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THE SHARE MARKET. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE SHARE MARKET. .Thursday evening. London Quotations.—Few lines were noted in eiiver-iead, .«hares showing- a slight decline -in -valHOGr —Copper shares were practically unchanged, wfailst gold shares in, most cases were weaker. On the "Stock ' Exchange of 'Adelaide there was little doing in silver lead' shares, excepting good business in Junctions, and light trading in Junction North, Sulphide, and New British, values being slightly altered. Gold, stocks came in for brisk movement in Chaffers and Associated, whilst a f ew others were light ly traded in. Copper and tin trading was confined to the usual channels, but O.K. and Great Fitzroy had the most pro minence, but Vegetable Creek (paid) mov"e3 TreeiyTTii ttie mduSnaldeparraieht Carmichaels were largely noted, and after easing 2d., they improved. to previous day's price. Investment stocks had no business transacted.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. The acting manager of the Government Produce Depot (Mr. C. F. G. McCann) has received from the Acting Commercial Agent in London <Mx. G. A. W. Pope) the following produce report,— EGGS. The following table will show the prices realised for eggs, 1909-1910, at end of January*— per 120. 1909. 1910. English' 14/6 to 15/6 10/ to 11/6 Itisii 11/6 to 14/ 91 to 11/ Uanisb 12/ to 16/ 8/ to 14/ Dutch.. .. .. -- 16/ to 16/6 9/6 to 12/6 French .. .. .. 13/ to 19/ 8/ to 15/ Calician 11/6 to 13/6 5/6 to 8/ Hurgarian .. .. 12/ to 14/ 6/ to 9/6 Italian 12/6 to 16/ 6/6 to 11/9 Kiittsiau 13/ to 13/6 6/ to 8/6 Syria i 12/ lo 14/6 6/6 to 10/ BUTTER. Australian Butters.—The Marmora is discharging this week with 39,000 boxes. One or two outside steamers have also arrived with u combined total of about 6000 boxes, so that the total quantity this week from Australia is about 45,090 boxes. The market at the beginning of the week was very brisk and active, and price...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SYDNEY PRODUCE MABKET. SYDNEY, March 10. I Wheat is weaker, new milling, prime, 3/llj buyers, 3/1X4 chick, 3/9 to 3/10. But ter has advanced 4/ per cwt., choicest sorts 100/; other grades proportionately Chaff, £3 10/ to £f 5/. Oaten hay, £C Lucerne, £2 to £2 15/.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

PRICES. Wheat. — Farmers' price, 3/11 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Flour.—City brands (delivered), £10 per ton; country brands, £9 15/ per ton. Bran.—1/0£ per bushel delivered Ade laide. Pollard.—1/2J per bushel delivered Ade laide. Algerian Oats.—1/9 per bushel on trucks or afloat Port Adelaide. Barley.—Cape, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide; malting, 2/6 to 3/6 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Butter (at auction).—1/1 to 1/21, for fac tory, lid. to 1/1J for separator. Eggs (at' auction).—Fresh (guaranteed), 1/1; duck eggs, 1/2. , Cheese (at auction).—5£d. to 6£d. per lb. Bacon (at auction).—Prime factory cured, 7£d. to Si,d.; bams, Sd. to 10£d. Honey (at auction).—2Jd- to 3d. per lb. Almonds (at auction).—Brandis, 7£d. per lb.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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COMMERCIAL, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

COMMERCIAL, In the grain markets yesterday the only movement of any importance was the further weakness in wheat, which was very quiet, with little or no busi ness passing. Flour market was also weaker, and oats were quiet with little offering. Bran was firm with an en quiry and a fair amount of .business passed. Wheat.—The market was quiet at 4/ to 4/0i, for ordinary parcels, with little or no business worthy of mention. For far mers" lots the market was easier, and in some quarters the prices were further re duced to a limit of 3/10j on trucks Port Adelaide, although the general buying price remains at 3/11. Private cable ad vices from London'give the market as quiet with an easier tone, with buyers in different. Business is reported as hav ing been done in steamer parcels oS coast at 31 m per quarter, c.i.f., while the nomi nal quotation for prompt sailer cargoes is 38/6 per quarter, cost freight insurance. In chartering, some business is reported, the Italian ship Oriente having...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

