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LABORS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
LABORS POLICY. Enemies of the Labor Party, pub» licly, privately, and through the columns of the daily press, declare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture of confiscation, robbery, red revolu tion, and communism. To allow the general public to estimate the truth or otherwise of these wild assertions, we once more publish the Labor Party platform in full:— FIGHTING PLATFORM FRANCHISE. Adult Suffrage for the Legislative Council, with the object of its ulti mate abolition. INDUSTRIAL. Compulsory Arbitration. LAND SETTLEMENT. Progressive Land Tax on the lines of New Zealand. The right of the Government to Re sume Land for Closer Settlement and Public Purposes on the valua tion accepted by the owner for taxa tion purposes, plus 10 per cent: FINANCE. Cessation of Borrowing, excep- for (i) Conversion of Loans, (2) Com pletion of Public Works already au thorised, and (3) Works which -will show interest on capital borrowed and provide for a Sinking Fucd. TAXATION. (1) Abolition of Inc...
THE TRAMWAYS. TREATMENT OF EMPLOYEES. ALLEGED INJUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
THE TRAMWAYS. treatment of employees. AEEEGED EN3TJSTICE. A statement hw been ttmm?a to tf "Daily Herald" representative to the effect that in connection with *>>a electri fication of the HinilniarsT) and Tbebar ton lines some of the employes have been unjustly treated. Our informant states that several mien, have been dismissed,, whose length of service extends over a period of three years or more. It is complained that at the same time two employes, who .have only worked the Tnist for 18 months or less, &lt;^r?e been kept &lt;vn, and that their sole quali fication for employment lies in their ability to play trmsiftfll instruments-- - both being members of the Tramways Band. Our informant adds that each of the dismissed men was a member of the Ade*' laide Electric Tramways Club, to which' they bad been contributing, and it is stated that. when joining they were informed that only permanent em ployes could become* members. Some time ago Mr. Goodman promised th...
Mr. GOODMAN'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
air. GOODMAN'S fiEPLY. Mr. uoodman stated tnat ne &aa not the faotB by him, but that he woold look them up and enquire into the On being asked whether or not the dis missed men would be entitled to compen sation at the same rate as was xaid to : the employes whose services were' pre- ' viousiy dispensed with, the general manager said that each would get a fortnight's pay in lieu o£ notice ; would be paid for anyholidays doe.
TRAINING NOTES. Morphettiville. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
; 2KAIN1NG NOTES.. I ; T* • ■* ^Morphetfcville. , i The track was fetili somewhat heavy at Slorpiieiiville on Thursday morning. ttbe BagaiL and Bandion went.five fur longs in company in 3 m- 9s. • Naxrinyeri and: - Fortune strode over -a anile in Jm. 59b, Tradesman and Koorine xah the last four'of five furlongs in 56is_, siria ItaaWant. went at three^parts pace over " 3 'mile, Jiiit Scintillation , was not ex ' jaajflfid. Cooiiabar got over seven furlongs in 3m. 35s^ Byton doing the'-same journey in. 2m. 361s., while Baxter and 'Goodwood .registered a quarter -of a second less. (Henlyon can a mile at; three-quarters pace, Slippery: going a furlong less in Jm. £5s. * • Xte Greet and Lycurgus worked Strongly over a mile; Lord Malion ran the same journey at even time j»ait, and Hayrick covered a sitniiaj- distance in lm 57s. Gtmtawangowas equal i6 siz furlongs in lm. 22£s.Steelbone weiit seven in 3m. SOs.^-.an.i Phonajo affil AH^Calors - finished on terms aP the. conclusion of .tialf a...
TU[?] TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
TtJ^P TO!ICS. j| It happens occasionally thai the Cham pion Stakes, which is run on the conclud ing day of the V.R.C. Autumn meeting, and for which only a few but the best horses ate generally entered, is a farce. For the greater portion of the race the field takes -its own time to cover the course. Such was the case this year when the field of three took nearly nine min utes Co cover the distance. of three' rmlpc, to thfe: disgust of the spectators. A very ingenious solution - of the prob lem of ending these exhibitions has been offered to the racing authorities by a Melbourne sportsman. - He suggests that 1 the club should run a horse of its own ; fa this event, and thus 'force the other ' entrants to race in a proper manner. ' If a horse belonging to thb-jclub should' threaten' to win by half a rnile then, per haps, the remainder ofthie,fieId - might become alive to their Tesponsit)ilit.ies sad act,accordingly, : . ; On SEbnday nest Mr. A, O. Whiting ' ton wijl' receive entries f...
