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ABORIGINAL TOTAL ABSTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

ABORIGINAL TOTAL ABSTAINERS. As a general- rule a beneficent Go vernment have to protect the aboriginal from *the lures of intoxicating' liquors, sp much so that si heavy penalty' is provided to prevent the sale of strong' drink to them. That- all aborigines are not prone to yield to temptation was demonstrated before the Licensing Bench yesterday,, when'a balf-casie and a'full-blooded aborigine came all the way from Wellington, a distance of over 6b miles, to testifv that no hotel was required in the district for the liehefit. of the travelling . public, - a!-1 though the searest. licensed, house was about 2<i miles, distant. Both witnesses affirmed their total abstinence ' prin ciples. (

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

v SbeTStato TnfiSnii Gotammebt proposes . io cripple > the Islington . (Workshop5— tieqebythrowinBa tmmher 6f men oat of , -emplpyioent—by loading them with a ' heavy charge wjjen tendering for Gftvern _ meait contrasts. Private enterprise is to be i ienoonraged at the expenseof the tax-1 ■ paver and by -the sacrifice of Government I 6bopld wte "Yes" on the ques-1 Son of the Condition wealth taking over | the Stale debts. The elimination of the j States as borrowers would vastly improve | Australia's credit and the saving in in terest would makfl a handy Kinking fund ] for the lifting of the'debt harden. In spite at the succession of bounteous seasons. Treasurer Butler hints at re trenchment in tbe Civil Service. The weak Minister, who has sot the courage to fairly'tax the hloated landholder resorts ' to victimisation of the unfortunate' Go vernment officials. A Labor Government will not descend to this miserable and ■grossly unfair expedient; civil servants " should vote labor a...

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

THE WRONG BRIEF. The Crown Solicitor (Mr. C. J.( Dashwood, K.C.) had a rather unfor-l tunate experience before the Licensing: Bench, yesterday. He was appearing! on behalf of the policc to oppose the application made by Patrick F. Kealy I for a renewal of the license of the Lady Fergusson Hotel, in Currie street. A large number of witnesses were called to. testify to the fact that the house was not necessary. In cluded amongst them were a minister a schoolmaster, and a number of resi dents in the vicinity. There was a general consensus of opinion that there ■ were too many licensed houses in the neighborhood, but from the -evidence it appeared that the Lady Fergasson was particularly necessary. One wit ness (the schoolmaster) stated that al though lie opposed the renewal of the license, he thought the wrong house had been , selected,-v and Ije knew that many carriers usr-d the h-usc every day.. Of course, in the facc of such evidence by the Crown witnesses, the opposition fell throu...

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

UNITED LABOR PAKTT. POET PEEXE, March 3.-—A friend, writing' from Soowtown, says:—"Thy local branch of the Liberal and Demo cratic Clnb is a dead letter. There were, as a matter of fact, only five members in it, and tbey feel the? have been fooled." In contrast to this it is inte resting to know that the newly formed hmrtcit of the Labor Party in Snowtown is going ahead by leaps and botmds. The mptnhws ace full of ^TitTingiatnn1 :LTG ■working bard, and are going to put up a record for Labor at the forthcoming ejections.—A. little while ago a few men at Port Broogbton, beaded by Mi. £. T. Lamb, decided it was time a branch of the party was formed in Itact part of the District of Stanley. Last Saturday a delegation, consisting of CotmcOIar Mimro, Mr. White (President of the Port Pirie branch), Mr. ilcltmes ^secretary of the Government General Workers' Asso ciation), and a reporter of Che ■"Port Pizie aecorde^^-weiit team Pros, a <£e tsjice of 36-inzisK, to tpjvvtOjeia a lit...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LICENSING BENCH. INSPECTOR BURCHELL'S REPORT CRITICISED. MR. GORDON'S COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

LICENSING BENCH. INSPECTOR BUECHELi'S EEPOEX, CRITICISED. ME. GORDON'S COMMENTS. The animal meeting of the Licensing Bench for the. Adelaide district was held , yesterday. The bench consisted of Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M. (Chairman), L. Cohen, G. F. Ciari-dge, W. Buriord, X. H- Brooker, C. Wells, and 3. iioule. Altogether £52 applications lor renewals ■were set down for hearing. I The Crown Solicitor intimated that it was proposed to oppose five only—Lady Fergusson Hotel, Ouirie street (Patrick J. Mealy): AVhite Conduit Hotel, North street ^Hannah Jacobs); Wheelwright's A 17ns Hotel, Boper street (Joseph H. ■Evan); Wellington Hotel, Wellington (Charles T. Thomas); and a wine saloon in Gouger street (Walter Matson). In each case the objection was laid on the .ground that the houses were not re quirecWor the convenience of the public. TheVGhairman characterised the an nual report of the inspector, which was read in Court, as very meagre and vague. It was simply a recapitulation of well k...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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LOCAL OPTION POLL. IMPORTANT POINT RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

