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ELECTION CAMPAIGN. LABOR CANDIDATES AT HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ELECTION CAMPAIGN. LABOR CANDIDATES AT HOfD HABSH. The Labor candidates for the Port Adelaide District (Messrs. MacGiUivray, Chesson,. and Thompson Gree^) and Mr. Archibald (J^abor candidate for the Hindmarsh District in the House of Re presentatives) addressed a large meeting at Hindmarsh ou Thursday evening. Mr. Brniih occupied the chair. and the meet ing was of a most sympathetic character throughout. • ^ • Air. aiactJilixiTay, after thanking the electors of the district for the. confidence they had shown in him in the pest, said 'that he wanted to show the cau£e of the isolation" of the Labor l'arcy. They had been blamed lor leaving the other party, but it was just the other way about. The other party aid iiot keep faith «ith them. When the agreement to join the Liberal and Democratic Union was made. the only name mentioned .was that of Mr. Peake. Mr. Price had aa absolutelyi ir€e haxul trf relect two or. ifaree-Minis ters from the Labor Partv, he be-. Ii^ved that .something of ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 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 AtlO GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AWO EXHAUSTION. Many of the most serious nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from lack of eaee 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, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne have gone with the old year because of neglect, whi ;h has introduced and aided the disease which kiUe<ft And so it is the plain duty of all men or women to keep this great nerve and blood medicine a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUSBAND AND WIFE. ACTION FOR SEPARATION. A SQUALID STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

HUSBAND AND WIFE. ACT-ION FOR SEPARATION. A SQUALID SXOfiY. " A sad story of the seamy side of life was nnfoided before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M., and justices yesterday morning, when Sarah Elizabeth Hannam, of Franklin street, Adelaide, applied for separation from her husband, William James Hannam, oh the ground of cruelty. Complainant also asked for the custody 'of ber infant children and for alimony. Complainant was represented by Mr. N. A. Webb and Mr. \y. J. Denny appeared for the defendant. According io the evidence the parties bad been married for 27 years, and there had been 12 children of the marriage. The wife accused her husband of consis tent cruelty. She alleged that he had frequntly. struck her and kicked her and thrown missiles at her. These statements were borne out by the evi dences of four of the children. The hus band, on his part, stated that his wife was almost habitually drunk, that she neglected her home and her children. and that he had had to speak to the authorit...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ALLEGED FORGERY. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ALLEGED FORGERY. MAN COMMITTED FOB TRIAL. At the Police Court an Monday morn ing, before Mr, J. Gordon, S.iL, and jus tices, Franz Lehmana, described -as k laborer, of Adelaide, ,was charged with having forged the name of Franz Leon hard to a cheque for £50, drawn on the Bank of Australasia, and with having uttered the same. V The evidence of Arthur K. Newbeny, chemist, of Bundle street, showed that accused called' at witness' shop on March 2, and after having made certain enquiries asked if witness sold German medicines. On receiving an affirmative reply accused gave an order ior some goods. He said that he would give an order on the bank for payment if wit ness would provide him with a piece of paper. Asked what bank he dealt with accused replied, "The Bank of Austra lasia." - Witness then provided a Com mercial Bank cheque form, altering the name to Bank of Australasia. Accused' filled in the cheque, but spelt witness' name incorrectly, and also made other mistakes in drawing out...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE GOVERNMENT POLICY —A FABLE. (Revised by Mark Twain's Understudy.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE mEMMEST FOLKS' —A FABLE. (Revised by Mark Twain's Podwsludy.) Once upon a time an ambitious lamh. who atteoded an art school kept fey an ass, decided to paint a picture thai should be so beautiful as to make all the animate admire it and believe it to be real. Tiie Asss was very proud of the picture his pupil bad produced, except in one or two particulars, which he said were too realistic, and might ofiend his rich patrons. But the Lamb said, "I will show it in a minor, by wnich means ail the positions will be reversed. What is too real will Liien seem merely an impressionist smudge, and what is unreal and imagi nary will appear to be true." He said, "i'lie mirror will double the distance and soften the picture, &nd make it twice aa beautiful as it was before." The Ass agreed, and himself put the finishing touches upon the picture, just as art teachers do in the present day. The animals heard ol' this picture through the house Oat, who was greatly admired by them, becaus...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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AN APPEAL TO ELECTORS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

AN APPEAL TO ELECTOBS. To the Editor. Sir—I would appeal to all workers in the'State to Votfe solidly at the forthcom-1 tog election, so that we may be in a posi-1 tion in &e new Parliament to place a good, abeitd, progressive I^boc ' Govern ment in power. Anything else wi11 be a calamity to the workers. In the past Parliament tabor was only in a minority of.ooe, against the combined, forces of -the Kational League andtbe "Liberals,"- and it behoves every one of us to be up and doing to see that the small majority they h&td is oorapietely-wiped, out. „In_„the event of Mr. Peske getting hack ttrpoteer, i what is to prevent Wffl from Che example of Mr. Irvine aad Mr. Wade j ia forcing the same sort of coezcive mea-1 sates tirtoagh the AesembJy to be. carried eiathoeaeetically ttsrough "the Legislative CouncfTT Can we as workers forget the 1 aftitode of that Chamber when they ae- j oorftd the req-aisite majority after the first; 1*e9end elections, the way they treated t...