ROWING. INTER STATE TEAM, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
OWING. INTER STATE TEAM, The following bare been chosen bytbe ' selectors (Messrs A. J. Grays05, J. H. Clouston.. and S. C. Stenning) to practise for the eight-oar ctampionship race, to 1 be held this year in Tasmania.:—T. A- j YThyte ifercantil-:'. E. F. Doyle (Mercan tile), E. A. Luxm >->re (Adelaide), R. A.! Joyner (Adelaide! J. L. Sandford (Ade laide), S. S. Ringwood (Adelaide), W. G. Wigg (Pert), C. W. O. Oswald (Port), J. E. Osborne (Port). The coxswain will be \V. S. Webb, of the Port Adelaide crew, w]k> is thoroogji ly experienced, having already steered in. two inter-State races
ONKAPARINGA KINGSHIP. UNPLEASANT EIRING CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
! ONKA.PARi.NGA KINGSHIP. i : [\\~PLEASA\T iv'RTXG CONDITIONS. The Kingship '.reeling of the Onkapa rinea liiHe Club was hel&lt;i on Saturday. The wea.her was inclement. Although the eiHi.es very small in number, in Urr«.-»i in ihe affair was pronounced, several of the i le" &lt; lest ritie shots in the Slate competing. The range over which iIk- Kii!,r.-=hip competition is shot is 200 yards. The first pla.ee fell to a member of the Metropolitan Ilifle Club in the person of ]]. The winner, al-1 though \oung, has several good perform-1 aiiC'jr? to his ored'. On Saturday, out of i a possihJe 155 he scored 146. The shooting j wir.jld. u. donbL i :ive been better had | the weather been more favorable. r-i.'M-os:— ; IVx-'Aiis "75 71 146 ' \V. I"i'-!-Jing 73 68 141 !. J\ !>n;:en 70 71 341 V/. 1 Villi . 67 72 139 •» liohrtodi 70 65 135 V.. Snwlir 63 *70 133 ('MlT! -H. N*it5=i-Ii1-. 66, 67-333; H. i3. 65 i 12 ; \V. V.k*\ 07, 6*-131 ; r. U f>5, 04-12?); v.. l\ Murcb. 63,...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
RIFLE SHOOTING. The South Australian Affiliated Rifle I Clubs' Association will hold their annual matches at the Port ranges on Tuesday and Wednesday next, March 15 ar>&lt;l •under the patronage of the Military Com mandant. Entries dosed on ■ Alarch 4. Commandant has notified his intention to grant free railway passes to all mem bers of the South Australian Affiliated llifle Clubs' Association, who enter for at least two matches on the programme. A strict cheek will be kept on all passes is sued, and any abuse will be dealt with by the local military authorities. The programme-is as follows:—March 15, No. 1, The Murch, ranges 200 and 300 yards, 7 shots; first prize £4. No. 2, The Daw son, 500 and 600, 7 tsbots; first £5. No. 15, The Sir E. T. Smith Coronation Trophy '&lt; value £25); 50 prizes to be allotted j competitors whose aggregate scores in the j Murch and Dawson are the highest, i March 16—No.. 4, The Dog's. Head Cup (value £75), ranges 600 and 700, 7 shot...
ONKAPARINGA WEIGHTS. Run March 28. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles and three and a half chain [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
OMAPARIXGA WEIGHTS. Run March 28. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles and three and a half chain St. lb. „ 11 12 S!jiver MghUlght II 12 Vudnapinna .. KabbihijiokltE. M U 3 Kairinveri. Alaunce - - .T 11 3 Master Fisher. Portligbt . _ „ 11 3 Thumjer _ _ Confederate 11 G Cbeval Royal Motion . _ 10 12 Pencil..." ~ " Lord Desmond _ 10 10 Hazy MnVn Harvest. — 10 9 Solitarian.. _ Waihoku ^ ^ 10 6 St. Andrew _ Bloodin .. _ 10 4 Locking „ Sf? ■ - - 10 4 The Gorge _ Bngbt Mist _ _ 10 2 Rufus.. .. _ .. 10 0 Apoplexy.. Seclusion », Old Psrd.. _ J 10 0 SSiiotte ZaI King.. Donoybrook Lyric - 9 13 - 9 13 B4 . ..-9 12 Verm*. Macumba g u ijcsemHanro T Camarilla $ XI ON KAPA3RXNC A CUP. One mile and three furlongs. ..9 0 Grline .. _ Kooringa .. YVainuna .. Desunist . Scintillation Timotby .» Iliad .. „„ Topedi.. .. Metal Qaeen Scrutiny .. Tiercel . VentuJist.. Spinaway.. &lt;".arl Zen.n King Pa»1 j EUersi.ene II Zona Dare. 9 3 Monte 8 9 Permian .. 8 7 The Tinman _ 8 7 Sedan 8 7 Ben Miller .. 8 6....
