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STORM AT GLENELG. YACHTS WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

SYOEM AT GLENELG. YACHTS WRECKED. After-the recent hot spell many yachts that had been in frequent use were moorea near the jetties in the' gulf, ana in several instances tnese suffered con siderably. At Glenelg boats were miss ing entirely, and in oiQer instances the> sustained serious damage. Among the owners who have reported their boats as missing or wrecked are Commodore .Nichols (motor la^mch X&reauda), Messrs. J. Ji. Wheeler (iidena), L. H. Aeene and Pinch (Atalanta), H. Cooper Uioamer), W. Dyke (.tfaratoo), A. P. i"ayne (i-*eraeveranee), F- D. Claxton (Koo doo), A. C. Johnson (Reliance), W. M. Hicks (Juanita), B~ A. futclier (Thistle), Vi. Morgan (Banshee), L. Pudney and It. Radford (Dacia), L. OoU-rell and Eose (Spee Waa), and W. J. Valley (Frolic). Vice-Commodore Toiley's Carriena was moored near the jetty, and dragged her moorings until she humped the timber work of the jetty, and became so en tangled that it was necessary to cut the mast to free the boat. The ...

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

POINTS FOE ELECTORS. Polling Days.—Legislative CounciL, House of Assembly, and Local Option Polls, April 2. Senate, House of Representatives, and Financial Agreement and State Debts Referendum, April 13. It is the duty of every elector to exer cise the franchise. The worn-out State rights issue is being relied upon to carry the Federal Fusion into tbe Ministerial haven. The State Fu sion apparently relies upon any old bribe that is good enough to catch a vote. The Fusiomst policy does not provide {or a- reform of the franchise for the Legis lative Council. Without such refcem there is no possibility of any progressive legislation being passed. These facts can not be too often reiterated. The Labor three for tbe Central District in the Council—Wilson, Khmer, and Styles—have been meeting with splendid receptions all over the electorate. The eiecws have been impressed with the practical nature of the Labor programme i amen compared with that of their oppo nent^ " Fortunately t&...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMARKABLE RAIN. MEASURED BY INCHES. WHOLE STATE BENEFITED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

remarkable rain. MEASURED BY INCHES. WHOLE SXAXE BENEFITED. Mr. Bromley said on Monday morning: —"The monsoonal disturbance, which during the past four or five days has; been working southward from the tropics, has displayed remarkable energy, gra dually increasing in intensity "as it moved over this State, and developing into a cyclonic swirll Under its in fluence one of the heaviest and most, widespread rains ever experienced in' South Australia has resulted. Steady el1 jiructicaily without inleroiis-. sion for the past three days. This] morning's weather bulletin shows that I since Saturday morning further heavy phenomenal rains have again fallen, with the exception of the west coast and far herth. Over the upper and lower north during the past 4S hours the amounts have been moderate to very heavy, many stations recording over LOO, the maximum being 3.10 at Melrose. Coming, southward the rains have been exceptionally heavy, every station report ing more than an inch, and the majo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TANUNDA TRAGEDY. DEATH OF THE VICTIM. THE INQUEST. BONELLO COMMITTED. TANUNDA, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

TAXl'MU TRAGEDY. DEATH OF THE VICTIM. THE INQUEST. BOXELLO COMMITTED. TAKTTVnA. Marrii 7. ' "5foiiu PHish, .the . victim 'of the ' TsmnnHn shooting case, succumbed on Monday morning at 5.50 to the injuries received. < TANCSDA, March 7. . The inquest concerning the death of Korma Piush was formally opened this • morning.! " Mr. t.. Sehrspel was Coroner. . . . Mounted. Constable Shegog watched the ,: -3eaee on behalf of the police, and Mr. C. \-K*. H. Lake appeared for Mr. Seward v. Plush and family. ' fej.i^KK'reason jfrhy.the inquest was-.not /•opened earlier was to allovt Dr. Cherry ffttotriaie a' post-mortem' examination of the ifcody. • . !

