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

-THE "EaTOTAEt. ~ MOD2CT lOFTTriNGES—WBSIEKN. r 0.04 - MOONT LOFTY EAKGES-iASTERK. • - . WEST^OF SPHVCER'S '-GUEF. * Eaaa -. .. .. ,0.03 TumTiy_ 0-04 SOUTH 'COAST. 1 : Goolwa.. « „ .. SOUTH-EAST. C. Northumberland 0.01 Muiat fiamhier . 0.01 The launch of -the Olympic, the first of the two White- Stak levia±hens,"will take i place ,at_.BeJfa§t '..o>i/» October 20. The Olympic will bedf ~ nestrl^ 130,000 tons dis plruy.rnp.nt,- an4 trill' be the largest stea mfir'*in~lftfe..y^d,;^.TY^; £:. . -A "reliable imputation 'places theen tire juimher of species , of ammalswhich have Been .described by naturalists, up to the presfent 'tiine, at 360,000. Many new species are added'«very year, as previous ly unexplored :Tarids axe invaded stu ■dents"-eager"to gaii'distixietron by adding valuable contributions' to the lists of science. .'Thenurober of species already Vrrnmm is so~ great that even naturalists are sometimes troubled to keep track of them,-and some years ago a project was set bn f...

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

MOTHERHOOD. To 'he Editor. Sir—In your issue of to-day (Wednes day) appears an article on the birth rate, under the heading of "Encum orances: More of Them Wanted." While ihe right-thinking look with contempt on chose who debar an honest man and A'oinan fioin gaining a livelihood because ihey have seen fit to become parents, still I in ink that those who advocate large families (irrespective of the health of ^he parents) are also on the wrong track, and exhibit more zeal than prudence, for it is quality we need, as well as quantity. I read in a medical work the other day chat a woman who was intemperate in -lie use of alcohol bore seven childern, three of whom were imbeciles; yet would one say that that woman was deserving of more prJiise than the mother who had seen fit to bring into the world only four stalwart sons with proper brain pow^r? While recognising the wrong of healthy, wives in selfishly refusing motherhood j because it might mean the curtailment ■ of their pleasures, 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

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GROTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees an<i Proprietors. LENNOX, HYMAN. & T IvNNON. NEW EMPIRE VAUBEViLLE ENTERTAINERS. THE "EMI,; A XI-XT PLA^E UF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHILY INTRODUCING 20 ACKNOWLEDGE ARTISTE. 20. Unparalleled Success of our Imported Artists. CROTTON BROS. Our Special Feature^—Xew Moving Pictures by the Great MIOSAMA. Regular Empire Prices—2/, 1/, and 6d. Boxplan at Duhst & Biven's; book ing fee, 6d. extra. Business Notices. The People's Food. 25 Tons Cocoa, FRY'S, 25 tons, 13 cwt, 1 qr.} 24 lb., NOW DUE IN THE §.§. Suffolk, S.§. tfcfakool. D. & J. Fowler, Agents. Fredk. Walsh (First cUss Diploma &s Cutter, London) 116, Gawler Place, Adelaide. ONLY SOLID MERIT could have made this one of the Largest Tailoring Establishments in the State—catering as we do for men who unfailingly insist upon FASHIONABLE FABRICS, CLEVERLY CUT and FAULTLESSLY FINISHED ga...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRAMWAYS. INNER CIRCLE COMPLETED. HINDMARSH AND THEBARTON ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE TRAMWAYS. ISXEIt CIRCLE COMPLETED. BINDMARSH AXD THEBARTON ROUTES. "Many happy returns of the day" to Adelaide's electric tram system. Only one year old, certainly, but what a hardy infant; already stronger and infinitely more healthy than the hoary relic of an tiquity that it has deposed. Twelve months ago on Wednesday resi dents of the eastern suburbs wit nessed the new cars celebrating an epoch in Adelaide's history. And now, before the gloss has faded from the varnish, the whole of the inner circle ot tramways has been completed, and the principal step of the big undertaking of the Adelaide Municipal Tramways Trust is consummated. With the opening to electric traction of the Hindmarsh and Tcrrensville routes, there must come for the Trust, if not respite, satisfaction at the accomplishment of the most impor tant municipal work ever attempted in Adelaide. The progress reports have shown that traffic has increased wonderfully, and there appears every prospect of suc cess lor t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Thursday, March 10. (Bef)'C Messrs. j. Cordon. S.M., F. S. Wallis, G. J. W. Freeman, and F. W. Wood.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

LAW COURTS. POLICE COUBT, ADELAIDE. Thursday, March 10. (Bef)'C Messrs. j. Gor-Joii. li.M., F. S. Wallis, G. J. W. Freeman, ami F. W. WoocL) Patrick AicLaun was chared with having be* haved indecently on South terrace on Wednesday evening. Fined £1 and 10/ costs. J&znes Reeves, for having neglected to com ply wit an order of the Court for the main tenance of his children, was ordered two months* imprisonment- The arrears amounted to £10 1/. There is to be seen at Woodville a sun* I flower measuring 19 inches in diameter ! and weighing 10| lb. It was grown by | Miss Winnie Wilishire in a little flower! |garden. The size and weight are con-' sidered phenominal for one flower from one st^ed. Estimates of expenditure on education i by the London County Council durinc j the coming year amount to £4,777,905 j gross, an increase of £103,208 on thel figures for the current year.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMATEUR SWIMMING CARNICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