Amusements. WEST'S OLYMPI A. Under Direction Mr. T. J. West. "DOL, COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS. f HIS AND EVERY EVtMING AT 8 O'CLOCK, ofS, WESTS PICTURES, The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Assisted by L. De Groen's Vice-Regal Orchestra, West's Popilar Prices—2/j 176, 1/, and 6d. Children Half-price to all parts except Gallery. Box pi an and Day Sale at Duhst & Biven's. FEED MARSH, Manager. Business Notices. I Don't Walk or Gar it, 1 RIDE A BIKE. | Of course, the best Bicycle to buy is the "LEWIS/' They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced Machine come and see some of the Secondhand ones we are offering. We guarantee them really good value. PLEASE QUOTE NUMBER IF ORDERING BY POST. ■ No. 454 is s "JAMES," 24-in. frame, recently overhauled and pronounced is food order .. .. £4 10 0 No. 558—B.S.A. Parts, 22-in. frame, ' just overhauled, sew tires £7 0.0 No. 529^-Au "IMPERIAL," a great bargain •• .. .. .. .. «. £6 15 0 No. 457—This ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

Sensational I Furniture Bsrgains at Moopep's, Duchess Chest, 4 roomy drawers, fitted with locks and keys, bev elled mirror, in light or dark wood; price £2 12/6. Cash of Terms Packing free. Safe Delivery Guaranteed. Venetian Bedstead, full size, nicely moun ted, in nickel, heavy pillars; price £3 IS/. Dining Room Suite, of 7 pieces, consisting of 6 dining chairs stnd 2 arm chair, strong and well made; price £2 18;6. XJ Annon'c The Homemakers, JLLUUjJUI 5>, Hindley and Leigh Streets, Adelaide.

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THE DEADLY PEA RIFLE. ANOTHER DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

another death. On Wednesday, at the Adelaide Police Court, the City Coroner , conducted an in quest on -the body ot WilliamXtoney,"who. was £ovmd shot seax: 'Henley Beach on Tuesday™,morning. — . •- - .v ' ,■ ' > ■William tiloney, lybntcbeij-Yr^iffihaiton, said the deceased up to the time of death arflR.^miplnypfl aft ~!y-and' was. 'Ai years pf;ige;. He last saw him alive' early oivTuesday morning,, when he asked tiie "witness to give hiin~3d. .i'or about a-' w&kpast'ihe deceased r had.- suffered from a^yere_cold, but had never-threat ened^io tdb^£way. with, jhnriselff' .... The .de ceased often' used to^gq fpr shooting, trips early , in .the morning^. .. . . r>. ■ William Moore,' ironworker, - Thebarton, said he often lent the deceased his rifle. The weapon'was hot in good order. The ■deceased took thelnfle^on.Tuesd^yrmorh ing,'bui~.used "his, own 'cartridge^. ' /.The witness was with the deceased "when" he purchased the strychnine, ifie--empty l>a6kets "6f %liich ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

Stopped My Hair 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 -fluffy. Koko is the nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshing, exquisitely 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 wfeeks; that it cured Scalp troubles of long standing. Several have said Koko cured them of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically of the way is cleans their chi...

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STRIKE IN SWEDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

STRIKE M mDEN. Due to the deplorable lack of an in ternational Labor press bureau there has been practically no news about the Swe-' dish labor situations since -it lost some of its most sensational features. In a way, it may be said that the struggle has been won. The issue about wkich -tins battle' ~©1" X^abox is being fought is, as is now well knowi,_ the'life1. ordeath of -organised < labor in Sweden; in fact, in all northern Europe So far the struggle- has been a signal victory for Labor. On Xiio one side the employers' association ' has become so weakened that.-its" officers, are--in some, cases repudIating~the"oblIgaii6iis entered into with the members and have sent out circulars to the membership asking for, leniency in fulfilling these obligations. On the other hand the Swedish national organisation has come out of the battle with 40,TO0"new meml^i;s. "3friie," tliey "no minally lost"about 30,000' in the- battle, but; these men have ' for a large part surrendered...

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FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

FORECASTS. South Australia (issued at 9 p.m., March ID).— 'Generally fine and pleasant; scattered clouds along south coastline; otherwise clear. South to east winds. Western Australia.—Fine and warm to hot, with east to north winds. Thunderstorms in East Kimberley. , New South 'Wales-—Unsettled, and showery along coastline, extending to parts ot highlands, with strong and squally southerly 'winds. Fine intend, and cold at night. Victoria.—Fine throughout. Cool night, plea sant day. Scattered coastal clouds. South to east winds. 1 Tasmania.—Fine throughout. Cold at night, with some frosts. Pleasant day. Light winds, chiefly southerly. —Ocean Forecasts and Remarks on Storms.— - Strong southerly winds and equally, with rough sea along the New South Wales coast. Sough on coast from Cambridge Gulf to Gull of Carpentaria. 'Barometer at S p.m., 30,35. v -Some- jateresting relics of Napoleon iave been placed in the Napoleon Chapel Of the Church of Saint 3*ouis des Inva udes, at the Hotel de...

