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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

TO BOYS AND GIRLS. The management o£ "The Daily Herald" invite the aid of young Labor supporters. A charming work of art will be pre sented to EACH BOY AND CIRL who secures a .half-year subscription to "Ufae Daily Herald." At the end of three months—from March 7—the boy and girl Trho have se cured tiie largest number of subscribers will each receive a HANDSOME WATCH as a reward for their industry. pne picture will be given to every boyj and girl who secures even one subscriber. \ In counting up the number at (be end of the quarter a yearly subscription will count two for the total IMPORTANT . ANNOUNCEMENT.! We have much pleasure in informing'! cur readers that we have secured the sole right of publication in' South Aus tralia of a series of articles by Ran-! dolph Bedford, the well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who has just undertaken an extensive tour in the East. - The itinery will include the Philip pines, China, 'Japan, .Hawaii, and California, and the articles describ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

The Daily Herald. ADDEESS: 11 rGEEXFELL ST. ADELAIDE. SUBSCRIPTION; ' -■ Delivered. Gne year £1 3 o Six months .. .... on 6 Three months .. .. . o 5 g , Posted. \ One year £f g o Six months .. .. o 14 6 Three months .. 073 All literary matter, correspondence, reports, and general news matter must be addressed "The Editor." Accounts and all business Commu nications must be addressed "The Manager." TO ASSURE ATTENTION, BUSI NESS and LITERARY MATTER MUST be fonvarded in separate en velopes.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

. • the'fcsioat Scheme—vot£ / Sectors5 be ;ask«d to. affirm or iifgatiye-foe:^T)rmcial.5cheffle~'secretly :. formulated by; die' State Premiers "and ■ hiimblyacoeptedby^ihe Federal Pu lsion Government. - -Jfe scheme prb •»ides-.tiia± the States- shall neteive 25/ per"" capita from -the'"Commonwealth. fnrnH-nme. "The present Customs re venue'ls >£2 10/ per' head of popula tion,,and-inu^-d^e&se. • If the finan ! oat j. agreement" is"' authorised by the people, Hher#'is_. eyery prbbability of an iniquitous. lievenuev Tariff' being . framed, v.'hidi "must.pre^s heavily.upon wage "earners -arid. - consumers -grene-. xraliy. Iri -anyrasc, such an" addition . to the~'^nstitutioii would cripple the Cbtmnpnirealtli, 'arid lead to the pbst .ppaeanentjo£ urgently needed national woris;/Tjie:Xabor Party do not object . to fhescheme as a temporary . espe ;dient,"-i)iit^a5t the people to' keep it put of -"the ;Coasdtution. . To do this, tak<> The 'Bfue' ballot" paper, and...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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POSTAL OFFICIALS AND SUPERANUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

POSTAL OFFICIALS AKD •. V SUf>EBAX0ATIO5 The secretary of the Mail Braxraii Asso ciation,'"New South Wales, •wHtes:-=- " ■ Id view of the recent statement of the Prime Minister (Hon. Alfred Deabin) in his,.speech at Ballarat, that the question .of providing-a pension scheme for'jCom monweallh civil • servants; will be con sidered "bythe Federal Pirlianront, the foUowin^"Sumniaiy from Mr. George A. Landsbery (President of the Postal Clerks* 'and Telegraphists' Association lot Great -Britain and Ireland) to a member of the executive council of this association, of the scheme recently enacted by the Im perial/Govemment, will appeal to all inte rested in the postal and other administra tive services of the Commonwealth and Stale. : As the new Act marks a. distinct depar ture Xrom any other system hitherto SmMynin tlite. British Dominions, and em fa)diM?a^m«»regnit3blc principle, the provisions of the ^uperammaiTon Act, 1909, should be of tbe ntmoKt vahie as forming a basis for tbe co...

