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THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SHE ^DSION SCHEME—VOTE • ' «NO." •' , " Electors tc31 be aked to affirm or pegattve -ttLE financial scheme secretly formnfahyl by.lhe Stai£ Premiers'and ,,fy lie federal Ku sion-j&ovwiiiPfTit. :3te«<&iBei;pro vides&ai.ihe ;States shall receive. 25/ , ?>er. capita from the .Commonwealth for jffliJiine.^ Time presentCostoms re waij^las "^2 ' *9} \ peVhead pf .popula .dan^^and'innst decrease. If the £naa "jdalf agj^eineni^ is; authorised by the ij^^^-thiere.is, every probability; -of an'-jniqintoaS; ,&evEiijLie.. /Tariff /being ~ framed, which" inUst press beawly upon yagei'farners and consumers gene rally. In-f any.-case,, siirh an. addition to the Constitution would cripple the Commonwealth, and lead .to the-post ponem«ait sof urgently needed national . woifc. iThe 'Labor; Party do riot object tntheschemeas a temporaiY- expe dientf but ask- - the people to keg) it out of the Constitution. - To.xJo this; take the Blue -ballot - paper and -...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Dailg [?]erald. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910. THE BASIS OF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

ADELAIDE: rETO&Y, MAECH H, 1910. THE BASIS OF GOVERNMENT. The popular notion- that the Govern ment govern is one of the. fallacies that the -people should get rid of. It is a relic of the. despotic times /when governments -merely obeyed the.Jbe' "hest of st - monarch whose power was absolute. The- Government, or what stood in the ; place of a Government, were responsibleonly tothe Ring-", and acted as his mouthpiece, and the execu tants of ids' supreme will. The people of d^cpuntry knew little or nothing .personally of the Kingn^^heyfeared him for his power,,were loyal to him as representing the nation, hated him for.Jiis cruelty, or worshipped him for rate Scts of cbnd«ce^ion; but they only knew .him by-name; Betweenihe 'King and' the people "were the 'high 'officials -who - really ' ruifed^the people. 'As the social system devdoped, and the power "of the monarchbecame more restricted, flie modern form x>f -what is called constitutional government was evolved. The, Gover...

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

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. Announcements under this beading innrtJbejaa ty iz&me' Atfd "feddress bf the Bender, and uiU-^be^inrorfced At a cbaxge _of two shillings aridVax^erioe «ach-. 'C exo&edibg five Hues, siTpenr** per line extra. . r r- '-.©EA3HS. imRPW-—fWi fop. .Tth.jttsniii, &i 'Petersboig, Aiir-ft ^Gwendoline, youngest daughter of He. and Mis. J. jC. Green, late pF Gtenelg, .aged 3$moUBffi. rMft'«iw 4ilw»"auing q{ jouk. ""

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 Housewife's Best Assistant is SELF-RAISING FLOttR. *70,5,80,84,89,94

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

Special Advertisements. The Daily Herald. ADDRESS: 117 GRENFELL ST. ADELAIDE. SUBSCRIPTION: Delivered. One year -. .. .. ~.£i 3 o Six months on 6 Three months .... o 5 9 Posted. One year ...... ..£1 9 o Six months ~ o 14 6 Three months — .. o 7 3 All literary matter, correspondence, reports, and general news matter must be addressed "The Editor." Accounts and all business commu nications must be addressed "The Manager." TO ASSURE ATTENTION, BUSI NESS and LITERARY MATTER MUST be forwarded in separate en velopes. i

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE GERMAN SCARE. CANADIAN LEGISLATOR'S VIEW. NO DESIRE FOE WAR, VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE GERMAN SCARE. CANADIAN LEGISLATOR'S VIEW. NO DESIRE FOE WAE, VANCOUVER. March ID. During the debate on the Canadian Navy Bill in the House of Commons at Ottawa, Mr. Clare (member for South Waterloo) made light of the German scare, and said that the German residents in Canada were loyal to the British Em pire. Neither Britain nor Germany, he said, desired war. Germany was in the same position as Britain, and must have a navy to protect her enormous trade, and as this Increased so would the German Navy. The only danger lay in the pos session of commerce- Both Germany and Britain had been firm allies in the bet terment humanity.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADIAN IMMIGRATION. HEAVY BOOKING FOR 1910. VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

