Elephind.com contains 795,911 items from Daily Herald
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
MAGISTRATES' COURT CAWLER. Wednesday, March 9 (before Messrs E. Potter and F. Moran). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
MAGISTRATES' COURT. CAWI.ni .Wednesday, March 9 (Ix-for* Messrs E. Potter and P. Mora©). | Gilbert Rinr^ \vaa charged by John James Eichnor with Jtesault. The complainant said that an Saturday afternoon last ho was wailing- in front &lt;it Bean's Laker shon in Murray street. H'^ pat hix umbrella and 'parcel on the path The defendant bad come across from Smith and 2imm6* office and started fooling with the um brella. He reatocetrafed mth the mac, wh&lt;» then ri-rock him- The Accused asked liim to have n drink to Feftie the iaaitrr. He refused and accused swore at fiim and struck him aeain The accused annearcd the worse ft,r drink. The defendant denied tb" assault, Samuel Billinr corrohorat^] the evidence of the defen«lant. and Thoraas Sio*trr>n> corrofrnrat^rl. it -was ril'lo^pi» that it was not Risers who struck lbf» como^aiD anl but BiUin~ Mr. Po*ror. jn Miami up said that the a^nlt. aithouTh undoubtedly eonumtM was not if a vrjons mtaro. Tli defendant had mn...
DISSENSION AMONGST BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
DISSENSION AMONGST BOY SCOUTS. The boy scout movement in South Australia has not altogether proceeded smoothly, and it is now announced that the College Park Troop, under Scoutmaster M. Hooper, have broken away from the main body, and joined the Boy Trackers3 Association of South Australia. Their grievance is that the Commissioner (Dr. Shepherd) had placed a number of officers over them, and they considered that too many cooks spoiled the broth. The Boy Trackers' Association was formed eight weeks ago at a meeting of 300 lads at Mount Tonrens, presided over by Mr. B, G. Tregeagie. They ar« 600 strong, consisting of the follow, ing troops (divided into patrols) :— Mount Barker, Sedan, Mount Torrens, Mannum, Adelaide, Hyde Park, and now College Park. Mr. Tregeagie is President, and his brother (Mr. E. G. Tregeagie) secretary. Each troop ha* a captain and adjutant, and each patf rol a leader. On Easter Saturday the full strength will march through Kinsr William street, on the way to He...
AN UNNECESSARY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
AN UNNECESSARY ENQUIRY. The request of ' the Underwriters Association f6r the Marine Board to hold an enquiry into the Bronzewing Napperby collision seems to be super fluous. It was pointed out at the meeting- yesterday that the offending skipper had admitted that he was in fault, and had stated that it was through an error of judgment on his part that the collision had occurred. The board has no power to inflict a penalty, and the assessment of da mages is purely a matter for the Law Courts. In deference to the opinion of one 6f the wardens, however, it was decided that Captain Inglis should hold the usual enquiry.
MEMORIAL TO A GOOD CITIZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
MEMORIAL TO A GOOD CITIZEN. When Mr. Albert Moliaeux, who had been closely associated with agricultu ral matters in South Australia for 33 years, died last year, the Advisory Board of Agriculture suggested, in . order to recognise the great work fa had done, that Molincux scholarship* should fcr. founded ai Rosevbrthy Col lege. The idea'was v.eil receivr-d. bci: when it came 10 ihc &lt;-oUe&lt;:tioii of funds1 marrexs were soori- atj a, siandsuil, i-'-y I but few dtmatkm? s\lsjc ..recorded. It now appt-.irs that farroW:- arc anxious to subscribe, Tm: tboy v. ant to be cer tain that country iads shall have an equal chance with -city bovs of win ning the scholarships. They point out that the town lads have educational facilities that their country cousins do not enjoy, and thus equipped are generally successful in annexing scho Sarships. The Advisory Board has in formed the various branches of the Agricultural Bureau that no details of the scholarship can be settled un...
A WIN FOR THE SURVEYORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
A WIN FOR THE SURVEYORS. At a meeting of the council of the Institute of Surveyors., held on Wed nesday evening a letter was read from the Attorney-General (Hon. H. Hom burg) stating that the amendment of the Real Property Act was receiving the attention of the Government, and that a bill was now in course of pre paration for presentation to Parlia ment. The members of the institute expressed satisfaction at the fact that the work of the Lands Titles Commis sion had not gone for naught. Labor [members of the State Parliament may take credit to themseh=es for having agitated strongly for the proposed reform.
MR. ROBERTS' SHINING SHILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
MR. ROBERTS' SHINING SHILLING. When Mi". ii. A. walked into, ^he eunonai sanctum at lliis unite' iiist cw'cai^.y, hc-iuiuy a tiliiUag suii-j iiiig" in hij uaiiu, ut touna iiiu euuori (.uj^eraiug wiLii uicmoors ot ms siiai. me appliance ul lue legislator w;ui] Luc ui.iiiaiiL coin cicaLea various lui-j ijiebbioua m me minus ol me occu-] pauLb or tne room. 1 nc commercial -ad ruining reporters each jumped to, Luc conclusion mat Mr. KoDi.:! Li nau; snared in a diviuena 01 i>ome descnp ..lon; ihe sporting editor muttered something mat soundea iike ""laner jali;s; ' iue military scribe, who had just been reading talcs of the iiritish Army, was lirmty convinced that tbe martial lawmaker had taken the (Queen's shilling; while the less ima ginative hugged the vain belief that a visit to a neighboring hostelry was m contemplation. Not a single sur mise was correct-, for the shilling was one of the 112 first silver coins issued by the Commonwealth of Australia, and had been sent to Mr. Robe...
