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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

"SCIENTIFIC" SHIRT. PURE IRISH UNEN (Tailor made) of the most durable long Cloth and fitted wi b the finest Linen. FIT and STYLE Guaranteed in the Latest Fashion. Sample Shirts, 6/6, 7/6, and 8/6 (made to measure). OLD SHIRTS RE FITTED with Irish Linen Cuffe, Is. OLD SHIRTS RE FITTED with Irish Linen Neck Bands, 6d. When giving your orders please mention Weekly Herald. In the Tailoring Department we have a special line of Suits, £2 17s. 6d., the fit and style guaranteed perfect. 3 cutters at work. J. T. McLEAN & CO., SHIRT & COLLAR MANUFACTURERS HINDLEY-STREET. PURE CO-OPERATION. All should join one of our TAILORING CLUBS. Full paiticulars from Gould. Brotliers, PORT ROAD, HINDMARSH. j-^EATHERl LEATHER! LEATHER! fc\ WELLER, & SON, Leather Cutterf, Grindery Merchants, and Boot Upper Manu facturers, are still at old address, No. 193, Rundle-st., nearly opp. Synogogue, where they will be p'.eased to see and hear from old. and new friends. All requisites for fami...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

THE ZOO. YOUNG LIONS YOUNG TIGERS YOUNG LEOPARDS YOUNG LLAMAS YOUNG HUANACOS YOUNG ALPACA May now be seen in the Zoological Gardens. VISITORS FROM THE COUNTRY, GO TO TELE ZOO. MAX SWIFT, Best Black Waterproof Goats, VELVET COLLAKS, (Stitched) 30/- 30/- 30/ MAX SWIFT, 8Q, Pirie Street, Adelaide. SMOKE TWIST. The Tobacco Twisters' Union asks all Smokers to use DARK aud AROMATIC TWIST TOBACCO. WE WANT YOU TO SMOKE Black TWIST Tobacco EQUAL TO ANY IN THE WORLD. WE WANT SMOKERS OP AROMATIC TO BUY UNION Aromatic TWIST Tobacco, A DELIGHTFUL SMOKE. ALL OTHER BRANDS SUPERSEDED BY UNION. EVERT STICK TAGGED THUS R, W. PATFULL, Universal Provider. 1, 2, 3, MAGILL ROAD, NORWOOD. TELEPHONE 166. All Goods direct from the Manu facturer to the Consumer, thus saving middle profits.

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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The Churches and the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

The Churches and the Poor. An article asks, " Are the Churches neg lecting the poor ?" No, most of the Churches are promising the poor a home in heaven if they will only do without one here and allow the rich, whom Christ condemned, to have the palaces; if they will suffer the political and social wrongs heaped upon them so the rich will be able to pay big pew rents. You can rely on the Churches not neglecting the poor—they are the guardians of the poor to keep them trackable for the rich skinners. Now, don't go off and say I am an infidel, for I believe in the ethics of Christ, but I fail to see that the Churches of to-day either teach or practice His spirit. There are honorable exceptions, but as a rule the Churches are in league with Mam mon to-day as they were when the Man of Sorrows taught the children of men. -The Uoming Nation.

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Trade and Labor Unions. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Trade and Labor Unions. [Secretaries of Trades Unions, Labor Leagues, and other democratic organizations are requested to supply reports of their meetings, and any information of importance for insertion in our columns. Copy for the current issue must reach the office not later than noon 011 Wednesday each week, other wise insertion cannot be guaranteed.] S.A. Operative Bootmakers' Usiom.— The twenty-third half-yearly meeting was held 011 Monday, 20th inst., the President in the chair, when there was a fair atten I dance. Amongst the correspondence was important information from the Boot Trade Unions in the neighbouring colonies, also [ telegrams from Brisbane to the effect that I a general strike was on. Members were requested to keep away while the difficulty exists. The executive presented their report, ' with balance-sheet, which showed a profit of £130 9s. 5d. for the half-year. This was received and adopted, with the auditors' report. A vote of thanks to the retiring officers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

