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JOURNALISTIC UNION. A LIVE ADELAIDE INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

JOURNALISTS UNION. A UVE ABBfcAIDE ESSTITOTE. /r Um. ijrar ..nf Thn an Aadelaide jooma&i. |Mt w. Cafa^j foregathered m ihe Gi&er Gi&y with two* Sydney scribes, who painted in glowing ootors Hie benefits that had accrued u> of slt>. InrtitMte of Journalists in the Harbor City. lie turning to Adelaide Mi. Gatdar arranged for a 'preliminary meeting of jagnwiiatHi and at that gathering it wa» -decided to draft rules and communicate with the newspaper men of Use State. A circular, winged its way to the four points of the compass, and without much delay a fuQ meeting of South Australian scribes was held in the Lyric Qubrooms. Forthwith a Journalists' Institute sprang into being and the follocring officers were appointed: —President, Mr. F. T. Robertson ("Ad-i vertiser"); nee-presidents. Messrs. C. J. Stevens ("Register"^, and C. B.. Waton ("Advertiser"}; secretary, Mr. Bod :ney Cockburn CBegtsier"}: treasurer, Mr. C. B. OUeOly Register"i; assistant sec retary...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

BOY SCOtJTS. Since his Excellency the Governor be-{ came Chief Scout of the boy soont move ment m Scmth Australia, the organisation; hns gone ahead by leans and boundB. The; boy scoots1 rally at the jubiiee Oval ox* Saturday next will be of special mter^siJ The programme contains many novel itoiTif. ami the sooute "Ben Gonyaare*^ and "Be prepared*1 choruseB, copied fromi the Zulus, viTl be rendered for the firefc time. His Ehcoollenoy the Governor wrUi inspect the troops and make several «w£irdB.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. NORTH-EAST HILLS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

CRT€KET. NORTH-EAST H1I.LS ASSOCIATION". Teatree Golly v. -Hoogbtoa.—Teztree Guitv, 255—fc\ Hall © and 5 for 41, L. Xeale 29, N. Neaie 29 and 4^or 54, G. Heitmann 20, E. Heit mann 2C. A- Hill 21; H. Sandford, 4 for 18 Hougfct^c, S9 and 79—A. Po&singh&m 53 and 5,. P. Chapman 16 and 5 for 69. Hermitage v. Chain of fronds.—-Hermitage, 184 —E. "Wakefield 52, W. Bagsh&w 47. Lambert 22, P.. BUftiirnwp 2B .md 7 for <1. Chain of Ponds,, 150—J. Crouch 45 nor out; W. Cook, 4 for 18. The premiership of t-he North-East Hills Asso ciation has been won by the Teatree Gully Club. Jf .n J'jstah w>rr> arranged betwoe Tcatrcc Gullv &nd the premiers of one of the associations (Ade laide and Suburban or East Torrens) near Ade lr.idv tt von. icifrresting; game ah; ukl occur. On March 19 and "26 a game will be played -at Tea ^ree Gully between the premiero -aad-^be rest at the association.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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POLICE COURT ADELAIDE. Saturday, March 5. (Before Mr. J. Gorddon, S.M.) (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and A. Day.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

FOU0E COUBT. ADELAIDE. Sato nay. Marcrf 5. (Before Mr. J. Gotddon, S.M4 (Before Hfssit. i. Gordon, SJL, and A. Day.) feate-ReinBaa w»a chaxged, «n the inferrma- ^ feicm of Inspector Bare bell, with beiog •, .-an habitat dnmkard. Aecafced pleaded guilty, and * was ordered to be imprisoned for three months.} Dajnel fide? was charged, on the information ; of fg"- Yates, dealer, of.W&befieid -street, with \ having oo F^bromty Ifi -stolen a hoe, vniaed at 6/, • Infoxmaot stated that be missed the hoe from fate shop on. the day mentioned. He did not fcsioar tbft aacaatiid, who had i» authority to take the hoc. PriacQta Brown dealer, of Hisdtey street, ttated that the aflguaed, 'whom 'she knew, brought -the hoe to. her shop and offered it for : Bale lor 5/ She boag-ht ft- for 2f, having ssfeed Che sccascd whether it was hie property. I>** teotfrte Notftet faaviog given evidence, the ac cused was ofdeied sir loontb*' imprieonznent. Frana Tahnrnri was charged at, thf Adelaide Poli...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