THE POLICY OF CONFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
THE POLICY OF COXFUSIOX. "Marion" writes without reserve. •"What could iw iilr. De&Ui^i's iiioijve in putting the electors ol Adelaide lo tijc trouble cf grovelling u>_a. section ol tJc audience for a tiekei befort' being adnul ted to Iiis meeting ou Frictiy evening m the Adelaide i'ovvn Hall? A take ii as an insult to the Commonwealth -electors. .Thp Prime Minister of the • Common wealth should, above all others, throw open wide the doors of any institution where he is holding a political reeling. It seems to me he does not want all the people to hear him, only a section who seem to be carried away by his eloquence; bus the intelligent electors wol& action. He must have a guilty conscience, since he has betrayed the people so . shame fully. Read between the lines his speech, and look below the surf act % ana any one who is not too dense cai^ see Jfce has no settled policy. His chief aim as to keep the Labor Party out, /iaa ,.jto ,plav into the hands of the State ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
A LETTER TO SUPPORTERS OF "THE HERALD." 52 and 54 Hindley St., Adelaide. ladies and Gentlemen— We congratulate you npon your enter prise in establishing "The Daily Herald." We trust that your efforts will meet with everybody's approval, that the paper will be in every way a success. In fact, we hope it will be equally as popular as "Our Famous Low Prices" are, from which we have gained our reputation. When we speak of "Low Prices" we mean not merely "Low Prices," but the Lowest Prices for the "Best Articles," and we feel confident that through the agency of "The Daily Herald" our "Famous Low Prices" will be more popular and wide known than ever. Again -wishing you every success and awaiting your orders, which we can as sure you will receive our best attention, We are, Tours faithfully, JAMES SMITH & CO., General Drapers, Bootmen, &c. From the Proprietors of "The Famous Low-Priced Stores."
COUNTRY SWIMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
COUNTRY SWIMMERS. The Amateur Swimming Carnival, v.hich was completed in the Ci:y Baths on Thursday evening:, attracted considerable interest amongst swim mers throughout the State. A large contingent of country swimmers com peted at the meeting, included among v.-hom were twenty-two from Wallaroo nine from Hamlev Bridge, two from Port Wakefield, and one each fron Pinnaroo and Broken IiiU. i
GULNARE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
— ' f GUIiNAEE. ■ L The Labor candidates;- (Messrs. Goods, Jackson, and Cole) had. a very good re-* ception. They also got--a shock of & very, exhilarating kind when, -at-the- request'of the chairman (who," by the way, is a brother of the man, Mr. P. " O'iogMin, : who resigned his sea± in. the Western • Atistralian- Parliament to" contest the i Swan against big Sir John Pbrrest) J for some one to propose a vote of tbanks I to the Fpuiikors. a sti-.mpur a cii presemjo ui. ai;.! ii:a.le a in lave: o: .. ti)3V, s.j\or v i ..u Labor's ii?.in;rr » 'V. enee s.vii" v.Uoic-:c:: •-• -.n.-.li.- tt ;* are no* iir.L-ly ;o -on. »v, ,v^__ A.fier tho v. c- ! u:M w-' our old uifiul l>ou lie--1 «u, o:. a HilL GGCI-WA. March ^ The firsi nieeiing of the 1 r.iU'u Partv i ranch ihia yc;:r was Iie:« t:u 1 dav y.t lii-j aelioo'Sii. p suiocl oviT lai-c ii »'■;-= i solved w hoiii iticoiintJis in fuliuv. ou :.n £iiv. in the n.'O.i.li. Ari-n:iii«iies*4 aro beiiiT ltiaile J-O Hoi&lt;l 2- soc...
ECOTRALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
FnOTHAT.T, . The anwial general nwrfing of the Oxford Football Club was held in the Norwood Baptist Lecture Hall on Wednesday evening. Mr. G. Bettig- occopied the chair, and there was a large gathering. The balance sheet was read anA adopted. The following officers were elected:— Patron, Mr. Hugo Leschen; President, Mr. F. Wass; Chairman, Mr Hevtig; Captain, Mr. W. H. Garton; Vice-Captain, Mr. A. Eimbrodt: Secretary, Mr. G. Walker; Treasurer ^lr. A. Hall; Committee, Messrs. Cbenoweth, Hall, vul Crater, and captain ard secretary.
