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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. 1899. The Herald. Visit Fitch's. Unemployed. Visit the Zoo. Politics at sports. New moon on the 12th. Work wanted ; not charity. The Herald shortening its name. "Have mercy—we are starving." Send your printing to The Herald office. John Martin & Co.'s summer sale now on. Unempl./ed difficulty more intense than ever. The weather won the Sheffield Shield for Victoria. The Zoo deservedly patronised during the holidays. Monthly meeting of Democratic Club on Tuesday next. Government officials are not in love with the Labor Bureau. United Labor Party meets on Thursday next, January 12. When will the Government start the Barossa waterworks ? West Australia ahead of this colony with social legislation. Broken Hill people seriously resisting the granting of licences to alien hawkers. Bombay and Madras infected with bubonic plague. So says the Government Gazette. Popular sixpenny fares on Qlenelg rail ways all day Saturday and every evening. The Legislative Councillors...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

B MILD-DARK-PLUG TOBACCO Notices. REEVES & CO S CENTRAL SCHOOLS OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEE PING, and OFFICE ROUTINE, In conjunction with the SOLE AGENCY "Yost" and "Densmope" Type writers (over 300 of these Machines in use in S. A.) 2, 4, 6, 7, JO, and 12, WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, CITY. 120 words per minute guaranteed. Pupils recommended for situations. Fees from £1 is. Telephone 825. 213-238 IMPERIAL COFFEE PALACE (Tavistock Buildings) 230, RUNDLE STREET EAST. First-Class Board and Residence 14s. per week. Meals at all hours. Tickets 5s. per dozen. Menu Unsurpassed. Splendid Accommodation for Families. A night porter in constant attendance. 263 YALUMBA SPECIAL OLD PORT, 1880 Vintage, was AWARDED Champion Cup last WINE SHOW. This is the FAVORITE WINE among the MEDICAL PROFESSION. S. SMITH & SON, CAVENDISH CHAMBERS, GRENFELL STREET. TOBACCOS^ Retail at Wholesale Prices. MAX LEWIN, 84, KING WILLIAM STREET (Opposite the Bank of Adelaide). Bengali Razors, 3s. 6d.,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOPOS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

TOPOS. [By "Phe."] I am called a dreamer, but I don't mind that, for I remember that the accomplished {acts of to-day were the idle dreams of a -century ago ; that to sit down before a steaming kettle and dream of locomotion was to be the forerunner of an alteration of the whole social conditions of mankind ; that to note the effect of disturbances in the atmos phere was to dream of the powers of electricity. But when men call me a fool for my dreaming then . But let me 1«11 you my'dream. I wandered off into a far country, and left behind me all those old associations which, being bitter in themselves and having only the spirit of unloving competition permeating all social life, had ceased to have any charm for me ; and a feeling of wondering joyful ness came over me as I pursued my onward way. Right ahead in the distance, near the horizon, I saw the gleam of a great light reflected in the heavens, for it was night and the sky clear, and, curiously moved, I hastened on. It was a gre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

United Labor Party. Trades Hall, Grote Street. Wednesday, January 11, AT 8 P.M Grand Vocal, Literary, and Instrumental Entertainment in aid of the Funds of the U.L.P. Tickets, 6cL A few Reserved Seats, Is. 222 E. J. CUMMINS, Hon Sec. Notices. John Hutchings & Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents,. NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CURRIE ST., HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP PROPERTIES BOSE PARK, Close St., saperior Villa, 6 ajucJU rooms, &c., nicely situated, easy walk to citj YJCQC MALVERN, Cremorne St., modern House, o rooms, &e., land 35 x 15S, well finished. pKQK MILE END, Hughes St., 6rooms,&c.,land 40 x 193, few fruit trees, ice. C} C AA SLAG ILL ROAD, near Maid and Magpie, Si JUv 7 rooms, stabling, large block of land. 4?A7 r CITY, Gilles St., 5 rooms, &c., nicely I c# finished, marble mantels, &c., land 23 x90. p A R A PARKSIDE, near Park Lands, pretty D well S'rUU ing, 5 rooms and court, &c., land 45 x 132. C A GITY, Angas St., near Par...

