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POLICE COURT PORT ADELAIDE. Friday, March 18. (Before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
KW.TCE -ronBT- POET ADELAIDE. Friday, March 18. (Before He. T. Gepp, William Glover, John Ganstone, Mm Hnzphy» and Frederick Welsh were charged wife hiving travelled on the Eteamer Eivetina from Mel bourne to Port Adelaide without having preri-. ously paid their passage. 21ey pLeaded/gality, and wer&lt;» £2 sod ID/ \ or in *d©~ fault 21 days. •«..■• Herbert Shaw, laborer, IS yeazs of age,-ins charged -with having stolen from'the Adelaide "MUling Company 35 empty bmnbags, TT&ned «tr 8/. One of the compaay'a inspectors identi fied Shaw, juid stated in the coarse of bra evi dence that empty bags^had been "on accountably disappearing for some tame past. Stew difljJUflml of the bags to a local deater Cor the sum of 7/6. He pleaded .guilty, and ^ras ordeiBd two niottth^" imprisoEmeci.
LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
LAW COURTS. IKSOLVENCY COUBT. Tuesday, WftwVh 22, at 10 o'clock (befote Honor "Mr- Comzmsioner Banwl).- George Peddey, late of Moonta Mines, now of Kent Town,.;; painter, first hearing. ~ H nrfifi prison rGJey. of ' ■ Eastwood fcerracc, Eastwood* dairyman, -adjourned ; ■firtai hearing. Re ©-' W- Jsenisch, sppticttifln : for a^niiwirttl of prwl, 3» F« Gladig*n».. vj POLICE OOUST, ADKMTPB. . 1 Friday, "Mnrrfi IB. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, SJS., J. Brw3shsw#^ ; S.M., and P. Hake). V 7^ Thomas Sloore was charged, on" TfmftiTft, with-l assault on Febnary IS. Mr- F. T. Sniih,^ counsel for tiie'plaintifi, intimated tint bis client^ did not wish to proceed with thfe case, and it was strock out. Samuel George Spink was charged on ste in- J formation of A- "W- Dobbje with the larceny ma-i a bailee of one cameca^and tripod, of the valne/; of £10. As there was no- appearance of tie case was sSso dismissed.
EGGS AND ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
EGGS AND ELECTIONS. The conduct of the free and indepen dent elector has shown a great im provement since the bad old days when candidates were egged on to make reckless statements, and then egged off the platform. At that time the overripe egg was a frequent cir cumstance, and its disposal a pressing problem, so- that election times were hailed with delight by storekeepers. In the present day, however, cold stor age has prolonged the eggs' period of food value. This fact and also the high prices ruling at present, operate in the favor of political aspirants. It would be gross extravagance to cast eggs at candidates at their present market value.
DIPHTHERIA IN STATE SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
DIPHTHERIA IN STATE SCHOOLS The officer of health, East Torrens County Board, recently furnished a re port to the Central Board on the diph theria cases in the Burnside district since February 7 last, which showed jtbat ten cases had occurred. Of these eight were connected with the Rose Park School, and were being attended ito in their homes, with the exception of one case which .was in the Children's HospiteL In addition to the above, six cases in Norwood wore connected with j the Rose Park School, and five of the patients were in the Children's Hos pital. All the premises had been in spected, and no definite insanitary con dition found. The patients at home had been isolated, and were being kept under the supervision of the trained nurse. Where patients had been re moved to the hospital or prooouncd free of infection the premises had beai thoroughly disinfected. The disease broke out as soon as the Rose Park School opened, ani there was no appa rent reason for >t except the pro...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
FEDERAL ELECTIONS, Below are given the candidates for the Federal constituencies in this State:— SENATE. T.ABOB- FUSION, &c. McGregor, G.* Charleston, D. M. Guthrie, R. S.* Gordon, D. J. Story, W. H-* Shannon, J. W. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ADELAIDE. Roberts, E. A.* McLachlan, A- J. AXGAS. Glynn, P. McM.* (Elected unopposed}* : BARKER. Dwyer, M. A. Livingston, J.* HXNDSIAESH. Archibald, W. O. (Elected unopposed). BOOTHBY. Batchelor, E. L-* Nesbit, P. GREY. Poynton, A.* (Elected unopposed). WAKEFIELD. V&ughaii, J. H. Home, C. A. Foster, B, W.*
