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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

Speeial Notices. The Wonderful Wert helm SEWING MACHINES, Knitting Machines, MANGLES. Pianos & Organs. ELECTRA BICYCLES. Fop Cash op oil Easy Terms. CATALOGUES and all Particulars at any of HUGO WEETHSIM'S DEPOTS. Head Of*ue rir South Australia: 107 BUNDLE ST., ADELAIDE, Next ARCADE. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. | Lecturer—Mr. J. Newton-Wood. Subject — " Diet and Democracy : The Message of the Twentieth Century." Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7.30 o'clock. c

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MUNICIPAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

MUNICIPAL REFORM. Dr. Maloney, M.P., of Victoria, is one of the most liberal men in politics that Australia possesses. He is very straight and absolutely fearless. As our Mel bourne correspondent mentioned in a recent letter, the Doctor is now a candidate for municipal honors, and his municipal platform is as follows :— The election of mayors, aldermen, and commissioners for the Metropolitan Board of Works by the ratepayers. All municipal work being done direct by the council. Abolition of the contractor, where possible. A minimum wage, and an eight-hour day for all council employes. Direct control of all city markets, that their profits may accrue to the rate payers. The erection, supervision, and entire management by the council of baths of the best description within the wards of the city. Effective sanitary improvements, on the lines laid down with signal success by the London County Council. Periodical publication to the rate payers of balance-sheets concerning all municipal re...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUMANITARIAN POETS. No. 4.—JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

HUMANITARIAN POETS. No. 4.—JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER. [By "Curlew."] John Greenleaf Whittier, one of America's bards of freedom, is well worthy of a place among the poets of humani tarianism, as with no uncertain sound he sang the " Songs of Freedom," and in scathing language denounced the abomin able slave trade of his country. Born of Quaker parents on December 17, 1807, at Haverhill, Massachusetts, his early sur roundings were what we at the present would be inclined to term narrow and rigid, but the influences of that home helped to create within him a love for humanity. In his poem " Snow Bound" he gives a very graphic and homely picture of the occupants of that home. Concerning his father, he says " A prompt decisive man, no breath our father wasted," and in giving a description of the •events that took place when "shut in from the world without" by snow he speaks of his father relating his experiences " in trapper's hut and Indian camp," and of how his mother Told how the India...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

HOOPER'S FURNITURE, 49 Hindley Street. GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF "THE HERALD." special " tieraia" iriees. NOTICE .—Unless this paper is men tioned when, ordering we cannot guarantee to supply at rates hereunder, all Prices having been prepared specially for identifi cation of orders with The Herald. OUR MOTTO— *' He is well served who is well satisfied," Two Room Furnishings — for d69 15s. — BEDROOM.—Bedstead, full size, with head and foot rail, green or black and gold, neat and strong Wire Mattress Flock Bed, well fitted with soft flock only, good ticking Flock Bolster, well filled with soft fiock only, good ticking 2 Hock Pillows Washstand, imitation Cedar (or Light Pine if preferred), with turned legs Dressing Table (in same colors} Looking Glass—Plate and Mahogany ISedroom—continued. Toilet Set, nice pattern, good size, 5 pieces KITCHEN — Turned Leg Table, strong, size 4 ft. x 2 ft. 3 in., top of inch timber, frame of cedar color 4 Best American Chairs Meat Safe, well made...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

sot MILD-DARK* PLUG TOBACCO PORTER'S PILLS for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver, and all Stomach Complaints. Is. box. Sold by Wood, Chemist, 21S Rundle St. S. Telephone 855. [277

