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ENTERTAINMENTS. WEST'S [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

Xheji the Olynijpia^t but wiil< n3 "" from : urday's inatu „ _ __ ,. reiurned^by^i&e:OtEan£p^pra a "Visit - tt>' London,"brought wittfbim two' films ileal— ing with the disastrous Goods in-Paris.: Another-fine picture, which, will also ba -shown next Saturday afternoon,' is «n* titled Custer's Last Standi v,>Np ipront in American history,ever ereaiaSlsuchUni versal . sorrow as did ^he^-Guster mas-v sacreoh the Littie I Big "Horn. Generalf Gettrge 'jiifn^ong -jCiiSter 'was. a soldier, . andbravery, and . the'flj^ac^&fii^^me :to, believe him . almfost injrinSStolfi. news; of his de feat and the jfnnfhilafcifin ofhia command/ reached the public as a shock. The gai lari^ Seventh, -a^crfvairy regiment with an. untMrpighfed reputation, had marched away from Fort Lincoln io put downthe rebelliotetSioux, wlid were led by Chiefs "Gal^yi^Ameriean Horse," "Sitting ... Bulli" aad4tS^in in the ISaee.*^- •- Ifti one / real&eo'thejSHiditioiis fchestiogps we...

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

AN ANOMALOVS POSITION. \esteraay a. billiard saloon proprie-; tor applied to ihc annual mccLing ol the Licensing ticneb lor permission 10 have Jii.-> Jicensc rcmovea Iroui unt site to another. When the cas; vat called on the "KnigliL of tnc cue" put in an appearancc to support his appli cation, but he was inlc/mcd lhat the Jjencli was not competent to deal with it st that meeting, and thai a fresh application would have to be madt, to a quarterly meeting. Apparently Luclias axiom ,_"the whole is greater than its part,' is not corrcct so lai ae- the Adelaide Licensing Bench is concerned. It seetnt au aDsurd thing that a tribunal cannot deal with a mat ter ai its uiajor sessions when it is the same thiug at a minor meeting.

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

"A CORNER IX* WHEAT." | At West's Olympia'a stirring picto rial drama is being_ presented which nas not failed to affect strongly the large audiences. It is entitled "A Cor ner in Wheat," and its scencs are laid on a wheat farm, in a financier's office, in a wheat exchange, in a wheat cleva tor, and at the counter of a oaker's shop. From the poor toilers sowiqg with difficulty the golden grain, not knowing but what they will obtain but a scanty return, the audience are taken to the great financier arranging/ and planning as to bow he shall get con trol of the wheat supply. He goes into the wheafr pit, which presents a scene of turmoil and uproar, and bulls the market for all he is worth. His plans are successful, and the world's wheat supply is at his mercy. For his busi ness acumen he is lauded to the skies by bis friends, but a sharp contrast to the gaiety and luxdrv surrounding him is provided by the scenes at the baker' shop, where starved men, wo men, and children find they mu=...

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

A CONSIDERATE FARMER. In a south-eastern agricultural dis trict dissatisfaction was manifested by the workers on the thresher as to the rate of pay. The owner of the plant would not agree to the request for higher wages, and expressed his inten tion of '"pulling out" from the job, and laying the machinery up. The owner of the stack asked what the in crease asked meant per hundred bus hels. "About two shillings," said the employer. "Well," replied the farmer, "charge mc the difference, aDd pass it on to the men," and .the trouble was ended. Appointments as follows were yester day made by the Executive Council: —Messrs. E. A. Loveday and N. W. Pethick, Government surveyors, to be inspectors and valuers under the ad vances to Settlers on Crown Lands Act; Mr. T. R. Scarfe, to be a mem ber of the Board of Governors of the Botanical Gardens, vice Mr. S. J. Mitchell, resigned; Mr. J. V. Lord, of Oakvale, to be a member of the Oakbank Vermin. Fence District Board; Mr.. G. Watts, of Iron Kno...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEEP DRAINAGE AT MILE-END. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

DEEP DRAINAGE AT MILE-END. Few subjects are so interesting to residents of Mile-End as the progress of laying deep-drainage in the su burb. It is many years since a pro posal was first mooted to have a spe cial system of sewerage, and, in fact, some time ago the ratepayers, at a special poll, decided to adopt a scheme submitted by the Hydraulic Engineer, which provided for a pump ing station at Cowandilla—the first in the metropolitan drainage system. The water service had to be consider ably augmented, and a new reticula tion scheme for Mile-End and Tor rensville had to be undertaken. The work _ was quickly proceeded with after it was put in hand, and in con nection with that and also with the manner in which the sewers have been laid in West Adelaide and Mile-End the Waterworks and Sewers Depart ment is deserving of high commenda tion. Residents have noted with plea sure the good progress being made, asnd many have been led to antici ate that the department will soon be ready to c...

