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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

• r>UBBER must supersede leather for jt\ boot soles where it can be afforded," because rubber lasts about tliree times as long as leather, and is infinitely more com fortable, the softness giving the wearer the feeling of walking on pile carpet as well as imparting a pleasant elasticity and buoy ancy. Boots sold from £1 Is. downwards, and shoes from 18s. 6d. downwards. "One pair of soles with judicious patching where most worn, will outlast an ordinary pajr of uppers. Half-soles at 6s, per pair. Factory and Show-.rooTO—80a, Pivie-st., Adelaide.

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Current Topics. Me. T. Price, M.P., informs us that tlie homestead blocks at Lower Mitcham are now gazetted, and plans are ready on appli cation at the Lands Office. There are 39 blocks The eight facing Goodwood-road are to be let at £3 13s. 6d. to £2 19s. 6d. per ; ^.e ot.hers at from £2 ISs. <5d. to 12s- S7Ze °f blocks are 21 acres, 2 acres, and four of them la acres. AH appli cants must apply before December 10, when the Midland District Land Board will allot blocks. On November 9, in Sydney, a conference of district delegates from the Australasian Labor Federation was started. Industrial and financial matters were adjusted first, and a day later polities were attended to It has been decided to form a political organization m connection with the federa 11?NJ -Ne"' Zealand farmers are actively allied with the labor party, and together tuey can control the government of the country. The Charters Towers Eagle says:—"We have received the second number of the Ade laide Week...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

CITY OF ADELAIDE. ELECTION 6F" ALEEEMA1T. In reply to requisition I CONSENT to be NOMINATE Dfoc the office of ALDERMAN for the City of Adelaide. H. C. RICH ARDSON, Stckt Street. November 5, 1894. 0 THE RATEPAYERS OF THE UNLEY MUNICIPALITY. Ladies and Gentlemen—In compliance with the wish of many ratepayers, I have pleasure in announcing my candidacy for the office of Mayor for the ensuing year. In the meantime, Yours obediently, ARCHIBALD MACKDS. | Malvern, Oct. 25, 1894. | UNICIP AL -ELECTIONS. I TO THE RATEPAYERS OF CLEAVE WARD, PORT ADELAIDE. Ladies and Gentlemen—In response to a flattering requisition presented to me by a representative deputation of ratepayers asking me to allow myself to be nominated for the position of Councillor for Cleave Ward, I have much pleasure in acceding to the request therein contained, and thanking my requisifcionists, I promise, should I be returned, to endeavour to the best of my ability to promote the interests of the rate payers. J. W. CAIRE. Po...

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Dr. Jefferis and Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Dr. Jefferis and Socialism. A correspondent writes :—"It is indeed satisfactory to learn that socialism is begin ning to make itself felt. I don't think I ever read a paragraph in a newspaper with such satisfaction as that one published early this week, reporting the utterances of a pillar of the Church, to wit, the B,ev. Dr. Jefferis, at the Brougham place Congrega tional Church, on Sunday evening last, and really by the stand he proposes to take against Socialists in a series of discourses, I infer that liis notions of the aims of that body are of a very shadowy description. I will here give the true definition of the word socialism, as applied to Socialists : —' The theory of society which advocates a more pre?ise, more orderly, and a more harmonious relationship with mankind than has hitherto prevailed.' Has any one the right to com plain with any man or combination having the above as his or their ideal, and working conscientiously for the attainment of same ? Tile answer, I fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Try Henderson Bros.' "Angels Tea," One pound goes as far as three One shilling pounds with sugar free. 286, RUNDLE STREET.

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Drama and Music. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Drama and Music. [By Auiel.1 At tbe Theatre Royal during the week a variety eutertaimnent, entitled " Musical Mystic Marvels" lias been billed. The Bijou Theatre has attracted fair audi ences so far, Mr. J. P. O'Neil's impersona tion of Conn in " The Shaugliraun" being well received. Master Cyril Tyler has sailed for England, after a successful tour through Australia. A promenade concert was given on Monday evening iu the Exhibition, in aid of the funds of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Bene£t Society. There was a large attendance, Misses Nellie O'Sullivan, Lucy Stevenson, and Pflauni, Messrs. J. T. Cook, J. P. O'Neil, and E. Behrandt taking part. The Royal Comic Opera Company is play ing Mam'zelle Niteuche at the Princess, Melbourne, to crowded houses. Sir William Robinson's comic opera, " Predatoros, or the Brigand's Bride," was played on Monday afternoon at the Princess. Miss Nellie Stewart, Miss Florrie Young, Miss Elsie Cameron, Messrs. George Lauri, Wallace Brownlow, and ...