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
\ LONDON WOOL SALES. TThe following cattle message has been deceived by Messrs. Dalgety & Co. from their London office, dated March 9:— ""Wool sates continue firm, and lately re ported rates are fully maintained. Con tinental and English buyers are the prin cipal operators. American buyers are do ing hardly anything. Decline is chiefly on greasy crossbred wools, medium and icoar^ quality, an a greasy crossbred wools Euitabie for America." Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., have re ceived a cable message, dated March 9, from their London office, advising the following sales, the prices being the ave rages for fleece:—Mbrflock, Yalluna, 300 bales greasy, 10£d_; Cordillo, 230 bales scoured, 1/9.
POPULATION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
POiTJIATIOV OF AHSTEAUA. fEhe estimated population of the States tof the Ooumumweaitli at the end of Be icembec, 19iw, was as follows st^er1v , Males. Females. TotaL Sew SoaHi Wales 862,755 758,902 L62L677 J5cfcona _ .. _ £55,745 647,600 1^03,357 Qneendand .v 311^34 261420 572,654 Sooth Australia 222^64 193,785 416,047 jest A*16*1,8154 " 157,798 115,745 273,543 Tnamanfa .. 95^541 91^319 186,860 OMnmtmwealtfi. . ^305,637 2,068,501 4,374,138 j Increases Since 1908. _ ^ , ' Males. Females. TotaL |few Sooth Wales 13^91 16,413 30,004 Victoria 19,643 12,540 32,183 gueendamL. « M _ 11,581 S,728 20,303 toth Australia _ _ 5,406 3,462 8B&8 Western Australia.. _ 3,173 3.250 6 432 asanania 216 82a 1^)36 Commonwealth. S3^10 45,223 gmwp
'AN ATTEMPT THAT FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
I&2T -ATIEMPT THAT FAILED. A report was circulated yesterday that fcn endeavor to meet the difficulty of snp fdying fuel was made by Mr.' J. Carr, a ynood and coal merchant,' who engaged thnw. fraanrc jq£ boQdcks tx> &lt;^rt "WOO(i- 5Il Carr believed-that he -eonld land at least SUM tons o| wopd weekly,-lh'the city. The has mot, however, worked oat as faeoraidyge-was hoped owing to ihe scar isBy in the country. ; The buQock teams End drays castabouf£330«ach, made up of £10 per head for the oxen, and £1&lt;00 (landed on the spot) for the drays. To taring in 10 or 12 tons daily, 28 bullocks . sre regained, as the work bang-very heavy Si is~neeessary to spe31 the animals on alternate days. Mr. Cazr worked 14 to a team. The latest advices received state that the men are still on strike, ^nfl that jfcbeir principal grievance is that they can not work with the manager, under -whom they have been placed. Negotiations for a conference axe in progress, and it is I ...
MURRAY. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
I I MURRAY. (Three members required.) Hetumhig officer, Mr. C. W. Fowler. GROTH, Jacob Heinrich, farmer, Teal Flat. 1-TOMBUKG, Hermans, solicitor, Ade laide.* JA.MIESON, William- farmer, Forres ton.* MONKS, George, gardener, Forest Range. PFLA.TJM, Friedricb Jacob Tbeodor, property bolder, Parkside-*
TRIBUTE TO A DEAD PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
TRIBUTE TO A DEAD - PREMIER. "Personally, I can never forget that the thanks of those who have interests in the city of Adelaide are due to the late Hon. Thomas Price, who as Pre mier did so much to assure the suc cess of the miinicqral tramways scheme. (Loud cheers.) Judging front the "way in' ■which that remark was received I Deed say no - more on that point," said Mr. A. B. Mon crieff ^chairman of the Trust), in're plying1-to the-toast of "The Municipal Tramways Trust," at the opening ceremony of the Hindmarsh and The barton tramways on Wednesday. Later' the Mayor " of Tbebarton (Mr. A. W. j Styles) • expressed pleasure at Mr. MoncriefPs remarks, and said Mr. Price had always desired to assist hu manity, and could have done nothing better for the residents of the metro politan area than, introduce, as he did, the municipal system of electric; tramways. (Chests.)
BAROSSA. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
BABOSSA. (Three members required.) Returning Officer. Mr. J. Harvey. BUTLER, Richard, farmer Medmdie.* BISCBOFF. Hermann, farmer, Spring GuJJy, near GawJer. COOMBE, Ephraiin Henry, journalist, "Willaston.* ROBIXSOK- James, foundry proprietor. G;;\vler. TH7DA.LL, Samuel Bruce, soliciior, Gaw r*
PORT ADELAIDE TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
PORT ADELAIDE TELEPHONE SERVir.F. The recent rains have seriously in terfered with the telephone service to| Port Adelaide. Not only are private | lines interrupted, but, judging- from the past few days, the Telephone De-I partment must be depending: on a single line. Considering the impor-l tance of business interests involved,: the vexatious delays of the last Tet» days is, to say the least, annoying'. "Can I have the Port?" is now the universal enquiry, and the reply of the exchange is nearly always the same—"All lines engaged." Thanki to the courtesy of the operators, it has been possible at occasional intervals to obtain response from the Port, but where are _ the postal authorities ? Surely repairs should hive been effect ed ere this, and the lines put in order.! Port Adelaide has always been regard ed as a progressive and up-to-dat' seaport, but if the citizens are pre pared calmly to sit down and be vir-i tually cut off from business connection with Adelaide for four days wi...