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MINING AT KAPUNDA. KAPUNDA, February, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

MINING AT KAPUJTDA. KAPHNDA- PftbraurviSS. 1 There is much speculation in as to whether the Kapunda. Mine will atari operations before the elections or not. Mr. t>. lames, who is the owner of the hill side property, where it is stated a. shaft is to be sank, and a prominent man viewed the {dace recently to see what could be done in this direction, and it has been announced here that they will proceed to sink a shaft as early. as possible. Of recent years so much has been said of the mine going to start operations just previous to the State elec-' tions that most people here treat the matter as a huge Joke and an election eering dodge on the part of the owner, as Mr. James has eat for this district in the House of Assembly for a number of years. Some of the old mining men axe most dubious ahont it. One ton of apples vields 150 ralJon# of cider. An excellent programme it um de lighting the numerous patroos^Stf the New Empire Theatre. The well-known vaudyiUe artists. MoriiSSey *hi A...

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

FLINDERS. i .mere was a lair attendance at the iw stiiute hall, Port Lincoln, on Wednea. day evening, when Messrs. Darby, Mjose ley, and Twopenny were advertised to ad dress the electors. Mr. J. D. Bruce oc cupied the chair and introduced the"can-l didates. Mr. Darby, a local aspirant for political honors, said he was pleased -to see so many present, which-showed the, amount of interest taken in the comings contest. He did not aspire to any per sonal gain, but had offered himself as he felt that the west coast were in need of a representative thoroughly conver sant Witt! tha needs of the distrioi. TM« lie thought he was, having spent the best] pact of his life up and down the peoinJ sola, and bad seen it expand until m now thought it was one of the Tno^. mil portant districts in the State. Hal thought he was justified in seeking tfaeixj suffrage, and was a nortitnee of the Far-) mers and Producers* Political Union- H« was in favor of the division of the dtetj trict, "which he consid...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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CRYSTAL BROOK. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

CRYSTAL BHOOK. llarch 7. _roe x,aoor candidates" meeting at. Crystal Brook last week was most suc cessful. notwithstanding ffce continuous rain there was a large audience. THig is looked upon as a Conservative place, but the reception the candidates got would give the impression that it was a Labor stronghold.

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FUSION CANDIDATES AT MOUNT GAMBIER. MOUNT GAMBIER, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

MOOST K&'Zzi-P&b'S'sSMSajrawE.. ^}£--va»B»nP-»l>MIW. -Mwdi ft. 1 "~ - ' "'i""' Hit' Ijegis hfMStim&jQBmML ■ • -.■ i* :• . Mpant '!fc» tp ® BwEeoce" v ftjnBBWiamff :-JjBI -. ■' iftr ■ Tjuwdnt t^irliTiff S'i4>e popoaeoE t^ecqoal - At;. jepwaieaM^feg "M ■ the SUtes in the -/■;■ •-.- iBaMk,3»ad;-P0* 'beeniftrtaiwd, because, :-:r--fattiertooptatq - w^Ejddnmiatod by' party -.< inWwwm*. Hb claimed tb»i -late ' fnmnil . ^iraat»f '.as *p 1, IV'iyrfita.iat jtfee pu^ocjitto band outer the i- :^'-:Cr9hbasa: gad fecise ■ LUi'uuhe walhoot Ji -zaifcu^ibelfedenlpotf'er pfsrpenditure, -'-. Vbe:^Ues^3miEt' proirjde' against the The onmlidaie eaklthe • ffo?gvf«it agreement ■uwbs fee wry mease ■ j ~ - wjpoH iaw sngeested. Mr: - :. - flBaaes, *J» ,wsb a ipember <j£ the Pegsul 5 ;"OoTOmment, had end that the States •--•'■"TOggtlisvethggjTOrviW of a iefconi of a ^ :_«fetwm' af fl>E CnBfaaans iwJ/JSscise.' 'He &*J>9 tot-fl* -whole '-pr.-jipr...

