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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR FIRST SHIPMENTS OP SPRING & SUMMER NOVELTIES. Our Millinery and Dress Rooms will be found Specially At tractive with all the Latest Fashions from Paris and London. 2 2, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE.

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LABOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

LABOR DAY. The committee of the Sight Hours Demonstration Union having completed their preparations for their annual gathering, nothing was wanted but a fine day to ensure complete success—and an ideal day was vouchsafed them. A bright clear morning, with just sufficient breeze to keep the gay flags in motion and to fan the cheeks of . the thousands of holi day-makers who turned out, was in itself almost sufficient to bring a happy smile to all faces, but when in addition the feeling arose that this was the day of all days in the year, and that the demonstra tion at which they had come to assist, either actively or passively, promised to be one of the biggest successes on record, the people were happy indeed. It will be unnecessary to recapitulate the details of the history of the movement, as they are fully dealt with in a report of a lecture on Labor Day, delivered at the Democratic Club last Sunday and appear ing in another column. Everyone who had business to do in connection wi...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. TUCKER, M.P., AND "THE HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

MR. TUCKER, M.P., AND HERALD." Me. Tucker, M.P., is scarcely to be complimented on his anti-household suffrage speech in the Assembly on Tuesday last, and if all his statements were as wide of the truth as the one he made with regard to the control of "The Herald" it would have been better had" he refrained altogether from speaking. In support of his contention that "the greater the amount of re sponsibility imposed on any class the greater the voice that class should have in the government of the country • that where there was special taxation there ought to be special representa tion, and that the people who paid land and income tax were entitled to special representation," he quoted the follow ing as a clinching argument:—" In the case of ' The Herald,'" said he, " would the Labor Party say that the man with 100 shares should have no more voting power than the man with only one share? Was not the principle recognised in the control of that paper that the greater the responsibilit...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYMENTS. Some time ago, when a correspondence was going on in our columns concern ing servants and lady helps, we pointed out that as domestic work must always be the principal occupation of women. the solution of the domestic service F ; . , ,. ■» , servajHj^ ^Ij^Qiry^ their professibn. ISTow a-book by Mrs. Lucy Maynard~ Salmori on " I^ompstic . ServMje" lias re^I^t-Ai3dbide/|a^ in this first ajfc^mpt*, to; Jtreat' the subject" scientifically, we find our ;view8;jsnf. dorsed. Mrs.Salmon's book ranis with the works of people like Mr. Charles Booth- and Mi*./ and' Mrs. Sydney Webb, -for she "has carefully studied the subject she writes about, Such books are the foundation-stones of social science; Mrs. Salmon calls domestic service "the great American' question." There are one and a half millions of domestic servants in America. Is it not also one of the greatest Australian questions we have to deal with, for does it not affect the lives of our daughters and sisters ? A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: SEPTEMBEB 9, 1899. Our Editorial Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: SEPTEMBEB 9, 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

Races. R A C^E S . S.A. JOCKEY CLUB. Spring Meeting,1*899. Under the distinguished Patronage of His Excellency Lord Tennyson, K.C.M.G., Lady Tennyson and Suite. MORPHE TTVILLE. Steeplechase Day, SATURDAY, Sept. 9. FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1 P.M. £1 TOTALIZATOR 5s, Luncheon. Afternoon Tea. EXCURSION FARES on Government Lines. SPECIAL TRAINS to and from Course. Grand Stand, 10s.; Children under twelve (in charge of parents and guardians), 5*s. 6d.; Totalizator Stand, 2s. 6d.; the Flat, Is. A. O. WHITINGTON, 256-7 Sec. S;A.J,C. Port Adelaide Racing Club. Spring Meeting, 1899 SATURDAY,-September 16 {Weather Permitting). CHELTENHAM PARK, Adjoining Port Railway Line. Totalizator. Totalizator. First Race to start at 1*30 p.m. Programme: Trial Stakes of 40 sovs. » Handicap Hurdle Race of 60 sovs. Spring Handicap of 70 sovs. September Steeplechase of 80 sovs. Flying Hancicap of 50 sovs. . Jumpers' Flat Race of 50 sovs. Admission—Grand Stand, 7s. 6d.; Derby Stand, 2s. 6d.; Flat, Is.; Saddling En ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