AMATEUR ewnaanKG cakstvai The meeting which was to; have beeii held at the Glenelg Baths 011 Saturday last, but which was postponed on account of the inclement weather, was carried out successfully on Wednesday and Thurso day evenings at^the City Baths. Great interest was taken in the various events* and several close finishes were recorded,. A water polo match between the Glenelg and Semaphore teams, provided a ' good' deal of amusement, the game resulting in a,.win for Semaphore by. 2 go^lsto ntiv -Tlie carnival was completed on 33i«rs dav eroning. when the third programme was gone through. The chief event of thi evening was the 500 yards handicap, which, after an exciting finish, was woo jliy W. H- Cart, who is not yet 1.4 years i of age. H. Eaton" was second. The ladies' race proved &n "exciting race^and the victory of Miss K. Farrellv was veryv popular. . . ««• i uxos HanriicaD.—A Grade—First lieat—A,.. CiajT.oa, O. Karlbaum. 35 4?5s: SeoQnd ,-heair—EL 1L KoberLS, IL ij...

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

TWIST A great Favorite with those who llk^ a iFidl^avorc^l; Tobacco made from" carefully selected American Made by Union Labor JAMBS SMITH & CO. WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME, | BOOT VALUES. | Oar good-wearing ladies' Glace Hide Button or Lace Shoes, with narrow or medium toes, 5s. 6d. pair Oar comfortable and pretty Ladies' Glace Kid 'Aida' Shoes, machine sewn, no toecapa, medium toes, Button 8s. 9d.,: Lace 8s. 6d. pair Oar serviceable Gents' Glace Kid Boots, -welted soles, medinm toes, 12s. fid. pair Oar special Gents' Box Calf Boots, calf-lined, machinesewu, with or without toecaps, medium toe, 10s. 6d. pair. | DRESS VALUES. jl Pretty 2-tone" Striped Delainette% ^exBellfini^assoEtment of patterns and. good valne, 3|d. yard New Washing. * Cambrics, .good , faahionionable and nice "dark ; 'shades (striped), for 5a, lid. doz, . \ Special Line of pretty light shades ; in Striped and Floral Delaines. ; These were bought at a sacrifice, j worth Is., for 7 Id. yard. Fashionable Cotton ...

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

MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE PURIFIES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AMD GIVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. iiany of the most serious nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from lack of care to keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, caused by effete matter fermenting in the natural digestive channels. Xlic whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs of the body gives way- Then ""e have Ihe anaemic, dejibirated wrecks in our city streets, men and women who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne have gone villi the old year because of neglect, which has introduced and aided the -disease which killed? And so it is the plain duty of all men or women to keep this great nerve and blood medicine always at hand. It is the nerve power promoter of the system it ...

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

CCfiH OB TEBMS. P*y a visit to-thw ^ Store at your first opportunity, .. exa mine Our Special 'Sals OSes, and form your own jndpaut - Ji tlx 6-Piece ©rawing Boom Suite, Solid Black wood Frames, nicely upholstered in Tapes try and Plush, SALE PRICE, £* 10/. OQ&OKttli-eGSA, WITH WATHRH CBSH3GHS, S&X£ PBECB, 42/. OPBS &BSD&X 93GH3S 9 O'CLOCK- , SAX SWIFT & Co. .-atttCMoaorCiidiioii^SllSlKKS -3QS. *• -t .; &l4 STREET, ADELAIDE. « l IL c&j w % ELECTR.'GJ.^ EMGEMC^na. electric elevators. KLLtlTiC ?.!OTO::s. electric LIGHTS. Estimates and all information on application. Only Address— McHENRY street, adelaide. FOR MODERN. up-TO-date l'ORTUAITUHh THE FRANK A. P.lcfiEILL STUDIOS Ci.'inot he 0: ly Plac? r,f Eusir'-is -G AWT/KT* place. . 6 Pendant Photos, 2/; two positions. A Kjrc^s, Ovate, Circles, a::.j Squares,.3/; Cj i0/6. 12 Pari? Panels, best finish. 12/6. 12 postcards of Yourself, 5/; with Bromide, 7/0. Miiko no/nnstake—Cawler place...

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VICTORIAN GOLD YIELD. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

VICTORIA-NT GOLD YIELD. MELBOURNE, March 10. The Victorian gold yield for February is 47,576 oz. fine valued at £202,5X6, or a decrease of 1520 oz. as compared with the previous February. The yield since January 1 is 92,912 oz., having a. gross value of £370,692, or a decrease of 1S?3 oz. as compared with the corresponding period of the previous year.