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SALE OF COUNT ZEPPELIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

SAiE OP"<X)CiiT "ZEPtPEUif. M Hie horae-saSe a*. Rewzosi&ei, Count ZeppeJai was porcbased by J. McGowan for 190 guineas.

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THE SISTER'S EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

igJGSIEB'S EVIDENCE. S^^ejewdencte Enima PSarl Plush was aiiified/with her patents at Siegers N id iraa a'sister of Sanaa. ; Plash. ^.iwfioiiiBUo ill the mnrning and a^5>etw;een2.aiid3 iatheafteinoon . fie ifemooii lie came nncler the *:ve ^dah ffithe .fcitcfaenand ,pnt a jug sad 1 "T-tmithfi ground-Be theniBaid tober j'S^Sjou don't "believe ;;sny , word;'' j jijb JiS£ parcel as if to go, l>pt laSiitiTevolTer from his pocket St? *354®." -. She dodgedsthe bpl ^^tefad_3tfae 3ooc of iyeikitchfeii. •; u>>i.«issBitting ih the kitchen at the table. |.®«:>B*othepil»enraii in ajid^railed JJbnna :and_ the -.deceased said, gSBBw&Jfr*; frightened, mother, I'm not ■ J|^i,&a'S^ inOtiiefe Ehut the door and they fcitchen-f-,£he tried to L;!W&': meadoor,. but 'the bey ..was outside. -/3»neItaJ;piished ,the:<io6riX)pen, although _r^^i n?other was idotng her best lo prevent jn^jbiit-she "^^as overpowered- Norma and her mo :J^gsfltSg3aeis{3? at Bon^lo ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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PORT PIRIE RACES ABANDONED. PORT PIRIE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

PORT PiRiE RACES ABANDONED. PORT PTE IE, March 7. Owing so continued rain the comnrittee of the Pent Pixie Racing Ctub decided to abandon tbe meeting, which was post poned from Saturday until to-day. Thexe have been 4 in. of rain since Friday. B, has been decided to apply to the J3.AXC. to -ho}4*a meeting on Hazch 30.

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BONELLO IS TEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

• BONEfcLO IS TEAS& - r > JWlieh the Coroner, "witnesses, and Bo Dello went to view the body, the latter tnrst into tears, and cried, "Oh, poor Sky; ipobriittje Sky." , - _Se.vari3 Plash said he was a fruitgrower ofSiegersdorf, near Tanunda. He knew tfiepn^jner, Carl Augusto Bonello. He hadbeen in his employ, fruit picking, frotn January 23 to February 25. After ,-Bonelln! left his employ he allowed him - ta iive in his old house, which was about CO yards distant from his residence until he Teceived other employment. He ie-. inembered Saturday, March 5. About 10 ;0>a0ei 3ii;ihe-momiiig Bonello came to Sife-kitcheii. He was in the kitchen, and 3>e y as taftlri pe in an excited manner. He * d&ughterhas'been Tunning ■ahpiil' with Jfred {Jttp, and on that account 3ibiin b& '€he premises." He was ^K>nl.lOO%ardsfrom the house, lif-past 2 lie heard a report like _ .aM almost imiaediately 'he l^iiBanErie *«llout"that Carlos , Sbot.some'one. He ran to the ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

SCBa$CaiN€B. MELBOURNE, March-?. The foUowiag are scratchings for tfae^ .Ganlfidd Meeting:— Hnrdle—Regret, PorfQght. T woyear -oi ri—Cluraun. St. Hilda Cup—True Scot. Pimxter. South Yarra Handicap—Cail Boy. Wetter—Dipioaiatisi.