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STATE DEBTS—VOTE "YES." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

- STATEUEBTS-ttVOTE "YES." 1 .* . ThpL-taJdng.. ower-ibf -State" debts by, 43cnstitn> gi-V. that '.the'. Com |». ^monmeaift'-iiuyx ^akie^over .tie■. State w;'5 "-debtswiuch were contracted- prior- -to -The debtat die time of gpl r3Fcd^tiqn:vamoHnte3: p» : .£199,49^,-525, - charge '. is Sp3^$®§^'»•{SO* -various; "'States "Jiavg ga?J-^'®t^^Kjrros^ a ■ furrier : £48^75 ,oog, y£*5^o^3^iia^SfinSt^f,^9,ta4:^nnial?C"' . an""tjj5^rmn3ty^jof; l^' iafatfabrisrbg the ' Commonwealth - to p&; ..take.i'«§er - die - whole of.: the _ Stale !-V jdtSfe.'The. most eminent; financial iS&^jexpprfs Jaffiff ithat a great ' saving in wouldJ result gSf s^he 'saving' -pauld- 'be devoted - to a : ^^stnk^-,^funa Sior Vthe purpose of .ci £-.' jtinpiii^hiTig- .the debt; and the1 Labor f i Part^ystrpngiy -furge ^electors to - vote; S'-^^'^^'J.'ii^flifiMi'ibwns'lallot ^faper, !

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE LOCAL OPTION "RIOTS." REVS. SCHAFER AND PATERSON RELATE THEIR EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

[THE LOCAL OPTION " RIOTS." EEVS- SCHAFER AlffD PATERSOX RELATE THEIR EXPERIENCES. On the arrival in Broken Hill by Satur day's express of the Eevs. G. E. Schafer 'and J. Paterson, M.A., from their local option campaign in Adelaide, a represen tative of "Barrier Daily Truth" sought' the "no.license" warriors with the-object ol an. interview. Both gentlemen looked re markably well—even bronzed and tanned —but considering the "hot lime'' to which they were subjected, one cannot wonder at the latter. *Xhe scribe, who happens to be an Adelaide man, innocently comment ed on the peculiarly docile temperament <}f the people of that city, but his inno cence suffered a shock, however, when Mr. Schafer vehemently replied—"We did not see much of that docile spirit, did we, /Patty* f They gave us the roughest time of our lives, and the reports ol our meetings"which I have seen in the papers ■were not exaggerated in the slightest. Why, on the Wednesday night meeting they, were about 5...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

- " TWE REFERENDUM, ; • q*-3«E» refereflduiii TOjes .will- reqnire "^pririal'SeaShgr sntb' alteration of the ^Commonwcalth-'CopstitutioiL: - '

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

L, Wendfs 'Railway' Lever Watch FOR AIAd RAILWAY KBN. A VeTy Strong, Heavy, Xiekcl. Opcnface Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be an absolutely Reliable; Accurate, and Certain • Timekeeper. Just the Watch that erery Railway Man ought to hava. PRICES— With' Rotberajn Movement ^ £5 With English Movement . - *. _ — — .. £5 10 With Waltham Movement — *»• .. .. _£2 15/ Very, few-in stock. Order at once before we are sold out, so as to prevent disappointment. Obtainable only Irom 76 Ruitdle " Wendt' 24, 26, and 28 Street, ADELAIDE. Arcade.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

HAIL XOTZCES. GREAT tottatV—Mmri. U—1030 son., . .Oronies; fort Adelaide, ll.lfi a.m. (Bri tish And foreign. parcels past .daees -at G-P-O. &30 aan-).; MaiI diie in Xondtra, April S-~ ■ vtffiEAT " t®ITED 6X41305.— ' " fiarchl2—Tia* YftQa^xrer*^5 p.m. {laieffee, 2.30" j(ro^. '■• ■ • '''• ' : • :3VESTBBN AvBTEtiUJA, COLOMBO, fiDEZ, . -^SCBOPE, *rid TjONDON'.—M*n2i 2&^-3030 a m: : <Tate i^ IQ.^ jLm). ;1E3L6- Sydney, via Mar *i!le«.j AptiI-:T-^t45 ul ^ate,iee> 31 un.j, Komwjti "■ -Tjttcp + SaSTibAMCISOO.—Kb«& 10-3 -jun^flate -fee, - : 33Q - jupi^ ^ImpoEa .frh-ffdlmgmn 5.Z.). - AIjQOA "SAT.' EAST MKDON, and DDEE5S. ■—Hiib day—^1215 jxin_,Den ol^idie.fep.]; V SOUTH itBICA (Dnrtan dire&).—Mawi 15 ■ fmboaJJ—}iamic£- - DELA«OA"BAY, DOEBAK, EAST -L0ND0X, •mnd ALG0A BAY.—March 10—1035 a-m., Bcch HONGKOKG, jAPAX.and HAKHaJ—Hani - - TKim^iClalp fee. *^Sp*pjn.), ondasd to Syd '«y, -tbeoce x>er Coblenx {sp.). JAVABDBTS-dind i. STKGASOEK.-^ilatch 21 ...

