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TINKERING WITH THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
TINKERIKG WITH THE COKSTITtETION. The attempt of the Deakia Fusion Government, prompted by the .Pre miers of tbe rarioes States, to incor porate in the Coosttewtion tbe pro posed payment to the States of 35/ per head oat &lt;3 the Federal revenue is one that cannot be too severely condemned. It is shortsighted, tw statesmaofike, and selfish. It is the ■outcome of the Little Australian sen timent that seems to pervade the men ■vho just now happen to be at the head of affairs in the various States. It is impossible to imagine such a scheme meeting- with the approval of the men wfco will foHow when tbe voice of tine people demands, as it as sorediy wi31 si»Mtly demand, the rele gation of the present Premiers to poli tical oHrrioc. Men of broad jninds, who think on national lines, would never dream of incorporating- such a proposal in the Constitution of a na tion. It may be graced that some tentative method of apportioning the revenue derived from Customs and Excise between the...
The Daily Gerald. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910. OUR IMITATION HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
Seralb. ADELAIDE-: TUESDAY, HABCH S, lJlO. our imitation house of lords. The first plank of the Labor Party's fighting platform is "adult suffrage for the Legislative Council, 'with the object ofits oldmate abolition." It is not too much to say that this ^plaatk—though it zoMy be termed merely destructive—is of the highest, importance; as practically the remain der of the party's policy and certainly Labor's prospect of, achieving- any thing substantial, depend upon the ab solute removal of the blockade set up by a handful of non-representative anti-reformers.1 ~ There is absolutely no logical reason for the-eastence ^of-a .second legisla tive Chamber,. and there. never. was anything to justify its establishment. TTuE-eariy ^colonists of-this .State were niostiy English, and though- a great proportion had emigrated" because of li^insuffefable 'lMdiordism and^Tory-. ism bf Britain, thev^ 'with'thfe'TnnatE conservatism of their race, "proceeded tomodelthe -young; community -oa synii^ ...
ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. PROJECTS BY MINISTER OF CUSTOMS. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
ADVAKCE AUSTRALIA, j I ' "Mtoracrs bt mbtsxes-of CUSTOMS Alter considering the best means ot advancing .the interests of Australian piodacys. and.".manufacturers tiie Minis ter of Customs (Sir Robert Best) has come to the conclusion thai one of the most essential -steps to be undertaken, is that of bringing before Australian consumers in a concrete'.shape the fact that-togne= gard to a- large number of articles which axe-adw imported, from abroad Australia fc -well -able- to supply her own wants. The Minister says"It is unfortunately a fact that & large portion of our popu lation, including many even who are _ anxious to encourage local de velopment, 4s in complete ignorance of the excellence and variety of Australian manufactures And of the industrial skill of our workpeople." With a view of re moving as far; as possible this want Y>[ knowledge " the Minister has dccided "upon the following projects 1. The establishment' of a branch of the Customs Department, whose sole ...
COAL STIKE. PREPARING TO RESUME. PEOPRIETORS ASXIOUS. NEWCASTLE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
Coal smut PBEPABING TO RESUME. PEOPEIETORS ASXIOCS. NEWCASTLE, March 7. I It is believed in Newcastle that tbe owners will agree to a resumption on next Monday. Instructions have been given at several mines to prepare them for work. The proprietors are anxious to re sume because uie soul hern collieries are endeavoring to secure the trade whi^n hitherto has been held by Newcastle. The southern proprietors have even gone so far as to offer to bunker the coal to the vesseis lying at Newcastle Harbor, to enable them to proceed to Kembla for cargoes. The Miners* Federation are also anxious to see the end of the strike. A number of stores in tbe. north have stop ped the credit, and the roen will be forced bade to escape starvation. At the soothern collieries the Wages Board to-day announced that the pro prietors were 'very, much opposed to the board proceeding at all, as it appeared to; be within the power of tbe Federal Court to-overriHe the State boards. A sharp argument tocrtr jiace t...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
tubf topics: Special trains will be run in connection] with the Balakl&va Meeting on March 9. i Pariacilars have been issued by the Rail ways Department. ' The Mount Gambier Racing Club made •a. profit of £20 on its autumn meeting. T,ast Tear over £60 profit was "Shown on tbe satumn meeting. Owing to unfavourable weather condi tions and tbe wet state of the course, the committee of- the Balaklava and- Port WakefieW Racing Club have decided to postpone the meeting arranged for to day until Wednesday next. The course proper at Victoria Park will be thrown open this morning for the. use of horses engaged - at Gawler next Saturday. ■ ■ » That good horse lolaire. who credited Mr. K. P. MacI«eod with■. a dumber of wins, has been sold to Mr.-Charles Knotpp, of MossvaJe" "Stud, Oorowa. K.S.W., and will in due course do stud duty. • Even Tim?, who won the Y.R:C. St. LegerXZ saonihs ago, will not race again, j He developed , a leg, and as it wasrtoubt-' fid if he won# stand a preparat...