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

MORE ELECTRIC TRAM ROUTES. i o-aay tne last two routes or tne inner circle of electric tramways will be opened to traffic. Thebarton and Hindmarsh have waited so long for a decent tram service that the municipal function which will hail the cars will by no means be the only sign of satisfaction in the district. The guests at the official opcfciing will be necessarily limited, and invitations have been issued only to present and past members of the councils and pub ic officials. Special horse cars will be run,from Torrensville and Hind marsh, and reach the city terminus at 2.50. The electric cars which will con vey the party will leave .North terrace ai 3 o'clock, and run right through to Henley Beach, back to the Hindmarsh terminus, and thence to Milner street, whence the guests will walk to the town hall, where refreshments will be pro vided by the Mayors of HindmarsH and Thebarton. It will be impossible, after the recent wet weather, to use the oval for the reception, . as was in ...

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

"THE DAILY HERALD" DELIVERY. The manager of "ihe Daily herald will be obliged, if subscribers and .others notify him of non-delivery of the pappr. Attempted interference with runners has come under , the notice of the management, and on receipt of definite information decisive steps will be taken to bring the offenders to book.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MELBOURNE EXPRESS HELD UP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE MELBOURNE EXPRESS HELD UP. The heavy rams experienced ir. all parts of Australia were responsible for the express from Melbourne arriving in Adelaide an hour and 20 minutes late on Tuesday morning'. The rivers be tween Stawcll and Murtoa were con siderably swollen, and where the heavy floods occurred some months apo it was feared" that the embank^ ments would again break away. A pilot engine was sent ahead of the ex press to test the lines and the bridges, and until the pilot engine driver re ported "All's well" it was inadvisable for the Adelaide train to leave.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. ADDRESS BY MR. HUGHES. THE LABOR PARTY'S INTENTIONS. "TO CRUSH LAND MONOPOLY." SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. ADDRESS BY MR. HUGffiS. . . THE LIBOR PARTY'S INTENTIONS. "TO CRUSH , LAND MONOPOLY.'" SYDNEY. Tuesdav. Mr. W. M. Hughes delivered the -second address of his campaign last night.. ■ The crowd numbered 4000. Mr. HngheS sai<f that they might-ransack the-political his-; lory of- the world and not find a record equal to .that of the Australian- -Labor Party' for steady and continuous appreciation. The people concerned in the Labor Party represented to-day, as they had always, tie democratic interests of the country. fi>r -i±te first iime_the opponents ofLabor were-i&one-camp. - " With a decreased ■ revenue the Federal Government would have to keep on pay ing 25/ a ifead; per annum lo-.the State. The cost'of governing the people was in preasing year by year, and the Federal Government had .to pay old-age -pensions and on a more generous basis than was observed by the States. (Cheers.) It was the intention of the Labor Party to further liberalise th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEST END MYSTERY. DEATH IN AN HOTEL. HOW WAS THE MAN INJURED? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

WEST END MYSTERY. JpEATH IX AX HOTEL. HOW WAS THE MAX INJURED ? The City Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith) Heiu an enquiry at the Adelaioe Police Court on iuebday into the circumstances surrounding uie aeaifl of Jonn aurgess,. wno-uas ioUna acj.a on fcunaay morn ing. ConsiaDie Yvaisn appeared for the police. ! ittaggic Hart said she was a married woman. Until a few days ago she was living in Eliza street. fcUe^saw the do ay of deceased at the hotel on Sunday, morning. ^ The man's name was John Burgees; he was a mail-driver, and was 5& years old, and until three months ago he lived al iruiammcka. Witness had known deceased for three years. Since last Wednesday he was staying at the White Conduit-Hotel, and witness was also staying there. About half-past 10 on Saturday night deceased'was having a little jollification in the parlor with soma friends. The jollification ended about> half-past 10, and then two men took de-. ceased to bed. Witness "went out to the back, and deceased se...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GAWLER ACCEPTANCES. Run March 12. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

