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A CABMAN'S SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

A pABMAFS SUDDEN DEATH 'An inquest, was held by tte' City Coro ner on' .Friday moiaing at the, Adelaide Police Court, ; onthehody. of {Walter, Hnnro, cab-driver, whc died • at^tlje Ade laide. Hospital oil March. 9. ' . : :; - ^; * Aijme Mtinpywife'of the deceased,'who' i was "£7_yeaiB ?of age,aaid be. j returned hbme wivMkrch 2 and complained, '.Of. I .Mnm'iTitV pgina. He was' Jalteajded .*by adoctor, who ordered his remoypl'to tjje Adelaide Hospital. , At «iher<hfltspitaian deration -was suggested, but itjie- de based nefosed cio ;alIbw it to ''be \pe® formed.' ?'However, on. .Tuesday ^Bening 1^'ie 'amsenteii, hot the hpetstiou. y'^s delayed, i' 3>r-' de Crespigny.medical euperijjten dental the . Adelaide Hospital, . Eaid' tiie ^o^ed' !^aB admitted to ilife ' hospital suffliaLuig. froin severe 'obdorninBlpaiiis. The'-deceased "refused to allow ian opera: tion tmiiI12 . hoars , before bis death. 'Then,' however,-.complications had 'set and the operation was delayed. - ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TRAOTAY TROUBLE. ALLEGATIONS OF INJUSTICE. WGT TGE MEN WERE DISMISSED. MR. GOODMAN'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE TRAOTAY " I TROUBLE. ; ■ *f.T,ttftATfo£s^ iNjTJSTiejE. j'-WH® THE MEN 'WEEE PISMISSEp. .. - MB. GOODMAN'S STATEMENT. . In yesterday's issue of "The DailyHer complaint was published in regard to the'maTiner in which certain einployes had haen dismissed. When questioned on the matter on Xhuraday, Mr.- Good man, .the «g£nei«l manager, stated t&a.t as-he 'had hot ■ the facts- '-before Vhim **h« could.not mate W'-Gtateznent as :ficr!tbe! reasons of the men's dismissal.'. iast •bight, however, Mr. Goodman -was able to < giveihe following reasons for the dismis ntHsf—Q.) That tbe inen were flat hands; 12) that they were medically -unfit; <3) that they; winre unsuitable -for the electric cax Wice; (4) thatthey would npt .'-qualify, fenvwork on'the electric system. -5. | J IChe nnftiher of men discharged totalled about 30;

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CATHCABT MINE STRIKE. CNDBRGROUND WORK STOPPED MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

CATHCABT MINE STRIKE. CNDBKGROUKD WORK STOPPED* ' j MELBOTTBXE, March 11. j The Cartucart mine sense continues, •all underground trork being at a"6tand staj. • • • Mr Dodd (Ghnirman oE I>ixectors).has declined to displace the eeaxchers or reinstate the miners. A ■: meeting b{ directors wfll be convened for Tuesday.;. The fortnight's yield at the mine waa 901^ 0Z.a„snd the mine is looking vjelly

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TIMBER STACKERS' STRIKE. PROBABLE DECLARATION MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

TJMBEK STACKERS' STRIKE. PROBABLE DECLARATION MELBOURNE,- .March '1L. The Timber Btackeis . Umon will' de-, clare a strike to-morrow unless the em-i ployers agree to a conference over • the wages dispute. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAW COURTS. INSOLYENCY COURT. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

LAW COURTS, TWRni-VENCr COURT. ADELAIDE. Tuesday. March. 13 (before Hie Honor Mr. ^QjoifBian^r ■ Bcfssril).—First hearing—Geotg® Beoj«ndn Woodiow, of I#ower North Adelaide. Lijckmeter. Dividend Order Meeting—Harry -Bone, of Daiwieb, veterinary dentist; .&£&} 'WQliaiDs, of WiJpena terrace: Kilkenny, ' storekeeper

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

THE FATAL PIPE. Mr. \V. Dolan, a well-known gar dener of the Clare district, died on Tuesday from the effects of a burning accidents about three weeks ago. Mr. Dolan went to sleep with a lighted pipe in his mouth, and his clothing became ignited, with the result that he was severely burned about the body. The deceased has left a widow and young family.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Friday March 11. (Before Me[?] J. Gordon, S.M., and W. W. Forwood.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