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

W. G. HOLT & SON 966 adSSjde^' ' Shop and Office Fitters. Furniture made to order in Walnut, Oak, Ash, or Cedar. Upholstering, French Polishing, and Repairs. 98 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. NOTE ADDRESS— AUSTRAL FURNISHING COMPANY Opposite Arcade, Rundle Street. 258 83 BE WISE. Collect CO-OPERATIVE Coupons. Trade where you see the sign Go-Operative Coupons Given. 251-63 Try BLOSSOM Tea. Absolutely Pure. In 1, 5, and lO lb. Air - tight Tins; also in 20 lb. Quarter Chests and SS 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. •O-lfMV-i5s PEB WEEK PATS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

pORNITDRE! fURNITURE! ■ ■ A \M AlAf I Will this day open his New llfl II V ^ 111 I I L I Furnishing Warehouse at 63 llflMA O ¥ V I I I HlNDLEY STREET (premises ■■■■ mm m m m ■ ■ ■ lately occupied by the Victorian Furnishing. Company), where all Goods are Marked at the Very Lowest Cash Priees. VISIT OUR MAGNIFICENT SHOWROOMS, and it will at once convince you that we are becoming the LARGEST FURNISHERS IN ADELAIDE. If you take time to Price our Goods you WILL SAVE MONEY. It is not what we say, but what we Will Show you. Our Goods are Sound, Reliable, Well Seasoned, and Well Finished. CALL AND SEE, and you will be pleased. WE INVITE CUSTOMERS TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. As you take no risk when, you buy our Goods WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Country Orders punctually attended to, and packed Free of Charge to railway station by experienced workmen. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED venienee toy paying an additional 2s. in the £ over Cash Prices. MAX SWIFT, Complete House and Hotel Furnisher, Hindley St, Pi...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN. [From the Clarion.'] Bradford has sunk during recent years over £100,000 in reducing the number of licensed houses, but the other week the town council objected to allowing another inn which had cost them £10,000 to lapse. The corporation has decided to increase the value of the building by converting it into a hotel, and a manager, who will be independent of profits, will be responsible for its management. The corporation has the gas monopoly in its own hands, and although supplying gas at the low rate of 2s. 9d. (with a liberal discount), the gas department has been able to light the streets for nothing, and yet show a profit of £11,000 on last year's working. Had they charged for street lighting at the ordinary rate, the profit on the year's working would have been £22,000. West Ham Corporation has been con sidering the old-age pensions problem. The outcome has been the drafting of a petition to parliament suggesting an amended graduation of the...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

Buy "The Herald," Id. only. Notices; IS THE NAME CYCLE BUYERS LIKE TO SEE ON THEIR CY CLES. It is a Guarantee of Reliable, Honest Workmanship. Regular Shipments of J AMES' and SWIFTS. " LEWIS" CYCLE WORKS, FREEMAN STREET. m308 FREEMASONS' HOTEL, PIRIE STREET. WILLIAM HAYMAN, Proprietor. First-class Accommodation for Visitors from the Country. Terms Liberal. Best Brands of Beers and Spirits. All Beer drawn through glass pipes. [247-98 J. R. ANDREW, The old-established BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, No. 35, Central Market. (late of sturt street.) The Best and Cheapest Place for Boots and Shoes of all Descriptions. Coupons Given. Country Orders Promptly attended to. [299 Workers, remember the leading PROFIT-SHARING TRADERS ARE Hy. Cronin And Co., Who Conduct a GREAT CO-OPERATIVE COUPON BUSINESS at 76, 78, 80, and 80a, HALIFAX STREET. Direct Importers, Drapers, Tailors, and Boot Warehousemen. Cash Purchasing- Fittingly Recognised. Free Coupons with every order, costing you nothing, yet are valuab...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 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, October 27, the president (Mr. Thompson Green) occu pying the chair. NEW DELEGATES. The appointment of Mr. G. Duenke as a delegate from the Sawmills and Timber yards Employes' Union was notified and being in attendnnce the new delegate was welcomed by the chairman. ORGANISING COMMITTEE VISITS. The secretary of tbe Bookbinders and Paper Rulers' Society (Mr. T. E. Nelson) wrote that Monday, November 6, was the date of their next meeting, when members of the Organising Committee were cordially invited to pay the society a visit. INTERCOLONIAL LABOR FEDERATION. Mr. W. J. Strike reported that tbe Hon. G. McGregor, M.L C., and himself visited the Journeymen Bakers' Society on the 21st and spoke on the Intercolonial Labor Federa tion scheme, and they were well received. The report was received. GENERAL BUSINESS. Several matters of importance were r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

