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INSOLVENCY COURT. Tuesday, March 8 (before His Honor Mr. C[?] missioner Russell). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

I tXSOHFEKCT COURT. 1 Taesdar, March 8 ^before tlis Honor Mr. fijuip misEioner BasseH). ' Tbe-ease of-jobs A- murnnul, of Prospect, now . out of iMisnjess, -was finally . considered- The official rec^ircr reported the liabilities were set down at £124 13/9 'and the assete.£60 5/3.. Proofs totalling £2J236 were lodged by tbr. ibltowing-^ Bagot, ShateR, & hems, £357- Butler, Shannon* ! £67; Coles & Thomas, £165; Balset? & <V, ,£715; Elder,-Smith. & Co..' £622; "G," Lsngbton. 1 I £248; Mat4Mw6 & Co.. £62. Tbe >UBOont avail able (£55 8/6) would alio va dividend of 5 lS-lfid# in tie pound. That payment he Tftvnnmw^^ An order was made accordingly. In rc WOiiau Henry Btade, of Fori - Broo?btnn, contractor, first, hearing. Adjourned for & month.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT PORT ADELAIDE (Before Messrs. W. Mussared and M. T. Quirke). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

POLICE COURT. PORT .kTiVJ.kTfiTl | (Beiorc Messrs; W. Mnrearea and M. T. QmrikeV I A cixsrge of being drunk and disordenj, and having insisted the police in St. Vinoent street : on Monday, «oet Elizabeth Ahdrcsre the at \£Z 1/6 altoget&ec, - *

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

UNION'S. Ai the last meeting' of the Trades and Labor Council an -ijjpii^:uio:i for affiliation received from 'he Kuj)j'/r-r" and .Laborers' Association gave rise to discussion. Some doubt was left in the minds of some of the delegates as lo what motions in conncction with the matter were entered upon the minute book. On referring to the sec retary (Mr. T. B. Merry), he gave the information that the following resolu tion had been carried and entered ac cordingly"That the secretary write to the United Laborers" Union and Builders' Laborers' Union, asking them to appoint three delegates each to confer with the executive of the Trades and Labor Council •with a view to bringing about amalgama tion-^

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

DAMAGE TO WHEAT STACKS. I In wheat circles the interesting to pic of conversation is the possible da mage which will be done to wheat stacks in the country in consequence of the heavy rain-s which, have fallen, throughout the State. ■ Most merchants have of late adopted the practicc of ; building skeleton sheds throughout the States, at the principal buying centres, but with nil abundant harvest such as i we have had, a large quantity of wheat is lying' exposed in railway yards wait ing opportunities of shipment to the .-eaboard. In such cases it is a prac tice with wheat merchants to endea t ror to get their wheat away from the country stations before the end of March. As a rule any rain that falls I before then is not regarded seriously, land very little damage accrues to | the wheat from such rainfall; but the I phenomenal rain that has fallen during the past few days has altered the posi ' rion, and wheat stacks are thoroughly, saturated. Reports have been received from the coun...

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

SCARCITY OF RAILWAY TRUCKS. Merchants are complain mg' biitcrly in respect of • the scarcity of railway iiucks. Applications to the railway authorities meet with-no response, an ! they do not seem iu.a position "o be able'to offer or guarantee any. num ber of trucks whatever. The reply from "'the railway officers is always' the same—"AYq will do what wc can, but can promise nothing^" In one."instance yesterday a firm of merchants applied for sis 'trucks daily at a country sta tion, but were informed that not even one truck could be guaranteed. The excuse is made that the trucks are re quired for the discharge of coal steamers, but considering the very limited quantity of coal being dis charged at Port Adelaide, some other reason must be responsible for the dif ficulty that merchants arc experi encing; in obtaining' truck sup plies. Merchants ask, with a good -deai of reason, why the railways do not "dispatch trucks more promptly from country sidings to the shipping ports or station ...

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

A MISSED PLEASURE. i "What is your name?" asked the clerk of the Licensing Bench, as an ! aboriginal irk n ess stepped into the box yesterday. -The' -witness. gave a reply which sounded)like "it's a mat ter of opinion," much to the surprise of the Chairman of the Bench, How. ever, it afterwards transpired that what the witness had really said was "Maltthew Kropinveri," and Mr. L. von Doussa, -who appeared for the" ap plicant, claimed to have seen the wit-' ricss at Wellington before.. The latter did not remember, the ~mcrdcnt,. and as. it happened 25"years ago and. he. had only been in Wellington about 12 years, he was rather doubtful as to whether B could have occuired. Mr. -von oussa had a happy inspiration. "Per haps it was your grandfather I met," be said. "'I don't think you've had that pleasure," replied Matthew gravely. The witness had left the box before the; laughter subsided.