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DONCASTER HANDICAP AND SYDNEY CUP. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

1DOXCASYBR Ai© finpi S3TJ!fPf, Maroh 7. ] ! The foHo»iog are tbe weights for 'the (-caefcer Randies?) and Sydney Cop:— DCB*CftSra& HAffDiC&F . 1 YfctE WEJG+iTS. ! st-4h. Jtotber Goose .. Alaina 9 T2 ItnnoHy Bobobaff .• .. 10 BaStm. .» ^ Haltioe 9 7 H&yticH M .. Irishman. 9 S Sucre ...... Parsee — 9 3 Forae .. _ .. .. Halt King .. .. 9 3 Gidyea Soo of x&e Shaah 9 0 Jtuadfni .. ... Miks Fiauenr . .. 8 12 Seatoo l>ai» , _ l^follan .. .. .. 8 12 'lAOtiQta Maia .. .. _ .. 8 11 Itorch.. .. _ ttetograph — 811 Snowfoot*. _ Fiavifinu>.. _ _ 8 11 Apple Pie. _ ^ Kiitf .. 8 11 St. tioewells.. .. Blue Book ~ .. 8 8 Saci Pedro .. ... tiuouy South . .. 8 8 Moldavia... M ArtiUcrie.. .. .. 8 8 Bdoa *ay. _ .. 8 8 Proprietor. — _ — 87 Diplomatist M _ -.8 6 Dili.. _ — 8 A Brigbtie _ -.8 3 Ftoy Star. „ -,8 3 Alice Court — 8 2 Bko Out „ _ w 8 2 Balgou-ac .. 3 2 Dose of dareuce ..8 2 Wawla. . .. .. Uarftee 8 2 Affeusas j£ar Sfea*_ .... 8 2 - Lata fflJe Kogi Katie.. .....

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CAULFILD WEIGHTS. MARONG HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

rATTFTT.n raGPTf. MAiiONG JTTJRDEE. Two miles sod M yards. st. lb. ! "Vernier 12 Ji The GstM.. M "The San 13 9 Mundotta.. _ Por&igb' 11 1 Cj'«eval .. _ Silvery Port .. ... 10 11 Jjeubucb . Regret. HI 7 Apoplexy .. _ lartrn PesPKmd «_ 10 3 GieDcoe Acfir 10 3 ORKOKG TWO-YEW?«OLD. Si* fiKiongs. BJ&irgoux •. .... 9 0 Hbeinis. .. .. Xtenans 8 II Helbon. . _ Bobadea - 8 9 Cootegugyato . Vira . »- ... .. 713 St. Bob .. Lengtaun 7 11 Stose. Eingjicc •• .. 7 11 Tortcs .. ... Sacre 7 9 Vi^iiaa&e.. _ Pay Too 7 6 Rotate .. .. PecdaioQS 7 7 Sinniant-y „ .. Ctauaa 7 3 Ckreaupt .. .. Um Kat-I .. „„ .. 7 3'Ia£Se S&m — •13§y "SajJCP...... 75 Dose ... _ ST. BCUNL COP 1 One mtfe asd tbtee Sericege. Trae Scot.. _ 911 Striei. .. .. 7 % Eno* . 9 11 Geiigiri&e — — 7 7 Ortfne - 9 5 VHmboio. _ _ • 7 T -Conge <T Retire .,9 0 Katouree .. „ .. 7 5 Lnod Solui ..I ..fill Actwe.. M M M 7 3 iDfaotri 8 7 Iliad -.7 3 Yarrabar .. r. .. 8 7 Gigtefieen Csvst- _ 7 3 Pla...

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PORT PIRIE. occupences. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

P0BT PiBrHi. . Trial swtej £ix* fartcHngs. Special weigfeiB.— Boadi, Juggler's King, Sarcastic, Berber bate,. Lord EaaioeDce, 'Bt>aay Jane. Ytae Doctor, Bzigbi i'oscig, Bnwi, Ofcvaster, Stafford, Jiice JoBjl, Tomboy. Pteestol, FUgoafi, The AmeodmenL Hurdfe&i aboet two miles.—Borohah, IS A. 12 lb>; Macambe, 1&1Q; Miss Million, 10-2; Spoonful, 9-3; Tommy Barns, 94}; • St. A.f>dn*gj a.7. Tbe Jfrfaa Handicap, sa. fndnngs.—Besattoi, 9 sfe- 5 lb.; fterdsmau, 6.10; Le^y«ar, SA; Bynk, S-3; LifcJefaamptcR, 8.1; Fieestol, 7.12; S&ccastic, Z8; Height Toetig. 7_3^ Beadier Lass, 7.0; Tbe Amendment, 7.0. A.u.fcum*i Handicaps nice and hail foriopge. —Timothy, 9 st U lb.; Lord Amherst, 9J); Zsb& Dare, 8J7; Teeirto, 8-7; Capitano, SA; £fe raet 5-6; Lutg Soor 7.8.; 33k HeuBXt, M; Kiwpuot, 7.4; Izxnb Giles, 73. Oaklanete Handicap, five imluatn.—finaagnl, 9 et. 8 tbu^ Bentemaa, 842; Qtmi Maieh, SS; Leapyeaar, &5*; 8-5; Litfih lmu^mt, &3; FleestoL...