POLICE COOBT. ADELAIDE. Friday March LL (Befove ItosstB.- 9. Gordon, S .and V. W. Borwood.) Hercule* Pryor pleaded guilty to a charge of having usedindecent language in Hindley street o i Thnradaj. Tised £2 ID/. . «*fy g«y&r pleaded gnCty to tottering on North terrace on Hatch 10. Fined £1 10/

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

THE "GRAEE RING." In yesterday's issue a correspondent drew attention to the existence of a ring which he alleged controlled the pirce of grapes which were used in the manufacture of wines and spirits. A representative of this journal spoke to members of two firms yesterday on the matter.. In each, however, the firms were dealing- with the Barossa and Tanunda districts, and knew no thing of the report. "In fact," said one of the gentlemen, "we are paying Si more per ton this year than last, and 10/ more than that paid two years ago." Another firm stated that in the Barossa district the buyers and the growers had conferred, and had agreed upon a scale of prices, which had been published. Last year .of the total of 5.537,6o8 gallons of wine produced in the Commonwealth this State was re sponsible for 3,132,247 gallons, or con siderably more than half. A total of 22/331 acres were under- vine colli-, valion* .

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

THE DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK. The epidemic of diphtheria prevalent among' State school children does not wear so serious an aspect when it is learned that although a comparatively large number of cases have been re ported. and -about a hundred children, have been admittd into the Children's Hospital, the percentage of tad cases is very low. Mr. M. Maughan (Chief Inspector of Schools}, who has beenr officiating as Acting Director of Educa tion whilst the Director has been in the? south-east, when seen on Friday in. connection with the matter, said* "There is no doubt that the very-heavy^, rain experienced <rf late is to a great extent responsible for the outbreak. Many yards are not kept as dean as they "should be, and where ducks and. fowls are kept • a heavy' fall of rain, causes them to become breeding places for diphtheria germs, unless care is taken in draining. Sptecial pre cautions mast be taken if the yard^ are small. Only the other day the) healti inspector, in investi...

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

io*; t, . THE VINTAGE. ■" "iUtbough "jRtffe r&ther nearly to oTjtaiffl" anaccuiate TjSea-=«f this year's vintage as. far aS-.UjiSjState is concerned, those closely: Sn ipiB®--jnth the i»dnstry_ are of ijpjnion iKmtTthe yield will be a'mo d^tfe iioL-as #ood as last year. 'They. $£jieve it-will be "slightly; better than -that <3 two years " ago. « is geBerally ibelieved that tbe reoent rains have ill effect «pon most kinds '^grajtes. " Large 'tjuanfities have been-sj|at_by lie heavy stortnsj although Iftgfr. might not sefioasly afiect th«s ;veador"i£ he sells by weight.

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

LABORERS' ONIOft. An . application for affiliation -with the council of jtheUnited Labor Tarty was recently lodgedhy, the South Aus tralian Laborers' Union, and the council appointed a committee to con sider statements put-fbith by the. ap plicant body and the XJnited Laborers' Union, from which they had Separated. On Thursday night, at.fflb' meeting of the council,, the oaniiiittee^ - reported against the application,. and- a&er . 3, long: discussion it was decided not to 'authorise 'affiliation. A similar request for affiliation'with"-the'Trades and La bor Council by the same body is now under consideration, and 'the council are endeavouring to arraage ; a confe rence between their excutiye and dele gates from the two laborers' unions It is to be hoped that" a . satisfactory decision will be arrived at*T since at present there is" a "certain ^ amwitit ot misunderstanding between. the. build ers' laborers and fhe-ttiitea iaborers.

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

A CONFLICT OF AUTHORITIES. The necessity for a harbormaster at Murray Bridge has loos' been appa» rent to the Marine Board, and several attempts to have" one appointed have been made. On Wednesday the Pre sident stated that applications been made to have either the s tat-on master or the officer in charge of po lice 'appointed. In the case of the Railway Department, both Mr. Pendle ton and Mr. Moncrieff had been ap proached, whilst Colonel -Madley" his successor mond) had both been written re gard to-, the police. - In every f&staoee a reply adverse to the propoisiLj'J^d been received. Mr. Searcy jwasV Jpf opinion that the matter was. bnie Skat required immediate attention. Fie thought it ridiculous that because -an officer chose to say he already Had too much work to do,' departments should refuse an . application of the kind. The work was purely ah .-honorary function, and all that would be needed' would be the sending in of an' occasional re port. In the case of the stati...

