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SMART DETECTIVE WORK. APPREHENDING AN ALLEGED SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SMAET DETECTIVE WORE. APPREHENDING AX ALLEGED SWISDLER. In the art of detection the methods of Sir Arthur Cohan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes may be the acme of brilliancy oil paper, but in the practical working of a criminal investigation department the officers must depend to a large extent upon the careful handling of routine duties. Not the least difficult thing for a. detective inspector to attempt is the description of a wanted man. When well done it is generally very effective, as a local cas«* wrl illustrate. On February 18 last a man who repre-i sented himself to be an agent for Messrs. Kennon & Sons, of Melbourne and elsewhere, leather merchants, is alleged to have victimised a number of Adelaide merchants and tradesmen by means of bogus cheques. He was a pur chaser of goods which, ill his order, were sent to an address which turned out lo be an empty house. The cheques were for amounts above the vahie of the goods purchased, so that the cban»e he had received represente...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOVERNMENT WATERWORKS. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

GOVERXMFNT WATERWORKS. ill 1 BOURNE, March 8. Owing to Parliament possibly grant ing a 1 oa*. or tl:£ purpose of carrying 3ut the Tv3tcr>,.<.rks. the Minister" for Water Supplv ».«• decided not to enter tain the application from the Waterworks Irust for leave to tobtain a bank overdraft.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POPULATION STATISTICS. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

POrCJ.AT'fA STATISTICS.. MEIBOHRXK. March 8. 1 The pouu!ation cf the Camniomvcalfli iu 1909 was 4.374,138, as agafcst 4.275.306 f r I'J'ld, being an ilipase of t&,332. V»«loria'fc population in 1909 iras 3,juo.i5/, as against 1.271,174 for 19DB, 1 cing an iPt-rea=e <v 5k. 183. The pop ilatio--. of South. Australia for 1609 vc&s 416.t)-' as against 407,179 for 1S0S, being an ircicasc of 8,S68.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CITY TRAINED NURSE. AN ESSAY IN STATE SOCIALISM. WHICH DOES NOT GO FAR ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE CITY TRAINED NURSE. AN ESSAY IN-STATE SOCIALISM. WHICH DOBS NOT GO FAB ENOUGH. (B\- "Juvenal." Among the institutions which bare been enquired about by a special repre sentative of "The Daily Herald" is mat of tne nursing division of the Health De partment of the Adelaide Local Board. Xhc reporter found it somewhat difficult to obtain information from the nurses attached to the staff3 and was referred to the City Health Oliicer (Dr. Borthwickj, who was most courteous in supplying the desired information. The doctor kindly went to the trouble to have the following statement prepared and type written—"so that there should be no mis take, you know V'—and the statement is here fully reproduced with some criti cisms and comments subjoined. The statement reads:— "A trained nurse has been on thb staff of the Healtli Department ol' the Ade laide J-ocal Board for about 10 years, and every year has given fresh evidence of the Value of her services. Her duties have to do with iufcctious di...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOCIALISM AND HUMAN NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

■ xaotr-;. -. -:.| TtiMip course ol suBnmfent :an (naive v Bualist can always^score'by sayinig.Hiai JBociaUem is ag3iiist : feiiiba» JiaUire. His opponent -will answer 'either "'Nonsense,3' j ■which stops the discussion. ir '"What do] "youmean by human naturt i" ■which di-j verts it from the point at issue; and in either case bo& sides -will be able to de-j " Clare afterwards that the enemy has been! evasive. Tor no satisfactory conclusions iafre beea drawn in this'matter, "allhough, -jtl-ias {wen the subject'of much contro versy. "What one paxty -has stated the; Mother - has- denied, and neither. has been Mobile to point to a bacfcrng of fact. If we 'eisraine thewri tings of the individualists ~we £nti that they are dogmatic. They set forth repeatedly that only the fear bf star vation or the hope of great wealth can in dnce men to think and to labor, and there they leave the matter. - Mr. Mallock saye' this. arid Mr. WordSwprth Donnistharpe, and the orators of the British C...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A DRUNKEN DRIVER. MAN KNOCKED DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

