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OUR CANADIAN LETTER. Toronto, Canada, September 25, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 November 1899

OUR CANADIAN LETTER. [From our Own Correspondent.] Toronto, Canada, September 25, 1899. My topic this week is the meeting of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, which opened at Montreal on Tuesday, the 19th, and concluded on Saturday, the 23rd. First, a few words about the old city itself. Montreal is bigger than Toronto, and is over three hundred miles east of us. It is on the mighty river St. Lawrence, at the point where another great river, the Ottawa, makes a junction with the larger stream not far below the Lachine Rapids. Montreal is the head of ocean navigation, although before reaching the open Atlantic you have to pass many miles down the majestic and widening river, past the old city of Quebec, into the great Gulf of St. Lawrence, and through the straits north of Newfoundland, the name of which brings thoughts of ocean "banks," with their fogs, icebergs, and cod fish. However, let us get back to Montreal, or Hochelaga, to take the old Indian name, or Mount Royal, the ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Kensington and Norwood Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 November 1899

Kensington and Norwood Corporation. Mr. G. DANKEL, elected for Kensington Ward. Mr. W. STOREY, elected for East Norwood Ward.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BROKEN SHOULDER BLADE. A JOCKEY BADLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 November 1899

A BROKEN SHOULDER BLADE. A Jockey Badly Injured. The numerous friends of Mr. T. H. Lauipard, the well-known intercolonial jockey, who resides at 15 Fisher Street, Adelaide, will be sorry to hear of his dis comforture by reason of an accident whilst racing. It appears that whilst at Nairne races he was riding his own horse, ■" Saunterer," which stumbled and fell. The animal rolled on top of him, broke his shoulder blade, fractured several ribs, and he was severely bruised all over. Shortly after this, he began to feel a strange numb ness in his limbs. This increased as time went on until one part of his body went ■quite dead with paralysis. He had no feeling whatever in this portion of his body, —at times a needle would be stuck in, but Mr. Lampard would not know of it. Doctor after doctor was consulted, until the patient had tried seven practitioners in all. Some of them relieved him for a time, whilst otheis, he said, did not appear to benefit him. Then he tried an electric belt, b...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROVISION FOR TOMMY ATKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 November 1899

PROVISION FOR TOMMY ATKINS. Readers of The Herald will remember that when it had been definitely decided to send a S.A. contingent to the Transvaal, we urged that ample provision should be made for any of our soldiers who were wounded, and that in the event of their death those dependent upon them should be provided for. On this subject a writer in To-Day says : — Army regulations make liberal provision for the families of officers who are killed in action, or die as the result of their wounds. The ordinary rates of pension are doubled, the conditions uf granting them are relaxed and an additional gratuity is given to meet immediate necessities. For the widows and children of soldiers, on the contrary, the War Office make no provisions whatever. Applicants are referred to the patriotic fund, subscribed by private charity years ago and since administered with a sparing, if not niggardly hand. It is discreditable to the country, to leave the families of men who have died for England t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 November 1899

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NOTES. [Br "The Wanderer."] Laborists have been much exercised in their minds of late re free residence areas on gold mine leases between Kalgoorlie and the Boulder. Some of these were surveyed some time since, but were too far away from the mines, two or three miles separat ing them. At the same time a number of leases adjacent to the working mines have long been practically abandoned. The Government were asked to survey these and throw them open for selection, but right here a hitch occurred. Should the title be freehold or perpetual lease ? That was the question. The mayor of the Boulder opined that they should be freehold ; all the Labor organisations were unanimous in asking that they should be held on the perpetual lease system. Mr. Johnson, a head sur veyor, was sent up to see how the two systems worked, and when furnishing his report to. his department embodied the suggestions of the delegates of the unions who waited on him. An exposition of unusual inter...

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UNLEY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

UNLEY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [By "The Prophett."] • The interest in municipal life is of a varied, kind. Some ratepapers' ideal is the imme diate precincts of their property to be looked after, even if all others are neglected, and until such is attended to—well, their interest in the a.nmial selection is great. • Others are wits, and the public meeting is their stage, whereon they play their little part. There is another class equally as despicable as either of the preceding, who come because it gives them a chance to shake hands and hob nob, and some times even to be transported to the seventh heaven of social deliehts by an invitation to the- mayor's parlor. The toadyism towards social lions and the abject bootlicking going on is only on a par with the social unbending of the great man " whose large business experience" is given in gratis, but whose municipal principles and platform are such that a school boy of twelve could give in the usual stock essay. The fourth class—and to al...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. "GERMS AND THE DISEASE PROCESS." DR. RAMSAY SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

