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FORMER MINISTER RE-ELECTED. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

fOEMEB MINISTER RE-ELECTED, T.OKTMTW March 8.. :"^SSy3olimelJ- B: ySeely, former Parlia ^^yri^taTy ~Tmticr-Secretary to the Colonial %'^fec^ who lw defeated at. the general «^gg«iiM»fe4tqhto -Tnnwbeen elected tor tile ?^9^ieitbn 3)rei6ioh of Derby, ■ '

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A PETROL MOTOR ROLLER NORWOOD COPPORATION ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

1 PETfiOL MOTOB EOLLEE XOEWOOD COEPOEAXIQS EXIERPEteE. Some time ago the 'Norwood and Ken sington Corporation \ivnd ..hat the sys tem of ryllmg its r ;ads by means of horse teams. was insufficient" to cope with 4he largelj. increased amount of work ihSt the rapidly growing district entailed, and -it was "decided to'make enquiries, with a view to replacing the rollers then in use ■with a thoroughlv up-to-date variety. t Steam rollers of thi type used in the city were considered too heavy for use ori the ^suburban roads- as the metal on the latter was not as hard as was desired, and the heavy roller \vouI,J not be able to bo worked satisfactorily Without crushing, the metal to pieces. The corporation had placed before them catalogues from Messrs. Barford, Perkins, & Co., o! Peters borough, England, whose type of roller has been used satisfactorily in England, India, and other parts of the world. Mu nicipal bodies in Great Britain had repor ted- very favorably on these rollers,...

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

News. •'THE DAILY HERALD" SPECIAL CABLE SERVICE.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CO-OPEMTIVE MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

CO^PEMTIYE MOVE MENT, The- co-operative movement dates from the establishment of the Rochdale Pio nests'- Society- hi-1644- - • - •*" - Co-operative enterprise in Great Britain may "be divided.into three<?la-sses "of un dertakings—-productive societies, whole sale societies, and retail or distributive societies. The sptr-ies of aci.vity of the productive and retail societies axe- well kBpwn* but • that of the wholesale socie ties needs perhaps to be shortly ex plained. There are two wholesale coope rative societies, one for Enelarid and otie for Scotland- The share capital in these is entirely held by retaif societies, which elect the direction through their dele gates. Their function lis partly produc tive and partly that o£ middlemen. They either purchase or produce goods in large Quantities, and sell them to the retail societies. They are prohibited from sell ing to any one else, although on the other hand the retail societies are free to buy where they choose. Loyalty...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABORS POLICY, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

LABORS POLICY, _ Enemies of the Labor Party, pub-1 . licly, privately, and through the columns of the daily press, declare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture of confiscation, robbery, red levolu , lion, and communism. To allow the [general public to estimate the truth or otherwise of ibese Ttild .assertions,-we once more publish the Labor Pan?" platform in full:— . FIGHTING PLATFORM. FRANCHISE. Adnlt Suffrage for the Legislative Council, with the object of its ulti mate abolition. INDUSTRIAL. Compulsory Arbitration. LAND SETTLEMENT.. Progressive Land Tax on the lines of. New Zealand. The right of the Government t.o Re fume Land for Closer Settlement and Public Purposes on the valua tion accepted by the owner for taxa tion purposes, plus 10 per cent.: FINANCE. i Cessation of" Borrowing, excep*. for (1) Conversion of Loans, (2) Com pletion of Public Works already au thorised, and (3) Works which will shew interest on capital borrowed and provide for a Sinking- Fund. 1 TAXATIO...

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GERMAN COMMERCIALISM IN VANADA. VANCOUVER, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

. - 4 1/ kW:' "WarrlS <3 . ^ e -&aa£^ on<5£r^ „_5riias '■^fasumS.^f^; £h& ^ezxnaxE ta iff . afereenieiit, Winnis » ■: axxreea 3a Canada, teare puling ibcar goods Sjx Uib >55 UOIli-:>'i\ :?r.r'■- --■ " \ . •:.