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A WARNING TO THE UNEMPLOYED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

A WARNING TO THE UNEMPLOYED. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I think it my duty aa a working man to warn others against seeking work at Wallaroo. About a month back twenty men were advertised for at the Wallaroo Smelters. Nineteen men went; I was amongst the number. I want the public to take notice of the treatment we received there. On arrival at Port Wallaroo there was no representative of the company to meet us—we were like lost sheep. We found the office of the smelters, and also the manager. We had strict orders to start work at 7 next morning; but where were we to obtain board or lodgings ? No one knew, and apparently our employers did not care. We hunted all over the township for about four hours, until it was nearly dark. No one would take us in, not even the hotels. Every door was closed against us, and as we were looking around one could hear the dirty remarks passed by some residents, such as "blacklegs," "thieves," "speilers," " burglars," etc. We all claim to be respectable men and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Australian Mutual Provident Society. Accumulated Funds - £14,500,000 Total Assurances (with. Bonuses) ... 50,000,000 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The co-operation of members is invited with the view of making the New Business for the current year the largest in the history of the society. Each member is relied upon to assist in the celebration of the Jubilee by the introduction of at least ONE new member. The Society is now the largest Mutual Life Assurance Office in the British Dominions. F. T. BRIDGES, Resident Secretary. Office—23 King William Street, Adelaide. 190-241 Insurance Notices. ASSURE IN THE Citizens' THE MOST POPULAR AND PRO GRESSIVE LIFE OFFICE. SECURITY UNDOUBTED. ANNUAL BONUSES UNSURPASSED PAYMENTS ALWAYS PROMPT Adelaide Offices: 8 King William Street. 192-243 P. J. O'DKiscoiiii, Res. Sec. The SALE of the Season IS NOW BEING HELD AT F. SACK'S ESTABLISHMENTS, 126 Rundle Street, next Plough and Harrow Hotel, AND 282 and 284, Rundle St. Bast. Suits to order from 30s. Blac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOM JONES TO PAT MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

TOM JONES TO "PAT MURPHY. Dear Pat—A happy new year to you, and the wife, and the little ones. May we have a more prosperous year this than last. I hope we shall not need to go to the Labor Bureau for work. That new move to regu late the sending and selecting of men is not all it should be, and there is much grumbling going on. Some of the chaps talk as if the bureau was to create work; it was never intended to do so. It was established to give everyone the same chance of getting the work that is available. But I am not going to talk too much " shop" to you this time. I want to tell you how I spent my holidays, and the way I enjoyed my 28th at the Bay. Xmas Day I made a stay-at-home sort of day. I like to see all the children at home eating the dear old girl's pudding. I was dragged up with the notion that if possible there should be a home-coming of all the clan every Xmas, and I try to keep it up. It's good for the children, it's good for us old folk. In this new country of ours, ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

THE ANGEL'S TEA. THREE VARIETIES—FINE LEAF, COARSE LEAF, MIXED, SHILLING PER POUND WITH SUGAR FREE. PRICEIS CURRENT. — Apples 4cL, Pears 3d., Almonds 4d., Rice Is. 6d. doz.». Barley Js. 6d., Split Peas Is. 6d., Tapioca Is. 6d., Canary Seed Is. 6d., Sago Is. 6d., Bee Cham's Pills 8J<L, Pink Pills 2s. 6cL, Bile Beans Is., Cough F.li-rir Is., Eucalyptus 6d.» Ayer's Sarsaparilla 3s. 9d., Ayer's Pills 10<L, Inseetibane 6d., Treacle 13s. 6d. cwt., Golden Syrup 16s. 6a. cwt., Assorted Jams 6s. doz., Matches 12 doz. for Is. 6d., Liebig's Beef Ex tract Is. jar, Sardines 2s. 6d. doz., Starch 4£d., Blue 8d., No. 1 Soap 5d. bar, Salt 3s. 6d. cwt., Seigel's Syrup Is. 4d., Seltzogene Charges (5 pint) Is. 9d. per doz., Dried Prunes 2s. 6d. doz. lbs,, Currants 4|d., Lemon Peel 9cL, Coffee Is , Tea Farmings 8d., Sugar (best white) 2d., Baking Powder (1 lb. tins) lOd., Notepaper and Envelopes 9d. box, Haricot Beans 2s. 3d. doz., Copra Cake 7s. cwt., German Teast 3d., Green chees...

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"1899." (Written for The Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

"189 9." {Written for The Herald.) Hail thou ! 1899, Thou hast hopes for me and mine. Thou hast pleasures, thou hast woes, 'Twist days breaking and its close. Life's ephemeral dawn must pass As the flower fades, the grass Withers 'neath the scorching" sun— Light and Life will sink in one. Yet I bless thee, '99, Bless thee for a thought divine :— If I live as seeking death, So uneasy is my breath, And I'll hate the glow of life— Fain would end this mortal strife. But if Life be full and free Then we'll live it, thee and me. So may 18S9 Raise me to a height sublime, Where I'll see the light of God Shining on the path I've trod, Where I'll see my brother man Form one whole, united clan, Bound as brothers, bound as men, Bound to rise, nor fall again. Now we'll drink to '99, Drink in love if not in wine. May the year commence in grace, And its end be worth its place. May your life and mine be true— You to me, and me to you, Both to all men, true and brave, Both be men. and savins?, save....