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

MELBOUHNE PRODUCE jtfAEKET. MELBOURNE, March 10. Wheat, 4/; oats, milling, 2/2, feed 2/14, stout white 2/4, tartar ian 5^6; barley, malt ing, 4/1, Cape 2/8, feed 2/6; Sour, £10; bran, lljd.; pollard, 1/; maize, 3/1; peas, 4/6; beaps, 9/; potatoes, 75/; onions, 65/; chag, 55/; hay, 80/; straw, Tasmania]], 60/,: Victorian, 35/.

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THE PREMIER'S HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE PREMIER'S HEALTW The Premier (Hon. A. H. Peake) returned to his home at Wayville yes terday from Kangaroo Island. Al though the weather has been anything but pleasant lately, he has been bene fited by .he change. It is unlikely, however, that his medical adviser will ■fee disposed to allow him to undertake campaigning work. ,

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SIR LANCELOT ASTRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SIR LANCELOT ASTRAY. In his speech at Mount Gambier on Friday last. Sir Lancelot Stirling: is reported to have said:—"In Australia generally the isolation of the Labor Party had given the country a clear cut course to pursue. He maintained I that such items on the Labor Party's] programme as the abolition of the in come tajc and revenue duties, and the; making: up of the deficit by an all round increase of the land tax; State ownership of industries; adult suffragre! for the Council with a view to its abo- j lition; a universal eight hours day; a minimum wage of 3/ a day; the na tionalisation of the totalizator, the liquor traffic, and the tabacco industry; ilie protection cf unionists; increase of salaries of State M.P.'s to .£300 a vear; reduction of railway rates, the dcficit caused' thereby to be made up by an increase in the land tax, were not advantageous to the State." There were ten statements made, and at least seven of them are absolutely incorrect. As President of the Leg...

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

A LIFE FOR A LIFE. We understand that the petition for the reprieve of Robins, now under sentence of . death for murder, has proved abortive.andhe will in all pro bability forfeit his own life for the one he took." The jury before whom the unfortunate man was tried added a\ strong- recommendation to mercy, to their verdict; but the Governor was advised by "his Ministers to allow the sentence to stand. ; " ?'Tie motive for the murder was not emphasised "very strongly in the evi dence," but we gather that jealousy— the most unreasoning and violent of all human passions—was - the prime factor, ahd in'all probability the man was in. an abnormal frame of mind, amounting to little short of insanity, when he committed the scrime.- •• '• We hold no brief for Robins in par ticular, but we do protest against the brutal,/and,- what is more, bnitalising practice of capital punishment. Chan> pioris of! the gallows claim tfcatthe fear of capital_punishmenjt acts as a deterrent, but this cannot...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REDUCTION OF FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

j REDUCTION OP FB.EIGHTS. The inter-StaiP shipping companies' have announced that from to-day the in crease on' freight!, will be reduced from 2S.lo 10 per cenc.

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STRIKE LEADERS' SENTENCES. QUESTION OF APPEAL OPINION OF COUNSEL. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

STRIKE LEADERS' SENTENCES. QUESTION OF APPEAL OPINION OF COUNSEL. SYDNEY, March 10. At the Labor Council to-night the! opinion of Messrs. B. K. Wise and C. A-j Coghlan, which was sought as , to , the validity of. the .amended Industrial ^Dis putes -Act, and the prospects of the suc cess of ad appeal to upset the sentences on the strike leaders, was received. ' On eyery count counsel were unfavorable to the appeals being proceeded with. .The Industrial .Disputes Act was . not framed contrary to the Bill of Bights, jior did it violate the principle of trial, by jury. iCounsel stated thai the Judge acted within his jurisdiction in passing senten ces shorter than the fall term, and in con clusion thought that the effect of an ap peal, if taken, would.be to expose .the ap pellants to the risk of having, their sen tences increased to the full term of 12 months.

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TWO-UP SCHOOLS. NINE MEN FINED. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TWO-UP SCHOOLS. NINE MEN FINED. WRT ."RrtTTTUffT?. Marr.Ti Nine men, who were caught playing two-up at "West Melbourne, were to-day lined 40/ each.

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THE COAL STRIKE. SHIPPING MANAGER'S FORECAST. "STRIKE WILL END NEXT WEEK." SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE COAL STRIKE. SHIPPING MANAGER'S .FORECAST. "STRIKE WILL END NEXT WEEK:" SYDNEY, March .10. The . manager of one of the shipping compamec in the coal vend stated this morning, thai. ifie strike ,wi31 conclude pext west. Th= gentleman, referred to declined to stale his reasons for the as sertion. but said that the men would re-i siiihe tjii the proprietors terms. :

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

TO BOYS AM) GIRLS. The management of "The Dr.ily Herald" invite the aid of young Labor supporters. A charming work of art will he pre sented to EACH BOY AND C1RL v/ho 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]
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IMPOTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

important ANNOUNCEMFNT. 1 Wehave much pleasure in. informing] our readers that we have secured the sole right of publication in South Aus tralia of a. series of articles -by Ran-] dolph Bedford, the well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who has just undertaken an extensive toar in the East The itinerary will include the Philip pines, China, Japan, Hawaii, and California, and the articles describing' the tour will have special reference to the alien "question. Our readers may look forward with confidence to i real jUterary treat, and an able exposition Jof the subject specially dealt with.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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