to vote, and having exercised their franchise they passed out of the hall until the boom was closed. The voting arrangements j and scrutiny were carried out under the supervision of members of the town , council. The report, which had been i circulated among members prior to the ; meeting, stated that although the club had. not won the premiership last season they had won a place in the semi-finals, and had played some sple...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NARRACOORTE RACES. NARRAGOORTE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

UABAAOOfTRTi: NABBA.GQORTE. :March 1G [ Thf* annual meeting of the Narracoorte Hacing Club ^sommfiiioed to-day under fav a.u spices. 3?he weather was delight ful, -and ikeie ytss a large attendance. Xhe sam<2 £&3DSJ. passed ihrcragb JSte -totaiisa tor, as icompaxed 'vHi3i- £812 30/ last yeaa, . Bdails:— -•MHHtf--HAKDICAP fiix fnrktf>gs, Mr. M. OuirmTs Sweet Elaine, by Sir Tristram LradeUa, 8 st. /A. Molrfiead} .. .. .. 2 Beaum&xie, 7J0 (J. Wilka) .. .. .. .. „ .. .. 2 Conmere, 7.3 (T. Hetflixy) S Other starters—Orphan Girl, 9.6; Sdsea Tw?. 7.10; Amo, 7.9 •; Amethysi, 6,7. Won by a length. Time, lm. 21£s. Amiunt invested, £133 lfl/. Dividend {for 5/)^ MAIDEN PLATE. Eil furiongE. . Wr. G Dremtt^e Last Chaace, by Baebeixes— Cobweb mace, 8J9 (W- McGowan) _ _ _ „ 1 Z^dy Hercofes, 6-II. (J. Wilke) ^ ^ 2 Valeen, 8.11 (C. Padney) .. .. .. _ .. £ Other starters—Stcran- ""TSgnal, 'Clsviola, PoBy, Fioradora, Bronze wing';' Kifietta, Ciysma, Eva, Toole, Port Caroli...

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

AN HOUR IN LONDON. (By Wimfrid BJatehford, in "The WomaL. Worker."') What a comic city it is—ana wead, too. We found it comic, the Eld aTi^ I, as we stroll-d down Regent street. Th* v eirdness came later, m Picc nilly Why we laughed I hardly know. Per haps we 'telt like it;" and when one is in such a mood one fi—His fun and mem I tt'.ent- in a cobblestone or the House of .Peers. The Kid declared she coolc giggle all day, and giggie she did; but then she has.a cheerful mind and no thing her dismays. Yes, Begent street is a detightful play ground lor a happy woman. £>uch shops, snch luxury, such beauty. I beiiewe with a hundied pounds in W jimse Any woman anight be happjr there Look it the satins and the velvets, lyi-.« incoetlv heaps before our eyes, the lace; and tlai. furs enticing ns with iheir richness, the diamonds winking ax us. the rubies glow ing and burning in olood-red sf>lasfijs. See how the bright winter sun light burnishes the hair of the sweet and gentle women as ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCULLING. ARNST AND WHELCH IN TRAINING. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

SCULLING. ABSrST AND WHELCH IN TKAINTNG. WELLINGTON <NJZ.), March 17. j Arnst and wbtilch are both training solidly for the forthcoming sculling match.

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

WALKERVILLE > ALES. PUREST AND BEST. niMS J

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

r> ANY COMPLAINTS about non-delivery of "THE -DAILY. _HERAUP*r Communicate at coce with this Office * Vote for Labor Candidates And a National Policy! WHICH STAND FOR Franchise. Adult Suffrage for the Legislative Council, with the object of its ultimate abolition. Industrial. Compulsory Arbitration. Land Settlement. Progressive Land Tax on the lines of New Zealand. The right of the Government to Resume Land for Closer Settlement and Public Purposes on the valuation accepted by the owner for taxation purposes, plus 10 per cent. Finance. Cessation of borrowing, except for (1) Conversion of Loans. <2) Completion of Public Works already authorised, and (3) Works which wilij [ show Interest on Capital Borrowed, and provide for a Sinking Fund. i Taxation. (1) Abolition of Income Tax on incomes derived from land or produce of land; (2) Raising Exemption on incomes derived from personal exer Uion to £300 per annum; (3) Reduction of Railway Freights; (4) Increased Road Crant to...

