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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

"Lewis" Gift Bicycle. A BICYCLEFOR NOTHING. Adelaidetftar^lotMngf?le}THIS IS YOUR CHANCE MR V ipwiq bicycle manufactures, ivi 11b ¥■ LtvVIOj FREEMAN STREET, Has made arrangements to Give a "Lewis" Bicycle (Lady's or Gentleman's), the pick of his shop or made to order, To the SELLER of the LARGEST NUMBER of THE HERALD .between November 5, 1898, and May 1, 1899 (inclusive). FOUR VALUABLE WATCHES FOR NOTHING. In addition to the above SPLENDID GIFT, the Committee of Management have decided to Present FOUP OtlieP Valuable gifts to the Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Competitors, viz., FOUR OF STEVENSON BROS.' GUARANTEED WATCHES of the Value of £3 3s., £1 Is., £1 Is., and £1 Is. Chateau Tanunda Brandy quality UNSURPASSED. Agents: W. P. Auld & Son, Gilbert Place. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. Note.—There will be no lecture on the 1st and 8th. Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7.30 o'clock. c Now Listen! We...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONDON WORK WOMEN'S EARNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

LONDON WORKWOMEN'S EARNINGS. A conference of delegates from various women's trade and other societies was held in the Spenser Hall, Lisson Grove, London, N.W., on November 19, to discuss a number of feminine grievances. Mrs. W. A. Bar nard, of the Upholsteresses' League, presided, and there was a fairly numerous attendance, not only of delegates, but of ladies and gentlemen engaged in mission work in the metropolis. The chairwoman said thai it was desirable that those who best knew the wants of working women should first address the meeting, and called upon Miss Alice Bell, who described herself as a sewing machinist, and asserted that from her own experience, and that of others, she could reasonably affirm and logically prove that no class of working women were so misused and under paid as sewing machinists. They were merely slaves under another name. She desired the public and the press to take notice of the fact that in London, the very capital of civilized Eaglaud, women and gir...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

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THE ANXIETY OF MRS. JORDAN. A TALE WITH A MORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

THE ANXIETY OF MRS. JORDAN. A Tale with a Moral. There are all kinds of anxieties nowadays, and some of them, unfortunately, not at all laudable ; but the anxiety of Mrs. Jordan is not of this class. It is a totally disin terested anxiety, and for this reason deserves the highest praise. But as the shell must be cracked to obtain the coveted nut, so Mrs. Jordan's words must be read to understand her anxiety. Mrs. Jordan resides at 22 Eden Street, off Angas Street, Adelaide (S.A.), and her tale was first told to a reporter from that popular journal, Quiz and the Lantern. To him she said (and her words are of sterling worth):— "For three years I was a great sufferer from indigestion and sluggishness of the liver, and was often for days laid up in bed with hot poultices wrapped around me to try and get relief from pain. I lost my appe tite, and was always feeling depressed and low spirited. About six weeks ago I was recommended to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I did so, and they gave m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Your reply to Mr. Hooper, and through him to me, is not likely to promote feelings of friendship between the Party you represent and those who cannot under stand some actions of some members of the Labor Party. As one who sympathises most deeply with the laboring classes in the injustice which they suffer from our present social system, and one who would secure to them their just reward, I am willing to work with the Labor or any other party with that end in view; but when I see the Party's cause betrayed by some of its leaders, I feel that it is in the interests of the workers that the leaders of the Party should be opposed. Your refusal to offer any explanation of the action taken re the Mayoral election com peils me to believe that the action will not bear the light of truth. What harm could the publication of my letter do to the cause of the L.P. if the action is above reproach ? Why need you be afraid of any criticism, " carping," or otherw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

HOOPER'S FURNITURE, 49 Hindley Street GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF "WEEKLY HERALD." Special " Herald" Prices. 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 £9 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 flock only, good ticking 2 Slock Pillows Washstand, imitation Cedar (or Light Pine if preferred), with turned legs Dressing Table (in same colors) Looking Glass—Plate and Mahogany Bedroom—continued. Toilet Set, nice pattern, good size, 5 pieces KITCHEN — Turned Leg Table, strong, size 4ft. x 2ft. Bin., top of inch timber, frame of cedar color 4 Best American Chairs Meat Safe, well made Sofa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIALISM SQUASHED BY A SMARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

