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THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
- y'i r T»A-KT&lt;fe.VA, Marph B.—-Rain, politics, tend '~&ip Daily Herald" are the three fciaSiwEtsng: topics - .at present. House ' C^-^wMfirs 'lggpgrall> rejoice in replenished jsagpiies, . which were getting very aird .the jmcrmurs' and /bitter com i >ag3inEt ilje Government for not •\s~ a .water scheme for this im tora and "district, will ease off .till next summer. To use. an tl.(; water question has Jncaing cue of late. Politics are the tepjperatore of the com-: ,-sca&Jn a "few instances the glass ! -wry nearly boiling point. jsnWi efcera in this particular _ycra:ti«deahii6. serious .storms ahead j^XSiiersiifed with certain political; * ''•'"es.' *33ie Daily Herald'*- Hong ,!&n^ acferivtd, sad Teceived" a warm -2.1 "Ifcs Iiaily- Herald""has ap not as,' a ^ visitor, bufcas a . per _t reeidaii, and will prove a de bcaSi -to .B^laklava and the ' State SfiBGBSTA,' Maich The body ^tfioGqyi ian "eidedy. ,.41130, :mas ~ y,mocrmig:r&lt;m&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
McNeill's. ™>- issof FIBST-CLASS PHOTO SJTOJIOS. diraSly poeite Poy &' OihBOtfs, Bundle etwot. on>Tf ~ ADDRESS. Wt fcMir. tiu.bPtocfa Studioc offer-—12 Sapexior^CABITTBT ^PH^XOS, iipjSltiJ f group of .3, with large Bromide! l'arfcrwt)10/6^Y 12 AZCTFAXaS-EAlE^-i^ iiuasame SR " Portrait, 15/; JMr.aTttTCKP 3POBmU3S;: 376 tndk;
NUEIOOTPA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
NUEIOOTPA SHOW. For many years the townspeople of Tanunda and Nuriootpa have worked in. conjunction with the Barossa A.H. and F. Society, in the holding of the-annual show, but owing to a resolution having been carried at the last annual meeting, "That in future all shows be held in Nu riootpa," instead of alternately in each town, Tanunda has been practically cut off, and determined to run on its own ac count. The people oif Nuriootpa promo ted their own show this year, and it was held on Wednesday. Several circum stances combined to militate against the affair. The heavy raiii ot the past few: days affected it most,and the murder of the daughter of Mr. Seward Flush, a pro minent member and "exhibitor of the so ciety, also helped to mar its success. Then, again, the vintage was to start on Thursday, and all the bands that could be got were out cutting gTapes'xeady for. delivery the first thing on Thursday morn-! ing. The secretary -(Mr. Montague T. Ellis), and a hardworking committ...
PROSPEROUS TAILEM BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
PROSPEROUS TA.II.tai BEND. . -TATr.WM BEND, March 10.—Some eight years ago travellers passing rXhroughtiiis place would have had no difficulty.'" in counting the number of dwelling houses son their linger^' but with the advent of the-ppening .lip of the Pinnaroo hundreds and the construction of the railway line to that district, the scene has altogether changed. Township blocks that were originally -bought for from -£2 10/: toi; £5 ftre.now Belling for as much as £i00- a -pluck ?bf quarter afire; ,The building "trade is exceptionally brisk. Mr. G. 5iaae, of MuiTay Bridge, contractor, lias In hand the erection of a large dwelling house and store for Mr. Hallitlay, and Slso" the erection of the new public fcchool and dwelling. ■ Messrs. Jennings "and Parnell, carpenters and contractors, are erecting a stare and dwelling house for Mr. E. Packer, photographer, _&e. Mr. Mitchell, of the Tailenj Bend Hotel, is having extensive alterations and1 addi tions to his premises to cope wi...
THE LIQUOR TRADE. LOCAL OPTION POLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
THE LIGUOR TRADE. LOCAL OPTION POLLS. With the approach of tbe general elec tions and aJso the time for holding lopal option polls in .various districts, there is evidence of ah increasing interest in the local option"question. The Temperanpe Side. When spoken to yesterday Mr. X Dele hanty (secretary of the S.A. Temperance Alliance), said that from the temperance advocates* pbint- of view there was an en couraging amount of interest being taken 'in the forthcoming poll. The re ports supplied by the canvassers and the supporters of the movement, showed that clearly. Hehad found that a number of people who were not total abstainers had declared their intention of voting for a reduction in the licensed houses of the city. They had been prompted in this de cision by the rettent disturbances in con nection wfth" the local option meetings. Ther licensed toictualters had attributed the disturbances to the alleged utterances of Mr. Schafer at Broken TTiTl, that 7/ per day-was sufficient rem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
NEW SEASON'S FRodels : : No efforts have been spared by our buyers to secure the Latest and Best Millinery Goods in the World's Principal Markets. This you will be con vinced of if you will but favor us with a visit. _ You will be as tounded at Our Fa mous Law Prices. Our Ready-to-Wear Milli nery is Our Special Feature NeW Season's Dress Goods at our Famous Low Prices. We may have shown Beautiful Dress Materials other' seasons, but this season we eclipse all other shows. We invite you to inspect. TWEEDS.—The laStest in Tweeds, both striped and fancy, beautiful shades, at Our Famous Low- Prices, .173, l/4i, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yard. NEW CAMBRIDGE CLOTH.—This is a fairly weighty Plain Cloth, very service able, and fashionable, in Brown, Green, Navy Elate, Wine, 42 in., 8/11 dress of six yards. VENETIAN CLOTH.—This is a special - purchase in Navy only, 40 in., 1/9 yard.' COATING SERGES,—In Navy, Brown, and Green, 40 iri-, Otir Famous Low Price, 1/3 yard. CASHMERE .-SERGES.—Special value, al...