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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

>aro the civil ''M ijronHarmm «mpll jLnqtinint.f^ with the fia^'TOtesfr'lthe ^Biai3a%y 3tr. Bntler in the policy '' ^"anat <3dmbier, ihat a new Jlctwould be introduced in of Parliament, bears .the of^Hib. ta&y -1» termed "vote " I 'jV civil servants' Vote being rtawf ione' in the metropolitan j is necessary to influence | Sipresent ^jhiefly goes to l , scheme' .'wiiiefe' aa&y ljB regarded aroth er of ife ' Pasion Go-' ■TOjiihip following morning rcfer e^ffjefcEurer's speB^lvcxpressed as ' folUwfBX—"35ic' alternative *»TP°Wnn' i« ^taw?nhww»lht• but avernment• without resorting to; BjJgutahle jneasqze,' is e®en new te -TOactiM a fnore ripid ■ bra recently prevailed*' : Varwyin anything they rowBi that the' servant .:u to be made to sufier Jlijie government be unable to carry' r feiTrfwm ppyoealB, and. therefore it t Government servants ^pAi^BCWj^' diiriiig the coining : * 3j®j-"rfo,®.bad time. , No ainual, ^pjgromptipns, feat for a, tame ■* " and thjs |n"...

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LABOR STANDARD BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

1 LABOR STAKDABD BBAEEBS. . %tam supporters. are urged to get to *»ork at once in Ibe interests of fee Labor Pasty and their standard bearers. The fallowing base been selected to date:— It For the Senate. ' 'W./'H- Story, B. E. - Guthrie, and O. SfoGregor. For the House of Bcpwaentatires, Adelaide—E. A_ Boberte. Boothby—E. L BalchtJor. Hindmaxsh—W. 0. Archibald. • Grey—A. Poyntan. Wakefield—J. H- Vaugliau. .Barker—M. A. Dvyer. STATE. For the Legislative CotroeU. 'Central District—J- P. Wilson, E. 1. 7X. Klauer, and A. W. Stoles. Northern District—T. H. Caetey and ff. J. Atkinson. For the -House of AssemHy. Adelaide—E. A. Anstey, H. P. !W. 3. Denny, and W, D. Ponder. Torrecs—F. W. Coneybeer, G- Dankel, J. T. n. Smeatoo, and C. Vsoghan. Port Adelaide—L MacGillivxay, H. (Ghesson, and Thompson Green. Victoria and Albert—W_ Senior, D.. Campbell, and F. G. Ayres. Stanley—C. Goode, H. Jackson, and W. 2. C. Cole. Wallaroo—J. Veaan, A. "E. Winter. -and. £ Herbert. Buna—J- Newtefd Murray—Geo....

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WOLGAST ENGAGED. VANCOUVER, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

WOLGAST EWG&GED. VANCOUVER, Starch 4. Wo\gast» the champion tigbiweigbt pugilist, iras accented an offer of a vau deville engagement at £250 per week.

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RAIN IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March' 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

BAIN' IX VICTORIA. MEZiBODRNE, March' 5. * i ±tenefccial rains have been reported from most parts of the State of Victoria' MELBOSfl, • March 7.—Sfai] costzsotof Kerwan just returned. - AH rivers run? ning banks. _ Highest flood many saearB* Over 5 in. since JYiday -morning. Titw possible for mails to cross rivers. SADDLEWOETH, March * 7.—-BHacI Springs mail due here 7.40 a.m. not yd arrived. Very heavy rain; counirt flooded. . . RDEA, March 7.—Port • August/ mail due 7 pjn. Sunday running dai lat^. Left this morning 8. Heavy Tainr

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TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

TBADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the Tradi and Labor Council -was hold at . thv. Trades Hall on Friday night. The Pre] sident (Mr. W. C .Taylor) occupied - the chair, and there was a good attendinceJ As invitation to visit the premises o4 "The Daily Herald" arid inspect the plant was received and accepted. The representative of the new paper was welcomed to the meeting. A Question of Affiliation. , An application for afifrliaXion "was re-' ceired from the Builders Laborers' As' sociation. ' The secretary (Mr. T. B. Merry) re-' ported that the rules of the new organi sation were in conformity with the re quirements of the council. " A motion that affiliation be granted was moved by Mr. Welsh. i Mr. Denton (United Laborers* Union] stronely opposed the motion on the grounds that the new body was creating an unnecessary , split' in tlie tanks of unionism.. Only 113 members had left the larger union to join the new associa tion. which was mot only admitting builders' ...

