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POLICE AND STRIKERS. UNMANAGEABLE MOB. VANCOUVER, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

POLICE AKD STRIKERS. C>"MAXAGEABLE MOB. TA Vr^irTTTTT?, Ufar* li JT 1 *Tbere was a, mass meeting of,strikers' ieia this afternoon, when .10,000 rioters and several hundred of the police /en gaged in a fierce ■conflict-. , This 'was brought About by a policeman striking a man: villi hisclub and' endeavoring to: surest him.'- . The mob becamc unmanageable, and! fcurled-stcmesaxtd bricks at ..the -police j who" Were ordered to fire on their assail-1 ante. The shot scattered over the heads of the raters, but Ihey did not desiEt' from the strtagsile- ' At a late hour- it was! reported that the police, seemed to have control of .the situation-- - - - The. Conservative V leaders' claim- that there are 60,030 men now ont on stride, and ?,hat this n amber will begre&tly ,in-] creased- . The Radical' leaders claim that there are 150,000 jnen outand thai the figures will reach .200,000 before nightfall. j

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

TOBF TOPICS. Acceptances and entries for the Southern Yorke's Peninsula Jockey Club Meeting on March 17 are due to-day. At the Woodside Hotel on Marclx 14 the gates and booths Cor the Onkaparinga Racing Club's Easter Monday Meeting will be offered by auction. The South Australian horses M-edaglia, Carl Dour, Sacre, and Wolseley are en gaged at the <l'auJfield Meeting, to . be held next Saturday. H. Hopwood pur poses reiuming with the firstaamed three on the following Monday. A. G. Carter will probably bring Wolseley back by the iame train in order to prepare him {or his Oakbank engagement. It appears likely that South Australian sportsmen will have the pleasure of see ing Ripon run ' at Oakbank on Easter Monday. R. H. Frew has not definitely decided to make the trip, but the chances are that he will come. The weights for the Bum Meeting, to be held on March 23, appear in this issue. A race meeting will be held atMoonee Vailey to-day. The programme will be found in this is...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH POLITICS. LABOR PARTY AND THE LORDS. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

' BRITISH POLITICS LABOR- PARTY AND THE LORD LOSDOJT. March 8. Mr. Eamsay MacDonald, M.P., in the coarse of a speech, stated thai he dis agreed •with the Government's idea that simply -sending the lesolotion in con section with the limitation of the-Lords' power of veto to the House of Lords,' would canse another election , to follow.. '' The Labor Party, hfi said, make it cleaiiy understood that they desire thej abolition of the House of Lords. If they -were beaten in that, they would support the most drastic proposals for dealing! with the Lords' power of veto. j

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NARRACOORTE TWO DAYS' MEETING POSTPONED. NARRACOORTE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

- KA*VRAfOni?TK TWO T1A.YS' MEETING POSTPONE®. SAfiEACOORTE, Marqh 8. [ The committee or the Nariacoorte] Racing Club visited the racecourse this! morning "and found that the track was! practically under water, and therefore un-j Safe to race upon. The S-AJT.C. was. communicated with, and permission faav-; ing been obtained, it was decided to post-! pone the fixture until March 16 and 17. j It is estimated that 5 in. of rain has fallen! since Saturday. 1 j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SETTINGS OF THE COMMONS. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SETTINGS OF THE; COMMON Warrtli R The Prime Minister has announced that the Government's plan for the reform of £he House of lords will include a-propo sal to shorten the duration of the House of Commons sessions. Mr. Asguith has often announced him self in favor of five years as opposed to seven year Parliaments, so his announce-1 meni does not come as a surprise.

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THE RAILWAYS. EXAMINING BOARD APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE RAILWAYS. | SXaHQnQTG BOABD AP^OQiTED. On jjEoesday it was decided by tbe 'l^sficgttve Council that in future those Intending to enter Abe railway service as pfficezs mnsty before fining so, pass a spe fiiaL-examinatioxi, equivalent to the Civil ^enice or senior examinations. It has )been:. Uie custom for yean past to ap point junior officers who have passed " either, of the latter examinations- In a. good .many cases, however, where the number of those offering for examina tion has been insufficient for the heads " the whole service, junior porters have eh requisitioned to £13 the vacancies, some cases these men have been UT1 rquali3«<i/for the positions, and as a con ~ jusnce have made inefficient officers* examining board has, therefore, appointed, consisting of Messrs. W. Gieen {chief draughtsman at J. W. Gordon (chief cleit in xa* Tl'n£io Manager's office), and J.' Rrnr*^i in ±hf* ofiieC jihv'Gomptrtfii'T of Accounts). inee who axe at present in. the eex £•33, in...

