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DEFAMATION ACTION. £500 DAMAGES AWARDED. BRISBANE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

DEFAMATION ACTION. £500 DAMAGES AWARDED, BRISBANE, March 11_ The action of Messrs. Hall & Gibbs I Mercantile Agency versus Dunn and I others for defamation, was concluded to iday. The juiy returned a verdict in which the plaintiffs were awarded £500 I damages.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CZAR. A NARROW ESCAPE. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE CZAR. A NABfiOW ESCAPE. LONDON, March U. The Czar of Russia-has bad a narrow escape from a serious-accident. WWlel driving to the palace of. the Dowager Em;! press ,his -carriage came in contact withai swiftly moving street car. The unpact Tvasj severe and sharp, bnt fortunately no one! was .injured. . '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HIGH COMMISSIONER. AUSTRALIAN BANQUET IN LONDON. SPEECH BY SIR GEORCE REID. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE HIGH COMMISSIONER. AUSTRALIAN BANQUET: IN; IjONDON. SPEECHBY SIBGEOBGE EEED. LOETDOSV March 11. j. Sir Gebige Beid (Commonwealth: High Commissioner in London) "was entertained at « "banquet at the Trocadero Restau rant 'to-night by. Australians ^resident in London. ■ The-srrangemeaiB jyaa in the bands of liieABents-Gfiaerai.'Tberewiere many lii^ngnirfiiaii ,mm present. ■, ■ . The AgentGeneral for . TreThanya. (Sr. McC<31)'pEoipo8pa ''Tbe Impei^jRorees,'' and AdmSrS Sir Harry Hawson (ex-Gover nor tot.Kew South "Wales^, and General Hut ton tex-Comrnrmder-ii^Cfaief of the Com monwealth Military Forces) responded. The latter referred to Australia^ the pio neer of the Empire in matters of- dpfejicp. The Agent-General for ...New South Wales <Mr. X. Al Coghl&n), .who presided, gave "the health of Sir George Beid. He reviewed the High Comniissioner*s ca ireer iii -cordial terms, and expressed his j confident anticipation of iiis success in ■London. ... . Wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. We have much pleasure in informing' our readers that we have secured the sole right of publication in South Aus tralia of a series of articles by Ran dolph Bedford, the well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who has itist undertaken an extensive tour in the East. " The itinerary will include the Philip pines, China, Japan, Hawaii, and California, and the articles describing the tour will have special reference to the alien question. Our readers may look forward with confidence to i real -literary treat, and an able exposition tof the subject specially dealt, with.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

HE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE •'NO." Electors will "be asked to affirm or negative the financial scheme secretly formulated by the State Premiers and humbly accepted by the Federal Fu sion Government. The scheme pro vides that the States Shall receive 25/ per capita from the Commonwealth for all time. The present Customs re venue is £,2 10/ per head of popula tion, and .must decrease. If the finan cial agreement is authorised by the people, there is every ■ probability, of an iniquitous Revenue Tariff being framed, which must press heavily upon wa^ earners and consumers gene rally. In any case, such an addition to the Constitution would cripple the Commonwealth, and lead to die post ponement of' urgently needed" national works. The Labor Party do not object to the scheme as a temporary expe dient, but ask' - the people to keep it out of the Constitution. To do this, take the Blue ballot paper and vote "No."

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STATE DEBTS—VOTE "YES." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

STATE DISTS^VGTE ?YES." ' Tiie talo^-^rer lpf State ''debits by the 'Commonwealth r—-The Constitu. tion:: at;3)rf§Mt;Jjroirides that the Com monwealth "taay take^- over- i the gtate debts wM<& were ^ntrict^ -prfor.' t6 fiederaiidn:' The rdebt'^at the timfe^ iof E^eratiDii>amouiil^1:to£ig9,499,525> and thfeajipual. f '-States * have ance i^rrow«M\a nfurther £4^475,099, feoscin# in interest 134.anmialiy. Electors wll have an opportunity of authorising the CommoBwealth.to take over.; die .-whole-/of'the State debts. ,, IXhe . njiOSt enaifent financial experts affirm - that a great saving- in the; annual interest bill would result. The saving could be devoted to a sinlring- fnn^ for the purpose of ex tinguishing the debt; and the Labor Party, strongly urge electors to vote "Yes" on the brown ballot paper.

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THE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

>';'Two referendum votes will require attention on Federal election "' .flay, Apii i3, dj^liiig with alteration of die Conimonw^tfa _Coastitulion.' \i';

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

Special Advertisements. The Daily Herald. ADDRESS: 117 GEENEELLaST. ADELAIDE, SUBSCRIPTION s Delivered; One year .. .v *.£i 3 G; Six months -V •.>_> o n 6 Three months ,.-. o 5 g Posted. Onp-year — _ -J£i <> d . , Six. months o 14 6 . Three months > .r ».„ o 7 3 All literary matter, correspondence, reports, and general news matter'piust be -addressed "The Editor." *' - Accounts and all- business cotonra nications must be addressed "The Manager." '" ' TO ASSURE ATTENTION:' BUSI NESS and LITERARY MATTER MUST be, forwarded in, separate en velopes TO -DOTS iKD GIRLS, iwhoyMTiagBBriOTit. nf "He Daily Herald" ii&B&&ie aid of young Labor supporters^ ^ agmmiig. work of art will be pre ^ who ■ secures a half-year. 'subscription to «1ha Daily Herald."- 1 •,' ' Ai thfe end: of- thr*e months—from Maich!',7—the boyandgirl who have se cuiedthe largest iuunber "of BobsqiSberB vjll each receive ajv.: I . HANDSOME WATCH iis'areward fortheirinduBtry,/ t ...

