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"ENGINES," NOT MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

'ENGINES," N0T MACHINES. A report received "at the Marine Board meeting on Wednesday dealing with a mishap Chat had occurred to a steamer stated thatiinadditioii.to other mishaps the' machines' stopped.' There was a look of sorpn^i^jM'^pe^ fif the wardens as the- cctomim5m|Sa„5ficas. read, - but the Preside^^^^M»S'. ths tension by remarking the "engines" were v

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TWO KINDS OF IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

TWO KINDS OF IMMIGRANTS. 1 Aii illustration' of' the argument that the proper kind of immigrants for Australia are those . having agricul tural knowledge, arid some amount of capital is given in a recent issue of a Melbourne paper. Some months ago a. party of ^Russian immigrants, numbering 23 in .all, .including, wives and children, arrived They had been induced to g^&^,iapjpear«>; from some pamphlefefaB^^rpsing: the resources of Victoria^a*^gm^4ia3 ifeeen distributed by Mr. vernment CommerciiuT^'ge&t 'in " the East. The Gove nimeait,L although not notified of the Arrival Jbf the! immi grants, decided'io set-apart.-; a-j>6ttion of the Cohuna, irrigation settlement, equal to about J5o acres, jfor each head of a family orVsingleinan, and'depaif-? mental officers - were depated*" tb ^five advice and assistance to the newcom ers, who were' handicapped, by.'not; knowing the. English language as well as by their inexperience of the coiin try. It was soon ascertained ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PATAWAXONGA HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

PATAWAXONGA HARBOR. The wrecking of the fleet of ^achts at Glenelg on Sunday night was -nen tioned at the Marine - Board Tiffing on Wednesday. The President said it was a pity to see these happenings year after year. At a small cost for dredging the Patawalonga * be made into a perfectly safeh,:;and any such occurrences avoided ;n the future. A scheme had previously been submitted tc the board, but it ha 1 not been accepted. One of the: wardens ex explained that his objection to th° pro posal had been that when a largo ex penditure was contemplated on the breakwater the board was not justified in recommending the spending ">f ad ditional money on the Patawalonga. The debate .was purely informal, and nothing further was done. '

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

NEW PROTECTION- . I Sir John Forrest, the Federal Tre^ssr&V: - speaking at a meeting' to-night,. stigma*-. I tised the new protection- as a fad he wajfe . ! unable to understand..

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOOKBINDER'S CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

BOOKBOiDEfiS" CONFERENCE. > Mr. McCalium has been elected 'a dele* gate to the Bookbinders' Onion's tii» ennial conference at Sydney.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BROKEN HILL. DEATH OF A MINE FOREMAN. BROKEN HILL March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

EEQKM ' HHiTr. - ■ DEA.TH OF A MTSE yORTnffAlSr. ■ ( TtTtCiTTV.'K -'tttmXi 31 V Richard Cornish, underground foreman ■ of Block 14, died this morning. Hewaa 64 years of age.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN NEWS. PERTH, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

Y WEST AUSTRALIAN KEWS-V PERTH, March li. N Nominations lor the metropolitan ana suburban vacancy in_ the Jjegislative .Couiw. cii' were' received yesterday. Jlr. Fred. Davis, journalist (Labor) ; and Messrs Gsfw* ler, solicitor, and Larreij, draper (MInia< terialists).

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MOUNT SCHANCK ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE MOUNT SCHANCK ESTATE. That portion of the Mount Schanck estate which the Government pur chased has now been surveyed, di vided, and valued, and those who in tend to apply for blocks should have their, applications in the Surveyor General's Office by Tuesday, April 5. The land has been divided into gg blocks; 'and the areas range from ii acres' to 995 acres. The greater number of the .blocks average £from 300 to 600 acres. The land has been classified and .grouped so as to com bine in _ the blocks _ in . each group the three different types of country, and applicants for blocks as grouped will be given preference by* the Land Board. The grouped blocks average about 1200 acres each. .The land is described as being chiefly dairying and grazing country, with some parts somewhat coasty for stock. Applicants must be over lie age of 18 years, and must not -possess land of the unimproved value of £2000. The pur chase money is to.be repaid, in instal ments over a term of 35 years. For th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"HOW LONG, OH LORD, HOW LONG!" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

