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"STRAP-HANGERS' DIVIDENDS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

"STRAP-HANGERS' DIVIDENDS." Wfeen a deputation waited upon, the] tramway authorities in one of the cities of the United States and asked that more I consideration should be given to the com fort of passengers, and that they should not be required to crowd the cars andi hang on to the straps, the representa tive of the tramway company replied! that he could not think of giving morel accommodation, and remarked that it was the strap hangers who paid the dividends! for the company. In connection with I the cars of Adelaide many passengers are j required to take up the position of "strap hanger," and travelling under those con- j diions, especially during the present wet j weather, is not of the most pleasant character. With the car crowded and I the motozman experimenting with a powerful electric b^ake, wbich brings the car tt> a. standstill very suddenly, the position of £he "strap^iaiiger" is indeed precarious. He has to be .careful thai be is not. forced violently against another...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IF THE ASSYRIAN COMES DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

if' THE ASSTBIAJf COMES DOWV. A ao-opezatxve farm colony or colonies would be of ktfLuftdy greater practical benefit u> (be ctnammty than tbe flood ing of tie labor market with penniless immigrants. Sooth Australia requires rw imported paupers to Jutd to any imrn pioyed difficulty. She needs settlers from the agricultural districts of the United Kingdom, not the helplessly poor from the British and European slums. The advent of unskSed laborers, Besides seriously aggravating any local unem ployed difficulty, would tend to these im migrants becoming a. charge on the rates or charities. When the Assyrian, in the form of cheap European or other, imported labor, descends like a wolf on the fold of South Australian industry,: then may come the breakdown of tbe unions, the eight hour system of labor, tbe lowering of the standard of living, a substantial reduction in the ruling rates of wages, and the extinguishing of the Wages Boards. Unscrupulous capitalists want a. large surplus of c...

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

THE BDILDfifG THADE STRIKE. There is yet no gleam of light on the building trade strike. Masters and em ployes seem to be marking time, and no | further developments in tbe way of; settlement, or advance toward that de sirable end, are reported. Several more strikers, however, on Monday morning be gan work under fresh employers at the! 1/6 an hoar rate.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TRADES UNIONISM IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

fKADES UNIONISM IN THE TJXITED STATES. The latest official statistics available show Hie aggregate membership o£ trades unions in the United States w« about 2^00,000. Of this total 1,586,885 be-1 longed to unions affiliated to the Ameri can Federation of Labor. This last, figure is based upon the average number | of members paying a per capita contri bution to the federation. In the pre-, vkras year the membership of the federa- j tion was 1,538,970, but most of the in crease in 2903 was due to ihe readmission j of a union having a membership of about; 40,000. Apart from these the increase in membership in 1906 was relatively smaii. Of the unions not affiliated to the Ameri can Federation of Labor the most impor tant are the organisations of railway ser vants (SffJ&jS members) and the brick layers and masons (68,000 members). |

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

BOTANIC PARK. Under ordinary conditions the Botanic Gardens and the spacious park adjoining are on Sunday afternoons the rendezvous of a large number of people. In addition to the attractions of the gardens, the music of the band, or the meetings held by the various religious and political or ganisations bring a large number of people together. On Sunday afternoon, howewer, the climatic conditions in Ade laide were such as to give those popular resorts a desezted appearance. The only meeting held during the afternoon was tit at under the auspices of the Labor Party, at whieh there was an attendance of about 300 people- The meeting had been specially advertised, as it was the intention of Mr. E. A. Roberts to deliver an address particularly to the far mers who were in town on account of the Show, but as rain fell throughout the af ternoon, and the conditions generally out of dooTs were unpleasant, Mr. Roberts an nounced that he would reserve the address until a later date. Mr. Craig ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SUMMERS V. DOUGLAS. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

SCSTKBRS V. DOUGLAS. SYDNEY, March 5. At the Stadium last night, in the pre sence of 10,000 spectators, Arthur Doug-: las (9 st. 6J lb.) met Johnny Summers! (9 st. 10 lb.), in a. 20-round boxing con-! test. - The fight went the full term, and at the conclusion the referee; ("Snowy" Ifaker) declared it a draw. It; was described as one of the most willing1 and evenly contested fights yet seen on; the Stadium. 1

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LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP M0EDOK. Maxcb 4, Tommy Murphy* of York, defeated Owen Megan, .the Knetifih Egfatwejgfafl champion boxer, after 20 rounds. 'Hie re feree's decision wss jeered, Moras franti cally protesting that be bad been robbed The* winner will raeei Wolgast.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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VICTORIA V. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

