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PHILADELPHIA TROUBLE. REPORTED SYMPATHY STRIKE. VANCOUVER, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
PHILADELPHIA' TROUBLE. EEPOJtTED SYMPATHY 6XEIKE X • - • / VANCOUVER, March 8. It is slated ui .New York that sir. Samuel Gompers, President of the Ame rican i.abor Federation, is in "'Chicago for the i7urpo.se of -consulting the Labor leaders tliere/ xviih a "view to calling a a strike amongst the workers at Carmen, Cleveland. Pittsburg. Omaha, and San FraifciseOj/ in sympathy with the Phila delphia strikers. - The International Paper Company, has also- threatened another strike
BOMB OUTRAGE. TWO CLEEGYMEN KILLED. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
BOMB OUTRAGE. jTWO CLEEGXMEX BILLED. r- ^ jjOSnON. ATarrJl 8. Though tie police Slave been keeping a wratchnil eye for Anarchists in Lisbon, and have lately made many arrests, there are'still some who :have managed to evade them. These were responsible for tlie' throwing of tiro bombs into a room Tvhere a party ot jclerical ' candi dates s-as dining. The bombs exploded and two of. the clergymen 'were killed and-seven'wounded.
REWARD FOR PEARY URGED. NO ACTION BY NAVAL COMMITTEE. VANCOUVER, Later. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
: -EEVTAED FOK 'PEAEY CKGED.; ' ' : " ■. ' • -v • NO ACTION BY. NAVAL &lt;X)M3HIIEE. VANCOETPEB, Later. Sratner mews has been, received from Washington to. the "-effect that Comman der Peary lias informed the Committee of Kaval Officers that -the. contracts he hassigned witji Jiis publishers will ren derit/impossible' ipf him to, make his North Pole records arid"'scientific data public, as such a proceeding would sub ject Him to Jieary damages. These _dam ages, he stales, it would be impossibly for him Ao meet, as he is handicapped by the'debt incurred during his expeditions io the arctic. - , . - Popular feeling m Anierica.-inoline& to wards the -belief that Bej^.-^etuaHy. did reach the Pole, , ana tiro, members of the Washington .House.'of Efepresentati^es have urged Congress to grant a reward to 1?eaiy irrespective of1 the question of proof. •" So .action has yet been taken by -the Committee of Naval Officers,' and it has for. the present adjourned. Of . the seven...
FAMOUS TENOR THREATENED. CARUSO AND THE BLACK HAND. VIGILANCE BY THE POLICE. VANCOUVER March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
CAECSOAND THE BLACK HA^D. VIGILANCE BY THE POLICE. n 'cr'ru n.T P a . The police oE Kew York are exercising extraordinary .vigilance on Signor. Caruso, the famous Italian tenor, who is at pre sent fulfilling an engagement in JI«w Yoifi, and who was recently threatened by the Black Hand Society. ; ■ Caruso treats the threat veiy lightly, and appears to be quite unconcerned In the matter, but the police, with their deeper knowledge of the vindi ctiveness of' the-vBlack Hand Society, fear that Caruso's defiance will lead to an outrage, ivhich, in ; its turn,. might lead to international en- J imglpmimts - . 1 When Caruso skng at the Academy yesJ j terda> evening, 100 police were distribu- i te 3 among lhe audience as a bodyguard to protect >iim from any harm.
VOTE FOR LABOR. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
vote foe labob. To the Editor. I Sir—CFhank God, w-e have at last the worker's friend, "The Daily Herald," which will no doubt remind the other -papers of their duty to the people. And it will undoubtedly assist atri strengthen the Labor Party. It is the bounden duty of all workers to stick to Labor members, seeing they are the only members who will do anything for the workers. When there is any discontent or dissatisfaction amongst the workers, who tries to make things right for theui but the Labor Party, and no other. When men are forced to strike for fair wages and better conditions who tries to get it for them? The Labor Party again. But what side do the other parties take? Always the side of the employer, and their idea of dealing with the strikers is to im prison them for a lengthy period or order the police or the militia to shoot . them down. A certain class are crying about the need of immigrant. What for? Simply to lower the wages, and nothing else. They are fetching ini m...
