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How OLD-AGE PENSIONS. BEGAN TO BE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

sm QE&-ASE PENSIONS. BEGAN TO BE, ~ttl£n^Qlr4"-tboaunct-ifiifts and wil«, look herol See oub djUgblttmrd conscience put in p&wa ^To win a wo rid" Re ihe obedient sphere By bravery^ampJe gravitation- drawn 1 —Lowell, This Book, Just issued Iiotf from the press, describing one of the .latestphases . of the social evolution Of the twentieth cestui?, reads as if it had beeti written by one of the authors of the Pentateuch. No volume more disithctively Hebraic in. its essence has come before us for many a long day. It carries us back to the days of the Commonwealth, when soldiers and statesmen talked more of ■ the outstretched I aim of the Lord than of the wirepullers of the Caucus or the chances of a general election. "How Old-Age Pensions -Began to Be" might ■ be described as a modern book of Gene sis, in which the quaint simplicity of the Mosaic narrative is suffused with' the mysfciSfiSn of the opening chapters of the Gospei bf St.- John. Here is a chronicler who, in ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TRANSFORMATION OF MOTORMAN X. ("The Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

TRANSFORMATION MOTORMAN -X. ("The Daily Herald" Special.) Motorman X. had been known as- the most casual, not to say erratic, driver on the Goodwood horse cars. He held the record both for the slowest time into town, on a first trip for the day and the fastest speed out of town on the last trip at night. This dual distinction pleased him, and he was wont to refer with pride to the achievement. But, despite his de plorable lack of consistency, there was something in the eharactet of the man that appealed to bis employers, and the consequence was that the "word "sack" had never been mentioned to him with a personal application. He was not with out ambition, and long before the first sod in the new electric system was turned he had said to his wife— "It's up to me to keep my eyes open for a job as motonnan." "I hope you get it," she remarked; "you will have such a lovely uiliform, tbey say." J t Almost unconsciously Mr. X's hand sought bis rather handsome moustache, and his fingers gav...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

Amusements. WEST'S OLYMPIA. Under Direction .... — — . ^ .... ^ Mr. T. X. West; o&al, ex*mTORTABt-E, caMwowotss. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK, oB*E!L WESTS PICTURES. cbfe!L The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Assisted by L.De Groen's Vice-Segai Orchestra. WesPs Popt4ar Prices—2,', t/6, 1/, ami 6d. . Children Half-price to all parts except Gallery. Bprpfcm and. Day Sale at Dtthst & Bivcn's. Pit 1^0 MABSH, Manager. S.A. AMATEUR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION, NATATION. CITY BATHS, TO-NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK. Champions from all Districts; Ifl Lady Swimmers; 26 Events. Fancy Dress; Diving; Lifesaving; and Handicap; Teams Eace, Champion ship; 500 Yards (Race; Diminishing Discs. Misses PLor.:e K r.wkes, K. Farrelly, and 10 others. Admission, 2] and 1/. A. E. KKN~N"EY, "Hon. Secretary. Business Notices. (Don't Walk or Car it, I RIDE A BIKE. | Of course, the best Bicycle to buy is the "LEWIS." They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

The Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote for Story, Guthrie,* McGregor THE LABOR CANDIDATES. Authorised by -E. BtandeU, Trades Hall. i

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE HON. R. BUTLER AND THE LABOR PARTY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

-IHE HOK. E. BUTLER ANj> THE LABOR PAfiTY. To the Editor. Sit—I read with interest the letters of Messrs. Crawford Viiughan and W. J Benny in reply to the statements the Acting Premier <Mr. Butler) is reported to have made at Smithfield. Methinksthe hon. gentleman should prove his sincere belief in his own inadequate taxation proposals ere he presumes to even criti cise—much less wilfully distort—thoseof another party. Already the Ministerial pusillanimity is displayed, for on the first public breath of opposition from certain Conservatives, Mr. Butler has practically said, "Thenj's my opinions now, gentlemen, but I can easily change: 'em." Recently the Acting ' Premier stated that the electors of Mt. Gambler took his policy like "sucking doves." It will require more than the gullibility of "sucking" doves to accept his statements on iinance. The facts of the case are that Mr. Butler and bis Government are in a difficulty, as all such politicians must be; for they lack...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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"THE THEOLOGY OF THE FUTURE." ADDRESS BY REV. DR. BEVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