ADELAIDE DEMOCRATIC CLUB. "GERMS AND THE DISEASE PROCESS." Dr. Ramsay Smith. The Democratic Club was packed on Sunday evening with an intelligent audience eager to listen to our new coroner, but old friend, Dr. Ramsay Smith. So great was the interest aroused by the announcement of the lecture that the room was full long before the usual time of commencing, and the officials of the club had most reluctantly to close the doors, thus keeping out quite a crowd of friends, some of whom had travelled miles to be present. Mr. Adam son was present with his magnificent lime light lantern, with which he skilfully cast sharp and clearly defined pictures on the screen illustrative of the subject matter of the lecture. The slides, numbering about fifty in all, had been specially prepared and had never been in a lantern previously. Dr. McDonald, of the Adelaide Hospital, an ardent student of the science of bacteriology, was also present, and had in his charge a number of test tubes containing a w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

BROOKE'S MONKEY BRAND SOAP For Cleaning and Scouring all Kinds of Household Utensils. - fvl ara 'A, bl % : U"; ( <c¥ * fl^ WON'T WASH CLOTHES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Adelaide Racing Club, LIMITED. VICTORIA PARK. Saturday, Dec. 2 (Anniversary Meeting). First Race to Start at 1.30. WELTER HANDICAP. MALVERN HURDLE RACE. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. KNIGHTSBRIDGE % STEEPLECHASE. TURRETFIELD STAKES. BURNSIDE HANDICAP. £1 Totalizator 5s. Admission—Grand Stand, 10a.; Children1 under 12, 2s. 6d.; Saddling Enclosure, 2s. 6d. extra ; Derby Stand, 2s. 6d. 269 S. R. HESELTINE, Secretary.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

NEWS A 1ST© NOTES; Races. Canadian letter. Political earthquake. Blue Caves of Capri. Adelaide Racing Club. "The Nature of Death." Solomon the new Premier. Exit Kingston, enter Solomon ! Races on the Old Course to-day. Record Ministry's record recorded. Blacker wishes he had never been born. Hoorah1 Scientific housekeeping is now being taught in Canada. Mrs. Benhain at the Democratic Club on Sunday night. Take the kiddies to see the Blue Caves at John Martin & Co.'s. Have you had a look at Wendt's real slap-up stock of Christmas gifts ? Important business at the Sturt District Committee meeting on Thursday next. The McPherson memorial is now finished. An appropriate inscription. The well-to-do classes seem to grudge any increase in the pay of the workers. Why were not the names of the sweaters given in the Factory Inspectors report 1 Democratic Club Lecture Hall too fmifl.ll for Ramsay Smith's lecture on germs. 44 If a new creed is really necessary public health would be the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Fob not buying the Wifefsome of Myers & Go.'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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WHO IS TO PAY FOR THE WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

WHO IS TO PAY FOB THE WAR ? In the British House of Commons on October 23 the Chancellor of the Ex chequer proposed to appropriate the net surplus of the year, which he estimated at £3,000,000, to defray part of the expenditure in South Africa. He also proposed, in order to provide for the "balance of £7,000,000 of the £10,000,000 already sanctioned, a temporary addition to the floating debt, and so he asked for power to raise a sum not exceeding £8,000,000 by the issue of Treasury Bills. .He did not propose to have recourse to the income tax, and held over for the present the question as to how the sum proposed to be borrowed should be re paid. Whereupon Mr. Dillon, in the -course of a splendid speech, asked— "Who was to bear the burden of the war V' which he characterised as ■"hideous, cruel, and unjust." *' What was the class who had clamored for and engineered this war 1 Mainly the income tax payers—the wealthy ijncome tax payers, and they should be made to feel at the earliest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

J M. WENDT, I 76 Rundle Street, and 24, 26, and 28 Arcade. | A Very Large and Complete § . | Stock of Articles suitable for § § Christmas Presents, § | personally selected by Mr. J. J I'M. WENDT in London and | | Paris, at the Very LOWEST | | PRICES, at | 1WEND T'S.I | The Cheapest House tt Colony J mummummmmmumummmmm The Angels' Tea THREE VARIETIES, FINE, .LARGE, AND MIXED LEAF. Is. Ib., WITH SffdiR ffififi. Send your address tor J^ee List. TarT=lna"r^Tra*»=g-iqgOTC BROS., 286 and 288 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. Printed and Published for the Co-Operative Printing and Publishing Company of South Australia, limited, by T. T. Ofee, at the Company* Offices and Printing Works,^ Bray Street, off Flinders Street (near General Post Office), Adelaide.

