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TRAMPS IN CANADA. IMPORTATIONS FROM THE UNITED STATES. VANCOUVER, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

TRAMPS IN CANADA. IMPORTATIONS PROM THE XJNITED STATES. VANCOUVER, March 18. The entry into Canada, of tramps and other undesirables from the United States has become such a nuisance that public action is being taken by residents on the border line, near Blaine. A petition, extensively signed, has been handed to the Dominion Government, asking for better protection against these llT>ri P ft,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWLESSNESS IN IRELAND. POLICE DEFEATED. PROBABLE INTERFERENCE BY TROOPS. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

POLICE DEFEATED. PROBABLE INTERFERENCE BY TROOPS. LONDON, March. 18. The hill regions of West Cork, Ireland, 1 have Lately been the scene of much law- J lessness. In order to quell thie police were sent to pot a stop to the disturb ance, but when they got there they were ' set upon by a, mob and bad to retreat dc* | feated. I It is stated that th£ disturbance-may | impel the (jovenunent to trwpg there, fn minnm biiWi

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. COLLISION WITH A BRAKE VAN. TWO LADIES INJURED. GUARD'S MIRAGULOUS ESCAPE. SYDNEY, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. COLLISION WITH A BRAKE VAS. TWO LADIES INJURED. GUABD-'S MIEACajLOUS ESCAPE. SYDKEY, March 18. The second division of the western mail train, which left Bathurst for Syd ney zdglxt, met with a sensational ac cident at Wambool early this morning. A goods train from Sydaey was standing in, the siding, and the brake van was pro-' jocting over the points of the main line. The mail train crashed into the brake van, dislodging the van from its wheels. When the train pulled up it was found thit two lady passengers were injured, while the side of one car was broken, and another damaged- The guard, whose name is Ausero, was seated in fcho brake i van, and had a miraculous escape. The ran was completely wrecked. and the tnnfl tzain vas^el^yed'for. an famr

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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PEARY AT THE POLE. A SCEPTICAL GOVERNOR. DESCRIBES PEARY AS A "FAKER." VANCOUVER, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

PEAEY AT THE POLE. A SCEPTICAL GOVERNOR. DESCRIBES PEABY AS A "FAKER." VANCOUVER, March IS. I Rear-Admiral Peary, of Arctic fprrw-, | u ho has been touring the south of the | United States for the purpose of lectur ; ing, has cut his tour short on account vf the refusal of Governor Brown, of Georgia, to introduce him to an audience at Atlanta, the capital of that State. The Governor described Peary as a "•faker," who had changed his arctic plans.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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WHAT IS A WEDDING? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

WHAT IS A WEDDING-? During- the hearing- of an alleged' breach of promise case in the Civil! Court yesterday, a witness complained that he could not speak English well,: and could not understand the questions' put to him. When he was asked if hej knew what a marriage was, he cod-! fessed that he did not know, and both; the counsel for the plaintiff and thej Judge made repeated attempts to en lighten him. One said, "wedding-," | another "marriage," and then in quick] succession came the terms "marriage; ceremony," "tmketriing," "shivoo, j tispree," and "good time;" but still | the witness professed that -he jvas igno-j rant of the nature of the solemn com-J pact.

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DEFENCE AND MILITARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

DEFENCE AND MILITARISM. Heavy expenditure on-non^jiodaetivej insrimrions is to be avoided if pos-j sible. It is unfortunate that the estab lishment of a defence force is quite the most costly of all national neces sities and that economically the com munity derives no benefit from the outlay. In the past Australia has had no comprehensive plan of defence and the cost of the States' miKtia forces has been comparatively sma'J but since the initiation of Fedetation the national pulse has Quickened and national : safety has become a vital question. I Unquestionably war is a horrible, l barbarous practice, aud a foul blot , upon our boasted civilisation; but al : though every humanist has an abhor ireuce of war, facts and not sentiment iffttiisti-'preyail. VVe-nmst loGR-the-^wsir lion squarely in the face, and it is im possible to escape the conclusion that Australia must be prepared to fight should the occasion unhappily arise. The ominous fact that all cations are increasing their anna...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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The Daily Herald. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1910. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Cfe Ha% ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 3310. IMMIGRATION. The-necessity for a larger population is as fnfly recognised by the Labor Earty as it is by the roost ardent of immigration advocates among- the va rious Fosionist parties of the Federal and State Parliaments. There is, how ever, a vital difference in the object sought to be attained by the Laboi Party and that which actuates theii opponents. The Fusionist landholders aivd large employers of labor have only one purpose in view in their anxiety tc increase the population. Their aim is not the benefit of Australia, but oi themselves. They desire so to flood the labor market as to enable there to obtain workers at their own price, and to preveat the possibility of those already hece successfafly fighting foi better- -condition s. Some—maoy^-jii fact—have' always advocated the free -admission of what they term "suitable Tabor," that is Asiatic labor, for the development of the northern interior. They have been silenced for the pre...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