LITERABY NOTES. ("The Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
LITERABY NOTES. &lt;"The Daily Herald" Special.) Lord Hugh Cecil, the able exponent ot Toryism "id High Churchism, has is sued, strange to Bay, a work on Liberty and Authority. TTiw main purpose in rushing into print seems to have been to cross swords with John Stuart Mill* in which encounter, needless to say, the -me mory of Will does not suffer:— "It is absolute liberty," he says, ^"to wards which humanity is moving," a statement which might lead lis to suppose that he embraced the gospel of Tolstoy, and, lil-p the great Russian 'humanist, would be prepared to carry the principles of liberty to their logical conclusion. But he is not even prepared to practise his creed sufficient to concede the fran chise. Some it would appear are'jcpt al together fit for liberty, for, he says, '*,na turally those who have gone least far upon the journey are less fit for the en vironment of perfection than those who have gone further." How far the bril liant son of the late Marquis of Sali...
REV. C. E. SCHAFER INTERVIEWED. REPLY TO MR LORD AND MR. SHERIDAH. "A BASE UNTRUTH." BROKEN HILL, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
REV. C. E. SCHAJFEB INTERVIEWED. REPLY TO MB- LORD AND MR. SHBBIDAH. >▲ BASE-WIBtrTH." BROKEN HTTJi, March 11. The Bev. O. K. Schafer, when inter viewed. to-day in, reference to the state ment made by Mr. J. Lord &lt;President ol the Licensed. Victuallers' Association) thai he had said at Broken Hill that the miners should' not get 7/ a day, stated that Mr. Lord's statement was a base un truth. He referred Mr. Lord to the 'files of the "Barrier Truth," which reported his address fully. Jle further referred hiin to any resident, including the publi cans, who were on the Barrier during the industrial trouble. In reference to Mr. Hugh Sheridan's statement, that Mr. Schafer had said to the mob, that if they kept out of hotels they could live on 7/ a day, Mr. Schafer stated that this also was untrue. He're-; ferredjkfr. Sheridan to the people of-Bro-, ken Hill, as to whether he ever made such; a statement. ' Se challenged Messrs. Lord and Sheridan together, to prove their accu...
ROSEHILL RACES. Run To-day. RAWSON STAKES. One mile and a furlong (Weight for ace.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
ROSEHILL RACES. Run To-day. RAWSON STAKES. One mile and a furlong (Weight for ace.} Metograph, b « .2 ib.; Blue Book, a2; i FJaxeiif b.(j; Perkeo, 9.0; Encfaacteur, 8.U: I Bobrikuif, ti.13; Hoax, 8.11; Irishman, 8.11; 1 King, 8.4; Damio, 6.4; ftadir, 8.4; San Pedro. I 8.1; Britain, 6.0. 1 BOSEtULL CUP. One acd a quarter miles. Malt King, 9 st. 12 lb.; Barailan, 900: Fla vuuu6, fl.7; Irish-man, 9.7; Blue Book. 9.5: Flaxen, 9.5; Hoax, 9.5; Enchanteur, 9.2; Jleto graph, S.O; Plunder, 8-8; Proportion, 8^i: White Stor, 8.6; Rose Ailie, a£; Marlee, 8.6; Lady Wilde, 8.6 Vavasoc, 8.5; Little Lad, 8.5; Kurin gai._8.0; Beau Vive, 8.0; Little lad, 8.0- Dal rjrople, 8.0; Britain, 1.12; Didus, 7.12; Chtinadc, 7-12; Daoilo, 7.12; Gaby, 7.10; Call Boy 7.10 Duke ot Clarence, 7.7; Achillean, 7.7; Footpad' T.7 ; Wee Laddie, 7.S; Quentin, 7.5; Jinnee, 7J5; &a£rai;o, 7.5; Asturias, 7.5; Ore Pan, 7.5; Black ???se.r&lt;lrcludi11® 10 Ib" Pe^lty). 7.3; Neirbo, 6.12, Marcotioa, 6.12 ; Diabol...