Victoria v. Western acstralta. PERTH, March 6. In the inter-St«te malch yesterday Fre mantJe experienced a great surprise. The bowlers. Selk and Saunders, on an excel lent wicket, quite mastered the batsmen. Scores:— WESTERN AUSTRALIA. First Innings. Howard, thrown out .. .. 9 Parker, b. Kyle .. .. 9 Hogue, b. Kyle 25 0!art«r, b. Saunders 6 Rowe, c. Johnstone, b. Saunders .... 8 Christian, c. and b. Saunders .... 9 Dr. Good, b. Saunders 0 Evans, c. Carfceek, b. Saunders 0 Patfield. b. Kyle 10 Dr. Anderson, e. Carkeek, b. Kyle .. 2 Selk. not out 7 Sundries - 6 Total 89 Bowling. Saunders, 19 overs, 5 maidens, 45 runs, ■ 5 wickets. Kyle, 13.2 overs, 2 maidens, 29 runs, 4 wickets. Kenny, 5 overs, 0 maidens, 29 runs. Second Innings. Hogue, not out 4 Howard, not out 3 Total for no wickets 7 VICTORIA. First Innings. Stuckcy, b. Selk 16 Kortlang, st. Paiiield, b. Selk 25 McKenzie, st. Patfield, b. Selk .... 9 Horan. b. Selk .. 11 Kenny, c. and h. Selk 8 Lampard, not out 11 Johnstone, b. Sel...

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DECIDEDLY PACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

DECIDEDLY PACKED. At the Deakin meeting on Friday even ing last the Prime-Fusion-Minister in acknowledging bis enthusiastic reception, referred in terms of ^gratification to the "packed" meeting. 2fo more fitting de scription could, have been applied—the meeting was most carefully packed. Ad mission to the Town Hall was by ticket, and the necessary pasteboards were care fully doled out by officials of the National League, the Fanners and Producers' Poli tical Union, and the Liberal and Demo cratic TTnion- A few non-ticket holders managed to have an opportunity of aurally gathering the pearls of eloquent nothings which fell from the Prime Minis ter's lips,- but had they been the genuine commercial article fathered by the oys ter, individuals unprovided withthe-open sesame," could not have been' more rigo rously scrutinised by the officers of the law who guarded the Town Hall entrance. The annual meeting of the Licensed Victuallers' Association is. announced to be held in the Imperial...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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CRICKET. TEST MATCHES IN SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

CRICKET. TEST MATCHES IN SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON. March 4. The M.C.C-, who won the third test match against South Africa by three wickets, wi3J begin the fourth test match at Capetown on Monday.

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THE SHARE MARKET. Monday Evening. London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE SHARE MARKET. Monday Evening. • i London Quotations. Silver shares were lightly noted, show ing a fall in Block 10 of 1/i. A full list of copper shares were qupted, and highpr prices prevailed. No gold quotations came to hand, so presumably they were unobanged. The business done on the' Stock Ex change of Adelaide on Monday was only of moderate dimensions. - Barrier shares, excepting Broken Hills, came in for ex ceedingly small notice. Gold shares bad fair trading in a couple of lines, but cop per and tin stocks were quiet, but for Vegetable Creek, which were on the np grade. Taken ail round valued were ver*. . [little changed. Investment trading hsJ . rather more business than of late, an/ values were firm.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

COUBSUJG. A meeting of the Eadunda Coursing Chit) was held on March 3 to fix a date and make general arrangements for the next meeting. A large number of cours ing enthusiasts were present. It was de cided to apply to the N.G.C. to hold the! first meeting on May 5. That day is also a German holiday, and a big attendance is assured. A stake of £$0 will be given, the first dog to receive £30 and a silver cup, valued at £S, will be presented by Mr. E. A. Mann. Mr. E. A. Wickms will be asked to do the judging. Mr. H. Stoneham is the bon. secretary. The Reeves Plains Coursing Club pur pose tedding a meeting in lime, when tbey intend to nm a 32-dog stake. Hares are reported to be plentiful in this dis trict. The Moonta Coursing Club have de cided to bold two meetings daring the forthcoming season, viz^ in Jane and August.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ana 10 and 63 BUNDLE ST., ADELAIDE. MAIL ORDERS SENT BY RETURN POST. Please state Size when ordering. .W. Barlow Shoe Stores. PLEASE ADDRESS ALL MAIL ORDERS TO 63 RUKDLE STREET, AOELAIDE. AND AT PORT ADELAIDE. ATHLETIC footwear. White Uam'as Tops, Rubber Soles. Boo**—siar-e, 5 to 10, 4/11* flbars—Child's sites. 6 to 9, 1/6; 10 t* . 2, 1/9: Men'* and Wcanso'fe sizes, 13 to 8, 1/1L LADIC6' LANGTRY SHOE. Clark's English mate, pump sole* Wurtemtmrg heels, pretty buokit, 15/3. BOSTOCK S BOOTS FOR MEN". Bfcaek or Taw Glaee Kid, welted eoles. all shapes, 19/6. Wp are sHo Agents for the Celebrated English Manufacturers, Southall and C. J Clark. PLEASE STATE SIZE WHEN ORDERING BY POST. NURSES' SHOES. Complete with rubber heela, 2/11 and 3/11. Belter qualities, 4/11, 6j^U, 7/11, and 9/6 'Phone 2557 Central. Welted soles, all shape?. 19 6. The 111 list-ration shows the latest foot-fonn shape. We are also Agents for Barry's and Regal American Boots. BOYS AND YOUTHS" BOOTS. Box Calf. 7 to 10. 5....