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WIDTH OF TIRES. QUESTION OF HEAVY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

WIDTH OF (QUESTION OP TTF.AW jJEAiTICj) • Municipal councils have for some time bad under occasional consideration, the prop&l of a Heavy. Xratlin Act. The Xoi^n Clerk of llnley (Mr. J. B. Miller) has prepared a report on * -the matter, which indicates..that lie has given the proposed legislation a. 'deal .of attention.; Therepon stated, that the New-Zealand Bill denned "heavy - traffic"- to.. include *%he transportation of any' vehicle which itself,, or together "with its load, weighs more than lj tons to each pair .of Wheels. Ice <jp.imir.iOD appeared to exempt tour wheeled vehicles, such as those used by, marke igardeners and carriers, also de livery vans, if the weight, did not exceed three tons: ' The last clause of thethitd schedule of the Bill, which fixed a. maxi mum load, 'provided that "no vehicle parry any greater load tfean half a ton," and it must be inferred that the above mentioned vehicles, came - within thai scope of the BilL - The . definition of...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEMONSTRAIORS DISMISSED. RADICALS IN THE REICHSTAG. DISSATISFIED MINERS. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

'KEUOSSTUATOSS DISMISSED. H^ -StDICALS IX THE UBIGHEIAG.. .%«:V^\DI££A:I2E'FreD 1MXNEBS. __ ^>"^1 _ , • 1 LOXBON, ^XTn-rfT^ .8. Ibeirfiiits <Jt those fcoczaJists who. were in Germany for ini*iffnp \to;difibrd[er-;and. resisting the police dur ing ■ demonstrations on the Prussian Frari cji i se Bill, have bee n dismissed, as • theirpLGseca tiori did- not appear expedi ents ' ".'V "f' iairee .sections of the B.adw»-a1 Partv feye^united /under "ine name of Projrres KK^ jjana will henceforth form a bodv •^bT SO'^h ibe Beichstajr. ^ reported at . Breslau that 7000 -jniaere_ xjf'Woldeiibiiig and. Aitwasser vharc, aecidod to strike, failing a r&ore v«qaal eysfem of ballot privilege from the Prussian .Government. • •'

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CLERK'S UNION. A PROGRESSIVE ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

CLEEK'S OTO& A" PROGRESSIVE ^EGAXISAXION. A-meeting; ofihe Clerks' Union was held in the Trades TTall on Monday night, Mr. J. L. Coombe presiding. This organisation, has been in existence only for a short period, bat it is 3 live-con cern. New .membp-Ts are being admitted at every meetaag,jand two joined .on3Ian-< day. The organis^.ion" of the" book keepers on the. stations thronghont the' State has been ilhd£r£a6en of late, and already the move is bearing good fruit* The federation - of the various organisa tidbs in Sooth Australia, Sew Sooth Wales, Queensland, and Western Aus tralia has occupied the attention of mem bers for some time,- and it was at the last meeting to finalise tfie mat-' ter as .soon as possible. . A special meet-. ing is to be held in Sydney t<wnorrow„ night to deal with the jiquestjonTv.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMAN SOCIALISTS. COLLISION WITH POLICE. 30 SOCIALISTS WOUNDED. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

% , ;ppM^;BDCIAt3BT8, Lfe :-£ ° ,. -... ilQtSSSiOiS WHH POLTCE. y A'* ' ' ■ " ". '•• ■'- ' • f£>30 SOCIALISTS WOUNDED. '■*- ■ v-;r • IiOKBOK. Mareh a. *'VjjyffiiMiS6s-3U 'active o^er zJatobr^otoian franchise, question, ana are «mEloy£d.Tliere ,.; SraE :5a Stnons collision' between than ^^^l^'-lnqwEEeblsaitivBs ^of jlJie law this SSanefpoon, ;"when a. procession. endeavored ■gjto^lCTv the -paik. After a prolonged ^■^camj^-Jme'Tiolice icame oat victorious, SO jf-itiej^SpcialiEts aeing wounded.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALL PBESEMATION PRESS CEITTCISM RESENIED. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