SEE THAT YOU GET MARSH & CO.'S GENUINE STEARINE CANDLES. NOTE.—Our Caudles bum thirty minutes longer than imported, and are made from the best vrlute Steavine at Torreuside. OUIl NAME IS ON EVERY PACKET. 2^3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Wanted, 200 customers in district of Pros. ; pect, &c., to buy Eldridge's Superior Bread New Season's Jam—Apricot, 63d. tin ; Plum, 5id. tiu, at Wm. Makston's, Port Adelaide and Rosewater. Mb. E. W. Cole, of the Rook Arcade, Rundle-street, sends us two very useful books. One is "Cole's Chairman's Guide and Secretary's Companion," which gives elaborate instructions as to the duties of a chairman at every kind of meeting, and some useful hints to Secretaries. The other is " Cole's Ball-room Guide." We have not much time for dancing, but those M'ho have will find this little manual very useful. Au exchange says:—" Mr. Astor, the American millionaire, whose wife died recently iu England, and was buried in America, has ordered a New York florist to place over her grave a dftly mantel of violets and lillies of the valley for a whole year. As these blossoms will have to be forced, the cost will be about £200 a day." How many families would this amount keep from starving? Try MACKLI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & CO. Beg to notify they have received FURTHER SHIPMENTS OF WJNTER GOODS IN" ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON". DRESSIVfA^INQ.-pP^CIAi —This Department is now under the manage^ nient qf UJadaDie Tpmso, who lias high-class credentials from Parisian and London Houses. To increase our Trade in this Department, we have Reduced GUT Charges, which will give greater satisfaction to I^ady Customers who appreciate Superior Style at Moderate Charges.

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Ministerial Trip to the West Coast. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Ministerial Trip to the West Coast. The Commissioner of Crown Lands, with Messrs. Poynton and Moule, the members for Flinders, returned on Sunday morning by the steamer Ferret from a long tour of the West Coast and Fowler's Bay country. The party left Adelaide on April 26 by the Governor Musgrave, and after an ex ceedingly rough passage reached Fowler's Bay on the 30th. They were here supplied with horses by Mr. Murray, and proceeded westward in the direction of Eucla as far as Tallowan Well, examining the recently declared Hundreds en route. From there they took a zigzag course back through all the West Coast country right down to -the older settlements about War row, having a somewhat rough, but on the whole, exr tremely pleasant trip. A careful inspection was made of the country, much of which was regarded as suitable for farming, espe cially some of the inallee land, but some was poor and stony, and some was too distant from the coast. Some of the best mallee land was in the nei...

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Mr. Coneybeer at Norwood. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Mr. Coneyfoeer at Norwood. Mr. F. W. Coneybeer, M.P., addressed the electors of East Torrcns at the Norwood Toivn Hall ou Monday evening. The Hon. Gregor McGregor, M.L.C., was voted to the chair, and in introducing the lecturer made a few remarks appropriate to the occasion. Mr. Coneybeer said he was very pleased to see such a large gathering, and amongst them ladies. Of course he realised that in dealing witli the work of the past session he would have to inflict upon them some very dry details, but he wished to give them a full and truthful account of what was done, what was not done, and why some things were left undone. Looking at the constitu tion of the House anyone who would think the matter out would know that it was almost impossible to pass some of the liberal and democratic measures brought forward and that were embodied iu the platform of 1893 ; but this be said unhesitatingly, that the action of the people at the last election in putting some of their own men into the H...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Passing Notes. [By TEsrrrs.] The Herald has abundant opportunities of recordiug the doings of wealth in opposi tion to the interests of labor, and it is there fore a peculiar pleasure to be able to rarord an incident of an opposite character. is the story: —A lady well known as one ol the wealthiest ladies of the colony, was making some purchases at a leading diapery establishment, aud having done so, asHed the proprietor if it was his intention to open after 6 o'clock on Saturday. Possibly con eluding that his customer was favourable to late shopping, he said it was his intention to do so. "Then," said the lady, "you may send in my account, and you shall have a cheque, after which the account will be closed." A -few lessons like this from people in the position of the lady mentioned would speedily settle the early - closing Question, and make legislation unnecessary. * # • # * Michael Daxttt says that although he pays £50 a year rent for a modest cottage of one story, and £12 addit...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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Democratic Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Democratic Societies. The Democratic Club. — On Sunday eveuing Mr. D. Williams occupied tlie plat form of the Democratic Club, his subject being '"How Wages arc Reduced." The lecturer, in bis opening remarks, said the industrial struggle of to-day is a perplexing poblem to intelligent men in every centre of civilization. So greifc is its proportions, and intricate and involved its operations, that many despair of finding a solution, and they even tliiuk that it is a necessary condi tion of human progress and improvement. Their ideas could, perhaps, be better ex pressed in the language of the poet:— Life is not as idle ore, But iron dug from central gloom, And heated hot with burning fears, And dipt in baths of hissing tears, And battered by the shock of doom To shape and use. That was the Malthusian theory, and is still unconsciously maintained by a large number of good - hearted people. The struggle of physical force is a relic of the past; to-day the struggle is an intellectual on...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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Bakers' Conciliation Board. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Bakers' Conciliation Board. The first annual meeting of the Bakers' Conciliation Board was held at the Federated Employers' Council chamber, Temple Cham bers, Currie-street, on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance, and the Pre sident (Mr. A. W. Ralph) occupied the chair. The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted thus :—President, Mr. A. W. Ralph (re-elected); Vice?President, Mr. F. C. Hahn (re-elected); Secretary, Mr. M. C. Scryn^gQur (re elected). The members of the Board were re-elected as follows :— Messrs. J. Willoughby, F. G. Hahn, Will cox, Lynch, J. Newton, F. Bricknell, Hopper, Oldfield, Walsh, and A. W. Ralph. It was reported that an employer ■who employs Union labor, and recognises the society's rules, was employing two appren tices, when by the rules he was only entitled to one. It was resolved that the employer was not justified in infringing the rule referred to without the consent of his men or the Journeymen Bakers' Association. No reply has yet b...