CRICKET. B GRADE, TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
CRICKET. .. B GRADE, TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Neutral Ground.—Adelaide v. Linden Park. Adelaide—J. Ardill, H- Stuckcy. E Tuckey, A- D. G. Sands, H- B. Daw kins, H. Hall if yy, E. McCarron, A. B. Toms, J. Pickup, E. Coombe, A. Wohlen ooig, and J. Hichardson.
SINGLE TAX COLUMN. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
SINGLE TAX COLUMN. m (Published by Arrangement). * Key Note.—Whe&lt;. I, therefore, propose as the simple yet sovereign remedy, wfcicn will raise wages, increase the earn- . ings of capita1, extirpate pauperism,' abolish poverty, give remunerative ^m-j ploytnent to whcever wishes it, aSord1 free scope to human powers, lessen' crime, elevate mcralj, and taste, and in telligence, putif'' government and carry civilisation to ret nobler heights, is—to abolish all taxation save that upon land values."—Henry George. ( In commencing a series of articles on the single tax it is advisable to stale in clear and systematic form its Tnain prin ciples, so that rerders can readily follow further details and will, know precisely what is meant. For. while to understand this science "requires no tools, no «p&lt; paratus. no spwial learning," it does need me cistinc~;ve characteristic, vi&g to cultivate i hf* Labit of clear thinking, j A reply by Henry George, reprinte# from t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
P A T B I C £ ' S EVE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, at 8 pjn., t>be UNITED HUSH LEAGUE will celebrate the ' NATIONAL. FESXrVA,'. at the OLD EXCHANGE CAPE, ' PXRJE STJiKET. - Patriotic Speeches by Icaaing Pufelie -Me&. — Irish National. Music Irish National Songs Irish Jigs and Reels. Tickets, 2/ each. E. J. McAUSTEEt, Hon. Secretary. O T. j V
TO-DAY'S GAWLER MEETING. Progranme and Selections. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
TO-DAY'S GA.WJ3BB MEETING. TProgr.-i 'lime and1' Selections. HANDICAP HOBDLE BACK Two mil eft. at lb. ! Bright Mist.. .. 10 9 Warrior 6 3 j Hotspur 10 7 Cameron 9 3 . Spcl»s7on 10 7 Buftia B 2 Yudnepiona,*. 10 0 Young Enfield. ..9 0 , Spoonful .. .. ... 9 10 Deetiiie .. .» .. 9 0 I Decoy 9 5 Easter. Gilt .. .. 8 43 1 St. Andrew .... 9 6 'N« SECLUSION or, YUDNAPINNA liAOTlCAP TRIAL STAKES ,. Seven fLrlenga. &ord KAfan ... 9.0 Tffltft _ 7 5 The Tinman 8 12 Sarcastic 7 4 Baxter 8 10 Gaslight .. .. i, 7 4 Arcftirns .♦ .. 8 7 Flaveria "7 3 Leap Year. .. .. & 4 Steel bone 7 2 Hupara.&lt;8 4 Vitoria.. 7 0 Celerity 8 .2 A.L.T .. 7 0 St. Leonard .. .. 7 12 Mystic Maid .. .7 0 Brooktoa;.. 7J.0 Battle Bridge. ■ 7 0 'Miss Florence. 7 6 Tradesman. .. .. 7 0 Kooririe .. .. .. 7 5 KTJPARA or lH E TIN-MAN may win. MODERN ATHENS HANDICAP. One aud a quarter miles. Carlton 8 2 Kismet II 7 i Elleretene II. . .. 8 0 Fastness 6 12 Monte Matto .... 7 9 Grey Dawn .... 6 7 "Workmaste...
TO-DAY'S CAULF[?]ELD PROGRAMME. MARONG HURDLE. Two miles and 64 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
TO-DAY'S f AULF.ELD PROGRAMME. M\RONG HURDLE. Two miles and 64 yards. Vernier. .. „ .. The Sun . .. ^ Silvery Port .. .. Lord Desmond M Acer .. .. st. U>: . st. lb. 12 5 &lundn&lt;ia 9 5 11 9 Cbeval ...*,..9 0 10 11 Benbasrb - .,>,9 0 . 10 3 Apoplexy „ .. „ 9 0 10 5 Gfeoboe . ....90 / ORBONG TWO-YEABMDLD. Six furio&gs. Blairgoue ... .. .♦ 9 0 5fry Nance.. u 7 3 Danaus. «« ... 8 U Ebeims. .. ,,.,7 3 Bobadea .. „ .. 8 9 Helton. . „ „ 7 J Vita- . „ 7 1^ Goolagunyah ...73 L&ngtnun .. 7 11 St. Bob 6 13 Higgling , 7 U Boiling Stone. .. 613 Sacre .. „ M M 7 9 Bostra 6 13. Pay Too .... M 7 8 Similarity.. _ 6 9 Pendulous.. _ ^ 7 7 Carcanet .. .. 6 9 The Earl .. .... 7 3 Ocsa .. .. .... 6 7 . . ST. KILDA CUP One mile and three fnrlongs. Orline .. ... ....9 5 Matoiir^ —. 7 5 Dhobi.. 8 7 Active 7 3 Yarrabar \. .. ^ 8 7 Iliad t: 7 3 Carl Douar-^r. .» 7 13 Eighteen Carat ..7 3 Morcga. .-*r. .... 7 13 Francis..—. 7 3 Seaton Dale.. •• 7 11 'Winteriga.-r .... 7 ...