A DBUMEJf DBrVEfii: MAN KNOCKED ©OWN. Arthur Gregory was charged at. the Adelaide Police Court yesterday with, having been drunk whilst in charge of, ■ ft horse attached to a spring dray. Ha' pleaded not gnilty. Evidence was given by three-police offi cers to the effect thai defendant had driven'a milk cart across "the intersection of Hindley street at i pace of -about eight miles an hour about 5 o'clock on the pre ceding afternoon. The vehicle nearly, ran into a man and woman,. and after wards a man was knocked down, and. the wheel of the cart passed over hijn- Al though . called upon to stop, defendant refused to do so until he was csngbt by a constable at the White Bart Hotel. He was drunk when arrested. Defendant made a statement to the effect that his horse, whilst coming , down Bundle street, became frightened. He endeavOnred to poll it up, but could not until he reached the White HartJ 1 Hotel. He insisted that he had no* been drunk. He was fined 31/ in all. To the Editor.. S...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY'S AGRICULTURAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

GERMANY'S AGRICULTURAL SUCCESS. Writes Murray Femic in "The La bor Leader5" :— A century ago Great Britain was the. most advanced and flourishing agricultural country in Europe: but for many years now our rural industries have been dwindling to such an. ex tent that they seem to be tending towards ultimate extinction. Some-say this is the natural outcomc of our being "the workshop of the world," but those who make this statement overlook the fact that in Germany, our industrial rival, agriculture is sharing the prosperity enjoyfcd by manufac ture. At. first sight this seems strange, because, compared with Britain, Ger many has a poor soil, nn unfavourable climate, and a bad geographical struc ture; in fact, until some decades ago, her agriculture was primitive and backward. Betwen the years '1873 and igoo over three million acres in Great Bri tain which were under cereal and green crops went out of cultivation, and this process is going on rapidly. Last year we iosi 170,046 -acres o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE « PURIFIES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AND CIVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD APPETITE, CORES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. Many-of the mo6t Gertens-nerve, stomachy liver, andlfcklney diseases ense from lack of care to keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, catqsed by efiete matter fermenting in the nnirrreJ digestive channels. 33ie whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs of the body, gives way. Then we have the anaemic, dclibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women .who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How mkny men and women in Melbourne have gone with ' the old year because' of iiRgierf, which has introduced and aided the disease which kOledt And so it is the plain duty of all men or women v to keep this great nerve and blood medicine alway...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADES SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

TRADES SOCIETIES. The Cast Iron. Pinemoulders and Ironworkers" Assistants Association held a meeting at the Trades Hall on March 5. Mr. W. Fitzgerald nresided over a good attendance of members, in the absencc of the president* Seven members N»ure admitted and welcomed by the chairman. Correspondence from the Commis sioner of Public Works* Office re vages paid to a furnace man, statins' unable to recommend in crease at present, though private employers are paring: a higher rate for the fame class of wort. The matter i? to be further dealt with. From New South Wales union of ironworkers'* • assist ants -re matters concerning the Federal confer ence. Fro mtbe Boilermakers and Blacksmiths* Assistant*' Society asking for a ii|>niMli(i(i<ii to attend their aavraal social. W. H. Daniel* was appointed. Trades and tabor CooneS dele bale's * report received: also report of orgamfeing durinc the past fortnight by the recreiary. Secre tary instructed to write to a city foundry em ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOT BONA FIDE. THE LANDLADY DECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

NOT BOXA I'll)K. •1*11 K LANDLADY DKOEIVKD. Before Mr. .1. Gordon. f-r.M.. and ;Messrs. F. H. Drake, A. \V. Dobbin. T. Woodhead. B. Fisher. :uid E. Basedow. J.P.'s. at the Adelaide Police Oourt yes terday morning. Thomas Corsbie ple;«ied guilty to u .-barge of having been unlaw fully on the promises of the White Ocm <luit Hotel .'ii Sunday. March 6, he not being an exempted person. According1 to a statement made by Hie arresting constable defendant had gortc into the hotel on the morning of Sjinday last in company with a friend. The con stable followed biro in. and heard the landlady say. "All right: if you're bona fide travellers 1*11 .serve you.'* Defen dant. replied, "Yes. I live at Port Ado taicLe-" On being interrogated by tbe police, however, he told a different story, to the effect that be lived at Bute and bad slept at the Kaigooxlie Hotel on the previous night. A_ fine of £2 was inflicted and costs, a fine for drunkenness brousirt the total up to- £5 jtUS.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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AN HOTELKEEPER'S DIFFICULTIES. RESORT TO BILLS OF SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

