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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Hall & Savage, LEAMINGTON HOUSE, 105 Rundle Street, Are always up to date for Business. They give the Best Value in the city. Civility and Satisfaction are characteristics of their business. They are the Firm above all others who CATER for the WORKING ALAN'S TRADE. Their files are full up of testimonials from customers in all parts of the country. If you have not tried them you have not been buying' in the cheapest market. MEN, Hall & Savage will make you a good SUIT of SERGE or TWEED for 38s 9d. Send in your measure or write to them for self-measurement forms and patterns. Tailoring1 Unequalled, in Australia. SAC SUITS to order, 38s 9d, 42s, 45s, 50s, 57s 6d, 63s TROUSERS and VEST to order, 19s 9d, 22s 6d, 25s, 27s 6d, 29s 6d, 36s 6d TROUSERS to order, 10s 6d, 15s, 17s (5d, 19s, 19s 6d, 2Ls DUNGAREE COATS to order, 5s lid DUNGAREE OVERALLS, 5s lid the Suit Better Goods, 7s 9d the Suit BEDFORD CORD TROUSERS, 2s lid per pair MOLE TROUSERS, 2s lid per pair TWEED TROUSE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

BLOOD WILL TELL according to the condition of it. If in bad. order it shows itself in pimples, blotches, boils, skin diseases, and various eruptions. A case in point: Mrs. Marion Phillips, of Dana Street, Ballarat, Victoria, has been a martyr for many years to a skin com plaint, the result of a lengthy residence in the warm climate of the East Indies, where her husband was engaged in shipping pur suits. Whilst there she was a continual sufferer from biliousness or liver disease. "L was," she said, " generally speaking, a healthy woman, but shortly after my arrival in Ballarat, and whilst residing in Doveton Street, I commenced to suffer with great pains in my legs, and all over my body. Sleeplessness was succeeded by periods of weakness. My face was covered with pimples, and my arms and other portions of my body with boils and skin eruptions. I saw several medical men, and even went down to Melbourne to see a specialist in. skin diseases. He advised a course of blood medicine, and s...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HON. D. M. CHARLESTON AND THE HERALD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

HON. D. M. CHARLESTON AND THE HERALD. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—It is very gratifying to see that the challenge held out at the half yearly meeting of shareholders has brought your correspon dent " Rae" to recognise some measure of fairness re his article on the Hon. D. M. Charleston and the act of treachery he committed towards the society to which he " belongs" as the article plainly stated not belonged as you try to make out. The present tense was used, and it was promi nently evident that " Rae's" object was not only to discount Mr. Charleston but also to throw contumely and prove inconsistency on the part of the Adelaide Branch of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers. He has certainly failed and it is to be hoped that when, he next makes the attempt to say anything detrimental to societies or indi viduals he will be less ambiguous in his language and more explicit in his statements so as his readers can differentiate as in this instance between the Amalgamated Society of Engineers and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

THE ANGEL'S TEA. c THREE VARIETIES—FINE LEAF, COARSE LEAF, MIXED, SHILLING PER POUND WITH SUGAR FREE. PRICES CURRENT. — Apples 4d., Pears 3d., Almonds 4d., Rice Is. 6d. doz., Barley Is. 6d., Split Peas Is. 6d., Tapioca Is. 6d., Canary Seed Is. 6d., Sago Is. 6<L, Bee eham's Pills 8|cL, Pink Pills 2s. 6d., Bile Beans Is., Cough Elixir Is., Eucalyptus 6d., Ayer's SarsapariUa 3s. 9d., Ayer's Pills lOd., Insectibane 6d., Treacle 13s. 6d. cwt., Golden Syrup 16s. 6d. cwt., Assorted Jams 6s. doz., Matches 12 doz. for Is. 6d., Liebig's Beef Ex tract Is. jar, Sardines 2s. 6d. doz., Starch 4|d., Blue 8d., No. 1 Soap 5d. bar, Salt 3s. 6d. cwt., Seigel's Syrup Is. 4d., Seltzogene Charges (5 pint) Is. 9d. per doz., Dried Prunes 2s. 6d. doz. lbs., Currants 4jd., Lemon Peel 9d., Coffee Is , Tea Fannings 8d., Sugar (best white) 2d., Baking Powder (1 lb. tins) lOd., Notepaper and Envelopes 9d. box, Haricot Beans 2s. 3d. doz., Copra Cake 7s. cwt., German Yeast 3d., Green cheese 4|d. each, C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCH AND THE WORKING MAN. A SECOND SERMON BY REV. BRIAN WIBBERLEY. THE CHURCH KNOWS "MAN" ONLY. CHRIST'S ETHICS MUST BE APPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