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THE CHAMPION STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE-CHiHPIOK STAKES. . Mr. Cases' fflharrmap of the V.B.&) presses aacoysCQce dad disa^xrixament at the .Stskee race, and says the; committor-w3i no donbl -discoES-tite mat- ■ tar.

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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ROSEHUA R&CIlSrG CUTB. I CTDX37F. MLaiilt "5. The Basefaffl Racing CSnb began their Cop ! Meeting to-day is farocable ^eatbet. These j was -an excellent aitsndaoce. Kcsotts■ __ TiHAi^STAKES. j Six fodongs Mise Bobbin, 8 «t. S lb. ... .. 1 i En*,' 8 efc'S lb- -• ; 2 j Caveone, 6 at. 9 ttu 3 i Betting—6 to 4 against &a Pistol, 5 to 1 Mi® I Bobbin. - ] Woe by a length, a neck between second «od third. Time, lm. K>£s. I CAMELLIA. STAS.ES. j One mfle. Sar. Pedro, 7 el. .. .. .. .> .. .. .. 1 1 , .Kadir. 7. st. 10 lb. .. ..' 2 Taontie, 6 st.' 7 lb ..5 Betting—Even mooey Sao Pedro, Woo io the last stride by a bead, a eimilar distance sepan&og' second iasd third. Time, - lm. 41s. JWKKILS STA-KES. . Fwe fwiougs &<npmotta, 7 d. 4 k M J $yiv3*Mtef, 9 8t. 5 Hj. .. .. .. .. _ 2 G^eenu&uk, 7 st. 4 lb 3 . - Bettiog—7 to 4 against KuazmiUa. After a food tinted KonmraHa beat Syivaader by g. short neck, a length between seoood aod-j rttoiiti. -...

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A "BOLTING" DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

A "BOLTTXG" DRIVER. - A'bout 5 o'clock on Monday evening a resident of Stepney, whilst .crossing at the intersection of King William and Hind ley streets, was "knocked down by a milk cart. The man had a narrow escape from serious injury, as one wheel almost passed over his head, but fortunately he was only a littfe iSaken. The driver of the vehicle, who, it is alleged, was under the influence of Qqasz, whipped up his horse afteT the accident and attempted to 'get away. He was chased, how,ever, by a plainclothes constable, and his name taken before be had proceeded far.

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WHEAT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

wmkat kkpaht. . ^6es8te.-John Darling & Son report as follows:' Under date March 7:—Wheat. — During! the week European mackfits have chown1 aagoe imp«w«nneoV end «sreo2 sales ol p*r<ff$s and cm^aes have fceaa eflected at fal lowing piicaParcels *t paces ranging from 37/9 to 38A& c_iX pec (steamer to liverpool, and 38/ cdX. to .Anwexp. Sailing cargoes have been qqrttfrd *t ppcee ranging bom 38/9 to 39/, ac wfrding to fif»' and position. Since then, how fiver, maAet has become exfatsdy dull and depressed, and European prices hawe needed-, To-day's. ttiaes—Parcels to London and l4rer pool 37/9, and February-March sailer •caxgoee at , 38/3 to 38/6 c-Li. For 'steamer cargoes at pre sent there are no buyers, nominal value being * 38/6 cdi. It is reported that the steamer cargoes of Ahe Troutpool and Uganda sow on passage: have been offering at 39/ c-i-L without btttinewj resulting. Oar local marfcete have, in iyppifliy a^ted correspondingly, and values ad-| _*an...