FOOTBALL PBESEMATIOX PRESS CEITTCISM EEsE&IED* MEEBOUHKIL .9. At the presentation of the Premier?b ip pennant to the South Melbourne - Foot ball Club, the President <Mr. Hriimei) said that the teem had gone, on the field downhearted, owing to the criticisms of the press. -

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WRESTLING. WEBER V. McMURDO. EASY WIN FOR THE AUSTRALIAN. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

wbesiljm. webee mcjqjedcl 'ibas? Wm FOB she AUSTRALIAN. melbourne. Marrh 9. "i'fie wrestling match between Clarence Weber and 3. McMurdo, of Scotland, for the heavyweight championship of Aus tralia. at the Cyclorama, was a very one sided aff&ix, the Scotsman never having a look in, from the first to the last of a very lirief match, fie was always underneath, and never secured a grip on the big Aus tralian. Weber stripped at 13 st 8 lb., McMurdo at 12 st. 1 lb. When the gong went Weber rushed his man, and, gripping him tightly round the body, threw fijm to the ground. McMurdo wriggled out of bis dangerous grip, but the next instant Weber had the bajf-Nelson on him, and the Scotsman's shoulders touched the mats 63 seconds after the start. After five minutes' spell the men commenced a second bout. Weber quickly had McMordo on the mat, I and secured the half-Nelson,1 but McMur-i do managed to get out of it. Twice WebeT' bad tbe Nelson on him, but did not rush ' his man, and with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF TATILE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

snar-TaME®. Tn this '•issue vill ..be fonna tnei Weights far the Qafcbank Hurdle, Great) Eastern ptesplochase, Oafchanfc Cup, and TTiiit Ba&way/StatBS^,; Ml. Hughes has l>egun "the Hurdle imposts with Thfi Sun and 1112 mart Portlight, who' SSSMd-juti behind Con cave in the same event"last year, has been .given ,11-S.lord'-. Pnnrinnd, who has -ehown a little form of late, has 10-10, while Blimdin, whose recent perform ance!tixe well knprwri, iae to put up Z0.4. Seclusion and Old Pud have 10.0. and 1241 Sing, who wbn the Craiglee Hurdles ^at Martmdale, isasked to carry 3 J3. ' Mr. HugheK llad ta begin the Grea.t Eas ■tern Steeplechase with Bribay, at tho . Tntrimam impost, 13M, white Bipon, who mast t>e oonsid«r6d tie best 'chaser in : Victoria «t- present, follow^ on the 1ZXS Zttiik. Ctolederate,' who is just the stamp »£ hnrfeefor OAktank, has demonstrated 2tis £tajft&g,4aftliti& % winning th6 Aus : iraliM Stocph.itJtriWida, Aartaifrn. 12.4. ' ^V?ioiten...

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THE SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

THE SEOKTOtG'TPSBm o COMING 16YENT&, QA&reh. BO—UttcAt Say J.C. HO—Tamby Bay J.C. <32—Gawler J.C. p2—V.A.T.C. (Vic.). J2—Bosehill Kaces (SSS3: aft—Epsom Bases (Vie.). ■ 36—Balaklava and Port Walrefield E.O. 3S—Terowie E.C. 36 X7—Karraooorte E.G. 3.7—Southern Y-PJ-G. a7-4Denial Bay.J.C. 28—Norton R-C- i . ,13—Pori Adelaide K.C. J9—Hawfcesbury Races (K.S.W.). ilfl—Mootifee "Valley Races (VIc->. "58--Cowell- E.G. ^23—BuiraKJG. ■26^8-50 and April 2—A-J-C. A atomizing. 86—Aspeadsle Parte iJaces {Vic.). Sg—Broken J.C. 28—Ohkapannga B-C y 28—W31iamsfcowiL Raoes •. 28—Laura J.C., :28—Hsflina aad W&Uzroo J.C* 28—Pefcdfifc £€. * *51—Eeiiifiaik B-C.