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THE SOUL OF THE WORKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SOU, OF THE WORK MAX. <By a. Valentine VCiUiams. in The "'Strand.'*) One would hardly imagine that the con ditions of life of the modern working man. -ven iu a country where social legislation s so advanced as in Germany, would be jjiculated to bring out that leaning to wards the artistic which is within every man and woman in one form or another. : This scepticism is disarmed, however, in the case of an exhibition of pictures which has attracted considerable attention ai the German capital'. is nothing less a collection of paintings and etch ings by absolutely untrained German work ing men* got together from the lour quar ters ot the Empire, and hung in gay dis order, the very good by the side of tjie very bad, the inspired cheek by jowl with ihe tasteless and banal. The collection, which is the first of its kind, has been formed by Dr. Adolpb Le venstein, a psychologist, who has made a special study of the mentality of the Ger man working man. The six hundred and fifty-...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SHIPPED. ARRIVED.—March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SHIPPED. AEfilVED.—March 8. TV»e, twrgne, 2Z5 tone. CL Anton, from' Senano; A. & £. te liesauier, agents. _ SATl^Di—Sflrcfa S. Deti of &, far the eastern States* " 3Betgedorf, for Port Firie. ■ Otttungsby, &, for. Spencer's Gnlt Jquo4 s., Fort Vineent OCTOETS. PQ&T PIRIE.—Arrived : March 6—Strathavon, G&fcotxta. ' Sailed: March 5—Bazzca, W«Ilaco& BDHyBGBGH.—Sailed : Kuch. 7—Wanawec, Port Adelaide; March 8—Priscflla, port Ade> ntnBhsstv ~r»i'1b^ - v-March ?—Koo ring*, Tort Axteiaide. . BFC15BS. MOpflUX.—Arrived: March *7—Royal, up ctream; Hnray Bridge. Sailed: March 7—Hl»n| Banmnrlf, BRWAMrmwl :"^M&rc3i 7—Btihyf M*yrp">; Mawh 8—William AEorgaa. Soled; ; March 7—Ruby, Morgan; Hftriftb, VeultfUrlb. March 8—William fiandell, Wentwortb. MAJnfUM-—Arrived: March 7— T^iiu, Eamy Bridge; March 8—^yap, Horny -Bgidge; J^ancashire Toss, passed down. R2TE&. ItEViiLS. •The fdQomng. figures &tiow the state of ifce *i»em s...

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AN AUCTIONEER'S FAILURE. WANT OF CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

AN -AUCTIONEER'S: FAILURE. WANT OF CAPITAL. The affairs of Charles Cornelius Pal tridge, formerly of _ Narracoortc, auc tioneer, but now of King William street, Adelaide, advertising agent, occupied the attention of Mr. Commissioner Russell in the Insolvency Court . yesterday. The liabilities were set down at £1134, and there were no assets. Mr. G. F. Michell appeared for the insolvent. The insolvent stated that in February, 1902, he commenced business in Narra coorte as an auctioneer. The business was brought to an abrupt termination a few years later by a Supreme Court ac tion. He had since worked as an adver tising agent in Adelaide. Being pressed, he called a meeting of creditors in De cember last, which lapsed. ' He was ad judicated insolvent in January last on his own petition. His Narracoorte books were destroyed by his bookkeeper, who bad kept them for four .years, but wbo did not expect that they would be re quired again. The accountant reported that insolvent seemfcd to ha...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