House of Assembly. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 The .Commissioner of Crown Lands, to Mr. POYNTON, said he was making enquiries with a view to assisting the miners at Wilgena with a water supply. Mr. POYNTON asked the Commissioner of Crown Lands whether the newspaper report of the recent Waterloo meeting was correct in stating that a resolution was carried in opposition to the members who attended ? The Commissioner of Crown Lands could nob remember exactly now what was in the press. (Mr. Copley—" Do you remember what happened at the meeting?") Yes. There was a motion moved that the visit of the members was not appreciated. There were about 200 people present-, and 14 voted for the motion. Mr. ROBERTS called attention to the report of another accident at the Bundaleer Waterworks, and said from that report it appeared that, notwithstanding the altered cliinatic conditions, no additional precautions bad been taken to assure the safety of the men. Would he cause an enquiry to be instituted into...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 November 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. Legislative Council. THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 26. Mr. GUTHRIE asked:—" Has any rule, instruction, er regulation been issued to public school teachers as to giving concerts with the aid of children attending schools under the control of the Minister of Educa tion ? .2. If so, will the Chief Secretary lay a copy of such rule, instruction, or regula tion on the table of this Council? The Chief Secretary (Hon. J. "V. O'Loghlin) replied—L Regulation 103 deals generally with the matter, and is as follows:— " Entertainments ia connection with schools at which a charge is made for admission are only allowed to be given in conformity with such instructions as may be issued from the Minister from time to time." 2. The following instructions relating to individual schools are printed on the education calendar. No special instructions have ever been issued having reference to a combina tion of schools, such as the Public Schools Decoration Society. School concerts (vide re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Holiday. " The Noble Eight!" Sweating on the railways. Municipal Labor candidates. Building trades picnic to-day. Municipal pawnshops wanted. Herald Office closed on Monday. Port workers will have a day out on Monday. Things want shaking up a bit at the Port Station. Plenty of overtime at the Port Station but 110 pay ! Rose water U.L.P. has an enthusiastic ladies' committee. Goods clerical staff at the Port has any thing but a good time of it. Over a million of workers in Great Britain got an increase in wages during 1S9S. Port U.L.P. will ruralize at Hamstead Vale on Monday. Hot water free ! A Conservative friend forwards three years' subscription in one lump! Next, please. Mr. Jas. McKenzie will occupy the plat form at the Democratic Club on Sunday night. " When democracy was fully realized it would make men kings upon earth."—Rev. Hopcraft. Mr. E. Graham will contest the Parkside Ward, Unley Corporation, in the Liberal interests. Mr. F. G. Downs, at the request of...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRIEVANCES AT PORT ADELAIDE RAILWAY STATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

GRIEVANCES AT PORT ADELAIDE RAILWAY STATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Permit me through the columns of your valuable paper to draw attention to the scandalous hours worked by the Goods clerical staff at this station. For some considerable time past I have had occasion to pass the door of the office where these men are employed, and it is now getting a common thing to see these men at work five nights out of the week till 10 p.m., and sometimes every night of the week, and on a good many occa sions I have seen them there till 11 p.m. These men are repeatedly seen at work in the office on Sundays also, very often spending nearly the whole day bending over the pen, and on Sunday, November 5 (this month), I saw some six or seven of these clerks at work from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. These men do not receive one farthing for their overtime ; neither do they receive any time off duty to com pensate them for those long hours. Now Mr. Editor, it is disgraceful to treat men in the manner the Railways Commi...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERVIEW WITH MR. MAX HIRSCH. MELBOURNE, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

