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BRITISH POLITICS. REFORM OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS. FEELING AMONG THE LIBERALS. THE POLICY REPPDIATED. LONDON, March 7 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

BRITISH POLITICS. REFORM OF THE HOUSE OF LOBDS. FEELING AMONG. THfe T.TBF.RAT.P THE POUCY EEPPDIATED. LONDON. Vaich 7 ' Much reeling is known to exist among; the Liberals concerning the Ministerial adoption of the proposed reform of the House of - Lords and -rumors are current that the action will be repudiated by ning Liberals out of ten.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WORLD'S MISSIONARIES. CONFERENCE IN EDINBURGH. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

CONFERENCE IX EDINBURGH. /-Ititiakfev iuxch 7. Great preparations Are being made for the world's missionary conference to be held in Edinburgh Jo. Jane next. '

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

tA,': PRODUCT-, . . .. I c Ike <3o~opea*tive Export Company of JSoatti fli&sdcdu, liisutsd (F. Ralph & Co., managers), V-'bave received, ibe following market report dated - •* ;y*mrir>n, February 4 -"We *re very pleased to if-i-state '^k$at the Utter pert of this week shows \i;.i distinct ■ improvement, prices all round having "My .firmed up, the improvement — —otwg to jd. to id. per lb. to see this uli-round impro and *=e feel satisfied now t) » is not going to &6v Buy sreat months to come, and we brieve before prices will take an upward take an upward quotations are :-—5jamb--Aafi . XAM W lM<f Ml' ~ ~ . .. „ , Ttov£d,r^perflb^-'' ,lw*t" quality being quoted , at ' ; -3SMad. . ihsteili^D TOuttfln also bae adranoed . jd. "bbtiki J©r1ight ^«d heavy weigbta, vhfleAnB ' irtf**! lambs - have advanced ^&d-, top qtxaiity ... bang «pxoted Jad-. vhicb is feigher than lias r*i:_ been quoted iot «oove #t*fl l2 nwtfas.

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

ALONG THE WATER FRONT. The old maxim "any port m a »iorm" may be all right for those people who go down to the sea in ships, fent the average landsman would prefer to be far away from F(Ht or fMB& Any other port in a mnstonp. Yesterday the Port was efaeerless -and inllospitable look ing owing to the heavy rain which the gloomy clouds overhead incessantly dis charged In an apparently inexhaustible supply. Along the wharfs almost all active ope rations in the way of loading and unload ing cargo had ceased. A few damp 'and discouraged looking luHjpers wagdfsred round in oilskin? or coragac&s, whilst one or two clerks and representatives of the shipping companies stood by trying to look as if they rather Iflsed it. At the Adelaide Steamship Company's Wharf the steamer Hupara was being loaded with timber and mixed gepds, but it was a half -hearted operation at the best, and the workmen appear&d to wish them selves anywhere else than where they were. Here were to b...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE REAL LIFE OF JAPAN. REVOLTING SOCIAL CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

,THE REAL LIFE OF -JAPAN. REVOLTING SOCIAL CONDITION The average globe-trotter, who visits Ja pan for pleasure, and who can afford to pay for his enjoyment, sees only the sunny side of life in the Flowery Land. His de scriptions o£ the scenery and of the people and their customs give the im pression that the life of the Japanese people is idyllic in its beauty and its ease. In Australia we have had many such descriptions of Japanese life, and the common impression is that the home of the little brown man is all sunshine ar»d flowers, that life carries no burdens, and that luxury, ease, and art axe its chief characteristics. The following ex tract from an article by Alex. M. Thomp son, of "The Clarion," one of the ablest and most observant of English journal ists, who has been visiting Japan, gives the reverse of the picture, and shows the true inwardness of the desire of the plu tocratic party in the State and Federal Legislatures "of Australia for what they term "suitable labor" fo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIR. (By Sir Bay I»ankeBter, in the "Daily Telegraph.") There are several microbes belonging to the group of bacteria which convert sugar into lactic acid. One is seen with the miseroscope as a chain o! minute spheres, or "cocci," which, when alive and growing, continually multiply by the division of each of the little globulesinlo two. This is a very common form. Another common one consists of delicate short rods, constantly multiplying by breaking into two. These we call "bacilli." Another consists of some what coarser and longer rods, and is found very widely distributed, occurring in the intestine of man, the horse, and cattle, and in .a variety of sour and aro matic foods, and in food for cattle. It is this which is found in Hie sour milk made-in Bulgaria, and called "yoghourt." j It is not known bow it comes -aboat that* [the Bulgarians liive got hoM of this | larger baciHus. mil It and has been, made for centuries as an .article of food in country distr...