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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Editorial Notes. Are capitalists and their friends blind, or won't they see? It is acknowledged all round that machinery is enormously increasing, wealth is becoming more and more concentrated, and that the great army of the workless is growing hourly. What effect then must this state of affairs' have on the world in the near future. What wiH be the i^esult when between accumulation of money and increase of machinery the toiling masses are brought face to face with sheer poverty and chronic idleness- Let sober minded and reasonable men and women answer. Granted for argument's sake that the Uuionists and social reform party are wrong, and disband themselves, what good may be expected to result therefrom. £fone, we answer, except the staving off the reckoning for a short time longer. The privileged classes would be allowed more license and privileges; the workmen be subjected to more and more fining of wage; relief work be introduced as a panacea to the unemployed evil; and cost of go...

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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Cycling Notes. [Br Dukloi*.] On Momlay, in connection with the Hiberian Picnic, held on the New Oval at the rear of the Exhibition Building, three cycle races were run ; 1, 2, and 3 miles. In the one mile E. Jeffrey (140 yards) just succeeded in finishing in front of Djivis (scratch); whilst Davis won both the two and three miles from Buik; and it is a pleasure to see our champion Dick once more regaining his old form. At the Sema phore on the same day a race took place along the beach, i-esulting in a win for Cornelius, with R. Woods second. Quite a crowd of cyclists and others rolled up at the G.P.O. at 12 o'clock on Monday to witness the departure of Messrs. F. Toms and A. J. Hunter on record-making intent, the former bound to Melbourne to endeavour to lower the record held by Mr. J. E. Snell of 3 days 4 hours 16 mm., whilst Air. Hunter was off to Port Augusta, which place he safely reached at 7.14 a.m.. thus establishing a record of 19 hours 14 min., whilst Mr. Toms, after makin...

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The Weekly Herald. ADELAIDE: NOVEMBER 16, 1894. ADULT SUFFRAGE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

The Weekly Herald. ADELAIDE : NOVEMBER 16, 1894. j ADULT SUFFRAGE BILL. Is the Adult Suffrage Bill right in the principles it advocates or wrong ? If right, theu it seems to us that all democrats and true reformers can j only take up one position with regard ; to it, aud that is to support it until it becomes law. Right should not he sacrificed to expediency. We feel bound to press this truth home. Right, eternal right, must be the premier consideration with us in all our advocacy of reform. This is true democracy. And bearing this in mind, we say more emphatically than , ever, a solid vote on the Adult j Suffrage Bill should be given by not j only democrats, but by all who value ; justice and honor above personal and | sentimental considerations. The arguments against the measure have { been fully threshed out, and it must j be acknowledged that very little reason can be found on which to base a proposition to overthrow, or even delay, its passage. 'Tis true we have J been treated ...

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Unseen Foundations of Society. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Unseen Foundations of Society. The members and friends of the Adelaide Sociological Society were last Thursday treated to a literaiy entertainment, con sisting largely of the views of the Duke of Argyll 011 his recent book 011 the " Unseen Foundations of Society." There was a large attendance, and Mr. H. Taylor pre sided. The lecturer was Mr. C. Proud, who said that, he had chosen to address the Society on Argyll's recent book, with some thoughts and illustrations thereon, not only because the work contained one of the strongest presentations yet made of the landowners' claim to share in the products of labor, but also because some of the un doubted truths stated in it were apt to be forgotten by those who did not take the trouble to study both sides of a great ques tion. Mr. Proud said it was gratifying to find a large landowner and an eminent Statesman like the Duke, who had been a member of seven English Governments, and was now over 70 years of age, writing a 600-page book, whic...

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Running the [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Running tn*, -ther strong *or the This week we are making an^. appeal to our own people to enquire - Weekly Herald when it comes out, and that they get it. Last week we were again badly done by the city runner and his hum bugging partner in the boycotting business. In spite of the ready sale which has at tended the paper everywhere it has been offered, there is evidently a desire on the part of runners not to sell. We are not raising a false alarm by lying about this matter. Half the runners who took our papers and sold them readily the week before never turned up last week at all, while some of those whom we trusted with bundles of papers, to give them a fair show, although they have sold out and been paid on each occasion, left us in the lurch on Friday and Saturday last. Well, we don't care what some people think; we're going to get runners, even if we pay the double money, or even if we have to sell them ourselves. Better still, though, if our own people will act on the suggesti...