BALLAEAT TURF CLUB MEETING. BALLARAT, Match 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
BALLAEAT TDEF CLUB MEETING. I - BAUjASAT. Match IL 1 The Ballarat Turf -Club autumn meefing at the Dowling Forest Course was brought to* a conclu sion to-day There was a moderate attendance, and the weather was fine. Results:— SECOND HURDLE RACE ' Sea Gem, 10 st. 13 lb. &lt;Sutton} - .. -- 1 Go Onk 10 st 10 U».'(Pemies6y) — 2 LarJ>ent, 9 st. (Coogan) * -- .. 3 Only thtee starters. Betting—Evens Go On, 5 to 4 against Sea Gem, Won by six lengths; had third. Time, 4m. TRIAL HANDICAP. Brian, ? fit. 10 lb. (Andrews) .'. », 1 Right 0, 8 at. 1 lb. (Doyle) 2 Retsevrah 7 at..5 lb. (Bolton) .. .. 3 Other starters—Obed, Athol Park. Betting-—2 to 1 gainst Bolant 3 to 1 Reteevrah, 7 to 2 Right O, 5 to 1 Athol Park, 10 to 1 others. 'Won - by three lengths, with two lengths be* twfeen tecond and third. Time, lnu lis. BAT.HAUSEN HANDICAP. Winch, 7 sL 3 lb. (Doyle) 1 Macphcraon, 3 6t 4 lb. (Cusdis) 2 Attic, 7 si, 7 lb. (Bird) 3 OLocr starters—Blind Harry, Lady Hova, Bes semer, Fairy Sleep...
THE POSITION AT HINDMARSH. CALCUTTA. SUPERIOR TO CARDIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
THE POSITION AT iHNBMABSH. CALCUTTA. SUPfcaiOH TO CAfiBim Hindmaisb, being esseJiftiaHy a.immiM; ■ factoring district, zia*> >feii iteenly me . shortage in coai. Bt3^flie% .Jaa&lt;i. .l±ie mews of a satisfactory seuienient of -the .New- • castle rtrike contained in J?nday's.t*lJaOy; Herald" produced- -widespread - -satistac-; , lion iocaliy. Xh£ nortnai prices for coflt j. are:—JLarge c0al i£/-, aii(i/6mallic06l is/i^| JPrioes auringthe ejaBtence of ^he.stnka*. have reached as high .as :S3] aad SUf re-4 spectively. Coke, witieh islargdyiased mi tne district, las pec,. ion (according to quality} to 30/ »od i5/,: ; and at preseat is qaotefr'at 25/.. A fro- -■ minent Hin4gnansh;:'3iiB2uxfa£$ai8i^v tiifct'- - Quiring for a small parcel tins wsek/wa* quoted 50/ large, and45/,3pifllliex stack fort Adelaide. Thanks io .the railway, some industries; hftvp hw.n! flWft' ' - Calcutta coal, while sot ig> to Newqpstiat standard, lias prayed to. be ' ofvbdttes. quality thanCardig...
LATER. STRIKE DEFINITELY SETTLED. VIOTIMISED MEN ENGAGED ELSEWHERE. SYDNEY, March 11, 11.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910
LATB& STRIKE DEFIKITEa.Y S3STTEED. VIOTIMISEDMEN -ENfi^ER. EI£S* WEBBS. SYDNEY, .March 31, 1L55 ti.tti. \ The final developifient in caxmectkuf with the Newcastle /trouble isihat, tot Viight. a conference 'betweeh Bie menanSf, the proprietors disposed-of the difficnltji in the employment of the vicitimised.nien; at the Borehole and otiieir' in*i«es t® arranging that they shall be engaEed ^lsof. where.. , . . Work will positively be zesamed ■pn .SW^i . day, and one of the delegates at the doe# oi the meeting put the toast, ^Hfepe's to ~~ Monday, ^and may we never- Bee -aaothajf such upheaval."