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NO ATTRACTION FOR ELECTORS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

JnO ATTRACTION FOR ELECTORsj Writing of the meeting' held by the Fusion candidates for the Southern District of the Legislative Council at Mount Gambier, the "South-Eastern Star" says:—Sir Lancelot Stirling ; (President of" the Legislative Council, jwho is seeking re-election), and Mr. IJohn Cowan, of Murray Bridge, selected by the Farmers' Union for jihe seat the Hon. G. Riddoch is va |eating, delivered addresses in the in stitute hall on Friday evening. Owing, no doubt, to there being no opposition, the lack of interest in the election was markedly shown, the attendance num bering about 30. Leaflets addressed to "the disfranchised electors" had been distributed about the hall by agents of the Labor Party, but the disfranchised were not present neither were those who have been given the vote for this Chamber. Either there is not the yearning to take a hand in moulding the Legislative Council to the proletariats' will which one party professes to voice, or the House is considered to...

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

THE DYING HORSE CARS. In an obscure provincial district of England, where a few years ago the railway was still unknown, the means of transit was on antiquated coach. A traveller in the district, so the story goes, purchased a first-class ticket, after ascertaining that there were three classes. He foun'd, when he reached the coach, that there was only one grade of accommodation, and he querulously desired to know what ad vantage there was in paying extra for first class. The driver winked know ingly, and told him to be patient. Half-way over the journey, he was en lightened by hearing at the foot of a steep hill the command—"First-class passengers sit still, second-class pas sengers get out and walk, third-class passengers get out and push," with special emphasis on the last word. There has often been almost a parallel at Thebarton, and there the male pas sengers have often dismounted and assisted the panting horses to nego tiate a particularly bad part of the road. _ The experienc...

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

m the nominations. ±ne "acceptances" for the Parlia mentary Handicap disclose large fields' for the various events. For the Legis lative Council nine seats are to be filled, two of which go to the Conser-' vatives, owing- to there being no more starters than Messrs. J. J. Duncan and Pascoe for the Midland District. For the other seven positions there are fifteen aspirants, seven of whom are Labor candidates. The House of As sembly events have brought out par ticularly strong fields in most in stances, Torrens leading the way with ten triers for the five seats—a clear-cut Labor-Conservative contest. Flinders, comes next, but the mammoth district I offers only three prizes, for which a! field of eight will contend. Altogether! there are eighty candidates for the' forty-two seats, including twenty-nine Labor- representatives. In the Nor thern Territory there are two candi dates claiming the right to run for Labor with the sitting member, and one. Labor nomination—for Alexandra —was dec...

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

reduction of shipping freights. Shippers by the interstate boats ] were not at all pleased when the an. nouncement was made that, owing to the Newcastle strike, the freight rates would be increased 25 per cent. Re cently- -coal his come to hand in fair quantities, 'and the' steamship com panies trading between Western Aus tralia and, Queensland and interme diate. -States have decided that from to-day the increase will be dropped to ro per cent. No ^reduction has been decided upon in the passenger rates, which still stand at the 10 per cent, increase.

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

THE SOCIAL SIDE OF SPORT. a movement is oa foot to form an Amateur Sports Club in Adelaide, ou the lines of "the Melbourne msiiiution. It. is the intention of the secretary of the. senior Lacrosse Association (Ml H.- W. Hodgetts) to. convene a "meet ing- shortly, and it is anticipated that interest will -be taken in-the matter, by the "following sporting associations:— The " South Australian Cricket Asso ciation, Football League, Rowing' As sociation, Bowling Association, Base ball League, Amatear Swimming As sociation, University Sports Associa tion,. Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association, Hockey Association, and Tennis Association. Members of the new dnb "will appreciate the advantage of having- -a "habitation where they may hold meetings or indulge in social converse. At present a meeting may be held in an hotel parlor, but al though sporting- men appreciate the efforts of mine hosts on their behalf, they consider it would be more con venient to have a club of their very own....

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

GRANGE - LAND INUNDATED. The recent rains have caused the Torrens waters again to cover the low lying; lands adjacent to the Grange. Hundreds of acres of splendid grazing and building land are rendered useless for. months:during each year, because jealous and opposing' interests will notaUow^simplescheme recommend ed by the Engineer. for Roads and Bridges to be carried out. The pro posed, deviation at Breakout Creek ap peared to non-interested people to be an. admirable solution of the difficulty and entirely/ for the benefit of the general public. Why, then, forsooth, should the great bulk of the residents be inconvenienced and suffer loss owing to" the opposition of one "large landed proprietor? . The matter is an urgent' one, and needs only the sup port of one or, two enthusiastic and energetic spirits to bring- the thing , to a head. What are the district coun cils concerned doing ? Why not create an interest among the slumber ing residents? Secure the support of the members for...

