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MORE LIGHT ON RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

MORE LIGHT ON RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Permit me through your paper to draw attention to the nnjust treatment the guard and collector in charge of the 2.30 p m. train from the Port to Semaphore and Adelaide receive. These men come on duty at 2.30 p.m. and take the train to Sema phore, then book-off half an hour; at 3.11 p.m. on duty again till 4 p.m., book off again in Adelaide half an hour; at 4.30 p.m. on duty again till 9 p.m., book-off another half-hour in Adelaide; resume duty at 9.30 p.m. till 12.15 a.m. Thus the day's duty is finished. Time booked-off for the day is one and a half hours for five days a week, which means seven and a half hours on Saturday. An extra collector is put on from 2.30 p.m. to 4 p.m., and a porter is put on-as guard for a trip or two (in the |morning), so that the guard on morning duty can remain on duty till 4 p.m.; then the afternoon guard and collector come on duty at 4 p.m. till 12.15 a.m. I think it is certainly an in justice, and s...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

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Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

Ladies tell each other of the comfort and security afforded to theto by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Headaches and Backaches that come expectedly or unexpectedly are charmed away, and the fresh rich, red blood made by Or. Williams' Pir»l( Pills for Pal? People, shows itself in the red comely cheeks and clear eyes of those who use them. They are not a purgative : they give strength instead of taking it away Mothers anxious for the healthy development of their growing girls, will find confidential informa tion in the Diiections for Use. "Dr. BOURCHIER, of 127 Redfern Street, Sydney, recommends Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for ladies' ailments. Ladies, write stating your case to the Dr Williams* Medicine Co, Sydney, and receive free advice. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR MEN AND WOMEN TOO. Dp. Williams' Pink Pills ape fop suffering- men as well as fop women afflicted toy their own ailments. They ape a direct nerve tonic, and they enrich and purify the blood. The disorders they ape known to have...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

"GUARD" CY5YREs,aild MANUFACTURED BY Gard Bros., Cewo^csyele 29, GOUGER STREET. Bicycles on Hire. All Accessories. 241 TTTF! Ttt q sheep .U.0. SHEAR holds the World's Record for Quality. Made by Co-Opera tive Trades Unionists. 188-239 YALUMBA SPECIAL. OLD PORT, 1880 Vintage, was AWARDED Champion Cup last WINE SHOW. This is tne 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 " 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 h...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the United Trades and Labor Council was held at the Trades Hall on Friday evening, March 3, the president (Mr. W. J, Strike) occupying the chair, but owing in part to the social to Mr. T. Price, M.P., being held at the same time the attendance was not up to the average. A communication from the Adelaide Branch of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers which had been held over from the last meeting in consequence of there being none of the society's delegates present was read and a long and somewhat discursive dis cussion ensued. The following resolution was carried:—" That the correspondence be received and that the society be written to calling attention to the information supplied in the half-yearly report and balance-sheet and statement of delegates' attendances." Correspondence from other sources was laid before the Council, but owing to the small attendance the departure of several delegates afforded an opportunity for ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

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Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEETING OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

MEETING OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES. On Sunday afternoon last a meeting of railway employes was held in the Inter national Hall, Port Pirie, for the purpose of hearing Mr. G. W. Ward (president of the Enginemen, Firemen, and Cleaners7 Asso ciation), who was present, and spoke on an appeal board, practical eyesight test, and a hospital fund for railway employes. Mr. R. Mad dick was voted to the chair. in dealing with the former subject, Mr. Ward referred to the unsatisfactory de cision of the present board, known as the Board of Enquiry. Decisions often need the revision of an independent board, such as the one he suggests. All men make mistakes, says Mr. Ward, and the man who makes a mistake through carelessness or in any way through his own fault should te prepared to take the consequences. But in many instances men are punished severely although no carelessness or fault of any kind can be proved against them; but through a defective system, " for which the officers are responsible," an a...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"IN HIS STEPS." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 11 March 1899

HIS STEPS." An Adelaide clergyman is anxious that Mr. Chas. M. Sheldon's book, " In His Steps," should be noticed in The. Herald, and as so many clergymen read this paper we are willing to satisfy him, although "In His Steps" is a disappointing book from the Labor standpoint. Clergymen sadly need a missionary at the present time. They are unhappy in their minds about the Labor movement, dissatisfied with the part they themselves play in it, yet afraid to step beyond the totalizator and the drink question. " Would you have us set class against class ?" they ask. "Christ told us to preach peace and goodwill upon earth," they say, " so how can we pit wage-earners against capi talists ?" Nevertheless when they see their parishoners drinking in a beastly fashion, and find immorality everywhere, they cannot help their consciences giving them painful pricks both in and out of the pulpit. They hear Labor leaders teaching that drink and immorality are mainly the results of low and starvation...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MONEY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

THE MONEY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—In reply to "Index's" comments on my former letter, I wish to point out that Max Hirsch and all other writers that I have yet seen have left the main and crucial points of this gigantic question severely alone. They have failed to show the true facts of the situation by omitting to point out the enormous amount of purely fictitious capital that has accumulated on the books of our Banks by the system of issuing, receiving back, writing down to credit of de positor, and reissuing the same notes again, and therefore the £400,000 notes in circula tion passing through the banks a sufficient number of times has produced an impression on the books of so many millions that has no other existence except on these books, that the burden of their interest is absolutely un bearable, and cannot be borne much longer even if left alone; hence the tremendous exertions put forth against the State Bank of Issue by interested parties, especially when it is propose...