GAWLER ACCEPTANCES. Run March 12. HAiTOCAP HUEDfcE RACE, Two miles. eUb. st !b. Bright Mist _10 9 Warrior 9 3 Hotspur .. •« 10 7 Cameron. 9 3 Seclusion .. i. — 10 7 £ufus 9 2 Yudnapinna 10 0 Young Enfield. ..9 0 Spoonful ^ ^ $ 10 DestiJie 9 0 Decoy.. M _ 9 5 Easter Gift _ _ 9 0 SL Andrew ,...9 5 HANDICAP TRIAL TAKES, Seven furiongs. \ Lord Koran 9 0 Kilts .. w J. w. 7 5 The Tinman M ,. 8 12 Sarcastic — — ^74 Baxter .. w 8 10 Gaslight — _ — 7 4 Arcturus 8 ? Flavcria ••••••7 3 Leap Year^ ♦.•.8 4 Steelbone . 7 2, Ropara.. ...... 8 4 Yitoria.. M M ». 7 0 Celerity.. .. .. 8 2 A.L.T — *. 7 0 St. Leonard .. .. 7 12'Mvstic Maid:. — 70 Brookton ....... 7 10 Battle Bridge. 7 0 Bliss Florence •• 7 0 Tradesman. M 7 0 Xoorinc 7 5 MODERN ATHENS HAXDICAT. One and a quarter wiilps. Carlton ^ M 8 2 Kismet 11. «• — 7 9 Ellerstene n. « 8 0 Fastness .. M •. 6 12 Monte Matto _ 7 9 Grey J)awn 1 - 6 7 Workmaster ..,.7 0 Irish Giles *.*.6 7 CORINTHIAN'' HANDICAP. One mile. ancelot „ U 7 St. Andrew 9 9 Hots...

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TO-DAY'S MOONEE VALLEY PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

TO-DAY'S MOONTSE VAL.LEY PROGRAMME. Handicap Hurdle Race, turn miles.—Wattle, Vale, 11 st. 2 lb.; The Gaol, 10.9; Favorite, 10.7;! PcnciL, 9.5; May Dawn, Tire Bard, SJS; Glencoc, Solitarram, ?.fl. Trial Handicap, five Inrlongs.—The Frenchman, 9 st. 13 lb.; Graftonefefce, 9.TJ; Naradhsn, 8.12; Seraph lie, 8.0; Glasgow, 8.4; Bomb, 8.0; Lorenzo, Xarley. 7.12; Bonnie Kate, Ko, 7.10; Miss Gun ning, 7.8; Mary Campbell, 7.6; Northland, Car ron, 7.2; Muulcitti, 7.0: Orona, Quinn, 0.12; Knsj Luid. Preoval. 6.9; Silver SLraod, Wild Holly, lady Pcuijip, Wiridgil, 6.7. March Plate, six furlongs.—Kgatuuhor1, 9 St. 3 lb.; JIaoo. 9.1; Tim Frenchman, 8.12; Herri Mond. 8.9; Wfli-ila, 8.7; lianowjia, 8.5-; SpiimrBd, i 8,1; Oirjp. 7.12; Ring, Grafto«»efcte. 7.8; Belle S?brric!it, 7.G; Ballenger. Mnrm-h, 7.1; Goutei, 6.12; It ye Grass, 6.10; Imprint, Ney, Careful, Waihukii. Bomb, 0-8. March Purse, six furlongs.—Batttesmoke, 9 sL Melrew. 8.13; Nor ley. 8J1: A.B.. 8.9; Regebel, 8A: Mentcith, Kcrmedy. 8.2...

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WRESTLING MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

WTiTCSTTxTer: MF!T.RnnR>TR 1K»nh R Horace Prime, a South Australian light and middle-weight champion wrestler, has j lodged a deposit of £10 for a match with j Dick Porter, of Victoria, for the middle- j weight wrestling championship of Austra

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CASE OF JOHN ROBINS. AN UNSUCCESSFUL PETITION. LAW MUSTTAKE ITS COURSE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

THE CASE OF JOHN ROBINS. AN UNSUCCESSFUL PETITION. %A¥ MUSTTAKE ITS COUBSE! '"When, the juiy tvho tried John Bobins ior-the nrarder of Hobert OwnsworUi on Cbirstmas Eve in Moonta street, Ade . .. TprOTnm°T?^«rt him to mercy it wns felt by many who abhor capital pnuisb lixint thai a petition, if numerously eignodjinjght be the means of saving the " • condemned man from the gsllowsC Meet . ingswere held, and about 2,000 signa tures, including those of the prisoner," his brothers, and the .jury, were ob tained. The petition was. presented to SheChief Secretary, and at the Breeu tiyc Council. meeting yesterday earnest . «onEfdei3tion -was given the matter. . . VHie-Meath fentence- having .been passed oa February 16, and it b£iiig provided < bj\ regulation that executions must taVc "Jdace on the tw=enry^eigiith day from the -Sentence,, the Council bad todecide*vrhe >iiier -Bobins' would or vrouM not. be bagged on March 16. The decision they " beanie'Jo was;—"These is no rea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. AUSTRALIA. V. OTAGO. AUSTRALIA WINS BY TEN WICKETS. DUNEDIN, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CRICKET. AUSTRALIA. V. OTAGO. AUSTRALIA WINS BY TEN WICKETS; DUNEDLN, March 8. The cricket match, Australia v. Otago, was continued at,' Duaedin (N.Z.) to-day in fine weather. Otago, in the second innings, made 120, to which Macartney contributed 45. Emery secured 5 wickets for 20. Australia, in the second minings, put up 89 for no wickets; Bardsley being re sponsible for 56 not out, and Mavno for 40 not out. The final scores were:— OTAGO. First innings .. _, _ _ jss Second innings . „ 120 .. Total 286 AUSTRALIA. First innings _ 1S9 Second innings, none for „ 99 Total 288 Australia thus won by 10 wickets.

