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THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (By our Special Commissioner.) Headers will recollect that ten years ago a Royal Commission was appointed to consider the desirability of establishing a State Bank and Royal Mint in South Australia. The Hon. Sir Heniy Ayers, K.C.M.G., chairman of the trustees of the Savings Bank of South Australia, was at that time examined amongst other persons, and he said that the Savings Bank of South Australia wasestablished in March 1848, "with the purpose of encouraging thrift on the part of the working classes, and taking care of the savings of these people, with a view to investing them in the best possible manner." In 1848 there were 214 depositors, and the total funds held at the close of the first year amounted to £5,414 8s. 4d. The bank was then open on two days of each week, one hour at midday on Wednesday for repayments, and a couple of hours Saturday evenings for receipts. The first accountant gave his services and found office-room for £50 a year...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

HOOPER'S FURNITURE, 49 Hindlev Street GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF "THE HERALD." Special "Herald" Prices. NOTICE .—Unless this paper is men tioned when ordering we cannot guarantee to supply at rates hereunder, all Prices having been prepared specially for identifi cation of orders with The Herald. OUR MOTTO— " He is well served who is well satisfied/' Two Room Furnishings — for £9 15s. — 8EDR00M.—Bedstead, full size, with head and foot rail, green or black and gold, neat and strong Wire Mattress Flock Bed, well fitted with soft flock only, good ticking Flock Bolster, well filled with soft flock only, good ticking 2 Flock Pillows Washstand, imitation Cedar (or Light Pine if preferred), with turned legs Dressing Table (in same colors) Looking Glass—Plate and Mahogany Bedboom—continued. Toilet Set, nice pattern, good size, 5 pieces KITCHEN — Turned Leg Table, strong, size 4ft. x2ft. Sin., top of inch timber, frame of cedar color 4 Best American Chairs Meat Safe, well made Sofa, wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

MILD-DARK-PLUG TOBACCO

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ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. LECTURE BY MR. H. A. GRAINGER, M.P. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY—WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH IT? [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. Lecture by Mr. h. A. Grainger, M.P. the northern' territory—avhat is to be doxe with it ? There was a good attendance at the Democratic Club Lecture Hall on Sunday last, when Mr. F. Stapleton, the president, who occupied the chair, introduced Mr. -Grainger, M.P., as the lecturer of the evening. Mr. Gbaingeii, who was exceedingly well received, prefaced his lecture with the remark that he shared the advantages possessed by the Hon. Mr. Warren, M.L.C., -and some others who posed as authorities on this subject, in that he as well as they had never visited the Territory. (Laughter.) This may have been all for the better, because, judging from the contradictory opinions of the present and former residents, he might, had he resided there, like them, have become biased and become either extremely liberal or excessively conservative. To understand how we stand with the Northern Territory we must remember that a quarter of a century ago the mother ■country had shown...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale and Retail Booksellers, Stationers, and News Agents, Have on Sale— A BARRIER BRIDE. A Story of the Broken Hill Strike. By George Garnet. Price, paper binding 2s. 6d.; cloth 3s. 6d. HALF CROWN BOB. Tales of the Riverine. By Price Warung. Price 2s. Gd. and 3s. 6d. BELOW AND ON TOP. By Edward Dyson. Illustrations by Phil May and others. Paper binding 2s. 6cL; cloth 3s. 6d. ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. By Boldrewood. George Robertson & Special Edition. Price, Is. For more extended list of new books please apply for copy of George Robertson's Monthly Book Circular which will be posted free to any address. freeman STREET, adelaide ; Telephone, 602. 226-77

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LETTER FROM BEN TILLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

LETTER FROM BEN TILLETT. You will be glad to know I am making every headway to complete recovery, I trust, and am able to work much harder without feeling so fatigued. There is plenty of work to be done in the old country. We are to have a great council meeting in London of the newly-formed Trades Federation. Many of the older unions are taking an interest in the new venture, which ought to have the effect of attracting the others to join as soon as they see we are in earnest in the matter of closer union. Oar own dockers' conference has had for discussion a compulsory Arbitration Act, which will occasion some discussion at the next Trades Union Congress. I expect to have a lot of opposition to the proposal, as the men in this country have not seriously taken the question into consideration. The peculiar part of the business is that the so called Free Labor Gazette people are going for the proposition with ail the venom in their silly make-up. The chairman of the London Chamber of C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLORED LABOR IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

COLORED LABOR IN QUEENSLAND. The Brisbane Worker by forcibly and continually directing public attention to the curse of colored Labor is doing a good work, not only for its own colony but for Australia generally, its vigorous articles on the question have more than a local value, because by reading them Australians out side of Queensland can see the effects of the curse, and will be the better prepared to strenuously resist its introduction or further extension into their respective colonies Says the Worker in its last issue :— "In spite of all that has been written and said, in the face of the most shameful exposures and developments from week to week, the scandal and the attendant horrors of alien colored immigration is still allowed to continue without interference. If there were no other evidence needed of the political power held by the capitalist classes of this province, this persistent countenancing of and continuance in a line of policy in direct opposition to the wish of n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