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Topical Items. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Topical Items. [By "Bab."] When will the time arrive for polities and other solid subjects to be taboeed at sports' gatherings ? When will politicians and intending politicians definitely decide to win on their merits and POLITICS AT &PORTS. not by side issues and attendance at holiday meetings ? This sort of work is not only dangerous, but it seriously interferes with the enjoyment of those who have congre gated for that one purpose only. The latest exhibition took place .at Port Adelaide, where, led on by the Premier, some seven or eight honorable gentlemen of the Legislative. Council and gentlemen of the House of Assembly opened their hearts and their mouths on matters political. Naturally enough they, to themselves, satisfactorily settled the various great questions of the day in speeches ranging from three-quarters of an hour to three-quarters of a minute. The-audience preferred the latter. O that the speakers could have seen it for them selves. They did not—hence the a...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

South Australia. INCOME TAX RETURNS for the Year ended 31st December, 1898, are required to be furnished as follows :— TAXPAYERS (EXCEPT FARMERS) RESIDENT SOOTH OF HERGOTT SPRINGS—On or before 1st February, 1899. TAXPAYERS RESIDENT NORTH OF HERGOTT SPRINGS — On or before 1st March l^QQ FARMERS ONLY — On or before 1st April, 1899. The time for Farmers to send in their Income Returns for the year ending Decem ber 31, 1898, is extended to April 1, 1899, for the purpose of including the whole of the harvest returns. J. G RUSSELL, Commissioner of Taxes. Adelaide, January 1st, 1899. 221-3 The Co-Operative Printing1 and Publishing: Company of South Australia, Limited. The EIGHT HALF-YEARLY Meeting of the Shareholders of the Co-Operative Printing and Publishing Company of South Australia, Limited, will be held in the COUNCIL ROOM of the TRADES HALL, Cirote Street, Adelaide, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1899, at 8 o'clock p m. business : To receive the Balance-sheet and Reports; to elect 4 Membe...

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DR. ASTLES ON WEARING APPAREL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

DR. ASTLES ON WEARING APPAREL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I have had this evening, thanks to your correspondent, a very hearty laugh as an aid to digestion. Whence came her ideas of pyjamas? Any married lady would have corrected the impression. Meantime a visit to a tailor's would enlarge her mind about the varieties of male attire, and the differences between a summer flannel suit for hot weather and night attire would doubtless be pointed ouc to her. Nature parted my locks at an early age, and though I have struggled to preserve some hair on my cranium, it is so thin that I deemed it no sin against propriety to wear a smoking-cap to keep off the sun rays that were pouring down in the open, according to the meteorolo gist, with an intensity of over 150 degrees. My duties oblige me to leave the shade twenty or thirty times a day. Did your correspondent ever have to endure sore feet from heat and walking ? If so, her sympathy will permit me to cure mine with easy slippers. If we are to be fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, and COMPANY ARE NOW OFFERING An Extensive Purchase of BLOUSE Silks. ALL NEW GOODS, AT REMARKABLE PRICES. Beautiful New Millinery for Christmas Trade. Fancy Leatherware for Christmas Presents. And an endless variety of Dolls, Toys, &c, Men's and Boy's Hats, Shirts, Ties, Collars, Suite and Garmennts to Measure by First-class Cutter. Boys and Youths' Clothing. Boots and Shoes, &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

JOHN MARTIN AND COMPANY, LIMITED, The Popular Cash Drapers. Sale Now On. Heavy Reductions in all Classes of Goods throughout the House. John Martin &C0 ,LTD 98, lOO, 102, 104, 106, 108, 108a, Rundle Street, Adelaide. (CORNER OF CHARLES STREET.) mc^TYIQC IfnlirlQTrc Customers will please take notice that our KJlLl ID Hilda XlUlllldj O. Establishments will be CLOSED as fol lows : — MONDAY, 26th December, in lieu of Xmas Day ; TUESDAY, 27th Dec. ; WEDNESDAY, 28th, Anniversary Day ; also, MONDAY, January 2, 1899, in lieu of New Year's Day. The following Seasonable Lines now in Stock: Winter Cured Hams, mild and good ; Prime Bacon, Tip Top Cheese, New Currants, Finest New Raisins, Cordials of every Description, Ox Tongues, Sheep's Tongues, Swallow and Ariel's Xmas Puddings and Cakes, Preserved Ginger, Madras Chutnee, Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, &e. William Marston, Wholesale & Retail Grocer, Opposite Railway Station, Port Adelaide, And Junction Road, Rose water