EARLY CLOSING PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
EABLY CLOSING EEOSECIJTIOSj At the Port Adelaide Police Court cat "J ■Friday J. W. Birch, of the Semaphore'! road, was proceeded against under the:|j Early Closing Act by Inspector Bannigan j with having sold to a customer a small -| paefcpga afier the hour of 1 o'clock oa,-; Wednesday afternoon, - Maxell 2. ^ The defendant pleaded not gmtty,and , was fined 20/ aiid 20/ costs. _ ■, Thomas Lock, boot. storekeeper,; Exe-~ ter, was proceeded against on a similar :" charge on February . 12, and was fined ,-. 10/and 15/.costs. -
LOCAL COURT, PORT AUGUSTA. Thursday, March 17. (Before Mr. W. J. Hinde, S.M., and D[?] Stephenson.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
local cocet, pobt atfgcsml Thursday, .lSarch 17- y (Before Hr. W. -J. Hiade, S3L, jutd Dr> ^ Stephenson.) " 'i,-| ,T. Mostly "was charged viifc asmd&Dg W*>u-|| Brundle, wife of one of bis employes. ; .Jg ciideDce \ra3 "very conflicting, and the c*Ofr"W»S,;| dismissed. • v;| ,
THE EXCISE ACT. BREACHES BY PUBLICANS AND BREWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
THE EXCISE ACT. BBEACHES BY PUBLICANS AND BEEWEBS. The State Collector of Customs held a public enquiry into a number of breaches of part sriii. of the Excise Act at the Customs Office yesterday afternoon. The licensees of the Joiners' Arms Hotel, Hindmarsh (W. Coultliard); Torrens Arms Hotel, Mitcham &lt;S. & C. V. Law sen); Lady Daly Hotel, Hindmarsh &lt;J. j Ferrier); Jolly Miller Hotel, Hindmarsh j (Mrs. Honorah Brady); Exchange Hotel, i Port Adelaide (G. H. Ueed); and Exeter; Hotel, Exeter (A. W. Anderson) werej charged with having failed to cut the stamps on vessels containing li&lt;3uftr when tapping them as required by the Act. Mr. E. Goll;m, senior inspector of Ex cise, appeared on behalf of the depart ment. In each instanoe the offence was admitted, and it was agreed to accept the decision of the Minister for Customs. Mr. Gollan reported that in every case there was no previous complaint against the licensee except in that of A. W. Ander son...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PORT PIRIE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PORT PIRIE, March 17. The St. Patrick's Day celebrations were held under glorious weather conditions. The customary parade was largely atten ped. and hundreds of spectators lined'the footpaths to witness the procession. In the afternoon a splendid programme of sports and horse racing was carried into effect on the Port jPirie Race Course. Some capital finishes were provided. The sports were liberally patronised by the general public, and the committee must have felt gratified at the success of the celebrations. In the evening a dance was held at the Opera Hall, under the aus pices of the Hibernian Society. The at tendance at which fully came up to the most optimistic expectations. [ The officials were:—rresident, Mr. T. J. How icy; Treasurer, Mr. P. J. Ourujingitam; post en try secretaries, Messrs. W. J. Thompson and B. Smith; committee, Messrs. \V. Tunmins, P. Brady, W. Condon, C. Howiey, W. Gtaiiioyle, T. Mead, E. O'Donoghue, 0. AicjsaJIy, J. fciiiiiii, S. S. Ke...
ENTERTAINMENTS. EMPIRE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
ENTERTimMEm EMPIEE THEATRE. There have been largr attendances at the Empire Theatre during the week. For to-n.jjht an entirely new piogramme of which sensation, novelty, humor, tune fulness, and plenty of variety are among the principal constituents is an nounced. The Kelso boy; will make their first appearance in their refreshingly original act They are comedians of no mean order, and juggle almost anything under the sun. Morrissey and Alton will present a new act, in which Mr. Morrissey will jump over a horse. Messrs. Delevaie and Gil bert will give a long and funny patter turn. The Hose sisters dance well, and their style should just suit the audience. Miss Biightie Smith will appear in her clever character songs while Miss Lily Vockler, balladist, will sing several num bers. Others who will contribute new items are Harry Sadler, Ted Stanley, Stella Eeid, Charles Waite, Will Deve reux, and Boy licne. A humorous farce and a new series of moving pictures will be included in the pro...