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

WHAT IS "PINKY?" "Did you sell any 'pinky' during the time you held the licensc," asked the Crown Solicitor of a witness in an application before the Licensing Bench yesterday. "If you tell me what pinky is I'll be able to reply," said the wit ness. "It's a well-recognised poison," snapped out the lawyer, whereupon ar gument as to the merits of the case was entered upon. "I've been in the wine trade from infancy," the witness explained, "and I never heard the term pinky until seven or eight years ago. An old-established vine merchant told me that the name originated with the bushmcn, who used to call champagne 'pinky.'" (Laughter.) Mr. F. V. Smith (for the applicant), evidently thinking that the academic discussion had proceeded far enough, objected to it, on the ground that it was not rele vant to the issue. The Bench con curred, aDd Mr. Dashwood explained that he was merely trying to find out if the witness had ever sold "pinky." "I don't suppose he had anything on his shelves bea...

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

tramway matters. The system of issuing tickets at ;/6 a dozen for three sections will, jt is anticipated by the Tramways Trust, come into operation in May or J une next. A more important matter is the supply of cars, bo poorly off are the Trust in this respect that open cars had to be kept on the Henley Beach line on Sunday night, which was par ticularly wet and gusty. The passen gers had a most uncomfortable time, in spite of the blinds all having' been lowered. The TJnley City Council are complaining about the bad state of the Goodwood tramline and the remissness of the Trust in the matter. Meanwhile the Trust's coffers are becoming^ filled in a satisfactory manner. For Thurs day, Friday, and Saturday of last week the receipts from electric and horse cars were i"i886, as against £n77 for the similar dates oi last year—an increase of jC/Oq.

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

THE STATE ELECTIONS. As provided for id the* Electoral Code, nomination papers for the State general elections must reach the dis trict returning officers not later than' 5 o'clock od the day preceding: nomina tion day. Since to-morrow is the day of nomination, the papers must be lodged before 5 o'clock this afternoon. At noon to-morrow the nominations will be decared.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TOTTENHAM'S REPORT. SUPPOSED MISSING BODIES. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

•JHE TOTTENHAM'S EEPORL SUPPOSED JiiSSIXG BODIES. w.5 HnT^ftxnr xf„w.v, The statement fr. At second officer or the steamer ToUfidBftn that the dead bodies sighted were- supposed to be from the Waratah is disbelieved in Melbourne. Many of the shipping' authorities regard the state,nent as no- being authentic.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. A MISSING WITNESS. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CHAEGE OF MANSLAUGHTER, A MISSING WITNESS. MELBOURNE, March 3. , The police ars searching "for Frederick ' Bailings.?! -in connect ion with the case in i *hicb Falls haw is charged with the | manslaughter of Benjamin Hutchinson j during a fight at Atber* Park.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STEAMERS IN COLLISION. WYREEMA AND KURRAJONG THE KURRAJONG FOUNDERS. ALL HANDS SAFE. SYDNEY, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

STEAMERS IX COLLISION. AYYREEMA AND KFRRA-70XG' THE KL'EliAJOXG FOUNDERS. JMX IIAXDF SAFE. STOXEV. March 8. About balf-pa^l 9 to-night the A.U.S.X. Company's steamer Wyreema, outward bound for Brisbane, collided with the collier Kurrajong oft Bradley's Head- Tbc latter foundered almost im» mediately. AU handi. it is believed, are rafe with the exception of one man. The Wyrcema wjls not badly damaged*, but was put back intc Neutral Bay.

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WEST MELBOURNE TRAGEDY. THE INQUEST. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

WEST MEI l-.OCKSTE THAGEDr. TCI". LMJCEST. MELBOURNE, March 8. The inQUfiSt in connection with the West Metbonrr<- tragoUv wus held at the morgue to-day Day said Hi i; <»e was discharged from the force for jerkin-.- nuder his bro ther's name, aa he w*;ih under age. Day denied Iliac thei- wni- any intimacy bJ tween Himself :i;,l Hose Woodward. Mrs. Day's step-sister. Hose Ward, in her evidence admitted that she bad -old Mis. Dav trial she loved Day. A letter -from 'Jki s. Day addressed tsj i the ComnrissjCisbT of Police, was TSad 1 in the Court. r-xated that Day h:id ! wronged her and broken her heari by j carrying on with bei stepsister. • The writer sta+-od that-s*--* xa&£ quits gane-.bnr i would not lix»e life ^he-had- led for i tie twfo y&LT*. | The Coroner refcpiatd a verdict- of: te2apc55aj7 i2isaaitj> '»