tOCAIi OPTION POLE. IHPOBTAXT POIKT RAISED. After the firfet case had been called on Mr. EL B. Grundy, K.C., who appeared for two other applicants, obtained per mission to speak on a matter of public importance. The matter was common to each of the ojgosed licenses. The nbtices of opposition were dated Feb ruary 16. ' A. petitionf for a local option poll for the Adelaide district had been filed, prior to that, and the poll would be taken in April. The question to be subletted to the electors was as to whe ther a third of the houses in the district should be closed. He submitted that the opposition should be withdrawn and the matter left to be dealt with after the local option poll, if it was carried. The Chairman—But if it's not carried it ■will not be dealt with at all: Mr. Grundy—There are 111 hotels in the jlistrict, and if the poll is carried 37 will be dosed, but if the houses now opposed were not renewed 39 w6uld be closed, and that would mean that more than the . statutory nu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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APPLICATION FOR RENEWALS. THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SPPLIGAiroS FOR RENEWALS. THEO£EOSITIOX- 1 "" The application of Patrick T. HeUyJ licensee of iheLady Fergusson Hotel, fori A renewal was opposed. Mr. Wadey ap peared for the applicant. Evidence was given by the Eev. F-J Webb {rector of Trinity Church), Messrs. ! 3. Fairweather "(headmaster of theCurriel Street School), 6. Strapp, and E. Sharp to tJie efiect that there were too main; hotels in the neighborhood. The Chairman stated that no evidence had been adduced to show why the license should be opposed, and the application was'granted. > ; • - / ■■ ' An. objection had'^been lodged against the renewal of the license of the White. Conduit Hotel, butTihe Crown Solicitor stated that in viewjif the previous de cision the opposition^ would be with drawn. The license was acoordingly granted. - The -application of the licensee of the 'Wheelwright's Aims Hotel was opposed and a number of witnesses gave evidence to the efiect that they did not think fhe public convenience required the e...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FREEDOM IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

FREEDOM IN POLITICS. Recently Mr. Peake became afflicted with a spasm of horror regarding: what he termed the growing and almost crushing power of party domination, and was moved to-address a letter to a fusion candidate on the subject. He said:—"I was very-much impressed by what you said at Norwood with respect to jthe liberation of the elector from the growing* and almost crushing power of party domination, and of the desirableness for a more direct respon sibility to the electors. See what it will mean if the Trades Hall Party should have a "majority in nest Parlia ment! Debate and deliberation would be, I take it, almost useless; the Op position might just as well keep away from Parliament. The policy would be cut and dried, and would be unalter able, no matter what might be the weight of argument against it. Talk mp on the part of the Opposition ■would be like butting against a stone wall. There would be no open mind—that would, indeed, alter the whole charac ter of our Parliam...

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

PABIY OR PEOPLE? -Contrast this, with the object of our opponents. They, too, axe out to win, but their object is not the good of'the people. They have repeatedly declared that their one purpose in all their machinations in the direct: 5d of fusion is to defeat Labor. That sim ply means to defeat the people. Their policy has no promise for the masses. It ignores the claims of the struggling many, and only safeguards the inte rest of the privileged few. Their taxation proposals are so inequitable and unjust that even their own cham pions condemn them. Their cruel eva sion of the just claims of Labor should condemn them in ihe eyes of i every worker of every grade. Their refusal to enfranchise the people, the placing of the claims of dead and inert pro perty before those of living flesh and blood, is an abhorrent relic of the darkest of dark ages. They shut the door of reform in the face of the ex pectant people, and ask. the insulted masses to help them in. their outra geous attempt ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COAL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE "COAL STRIKE. Our f^dney telegrams received thisi morning indicate ihat the negotiations! for a settlement of the coal strike at; Newcastle have again failed. Again,j too, the faili re is" due to the obduracy of the employers. The Wade Govern-j ment and their followers in Parliament were prompt 'n passing a law provid ing for the im.-risonment of men who advised rhcir fallow-workers to lcavt work as a prott sr. a grains! the unjust ccnditions imposed upon them. The position bas now chaiiged. Will Mr. Wade and his minions call Parliament! together and make it as easily possible: to imprison-the wealthy mmeowners, to whose action ^one tJic-;cobtiauation of the mike is cow due?

