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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

CHEAPEST MONEY. £25, £50, £75, £100 « -» ADVANCED ON FREEHOLD SECURITIES, £100 from 5s. per week upwards Pays Interest and Principal. FREE OF COMMISSION. Assistance given to Build. IMPERIAL BUILDING SOCIETY. I. R. KILLICOAT, Secretary, Montefiore Chambers, Waymouth Street. 244-95 PROPERTIES FOR SALE. -PQAfl Well Built COTTAGE of 4 Rooms, Bath. EASTWOOD. Terms. ALBERT PARK, near Woodville, LOTS, each 50 x 150, Siood roads, water laid on. £9 each. SOUTHWARK, Holland Street, LOTS, each 50 x 150. 16s. per foot. WESTBOURNE PARK, close Hyde Park Tram Ter minus, LOTS, each 100 x 170. 7s. per foot, £10 deposit. PROSPECT NORTH, LOTS, Ss. 6d., 10s., 12s. per foot ALEXANDRIA, Marion Road, 4t miles from City, ALLOTMENTS, 40 x 130. £3 each. LAND and HOUSES for Sale—East Adelaide, New Parkside, Malvern, Parkside South, Rose Park, and Hawthorn. MONEY TO LEND on Mortgage of Houses and Land from £50 and upwards. ARTHUR C. SANDERS, LORNE CHAMBERS, KING WILLIAM STREET, OppositeTown Hall, Adelaide. 247...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

Passing Notes. There is an interesting article on " Women's work and wages" by Mrs. • Milne, inspectress, in the "Journal of Agriculture and Industry." She says :— •'Numbers of women are working in Adelaide hard and long hours, and the most they can earn is from 7s. to 10s. a week. Girls in Adelaide factories to-day are making men's tweed suits (dark serge) for 4s. the suit. Another woman, to keep her workroom going during slackness of her own work, took a line of tweed trousers to make, not knowing what she was to receive for same, and when taken home received the handsome sum of 7d. a pair (well made). She, paying her employes a fair day's wage for a fair day's work, had nothing whatever for her own labor. " We have still with us to-day the bargain-hunters, who never trouble to ask themselves the question how much the worker receives for her share of the work in the bargain that is so cheap. There fore woman's emancipation is not yet complete, when it is known as a fact that numbe...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. LABOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

PORT ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. ADDRESS BY MR W. O. ARCHIBALD, M.P. Labor Day. On Sunday last Mr. W. O. Archibald, M.P., delivered an address at the Friendly Societies' Hall, Port Adelaide, on " Labor Day." He said many people considered that the keeping and celebrating of one day in England, Europe, and some parts of America, this particular day was a distinct advantage to the cause of Australian progress. The workers of Europe, regardless of language or type of civilization, supported by the sym pathies of the whole of the workers in the forward movement, met on May 1 each year to take stock of the loss or gain to the workers' cause. This year a striking coinci dence occurred by the meeting at the Hague of the Peace Conference, initiated by the Czar of Russia because of the increasing strain upon the people by the huge armies of Europe. The Czar stated that he was largely influenced in his action by reading J. von Bloch's book, " Der Krieg," which shows that if Germany, France, Ita...

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

Use Burford's Exhibition Candles. Buy "The Herald," Id. only. GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale axd 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 2$. 6d.; cloth 3s. 6d. HALF CROWN BOB. Tales of the Riverine. By Price Warung. Priee 2s. 6d. and 3s. 6d. BELOW AND ON TOP. By Edward Dyson. Illustrations by Phil May and others. Paper binding 2s. 6tL; 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 BE WISE. Collect CO-OPERATIVE Coupons. Trade where you see the sign Co-Operative Coupons Given. 239-51 John Hutchings & Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents, NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CURRIE ST., HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP PROPERTIES pcgA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

J. R. ANDREW, The old-established BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, No. 35, Central Market. {LATE OF STUBT STREET.) The Best and Cheapest Place for Boots and Shoes of all Descriptions. Coupons Given. ■Country Orders Promptly attended to. [299 MILD-DARK'PLUG TOBACCO

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CHILD LABOR IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

CHILD LABOR IN ENGLAND. They say " the child is father to the man," but when one reads the report on child labor recently ordered to be laid on the table of the House of Commons and the debate which followed its appearance one wonders what sort of a child the father is adopting. Speaking to the report Sir John Gorst is reported to have said :— When the return was issued it would be found to furnish the names of 144,000 children on the books as full-time scholars and engaged as laborers for wages or prolit. Of this number 110,000 were boys and 54,000 girls. A few returns which had come in since had added another J,000 to the list. There were multitudes of children working in this way whose names, for various reasons, did not appear in the return. In several cases it was reported that children slept during school hours. One manager wrote that " there are to-day in our national and board schools thousands of little white slaves." The ages of the children included in the return were as ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPALIZE AND NATIONALIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