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Dave Hargrave's Mission. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

Dave Hargrave's Mission. By Harry J. White. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). " No such thing," replied Ope, " I reckon 'tis the best thing has happened me for many a day. Eh! id I could only do it a little oftener, maybe I should feel the benefit of it. No! say no more on that score, Ope feels twenty per cent. better, on my word." " Well, how about this virtuous old sea captain ? I suppose you will want a long interview with him. However, supposing I give you his address; you can run down to the docks and see him, for, as I men tioned, he is our 'ship's husband,' an old captain in our employ, and although I know nothing would suit him better than another trip to sea, yet he serves our interests best as he is. But I think you might improve each other wid a bit of discoorse, you know," he added, laughing. " Eh ! maybe we will alannah, 't's a brave ould gentleman he is, I'll warrant; and Mr. Winsome, 'tis a gladsome good man ye are yourself. I know 'tis a taste of the rale ould brogue ye like...

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 24 May 1895

CHAPTER XIII. Ope Soliloquises—At the Docks—A Real Old Seadog—Captain Elias Smoker—A Cautions Couple—Crooked or not Crooked —A Pathetic Story—Comparing Notes— On Revivals— Fast B riends— A Free Hand for the Old Skipper—The Sea Nymph and her Capabilities—Mutual Satisfaction. *' Bali! 'tis itching I am for a sweet breath of air and a ramble with the old two •wheeler again; I reckon Tin tired of all this. I'll be smoked as yellow as Cork bacon; ifs a turn of the old wheel I'd like to hear buzzing away, with a pair of hissing bright blades on it. Hey, ho ! for a camp ont on the green sward, with no one but poor old lass ! Maybe we'll have a spell at the old bridge where we met the gossoon. My word! "what a frolic we'll have, old dog, grinding, camping, eating, and drink jag. Eh, but it's a rare ould time we'll have together." It was thus Ope soliloquised, as lie went out into the busy street again. Then sud denly }'is thoughts turned on the busiuess which was before him ; it was a serio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

THE ZOO. YOUNG LIONS YOUNG TIGERS YOUNG LEOPARDS YOUNG LLAMAS YOUNG HUANACOS YOUNG ALPACA May now be seen in the Zoological Gardens. VISITORS FROM THE COUNTRY, GO TO THE ZOO. MAX SWIFT, i Best Black Waterproof Goats, I VELVET COLLARS, (Stitched) 30/- 30/-30/ MAX SWIFT. 80, Pirie Street, Adelaide. SMOKE TWIST. The Tobacco Twisters' Union asks all Smokers to use DARK and AROMATIC TWIST TOBACCO. WE WANT YOU TO SMOKE Black TWIST Tobacco EQUAL TO ANY IN THE WORLD. WE WANT SMOKERS OF AROMATIC TO BUY UNION Aromatic TWIST Tobacco, A DELIGHTFUL SMOKE. ALL OTHER BRANDS SUPERSEDED BY UNION. EYERY STICK TAGGED THUS R. W. PATFULL, Universal Provider. 1, 2, 3, MAGILL ROAD, NORWOOD. TELEPHONE 166. All Goods direct from the Manu facturer to tlie Consumer, thus saving middle profits.!! "SCIENTIFIC" SHIRT. PURE IRISH LINEN (Tailor made) of the most durable . Long Cloth and fitted with the:finest Linen. FIT and STYLE Guaranteed in the Latest Fashion. Sample Shirts, 6/6, 7/6, and 8/6 (made to measure)....

