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CROWS PRINCE OF GREECE. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

CROWS PRINCE <?F GREECE. LOKDOX. March 5.' The Crown Prince of Greece has arrived at Home, travelling incognito. He .ija.il an'&udience with K>i^g Victor to request Italy's influence iri connection, with the Cretan question.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SIR GEORGE REID. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

SIR GEORGE BEJD. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. LOSDOX, March 5. The High Commissioner of the Com- ; monwealtb {Sir George Beid) denies that, he said it was impossible for Australians to settle Tjie Korthera Territory, but he thinks it ia suitable for South Europeans, as it is unlikely that the Australians will leave the more comfortable parts. Sir George Beid has a full programme of busir.ess and social engagements, and is doing much to improve' Australia's standing in London.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FEDERAL AFFAIRS. MARINE INSURANCE ACT. ROYAL ASSENT. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

FEDERAL AFFAIRS. ! MABIXE INSURANCE ACT. EOYAL ASSENT. MELBOURNE, March The Imperial Government has notified the Minister for External Affairs t4taitb« Royal assent will be given to the Conr monwealth Marine Insurance Act.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

THE EVTDEXCE. /To get back to the question of '•whose polio-?" Remembering the statement of Mr. Butler that after the form at ion of the Government they had determined to throw; aside "caucus rule,''' having- no longer any need for it. -let us see what was done before that-" time. In the "Register" of De cember 15 we have the following- state ment occupying; the most prominent position in the paper, and immediately following: the leading- article:— Although the Coalition Govern ment has not yet been formed, the question of its policy is under con sideration by the leaders of the par ties concerned. The personnel. of the Cabinet has been decided, and now all that remains to be done Is to settle the general principles of po licy, so that they may be acceptable to the organisations which will have to support the Ministerial candidates at the elections. To this end, the Premier and the Hon. R. Butler, Mr. £. K. sahewelf (President of iha Australian National League), ana Mr. W. H. Hall (...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHOSE POLICY? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

WHOSE POLICY? Where the policy originated" mat ters little to the electors, except as a test of the veracity of the Ministry. Did the six Ministers to whom alone, Mr. Butler says, the policy was known, meet in solemn conclave behind locked and soundproof doorsv and painfully elaborate its proposals? Or were they directed or controlled by outside organisations? This can only be testa^- by the evidence avail able, by tlie-circumstances under which the policy was produced, and by the character the policy itself. Mr. Butler declares emphatically that political organisation or individual out side had any hand in framing or was consulted in regard to it." This sounds g6od arid largre, but it is fol lowed by the adroit statement that the Government were determined "from the day they came into existence that they would not be under caucus domi nation." Two thing's may be inferred from this—that before they came into existence as a -Government all the ne cessary consultations with outside po...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REEDBEDS DHAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

REEDBEDS DHAIKAGE. Tne scheme prepared some time ago by the. Engineer for Roads and Bridges (Mr. Stevens) to prevent the perennial flooding of the Reedbeds districts met with little success. There were too many opposing interests to be served. One landholder was in favour of the Breakout Oreek scheme of relieving the congestion of the lower reaches, while possibly the inte rests of his neighbour a little further down stream were better served by the perio dical flooding of his land, and he wanted things left-as they were. Nevertheless "the majori'y appeared to favour the scheme, because they mostly comprised people whose property depreciated in va lue, not because of -any direct damage by : flood v.. ate r. but because the ceaseless in undations were the reverse of an attrac tion for house seekers. Therefore a big 1 deputation - waited- upon the then Com missioner of Crown lands, and asked him to" carry out the scheme submitted by Mr. Stevens. The Minister said he.sup posed the peop...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A COLLEGE APPOINTMENT. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

A COLLEGE APPOINT MENT. L05TD0X. March 5. [ The-Rev. W. D. Maclaren, nephew of Dr. Alexander Maclaren, of Manchester, has accepted the position of Sew Testa ment lecturer at the Congregational Col lege, Melbourne. . _

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOPICS OF THE DAY. NEW FEDERAL POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

TOPICS OF THE DAY. NEW FEDERAL POLLING PLACES. Under the provisions of the Common wealth Act of 1902-09 St. Luke's Hall, Whitmore square, and the Masonic Hall, Waymouth street, have been proclaimed polling places in the subdivision West Adelaide of the electoral district of Ade laide, instead of the General Post Office, which has hitherto been the polling booth for this subdivision. The new poll ing places will be used for the first time on the occasion of the forthcoming Fede ral elections on April 13. For the pre ceding State elections, to be held on Sa turday, April 2, the Adelaide High School will be the polling place, but*his building will not be available for the Common wealth elections, which fall on a Wed nesday, so that the abovementioned halls have been requisitioned. . There are two other new Federal polling -places in this State — Punyelroo, in the subdivision Truro of the' electoral district of Angas, and Cordillo Dowijs, in. the. subdivision Hergott Springs, of the - e...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A RAILWAY LOAN. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