MUNICIPALIZE AND NATIONALIZE. Open the churches for dormitories for the roofless ; feed the hungry in soup kitchens ; rake every kind-hearted garret for old shoes and old clothes; find work in kindling woodyards for the unemployed. It is the work of mercy and necessity, a Red Cross service for the succor of the sick and wounded on the battlefields of business. But the war goes on. Its cannon balls can fly faster than your ambulances. One new machine can turn out of employment more men than all the churches are feeding. One syndicate shutting down or dismantling to limit the output and keep up prices, or to intimidate the Congress on the tariff or currency, can drown out your charities. Against this flood charity is a mere broom ; it cannot sweep away this stream of the unemployed, for that is the rising tide of the Atlantic Ocean of dispossessed humanity. But municipalize the street car lines, nationalize the coal mines, the forests, the iron mines, stop the competition of children ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BLESSED RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

THE BLESSED RABBIT. The career of the rabbit in Victoria reads like a romance. A few were imported into the country forty or fifty years aeo, and they gradually spread over the colony till they became a pest and caused the Government and landowners to expend large sums annually in vain efforts to keep them in check. Tons of poisoned wheat and other bait were laid for them, and deadly fumes injected into the burrows, but still they seemed to increase in number, and landowners were driven, in desperation, to enclose their holdings with wire-netting at great expense. This state of affairs, however, is now changed, through an export trade in frozen rabbits having been established, and if it continues to grow at the same rapid rate as it has during the last four years the difficulty will soon be to find a rabbit in a day's ride through the country. The export trade began in 1894-5, when 89.000 pairs of rabbits were shipped to London ; while daring the year just closed not less than 1,210...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ADELAIDE LOAN AND DISCOUNT BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 15 July 1899

THE ADELAIDE LOAN AND DIS COUNT BANKS. (By our Special Commissioner.) I am well aware that what poor people want all over the English-speaking portion of the world to-day is some safe form of temporary assistance when they fall into difficulties, but I had no idea until lately that eight out of ten of the poorer people in Adelaide are in financial trouble. A gentle man who knows what he is saying tells me that eight out of every ten of the Adelaide poor " do not own the beds they sleep on," and as I have reason to know that what he says is correct, I am not astonished to hear that the sweater is taking advantage of them. If you take the trouble to enquire into the worst cases of sweating you will find that before the victims fell into the sweater's clutches they had pawned all they possess to the loan and discount banks and the pawnshops. In this article I shall not touch upon the latter places at all, only on one form of money lending, namely, bills of sale. The large Adelaide bank...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THOSE TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

THOSE TRUSTS. Some years ago some wealthy men A syndicate would ran : All salt .works, then, with a stroke of the pen, They bought—and the trick was done. sTwas all for the public good, you know, Though the public might revolt; When wages went uncommon low, And up went the price of salt)! This wasn't a very great success, Bat another one was tried ; And the public mind in a month or less, Again was horrified, For all the colleries, 'tws found, Were bought by these crafty souls ; Then down went the miners' pay all round, And up went the price of coals. Then corn and hay they bought up next, For the people's good, they said ; But the public felt a trifle vexed When up went the price of bread. They bought up everything, somehow, By a stroke of business neat; Each pig, and sheep, and calf, and cow, And up went the price of meat. And when the public muttered,"" Why, To live is now so dear, We'd find it cheaper far to die," Those speculators queer At once bought up each burying ground, Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

|i n i m 11111i i :i inn i i n in i n11 iii in in 11 mi us j INFLUENZA J I is not a cold; it is a fever i • » = which arises from a cold. ( 1 It is especially prevalent 1 E now. First a cold, then a I I dull, drowsy, heavy feel- § j§ ing; then unrest in the 1 I stomach and distaste for 1 g food. These symptoms 1 J denote influenza. Sharp, § | boring-pains at the back of | jj the head, feverishness, |I E then coldness, weakness §f § and prostration follow, § | Delirium often occurs. | g Influenza pulls down the R I strength and leaves the i i patisnt weak and suscept- 1 § ible to various ailments. I | DR. WILLIAMS'PINK PILLS | | are the best known § 1 remedy to prevent and | | cure Influenza and its | I after effects. 1 I What Mr. Hamilton Hill, the § § eminent vocalist, says: E 3 "Whilst touring with a Company E § on the W. A. gold-fields some time S M ago, influenza attacked me very E 3' severely. First came a cold and E E loss of appetite; then I felt dull — S and drowsy ; the pai...