CANADIAN IMMIGRA TION. HEAVY BOOKING FOE 1910. VANCOUYE2, March 10. It is stated m Ottawa that tlie human! Itide, which has been flowing towards: I Canada year by year. is filling the vacant spaces in the North-West. The total im migration into Canada for 1910 will far exceed any previous records. Heavy bookings in vessels have been made in both Europe and the United States.

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

NAVY BILL VOTE. It is anticipated that the vote on the! Canadian Navy Bill will be taken early' on Thursday.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADIAN INDEPENDENCE. CROSS FIRING IN THE SENATE. VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

CANADIAN INDEPEN DENCE. . CROSS FIRING IN THE SENATE. VANfiOTTVER. 10. In the Canadian Senate at Ottawa sharp cross firing took place yesterday over the question of Canadian indepen dence. Senator Laudiy asked if the Government intended to put a stopper on the zeal of Judge Longley, of Nova Scotia, who was "tearing about the country" preaching a doctrine which would snap the ties which bind Canada to the motherland. Sir Richard Cartwxight, Minister of Trade and Commerce, retorted that he was not aware that it was the method of! the Government to put. a stopper on Judge Longley with any regard for hisi physical health. I

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. "HONORING" PEARY. PROOF WANTED. VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THE ARCTIC EXPEDI TION. "HONORING" PEABY. PEOOP WANTED. VANCOUVER, March 10. The House Gommittee orXaval.AfiairsJ at Washington voted unanimously yester:l day to take no action for rewarding or honoring-Commander Peaiy: for -"research in the Arctic until actual proofs that he got to the Pole, have been submitted.. Mr. Macon, of Arkansas, during the! meeting said that he. pat Peary in the I same class as Br. Gdoif, ana '-declared' that a careful surrey of the story showed that a mere record of the number of j miles travelled '-daily stamped the narra tive as a stretch of the imagination. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROGERS PASS SNOWSLIDE. NINETEEN BODIES RECOVERED. MORE SLIDES TAKE PLACE. MAIN LIKE CLOSED. VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

ROGERS PASS SNOW SLIDE. NINETEEN BODIES EECOVEHED. MOBE SLIDES TAKE PLACE. MAIN LIKE CLOSED. VANCOUVER. Mai'ch 10. So far 19 bodies have been recovered from the snowslide at Rogers Pass, on I the Canadian-Pacific Railway, where a number of men, chiefly Japanese, who were working on the line, were buried. Since yesterday more slides of a serious nature, but unattended" by loss of life, have taken place, one of them being two miles west of the Glacier. These hav* had the effect of closing the main line which runs from "Winnipeg.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LABOR PARTY'S ACTIVITY. PORT AUGYSTA, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

LABOK PAETS'S ACTIVITY, POET AOTHJSTA, MarcH 8. The Port Augusta branch of the Cm—' ted Labor Partycan now boast of TO . militant members. l>ast night the roll committee reported Having1 placed 60-. names on the rolls for Staie and.FederaL; Houses. Correspondence v?as * received from the Qnorn branch, "aind negotiations r have been. cnteredintobetwenn the local J committee and the Waterside ■ Workers* ! Association, with a view toafEEfcation. A£ the next meeting of "the latter association a delegation from onrctnnmitfcee'win at tend and-.pat the case for the United labor Party. The PresirhHitfMr. A./ Bothwell) and the . secretary. (M>. S. B-■ Whitford) will act as delegates. Great " hopes are held here for the success of the Labor pair (Hon.' J- O'Ldghlin. gnH Mr. Treasure). , *