I A RAILWAY LOAN. LOXDOK. March S. | The success in the settlement o£ the dif ficnltieswith France; Gennanv, Great Bri tain, ,an4 Jiiuejjca, xondscning. the Hui ehang loan for railway eonstrnctioa, de pends entirely upon the action taken by Great Britain. Until she acts the nego tiations will hang fire

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. A FREE FIGHT. GIRLS AND BOYS IN COMBAT. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. A FREE FIGHT. GIBLS AND BOYS IN COMBAT. M.ELBOCEVE. March 5. Several Carlton girls complained of having been insulted by North Mel bourne roughs, and on Friday a band of 300 Carlton youths and girls met about an eqnal number in Victoria street, North Melbonme, and fought Swan 9 o'clock to 11 «!cU»ek before the police separated the belligerents. Stones, sticks, and bottles u'ere used freely, and many nasty wounds vexe inflicted. i Percy Dowall was fined 40/ on Satur day ia connecfem. -vnjfii the affair., and proceedings are vo be summons 'hi 1

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
APPALLING DISASTER. TOWNS OVERWHELMED. LONDON, March [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

APPALLING DISASTER TOWNS OVERWHELMED. LOXDOX. March 1. -An appalling disaster occurred last jufjit, when the town of Mace, U.S.A., was ovcrw heUned by au avalanche, by which hundreds of lives were lost. The track down *tlie mountain side was swept as clean as a floor. The deafening roar was Htard miles down the gulch to ^Chinook. ; • Winds.and Tains started the slide, and it, tore'down, the mountain side, increas ing in Velocity every second until onlyi I a blinding mist and deafening roar wara ! ed the timers of its approach. The town of MaceLiee betweeja two pre cipitous mountains, a straggling?, line of! buildings in a creek/ bisected by the lines of tbe Northern Pacific and Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company* - | LONDOX, March 2. Wallace, vjt h. tbe towns of Mace and Burke are buried deep under the double avalanche of snow, ice, and debris, and: 30' dead bodies have already been re covered. HamAreds of rescuers are work ing desperately this afternoon. in the hope of saving t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FLOODS IN OHIO. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, March [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

FLOODS IX OHIO. great loss of life. "loxdos' march 8. As the result' of the disastrous flood that has devastated Ohio during the 3ast two days it is thought that 200 lives have been lost, while hundreds of families are homeless. Scores of factories are pre paring to close. Damage to property to the extent of hundreds of thousands of dollars has been done. The full volume of the flood had not been reached at Elk ton. At Beaver the river completely flood ed the town, and there were-several feet of water in the main-street.' Canton was almost in as bad plight, .and the majority of the population' were in the upper storeys of the homes. "'"V?' At Zanesvjlle 500 houses arc reported.) to be under water, and the residents of ] Dayton. are being removed from their. homes in boats. . A Xew York message states that reports to hand from all sources show that .the J country, is in the grasp of floods, which: eqissl the worst experienced. Villages]) are -id darkness, and manufacturing., plants i...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO BOYS AND GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

TO BOYS AM) GIRLS, The management of "The Daily Herald" invite the aid of young Labor supporters. A charming work of art will be pre sented to EACH BOY AND CIRL who secures a half-year subscription to "The Daily Herald." At the 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. \

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

UKIOK "DONTS." uos't say that yon cannot go to your ma ion meeting as you have another en gagement. You should have so engage ment that will binder you meeting your organisation. Don't gcrfcack on your Union because yon believe it is run by a clique. If you, and others like jou, do not .interest yourself in it, then all the more honor to the "clique" for running it. Don't unjustly criticise your local Officers because they do not come up to your standard of. excellence. They are working men and set angels, and ail that can reasonably be expected of them is that they do the best they can. Don't kick when you attend a meet ing. unless there is a Vsause for kicking, and you know -what you are kickinp about. The members present may see through you and look upon you with contempt. Don't say the Union has outlived its usefulness if it ever bad any. This will. be taken as evidence that your usefulness ; has'not begun. Be a man, tolerant, just, honest. You may thcri become one of the most a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Daily Herald. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1910. AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

