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TRAMWAY MATTERS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

TRAMWAY MATTEBS. To the Editor. Sir—I would draw your attention to a matter which not only concerns the re sidents of Mitcham, but other suburbs "where the horse cars run. Regarding t.he Mitcham train, it leaves the Adelaide lost office every_ half-hour, and catches a horse car at the cro6s roads. Several times lately my wife and I have waiteri ill minutes for a Mitcham car, and when it has come it has been rushed, and we have had a difficulty to get in, and on one occasion were left behind, the car oeing full. But what a difference at the end of the first penny section—the car is 1'alf empty. Now, as the Uriley caTg" run every few minutes, and the Mitcham cars every 30 minutes, I think the Trust ought to make some arrangements, so that Mit cham' cars only carry Mitcham passen gers. For instance, when the caT comes along marked "Mitcham," the conductor coold call out "Mitcham only," and then go right through to Mitcham, and if any Onley paople are on board let them walk back from th...

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

BOOTMAKERS' CONFERENCE. Mr- W. P. Jackson, secretary of the Bootmakers' Mm, yesterday received a telegram from,the general secretary of tile federation, staling that the con ference which it it was proposed to hold in Adelaide at Easter had been post posed until the decision of the High Court in the bootmaking- case has been given.

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

THE REFERENDUM. Two referendum votes will require attention on Federal election day, April 13, dealing with alteration .of the -Commonwealth Constitution. I

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

ECONOMY IN PAVBSG. In connection with the refuse -de ■strnctor jn Halifax street, the City Council is having erected a plant for making cement pavers "for paths. The idea is to make use of another "Waste product. The clinkers from the furnace will be crushed to fine sand in a mill, and the sand will be hoisted by a chain of buckets into a mixer, after which the blocks will be made under hydraulic pressure. The machine; will make as many slabs in a day as are made at the North terrace depot now in a week, and- a considerable sav ing is expected to result. At the pre sent time the corporation is using the ■cement pavers for foothpatbs in place of siafce. Mintaro slate costs 16/ a. yard, and lasts |rom 1S to 20 years; cemeat blocks -cost 6/ a yard and ■last 16 years. The Town Clerk and the City Engineer, who piloted the members of the council and the press men over the various places under their control on Friday afternoon, were very painstaking and lucid in their explana tions. Mr. El...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE. PRIES V. GLIEBER. VERDICT FOR THE DEFENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

ALLEGED BREACH 01 PE0MISE. P3IES V. GLIEBEE. VERDICT FOB THE DEFENDANT. A ease of alleged breach of promise in which, contrary to the usual nature of these cases, the applicant was a man and the defendant a woman, was before Mr. Justice-Gordon in the Supreme Court yesterday. The parties to the action were Peller Otto Fries, a German, about 40 years of age, and Annie Marguerita Glieber, a widow, boardinghouse keeper, residing on North terrace. Mr. N. A. Webb represented the plain tiff and Mr. &. H -Lathlean the defen dant. Pries asked £440 for breach of pro mise of marriage and £26 19/6 damages, which was represented by money ex 1-ended by the plaintiff on behalf of the defendant. The items which made up this total were lady's -costura. £8 10/; dress suit, £6 10/; two silk hats and ties, X2 2/; shirts, collars, necklets, gloves, handkerchiefs, £7; two engagement rings, £8 17/6; total, £26 19/6. In opening his case Mr. Webb said that in the'ordinary circumstances a man could e...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. WEEKLY MEETING. The weeUy meeting of the Trades and Labor Council was held at the Trades Hall last, evening. The President (Mr. -W. C. Taylor) presiding. Over AO were present. New Delegates. The following new delegates were in troduced to the meeting, having been ap Stinted by their respective societies:— essrs. H. Phillips (Liquor Trades Em ployes* Union), EL LoveQ (Operative Bakers' Onion), J. Gunn (Drivers' Asso ciation), G. C. Tavtor and J. M. Dale (United Laborers' Union), 3. Sunders and P. Hughes (Mason and Bricklayers' Union), A. H. Shaw (Federated Candle, Soda, Soap, and Staiachmak.ers* Union), F. G. Williams, A. J. Wood, and J. Drammnnd (Furniture Trade Employes' 'Union). Nationalisation of Mines. A communication -was received from the Labor Council - of lifew South Wales acknowledging a resolution previously carried by the Trades aiid Labor Council with reference to the nationalisation of mines. Immigration of Women Workers. A letter was received ...