MAIL NOTICES. HjffnsiH ST&iXS -AND CANADA.—Mariposa. ; G&fiA? 3SUTA1N aod CAKADA.—April 9—vik Vseaoxurer—3 pA. Qta>e fee, 2.20 pm.* money i^uiecs at 12 soqd)i Mabuta. WESTEBX AUSTRALIA, COUQMBQ^ SUEZ, rat fa wflfy—French steamer Sydney Wa.r«h 26. Vonpapesa-Mtd par.krte, 953D a.m.; tettezs, I0J50 «a; jaxe lettexs, 1£W5 ud. German -steamer Snogin £teise, Apri? L Newspapers «od pac kets, .5.45 letters. Efc45 am ; late IwJs&ia, 21 &JZL IHHtBAN (KceeQ.—March 22—3 pjn. .(late lee, 5^ overland to MeDxraroe, tbesce per £UL—jSvrch 21, 3 pJiL, overland to .Sydney, SELAGGA BAX^ThJRBAN, AM) ESST I.ON DQH.—Maareb 23, 3 p.m. (late fee, 330 p^L^-wye* land toJCeOMmrse, tbcocc ner Buceras. HGBGK0NG, JAPA3C, and KANH/A-^laxch 22 —3 j.m ^ate fee, 3^0 pjb.), overlaid to ney, thaice per jUdetdism. 3*VA EO£T£ And SINGAPORE.—March 21 (aboot)—33Ehmg. LORD HOWE, NORFOLK, and NEW HER B2*#ES.—jSarca 30—3 overland -4o .Sydney. MONTE VIDEO, BUENOS AYRES, CHILI, RIO JAKEEBO, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Special Advertisements. 1be Daily ATW.T.ATTffi. SOBaMIDTIOHi Delivered. 'One year ^ „ .'£,1 3 ^<o Six months .—: o Jl 6 33m* months .» o 5 9 Posted. -One year -- . —j£i 9 o Sis .months i..: o 14 6 Tiree jaonths «m aju ■« 7, .3 _AI14iterary ^matter, -correspondence, 3EjMjrts, and general news matter must be addressed "The -Editor/'- ' '<£ A<xpuhtsaiid all business commu .nications must -be addressed "Tiie Manager-" TO ASSURE ATTENTION, BUSI NESS 'and LITERACY "MATTER MUST .be forwarded in separate en velopes: TO BOYS AM) (MLS. The management "Xhe Daily "HeraW* invite the aid of young Labor supporters. A cUarmiiig work of -act will tie pre sented. to £ACH BOY AMO CIRL who secures a half-yeai snbEcription to The Daily Herald." , At the - of three months—from March 7-ihe boy and girl who have se cured the largest number of subscribers ' will each receive a HANDSOME WATCH as a rewjird for their industry. -One picture will be given to every boy and gill wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Funeral Notices. M.HfAliflttllf&SSliS, Ondertakeps, Embalmeps, and Punepal Directors, 144446, Pslteoey Sired, Adelaide fftiDiie 76a), flnawghgpoJSoad, GlanvlUe {ThopeCO). OorattyOslen-and Telegrams promptly-attended ALL^WOKK DOUE.3Y UNION LABOE 75w»c "JtofetonsHMotices. I IHti'ARIfrft- .--J^CHBISIXAK CHDBCH, U • ffAKRITO.n STREET. Ber.!j)r. Tudor Jones, - apt ^Wtpniington; -^few Zealand. ltoTnmg,' ll-^The "Efeserit "Position of Liberal. iMigkin .in Britain. .Europe, and America." An* tbem, "I sm Alpha <asd Omega" (Stainer). Enado^, 7—*Tn>e Jrcscnt Poiktion of the Prob lem of Insmortaliiy." Anthem, **As Pants Hbe Harf* (Spohr). £5olo, "Jerusalem, Thou that irawd: the Prophets" (Mendelssohn), Miss Olive Osmond. X>tgam*ri»iri<3iairmfister, Mr. W, B. £&ax, F3LI-C. - : - Tueafay Evening-, Jludi _22. at 8 p.ia.—5)r. Jftw* v0t Xiecfaore. on "Qne "of the Creators, of <he fa*fwn of fee .Ftainre—Professor Eocken, of HITB- SANK1N wfll.spes...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