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

THE BBEADXOCGHT CHIME. In view-of the fact that the Deakin Go ternment and their fusion following of foreign traders and nondescripts have committed the unpardonable crime of pawning Australia to buy Dreadnoughts for Britain. The following observations OB the Dreadnought craze, clipped from "The World's Work" should prove inte resting:— The month of October made perhaps a record in naval history, as it saur jajirmjTPfi or eompleted so many new-ships of vm. The Americans claim that, the Delaware and the South Dakota, which made their trial trips then, and i vvo of the most powerful ships - afloat. Ill the same month two magnified Dreadnoughts, our Neptune and the Ger man Ostfriesland—respectively the big gest and the most powerful warships un der contract—were put into the water. In the same month still we launched a 19,000 toq. cruiser battleship, and Fraztce an 18,000-ton battleship with a greater weight of gunfire than the. Dreadnought. Two new super Dreadnoughts, the Westfalen U}...

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

THE GERMAN WORKING MAX. Under-tiie-title of "The Troth About the Germaa-WoiMug Man." T. Good, in "The World's Work" for January, pives the fol lowing particulars of industrial condi tions in Germany. He 'deals with Ger many's indaetrial progress; her draw backs; the decrease of emigration; the volume of employment; wages; cost of living; quality of food; and price of luxu ries. So much has been said and written about German labor conditions with a view to the creation of party political capital that no apology need be oSered for presenting an impartial—or, at any rate, an independent labor—view of the issues involved. Indeed, there is no more striking object lesson, available in indus trial economics than that afforded by con sideration of •Germany's progress . and position. The least-observant will readily admit* that Germany's indnstxial progress tiuiing the last 30 years or so has bees substan tial; but few acknowledge the difficulties that eotiriiry has had to overcome—the in ce...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROCKEFELLER'S MILLIONS. FOR MISSIONARIES IS CHINA. VANCOUVER, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

ROCKEFELLER'S MILLIONS. FOE MISSIONARIES IS CHINA. ' VANCOUVER. March 7. It is reported that Rockefeller .intends to devote a great, portion of liis fortune to missionary work in China.

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

THE EAISTFAIX. • return far the 46 boors ended 8.0 a.m. YUrck 7 :— ADEL#*TO PLAINS. Vgacvftftb .. 1.92 Adelaide .. .. .. 2.12 Gcvfer * *. — « 2.05 Hasffl. •••--1.75 ■StdSaAeld.. .. — 2.00 ^litcbam .. - .. 1.28 SaBsbary. '2,12 Bdair.. 6.64 Korth Adelaide . 2.49 - NORTHERN OTBITflRT. Ttort Btrvin:. --V0.Q9 Biver Katherine. 0.13 Br©cf« Greek. ,.vQ.03 Daly Waleios . -- 0.02 WS9t Vn&t.«42 ' • -FAS ' »'OfiTH AXD NOBTH-WE6T. •TflonSes _ .. «. .. <M>4 freigii Creek.. <tS0 Hezsott .. .. ... a« BeStaaa -. — .. 0.44 • {L80 Blinntia •- .. •• (L95 CTfER KOftftt: Hoqkma .. .. ..H^l'Gradoek .. ... C-W Hsvker — .. ..«• XX54 Cfcrcieion .. .. ~ C.69 H^rgpe .. -- 5.10 Johnburyh. .. M 0,49 - Ottotoq -. 1.07 - feMlene Centre . 1.40 BlackrocV.. .. ., L25 flffwrin ..^0.65 Petersbafff. .. ... 0.50 4iqi3* .. .. .. ' 1^73 Tongafe . •• •• €.90 L0WEB. JiORTH. • 9uvt SiaafefctaA .. 4LS8 JCiuttro Ce&tnl • 2,71 . — 0.77 Hoyleton .. .. .. kL64 . .. 2.35 Babttm 2.03 . 1.07 P...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WELLINGTON DISASTER. REMOVING THE DEBRIS. DYNAMITE TO BE USED. VANCOUVER, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