THE CHURCH AND THE WORKING MAN. Second Sermon by Rev. Brian wlbberley. Gl«ve-handed v. Thick-fingered. the church knows "mas" only. christ's ethics must be applied. Continuing his remarks on this problem, last Sunday week, Mr. Wibberley said :— My words last week were a condemnation of the church ; to-night they will aim at first commendation and then conciliation. The church is culpable, but not wholly so. That she has not done for the working classes what she might have done is evident; but that she has done something, much indeed, for them is equally evident. COMMENDATION. It was given to the church as the vehicle of Christianity to assert the sacred rights of humanity. The laborer of Greece and Borne was regarded as a thing and not a man. The dicta of Cicero that " no noble sentiment could come from a workshop," and Aris totle that " the title of citizen belongs only to those who need not work in order to live," and of Plato that "manuallabor was suitable only for slaves," were ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Home Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Home Notes. FROM BEN. TILLETT. The trade union world of England is still intent on getting all it can out of the interest being taken in the question of federation, and all unions, both great and small, are anxious • to see the question settled- Perhaps the only regrettable feature about the business is that small unions are much handicapped in the matter of finance. The tendency is to make all charges very high, which can only mean that we are face to face with the prospect of the smaller unions being squeezed out of the combination. In all probability better counsels will prevail, because none of the unions are over-flush with money, and even some of the wealthy unions will see the advisability of working economically. Several schemes are before the con ference, most of them conflicting; some are confused, as is natural in a new venture. Tiie remarkable feature of the occasion is that the "spinners" and the engineers are taking a leading interest in the proceedings. As most of the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
S.A. PUBLIC SERVICE FEDERAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

PUBLIC SERVICE FEDERAL COUNCIL. A meeting of the Public Service Federal Council was held on Wednesday evening, February 15. The president (Lieut. - Colonel Solomon) occupied the chair, and a fair number of representatives were present. An application from the Postal Associa tion for representation on the council was considered, and on the motion of Mr. Wedlock, seconded by Mr. Maughan, they were admitted, and allotted one represen tative in accordance with the rules. The question whether pro. and tern, officers were entitled to long leave, as provided for in the " Code," from date of entering the service was discussed at length, and a legal opinion from Mr. S. J. Mitchell, LL.B., was read and received. It was decided that the matter should be brought under the notice of the Royal Commission recently appointed. A communication from the Public Ser vice Association enquiring if any further steps had been taken by the council with reference to the question of the reduction of railway fa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

JOHN MARTIN AND COMPANY, LIMITED, The Popular Cash Drapers. Sale Now On. Heavy Reductions in all Classes of Goods throughout the House. John Martin &C° 'LTD 98, 100, 102,104,106, 108, 108a, Rundle Street, Adelaide. (CORNER OF CHARLES STREET.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL TO MR. E. L. BATCHELOR, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL TO MR. E. L. BATCHELOR, M.P. On Thursday evening a complimentary smoke social was tendered to Mr. E. L. Batchelor, M.P., leader of the Labor Party, by the West Adelaide District Committee in the Democratic Club. Mr. J. Minahan presided over a large attend ance. The Chairman explained that the gathering had been instituted in recog nition of Mr. Batchelor's political services and for the purpose of raising a little money to assist the Labor Party at the forthcoming general elections. The West Adelaide committee intended to run only one candidate, and the fight was sure to be a keen one on account of the promised candidature of Mr. Denny. They would have to work exceedingly hard if they wished to secure Mr. Batchelor's return. In proposing the toast "Our Guest," Mr. G. H. Buttery said that when the Labor Party was formed and resolved to run representatives for the Legislature Mr. Batcheloi's name was among the first submitted to the plebiscite. That gentle man at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. Operative Journeymen Bakers'Society. —The usual fortnightly meeting of this society was held at the Trades Hall on Saturday evening last. The president pre sided over a good attendance. Two new members were admitted. Reports from Trades and Labor Council, United Labor Party, and The Herald half-yearly meeting were received. The picnic committee re ported that everything was well in hand for a good outing. The picnic will be held at the National Park on March 18, and only needs a good attendance to ensure success. Correspondence received from secretary of United Labor Party re coming elections; referred to a summoned meeting. Several members forwarded their contributions. Mr. D. H. Griffin wrote notifying the society he had started in business at Croydon, and intends to work under the society's rules and employ union men ; secretary instructed to place Mr. Griffin's name on the union's circulars. Several accounts were passed for payment. Secretary reported ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Mb. Poynton, MP.—Word has reached this office- that a slight dif ference of opinion exists among some few of Mr. Poynton's constituents in the far north respecting his votes on the Household Suffrage Bill and pre venting the sale of Crown lands. It must be remembered that on the question of reducing the Council franchise, Mr. Poynton was pledged by platform promises to what is termed the £15 qualification; failing to accomplish his object in this respect he proved a loyal supporter to the Household Suffrage Bill which con tained a clause necessitating a referen dum vote of the people before it could become law. On the other question of stopping the further sale of Crown lands we cannot understand where any difference of opinion can exist. Mr. Poynton has always been a staunch supporter. No man in parliament has a brighter or more clean record than the popular senior member for Flinders, whose knowledge of the country and the Crown Lands Department in par ticular is second to none in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OVERTIME ON THE RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

