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THE SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
the spoimxti would. March. 12—Gavler 3.0. 12—V.A.T.C. (Vic-). 12—Rosehill Races (X.S.W.). 16—Epsom Races (Vk-.i. 16—Balaklava' and Port Wakefield B.C. 16—Terowie H.C. 1617—Narracoorte R.C. 17—Southern Y.Jf.3.C. 17—Denial Bav J.C. 18—Loxton B.C. 19—Port Adelaide E.C. 13—Hawkesbuiy Races (X.S.W.). 19—Moonee Valley Races (Vie.). 22—Cowell S.C. 25—Burra R.C. 26-28-30 and April 2—A.J.C. Autumn Mtg. 26—Aspendale Park Slaves (Tie.). 26—Broken Hill J.C. 28—Onkaparmga B.C. 28—Williamstown Races (Vic.). 28—Laura J.C. 28—Kadiria and Wallaroo J.C. 28—Penong J.C. 31—Renin a rk- B-C.
STANLEY. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
^TAXLEY. »;mee ii]ta:::>vr5 ivt;airui1.) ^ Iifctursiing Officer, Mr. J. H. Sim-lair, £.M» COLE, William Jaines Coupor. priir.":-. Laura. JJLXCA^f, Kos/uli: U'il; i. Laura."* GOODE, Clarence, former, \Y»iSiuo;ii'in. Park." ^ A0K>'0\. I f ? rr\% ia'ooror. J 'hilling strc^i, Souih^'ari;.* McDO.NAi.iJ, Arihur KUiot, a^ent, Cc.I lov.'io. ZuENZIE, D^:jca:^. ("laro. Sl'UPSOX. Tlio:r.ns Currie, blacksmith, Solomontovn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
~zi Ei '^U33 ezurr: PACK! G FREE. Safe Delivery guaranteed C! r\ y- ^7 Ci o I V o «n*. &lt;r> ^8 You are cordially invited to walk througli our Furniture Arcade and inspect our stock, even if site, six; Dimee,^Ghairs and one Arm Chair. Price, yoll do not wish to buy. d5jg||B&ffifiroalI Chairs are 15s. 9i each. For the convenience of those i vho cannot do their shopping in the daytime, our Arcade is open until 9 o'clock every Friday Evening. TJxe " Daisy" Suite, of six pieces, solid Blackwood frames, highly polished, spring seated, upholstered in superior tapestry and plnah. Price, £7 10s. CASH OR TERMS. Peraml ISpestry, VJomplete . . f&M-g. Open till 9 p.m. Fridays,,closed Saturdays at t p.m. Write for Illustrated Catalogue—it's free. Patf The Home Make Hindley & Leigh Adelaide.! Support Loeal Industry. The TOBAGGO COMPANY OF S.A., LTD., Are Manufacturers of the following Brands of TOBACCO and CIGARS:— r Cavalier, light or dark American Pride plug ...
THE [?] DE[?]T A P [?]ING D[?]TION No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
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ROWING. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
ROWING. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the committee of the South Australian Bowing Association was held at the Exchange Hotel on Thursday evening, and the ohaimnan of the associa tion (Mi. W. G Alild) presided over a good attendance o> delegates. A discus sion took place on the type of boats to be used in tub laces at the forthcoming regatta to be hefr on the Torrens Lake on March IS, and it was resolved to ask the Adelaide Club committee to lend their Jboats for, the occasion- With regard to the Maiden Half-rigged Race, it was agreed to reqaa-t the Torrens Club to lend its boats. The secretary announced that- the Adelaide Club had generously offered to place its clinker boat and boat house at the service of the inter-State crew i -r training purposes. The offer was thanktnJly accepted. The appointment of a coach for the inter-State crew was deferred Mr. A. 3. Grayson was ap pointed pro. tern The drawing for posi tions wa? carried out, and resulted as followa:— Maiden Talis (...
NORTHERN TERRITORY. (Two members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
NORTHERN TERRITORY. (Two members required.) | BOURNES, William James, laborer, Golden Golly. BROWN, John Alexander Vailes, vig neron, Brighton. CRUSH, Thomas George, licensed vic tualler, Brock's Creek.* | GILES, Alfred, pastoralist, Bon Rook. JAMES, Francis, miner, Pine Creek.