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Co-Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Co-Operation. Knowing from a wide experience liow great are the blessings which co-opera tion is perpetually diffusing, we urge upon the reader, if lie lias a wife or children who are dependent upon him and his labour for an existence, to sit down like a sensible man and count the cost of mating a provision for them by accumulating for himself a reserve store of permanent employment. He will most probably find the cost much lower, and muck more easy to provide than he sup posed. If all his income is assigned to its several purposes, and there is 110 avail able surplus on which he can reckon for a fund, let him look at his daily out goings, and it will be strange if he does not discover some trifle which will yield him enough, when regularly economised, to provide a weekly subscription to the funds of a co-operative industrial union. In all likelihood he will find a larger saveable sum than he expected. The more he can appropriate the better. But he yet can do this if he can allocate...

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Land Settlement in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Land Settlement in New Zealand. The following extract is from the editorial coluirms of the October issue of tlie New Zealand Journal of the Department of Labor, a Government publication :—" The system of opening up crown lands, and letting in areas of from 50 to 100 acres to working men, the Government paying for felling the bush and adding cost to price of laud, has been a marked success. It is to be hoped that the Hon. the Minister of Lands will be able to open up a ^few more blocks shortly. "We are of opinion that tliis system, properly managed and looked after, will do more to settle the unemployed difficulty than any1 other method. By this way of dealing with men they are, as it were, given a permanency. Tliey take their wives aud families with them, and if tliey ; have any heart at all, tliey very soon suc ceed in making a home for themselves,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

THE "Weekly Herald," EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. PRICE, ... ~ONB PENNY. Subscription—12 months, 4s.; including postage, 6s. per annum, paid in advance. Published by the CO-OPERATIVE PRINTING AND publishing CO. Of South Australia, Limited. .TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS (Payable Quarterly). One insertion. 1 inch. 2 inches 3 inches 4 inches 0 4 0 ... 0 6 6 ... 0 9 0 ... 0 11 0 Three months. 1 10 0 ... 2 S 0 ... 3 0 0 ... 3 6 0 Twelve months. 3 18 0 ... 6 12 0 ... 9 0 0 ...10 10 0 Reduced Terms for Larger Space. Advertisements should reach the office not later than noon Wednesdays. All business communications should be addressed to " The Publishers." All literary communications should be addressed to " The Editor." Agents and subscribers not receiving their copies as ordered are requested to im mediately address "The Publishers." Office, 28, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. AGENTS WANTED everywhere for WEEKLY HERALD. A FEW SHARES of the "CO-OPERA TIVE PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY OF S.A., Limited,"...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 16 November 1894

Notes. £By Phillibuster.] Knights and sich-like will soon be as plentiful as J.P.'s. According to latest information the Queen lias been making one every eleven days for the past seven jears, and as a consequence has now been requested to hold her hand a bit. This will be sad news for some of our tinpot sassiety who have been looking j forward to the much-coveted appendage J and patent hallmark of ultra-respec tabiiity. Still, let not the expectants despair. Colraan, of mustard fame, is mentioned as the very next for the knightly biz, and after him there should be hope for any one. Just fancy, though, our own Colman, whom we've learnt to take so enjoyably in our ham sandwiches, and in the shape of a good plaster, or even in our footbaths, getting knighted. The other day a; poor fellow presented himself at a London Police Court for relief. His eyes were injured badly, the result of an accident while working in Buckingham Palace. The Queen had sent—employer's liability (P)—£10 to the ...

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Result of the Ballot. FUTURE QUALIFICATIONS FOR LABOR CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 23 November 1894

Result of the Ballot. FUTURE QUALIFICATIONS LABOR CANDIDATE-!. j The question—" What shall be the U.L.P I definition of a lahor' candidate for Parlia mentary honours in the future," which was relegated last September to the members o1 the various societies affiliated with th« party, has now been definitely settled for a time a,t least. The ballot scrutiny took place Monday evening last, about thirty scrutineers being present. Mr. Bastard .acted as chairman, while the remainder divided themselves into groups of four, and before 10 o'clock the totals were made up as follows :—No. ], which was the old defini tion, J,291; No. 2, the definition adopted at the last general elections, 994. A majority iu favour of the old definition of 297. The total number of votes cast was 2,285. It is absurd to attempt to define the organizations which supported either one definition or the other, and still more stupid to fix localities in favour of either, as has already been done by some in whom the wi...