GAWLER JOCKEY CLUB MARCH MEETING. NOTES AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
GAWXJ3R JOCKEY CT,UB MARCH MEETING. NOTES AND SELEOTrOXS. (By "Tori:.") The Giwrler .Torrkoy O'ub Lff.aroh Mect vN;:>, no ^h-rn^ub*Vol AS usual, provide a good day's sport- As will be noticed t>y the advertisement in lu^i icsuti, tiK: dun oifsr the use of their steeplechase course for Gakapasinga can didates, and a trial gaUop will probably take place before the last race is run. -'The lisiiai special race trains nin as follows;—To trawler, 10.47-.aJfajji ii il a.m., and Ild3 a.m.; returning tbj Adelaide at S.3G p.m., &55 p-m., and 6.t> p.m. ' The following names have been approved of by the committee as amateur riders:—Jt, 1L McGahan, W. Malleii, H. Elliott, W-Homann, G. G. Doyle, H; M- ^McDonald, AT. Bax, T. Ludga&e, T. OHeflly, 33. H. O'Beilly, C. Jones, L. K. Ralston, M. Farrell, J. O'Neill, P. H Boag, K. I*. CoUey, S. "W. Skevzsgion, K. M. Cudmore, S. Dreyer, A- T. Moody, J. 3kL - Bache, i. Goyder, F- H. Trott, P. Taylor, J. D- O'Dea, and J. P. O'Dea. w...
BALLARAT TURF CLUB RACES. BALLARAT, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
BALLAKAT TURF CLCB RACES. BALLARAT, March 10. | The first day's racing of the Ballarat Turf Club's autumn meeiing \vas held to-day in de lightful weather. There wae a large attend ance. Results:— FIRST" HURDLE RACE. , Sea Gem, 10 st. 10 lb. (Sutton) 1 Go On, 10 et. 13' lb. (Fennessy) 2 Only two placed. Other starters—Larpent, Sea Name. Beating—5 lo 4. against Sea Gem and Go On, 6 to 1 Larpenr, 10 io 1 Sea Name Won by a length. Time, 4tn. 3s. MAIDEN PLATE. Bolan (Andrews) .. » 2 Retsevrab-(Clark)• ~ .. 2 Miss Prim (Sutton) ~ 3 Other starter—Late Thought. Betting-—3 to 1 on Miss Prim, 7 to 2-against Bolan, 20 to 1 others. Won by half a length, with one length be tween second and third. Time, lm, 12s. BALLARAT CUP. Attic, 6 et. 7 lb. (Bird) 1 Mother Goose, 8 st. 5 lb. (Lewis) 2 Firostick, 8 st. 11 !b. (Stewart) 3 Other starters—Blind Harry. Lady Hova, Bes semer, .Winch, Katanga, Fairy Sleep, and Theatre. ' Betting:—2 io .1 against Mofhrr Goose, 3 to 1 Flrestick. 6 to '1 Fairy Sleep, 10...
KADINA AND WALLAROO J.C. NOMINATIONS. Run March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 11 March 1910
KA.DINA AXD WALLAROO J.C. NOMINATION'S. Run March 28. Hurdle RiCC.'—The S^vril. Gold sitid uiacb.! Kadina, Herdsman. Master C»ift. St. ^ Andrew. Commonwealth Handican.—Sir Million, Shan*' rock, The Castaway, Tronto. Celerity, Sfayiie Bawn, Cd^itano. Gutisoiunl. llcscAve. l^ord Koran. Timothv. "Zona narov. Kismw II.. Floramel. Fiyini* Handicap.—Sir AJiJIinn .Olenalla, Sh30i' rook. Herdsman, Mi?? a-niuror. Vitoria. floret, Maxita. Ucsoive. Lord Koran, Timothy Zona Dnr&lt;\ Vlo-imol. Jumper*' Hat.—'The Swell, Wakefield, Kadina, Ros'.iv. Si. A)"3r&lt;nv. ToiaJisatnj- Handicap.—Sir Million, Cannon; Shanirofii. The Castawav. Trento. Shylie Bawn, Walkabout. Kastor Gift. C«Mority. Gapitano, Lord Koran. Timoiliv, Zona Daro, Bright Fori int. Time Handicap Trot .—Sirocco. Lftn&tans Bolls. Patchon Rolls, 'Footprint. Carbine. Colin. Kntn l*on. 1'et-nr. Ueponia. Van Tromp. Tho Giftr Star, Bnllor, 31i*s Himn. Swift Boy. Blue Daniilw. Ponto. Burkoye, Bella, Kennv, Era Junior...