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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

8H0URS§DAY8 TWENTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY. FRIDAY, September 1,1899. Jubilee Exhibition Grounds. Grand Demonstration. Splendid Musie. Beautiful Banners. Magnificent Trade Displays. Monster Procession. Sports Day and Night. Electric Light. Night Turned into Day. Bicycle Races, £200. Foot Races - £150 Hurdle Races. Goat Raees. Punch and Judy Show. Oval and Terraces Brilliantly Illuminated. Electric Light I Electric Light I Grand Ball all Day. Games, Sports, and Amuse ments for tlie Children. Grand Concert on the Terraces at Night. Finals all Run off at Night.* Tickets, Is. each, will admit Day or Night, on Sale Everywhere. H. JENKIN, 252-5 Secretary.

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADE DISPUTES IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

TRADE DISPUTES IN GREAT BRITAIN. Ninety-four fresh disputes were reported as having begun in May, 1899, compared with 63 in April, and 56 in May, 1898. In these 94 disputes 17,298 workpeople were directly affected and 6,279 indirectly affected, a total of 23,577, compared with 13,741 in April, and 9,718 in May, 1898. In the building trades 48 disputes took place, involving 9,122 workpeople ; mining and quarrying, 9 disputes, involving 5,334 workpeople ; metal, engineering, «,nd ship building trades, 10 disputes, involving 2,908 workpeople; textile trades, 8 dis putes, involving 3,425 workpeople ; clothing trades, 3 disputes, involving 71 workpeople ; transport trades, 4 disputes, involving 2,040 workpeople; woodworking and furnishing trades, 4 disputes, involving 247 work people ; brick, glass, pottery, chemical, etc., trades, 5 disputes, involving 330 work people ; and in other industries, 3 disputes, involving 100 workpeople. Of the 94 new disputes, 62 arose chiefly on wages quest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WAGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. AN ALL-ROUND INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

WAGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. Ax All-round Increase. The changes in rates of wages reported during May were all increases and affected about 209,600 workpeople, and the net effect of all the changes on the weekly wages of those affected was an increase of about 4fd. per head. The principal increases were those of 1^ per cent, under sliding scale to 125,000 coal miners in South Wales and Monmouthshire, of 2t per cent, to 60,000 weavers, winders and warpers in North and North East Lancashire, and of 2| per cent, or 3d. per ton to 3,500 millmen and puddlers in the West of Scotland. Changes affecting about 3,300 workpeople were preceded by disputes, causing stoppage of work. Changes affecting about 129,700 workpeople were arranged under sliding scales, and the remaining changes, affecting about 76,600 workpeople, were arranged by direct negotiation between employers and workpeople, or were conceded voluntarily by the employers. For the five months, January to May, the number of workpeople {se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

DIPHTHERIA. One of our readers, while looking over some recipes of a friend and clever chemist, now deceased, came across the following, which should be of interest now that diph theria is so rife :— In the Pharmaceidical Central Advertiser {Germany), Mr. R. Munch, chemist, and. proprietor of the " Kronen-Apotheke " of Leipzig, Gohlis, gives a sure remedy against diphtheria. He says :—" In the course of * the last few weeks, my little daughter (at 7 years) was attacked twice by diphtheria, each attack accompanied by severe fever at about 40 deg. C., body heat. On both occasions the remedy was given with the best and reliable results The remedy is ol. Terebinth rect. Dose for children, one teaspoonful early in the morning and another dose in the evening. Adults, one teaspoon ful at the same times. Immediately after give luke warm milk, or with the second dose a spoonful of olive oil, to prevent the nasty burning feeling in the throat. The result is something wonderful—in such short t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Own Correspondent.) For some time past the Ironworkers' Association have had under their con sideration the federation of their trade. They have every reason to congratulate themselves upon the results that have attended their efforts. After a deal of negotiation the desire has been consum mated, and the ironworkers have formed a federation. This is a matter for satisfaction, and shows that, if this can be done in one trade with undoubted bene fits, with a federation of the whole of the trades the results would be so effective and pronounced that we would simply wonder why we had not done it before. The Bendigo Trades and Labor Council invited the ex-president and secretary of the Melbourne Trades Hall to address them upon the subjects of the Factories Act and the Labor Federation. Both subjects were dealt with, and the Labor bodies were well pleased with the oppor tunities afforded them of hearing the subjects discussed. The felt hatters have a small...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

