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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

Notices. XMnn—5s PER WEEK PAYS INTEREST K/lw and PRINCIPAL. ADVANCES op Approved Freehold Securities. NO COMMISSION ASSISTANCE GIVEN TO BUILD IMPERIAL BUILDING SOCIETY, 244-95 Montefiore Chambers, Waymouth Sfcree WORKMAN'S BLOCK,|One Acre, Good Land, with. Improvements, Fenced, and partly Planted, 3-roomed Cottage, water laid on; near Croydon; only £105, terms. STEPNEY; 4-roomed Stone House, Passage, Bath* Shed, &c.; £220, terms £70 cash, £150 balance without interest. Cottages, 3, 4, and 5 rooms, near Croydon; small deposit and easy terms. FITZROY NORTH, D.F. House, 6 rooms, Bath, Pantry, Verandahsirontand back. Shed, and Tank; Land, 46 x 113; £420, small deposit, balance weekly. T. STEPHENS,21 &SSKB W. G. HOLT & SON^fSf1 Shop and Office Fitters. Furniture made to order in Walnut, Oak, Ash, or Cedar Upholstering, French Polishing, and Repairs. 98

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 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 ent^y. Juveniles, 8d. per week, boys or girls. Adults from Is. 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, £710s to £12. Full information from the Local Secretaries or J. S. O. ALLEN, District Secretary, Recbabite Offices, 218-269 Victoria Square W., Adelaide. THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Money to Lend A mam panf on Mortgage at " vvll U 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 Shoes. A few...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

1 I CURLEW Brandy The only Brandy used in the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents—RuNuLE 6c GOW, Adelaide. 49-300 i I CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adelaide Show, 1897. Sole Agents—RUNDLE 6c GOW, Adelaide. 49300

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

Australian JVLutual Provident Society. Accumulated Funds — Over £15,000,000 Total Assurances (with Bonuses) ... 52,000,000 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The cooperation of members is invited with the view of making the New Easiness for the current year the largest in the history of the society. Each member is relied upon to assist in the celebration of the Jubilee by the introduction of at least ONE new member. The Society is now the largest 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 AUStPal Club, nearly OPPOSITE WESLEYAN CHURCH. PUBLIC DINING ROOM. Dinner, 12 to 2. Tea, 5 to 7 Refresh ments at any time. AFTERNOON TEA a speciality. Increased Bedroom Accommodation. ^93 Breakfast, from 8 to 10 Dinner " 12 to 3...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

OUR ROLL OF HONOR. II Mr. FRED. HOLDSWORTH. Me. Fred. Holdsworth, the new pre sident of the Operative Masons and Bricklayers' Association, was born in England in 1859, and arrived in the colonies in 1886. Some nine years ago he first took an active part in unionism, and soon worked himself into the first rank. Our Victorian workers recognised Mr. Holds worth's services by electing him to the position of pre sident of the Masons' Society, and the West Australian Masons and Brick layers' Society also honored him by placing him in a like position. He first identified himself with the local society in May, 1898, and has taken an active part in its business ever since. He represents his society on the United Labor Party, having been chosen as delegate for three terms in succession, also represented his society on the Eight Hours Celebration Union. On September 4 Mr. Holdsworth was unanimously chosen president of the Operative Masons and Bricklayers' Association, af position his wide ex p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

J. R. ANDREW, The old-established BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, No. 35, Central Market. (late of stubt street. ) The BeBt and Cheapest Place for Boots and Shoes of all Descriptions. Coupons Given. Country Orders Promptly attended to. [299

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

Passing Notes. Professor Bragg's first lecture on "Wireless Telegraphy" was given on Wednesday evening, the 13th inst., at the University. One hundred tickets had been prepared for applicants, and judging by the ordinary attendance at an "extension" lecture, these would have been amply sufficient. But they were soon exhausted, and a stream of people filled the lecture hall before 8 o'clock. Professor Bragg seemed pleased with his earnest and intelligent audience; and with his assistant, Mr. Rogers, kept the attention of all present for an hour. Most people would have been pleased to remain for another hour. If any fault could be found with the Professor, that fault lay in the extreme simplicity of his language which made his subject so easy to understand that everyone carried away a clear impression of ether waves. He explained that ether is the medium employed to work the wireless telegraphy that has laid hold of the popular imagina tion, and proceeded to explain that ether extends...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A BRIEF FOR THE BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

A BRIEF FOR THE BABIES. [Br "Gakde."] And how they come to us to bring us back What we have lost along the dusty track: The sweetness of the dawn, the early dew, And tender green and heaven's unclouded blue; The treasures that we dropped u pon the ground And they, in following after us, have found. —Gerald Massey. It is a long time since I had the pleasure •of addressing the readers of The Herald, but 1 am sure there are many of my good -comrades, both of the P.F. and others, who will be interested to hear that during the last ten months I have only turned awhile from the study of humanity in the abstract to devote special attention to a little speci men of humanity in the concrete, yclept a 'baby ! And I defy any writer or philosopher, «ven a Goge of the Hindus, to maintain his hold upon abstract thought if he had a baby to mind ! That wee atom tugging at the cords of his mental balloon would soon bring him to earth again. Mark Twain observes -of these born autocrats that "a baby i...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

