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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. MASONS' AND BRICKLAYERS' STRIKE. MEN SITTING TIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

INDUSTRIAL ^ TROUBLES. MASONS' AST) BRICKLAYERS' \ 6TBIKE. I ' MEN SITTING TIGHT. The situation in the masons' and brick-j . ' layers' strikers 'practically, unchanged. Mr. C. Hb&neyer(8ecretary of the Buil-j ders and CkHUractore' Association) stated' yesterday.. tKat 'no* meeting had been held ' - to difecusB'the position, and that the' con-! tractors had. not altered their attitude in f! any 'way.- ^ j One-of tbe strikets stated that the men - on tbeirside were also "sitting tight" In regard to tho -cauEe of the trouble, he . said that themen complained of theshort time tJ^iwere allowed; to work. They' were snbjeciediio'aU .kinds-of delays prin capa!Iyfthrpnghrnot ,being able-to get ma : terials -and wpt<w'eather- They were -said "• to have ttem'.ftarroipg 8/per day, but when it Was coT^jdhr^i'tiiat they only, worked ■ abQai seten tnjmths' in theyear, it would - .be jaeen th^;4,heir^verage earnings were • . v veiy.low.. •' ~',j. ■; imftfopr' aspect; of the qiies...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE BRIGADE CONTESTS. EVENTS AT BENDIGO. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

FIRE BRIGADE CONTESTS. EVENTS AT BENDIGQ. MELSOTTSSTE, March O. ^ The Fire Brigade demonstration at JBeii* j digo, was continued to-day. . in' i-be : coupling, and ladder practice events,; the i BalLara:, Kebaslopol, and WarrnambooL L Brigades raised a protest. ' | The Marshall's hydranteventxesulted as I follows:—Eaglehawk {Stewart), 21 2-5s.; i Geelong OBattey), 22s.;Ta)tnra (Trewen),, i ■22 l-5s.; Horsham (Prance}, *22 E-fe. Xater l on Stewaxt did the wGrkinSQl-ii&T; rPrBHoe, } . in 20 "2-5s., and Trewin in 22 5Ss-. 3ix- < : Marshall gave a sovereigD to the filst man J and 10/ to each of the other "two. .. ••••• ? ■" Rescue Work Event; two men.—Ben- ) " digo, 20 2-5s.; Warmambobl, a 5^s.KJpl-'; v den Square, 22 1-Ss.^ 22 25s. . . One Man Ladder Sa^-^5ie|igrciwe-:/.; (Bendigo), 6 4-Ss.; Reigelrutti• {&'" '*1' Wilkinson and Stewart (Waglaha^j for second, at 7£s. Rejj|*elr'" the run ull. ■ • - .-iV

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

A CANDIDATE'S RETICENCE. V ' The Hon. W. Eingsmill, candidate foB a. seat in the Federal Parliament, speak ing at a meeting at Subiaco, refund to , answer whether he favored taxing tea* . kerosme, and cottons. jn_ order to raise i the Federal revenue. '

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

MIX SWIFT & Co.'s Stocktaking SALE. 6-Eieoe- -Drawing Boom Suite, Solid Black wood Frames, nicely upholstered .in" Tapes trjt-and - Plash, Sale-PrJee^dS^ 10s, - Cash or Terms Pay a visit to this Store at your first opportunity, exa mine—Our Special Sale Offers, and form your' own judgment in the Tr>at±pr {^uLOXIAL SOFA, WITH LEATHEE CUSHIONS, Bale-Prioe, 48a. OPEN FEIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 O'CLOCK. MAXSWIFT&Co. mm-WBD BUILDING, 67, HIND LEY STREET, ADELAIDE. J. HILL & CO. ELEGTRtCAI. ENCINEERS. JELECTRICiSUWATOHg. VEEeiBicmomBS. eeecteio lights. Estinates and «n information- on application.*^} On]y»Address— MeHENEY STREET, ADELAIDE. t FOB-MODEEX^UF-TO-DATB POBTRATTOfiE THE FRANK A. MCNEILL STUDIOS' Cannot be Excelled. Only Place of Bonnes—GAWLEEUPIi&CE. . 8 Pendant Photos, 3/; two position*. 4 Paoete, Ovals, Circles, and Squares,-3/3 6 Oahinets, artisticaRy.'fimflbed>5/6. t22' Paris Paaete, beet finish, 12/6. 12 Postcards of Yonrcelf, 5/; with* Braan...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHERE WERE THE WHEAT EXHIBITS? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WHERE WERE THE WHEAT 1 EXHIBITS? . . At. the last meeting,of the Advisory Boaxd of Agriculfure, "Colonel Rowell (President - of lie Royal Agricultural Society) said-that in a wheatgrowing State- like South Australia it seemed strange that there should no be bet ker representation. in wheat at the shows in Adelaide. There were only three exhibits at the recent show.. In order to induce competition, the Royal 'Agricultural Society might establish a 3epot for the receipt of exhibits, so :that they could be placed at the show for the owners. "He considered that every agricultural bureau should endea vor to send in an exhibit. Mr. Milter explained that there -was some difficulty in preparing samples to get the heavyj weight, as grading was necessary, and not all farmers possessed graders. The secretary suggested that perhaps the few fanners .who attended the March Show as compared with that held in September .provided the reason why there was such a small display of' September^ might cre...

