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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

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

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. The Athens of Australasia is unfortu nately very weak in one important part of her development, namely, her Public Library. Of circulating libraries she has a surfeit, her Parliamentary Library is acknowledged to be the hest in the Southern Hemisphere; but her Public Library seems to have escaped, so far, the notice of the men who have the power as well as the will to make her what His Excellency the Governor imagines her to be. Lord Tennyson can, of course, claim a poet's license, and surely his fancies should spur us on before they are absorbed by federation ! As regards the Public Library, facts and figures show that a grant of £1,548 per annum is not suffi cient. The salaries come to £800, the gas costs £200, and when money has been deducted from the remaining £548 for heating the building, binding the books, sending boxes to country institutes, etc., only about £100 remains for the purchase of magazines, reviews and new books. As a matter of fact for the las...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

CORALINE CANDLES Are Unrivalled. TRY THEM. H. MARSH & CO. PLEASE MENTION THIS BRAND WHEN PURCHASING, AND SEE THAT YOU GET IT. 201-252 A. M0LT0N & SON, Established 1869, Picture Frame Makers, Mount Gutters, &c. 11 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE. READ "The Herald." One Penny. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. WORKERS, BUY IT. The Official Paper of the United Labor Party. Business Notices. JOHN MULLEB, OF park street, HACKNEY, Will have a Stall in the CENTRAL. MARKET Every Saturday Night, For the Sale of the Best Makes of BOOTS AND SHOES. Workers ! — Lowest possible Prices for Cash Only. Look for the the Boot Stall. All Work done by Hand. WOULDYOULIKE To correspond with someone in England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales ? If so, send us your Name, Address, Trade, &c., and we will introduce you to a comrade in that country. Send Postal Order for 2s., payable to H. M. Reade (not stamps), to the International Correspondence Exchange, 95, CHARLOTTE ST., HIGHTOWN, MA...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOM AND JESSIE. [WRITTEN FOR "THE HERALD."] CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

TOM AND JESSIE. [Written for "The Herald."] [By "Teresa."] CHAPTER II. It was a couple of weeks after our lovers' trip to Glenelg, and a cold, wet Saturday afternoon. Winter had set in early that year, and the raw east wind and driving rain savored more of June than April. Be hind the ribbon counter in one of the large handsome shops of Bundle Street stood poor Jessie, blue with the cold and shivering in every limb. She had a distressing cough, brought on througrh exposure to draughts.' Yet, in spite of the discomfort and suffering under which she was laboring, she had a smile and pleasant word for each customer, and she was zealously attentive and unflagg ing in her duties. She had the name of being one of the best saleswomen in the shop, and, girl-like, was not a little proud of the distinction and anxious to maintain her good reputation. Only once, as she crossed to the other side to get some information from one of the men in superintendence, and a fierce blast from the open doo...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: AUGUST 5, 1899. Our Editorial Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: AUGUST 5, 1899. Oup Editorial Platform. We will speak out, we will be heard, Though all earth's systems crack ; We will not bate a single word, Nor take a letter back. We speak the truth, and what care we For hissing and for scorn While some faint gleamings we .can see Of freedom's coming morn ? Let liars fear, let cowards shrink, Let traitors turn away; Whatever we have dared to think That dare we also say. —James Russell Lowell.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

To Correspondents. We cordially invite our many friends, both in town and country, to send along any ideas tkat may strike them as likely to be of use to our readers. The smallest contribution on subjects suitable for discussion in our columns will be acceptable. Secretaries of trades. unions and democratic and other associations are requested to send reports of their meetings We want to make this paper the people's paper. We cannot promise to insert everything that is sent to us, but we will do the best we can. Cor respondents will kindly note the following : (1) Write on one aide of the paper only. (2) Make your remarks as brief and as pointed as you can. (3) Give your name and address, which will not be published if you ex press a desire to the contrary, but must be attached or no notice can be taken of the communica tion. Letters, &c., intended for insertion should reach us not later than Wednesday of each week.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