Do you buy "The Herald? FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNITURE SALE SALE SALE AT THE AUSTRAL FURNISHING _ COMPANY. TO PARTIES FURNISHING. This Sale offers a splendid opportunity to secure First-class Furniture at Absurdly Low Prices. Come Early and Secure Bargains. ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS. stote ADDRESS— AUSTRAL FURNISHING GUMPANY, Opposite Arcade, Rundle Street. 258-83 BE WISE. Collect CO-OPERATIVE Coupons. Trade where you see the sign Go-Operative Coupons Given. 251-63 John Hutchings & Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents, NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CURRIE ST., HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP PROPERTIES OCCn rose PARE, Close St., superior Villa, 6 XtOO\J rooms, &c., nicelysituated, easy walk to city PCpC MALVERN,Cremorne St., modern House wcl&icl 6 rooms, &c., land 35 x 158, well finished. pCQC MILE END, Hughes St., 6rooms,&c.,land muau 40 x 193J few fruit trees, &c. pcnn MAG ILL road, near Maid and Magpie, MCiUU 7 rooms, stabling, large block of land. 0/^C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 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., 46 lid., 5s.6d., 6s. lid. Something" good for Mothers, also their dear Daughters. Glace Kid Lace Boots 10s. 6d. 10/6 OUR FAMOUS Half - Guinea BALMORALS need no Comment, l^Pas now they are CO NOTED throughout South Australia for their wearing * qualities. A late Addition to our Winter Stock i Ladies' Glace Kid Button Boots, 10s. 9d. In MEN'S BALMORALS I We stand alone for Cheap ness and Wearing Qualities. This s a Bargain at 6s. Ud. There is no old stock, every thing new and up to date." 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. MILD-DARK-...

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MR. HENRY D. LLOYD ON AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

MR. HENRY D. LLOYD ON AUS TRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. ^ -iaat';pjd the di^joiE . =-3iloy <i, an;eminent^ j^^t^i^:^^iterr^ii economics and -Laboroonditions,&rrivedin Adelaide iaffcer a visit of a nionth rtm New sZ^Jand. His $tay 'sra.s v«ry short,.;. Jink he mad6 • "the Ibest "use *ot. his/? "time. He was -interviewed on his return to Oanada, and the Toronto Ctiizen and G(?wiiry f^4 two columns aofi the ^ubjfect,. which; makes us desire to see the .rook .whkfo". will he the . outcome of his travel and enquiry. He first speaks of the peaceful election in .South Australia,- the first place w&erehie saw woman's suffrage in operation, aJid pf the family affair that political representation has become. He says the husband Wheeled the babytcarriage; . That was the question in Victoria when the pram was In ought for ward—who wheeled the pram ? He deals with the strong sentiment for federation all over the colonies, with the possible exception of New South Wales and Qu...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HAS McGREGOR FORGOTTEN HIS A, B, C? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

HAS McGREGOR FORGOTTEN HIS A, B, C ? TO THE EDITOR. oir—xnere is a movement ior tne esta blishing of a produce depot in the city, and when all others fail the Labor members are being " used" (in its worst sense) to worry the Government for certain ends to be gained. Some of us have fought for our own rank to be represented in official positions so that good may result, but when we see these men lending themselves to those who bitterly, treacherously, and with the most vindictive misrepresentation fight against us at election times, it is time to ask—" Wbat's the game ?" The most valuable site in South Australia McGregor is fighting for to hand over to some three or four hundred share holders at the most for their separate use as a depot. The Gas Company, the East-End Market Company, the tram companies fade into insignificance as monopolies beside this, and, to our shame, largely assisted by Labor members, and so the question is asked— " Has McGregor forgotten his A, B, C ?" Economic...

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SWEATING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

SWEATING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—" Passing Notes" has evidently mis taken my identity. My official position is that of an ordinary day laborer. As to the list of employers asked for, had I been asked and had 1 such a list it would certainly have been sent. I, in common with many others, am simply seeking light on the sweating evil in order that we may be enabled to do something to help our more unfortunate fellow-workers. Doubtless there are many difficulties in this as in all other phases of the social problem; but they must be sur mounted, and the earlier the better. The sweating evil is as yet only slight here as compared to other countries, and for that reason is easier dealt with. Every year as our population increases it will become more acute. We must not be content to let the question go on year after year, with just a faint protest when the factory inspector sends in his report. The sweating evil is of interest to every wage-earner, male or female. No one class of labor can be ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS TRANSVAAL. OUTLANDERS AND WORKMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

THIS TRANSVAAL. OUTLASTDERS ASTD WoEKMEN. It might be interesting to the [workers of South Australia to know the opinion of their brethren in the Transvaal with respect to the trouble with the Boers and who is at the bottom of the wholesale conspiracy to murder. Reynold's of August 13 says :— The Johannesburg Witness, the organ of the Transvaal International Independent Labor Party, gives an account of the boy cotting of a proposed workmen's meeting by the capitalistic ring who are anxious to grab the TransvaaL. The hall was granted to the burgher meeting on payment of £17 10s. The I.I.L.P. had, however, to pay £25. The 1.1. L. P. have further heard that this action is due to the Outlander Council, who had also worked up the miners to attend with wire ropes so as to break up the meeting in case it came off. A deposit of £500 was demanded and so the meeting could not be held. The following are the resolutions which it was proposed to move : —" That this meeting of workmen desires to ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