NOT SURPRISING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
NOT SURPRISING. Speaking at Mount Morgan (Queens land), Mr. Deakin was surprised to find that his audience knew nothing of several important measures passed dur ing the recent session. This is not so very surprising as the unholy alliance of Deakinites, Cookites, Forestites, &c., gave many electors that tired feel ing in regard to Fusion politics. After all, the passing of legislation is a secondary matter compared with its administration, and the greatest opti mist would not expect honest adminis tration of progressive measures from the Fusion miscellany.
POWER OF LICENSING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
POWER OF LICENSING. With reference to regulations which the Metropolitan County Board made under the Food and Drugs Act and aSked the Central Board of Health to approve of regarding license fees, licensing and inspection of dairy pre mises, the Central Board on Wednes day instructed the secretary to inform1 the Metropolitan County Board that the Crown Law Department had ad vised to the effect that the only local authority that has power to license cowkeepers, dairymen, and vendors of milk or to register and inspect dairies, milk stores, and milk shops, or to fix land.recover fees for those matters is a local board of health (including a county board established under the Health Act), and to say that in view of this opinion the Central Board could not approve of the proposed regula tions.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. We have much pleasure in informing: our readers that we have secured the sole right of publication in South Aus tralia of a series of articles by Ran dolph Bedford, the well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who has inst undertaken an extensive tour in ihe Ea-st. The itinerary will include the Philip pines, China, Japan, Hawaii, and California, and the articles describing' the tour will have special reference to the alien qur^stion. Our readers may look forward with confidence to 1 real -literary treat, and an able exposition ®f the subject specially dealt with.
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. "I wonder if that lightning con ductor is any good?" said Dr. Angas Johnson on Friday, as he thoughtfully handled a heavy copper wire that men were affrnng to the stack of the city rubbish destructor. It was on the occasion of a visit by the corporation to various places where work had been or was going on. "Haven't you any faith in them?" asked a bystander. "Not much," said the doctor. "As a matter of fact, in America they are pulling many down from big buildings and stacks because they consider that tbey attract lightning." |
THE REFUSE DESTRUCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
THE REFUSE DESTRUCTOR. The members of the City Council, in the course of a round of inspection on Friday afternoon, spent a profitable half-hour at the refuse destructor, in Halifax street, winch is now rapidly nearing- completion. The most strik ing visible feature is the fine smoke stack, 125 ft. in height, which stands out boldly as a massive pile of brick worli. There are two furnaces with three doors each, and a' combustion chamber. . After passing through the latter the flames will heat big boilers which will supply steam for many pur poses Exhaust fans pump the fumes from the garbage depository through the fire so that all smell and germs will be consumed. A heat of about 2000 degrees will be generated. Dry germs perish,at 1400 degrees, and wet germs, such as expectorated mat ter, wall travel 20 ft. before they are billed. The distance they wfll have to traverse in that heat wfll be about 60 ft-, so that the chance of bacilli escaping death in the furnace is small. There will...
DARKNESS AND LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
DARKNESS AND LIGHT. Medical authorities in Kansas (says the Hobart "Daily Post') are discuss ing a curious psychologic:)! jiroblem. They want to know what is The strange impulse that leads Walter S-bconover, eleven years old, one of c kindest and most devoted of boy5 to his pa rents in his waking- hours, to desire to murder them when darkness falls. For months his parents. \YmG live in Kansas City, Kan., have been puzzled by the strange ailment that displays itself only at night and which makes of the boy a veritable fiead of dark ness. Finally they appealed to the magistrate to help them. Several times of late the boy's father and step mother have awakened to find the youth stooping over them v--ith an up lifted hammer prepared to Jail them. It is with difficulty they res'rain him, but when awakened he returns to bed in a peaceful frame of mind. He has been sent to a sanatorium.
MOVING PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 19 March 1910
MOVING PICTUBES. The idea of presenting moving pictures at the theatre, Henley Beach, h.is proved successful, and good houses have atten ded nightly- This is jd°al se.*ivi&lt;io wea ther, aid to-night there should be a big! attendance, n-lien Thomas* Pictures will! present a fresh series of films. One can i scarcely imagine a happier way-of spena-' ing an evening than sitting in the fresh seaside air and viewing in comfort up-to date motion pictures.