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PORT ADELAIDE ENTRIES. [?] March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

I POCT ADELAIDE ENTRIES. I • -rfiun M&cch IS;— Trial &eke*-{handicaps -sac fur*>&gs.~—Tommy Brats, Khrveria, TfaamAesess, Lorn itobertg, t^as ' Bava, Ttauxtevetag, Tradesman, Vobda, Summer field. Silts, GBatewarifc Srmafca liocfeie Ibid, Derzisger, Kartidafte, Aster, Lea^eu, Eoo niMi, Fleetteot, Storm <2neen, D - • Steelboae, JacV JoboG&a, Tosug-'e Pledge, Eao&n, Amrfera, Et TdvliJBOC Kaid, MarteSo, -Bosemona, Queeo Consort tL, A.KT., Bsttteferidj** Tostuaos, and Ciiummie. Ktver fcnntte &ace, atooct two gates. Nvrig yeri. Port ace, Carl Rdse, Warriof- Browidock, Seclusion, Zai King, Master Fisher Easter St. Aadngw, WeSogtem, Boght Jftst, aorf Ok^ PanL St. Patrick'^ Handicap .one male aad a fmUu.jj and 40 yuds.—Lord StaJFa, Grev Dawn, Silver Mora, BSleftteae II., F&ecnesB, Spjnaway, Slip pery, Coooafosr, Topedi Arquebus*^ The Tinman, Car1, Zena, IHi iiiimii Bttfttn, Moni« Bott«, Kis met JL, Destinist, BEaAnoe, Koor...

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BREAKDOWN OF THE TELEGRAPH LINE. COMMUNICATION CUT OFF. ON THE PORT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

BREAKDOWN OF THE TELEGRfiPHj LINE. COMJdUXICATION CUT OFF. OX THE POET USE. An inspection of the site of the break* down o£ the telegraph line between Chel tenham and Albert-cm gives some idea ol the tcrrinc force of the Sunday night's gale. 1" or a distance of fully half a mile the huge posts are broken oft as if they I bad been so many matches. The wires; «here the accident occurred, are in a slate of inextricable con tusion and entanglement, and for almosi the v/iiole distance between Alberton and Cheltenham they are crossed and re crossed as if an attempt had been made i to twist them into a giant cable. When the engine on the 8.15 p.m. Ade' laide to Port train struck the wires on Sunday it greatly increased the damage that had already been done. The storm was strong enough to smash the wires and blow over three or four great- posts: It seems marvellous' that the train should have run over three of the pil lars without being thrown off the lint and without the passengers feeling...

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BOXING. JEFFRIES' INTENTIONS. VANCOUVER. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

JEFEBXES' INTESiTIOKS. VANCOUVER. March 4. In tbe event of Ms being sgsecesgfuj in the boxing contest for the wotkfs cham pionship v» illi Johnson Jefiries will tour the world, accompanied by moviog picture operators and photographers. The prices charged for admission to the .lohnson Jeffries fi^ht range from £25 for a private box to £2 for asi ordinary £*>.?!. The receipts are expected to ex ceed £60,000. Already many applications for seats from overseas h-*ere been re newed, and srraD^emezits yTe being made for a large party from Australia.

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ANOTHER BREAKDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

AJTOIHEE BREAKDOWN. M about midnight on Sunday another breakdown, this tun© in flf>nnw»i.{^ witfr the telephone service, was discoveced aC Port Adelaide. In.Lipson street the.fury of the wind was so great' that om of the poles used for the support of the telephone "wires was smashed off near, the ground, and it dragged the wires with) it in its faXL Fortunately, the Aamaee done was not-very extensive, and has has since been repaired. j MOUNT GAMBIEK, Jlaich 5.. Steady rain fell .all day Saturday, bt' coming heavier in-the evening.

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MAILS DELAYED. INTERRUPTED BY FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

MAILS DELAYED. INTERRUPTED ^ FLOODS. The Deputy Postmaster-General re ceived the following telegrams on Mon day:— YOJTA'. March 7.—The Lilydale mail, due at 6.20 p-iu- on Sunday. arrived here at' 12.30 p.m. to-day. The mailman re ports 3i in. of rain along the track. The coontrv is flooded. PORT DARWIN. March 5.—With refe rence to the delayed Pine Creek to Kathe rine mail, have received the * following report from the mailman:—"Cause of the, delay was the overflowing of the CuJlen and Feigusson Rivers. Arrived at Cullen February 19 from Pine Creek, and found the river very high. ■ Was unable to cross without great danger to the mail, Oullen again rose; highest ever seen her. Was delayed there till February 85. 'Returned to Pine Creek with mail and received a fresh mail, and then again returned to the Cullen, reach ing there on February 26. Camped till the flood went down on February 28. Crossed the river, reaching the Fergus son on Monday night. Found the Fer gusson 4- ft. above cab...

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