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THE SHARE MARKET. Friday Evening. London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
TfiE mm MRKET. ' "* Friday Evening. *: London Quotations. The usual few lines in,silver-lead shares »'cre nojed without any chance ip values 3>ut' for Norths, which declined 7£di feopper shares were mostly easier on Account of a fall in the metal of 12/6 per ton. Gold shares with few excep tions were -unchanged. The Stock Exchange of AdeVaide Great Fitzroy occupied the most ot opei^tors" attention, aad through the fall -of values in London they dropped 1/lQk Silver-lead, shares had : a ; very nniaf time, and the stock dealt in were only i slightly noUced, with a weaker,' ten dency in rates. In copper O.K. came next, to Great Fitzroy as regards turn over,: and closed a shade easier than previous day's prices. Other lines had light exchange at reduced values.' Tin stocks were confined to the usual chan tiels, but the business was smalL "Trad ing ih gold shares -was restricted to! a few lines,. Westralia Waihi being the "raost—prominent, rmd values ajl .round showed a slight depreci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
SPORTING WOULD. CO JUNG EVENTS.: AfaroV) 12—GawJar. J.C. 12—(Vic.). * ■12—Eijsehjll 'Kaces (X.S.W.). 4.6—Epsom Babes. (Vic.). 16—BalaklaVa and Port Wakefield R.C. 16—^e.rowie II. C. - Sarraeoorte K.C. • IT-ZjBaattiem- • J.C: SjMDfinial Bay J.C. ■ ■ ■ ISr-SsMcion. J1.C. IB—Sort Adelaide E.G.. . 19—SUwkesburj" K^ces ^Jf.S.W.). 19—Jioonee Valley Races (Vic.). 22—Qoirell E.C. 23—Slarza E.C. 26-28v50 and April 3—A.JJC. Autumn Mtg. 26—ispendale. PsrkRaees (Vic.). 26—Broken, Hill ,T-C. 28—Qnkaparuiga B..C. 26—tyilliaipstown Races (Vic.).. 2fi—taura J.C. 28—Kiidma and Wallaroo .J.C. . 28—©siBong J.C. 31—Benmark B..C..
METROPOLITAN COUNTY BOARD. COST OF INSTALLATION. HOW THE MONEY WILL BE SPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
METROPOLITAN COUNTY BOARD. COST OF INSTALLATION. HOW' THE MONEY WILL BE SPENT. The • Metropolitan County Board, un der the Food and Drugs Act, will per form the duties of the local health bodies in many particulars, leaving only the comparatively minor although exceed ingly important work to be carried out by the present board. In every in stance this should mean A saving to the individual local boards, and only in cases of corporations that do not now undertake the higher duties of health inspection,, and .the. scientific dealing with infectious d::£?ees will there be an incieased eT&ePu'irxe The total , estimated, additional expen diture is £2900, made up as follows:— Medical officer of health, £530 (to in clude travelling allowance); inspector, £210- vincluding ' £30 travelling allow ance); clerk and' assistant inspector, £180 (including £30 travelling allowance); five trained nurses, £505; bicycles for nuisos, £75; hospital charges, £500; con tribution to Kalyra Fund, £3...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
TITBF TOPICS. Raoe lie'i »ss will be held to-day at CauUjoeld fiid Gawler The programmes appeal &lt;n fi.'s issue At itoseuili tc-day the Bosehill Cup and. Raw-son Stakes, w.f.a., will be de cided. Halt / Kins Bobrikog ^ppear araosg the '■ citrants foT the Bawsan. Stakes to be run over Bine furlongs, and, Lhe pair will'probably take their place in the field; Weights for these events are [published today. " Poet Adelaide, weights will be declared on Monday.' Nominations for. the Port Pirie Racing Club meeting uu March 30 will be taken on "iliurs'day next. VFelgnts for the Kadina aild Wallaroo Jockey i luo iSsstfr Monday fixture will be issued on I^-crday. ■Special rj».e iramf will be run to-day far the l.aw.er .i' ckey Club fixture, leav-, iug Ado' i! le f"i sjavvler at 10.47 a.m., i±.ll a.ln., :md 3L-1i a.m., and returning at 5.50 p.m., 5.55 p.m., and 6.6 p.m. tfoaimitii.is for the S.A.J.O. Summer meeting i.o be beld-on April 9'close on Monday i txt at s p.m. An advertise me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
Amusements. t— f ; NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. . 3EVERY EVENING, GROTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNON, HYBLAN, & LENNON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. TG-NIGEfr, GRAND CHANGE OF PROGRAMME A New and Startling Act. TO-NIGHT. '1 1 ■ j ' 1^. T ^*** * NEW ACT. JO-NIGHT. ttU I 1 V-/ 1>1 O NEW ACI. Not Ordinary,- but Extraordinary.- - Complete New Programme by Our Great Double Company. Morrissey and Aiion, Briglitie Smith, Ted Stanley. Hoy Rene. DELEVALE AND GILBERT, STELLA REID, WILL DEYEREUX, LILY VOCSLEB, HARRY SADEN, ROSE SISTERS. Our Special Feature—New Moving Pictures by the Great MJ ORAM A. Rognlar -Empire Prices—2/, If, and 6d. Boxplan at Duhst & Biven's; book (Tng fee, 6d. extra. . GRAND.. RATIONAL CONCERT TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING. BaiMdrs Day, Thursday, March 17. ' SPORTS, --NATIONAL CONCERT, / ""^DBiLEE OVAL, EXHIBITION HALL, ALL-HAY. - AT NICHT. ; > ■ - ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. ME[?] BOCRNE. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. I MEI.BOORNE. March U. I wheat, 4/; oats, milling 2/2, foed 2/1, stout white 2/4, Tartarian k'C; bilrl.y, malting 4/1, Cape 2/7, feed 2/6; floor, £10? bran, lljd.; pollard, 1/; maize, 3/; peas, 4/E; beans, 9/; potatoes, 75/-; onions, 85/; chaff, 55/, hay, 80/; straw, Tastnanian 60/, Vitcorian 35/. . .
PRICE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
PRICE OF WHEAT. I The Acting '.trades Commissioner in "London telfc&lt;napheri at 5.40 p.m. on March '0 to the Government .—"Wheat market dull. Liverpool market dull, with easier terri-i icy. MOUNT GAWJtJS, March ID—Wheal is easier *t ?»/6 to 3/P a bushel; varying greatly in quality. There is little Barley left, and to 3/8^ is offered for best quali ty. Oats are duil at 1/8 to 2/ per bushel. Potatoes pre £4 per ton on trucks Mount Gambier. The onion market is not ac tive yet, hot £3 5/ per ton is quoted.
DESTROY FOOD: PEOPLE HUNGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
DESTROY. POOD: PEOPLE HUNGRY. The Deanfcses of capitalism b2d another exenrjffifieation last week 1*11611 a train load of potatoes .was hauled seven miles from Chicago and dumped in sand pits, there to freeze and spoil, so that the | balance of potatoes in the Chicago mar ket Alight he-eold to the poor at a higher rate. This is fully equal to the burning up of cotton to sasre the market from being plotted, or the action of the New Or leans Fruit Trusi, wirich dumped a train load of bananas along the railway north of the city and poureo kerosene oil over tier?' to keep the poor and hungry from caline them., l » If the neopie of Mars cnn loot riown i-rpon the easlb' am] sw whni ip ^oinc on f fy wowler what kind ot ds®ipbools"Ilvf> liiTt-. who work imi toil jV'yJivinjr pood i ewM by the pooplo. .md then burning them ap and destroying them, (•.-bile millions are. start-big -for them.— Duluth Labor World.