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CUSTOMS ENQUIRY. LEATHER FIRMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

CUSTOMS ENQUIRY. LEATHER FIRMS. An .enquiry , was . beld on Friday bythe Collector of Customs into the alleged nn true declaraiionsby a leather manufactur ing firm in connection with five ship ments 6ubimttea . by them for , export wider the Commerce Act. section 234 of the . Customs Ac£, with - which is incor porates ;fhe Commerce Act of 1905. The penalty for making go untrue de claration is £100, and section 240 fixes the penalty at .three timet the valne ol the goods involved - in cases where the stated penalty - is jeSs than thrice ' the value. The goods ace also, liable to for feiture. Under ■the regulations of the Act '& declaration is required . by tlie ex porter to acoojnpany the not ice of inten tion to export leather, stating in the case of., sole leather the extent to which it contains any loading or any mineral or pther weighting substance, and the per centage thereof, provided that in the case of sole leather containing not more than a'total of 3 per cent, of gl...

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SHIPPING. CAPE BORDA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

itemTG. CAPE BO&D&. . Hucfa U, 2U0 ajn-—Tie ^ Federsl-Houlder v ' * ^fliire line fcteamer Safiolk & ^asEiag inwards. - Ifind, south-east, moderate. Sea eniooth. Semaphore.—Saturday; " March 11—Low water, SI a^n.; high water, fiJ.0 pjn.. ^Sunday, March IS^gfcw Water, 11.20 a.m.; •/. Mgfc watei^ 5.30 ARRIVED.—March 10. FoUn'ma, s-t 2L33B~toss, ff. van Eyken, finm ^Lycb. Oder, >Co*' agems. . . Otolites, ^BStSiX (Ox&Bg, 4,662 tone* <X» F. . -•' Healey, JL^^^Etar^lie^stern States. N. G. .*... Anderson,^Pissengeri—:5S and .286 en • ' kciite ^b ^aiXDUE .poHfi. £aooiniai?^ +Af6 tons, J. Watt, from the Jfttt8eng«»—33 saloon, 62 second saloon, -22,;£hird ^cSbSn^ and 153 en route to Wes . j , .'• tern Aatefcr&Ml %?j&&3LK. XTnmpajy, agents. -'"KyKS^ £3b* 1QSS6S tons,, K. N. Osborne, from . - Westira jUisbBlia. • £asoei2ger&^S6 saloon, 56 >' 1--»ooc^'%ak>op^r8B ^ird vrahhi, and 236 en route t :'<b|^e;%...

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DEATH OF SIS MALCOLM MCEACHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

DEATH OF SIS MALCOLM MCEACHAM. News has been received that Sir Mal colm McEacham, fixst Lord Mayor of Melbourne, died at Cannes, on the south west coast of France. Sir Malcolm, who was 58 years ot age, was head of the firm of Mcllwraith, McEacham & Co., steam ship owners. He had been aiding for some time, so his death was not alto gether unexpected. He was born in the Island of Islay, in Scotland, and when 14 years old, secured employment in the office of Messrs. Rucker Offor & Co., a London shipping firm. After being with this company for nine years, he left and formed the firm of Mcllwraith, McEach am, & Co., in conjunction with Mr. An drew Mcllwraith. It was in 1879 that the deceased gentleman came to Austra lia on the firm's business. He became largely interested in the sugar industry, and was concerned in the first sugar mill erected in Queensland. He also helped to provide Brisbane with its electric tram service. He was at one time a member of the Melbo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

Duchess Chest, 4 roomy drawers, fitted with locks and keys, bev elled mirror, in light or dark .wood; price £2 12/6. .Venetian Bedstead, full size, nicely moun ted, in nickel, heavy pillars; price £3 IS). Dining Boom Suite, of 7 pieces, consisting of 6 dining chairs and 1 arm chair, etrong and well made; price £2 18/6. « The Homemakers, b, Hindley and Leigh Streets, Adelaide*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