iKmiaTA-ifan.il is. Virimjii, iu £80&4GSK, J[ro>zi tin Tnrrtr ni^TTInli n Ti' Hii ,.c-» fxom vest cocsL fiTOKTl—March IB. *frrr ■'finite KiDgdOBL Jva$fr 2ar WjhUui ii Anatolia. Bntabaak** ®8 Jaws, Sot EMtem States. ■Vrii^i BrifUiii .<STT5fens, Jar tfrghrn fitafrpff,. ii < I VmiW&A*, jjjggck^^-^axnred—Igraeroo, &, ^M^^rtcpt-TStoias; ^ericalind fftpfliryr, {cam -©033PGKTS. TU WJI mm, jflfnoh 35.—Aixwed—^unereHa, lor JldboQine. HBBT»Qei3H$OS^-e»iled:afaztii IT—CadeU, •*, lor^Caxt Afe. HKT "VICTORIA-—Sailed: aiarch 17 Jcaae Su&g, i, ior Port Adei&tde. BMWhTipnH—Sailed: March 17—Wanawoe, fcr Pojfc Adelaide. ABTKOSRgK.~-Apca»ed: ^Marcfc 17-^ic^aor, i &,.lram Boti jitftefanfe. SaSed, ttfiuarcft JB-3&I rtnrriw, fetch, -"for JBorfc AfWmlp. &ms POKES. f unnnw; «»■»* IZ»—Sailed—T^o,. far Homy KEHKSBK, Fii"i' 33.—Arrived—Baby, from . Oifpit' fwm JHCenfevoitt Sailed-" 1 3hiimi rt Juty,sfl" Jfoigan c jetofeb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Amusements. West's Pietupes MATI1EE This (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON at 2-BO. • J3HJXJ3EE5T SIXPENCE TO AXT, PASTS OF THE HOUSE. WEST'S OLYMP1A. Under Direction .. .. „ .. .. . Mr. T- J. West. 200L, COMFORTABLE, COMMOOIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. ofeIL WEST'S PICTURES. "The Pre-eminent and Incomparable, Assisted by L. De Groen's Vice-Regal Orchestra. West's Popt lar Prices—21, ye, 1/, and Gd. Children Half-price to all parts except Galleiy. Bojplan and Day Sale at Duhst & Biven's. PHED .MARSH, Managpr. NOTHING TO RAT £&0)A EASTER TILL MAY AT-12 HINDLEY STREET. Commencing Xext Week—Bemsxkable Hucgacun, SACOO-HO Wili, living on soda water, $nd cigarettes to smoke, begin a J&5T OF FORTY THREE DAYS. - . . . THIS EVENING, at 8.30, A BIG CHANCE OF P&OGBAKME BY THOMAS' PICTURES at Henley Beach. Also, TONIGHT, at &30, NEW SONGS AKE DANCES, SKETCHES, fx., by The PIERKOTS at Semaphore and Glenelg. JJQNDAY—AT GLEKEL<5—Special benefit pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Special Advertisements. A LARGE VARIETY OF ft£&ESTWf liTER MATERIALS RBMStE COODS AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. , DIRECT AND MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. IK'S INVITE INSPECTION OF THEIR VALUES IH T«£ LATCST MtLLI WERY AMU DRESS GOODS. jRU^bs, CARPETS, AttS FiUJOR COVER1NCS. CAEEFDfcA-TTENTIOif TOORT»KKS BOB GOODS OR PATTERNS. AOOJJESS—DCWiALDSO«*S, 22 RUNOIE STREET. Ml.fiUIWl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GEOTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors. M«f.=rs- LENNON, HYM AN, & JjENNON NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. TELE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. • TO-NIGHT, FIRST APPEARANCE OJ- THE WONDERFUL KELSO BOYS, Expert Jugglers and Hoop-Spinners. Complete New Programme by our Great Combination of Star Artists, DELEVALE and GILBERT. STELI.A JLEIJX Wlhb PEVjSRJEAUX. LILY VOCKLEK. HARRY SADLER. ROSE SISTERS. TE'VSTAKLEY. ROY BENE CHAR WA3TE. MORRISSEY AND ALTON. BRICHTIE SMITH. Our Special Venture—Moving FinUirrg by the Great MIORAMJL. Regular Empire Prices—2\ 1.., and 63. Brxplan at JDuh>T & Biven's : l>ookinff fee 6d. extra. - . GBA3D RATIONAL CONCERT TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING. S.A. CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES, INCORPORATED. The 1910 Exhibition MARCH it TO MAY 4. GRAND OPENING CEREMONY THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24. Season Tickets-now ready £11/for set of three (Ccntleman's and...

