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CIVIL SERVICE. A TRIP TO THE LAND OF DOCKETS. ("Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
tnmSEBYICK ^TEIEr3X> THE l-ANX) OP "DOCKETS. fDallv Herald" Special.) . . ""Wfiere shall I find Heeord V asked • tar elderly man politely. He was neatly bat poariy dressed, and his iace looked «om and warded. .. **5irst turning to the left, Boom No- 9," muttered enquiry boy, without raising ibis eyes team the penny nhorker he was &lt;fewci£irmg. Presently the man entered a large zoom, on the firet floor o£ a substan tial bwflding, through the many corridors of winch old men and young were con tmunlly flitting, with bandies of docn anents their aims. A steady tain •wse MUrtfr, and a soatherly wind made xooaxmfnl ™«w- on the branches of oabs and' elms in the park across "the ifUuuL Brightness and comfort were the chief "yoang men were standing together in 'iunt' of a window, gazing eagerly at some thing -mJJae air outside. The visitor fol lowed their gaze, bat the only things be could see vera aline of telegraph' wires a few feieet from the window, and the, hrsncbesofthetre...
THE PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. VANCOUVER, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
. SgE PmLAD%.pgIA.,,STRIKE. FiNObCVEH. Harch 3. At' Philadelphia^ ~ mivetflil influences are Jsemg "brought'tO^bear du the Eapid: Trajjsifc" Company tg-end the strike. •: The Detriment ,£tor^ '/syiuch ;-,suf£ered by/ theiptrit^'iloug witii thoueauds of busi^ ness;j3iouses, haye ;.(3enxand^d. Ahat the Vn&feit Conigany. |paU',not involve the citi- *in a gen'e^alj labor struggle. An onofficialvCaiiVassrDf tbe Unions of Labor, which v:as .completed to-day,': shows that the great body of union men and women are wiiling to respond imme diatfely "A lien the felf-eofiifes For a^generat strike, andit was generally believed 4arly; tprday that the settlement of the Contro versy, v.'as no nearer than it was'ah thei fijst .day of the strike. 1 - 'Both branches of tbe Philadelphia City! Council are meeting tojnorrbw to eodea- j vor to take action to term mate ; the iadus-' trial dispute. . , . . ' Meanwhile the organised. Labor dele faifes are going ahead, anil at the Central takm meeting...
MONEY MARKET DISORGANISED. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
MONEY MARKET DISORGANISED.) liOSDOS. March 4.' ■■A world-wide disorganisatiol)' -of tha money market is believed to be inevitr able. Financiers -state that this is the result of the evident ' impossibility, of passing the Budget before the end of the fiscalyear. - . j . The House of Lords are elaborating & plan for a reconstructed Second "Cham; ber. in' which the hereditary -principle will be subordinate. The success ;of this plan may prove to be the greatest ob stacle to extremists, whose aim is the destruction "of the House of Lords as an effective part of the! Constitution. - Mr. Balfour "intends*. proceeding to Trance to-morrow, and this is'.taken as an' indication that political developments bf a sensational nature are-liot expected before Easter. .' . Cabinet is at present tussclling with i the position to place before tfee-electione. j whirh it. is expected ivill eventuate' within the nest few weets. I
THE BUDGET. THE CONSERVATIVES MOVE. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
THE BUDGET. THE CONSERVATIVES MOVE. J.OKDOK March 3. I The Conservatives in the House of Com mons have endeavored to induce the Go vernment to consent to the adoption of those portions vo[ the Tejected Budget. over which . there has been no contention, but Mr. JJovd-George refused to he dictated to by the House of Lords as to what taxes should be autho rised. Mr. Redmond, acknowledging the re-' ceipt of further funds'from America, pre dicts another general election before -many weeks. ■ ' . . i "The Times" aays that the Government is riding for a fali. and is .hopelessly dis credited. Thej- cannot abandon office p'ow without making themselves responsible for a gjgantic financial roe^s. The'Op position' cannot oblige Mr. Heal? -by turning them ."out without saddling the Unionist Party with. tome share of the responsibility for bringing the business of the &lt;^ujit,ry to a staii4stSt but'the Government is looking' for a-fairly soft place to fallf ' That-the jnfl.uence. ,bf' ,...
BRITISH POLITICS. SESSIONS AND CONFERENCES. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
BRITISH POLITICS. SESSIONS AND CONFERENCES. . LOXDOV. March 2. Many sessions of the Cabinet have been held, and conferences with Mr. Asquifti and Kfng Edward have taken place anc are in progress to settle the Goveiumeo; programme, which it was declared woiiJ&lt;l surely be delivered to-day by the Prime Minister vo the House of Commons. Interest in the situation was shown 1 y the presence of the Prince of Wales an the Strangers' &lt;iallery during the after noon, this being bis third visit during the session. * / A few minutes after the Prince entered Mr. Asquith moved a resolution on which bangs the »ate of the Ministry, namely, that the Government business have pre cedence at every sitting until and includ ing March 24. Later. The resoluion was passed without divi sion. The "Chronicle," dealing with; the poli tical situation, says the Prime Minister must declare for the House of Lords veLo first, and if the Government fails to strike i it will be guilty of aifagic a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AND GIVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. Vany of the mbst serious nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from lack of care to keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, caused by' effete matter fermenting in the natural digestive channels. The whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs of the body gives way. Then we have the anaemic, delimitated wrecks in oar city streets, men and women who a few weeks before appeased equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne "have gone with the old year because of neglect, which has introduced and aided the disease which killed? And so it istbe plain doty of all men or women to keep this great nerve and blood medicine always at han...