Boots and Shoes. Ever Overflowing with BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS, THE Gin BSE palace 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. OUR FAMOUS 10/6 Half-Guinea BALMOSALS need no Comment, las now they are Jog 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 s a Bargain at 6s. lid. There is no old stock, every . thing new and up to date.; 'J " - - Any of the Lines mentioned in the above advertisement may be had from, our Agent at Petersburg. 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.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

Notices. Now! Sow! Is the Time! Hall & Savage, LEAMINGTON. HOUSE, 105, Rundle St., are Holding their GREAT WINTER SALE! Send along your orders. Bargains in eveiy Department. Note.—We will give you 2s. discount on every Pound's Wo» th of Goods you buy. In addition to Reducing the Prices of all season's goods, if you send along an order for 22s. Worth of Goods and enclose £1, we will accept that as payment. Our Goods are the Best Value in the Market. LADIES' WESTER CAPES, 4s lid, 5s lid, 8s lid lis 6d, 12s 9d, 15s 6d LADIES' CAPES, all colors—Fawn, Brown, Green Grey, Claret, Maroon, Black LADIES' JACKETS, reduced to 4s lid, 5s lid, 6s lid 9s 6d, 10s 6d LADIES' JACKETS, better goods, all prices LADIES' WATERPROOF CLOAKS, 6s lid, 8s lid 11 q 19c frf 1 K& Qsl LADIES' WATERPROOF CLOAKS, all prices LADIES' UMBRELLAS, Is 6d, is lid, 2s lid, 3s lid 4s lid, 5s lid LADIES' FLANNELETTE UNDERCLOTHING thrown out to clear CHILDREN'S PLUSH CAPS, lOJd, Is l£d, Is 6d, Is lid CHILDREN'...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

THE SECRET OF PERFECT HEALTH. The health of the whole body depends upon the blood and the nerves. Therefore, a medicine that creates new blood, and ■supplies the necessary materials for rapidly rebuilding wasted nerve tissues, reaches the root of many serious diseases." It is these virtues that have given DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE their wonderful power to conquer disease, and caused the miraculous cures that have startled the scientific world. Thousands of cases have demonstrated that this remedy is an unfailing specific for such diseases as bronchitis, consumption, Bright's disease, pneumonia, chronic coughs and colds, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, influenza, locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, nervous headache, pale and sallow complexions, and all forms of weakness in either men or women. But you must get the genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Imitations never cured anyone, and other so-called tonics are but imitations of this gr...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. ROBERTS REPLIES TO MR. DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

MR. ROBERTS REPLIES TO MR. DARLING. Mr. Roberts, M.P., was in great form on Tuesday, and during his clever and at times brilliant address on household suffrage he made many capital points, scoring heavily each time. He completely pulverised Mr. Darling, who recently made a violent attack: on the Labor Party. Said Mr. Roberts in reply—He wished now to deal with the remarks of Mr. Darling, the whole of whose speech was given with a desire to raise up class bitterness, hatred, and distinction. That member had assumed a contemptuous tone and manner, and sneeringly referred to the " so-called Labor members. Labor ing under the large delusion that the term "Trades Hall Party" was objectionable, the hon. member used it times out of num ber with the one object of adding a degree of acrimony to the debate to which no other member would stoop. Who was this hon. member who would hurl obloquy at the Trades Hall Party and Labor members for no other reason than that they earned an honest living i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR REGULATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

