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TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The ordinary meeting of the Board of Management of the Typographical Society was held at the office, Trades Hall, on Saturday evening, November 25. The presi dent (Mr. T. A. Moore) occupied the chair. The secretary reported on the arrange ments made for the dinner on December 2 in commemoration of the twenty-fifth anni versary of the formation of the society. The scrutineers for the ballot on a pro position and amendment recently submitted to the members reported that the amend ment had been carried, and the secretary stated that the necessary forms for use in terms of the amendment had been printed. The secretary reported having telegraphed to the secretary of the A.T. Union and to the president of the Melbourne Typo graphical Society on the death of Mr. John Hancock, M.L.A., late secretary of the Melbourne Society. The secretary of the A.T. Union wrote that Messrs. Ward and Atkinson, the South Australian Society's representatives on the council of the union,...

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THE DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

11 I— ■ u I. THE DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. The Kingston Administration has at last been overthrown, and there is jubilation accordingly in certain circles. Our readers have, of course, possessed themselves of all the infor mation as to the " why and wherefore" served up to them by the dailies, but the real cause of the Ministerial over throw has not yet been touched upon. The Government has not been thrown out on any question of administration or policy. There was no charge, as in the New South Wales incident, of political impurity; no charges what ever were levelled, but the instinctive fear of a possible dissolution on the part of some members who could not look forward to an interview with their constituents with equanimity was sufficient, quite apart from every other issue, to induce them to record their votes against the Government. We are bound to acquiesce as Democrats in the decision of a majority even of one, -and have no brief for the departing administration or its leader; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 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 entry. 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 80s. per week. Free Surgeon and Medicine. Funeral Donation.—Juv eniles, £5; Females £10; Males, £25 to £40; Wife or Husband, £710s to £12. Full information from the Local Secretaries or J. S. 0. ALLEN, District Secretary, Rechabite Offices, 218-269 Victoria Square W., Adelaide. THE SAVINGS BANE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Money to Lend A pfxnf on Mortgage at ^ i/ClIU 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. J.T. FITCH The Corner Rundle & Pulteney Sts. THE FOLLOWING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

CURLEW Brandy The only Bpandy Used in the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents—BUNDLE 4e GOW, Adelaide. 49-300 I CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adklaidh' Show, 1897. Sole Agents—RUNDLE &1GOW, Adelaide. 49-300

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

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. LEWS " LEWIS" CYCLE WORKS, FREEMAN STREET. m308 Australian JVTutual Provident Society. Important Notice. Ail Participating Policies Effected before 31st December next WILL SHARE: in the Bonus Distribution to be made as at that date. Bonuses vest when Policies attain a duration of Two (2) Years. Last Year's <1898) Cash Bonuses amounted to £479,742 Yielding Reversionary Bonuses of ... £880,000 F. T. BRIDGES, Resident Secretary. Office: 23, King William Street. Adelaide. Notices. Notice of Removal. The Women's Christian Temperance Union Bess to announce to its Friends and Sup porters that it has REMOVED to the Building in PIRIE STREET, lately known as the AUStF8.1 Glllta,_nea J OPPOSITE WESLEYAN CHORCH. PUBLIC DINING ROOM. Dinner. 12 to 2. Tea, 5 to 7- Refresh ments at any time. AFTERNOON TEA a ^Increased Bedroom Accommodation. 293...

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OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

OUR ROLL OF HONOR. II Mr. HENRY COOMBS. Mr. Henry Coombs was born in a little country village in the County of Somerset shire, England, in the year 1833. At that time the rising generation was not blessed with such a splendid educational system as now exists, and consequently his early training was not unaccompanied with difficulties. After getting what little schooling there was to be had, he, as soon as he was able, had to go to work in the gardens and fields. At the age of 16 he was apprenticed to the bootmaking trade, aud after serving his indentures he travelled about England, continually working at his trade, and eventually settling down in Portsmouth, where he remained untill 1863, when he proceeded to Liverpool and shipped for Australia in the sailing ship Morning Star. He procured work at his trade immediately on arrival in Adelaide, but about two years later the journeymen bootmakers, seeing so many on short time or out of work, banded themselves together to discuss the wh...

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A VARIETY DANCER INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

A VARIETY DANCER INTERVIEWED. No variety dancer in Australia is more popular than Mr. James Mooney, and the longer he remains with us the more we appreciate him. By hard work, considerable ability and a pleasant personality he has worked himself up to an enviable position in the theatrical world. " I do not know," said Mr. Mooney, " that I would have been here to speak to you now, had it not been for certain advice which I took whilst in Western Australia last. A company of ua were over there, and I was at that time a member of a trio of dancers, Mooney, Craw ford, and Stowe. Mb. James Mooney. (From a photo.) We were doing good busi ness, bat ty phoid was very prevalent in Perth when we arrived there, and several members of our company, fai ling victims to .it, became in* mates of private hospitals. Two of them died and the others had a narrow escape." "I hear, Mr. Mooney, that your career,too, was neany cut short," said the reporter. " Perfectly true," was the reply. " I was attack...

