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

Government Notices. QOVKBNMENT LABOIi BUREAU. , Kumber ol Persons unemployed who have re gistered during tbe pss« week at Central BureauLaborers, 67; I'outfcs, 7; Compositors, 7; Painters, 3; Strikers, 3; Oupenters, 2; Fiu Iters, 2; Cooks, 2; Miscellaneous, 11. District Councils; Farmers, and Private Em foyers can obtain full information about these wen by applying to this Office. C. E. OWES SMYTH, ■ / Superintendent of Public Buildings. il Public Notices. HE MUNICIPAL TRAMWAYS TRUST. SPECIAL KOT1CE TO PASSEXGEES. On.snd after Saturday, the 12th March, 1S10, from JSorih Adelaide and WalkerriJie will " aot'etoi* t>o the ^!op" trip opposite the Bank of Sfe J So*zch Wales, in Gzng William street. ®ORBE!fSVniE AND HZKUKAESH CAES. . \ 0c «ind .after Saturday^ the 22th March, Cars -^totxcuHville {Thebkrtoo). .and Hi&dmarsh ■'A,.wiD jshow "Victoria Square" eign. on the "up" . . ttp, and the City 'Terminus TOlf be at Angas „ ..TarxensvBle and Hxndxaacsb Oars wQl stop op '^post's ...

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

WORKERS ] STUDY YOUR QVfN INTERESTS CUSSORIBH TO THE DAILY HERALD" AT 4ASTII THE &EW DAILY tf£9 ARRIVED!! ABE YOU A SHARFHQLOER? IF NOT, BECOME ONE

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SERIOUS COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

A. SERIOUS COLLISION. An accident, attended by rather serious results, occurred in Rundle street, near the intersection of Pulteney street, on Thursday at noon. A three-horse trolly, belonging to Messrs. George' Wilismor; and 'Co., and driven by Frank Murphy, •vas {proceeding in an'easterly iirection when it collided with a carriers* spring dray, driven by Percy Lynch.'- - One shaft of the dray punctured the hindquarters of the leader of the trolly team about a foot. Whilst Murphy was attempting to remove the shaft from the wound the animal kicked "him severely, necessitating his re moval to Messrs; WiHsniore's office. He was able to proceed to his home shortly afterwards.

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

'The Daily Herald' Do You Subscribe? Are You a Shareholder? The Job Printing1 Department wlil execute your orders In the toestsfyie and with the grea'ee ? promptitude.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

, ;. ^ ^jrS <j . J. u.;-.cu1ta . iij lU IIIC^L .,• , ,_i . da. 'ihe ••i ,. • .V betrlL •■: i'u-i &i i">pjy ana the yj. ... L. - »v j. ...^ oiiOuriled j.cui'. found in ^-oi.scquenee „ ..jjosoiblj lo cop- \-iiii tlie orders eom .jii" in. a.it! in vu a of the closing down of the L''- Lkviir:!* sj^ostion has been. .i:a»le thai operations at the kilns should cease Jor ;i tiin- _>o decision has been arrived x* yet. b i\ a a meeting to be ?iei'i ib 5? ."fromo *1 it is expected that something definite wiii be done. It is jjxicrctoo . hat one big firm has address.! invitations to all limeburnars :o be nrcsent. The •■i.idiusr i-ude ha? not been so brisk for some time therefore trouble will not \ c so k«^nh felt by those. fol lowing -h*t occuj.Mtio. as would other wise be the case

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALONG THE WATER FRONT. THE RESUMPTION OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

ALOXG THE WATER FROST, THE BESCMPTION OF WORK. There are not many boats at present berthed in Port Adelaide, and the deep sea ships are particularly fev. Still, there is a marked difference apparent be tween the animation now along the v.-aier front and the stagnation apparent during the interval of stormy and wet weather that has just elapsed. ' Work is brisk on every.boat .that has a cargo to discharge or load. Super Boats. . . The trade in artificial manures between Port Adelaide and oversea countries, and between the Fort and the various -coastal towns of South Australia is one that has grown put of all recognition during the past few years. Some little time back the practice of the average farmer was to throw his seed on the ground and wait till it germinated and matured. To-day he adopts the most scientific and up-to date methods available. The consequence is that the farming industry has been re volutionised, and so to some extent has been-^he-shipping o£ the port. Pre viousl...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN ELECTION. LABOR MAN RETURNED. PERTH, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