LAW COURTS. LOCAL OOOBT. xneauy, un t, «t a o'ciacs (beiftre ms' IMMr Mr. J. O. ftnwBfttt, &lf.)-—Application for Aitrfttattba under the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1904—PabHe Trustee v. Walferoo Phosphate Company—Poole & Johndbw. WedMstoy* March 9.—At the LocaJ Court Hou^ ^rare 'his HoDir -'jffr: J. G. ' Russell, 6-1W:%—Defended Canses-^Potty v. "Haran; ilorra jsbaa t. Y&rebfifi—Awtottoc; Scg»r Company v. lATirt>: St. Gtorge v. ftotngcs—Anderson ; Pooie —Wfltoagljby v. Motrids—&ui<iford; Jarrxs- . Wright, ml; Soimnan—feofaerte *\ . %§*lotfci ;/ Jeesop—-Si^rrie^ v. Brig-fet : Bek&ex^ - v. Hfttna; flfcattf v. Gutter. /' Tbnrsdajv Jfarrh 2d (beforp - Mr. J. Gordon, SjL%—Aaeeamtiil' 61 Damaged Tastes v." Tyfe; ttne ▼. U«vd - tkste v. Tbmde; tues v. John-. ton; Tbx« v. P*Aer; T&xee y. Folton. ,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

WEST'S OLYMP1A. Under Direction .. .. .. ^ _ Mr. T. ■ J.-.-West. cool, tAtm muitfiix, aovmotsnaajs. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. WESTS PICTURES. The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Agisted by L. De Groan's Viee-Regal Orchestra,. West's mmsr Prices—2#, 1^(6, *u md«l. Children Half-price -to aE partB-except Gallery. Boxplan and "Day Sale at Duhst- & Biven's. FEED M AftSH. Manager.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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POLICE COURT, PORT ADELAIDE. (Before Mr. T. J. S. O'Halloran, S.M.). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

[, POLTCE COURT, PORT ADELAIDE. (Before II T. J. «. O'Hailotan, S.M.). George ms foasd guilty of having resisted OocstabJe Booth, and was flced £1 1/6 in ail. Harry Pazfcer and George Springall, vrlio had given a grafcoitoae exhibition - of tightin? in .Robe street, each had to contribute £1 7/6 :towards Uie State. exchequer. Michael McDonald, who had unwirely hindevd Constable OToole' in the execution of hi6 duty, •had fco pay £1 15/ for the spirit.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE KMKA'm CXOTHMTES. I/aboriws, remember GaHmek JBcGie-; gosy sad Stacy sre yom.-oaa3iflttt8s neat, Senate efectdoa. Keep SbedrBasmes always in your minds, and also on your tongues. 'There is much to do. and much can be -done if you get to work. Re member the Seyate three — Guthrie, JleUregor, and Story.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FUNDS FOR THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

PCXDS FOB THE FiGHT. I Will all haboriies realise that the elec tion campaign is imminent? The fight is i on, and the struggle will be the most: ciomefitous - in the pol&rcsd. history.. of the State. Labor is fighting a lone battle. Great issues hang upon the oiit oorae, affecting the v-^H-beinp of the workers in every grade of industry. Without sufficient funds, Labor is badly handicapped. Workers, will you realise that the struggle is on your behalf? A trifle from each of you wfll provide amply; >»ut,don.TlTsielay; don't leave it to the other feliow. Give what you can, j and pive at once. Previously acknowledged .. .. £53 15 9 r! Neighbor, Port Elliot .... 0 10 0 2 6 0 15 0 0 10 0 2 6 W. : [G, Ptetcher, Virginia

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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A EULOGY AND A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

A ECIrOGY AKD A SUGGESTION. A subscriber writes"Tbe workers of South Australia have uow in J,The Daily HeradtT a great boon. It is a paper un fettered by tbe restraints of vested inte rests, free to speak the truth, to clear the way for tbe consramnatkm of the wor kers' ideals, and to advocate tbe workers' cause fearlessly from day to day, the watchdog of. democracy, the fierce oppo nent of privilege and place, the firm expo nent of the inequalities under which man kind labor.'- Seeking nought hot justice, losing only liberty, teaching only the equality of opportunity for all in the bat tie of life, advocating for all who do hon est and usefel work, the fn] 3 results of their labor and not a mere pittance upon which to rear a family, it recognises that the greatness of a nation depends upon its home life and the contentment of its people. Oar paper will be the only edu cational factor on economics that we have in South Australia by way of the press, and that is saying a Lot. For wha...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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PEN NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