THE WELLINGTON DISASTER, REMOVING THE DEBBIE. DYNAMITE TO BE USED. -■ ■■ \ ■ VANCOUVER. March 7. One of the surprising accidents in con nection with the Wellington disaster has' been the fact that while so many have' been killed, none Of tbe saved were j seriously injured. Dynamite will ' now. be used to move the debris of the heaped tracks. "

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

' . v-' neither kpjxs. Thfi Addtide Observatory reported on Monday •» "* *t' 8 p.m.c—"Cold .and wintry nconditoos -fekve ■ ■ v -' «g*m Tteep ;exj«ra?nced in ibe <at? to-dsp. = tbe • j*. jr rtyrnpgnamre yanging~from.-a minimal* of,^L9 to i?' ».;a6s*$mnm of €4.7." - little rqln.-'faSlN dsQBr -t tte gMfr ltrt eftbe 3Bj,-bat in 4fee aSteraesB ^WjW^iMrrrrif i.irjjtMsy? ; eABHepal 34 peicts were registered between %jfL »kd 3 pjn^ maVinsr a tetal of 4.06 emce Jhe nip itartei «d ' Friday rooming. With the •• ■ ' M^epUup of jfefc west gnsetflod conditions, ' « . nu/'laM '^icvaned' piacticaHy t** augWrat the • fttite te^«y- IJtorly eroy st*ijfin reported • ' *- tefitier prtcipiiatiara between ^30 «.m. *nd 3 . «t- <3*re >nd Melrose. duriog the above •? mx *a<3 J|4lf 'hours 1.26 am! have fallen 'mates a total of .6.7 4 l[d '■■f TOte'~'fn ~$bbs inntcmr days. - '7T»' bnoBri«r rapidly - rising* and although celd* - TK^Nwoy, ud jgqaiOF^^I^r «ay be ejected . loir,...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROYAL VISIT. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

' ROYAL TO. L0K1J0K, March 7. A message from Amsterdam states that Queeri - ~Wilhelmiiia, acoonvpanied 'by Henry,_ the Prince' Consort,, will visit London in ^lay-next. - J ■

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

> Clfrap® 1ABOB. EAKTT. rfAl ~'A Mns: TXF. CEuipad* br*Mb) ^ma-hAi at thef&av&I Hotel on £barsday, Kfrsfe S^-Vi J3;'',fc '8- • Jdte' in tiie^chik Letter from -.'v. • WooraotaJElorftoiyt* Committee rt*fl by ▼the Bominatioc o{ JIx. E. R. Chamm and to ;i^*-£^-«ng*jg'B trail for ^Msrch IS. Eleotkm for 3h*Bt &-l£ ^}\4tent~re»olted jn Jlr. A J. txwr* belo£p choeen Mr- IL t« Jbng^as elected' VieeJneideBt. £Dg> \^^.':^'i*B*ed -fttotfc. -magkarv %**rite . t6>9hxmwra.Melec r~^vv:%Jnep ny ior.'bsumer for Ifr. E. EL Tbamm, ••-"-v tent. . • ' -;

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONOPLANES AND BIPLANES. WAR OFFICE EQUIPMENT. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

MONOPLANES AND •TjTAK OFFICE EQCIPMEXT. ic.rr —"XOifbOK," March"?. The floiula of monoplaneg sxtd oiplanes I ordered:-by War Office . are! almost ■ completed," and tffll' be' delivered shortly.. V.