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THE SHARE MARKET. Friday-evening. London-Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

THE SHAKE MARKET.! Friday-even ing. London-Quotations. Silver-lead and copper stocks were easier, with the exception of Hampdens and Fitzroys, which improved 1/ and 6d. Gold shares vrere well noted, and values further improved. The Stock Exchange of- Adelaide. Western Australian gold stocks again claimed the most attention of traders, but the bulk of the business was restric ted to Golden Links, Chaffers, North Kal gurli, and Perseverance. Values, follow ing London quotations, were iirmer. Sil ver-lead shares were quiet, with small trading effected in Broken Hills, British, Junctions, and Souths at slightly easier prices. Copper and tin stocks were quiet and only small business was done in a few of the usual lines at weaker rates, with the exception of Fitzroys, which put cm 3d. Zinc Corporation and Amalgamated Zinc improved slightly. Investment stocks were inactive, except in Adelaide Steam ship and iS.A. Brewing (con.) at about late values.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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METHODIST GENERAL CONFERENCE. TO MEET IN ADELAIDE IN MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

METHODIST GENERAL CONFERENCE. TO MEET Df ADELAIDE IN MAY. A conference of representatives of the Methodist Church in Australia will be held in Adelaide in May. The names of the delegates areNew South Wales— The Revs. J. Woolnough, J. Beale, J. E Carruthers, Dr. Brown, W. Vv. Rutledge, W. H. Beale, Dr. Sellors J. G. Wheen, P. J."Stephen, W. E. Bromilow, and J. M. Taylor, Messrs. VV. Robson, T. H. Eng land, E. Vickery, J. Cook, J. Vickery, P. K. glade, J Blanksby. R. H. Ducker, E. K. Bowden, Dr. McClelland, J. L. Fegan, F. Oaer, and E. Lonsdale. The es-oliKio representatives are the President (the Rev. C. J. Prescott), the secreiary (the Rev. W. Pearson), the Rev. B. Oanks, and Mr. R. S. Callaghau (general secretary and treasurer of foreign missions). Vic toria and Tasmania—Tbe Revs. L'r. Fit chett, A. T. Hoiden, A. K. Edgar, E. H. Sugden, T. Adamson, a. £. B. vVoodXuC, A E. Aibiston, R. Philp. F. Lade, R Kelly, H. Salov.ay. H. Woruali, 11. Dit tericli, J- W. Grove, S. J. Hoban, £. Kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Duchess Chest, 4 roomy drawers, fitted with locks and keys, bev elled mirror, in light or dark wood; price £2 12/6. Cash or Terms Packing free. Safe Delivery Guaranteed. Open Fridays until b p.m. .Venetian Bedstead, full size, nicely moun ted, in nickel, heavy, pillars; price £3 15/. Dining Boom Suite, of 7 pieces, consisting of 6 dining chairs and 1 arm chair, strong and well made; price £2 18;a. UnArkmn'o The Homemakers, nUUpci ® j Hindley and Leigh Streets, Adelaide.

