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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Wednesday, Match 9. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and A. E. Druitt.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
LAW COURTS POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: Wednesday, Match 9. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon,and A. Druitt.) / Six eases of drunkenness were dealt with. Roy Baker, in addition to & charge 6i drun kenness, was, on the information i»f Mr. Powles laud (who appeared for the Hailways Commis sioner), charged with having used abusive langunge on tbe platform at- the Adelaide Railway Station on March 8. He pleaded not guilt}-. Three witnesses for the prosecution gave evidence to the contrary, «> that on the first chArgv he wag fined 5/, 2nd on the second £3 10/. George Baker, who was in the company of the previous defendant at the time of the occurrence, appeared on similar charges. On pleading guilty he was fined 5/ on the aret, and £2 10/ on the second charge.
COMPLIMENTS TO LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
COMPLIMENTS to labob. "FT. J." writes:—How is this for a com pliment to the Labor Party? (taken from the anti-Labor paper "Lite"):—"We have more Parliaments to the square foot in Australia than any other part of the civilised ■world, and yet we have less in terest even in our own polities than is to be found in any other community within the sweep of the British Empire. One class, it is true, is free from that re proach. The Labor Party tafces politics I seriously. It hoped lo realise all its class ideals through the ballot box. Poli tics for the unions means not only shorter hours and higher wages, but class supremacy, and the business of capturing the Parliaments is pursued with a method, a thoroughness, and an industry which, in themselves, are nothing short of admirable. If every class in Austra lia and Sew Zealand expended upon pub lic a&airs the intelligence, • and the organised and tireless energy which the Labor Party devotes to that business, Australasian politics w...
TRADES' SOCIETIES. COACHBUILDERS SOCIEIY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
TRADES' SOCIETIES. rnifFiBOLDERS' socrerr. Friday, March c.—One new member was Admit*, ted tad by clearance from New South Wal.-* Correspondence was received from the Trades and labor Council with respect to the Bakers' Drivers' Socictv. and a resolution was carried pledging- the society to'accede to their request that iho driver? of bakers* carts calling at the homes of the members ' be asked if they are members of the Bakers' Drivers' Socicty. Cor.es jx.jjd^;icc from members in • the country w.»s deftlt with, and the matter of opening up branches in the country was discu*: d and de fi rretl for fmure consideration. Keports from the trustees, banner committee, (delegate? to Trades and Labor Council and Juted Labo» ParJv wpre r^reivcii. ■ Matters in connection wifh trad*> were discussed, and »wp notices of motion tabled for next meeting. Richard Withers died at Great Rol brig'ni, Oxfordshire, at the age of 104 years. The province o! British Columbia, Canada, has a liw upon its st...
UNITED LABOR PARTY. Adelaide, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
UX1TED LA.BOB. PARTY. Adelaide, March'7. A meeting of the Women's branch of the Uni ted Labor Party, Port Adelaide, was hold in rtie Working Man's Hall, Dale street, on Thurs day, March 3. There was a splendid attendant*, and four members were enrolled. Murii pleasure was cxpres?«i at the success of the Adelaide continental. It was decided that the cottage meetings should be recommenced. Onr next met; nj» wiP be hold in the same hall on Tharsday. March 17. AlJ members are spe cially requested to attend. —
DISTRICT COUNCILS. MITCHAM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
DISTRICT COUNCILS. MITCHA3J ! Council meeting beld llArch 7. Present— Councillors Latter (cbair), Winn, Curtis. Bradey, Wexnyss, 5tci>onald, and Wrigbto t. Councillor Bradcy reported having attcnd cd the meeting of the Local /Government Association. Letter ' received from Chief Engi neer of the Tramways Trust offering- i« tranefo a strip of their land 24 ft. vide in order to widen Finlayeon'e road, provided the council would make and maintain the same; oiler to be accopred. Order f enclose certain roads near Sleep's Hill f>uarry "Wp signed and sealed. Street in West • Mitcham, near the second rail way crossing, was, in response to a* request, named Eli t&lt;treni. Clerk granted one ueek> leave of absence. Jleesrs. It. Spider's and John Sterry's requests for culverts opposite their pro perties at Edwardstown and blackwoo.* rcsp ^ tirely were granted, provided owners under take* to.bear the mft of the works. Clerk re ported on works necessary to drain the roads at jun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY BVKMSG, GBOTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENN0N. HYMAJJ. & LENNON. • NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. NIGHTLY INTRODUCING 20 ACKNOWLEDGE^ ARTISTS. 20. Unparalleled Success o£ our Imported Artists, OROTTON BROS. Our Special Fe&fcare—New IHoving Pictures by. the Great MIQRAMA Regolar Empire Prices—2/, 1/, and 6d> Bosplan at Buhst & Bivea's; book tup jee, t>n. exxra. ____ Business Notices. The People's Food. 25 Tons Coeoa, — FRY'S, 25 tons, 13 cwt, 1 qr., 24 lb., NOW DUE nr the as. Suffolk, £>.§. Wakool. ,i.r* D. & J. Fowler, Agents. wthf Fredk. Walsh (First class Diploma. as Gutter. London) ^ 116, fiawfer Place, Adelaide. ONLY SOLID MERIT could have made this one of the Largest Tailoring Establishments in the State—catering as we do for men who unfailingly insist upon FASHIONABLE FABRICS, CLEVERLYCUTand F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Wendfs 'Railway' Lever Watch FOR ALL RAILWAY MEN. A Very Strong, Heavy. XickcS. Open-face.Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be ail absolutely Reliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. Just the Watch that every Railway Han ought to have. PRICES— With Botheram Movement .. ... .. £5 With English Movement ... .. «Eo 10/ » With Waltbain Movement .. .. .. £2 15.,' Very few in stock. Order at once before we are sold out, so as to prevent disappointment. Obtainable only from 76 Rar|dfe Wendt's,24-2S- and 28 Street, ADELAIDE. ftVcade.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
. THE DEVELOPMENT AUSTRALIA. On returning, to London from Aus tralia, Mr. Wiii-Crq|bks said to an in terviewer :—"The" potentiaiit'cs , of Australia are greater even than those of Canada, and-that is saying a great deal. What the country wants is people. Fortunes are being, made by! farmers very rapidly, and Australia; must of necessity-be a great field for machinery, because of the limited sup ply of labor. The people have -de clared for a 'White Australia.' That is a question that -will exercise the minds jjf- statesmen at home and in the-.Commonwealth'■■■for a long -time. If a mere haphazard arrangement, is to continue, no man-can foresee what disaster might happen.-- But -if-tht thing is arranged at' home, 'aid' cut there with a kind -.of clear ing house between* them, sp that men may get a guaran tee that the hardships of the pioneer work shall be reduced to a minimum, I think that will go a long way to wards solving the difficulty. Here at home, if our people could "get on the...