SOCIALISM SQUASHEDBY A S MARTY. " Want to Know " is much perturbed in mind by the following paragraph in the Leeds Mercury:— " Professor Smart, who occupies the chair of political economy in the University of Glasgow, has made an ingenious calculation, which may interest persons of socialistic views. He estimates that if wealth were equally divided, each person in the United Kingdom would receive 14s. 6d. per week, or £37 10s. a year. This amount is not so large as many well-meaning, but ill informed, people expect to receive when England becomes a State in which every one counts for one, and for no more than one. If Professor Smart's calculation is sound, the working men in the great manufactming and mining districts of Yorkshire would fare badly by an equal distribution of wealth, for, as a result of that process, each man would become poorer instead of richer than he is at present. Fourteen shillings and sixpence a week would be a poor exchange even for the bare living wage now e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"HAVE MERCY—WE ARE STARVING." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

"HAVE MERCY—WE ARE STARVING." ' At the Westminster Police Court, Eng land, Kate Sowden, 42, widow of a profes sional man, living with her family in one room at King's Cross, was charged with stealing a number of articles from the Army and Navv Stores, Victoria Street. Prisoner appeared to be very ill and buried her face in her hands and sobbed during the inquiry. The articles stolen, which were dropped into a satchel that prisoner carried under her cloak, included Christmas cards, a needlecase, and a musical box. Mr. All church, the chief inquiry officer of the stores, taxed the prisoner with the thefts, and bursting into tears she said, " I know I have done wrong. For (iod's sake have mercy on me We are starving." Detective-sergeant Beard said that the prisoner was evidently miserably poor. She had seen better days. Mr. Safford (chief clerk): She looks ill and half-starved. Let her have some food. Mr. Allchurch said that the society did not want to press the case, but, having regar...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

"GUARD" cv^I|s,and manufactured by Gard Bros.. °"$S,£-16 29, GOUGES STREET. Bicycles on Hire. All Accessories. 241 THE TTT CJ SHEEP .U.O. SHEAR holds t?ae World's Record for Quality. Made toy Co-Opera tive Trades Unionists. 188-239 "Alpha" Cycles. W. G. Doley and Co., Engineers, Copper Smiths. 17 FLINDERS STREET. TRIUMPH CYCLES. Best Value in the world. Quality unsur passed. Highest Grade. 12 months' guarantee. . DICK DAVIS, Triumph Cycle Agency, OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. 211-36 Don't Waste Food. All Kinds of MEAT, FISH, POULTRY, BUTTER, and EGGS can be KEPT FRESH and SWEET during the Hottest Weather by using " ICE ALINE." It is the only Harmless, Tasteless, and Odourless FOOD PRESERVATIVE. The only Brand of Eucalyptus Oil sold in Australia which is in accordance with the requirements of the London Pharmacopoeia FAULDING'S. Faulding's Eucalyptus Oil is guaranteed Pure, it has a delightful fragrance. Its use fulness in all simple ailments cannot be over estimated. 219 270 THE MOST GENUINE ...

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A RASH BET. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

A RASH BET. At the Shoreditch County Court on Wednesday, before Judge French, Q.C., the case of Baker v. Middleman was heard. It was an action to recover 5s. 6<L, the balance of a week's wages. Plaintiff said he was engaged at lis. a week, with one evening out. When the evening came round he said he was going, but was then told to clear out, and was paid for the three days he had worked. His Honor : Why did you send him off like that ? Defendant: I wasn't a goin' to stand no 'ank wif 'im. I says to him, I says, " Now look you yere, you know as 'ow I engaged you to go aht one evenin', but didn't say no day ; so if as 'ow you cares to go to-night, why, you can 'ook it fer good." (Laughter). His Honor: And what did he say ? Defendant: He says, " All right, old cock; tip us me five and a kick I've earned and we'll cry quits. I can't stop to-night, as I've got to meet the donah." (Laughter). His Honor : Is that true ? Plaintiff: No; he agreed wif me fer a speshul night to be a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Passing Notes. The " Sunbeam" dinner took place in London on December 28, 1,000 poor children being provided with Christmas fare and entertainment. Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton and the Hon. Dr. Cockburn were present. Sweet are the uses of advertisement! The whole thing cost £70, so it was a cheap way of booming the Register and "Uncle Harry." There are 1,000 State children in South Austra lia, waifs and strays and orphans. The public did nothing for them this Xmas. The council of the State Children's Depart ment sent each child a card and a kind message, but no " Uncle Harry" troubled about them. One thousand London children enjoyed £70, and our State children were forgotten. They do these things better in Victoria, where the 4,000 S*afce children are in vited each year to Government House, and made much of there by the Governor and his staff. Lady Bonython's excellent example at the Industrial School, where the fifty or sixty State children in resi dence enjoyed a picnic, Xmas tree, Pu...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Respectable Boys Wanted to Sell "The Herald" every Saturday morning. A Leprous New Year Gift.—Poor Piebald Queensland has been presented with a new year gift in the shape of two more kanaka lepers. These things happen so frequently in the benighted colony that it is open to question whether the powers that be will take any further notice of the revolting event, other than to record the fact that the two un fortunates were discovered on the first day of the year. The lepers are to be deported to the Friday Island lazarette, which is fast filling with living and dead victims of commercial greed. The authorities boast of two lazarettes—one for whites and another for chows and other colored aliens. Notwithstanding the frequent discovery of lepers, the Government and a majority of parliament regard the matter with a callousness nothing short of criminal. The franchise is restricted and the manipulation of the voting machinery so deft that the people are almost powerless to effect the cha...