Business Notices. FIRE WOO D. R. BLYTH, LA T E R. HAG OR, Grot© Street, Opposite Trades HalL Best EUDUNDA CUT MALLEE and ROOTS delivered in City and Suburbs at Reasonable Bates. 255-306 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 TO LEND. Sm. Sec., TictoiiHqam. F. J. [WAKEFIELD LAYCOCK,! ADELAIDE, MONUMENTAL MASON. Good Workmanship and Lowest Possible Prices. 204-255 At the ZOO MAY 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. Visitors to the City should not fail to viai* THE ZOO. 227-278 m * *TT7r( Best 24-gauge Gal 1 A |\| |\ ^ vanized Iron (or fetetl), A XVk/ double rivetted and soldered inside and out, complete with JARRAH STANDS: 0 0 0 1,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

Notices. THE SAVINGS BArfK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. annual ins Ejection of PASS-^OKS. The Auditors vfjm attend at the Bank Office, King Williap Street, Adelaide, from the 1st to the ijra August inclusive, to INSPECT the P»-Books of all Depositors having. AccountSwith the Bank, whether openea at the iflad Office or at the Agencies, and JQepositoiware hereby requested to Prooqie or F«kard, by Post or otherwise, them Books fJm verification. ByMirectiK of the Trustees, \jM w. B. POOLE, Accountant. Savings Bank, Adelaide. 251-2 CHEAPEST MONEY. £25, £50, £75, £100or more ADVANCED ON FREEHOLD SECURITIES, sBlOO from 5s. per week upwards Pays Interest and PrincipaL FREE OF COMMISSION. Assistance given to Build. IMPERIAL BUILDING SOCIETY. I. R. KIJLLICOAT, {Secretary, Montefiore Chambers, Waymouth Street. 244-95 FARMER, FALLOW, and DEVONSHIRE (Late of Moss' Monster Clothing Palace), Tailors and Mercers, 47, KING WILLIAM STREET (next Burden, Chemist). All the Newest Shades in Winter Woollens in Sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

Temperance Notice. Independent Order of Rechabites, S.U. Membership, 257,000. Funds, £900,000. The Total Abstinent Friendly Society, ALBERT DISTRICT, No. 83. Free Entrance. Contributions according- to age at entry. Juveniles, 3d. per week, boys or girls. Adults fco; ' \ per week. Females from 6d. per week. BENEFITS: Sick Pay.—Juveniles, 5s.; Females, 10s.; Males 20s. per week. Free Surgeon and Medicine. Funeral Donation.—Juveniles, £5; Females £10; Males, £25 to £40 ; Wife or Husband, £7 10s to £12. Full information from the Local Secretaries or J. S. 0. ALLEN, District Secretary, Rechabite Offices, 218-269 Victoria Square W-, Adelaide. . THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Money to Lend 4 npr, ppvjf on Mortgage at " JJCA vCIi en Freehold Securities only. Interest pay able quarterly. Further particulars can be obtained at the Bank. By order of the Trustees, W. B. POOLE, Accountant. 15th October, 1897. 159c Drapery and Clothing. Fitch's WINTER SALE. Clothing, Drapery, Boots and Shoe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

CURLEW Brandy The only BPandy USGd In the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents—RUNDLE 2c GOW, Adelaide. 49-300 CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adelaide Show, 1897. Sole Agents-RUNDLE & GOW, Adelaide. 49 300

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

A ustralian Ivlutual Jl rovident Accumulated Funds - - O«||I0^OOO,OOO Total Assuraiipes (with. Bonua^g^.. 52,000,000 1849. J U 8 I L E YEAR. 1899. The co-operation of meiAers is inia^RTwith the view of making the New Business for the current year the largest of the* society. Each member is relied upon to assist in the celebration of the^flneeby the introduction of at least ONE new member. The Society is now the laziest Mutual Life Assurance Office in the British Dominions. F. T. BRIDGES, Resident Secretary. Office—23 Kins: William Street, Adelaide. 242-293 Notices. Notice of Removal. The Women's Christian Temperance Union Begs to announce to its Friends and Sup porters that it has REMOVED to the Building in PIRIE STREET, lately known as the AUStP»1 Club, nearly OPPOSITE WESLEYAN CHORCH. PUBLIC DINING ROOM. Dinner, 12 to 2. Tea, 5 to 7- Refresh ments at any time. AFTERNOON TEA a speciality. Increased Bedroom Accommodation. 293 Tailoring Extraordinary. F. SACK & Co., 126 Rundl...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