For not buying fee Wife some of MyePS & 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 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 OF OILCLOTHS AND LINOLEUM, 75 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

To Correspondents. Owing to the demands upon our columns this week several letters and contributions have had to be held over. Will our corres pondents kindly accept this as an explana tion ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR CANADIAN LETTER. TORONTO, CANADA, July 29, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

OUR CANADIAN LETTER. Toronto, Canada, ; July 29, 1899. I have been getting " TheHerald " for some time. To an old newspaper man, it is a great pleasure to see the neat typographical appearance, the correct head-lines, the orderly and excellent arrangement of matter, and the manly, temperate editorial tone which I find in "The Herald"—and perhaps I might add the womanly tone of part of the paper, if I correctly understand who writes the " Passing Notes." South Australian Labor men will probably like to hear something of what their Canadian brethren are doing and thinking. I am more or less brought in contact with the organised labor of this city, and I shall therefore constitute myself your special Canadian correspondent, for so long as I can find matter of interest to your readers that you care to publish. First, a few words as to this city. It is the capital of the province of Ontario, and has a population of be tween 200,000 and 250,000. We are delightfully situated on the margin ...

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LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. Nearly all this sitting was taken up by the di8cassion of a somewhat unusual motion, "That Mr. Ward be not heard." That gentleman desired to move in the matter of condemning the Commissioner of Grown Lands for saying -at a recent gathering at Petersburg " That thirteen members of the Legislative Council are opposed to every litaral measure." This, Mr. Ward con tended, was a false statement, and he had evidently come prepared with a long bluster ing speech. However, Mr. Gordon jumped up and proposed that Mr. Ward be not heard, giving as his reason that it was beneath the dignity of tbis House to put its whole machinery into operation, to sit in solemn conclave for the purpose of entering upon its records details of state ments made by any person outside the chamber. - A long discussion ensued Mr. G. McGREGOR thought it would have been better if Mr. Ward went to Petersburg and gave expression to his views. (Hear, ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

Speci&lNotiees. 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 Akcade. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. Address—Miss C. H. Spence. Subject—"The Four Gifts : Wine, Work, Women, and Death.3' Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7 o'clock. c Government Advertisements. DEPARTMENT OF MINES. COPIES OF REPORTS, with MAPS, by the GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST (H. ■£. L. Brown), showing' the GEOLOGY of various portions of the Province, also RECORD of MINES, may be obtained FREE of Charge on application to the Mines Office, Adelaide. The RECORD of MINES can also be seen at any Post Office or Institute throughout the Province. Copies of the MINING ACT and REGU LATIONS may be obtained at the Mines Office, Adelaide, on payment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

Boots and Shoes. Ever Overflowing with BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS, THE Qm gOOT PALACE OF The John Hunter Go. LIMITED. A FEW GOOD THINGS. Ladies' Real Nice Blacking Leather Lace Shoes At 3s. lid. and 4s. Ud. In MEN'S BLUCHERS We do Shine at 3s.lid., 4s. lid., 5s. 6 d., 6s. lid. Something1 good for Mothers, also their dear Daughters. Glace Kid Lace Boots, 10s. 6(1. tO/6 OUR FAMOUS Half-Guinea BALMORALS * need no Comment, l^pas now they are Iqq NOTED throughout South Australia for vv 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. f^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 HUHTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE Next Areade, Bundle Street, Adelaide.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. Mr. Biee drew attention to unfulfilled promises of the Government in the matter of neglecting to bring in several Bills, and the Chief Secretary explained. The debate on the Closer Settlement Bill was resumed by Mr. Ward, who took the opportunity of letting off some of the spleen engendered by his defeat of the previous day. Mr. Tomkinson moved the further adjournment, and was followed in the division by Messrs. Charleston, Fuller, Lewis, Martin, Smith, Ward, and Tomkin son (teller). Those who opposed him were Messrs. Adams, . Addison, Guthrie, Russell, McGregor, Sandford, and O'Loghlin (teller). There being a tie, the President voted for the motion, and the Council adjourned.