AX HOTELKEEPEB'S DIFFICULTIES. RESOBT TO BILLS OF SALE. Elisabeth Axrne Maher, formerly of Gawler Belt, licensed victualler, ap peared before the Insolvency Court yes terday. Her liabilities were £467, assets £230, and tbe deficiency £264. The insoli'ent stated liiat in November, 1908. she paid £55 on going into the Craw ler Beit Hotel, and signed a bill of sale to the Continental Finance and Import' Corporation lor £324. The lease, how ever, was not, transferred to her until February, 190J. On December 16 last she gave a fresh bfll of sale to the Continen tal Finance and Import Corporation for £532. Earlier in the year she had re ceived an injury to her leg, which had necessitated her employing help. She had been served with an unsatisfied judg ment summons of the Gawler Court. The Accountant stated that the insol vent, liad not kept any boks, although she had saved all her accounts. She had always' attended appointments and given information as required. The second bill of sale re...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING. GBOTE STREET. VICTORIA SQUARE. , Telephone 2327,. Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNON, HYMAN. & LEJnNON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE EKTEETAINMENT. NIGHTLY INTRODUCING 20 ACKKOWLKDGEu ARTISTS. 20. Unparalleled Success of our Imported Artiste, CROTTON BROS. Onr Special Feature—New Moving Pictures by the Great MIORAMA. Regular Empire Prices—2/, 2/, and 6d. Boxplau at Duhst & Biven's; book mp- fee, 6d. extra The People's Food. 25 Tons Cocoa, — FRY'S, 25 tons, 13 cwt, 1 qr.5 24 lb., NOW DUE rs THE S.S. Suffolk, * • .» S.S. Uiakool. D. & J. Fowler, Agents. wthf

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CO-OPERATION ABROAD AND AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CO-OPERATION ABROAD AND AT HOME. (By Roland Campbell.) Year by year the reports from abroad and around us show the increasing at-, tentioxi given to, and the success of this utilitarian movement. Many fail to see in it any other w.ay than another form of capitalism, as we know it under the limited liability companies; but, accur ately speaking, that idea is foreign to it. . Those who enter a cooperative move-, ment expecting to receive any more than their share of tlie excess in price over cost of distribution, have egregiously j failed to understand the meaning- o£ the word, and their motives arc actuated by selfishness ratlier than directed by altru ism. For this reason the common ground j of poverty has often proved a better seed I bed for co-operative institutions than pro vided by the better-circumstanced mem | bers of a community—w have,. to great extent, missed the meaning of that old word—whose only object is to make money. The movement in England was1 born in or out of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALL. STURT II. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

FOOTBALL. | STUBT II. CLUB. The fourth annual meeting of the abovd club was held on Tuesday evening in the bowls clubhouse on the linley Oval, when the President (Mr. F. Dicken) presided over a large attendance. The President, in opening the meeting, congratulated members on the success of the past sea son, when the club attained the proud' position of first premiers of the newly/ tormed South Australian Football Asso ciation, and expressed the wish that the hearty co-operation and goodwill which prevailed during the past season would continue, and that they would once more come out on top. The secretary (Mr. A. Borchers) read a glowing report of the; season's work. He referred to the honor that had been bestowed on the club by the selection of one of its players (Mr. R. Kappler), for the association medal for the best all-round player. The club had won 11 matches out of the 16 played- In inter-association matches tiie club had been well represented, five members be ing selected for...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT, Tuesday, March 7. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Homburg.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

£AW COURTS. SUPREME COURT, Tuesday, March 7. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice HomtaiE.) ' xwd applications for alteraiiatos ol wills camfl before His Honor Mr. Justice Hombnzg is. the Supreme Court yesterday. The first -case re* ■ lerred to the will ol the late Thomas Fraser, of Birkenhead, shipwright. Mr. W. ,J. Denny, on behalf of Henry Fraser *\ad Hordoch OUhs (cxecutors), asked for an orderior\ probate with the names of Frederick Punier Ward. and. Colin Campbell as vriiaoesses, and without the name of James Alfred Eraser. Affidavits were 1 submitted showing1 that the. will was witnessed by F. F. Ward and J. A. Fcaser. Tbe lat ter pointed out to the testator that ie, was * beneficiary, and his name was struck Oatj_jjxI - Colin Cssmbell was caHed in to witness the will. His Honor made an order directing probate to issae, witfi the names of Ward and Campbell as attesting witnesses, and without the name of J A. Fraser, a note of the order to be made Id the margan of the grant. . T3*e o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFFORESTATION IN THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