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENERGETIC LADIES. EAST ADELAIDE LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

energetic ladies. EAST ADELAIDE LOCAL COM MITTEE. * At the meeting of the East Adelaide Local Committee, in conjunction witb the East Adelaide Women's Leaguer held in the Trades Hall, there was a hirga attendance. Mr. A. E. Donnelly presided. The principal business transacted was the allotment of streets for the canvas sers ior the forthcoming election. There were plenty of volunteers for the work-, and the ladies volunteered to assist to the best of their ability. The meetings which are being held by;: the candidates of the United Labor Party, in the District of Torrens, are proving to be as good as were those in 1905 and 1906. Good audiences greet them every where, and, despite the depreciating re- ■ ference to at least one of them by the fusion press- the. enthusiasms displayed is in marked contrast to the reception given to the fusion eandidaies. TheT (ileaelg meeting was held in the coun cil chamber, which was crowded to thff doors, and many could not get entrance, at ail. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fiection Campaign LABOR CANDIDATES AT QUORN. QUORN, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

1AB0R CANDIDATES AT QUOEN. QTJORN, March 1. On Wednesday the Hon. 3. V. O'-Logh lin and Mr Oliver Xjeasure, JLaoor candidates for the district of Flinders, and Messrs. T. H. Casley and- James At kinson (Labor candidates for. the Nor thern district in the Legislative Coun cil), addressed a large and enthusiastic audience in the Town Hall The Mayor (Mr. B~ Thompson) presided. Mr. Atkinson said he was pleased to have the opportunity of addressing a Quorn audience, and to see such a large number ot eleoiors present, which showed the people were taking a. greater in terest in the management of the'r State. He was proud to come before thein as a l.abojt- candidate, in the interss's of liu ma'-aity. He was a farmer living on i He scA and so was his father and grand father before him, go he, liirc a zatibit, , had got the smell of the soil on him and could not get rid of it. (Laughter). He was glad so much interest Aras si.'l! be ing manifested in the franchise for me Council. The present p...

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

WHAT OUB- CRITICS SAY. Exchanges to hand' have the following; refernces to "The Daily Herald":— j "The first issue of the new Labor daily) appeared in Adelaide on Monday morn-j ing.. .We welcome it as the second work-l ipg class daily paper in the Common-1 wealth, and congratulate the unionists of.1 the sister State upon possesing a daily! press of their own. It is well printed,! possesses a fine cable service {the Inae-i pendent Gable Company's Agency},' andl is evidently determined to fight manfully! for Labor. Its readers .will obtain La-{ bor news and argument denied them in the columns of the two Adelaide capital ist dailies."—"Barrier Truth." "It is safe, to say that Mr. Reginald Pole BUmdefl. and others engaged with him on the Labor daily have a warmer corner in their, hearts to-day for, Sir Robert Thomas than they had last week. It is merely professional, custom when an established newspaper has a break down for a rival in the same city to give it all possible assistance, bu...

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

XATIi JfOHGES. . CEEAI Martii' 11—3030 suzcu, 3E-WjR. Orontes ;;poi±\^idtiae tll.15 ajd. (Batish an* '}pragn^pahs^ 'pb&':i^X)e^ 'at GJ.O., 9.30 ; • ajdl. IbS'dne^jir liindoD^^injl "9.". . / ~:; C5tE&$ BBtiCAIK^MD 0SSADA--4lazcb 12— ^^~'Waitcaawa--3p»iniy;^Tate-fee,^30pjiL; ^.••#y^pirda£ia£l"*iooc),:"fiatama. ,. 'U.\. ■ ' - MSI3E&N .-AVSTRAJ2CA, COLOMBO, SUEZ, r ,S«U3P^;^od :MKDON.-—March 25-2030 w : Sydney, -via Hat :.-J/, :*® "Oate fce, U «m.)t • *■■ yflmgifrt'laiw». :■,•.?• ..v-. -- fiODTH AFRICA (Durban direci).—ItarchlS \r ffrlXOlO Jtetj*. - ■sJaVA;^OEX^.^and -SINGAPORE.—HArck ."a fcibbbQ-^SBupZ' <«p.> ;2iOBD^OWE, fJOEFOtB; and KKW. H3EB BI*>ES.-:-Mftrc«i3&-^3 'pjn-rovetiand to Sydney.' . &5A3SOJL ,lfnrcir 14—-3 p.ip., -ovezisiid to Syd ■ ■ ■ ■ joey,'ittrajeepe^^fiiEt'opptMiimay.. «CMilOS<i3SniHD6.andPAPlJA----March 15— * • 5 ^B^iovedaiid^^6.,Szi^tto^. tieqce per • \-.j