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

CHEAP MONEY. THE AUSTRALIAN LOAN AND DISCOUNT COMPY., No. 3, GILBERT PLACE, Off Currie Street, at rear of Bank of Australasia, Are prepared to MAKE ADVANCES from £5 to £5,000 on the following REDUCED and REASONABLE TERMS :—A Person Borrowing £5 WILL RECEIVE £4 lis. <3d. £10 WILL RECEIVE £9 5s. £15 WILL RECEIVE £13 16s. 6d. £20 WILL RECEIVE £18 19s. Increased amounts as required. No-Enquiry Fees or Commission of anv Kind Charged. Repayments to Suit Borrowers. Every Loan Entertained and Granted without Delay. Advances made on Note of Hand, Bills of Sale, Deposit of Deeds, Shares, Merchandise (for which we have storage accommo dation), and on any available security. Bills dis counted. OFFICE HOURS—Each Day from 9 till 5; Mon days and Thursdays, from 9 till <i; Saturdays, 9 till 12. •232-83

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN HARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN HARRY. Dear Harry—I have your last letter asking " What of the elections and the Party, and what are the chances of present Labor members being again returned ?" Well, to be straight out, my forecast is : All is right as right can be, if we all put our shoulders to the wheel. Every vote will be wanted for all that: I am convinced by the reports from the various centres that the committees are alive. There is marked improvement in the fighting ranks of the Party, and the qualities of perseverance, hopefulness, and readiness to cope with the tricks of the paid .canvassers of the other side are far better than they were three years ago. In West Adelaide, to all appearances, we are likely to have a three-cornered fight if the other thing does not happen, that is the retirement of Mr. Denny from the contest. Then Batchelor and C.C.K. will have a walk-over. I am sorry to hear that Editor Denny, of the Southern Cross, is in very indifferent health, and that ...

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

WORKERS What cometh here from west to east a-wending ? And who are these, the marchers stern and slow ? We bear the message that the rich are sending Aback to those who bade them wake-and know. " Not one, not one, nor thousands must they slay, But one and all, if they would dusk the day." We asked them for a life of toilsome earning. They bade us bide their leisure for our bread ; We craved to speak to tell our woeful learning, We come back speechless, bearing back our dead. They will not learn ; they have" no ears to hearken ; They turn their faces from the eyes of fate; Their gay-lit halls shut out the skies that darken, But, lo ! this dead man knocking at the gate. Here lies the sign that we shall break our prison; Amid the storm he won a prisoner's rest; But in the cloudy dawn the sun arisen Brings us our day of work to win the best. " Not one, not one, nor thousands must they slay, But one and all, if they would dusk the day." — William, Morris.

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

East Adelaide Branch, U.L.P. — The ordinary monthly meeting of the East Adelaide District Committee, U.L.P., was held on Wednesday at the Trades Hall. Reports of delegates ai>d sectional staff officers were received and adopted. In reference to the united concert shortly to be held, it was suggested to wind up the same with a dance. It was reported that upwards of 2,000 additional names had been added to the rolls. Several details anent the coming contest were discussed, one being that Mr. Hutchison will speak at any meeting where all the candidates are present. This pro posal is made to meet the convenience and -save the time of electors. The committee will meet weekly until election is finished. All friends are cordially invited to attend. Further particulars will shortly be adver tised Richmond Democratic Club. A SOCIAL. AND DANCE will be held in the Keswick Mission Hall on FRIDAY, April 7. Refreshments provided. Net proceeds in aid of United Labor Party. Admission— Double tic...