ISOLATION AND CONSUMPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
ISOLATION A3TD CONSUMPTIVES. gome time back a conference of repre sentatives of corporations and district councils was held in the . Unley City Hall . for the purpose of discussing ways and means of dealing with consumption. As is usual in matters of a progressive na ture, the conference had emanated from the Labor Party, Alderman Dollman hav ing been the prime mover. At the recent meeting of the Municipal Association the Mayor of Petersburg moved that the Go vernment be urged to . empower local boards of health to isolate consumptives -within district boundaries. It was ex plained that Petersburg -was in a rather peculiar position in regard to this matter, as it was the practice of many medical to recommend the town on account of its altitude and its dry climate for consumptives. The result was that there was danger of infection to the resi dents and several cases had occurred that could only he accounted for by the presence of consumptive patients from outside. The idea was to ena...
BROKEN HILL MINES. MANAGERIAL METHODS. PROSPECTS FOR NEXT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
BROKEN HILL MIKES. MANAGERIAL METHODS. PROSPECTS FOE NEXT TEA&. (By Oxide.) Bret Harte's Truthful James was em phatic in bis opinion that "for ways that are dark and for tricks that are vain, the' Heathen Chinee is peculiar," and we have it on Biblical authority that "Jona dab was a subtle man." Still, it is safe to say that the average mine owner or mine manager of Broken Will could give either of these celebrated personages half wtiy round cue track ami win hard When work is scarce-on the Barrier and there is a larger number of men "follow ing up," i-e., attending at the commence ment of every shift cm the chance of get ting work, the employers are able to make better terms witli the employees tiian at other times. It has therefore become a point of honor amongst mine managers,to adopt all kinds of mrthodt to ensure" that there shall always be a TniiTimnm or wftn ^following "J* " And some of these methods, regarded from the moral and ethical standpoint, ate exceed inelv du...
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY. (Not mentioned in the Policy Speech.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
MIXING En SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY. (Not mentioned in the Policy Speech.) Writing in the "Royal South Austra | Jian Almanack for 1348" (over 60 years ago), the editor of thai publication dealt with the miues that were then being worked in fcoiuh Australia, and after re ferring to the operations of the princi pal companies he concluded:—" There are sevecal other undertakings in the mineral field of South. Australia, which, we believe,! if situated in an English mining coun- j try would successfully invite capital and ensure the labor necessary to demon- j sirate their value." ! In his preface to the fourth edition of che "Record of the Mines of Bourn Aus tralia," dated February, 1908 (60 years later than the foregoing quotation), the Government Geologist (Mr. ii. \. L. Brown) has the following:—"I have no hesitation in saying that South Australia is exceptionally well endowed with mine rals. The full recognition and exploita tion of its wealth in this direction is inj a...
TRADES UNIONISM IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
GRADES UNIONISM IS POLITICS.. • Speaking at a gathering in (be- city toot long ago, and before the Stale elec tion campaign began in "real earnest," the Premier (Mr. Pe&ke), whose mission then was to cude&wor to induce his frnaisrs to vote "Yes" on the financial tgiewnftnt referendum, referred at "the outset—incidentaiy, of course—and in soc^ewhat derogatory terms, tp the part Jplayed-in politics by **TaTnmany *or any other* Hall/* It needed1 no great etretch of tiw» andfno radium wjs to reveal the fact that lie Trades -headquarters of the trades »mi^r>c of the State, was intended by the speaker to be included in the "any other" variety of halL Often those who are not folly cozed of the facts are inclined to regard the active—and intelligent—interest taken as a body by the executives of the trades unions and Labor organisations as being something of an undue influence brought to bear to the advantage of a few to of theimany, ^ xt may be inietesting briefly; to gla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
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THE BOTANIC GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
BSTAKfC GARDENS. Asrsong the pieosore resorts of -this city the Botanic Gardens are undoubtedly the most popular. Easy of access, the liberty and freedom, of its patrons "not limited by unnecessarily stringent rules and re gulations, one need scarcely wonder that I these beautiful gardens find favor with • the public. It can. safely be said that Dr. Holtze, in his nearly 19 yearp of directorship, has performed wonders, and the gardens have progressed under bis Excellent management. Many improve ments have been made during the past few years in the working of the gardens, but that which makes itself most appa rent, even to the visitor, is the improved water service. Thirty-five years ago one three-inch pipe was sufficient for the needs of the gardens. Years later another pipe of the same gauge . was put down. Of recent years the increased i size of the gardens proved too moch for; the existing service, and1 the v«e&lt;>fai±wi i suffered during the summer months. Last year ...
