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MINING. ARTLUNGA CYANIDE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
MINING. : ; •." _**} \ . ARTLUNGA. CYANIDE WORKS. The Minister for the Northern Terri tory has supplied the following report for January from the manager of the Arl timga Cyanide Works:—"Crushed three parcels of ore, comprising 17 tons 9 cwt. of firsts, averaging 1 oz. 7 dwt. 16 gr- of gold per. ton, or in money value equiva lent to £5 2/ll per ton; and 18 tons 5 dwt. of crude ore from the Government mine, averaging - 5 - dwt. 11 gT.. per ton. Fol lowing are the particulars:—White Range Extended (L. A- Garwood)—ID tons 17 cwt^ 'for 1* oz. 3 dwt. 20 gr.; value, £52 7/6; average extraction per .ton, 1 oz. 6 dwt. 4 gr. White Range Luces (W. For rester)—6 tons 12 cwt., for 9 oz. 19 dwt. 10 gr.; value, £37 9/1; average extraction, 1 oz. 10 dwt. S gr. Valentine (Northern Territory . Department)—18 tons 5 cwt., for 5 oz. 2 dwt'; value, 14 17/6; average etxraction, 5 diet. 14 gr."
STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
SXOCKS AND SHAKES. BANKS. I Bank oi Adelaide, buyer £b s/b. I National Bank (preference), buyer £12 10/. National Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 15/6, seller £5 17/6 Commercial Bank (preference^ buyer £6 3J9 seller .£5 5/6. ■ Commercial Bank (ordinary), buyer 14/6, sel ler 15/. RT>g4ioh) Scottish, and Australian (debentures), buyer 18/. tinglisb, Scottish, and Australian (deferred In scribed;, buyer 1B/1£, seller IS/6. English. Scottish, and Australian' (preferred,. ii Er ribcd), buyer 12/6, seller 12/9. INVESTMENT AND INDUSTRIAL STOCKS. S.A. Gas, buyer £12 4/, seSer £12 8/. - Perth Gas, buyer 40/6. Broker: Hill Gas (paid), buyer 16/6. Adelaide Steamship, buyer 39/6, seller 40/6. I Gulf Steamship, buyer 41/. Electric Supply (preference), buyer £5 16/. Electric Supply (ordinary), buyer £5 4/. Elder, Smith, & Co., buyer £5 10/6. Hewarc Smith (preference), buyer 20/lflJ Hewarci Smith (ordinary), buyer 50/3, seller 51/. ' Adelaide Tug, buyer 68/. Port Docks, buyer £5 19/. Broker: ...
THE GRAPE SEASON. COMBATING A RING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
THE GRAPE SEASON. COMBATING A. RING. A correspondent writes:— "With the advent of the grape season the winemakers and distillers of South Australia formed a ring to control the price of grapes to be used in the manu facture ot wines and spirits. The prices offered were from £1 to £1 10/ per ton less than was paid last year. This pro cedure was very properly resented by the grapegrowers of the Marion and sur rounding districts- where the finest grapes for all purposes are grown, as can be proved by the very high results at tained by tests taken for wine and spirit making and by the great demand for them by the leading wine and spirit makers. "The producers met and formed an as sociation to combat the ring and to try to maintain the prices paid in past years. Mr. C. Eagless was appointed Chairman and Mr. C. E. Wigglesworth hon. secretary. At a meting of the asso ciation it was decided to send two dele gates to meet the wine makers in con ference, but they were not successful in induci...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
MANAGERS' EEPORTS. Great Boulder Proprietary Gold Mines, limi ted.—March 10:—Have treated daring February 16,297 short tonsof sulphide ore for 2,815 oz. of bunion by amalgamation, 8,994 oz. of bullion by cya nidation. Total estimated value, £45382. Total working expenditure, £16,836; total expenditure, £22,174. Great Boulder No. 1.—March 10:—Have treated during month at the St. George's Mine battery 2,057 short tons of ore for a return of 645 o&. of bullion. Estimated value, £2,598. Expen diture for month is as followsExtraction, £701; reduction, £1,018; general, £77; develop-! ment, £480; capital, £55; total expenditure, £2,331. Foreman of the Government diamond drill has. supplied the following report for fortnight end* ing March 5:— Cojjp&c Hill -Mine, Kadina.—Daring fortnight I we Have been drilling- in country rock, wufe; occasional bus of very hard quaitzite. This country is very broken, and keeps us contmu-! ally pulling out rods to clear bits. Total bor- i in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.' Vote for a National Policy, thus:— Adelaide Division. IT] - ROBERTS, E. A, BoothTjy Division. jx] - BATCHEIOR, E. L Barker Division. |T] - OWYER, M. A. Polling Day, April 13, Authorised by R. p. BlnndelL Trades WL '
LOCAL COURT SIDELIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
LOCAL COURT SIDELIGHTS. The average working man has an abhor-i rence of appearing in the Debtors' Court In many cases lie is powerless to prevent those into whose clutches he has fallen, very often, through no fault of his, from taking extreme measures to recover debts. A.t the Local Co art on Thursday there were several instances of • this. and. they served to exemplify again that ona half of the world does not know how the other* half lives, and that in the midst o£ ■ prosperity there were men suffering hard- • ships. - True, it may be that often a man' has himself chiefly to blame for Ms im-* pleasant position, but very often it is un-j doubtedly true that circumstances over; which he has no control places him in ths [ humiliating position of having to confess thai he has not the wherewithal to liqui date debts, which, after all, may be onlg paltry. In one case on Thursday a shoemaker* ' working "on his own'' averaged 30/ per week. He had a wife and five children^ and paid rent. ...
