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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

"GUARD" CY5^Iis>an<1 MANUFACTURED BV Gard Bros.. cenX^Tle 29, GOUGER STREET. Bicycles on Hire. All Accessories. 241 THE Ttt c sheep .U.Q. SHEAR holds the World's Record for Quality. Made toy Co-Opera tive Trades Unionists. iss-239 YALUMBA SPECIAL OLD PORT, 1880 Vintage, was AWARDED Champion Cup last WINE SHOW. This is the FAVORITE WINE among the MEDICAL PROFESSION. S. SMITH & SON, CAVENDISH CHAMBERS, GRENFELL 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 " ICEALINE." 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 P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

Respectable Boys Wanted to Sell "The Herald" every Saturday morning. Apply, The Manager, Bray Street, off Flinders Street, near G.P.O. joel mosss monster clothing palace. THE CORNER ONLY, King William and Hindley Streets. £12,000 HATS> WORTH MEN'S YOUTHS' BOYS' CLOTHING. SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, BRACES, RUGS. the "monster" wins. "competition" defeated. SUITS to Order from - 35s. TROUSERS to Order from- - - 8s. lid. Boys'k.B. op Sailor Suits,2s. lid. Men's Ready-made Suits, 10s.6d.

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

Passing Notes. The English Independent Labor Party has published its programme in the Nineteenth Century. It claims to be in the true line of " the progressive apostolic succession" from the Liberal Party, which it says has done its work and is now merged in the Conservative Party. It says :—" The foundation oil which the Independent Labor Party builds itself is socialism, just as the foundation upon which liberalism built itself was indi vidualism." It further proclaims that " Socialist theories cannot be overlooked any longer by the progressive-minded elector," and that "British socialism is not Utopian." The leader of the Independent Labor Party is, no doubt, Mr. Keir Hardie, who for a short time represented it in parlia ment. He was not a success in the House of Commons, to which he was carried on the backs of some of his constituents, smoking a clay pipe and wearing a peaked cap. This Guy Fawkes-like apparition offended the fastidious members of St. Stephens, and the member for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

DEMOCRACY. Democracy! Democracy! Word dear as life itself to me ! As sunlight shines on all alike, As darkness falls on all by night. As blow the winds o'er every sea, As thought unchained will ever be, So equal rights are thy demands, And for all freedom in all lands. The stars of night ever declare That each man born is rightful heir To all that nature holds to man Of life,—of death—of all he can Of pleasure, pain, or woe control, From east to west, from pole to pole, From mountain heights to the grey sea— Through all of life's mortality. No law shall stay eternal right, No statute old or new shall blight Man's swelling hopes that come there may The dream, the dawn of the full day When sceptres, thrones, and tyrants all Into oblivion's pit shall fall; When each shall cast off love of pelf And all shall masters be of self. Then speed the day and haste the hour, Break down the barriers, gain the power, To use tbe land, to sail the sea, To hold the tools, unchecked and free ; No trib...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

MILD-DARK* PLUG TOBACCO GLENELG. Sixpence Return K1GHT (Sundays and Holidays Excepted). Sixpence Return,™™" CHEAP TICKETS will be issued at Vie toria Square, Goodwood, Miller's Corner, Glenelg, and North Terrace Ticket Offices. 214-30 Notices. 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 for 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 get 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. p...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE INJUSTICE ON OUR RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

MORE INJUSTICE ON OUR RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Will you kindly allow me space in your columns to draw attention to an injustice which is being done to the permanent men employed on the Blyth and Gladstone Railway line, and which every one with a sense of justice will consider ought not to be allowed to continue- The men on this line from Condowie Siding to Georgetown are only paid 6s. per day, while those employed on the adjoining lengths even are paid 6s. 6d. per day. The work is the same, and surely, if one lot of men are worth 6s. 6d. per day the others are who do exactly the same work. At the present time one of the men employed on the Georgetown length, and who has recently been trans ferred from one of the other lines, is paid 6s. 6d. per day, while the men who work with him are only paid the 6s. In addition to this, the men who are only getting the 6s. per day are charged Is. 6d. per room rent for the railway cottages, as against Is. per room charged to those who are paid...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIGHTS THAT GLIMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 4 March 1899

