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A POPULAR ACTRESS. ISS BLANCHE CLEMENTS IN THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

A POPULAR ACTRESS. ias Blanche Clements in the West. Miss Blanche Clements, the popular actress, who attained so great a success as a member of Mr. Alfred Dampier'a Dramatic Co., had a chat with our reporter recently concerning her trip to Western Australia. Miss Clements is most prepossessing in appearance, and bright and vivacious in her conversation. " When I was over in the West," said Miss Clements, " we had a fairly jolly time; Mess Blanche Clements. though, of course, we had to do a little of what you might term * roughing it.'" "Yon were well received by the people of the West, I suppose, Miss Clements ? " "Yes ; I cannot complain of the reception given us ; and I believe that our efforts to please were appreciated. One thing, how ever, I did not like about the West is the prevalence of fever there Whilst I was there typhoid was alarmingly prevalent; and when I returned to Victoria I fell a victim to general weakness and lassitude, together with feverish symptoms. A severe c...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A REMARKABLE ENTERPRISE. VITADATIO. AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. ARTHUR J. WYLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

A REMARKABLE ENTERPRISE. VITADATIO. AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. ARTHUR J. WYLIE. Learning that Mr. Wylie was in Adelaide, a representative from this office called on him to glean some particulars of the wonder ful cares effected by Vitadatio and as to the extent of the business carried on. Mr. Wylie was found at the head depot, 238 Bundle Street, and at once consented to give the necessary information. "I hear, Mr. Wylie," said our reporter, " that Vitadatio has an enormous sale. Is that so ?" Mr. Wylie—" Yes." Reporter—" You have just returned from the land of gold and typhoid? What was your experience there?" Mr. Wylie—"The progress of the West is wonderful. I noticed great improvement while I was there, although I would not advise working men to go there just now in search of employment, as the demand for work is greater than the requirements at present. Our own business is established on a sound and satisfactory basis, and I have every reason to be satisfied with the results of my eff...

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LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 July 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. House of Assembly. answers to questions. Mr. Kingston, in reply to Mr. Batchelor, said the Government would ask the House to sit so as to complete the. debate on the Address in Reply this week, and allow for the introduction of Bills whose second reading would be moved on Tuesday. The Commissioner of Public Works in formed Mr. Boberts that an alteration had been made in the regulation charging work men at Beetaloo for firewood and rent for tents. Arrangements had been made by which the men could purchase their tents. This, he thought, would be found satisfac tory both to the men and the department. To Mr. Carpenter the Commissioner of Public Works said that the alteration would apply to Barossa as well as Bundaleer. The Commissioner of Public Works told Mr. Roberts that he did not believe the report that railway officials would not go to the Labor Bureau {or workmen, on the groiuid that they preferred to select their men firsthand. He believed that the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

FOR RHEUMATISM, Rheumatic Gout, &c.—WOOD'S GOUT AND RHEU MATIC MIXTURE, 2s. & 3s. 6d. Posted to any address. Geo. Wood, Chemist, 218, Rundle St., Adelaide. Telephone, 855 [277

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IMPRISONED AND TORTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

IMPRISONED AND TORTURED. Naturally the first impression of which one becomes possessed when reading of present-day torture, is that the news must refer to some atrocity perpetrated in regions yet uncivilized- True it is that only a century or so ago torture was resorted to in Merrie England as a means of extracting secrets of State importance. However, the instance we have to speak of is a present day matter, having occurred quite recently in civilized Australia, a lady being the victim. Mrs. Lois Stratford, of Millieent, S.A., writing of the matter, says:—"I have undergone a very trying and terrible experience. I am 20 years of age, and until three years ago had {not gone through what I am about to relate. It was about that time that I first began tojsuffer torture from very severe headaches and dizziness, which, of course, brought xn their train a very poor appetite and a feeling of intense weariness, which held me a close prisoner and took all my strength away. At the summer seas...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LABOR GONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LABOR GONGRESS. We have been favored with a copy of the report of proceedings of the first West Australian Trades Union and Labor Con gress, which opened at Coolgardie on Tuesday, April 11. Those present appear to have entered into their work with great zeal, and evidently came to the conference fully prepared with subjects for discussion. Up to the time when the idea of the congress was first mooted no policy had been formulated by the many and growing trades unions and democratic institutions, and it was felt that the time had arrived that West Australia should follow the lead given them by other colonies, and profiting by their example, lay down some standard of democratic faith, some Labor platform broad enough to meet with the general acquiescence of Labor and democratic organisations. Being the first congress of the kind, it was but natural that a host of subjects should be introduced for discussion, and at the first, glance it would appear to be a pity that...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Gold fever. Another DeRougemont. Herald half-yearly meeting August 7. Archibald, M.P., on Labor Day and the Peace Conference. Some interesting information concern ing loan institutions. First West Australian Trades Union Congress a great success. Labor has no might to enforce right without organisation. About the smartest thing some people ever did was to be born rich. An eloquent and patriotic address on "Ireland and her poetry" by Mr. McDonough. The Port Adelaide committee of the Loch Sioy relief fund has collected £323 10s. up to date. G. H. Buttery reviews Russell Wal lace's " Our Wonderful Century " at the Democratic Club on Sunday night. Desire expressed that the election of committees on Trades and Laber Council shall be conducted onHare-Spence system. The Trades Hall gradually getting out of debt. It has done wonderfully well, and is at the present time in an absolutely sound condition. The railway revenue for the week ended 8th inst. amounted to £21,786, as ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEHOLD FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