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

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. . The eighty-third half-yearly- balance' sheet of the Co-operative Society shows the institution to be in a flourishing" position. The membership at the enH of the half-year (February 9) totalled 554.5. During the period 42S members had joined and 106 had withdrawn. At the date of the balance, £59,414 3/1 in capital had been paid up, whilst during the. six months £gSc>3 11/n had been subscribed, and £4199 12/s had been credited to members. From liis JC94S1 11/11 had been withdrawn, leaving a balance at the end of the term amounting to £16,935 15/6. The last half-year's profits were divided as followsInterest credited to mem bers, £1102 14/10; dividends, £3lSi_ 18/5; fees to committee, £96 10/; asso ciation fund, £50; undivided profit ac» count, £20 12/1—total £4^51 15/4.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN SUBURBAN TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

WESTERN SUBURBAN TRAMS. The destination signs which passen gers by trams to the western suburbs must look for are:—Henley Beach, three black diamonds on a white ground; Thebarton (Torrensville), two black diamonds on a white ground; Hindmarsh, one black triangle on a white ground. The times of the jour neys will be:—From Victoria square to Henley Beach (7 miles), 34 minutes, to Hindmarsh 22 minutes, and to The barton (Torrensville) 19 minutes. Spe cial instructions have been given to motormen to proceed carefully along 'the Hindmarsh route from Mile-End Hotel to the River Torrens, because of the narrow streets, frequent cross [streets and curves, and because there (are so many little children about. Nevertheless it would be well for pa rents living in the vicinity to keep their children from playing about or crossing the tram track. The Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Tramways Trust wrote on Wed nesday:—"With reference to the ad vertisement which appeared in this morning's...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NORTHERN DESTRICT. (Two members required). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

KGB THjERST OVSTRICT. I (Two members required). j Returning oLficer, Mr. J. H. Sinclair. ADDISON, iiithur miller, V)rroroo.* ATKINSON, -laincs, farmer, Yacka. iTASLKY. Thomas Henry, farmer, MeL'Ose. EG'WE, James. Henderson, gentleman, St. Peters.*

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MIDLAND. (Two members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

MIDLA5TU. fTvro members renuhw^l. ■ JleiuninifT officer. ilr. W. O. Martin. DU?\CAX, John James, stoekowner, i Hughes j-ark, Waters-ale.* (Elected). ; PaSOOE, iun.. Thomas, farmer, Te rowiu.* lEkiCtei3>.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ADELAIDE. (Four members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ADELfiJDE. (Four mp.mi¥»rg required.) Returning officer, Mr. 0. H. Schom bnrgfc. ANDERSON, James, dairyman, 81Goa ger street, Adelaide. ANiSTKY, Alfred De Saumerez street, Kensington . Park.* BLujJDBTiTI, fieginald ^Pole, j-/jwnpA. twister, Milner street; Eichmoni* Gr.KT.ANP, George Fullerton, merchant. Rtrrffng1 West. BKNNX, William Joseph, . solicitor, Sooth terrace, Adelaide.* GEU't'IN, David Kenriy, baker, Milang. T.F.SSKB, .lames traveller, 153 Wake field street, Adelaide. FONDEB, William-David, advertising agent, 9 St. John's street, Adelaide.* B.OW PilTi, James, gardener, LocklejB.

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THEIR DAILY BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

THEIR DAILY BREAD. At the Local Court on Wednesday a woman was asked to settle a bill of £o run for bread. She stated that she was only able to pay it off at the rate of one shilling per week, while ad mitting' having- three grown-up sons and a daughter. Her sons were work ing at intervals—but consuming bread regularly—and paid her about 14/ per week. The S.M. asked if she could not pay more than one shilling a week, and the defendant gave an em phatic negative. "It has been owing for years, sir," she explained, "and I am not able to do more." His Honor was not satisfied. Be said, "You have a married son living in a house" of yours, and have three gEoaur-up sons. They must be made to pay for the bread they eat." An order was made for payment at the rate of six shillings per week. The defendant was greatly disturbed. Turning to the plaintiff, she said, tearfully, "You cruel man; you have taken the roof off our heads." The plaintiff denied having unroofed the family, and declared emph...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTHERN DISTRICT. (Two members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