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"UP GOES THE DONKEY." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

"UP GOES THE DONKEY." Sir Wilfred Lawson, speaking at Bromp ton, England, the other night, said :—The first commandment, "Thou shalt have none other gods but me," might be thrown to the winds, and they could have three gods—Mammon, Mars, and Bacchus. (Laughter.) Those were their gods. (Laughter and cheers.) It appeared to him that at the present moment there was an epidemic in this country of blood on the .head and fatty degeneration of the conscience. (Laughter.) He had really thought many times during the last few weeks that the nations were little better than a lot of people escaped from a lunatic asylum, and the small remnant who dared speak out against the blood shed, bluster, and bunkum had a very bad time. The motto of England at the present time was " Cursed are the peace makers," and that motto was echoed from the platform, the press, and, he was sorry to say, also from the pulpit; and they had rather a bad time of it who dared to say a word iii favor of peace when the whol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

STEVENSO N B R O S. OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SILVER-PLATE, and SPECTACLES Now Proceeding'. Our Stock contains Everything of the Latest and most Fashionable Design suitable for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS Extraordinary Bargains for One Month Only. Ladies' Gold Watches Ladles' Silver Watches Girls' Nickel Watches Gents' Gold Watches Gents' Silver Watches Gents' Nickel Watches Marble Clocks \ f'ailcy Clocks Nickel Clocks Wooden Clocks Twin Swallow Gold Brooches Plain Gold Brooches Diamond Star Brooches Opal Brooches Amethyst Brooches Diamond Bangles Plain Gold Bangles Ladies' Gold Muff Chains Ladies' Gold Necklets Ladies' Gold Alberts Ladies' Silver Alberts STEVENSON BROS., v • I T Designer^, Importers, IMepehants Practical Watchmakers, and Manufacturing Jewellers. 20 RUNDLE STREET, Adelaide. Wholesale and Retail. Gents' Gold Alberts Gents' Silver Alberts Plain Gold Heart Pendants Pearl and Diamond Heart Pendants Ladies' Engagement Rings Ladies' press Rings Wedding Ring...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 7 January 1899

Business Notices. BOOT REPAIRERS! Look out for the Improved Boot Repairing Tripod, Regd. "Red Dolor." It has many ADVANTAGES over •Id Tripod, and is MUCH STRONGER. F. WELLER AND SON, 198 Rundle Street, Boot Upper. Legging, and School Bag Manu facturers, Leather & Grindery Merchants. SOLES for BEDROOM SLIPPERS a Speciality. 171-222 Sea sea, Victoria-square. F. JT. f WAKEFIELD LAYCOCK, Iadelaidg, MONUMENTAL MASON. Good Workmanship and Lowest Possible Prices. 204-255 Mb. H. M. GOOCH in his Official Report of last WINE SHOW says: — " the YALUMBA Special Old Port Is equal to the best Oporto." Vintage 1880. The Wine above referred to is produced at YALUMBA, by S. SMITH & SON. CITY CELLARS, Cavendish Cham tiers, Grenfell Street. 183-234 GEO. DANKEL, butcher, Regent Street, Kensington. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. 189-240 Read This Remember that twist To bacco is Made by union LABOR. 121c m a lTTrn of Best 24-gauge Gal I A |\] |\ \ vanized Iron (or Steel), a double rivetted and soldere...