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

Cable News. "THE DAILY HERALD" SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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AN ENGLISHMAN'S DEATH. DISTRIBOTION OF COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

^^;-^;;,============= ■ ■ S ttflmiSHMAFS DEATH. sleibibcmoiv of compeusaiiox. Mr.;. P. •£ John jBtan^cra/bchalf of the PjihZie Trustee, •:V*pplici4o lit 3 G. BusEell, SjM., at the ( .teMa^Locia Curt to determine the dependents ' jbf '• •. la£e James Pliilpott.j " - '^S tojiinafce -ca order for distribution, of r"jbt £ZiA S>, compensation re-] -J ihe WaUarotr Phosphate| ^ Coi&gany, J.4m:--e t I* Had been agreed ■ - >£e -PufcHc ■_ Trustee and the] the latterehouldpay to-] I J^h&'f6mEr, on, behalf of the dependents; S T&j &fe jClepeas -J^iSOS,- less fine -^tpenses: U' ^f^b^/comj»L^. li was dficided ±hai ihei t bepaid until ihie de-j - V^oxideiite likd--proved their claim; ' -- ; ffnblic Trustee)' '' he "Sals {the legal personal ~re-j /deceased, who was. ,-.Jcillciiibn April 28, -1903, whilst in. thC'da oj'^-^lte' '--iV40laj30ci. -Phosphate 'Com |*^aSj^3Ih£del«3^1>ad beenaseaman Wallaroo. 'He x^desth. He left' a v now -residing gr;^i^j.»raa^H^-*S...

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A HAIRDRESSER ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

^Sj^HESSEB BOBBED. AftaaJIdrtmght.,s sojourn in the Ade {aide fiaoV ihc" result of a drunken! SprBe, Ctexles Tierney -was liberated on ^esday.oiil}' - l fat--once more intoj Ihe bands;of the police. He'appeared be fore tK£ Sort Aedlalde Bolice Couxt^ yes ''-jcrday.^charged, oil the information of Bamud Kellet, barber, Ayith , having on February 21 stolen a razor and .a pair ©f hairclippers, .value' 7/6. The infor mant staled that defendant - entered his Ehop ia the company of another man. Kellsi left the shop for a„few moments,' ;ipd when, h^ retained he found that Tiernef had disappeared. . The articles produced 'had also mysteriously depar ted ;The razor was found in the pos seesioii of..accused when he was arrested on/^he. drnnkermess charge, • and -infor-i mact identified them as property.! . ®ie "icliplttre up 4o the-present are still. ; missing. " Tierney pleaded guilty, audi ;„•»as finec 40/, is default one'month's! imprisonment.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA. "NATION OF JUSTICE AND FAIR DEALING." VANCOUVER, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

AMERICA. "NATION OF 3TJSTICE AND FAIB ^ BEMiDfG." VANCOUVER, Maxell 7. ' -Mr. waliaja Caliioun, newly ap-i pointed. American Minister in China, was '■ yesterday entertained at a. luncheon in' | Chicago. Speaking on Chinese matters, jand more especially on tbe rejaiions be tween China andTlussia over the Man-: churian railways, he said that America; was a na&ioxi-of jiistice anri fair dealing. .'China was fice to face with her greatest' crisis, and would need "the help of ai friendly nation. ' I It has been stated already that dis patches reporting the intention of China "to..permit an Anglo-American- syndicate j to construct the Chinchow road wit^fct] Russia's assent, have caused disquiet^Sd i Hussia has communicated with the—va rious Powers. Notes were interchanged in I8S9 bearing pn the cooetractlon of the i railways north of Pet in for which Rus sian capital only -was to be empldved if 1 these axe built .by the Chinese them selves. •