HOUSEHOLD FRANCHISE. The following is a reprint of the Bill for an Act relating to the Franchise for the Legislative Council, now before the House of Assembly Be it enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the parliament of South Australia, as follows : 1. The right to vote for members of the Legislative Council is hereby extended to all adult householders who, being British subjects and inhabitants of South Aus tralia, shall have been registered upon any electoral roll for the Legislative Council for six months prior to the election. 2. "Householder" in this Act means all persons in personal occupation as owners or tenants of any house or part of a house occupied as a separate dwelling. 3. When a man and his wife live in the same dwelling of which either is the householder then, for the purposes of this Act, both shall be deemed to be householders in respect of such dwelling. 4. Except as mentioned in section 3, not more than one householder shall, for the purposes o...

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TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. United Builders' Laborers' Society.— A meeting of the above society was held at the Trades Hall on Monday last, the presi dent (Bro. Midleton) in the chair. Two new members were elected. A letter was received from the secretary of the Trades and Labor Council re delegates to speak on Intercolonial Labor Federation scheme on Monday, July 24, and a large attendance of members is requested. Reports of delegates to Eight Hours Committee and Trades and Labor Council were received, and meeting closed. Sturt District Committee, U.L. P.— A meeting of the Sturt District Committee was held in the Goodwood Institute on Thursday, June 29, Mr. J. £. Robinson presiding. Delegate's report from Central Party was received, also reports from Park side, Hyde Park, Glenelg, and Goodwood Sub-Committees. A deputation from the Central Party, consisting of Messrs. Kirk patrick, Healy, and Gilbert, addressed the meeting, advising members not to relax their efforts although the ele...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

For not buying the Wife some of MyePS & Co.'s Copk Linoleum op Oilcloth, if you only scrubbed your room once 3rou 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 of 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 OFr OILCLOTHS AND LINOLEUM...

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FORERUNNER OF SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

FORERUNNER OF SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT. Opponents of the trade union move ment are continually decrying the work performed by them. They are denounced as old, fossilized, and reactionary. They are charged with being incapable of accomplishing any good in the interests of the working people ; this, in spite of the very best evidence which is obvious to any observer or student. The Labor Department, United King dom of Great Britain, has just issued its fifth annual report. It shows that all the principal groups of industries shared more or less in a rise in wages. The result of all the changes recorded was a rise of about 217,800 dol. per week, of which the greater part is accounted for by the engineering, shipbuilding, mining, and building industries. In round num bers, the workers have secured 11,300,000 dol. increase in wages annually through trade union effort. Then again, 69,572 workmen had their hours of labor reduced (1,060 had their hours increased), the total net reduction in weekl...

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A CHARGE OF TREACHERY REFUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

A CHARGE OF TREACHER? RE FUTED. Ia reference to the recent imputation of " treachery " made against the execu tive committee of the South Wales miners, Mr. James Mawdsley, who con tributes the notes on "Toilers and Moilers" to Reynold's Newspaperhas sent to Mr. William Abraham (" Mabon"), M.P., a sympathetic letter, the contents of which, it is hoped, will have the salutary effect of fortifying the Welsh miners' confidence in their leaders and of ensuring the permanent progress of their new organisation. I know from' experience (writes Mr. Mawdsley) that whenever a sacrifice is made of what the men set out to gain, it is customary for hot-headed partisans, to fling out wholesale charges against the officials to the effect that they had been bought, sold, bribed, or got at in some other way. When I was a lad it was even customary, on the termination of a trade dispute, to send round word that So-and So had sold them, and not infrequently the sum was named, this being generally fixed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the United Trades and Labor Council was held at the Trades Hall on Friday evening, July 7, the president (Mr. W. J. Strike) occupying the chair. NEW DELEGATES. Mr. A. McCallum (Sawmills and Timber Yards Employes' Union), Mr. A. T. Will shire (Early Closing Association), and Miss Jean "V. Wilson (Working Women's Trades Union), taking the places of Messrs. J. Davis and J. A. Steele and Miss McManus respectively, were cordially welcomed by the president. INTERCOLONIAL LABOR FEDERATION SCHEME. Reports were received of visits paid to the following societies since the last meeting:— Tobacco Twisters' Union, Hon. G. McGregor, M.L.C., Mr. T. Price, M.P., and Messrs. W. J. Strike and G. H. Buttery; Boiler makers3 Society, Hon. G. McGregor, M.L.C., and Mr. G. H. Buttery; Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners, Messrs. G. H. Buttery and W. F. Byrne. Correspondence was received from the following societies regarding the dates o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

