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"THE WORKERS: AN EXPERIMENT IN REALITY." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

"THE WORKERS: AN EXPERI MENT IN REALITY." Mr. Wyckoff, the author of " The Workers: an Experiment in Reality," explains his position in the following ■quotation:—"Only through living is it .given unto men to know; none but the heaven-sent may know otherwise. Not by experiment, but only through the poingnancy of real agony and joy is my secret learned." He was born a member of the "com fortable" classes, and he determined to learn from personal experience what the life of the manual laborer is like both in town and country. He selected Chicago for his experiment in reality, being an American citizen, and journeyed there in the winter, arriving without a cent in •South Chicago. His first night there he spent in a prison, the basement of which is used by the unemployed who have not money to pay for beds; and he gives a sickening account of the filth of this place. The following morning he received from the prison cook a mug of coffee and a crust of bread, and then went to look for work...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

"GUARD" CY?^I!sand MANUFACTURED BY Gard Bros., 29, GOUGE R STREET, Bicycles on Hire. All Accessories. 241 THE Ttt Q SHEEP .U.O. SHEAR holds the World's Record for Quality. Made toy Co-Opera tive Trades Unionists. 188-239 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, FtSH, 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 Pure, it has a delightful ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

A LADY WHO WALKS WELL Is Mrs. Hariett Jordan, 22 Eden Street, off Angas Street, Adelaide, S.A., so Mrs. Jordan told a reporter of Quiz and the Lantern who called upon her. Some time ago, however, she did not care to walk at all. "For three years," said Mrs. Jordan to the pressman, " I was a great sufferer from indigestion and sluggishness of the liver, was often for days laid up in bed, with hot poultices wrapped around me to try and get relief from pain. I lost my appetite, and was always feeling depressed and low spirited. About six weeks ago I was recom mended to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I did so, and they gave me almost immediate relief. I have taken altogether three boxes, and I now feel quite a different woman. I feel better and stronger than I have done for years. When I used to go for a short walk, I felt severe pains between the shoulders, but now I can walk any distance without feeling any pains at all. I hope this statement will be published as I am anxious thajt eve...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

Passing Notes. New South Wales is to have a State Bank, the Reid Government proposing to borrow £500,000 at 3J per cent, and lend it out at 4 per cent, in sums not exceed £200 to holders of conditional purchases, conditional leases, settlement leases, homestead leases, and homestead selec tions. Before starting business the Premier of New South Wales would do well to study our State Bank, unless he wants his experiment to go hat-in-hand to the Treasury for assistance. His margin is too narrow to begin with, £25,000 a year having to cover working expenses, bad debts, interest on money between the time it is borrowed and the time it is lent out, or between the time it is repaid and the time it is lent out again. Sydney Bulletin suggests that New South Wales should absorb £500,000 of State legal tender notes instead of bor rowing money to start the bank. The currency of the colony includes £1,278,000 of paper money issued by the banks, and the province's note issue never sinks any wher...

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TASMANIAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

TASMANIAN NOTES. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) I am sending some of my impressions and experience gained by my eight weeks work in Hobart. I left Melbonrne on January 5, and returned on March 1. The object of my visit was to help forward the Labor movement and the candidature of J. Paton, of the Clipper. My arrival at Hobart on the sixth was duly notified, and I was most cordially received by a band of democratic brothers, who manifested the greatest good will at my earning among them. I was duly advertised to speak upon the Hobart Wharf on Sunday, the eighth, and great was the interest and curiosity aroused to hear " the chap from Melbourne. It was estimated that at least 1,000 attended, and the reception I received at their hands was most cordial and assuring. , By the way, the Hobart Wharf is rather a pleasant place to speak on, and during vn$ stav I used it for Sunday work. Ihe wharf is provided with heavy canvas cur tains, which can be let down if the weather should be at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

MILD-DARK* PLUG TOBACCO

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TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. Labor Regulation League.—Mr. D. Williams lectured in the Botanic Park on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the above league on the " Fallacies of protec tion." Mr- W. Gilbert presided over a good attendance. The lecturer said he was sometimes blamed for giving too much time and thought to the fiscal policy, but the reason he gave it so much time and thought was because lis recognised that ic underlied all other useful reforms. Indirect taxation was the obstacle in 4)he way of the great question of land reform, and until it was removed we could have no great measure of prosperity whatever else we may <xo. He said there was a fallacy existing in the minds of some people to the effect that cheap wages meant cheap production, and dear wages dear production. He would show that the reverse of that was the truth. A protective duty, he said, hindered pro duction by making the producer's material dear, while freetrade helped production by giving the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 18 March 1899

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 set youp 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 everything- you Buy. See that they are the Little Green Coupons, and bear the name of THE CO - OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD., 117a Bundle Street. 237 GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale and Retail Booksellers...