Publication Title: Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

Buy "The Herald," Id. only.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. Mr. ROBINSON asked permission to ask the Hon. E. Ward whether, when he used the expression " lightning-stricken harps " as referring to Ministers of the Crown, he intended to convey the meaning, as stated by the Premier at a public meeting on Saturday last, that the Ministers were " liars," with a most objectionable adjective preceding? One of his reasons for.-asking; the question was that he wanted to show to Mr. Ward* that it was an objectionable .thing ; to ask questions of private members at alL He wanted also to draw the attention of the President to this language having been used, and to its meaning. Mr. Ward—Shall I be in order in answering the qnestion ? The President—The honorable member can answer the question if he likes, but he must not argue it. Mr. Ward said he did not use the ex pression " as referring to Ministers of the Crown," as the question put it. (Mr. ROBINSON—" Don't quibble.") He was not quibbling. This was his formal reply to the ques...

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INEBRIATES AND WELL-BORN BABIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

INEBRIATES AND -WELL-BORN BABIES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Will you kindly allow me to make a few comments upon a matter that appeared in " Passing Notes " of August 26, and draw your attention to a mis-statement that ap peared therein ? In the last paragraph but one a "high-class" baby was mentioned. Now at the lecture alluded to in the " Notes," a high-class baby was not spoken of, but certainly a " well-born " one was. Also your "Notes" said, "The mundane thought was in our mind that the well-born infant saw a feeding bottle somewhere when it was supposed to be laughing at the wind tossing the leaves of the tree about." Well, the infant might have done so on some occasions, but I can assure you (I am acquainted with the motherless babe) that I have frequently heard his cries of rapture at the entertainment in the trees hours before he has seen his feeding bottle. Babies are capable of other enjoyments besides those of feeding and drinking. This baby —and I mention the fact for the good...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

Notices. Tpy BLOSSOM Tea. Absolutely Pure. In 1, 5, and 10 lb. Air - tight Tins; also in 20 lb. Quarter Chests and 88 lb. Half Chests Carriage Paid to any Railway Station in South Australia on all Parcels of Tea con taining 5 lbs. and upwards. SEND FOR PRICE-LIST AND SAMPLES (FREE) TO THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS, THE CITY CASH STORES, 45 Rundle Street, 266 ADELAIDE. 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 Stock. 246-97 PORT ADELAIDE PEOPLE* PATRONISE Lloyd, Brook & Catt, The Popular DRAPERS, TAILORS, &c. New Goods now showing. 256-307 remarkable gift. The Australasia agent-general for Yitadatio, Mr. S. A. Palmer, has just instituted a most remarkable departure. The works of Charles M. Sheldon have Sprung into prominence, and are attracting the atten tion of the entire English-speaking races of the world and probably oth...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

House op Assembly. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. Mr. PRICE said that he understood that seventy-five men would be required at Yacka, Koolunga, and Keilli, on the pipetrack. He also understood that at the present time it was piecework, and that the men could not get the ordinary necessaries of life. Seeing that there was a difficulty of obtaining men under the present system, would the Com missioner of Public Work adopt the day work system of 6s. a day. The Commis sioner of Public Works said that sometimes there was a difficulty in getting men, especially for mining; work, but as far as piecework was concerned at Barossa and Bundaleer, the men were enabled to make at least 6a. a day. If the hon. member would give notice he would answer his question in detail. •The Commissioner of Public Works in formed Mr. HO ORIGAN that the rates of wages paid to the fettlers at the Glanville Workshops was 7s. to 8s. per diem respec tively. The Attorney-General, in answer to Mr. HUTCHISON, said Mounted - Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 9 September 1899

TO THE EDITOR. Sir—On September 1 I was walking in the procession and, on casting my eyes towards the South Australian Railway Service Mutual Association, I was inclined to doubt the evidence of my senses on seeing Mr. R. Wood, M P., walking with the executive officers of the association, and in the front rank, too. May I ask if Mr. Wood is a member of the association and an executive officer ? If not, why is he allowed to walk with good and true unionists on this our great day ? Will some one kindly give me and hundreds of others, who are seekers after truth, the tequired information ? I am, Sir, &c., COUNTRY VISITOR. [We have made enquiries into this matter, and have been informed by the general secretary of the association that Mr. Wood was at one time a member of the Adelaide Branch, but for non-payment of dues was struck off the roll of membership. He after wards joined the Murray Bridge Branch, but for the same reason he is no longer a member of it. At the present time...

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