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TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN HARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 14 January 1899

TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN HARRY. Dear Harry—I thank you a thousand times for the very encouraging letter you sent me. A chap needs, as you say, the grip of the hand, the kindly nod of the head. It helps to cheer a fellow, but a sincerely sympathetic word from a " denizen of the bush" is truly refreshing. The beginning of the new year brought me many greetings and congratulations. Some made me blush, others made me cough, most of them made me desire to be worthy of the kind things said. Truly, under all the apparently callous indifference of the people, there are artesian supplies of sympathy that only wait to be tapped. I like you country folk. You appear to me to be more openminded and trustful than we town people. But I always feel that you country people like to take a rise out of us " townies" in your quiet ways. When you state in your letter that " the future genera tions will probably come scratching around to glean up my scattered ashes (of thoughts) into history's gold...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 14 January 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Buy and read " The Herald." The Legislative duck-shooters have re turned. Another session of parliament probable over federal matters. Both Houses of Parliament meet next week. Then comes the tug of war ! The stonecutters of Adelaide feel grateful to Treasurer Holder and Tom Price, M. P. Six weeks of crime in Australia. What a subject for some of our globe trotting critics ? Railway men, look out next week for a full account of the overtime question at Port Pirie. The literary world of South Australia suffered a great loss by the death of genial Harry Evans. Our congratulations to Mr. Treasurer Holder for preventing a reduction of wages in the stonecutting trade. Hearty congratulations to the New Zealand Government for refusing entry into their colony of pauper aliens. The Barrier Truth is now controlled by Mr. Charles Maley, at one time a brilliant State school teacher in South Australia. Carpenter, M.P., has returned from a tour of the mainland portion of his distr...

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LABOR PARTY CONCERTS. MR. HUTCHISON, M.P., ADDRESSES THE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 14 January 1899

LABOR PARTY CONCERTS. Mr. Hutchison, M.P., Addresses the Gathering. On Wednesday evening the first of a series of concerts in aid of the funds of the United Labor Party was held in the Trades Hall, Grote Street, in the presence of a large attendance. An excellent programme was presented, consisting of the following items :—Overture, Mrs. F. Stapleton ; song, Mr. E. L. Batche lor, M.P.; selection, "March la vidette," by members of Adelaide Mandolin and Guitar Society, under the direction of Pro fessor A. Davidson ; song. "Adieu, Marie," Mr. J. A. Steele; recital, "The field of Waterloo," with musical effects, Mr. Bruno Jobst; song, "The carnival." Miss Nellie Morrissey; song (comic), " See how he laughs," Mr. Will Barr; selection (mazurka), "Silver star," Mandolin and Guitar Society; song (comic), Mr. F. W, Coney beer, M. P.; song, "The island of dreams," Miss Nellie Morrissey; recitation, "Rio Grand's last race," Mr. S. Jackson ; song (comic), Mr. Will Barr. Mrs. F. Stapleton acted ...

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THE UNITED LABOR PARTY. PARLIAMENTARY BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 14 January 1899

THE UNITED LABOR PARTY. PARLIAMENTARY BALLOT. The ballot for nine additional parlia mentary direct Labor candidates closed at the Trades Hall at 10 o'clock on Thursday evening. The result, as supplied direct* to us by the Hon. H. Adams, secretary to the Party, is as follows in the order of votes received :— A. A. KffiKPA TRICK, Printer, Stepney. D. H. GRIFFIN, Railway Employe, Croydon. J. Z. SELLAR, Grocer, Adelaide. F. S. WALLIS, Compositor, Forrestville. C. BASTARD, Manager Baths, Ade laide. C. B. BRANN, Bootmaker, Adelaide. G. DANKEL,1 Butcher, Kensington. J. HEALY, Salesman, Adelaide. J. HOSKLNG, Draper, Norwood. The above were elected. The work of selection for the various districts, first by the district committees and subse quently by the central body, will be immediately undertaken. The referendum taken on the question of " Retiring parliamentary Labor mem bers submitting their names for selection on all future plebiscites " was answered in the affirmative.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 14 January 1899

Australian Workers' Union. ADELAIDE BRANCH. NOTICE TO MEMBERS. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Trades Hall oil THURS DAY, 19th January, at 8 o'clock p.m. Business Important; 223 J. A. COOK, Secretary.

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