Boots and Shoes. Ever Overflowing with BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS, THE OF The John Hunter Co. LIMITED. A FEW GOOD THINGS. Ladies' Real Nice Blacking Leather Lace Shoes At 3s. lid. and 4s. lid. In!MEN'S BLUCHERS We do Shine at 3s.lid., 4s lid., 5s.6d„ 6s. lid. Something: good for Mothers, also their dear Daughters. Glace Kid Lace Boots, 10s. 6d. 10/6 OUR FAMOUS w Half-Guinea BALMORALS need no Comment, DOW they are Wm&IMKBuQD NOTED throughout South Australia for their wearing *** qualities. A late Addition to our Winter Stock Ladies' Glace Kid Button Boots, 10s. 9d. In MEN'S BALMORALS ; We stand alone for Cheap ness and Wearing Qualities. This is a Bargain at 6s. lid. There is no old stock, every t 'thing new and up to date. Remember ! Remember ! Remember ! To get a good article at a low price you must go to HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE Next Arcade, Bundle Street, Adelaide. ima1™ MILD-DARK* PLUG TOBACCO

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

JOEL, MOSS'S MONSTER CLOTHING PALACE. THE CORNER ONLY, King William and Hindley Streets. HATS, £12,000 WORTH MEN'S YOUTHS' BOYS' CLOTHING. SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, BRACES, RUGS THE "MONSTER" WINS COMPETITION^ DEFEATED SUITS to Order from - - - - 35s. TROUSERS to Order from- - - 8s. lid. Boys'K.B. or Sailor Suits,2s.lld. Men's Ready-made Suits,10s.6d.

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ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. WOMAN'S PRESENT POSITION IN INDUSTRIAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. WOMAN'S PRESENT POSITION IN INDUSTRIAL LIFE. Lecture by Miss E. Williams. The Democratic Club platform was occupied by Miss E. Williams on Sunday evening last, the president of the club (Mr. F. Stapleton) occupying the chair. There was an excellent attendance, and the leeturess was warmly received when intro dued by the chairman. Miss Williams stated that she had chosen the subject under consideration for two reasons : first, because so few seem to think of the woman's phase of the Labor problem ; second, that consideration of that phase may direct special attention to it and lead to reformation. Everyone would admit that there was to-day a feeling of unrest and discontent throughout the civilized world. There were troubles in one country, a rush for work in another, and depressions or strikes elsewhere. The trouble was more or less chronic, and it was only when it became more acute than usual that it was specially noticed by the press. In Italy the people ...

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IMPERIAL WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT.—No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

IMPERIAL WORKMEN'S COM PENSATION ACT.—No. 3. The Workmen's Compensation Act and the Employers Liability Act on the Imperial statute books are very different measures although they are often confounded the one with the other. An important appeal* recently heard by Justices Smith, Williams, and Romer may assist those interested in discx'iminating between the two. A man named Edwards had lost a case which he had brought against his employer, Godfrey, in the Wandsworth County Court. He had claimed lis. per week during incapacity for work because of injuries sustained by him whilst in the employment of Godfrey, who was a contractor. The action under the Employers Liability Act was heard before the county court judge and a jury, when, on the verdict of the jury, it was held thai the applicant was guilty of contributory negligence and judgment was entered for the defendants. Some three weeks later the applicant claimed compensation under the Work men's Compensation Act and an award was mad...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

For not buying the Wife some of Myers & Co.'s Cork Linoleum op Oilcloth, if you only scrubbed your room once you would quite understand what a tedious and back-aching job it is, and would fully appreciate why the wife wants Cork Linoleum laid on her floors, so that she may be able to do away with the scrubbing-brush entirely. In addition to this, no dust or dirt can accumulate, because the surface is extremely smooth. The designs are quite equal to any carpet. The wife is quite right when she tells you that if you are not prepared to pay cash down, we are ready to supply you, without a reference or security of any kind, on easy terms of payment, by paying a SMALL DEPOSIT and agreeing to pay Is. in the £1 per week until the account is settled- If you prefer to buy for cash, we will allow you a discount ot 2s. in £1. Write (or call) For Patterns and Price-lists, and they will be sent to you at once. [246-97] MYERS & CO., DIRECT IMPORTERS OF^'OILCLOTHS AND LINOLEUM, 75 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

Always Drink WINES. The Best. Sold Everywhere. 235-86

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OUR LUNATIC ASYLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