Always Drink HARDY'S WINES. The Best. Sold! Everywhere. 235-86

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A PLOT AGAINST THE VICTORIAN WAGES BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

A PLOT AGAINST THE VICTORIAN WAGES BOARDS. At the last meeting of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council President Hyman reported that the conference between the Chamber of Manufactures and the Trades Hall Council's representatives had held another meeting. The council had wit nesses in attendance to convince the Chamber of Manufactures' representa tives that sweating was rampant in many trades, but before any witness was called Chairman Derham said that, while the Chamber of Manufactures objected to legislative interference, they realized that it would be thrust upon them, and that they had written to the Government requesting that it might delay any con templated action until the conference was concluded. The Government, however, refused to comply with the chamber's request. The Chamber of Manufactures protested against the Act allowing boards to fix a minimum wage. It would, how ever, join with the Trades Hall Council, and endeavor to have a "living" wage, to be fixed by the Governmen...

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COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. In our days the Labor problem has assumed a modern form. Physical strength is no longer permitted to enslave the weak, because gunpowder and dynamite have equalised strength. Public-school educa tion, and consequent mental development, have made it impossible that a learned class should rule and make serviceable an uneducated populace. The workman of to-day is able co enter into a debate with the factory-owner who employs him ; and not rarely will it be found that the former will be as well versed in history, in litera ture, in eloquence, and in sound logic as is the other. The only power in our days able to enslave a man and to make him the subordinate of another is the money power, and this weapon again is in the hands of a few who make use of it to enslave the many. Within the last century conditions have changed so rapidly by means of the inventions made and the machinery devised to supersede hand labor that social organi sation could not keep up with the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

. United Labor Party.—The usual monthly meeting of the Central Coun cil was held on Thursday, July 13. There was a full attendance of mem bers. A number of new delegates were received, including one lady. Letter from Westralia asking for in formation to assist them in efficiently working the Labor Party; also offering suggestions in relation to choice of candidates for the probableforthcoming federal elections. The secretary was instructed to furnish full particulars in relation to the first question. The following motion was unanimously carried :—"The council of the U.L.P. expresses its regret and records its disapproval of the recent action of Mr. F. J. Hourigan, M.P., in absent ing himself from his parliamentary duties." A New Money-lending Measure. —A new money-lending measure by the State has just come into force in Denmark. Not less than 50 members, owning at least 500 cattle, form them selves into a society under Government regulations. Members pay on joining about Is. l|d. p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

JOHN AND COMPANY, LIMITED, THE POPULAR GASH WINTER SALE NOW ON. WINTER SALE NOW ON. 98, 100, 102, 104, 106,108, 108a, Rundle Street, Adelaide. And at St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. GAWLER LIME COMPANY. W. 6. KENDALL, Manager. , LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK! Contractors to S.A. Government. 82, 84, 86 Waymouth Street. Horses, Traps, and Harness always on Sale. WHEELBARROW FACTORY on Premises. BEST LIME in Market; Builders save 25 per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 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'fe 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, RUNDLB STREET, ADELAIDE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

Business Notices. — FIRE WOO D R. BLYTH, LATE S. M A G O R, GPOte Street, Opposite TradeB HalL Best EUDUNDA CUT MAT J,EE and BOOTS delivered is City and Suburbs at Reasonable Bates. 203-254 All Loads WEIGHED on City Weigh bridge. Postal orders promptly dispatched. "Alpha" Cycles. W. G. Doley and Co., Engineers, Copper Smiths. 17 FLINDERS STREET. MONEY Bu. Sea, "Victoriwquwe. Oquod Ian AMinuvci F. J. j WAKE FIELD LAYCOCK,! ADELAIDE, MONUMENTAL MASON. Good Workmanship and Lowest Possible Prices. 204-255 At the ZOO MAT BE SEEN LIONS, TIGERS, LEOPARDS, PUMA LIONS, PANTHERS, ELEPHANT, RHINOCEROS, ZEBRAS. ZEBUS, DWARF ZEBUS (the Smallest Cattle in the world). NYLHAIES. AOUDADS, ALPACAS, HUANACOS, WATER BUFFALO, CAMEL. PYTHONS, BOA CONSTRICTORS. YOUNG LIONS, YOUNG TIGERS, and BABY MONKEYS. Yisifcors to the City should not fail to visi» THE ZOO. 227-278 m A mTTTTI of Be8t 24-gauge Gal 1 A IV |\ V vanized Iron (or Steel), X ■"■Al aVKJ double rivetted and soldered inside and out, complete wit...

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