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IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
T?v PORT ADELAIDE. . He was a Lascar from one of the manv cooiie-manned boats now lying at Port- Adelaide, and he came up to a well-known hostelry and demanded a flask of whisky.. The poods having been supplied,- - he- - threw down the exact amjjunt required, and, seizing his liquor, walked out of the house. "What boat, arc you from?" queried a bvstander,' as he came out on to the foptpath- "No spik English," be re plied. "But, vou knew enough to ask for a whisky?" The brunette curtly saM, "Good bve," and walked off. He was evidently from the engineer's mess, and an-1 unsophisticated savage. It would be interesting to know what boat he came from, and by whom the whisky was consumed.
THE FIRST BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE FIRST BIRTHDAY. A casual observer, or one no* cog nisant of the whole facts, would not imagine that the well-organised system of electric car service, by which the residents of the city and a portion of its suburbs axe able to travel to different parts of the city, has all been established within twelve months. Such, however, is the case. It was on March 9, 190Q, that the first car ran on the Kensington line. H has been a good record, and apart from the main tact that the whole sys temv is really the property of the State andiiot of some foreign dividend-pay ing company, the- pepple of the city and suburbs have reason to be pleased with the progress made. The change from the horse car to the electrically propelled, up-to-date car has .been much valued. Within the pa^t twelve months what is known as the "inner circle" has "been completed, and cars are ninl5in.gr to North Adelaide, Vt'al keryille, Kensington, Maylands, St. Peters, Payneham, Parkside South, Unlcy," Hyde Park, Hindm...
STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
ST.ncTE ELECTIONS. Nominations uerr received yester day by tbe returning officers foi the elections for the Legislative Council and tire House of Assembly. The no minations. which will be announced at tbe principal polling plafcfes ai noon tonia'sS will be forwarded"" to the CHef Returning Officer, amT the fell official fist wifl be -airailable this afternoon.
THE SECRET CAUCUS AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE SECRET CAUCUS AGREEMENT. "lades" writes thus:—One of the vital qoestions the electors for the Commonwealth are called upon to deal with is the 25/ per head of population to be handed over by the Commonwealth Government to the States. Electors are asked to decide by referendum that, this shall be incorporated in the Con stitution of the Commonwealth; but it is to be hoped that they will be on the alert, and not commit themselves to so gigantic a blunder. 1 read the Prime Minister's speech at the town hall on March 4, and, looking at the way in which he dealt with the ali-im portant question of Protection and his reference to some of his colleagues, particularly Mr. Joseph Cook, who, Mr. Deakin says, has accepted the first principle of "No interference with the Protectionist policy, only amendment of anomalies," it seemed rather an ominous announcement. Then take hi; announcement that the Labor Op position was not solid on thei question and that the Lead er and Mr.'Hughes had anno...
ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, &lt; ' The ballot for-lie "election of two members of the committee in connec tion -with the Adelaide Co-operative Society -is being' taken at tbe stores in Angas street. The poll has been open since last Saturday, and will, (close to-dav. Messrs. E. A. Roberts [and J-P. Wedlock, the retiring mem-j bers of the committee, have been re nominated, and .the other candidates are Messrs. G. Allen and G. D. Thompson. The votes will be counted this- evening, and -the result^ declared, at the half-yearly meeting of the so cietv; to 'be held in the assembly rooiin. The President (Mr. -H. D. iGell), the Treasurer (Mi. H. Adams), l^nd the Auditor (Mr.. R. Sholl) were re-elected unopposed.
AN IMPROVED SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
AN IMPROVED SERVICE.. During the past few years a great change has come over the passenger boats in what-is known as the "gulf trade." Formerly any old tub was good enough to carry out the work, but latterly more up-to-date conditions have prevailed, and such miniature "greyhounds" as- the Rupara and others have been running the passage. No doubt the increasing trade hajj, warranted the improvement in accom modation, and it sneaks volumes foi the potentialities of the as yet almost undeveloped west coast that such a fine service is bow required fo supply its needs. After an interval, of three months, the usual monthly railway excursion service to Melbourne will be resumed next Wednesday. The trips, which have proved such a pleasure to holiday makers in the past, were cancelled soon after the beginning of the coal strike. Mr. J. Datton (Payneham) writes propheftcaJly :—*:\Ve can see confusion and trouble at the present time.—the workers fighting "for a Tight to live, and monopolies t...