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THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: DECEMBER 2, 1899. Our Editorial Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: DECEMBER 2, 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 mora ? 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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This and That. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

This and That. ? [By " Ra."] I love to read the Clarion. There is no namby-pamby nonsense about it, and the clever writers hit straight out from the shoulder. "Mont Blong" in the issue of October 21 administers severe castigation to the Rev. Dr. Talmage, the most fashionable and probably the best paid divine in America. It appears that the rev. doctor, speaking to his wealthy congregation, ex pressed a desire to assist the working classes to better their lot, and, in order to do so, made a savage attack on socialism as the one crime the poor should avoid if they would escape misery in this world and damnation hereafter. Says he :—" Ah, my friends, socialism does not want its share ; it wants somebody else's share. It is so unfair, so impracticable, so cruel, so debauehed, so infidel, so at war with all the truths of God and the best interests of society, that this country ought to dispute every inch of its progress. Socialism that is at war with the marriage institution, at war with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Special Notices. c The Wonderful Wert helm SEWING MACHINES Knitting Machines, MANGLES. THE SWEET HAPSBURG Pianos & Organs. ELECTRA BICYCLES Fop Cosh op on Easy Terms. CATALOGUES and all Particulars at any of HUGO WERTHEIMTS DEPOTS. Head Qf*»e for South Ausnuuu: 107 ruhdle ST., adelaide, Next arcade. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. Lecturer—Mrs. Benham. Subject—" The Nature of Death." Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7.30 o'clock. c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Commissioner MadJey is pleased with the Wertheim Electra bicycles, which he has purchased for the members of the Police Force, and adds—The men who use them all speak favorably of them." Do you Buy "The Herald"?— If not, why not ?

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TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. West Torrens Committee, U.L.P.— A special meeting of the above committee was held on Tuesday evening, November 28, at the Hindmarsh Town Hall, to make arrangements for the municipal contest. Only two contests for councillorship this year, viz., the BromptonandBowden Wards, for which two Labor candidates, Messrs. E. Jones and F. J. Hourigan, were nominated* Untted Builders' Laborers' Society.— The half-yearly meeting of this society was held at the Trades Hall on Monday last. The vice-president(Bro. Leyworthy)occupied the chair. One new member was elected. Correspondence received from the Labor Party, and also reports of delegates to that body, Eight Hours Committee, Trades and Labor Council, and the picnic committee. The balance-sheet, together with the audi tors' report, was adopted as read. Salaries of the officers were passed, for payment. Two delegates were present from the Masons and Bricklayers' Society, and cordially welcomed. Election of officers f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

PORTER'S PILLS for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver, and all Stomach Complaints. Is. box. Sold by Wood, Chemist, 218 Rundle St. E. Telephone 855. [277 Notices. W. G. HOLT & SON.^ggXf Shop and Office Fitters. Furniture mad e to order in Walnut, Oak, Ash, or Cedar. Upholstering, French Polishing, and Repairs. 98 TELEPHONE 1028. 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 XMnfY-ts PER week pays interest K'lw AND principal. ADVANCES on Approved Freehold Securities. NO COMMISSION ASSISTANCE GIVEN TO BUILD IMPERIAL BUILDING SOCIETY, 244-95 Montefiore Chambers, Waymouth Stree5 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. EN...

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THE McPHERSON MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

the Mcpherson memorial. A neat iron railing now encloses the plot of ground in the West Terrace Cemetery where lie the mortal remains of the late John Abel McPherson, and within the enclosure an unpretentious marble tombstone is erected to his memory. The inscription on the stone reads as follows : — In Memory of john abel Mcpherson, First Parliamentary Leader of the South Australian Labor Party, Died December 13,1897, In his 38th year. One who never turned his back, but marched breast forward; Never doubted clouds would break ; Never dreamed, though right were worsted, wrong would triumph; Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better, Sleep to wake. The supplementary lines are taken from Browning's " Aselando." They were written in shorthand by Mr. McPherson on a corner of the first page of a parliamentary paper printed within two months of his death, and were noticed by his successor in the secre taryship of the Trades and Labor Council, who preserved the paper as a memento o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