OVERTIME ON THE RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Permit me through your paper to draw attention to the most un reasonable hours some twelve or fifteen men in the railway service have to work. I am referring to the men em ployed in the Port .Adelaide Goods-shed. The hours of these men for five days a week are from 9*30 a.m. to 7 p.m. (one hour deducted for tneals), and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2*30 p.m., and very often are to be seen at work till between 8 and 9 p.m. week nights, and on Saturday till 3 and 3*30 p.m. The overtime worked in this way has to be taken out as bare time at the convenience of the department. Some of these men are ordered on Satur days into the passenger traffic ticket collecting at different stations from 9*30 a.m. to 9*30 p.m. (book off 2J hours in the afternoon). For this duty they must appear in respectable clothes at their own expense; department supplies no uniforms. The men ordered to perform this duty make 2^ hours' overtime (goods-shed works 8Jf hours ...

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IS THE BILLIONAIRE IN SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

IS THE BILLIONAIRE IN SIGHT. A hundred years ago George Washington was the richest man in America. He was supposed to be worth something less than a million dollars. The American millionaire was just visible on the horizon. As the twentieth century approaches the coming billionaire is plainly in view. It is said that John D. Rockefeller is trying to gain control of the entire copper industry of the United States. Not that he has any particular affection for copper, but he has to find some investment for the in come whose swelling accumulations are threatening to drown him in a flood of gold. Mr. Rockefeller's revenue from his stan dard oil holdings alone is 9,060,000 dollars a year, or about 25,000 a day, or 1,000 dollars an hour; and that is only one of his sources of income. In addition, he has heavy, if not controlling, interests in the tobacco, sugar, steel, and cotton oil trusts, in several railroads, and in the iron mines of the north west ; he owns a fleet of lake steamers, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Temperance Notice. Independent Order of Rechabites, S.U. Membership, 257,000. Funds, £900,000. The Total Abstinent Friendly Society ALBtriT DISTRICT, No. 83. Free Entrance. Contributions according to age at entry. Juveniles, 3d. per week, boys or girls. Adults from Is. per week. Females from (3d. per week. BENEFITS: Sick Pay.—Juveniles, 5s.; Females, 10s.; Males, 20s. per week. Free Surgeon and Medicine. Funeral Donation.—Juveniles, £5; Females, £10; Stales, £25 to £40 ; Wife or Husband, £710s. to £12. Full information from the Local Secretaries or J. S- O. ALLEN, District Secjretarjr, Rechabite Offices, 218-269 Victoria Sauare W., Adelaide. THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Money to Lend A nnyif on Mortgage at ^ V^CllU en Freehold Securities only. Interest pay able quarterly. Further particulars can be obtained at the Sank. By order of the Trustees, W. B. POOLE, Accountant. 1.5th October, 1897. 159c Drapery and Clothing. FITCH'S GREAT SALE. BOOT BARGAINS Ladies' Patent Court Sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

I I CURLEW Brandy I The only Bmiidy used in the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents-RUNDLE & GOW, Adelaide. 97-24 _ CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adelaide Show, 1897. Sole Agents—RUNDLE & GOW, Adelaide. 97-248