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LAURA WEIGHTS. Run March 21. HANDICAP HURDLES. About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

LAURA. WEIGHTS. Run March 2L HANDICAP HURDLES. About two Bombala H 0 Lyric .. _ .. ..10 5 Donnybrook .. .. 10 32 Warrior 9 10 Spoonful 10 10 Tommy Burns. .. 9 A Jlacumba . .. ..10 7 Primrose .. .... 9 0 F1/>~ING HANDICAP. About six furlongs. LifeQfihampton. .. 9 0 Cyuk 7 11 ffhe ftasn,, .. .. 8 10 .The Amendment ..7 10 8ap Year .. .. 8 3 "Sweet, filaiae.. _ 7 5 lick March.. — 8 3 The Doctor .. 7 4 xxbkton ^ .. .. 8 0 Vitoria .. .. ... 7 4 Jiirsote .. -- 7 13 Taleteller 7 A SrafOHtote.. .... 7 12 Cora r .. 6 HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. About one mile. Gelcrity -. — — 90 Todmordea . - 712 Lord Eminence — 8 10 Neutral.. „ 7 10 £>aul! Jooes _ _ 8 5 Fenella 7 9 Seiiafer 8 5 Jeuny 7 9 Tins Grstar .... 8 3 Hagici&zi ? S fusdaie .. .. .. 8 2 Laay Mayfield 7 7 • noria.. 8 0 Gambler 7 7 .Tomboy .. .. 8-0 Wakefield.. - - 7 7 B^lAlie „'g 0 Post Girl.. _ 7 7 Myr£te.. .. .. .. 7 12 Coal Queen ~ „ 7 7 A.L.T 7 12 Pearl 7 7 TaiBon.. _ 7 12 Lochie.. .. M „ 7 7 LAURA HANDICAP. About one and a...

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

SHIPPING. * lnBiildiiin WmTi 17.:—High water, 7.30 ~tcm -water., L2S ppn. - iw Ban.—*anii l7~-BaII'droTOjed at lb. Om. UB^ <«nnii)|pftn<iiii|j fa Vftrrti Jfi, lBh. SOlEL, GtCCII AXtE&XES.—XaichJ£. flWnmi^iy, 2. W. Lee, T from-^Calcutta— Bright, & .Co^ agents. Hani 17.v '• O.,, 4928 iocs,' E-H. ^wm.iifljira fitatf Fi BdST,-SOnfll^-SDd 'lOoi^. OBitL ' SkKftsnga, ISO, W. Oeraeifi. Ardroasan. ~ trai l inn i IS, C. Ban?,' EiliUiboigb. ■»mi 7BR, V. K. Thoaopeooy Spencer'a ftrtf i Kmfcnr^. fu, {com const poiis. Jvaee, si, from fiastprn Btatw i Bunbool, T^f Tfwrtnn fltrhna Adelaide ^teamtftip Go^ Agents. SAHED.—Mansh 1L Itatak. b_ lor vest vml ' _¥flte.' de It Ciatii/Vt.| 355^tonB>.jfrn**EagtCEn fromi ^"Esael&ioc, &» Jor -ooasL' . Saftotk, .for Eastern Stales. Karenjaj tot Eastern States. ■ M -*• ; ^oszattiJA2f. * V.\ "/.l-..au«h"17-" \ • ..nUODBHE. J&nKpomi, <Vm; jffaieiw, fronClamtcesMn. .. aSMOBtJ-^tSSred 'Wrwtra...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BURRA ACCEPTANCES. Run March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