%\$t Batljr ■ -ADELAIDE: SfOHDAY, MARCH 7, 1910. AT LAST. After many years of-effort, of trial, and disappointment, -with periods , al most of despair, the Labor Daily paper is'an accomplished fact. It would ■fee futile to traverse again the weary road; we shall but- briefly touch , upon the obstacles thai had to be sur mounted.' 3"tie "strengthsof Sie -icheme^ormn lated -by its initiators: also, in-a measure, its "Weakness. There was no 'gmtgbous prospectus ^raDiisnjr inveS *»rslspetedy nSiei; tKere^was ^nSWng to; attract the -speculative..individual eager for rewards. without labor. From the;standpoint -of^?.speedy realisation of Ohs promoters' Tropes-. this was a seem;ng defect, -but in-reality, the jin attrartrveness of the proposition from a. capitalistic point of view made for stability and safety' from She' Labor viewDoiatr Tfa2 ideal, first; andi^t.was a ta ■bor poj-Er' the propertyof the -work ers, but belonging to the movement. To'this«nd the cost of -a/ share was fixed at...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. Announcements under tibia heading must be au» £b en tics ted by the name and adtoss of the sender, and «iU be inserted at a charge of two shillings and sixpence each. It exceeding five lines; azpe&oe per line extra. BIRTHS, . . VlLLEKEUVE SMITH.--On tbe 22nd February, at MacKinnon Parade, -North Adelaide, the wile of Fnoda Vfljenettve-smith^^ .dapgbia. 1 O'BRIEN.—On the 16th February, at FranUin street, to Itr. and Xr&'T. I. O'Btkd (nee Luddy) —*son. . . PINGEL.—On tbe 1st March, at £obetbal« the wife of B. -Pingel—a daughter* Doing well. WATTS.—On the*24th February,- at Nairne," the wife of C. H. Watte—a eon. Both «elL MORTON.—On the- 22nd December, 1909, at Adelaide, to vHt» sod Urs. Alezi Morton—i. com MARRIAGES. FLAHERfT—KENNEALT.—On the 24tb Janu ary, at St. Ignatius' Churohj Nonfood, by. the Rev. Father" D. E. <J'Brien, SJ., Peter, aecond €on*«I Xz. JohnFUberty, of Haytauds, Si. Peten, to Kitty*- third daughter of the l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PARISH OR NATION? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

PARISH GR XATIOX? The. outstanding feature. of the. policy as it strikes the observant neader is its pettifogging -parochial narrowness. The Part-Premier's vision is Dot merely limited to the boundary of the State; it takes in, for political I purposes-only, the district in which a colleague is seeking votes. His ideas of statesmanship—or of catching votes—are such that he includes as an, important part of bis policy such petty departmental details as the rrf&ning of a daily instead of a tri weekly train to the district in which the votes are w4nted. From first to last there is not one line or sen tence that speaks of Australian na tionhood. The National Government must always play second fiddle to such narrow parochialists as Messrs. Butler and Peake. The machinery devised by statesmen for the founding and direc non of the affairs of a cation is to be employed merely as the tool of a con-' genes of petty States, ever warring against each other for individual su premacy, and...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FUSION POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

THE FUSION POLICY. ' 'Although -Mf. Eeake had distinctly promised that the policy to be an nounced in February would be tho roughly democratic, and one that the late Mr. Price would have approved, no one seriously expected this pro mise to be fulfilled. The coalition which brought together the most de termined opponents of Labor- and its half-hearted friends could . not have metwith the Approval of. the late .La bor leader. The' avowed purpose of the: Fusion, the,defeat at thfe cominjr elec tions of the . Labor cause. - which lay so" near "io. Jiis 'heart,' could "have met ■ with mothmg tout the severest con demnation bythe late leader of the La bor Party. It was therefore impossible that " any policy emanating from such a source" could have" been approved by bum' For thi|; reason, the -policy of~prrerilitiei and platitudes,' of bribes to the electors of- the district which retarnedMr. P<iak% Takd to the wealthy classes"-nrho-supported . the National League representativs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DIPHTHERIA AT HONOLUHU. VANCOUVER, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

■ DIPHTHERIA AT ': HOXOLUHU. YAXCOUVEE. March 6. :. Diphtheria has broken pat in a camp of 406 Eussians at Hoobloiu who were brought -fiom Harbin by the Immigra tion-Board. The camp bis been qu&ran tmefl. and the Russians are appealing to the'&mbassador at Washington for re dress. . They assert that tbey were brought to the island under false pro mises.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEST END MYSTERY. SUDDEN DEATH IN AN HOTEL. PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910

WEST END MYSTERY. SOBDEJT DEATH IN AX HOTEL. PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. I Information ms received yesterday morning by the police to the etfect that John Bulgers, supposed lo be a mail driver from lEnamiecka, had died at ihe White Conduit Hotel, North strtet, Between Currie -and Vr'aj mouth streets, in the western part ol' the city. Bur gess, who was 46 years ol age, was stay ing at the hotel with a woman passing as his wife. Yesterday-morning, at 8-15, the woman cauie downstairs and said, "I think iny husband is dead." Mr. Jacob Jacobs, the husband of the licen see, went upstairs with another mas and uii.3" lying apparently dead. Dr. MacDonald, of West terrace, was at once summoned, and he pronounced life extinct. ±ne matter was reported to the City Conner, who ordered the removal of the bony 10 the iiiorpiie. 'where a j>osr-mo<-tetn examination was 'Aide tn-Dr. HacDon-, .-nu. Tiie ]io1k-'; ve« 'renceiit about the affair last nigiit, but from an unexpec ted source it was...

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