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

THE ANGEL'S TEA. 1 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 Js. 6d., Split Peas Is. 6d., Tapioca la. 6d., Canary Seed Is. 6d., Sago Is. 6d., Bee cham's Pills 8|d., Pink Pills 2s. 6d., Bile Beans Is., Cough Elixir Is., Eucalyptus 6d., Ayer's SarsapariUa 3s. 9<L, Ayer's Pills lOcL, Insectibane 6d., Treacle 13s. 6d. cwt., Golden Syrup 16s. 6cL 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. 6<L cwt., Seigel's Syrup Is. 4d., Seltzogene Charges (5 pint) Is. 9d. per doz., Dried Prunes 2s. 6d. doz. lbs., Currants 4|d., Lemon Peel 9d., Coffee Is , Tea Fannings 8d., Sugar (best white) 2d., Baking Powder (1 lb. tins) I0d., Notepaper and Envelopes 9d. box, Haricot Beans 2s. 3d. doz., Copra Cake 7s. cwt., German Yeast 3d., Green cheese 4...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Races Election notices. Easter excursion fares. Visit Cheltenham to-day. Cheap trips on our railways at Easter. Labor candidates have no axes to grind. All our direct candidates must be re turned. "Tell the boys to pull together."— McPhersoii. Dankel says he's coming out top for Gumeracha. What a lot of gush in our two dailies about the Tennysons ? The risks of labor at Broken Hill are many and serious. Mr. D. Williams at the Democratic Club to-morrow night. Half-yearly meeting of Democratic Club on Tuesday next. New South Wales hard-ehell Conservatives will not have federation. Three years last Tuesday, 14th inst., since the Trades Hall was opened. Too many people are as dishonest as the law allows.-—Atchison Globe. Labor Party in Queensland beating the spineless Ministerialists. What's in a name ? A great deal. Boarders are now " paying guests." Richmond Democratic Club intend holding a social and dance on Friday, April 7. Mr. D. H. Griffin is being enthusiasticall...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN APPEAL BOARD WANTED FOR RAILWAY MEN. MEETING AT TEROWTE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

AN APPEAL BOARD WANTED FOR RAILWAY MEN. MEETING AT TEROWTE. On Sunday afternoon last, March 12, a meeting of railway employes was held at the Imperial Hotel, Terowie. There was a large attendance, and Mr. G. Hosting was elected chairman. Mr. Ward (president of the Enginemen, Firemen, and Cleaners' Association) intro duced the subject of establishing an appeal board. He pointed out how easily it was to make mistakes, and showed that the most careful are at times in danger through a slight error, and contended that if an employe caused an accident through his own want of care he expected to suffer, but if it were caused through defective appliances or an improper system then those whose duty it was to see to these things should suffer, and not sit in judgment on others, who very often are victims of at least a doubtful system of working, or conflicting orders, notices, and rules. The men have no possible chance of having rules interpreted other than against themselves, and to appeal a...

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

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, and COMPANY, 2 2, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, Are now showing Early Shipments of AUTUMN and WINTER GOObS in all the Latest Novelties. SHOW BOOMS—Now fully Stocked with the Newest Fashions in Dress Materials, Mantles, Gapes, Jackets, and Skirts, Furs, Millinery, &c., from the Best English and Parisian Markets. GLOVES, HOSIERY, & LACE GOODS—In all, the Newest Shades and Makes. MAN CHESTER—Blankets, Sheetings, Flannels, Flannelettes. GENTS' DEPARTMENTS—Splendid Ranges of tweeds, Suitings, Coatings, Hats and Shirts, and Underwear. First-class Cutters kept. BOOTS & SHOES—An Immense Assortment in the Best Known Makes. Patterns Sent Everywhere. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR.

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

STEVENSON BROS.' GREAT SHOW OF 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. Lad...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
W.C.T.U. AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

W.C.T.U. AND POLITICS. The following is a copy of the W.C.T.U. political platform :—As adopted at a united meeting of the colonial, district, and local executive committee of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of South Australia, held Tuesday afternoon, February 14, 1899. 1. Temperance.—(a) The platform of the S.A. Alliance, which asks for the principle of tbe direct veto. Such alterations of the Sunday-closing law as shall make it workable. Closing of public-houses on Christmas Day, Good Friday, and election days, and that the word "Elector" instead of " Ratepayer " shall apply to the whole of the L.V. Act, instead of only to the local option section of the Amending Act of 1896. Definition of what constitutes proof of age in case of children supplied with drink, and of power of chairman of Licensing Bench with regard to casting vote. Better pro vision for opposing storekeeper's colonial wine licence, and removal of restriction com pelling memorial against a wine licence to be s...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

NEW SOUTH WALES SHIPPING The mother colony is fortunate in numbering among her legislators a Samuel Plimsoll in the shape of Mr. Sam Smith, M.L.A., secretary of the Federated Seamen's Union, who since his entry into parliament has clearly demonstrated the necessity for men such as he, en fait with all matters pertaining to shipping and the interests of seamen, in the Legislative Halls. We do not wish to infer that shipping interests have not been represented, or have been neglected ; on the contrary, they have, from a shipowner's point of view, been particularly well safe guarded. Unfortunately, however, the interests of those who navigate and work the vessels have been criminally neglected. Mr. Smith has recently made some serious charges against shipowners, which were to the effect that vessels were allowed to trade in and out of the port of Sydney in an unseaworthy state, or in a state which was at variance with the re quirements of the law. The charges of course included serious...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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