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THE MARINE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE MABINE BOAED. The fortnightly meeting of the Marine Board was held yesterday afternoon. The President occupied the chair, and "War dens Berry, Coe, Gibbon, Vasey, Hag gart, and Pricker were present. An Unsafe Position. . Warden Gibbon asked if there were any report available in regard to the position of the Hinemoa. He had inspected the vessel, and had found 14 ft. of water, on her port side, and 19 ft. ozr the starboard. In. his opinion the pilot had left the ship in a most dangerous position. < The' President said that an inspection was being made. Damage by Recent Storm. The Engineer-in-Chief's report in re gard to the work in progress at the va rious ports was read. The President stated that a good many repairs would be wanted shortly on account of the re cent storm. The gale had knocked all the staging at the lighthouse away, and damage had also been done at Wallaroo. It woold cost a.good deal of money to rec tify both these matters. Warden Vasey—Has the Patawalo...

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NOTES FOR WEEK ENDED AT 8.30 A.M. MARCH 9. (Supplied by the Weather Bureau.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

NOTES FOR WEEK ENDED AT 8.30 A.M. MARCH-9.' (Supplied by the "Weather Bureau.) Tit? .a.0c aivii&^uiuii uiis4.uiodi.cw which orougut buvii uea»> rums in me i-.oftuoru xu i_uc ciu.sc oi Fuuruury graauauy «;,c'uisea iu enc^y uunug tile pa&i. ween, ana i:. moveu sjjuid».jrai me** tuns otate de»eiolicu .iiiAi a cyclonic swuri, the centre oi tiie aisiuro iujce passing Adeiuiat early on jlmuiay morning, ..tic-i tne uarometer ieii to 2y.Zti, itie iowe&i .eauiitg ever recorded in March curing the past uo ywus. The parage oi this aoiiormai "Ijw ' rea-uile*i in one vt the hcavie&L and mosi v.ide iipreau rains ever experienced in Souta Austra lia, tor with Cue exception of the west coast every telegraph (station received over 1£ in. of .'am, the majority being over 3 in., whilst several remastered over i> in., namely Macclesfield, 8.56; Melrose S.54; and Ectouug-a, 8.46. The rain storm was on Sunday accompanied by very cold and stormy conditions, the wind i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

The Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote for Story, Guthrie,& McGregor THE LABOR CANDIDATES Authorised by R. Blundell, Trades Halt

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

METEOROLOGICAL. J —Weather Conditions at 9 a.m. Throughout tbo Commonwealth.— ScutL Australia.—Fine ami cool throughout ; cloud* to ovoreast along coastline; scattered clojJs elsewhere. Western Australia.—Cener oiJy line a;j«J .-Jear- Oue^rsJanrJ.—No reports; lin-s imerrupicd. New South Wales.—Squally and showery along coast and highlands; clear oisi_vl.cn'. \ ietori.i.—Fino throughout, with scat t?rcd clouds. Tasmania.—Gloomy along west coay. : clear elsewhere. —Weather Conditions During Previous 24 Hour*.— South Australia.—Light and scattered showers in id*, west and over southern districts. North ern Territory.—Heavy rain on and near ttio c»ia--.i Western Australia.—Wyndliam, 8 points, only rain. Uur»ensland.—No reports ; lines in terrupted. New South Wales.—Light to heavy raiji <jii central tablelands and central and south Victoria.—Few scattered showers south «>f ranges. Tasmania.—Light rain in west and south. TiDie Ball.—March 10—Ball dropped at lh. Om. 0s.t corr...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SUDDEN DEATH. On Thursday morning Mr. S. S. Wylie, saddler, of Hindley street, informed Con stable Richards, that Henry Malcolm, who had been renting two rooms at his house, had collapsed in his bedroom. Dr. Drummond was telephoned for, and on examination he pronounced life extinct. The Coroner has been informed. The deceased was at one time a well-known figure in Hindley street, where he occu pied a shoeblack's stand near the Ex change Hotel. Antonietta Frattini, who was 72 years old, shot herself at Padua 'because, as she explained in a letter, she had been await ing death for 50 years and there was no sign as yet of its coming to her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