FLINDERS. (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
FLINDERS. (Three members reauired.) Returning Officer, Mr. W. J. Hinde. S.M. BDRGOYNE, Thomas, architect. Nor wood.* DAEBY, Harry William, farmer, Port Lincoln. MOSELEY, James Grey, farmer and grazier, Woolundunga, near Port Augusta. O'LOGHLIN, James Vincent, journalist, Hawthorn. TEAYEES, John, farmer, Wayville.* TREASURE, Oliver, farmer. WaTraita Yale. TWOPENNY, Edward No well, farmer and grazier, Quora. WARREN, Edgar Hampton, ■ farmer, Woodville.*
ANNA GOULD. APPEARS IN A FREENCH COURT. ORDEE FOR PAYMENT OF ANNUTTY. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
APPEABS IN A JPEENCH COURT. ORDEE FOB-PAYMENT OF . AHNjimri _ / IiQHDOK, March 10. , Xne Oacaresse de Talleyrand^ who was formerly Ifffes A^na Gould, dangfofor 'of 4be late- Jay jGonld, i&e-American mil lfojairp, -and who . has -figured previously ™. A—^Y!SgSrc°?3^ has -been ordered ftp TwRmsl ta?^zis t6 continue #ie %aymBiit=ol n'-£3J2d % - jear'- to the parents pFher late husband, Count BonL Shortly after her marriage with Count ®tmi* Ehe contracted to pay >i»»n this amount.^ -The-Court .also made an order Ste 4he1payiiient of £2720 arrears." '
WALLABOO (Three members required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
\r4T.r.Attnn (Three members reouiren.; ALLEN. Peier. farmer, Kadina.* CRAJftiE, Edward John. miner.; Eoonla. i DAYliY. John Vinoe, farmer, Yoii:e town. HRRBEET, John Frederick, carpemor. Wallaroo. SHORT Arthur, apent. East Adelaide. TOSSELL. Jlenrr George. ?r.->Hlan&lt;i. VEHRAN, Jolm, miner, Ballaral Row. Moonia.* WINTER, Alfred Edwin, miner, Ka dina.*
SENSATIONAL MUTINY. SAILORS TRY TO WRECK STEAMER. HAND-TO-HAND FIGHT VANCOUVER, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
:; .^mciim, -- SAHiOBS TRY TO WfiECK STEAJMEfi. r> ..' - J HAjrD-TO-HAlTD FIGHXi • ■■■ • - - ' • ;rf ' : ". - - VA3JCOUVEE. March 10. • A sensational mutiny is stated, to have taken plaefe on a. Chicago-owned'-'- fishiog Bteanjfir ia the vicinity of Puget Sound, neaT iW^shiington, tLB-A...-, ^ became~Viiffiati^fied ahdre ftjoed 'l^jyooaiiaue work. ,^ -Jti is&alleged Uiat";theyrtriedto run the steamer on U^jaot^siamdfotight ,hand to land with ttte-mate. i Briring. ahe' iSmble^tfi^^eixe less telegraph - ^.operator on board- .was %J^fired;±bstaiidbyMd^ve~the-caiIfor iieip if file captain conrfdsjed-'it Tneees •saiy to place theentire crew nniW arrest. |W V . t-CT c*-z-irr:i "
COMMONWEALTH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
COMMONWEALTH CLUB. The proposed establishment of a Commonwealth Ciub is likely to be. come a reality, as over go professional and business men are already on the membership roll, and other applica tions are being received. A meeting' is to be held in the Mayor's Panor on March 15, in the afternoon, to pass the constitution and elect officers. S:r John Gordon has been nominated as President of the club. Inspector Burchell, of the Adelaide division of the police force, is at pre sent away on bis annual leave, and Sub-Inspector Edwards (chief of the Port Adelaide police is undertaking' his duties. While Sub-Inspector Edwards is in Adelaide, Corporal E. Mullins has charge of the Port Adelaide police. Mr. T. Gepp, S.M., has recovered from his recent illness sufficiently to enable him to resume his duties. H> returned to his usual pJace at the Port Adelaide Court yesterday morn ing:. The supplementary Commonwealth rolls for the division of Adelaide beinR now reddy, copies may~be~ntrtam...
POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
POINTS FOR ELECTORS, 'Civic" writes:—"Is history to repeat ilXiii'3 Will Una present £re&siir>;J ^ilr. jiu'.ici) again" adopt a policy oi reirencii i;itui. in tJi&lt;; Public Service, "as he did in tii'- depailmenis under his coni.ro! some i:vt or fix years' back* It was resorted to tii^n in order to avert taxation from the class best, able to bear it. Let the sen-ice run no risks so that it behoves the service to vote solidly against those can didates'who are in favor of thfe Govern ment policy." The progressive land tax has frequently been designated as a piece of robbery or confiscation—but is not robbery of a more heinous nature taking place to-day? The estate of Yongala, repurchased by the Go vernment and allotted to farmers, for merly contributed a very insignificant sum in the principal lines of public reve- : nue, viz., customs, land tax,' district ■ council rates, and railway freight. But"! since repurchased its returns show quite j a different condition....