LABOR REGULATION LEAGUE. Mr. Theo. Gum lectured on " The Land Question" at the flagstaff, Port Adelaide, on Sunday morning last. There was a large attendance of workers, and Mr. Duffield presided. The lecturer said that land reform was one of the most important questions that could occupy the attention of reformers. He pointed out four distinct evils which resulted from land monopoly—(1) the appro priation of economic rent by the landlords ; (2) the taxation of the producer for revenue purposes by the State ; (3) the power of the landlord to rob the laborer of his wages by rackrenting the producer; and (4) the limitation of tbe purchasing power of the masses by the concentration of an enormous amount of the wage fund in the hands of the landlord as so-called rent. Mr. Gum said the first step in land reform must be to get the economic rent for the State by the taxation of land values, and the correspond ing remission of all other purely revenue taxation. The next step must be the sub...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ROSEWATER DISTRICT COMMITTEE, U.L.P. SOCIAL TO LABOR REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

THE ROSEWATER DISTRICT COMMITTEE, U.L.P. Social to Labor Representatives. On Wednesday night the Hose water District Committee of the United Labor Party tendered a complimentary social and dance to the Labor representatives of the district. It was held in the Rose water District Hall, which proved alto gether too small to comfortably accommo date the crowd who obtained ■ an entry. Nearly two hundred had to be refused admission. Mr. H. Batt, president of the Port Labor Party, occupied the chair, and was accompanied on the platform by the Hons. R. S. Guthrie, H. Adams, W. A. Robinson and G. McGregor, and Messrs. W. O. Archi bald, I. MacGillivray, T. Price, E. L. Batchelor, and J. Hutchison. The chair man welcomed the legislators who were present in a brief speech, and the pro gramme was at once entered into. Miss Wilks played the overture in a skilful manner, and songs were contri buted by Miss Ablett and Miss Jacka and Messrs. Batchelor and Price, M.P.'s. The Hon. G. McGregor gave a ...

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LETTER FROM BEN TILLETT. HE EXPLAINS HIS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

LETTER FROM BEN TILLETT, He Explains His Position. One's first thoughts in reading of the supposed bad feeling with regard to the addresses given by me in England, re Queensland and Australia, was that some malevolent spirit was robbing one's friends of reason as well as confidence. The habit of misrepresentation, like mistrust, is not •exclusively the vice of the bourgeoisie, so one has to put up with these little failings on the part of one's friends. Judging from a distance, and of course being open to correction, it would appear in Australia generally and in Queensland in particular that I was stumping England in order to induce anybody and everybody to go out at once to Queensland, while the starving thousands of eligible Australians had no -chance. This is all nonsense to start with, a# I merely wanted it to be known as it is often described. Labor papers drew a terrible picture of floods of foreigners rushing in on the peaceful settlers of Queens land pictures of Japs, Italia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MAX SWIFT desires to express sincere thanks to his Friends and Customers who have favored him with their patronage, and for their liberal support for the past seven years of his Adelaide and Port Establishments. We beg to intimate by our Notice of Removal that on and after August 22 our Furnishing Business will be carried on at 6 3, HINDLEY STREET (Premises lately oeeupied by the Victorian Furnishing Co.), And would respectfully ask you for a continuance of your favors, which you have so freely rendered us in the past. We feel sure your requirements will be better attended to at our New Furnishing Warehouse in Hindley Street, having larger aod more commodious premises, being well lighted, and better adapted for the display of Furniture. It will be our aim to satisfy our Customers, study their wants, and will use every means in our power to give our Customers every satisfaction. OUR NEW FURNISHING WAREHOUSE IN HINDLEY ST. should draw Customers by the score, as all ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS. * TO THE EDITOR. Sir — When I saw your remarks in " Passing Notes," in your issue of August 19, on the opinions of a nurse concerning the ignorance of the majority of people concerning diseases and sanitary laws, I was rather surprised to find that similar remarks were made by Julia Dawson in the last issue of the Clarion to hand. Now it appears to me that if the money which is now wasted in distributing tons of so-called religious tracts (which only help in keeping workpeople in slavery and canine docility) were devoted to spreading a sound useful knowledge of the causes of disease—sanitary laws, cooking, and last but not least, the simple art of keeping themselves clean— the people would receive some benefit from the hundreds of thousands which are now wasted in scattering waste paper over the earth. I am, Sir, &c., A MOTHER.