STARTING PRICES. V.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
STARTING FRIGES. 7.ELC. Elme Handicap—Buxston. 8 to I. Select Stakes—^Golden Point, 2 to L PJaoe Handicap—Conge d'EsIire, 9 w 2. Autunm Steeplechase—Hipon, 2 to 1. Champion Stakes—Prince Foote, 9 to 2' on. Farewell Handicap—Knox. 8 to 1. EOSEHILL. Trial States—Sliss Bobbin. 5 to L Camellia Stakes—San Pedro, evens. Juvenile Stakes—Kummulla. 7 to 4. Club Handicap—Black Range. 4 to 1. Hsilway Stakes—Vaunfie, IX to 2. Parramatta. Mile—Zenda, 6 to 1. Run off—Zenda, 10 to 9.
SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. .March. 9—Moonee Valley Kaces. 9—Balakhiva and Port Wakefield H.C. 9-10—Narracoorte H.C. 10. Mamat Bay -I.C. 10—Tamby Bay J-ft. 12—Gawler XO. 12—Y.A.T.C. (Vic.'i. 12—BosehiH Races (N.S.W.). 16—Epsera Races (Vic.). . " 16—Balaklara and Port WakeS-eld C. 15—Terowie R.C. 17—Southern Y.P. 3.C. - 17—Denial Bay J.C. 1£—Loxtoa H.C. 19—Port Adelaide R.C. 19—Hawkesburv Races (N.S.W.). 19—Moonee 'Valley Races (Vic.). 22—Cowell B.C. ~ 23—Btirra B.G. 26-28-30 and April 2—-A-.T.&lt;\ Autumn Mlg-. 26—AspeodaJe Park Races (Vic.). 26—Broken Hill J.C. 28—Onkaparinga ELO 28—-Wiiliainstawn Races &lt;Vtc.). 28—Lzhts iC. 28—JCadma- and WaHaroo J.C. 28—Penong J.C. a—Eenmark B.C.
MINING AT COCKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
MINING AT COCKBDKK COCKBORN, February 2fi.—The share hoWersof the Olaty Silver J6mng Com pany in Coefcborn were pleased at the good report received at the half-yearly meeting held in Mclbourlif. Thrin is no doubt aWrif. the vaiue of the pro perty as the body of ore uncovered is very large and of high percentage of silver and lead. All t&e trftartm; vozkjng on the Mu -tooroo nwftfls axe winning ore of high ■grade, bat the bulk is not large. The Ooetburn company has not started work since" She new year, bat it is re ported that they will start in a short time breaking -cue for flax. The ate car ries-over 3 par-cent, of copper-and* smaB percentage of gold. BEM26HA, Match £—The two Pliretters .Labor Candidates, thejlon- J. V- OT/Oghlin and Six. O- Treasure, addxeosad fcbelarg est g&thermg seen is Bettszra tar the last 20 years. Ihey vexe both ejAeixBdly re ceived, and explained many importent qosetiime pat to them by the eteetat They xeiQ get a good vote bare. Tbeir ieft...