10 and 63 R9NDLE ST. ADELAIDE. MAIL ORDERS SENT BY RETURN«POST. Please state Size when- ordering. A. W. Bartow Shoe Stores. PLEASE ADDRESS ALL MAIL ORDERS TO 63 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. AND-AT PORT ADELAIDE. ATHLETIC- FOOTWEAR. Wfaibc Canvas Tope, Rubber Soles. Boots—Men's sizee, 5 to 10, 4/U Shoes—Child's ciz.ce. 6 to 9. 1/6; 10 to 5L 1/9; Men's and Women's sizes, 13 to 8, 1/11. LADIES* LANGTRY SHOE. Chart's English make, pump sole\ Wurtemburg heels* pretty buckle, 15/9. ' LADTCS* BLACK GLACE KID LACE OR BUTTON" BOOTS, sewn soles .pa tent leather peak toecap, 7/9. CHILD'S SANDALS, made in "England, Clark's, sizes 3 to 6, 3/9; 7 to 10, 4/6; 11 to 1, 5/9. SoutbalTs, sizes 3 to 6, 4/11; 7 to U). 5/9; 11 to 1, 6/6. BO&TOCE'S BOOTS FOB MEN. Blank or Tan Glace Kid, welted Bolee, all shapes, 19/6. Wc are also Agents lor the Celebrated English Manufacturers, SoutluiH and C. J. Clark. PLEASE STATE SIZE WHEN ORDERING BY POST. NURSES' SHOKS. Complete with rubber lieels, 2/11 and 3/1L ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CmwiuBHit Notices. QOVERSJfEM' LABOR BC&E&V. . Smdber «f Pfeasons unemployed who hate rc gistepea'iaiulug; -the past -week at Central Baxeani-^Aborexs, 67; loathe, 7; Compositors, - ?; ftinters. 3 ^-Strikers, 3; Caipenters, 2; Fit* tcrs, 2; Cooks* 2; HisceUaaeoas* 11 - District Qwacfls> Farmers, and Private Em ployers van tMain full infocoatioD aboot these den by applying to this Office. C. E. OWBK SMYTH. SnpenotesriEXtt of Public Buildings. Public Notices. TECST, tORRESSnr.T.r, HSKLEF beach, axv hikd \.--l HABSH TIMETABLES. SOTICE is hereby. jpven that on end after - „on WEDifE&DAY, 9th March, 1S1Q, i Ihe.r-ifibove Idoes wiH be opened for Passenger traffic by the Electric Gars. ;<aZ7-2SB»05&S wall be victoria SQUA&EL . "Cip'Tiip*' paeaeagers must leave Cars at Light's i : SECTIGK5 ASD *?***& ON the electric 1 t .• ;-6eevice. i ^ ■ i BEjgVEr beach USE. ; IGle-End .• .. .. Id. L^^tih6*fl^isti&fiuiflrVicton» efcreet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

WORKERS' STUDY YOUR OWN INTERESTS SUBSCRIBE TO 0 THE DAILY HERALD. AT LAST!! THE NEW DAILY HAS, ARRIVED! I APE <YOU A~~ SHAREHOLDER? IF NOT, BECOME ONE AT ONGE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

Amusements. WEST'S "OLYMPIA. | Under Direction „ — .. „ w .- „ .. .. .. Mr. T. J. West. COOL, COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. obfeIL WESTS PICTURES. obfTll The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Ass isted by L. De Groen's Vice-Regal Orchestra. West's Popular Prices—a/, 1/6, 1/, antfsd. / Children Half-price to all parts except Gallery. Boxplan and Day Sale al .Duhsi & Bivcn's. .fHKfi .MARSH. Manager. S.A. AMATEUR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION. , NATATION. CITY BATHS, TO-NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK. Champions frdm all Districts; 10 I<ady Swimmers; 26 Events. Eancy Dress; Diving; Lifesaving; and Handicap; Teams Baca, Champion ship. Misses Florric Qarckes, Doris Kellett, and others. Admission, 2/ and II. A. E. KENNEY, Hon. Secretary.