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"THE DAILY HERALD." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

"THE DAILY HERALD." To the Editor. Sir—Passing the Exhibition one evening last week on returning from my work, I was handed a card calling attention to the new daily paper to be published next week. I was quite pleased with the card,! good paper, good print, -and good design, and miles ahead of the usual stuff gene rally distributed to the public. If the pretty and original card is any indication of what the newspaper will be I tlunk success is assured, and you will smile a big smile. The workers of this city are badly in need of an open column, where our letters will not get too heavy a cut with the editorial knife. Wisliibtr you every good wish.— I am, &c.. I THE GIBIj WITH THE GUN ON HER SHOULDER. An honored guest at most of the Lon don hospitals is a tall, slim man. with a thin face, who has to move about with extreme care, because if he happened to fall down he might break in several places. A violent fall would be disas trous to him. He is suffering from a rare and pai...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SWIMMING. TO-NIGHT'S AMATEUR CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

SWIMMING. TO-NIGHT'S AMATECR CABX1VAL. The inclement weather which pre vailed on Saturday prevented the A ma. teur Swimming Association carrying out its proposed programme at the Gienelg Baths, and the meeting was accordingly postponed. The events, however, v.iil be decided to-night at the City Baths, and it is hoped the association will meet with the full support of swimming en thusiasts. An exciting programme is promised by the committee, one of the chief events being the attempt of H. Eaton to establish a standard record over 100 yards for the State.

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CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

CO-OPEBATIVE SOCIETY. The half-yearly general meeting of the Adelaide Co-operative Society will be held in the Cp-operative . Hall, Angas street, (o-morrow evening. The presi dent's report states:—"The society has experienced a successful* haltjrear, t,hg trade being a substantial increase on that of the corresponding previousjperiod. The satisfactory state of the business in dicated that, the popularity of the society is still growings The fine new builfling adjacent to those no>v occupied by ihe society, and which was expected would be ready for occupation before now, was unfortunately unfinished, and it would be some weeks before it would -be pos sible to evacuate the premises that have' been in use for so long. Ths fittings in the new building will include ,the latest methods of electric lighting, lifts, and power, and the comfort of both cus tomers and employes is assured. " The disposal of profits for the past half-year will be an important, item in the business to-morrow n...

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

OUR MAXUFAPUBEBS. QUINQUENNIAL. EXHIBITION. Yesterday the Exhibtion1-Buildings and its approaches were the scene of activity!' A -number of the firms"ivho have taken up.. portions of these !bui3dings for the forthcoming exhibition of .ihe South Aus trian Chamber -of .Manufacturers, had already hegun to erect their stalls and construct the buildings fbr their ex hibits.- The last exhibition held under the auspices of the -South Australian Chamber of Manufactures five years ago was described as an'unprecedented suc cess, and from the present outlook this year's display should even exceed that of 1905. A greater number of exhibits will be presented, and <much more space will be required. The secretary {Mr. H. E. Winterbottom) st^testthat an. addi tional BO,030 square feet ofigrcrand. space will be available, or a total ct 116,000 ft. The object of the Chamber of Manufac tures is "To promote..tne development of South. Australian manufactures and products," and' it seems appro...

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MEDIATION REFUSED. SHAMEFUL TREATMENT OF THE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 9 March 1910

MEDIATION EEFCSED. SHAMEFUL TREATMENT OF THE HEX. The northern proprietors baPc sent a letteT to Jndge Seholes to the effect that so far as the proprietors are concerned negotiations for the settlement of the strike are at an end. The men can go back to work, but the proprietors refuse to accept the mediation of a third party. The . members of the miners' executive state that the proprietors have treated them shamefully in refusing to state how many engine drivers they decline to re employ. The miners wanted no man dismissed, but merely required the names of the marked men,"so"as to know their position in regard to maintaining their families. At tlte meeting of the j Wages Board in connection .with the Goulbuni collieries to-day the Chairman -intimated that not withstanding the power held by the ' Federal Court to restrain the - State Courts, his Court would continue till the I order, for- restraint was received from a higher Court.

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