IN THE LAW'S CLUTCH. A DAY IN THE CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
IN THE LAW'S CLUTCH. A D&Y-TN THE -CSIMINAi-GOeRT. in thy courts is •ibefcter-iiiaii a^thousand." So saog the Psalmist. Aikd; so, wiiJwnrt- "TTTcgprRtWftj may iU)e quoted,' fmm several aspects, of the Crinnnaii Couxfc-roiich- lias been lately pcesided over, by Mr. Justice Hombucg. Those words wonid be repeated heartily by numy. jnivwgj piASt Xtfiti366Se5» most fre quaatly of ail, by t&e "prisoners." Though -a Ariiyiiiul law directs th&l a pfii; "son changed shall be termed "the ac cused" until be is camncfced, old m»n antic, the Law, and *»jg disciples, almost ooponiimrsiy sjjeat o£ the ohargeri one as "the prisoner." Those who da not agree uatti J>a*kfi& aboae qnrtfari utiar anee aze drmhrtftfa Hie tlx> offi cials, th&poboe witnesses, the advocates —and tbe-audienee. lb tiae-nstoiient of humim nature audience the nwiiftt. rnt^n-^BSLin^ pavfcAf o|yy» WaLch them welLas tuejr follow closely the evi in. & miiMAT rivtyy £66 how t&...
IN PROSPEROUS ADELAIDE. HOW THE POOR ARE FARING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
\U PROSPEROUS ADELAIDE. HOW THE POOR ARE FABING. Recently ""The Adwrtiser" published a long article depicting in harrowing terms the poverty and suffering undergone by the submerged tenth of London- But neither "The Advertiser" nor any other of the capitalistic Australian dailies has ever given any sign of being aware of the vast amount o£ poverty in its direst form thai the^e is in Sunn; Australia- On tile contraiy, it has been the policy of these papers to conceal the fact thai there w-as anything of the kind in exis tence. Hie consequence is that theave-j -rage Australian ciiaaen feels a sort of smug self-satisfaction in reading articles like that which recently appeared. lie: feels sorry for the poor, wiio have to put up with such great misery, but he also feels -a glow of pride in contrasting the conditions in e&istence in uie old world with those that prevail under the Souibern doss—very much to the advan-, lage of the latter. He is sure that ,n Australia, the land of ...
GERMAN TRADE UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
GEBMAN TRADE U3TONISTS. Trade Unionists will be interested to know something in regard to the numbers of those who belong to trade unioas in Germany. From the latest figures it is very evident that there is a vast num ber of German workers who do not be long to any proper organisation. Taken as a whole, there are 7,204,496 workmen who are engaged in industrial occupa tions, but of this number only 1,704.362 I (or 26.H per cent.) belong to definitely organised trade unions. The largest percentage of those who have recognised the advantages of combination are the i nrftiters and kindred trades. The totaJ! i occupied in this industry is S62JS3. of' whieh number no fewer than* 92,753—or a percentage of 57.2—belong to trade I unions. The lowest percentage of oigan | ised workers is shown amongst the butchers' assistants, 2.9, and the hair ; dressers, 4.9. ! "In view of the aeetisaiions that have-, been burled against us," said Mt. Jbsiab Tbopas, I£-ECB_, recently, "I may be* pardotied fo...
ASYLUM SCANDAL. BED SORES AND INATTENTION. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
ASYLUM SCANDAL. BED SOEES AXD I2f ATTENTION. » MELBOURNE, March 5. r At tne ioque»t on a sate patient at the Kew Afjluoi, the Coroner commented on Ithe fact that bed- sores and bruises were unknown at the Yarra Bend Asyium, but were of frequent occurrence at Kew. Dr. Shav, in his evidence, made lengthy i complaints against Nurse Chad wick, for inattention and neglect of duty, and ac cused Dr. Barker, the medical superin tendent, of failure of duty in declining to discharge Nurse Chadwick, after re porting on her unfavorably. The Coroner said that a drastic en quiry was necessary, but he accepted the promise of Injector-General Jones that a full investigation would &lt;be-made.
AN ACTRESS' HUMOROUS EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
AX ACTEESS' HUMOROUS K. X )■* K B TKK CES. Miss Ethel Warwick (Mrs. Lewis Wal-| ier, juu-j, we popular acuess now ap pearing at the i neaxre Koyai wun inr. J. c. Williamson's dramatic company? told a representative of "The Uaily Herald" ui some amusing experiences that bad occurred to her while on lour in England- "My husband and 1," she said, "left London one loggy afternoon tor Woolwicn, where 1 was to appear in 'Zaza..' The chautfeur did not know Woolwich, but when he ran us up to a large building, bright v.ith lights, we were sure we had reached the right place. We went through the stage door, and 1 tried to find my dresser. The rooms were deserted, so i went towards the stage, calling her by name. Evidently they were jehearsing for another piece, for I heard the orchestra and saw t«o men in spangles lifting dumbbells. Think ing i would Und my dresser .on the stage I waited carelessly out from the wings. How I jumped backThe theatre was crowded, and as soon as I appeared the aud...