SHIPMENTS TO ENGLISH PROVINCIAL PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
SHIPMENTS TO ENGLISH PROVINCIAL PORTS. The acting manager of the Govern ment Produce-Department (Mr. C. F. G. McCann) reports that the informa tion to hand from the Acting- Com mercial Agent is particularly gratify ing regarding the shipment to . the English ■ -provincial ports-, - -Bristol and iJull. At the instigation of Mjr. Nor ton, who .'delivered a series of lectures throughout the State, and who empha sised the absolute necessity for divert ing a portion of- our export outside of the London .markets, 'these, ship ments U'ere arranged - and the' prices realised have been eminently satisfac tory. Although tbe actual price per jb. does- no.t excced London values to any very great extent, still the fact which iMjr." Norton emphasised-^-The - low fate-of dock charges as compared to Lpndon—will not. only give a better return, but will open up fresh avenues for the" distribution' of this, class of product; J •
SUCCESSFUL EXPORT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
SUCCESSFUL EXPORT OF FRUIT. For the first time on record, this year, owing to the energy displayed by the Acting Secretary of Agricul ture (Mr. \\\ L. Summers), as secre tary of the Fruitgrowers' Association, a shipment of duchess-pears was got together for England. Yesterday the acting* manager of the Go vernment Produce Department (Mr. C. F. G, McCann) received a cable message from the Acting Commercial Agent (Mr. G. A. V. Pope), as follows:—"'More than go per ccdt. duchcss pears arrived in marketable condition. Anticipate will average not less than 12/ per case." This, seeing that it is the initial ship ment o£ this class of pear to leave the State, is particularly satisfactory. In cluded in the shipment were also a few cases of plums, and the cable to hand states:—"Plums in perfec' con dition; will average .£1 per case." This shipment was also'got together at the instigation of Mr. Summers, and is likewise the opening of another avenue for a class of fruit which is at a very low...
GROWTH OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
GROWTH OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISE. la his report for 1908, the Coief In spector of tactoiies observes:—'The past year has been a particular!..-' Pros perous one, and the number of w&lt;rr.uli> agriculturists who visited the city froni ume to tinie has materially helped to make .business in foost trades i/niiicu lariy brisk. In a few traces business has been somewhat unsettled, owing probably to inter-State, influences ana the effects of taritt uneasiness. This more particularly applies to the _gn cultural machinery ,. and. imole-nem trade,, and the boot ttadel with regard to which matters have been ra'h~'. un~ settled for some time. Dur-ng "the year - several new. commodious factory , buildings were erected! in the . city and - suburbs, --and the new and- . better appointed workplaces . are'.., .gradually " tak ing the place of the ofd unsuitable structures, which were a source of dissatisfaction both to the occupiers and to -this department^ •hrougii-- the! absence of. ade...
UNSHELTERED HOLDFAST BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
UNSHELTERED HOLDFAST BAY. The members of • the Holdfast Bay Yacht Club and a number ot fisher men are losers by the hurricane that scourged the shore at Glenetg on Sun day night. They say tbat when com ipleted the breakwater will be ol little use against a similar siorm, and ad vocate the dredging of the Patawa longa to about 8 ft. at low water, and the placing of sheetpiling on the sou thern side, so as to form what they maintain would be a perfect harbor. Mr. H. F. Nichols, the Commodore of the Holdfast Bay Club, has thus ex pressed himself on the matter:—"If the Patawalonga scheme were adopted, not only would the yaciits and fishing boats be able to use it, buL the ketches which bring wood to port would go in, and residents of Glenelg woula'get their firewood at least 3/ cheape. than at present. All boat owners would will iingly pay aijjiual fees for the nght to use it, and I cannot understand why the Government do not un.lerlake tbe work." The loss to the yachtsmen and fishermen...
"SUICIDE FOR 9/3." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
"SUICIDE FOR o/V I The seamy side of life depr-ted in the Law Courts daily is frequently filled with serious tales of adversity and misfortune, but it also has its humorous aspects. Yesterday several women resorted to litigation to settle an amount of £i 10], and the diffe rence between the plaintiff's claim# and that agreed to by the defendant was 10/. It was made up on the dif ference between 3/ per week and 3/6 per week rent for twenty «-eeks. The tenant owned a house from which she derived substantial rent, while she oc eupied the bouse of the plaintiff at a lower rent, thus showing a profit. "Oh, that's good business," remarked the S.M. But the climax was reached when it was shown that the tenant had announced her intention of com mitting suicide if she had to pay the disputed 9/3 for life would then not be worth living. "Suicide for 0/3 would be cheap," suggested the S.M., who ordered the tenant to pay £\ q/. She took-her scat at the -back of the Court, ^nd began to pour out h...