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Australian IVTutual Provident Society. Accumulated Funds — £14^500,000 Total Assurances (with Bonuses) ... 50,000,000 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The co-operation of members is invited with the view of making the New Business 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 latest Mutual Life Assurance Office in the British Dominions. F. T. BRIDGES, Resident Secretary. Office—23 Kins William Street, Adelaide. 190-241 Insurance Notices. ASSURE IN THE Citizens' THE MOST POPULAR AND PRO GRESSIYE LIFE OFFICE. SECURITY UNDOUBTED. ANNUAL BONUSES UNSURPASSED] PAYMENTS ALWAYS PROMPT] Adelaide Offices : 8 King William Street. 192-243 P. J. O'Driscoll, Res. See. - The SALE of the Season IS NOW BEING HELD AT F. SACK'S ESTABLISHMENTS, 126 Rundle Street, next Plough and Harrow Hotel, AND 282 and 284, Rundle St. Bast. Suits to order from 30s. B...

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A Democratic Parson. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

A Democratic Parson. The Rev. Brian Wibberley. City Finance.—The following re port was placed before the City Council by the Right Worshipful the Mayor at a meeting held on January 30 :—" I wish particularly to draw your attention to the estimates now before you, and must emphasise the fact that, according to them, the year commenced with an overdraft of £1,230 10s. 8d., and will end with an overdraft of £2,957, being an increase of £1,720 9s. 4d., without making any provision for new works. It will be noticed that the health fund shows an apparent surplus of £184, but it must be borne in mind that the sum of £5,000 for scavenging, under the heading of "Public Works," should rightly be charged to the health fund, which would then show a deficiency of over £5,000. I think it would be much better to at once transfer the scavenging from the public works account to the health fund, and thus show the true state of affairs. I must also say that it is almost impossible to estimate the expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

Adelaide Co-Operative Society. ELECTION FOR COMMITTEE. Give one VOTE to the consistent Co operator, J. E. WEDLOCK. Voting from 18th to 23rd inst. 228 DONALDSON, ANDREWS, and COY'S HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE Is Now Proceeding, and We Offer the Public GENUINE BARGAINS in All Departments. THE SUCCESSFUL SEASON WE HAVE .TUST COME THROUGH Enables Us to Offer the Hemanet of Our Summer Stock AT LESS THAN COST PRICE. ALL ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE BARGAINS NOW OFFERING. ATT, GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. COUNTRY CUSTOMERS SHOULD SEND FOR SAMPLES. TERMS CASH.

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THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: FEBRUARY 18, 1899. OUR WOMEN VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

THE HERALD. A.DEL11DE : FEBRUARY 18, 1899. OUR WOMEN VOTERS. In a few weeks time the women of South Australia will be called upon to exercise the privilege bestowed on them and their sisters in New Zealand, and show to the world what the franchise means in the hands of those who are elsewhere excluded by their sex from a share in the legislative work of the world. The friends of women's suffrage will be watching this colony next April with the deepest interest, eager to see what effect the enfranchisement of women has on candidates for parliament. In Eng land and Germany, at the Cape, and above all, in the sister colonies, women will, no doubt, feel that the way in which our female voters conduct themselves with regard to the men who seek their votes, and at the polls, has a distinct and far-reaching in fluence on the woman's franchise ques tion in which all women are so deeply interested. Apart from their world wide duty, our women voters have to think of themselves and their famil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 February 1899

c. c. c. MEANS Co - Operative Company's Coupons, And c. c. c Collect Co-Operativ Coupons. They are as good as Cash. You can Get A Ladies' Gun Metal Watch lor a Half-book. A Handsome Cruet for a Half-book. A beautiful Lamp for a Half-book. A Reliable Clock for a Half-book A Chaste Butter Dish for a Half-book. A Forty-piece Tea Set for a Half-book. A Good Biscuit Barrel for a Half-book. A Set of Steel Carvers for a Half-book. A Bevelled Shaving Mirror for a Half-book. A Youth's Watch and Chain for a Half-book A Pair of Pretty Vases for a Half-book. You can set your Choice of Hundreds of Useful and Ornamental Articles, Marked from 50 Coupons Upwards. The Value of our Goods is Undoubted. Co-Operative Coupons Have a Purchasing Power of 2s. 6d. per 100. Collect Coupons on everything1 you Buy. See that they are the Little Green Coupons, and bear the name of THE CO - OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD., 117a Rundle Street. 225 FOR RHEUMATISM, Rheumatic Gout, &c.—WOOD'S GOUT AJfD RHEU MAT...

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