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHCRCH AT POWLETT RIVER. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CHCECH' AT POWLETT RIVER. V1?.T T*f*ITT?\TTC. Ttf niv-4, * The MetbodjsL Co ference intend erect ing a church at J?owlett Kiver (the State coal mine dislricn

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RONALD HERPER CASE. MISSING DEFENDANT. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

RONALD HiRPER CA.SE. HISSING DEFENDANT. MELBOURNE, March 8. John Huxley,-one of the defendants in the Eon aid -Harp e r alleged conspiracy case, is missing, and a warrant has been taken out for his arrest ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUMAN SKULLS FOUND. AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

HOSIAX SKULLS FOUND. : &T THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. While making the excavations, for the foundation of a building at the Zoological I Gardens yesterday morning, the contrac tors /Messrs. Cailagau & Good enough) un earthed three skulls, two of which ap-: peared io be those of adults, and the third, that of an infant. A number of other bones were also fonnd ai_a depth ,o[ about IS in. The police took (possession of the skulls, which were submitted to Dr. Ramsay Smith. He states that they are thf. skulls of- aboriginals. The place where the skulls were found is in the nor thern portion of the gardens, near a site where a swan pond previously existed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

;• •• V; ^ADELAIDE feoBljCE "MARKETS. 1 - AtfettHte a ChflW •- Softer and Pro^nce f^ jOBhapiitty* :;Xa3xai*dt Adelaide, March ®-~r ' firmed swiqg. to yshort eOweSia,1tfrrougb, jerarewie wet: deinand Ac&vie and copflftaon By ^i ^OKSib^ AiL-B- «ttanre*y sad gobd to.^bcfiee f*<>. Sfffi.jfaiaMpfteifcr in' fo l/2j ^ordinary, factory^, j&3ine\ to 1/15; fair' dairiea, sbna and coltectors', Sd. to Sid. ?*iv- ^^g^-~DeIxreries 'tcndfty light; .local trade siroiig f; v ".tfiiinteed ' fmh, 1/1; dock, 172. Cbeesp.— '^V' ftesaaad fair at 5}d. -to fi^d. lor good 4s przise ^ s^^Wao'in 4ax«e to lo&f sizes. . Bacon steady. at r .'. tjdL toSjd/Ior pcoQe "factory-cared rides (h^yy ;to light «^bw; middles, "StLffo 4& : IxL;; ljladdefr, '%mtntefa£ 7a.;; '"Hooey, £rm at SS<i. to 3dT forpniae !' todcbr ^iewVt»woiji*B : <»ndwd. J2d.;;. dark jt&d in ^^Stefiir, frrmi 1«L" .Ueeswax, Ifl to 1^2. "Hnrndis* : , almonds. 7&L'-~rpae...

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

'"'V PjrobnCE.MABKETS. V-aJ 'SYDNEY. Tnesdarl -J sa3a« and buyejr,"* 4/L ." ' 5^y Js si^ady an9 unaltered, and is oc * s ;3>eei«d<tb be lower to-morrow. Other for Y agelinesaie unaltered. ' • .

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

PfilCES. Woeat.—Farmers^ price, 3/11 to 3/31} per bushel on tracks Port Adelaide. ■. "Flour.—CSfcjr :braids. . (delivered}. £10 . :per ton; coontrybrands, £9 IS/, per "ton. . . Bran.—ljftlj per bnshel delivered Ade Jaide^ ; Pollard-—3/LJ per bushel delivered Ade laide. . ' 1 Algerian Qsts.—lfS to I/M per bushel -Jon trucks orafioai. Port Adelaide. A *" ■ Bariej.—Cipe, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on tracts 3Port Adelaide; malting, 2/6 to 3/6 "pel- bit^elCTirjaeks Port Adelaide: *' " Bntterj<a± auctkm).—1/1 ta lfZi for fac ■'*Tr»-3Xd.^t6 X/lJ'for separator. ■."* . __Eejje {a& ^nctara).—Pn^'Xgnaianteed), SAr oncfc eggSt I/2. • r Cheese <at anttion).—5Jdrto 6£<L t>er lb/1 , Bacon <ai ' auction).—Prime factory . «tted, 7^d. toS^d-Tbaois. Bd. to 104d. Honey.; -fei: auction).—23d. to3d.per y.Sb. .s-;. * r . -^Almonds (at auction).—Brandish 7id. perlbk

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

the tanami field. lhrcc specimens of lode formation from Laurie's claim at Tan ami have been received at the officc of the Minister for the Northern Territory, lhe specimens, which show gold! freely, were lifted from a depth of S: tt. and o ft. and 100 it. apart. , The-: Secretary to the Minister (Mr. F. E : Benda) estimates that up to date* Soo oz of gold have been taken from the: field.

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