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PART II. COUNTRY SHOPPING DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

Part II. COUNTRY SHOPPING DISTRICTS. 10. Every municipal corporation or dis trict council outside the metropolitan shopping district shall constitute a country shopping district. 11. Any five shopkeepers in any country shopping district, or in any town in any such district, may by memorial to the council propose that certain times shall be fixed or altered for the closing of shops in the district or town as regards all shops in such district or town, or any particular classes of shops specified in the memorial ' and occupied by the memorialists. Pro vided that the boundaries of such town shall be defined in the memorial. 12. The council may thereupon by public notice refer the proposal to a poll of all shopkeepers in the district or town, or, in case of a memorial affecting any particular class of shops only, to a poll of all shop keepers in the district or town of such class. 13. If the council shall receive more than one memorial proposing certain closing times differing from the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

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THE EARLY CLOSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

THE EARLY CLOSING BILL. Operative clauses in the Bill for an Act in aid of early closing, as read a first time in the House of Assembly, July 5, 1899 :— Part I. THE METROPOLITAN SHOPPING DISTRICT. 6. The electoral districts of North Ade laide, East Adelaide, West Adelaide, East Torrens, West Torrens, Sturt, and Port Adelaide are hereby constituted the metro politan shopping district. 7. The closing times for all shops within the metropolitan shopping district are fixed as follows— (а) Nine o'clock on one evening of the week : (б) Six o'clock on four evenings of the week : (c) One o'clock on one afternoon of the week. 8. The days to which the closing times mentioned in the last section shall apply shall, until alteration, be as follows :— (а) Six o'clock Monday, Tuesday, Wed nesday, and Thursday: (б) Nine o'clock Friday : (c) One o'clock Saturday. 9. If fifty shopkeepers in the district shall petition the Governor for an alteration of the days fixed by the preceding section or by pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

For not buying title 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 lis 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 OF- OILCLOTHS AND LINOLEUM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

JOEL MOS8'8 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. op Sailor Suits, 2s. lid. Men's Ready-made Suits, 10s. 6d.

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LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIA MENT. Legislative Council. On Tuesday Mr. Adams asked several pertinent questions with res pect to the money taken by way of fines, &c., from railway employes and what became of it. He was told by the Chief Secretary that the moneys deducted from the pay of railway employes, as fines by being disrated in status for fixed periods, were placed to a specific account, but not the re ductions in pay. The name of the account was " S. A Railways Com missioner—Account Fines." Money was frequently paid from this fund to railway employes or their repre sentatives in cases of injury or death where the department was not liable, but where the circumstances justified special help being given. Reductions were not credited to general revenue, but decreased the expenditure. There was only a short notice-paper on Wednesday, and owing to the lack of business the Council adjourned at its rising until August 1. House of Assembly. Tuesday's sitting. Mr. Batchelor asked wh...

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ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. MR. RUSSEL, WALLACE'S NEW BOOK, "THE WONDERFUL CENTURY," REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. LECTURE BY MB. G. H. BUTTERY. Mr. Russel, Wallace's New Book, " The WONDERFCTL CENTCKY," REVIEWED. On Sunday evening last Mr. G. H Buttery, before a fair audience, briefly reviewed Mr. Russel Wallace's new book, " The Wonder ful Century." He commenced by saying that had he had any conception of the task he was undertaking he would hare hesitated before giving his consent. On being brought face to face with the results of the gigantic brain power of Russel Wallace an ordinary man, no matter what he might have thought of himself previously, was bound to feel small. This century was just about to close. It had been truly a wonderful one, and one of the wonderful things which it had pro duced was the wonderful writer himself. Many great men had been born, lived their day, and died during this century—Carlyle, Henry Brougham, Stuart Milne, Faraday, Huxley, and Darwin amongst others. They had not only left their foot prints on the sands of time, but had left an i...

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OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Own Correspondent.) The unions are most active just now in their endeavors to secure their inclusion in the Amending Factories Act. Meetings and deputations to the Chief Secretary are the order of the day. The Chief Secretary received a deputa tion from the Chamber of Manufactures, who desired to stay his hand in the extension of the Act to other trades until such time as the question of sweating and the beneficial effect of the Factories Act is enquired into. The deputation sought to prove that sweating was much exaggerated, that the minimum wage had broken down, and that legislative enactments in this direction was oppressive and interfered with private enterprise. A Mr. Buset stated that he objected to the Act alto gether. He wanted none of it; he wanted nothing. Just so, good old private enter prise desires no restriction, no supervision, and no Factories Act nor minimum wage. Let employers fix all these things. They are not such a bad sort, so th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 22 July 1899

Always Drink The Best. Sold Everywhere. 235-86

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