FIRE BRIGADES CONTEST. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
FIBE BRIGADES CONTEST. MELBOURNE, March 10. The Fire Brigales contest held at Ben digo has resulted as follows:—Coupling Engine Event, for 4 men—-Casterton Bri gade, 17 1-5 sec.; Port Fairy Brigade, 20. sec.; Bee alia Brigade, 20 1-5 sec.; Cam perdown Brigade, 39 2-5 see. Hose Prac tice, for 6' men—Eaglehawk Brigade, 34 sec.; launceston, 36 sec.; Maryborough, 38 sec.; Clones, 38 3-5 sec. Engine Prac tice and Disabled Hose Drill, for 4 men— Colae Brigade, 35 2-5 sec.; Casterton, 38 1-5 ^ec.; Wirmambool, 39 2-5 see. ^ Taralgon, 41 4-5 sec.
STATE ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
THE NOMINATIONS. Although the time for roonving nomi nations for the forthcoming seneral elee-j Jons closed ai 5 p.m. on \Vcdno?day, the, '.licial noir^iK'.iion.- woro no; declared! ri'.iil noon yeJiovd;:y. when they were an a turned ai Llis Adelaide Town Hali. "viecsrs. 33vn«":in and l'ascoe, for Midland :n i\i2 Lo;;iflaiive Council, were the only -v.iididaies ro-tlocJed ur.opposed. Ad asiericii denotes that the candidate • as a msinber of the last Parliament. The eompkto list of the nominations 3 as follows:— J.EGSSLATIVE COUNCIL. i.VO»"33iAl. Dlr-TIilCT. members required). Rettirninir oChilt. Mr. 0. H. Stephens. '/W\y-. -L1>\ Edward, agent, Staniey slrcei, Adelaide. ivlJl'iVEK, .Ernest Leopold "William, , irensed vieisj; J_ler, Henley Eeassli road, I liebajicix. IZLE^'IZE- Hugo Eniil. merchant,: ;-I; voter's rotfi, Medindie.® J A.L red Willirju. accountant, i Hu;?hee' strees. liiile-End. V* TLSO-*. Js.;i;es Phillip, bootmaker, 40 V-'.r- i ftreet. North Adelaide-* WI LKIXSO^.V....
ENCOURAGING AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
encouraging agricultural students. The Advisory Board of Agriculture, having donated £,3 3/ to the Rose worthy Agricultural College for prac tical work by the students, have ap proved of the following- scheme by the Acting Principal (Mr. VV. J. Cole batch) for its allocation:—"It has been the practice hitherto to give a prize for the best outside work in the third and second years, and I would suggest that £2 2/ of the board's prize be given to the best senior student in this branch of the curriculum, while the other guinea will provide a prize for the best out side work in the second year. The basis on which the major prize is awarded would be as follows: —Weekly farm marks, 300; oral and practical agriculture, 200; practical fruit cul ture, practical dairying-, ivoolclassing, and field surveying, cach 100 marks. The second year's prize would be de cided on the following subjects:— Weekly farm marks, 300; farm dairies, 100; wool classing, 100. There are no other practical examinati...
POLICE COURT, CAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
POLICE COUfiT, CAWLER. Tuesday. March 8 (before Mr. C. Brig-lit). William Hill and Joseph Crowlev were charged •with fighting in the public streets. Bolb pleaded guilty, and w^rc fined 10/ and 15/ costs, or seven days each. Wednesday, llarch 9 (befom Messrs. E. Potter i and F. Moran). James Brown w:us tdiarjrcd wi1L having no visible means of support. The prisoner,! ttIjo had a long list of previous con victions against him, was ordered two months* imprisonment. 1
AN EASTER EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
AN EASTER EXCURSION. Under tbe auspices x>f the State Tourist Bureau, there will be a special' Easter excursion to the south coast district, including- Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middleton, and Yankalflla. Adelaide will be left by the 4.48 p.m train on March 24, and the excursion ists will leave Victor Harbor on the homeward trip by the 7.5 a.m. express on March 29. The first-class fare throughout is only £3 5/• In the pro gramme are inchided drives to Rc setta Head, Hindmarsh Valley, Middle ton Beach, and Port Elliot, and a boat ing excursion on the Hindmarsh River. It is anticipated that the trip will equal in pleasure that arranged by the bureau to the soath-east at Christmas