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. MR. DEAKIN AND WOMEN'S LIBERAL LEAGUE. HIS VIEW OF THE LABOR PARIY. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN, MB. DEAKIX AND WOMEN'S " LIBERAL LEAGUE. HIS VIEW OF THE LABOR PARTY. MELBOURNE, March 9. Mr. Beakin, in an address to the Com monwealth Women's Liberal League at the Masonic Hall, said that women would play a great part in the history of ibe Commonwealth. He maintained that tl-ti Protectionist policy stood upon a sounder basis than ever . .before. His party were determined to rectify the anomalies on a Protectionist basis. The Opposition was composed entirely of the Labor ^arty, which bad set aside the fiscal question. The new Protection was j included in - the Labor platform, and he that the old and' new Protection j worked together, as the object of The new; protection was to raise the wages and conditions of the workers. The Wages tkard system was the best means of set tling disputes. The Labor Party's plank of nationalisation o£ monopolies was im practicable. Their plank of insurance against unemployment was taken from the platform of the united party.
ONKAPARINGA WEIGHTS. Ron March 28. [?]CAP HURDLE RACE. Two mites and tree and a [?]ralf chains. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Son WiBarft 28. LMOBBCSP HUHBTi^^fiSVCSL Two mites-mar *ee» «nd -a-iraH Mgfiains. L 8L-U. BfcJro.. The^Son — —..tl 12 Sbwer.. — 9*3D NighUigfat— _ 11 12 Yndnapiima~^» _ 9 5 Kabbibinokks . H 3 Narrinyen. _ S -5 Maurice .. .. .. 11 3 Maswr Fisher. ..9 4 Port-tight . « ^ 11 3 Thunder .. .... 9 A Confederate .. _ 11 0 ChevaL. 9 4 Royal Kalion - 10 12 Pencil ...35 Lord DefLU'-MiiI- ..1010 Haay Morn.. ..9 2 Harvest. _ 10 9 Sotttarian.. .,..9 2 Waihuka — , lfl 6 St. Andrew .. .. 9, 0 Blornfin _ _ 10 4 Lockwing ...... 9 0 KliirrsHf . ^ 10 4 The Gorge .-..9 0 i Brieht Hist _ ... 10 2 Rnfus 9 0 SecluFion 10 0 Apapiexv.. .... 9 0 Old Pard.. ... 10 0 Ronlette 9 0 Z«1 King.. « .. 9 13 A no .. .. .... 9 0 ■Donnybrook _ 9 13 B4 .. *. •* 9 0 I Lyric. 9"12 WrrifS.. . 9 0 1 M&cus&a ...... 9 31 Besembbbc^ . 9^0 Camarilla.. .. .. 9 U onitaparAGA cup. One mile and three fortaBge. Orliac .. .. .. 9 8 Alarm .. ^ ? T 2 Koorings .. .. 9 3 Monte 7 0 Wflituna M .. 8 9 Permian .. .* ., frl3 Dcs...
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. CESSATION OF FRICKMAKING. CAUSE OF THE STOPPAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
• INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. CESSATION OE 2K1CK3TAEIKG. CA.OSE OP THE STOPPAGE. The dosing down i tbeir varda by the master brickmakBrs *1 Sail? day next, hif caused some concern at places like Hindmarsh, Bowde and Bronipton, where the brickmak,T)tf industry is car ried on extensively The reasons given •f* tha* there is in creased difficulty in' connection with the wood and coal siipr*1 ■ necessary far the production of bricks ^nt by many it held that this is not sol&cieTii excuse for the ces&ation o£ op-T. ons, and that if greater expense is incurred in producing the bricks. an incrvsta-d price should be chained for them rather than that the: works shoold be c r-s* i down. It has also been suggested that tlx? shut-' ting down of the t i mards may be in some way connected vrjtb the trouble in wTuth the builders and bricklayer? are; at present concerns' . j M a meeting of bncKmako.rs on fiCcndaf evening, the decision to clow the lr>m> on Saturday* next was arrived :u....
BALLARAT TURF CLUB CUP RACES. Thursday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
BALLAKAT TURF CLUB CUP RACES. I * Thursday, &larcb 10. I First Handicap Hurdle Bacc, two miles.—Go On, 10 st. 13 lb.; Sea Gem, 10.10; Latpent, 9.8; Sea Name, 9;C. Balianil Cup, cue aud a half miles.—Orlin«, 9 vi. Xj lb.; Mresticlc, £.11; Mother Coosa, 8.&; Biu.i Harry. 7.13; DtuiolJy. 7.9; flurphnmuL, Lady Hova, 7.7: Bassemer, 7.3: Wincli, 6.13; «•-». tauga, Fairy Sleep, 6.11; Allic, Theatre, 6.7. Jumpers' Fiat Race, one and a «|imrt*>r nril»:3. —Pins, 1U st. 11 lb.; ^lvjirite, 9.13 ; SriilwaU«i, 8.9: Sea Beach, 8.3; Silvio, 8.1; l*iro Eater, 7.9; TondaWa, 7.7. 1 fip BJT.C. Plate, nix furiungK.—Gtcnalla, 9 st.: Graftoneltfi, 8-U; Kaikuga. 7.33; EaiilCM&ke, 7.XI: Joan. 7.9; Haltese Crosn, 7.7; F»ta.nrcuLr 7-3: Mary Widw, Fianksfcan Bolle. 6l8. Flying Handirap Irrc furlongs.—Nooodrry, 9 st.r firriiwwtte. fl.ll; Glasgow. 8.8: Garden. 8.5: Josh. Kilvfr Voice. 7J1; Sardou. MaJf*sse Cro>«. 7.7; Lady &lt;J«? Vero. 7.0; Botaru 6.12^ Pn?opaf, 6.7. Second...