FOR RHEUMATISM, Rheumatic Gout, &c.—WOOD'S GOUT AND RHEU MATIC MIXTURE, 2s. & 3s. 6d. Posted to any address. Geo. Wood, Chemist, 218, Rundle St., Adelaide. Telephone, 855 [277

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THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the United Trades and Labor Council was held at the Trades Hall on Friday evening, September 15. The president being unavoidably absent, Mr. W. H. Cook (vice-president) occupied the chair. NEW DELEGATES. Notifications were received of the appoint ment of the following new delegates :— Messrs. W. S. Bickford, Australian Workers' Union; A. E. Lines, Tramways Employes' Association ; A. S. Ford, Tobacco Twisters' Union ; and W. Ball and Hon. H. Adams, M.L.C., Railway Service Associa tion. Mr. Ford was in attendance and was welcomed by the chairman. INTERCOLONIAL LABOR FEDERATION. The secretary of the Queensland Pro vincial Council, A.L.F. (Mr. A. Hinchcliffe), telegraphed on September 12—" Impossible to meet in October ; am writing you." The secretary explained that the telegram was in reply to a letter he had forwarded asking for definite information re the suggested post ponement of the inaugural meeting of the Intercolonial...

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LABOR REGULATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

LABOR REGULATION LEAGUE. Mr. W. S. Bickford lectured at the Flagstaff, Port Adelaide, on Sunday morning last on " Economic Principles." Mr. Gum presided over a fair attendance of workers. The lecturer said he was not there to set those who held to one school of political opinions against those who held different ones, but to confer with those who differed from him with a view to educating by free and open discussion both them and himself. He counselled toleration on the part of reformers who held divergent views, and a drawing together on the points of agreement rather than division on the points of difference. There was no denying that all over the civilized world things were very bad for the great mass of the people, and he could see no way out of the. difficulties except by the workers themselves beginning to study the great principles of economic truth. Mr. Bickford severely criticised the borrowing policies of the colonies, and said that if nothing was done to check the present...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. l£AST Torrens Branch, Q.L. P.—A meet ing of this committee was'held, on September 18, Mr. *L HoBking in the chair. There was a record attendance, and those present took a hearty interest in all matters brought before the meeting. One new member was admitted. Mr. Kirkpatrick gave a report of the business done at the last Party meeting. A letter was read from the secre tary of the Party intimating that a plebiscite would bejtaken to select persons to contest the federal elections, and that the committee was entitled to nominate not • more1 than fifteen gentlemen for that purpose. The committee then nominated the following :— Messrs. Kirkpatrick, Coneybeer, Batchelor, Griffin, McGregor, Hutchison, Guthrie, H. Buttery, Hoskmg, Timmann, Robinson, Price, MacGillivray, Archibald, and J. J. Clark. Mr. Buttery moved that the . com mittee recommend the councillors of the various corporations who are members of the Labor Party to bring all matters that are of importa...

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"COUNTRY VISITOR" AND MR. WOOD, M.P. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

" COUNTRY VISITOR" AND MR. WOOD, M.P. TO THE EDITOR. J Sir—The reply you gave to " Country Visitor" was not exactly as I gave it to you in reply to your query, but as the question and answer were merely verbal, and the accuracy of the latter has been challenged by Mr. Wood, I think it is only right in justice to that gentleman, The Herald, and myself to say that my reply was " that at one time Mr. R. Wood was a member of our Adelaide Branch, but for reasons best known to himself he left that branch and joined the Murray Bridge Branch, but seeing that he has paid nothing in contributions for three years he has ceased to be a member of that branch, and is therefore neither a member of the executive nor of the association." I am, Sir, &c., H. ADAMS, General secretary S. A. R. Mutual Association. Sir—In reply to Mr. R. Wood, I may say that I am not afraid of signing my name, but for reasons which even he would respect £ canoot do so. If Mr. Wood received an invitation from the E...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 23 September 1899

LABOR TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. We are extremely sorry to have to announce that there is trouble amongst the miners at the. Big Mioc in Broken Hill. Eyeiy one hoped that after the big strike friendly relations would be abso lutely restored, and both sides having had to suffer that each would have learnt a lesson, and neither would do anything that might tend to precipitate any further trouble. But "ease recants vows made in pain as violent and void," as Milton puts it, and now we are faced with another labor trouble, which we, however, hope will not be long continued. Exact details not being to hand we are unable to explain the origin of the strike, nor can we express an opinion as to which party is primarily responsible for it. The Barrier Miner expresses the opinion that if careful steps are taken at once the trouble will be speedily ended, but if, on the other hand, there is any imprudence something serious might happan. At present the issue hangs in the balance. On Tuesday night t...

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