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THE COMMONWEALTH AS PAYMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE OOMMOJfWEAiXH AS • PAYMASTER; " 7 Journalists, like other mortals, do not like to wofk under sweating conditions. So lar.as.the payrnent far shorthand work is concerned,' the Commonwealth is -a sweater. The South Australian Institute of JooroaiSte wrot^ to the Minister, for Hocne Afiaiz£-on Jaxmary 8;—'"When -the Federal Arbitration Ctnni last sat in Ade laide, the nfieeasaijr sborthsaTxi wade was. offered to certain Adelaide reperts at 3d, per.folio of 72 weeds, for -which six type written copies/had to be KnppHed. After the typewriting had been paid for, 2d_ per folio would be left for the shorthand.-wri ter, aad-it is almost needless'to say that every member of this institute declined to accept the contract, lie answers given in .the EederaJ-Pariianieni Jast session on che subject were not complete, becaoee the typewriting aspect of the question was not mentioned. The State Governments pay 1/ per folio, only one typewritten copy to be supplied:." The suggestion was made by th...

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"PHENOMENALLY COLD AND WET." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

"PHENOMENALLY COLD AND WET."" Under the above heading Mr. Bromley, the State divisional officer of the Com monwealth Meteorological Bureau, said! on Monday evening:—"The weather at Adelaide during the past three days has been without parallel in the history oi the Observatory, for never before in J March itase we had such a cold and wet spell. During the past 53 years' record* there has never been more than two daysj in March with the maximum shade tem- < perature below 65 degrees, whereas tbisi month there have been three in succes sion, namely, Saturday, 63.3; Sunday, 62.4; and MiHSiajj'84:7.—Then "as regards the-j rainfall, there has only been one occa sion since 1839 when more rain has fallen in any moot}] during a three days' period than that recorded between 8.30 a-m. on Friday and 8^0 a_m. Monday. The re cord fail happened m May, 2853, when 3.94 inches fell during the 12 hours, as against 3.67 inches during the pest three days." A respite from the continual rain is...

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THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE IM-MtGSATiON QUESTION. li is hoped that the Labor Party will be able to prevent the Government pat ling into effect their proposed State aided immigration of large numbers of agricultural laborers, unskilled workers, mechanics, anisans, and domestic ser vants. There is absolutely no necessity for thus squandering the public funds in importing hundreds, maybe thousands, of poor people tram the cities of %he old world. Xbe idea is a delusion and a snare-to entrap indigent townsmen and penniless city girls to come to this State »n the hope of getting lucrative perma nent employment. Ihere are no open ings for any male labor of a permanent kind that cannot be supplied from the metropolitan area. As to domestic ser vants, there are more than enough com petent. girls ready and anxious to take do mestic service in the hoiues of humane mistaesees, but who would sooner starve Lbiui work for the, unreasonable and in considerate womafL The real dearth is housewives who understand household...

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ATTUNED TO THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ATTUNED TO THE TIMES. "Rational" writes somewhat in a spirit of revolt, thus:—"As one who has done a little towards "The Daily Herald' I haii ft'ith gladness its arrival, and hope and trust that it will overcome all obstacles in its path, and, like Tennyson's brook, go on for ever, not singing a miwwHan tune but thundering Irom the heights the great need of our age, the gospel of brother hood, truth, and justice to all who labor for the eradication of the spirit of selfish: ness, greed, and oppression. May the time be not far distant when peace ana contentment will smile in our sunny land, but until tb&t age shall have come let ub fearlessly, relentlessly, and continuously arouse the spirit of revolt. Our country needs cleaning, we will not help the cause by craven silence, w&en wrong is commit ted, for a wrong to one is a wrong to all- OnlJ' by formidable attack and bril liant tactics shall we win the day."

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