"HOW LONG, OH LORD, HOW LONG!" "The Woman Worker" (London), in, its issue of January 19, 1910, gives, the following scene from the British' elections:—"As I stood in Aldwych on' Saturday night and heard the rap- • tarous cheers with which the defeat, of H. M. Hyndman, the Socialist- can- i didate at. Bnrnley, and that of T. F. I Richards, the Labor candidate at \ Wolverhampton, were hailed, I could; i^ot help thinking of a common tra--> gedy in the shape of a family's futile j battle againet poverty which cafaie to light at a Shoreditch inquest on Ed ward A. Dartlett, a child aged seven teen monthis, who died in the Shore ditch Infirmary. The mother, who was neatly dressed," but had evidently suffered from privation, was asked, , -by the Coroner where she lived, she said she .had no home. Upon the Coroner ask ing her wh^re she slept, she said that she "managed to get into the Crispin -Street Shelter, down by the arches, and another night .she got in at Dr. Bamardo's', and on othe...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL ACTIVI[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

AGRICULTURAL ACTIVjT ^Y. That the producers are wide awake nowadays is evidenced by the interest they are taking- ia the agricultural bureaus. The conference of the soutii. eastern branches will be held o;i April 12. The Upson branch has invited members of the Advisory Boaid Agriculture and oflicers ot tit- Agri cultural Department to attend a con ference at Tumby Bay about me end of this month. They also want a vete rinary oliicer to accompany the party Some of the branches on the w coast have been in existence for 16 jears. but no conference has ever been heH there. The Booleroo branch s an xious that a conference be held in the far north. Once upon a lime, as the fairy tales say. a conference used to be held at Quom and other centres in turn, but the drought years killed those annual gatherings. The Advisory Board of Agriculture favor the request of the Booleroo branch, and consider the conference should oe held ?t Orreroo. Recently the Minlaton branch wrote io the Advisory Board...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL OPTION POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

LOCAL OPTION POLL. The local option polls will be held on April 2, and temperance workers are actively engaged in a campaign for the reduction of liquor licenses Mr. W. H. Judkins, the Victorian, i? due to arrive in Adelaide at the en I of next week, for the purpose of ad dressing a series of meetings in the cause of temperance. He is likely to remain in Adelaide for a fortnight., during which time he will address seve ral midday gatherings of business men in addition to his evening cam paign at the halls -and churches. He will be supported by members of the Ipcal temperance party, many of whom intend visiting the large count vv centres, so that the claims of tempe rance may be fully placed before the I electors-•before polling day.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHERE VETERINARY SURGEONS ARE NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WHERE VETERINARY SURGEONS ARE NEEDED. The Government, it is considered by many owners of stock, should help ;o get veterinary surgeons to seek prac tice in country districts. If the Go vernment guaranteed a certain income, there would be little fear that the guarantee would have to be met. In outlying districts veterinary surgeons are much needed. There is a staff in Adelaide that does a deal of good by visiting country shows for the in spection of stallions, but that is not sufficient. The difficulty could br solved without the aid of the Govern ment if the producers of a district formed an association, and gTiarajnteed a veterinary surgeon a certain incomp. If that were done, the farmers would be saved the loss of valuable animals. The desire for Government assistance was expressed in a resolution of th<: recent conference of Agricultural Bu reaus at Georgetown, but it has been deciden by the Advisory Board of Agriculture that they cannot support the request.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE POOR MAN'S CHEMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THF. POOR MAN'S CHEMIST. The Grand Lodge of the United Ancient Order of Druids has passed a resolution in regard to friendly, so cieties1 dispensaries, as follows:— "In' districts where friendly societies', dispensaries may be established, lodges may. make agreements With their respective . surgeons to provide for examination of candidates and at tending upon sick members (and families, if agreed upon) only; and such lodges shall have power to make arrangements with the friendly so cieties' dispensaries for the supply of all medicines to members, and to take ' part . in the manage ment of such dispensaries." This action happily indicates that the move ment for the establishment of friendiy societies' dispensaries is showing signs of great vitality. Various lodges have held summoned meetings, in order that the consent of members might be obtained to the new departure. Once an agreement has been come to, negotiations will take place between the societies and the members of the medical...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHO SUPPLIED THE PHOTOGRAPH? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WHO SUPPLIED THE PHOTO GRAPH ? Mr. J. Gi Russell, S.M,, was, in the city Local Court on Wednesday, called upon, to decide the ownership of an enlarged photograph. The parties to the action were Mr. C. C. Belcher {Paris Art En larging Company) and Mrs. M. A. Haines, of Hocking place. The facts of the case had been previously ven tilated in Court, for some time, ago Mr. Belcher sought in vain to recover payment from the .defendant for. die enlargement. Oil "this occasion, hav ing failed to obtain payment, he en deavored to recover the enlarged photograph. In . this tie " likewise failed. He produced one witness, 'who swore that he had delivered the en largement to Mrs. Haines, on behalf of the Paris Art Enlarging Company, but "Mrs. Haines, supported by her daughter,.:stoutly . denied having..any knowledge of the Paris Art Enlarging Company.: It was to the Universal En largement-Company that she -. had given her sjrder, from them that she received'"thie" photograph, and t6 them also sh...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADA AND AMERICA. TARIFF COMMISSION CONCLUDED. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