!. KILLili/ N.-.in ij.i'.U. A pailK-uiui^-o 4ict: - 'v I'w.r-.O. i ■-lie rc.-ir »Ji cisL* 1; ^i-ji ^ ^ after 5 i'cluck o*« 1 .....i\.o.ii oy whij.i Ja.iics -d..ui<1 suwiia, em ployed ai. the i;osi <- as: ■ temporary lineman. lost his life. Twu horses, attached »<" a post ofllco trolley, bolted 1 om thy y^rd at the rear 01 the telegraph office, sjicj Stevens pluckily at tempted 1c stop ifteiij. J-Je eau:hf ilu reins, at r the la. ses swerved and jam med the unfortunate man btween them selves and a galvanised iron fence. His chest vvas co.mn*-,tcly smashed in, and the ribs penetr^-d the lungs. Stevens died about two imuuUjs after the acci dent. Stevens resided at 55 Sussex street, Lower North Ad^u'de Xhe Coroner has been in'" »nncd.

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TMMIGRATION AND THE LAND QUESTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TMMGEfirroaf an© the lastd gjDESXIOIf.'" : To tte- Editor. Sir—"worijer, m jreiening to the im migration question in-'iris' letter appear ing in "The "Daily Herald" deprecates, nay, condemns,. aa injudicious policy of i m migration—ttat' jof -encouraging immi grants to oar shores, primarily and chief ly to increase the numerical strength of our population. That population, of the right kind, -is needed cannot, be denied by any sane person,™ but there are other weighty questions ; involved apart from that of numbers. Increased population very probably may, as "Worfeer" thinks^ prove inimical to the interests of wage: earners, by causing1: increased- competi tion in the labor, market. This may ap pear to many people to be a dastardly and brutally selfish attitude to adopt, but is it so? Emphatically it is not if the demand for labor is restricted, and the means of sustenance are available to but a limited'number of souls. Do these unnatural conditions exist, and, if they io exist, fro...

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A[?] ALLEGED MALICIOUS [?]DING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

,* I)'' Mv I : A i'j ALLIED .uALICiULt t.U^. bci.v-.cuu ueaii wi-li by Sir. x. ii.. r:^ii^v-c ac ^i^miwLU *ju Ucu iie^ctay. j.iic cuinpia-Ui. lii^Ue tjy Hurry liuuu.r, whu dialed i-rcd and .beau ice liuiiLcr with hutiug mali ciously wounded nim „n Matcii a. All the parties were aborigines. From the evidence of the complainant it appeared that he and the female -d^fend^m. had been married for abou; 25 years, but he had not lived with her for seven or eight , veais. lie had never met the male de fendant until the day of the assault. ■ They were in camp and had some wine, ■ which hud been supplied by a white : man. Afterwards the complainant | pulled the camp down and threw away j some property belonging to the defen dants. A row then started, and Uie com- j plainant was struck a number of blows. Evidence was also given by Dr. S. Verco, who testified that the complaiant was not yet out of danger, and the defen dants were committed for trial.

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THE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. HALF-YEAERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE COOPERATIVE SOCIETY. HALF-f EAELY MEETING. The half-yearly meeting of ilie Ade laide Co-operative fcoeiety was iieid last evening. jstr. H. D. <ielT."occupied HiO [ ciiuii-, and tiie zuemoers oi the coimiiiuta were also present. , . The report; lor Uia naif-year suited5'-■ ; iue turiiuver well maintained in all Ue^iarcuuuuij viiu increases' in^eome-r :*We -wouid iiiil. urge a more complete patronage^ as' c<j& aucive lu economy in - lqc^household, faind - teno ing so reduce the ijcro-'niage- of the so£*e£y*6v cur rent expenses. it is a matter '.d£ regret diiai the new premises are not completed. -it •was.ex* X>ected ihiuX by i;ow we \voula;have-beeh. In oc* cupatioo of me new buildings," "bat -delays .liav* arisen, through varying causes, but it js^expecipd we shall-.be - shortly in posses51011. < "The1 cusfi of these buildings. in 110 ^vay '-^ftailed* tba Luoyaocy of'our finances., anaxple funds for aH purposes. - The litiilding 'vnll ...

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