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METHODIST IMMIGEMTS. TO BE MET AND WELCOMED. MELBOURNE March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

METHODIST IMMIGEMTS. j TO £E MET AND WELCOMED. ■MT?r"RnTT&KT7! Uf^-rnV, 17 The Methodist Conference sat again to day and adopted a resolution that Metho dist immigrants on arriving in Victoria, should be met, welcomed, and advised.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WOOLBUYERS' MEETING. THE QUESTION OF DRAFT. SYDNEY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WOOLBUYERS' MEETING. THE. QUESTION OF DRAFT. SYDNEY, March U. At" a woalboyers' meeting to-day it was! unanimously resolved that if an attempt were made to catalogue or sell wools at! the London or colonial wool sales with out the customary draft, they would ab stain from buying. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN IMMIGRATION SCHEME. MR. ELWOOD MEAD'S MISSON. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

VICTORIAN IMMIGRATION SCHEME. MB. ELWOOD MBAB'S MISSON. MELBOURNE, March XL A sub-committee of the Victorian Cabi net to-day discussed the details of ibe immigration trip to be made by Mr. El wood Mead, who intends ^siting England and America to secure farmers for the irrigated areas of Victoria. Mr. Mead will be accompanied by a member of the Government. Xhe Minister has not yet beea-citosen* ;

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTER-STATE YACHT RACE. FIRST HEAT WON BY SAYONARA. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

INTER-STATE YACET RACE. FIRST HEAT WON BY SAYONAEA. MELBOURNE, March IL The first heat of tlie int-er-State yacht race -was. sailed to-day. The Cullwalla ec the line first, but after rounding 03 her course the Sayonara stood up to wiro'aard, and hall an hour after the start had the lead m a light easterly bre-cze, for about a quarter of a mile dhcitly after 5 o'clock the Sayonara, in heading homeward, was leading by 10 TO'L"LteS. T:e Cull walla had the advantage c.t the start, but the Saycnara. getting to wind ward, obtained the lead, and passed Brighton three nr.nutes ahead. The Sayonara eventual!; won by 8£ minutes.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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The Coal Strike. A FALSE ALARM STRIKE DECLARED OVER. NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN OFF AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

The Coal Strike. A FALSE ALARM STRIKE DECLAEEB QYEJL NEGOTIATIONS BfiOraOFF mm. A message was received, at "The Dajgg^. Herald" Office last sight from Sjdrteyf that 1\jt. Leaimom-h (chairman of th^ colliery proprietors), 5iad stated i&s§.. everything in connection with the ' coal, strike bad been satisfactorily settled* and that work would bexesume&.on Mptt-* day, all hands, with the exception at 21, being re-engaged. It was further stated- that a meeting" of the colliery proprietors was held ia the afternoon as the result of. the strika being declared off, and that the- propria* tors and miners then heldajneeting to arrange minor detaals. Mr.Leaimoath,, representing -the proprietors, r said thai werythjng had been arranged satisfacr torily for .a general lesumptiondf woric on Monday next. . An the, xAd .'bands would'be taken oaagam with, the.-excep* tion of 21 men, principally engine drivers and firemen, whom,the colliery proprie tors refused to employ. The hews of ...