".r ~ : y r "THE THEOLOGY' OF THE FDTUBE." |£~£* i33»e Bev. Dr.■ Bevan, who had been ap-i ' pointed' principal of the New Parkin] ^^GohgKgatioaal College, was formally in -1 " dacted into office at the Stow Me'-] • siorial,Ohulch last night. He gave, an J v -. niatJgui'al addfcess -on the subject, The; Iheolagy'of the FuMine* which was list ^Br^^ed to 'VTth pleasure and. pxofif"i)y the audience-: },• y' • '• \ Baidthe duties of a minister Sj^apt waly reqii^fed persoiiai. jiffs and fit tlifoe was an intellectual train pf-SSfig vbicti the growing necessities of the Sf; ;age more and ' more. - demanded. The ||2?inere aulhority of thft- Christian oBice f'V'teia arniosi iiisiopeijed, ana. eren ^p to -jcripiuTc oi to lb.2 Symbols and .""•^cieedS of the Church were no longer re ■:-:e;xeived"as the foundation, fox the message s..; Vr(iicli ihe 'minister, proclaimed. Xruiu V iiiiiist he so presented -that to refuse it :'_'. '-y>as unreasonable, and "in Addition to all :' iofi lilu^Mcc^ •-...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

i TO CORRESPONDENTS. "An, & rdcf.i fcopi orier." Wallaroo.'— We will obtain the information you re quire. "W. H..*' Burra.—Thanks for good wishes and promises of assistance. Your suggestion, liovvover. tliat we should send a dozen or two copies of "Tbe Dailr Herald" to every eiector in South Aus tralia is too big a contract for us to undertake. Hope you '.vill succecd in your efforts to return 3Ir. Kewland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE VE PBRfFfES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AND C1VES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AMD GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. . Maajr-cf the mostserions nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from Jack of care to keep the .stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, cansed oy effete matier fermenting in the ostur&l <iigestive channels. The whole system becomes saturated with ■ poisonous properties, and on? of the several vital organs of the body; * gives way. Thai we have the anaemic, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women who a few weeks, before appeared equal to 20 vears' life. How many men and women in Melbourne bare gone with the old year becsose of. neglect. Which has introduced and aided the disease which killed? . And spit is the plain duty of all men or women to keqp this great nerve an...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

Government Notices. jQOVERNHEXT liBOE BCEEAD. , , "Somber ol Persons unemployed vho tuvc dajing. the past week Central Bureaulaborers, 67Youths, 7; Compositors, "■ T; Painters, 3;-Strikers, 3; Carpenters, 2; Fit* v ; 2^ Miscellaneous, 11, ■'■ 'District Goancfljs, farmers, sod Private Em ployers -coo ubtezD fall information about ibese ;. Aen by spraying to this' Office. C. E. OWEN SMYTH. ~~Sapesxateodeut of Public 3a£ldiag8. Public liotlces. . ; s— —; ;—t-—r HCKJCIPAIi-- TRAMWAYS TECST1 X > ADELAIDE. , - TCmEEKSVUIrE, HEKCEF BEAGH, AiiD HIKD ^•OXSCE is Iwrfw thai on and after on "9EDHESD&Y* 9tb Mareivl910, tbe vbtme lanes will "be opened for. Paffienger lwr~<hi> Blfrtrift CarS CSTS TKBSHNUS.irin be VICTORIA SQUARE. *<Qp:5i3p** pMWfiigBri. innst lave^jCaxs at logbt'e tSBCTTOX5 AND Tabes OH THE ELECTRIC SERVICE. BESHFZ BEACH USE. r- .Tictani Sqate toi Wile-End .. M*-] Sfafttaop apd Victoria street .. .. Id-J ffiuteufciUle.. ,, M •« Id., ^fcerroagill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

WORKERS STUDY your own INTERESTS Subscribe to thb DAILY HERALD. at ^ASTI ! THE NEW DAILY HAS ARRIVED I! ARE YOU , A SHAREHOLDER? IF NOT, BECOME ONE AT ONCE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