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THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: JANUARY 7, 1899. THE NATIONALIZATION OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: JANUARY 7. 1899. THE NATIONALIZATION OF HEALTH. It is only of late years we have awoke to the fact that the public health is a State interest. " Familiarity breeds contempt." We are so familiar with our bodies that we treat them with less respect than our hats and bonnets. Just as a man who lives within a stone's throw of Stonehenge or the Tower of London will spend his life without visiting these places, and be rather proud of his apathy, so we behave towards the marvellous piece of mecha nism called a man or a woman. We have a Minister of Education, and have already forgotten that State schools are novelties. We have no Minister of Health, and the idea of such a person coming into the Ministry would just now be laughed at. However, all over the world the idea of the nationalization of health is gaining adherents; and the laisser-faire system is losing favor with all but the most antiquated Conserva tives. Dr. Caesar de Paepe, the son of a workman and physicia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Temperance Notiee. Independent Order of Rechafoites. Membership, 240,000. Total Funfls, £800,000. TO THE WORKING MI"*?" A3® WOMEN OF SOUTH .[JSTRALIA : Study your Best Interest > ' Joining the most Popular and Solvent Temperance Benefit Society, THS Albert District, No. 83, IOR Young Men from 17 years of age and up ward can Join at the Quarterly Contribu tions as per following Scale :— Age at Entry—Last Birthday. 17 to 20 ... 8s. Od. I 26 to 30 ... 10s. Id. 21 to 25 ... 9s. Id. | 30 to 35 ... lis. 9d. Five Shillings per quarter extra for Medi cal and Management Expenses. Other ages in proportion. ENTRANCE FR£E,~*Sfck Benefits, 20s. per week; Funeral Benefits, £25 to £40, and £12 on death Of w->fe (if insured). ADULTS— FEMALES. — Sick benefits, 10s. per week ; Funeral Benefits, £10, and £7 10s. on death of husband (if insured). Contrib- "ons from 6d. per week. JUVENILE MEMBERS — BOYS and GIRLS, 8 years to 17. — Entrance, FREE. Contributions, 2d. per week for Sick and Funeral Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

/ CURLER Brandy The only Brandy UBed in the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents—RUNDLE & GOW, Adelaide. 97-24 j ! " : ; V-: '' CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adelaide Show, 1897. Sole Agents—BUNDLE & GOW, Adelaide. 97-248

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THE AGE OF GOLD AND THE GOLDEN RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

THE AGE OF GOLD AND THE GOLDEN RULE. Jesus said :— Love your enemies. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. Give to him that asketh thee. Lend, hoping for nothing. Forgive men their debts. Lay not up treasure on earth. Be merciful and give good measure pressed down and running over. I will give unto this last even as unto thee. Ye cannot serve God and Mammon. The Age of Gold says:— Undersell your friends. Every man for him self and the devil take the bindermost. Indiscriminate char ity is a frightful eviL Interest is the legiti mate remuneration of capital. Get a distress war rant. Capital is essential to production. It is impossible to interfere with the laws of supply and demand. Do not let sentiment influence the wages you pay. Buy in the cheapest and sell in the dearest market. —Exchange. Workers !—Send along your subscriptions for the year just commencing.

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The Mayor of Port Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

The Mayor of Port Adelaide. Mr. Thomas Grose, J.P. Me. Thomas Grose, J.P., the democratic Mayor of Port Adelaide, was born in the parish of St. Just, West Penzance, Corn wall, England, in I&37. He received his education under the tuition of the late Mr. William Noye, subsequently of Strathalbyn. At twelve years of age he began active work in the tin and copper mines of the district. After some three years spent at various callings, he entered the smith's shop at the celebrated Levant mine, where at an early age he graduated and became foreman, hold ing this position until he left England. He came to this colony in July, 1865, and he commenced work at the engineering estab lishment of the late Mr. Robert Lindsay. At the end of two years' service he was made foreman, a position he continued in till 1878, when in company with his late partner and brother-in-law, Mr. W. Thomas, he visited England, and purchased some mill ing machinery. On his return a small stone mill was erecte...

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TO Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

To Coppespondents. 44Maey Mercy."—Your letter appeared in another paper.

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