"WEST AUSTRALIAN ELECTION. LABOR MAN RETURNED. PERTH, March JO. Jftr. Denny Jones, General President of the Timber Workers* Union, was • re turned to-day unopposed as M.L.A. for the district of Forrest, which was va cated by Mr. O'Loughlin, who is contest ing-the Federal seat'for* Swain. \ Senator ?earce, who has been touring the great southern line with Mr. "'O'Lough lin, reports splendid " meetings every where, and he is sanguine of success. Messrs. Carpenter and Hens haw -are also confident of being returned- to thfi Senate.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOMESTIC UHAPPIN ESS. ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER. MAN COMMITS SUICIDE. WELLINGTON (N.Z.). March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

DOMESTIC UEUPPIN ESS. ATTEMPTED WIFE MCRDEB. 1 j MA3S COMMITS SUICIDE. WELLINGTON (N.Z.I. March 10. Tames Trengrove, a laborer, attempted to murder his wife io-day. He struck her on the head wtih a tomahawk, inflicting a severe wound. He then cut his own throat with a razor. The man is dead, but the woman may recover. The de ceased had been drinking, and the two had lived unhappily together.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNITED-LABOE PARTY. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

UNITED-LABOE PARTY. COUNCIL MEETING. The monthly meeting- of the council of the United Labor Party was -held at the Trades Hall on Thursday evening. The Persident {Alderman «J. D. Brown), who was in the chair, welcomed a number of-jjew delegates. Affiliation was-.granted to the Lang-Jiorne's Cn*ek, Port Au gusta, 'and Williamstown local committees. The Prospect women's committee forwarded the sum oP.£41 5/, the proceeds of a bazaar held at Prospect on March 2, as a contribution to the lighting fund of the party, and the tlianke *»1 the party were recorded. Alt-the* instance of the West Adelaide - lo *al committee a resolution urging all members of affiliated.' trade unions to ally themselves «r& theNjommittees in their localities and to assist in Tfche work of the forthcoming State and 'Fede ral Elections was carried. East Adelaide Local Committee.—Meeting held In 'Trades Hall Tuesday, March 8, Mr. Donnelly presiding over fair attendance. Mesdameg Murphy and Francis were pre...

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

BODY IDENTIFIED. SYDJfEY. Later. The.woman whose body was found at the foot of the cliffs at Coogee has been identified as Anne Rebecca Mercer, aged 31, who was lately residing at Kensing ton. The deceased had been miKging since March 6.

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

A.N.A. ST.' 'PETKBS BRANCH. —The Sortnig-htly meet ing ju4L.cua^XiiesdAy ereuiog, ^r. fW.- G. ^jptbony,?an '<he absence of the tyesrd^fc-{Mr/N2rtiwf&rd Vatoghan, _pre siding. over a ^goojd^ atteadapeg.}lieajce -ait /absence gTant^ ^^&"^P6Mdeiit ' wiipe engaged i/i"^ecr; tmrmring ^unpaigxL.%' De<53e3 -that -branch-7 joix* frjepd^jlfgc&rtaes* dispensaries On oondijzon^ thafc at least per cent, of other societies? join. Messrs. 'fU. -&. CoTTinps, J. R- Fidler, K. H. .Wal ters, H/'JjJ, M. Hooper, and A- V. M. Zsrhorn were efeded organise benefit in aid of de-, ceased ntegnberfs-familr. Messrs. A. G Alford, H. .T. BL'^oOpe^ anit.L. G. Coflingg -were ap-J tainted a Subcommittee to report on new braocbi taws. Amounts passed' for payment, £7 9/. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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A TERRIBLE DEATH. SUPPOSED SUICIDE OF A WOMAN. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

