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A SOURCE OF REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
A SOURCE OF REVENUE. A Labor candidate, referring to the complaint of State Treasurers mat tbey do not know wcere tixcy wiii get reve nue from if the financial" agreement is not aBirtned at the coming poll says: —How would it do for tbem to . cast their eyes over unused areas along already constructed railway lines, and estimate what would be the difference under closer settlement? To say no tiling of Pinnarco, to which a railway had to be constructed, let tbem. look at Narracoortc, Penola, Kalangadoo, and Glenc«e. At the latter place a branch of the Labor Party numbers quite 100 member's, on land which dice supported a squatter and a few hands. At Calunna (N'.S.W.) a Mr. Somrville paid between three and four pounds per acre in railway freight. In Victoria a grower of-lemons paid £21) in freight on the produce from one and a half acres.
COAL WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
' COAL WANTED. An all-absorbing topic with many seafaring- men—those trading- across the gulf and along the South Austra lian coasts are more paticulaly re ferred to—is the coal strike. Coal is required; coal and still more coai. Officers foregather on he fo'c'sle head, and exchange views# whilst fire men, with many deepsea oaths, couch ed in all the known languages and dia lects, anathematise the fuel they are forced to use through the cessation of coal supplies from Newcastle. The ungainly lumps of stringy bark pur chased by the "old man" as the best steam-producing dement available have been provocative of more pro* fenjty than could be imagined. Even the officers are inconvenienced by tb&lt;> shortage of fuel, and the query ""'How are we to get up a fnl! head of steam on that y" as they point to the heap of wood provided to tide, them over their journey, -is- lond-iu tire-land.
LOCAL OPTION POLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
LOCAL OPTION POLLS The following: regulations dealing with the taking: of local option polls in the various districts have been ap proved by the Executive Council:— "Challenges.—At the taking of,a local option poll—(a) The presiding officer or poll clerk shall put the following question to' each person claii.:»ug to vote:—"Have you already voted here or elsewhere at this local option -poll ?' Unless such person answers ' such question in the negative his olaiirr to vote shall be rejected, tb) The presid ing officer may, and on the . request of a scrutineer shall put all or any of the fallowing questions to any per son claiming lo vote:—i. 'Are you the person whose "name appears on the roll for this polling place?' i. 'Are you of the full age of 21 years?' 3. 'Do. you reside within this local option district*?' If such person ret uses to fully answer any of the above ques tions numbered 1, 2, and 3 respec tively so put to him, or by his an swer shows that he is not entitled to vote, ...
WHAT THEOLOGY SHOULD BE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
WHAT. THEOLOGY SHOULD BE7'| ' In an.itddress last night at (he Stow Memorial Church on the subject The Theology of the Future, -the" Rev. Dr. Bevap, late of Melbourne, wfeo has been, appointed Principal of tSe new .Parkin Congregational College, gave his opinion as to how the minis try should keep, abreast of - th> n.o»,-t ments of modern thought. He s«'d ;— ■'Theology must be a living science, the .queen of' thfe scieDces; but* she must not be dressed jn the fash'in -of a day gone by, nor must she be clothed in a fantastic garment the te-ult ot the bewildered confusion of fanty and sentinient. She must.be staii con scious of her dignity, her higa ' \ oca rion. We must use the instruments of careful science; we must see the facts of life; we, must see humanity through the long process of the years, we must be quick to ,rccognne the reality andv significance of fac*s, and yet not forget 'that the control s,nd interpretation of them is in the ideal 'world. Reverent towards the ■ ^o...
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. DISAPPEARANCE OF £200,000. GOVERNMENT LIQUIDATOR CHAEGED. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
./ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. ! BI5APPEABANCE OF £200,000; GOVERNMENT MQUIDATOE CHAEGED. W ' LONDON", Uaxch 9. , AJlegatione ofan embezzlement of a sensational nature axe reported from Paris, where M. Edmund Ducz, the Go vfeinnient liquidator, has been . charged with appropriating £200,000 from the French Government.. ■ - It is stated that the trime was .commit-, ted at the time when the Government con fiscated the property of the Gatholic ChuTch of ■ France, in which transaction ST. Duez was Iaigely concemtd in his Offi cial capacity.
BATTLESHIP ON FIRE. VESSEL'S WALLS RED HOT. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
BATTLESHIP ON FIRE. VESSEL'S WALLS RED HOT; LONDON, March 9. The recently completed German battle ship Fosen, which is one of the latest Dreadnoughts added lo thfe 'German'2>avy, has Been severely "damaged by fire.- . . . " I*, as believed thai" the" outbreak was stalled* by a lamp explosion,' which set fire "to some woodwork in the. vicinity of the magazine. So fierce"1 vere the flames that the steel walls o£ the vessel becamc I re/1 hoi*
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. tmuuiuumwntB rmHA- Wiin beading must be au thenficated by the came and address of the sender, and trill be inserted at a charge of * two shining? and' sixpence cach. If exceeding five lines, ospenpe per line extra. DEATHS, • KICOLAI.—On the 8th Febnarr, eaddealy, at his residence, near Tanunda, Carl Hermann Nicolai, beloved father of Juliue and Benno Nicolai, aged 56 years 4 months 3 weeks and 2 days.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
TO, BOYS AM) GIBLS. I _ The managgnent of "The Daily Herald" | invite the aid of young Ivabor supporters. A. charming work of art mill be pre sented to ' EACH BOY AMD CIRC 1 who secures a. half-7931 subscription to "The Daily Herald-" ; At tfie end of three months—from March 7—the boy and girl who have se cured the largest number of subscribers will each receive a HANDSOME WATCH as a reward for their industry One picture will be given to every boy and girl who secures even one subscriber. In counting up the number at the end of the quarter a yearly subscription will count two for the total. .
THE CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE CIVIL SERVICE. In a recent speech the Treasurer threw out' ominous hints - of future retrenchment in the Government ser vice. Civil servants -will doibtless take notice, and also what piecautions ->-e afforded them by a general elec tion. The civil servants of. SoiitH Austra lia are equal in. ability to any similar body of officials in the Commonwealth, and they carry, out the duties :ot State in an admirable manner in the face of ungenerous treatment. During- the iean period' which happily terminated six years ago, the service was starved and cut to the bone. So a«: as. the rank and file were concerned inc?rases were tew and far between, ana icicro scopic at that, but the officers bore their trials with exemplary patience, hoping to receive some recognition when -the financial outlook lore a more roseate hue. Their expetations have • not been justified by results.-; Thfe succession of bounteous .seasons relieved die; Strain upon the 'Treasury; but with" the"- exception of dt...
The Dail[?] [?]erald. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. GAGGED AND BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Cfre ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. GApGED AND BOUND. . •" Reverting again to " the subject of freedom - in - politics, which* was dealt with in the leading columns yester day, we direct the attention of;" Our readers to ■ the relative position of members of the Labor" Party and those who follow the fusion leaders. Mr. Peake has said with «11 the authority of an ^autocrat, and jail the unction of a . prophet-"The- great question of ' a free Parliament , is . at ^stake, a Par liament in which each member shall be. free to. express *as opinions with respect to every question-of the" day§ unfettered and untrammelled by party injuncfionT" Thai, sound's like a.'broad National %view of the duties and re sponsibilities -of a legislator- That, indeed, is - exactly what the Socialists' are aiming at, and -when the Parlia ment' of the "State or : of the nation* is run .on..sane socialistic lin^s, that is what will -be' achieved. It, however, presupposes die abolition of . partiefe in po...