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

SENTENCED FOR MAN SLAUGHTER. Yesterday the trial of Peter Hansen at Gladstone, on a charge of having 1 murdered Catherine Thompson at Port Pirie on November 18, was con cluded by a verdict of guilty of manr slaughter under strong provocation. The accused was recommended to mercy. A sentence of iS% months' im prisonment with hard labor- was - im posed. ■ - •• , .. i

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

CEMETERY IN DANGER. The Port MacDopnell Cemetery is stiuated on Cape Ko^humberland, east' of the lighthouse, and tlie shifting sandhills threaten to cover it at some not distant date, wrote our Moant Gambier correspondent on Thursday. Marram grass has been planted on the hummocks nearest the cemetery,- but the council is now seeking a fresh site.

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

A WAGES QUESTION. 1 - A w^-aiiaddspecial tnieetaig <jF the SawmOl Baiuis anHDrivers' TJmoa. wasJield at tbie Traces Hall last <wen« iag. The principal business was <th« ■ arrangcment-ol^a conference witk th* employers o&'l&e question* of wages, III aocordan'cfe-1 Vrith ;a -coromimiGaliont received fromtfce employers, 3d^gate» were appoiiied^to attend a conference* which will Tje Jield. .on. .Monday after** noon. ■ V - ' " ■

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
G. BERNARS SHAW AND THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

G. BERNARS SHAW AND THE ■? - - &DG&. • ' -•• In the recenr jshirt-Traist strike in . Philadelphia and 3flew York ledge Olmsted declared, that die "strike of due girls teas a ^strike against God.1^ A anmber 'of giri graduates whs aaa helping- -the -MotiSCTiakers met, and , agreed that they 'jnnst have a clever; retort to the jad^'s dictun!. cabled the/dicbife. to ^^naiA Siasri,. adj&g, "Please nanitfms^ . Rqfa paid." Tlie.BejEt'.lpsi^^^/SS^^Soiw ing telegiato Tras fexired:—; ful, mediae*^ >AznerimI ^iAlw^Ss jia" the intimate' a€ the Almighty." -Bernard Shaw.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SACCO-HOMAN. THE-STARVING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

SACCO-HOMAN. THE-STARVING MAN. "The Starring -Man" is the title earned by Guiseppe Sacco-Heman, -the remark able H^mgarian who for the past seve ral years has been astounding the medi cs! profession and the public generally with his remarkable tests of endurance. At Birmingham he established a world's record of 52 days without food, after which he was engaged by an Australian syndicate. As soon as existing contracts were filled, Sacco-Homan left for Mel bourne, and, fitted for his ardons task by a long sea voyage and a thorough rest, successfully fasted for 53 days in Melbourne. Though this fast was only concluded a few weeks ago the Hungar ian will again begin a starve of 43 days in Adelaide on March 22. Special pre | mises have ben secured at No. 12 Hmdley street, at the corner of Gresham street. Sscco will be enclosed in a glass house j and will be visible to the public night and- day.

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

THE DOMESTIC SLA7E. | (By.Impy Q.) On all sides the wail of the housewife is heard over the alleged dearth of efficient domestic helps, and one would gather from the tone of their lamenta tions that the scarcity of the household drudge and her ineptitude were due to deliberate malice. j Probably the average servant of the present day is not a jewel of price»J and, considering all things, it is not surprising. The modern maid Of ailj work is a product of circumstances)] and if she were all that is desired byj the modern mistress would be an astounding phenomenon—also the dame who presides over the destinies of the six-roomed suburban villa (generally, called "The Towers") would be bereft of a prolific-topic of conversation. Of recent years the demand for ser vants has grown enormously, and the supply has diminished appreciably. ■Every young-Miss who blossoms mto a Mrs. immediately yearns to possess a sl^ve to • her-will, and very'frequently she unnecessarily orders her help about "ju...

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

Election Campaign "H.S.C." writes'—On Wednesday even ing I attended a meeting in the North Adelaide Town 11 all to hear addresses by Messrs. Cleland, Howell* (jrifiin, and An i derson, who are the selected Ministerial! I candidates for the Adelaide division in j the House of Assembly. I expected to hear the Government platform explained, but this aspect of the" political situation was only lightly touched on by all the candidates. The quartet stated that they did not favor the taxation pro posals of the Government. The candi dates spent most of their time in hurling insults at the workers. Colonel Rowell and Mr. Griffin went- into hysterics over the helpless condition the workers were I in at the present time, owing, they stated* 1 to being misled by "paid agitators," and [both of them were exceedingly joyful ; over the gaoling of unionists in Hew South Wales. Then came Mr.- Anderson* who said "he did not know what the ob jective of Socialise was, but that he was an sziti-Socialist....

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