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"THE DAILY HERALD" SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

I "THE DAILY HERALD" SALES, i We have every reason to be gratified by, the large increase of sale of "The iiaiiy Herald" on its second appeai ^acc on Tuesday. Numbers of new agencies were applied for, and over nfty agencies already established tele graphed or wrote for additional sup plies. As a sample of maiiy letters re ceived yesterday, v.c quote the fol lowing —"The papers came to hand to-day, and created quite a furore. 1 could have sold ten times as many as 1 had ordered." "An Ardent Sup porter," writingfrom Wallaroo, says:— "There is ouly one thing wrong ivith 'The Daily Herald'; as far as Wallaroo is concerned, and that is that there wasj not enough by a few hundred to sup-' ply the wants of the town. There wasi a general rush, and towards the finish] of the day 2/6 was being freely! oifered for a copy. This looks pretty! healthy for a start, and I hope thai there will be no slump in the enthusi asm of buyers of the up-to-date1 paper."

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BANK HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

bank holidays. The. Executive Council have pro-1 claimed the following- bank holidays:— Special» South Australia, Saturday, March 26 (£a?ter Saturday); Port Lin-i coin, W ednesdav afternoon, March i6;! Mount Pleasant, Thursday afternoon'! March 17. 1

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THE FEDERAL ELECTION'S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE FEDERAL ELECTION'S. The divisional returns of Federal electors in South Australia have been completed with the exception of bar ker, for which the Lameroo figures have still to be received. The total enrolment is 209,082, which is an in crease of 16,369 011 the total at the Senate by-election two years agro. Fol lowing is a comparison of the divi sional -totals then and now:— Division. 1908. 1910. Adelaide _ 29.835 28.732 Angas .. .. _ _ 25.569 26,77D Barker .. .. ^ _ 26,430 29,710 Boothby ... „ „ 32.403 31,561 Grey .. 24,576 29.585 Hindmarsli „ _ 26,347 30,898 Wakefield _ 28,055 31,826 Totals 193,713 209,082

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METEOROLOGICAL. FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

METEOROLOGICAL. FORECASTS South Australia a p.uuj.—No data; com-1 munication interrupted. I w estern Ausu&ua.—So data; communication < interrupted- j <£uceiibtan<L—Squally south-east v%r>d& and rain < along the Paciiic slopes an dover tbc peninsula; iine in the western and southern di3tnU£, with cooler south winds. » New Soutiu Wales.—Cool, equally southerly i wmus; line in the north-west, but unsettled elsewhere, with rain during next 48 hours; some heavy talis. Gales approaching tbc coast. i Victoria.—Continued cooL, equally, showery weather; rough with gales in the straits. Tncfwartta—/Trtnfcjntux* StonnV, wet, gputbetiy weather; cool temperatures; strong gales »t sea. —Oman ' Forecasts and Reports on 'Storms.— Tbe cyclonic centre lies to the south of Gabo. Gales and roogh seas between Melbourne, Tas mania, and Syoney, and lat<?r over Tasman Sat. —Weather Conditions at 9 a.m. Throughout the Commonwealth.— S...

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WINE LICENSE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

VIKE LICENSE REFUSED. J. ne last objection raised was to the renewal of a wine license to Walter Mat son for premises situated in Gouger street. _ Mr. F. Pilleneuve Smith ap peared in support of the application. I The evidence showed that there were a large number of hotels in the imme diate vicinity. - and the application vas' eventually refused on the ground that there was no public need for the place.!

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MR. BUTLER AND THE LABOR PARTY—A REPLY TO CRITICISMS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

MR. BCTLEE AND THE LABOE FAKTV—A_ liKFLY TO CKlXIClbiiS. To Ahe Editor. Sir—Busier sadly lacks a sense ol humor. i±is aosura misrepresentations ot tue Labor Jiaays poLu^ m flu eimcti ijeicl address is a noiaDic example.. J11 nis alleged anxiety on "tue question oi puDUc liUimc^s iiu<3 the necessity 01 tcepuig tuein sound," ue. givta ku" en tirely ta^se ana gratuitous estimate ol me "burdens" winch the Laoor ±*arty intend to milict eupon the taxpayer. He appears to torget that the .Labor Parly ii.iL: just as imxiaudfeis tne iTeasurer to conserve Die lmerests oi the taxpayer, and lie might fairly have rememoereu ins own words, quoted so efiectively by His present colleague, Mr. jfeake (bui then in Opposition) to the . following effect:—"In nis opinion the farmers 01 the State would be quite as sate in trust ing their destinies even to the Labor Party as they would be to the ultra-Con servative." air. Butler gives certain esti mates which, if correct, might occasion the misa...