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

CONQUEROR (DARK TWIST and PLUG) TOBACCO. STICKS, 3d. and 4d. PLUGS, 4d., 6d., and Is.

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LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. Legislative Council. The Legislative Council did not sit this week. Hon. members are busily engaged in girding up their loins in anticipation of the coming fray, viz., the battle of • household suffrage.

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THOSE TRADES HALL DOORS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

THOSE TRADES HALL DOORS. In response to the request of the Trades Hall Executive, we publish in another column the correspondence which has lately been proceeding in the dailies between that body and Mr. C. Tucker, M.P., relative to payment or non-payment for the Trades Hall doors. When the Trades Hall was in course of erection Mr. Tucker promised the committee that he would, as a contribution to the hall, pay for the swinging doors opening into the Council chamber. The estimated cost of these doors was, we understand, about ,£20. The hall was completed, and no application was made by the committee for the fulfilment of Mr. Tucker's promise, they very rightly thinking that a voluntary promise should be followed by voluntary pay ment. However, during the recent elections (2) for the Encounter Bay district, elections which were fought out to the bitter end, and during which personal references .were freely made on both sides, the matter cropped up, and Mr. Tucker, in reply to a questi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. Obit.—Dr. Horatio Thomas Whittel. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Obit.—Dr. Horatio Thomas WhitteL In 1847 the Register advocated early closing. Are you getting ready for a dissolution of both Houses ? C.C.K. is burning the candle at both ends. Beware! Brilliant speech by Roberts in favor of household suffrage. Let us have more workers in the Eight Hours Procession and fewer lining the footpaths. C. Tucker, M.P., evades the main issue. Question—What did he say about poor McPherson ? New Zealand Arbitration Court has ruled that union men are to have the preference in employment. Double number of The Herald next week, containing photos of the committee, &c. Secure one as a memento. Highly successful social at Rose water on Wednesday to the Labor representatives of the district in both Houses. Eight Hours Demonstration going to be a grand success notwithstanding the. fact that there will be no art union. Mr. J. Hosking sticks to the early closing question as a cobbler sticks to his last. May his devotion shortly be rewarded. *...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

House of Assembly. un Thursday, AugustlV Mr. POYJN TON asked the Commissioner of Public Works whether, seeing that it cost as much to clothe a porter and to fill his stomach as it did the permanent-way men on the Northern system of the railways, he would take steps to enable the porters to participate in the rise of sixpence a day, which was granted some time ago to the other men in consequence of the high cost of living in the North. The Commis sioner of Public Works promised to call the attention of the Railways Commis sioner to the matter, and no doubt he would do what he thought was advisable. The Attorney - General told Mr. ROBERTS that the appointment of Mr. J. H. Sinclair to the position of Assistant Crown Solicitor certainly did not carry the right to private legal practice. The Commissioner of Public Works, replying to Mr. ARCHIBALD, said the objections of the Railway Department to issuing special workmen's tickets be tween Woodville and Semaphore, and in termediate station...

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NATIONALIZE THE MINES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 26 August 1899

NATIONALIZE THE MINES. TO THE EDITOR,. ' Sir—I quite agree with Working Man, that to nationalize the mines would do away with sweating and such abominations. But in my opinion, at present, there are none worth the risk for the State to take over. I suggest that, firstly, send an ex ploring party headed by one scientific man, let the rest be volunteers, to prospect the interior of the North-West country. What has made America the ever-conquering nation she is to-day ? Simply because she gave to all her subjects a chance to dis tinguish themselves. I am, Sir, &c. ANOTHER LABORER. Frank—" Some genius in Birmingham has invented a buttonless shirt." Billy—" Why, that's old. I've worn them ever since my wife learned to ride a bike."

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