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The Concentration of Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

The Concentration of Wealth. By a calculation made some time ago by an American statistician, and published in Chambers' Journal,, seventy citizens of the United States possessed among them an aggregate wealth of §'2,703,000,000. That gives an average of about $37,500,000 each. Besides these seventy colossal fortunes there are fifty other persons in the Northern States alone valued at over $10,000,000 each. In three villages, near New York, sixty persons live who own an aggregate wealth of $500,000,000; in Boston fifty families each pay taxes on annual incomes of about $10,000,000. VVe have, thank God, nothing to compare with such monstrous cases of individual wealth in Great Britain. Baron Rothschild and Lord Overstone each left about $17,000,000; one live English Duke is valued at $50,000,000, and another at $40,000,000. These cases are "few and far between," and represent the highest individual amount of wealth collected.— Reynolds. Even the Tory Daily Telegraph of London is beco...

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Socialism in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

Socialism in Germany. Ill view of the fact that Socialism is marching with giant strides in Germany, the following extracts from an article on " The Position and Programme of German Socialism," by Herr Liebknecht, in the Forum, will be of interest to both our German, and English readers. The writer says :—" D® you think that the nearly two millions of men who voted for the Socialist programme on June 15, 1893, and to whom must be added nearly a million of voteless young men between 20 aud 25 years—do you think they are a mob of ' discontented' people who do not know what they want, and, like silly children, only know what they do not want? Think what these numbers mean J They represent one-fourth of the entire body of active, that is of voting, electors, and consequently one-fourth of the entire population of Germany—an Empire of twelve-and-a-half millions in the Empire of fifty millions. And not the worst fourth ! The best, the cleverest working men of Germany are Socialists." Our ...

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Value of a Human Being. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

Value of a Human Being. In answer to the question—" What is the cash value of a human being to a civilized community at different periods of working life?" a London paper writes:—"It is extremely difficult to obtain any reliable figures upon which to base calculations. The following must therefore be taken as approximate only. Taking the agricultural laborer as a typical instance, we find that his average wage is £3o a year. Forty-five per cent, of this will be required to supply him with food and drink, and 35 per cent, for the other necessaries of life in the shape of clothing, rent, &c. Thus the cost of his keep is 80 per cent, of his earning capabili ties, and his worth to the State the remaining 30 per cent., or £7 a year. His expectation of life at the age of twenty is about forty years, and we may assume that he will be capable of working with his full strength for four-fifths of this period, namely, for thirty-two years. Hence at twenty years of age his worth may be ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

FOOTBALL. June 1. Adelaide Oval—South Adelaide v. Natives. Fine weather favored the opening days of the A.R.C. Meeting. The Buccaneer won the City Handicap and Hortensius the Birthday Cup. In the V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle Race I see entered Ensign and Carlton (Emulation — Novelist); in the Grand National Steeplechase, Expectation and Strike. Bungebah recently won the Farewell Handicap, six furlongs, at Randwick, carrying 8 st. 121b., in 1 min. 15 sec. This is a good performance for a ten-year-old. "Special Commissioner," of Melbourne Sportsman, says, " Auraria will certainly have to be considered as an important factor in the classic events of next spring." To-morrow is the last day of the Birthday Meeting, and without waiting for final ac- . ceptances, my fancies are as follows:— Disposal Stakes, British Maid; Second j Hurdle Race, Midnight; Marryatville Handicap, Bang Orry; A.R.C. Handicap, . Monastery; Steeplechase, Expectation; Rose Park Haudicap, Malsla. Lord Rosebery on Wed...

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Freedom of Contract. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 31 May 1895

Freedom of Contract. The Clarion thus discourses on freedom of contract, as it affects the coalminers of America Before leaving tbe States I must call attention to a Yankee product of industrial individualism -which English workers might profitably ponder. The Hocking Valley, one of the richest coalfields in the world, is in such trouble and. discontent that the Governor of Ohio; lately requested the Chambers of Commerce of the four principal cities of the State to appoint % joint com mittee of enquiry. This committee in due time reported that—" Throughout the entire region we have found the unemployed miners in a most extreme condition of destitution, depending upon the weekly issues of the relief committees for the entire subsistence. In the past year a variety of causes have made the working time of these labourers extremely short; varying from forty-two days to three months in all. This has resulted in an average income to the miners of 27 cents per day during the year 1894. The...

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