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STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

STOCKS AJkD SHAKES. Bank of A«eJarfe, buyer £8 9/6. .\auunal biua tpreierctice), buyer £12 ill/. National Batik (urdinaryj, seller £5 17/6. Oiuuacrci&l mil* (preference), buyer ±A 1/. Commercial Uauk (urdHkary), seller li/S. tiiigiish, Scottish, acd Australian (preferred is scrioed), buyer 12/4^, seller 12/7g bugUta, fccottisn, ai>a Auauausn (deferred in acnbedj, buyer 18/li, teller 1B/6. iNVLfcTMLM" aNU JMJlfSltUAL STOCKS. S.A. t»as, buyer £12 4;, seller £12 10/. Perth Gas, E»uyer isroten Hul Gae (paid), buyer 16/.. Adelaide Steams'iiio, ho., oosinfc- ouyer 39/5 seller 40/. Gulf Steamship. buyer 41/. Klecrric SuT>n:y ti» neff-Ln-^i. buver £* 15/. Elcctric SappK' (ordinary), buyer' £5 3 Eider? Szehq. Co., buyer iia 10,-6. Howard Saurb (preference) buyer 20/3. • Howard Ssulh (ordinary), SI/, cteacg boye 60/» seller 51/. Fort Docks, £6 2,, closing buyer £6 1/6, sella £b i/. Brojten Hill Water, buyer 19 6. 20/. D. &. W. Murray (preferences buye: £5 12/, Australian...

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ALLEGED FRAUD. AN ARREST IN SYDNEY. ADELAIDE AND MELBOURNE PEOPLE VICTIMISED. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ALLEGED FRAUD. AN ARREST IN SYDNEY. ADELAIDE AND MELBOURNE PEOPLE VICTIMISED. SYDNEY, March 7. The Sydney detectives to-day arrested a middle-aged. Englishman of good deport ment and well spoken on serious allega tions made against him. It is asserted tbat his apprehension will satisfactorily clear up many inter-State cases of fraud. The detectives allege that the man, who accurately answers the "accused's descrip tion, paid periodical visits to Adelaide, Tasmania, and Melbourne from Sydney, and bought clothing and other goods from firms, in payment for which he tendered valueless cheques for. fairly substantial amounts. He bad, however, always >lis ai<peaxed before the fraud was ootV^?. On bis return to Sydney the detectives further allege the man would ... pawn most of The poods, so that his bestriess was a profitable one. The cheques be tendered Were usually for three times the value of the goods. On Saturday the lodging rooms occupied by the suspect in Paddington w...

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RUSSIA AND CHINA. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION. COMPLICATION THREATENED. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

RUSSIA AND CHINA. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION". COMPLICATION THREATENED. LONDON. March 3. M. Korolovicz, the Minister for Russia in China, has submitted to the Chinese Foreign Bo aid a forma) proposition for the extension of tbe Kalgas railway b3' foreign capital as an alternative to the Aigun-v?hincbow project. It is thought that China wiH refuse this and build the rest of the road purely with Chinese capital. Dispatches reporting the intention of (lima to permit an Atogfo-American syn dicate to construct tbe Chiochow road without lUissia's assent have caused dis quiet, and Russia has communicated with the wriom Powers. Notes. were interchanged in 1899 bearing on the. con struction of the railways north of Pekin. for which Russian 'capital only was to be employed if these are built by the Chinese themselves. There is talk of military demonstrations if Chirm persists in her present attitude in Manchuria. LONDON, March 4. The United States Ambassador has re ceived a oourieoiis acknowledgmen...

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LUNATIC AT LARGE. BRISBANE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

LUNATIC AT LARGE. BRISBANE, March S. John Treroary, a lunatic who escaped] from the Good n a Asylum, is still atj large. \

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AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. DUNEDIN, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

AUSTRALIA V, NEW ZEALAND. -J DTTNPiniK. \Kscrfh The Australians began a match at Dune din against Otago to-day. Macartney, of Sydney, played with the latter. Otago. in the first innings made 165. Siedeberg ^oade SO, Eekhold 27- Australia lost 5 for S3; Bardsley is Dot out 24. 1 The wicket: was/ast. {

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ARSON. TO MAKE A MARKET. THREE MEN SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ARSON. TO MAKE A MARKET. THREE MEN SENTENCED TO DEATH. LOXDON, March 7. At St. Petersburg a merchant .named Levkln. together with two peasants'in the province of Kiusk have been con demned to death lfor~ arson. ~ ~ Levkin induced the two. peasants to commit arson on an extensive scale in order to create a market for Levkin's building timber. ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

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