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

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Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

IF IN DOUBT § ABOUT THAT ADVERTISEMENT | .•h RING IIP 2077 Give your instructions to us, aiui| te arlll do the eesL fll.i

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SCRUMPTIOUS GIRL. PRIVATE PETER STUMPIT'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

THE SCflCMPHOUS GIRL. PRIVATE PETER STUMPIT'S STORY. Robert Blatchford, in "Talcj for the Marines.") The scene is a miliiarV camp. Time, after "Lig-hts out." Rvan liic Beauty—Shtumpit, avick, shniti us a cuffer. Sfnmpit—Pay attention to the story o' tlie Scrumshu? Gel. This cuffer's gospel truth: or as near as you can expect to get it. It happened early in the twenties, an' was told to me by Hairy liiliffe, the Pioueer, as had it from his own father, as was struck dead for tellin' the truth. You must know that the Old Scuts was Ivin' near the borders o' the Ka jab of jey poor's territories; an' the Colonel an' officers o' the Scuts an' the raja!i got as thick as thieves, an' vas continual a-dining- an' visjtin , uirn ahoui. an' wh;n more nateral than they should take to yamblin' to kill lime, see-in' as 'civ in lnja Time 'as a pair o' club feet, and moves always at the slow march. Wherefor they played 'igh an' they played low, an' they played 'ell gene rally; hut the rajah 'e always...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

METEOROLOGICAL. Forecast {issued at 9 p.m.).—Fine and warm to liot, with northerly winds chiefly Barometer at 9 p.m-, 30.11. __ Temperatures.—Maadmum shade, 86.7 ; manmnm mm, 146.9; minimum, 55.5. WEATHEE NOTES I Warzaer conditions were <arperieaccd throughout ■ i the Sbite to-day- The maximum shAde tem perature at Adelaide was Bo.7, which is the ■ uighcst tor ihe preasiit moijuh- The previous highest reading* lor 2iarch was 83.2 on the third. The t-emperaUires at country 6Utions during the uay wtrre also iairly warm- Euela reported a wtviwMim of 191 degrees, and other stations 10 record 90 degrees or over were—Streaky iJay, 91, and S»owiown 90. 2t "was much cooler, however, along the south coast, and in the south east- During the 24 faourt previous to 8.30 a.m. on Friday no rain had fallen throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory, and also throughout Western Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania. light to heavy rain was reported from the north-eastern end ooasta...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE AUTUMN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

' THE AUTUMN' REGATTA. The following is th programme for the Autumn Regatta to teld on the Biv«r Torrens this afternoju Sejijor-Junior Fours (lor senior oarsmen who t sve not won a senior race).—North Side—Mer cantile B-C.—J. Wilson (bow), II si; L. TV. Butterick (2), 1L7; E. F. DoyLe <3, 12.0; B. Oole'maix (stroke), 11.0; E. Woodhead (Cox), 6.2. South Side.—University B.C.—1*. C. A- Foowtchon rbovr), 10.0; F. F. Espie (2), 12.1; T. 1L Hardy (3-, 12-1; C. T. Madigaa (stroke), TP_fl; Wade „cox), 6.0. Maide. Foots (tubs fiaed).—JTorth Side.—Mer cantile R.C.—W. E. Flint (bow), 1CL2; H. A Douglas (2), 9.9; 1\ 1L Lembke (3), 1G.11; A. Jlickjels (stroke;, 10.2; T. J?hiliipson (coxj, 7.0. S-juth Side—Torrens R.C.—C. Bourne (bowj, 10.^;1 Ij, Siieppard (2), 10.4; W. E. Alexander <«y, 12.8; H. Leedham (stroke;. 12.9; A. Edwards (coxjjj fcfl. 1 Maiden Sculls.—Xorth Side.—TV. A. Robins ^T.&.C.). South Side—S L. Nevrfing (A-KjC.) | Maiden Fours (half outiig Used).—N...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

f LAWN TENNIS. The sixth day's plav in connection with: - the present tournament was commenced'.^ on Friday morning in the presence of a. ^ large number of spectators. The weather ; though .a trifle warm was pleasant ^ throughout, and some capital tennis was" witnessed. The Singles Championship of Australasia resulted in a win for Heath, * the Victorian representative, who is play- ^ ing in his best form. The Doubles Cham- > pionship, between O'Dea (S.A.) and* Heath (Vic.), and Parker (N.S.W.) and * Hunt (S.A.) was an excellent exhibition*^ and after an exciting gaz&e was won by;J the former in the fifth sets. The Mixedji Doubles Championship was an interest- * ing event. Miss Addison and Power won-;, the tirst set, but after this Ttfiww Boyce'3 and Taylor got their length and-finally 2 won. A—6, 6—2, 8—6. The driving of • 1 Miss Addison and the serving of miss Boyce were admirable. Heath and O'Dea ^ and Price and Campbell are matched to. play the final of the Doubles Cha...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADIAN NAVY. BRITISH CRUISER AS TRAINING SHIP. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

CANADIAN NAVY, j BRITISH CRUISER AS TRAINING SHIP. LONDON. March 18. j The British first-class cruiser Kiobe,! 111,000 tons, has been thoroughly over- j hauled and fitted for service as a-train ing ship in .the Navy..