PES JfaaCES. This existence of the. journalist—parti cularly if he be a sub or proof reader—is saddened b ythe-eonstant perusal of hack neyed pen names beneztii letter "to the editor.*' Will ~"Pro Bono Publico" delve into the depths of bis Latin for another cloak hie .identity"? Wili "Vox Populi" spare us? Scribes of the press, being es timable citizens, 'are deeply concerned over the Birth rate, and a mother of six is held in the highest estimation, but as a stock letter writer she has become a weariness. Pressmen's-gympaihy with .a struggling farmer' is immense, but they would appreciate him more if he strug gled successfully to acquire a new preu donynr. These remarks apply equally to others too numerous to mention, whose noms de pfrnne have have burned them selves deeply into every joumaitstfs 4>ram.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FREE SPEECH AND ROWDYISM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

FREE,SPEECH AKD ROWDYISM. I The recent Hooliganism to which the [local, option campaigners .were subjected m the city is regretted by every one who believes in the sacredness of freedom of speech, and the treatment to which the temperance orators were subjected if ge nerally reprobated. At the same rime, I the accusation that the rowdyism vis or ganised by the liquor traders is certainly not justified. Hotel keepers are, cm the whole, 35 reputable as any other body of traders. They serve a pubiie convenience in a perfectly legal maimer, and, until found guilty of misdemeanor are entitled to public respect. As it was quite ob vious that interference with the meetings of the local option crusaders would react upon the liquor traffic, it is improbable. I to. say the .least .of it, that those engaged | in- the business would countenance '-any lexhibitibn of hooliganism.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. LABOR'S CHANCES. PERTH, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

w wferffiM lusmtiA. TABOR'S CHANCES. PERTH. Marcli 7. . The Dled^ral pofiticalcampaign is being vigoronsly-, carried on in Western Australia, and the Labor candidates are growing in pablic favor: Mr. Hogh Mshon, for Coolgardie, and Mr. C. E. Fraser, for Kalgoerlie, axe. regarded as safe, , but Sir John Forrest is "phakyj and is making personal appeals to the people. Mr. Henshaw Ojabor) is also getting umaUngs, and, votes of confi^caea everywhere. Mr. Carpenter's campaign |ar Perth is apt so weS advanced, but the party ^ is confident, and the Senator's re tain is regarded as certain.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TRADES SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

trades societies. The hall-yearly meeting of the Addaide branch of t&e $JL JhmeB' Association was bdd at tbe Tfeadea HaU x* -Use* & Tbe president (Mr. Humphries) in ti>e cbaxr. Several new mem bers ^ere admitted. T&* nnWuiji 0|ent«. sorm^. pet. Jtmpliy, and laoge), in giving: i® their re port on the balance <ftee&, said they were jiTntfftrf to «fcste that the union was pmmwwiiig. >y UttpE and/bouA&, tpd tfeat fee toqkB'were tapt to an apto-dtte wanner. Tbey «o«gnftb Utod tfce mrism upon faarasg Bscfc an aUe officer Mr. Stephens .the org*nisin« vecrekMxy. Balance street need kkuS Adopted. The Mcretey (Hr. JL I?, Bttmda£l>, vbo is cat of fiat caafr <jgrtrw Cbe Aflflairtr Diafccie4 chnwen to cany labor1* banner, &a«* a report re tbe gotadeot food, uritieb **s in a wr>r satisfactory etate. The'anion deftided to uk *ThE Daily HctaU" fa accept a cheque for £50. The oqgamafig eeere ■fcaiy (Mi.' Stephen^). in ...