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COMMERCIAL, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

€§MMERCIAi, Th&^wheat-maa&et yesterday vas-un jwtaaged. He ports from London were a ^SUttle indefinite in character. On the ;**whofc, however, the-market-was inclined i|to4>er£nn. Oats werequiet, and is poor «demsnd- Pollard was rather quiet, and leather weak, while bran had a splendid fjdfimaiid, and was firmer in tone. ■■ In the produce market, butter was ^steady, while eggs had good demand at Advanced prices. Potatoes and onions re pnained unchanged at previous market' ' In 'view of the important place that yndm is likely to occupy as a factor in ^determining the future of the grain mar Scats of the world during the nest few ambnths^ the following extracts fnom fBroomhali's Com Trade News," of Feb ruary 8 are interesting:— JWha—The crops are flourishing, and *oor Delhi correspondent claims mat the •wheat will yield, even if it does not get drojp of rain. There is a great; .store of moisture in the ground, and the %dsnt is stroag enough to follow it. Stmts •verm...

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STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

STOCKS AND STTAttWg BAh'KS. *a*gosti, bcottish, and Australian (Cvdeben turesj, buyer lfl/li. Kn^iislij iscottistl, sod Australian , ^i\pff>rrr^\ in scribed), bayer lti/14. itogliisb, ikiottish, and Australian (prefezxed'in scribed), buyer 12/6, seller 12/3. Bask of Adelaide, buyer £8 9/6. Comaierciai Back (ordinary), buyer 14/9, seller 15/6. Commercial Basic (preference), buyer £6 4/6, seller £6 8/. National Bank (preference), buyer £12 12/. National Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 1/5, seller £5 17/. INVESTMENTS. Colonial Mutual Fire, buyer 62/9, -seller-64/6. Klder, Smith, buyer £5 10/6. Adelaide Steamship, 38/10£, closing bayer 58/6, seller 39/3. Union Mew Zealand, buyer 32/6. Melbourne Trams, buyer 42/6, seller 43/3. Sftverton Trams, buyer £5 2/, seller £5 4/6. Brewing Co. (paid), buyer 24/. Brewing Co. (com), 8/6, closing buyer 8/6, sel ler 8/9. Idoa Brewery, buyer 6/6. Swan Brewery,* seller 75/6. Adelaide Steam "rug, buyer 68/. Howard Smith (preference, paid), buyer 21/6. Howard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

PublicNotices. fif" or T'-H E B*A. ETOIL i?nnBui<ioiSecfoiiLg2 ofihe land T«loeJswB •. -ixnc&t Act. lSSS, Futiic- lioticw is heidiy (wen Hue xktnscH orf the Huxucipal Ootpoxaiaan *"«! Thriattfco» there,,in aooardmoce wi£h the pro ia&ata «f tbe) said. Act. caused aa Assessment ' 'bft aade. ox the Eatable ftmie^y wtiiiic the V <and htTfi appnwd of the stme, '^Snd* wuieiUMoT «uch approval b« been written tire loot ofi the' said Aatwment, «nd signed .-ipy>tte >i)H pwnrf ^fae Tsnm. Clyfi. Thai a oopj wjf tito-ssid M** unimij may be inspected st 'the -Qerk on alL'days between the , %ilkoOE8^9 iA/sod 4 p-jfr., "with the exception of fc lCoqa»jwmKi^dJio SotidajB,'wben the Office will Jlje -tihwecU aoftd Saturdays, when tbe Office wOI - Sonly^ be ope» 4»uU»eba the Skmus of 9 a.in. and r.SiML'; Any iPoaan interested in the eaid ; ^Aassva>Bixt^beins:<fissat3£dled therewith .may ap-l *- *re*l 4» ifae OatnBdaDOOcs XS»s-or t<K^t...

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