OUR ROLL OF HONOR. Mr. J. E. ROBINSON. \ A la O'Malley. ^ The echoes of the Fort Sunter gun had awakened the fierce carnage that swept from end to end of the U.S.A. over its slaves, and the nation had just sobbed its internal strife away over the body of its murdered Caesar of Presidents, Abraham Lincoln, when the subject of our illustration was born in New Jersey. The first chapter of seven years was spent around that city, and closed in the anguished tragedy of standing witb a weeping widowed mother by the new grave of his father. A stormy passage across the Atlantic, a short visit to Dublin, his mother's native city, and to Omagh, County Tyrone {where bis grandfather was head constable, and held other offices for over 40 years), then to the parish of Donoughmore, Strathford-on Slaney, County Wicklow, where he attended the local school, passed all examinations, and was top of the school for two years. Here the absurdity of the so-called religious education was seen, for on failing...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A CITY OWNED BY LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

A CITY OWNED BY LABOR. The city of Tell, in Indiana, America, is unique in the fact that the working men own, control, and operate the factories, and fix the price of labor. The toilers are formed into companies, and operate their factories singly. There is, however, no -common purse for citizens. Each man must take a living for his own family; but the .matter of employment is so simplified that the difficulty of this is minimised. The city was founded in 1858 by the ■Swiss Colonization Society of Cincinnati. Each factory in the city is owned by a stock company of citizens. They were started jrears ago, the first in 1856, by small sums furnished by individuals. Year by year the business grew, and as .soon as l here was a dividend declared this money was added to that already in the business. In this way new buildings were erected, the great sums of money were -eventually invested in the industries which have made Tell City a flourishing town, and iamous as a manufacturing centre of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

Special Notices. Wonderful WERTHEIM Sewing Machines, Sweet HAPSBURG Pianos, Wertheim ELECTRA Cycles RECOMMEND THEMSELVES TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AND MAY BE INSPECTED AT HUGO WERTHEIM'S SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, Cash or Easy Terms. 107, Rundle Street, Adelaide, 208-259 Next Arcade. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. Lecturer—Mr. Wybert Reeve. Subject—" The Pulpit and the Stage." Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7 o'clock. c

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE IMPERIAL WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. A SCOTCH CASE. INTERESTING TO LOCO ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

THE IMPERIAL WORKMEN'S COM PENSATION ACT. A Scotch Case. interesting to loco. enginedrivers and firemen. A judgment under the Workmen's Com pensation Act has been issued by Sheriff Guthrie. The pursuer was Mrs. MacDonald, Hutcbeson's Buildings, Sandbank, and she sued the Caledonian Railway Company, on behalf of herself and two children, for damages in respect of the death of her hus band, an enginedriver in the defenders' employment, who was fatally injured in December last in the railway depot at Shaw field, Polmadie. The deceased, on returning to his engine after being absent from it for a short time getting a drink of water, attempted to rejoin it while it was in motion and in charge of the fireman, but, slipping his hold, he fell upon the six-foot way, and was so injured that he died next day. His Lordship finds -that while the com pany did not permit by its rules or other wise the fireman to set the engine in motion or to stop or drive it, it appeared from the •evidence that af...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

7 220-71 South Australian Railways. CHEAP INTERCOLONIAL EXCURSION. The Next SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Adelaide at 8*25 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16, for MELBOURNE and SYDNEY. BROKEN HILL PASSENGERS must reach Adelaide not later than Wednesday morning, August 1C. Fares and conditions as heretofore. Similar Specials leave Adelaide on September 13, October 11, and November 15. JOHN B. McNEIL, General Traffic Manager. Railway Offices, Adelaide, August 1,1899. 252