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

I A P C^B ^ your *al£tes' ^9cks> ^wellery, k, from kMDVil ^yr r vH 1 Em W\ "pERRYMAN & CO., Manufacturing JeweKers, 56, King Wm. Street fifciiHiilfft

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

AKSWDES TO CQBBJBSPONBENTS. "B. BeH," assistant secretary Builders Laborers' Onion, writes with reference to the report of the United Laborers' Union, which appeared in "The Daily Herald" of Wednesday, that the statement that certain members of the U-L.U. had their names placed on the membership roll of the Builders' Laborers' Union without^ their authority, is untrue. He states hia society has not a me'nber who has not paid his initiation fee, and adds that Mr. J. Viant was the first to pay Euch fee. The writer challenges the oflicers of the| United Laborers' Union to disprove his assertions. "Driver."—Inquest held on June 13 and 15, 1885, at Lord Melbourne Hotel, North Adelaide on bodies of Lines (2), and O'Connor. Verdict—Elizabeth Lines and Maurice O'Connor were murdered (shot) by Alfred Lines, who subsequently com mitted suicide. "Haixy H. Newell."—Communieale with the secretary of the United Labor Party

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TRAMWAYS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

TRAMWAYS TRUST. A petition was received at the StJ Peters Council on Friday evening from! 1 residents of Union, Stepney, and Henry, 'street signed by over 80, requesting-: the council to endorse tbe action of the petitioners in requesting the Tramway : Trust to send out an inspector to re port on the stopping places in the ] locality. It is tbe desire of the resi dents in the streets mentioned to have a stopping place at Stepney street in stead of St. Peters road. On the mo tion of Councillor Ciouiey, seconded by Councillor Medlow, it was decided to fall in with the wishes i^of the peti "tXBBtS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

QUEENSLAND RAINS. Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., re ceived the following telegram from Camooweal yesterday:—"Northern Territory maftman arrived yesterday, fortnight late, reports heavy rains and : floods all the way. Letters received from Arithooy'/s, Alexandria, Bru nette, Alroy, Rankine, dated on and aboat March 3, stated ten to four teen inches rain fallen and still showery; magnificent season assured. Brunette estimates eighteen months* water at tune writing, and stock route in thorough order for Queensland dro vers. , Saraeapp6es«sto 'GeoEgma-as dar as Hoalia.^'

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE LIFE OF AN ANNUITANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

THE LIFE OF AN ANNUITANT. The application made in the Civil Court yesterday in connection with the rebuilding of the Pier Hotel at Glenelgr involved the interests of two or three persons who were life annuitants under the estate, and the question arose as to how those, who drew a fixed sum per annum as long: as they lived, would be afiected by the granting of the per mission to rebuild. "How old are these annuitants ?" asked Mr. Justice! Gordon. "One is about 40 and the' other a little older, I should say," re plied counsel. "Then they might live a long time yet," suggested his Honor. "Yes," replied Mr. Moukien. "These people generally li*e a long- time," added Ins.: Hanoi.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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A CABLE EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

A CABLE EXTRAORDINARY. ! The Bathhurst (N.S.W.) "Times" recently' contributed to the gaiety of the. nation by printing the following" startling- information among its cable items:— SUDDEN DEATH OF A PEER. A STARTLING DISCOVERY. SOUP MADE FROM WALLABIES. "Earl Camwath fell dead in Victoria street whilst going to the House of Lords. He was taken to Westminster Hospital, where papers in his pocket 'repealed the identity of a thousand frozen wallabies being landed in good condition, and jigged wallaby being (served in the city restaurants." The utterly superfluous information was jHHpH that "the matter has aroused great interest." The Military Band will give a con cert at the Rotunda to-moimv night in aid of Bandsman H. Muggleton Memorial Fund. The -Cruafixjoa, by Sir John Stain er, will be repeated in the UnLey City Hall on. Monday night, and the St. Peters Joseq Hall job. Wednesday evening. The Rev. W. Todor Jones, minister of the Unitarian Church, Wellington, New Zealand, arrived fey...

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

WOMEN CRACKING STONES, A delegate at the Trades and Labor "Council last evening, when the ques-; tion of women laborers was being: dis-j cussed, stated that two women and a; girl were to be found cracking stones on the road between Taminda and ; Point Pass, and that near the White; House, between Clare and Spalding, two others were at work on the roads. A traveller along the Birdsville track had reported that three women were, employed on lencing there. I

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE CITY BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

THE CITY BEAUTIFUL. Probably rteser before have the parks and gardens of Adelaide looked so charming: as they do now. The city councillors were forced to admit tliat on Friday afternoon, when they made an inspec tion of the city. Osmond Park, a 'five acre comer of the park lands at South! terrace, was a picture. It was estab-i lished three years ago, and now pro-| vides a pleasant strolling place for re-! sidents of the southern suburbs and the south-eastern corner of the city. The City Gardener stated on Friday that sometimes on Sundays there are as many as 2000 people there listening to the concerts. Probably the most naturally beautiful place is the rock ery adjoining Victoria Bridge, on King William road. Flowers of all kinds and colors are besprinkled among the rocks, and what formerly looked like a barren waste has now been trans formed into a beauty spot which will compare with anything of the kind in Australia. The nursery near Frame road told the secret of the corporation's...