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Drama and Music. [BY ARIEL.] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 23 November 1894

Drama and Music. [By Ariel.] The death is announced of Anton Rubin stein, the great composer and pianist, at the age of 65. The famous Russian master showed early signs of musical genius, under taking his first tour when merely a boy. In his time Paganini was prince of violinists; so Rubinstein's name will be handed down to posterity as the pianist of the century. To-night Herr Hopf's Leipzig Instru mental Concert Company mate their first appearance at the Town Hall, At the Theatre Royal on Wednesday evening My. Charles Ai-nqld, supported by his new English Opera Company, opened for a short season with "Captain Fritz," a romantic, musical comedy by Henry Hamil ton. Mr. Arnold, as Captain Fritz, at once secured the sympathy of the audience, his singing of " Private Tommy Atkins" resulting in a treble encore; " Fairy Bubbles" and "The Cracksman's Chapt" also being favorably received. Messrs. E. W. Thomas and Percy Brougli, Miss Dot Frederic, Miss Agnes Kniglits, and Mrs. Walter Hill r...

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Sport and Pastime. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 23 November 1894

Sport and Pastime. [By Toro.] CRICKET. souths v. li'ndinarsii. >Vitli 0 wickets down for 281 Souths resumed batting on Saturday on the Adelaide Oval. Richards made 103, liallans 63; total, 410. Every body ivas pleased to see Jones knock up 20. Hindmarsh responded with 6 for 14-3. Fred Jarvis played good cricket for 76. Adelaide v. Norwood. With 7 wickets down for 202 Norwoods resumed at the southern end. Bailey -could not get any one to stay with him, and missed getting-the century—92 not out. George Giften cap tured 6 wickets. Adelaides required 273. Scrymgour made a lucky 37* George Giftcu 89, and Darling 95, finished the match, doing as they pleased with the bowling. North Adelaide v. Austral. Tins match was continued on the Kensington Oval last Saturday. Australs totalled 154 runs. Norths at the call of time had made 119 for 1 wicket, Hopkins 60, and Wilkinson 42, being the not out men. The fixture Victoria v. England com menced on Friday, Stoddart winning the McLaren played ...

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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 23 November 1894

Cycling Notes. [By Dcnxop.] The city oval now presents a very busy appearance in the evenings, our Austral, candidates being bard at it, whilst not a few are getting ready for the meet ings at the Burra, Mount Gatnbier, &c., at Christinas. On Wednesday evening things were very lively, Messrs. Toms, Mullins, and Courtney putting in some fast laps, and coming from the board all they knew, whilst W. Busst, Courtney, Maddern, and Dailey did good, serviceable work, and of the Adelaide contingent I am rather partial to the chances of Courtney or W. Busst, although I noticed Courtney on two occasions in a fast sprint lose his pedals, and that will never do in a fast-run race as the Austral. J. Snell, Beigstrom, Pinkertou, and Ridley were all on, but did nothing sensational. On the new oval I noticed Russack and Fauser putting in some good work, the former having a splendid style, and should develop into one of our fastest men. On Saturday last the newly j formed Railway Club had a ...

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Port Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 23 November 1894

Port Notes. Municipal, Elections (Labok Party Selections).—Port Adelaide—Mayor, Mr. C. R. Morris; Councillors—Cleave Ward, Mr. J. W. Caire; Portland Ward (leftopen question); Birkenhead Ward (2), Messrs. J. Sweeney and A. Craigie; West Ward, Mr. H. Parker; Centre Ward, Mr. T. Grose; Auditor, Mr. EL. Hains. Semaphore.—Mayor, Mr. J. H. Lambert; Councillors—Glanville Ward, Mr. Heury Hains; Exeter Ward, Mr. E. Oldfleld; Clairville Ward, Mr. J. J. Ashwoocl; Scarborough Ward, Mr. G. Arnfield; Auditor, Mr. J. J. Seadham. The Treasurer, during the course of his speech on the motion of Mr. Archibald for the construction of a graving dock, said— " It seemed to hiui, however, that Sir John Coode's scheme, if somewhat' modified, would be the best under all the circum stances If the mover would not press his motion at present the Govern ment would make enquiries into the matter during recess. They would consider the question both of an outer harbor and the graving dock They would then, after due...

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