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THE CHILDREN'S HOME, WALKERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

THE CHILDREN'S HOME, WALKER VILLE. (By our Special Commissioner.) This is a very churchy affair, and its raison d' etre seems to be to bring up a few children, who would be better off under the care of the State Children's Department, on Church of .England principles of the High Church stamp. It began after a mission organised by Bishop Kennion in Adelaide, and it has gone on for some nine or ten years. At the present time 3*2 children live in it, 5 girls and 23 boys who attend the church school close by, and 4 children who are too young for school. The children look well, and appear to be happy and comfort able. Archdeacon Dove takes much interest in the place, and Mrs. Dove is a constant visitor. The children wear a uniform of dark and light blue for best, and for every day wear clothes made up from presents sent to the home by philanthropic persons. A matron, sub-matron, and housekeeper have charge of the home, and the boys and girls do all the work of it, with the excep tion of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

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-boob. 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 youp 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 everything you Buy. See that they are the Little Green Coupons, and bear the name of THE CO-OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD., 117a Run, die Street. 237 GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale and Retail Booksellers, ...

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TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

TOM JONES TO HIS COUNTRY COUSIN. Bear Harry—Time flies; another week gone, and the next elections a week nearer. Are you going strong in your district? A mighty struggle will take place in some of the districts down here, and the power of money is already at work. It is very in teresting to study the lavish way men of small personal means (who are candidates) are spending just at present- They are giving from their small means more than they can honestly afford—or they are but the puppets of the fatman organisation of Waymouth Street. It must be indeed ennobling for such candidates to feel that they are the creatures of the organised forces of oppression, and will have to vote for the power that paid their expenses. I hear that a large sum of money and abundance of office labor are at the command of some of the N.D.L. candidates, both town and country, and that some moneyed men have made their last sacrifice to help towards wiping the Labor Party out of existence. There has been a g...

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NOTES FROM THE FRONT. WEST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

NOTES FROM THE FRONT. Labor Scout."] WEST ADELAIDE. It has been announced in the dailies, and uncontradicted so far, that Councillor Denny is not going to enter the lists against the Labor Party and Ministerial champions, Messrs. Batchelor and Kingston. Mr. Jas. Shaw has been spoken of as a likely candi date, but I have it on good authority that he has not the slighest intention of con testing the seat, so that up to date there is no opposition in this district. The West Adelaide Committee of the ILL.P. is, how ever, hard at work getting ready for emergencies. They propose to follow up the smoke social to Mr. Batchelor with a ladies' social and dance in order to work up a strong ladies' committee. So the West Adelaide boys are not likely to be caught napping, and bar carelessness and over confidence, the leader of the Party holds an impregnable position in the blue-ribbon of democracy. EAST ADELAIDE. In this district it looks as if there was to be a three-cornered fight. Alderman Jo...

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COUNTRY LABOR CANDIDATES SUPPORTED BY THE PARTY. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

COUNTRY LABOR CANDIDATES SUPPORTED BY THE PARTY. FLINDERS. Mr. A. POYNTOK—Elected April 19, 1S93 ; re-elected April 25, 1896. FROME. Mr. A. A. KIRKPATRICK.— Elected for Southern District of the Legislative Council May 16, 18yl, and served six years. Recently selected by a combined committee of electors representing farmers, tradesmen, and railwaymen to contest the District of Frome. GLADSTONE. Mr. E. A. ROBERTS.—Elected April 25, 1896. Mr. P. M. DALY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 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. 6d., Tapioca Is. 6d., Canary Seed Is. 6d., Sago Is. 6d., Bee chain's Pills 8 Jd., Pink Pills 2s. 6d., Bile Beans Is., Cough Elixir Is., Eucalyptus 6d., Ayer's Sarsaparilla 3s. 9d., Ayer's Pills 10d., 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 4Jd., 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, Cream ta...

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The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. Mr. J. MUTCHIbOJN.—.Elected January 22, 189S. WEST ADELAIDE. Mr. E. L. BATCHELOR.—Elected April 15,1893 ; re-elected April 25, 1896. PORT ADELAIDE. Mr. W. O. ARCHIBALD.—Elected April 15, 1893 ; re-elected April 25, 1896. Mr. I. MacGILLIVRAY.—Elected April 15, 1893 ; re elected April 25, 1896. EAST TORRENS. Mr. F. W. CONEY BEER.—Elected April 15, 1893; re-elected April 25, 1896. MR. JONATHAN HOSKING. WEST TORRENS. Mr. F. J. HOURIGAN.—Elected April 15, 1893 ; re-elected April 25, -1896. STURT. Mr. T. PRICE.—Elected April 15, 1893; re-elected April 25, 1896. ENCOUNTER BAT. Mr. W. H. CARPENTER.—Elected April 25, 1896. (iTTMERACHA. Mr. G. DANKEL. OXKAPARIXGA. Mr. D. H. GRIFFIN. BURRA. Mr. J. HEALY. WOOROORA. Mr. CHARLES BASTARD.