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

FEVER AT KOOLUNGA At the meeting of the Central Board; of Health on Wednesday the Chief In-j spector furnished a report on an in.; spection of the township with reference to the occurrence of enteric fewer at Kookmjfa. The house in which the; two patients were, he -stated, stood on the lowest part of the township, and all the drainage about there ran on to an allotment of land nest to the house, where some unhealthy deposits might: be left. There was also a large quan-j tity of horse manure on the road in front of the premises which camel from a yard on the opposite side of, the road. This might find its way -to the rainwater tanks. There was a! case of enteric fever in the same house j in the latter part of j«joS, and the in-j spector was informed that the disease! had been most prevalent in that part of; the township. A house-to-house inspec-j tion -.vas made, and details of places. which needed - attention were given, j The secretary was- instructed to for-) -ward a -copy of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNEMPLOYED AT PORT PIRIE, MASS MEETING. DEPUTATION TO THE MAYOR. RELIEF WORKS TO BE PROVIDED. PORT PIRIE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

UNEMPLOYED AT PORT PIBIE, MASS MEETING. - DEPUTATION' TO THE MAYOR. KELIEF WOEKS TO 3E PKOV3CDED. PORT PIEIE. March 1 ■ ! About 500 of the unemployed held a I mass meeting this morning near the Town Hall. Messrs. J. G. Shmnick and i 'W. Thompsoa addressed the gathering, and -weie afterwards deputed by the men j to interview the mayor with regard to relief works. The deputation interviewed him, and pointed, ontto Mr. Morrow the absolute necessity of "the council mak-: ing provision {or temporary relief works | until adequate supplies of coal; come to hand. Much suffering and distress were revealed as., the result of the1 paralysing effect of the boal strike, about four hundred men having been sus pended at the smelters, and shipping is also seriously affected. The mayor admitted the seriousness of the position, and said he would convene an early meeting of the council, which he thought would authorise necessary municipal works to be proceeded with at once, wbich would to some extent ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHE VETO BILL. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

SHE VETO BILL. LONDON. March 18. The Prime Mxister has promised ibat the vot*s on the Lords* Veto Bill will be] taken next week. I *

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LABOR CANDIDATE ELECTED. THE BRUNSWICK SEAT. MELBOURNE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

LABOR CANDIDATE ELECTED. THE BBUMBWICK SEAT. MELBOURNE, March 18. An election was held at Brunswick to day to fill the vacancy in the House c£ Assembly, caused by Mr. Anstey resign ing in order to congest a Federal seat, i j The polling was as follows J. R. Jewell (Labor) 3685 F. Thickford (Ministerialist) .. 2429 Majority for Jewell .. .. 1456

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FATAL ACCIDENT. DRAGGED BY A COLT. MAN'S NECK BROKEN. PORT LINCOLN, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

FATAL ACCIDENT. DRAGGED BY A COLT. UAX'S NECK BBOKEN. POET LINCOLN, March 18. A. fatal accident occurred at Port Lin- j coin to-day. Mr. W, Roberts, aged 26 years, employed by Mr. E. FoOett, at Happy Valley, two miles from Port Lin coin, was engaged in patting harness on an unbroken colt, when the necfc-zope became entangled around his hand. The eolt bolted, and dragged Roberts for 200 yards, when the unfortunate man struck a stump with his head and bro&e his neck. The stump was drawn out of the ground, and Boberts was dragged another 200 yards over rough country. He was picked up by his employer. The deceased's father is supposed to be employed at Broken HilL

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. GENERAL STRIKE PREDICTED. VANCOUVER, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910

I PHILADELPHIA I STRIKE. . GEKEKJLL S1RIKE PllEDR TBI) j j VAN.-OrVEE. March IS. j The Labor leaders ai Philadejx,his are ! fltil! cndeiivorizitr uo spread a goitial i lahar strike there. j | The arrival of Senators McNicho! and j Vase was expected to give added force to! ! the movement to 'ring about peace, but' despite this, the trikers1 preai ■ that a' Elate-wide strike will take place on M-on-1 I day- - I

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