OUR LUNATIC ASYLUMS. If a stranger came to Adelaide and asked to see the best of our State institu tions, one could not go far wrong in taking him to see our lunatic asylums. Dr. Cleland's report for 1898 is not ready yet in pamphlet form, but it can be bought at the Government Printing Office for 2d., and it is a most interesting docu ment. There are at the present time 957 lunatics in the two asylums, 233 in the Adelaide and 724 in the Parkside asylum. In the Adelaide asylum there are 119 males, and 114 females, and of these 201 are pauper lunatics, while 29 pay some thing towards their maintenance. No difference is made between the paying and non-paying patients. A gentleman whose friends paid £1 a day for him was treated just like the rest, the only difference made being that a warder took him for a walk every afternoon. At Parkside are 606 pauper lunatics, and 60 patients who pay something towards their expenses. At the latter place are all the criminal and dangerous patients e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, and COMPANY'S Winter Clearing? Sale NOW PROCEEDING. In announcing this Sale we assure our Customers and the General Public that OUR STOCK is NEW and FRESH, composed of THIS SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS only. The REDUCTIONS in all Departments will be found THOROUGHLY GENUINE. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. PATTERNS SENT FREE ANYWHERE. TERMS CASH. 22, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

REMARKABLE GIFT. The Australasia agent-general for Vitadatio, Mr. S. A. Palmer, has just instituted a most remarkable departure. The works of Charles M. Sheldon have sprung into prominence, and are attracting the atten tion of the entire English-speaking races of the world and probably others. Mr. Palmer, in his generosity, has arranged with the publishers for quarter of a million of copies of this most noted author's works, nd will send to any address in the colonies, a copy, on receipt of twopence in stamps, or the five copies on receipt of sixpence in stamps, which will only cover postage. "Vitadatio's aim is not only to cure the .people of diseases, but also to instruct and lead their minds to the nobler aspirations. The list of books is as follows:—" In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do ?' "The Crucifixion of Philip Strong," "His Brother's Keeper," " Malcolm Kirk," " Richard Hardy's Seven Days." Mr. Palmer is certainly going out of his usual way to reach the people, and practical ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HON. J. H. GORDON ON HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

HON. J. H. GORDON ON HOUSE HOLD SUFFRAGE. The Hon. J. H. Gordon has taken up the cudgels as an opponent of household suffrage, and on Tuesday last he delivered himself of his new-born opinions in a speech which was in every way worthy of his old traditions * that is to say, his language was choice, his arguments—such as they were—admirably strung together, and his delivery all that a most exacting professor of elocution could desire. There are few indeed in either House who could speak so well and so long and say so very little. Clever as his speech undoubtedly was, it was an utterly illogical one. As the "Adver tiser says "in his new rdle as an extreme Liberal appealing to extreme Liberals against a measure of moderate liberalism he rather overacted the part." As a preliminary objection to the measure, to which he pretended to attach the greatest importance, he pointed out that:— # They were on the verge of a vast con stitutional change. Federation would involve radical readjustmen...

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THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION'S LATEST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIA TION'S LATEST. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I have read with pleasure your articles on health matters, which go to prove that you are desirous of improving the physical as well as the social and political faculties of your readers. Believing this, I am induced to bring under your notice Dr. Swift's presidential address to the S.A. Branch of the British Medical Association on the occasion of its annual meeting held last Thursday week, and reported in the Register of July 3. The particular part of the address to which I desire to draw your attention is that in which he adversely criticised some remarks, alleged to have been made by the Senior Resident Physician (Dr. Ramsay Smith) to an Advertiser reporter, on antitoxin serum in cases of diphtheria. It is a marvel of criticism. He (Dr Swift) " cannot call to mind a single adverse report." He has been "assured by those who are competent to speak on the subject." Hearsay evidence, second-hand information, and blank igno...

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OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

OLD AGE PENSIONS. The proposal to benefit the aged poor by means of old age pensions makes slow way in England. The committee appointed to investigate the matter have suggested so many necessary qualifications and disqualifications for the applicants for relief that there is a general feeling in favor of asking the gentlemen tp resign, and make room ' for fess fastidious persons. According ^KtVitfer 65j^ea^v^i ? i^|)^ession^^^aii ; assumed private, income of something ov£r -10?, a.w^l£r£' ■ feieiidly ■ Society or a; j^sripd of not less than twenty years before attaining the age of .65 ; and various other things, if hie is to be entitled to State assistance in -the form of tin old age pension. Then again, -the committee say that a man shall not be eligible for a pension i£ he earns a weekly wage of more than • 5s., or if he has received poor law relief within twenty years previous to his application for a pension, or if he has been imprisoned without the option of a fine during the s...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Industrial legislation. The Brisbane Worker on the " Colored agony." Mr. Arch, M.P., retires from parliamen tary life. Clever but utterly illogical speech by Gordon against- Household Suffrage. Mr. John Mlieller will have a boot stall in the Central Market on Saturday evenings. Admissions and re-admissions to our lunatic asylums lower last year than for any previous year since 1887. The Eight Hours Celebration Union, in spite of the fact that no art union is to be allowed, are going to make their next demonstration a big success. • " For a man's cart to stay twenty minutes outside a shop while he had tea was not worse than for a lady's carriage to stay outside a milliner's shop while she bought ribbons." The strike of North British Railway platelayers has ended, the men of the western section having accepted the offer of the directors of Is. per week advance and two paid holidays. They originally de manded 2s. per week advance and two paid holidays. New South Wales L...

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