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

" J:*'" ' - "YOIK VDLLAnsV' ' \ Here "the "U'itiiess cried out to Bonello, ;;^pnjrin^n,^u.-viUain.V mother" oftbeAle p^^e^isaia that she saw Bonello about 3 at 4ie hacfcidfihe Jdt f.'Clieii. ^ Jte' came to the kitchen door with aa^l.aM^iagwMchtieput tiown on SSron|iiL V-She: Jusard » shot fired. a was the.lritehen by the ,v-3Jbe wUiiees then Tanin at once the .floor, .fibs] ^ dot lock it, -hecfi-iise JJonello ■ "was: aring- andiiiie kejrw-as outside. Kbrma i^»«nfc *H'jn jiot hurt,' mother." Bo game pack, .and forced his way ^-Bhe ined-to^jreVeat tijra from ~com ^bntheoyeniowered her. She then ^bejrlar him. §nd -endeavored to. protect] ■ • Sic;.savr he JiaH'a revolver in ' itjed to take it away from pushedher away. but,she toed ;:.Mo #aDd mfebrrt^ljirn.' She did not tp jljnemher that two shots, as she s^slb-iod ^excited. '.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"MAMMA, I'M SHOT." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

1 ■> z "MAMMA, rat SHOT." < M .aorau t&aug out, TjHamma,--I'm 6hot." ^She ^as iyingioa the Hoor, aiici tbe wit atese earned aer into the bedroam, lin iSliiiiBed i^-and put her to bed. She ^aw that^Belrad'a buliet woun3 in her •jBtKkfaenj The witness did not know of jaiiy -Sieason -why lie had shot the child, toiie Teeognieed , Bonello-as the man who 3bhn -Eric' Caspar Plush, 16 years old, •■ssMtoat kbout 2 o'clock on Saturday he -Eaw'BoneUo under the kitchen verandah. The witness R'as just out .in the yard, ,about 15 yards away.* Then, he saw him iinng aishot out ot a revolver, and then ran toycall his father. He heard another . ^hod He called. to /his father, "Boneljo lias ^hot—Norma or' some one." He ^thought it was Korma because she was sitting in the kitchen doorvfav. He ran -around to the side of the house. His father rao the same way, and then vent Tto the old house for the rifle. His father [ told hi™ to i get the rifle. He saw no l tnoire <ii...

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

TBS MEDICAL EVIDENCE. Or. Cherry .said be attended the de ceased for a bullet wound in the abdo men. She was suffering from shock, and was in a good deal of pain. It was a ballet woniid in the left groin from which blood was flowing. He requested a con ' saltation: with Dr. Cowan, of Angaeton* - and on his arrival both examined the pa . tieni* *nd agreed that an operation was, imperative. They performed an opera tion, ana found tne lesser bowel perfora ted in several places. 2'lie pitjec of bowel was perforated in 11 places. The bullet was found lying loose on the left side of the pelvis, and the bone was in jured. The bullet was extracted and the missile produced was the one. The deceased rallied after the operation for a "while, but she gradually got weaker, and died at about 3.30 a.m. on March 7. He made a post-mortem examina tion at the request of the Coro ner, and found a condition of general peritonitis. There was a wound on the inside and back part of the left pelvis bone, an...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS, INTERSTATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. A MINER FINED. SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

•AUSTRALIA* TELEGRAMS, INTERSTATEJnEWS. SEW SOOTH WALES. . , A jSIEfER FI3IED. STDKEY, March 4. > For -waving ,iiis alius before a. bozse at tache4 «> a sulky belonging to Mr, Giff, a contractor, nrho. is said to .be employing bbn-union labor- at ihe Bellbird Colliery, Cessnock, and causing the " animal to swerve into another vehicle, a miner was to-day fined ,£2 in the-Local Court.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OBSERVATORY SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 8 March 1910

IXJSmiLliN OBSERVATORY SYDNEY, March 4. . ; The Cnder-Secretaiyfor Jjands has cho-1 sen a situation about six mllfes south-west I of the centre:oE the site of the proposed] Federal capital at Canberra as suitable] forllje future Ausiraliao Observatory. \

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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