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

PRESENTATION. Members of the Adelaide branch of {he A.N.A. Cricket Club assembled at tbe Exchange Hotel on Thursday last, when the vice-president CMr. X. J--H.-Mit chelD. on behalf of the members, pre sented Mr- J. R. Siebert with an A.N.A. gold pendant, as a token of the esteem in be is ht=ld by his sporting friends. Mr. Siebert, who is leaving Adelaide to t&ki* a position in the Kail w?y- rx^iiiiaent ai Petersburg, suitably responded.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRANDED SEAMEN. MARINE BOARD ENQUIRY. CAPTAIN CENSUREO. BRISBANE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MAEESE BO&SD; E2WJUIBY;. . .CAPTAIN CENSOEED. B&ISBAXE. Hatch U. !The -Matine.'BoaSd,- which has con-] ;tij^Se6. an enquiry into the stranding of ltb£ Moresby, has expDeesea the opinion' ifeattbe jnarfer. at ihe vfiEsel i^deBenring. -bf K^eiie.cenBure; ' the boardquesfcioned thesiwiBdoni ]ot sending. boats - »w.ay from; tte-ehip/aiia expressed the opinion that' in. stentimg towsirds &ejibona at night < he was in>. error.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE SUNKEN CURRAJONG. THE DIVER'S EXAMINATION. VESSEL TO BE BLOWN UP. SYDNEY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE SUNKEN CUMAJOM. THE DIVER'S EXAMINATION. ' VESSEL TO BE BI/QWN DP. SYDNEY. March U | The diver who examined the sunken I j collier Ciurajong found a gaping vent j J in her port side, extending from the Tail; j almost to ihe keel, and. 14 ft. in width. | He also discovered coal washing out of J the vessel. i. The Currajong cannot he_ raised, and ' will probably be blown up to remove her j from the fairway. 1 Captain Meafeum, of the Wyceema, ¥»»« i been recalled to attend the enquiry, and j Captain Savage has gone on to Brisbane ] to take his place.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A BARQUE ASHORE. NO IMMEDIATE DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

A BASQUE ASHOfiE. NO: 'IMMEDIATE" J>A3f<jfEg. | .- The three-masted irira barqne ; Zngfiy; 1346 ion£,feaund for Newcastle, went "ashore 'oi the east side of Tronbridge Is land, laieon "Thursday night. 'The inger left the Semaphone. anchorage ai 6 pan. on Thursday. She must .have stranded on the' :1slaDd at high water. There is no immediate danger.but the barque^is, at present ' throwing ballast overboard in orderto lighten her and if possible allow her to be refloated. .■■■■',■ .• V Thetug Eagle left Poit Adelaide on Fiidajvat 10 a.m.. and if .her. services are necessary she 'will be available for' tow inp'the stranded vessel oft the shoal. .■ /the'Eagle bias taken out provisions;and is ^ojpped for «)piiiK 'with, every, emer gency. . ' . There eeems to be an excellept chance of- refloaiing the barque' as -the. tides are ima^ing.'r- •- f ' Information received from Edithburgh states'thal.the master has-arrived there, and has ieligTanhed to'iJie consul iri . Ade-' laide ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTS FOR ELECTORS. REMEMBER POLLING DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

POINTS FOE ELECTORS. REMEMBER POLLING DAYS. For the State Elections, Saturday April 3. For the Federal Election, Wednes day. April 13. Vote for Franchise and Freedom. Only the Labor candidates are sup porting: die Franchise. The Franchise is the key -to all re form; therefore vote for Labor candi dates. Every Labor man who "was in the last Parliament and .two -mare tnust be elected to secure -the Franchise. Make a careful note of the Labor candidates standing for your district and vote for every one of tlicm Don't forget the Legislative "CoiincT Labor candidates. Give each of them a. vote if you have' one. If'not, £ght for the Assembly Candidates so that you may get a vote. If you tavfe failed to get your name pn the .rolls, make ameods by doing all.you can to induce others to vote. ' Jtenember that the PeaUe-B&ler Go.; ■vemment xefuse to pay vtheir workers. ihe same irage as private employers. At tbe -same time they tax ihe poorer classes,. an$ add nqtlung. lo.'.ihe bur den...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOTEL LAUNDRESS AND MANAGES. CLAIM FOR WAGES DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

HOTEL LAUNDRESS AND " MANAGES. CLAIM FOB WAGES DUE." -The manager of the Largs Pier Hotel; Ernest Crespen, appeared before Mr. T. Gepp, S.Tff.1 at the Port Adelaide Police Court on Friday morning, charged, trader' the Masters and Servants' Act, with hav ing neglected to pay BeatriceMadden on Maj-ch 3, £2 wages due, and with hav ing dismissed her without' due * notice. Iriformaolalso claimed £1 in lieu of a week's notice. •, ■ -. Mr- Ij- Whitington, on behalf of Mr. J. B-~ Anderson, appeared for the plaintiff, and JLr. G. M. Evan for the defendant.' - : Tbeiplaintiff said that ■ehe was engaged by the' defendant in January, first as housemaid - at'lfl/ 3ier: week, and then as lanndreSB,-r.Bt^£l -per? week. It was ar ra^^'-thM Bhe; was to have Saturday af ternoons 65, hut pressure of work on that day prevented her from going out. With this consent of the housekeeper sbewent oid on Wednesday afternoon instead. The defendant sent for her and Informed her that she had broken the rules of ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ACCIDENT TO A STEAMER. CRASHES INTO A WHARE. A TREMENDOUS IMPACT. NEWCASTLE March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