Funeral Notices. /"1OODCEB.—The FRIENDS o£ the late Mr-. U SAIUH GOODGER (Brown) are .-cspectfullv uvtarmetf that her FUNERAL will J^eave the Re sidence of hor Son (Sir. Arthur Brown), Thoau* etrcel, <_'n>ydon. en THX3KSDA.Y, at. 32 noon, io. the A«feLiidc Railway Station, for Gftwler, leaving: iiawler <*n arrival «f 1-20 n.m- I rain or tiie W»U*£ ton iVinetery. It. 'J'. KALLMANN d SOXS, r„ . , , TAxLOR & FOKGm Lndertatws. THE FJtlKKDS oi Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. Mcl^fEENEY, of Augas street, are respect fully informed that the REMAINS of their late iuiank UAUGHTKR (Kose) were Interred on . Tuesdav. March 8, in the. Catholic Cemetery, West. terrace. R. T. WALLMAKN & SONS. Undertakers. SEKAI*AC5-—Tlr> FKTEXBS of tbc late Mrs. CATKERIXF BKKAWCK are respectfully in formed tfttfc ber »"* —^ »«at. will l^ea,ve her ?atg Residence* Sewejith avesac, St. peteiE, THIS DAT» .at ZSG p.til lor the West Terrace Cesne-! GEO K. TTOUTSEE nsdsz^r£r% &c., H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

Business Notices. HARRY LYONS. 1 FOB PATNTIXG, PAPERHAN'GOiG, SIGX WR1TIKG, CARPENTERING, AND PLUMBING. ESTJMATES FKEE* HARRY LYONS. KING WILLIAM STREET S. . Telephone 1031. LION BREWING GO. BEST ALES AND STOUT, and all TONIC ALES in all Hotels. Try our SNOW Y. Try our GINGER STOUX Try our FBtJITEX. Try our LEMONADE. .. You wfll lika them all. professional. ' L, j J. C. PARTRIDGE, A.I.AS A, <LATE ACCOUNTCAXT TO JCesflrs. BAEBWELL, .... r Slow, -& PIPER. ACCOUNTANT AND ESTATE AGENT, Ko. 8 (2nd Floor), BOWMAN'S BUlLDrNGS, ' KTKG WILLIAM STRKBT, ADELAIDE. Telephone 2207. CHA6. M. MLTRHFATV Barrister And Solicitor, •has Removed to BOWMAN'S BUILDINGS, King "William street, Adelaide, Dressmaking and sjmiijery school, is Chancery^ lane, near Fire Brigade.—Hals and Gowns made rhile learning:; thorough tuition; given by Rinjrilfied method i"New Langear")- Miss LawraDce,. Isfc Ladies* Exten sion Collet, and Methodist College, "Wayrille. • • - . 70&5 j . Persons Want...

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CO-OPERATIVE SETTLEMENT. 1100 ACRES PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

GO-OPERATIVE SETTLEMENT. 1100 ACRES PURCHASER The Closer Settlement Board has proved the purchase of 1300 acies .Allendale for local ianajers to settle the cooperative system.

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CAPTAIN SMITH INJURED. ARM WRENCHED. SYDNEY, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

CAPTAIN SMITH JXJLTRED. ARM WKEXCHED. SYDNEY, March 9. As the Currajong sank last night Cap-j fein Smith took tbe wheel and told the/ steersman to lok after himself. In at tempting to steer the foundering vessel! the captain's arm was badly wrenched. J

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WYREEMA-CUERAJONG COLLISION. WYREEMA TEMPORARILY REPAIRED. PRELIMINARY ENQUIRY. DEAD SEAMAN PICKED UP. SYDNEY, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

\TYEEEMA-CUERAJOXG COLLISION, WYREEMA TEMPORARILY BE- ! PAIRED. PI1ELIMISABY ENQUIRY. ! DEAD SEAMAN PICKED CP, ^ SYDNEY. March a. Captain Mca.buxii, o£ the Wyreema,: wbicu collided "with the Currajong, says | that it appeared u> bilii t ti at tlx: latter was . end.„vormg if clear a sailing yes-H scl. In doing, so she j;ot into the Wy reeuia's water, and in endeavoring to get I back' again crossed ner bow and Drought! about '.he collision Captain Meabum lias written a report of tne accident, and torwarded it to the owners ot the vess 1- instructions have been issued that ! lie report is not to be given to the press. Vi hen ilia Wyfleeraa returned to Neutral Bay an inspection was made of the ves sels which reveaJed that there were several holes in the starboard bow. The largest ot these, -which is not- 12 inches in diameter, was about 5 ft. above the waistline, and ihe others were nearer the stem and higher up. Temporary plates were put, over these during the night, and alter a sma...