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THE SCHOOL MAID AND HER FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

THE SCHOOL MATT) AND HER FATHER. Girls are generally credited with being more dutiful than their brothers to the wishes of their parents ; probably maternal influence is responsible for this. Boys— school boys at any rate—are pretty well all tarred with the same brush, their first step in the direction of striking for liberty not infrequently amounting to playing truant from school, or " wagging it," as it is fre quently termed. Whatever the early offences of young ladies may be, they have rarely been charged with that of playing truant. As an instance of obedience to paternal wishes may be quoted the follow ing :—Miss Alice Marner is the daughter of Mr. George Marner, of " Lamington," Vic toria Road, Auburn. Miss Marner had been very ill, and upon returning from school she experienced a continued languid feeling that made her most miserable. In the course of conversation with a reporter she said :—" Father took me to see a doctor, and he said I was overgrowing my strength, and I wa...

Publication Title: Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

Buy "The Herald," Id. only. CONQUEROR (DARK TWIST and PLUG) TOBAC STIC UGS, 4cL, 6d., and Is. CELEBRATION ONION SPOJRTS. TWENTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1899. Jubilee Exhibition Grounds, day and evening. OVAL ILLUMINATED BY ELECTRIC LIGHT. £350p rizes.^i £ZOO BICYCLE races and j£150 ATHLETIC sports. H^U°^rS^R' ^R^CESSIOX wiii leave the Trades %tkrE^g\e^z,z%iTBRRicEs BICYCLE PROGRAMME. UldsrHofTRsan^er of S-A" Wheelmen. I S HOURS W HEEL RACE, of £00; two miles — First prize, £.-)0; second, £20; third, £10 Heat avinnen, divide £10. Nomination, 7s <3d ; acceptance, 2. ONE-MILE MAIDEN HANDICAP.—First prize tancefls. ? ^ ^ 2s ; 3. CELEBRATION HANDICAP: half mile —FW third' £3" ^'^tion, Nomination, 2s ; acceptance, 2s. rSwE1^ ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP: one mile <"100 Fh^iirf1 ~i°1>en 60 South Australian riders only.— rirst prize, silver cup, value £7 7s (presented fvr-'tVio General Electric Light Compy., per Mr. E M Grant) second, Dunlop tyres, set val...

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WHY EIGHT HOURS? [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

WHY EIGHT HOURS ? Because— It would open up the road to social re form. The eight-hour day would increase the longevity of the workers. It would give men a chance to get acquainted with their families. It would give greater opportunity for social and educational development. It would raise the standard of living, upon which business prosperity depends. It would promote an independent spirit, which is lacking in overworked people. Under the present long-hour day many are unemployed, and the man on the street fixes the wages paid to the man at work. It would make better citizens, by giving the citizens more time to understand his duties. The price of labor being regulated by the supply, eight hours would reduce the supply. It would build up trades unions, and con centrated effort is the law of success in the militant world of industry. It would promote temperance by removing the desire for stimulants which comes from long hours of labor. Labor-saving machinery having increased the pro...

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GARDENING NOTES FOR AUGUST. THE CANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 5 August 1899

GARDENING NOTES FOR AUGUST. THE CAKNA. The average man has but little time at his disposal to do his gardening, and mast therefore choose the most profitable flowers to grow. He requires a large quantity of gay color, with a good background of green, a flower easy of cultivation, and free bloom ing. One of the finest flowers possessing all these qualities is without a doubt the "canna." Cannas originated in South America, where thousands are met with in the swamp land growing with all the luxuriance of tropical plants, in large clumps of reed like shoots, with their broad lanceolate leaves radiating in all directions, crowned with trusses of brilliant red, scarlet, and orange flowers, or covered with the hard capsules, containing the shot-like seed, from which they derived their name of Indian shot. By unceasing care in selection Italian and French growers have, and by judicious hybridising, altered the flower completely ; instead of poor straggling flowers born on a tall, slender r...

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