Cfi&SHES INSQ A. 'WHAHE. i,;! .* ?: ^ f>:S vV^J .•• A TBSMmiiGCB JMP&CT. v VKIWA&n'ilfc Munh 11 ^21^^ €orn-. jv." - ~ ' SjH^!^\igiay^mg,^.^^^;jBnE^B l)'liii|i fflfrii" tfpyjyj* ji' i iili 'jj ijl fiiirtiii'il ^^■M.y\l,^aa^>GnjBi^:'-ai^;.'aB:>iWB3^-. mhapetl'*gap *?;&. itmg;rwaa^maiiB.Sn tie wfn^^r-^m/laaie *jf the-impact -was so. '<0 it. tj^jift' Tliflr fhn igiidere^wene ^driven lltnii»§t»>3tfa° tuxrt* Hii : «t mooed was

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT OUR CRITICS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

0OB ^BillCS SAY: labor Daily tsewB , ppeexwrce on Mon ^ute.Te&cheBthe high espeeta -^-yjnfhg it.' "It iB «n royal sheet, Ss weU ' ittfer wdl JirmTiewi. It drearily "written, and, i An AMBSrtnSto^MiWit^ttai articles, on -rTn iHfr "*4v^i°w<fly - before the pub -ffc-jfrind Ancteet jpf news for _a21 iSaasee Xahor daily m lieTp ln teieBte it; basbeen *st^hfngiod,—"^ort H» Seeiari^^ . ■ ,.?■': *th&*iew IJaHxK daily,raade itsJSjet ap ■i peamnce <>n ■ Monday? it was JawBdied "r ^Tirrrr- —«ifh-T- ItoeB this portend a : i^mart—T'The- SaBtbem Cross." this .meek launched tbeir nMss aisan, "'The D»8y Herald" to > ra-Jn^Ma^^-cnioa> public. , The iBS&ea*:U^.' creditable, and «s it is jbs snr6d offetWE, consistent support from thoae.'urlio subscribe to rts Socialistic credit B/Sb, -doabtLeEa, V-grtain of a long andvjjtohably ,» proStatfe and creditable cai«g.-' "AddMde. correspondent . "Nor S".; ■: TTamlpy Bridgp The arrivsl of "The 3Da3y gcral...

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ISABELLA NEWMAN CASE. MELBOURNE, Match 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

ISABELLI NEWMAN CASE. MELBOURNE, Match U. ijiuge ChOfliley has allowed an appeal by Isabella Jfewjnan against the Coburg <5nirt'« aeciggii, which inflicted a fine of £15 and ocwtrSpn her for taking charge '^ anebShi^fiaii^'Tepoiiing the matter to jjBy^fe^ecwfc^tfldreii'B Department;

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LABORS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

; MBOftS POLICY. -Emmies . the- Labor Party, pub -j ,:Ecly?. jjrivatelyv and" throngD the ?=<' daily .press, declare, or jjV is a. ibixture ' «f ijHffistatwm, robboy, red levoln -;. tioo^and -QWmmthisro , To allow the =■; general iestjrfiate the -troth or > o&etwiseJHf fiiese Tfild" assertions, we the - Labor Party J? "jjlatljBhii in. -fen c—• - - " FIGHTING PLATFORM 'Sufioge for' the Legislative ] " "* ^Ss^' JHiefwbject of its. nlti gSiai^^ak^on ithe: lines of] . j!*tovjRE^j Settlement] - t^e^^iaa fcS^the ^wntr/ior tata-^ ■X. -fsi' -.■■• .... "'SSsBSfc

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BEATTY WILL CASE. ADJOURNED FOR A WEEK. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

BEATTY WILL CASE. adjourned fob a. week. helboukne. March ix. ( In the Beatty will conspiracy case the : | accused were remanded for another week j on the appK^aiion of the police, to allow ! the Sydney police to send a representa-1 Itive. ! Mrs. Beatty is stSl in the gaol hospital, j and all bail has-been, renewed. !