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

$IQEKSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. gHXUAE MEETING. ■ TKe annual meeting of the Sooth Aus tralian..licensed- Victuallers' Association was held on Tuesday evening at thelm peii&l Hotel. The President (Mr- J. .Lord) presided. ■ Tiie report of the com mittee for -the year ending February 28 was presented,' anr) Showed that during the jear 76 members were enrolled. There had-been an all-round improvement in bilsinesB1 in ihe city and-Country. The year had been -one of the most prosper ous on record as far as the liquor trade was concerned.. The places at which the loci option-polls-would be taken on April E wereWest Torrens, Mount Gimbier, - WiHicent, Mount. Barker, Taiiara, Kooringa, Petersburg,. Orroroo, Stanley, -- Wooroora, North Adelaide, Sa^bssa, Straihalbyn, Kangaroo Island, Adelaide, - ^varraeoorte, ' Tatala, Onka paringa, Gladstone,' Newcastle, Torke's Peninsula, Gumeraeba, Wallaroo,, and tight. ■' The coihznittee had . every con fidence in leaving ihe «leetor£ to decide...

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MILLIONAIRE STIGMATISED. MR. CARNEGIE A "FOUL SOT." VANCOUVER, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

MILLIOXAIBE STIGMATISED. MR. CABNEGIE A "FOUL SOT," VANCOUVER, March 8. Speaking at San Francisco to-day the Mayor CMj. McCarthy) termed Mr. An drew Carnegie, the millionaire, a "foul sot in the matter -of philanthropy." He declared. that Mr. Carnegie en deavoured to ease his conscience by giv , ing away libraries. He thanked God that ! Br. Carnegie's offer to provide San Francisco with a similar gilt had not been accepted.

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ITALY OFFENDED. AN INDISCREET AMBASSADOR. ROME, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

ITALY /OFFENDED. ;"AX INDISCREET AMBASSADOR HOME, March 8. It is reported Ifcai the United States Ambassador in Home iB out of favor with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy. The reason of his Majesty's displeasure is at tributed to aii unflattering opinion of the country expressed by Mr. Leis^iian, and j it is believed that he will be'recalled to WesSiagfcon.

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FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

FOUND DEAD. festerday at. 9-30 a-m. the. body of a nfan about 24 years of age was found on the Military road, Henley Beach. The body was dressed is a blue striped suit, and iear it was a pea rifle and a bottle. On the bottle was written "Booney." Cor poral Bethick reported the affair to the city police, and the body was removed to i the"'City, morgue. - ' ■ 1

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TRAINING NOTES. Victoria Park. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

TRAINING KOTES. Victoria Part. Tile course proper was made available for the use of trainers at Victoria Park on Tuesday morning... The track was somewhat heavy owing to the recent rains, and nothing of a sensational order transpired. Monte Matto and Memo went strongly over a distance. None of James' lot had any pace on. Toped i covered a mile and a quarter, taking just outside of evens for the last four furlongs. Others of James' were Carl Rose, who pnt. in a solid mile and a quarter, Lady iiaeJgwyn, JTetley, Auri fera, and Kopenick, all of whom worked on the course proper. Williams* four were exercised on the same track. - Martello and Mystic Maid spurted half a mile in 56s.; Arquebus went at half and three-quarters pace over a distance, and the Bosalind Hily at three-quarters pace. ■ Wafceman's string comprised Permian, Lord Euston, Tinbrook, Blue Moon (who ran five furlongs in lm. 13s.}. and Battle bridge and Doree, who travelled four furlongs is company. Smith's four—Sedan, Sum...

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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

I SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. March. 9—Moonee Valley Races. 10—Murat Bay J.C. 10—Tumby Bay J.C. 12—Gawler J.C. 12—V.A.T.C. (Vic.). 12—Rosehill Races (X.S.W.). 16—Epsom Races <Vjc.>. 16—Balaklava and Port Wakefield B.C. 16—Teroivie B.C. 16-17—arracoorte R.C. 17—Southern Y.P. l.C. 17—Denial Bay J.C. 18—Loxton E.C. IS—Port Adelaide R.C.. IS—Hawkesbury Races ' (X.S.W.). 19—Moonee Valley Races (Vic.). 22—Cowell R.C. 23—Burl'.i R.C. 26-2S-30 and April 2—A.J.C. Autumn Mtg. 26—Aspendale Park Kaces (Vic.). 26—Broken Hill J.C. 28—Onlcaparinga R.C. 2&—'Williamstown Races (Vic.1). 28—Laura J.C. 28—Kadina and Wallaroo J.C. 28—Penong J.C. 31—Benmark R.C.