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FACTORY GIRL IMMIGRANTS. WOMEN WORKEES PROTEST. ENTHUSIASTIC MASS MEETINGS. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

FACTORY GIRL IMMIGRANTS. WOMEN WORKEES PROTEST. . E>~THU£IASTIC MASS MEETINGS. MELBOIJEKE, March 9: .An enthusiastic mass meeting of women workers at the Temperance Hall to-night protested against the proposal to bring out 1000 girls from England for employment in factories. A resolution was--passed condemning the proposal jas; ^detrimental to the interests of the female ■ workers A "number of politicians, supported the resolution, an d the meeting decided to send a copy of the resolution to the Bri tish liabor Party. . v 1

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AUSTRALASIAN DREADNOUGHTS. USE IN METROPOLITAN WATERS. MINISTER REFUSES TO REPLY. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

AUSTRALASIAN DREADNOUGHTS, USE IX METROPOLITAN TVATEBS. MINISTER KEFUSESTG BEPLY. i ' LONDON, March 9. In the HouSe of Commons yesterday the "First Lord of, the Admiralty was asked \ hether hci Australasian Dread noughts when buzlo would bo considered; by the ^Imiralty as available for war ser vice in metropolitan waters. Mr. McJvenna refused to reply, on the ground that the question *was hypotheti cal- .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

A LETTER TO SUPPORTERS OF "THE HERALD." 52 and 54 Hindley St., \ Adelaide. ' Ladies and Gentlemen— We congratulate you upon your enter prise in establishing "The Daily Herald." We trust that your efforts will meet \ritli everybody's approval, that the paper will — be in every way a success. In fact, we -, hope it will be equally as popular as "Our •Famous Low Prices" are, frpjn.which we have gained 6ur reputation. When we speak of "Low Prices" we. -mean, not merely. ."l/ow Prices," but'ihe Lowest Prices for the "Best Articles," and we feel confident .that through the' agency of "The Daily Herald" our "'Famous Lou Prices" will he more popular and wide known.Than ever. __ . Again wishing you every success and awaiting your orders, which we can as sure yem will receive our best attention, .We arc, .... Tours faithfully, JAMES SMITH & CO., General IDrapers, Eootmen, &c. From the Proprietors of 44 The Famous Low*-Priced Stores."

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MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF SCHOOL CHILDBEX. " Dr. Sogers 6tated on Wednesday that iy the medical inspection of school children - that'hc began some mouths ago was now nearing completion, and his report would be ready soon. Dr. Sogers visited about 40 different schools in the State,' and examined children selected from * each v school- The ages of those examined varied from seven to 14 years. The schools visited ranged from as far north as heigh Creek to Tareena in the south. ■ Over 1030 children ivere (dealt with. The ; doctor said—"I think I will be weTTquali fied io pass any examination Is decimals ; and vulgar fractions alter my task is finished.". He is confident that lie will complete his report in April, 12 months from the time he began his round of in spection. It may be interesting to note that in Freiburg (Germany) the municipality has established a free dental clinic, where not only the teeth of children axe care j fully treated, but instruction is imparted to the children in-...

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RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. WHEAT MERCHANTS' VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. WHEAT MERCHANTS' VIEWS* The remarks published in "The Dailtf Herald" on Tuesday, under the heading of "Scarcity of Railway Trucks," was referred to in grain circles yesterday, and from opinions ex pressed the strictures passed on tha. railway authorities were by no means tm warraiited. Wheat merchants on the whole have for a long time been very long suffering, ahd with the exception "of an occasional protest to the railway authori" ties have not unduly worried them, re cognising the desir® of the authorities to do the best they could, with the by no means adequate facilities at their command. But the exceptional rainfall of the past few Jays, bringing home as it does to the merchant the prospective loss he will be called upon to suffer through damage to his wheat, damage which to a large extent be ha^ not been ' in a position to guard against, ha? brought the matter to a bead, and 'mer chants are now actively taking steps to provide against the inconveniences, th...

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