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

THE. TWO -CONDEMNED MF-N, There are two men in the Adelaide! Gao} under sentence of death for mur der John Robins, the murderer of Robert Owns worth, and Hadji Khan, who was recently sentenced at the Port) Augusta Criminal Court for *h«=> mur der at Frome 'Creek* near Hergott, on! November 20. Robins was apprised on Thursday of the decision "of the Exe cutive Council that the law must. take its course. He is receiving the minis trations of the Rev- John *Pearce

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

■ AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS FOR AUSTRALIA. The Ministry are considering' the circular which the Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) recently forwarded to the va rious State Governments in connection with the immigration scheme put for ward by the Chairman of the Victorian Water Supply Commission (Mr. Elwood Mead) and adopted by die Victorian Government. It is . proposed that American, landseekers' excursions . to Australia should be arranged; At' the recent conference on advertising abroad the suggestion of Mr. Elwood -Meaci to bring 500 persons from the United States of America was considered fa vorably, and it was recommended that steps be taken to give effect to this proposition. The arrangements for sea transport from America to -and from Australia would be made by the Commonwealth Government. The cir cular states :—"I shall be glad to know if the proposition commends itself to your judgment, and if we can count upon your undertaking all arrange ments for the reception and accommo dation of t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW TORPEDO BOAT. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

NEW TORPEDO BOAT. LONDON, March U. j A "torpedo tioat, without funnels, and having three distinct ad vantages over the j existing type, -will shortly be launched at the BoyaJ dccks, CasteUammare, near j Naples, Italy. I

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXPORT OF PEARS AND PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

EXPORT OF PEARS AND PLUMS. If the anticipated price of 12/ per case is realised in London, for the ship ment of duchess pairs got together at the .instigation of the secretary of the; Fruitgrowers' Association (Mr. W. L.: Summers), the ^outh Australian grow ers' net retuiji will be 5/6 per case. That is only about the same amount as this kind of pear has brought in the Adelaide market this season, but the crop-.has been very small. In a year like last, however, when there was a good yield, and thousands of cases were sold at under 3/, a net return of 5/6 or .even an average of 4/ to 5/; from London Shipments would be highly satisfactory. A 'little over 12 months ago, at the special request of the Commercial Agent (Major Norton), Mr. Summers, in his capacity as sec-i retaryx>f the Fruitgrowers' Association,! sent through the Produce Department! a few>cases of Japanese plums to Lon don." This kind of plum is much Iar-I ger than the ordinary plum, and has} a very handsome appeara...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANADIAN RAILWAY LOAN. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

CANADIAN RAILWAY L0A2*. *VANCOU V±IR. Wfl-wli IL . T3ie Canadian Northern .Railway Co.'s issue of £2,1)00,000 worfli ' of debentmes' tias been fully covered by subscription,1 so that the underwriters Iz&ve been re-1 Sieved. |

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Australian Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. FALL DOWN A CUTTING. A WORKER'S DEATH. SYDNEY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. FALL DOWN A CUTTING. A WORKEE'S DEATH. SYDNEY, March 1L ■ jix. James w. Monagnan, aged 42, -was found lying, at the bottom of a. railway cutting 40 ft; deep on the Commonwealth: Portland Cement Company's line at Port liad. ,. He had apparently, fatten over the edge. . lafe'was extinct. . ■. Ut Monaghan ■ was prominent in La bor -circles, being secretary of the, La borers* Protective .Society, and he acted as employes' representative. on a recent "Wag^sBoard. .

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STEALING SCARF PINS. EX-CONSTABLE SENTENCED. SYDNEY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

STEA.TJNG SCAftF PUTS. EX-CONSTABLE SENTENCED. SYDNEY, March 12. At the. Lismore sessions this morning Fraacis -William Toohey. and Thomas William Bartlett, ex-constables, were found guilty of stealing three Scarf pins from the room of a dead man. The Judge commented strongly on the action of the prisoners in trying to im plicate an innocent man. Bartlett was sentenced to four years and Toobey to two years' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SEWERING MELBOURNE GAOL. COSTING £2250. MELBOURNE March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

- SEWEBING MELBOURNE GAOL. COSTING £2250. TUTF.T/RnTTRVTV Ufamh 11. The Premier of Victoria has decided that the Melbourne Gaol shall be sewered at a cost of £2250.