LIGHTS THAT GLIMMER. [By " Phe.55] With wearied brain and shaking hand, eyes bleared and swollen, cheeks sunken, and body heavy with exhaustion, a young man sat at his desk in the office of a city warehouse far into the night. The light from a gas jet above his head glimmered upon his form as he sat vainly endeavoring to apply his overtaxed brain to the task before him. "Curse the work," he mut tered under his breath; "what pleasure is there in life, with this continual strain upon one's mind V' And closing his ledger he thrust it into the safe, and locking the office, stepped forth into the cold winter's night. The street lamp glimmered—over what scenes no historian may ever record— want and plenty, destitution and affluence, shame and virtue, pride and disgrace! Such is our complex nature that even in the feeble light of a street lamp the various and varying emotions of our hearts are personified before our eyes ; the poverty of our own souls finds expression in the feeble old man...

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THE LIVING WAGE VERSUS SWEATING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

THE LIVING WAGE VERSUS SWEATING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—There is a standard by which every man, either consciously or not, orders his life and thereby forniB the estimate of his success or failure. This standard includes his hopes and highest ambitions, also the food, shelter, and raiment with which he is measurably content and the occupation and wage with which he is apparently satisfied. The standard he accepts deter mines his well-being, both moral and economical. The lowest standard is the ''living wape" being the least upon which a man can live and maintain the standard which his judgment approves as necessary to his leading a satisfactory life. Now, in this era of cut-throat competition, the unscrupulous sweater, urged on by the let-loose demon of greed, has reduced the "living wage" to an insignificant molecule, and in his blind infatuation of greed fails to perceive that the services of a man who is well paid, and therefore amply fed and also comfortlv housed, are worth consider...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DOMESTIC LABOR PROBLEM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

THE DOMESTIC LABOR PROBLEM. TO THE EDITOK. Sir—I object to the tone that the writer of "Passing Notes" takes in reference to "the titles Mr, Mrs., and Miss in the domestic labor problem. The writer makes little of the titles. How would the writer like his title to be dispensed with by his employers and be called Richard, Thomas, Jane, or Emily, as the case may be ? If this were done, I think that the writer would reconsider his small estimation of titles by courtesy. I have never employed domestic labor, but were I to do so, and called my servant by her Christian name, I should consider that I was making myself unduly familiar with her, and that she was entitled to so make herself with me. Masters and mistresses in calling their servants by their Christian names introduce an element of disrespect into the contract, and there is no wonder that the two sections are dissatisfied with each other. For an employer can, if he or she thinks deeply, never really respect a person {the servant...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"THE GLORY OF THE LORD." (Written for The Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

"THE GLORY OF THE LORD." (Written for The Herald.) [By H. E. PooijE ] If, love and hate, or good and ill, Were measured in a span— If Time could stand aghast until We find the heart of man— If deeds of worth, and deeds of waste, Could have a just record, We'd find them all with this prefaced : " The glory of the Lord !" Tho' Spain invade our English coast And dye it deep in blood, They'd call themselves an angel host, And seek God in the flood. Tho' Papal power and Protestant Should battle with the sword, Each saint would fight with this content: " The glory of the Lord." Tho' man should rob his fellow-man, And give it to the church, We'd seek to change salvation's plan, And cover up the smirch. ■" Poor man," we say, " he surely fell, But still his soul was broad ; He paid a sweater's wage, but—well— ' The glory of the Lord.' " Away, away, with such as these : Hypocrisy, away ! Tho' men may treat us as they please, There dawns a brighter day ! I meet it with wide-spreading arms, And...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 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 MAN'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. Tailoring- 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 6d, 19s, 19s 6dr 21s. 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 TROUSERS,...