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FIGHTING FUND BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

FTGHTTNG FOND BAZAAR. A successful baza&r was held on Wed-;; needay 1&bc in Prospect Hall in aid of* the fighting fond for the coming elec tions. The opening ceremony was per formed by Mrs- E. A- Roberts, who was. presented with a bouqoet bjr Miss G. I Gregg. The bazaar was organised by the | I Prospect Women's Committee, and the re sult was especially gratifying, as this work was begun only six weeks ago. Every member of the eommitee willingly rendered all Assistance, but special men tion must be made of Mrs. Cunningham 1 and Mrs. E: A. Roberts, who supervised the sewing meetings, the men's local committee, who did everything in tbeir power to assist the women, and Mr. H. Rohson, who lent and manipulated his p&thephone during, both afternoon and evening sessions. The following is a fist of stallholders:— Plain and Fancy Keedtowk—Jfesdajmes Ro berts. Onnningfuni, Jarvfe, Allen, Martin. and Misses Tide and Karshili. S«eete—Misses Ward, Shenbrfrd, ITarria, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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UNLEY LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

tJXI.EY T.OCAL COMM7TT15E. I A well-attended meeting of the Unley local committee was held at the Uniey Democratic Hall last' evening. Arrange ments were completed for the church par ole' to be helii next Sunday. The pro cession to be beaded by the I<abar Band' wQl move from theCiriey Oi<y Hall at. £L30, and proceed to thfe Baptist Church, where tjhe fier. E. Cblitus will deliver & lecture in celebration of his two years' services.*on social and industrial ques tions. ; ' The members of the church over wirich the Bev. Gollins presides, and the members ot the LnborParty in Unley are combining to make the procession ; and lecture a. success. After the lecture Jit. Collins will speak especially to the mem bers of tfaetabor Party. The Unley com mittee is also .arranging a -concert in aid of die fighting fund,- to be held in the Unley Democratic Cinb on March 18. . .. •QUOg.N', March 7.—Ob Monday night Messrs. A. E. Addison, J. H. Howe, T. Burgoyne, I.Traver...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO BOYS AND GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

TO BOYS AM) Gim The managementof ™B» Daily HeraW inviie the aid of youog Mwr supporters. A charming work of art will be Pre sented to EACH BOY AM© C1BL who secures a haB-yoar subscription to "Iho £a% Hasald." Ax tbe wi^ of flpx* miwiriw—from 3£&Ech 7—the bo/ and gni who have se cured the largest murfjer-ot-sobsoribers «B each receive & i H*ll 0SOW EWAItSH as a reward for tbeir industry. One picture win be given to every boy srwt girl wiio secures even one etibscriber. In counting -up the number at the end. at the quarter a. yearly subscription wi£L count two for the totaL

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INTER-STATE PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

DTTEBrSTAIB PBODOCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, March 5. The fmlawmg ar& fee-latest market quo catkins:— > ~ Wheat <ne»), 4/ to 4/2 per. bash eL -Roar feewj, £10 V per ton; do. (oldL £U.&n46n. Hctas, 37 per brutal. takB iW^«A S* parto»i <to,<oeteD), not ta^t.

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OUR FIRST ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ODE TTBST ISSUE. The -kindly •and generous feeling of the | public towards "The Daily Herald" has been amply and pleasingly proved by tie excellent reception of oar first, fesae, ajui; by die in numerable messages of eongratu-; lotions and wishes iot the success of fee i new paper received from >311 parts -of this I State, as well as from more distant friends, while we are deeply grateful to the numerous friends of Labor and of a free untrammelled press, published onfy m tbe interests of the people, for their expressions of goodwill. We are by 110 means satisfied with our first -egort. fV'e are fully conscious of. its defects and shortcomings, and are determined that these shall be overcome. The fact is that the failure of a portion of our machinery at the critical mbment, when the paper was almost ready for the press, formed the climax of a.series-of difficulties w&icb had been overcome on]? by the loyal and strenuous efforts of every individual member of oar staff. All ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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WHY THE WORKER SHOULD VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

yHY THE WOBKEB SHOULD VOTE *N0." There are many reasons why the worker should oppose this proposal^ It is-in the first jjlace unwise always to be tinkering" with the Constitution of a nation, and it is uirstatesmanfike to load up the Constitution with mat ters that can. be better dealt with by the Parliament itself- it is a dev^riy designed method of ecabimj; the States to keep the Common wealth poor, and therefore it is anti-Austra lian. The States are -not chiidreti^fe-1 quiring to be spoonfed by the cental national .government. They are in-; fcvidually robust, they have abundant imdeyeloped resources, they are able to look' after themselves, and their aim should fee rather to strengthen .the Federal power than to impoverish it., It should be the pride of every State? to build up the central power, andJ to help wiUin^ly—a&d-g«nerously. in making Australia, and not the iradi vidual States of the Federation, the glory and pride of the southern hemi sphere.. It is "the outcom...

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