BUBBA ACCEPTANCES. Eun' March 23. Handicap Hurdle Race, about two miles.—Doa .jybrook, U .sL Sonottene* -Handicap, about one and a quarter rniiire—Hotspur, 9 st. 2 it. .; Baxter, &9; Stafiord, 3; - 2iiflfi0iaB, 7. Ryingr "Handicap, about six - furlongs.—Sun shade, 9 si. 5 lb.; Fortola, 8; Tafetetter, 2.7 ; May Foxione, 7.3; Bcigbi Olive, 7. Surra "Handicap, about one mite.—Hotspur, 9 3t- 3 'lb.: "Baxter, 8.13; San shade, 8.12; Stafiosd. 8.7; 'Ssteman, 7-2; Belalie, 7. .belter Handicap, about seven furlongs.—Bax ter, 9 st. 11 lb.; DonnybrooL, 8.13; Sunshine, 3.11; Fortola, S.3Q; May Fortune, 8.4; Toedale, jJ.2; Lady Mayfield, 8; I/ockie, 8. 1 Trial Stakes, about one mile, weight for age, —Locfcie, 8 st. 10 lb.; Tranquillity, 8.3; Myrae, 3.12; Gay. Lad, 83; Moonlight, 8.10; Easter fait.. £.10; Muldoon, 8.9; Orme, 8.10; Bolalie, 8.1; Srayiea, —; Magician, 8.9; The "Wreck, 8.10: Fheima, 8.11; May Fortune, 8.U; Tosdak, 8.9; Lad}' Mayfield, 8.U; Primrose, 8.12. • liaci Kace, about...

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

LAWN TENNIS. THE THINNING-GUT PROCESS. The tannic carnival was resumed at the Adelaide Oval Courte on Thursday morn ing. iFine weather was experienced, and duririf the day large numbers witnessed the match. His Excellency the Governor and suite were present for a part of the time, and were interested spectators. singles championship. Heath beat Reid, 6-0, 6—3, 7—5. Bice -best Bowen, 6—3, 6—1, 5—6, 7—S. > DOUBLES QlAMPIONSHrP. Bice and Campbell beat Lane and Banxtt, £—0, 4—4, 7—5.. . , , 1 P*Aer and Hant beat WjDie and Robertson, 6^-1, 5—3, 6-4. t MIXED CHAMPIONSHIP. Hiss Wflmoth and Sarzitt beat Miss W-ataon and Beck, 6—4, 8—6. Hies Stewart and QampbeU beat Mas Lovely and Reid, 6—0, 6—4. Mass Addison and Bowen beat HYr Sarr and Rodder, 6—1, 6—4. XADIES* SINGLES Mme OUwart beat Hiss -Parr, 6—1, 6—4. ftGsa Wflsnotfa beat Mrs. Andrews, 6—0, 6—2. Miss Bayliss beat R&gless, 6—4, 4—6, 6—1. Miss Stewart beat 32iae "Thomas, 6—2, 6—1. Ladies* doubles championship: , Miss Addison a...

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

" -taidxig over o£ State debts by • . ' |ae^CommoiiweabhThe • Constitu -" jjtniit.^ireseni provides that theGom monwealth tnayitake oyer the -State •. '^^debts^wiiidri were 'contracted -prior. to , debt at the time of g l-^i^i^fyyfaipBnnnlyd to £199*494,525, . interest charge is The various States have ■ ssnceborrowed 4 ftirther 3642,475,009, .; costing in interest £1,679,124 annually. ' Electors wUl have an opportunity of ; - '■. aathrfTTTsing. . the- - Commonwealth to < take'.over the • whole of the State ' , tiebts. "Hie most eminent .financial . ^'taapSfts a&a that a great saving in . interest, bQl would result. . Tlae \saiing- GOuld be devoted to a ' ^ feuid for the purpose of ex "rinprnghmg >hp debt; and* the Labor '.j'aarty: strongly urge electors to vote ...; K-^Yes" on the brown .ballot paper.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. AUSTRALIANS IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON (N.Z.). March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 18 March 1910

CRi< IyET. AUSTRALIANS IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON (N.ZO. March'17. Idi the cricket 2sj^lch v. Aus-J tralia, the fornu.r intuit bi, in the first inuings. Australia repi j* with 197 fori 7 wickets, Smith making io7 aad Kelle- - way 48

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

*® • iPQJHie lJ.: attentjon onFederal dectiqii day, : •'" A^iilTia, dealing with alteration of the ;: Commonw^thConstitotkui.'

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

Funeral Notices.     The FRIENDS of Mr. G. R. FRANCIS are   respectfully informed that the remains     of his late WIFE (Catherine Sarah) will leave his Residence, Drayton street,       Bowden, on FRIDAY, at 3.30, for inter-   ment in the West Terrace Cemetery.

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