WHAT OUR FRIENDS AND CRITICS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
WHAT OUR FRIENDS AXU CRITICS SAY. . So far the reception accorded 'The Daily Herald" has been of a distinctly encouraging character. One gentleman writes"Please accept my most heart; congratulations npon your very success ful launching of 'The Daily Herald.' For a. first issue, and under the circum stances. I think it is extremely satisfac toiy* and that it speaks .volumes for those .who must De giving yeomaA Ser vice in these early stages. I most sin cerely wish you every possible success." Mr. T. Smeaton. F.S.A.I.A., writes:— "Allow me to express my sincere plea sure at the first results of the efforts of yourself and your staff- Whatever fears there might have been as to the recep tion of 'Xhe Daily Herald' by the public have been dispelled, for on every hand ■one hears nothing but good of it. This good opinion has a solid basis, for the make-up of the paper and the quality of its contents are admirable—and the ptib lic are ready judges of a good thing. Long life aad success to. ...
MOONEE [?]LLEY RACES. HORSE, JOCKEY AND OWNER DISQUALIFIED. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
BACKS. HC&SE, JOCKEY JtSD OWNER BIS QUAZ3FXED. MELBOURNE, March 9. . A race meeting, was held at Hoonee Valley aftem-*.>ul During, the morn ing the "-eather vW, showery ai*d dull, but towards wn&lt;yn v cleared up, and race-' goerff?Md a fine .ifteinooru The runnmg of Wiattte Vaie in the Hurdle Race was the subject pf an enquiry by the. stew ards, and resulted in the horse Wattle Vale, >wner» and jockey being disquali fied far I? monhw for suspicious prac tices. There was * fair attendance. Be salts:— HURDLE RACE. Two miles. Tbe Gaul, 10 et. 9 lb. (Sutton) .. .. „ 1 "Wattle Vile, 11 1st, 2 lb. (Jones) .. .. 2 Hay flhvn,9 su 3 lb. (Fanning) .. .. 3 Other j*rtezs>—The Bard and-£otitarisn. Betting—2 toll on The £eal, 3 to 1 against "Wattle Tale, 7 to 1 fiofjtarian, 10 to 1 others. V?o& by eevea lengths, with lour lengths be t*-e&lt;ii second and third. Trrrw6, 4m. 14s. TRIAL HAKDICAE. •Kv4 furlong Glasgow, 8 si 4 lb. (Bell) .. 1 Preopal, 6 £t 9 ...
PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
PTTTnttR Whfat.—Phrmerfc' price, 3/tI per busfrel zt& Iruukb Port Ade*«?de. Frour.—Citv brands /d^i^red). £101 T>e rton; &lt;VHmtry bra-nd&lt;u £9 15/ "D^r Ion. Uran.—1 \\ per bushel delivered Ade laide. Pnllaid.—lf2? per bushel delivered Ade laide. v - ; Alc^riaa Oats.—1/9 pat bushel on truck? j or jrfloatt Port Ad«l>ri&lt;i«i. IWlgr.—Car>6. 2/3 to 2/5 ner bn«bel &lt;mj Port AdefnT&lt;?«r mri&rRR; 2#6 to 3/6 nFrr bushel'on pfrmokB Port A^lsnde. Butt*" &lt;&t s-p^HrmV—I/I to 3«?A for fac tor. 13d -to 1 HA for Reriarafor, "Reps fat auftfi/vri^—Fresh (puararrteedV in - &lt;tr?ck .eees.- 1/2.-\ • (ot aucHnnV—5A^. to 13M. wtTh. (af ntiftt'^V—Primp ffl^forv »n'+*. 7W. to 8M-? bme. 3d. to 10*&lt;5. Ht&ner /a£ auction}.—2iM. ■'to 3d. per n>. A.1-^on*ds (at auction}.—Brandie, '7£d. ■«-»er lb.