Amusements. WEST'S PICTURES MATINEE, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2.30. CHILDREN SIXPENCE 'JO ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE. WEST'S OLYMPIA. Under Direction „ — „ Mr. T. J. West. 300L, COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. WEST'S PICTURES. ilL The Pre-eminent and Incomparable. Assisted by L. De Green's Vice-Regal Orchestra. West's Popi lar Prices—2/, 1/6, 1/, and 6d. Children Half-price to all parts except Gallery. Boxplau and Day Sale at Dufrst & Biven's. . FRED MARSH, Manager. Business Notices. I Don't Walk op Cap it, RIDE II BIKE. Of course, the liefit Bicycle to buy is the "LEWIS." They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced Machine come and see some of the Secondhand ones we are offering. We guarantee them really good value. PLEASE QUOTE KOMlBEB, IF ORDEHI^G BY POST. Ho. 454 is ft "JAMES," 24-io. frame, recently overhauled aad pronounced Id good order £4 10 0 ■ Ko.558—B.S.A. Patts, /224s. frame, joet ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

"KOKO Stopped My - Hair Falling in 3 Days!" "Mjf Salr came*put in ftanti&rts. I was frightened ■ - n evsn to wash it. Kofco Is certainly marvellous for stopping the hair comingtxit and eradicating V : dandruff, Befare S-had used one bottle my hair started to grow^again, and'is now twice as thick as ever it was, and looks simply Icvefy—quite wavy and fluffy. Kokoisthe nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshing, exquisitely clean, and de!ightfuUy>»coa1. (Name j^rventon application). We publish this letter to-f»rove*to youuthat Koko is the clean est, coolest, most delightful preparation- for the hair possible to 1 . produce. We can say nothing to eqcal the wonderful claims made for Koko by customers (original letters will be gladly shown on request). Some tell us-their friends "Rave about it;" . others say it made their hair grow again in a few weeks; that it . cured Scalp troubles of long standing. Several have said Koko cured them of eczema of the scalp- Mothers speak ecs...

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THE WHEAT PROBLEM. HOW SHALL THE AMEBICANS BE FED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE WHEAT PROBLEM. HOW SHALL THE AMEBIC AX S BE FED. An able article in the American edition of the "World's Work" for November last by James J. Hill, one o£ the railway longs, directs attention to the rapidity with which home consumption is over taking wheat production in the United States. Mr. Hill asserts that very soon the United States, which has dominated the wheat markets for years, will noi. 1 only cease to export wheat, but will have to import large quantities to feed her people, unless an improvement in farm ing methods is adopted, and the average yield of wheat per acre doubled. . "It is as well asured," Mr. Hill states, "as any future event can be, that the population of the United States (now 87,000,000) wil be 200,000,000 in less than SO years. Where and how are we to ob tain loaves enough to feed these coming million's?" Possible increase of wheat production by increasing the acreage, Mr. Hill says, is limted. There is no longer a great area of free public lands. Some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

'The Daily Herald' Oa You Sutecrttje? re You. a Shissholder? The 3cV> Printing- Cspur-tmoit will execute yaar cnSara In the iyest style sad wltfc tlie greatest )8M«MilWaaft--c;. ■ '■■ ■ • ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

The Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote for Stoty, Guthrie, & McGregor THE LABOR CANDIDATES, Authorised by R. Blundell, Trades HalL

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BREAKWATERS AND OTHER THINGS AT GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

BBEAKWATERS AM) OTflEB :..ii THINGS AT GLENELG. j -g There w-as no question bought before > the attention of Parliament more pertina ciously during last session than the trom blesome breakwater at Glenelg. Even tually it became the standing joke of the House. Week after week, with studied ^ iteration, Mr. Smeaton blandly asked She Commissioner of Public Works the same old question, and received' the. same <>ld reply. If the business of Earliamant is to encourage comedy, then liere we hiadi some excellent fooling, for let Mr. Smea-.i ton, or any other member for that matter* ! be ever so serious and earnest in pur-\ suit of an object, the Commissioner either ? would not- or could not view the m&ttei! in the same light, and treated the House to replies which were either inconsequent - or flippant. Therefore, not 'because £ha thing itself was a. joke, but because the Commissioner seemed to regard it assuch, the House came to treat it in that, wayf top. The joke...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MINING-. —Fortnight ending February 26:—No. 6 Leyel, North—No. 1 rise advanced 16 ft.; total from;level, 36 ft.; reef-fuiLy-9 -averagevalue, 45/ pec ton. A 6ection of this reef is apparently dipgtfng to the west of level. No. 6 Level, South-—No. 1 Rise—Continued stripping reef habit to main footw&H -a fcri&er digtaoce of 48 ft.; ihe wort now completed up to No. 5 level sooth; average width of reef. 9 ft.; Talue. 46/6 per top- No. 4 Level, North.—Foot-wall Reef— Commenced crosscut cast.at a.point 22 ft. south from, the face of level; now driven 4 ft. No. 2 *Level North—Stripping of reef and retimbering of level advanced 6 ft.; total from main shaft, .160 ft. j reef 6 ft.; values, 25/ per ton. .Hinemo* Jjeasea-—Mailt shaft sunli 15 ft-; total 174 ft. from surface; reef,7 ft.; values, 14/ per ton .

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MANAGERS' REPORTS. . Boy4's Hydraulic Gold Sluicing:.—March U:— Completed partial cl&an .up at No. 1 plant; ob ..tained.127 oj., including 10 oz, 11 dwt. from pa-, tent gold siver.

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