PROPERTIES FOR SALE. /? 1 Ac—WorMngman's Block, near Croydon, One ^-1- Uc/ Acre Good Land; Improvements, fenced, partly planted, 3-roomed Cottage. Terms. A Gash, balance £150, no interest, Stepney, " 4-roomed Stone House, Passage, Bath, Shed. J?-q—Kensington, 3-roomed Cottage,j^ood repair. f^T^OVTuSXT—^Cottages, 3, 4, and 5 rooms; J- -L'vyi-N Small Deposit. Easy Terms. TCTTTDUTXTG 21 Freeman • OX JliJr XX-EilN O) Street. 308 T. GALLAGHER, CYCLE MANUFACTURER, 253 Rundle St., Adelaide. BLONDIN CYCLES Built to Order with Patent Handle-bar and Seat Pillar. Repairs a Speciality. 280 S. TRURAN (Late of Kunge and Truran), Family Dispensing Chemist. Toilet Requisites, Perfumery, Soaps, Patent Medi cines, Herbs, Trusses, Douches, Enemas, Syringes, Horse, Cattle, Poultry, and Dog Medicines, Truran's Corn Cure, Genuine Seidlifcz Powders, &e. PUREST DRUGS, LOWEST PRICES. Hanson Street Pharmacy, Adelaide. COUNTRY ORDERS ATTENDED TO 295

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

Passing Notes. The article by the Hon. W. P. Reeves in the Economic Journal on "Protective Tariffs in Australia and New Zealand" is interesting. Having called attention to the £act that of the seven colonies of Australasia all but one have Customs tariffs of a more or less deliberately pro tective character, and that in the excep tion, New South Wales, the oldest, most populous, and most important of the seven, freetrade is a thing of yesterday, and. is still opposed by a strong majority of her colonists, he goes on to ask why men who frankly admit that they would be free traders in England are in Australasia pro tectionists ? The answer to this question seems to be (1) that a variety of interests is beneficial and necessary, and cannot be obtained in a young country without State aid ; (2) that exchange of goods within a country is more profitable to that country —though not perhaps to the individual trader—than exchange across the sea with foreign manufacturers or producers. The n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

South Australian Railways CHEAP INTERCOLONIAL EXCURSION. SPEGIAL TRAIN Leaves Adelaide at 8.25 p.m. on Wednesday, December 20, for Melbourne and Sydney. Fares and Conditions as hitherto. JGHN B. McNEIL, General Traffic Manager. Railway Offices, Adelaide, November 24,1899. 26!*

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S.A. RAILWAYS SERVICE MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

S.A. RAILWAYS SERVICE MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. A council meeting of this association was held on November 20, at the Trades HalL The vice-president (Mr. J. Dunn) occupied the chair. Correspondence was received from Mr. W. Guilfoyle, general secretary of the newly-formed Railway Association in Western Australia, requesting to be fur nished with a copy of the rules of this association, and any other information that would assist in placing his on a firm basis. The general secretary reported that he had forwarded a copy of the rules, agenda paper of last annual meeting, and the last balance sheet. Council endorsed secretary's action, and requested him to convey its fraternal greetings to the newly-formed association. Port Adelaide Branch wrote, requesting to be informed if any reply had been received to the question asked in the Legislative Council by Mr. H. Adams respecting railway fines. The general secre tary reported that up to date the return had not been laid upon the table, but that ...

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A FARM HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

A FARM HAND. Mr. Walter Wyckoff has been making -another experiment in reality, and this time lie worked as a farm hand in Long Island. After reading the book we have come to the -conclusion that the life of a farm hand in America does not differ very much from the same sort of life with us, so we place before our readers Farmer Hill's view of the Labor question in countiy districts. It was a Sunday evening, and the farmer sat out side his house talking with Mr. Wyckoff. He complained that he could not get a "hand," although he was prepared to pay good wages. "You surprise me," said Mr. Wyckoff, " for one hears so much about the un -employed that any demand for labor which remains unsupplied seems to me an anomalous condition." "In the last one hundred and fifty years," said Farmer Hill, " there have been great -changes in the world in the way of pro ducing things. Now I think the farming business has lagged behind the rest. Not ~that there ain't been improvements. There's the steam...

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OUR CANADIAN LETTER. Toronto, Canada, October 4, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 2 December 1899

OUR CANADIAN LETTER. [From our Own Correspondent.] Toronto, Canada, October 4, 1899. It is mild and " muggy " now, but a few days ago we got a foretaste of winter that rarely comes so early as this, in Toronto ; to wit, two nights of sharp frost and some eold bracing days that made lined gloves and warm overcoats quite acceptable. When riding on my bicycle the other day, I got to wondering whether Adelaide bicyclists and horsemen keep to the left, as in England, or to the right, as in the United States. Here in Canada we keep to the right. And what material is chiefly used in paving the Adelaide streets? Ashphalt is the favorite pavement in Toronto, then brick, then macadam, round ^blocks sawn out of cedar trees and placed ends up, the vacant spaces being filled with gravel, was a much-used pavement a few years since, but is now falling into disfavor as being insani tary and not very lasting. Then, what is your rule about wheelmen and wheelwomen on the " devil-strip "—as we call it—...

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