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THE SHARE MARKET. STOCKS-AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

HffiSHABE IAPtKF/L STOCKS -AND SH&SES. B«nk~of .Adelaide,, buyer 4>8 ID/. tf&rioeai Bank (preference), traye-T £22rtQ/. National Bank (ordinaxyi, -baver £5 IS/, seller £5 13/. " CommerciaLJS&nfc (prelerence), Irayer £6 2/„"■*" Commercial Bank -(ordinary), seller 14^5. English, Scttirgh, and Australian (debentures), buyw IS/. Kn^lieb. Scottish, and Australian (deferred, in-s scribed), buyer 18/. seller 1B^4j. English, Scottish, and Auctraiian preferred, in scribed), buynr 12/6, seller 12/9. INVESTMENT STOCK. S.A- Gas, buyer £12 *>!, eeller £12 SJm l*nrth Gat. buyer 40/3. Broken Hill Gas (paid), buyer 16/6. Adelaide Steamship, buytfr 3JJ/6, seller 40/6. GuJf Steamship, buyer 41/. Klectric Rupjily (prefere&cc), buyer £5 17/. ISlectnc Suppiy ('jrainary), buyer £5 5/6. Ktder, Smith, & Co., buyer £5 10/6. Howard Smith (preference), bwyer 20/6. Howard Smith (ordinary), bayer. bO/3, seller 51/. Adelaide Tug. buyer 68/. Port Docks, buyer £b, sell...

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AN IMPASSABLE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

A$ IMPASSABLE ROAD. - • Ratepavers of Hindmarsh munieipa-l lity will "experience a. sense of relief at" the information imparted by the Mavor at the council meeting on Mon dav night thai the work of efficiently draining *he, roadway under the Chief street bridge is to be definitely taken in hand within three weeks. Residents have become so used to the miniature | lake'that in wet weather they insUnc-, tively take another route to their des-j tination. I

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

jat. to. u. Matthews, Chief Inspector of Sines has received Lhc fallowing report.'rom Mr. H Jones, Inspector of Mines, dated February 18:— "1 hawe the hooor Io inform you jihat 1 visited and injected the Black 'Eagle Copper Ufa* on Janaiary 29. This properly j£ situated one mix? south-east of Ediacara Mine. Lfre principa' work in progress on the mine at present consist? chiefly ol driving from No. Z Adit north on wfcst appears to be the foot wall portion of ;b formation, wJjich Sxi the Sice JSbowa .Vgii valne in copper. Tbe formation operated ift appear5, to be aa, extensive one, and drives at variou* paints have been put in east aod. west for a distance of 100 fl_» and north and eouth for 140 ft. In ail of these workings the orebearing ma terial consists chiefly of iron oxide, impregnated with boulders and veins of high-grade ore. Eighty i three (83) tons of 19 per cent, copper have been | sent to maiiet from the various workings, with I about 3J0 tons of second-ci ass ore stacked ...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COAL SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

COAL SHIPMENTS. Three shipments of English coal are on the way to South Australia, and after their arrival it is hoped that the! inconvenience which has been experi enced in using- Calcutta coal will be. at an end. Considering- the unsuit-j abilitv of the''Indian coal which Jias been, used since supplies from >ew. castle t£n short, the railway service has ,-beeri nlaintained exceptionally well.'and reflects credit on the depart ment.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A QUESTION OF FUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910

A QUESTION OF FUEL. The necessity of using- wood fuel necessitated by the shortage caused by the coal strike has created much heart burning: amongst some of the skip pers trading- to Port Adelaide. The sailors' mind revolts against »unclean liness. against chipped paint, against battered ironwork, and against the needless waSie of . cargo, space. All these tilings-have to be endured^ -whilst wood is being .used as a fuel in boats built to work with coal, and the sooner the coalminers of New. South wales obtain a redress of their grievances they arc fighting against and a com plete resumption of work is efrectedi the better will the mariners of Port Adelaide be pleasd.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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