AFFORESTATION IX THE SOUTH-EAST. Since Mr. T. Kayser look charge of the forest area in the Milliccnt. dis trict a marked difference has taken place, owing; to the department's pro gressive policy of afforestation. The first step was the laying out of a nur sery only for planting, and not for distribution purposes. The seedlings did remarkably uell, and up to the present quite a hundred acres have been planted of land otherwise useless lor either grazing- or agricultural pur poses, and the trees are doing well, judging by a number near to the forester's residence—though certainly they are in a better soil—the locality suits the "Remarkable pine," and since the planting about 15 or 16 years ago they have jnade very good butts, but, being in ''nly a single row. •will ii' ' ~ .ake first-class planking. At 1 one ri ■ about 25 men were at work grubt ^ and clearing and planting otbes- ^1—es. Fresh, orders have been give*', and.nevt week ten of the gang ivill nwte camp to Mount Mcltttyrfe. ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL OPTION POLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

LOCAL OPTION POLLS. Yesterday the Executive Council issued an order directing that locai option poils be taken in the districts ot Adelaide, Kooringa, Narracoo#e, Onkaparinga, O.rroroo3 Petersburg, I Slrathalbyn, and'Yatala.

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HADJI KHAN, THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

?fIADJI KHANYTHE MURDERER. *" The scene in th'c Port'Augusta Court on Monday, when Hadji Khan, 1 an Afghan, was sentenced to death by. the; Chief J.usticc for the murder ofa countryinan, Said Ma&omet, at" Her gott bprings, was one to —which ' ti£ biiucs of Australian Courts are little used. Aboriginals and Afghans gazed stolidly at the learned Judge, and no doubt mutely reminded him that the -Commonwealth must share in the white imaa's burden. In cvidencc, an Afghan laid, the accused, after- his arrest, asked him to deliver the fbliowlng message to his "European wife <:YVash my "clothes and send me mv sacred linen brought from Mecca, foi my burial.V?- The evidence pointea clearly to Ine fact that the accused nad waylaid his victim. and shot him, that he" had clumsilv given himself away by word and action, and had left traces by which Momnted Con stable McEwin had no difficulty in sheeting the crimc home to him. The value of medical testimony was strikingly shown a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. THEBARTON: Tuesday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

MUNICIPAL <3DSP0EATI0NS. THEBUSTON •" Tuesday; March 8 Present—Aldermen Btazel (in tbe chair)* Men heonet, Councillors White, Herri*, fivan, Martin, Lemon', Broadfoot, and Bransra-om.—Finance—Re ceipts, £2$; expenditure, £35; overdraft, £678 —Tbe resignation of Mr. J. Sbipp, vbo has been lamplighter and special constable lor 28 years, wae received and accepted. HTNDMAESH: Tuesday, March 7. Present—-The Mayor, Aldermen. Scovn,. Blight and King, Councillors Murphy, Wood, {HaHett* Richardson, and Martin. The Mayor reported that the council had inspected tbe oral, and that an estimate of the cost of remdving the fences and the njcxind bad been asked tor. 'With re ference to floodvafcere under Chief Street Bridge, the matter wooJd be definitely token is hand' wif-bin three weeks. Works.—Ac tor re pairing Park Lands roa£ and Gilbert street at a cost of £60 was submitted, and on tbe motion of Councillors Murphy and Wood it -was .resolved to execute the work." The estimate given ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

COMMERCIAL. Tuesday evening. Business 10-daj; was generally 01 a quiet oiuuacbor. ' 111 the grain markets tni; reports train London being of a weaker description, prices were reduced ttwougoui xhje country, and, in town tlie price for- parcels was inclined to be easier. Oats were in small supply, but ino demand is not great. Moui was dull at late rates. Ofiai unchanged. In the produce markets the chief feature was thE shortage in supplies of butler, and in consequence the market was firmer in tone. -Wheat.—The reports received from. London indicated a duller and weaker market, witn an absence of buyers. No definite offers were received indicative Of a lower price, except that the tone< fft private advices show disinclination ov the part of "buyers to operate. In consojiience of this buying limits were . icdueed in the country, and now stand at. 3/.11 to 3/H5 on trucks Port Adelaide for faimers' Iocs. In the city some par cel business was reported at 4/0£ on trucks Port Ad...

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