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

Special Advertisements. A Good Breakfast Makes a Xiood Man. SO USE— LION FLAKED OATS. *71,76,81,85,90,95

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

BtAlL NOTICES. GREAT BRITAIN.—March U—10.30 a.m., R.SLS. OroDtes; Port Adelaide 21.15 a.m. (British and foreign parcels post closes at G.P.O., -9.30 a-m. Mail dae in London April 9. '' GilEAT BRITAIN AND CANADA-—March 12— via Vancouvei—3 p.m. (late fee, 3.30 p.m.; xrt*-* ey orders 4i. 1° noon), Marama. TVLSTE&N AUSTRALIA, COLOMBO, SUEZ, JH.ifa.OPE, and LONDON.—March 25—10.30 a.m. (late fee, 10 a-m.), F.M.S. Sydney, via Mar bc' *es- Ap.-iJ 1—10.45 am (late fee, U a.m.), Konigin Lui*». SOUTH ATH1CA (Durban direct).—March 15 (tcx nfrl—Narrur r. . J *VA POsilA and SINGAPORE.—March 21 (ab'.ut)—Eibu«» (sp.) LORD HOWE, NORFOLK, and NEW HEB HI'iES.—Marca 30—3 p.m., overland to Sydney, SAMOA.—March 14—3 p.m., overland to Syd ««»y, thence ptr first opportranity COLOMON IM ANDS and PAPUA.—March 15— 3 p.m., overland to 'Brisbane, tbence —per M icsby.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

EDUCATION. The institution of free education in this State is not such ancient history that the echo of the Conservative out cry has completely died away. When the reform first came into operation the! uppish middle class were stirred toj their very depths (which, after nil, are] shallows), and the air was filled with' lamentation and gnashing of tee"ii:.*fae community 'was to be plunge i into chaos, and the finances- o* the State were to be -depleted by the enormous cost of the reform. Time ha. jfivenj the lie to these frenzied 'orebcdin?s; chaos has not supervened, and *he State has been enabled to still furh«r extend the system—mainly owing to the efforts of Labor in Parliament. To fully comprehend the inwardness of this clamor against a .reform so transparently just, and even ut:'.:?aiian, it is necessary to have studied, that peculiar species, the uppish middle class—otherwise it is quite unintel ligible to an educated, ■well-balanced intellect. The members of tha, great; clan—...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Dail[?] [?]erald. ADELAIDE SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1910. TAXATION AND MISREPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

AHEEAIDEt SATCBDAY, lUBbH 12, I93A TAXATION AND MISREPRE SENTATION. Mr. Butler has found it necessary to bolster up his weird and ■' wonderful taxation proposals as enunciated at Mount Gambiei by so many later ex planations and comparisons that it ap pears doubtful whether he now knows exactly what the scheme ^originally meant. He admits that, like the fran chises it is not perfect, but, also like die franchise, - he claims that it is better than the proposals of the Labor T"arty. In his treatment of the two subjects, how ever, he says nothing; in explanation of the virtues of the present franchise a? compared with that of the Labor Party. Probably he recognised that any at tempts? justify his statement would be too obviously absurd, and would lead to serious trouble for himself and his composite party. If he had pursued the same course in . reference to the' taxation proposals ; he would have saved himself from-much ridicule. He would also have avoided the revival of the Svell-dese...

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

FUSION TRICKS. An -attempt is being made by the Fusionists to secure a candidate to oppose Mr, Josiah Thomas for the Barrier seat in the House of Represen tatives. It is stated that an emissary recently visited the Silver City to make arrangements for running a man. It is not with any idea of winning* the seat that this is being done; the ob ject is to deprive the other Labor can didates of the powerful assistance of the ex-Postmaster-GeneraL So far, the negotiations have not been successful., Four men have been approached as Fusion nominees, but none of themj so far has consented to stand.

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

HARVESTING STONES. A point for. discussion amongst pro-! ducers is whether a stone-gathering j machine is necessary in agricultural; operations upon any land whatever. Strong evidence in favor of the ma-] chine is supplied by a Paskeville cor-! respondent. There the owner of an' area of 220 acres has let a contract! at .£100 for the gathering of the stones! upon his land. This works out ati about 10] per acre. A trial of com-1 petitive stone-gathering machines will be held on March 16 at Paskeville, under the patronage of the Advisory Board of Agriculture.

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