COMMERCIAL. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Wednesday- Evening. Wednesdayis- •mmrkoisi generally -were dxzll And unchanged, wit) the exception of wheat, in which a reduction took place. Flour remained unchanged, with a •weakening tendency. Algerian oats were distinctly easier, while offal was frrra and in good demand. Wheat.—The London market was re ported a& dufi and unchanged. The cazgo per s.s Uganda was reported as sold at 37/10J per qr. This steamer is off coast, and the sale shows a distinctly weaker position in London. It is re ported that other steamers were offered at the same price without finding buyers. For steamer parcels 37/6 is quoted, while for prompt saHer cargoes indications are given at from 38/3 to 38/6. Prices are entirely nominal, and buyers are con spicuous by their absence. Cables show a very laTgc increase in the quantity of wheat afloat, more particulajiy in the case of European shipments, and as Russia has not yet started to export it is a fair a sumption that the quantity of wheat afloat wi...
BOOKBINDE[?] ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
BOOKBrKDEnS' ASSOCIATION. % MrfT\w «tf 1h«» "Sorrfti Anwrafian br.wh of tVi«* Pnjw»r Rn'wt* and Oiff*1*-*' r#>onrsif»f? Aw*«rifft5m> v.*jip h^Wl al &lt;1m» Trod"? H*£l Ttn W&lt;>nH*v. Thi» Pn»pi«Vnl (Mr. P. W. cfincwmi wrfrf-^fvl CnrTTKprtnrfTOce from * ik r'ntt^'TJoboT 7*»rtv. H»/» iiri >r« «»f Br«- ■ I'-i and fh" nftrfr**** Snrv^fr. , cM.VI -fTi^rt Clw frf -Mtv porv«*f-- Hp I -•"/Hf-l &lt;«X tmd »r*rh member «"»( .»w»orml?'r Tv» isjj^k? +A *Tr»i*»«vm- fr» jjrt afl drivers of 'v^t-nru* rf»-n.&lt; +n j«un 1H0 ^rPitf Swi^ iron *fj. A. r»T _ pfotipr *?»nt li.' •m>"?'f fv» j> an M*rWi 17 »■►•■ i "his v«y to fto* trinmial rtrnfTrmrp tn Svdtvr •»' i Tftsdp*-. TttrrftriA in rivr irntnlvfT f»n ntmirWrmify nf Tnopftmj Wr. WrTViflmn. PrppMmt nrKi- fwr* f*ry wir Ttrcpr*?}lT] *v*fh frwmM photographs ">r fh*» TT^mhnry of fhr- TT*.7t»* ftoarrJs- TTitw n -v masnhen* wr^ yrropnsofl #rod fam i
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. GAWLER Monday March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
IttTNICIPAL -CORPORATIONS. flAWI/RR • IhnAtv U**aU T Preaeofc—'JJue .Mayor (Miu C. G. £ebbec&, aad Cornwall org Ccoeoy. iborup, Connor, Ttmoy, Hsy doefc, and Mcijean. The mayor reported coat h*j had, With Councillor HfsTiean, tbe meet ing of the Mtuucipai Govenun?ot Aaaociataoii, and ,gave a resume of tbe proceedings. Councillor MoLe&Q also reported on. tbe meeting. - ^ Tbe mAyor reported chat tbe executive ot tbe Cot tage HnM>f bad ft**^ for ^ a utreet collection' on* -Saturday Apri! 2. Sub ject to the council's approval, he had gonted the came; action endorsed. Councillor Connor was informed tint Dotioefl bad been iasoed re de struction of noxious weeds. Councillor Tborup drew attention to the necessity ot getting a BUp pi; of river sand on hand before the wintet seife is. The town cierk, in reply Councillor McLean, explained that as milk vendors licenses were taken out from August 1 be lid not think it would be wise to .enforce the nutter of tak~ 'ing out licen...
STRIKE OF BUILDERS. RETURY TO WORK DENIED. CONDITIONS MUCH QUIETER. VANCOUVER, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
STfilKE OF BDILDEES RETtJRX TO WORK i)ESIEDj CONDITIONS MUCH QUIETER. VAV^nmrRR o The city authorities in Philadelphia have announced that they hare infor mation in their, possession which indi cates i hat nearly all the members of the building trades there who struck work on Friday at-.midnight have returned to work. Ilia tram tt: iters deny these de fections, and insist'that more of the builders have joined the walk out to day. Conditions with'.regard to the strike arc very much, quieter,:and as an indication of this -he Director of Public Safety has stated that many of the police hereto fore on constant &lt;J rrty have been allowed to go to their homes..