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BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

x Bms. Bank of Adefeide, buyer £8 9/6. National Bank (preference) buyer £12 11/. "National Bank (ordinary), seller £5 17/6. Commercial Batik (preference), buyer £6 1/. Commercial Book (ordinary), seller 14/5. English. Scottish, and Australian Bank (pre ferred inscribed), bnycr 12/6, seller 12/9. English, Scottish, and Australian Bank (defer red inscribed). buyers 18/1&. edler 1B/6. INVESTMENT AND IKlKJSTBIAL STOCKS. «.A. Gas. buyer £12 4(, seller £12 7/6. Perth Gas, buyer 40/3. Broken Hill 'ias (paid), buyer 16/. Adelaide Steamship, buyer 39/6, seller 4G/6* Austral Hat. buyer 22/. Golf Steamship, buyer- 41/. Electric Supply (preference), buyer .£5*26f. EUctric Supply (ordinary), huyrr £5 Eider, Smith. & Co.. buyer £5 10/6. Howard Smith (preference), buyt? 28/9. Howard Smith (ordinary), buyer 50/3, ecHer 51/. Port Docks, £6 2/. Broken Hill "Water, buyer 19/6. seller 20/9. D.' & W. Murray (preference), buyer £5 12/. Australian Hardwood, buyer 2/9. John Hill &am...

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THE SHARE MARKET. STOCKS AND SHARES. Tuesday Evening. London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE SHARE MARKET. STOCKS AXD SHARES. Tuesday Evenin London Quotations. bilver shares were slightly easier, whilst a few lines i:i copper sliowed an improvement, although the metal lost 12/6 per ion. A few gold stocks were noticed, and these were slightly weaker on the Adelaide Stock Exchange. Small busi ness was noted in silver, lead, and gold shares, ^ and values were little altered. Old British, with fair turnover, had the most of the Barrier trade, and eased l^d.. but gained that amount later ort* Wes tralia Waihi, at about late prices, re ceived the most support in gokl. In cop per some live lines had business re corded, but Fitzroyj had the bulk of the trade, and hardened 3d., whilst others were nominally unchanged. Tin stocks were quiet but for Vegetable Creek, which were lightly exchanged at about 6d. higher in value. Investment stocks were <juiet and only small exchange effected.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER NOTES. Observatory, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

WEATHER NOTES. Obscrvaiorr. 9 p.m. After a spell of wet weather, with ai most continuous rain for nearly four days, liner conditions were much appre ciated over tie metropolitan area to-day Al the Observatory the temperature only reached a maximum" of 69.2' in the shade. The day was mostly cloudy, and a few sprinkles of rain fell during the morning. During the 24 hours previous to 8.30 a.m., some very heavy falls of rain were regis tered in the upper north; Melrose report^ ing 340 points, Wilmington 22D, Auburn 171, and Clare 148 points. Over the rest of the State the falls were lighfto' mode rate, and general south of Beltana. The afternoon country reports show that fine weather was general over the northern districts, though " mostly cloudy, but that light showers were falling in the south-east. The 9 sum. inter-State repprts were incomplete mowing to thS"iflterrup lion of the telegraph lines between this State and Victoria, but those to hand show that rain still continues to fail...

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A ROUGH TIME FOR THE KETCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

A ROUGH TIME FOR THE KETCHES. Sundav's storrn played havoc with the ketches on the South Australian coast. The Lulu, ■which is owned by Capt. D. Williams, is reported as hav ing: gone aground in Wool Bay, where she had sailed to load a cargo lor Port Adelaide. At Port Victoria the B rough ton took the shore, the anchor failing to hold. * She was in charge of her owner (Capt. S. Carver), and was engaged in lightering vhea'.. In both cases it is anticipated that the craft will'- be got off- tlie shore wi-hout injury. The Dashing Wave >et an ex cellent example by permitting herself to be refloated off Torrens Island and towed into port.

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