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STEAMER ASHORE. POSSIBILITY OF REFLOATING. MELBOURNE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

STEAMER ASHORE. POSSIBHITY OF REFLOATING. MECSOtTBSB, Match IS. lbs steamer Kakapou went oehoie at j Devonport West, TasraasiB, owing -to]; heavy tog, this nwrais^ There is aji paMfMUfe at wflfflitlng iwt,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOMMY BURNS INDISPOSED. WILL NOT FIGHT AT EASTER. SYDNEY, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

TOMMY BUHNS INDISPOSED. "WILL NOT FIGHT AT EASTEB. SYDNEY, March 18. Tommy Suras, the ex-champion pugi list, who has been indisposed through eating cucumber, has been advised by his d6ctor that he must not fight Bill Lang, the Australian champion, on Easter Mon day night as arranged. The later date of the contest has yet to be fixed.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURE. NOTES ON AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

AGRICULTURE. NOTES ON AGBICDLTURE. (By "Agrieola.") I After many years of weaiy waiting, agri : cultura is now becoming a splendidly or I g&ntsed scientific industry. Twenty years • ago it was considered a calling requiring j only physical strength; to-day it stands as a profession requiring skill and train ed intelligence. Agriculture has at last ! attained a dignity little dreamed of a few I yars ago. The Departments of Agriculture in the various States have been working assiduously to conquer many of the prob lems confronting the farmer. Their labors are bearing fruit. The farmer of twenty years ago was ignorant of soil fertility, knew little of the conservation of soil moisture, exhaustion of soils or the pro-j per methods of soil manuring. To-day the progressive fanner has a most intelligent I knowledge of all that goes to make 3 sue cessful man. Our officers in tlEe Department of Agri culture iiavb been most successful in dealing with -soil fertility, and have direc te...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LITERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

LITERARY NOTES.. To Mr. Stephen Gwyim was allotted the task of writing an introduction to selec tions from the writings and correspon dence of Charlotte Grace-O'Brien, the' gif ted daughter of Smith O'Brien, and- aunt of the biographer. Endowed with that wealth of sympathy for which her race ; is noted, Miss O'Brien devoted her ser .vices to improving the conditions for the Irish emigrants. Language fails to de scribe the truly revolting system by which Irish girl3 in particular, divorced by unjust land lawe from their own coun try, were transported to America. That she made mistakes she herself acknow-J ledged, but that she transformed the emi grant service conditions is Elizabeth Fryj did the prison system cannot be denied. | Her deepest love was of course for her; father, and as "The Spectator" points out she had him in mind when she wrote:— "Some natures are like wall fruit, beau-' tif ul and fruitful in one direction, bare: and unsightly in another. For instance,, we take one m...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

KOKD Stopped Uy Hair Falling in 3 Days!" "My hair came out in-handfuls. I was frightened even to wash it. Koko is certainly marvellous for stopping the hair coining out and eradicating dandruff. Before I had used one-bottle my hair started to grow again, and-is now twice as thick as ever it was, and looks simply lovely—quite wavy and fluffy. Koko is the nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshing, exquisitely clean, and delightfully cool. (Name ^givea on application). We publish this letter to prove to you that Koko is the -clean est, coolest, most delightful preparation for the hair possible to produce. We can say nothing to equal the wonderful claims made for Koko by customers (original letters will be gladly shown on request). Some tell us their friends "Rave about it;" others say it made their hair grow again in. a few weeks; that it cured Scalp troubles of long standing. Several have said Koko cured them of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically of the way is cleans th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

' ' ADELAIDE PRODUCE MAHKET. ■ | ' Tbe Adelaide ChiDed Butter and Produce Com 5Urcii IB :-^Butter—The martet coofcimzes actire for all grades; c^oioe hqu fee 'tones "in fair supply; prime separatees -wanted wre wt?<^ectbr^72^]y ' £y buc .taon JLC.B. creameryanri good to'choice facior^' PfjctB, 1/1£ to 1/34; ordinary ketones, prime *-iri«; sod separators, 1/ to 1/2; medium: do. .lOd. to lld-;sto*es an dcollectorB% 8£dL to MkL Eggs—Good demand 2or prime guaranteed fresh; hoc at 1/2; dnck, 1/3. Ctoecse—Steady trade1 demand at 5£d. to 63d. for prime Quality in large v> loaf sizes. Bacon active at fyi. to g^d.^for IGd. to lid.; stores and collectors', Sid. to IQd baxns, 9d. to I0£d.; lard, bulk, 6d.; bladders, 6kJ.: jackets, ?d. Honey firm at< ad. lor prime clefti -ixuacted: dark and interior not wanted at 3d. .* beeswax. 1/ to 1/L Brandis almoDds nominally ?£d.; mixed softshell 6vL to 6^iL; kcnaels, 1/5 to 1/4. live Poultry—Supplies now rcaching isarKEt Store fr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CIVIL SERVICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