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A GRAVEYARD SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

A GRAVEYARD SOLILOQUY. [By " Phe. Dusk in a graveyard ; that awe-inspiring, dispiriting dusk which settles over the dull foliage of fir trees, and gleaming marble of sarcophagus, urn, and tombstone, alike dreary and disquieting as the chill of an uneasy conscience. What is it that makes the nervous start at the chirp of a cricket, the croak of a frog, the rustling of trees, or the shadows lurking behind the disappearing light as it recedes from the outer wall of a graveyard ? Death—that mighty equity— is present, and the living recognise here as in no other sphere the equalizing power of a force, neither human nor divine. Deeper grows the dusk, and more lonesome the loneli ness of an individual life amongst the many dead. The stars come out, and glisten sympathetically; and once more the cold marble gleams against the clear sky. And the human mind, the only thing different from all around—for all is matter save this one indefinable, unshapen, inde scribable thing which we call human...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

THE ANGEL'S TEA. ( 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.j Barley Is. 6d., Split Peas Is. 6cL, Tapioca Is. 6d., Canary Seed Is. 6cL, Sago Is. 6d., Bee cham's Pills 8£d., Pink Pills 2s. 6d., Bile Beans Is., Cough Elixir Is., Eucalyptus 6d., Ayer's Sarsaparilla 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. 6cL cwt., Seigel's Syrup Is. 4d., Seltzogene Charges (5 pint) Is. 9d. per doz., Dried Prunes 2s. 6d. doz. lbs., Currants 4Jd., Lemon Peeled., Coffee Is , Tea Fannings 8d., Sugar (best white) 2d., Baking Powder (1 lb. tins) 10d., Notepaper and Envelopes 9d. box, Haricot Beans 2s. 3d. doz., Copra Cake 7s. cwt., German Yeast 3d., Green cheese 4£d. each, Cream tartar...

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TOM JONES TO THE RIGHT HON. C. C. KINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

TOM JONES TO THE RIGHT HON. C. C. KINGSTON. Dear Charlie—I tried to get a chat with you on Sunday last, but no go. Could not bump up against you so have had to take to the pen; not so satisfactory as a chat. When a fellow writes, sometimes he has to put a foot-note, " Please destroy this," you know. I wanted to see you not so much for a growl as to wish you a well-earned rest before you start the next election campaign. You have of late worked like a Trojan, and even the strongest has to pay to nature the penalty of transgressing her laws. I am afraid at times you will go down a cropper if you don't take a rest. Take my advice— leave all, cut the painter, go to some quiet spot, take the black thorn stick with you, and the first one that utters a word about politics, well, lay him out gently. I would like to accompany you, but, out of true friendship, I would rather not because I should be only a nuisance to you by worry ing you to put certain planks in your next campaign policy. Loo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

S-TEVENSON BROS.' GREAT SHOW O F Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Spectacles. Our Stock is replete with everything of the LATEST and MOST FASHIONABLE DESIGN, suitable for Birthday GIFTS and Wedding PRESENTS THE LEADING JEWELLERS IN ADELAIDE Stevenson Bros.' WATCHES. The ENGLISH LEVER WATCH we sell most of is a very strong thick cased Watch, capped and jewelled, with sunk seconds. Great care is taken that only the best material is used for its manufacture. This Watch gives every satisfaction, and we depend more upon it than any other means for giving us a good name and advertising our business. Guaranteed five years. Worth £8 8s, our price £6 6s. Other Makes of Lever Watches from £3 3s. Gents' Sterling Silver Hunting Waltham Lever Watches, £3 3s, and £4 4s. Gents' Silver Geneva Watches, 21s, 30s, and 42s. Gents' Nickel Watches, 7s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s, and 21s. Gents' Gold Watches, £5 5s, to £100. Ladies' Silver Watches, 21s, 30s, 42s, and 63s. Girls' Nickel Keyless Watches, 12s 6d each. L...

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. PUBLIC MEETING AT PETERSBURG. MR. A A. KIRKPATRICK SELECTED TO CONTEST FROME. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. PUBLIC MEETING AT PETERSBURG. MR. A A. KIRKPATRICK SELECTED TO CONTEST FROME. A public meeting was held in the Town Hall, Petersburg, 011 Tuesday evening, 7th instant. His Worship the Mayor (Mr. Roennfeldt) presided over a large attendance. The following candidates were present:—Messrs. L. O'Loughlin (Commissioner of Crown Lands), Giles, Kirkpatrick, Miller, Grant, and Dunn. The Chairman, in opening the meet ing, explained that Mr. Marron had retired from the contest, and he intended standing for the Legislative Council. The Commissioner of Crown Lands, who was the first speaker, stated that he was placed somewhat at a disadvan tage owing to the fact that the Premier had not yet announced the Government policy. He spoke for ten minutes only, and touched on federation, the Land Bill, and the necessity of repurchasing land for closer agricultural settlement, and ex plained what the Government had already done in that respect. The mining industry and the cyanide ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