CANADA AND AMERICA. TABIFF COMMISSION CONCLUDED. VANCOUVER, March 11. I The United States and Canadian U»m-j imissioners who have been sitting onth» question of a minimum tariff between the two countries, have, concluded their nego tiations. It is* believed that the pros-' pects are good for the continuance, of the present relations.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADIAN NAVY. TRAINING SHIPS ADVOCATED, CREATION OF PEACE FUND. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

CANADIAN NAVY. TEAEfXNG SHIPS ADVOCATED, CREATION OF PEACE FUND. VAN COD VEIL March 11. During the debate in the Canadian House of Commons, Mr. Emerson advo cated that training ships for Canada should be established on the oce&n and ion the great lakes, in order to meet cases | of emergency. Mr. Emerson also advocated the crea tion of a fund to be placed in the Bank 'of England, and to be called the Cana dian Peace Fund. Such a fund could be raised by appropriating a percentage of the Customs revenue amounting to a million pounds a year. In times of need it could be used for the defence of the Empire, and in the meantime would serve to remind the world that Can iada was behind the Empire. The fund would also provide for a fleet of small vessels, and would obviate the need for an Tmpprial contribution. 1 The second reading of-thejBillcwa&rcar riad-hy, i29-TOte8to-?4,

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE AERODROME. WONDERFUL FLYING MACHINE. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE AERODROME. WONDERFUL FLYING MACHINE. VANCOUVER, March 1L [ A veiy successful flight has been made at Baddeck, a port of entry into Nova Scotia. Major Munsell, a representative of the Military Department of Canada, flew over the ice at Baddeck in an aerodrome, which is quite a new creation. The ma chine is a wonderful invention. It is propelled by purely automobile motors.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MODERNISATION OF JERUSALEM. FRENCH ADN GERMAN JEALOUSY. SOME OF THEH KAISER'S PROJECTS. LONDON, March. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MODERNISATION OF JERUSALEM. FRENCH AXD GERMAN JEAXOOSY. SOME OF H"HE KAIBE&'S 5B0JECTS. LONDON. March. U. Anew phase has been reached in the increasing rivalry and jealousy thai exists. between France and Germany. Tift Stanch are stapntMisly opposing the Kaiser's plans for the modernisation of Jerusalem. The Kaiser is behind a movement to establish a modem hospital on the ancient Mount of Olives; and a German Ciguxch is being .erected near the Holy Sepulchre. The Kaiser's emissaries are restoring many ancient buildings in Jerusalem on the ultra-modern style. The French opposition .is being mani fested through a League of Friends at Jerusalem. The league, in resisting the Kaiser's projects, has announced that it will appeal to the Turkish Government to stop the work ■which is under way.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCEEN IN THE HOUSE. NATIONAL ANTHEM SUNG. GALLERIES JOIN IN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

SCEXE IN THE HOUSE. JSATIONAL ANTHEM SUNG. GALLERIES JOIN IN. While-waiting for the second reading of the"EGl to-be put, the French Canadians sang "O! Canada," and the Opposition rendered "God Save the ping." The chorus was made all the more effective. by the liberals taking up the theme, and then the entile House rose aud sang the National Anthem, the galleries joining in. • j The-scene was a. most unique one, and those who participated in, it say it will never be erased from their memories. '

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMAN SPY AT THE DEBATES. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

GERMAN SPY AT THE DEBATES. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? VANCOUVER, March 11. The- news leaked out - yesterday that a secret service agent in the employ of "the German Government had been a constant attendant in the .galleries, of tbe.'Canar diaa House of Commons daring the Navy Sill discussion. He has been in daily communication with Berlin, and every: move made in Parliament has been flash-, -ed across the Atlantic to Berlin.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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