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"ENCUMBRANCES." MORE OF THEM WANTED A SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS. ("Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

"ENCUMBRANCES.^ 5I0RE OF THEM. iK" ANTED. 4. SAD §iaiE OF, 'AFFAIRS. ("Daily Herald" Special.) <*Someihfng of a sensaiion was caused Sn Tasnsnia recently when the Hobart (Labor paper announced that it would re tfnse adgertismtmth of the following type: >—"Wanfed, mxrtvid coupia; no encam ibramoei"' From all classes of sbciety I"-* »iig rithJaSmw puuxed in upon the edi - ftor. In few oonntries ate the so-called yaynmlinnnx' more required than in jiAxtstralia, but tbe unhappy fact most the Teifonifrij spumed by the dictates of tpieasare, a proportion . of well-to-do axe Snoting the sfae ol families fTo tbe credit of the working men it may Use said they axe seldom culprits in this ' ixespect. with the increasing prosperity ' tof Soath Axzstralia, however, less bys " fterksal afmmeait is evident on the sub Eject of tbe hiiAh xaie. When the State . "was snfiexmg. from severe depression, isnd there was conswprenfly not so much ■ j" "Pj it was unreasonable to com? : fciain, f...

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ELECTION CAMPAIGN. ADELAIDE DISTRICT. LABOR CANDIDATES AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

ELECTION CAMPAIGN. ADELAIDE DISIEICT. LABOK CANDIDATES AT THE TOWX HALL. One oi the best Slate election meetings held in Adelaide greeted Messrs. Denny, Anstey, Ponder, and JBlundell at the Town Hall on Thursday evening. Mr. E. A. Roberts. who received a stirring welcome as lie stepped on the plaLtonn, presided.: There was considerable enthusiasm throughout the course of the speeches. - Mr. Denny said be was fflad to have such a splendid gathering, because their; cause could not win without enthusiasm and co-operation amongst Labor and de mocratic people. (Cheers). They had been told there were many parties, but there were only two—i he Labor Party and the National Defence League. The Liberal organisation was ever -a. weakling A Voice—It is yet. Mr. Denny agreed that it was still, and was dominated by the Conservatives. (Cheers). Liberalism was dead so far as practical politics were concerned. 31r. Butler, v.-bo held the key to the position, had said he was glad there were only two ...

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CRICKET. WESTERN AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. WIN FOR THE WESTS. PERTH, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CRICKET. TEKX AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. WIN FOR TITJ3 wiwj>\ PRliTTT. March 8. W«»?iem Australia won ilie second lest! mutch by 79 runs. j The agents for Messrs J. iL Fry Sons, Limited, Bristol and London? arr» advertis ing in another column that two ships of cocvoa are arriving practically ixjgetlxer, and they have over 25 tons of eucoa ou. board. This cocoa is-made by ih^; oldest cocoa firm in the trade. Fry*s. These 1 shipments are coming forward iittiine for the. winter demand, and . as the cooler weather is approaching, the consumption of Csocoa -advances. " Thfg eocbe ie known all over the world, and ewry SoaQy Axis tasiiliar witi.^Jje.TOxad-'-'Sis^s."

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LOCAL OPTION. THE RECENT DISTURBANCES. LICENSED VICTUALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

LOCAL OPTION". XHE K1XEXI DISTURBANCES. LICENSED VICTUALLERS. At the anztual meeting of the South Australian Licensed Victuallers' Associa tion, hold last night, much of the discus sion was centred round the recent noisy meetings held in the city in -connection with local option. i'Jic report- of the committee included the tallowing refercncc to the subject:— AJrcauy the Altiau<;c have "JOjrui: a cuuipaign by importing it-am T>utt=i«io the" State ministers ui religion. who arc toliiU£ nalMrulhs concern ing th'.» boleik'eeners vt Australia, 'Mio, wuh a few exceptions, sire as indus-trious arm law abiding as auy otitor cla»* ol traders. Our opponents cannot "be low liopeml of their causc when f/tey report to the extravagant, nay un truthful, statements which are reported in the daily press as the utterances ot tue individual w>«r» are so furiously vociterating at street cor ners ejeh evening. Electors must remember that the advocates of the clo^inj of licensed premie ...

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