INTERVIEW WITH MR. MAX HIRSCH. (By our Special Commissioner.) Melbourne, November 8. I called at the office of Mr. Max Hirsch one day this week, and asked him to kindly tell me what is being done by the "Victorian Unemployed Board, of which he is hon. secretary. He said :— " The board has only partially decided upon the remedies for unemployment which it will recommend. We have, however, come to the conclusion that relief can only come from the land, and that this relief may be sought in two direc tions. One is to improve ths profitable ness of agriculture generally, the other is to settle unemployed persons on the land. With a view to the first, we have been guided by the experience of those ^European Governments which have been most successful in fostering agriculture, and have recommended certain steps by which the State may educate the farmers in, and assist them towards, methods of co-operation at present neglected. We also recommend a system of practical as well as theoretical...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING A Very EXTENSIVE STOCK of NEW SUMMER GOODS. IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURERS. SPECIAL. ATTENTION is drawn to our Great Display of DRESS MATERIALS in Light Woollen Fabrics, Silk Foulards, French Cambrics and Muslins, and Blouse Silks. French and English MILLINERY". Beautiful Designs in PARASOLS, LACES, and NECK BOWS. Extra Value in CALICOS, SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, FLANNELETTES. &e. MENS', BOYS', and YOUTHS' CLOTHING, TROUSERINGS, SUITINGS, &c. TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. GENTS' and LADIES' BOOTS and SHOES. Prompt Attention to Country Orders. 22, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE.

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JOE CHAMBERLAIN, HIS FAMILY, AND THE TRANSVAAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

JOE CHAMBERLAIN, HIS FAMILY, AND THE TRANSVAAL QUES TION. On. the "business" aspect of the Chamberlain family in the Transvaal question, a London correspondent of the Stratsbiirger-Zeibimg writes as follows :— ** Researches made by the Transvaal party in London have elicited that not only the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Cham berlain) himself, but also numerous members of his family, as also kindred families, are very strongly engaged in the most prominent industrial under takings in the Transvaal. Very par ticularly is this the case in regard to the Kynoch Dynamite Factory, the managing director of which is Mr. Arthur Chamber lain, the Minister's brother. In August, 1897, the last-named gentleman was possessed of 2,229 shares in this factory to the nominal value of £22,290, whilst the Minister Chamberlain himself had 2,502 shares. Certainly he had taken the precaution not to have his name inscribed as a shareholder, but to be booked as an unnamed shareholder repre sented by the Bank of ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

House of Assembly. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. The second reading of the Land Yalues Assessment Bill was carried by a majority of nine, and Messrs. HOURIGAN, PRICE, and CONEYBEER took part in the dis cussion of its clauses in committee. Mr. ARCHIBALD supported the second reading of the Workmen's Compensation Bill. Not having concluded his speech, he obtained permission to resume the thread of his arguments on November 7. TUESDAY, NOVEMBR 7. Mr. HUTCHISON called attention to Parliamentary Paper No. 80, which was a petition against the Household Suffrage Bill. He asked if the Attorney-General could inform the House whether that was the petition which contained voters' signatures in the same handwriting, and if so would he take steps to prevent parliament being insulted in that fashion? The Attorney General said that many petitions contained some signatures in the same handwriting. If the hon. member would put the question down for the next day he would get further information. Mr. ROBERTS c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

Nest sN^g For not buying the Wifeisome of Myers & Co.'s Cork Linoleum op Oiielotli, 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 entireiy. 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., 3T IMPORTERS OF OILCLOTHS LINOLEUM 7...

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A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 November 1899

A NARROW ESCAPE. The Government was very nearly defeated last week, but not quite. Mr. Solomon was never nearer to the realization of his hopes than he was on the occasion re ferred to, and in all probability never will be again. The opportunity was not sought, it was thrust upon him. He had a motion on the notice-paper which would, if carried, involve an amendment of the Constitution Act and render it impossible for a member of the South Australian Parliament being elected a member of the federal parliament. To this proposition he knew a majority of the House would assent, as indeed they have since done. But in his haste to push on his motion he attempted to take the business out of the hands of the Government by moving that consideration should be given it on a day devoted to Government business, and the Premier promptly announced that the question would be taken as one of no confidence. The opponents of the Go vernment were jubilant. Here was an unlooked-for opportunity, and it m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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