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TAXATION PROPOSALS CONTRASTED. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

TAXATION PROPOSALS CONTRASTED. To the Editor. Sir—I am afraid that I muft accuse ihel Hen. h. Butler not only of gross inaccu racy, but of approaching perilously near a wilful perversion of the truth. What ever he could distort, misrepresent, and exaggerate concerning Labor's1 taxation proposals he appears to have done. Speaking at Mourn Gambicr he said:—"Thev (the Labor Party) have on their programme proposals which show ar. increased expenditure of fully £100,000, all of which is to be made up by an all-round land tax." This state ment of Labor's position is like the cele brated definition of a crab as a red fish which swims backwards, which the French savant described as quite accu rate, excepting that a crab was not a fish, was not red, and did not swim backwards. In the first place, let us sample the' arithmetic of the financier who. on his own authority, is the great est Treasurer feouth Australia ever had. His estimates of the so-called "increased expenditure" unoer'the Labor...

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THE BLIND REVOLUTIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE BLIND REVOLUTIONIST. Ernest Poole, in "Everybody's Magazine.") In Chicago, by day and by night, in scenes crude, gigantic, melodramatic, you may gather a story,which is only the more impressive from the £act that its climax is still to be acted. How soon or in what form it will coiiie—slow and steady or swift and chaotic in l>cace or in war, for good or foe evil—no mail can tell. For this climax is to depend oa the wisdom, liiv. foliv, the honor, the fraud, the delibe rate thought, and the turbulent passions 01 BO millions of people. liesiiiu ^me, on a little platform in the darkness, stood a man blackened with glittering dust, bending slightly loriard, nis lianu 011 a lever, bis lace grimy and lean, and from under his old slouch hii nis eyes impassive and quiet—watching, l'he platform quivered under our f«et; the air throbbed with a deep, unending thunder; the space in front and below was alive with red, fantastic lights, im penetrable shadows; and beyond loomed three black ...

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BURRA WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

BDREA. WEIGHTS. | —Run March 23.— j Handicap Hurdle Bace, about two miles.—Don I nybrook, 11 &1.; Macumba, 10.3. | Squateere' Handicap, about one and a quarter 1 miles.—Hotspur. 9 st. 2 lb.; Barter, 8JJ; Stafford,, 8; Sunshine, 7.8: 7. ! Flying Handicap, about six furJongs.—Sun shade, 9 6t. 5 lb.; Fortola. 8; Taleteller, 7.7; j May Fortune, 7.3; Brijjht -Olive, 7. ! Burra Handicap, about one mile.—Hotspar. S gL 3 lb.; Baxter. 8.13; Stmsbade, 8J2;; Stafford, £.7; Rifleman, 7.2: TQsdate and Belalie, 7. Welter Handicap, about brvco furionga.—Bax ter, 9 st. 11 lb.; Doonybmok, 8J.3; Sunshine, &.11; Fort-ola, 8.10; Vacantia, 8.7; May Fortune, 8.4; Tosdalc and Belalie, 82.; Lady liay£c)d and Lockie, B. Henry Hughes, hatrdacappec.

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PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. CAR AND TWENTY PEOPLE DYNAMITED. STATE TROOPS INCREASED. VANCOUVER, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. / CAS AJTD TWENTY PEOPLE . DYNAMITED. STATE I-KOOPS INCREASED. VAXCOCVEB. KMfefe S. Disquiet in connection with the Fhila-■ -delphia .-strike stili continues, and mat-: ters look an alanning -turn yesterday.1 when it became known that a tram car, containing pO passengers, bad been blown, up by dynamite. Kot content with perpetrating this aw ful ,deed, sinne of the strikers, after the explosion, Tuslied apon the occupants of the car and hurled Uiem in every direc-' tion. - There have been 52 arrests made, and 'five t+rikcrs shot, <luring tbe last 24 hours. • Owing to an. increasing feeling of alarsi, tbe State troops have been increased to 10,000. ~ It is also reported that the artil lery, T»bich is stationed at Port Duppnd, isprepared to go on duty at any moment. The loss sustained by merchants so far oser the strike is estimated; at five mil lion dollars.

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