A TERRIBLE DEATH. SUPPOSED SUICIDE OP A WOMAN. SYDNEY, March 10. A resident of Coogee found the body of a woman, about 30 years of age, lying in a terribly mangled condition at the foot of the cliffs at noon to-day. A large stone was pinning the body down by the left arm, and the face- and body were shockingly battered. The body as yet is unidentified, but it is supposed to be a' case of suicide. The cliffs where the body was found are 60 ft. in height.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY TRAMWAY TROUBLE. EMPLOYES' INCREMENTS STOPPED. ACTION BY THE TRAMWAY UNION. CHIEF COMMISSIONER'S REPLY. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SYDNEY TRAMWAY TROUBLE. EMPLOYES' INCREMENTS STOPPED. ACTION BY THE TRAMWAY UNION. CHIEF COMMISSIOXEB'S EEPLY. SYDNEY, March 10. Dissatisfaction is existing 111 the ranks of the Sydney tramway men as the result of the departmental action of stopping the increments iue under the award, which has been passed, owing to the ac tion taken by 'he Government with the Tramways Employes' Union. In a number of cases the men were called up and informed of the depart ment's decision, various reasons being given that their increases would not be forthcoming during specified periods. The union, considering that the action of the department constituted a distinct breach of the award, took the matter up without delay. The Chief Commissioner has been com municated with, and at a meeting of the committee of management of the union last night a notification was received from Mr. Johnson that he had directed that the increases due under the award should be paid from the date on which they fell due.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADES SOCIETIES. THE FEDERATED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT AND MACHINERY AND IRONWORKERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TRADES SOCIETIES. THE FEDERATED AGRICULTURAL IMPLE MENT AND MACHINERY AND UiUN WORKERS' ASSOCIATION. South Australian Branch.—Meeting- bold at Trades Halt, March 8. The President (Mr. J. <J. McNamura) presided ovor a good attendance uf members. Fifteen new members and one clearance member from South Australian Drivers* l.'nion were received. Three rejoined. Cor respondence froai the (lawlcr and Mannum branches of the Federation*. The secretary in structed to visit lv»th branches during the fort night coming. From combined unions, Broken Hill, re general cessation of work. Delegates to Trades and Labor Council instructed to vote against proposal. Trades and Labor Council delegates* report received. Report re organis ing was received, ana resolved to continue work. Secretary instructed to wait on several mem bers an arrears and report next meeting before taking further action. Further midday meet ings to be held to assist Labur Party candidates in Tortbcomjng election?. HOT...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TWO MEN KILLED. FAIL OF EARTH. HOBART, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TWO MEN KILLED. FAIL OF F.AttTH. HOBART. March in William T. Writers and Arnold Yates, married men, were killed by a fall of earth while working in a stope at the 1200 ft. level V )£e Tasmanian Gold Mining Co.'s mine a- Beaconsfield. A third man was ilso buried, but was quickly extracted, and escaped with a few DU'ises.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT POLITICS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

CURRENT POLITICS. To the Editor. Sir—On realing the address to the elec tors by Colonel lioweU at Walkerville, as reported ill "The Daily Herald" o£ this morning, 1 was struck by the shallow rea soning of that gentleman when dealing with the franchise question. He is re ported to have said that it was time the question was given a rest; the reason given for rest and quiet being that any ac tive, energetic man could get the fran chise under the present liberal clauses. Now I contend that it is the future we have to legislate for, and not the present alone. At the present time is there not a boom in rental values? But we have no guarantee that rents are always going to be as high as they are at present, and when the reaction takes place, as it un doubtedly will, and rents again drop, men who have a vote for the Legislative Coun cil will have to withdraw their names from the roll or take the risk of imprison ment for voting '.without the necessary qnalifieation. I .will- stale a case i...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT BARKER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