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LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

LABOR MEMBERS IN PARLIAMENT. Legislative Council. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. Mr. ADAMS presented a petition in favor of the Early Closing Bill, signed by 1,000 shop assistants, 987 in the metropolitan dis trict and 13 in the Clare district. Received and read, and ordered to be printed. The Chief Secretary, in reply to Mr. ADAMS, said that the return ordered by the Council on September 6, relating to the South Australian Railways Commissioner account fines, had been laid upon the table of the Council that day. The Crown Lands Bill was further con sidered in Committee and particular interest centred upuu clause 153, affecting Village Settlements. Mr. Warren, whose love(?) for these institutions is well known, sought to have it struck out, and during the discussion Messrs. McGREGOR, and GUTHRIE were particularly severe on Mr Charleston, who, as the former stated, *' when we came into the Chamber did not know what the division was about, and merely looked for Mr. Warren and rushed over to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 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 &c 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, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Boots and Shoes. Ever Overflowing with BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS, THE gITY BOOT PALACE OF The John Hunter Go. 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.Ud., 4s. lid., 5s.6cL, 6s. lid. Something1 good for Mothers also their dear Daughters. Glace Kid Laee Boots 10s. 6d. 10/6 OUR FAMOUS Half-Guinea BALMORALS svA need no Comment, 3flgBa}X*as now they are NOTED throughout South Australia for their wearing *" ** qualities. A kite Addition to our Winter Stoek 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. 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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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

House of Assembly. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. Something approaching a South Australian record was approached in respect of the catechism of Ministers. The Commissioner of Grown Lands was the first victim, having to reply to repeated questions put to him by various members, including Messrs. POYNTON and ROBERTS. Mr. PRICE made a personal explanation with respect to a statement he had made to the effect that ex-Railway Commissioner Mr. J. H. Smith was the ruling spirit in the agreement made between Mr. Pendleton, the present Com missioner, and the sulphide corporation. Mr. PRICE quoted from the report of the Wharfs Commission, which report had been adopted by the Legislative Council. He was stated to have made an untruthful state ment by a public officer, and he wished to contradict the statement in the public press on the authority of the finding of the Royal Commission. Mr. ROBERTS asked how long the fac tories report had been in the possession of the Government before it was laid on th...

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SCIENTIFIC HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

SCIENTIFIC HOUSEKEEPING. Profession ax training in household economy bids fair to become before long a factor of educational and social progress. A College of Domestic Science is to be opened shortly in Toronto, the course of which will be of a practical and compre hensive character. It has been deter mined to secure there a large building in some central and desirable location where practical as well as theoretical instruction will be imparted by a competent staff of experienced professors and teachers in the principles of hygiene, sanitation, economics, chemistry, &c., so far as they have a bearing on domestic science, as well as in all branches of housework, including the duties of the housekeeper, cook, housemaid, chambermaid, laundry woman, &c. This will necessarily involve all the appliances, equipments, and con veniences pertaining to a large and systematically ordered household, in addition to the apparatus required for the fitting up of lecture-rooms for sci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Wine Show, 1899 HARDY'S WINES. 15 Prizes. Sold Everywhere. 235-86 NOW OPEN—IN THE MAGIC CAVE OUR GRAND CHRISTMAS ATTRACTION— The BLUE CAVES OF CAPRI A CHARMING REPRESENTATION of WEIRD NATURE. " The illusion is startling in its beauty and completeness/'—Register. " So vivid as to make it difficult to imagine that it is the work of human hands. —Advertiser. JOHN MARTIN & COMPANY, Ltd., RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. GAWLER LIME COMPANY. W. 6. KENDALL, Manager. LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK! Contractors to S.A. Government. 82, 84, 86 Waymouth Street. Horses, Traps, and Harness always on Sale. WHEELBARROW FACTORY on Premises. BEST LIME in Market; Builders save 25 per cent. WHEN you RIDE FIRST-CLASS ON the Railway you take a first-class carriage. When you ride first-class on a Bicycle you select A MASSEY-HARRIS. I Factories—Toronto, Canada. S. Australian Headquarters—Adelaide] j Branches—Melbourne, Sydney, Dunedln, Brisbane, Adelaide, I Agencies almost everywhere. Art Catalogue posted free on app...

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LABOR MEMBERS AS MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

LABOR MEMBERS AS MINISTERS. One of the most difficult problems that the Labor Parties of the various colonies have yet to solve is that of Labor representation on the Govern ment benches. We took an oppor tunity recently to direct the atten tion of our readers to this impor tant matter, and pointed out at the time the extreme difficulty of arriving at any satisfactory conclusion. On the one hand, Labor members, ever diligent as well as vigilant, supply a policy, a part, or the whole, of which is annexed by a Government which, with the assistance of the initiators, is successfully piloted through the legislature. On the other hand, we are confronted with the absurdity of a party initiating a policy, and then having to leave it in the hands of an administration in which the Party itself is not represented. Labor Parties outside the legislature, rightly or wrongly, have always looked with suspicion upon any suggestion as to giving a parliamentary Labor repre sentative a seat on the Tre...

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