DRAPERY, BOOTS, TAILORING. HENRY CRONIN & CO.'S New "Building is now complete and unquestionably forms the most extensive and best equipped Business House in the South, of Adelaide. In addition to the Branches hitherto attended, the additional space has provided for Tailoring: and Boot De partments, each distinctly separated from the Drapery and under such management as will shortly make them equally as popular as our soft goods has become in the short space of five years. Cronin & Co. are progressive traders, eon tinuing their bold and successful bid for your trade by avoiding middle profits through the system of Direct Importing and selling only for Spot Cash. Cronin & Co.'s Stock is as large as the average Rundle Street House, pay only about one-sixteenth part of their rent, buy from the best manufacturers of the world, and are therefore in a position to distribute with the smallest possible margin of profit. Cronin & Co. study the conveniences of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

Business Notices. "Alpha" Cycles. W. G.Doley and Co., Engineers, Copper Smiths. 17 FLINDERS STREET. Ob Fbbsomal Bet Sec., Victoria-squara. F. J. fWAKEFIELD LAYCOCK,! ADELAIDE, MONUMENTAL MASON. Good Workmanship and Lowest Possible Prices. 204-255 mr, H. M. GOOCH in his Official Report of last WINE SHOW says : —" Tlie 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 bers, Grenfell Street. 183-234 GEO. DANKEL, BUTCHER, Regent Street, Kensington. GIVE him A TRIAL. 189-240 3ISI -HOHVTI NoiNn si oaacq -OX 16IM1 leqi (idqmameH m A ITirn of Best 24-ga«ge Gal I A |\| |\ V vanized Iron (or feteel), double rivetted and soldered inside and out, complete with JARRAH STANDS: 1,000 gall. £5 10 0 500 gall. £3 12 0 800 7," 415 O 400- 3- 2 0 600 „ 4 4 0 200 „ 2 2 0 Can quote for carriage any railway station in colony. J. S I M O N S, plumber, gasfitter, and gal VANIZED IRON ...

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A GLORIOUS COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. MR. HOURIGAN, M.P., ACCORDED AN OVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

A GLORIOUS COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. MR. HOURIGAN, M.P., ACCORDED AN OVATION. On Tuesday evening a complimentary social, arranged by the West Torrens Dis trict Committee of the U. LP., was given to Mr. F. J. Hourigan, M.P., in the Hind marsh Town Hall, which was crowded with ladies and gentlemen. Many persons were unable to gain admittance. Fully 1,500 people attended. Mr. J. D. Brown presided, and there were on the platform the Hons. H. Adams, G. McGregor, and R. S. Guthrie, Messrs. J. Hutchison, F. W. Coney beer, E. A. Roberts, T. Price, A. Poynton, and T. H. Brooker (members of the House of Assembly), Mr. W. J. Strike (president of the Trades and' Labor Council), Messrs. D. H. Griffin, C. Proud, and Gilbert. The Mayor ofThebarton (Mr. C. B. Ware) was present. Apologies were received from the Hon. W. A. Robinson, Messrs. MacGillivray Archibald, and Carpenter, M.P.'s. The chairman said the large audience was a proof of the approval of the action of the West Torrens District Committee o...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. " Butler's blunder." Ministry encouraging child labor. Bruce will play third man again in the Sturt District. His Honor Justice Bundey takes a well earned holiday. The man who will not carry out a solemn promise is a coward. Mr. John Livingston is a candidate for the District of Victoria. Healy will make a right good representa tive for the Burra District. Roberts and Daley are the Labor candi dates for Gladstone District. Healy is the Labor candidate for the Burra ; and don't you forget it. Railway employes very properly demand an independent board of enquiry. Congratulations to Frank Hourigan over that glorious complimentary social. Kirkpatrick is the local selection for parliamentary honors Frome District. Kirkpatrick for Frome. Hear, hear. He will make a splendid representative. Rumored that Mr. Denny may not contest the West Adelaide District owing to ill health. Mr. D. H. Griffin carries out the duties of caterer at socials in a most excellent manner. Griffin w...

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