THE CIVIL SEE VICE. To the Editor. Sir—in His letter of the l?th ingf. on : the above subject "D. S." makes special, mention of glut bands, and whole com-: plaining that some of them have lately been appointed over the heads of "so called permanent officers," offers no ex planation for what he apparently, con siders an infringement of his own and. his fellows" rights. He omits to statei that in one instance at least the atten* tion of the House was drawn to the mat* ter by Mr. Crawford Vanghan, satisfactory reasons for the appointment^ were furnished by the then Treasurer.' Just at preseit I occupy the position off. an "ordinary glut hand" in one of-thai departments, and while by "D. S." and; others of that ilk I may be deemed pre-ti sumptive for faring to express an. opinion on the matter, I cannot refrain; from asking one question, to which later. on I shall doubtless receive a satisfactory: reply. "The splendid efficiency of the-< Service to which the successful govem-...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

Subscription to •■THE DAILY HERALD," £1 3/-deliwerad,-£t 9/*posted, per annum. Order At' Once*

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY March 18 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

SYDNEY PRODUCE MABKET. RVTYKTOV WomTi Ifi I Wheat, buyers 4/1;. fanners on both; tides of the Murray "are holding no sales* in these the lines are reported in Syd ney. Flour, £10 5f per tion; country lots, £10 2/6; bran,- £4 10; .pollard, £4j 10/; chaff, £3 to £4.10/6.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

PRICES.. Wheat.—3/lli.to 4/. per buslssl cm tracks, fort Adelaide, farmers' lots. 1 flour.—Ijeading city brands, £20; cosb try brands, £9 15/. per ton delivered in; Adelaide. Bran.—1/D& per bushel delivered Ade laide. ' Pollard.—1/li per bushel delivered'Ade laide. -v Algerian Oats.—1/9- per bushel-on-trneka. Port Adelaide. .Bailey.—Cape, 2/3 to 2/6: malting, Spia 373 on trucks -Port Adelaide. Hay.—£2 2/6 to £2 5/ for best sheaved delivered in Adelaide. Chaff.—£2 15/ to £3 5/ per ton of 22411 lb. on tracks Adelaide raalway station. Cornsaeks.—On spot, 4/7 per dozen: on trucks Port Adelaide. Branbags.—3/6 per dozen on tracks Port Adelaide. .Potatoes.—Mount Gambier, £5 20/ to<-£6 10/ tin trucks at Mount Gambles; Victo rian, £6 on tracks Adelaide. 'Onions.—£3 75/ to j£4 15/ - per ton on trucks Adelaide. Butter (at auction).—Best factory, lfli to 1/3J; ordinary factories and dairies* lid. to 1/2. Eggs , (at auction).—Hen, 1/2; ducks, 3/3. Cheese (at auction).—5Jd. to ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRICE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

PRICE OF WHEAT. -The Acting Trades Commissioner iai Xondon- telegraphed-on March 17±£> thet ■Government:—"Wheat market ■ firmer, held for 3d..-higher; Liveipool market, firm with fair demand; present month's shipment by steamer bought at 39/ per quarter.'" , ,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

MELBOURNE PHOWJCE MAfiKETS. - ftTrSLBOoBKE, Match 18, 1 ,,JW3ieaV4/i; -oais, miiling 2/2y ieed 2A4, storit white 2/4, iartarian 2/6; " barley,' ■malting '4/, Cape 2/7,- feed 2/5; flour, £10; rbran, *llid.J ppllard. 1/; maize, 2/11; peas,, •4/(3; beansi 97;-potatoes, 80/- onioas, 70/; chaS, 52/6; hay, 80/; straw, Tasmanian. 60/, Victorian 35/. ,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OSMOND PARK BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

OSMOND PABK BAND CONCERT. On Sunday afternoon next the Locomo tive Junior Brass Band will give another of their pleasant Sunday afternoon con certs of sacred and classical mus t in Os mond Park, which is easily reached by the Parkside and TJnley electric car. A collection is to be taken up in aid of the band fund, and the public are asked to do their share to make the conceits a suc cess by. contributing liberally to the boxes. Music lovers of tfcu eastern suburbs were afforded a real treat last Wednesday evening, when the Norwood Wesley Choir gave a performance of Stainer' Easter oratorio, The Crucifixion. The town hall was filled with an appreciative audience.; The choir, which was augmented to 80 | selected voices, gave a very line render ing of the chorus work, especially the un accompanied God S Loved he World The Appeal of the Crucified, and Worthy is the Lamb and Hallelujah (Handel). Hiss Scherer gave a fine interpretation of Coleridge-Taylor's song The Easter Morn, with 'cel...

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