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
METEOROLOGICAL. 1 WnlfijL'i Conditions at 9 Kcodar, Xucfc ;7« Tfaoogifinzt .fee OfflUBtntweatth.— . . ^Wiwitnlu Anbcslia^-Voetty fine -thxougfaont; ^doedy 4n 4be tropics *nd over the ntnwip ecmth >• «a^ «o3 &lt;oittem^ dirtrici& QttoqpgTgnd.—Gener ~ «Hy ~ gkjciny to wining' tlmrogbcraL Kew • fioiriii^ff'alQK-—fine aa3 cfcftr inthe norfii-weet; iTtfcewbece ^uudy . and unsettled, raining in ^.places.Tktarza*—Gloomy sod unsettled C iSzroogttdri* raining «t bcaUeml places. Tas liTOA-^Orcretst and unsettled ttcoagfaoat; . tmmng *i: many places. :£-y; ~~Veather Gooiitious Daring- Prfivions 24 :■ '."Hoars.— is A&n&' 4arinfiA.*4agbt rain in tiw- in c ^*^\»d r*^ X5aa6fc; elsewhere moderate to ^ - Northern Territory.— ^j^[gbfr£a£h Jsas f&nen -from Daly Waters to «oasL "~^eftem:JUaEta3isuT^o,nln reported. Queens*: heavy;-jp-eead rain bas fallen* to beary'raitr.fcas blien ^TpeEM^iS^y; ■ :Yk£oria-*—Herfvy rain itss fallen ? ^hroqg?w^;4cea&lt;^-C...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
smpprsa ■ -lSSme Balk-Monday, MEfcrch 7~BaII dropped at g*- to .Os-, corregpoadiag to 15b. 30m. ilarch 6, mw»p time. Semaphore.—Monday, March 7—Time of high 4od lw nter doabtfoi ABBIYED.—Hsroh 6. -Governor Uaagz&ve, e_, 17B, p. Weir south"1 «•» pacts. ARRIVED.—March 7. C&Stegoe, 856, J, W. fioberts, from the "Wtern States. Howard Smith Company, agents.1 feace. Purling, a., 227, F- B. Deny, coast. . Vttiwee, &, 175, C. Barry, Edithbtorgh, lioormga, a., ISO, W. German, Ardrossen^ • Jana, a. 106, G. McKay, StAnfibary. j ADSTEAUAK. WMJQUiriiiB.—Arrived: March 7—Kooyoag,' ■ cfeiewcastJe; 1LM.S. Grantee, Sydney; R3I.S. ~Mgo ejsSifc, Loodoo. SYDNEY.—Arrived: March 7—Uncolnehire, I ifnihiwn* • per^ Yokohama; Aiantac. Brisbane.! fiJtwCASTLE.—Axrised: Match 7—Apolda and • £. P., Bmigb. BltfSB^h.-'-AiriTOd: March. 7—Hoira, Rod-1 OVXPOSXs. POET TH2TOBIA.--Arrived: March 5—Bobby Suras, Addaide. . POET PIBIE.—Arrived: ' Ifmmh &~fiddejwgit Sydney. Sailed: March A— O...
PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
PBICES. " heat-—5]12z to 4/ per bushel on tracks. Port Adelaide, for farmers' let?. Flour.—Leading city brands, £10 per ton; country brands, £3 15/ per ton de livered in city. . . Bran.—A/4 per bushel delivered Ade laide. . Pollard.—1/li per bushel delivered Ade laide. Algerian Oats.—1/10 to 1/10J per "bushel on tracks or afloat Port Adelaide. Barley.—Gape, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on tracks Port Adelaide; English, 2/6 to 3/3 per bnsbeL
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910
- v.. . - J^^vbi^:4rafe of:,a TKy . .^he continuous »^;OQtk>6kuieeiaain ;^^toSntaiEOT-?^:iiiBiiet'in; leedstaffs ""le'jaependeiit'bii tte:weather tc fair, 'nzi^'^^^hext: few-weeks. 1'he :|isiJBrt5na&e in that tfae.ram will - -—.-i "' ^pii- lris tallow land and _ . -woit plougfa D^%fr®j0^;i^ ^ gpod demand to-day, ^dtogt^BfiiK: necessary after the: ^^E- tte 'iother hand, oats were' tsiez/ wiiile tiie - hay -aiid: cliaff change- - in gnus : doH ^t Satnc-i —i-- ' "'-"vis fihowing a tendency Slour" was - not ■■;asked 3^/iraiBt.-;' . •■-'' ■, • _ // £ (Mmfmm'Tjtmdoa dated ^^t^itoteiesi^-r^hewheat as "been leasy" ail tlie week, nriSs ilfeseaything, and ieseUera axe -■- - ju Tnany nmte^UPTS jateo are inclined ^;^^SSteiart y '^Values are nominally Ji^^^gua^to'-fMCjeV^ sale sellers would fc^pw|^3-ltp"iake «msiderably ander the iponiSli^fratte /There are ,slight iridics ^ti&biS'^h^ 'tito Goiitiiieiit may come into JThe"3>late;iiewB indicates a. poor crop i .quantity, hat ...