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

SHIPPING. Time BalL—March 10—Ball dropped at lb. 0m. OS., corresponding to 15h. 30m., ilarch $, Green wich zasaa time. Semaphore.—Thursday, March 10—Low neater, 4.15 p.m.; high water, 10.10 a,m. ARRIVED.—March 10. Warrawee, s., 175, C. Barry, from Edithburg-h KoOritga, s.f 150, W. Germcin, from Ardrossan. Aaele, steam yacht. 350, Porter, from a cruise. Heniy Button, owner. . SAILED.—March 9. Orestes, s., for the United Kingdom. Warrawee, 6., for the United Kingdom, ChiUflgoe, s., for the eastern States. Grace Darling. s.t for west coast. Juno, for Stansbury. ■ EXPORTS.—March 10. Orestes: For London—127 -bbds. 40 or.-casks -vise, 26 bales rabbit skies, 108 do. wool, 879 bags barley, 2,832 do. wheat, 8.CI1 cases apples, do. pears. For Liverpool—220 bales rabbit skins, 8,593 baffs wheat* For Glasgow—200 (140 lb.) i lags flour. Bostock: For Antwerp—750 tons zinc conccn txates, 24 bales sheepskins, 105 barrs vrinelees, 430 cases apples. For Hamburg—5.0,600 cases apples, 265 do. pears. - ...

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STATE DEBTS—VOTE "YES." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

j"SES.* ; The-taking: ower of State debts by - tbe CommonwealtbThe Constftp , ctwzi Jat^preseiit provides that gjhe Com iMirweakhlmay take . over, iie State gebte ^]b}uc&; WCTe .ccmtaicfed iirior , Jo Federation:? ••The• debt -at\the time."of t FcrtfTatkm amounted- to ^99^493,525, and; tteJ-ajmnal f interest., <baxge. }. is ^.f;t6o^ilf ^ThB ~vaiioas States ..have grace borabi^J-a-^^a^er. r£48,47S,ogg, cos^jgiySnteregt >£^^679,72^ grnjinafly. jEIectbrs. have ano^portnnityof \ - aatiiciisnig^ " 3ie ' - CommoiiwealEiL: -to -take'^igv&^i^^^whple. of jhe'^StSff; - ^pfctjfe">T:- -TIlB^POSt • -<^rn 1 mWnt jfin'anrjal experlB,jSBimiiiisi ,a .great.- sajapir in • ■die^iawnnaj i robe-rest -bill wojild Result, "lielcsayi^ ^iud - be r ^deroted ; to ' a. - sinking fjmcT-iiqr the.puipose<>f ex^ - tmgmsfrWg Jibe ' jdebtj- and. the Labor • Barfy'Stroi^y - i-electors - to-vote *e2te^in;&e^broTO baIlot paper.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. THE KITCHENER SCHEME. IN ACCORD WITH LABOR'S ATTITUDE. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. THE KITCHENER SCHEME. ITS ACCGED WITH LABOB'S ATTITUDE. _ _ SYDNEY, 1Vtarrfo 1Q_ . "5 w. M. Hughes, speaking at pad dmgton last night said that under Lord Kitcheners defence scheme there w521 be 103,175 men undergoing training, while there will be but 17,075 under Mr.' Cook's scheme. He decribed Lord Kitchener's scheme as, on th<j whole, coincident with the xiabor Party'- attitude.

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

THEfiEFEBENDDM. > ^wo; referendnm,...-vGtes require bf1fi>tfnn- oii' federal • eledion day, •'Aprfl'i:i3J dealings iwith alteration of the C^iMBMJMwealtfa.Conititution.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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