MOCXT BAR SHOW. OfficialsPatron, His E^ueUency tiie Governor (Sir Day Hoit liotiiijquci) ; \ ii^.-1'iiLru^s, iion. Sir &. J. Way, air iL C. fcauet\ ^ TL SmiUJ, Sir J. iu SlirUiig, ii-UC., fcir «i. il. Goruou, ana jiesare. A- vu.: i^us^a, c. -M. Dumas, IV. P. Duuk, T. H. s»c«4>:icD*oiif John Paliriage, E. Siiiu.er<, and ~t* iurLci-, i i .-i dent, Mi. IL iiarr Smith; * w-PiGside&ts, Messrs. L vou Dou&jo» C. M. £. Du.aias? />. C. Haw, and JoUa Frame: St^rouu-y and Trea surer, Mr. A. von Uuussx Gosuni&tee oi Management—Agrieiilt lire, Messrs. J. frame. Allan Cicggett, J. Ck-ggeU, Pope. a::i J Pope; Pastoral, Messrs. A. C. Daxv, W. Atlrix ' eon, "W. F. Hyder, and H. Tales, aud Dr. S£i?a ton; Horticiiltniril, Messrs. Dumas, T. B. Har • ringtop ,A- W. Howard, I*. Uraenclor, jinj C. - A. Halliday; Miscellaneous, Messrs. L. von Donssa, S. J. Bishop, &- C. Paliridgo, D. A. . Mjlne, and S. Cope. The Mount Barker Agricultural and ^Horticu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BREAD CASTERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SOUTH AlJSTBALIAN 'BREAD CASTERS' . ASS0CIA33OIL. y : . ^5® ■ lortnighUy meeting of the Sooth Australian ■ Board Caiieis- ■- A^socSiin m neld^ on Tuesday revening. . The Vlce ™adent (Mr. G. Warren) was in tbe chair. ..Two. new .members -admitted and wel comed. 'Cart&pondenceirozn Secretary Trada apd ' .lAbor Gwnca^Mtet^r- BakHS, * secre tat-y -"South - Australian "Drivers' Union, Saddlery T*«ds Federation,, received -and- dealt-'--with, fie ports 'from*"delegates $bT -DmWd 'lifiBor Party, Trade: and Lahor Cougcil. received. Accounts F fcesed for jnyinenV -Banition of £Z 3/ was voted £1 1/ to assist men pn itpte at ^oont-Lyell Company** V'Secretary' direfctfed to write to Port Adelaide Trades-and • Ijabdr Oounca re drivers of .bakers^-carte not yvt rpembera of the union; to invite nonunion members 4o irreet><the_execo Resotved-n^xfnieeting- be a summoned one tr» deal with important bttsmess. A nam hero." instances -given- lwhere award of Wages Board, was^not -be...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADES' SOCIETIES. FEDERATED FURNISHING TRADE SOCIETIES OF AUSTRALIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TRADES' SOCIETIES. federated furnishing trade societies \J£ ado.I a ae half-yearly w&euug of the South Austxa br&ucn ol uie i^eoc^aied furnishing '1 ratio . D^cieuea ox was belu ai, itie Itauea - u'here wao a good aten t-daace "of members. . x«ie executive's report was as follows:—"'ilxxa . otcuuvt; nave mucu jOea&ure in preaeniing yott - wit i the UfEt report and balance, sheet ux Uie . x't dt rat^d ir'umK>mng -'£rade Societies of Aus tralasia. South Australian branch, as it goes af io prove that the movement,' whicn for M, numbci of years -was on foot- to -feaecste iha uadj m Australia, has at last come to truition. So far the trade has had - no cause to utilise the iederation in respect, to any dispute, and it ist hoped that it-will be possible -to" qo wtihout its etroug "aid: Daring the half-year j uet dosed the society hafi'stili 'continued in many, ways to adVance. 'acd whilsfi-'&t the beginning of toe l-cclo- - ander -review a--cootk^riable ...

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

lailway' Lever Watch FOR ALL RAILWAY MEN. A Very Strong, Heavy, Nickel, Open-face Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be an absolutely Reliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. Just the Watch that every Railway, Man ought to have. PRICES— With Rotheram Movement .. ■ . w £5 With English Movement .. „ „ „ „ „ £3 10/ With Waltbam Movement — ..£2 15/ Very few in stock. Order at once before we are eold out, so as to prevent disappointment. Obtainable only from 76 RuqtHe Wendt's, 24> 26> a,>d 28 Street, ADELAIDE. > Arcade.

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