EARLY CLOSING. QUESTION OF HIRED ASSISTANTS. WIDESPEEAD DISSATISFACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
EARLY CLOSING. ■QUESTION OF HIRED. ASSISTANTS. WIDESPEEAD DISSATISFACTION. In bis report for 1908 the Chief Inspec tor of Factories (Mr. J. Banniga.n) refers iri the loll wing terms to early, closing legislation:— ■ •'There is very little change in the posi tion under the provisions of the , Karly Closing. Acts since the date of my pre vious report. During the session of 1908 a Bill, having for its object the con solidation and amendment of the law relating to the closing of shops, was be: fore 1'arliAment, but it lapsed at the end of the session. In regard to the present position under the Act, the principle Of the regulation of «npk>yment in, and. tours of busines3 So , shops, is accepted by all as a. necessary and beneficent law, Dut tiiere is a widespread dissatisfaction with the manner in which the present Acts differentiate between shopkeepers who employ assistants and those who do not. It is contended that the provision which compels the shopkeeper who em ploys an assistan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
KOKO Stopped My Falling in 3 Days! "'My hair came out In handfuls. I- was frightened even to wash it. Koko is "certainly marvellous for stopping the hair coming out and eradicating dandruff. Before I had used one bottle my hair started to grow again, and is now twice as thick as ever it was, and looks simply lovely—quite wavy and ftuffy. Koko is the nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshing, exquisitejy clean, and delightfully cool. (Name given on application). ' We publish this letter to prove to you that Koko is the clean . est, coolest, most delightful preparation for the hair possible to produce. We can say nothing to equal the wonderful claims made for Koko by customers (original letters will be gladly shown on request). Some tell us their friends "Rave about it;" others say it made their hair grow again in a few weeks; that it cured Scalp troubles of lopg standing. Several have said Koko - cured them of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically . of the way is cleans t...
THE COUNTRY. A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE COUNTRY. A THRTTXTNG EXPERIENCE. VICTOR HARBOR, March 7.—A local resident (Keith J arris) was proceeding in a dinghy to a boat at the moorings to-day, when one of his paddles broke, and he was carried seaward. When he was no ticed to be in a dangerous predicament, Mr. Jeffrey, the harbor master, speedily manned a boat, and,, after a very trying battle against the wind and heavy sea, brought the drifting craft and, its occu pant safely to shore. GAWLER, March 8.—Jean Coward, aged 11 years, daughter o*f Mr. G. H. Coward, met with a painful accident to day. During the lunch hour at the Pub lic School, she, with others,, was playing about some trucks on the Angaston Bail way line, which is in -course of construc tion w "ien , one ol her , play mates sit o»»e cr them in mo tion. 'The ,tr'i-:s passed over her foot, severely crushing file toes, one of which will have to be amputated. The little sufferer was removed to Nurse Britt'6 hospital, where she is under the care of Drs. Da ves a...
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. CYCLONE AT COCOS ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
Jl terrible experience. (By an Eye Witness.) CYCLONE AT COCOS ISLAND. These who have travelled between Pre-] manQe and Colombo will remember the cluster of coral islands called the Cocos Keeling Islands. They are a email, low lying group, and upon one is situated the station of the Eastern Extension Cable Company. A staff of about 24 men is continuously maintained, and the operators are kept busy night and day dealing with the large and Important cable service between Australia, South Africa, and Singapore. The islands were originally settled by John Clunies-Ross. At the iim£ when Sir Stamford Baffles and others vere opening up. the Straits Settlements-. Ross was an official in the Government service in Java. At.the end. of the war with the. Dutch Java and a portion of Borneo were handed over to Holland. Boss, somewhat disgusted with the tarn of affairs, decided to make for Cocos and settle thefe. He got some of his family from the North of Scotland, and with their aid and that of h...
THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' MEETING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' MEETING. ' To ihe Editor. cir—-lli toe interesting report wnicn you gave this morning of the proceedings of the Licensed Victuallers' meeting I notice that a good deal was made of the fact that the sum of £130,000 lias been paid in compensation for liquor bars closer? in Victoria. It was not stated by tha speakers that the liquor tTade itself has had to provide this money, but that is so. It was always open to the publi cans to do the same thing in Sooth Aus tralia. It should also be bome in mind that for at least. IB years every license has been issued with the express under standing that it carried no promise, either express or implied, that it would be re hewed. The liquor party seemed to be in a generous mood at their meeting, but on this occasion we are unable to avail ourselves of their generosity, unless they" send it in the form of a., cheque, as roe have already taken and paid for the towD haU for the-Use t>f Mr. Judkins. As a matter of personal...
THE [?] SQUARES. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
THE «:.»7Y EQUAEE3. Tft ihft "P-Hi: Sir—Permit me in my wrath to risS up and -j-sk, as a resident of South ter race, when our CiLv Council are going to do somethiug to remedy the present, disgraceful co Kii of Hurtle Square? During the whole of last winter it was impossible to get ■ either through or around tnis sqn.ir; uithout getting ankla deep in mud; and now, .after the lapSd of seveial man-' lis. with the present burst of wet weather, we are" just as badly rff. iAre cur representatives— Aid. Glover ar.? Os. Ectivistle and An-, derson—content tf sir idly by and' see this state of affairs coiuinue ? If so. it is time the r^-r-iyers of Young Ward were represented by 'ive men, who will act in their interests. I maintain that the present sondiurr. of bot'a Hurtle and Hindmr.rsh sqtores i'b a positive dis grace to 3 city ori'ijsg itself upon its up to-date methodiH one thst would not be alio ved to evist in a wavbaek conn T o-v, Jbr "S~BPp.RIBER NO. I.J
ROGERS PASS SNOWSLIDE. ONE BODY RECOVERED. ENGINE DEHTBS UNSERVED. REFUSE TO TAKE TRAINS OUT. VANCOUVER, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 10 March 1910
1100 JiRS PASS: SNOW SLIDE, OXE BODY RECOVERED. E3TGIXE DEHTBS UNSERVED. B.EFCSE TO TAKE TRAINS OUT. VANCOUVER. 3Iarch 9. Only one body was recovered yesterday ,by the rescue party at the scene of the recent snowslide at Rogers Pass, British Columbia, where a gang of men- chiefly Japanese, wer& buried, while clearing saovi' from the Canadian Pacific railway line. It was thought that by now the tfack would have beerf clearcd. but it is stated that it will take much longer than expected. Rcvelstoke, which is the cearest station to the scene of the disaster, is like a city of the dead, aiod it is difficult .to portray the effect of the calamity, * The disaster has engendered such .a feeling of horror that engine drivers who have been running on the line for 12 years are completely unnerved, and three of tbsm absolutely refuse to take trains out over the sections which were affected by the slide*
BOOT TEADE DISPUTE, HIGH COURT CASE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ACT DISCUSSED. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
BOOT TEADE DISPUTE, HIGH COURT CASE. SOUTH AL'FTRALIAU ACT DISCUSSED. MELBOURNE, March 10. In the boot tn-de dispute before the' High Court to-dsy, Mr. Dufiy continued Ilis argument, alleging that the Arbitra tion Court was competent to make, any award. The proposed award might bind the whole trade by regulations different from those exist u> in several States. Mr. Justice Biggins said that the South Aus tralian Act prohibited an employer tak ing an .ipprent.o- except under certain forms of rndentui^ Mr. Duffy sa: 1 that the Arbitration Court would be asked to alter the form of indenture or t&lt; allow the South Aus tralian authorities to alter theirs. He contentVd that they had come back to the question, of the settlement of the dispute, in wbi -h there rasgbi be statutes which had to be ignorun