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BRICKYARD EMPIOYES' ASSOCIATION. ALLEGED COMBINATION. AGAINST THE BUILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

•BEICKYAED EMPIjOTES' ASSOCIA TION. ALLEGED COMBINATION'. AGAINST THE BUILDERS. The following report has been sup plied:—"The quarterly meeting of the Brickyard .Employes' Association vac held op. Friday evening. On account of the rarest in the trade, an unusoal amount of interest was aroused in the meeting. Jtr.S. Hetbyriand presided over a large attendance of members. The secretary <Mr. Webb) reported a good in crease in membership, and that the finances' showed a sound state of E-ffaiK. Xheassociation had received no notice oi cessation of work on Saturday, either in the making or burning of bricks. The defcueijr of bricks. to city contractors for sonse^mAated reason, wSl cease on Sax urdasi-arad^-alibaugh this matter was not : discHBsed.at tbe- meeting, it was stated that-a*xmnor "is- cixeulaUcm that the . ttffi taking this stand in protesi-againsi-certain -contractors pay ing, the higher rate-of wages demanded] by the Builders* Dnion. If this is so, j and evidence, l...

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OLD-AGE PENSIONS. CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

OLI>-AGE PENSIONS. civil, SERVICE ESTIMATES. / LONDON, March 11. The Civil Service Estimates, were given, oat to-day as being £66,000,000. These include £6,000,000 for old-age pensions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT HINDMARSH. THE TRUE POSITION. NO IMMEDIATE CLOSING DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

, * "to- BTKDMAEEH. £StV -"'-I ;yik«* ^^&5#j&^^Wi^r^^mlPntihflr' vjjneifiriCfcr; ^^2nttk^S^^»ti<m<iiwSB^ti^|tIiie':inf6rS fetejilisentOi^o^? v.^l'y^oi^:y.lasted, ^bum „'^'ti,^"'3n^!'. •^^EOifl.S*-'"' be" '■ continued, ■".; and 7<5>>T>tbat S'fiiai^^cSnte .'"i- where. -'«oke .- 'and. ^t^joSa'.iifip^iia^a;' ■' j£M ajfltV intended;, to £-. ■'-^3ie -master t briek against Jthe high asa.hody, rr. «, to/cease :5>nr^iases ionlay. This_ appa i&S yrenliy afeect 'tiw iiidastry for ■„:i V.; scknetiin^^Jeast.Bofar-as moulding and •':;•• ,'-\iraiM®-tari<to t»neeB«d. The sup ^ 'feiel -3ia6;of late fallen far - " Bhori of IbcaJdemands, a&d for this state ■ \- of jafiairs; Ithe'-Ji^ilKjayB Department is held resppnslblel . One prominent mer chant waa-^dtJi^uiiifiss-he loaded :'-;.'-■v . trades at 'night, his wood' could.not-be ■ * isOed ;to tlie city,-and-inany considera « tkms* prevented Jum agreeing - to load *...

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BRITISH POLITICS. REFORM OF THE LORDS. LORD ROSEBERY'S SCHEME. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

BRITISH, POLITICS. REFORM OF THE LORDS. LORD BOSEBEBY'S SCHEME. LONDON, March 11. j On .Monday next Lord Sosebery will present in the House of Lords three re solutions emboaying in general terms the course the Peers propose to follow in re gard to the reform' of ihg hereditary Chamber. The first resolution will affirm the ne cessity of a strong and efficient Second Chamber; the second will set forth that Euch a Chamber "will be best obtained by the reform and Teconstitutiori of the House of Lords; the third will declare that a necessary preliminary to suclj re form is the acceptance of the principle that the possession of a peerage should no longer aSord the right to sit and Tote in the House of Lords

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