SOTTTffiERIT DISTRICT (Two members required-) fieturniog officer, Mj:. C. W. Colman. STII1LENG, Sir ' Joiin Lancelot, K-C.M-G., LL.&, she^pfarmer, Strathal byn.* OOWAK, John, farmer and grazier, Murray Bridge. \ GEOSVENOS, Archibald "Tiioiuas, car penter, Victor Harboc. IMjcMUBIRIE, John,, farmer, McLaren YaJe. KBWELL, Hairy Hiamsby, dairy far ms^. Himimarsii isiajid.

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TORRENS. (Five members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

TOHEEKS. (Five member^req aired.) Returning officer, Mr. J. Harris. CONEYBEEB, Frederick William, col lar maker, St. Peters.* COOKE, John Herbert, engineer, Urfey. DANKEL, George, batcher, Kensmc ton.* ; i HtJDD, Herbert Sidney, confectionery' Adelaide. LAFFEB, George iliehard, fruitgrower, Belair. iiANGSFOBX), Hwny Wood, coiitraciar, St. Peters. PIPES, £r£Eur .William, solicitor Seat Town. EYAN, Thomas, agent, Wayville.* SMEATON, Thomas H viand, architect, Glenelg* VADGEL&H, Crawford,. journalist, May lands.*

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PORT ADELAIDE. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

POET ADEEAIDE. I (Three members required.) Betarmng officer, Mr. A. Fonnby. CHESSOK, Henry, bricklayer, Edwards town-* DRESTG, William Henry Herbert^ com mercial teaarefler, Hindmazsh. GEKEN, Thompson, boilermaker, Mile End. MacGILLlv itAY, Tver? laborer, Boss water.* SHEKEDAS^ James, tanner, Bromptoiv,

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ALEXANDRA. (Four members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

ALEXANDRA. (Four members required-) Returning officer, Mr. C. W- Golman. BLACKER, William James, farmer, WOlvmga.* GRKALEY, Thomas Walter, gardener, Mylor. HBGGATON, Pereival Thomas, farmer, Hindmarsh Island.* McDONA.LD, Alexander, out of business, Blackwood.* RITCHIE, George, shipowner, Goolura.*

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VICTORIA AND ALBERT. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

Victoria: akd albert. (Three members required.) Returning officer, Mr. .W. Johnstone, S.1L AYBES, Frederick George, farmer, Uarnjns BODEX, George, produce dealer Mount Gambler. ! CAMPBELL, Donald, clerk, Crossroads, Fnllarton.* FIND LATER, Daniel, grazier, Narra coorte. PEAEE, Archibald Henry, auctioneer, Rose terrace, Wayville.* SENIOB, William, fruitgrower, (Croy don.*

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. INTEREST TAKEN IN CANADA. VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. VANCOUVER, March 10. Ttt TiyJring reference to the Common wealth elections, .the Canadian press says that the outcome -will be watched with close interest' in -the* Dominion.1 There was a time when the general elections in any part of the British Empire aroused interest only in the -particular conntiy in winch they toot {dace. But nowadayE Brave political issues, which present themselves in .any part of the woiid, and , the-l manner in which they are pro nonnced upon, ■ are watched by large Boaiea of people, who have come to re fard them as of the highest importance ail the wor] d.

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NAVAL ESTIMATES. MYSTERY RE DREADNOUGHTS. LONDON, March 10. There seems. to be some mystery [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

NAVAL ESTIMATES. • i iUcxiSKY RE DREADNOUGHTS. ttun , IjONDOK, March 10. There seems. to be „< 10 J* Some mystery at naval estimates, as it is un the five new Dread

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REVOLUTIONIST ACQUITTED. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910

i/; Wv-'%^4^cv-. - \-:: ' ' ^XJNDON; Mtoch an. MMi&xAss . SechiaSkovBky/: :Swio * was aiaiged at ^^^ ^^BteMbiUigg^^B^ctday in! ^npndaini/irate^Iaaame r ^ceshfcovsty J»flli>8ldng^pait in TCVolSioiiary l^iFgani '^iiljn^^ka^tflmi ^1.!'---. iijSfOTfliSis0jairefei was .._.^j^pjpfcei TOt!

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