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WEST AUSTRALIAN NOTES. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

WEST AUSTRALIAN NOTES. [From Perth Labor News.] COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. The impending struggle between the Steamship Owner's Association and the Lumpers' Union, owing to the proposed reduction of wages, brings out vividly the inherent hatred of the capitalist to the right of collective bargaining claimed by the worker. The employers realize much more than the wage-earner, that is, if the standard wage is not fixed by an organised body the wage tendered to, and accepted by, the worker is invariably low. The reason of this is not far to seek. If every worker engaged in any one occupation takes whateverwages he can obtain, irrespec tive of what his fellow worker is getting, it is simply a question of time when the employer cuts down the wages. The individual worker then assures himself that if he does not accept the wages offered, other men will, so he accepts the reduction, cursing his luck (if there is such a thing). At the same time this state of things con stitutes the capitalists "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

ONKAPABINCA RACING GLUB. ^.N3VU^.I. B^.GZS IMEEZITXlffG. OAKBANK COURSE. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1899. Handicap Hurdle Race of £500—to start at 12.5 p.m. Trial Stakes of £100 " 12.50 " Onkaparinga Cup of £500 " 1.30 " LTJIffCIIBOIff. Great Eastern Steeplechase of £1,000—to start at 2.45 p.m. Hills Railway Stakes of £250 " 3.30 " Amateur Steeplechase of £150 " 4.15 " Disposal Stakes of £100 " 5 " Admission—Members free to all parts of the Course; Non-Members, to Course Is., by Ticket to be obtained at the Gates. Children under 8 years free. No charge will be made for Traps. To Stand, Enclosure, and Birdcage 10s., where a £1 and £5 Totalizator will be worked. To Derby Stand and Enclosure 2s. 6d., where a 10s. Totalizator will be worked. Membership Fee, One Guinea, including Member's and Two Ladies' Tickets. Privileges —use of Members' Stand and Lawn, Members' Bar and Afternoon Tea Room—Ladies' Cloakroom,. Members' Carriage Reserve, and Reserve for Members' Horses (which is greatly enl...

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S.A. RAILWAY SERVICE MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

RAILWAY SERVICE MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. The council of the above association held a meeting on March 20. The president (Mr. E. L. Batchelor, M.P.) occupied the chair. Wallaroo Branch informed the council that it intended holding a social, and would be pleased if the president and general secretary could attend same. Petersburg Branch brought under the notice of the council the question of railway employes being suspended for a long period for minor offences. The matter was ad journed till the next meeting with the view of getting fuller information by the general secretary. Murray Bridge Branch called the atten tion of the council to a matter affecting the permanent way employes and their families in the Ninety-mile desert, owing to no provision being made on No. 8 goods train for passengers. Left in the hands of the executive to deal with. The same branch stated that a resolution was carried that it was advisable that all classes in the service should have an opportunity of giving evid...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

. The Gladstone Banquet.—The banquet at Gladstone in honor of Messrs. Roberts and Catt, members for that district, does not seem to have been a complete success. The fifty invitation tickets sent to Port Pirie were all returned, and there was not a single representative of that enter prising town amongst the guests of the corporation. This action on the part of the Port residents has provoked a lot of adverse comment, but if, as we understand, these gentlemen are running a second Labor candidate in opposition to Mr. Catt, they probably would feel very much out of place at a political banquet intended as an ex pression of confidence in the old members. Mr. Roberts made a characteristic speech, in which lie defended the Party from some attacks ; but in doing so, if correctly rej>orted, lie did an injustice to Mr. Hourigan at the expense of the other Labor mem bers : .or to the others at Mr. Hourigan's expense. The Labor Party's platform is to alter the incidence of taxation by taki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 25 March 1899

TOBACCOS Retail at Wholesale Prices. MAX LEWIN, 84, KING WILLIAM STREET (Opposite the Bank o£ Adelaide). Bengali Razors, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d., 5s. 6d., 6s. 6d., 7s. 6d. Weber's Razors, 4s. 6d., 5s. 6d., 7s. 6d. Razor Strops, Is., 2s., 2s. 6d., &c. Shaving Brushes, 6d., 9d., Is., Is. 6d., 2s., 2s. 6d., &e. Pocket KniveSj Rogers', Lockwood's, John son's, &e., Is. 6d. to 10s. Specialties: HEAVY WEIGHT No. 1 MANILAS, Six a Shilling, or I5s..per 100. Gr.B.D. PIPES, first quality, 2s., 2s. 6d., 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d., 5s. 6d., 6s. 6d., 10s. 6d. Ambers to Fit any Pipe. 208-59 Orders from the Country Promptly Executed. Cash and Postage must be sent with Order. JOHN MARTIN AND COMPANY, LIMITED, HAVE NOW OPENED LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEW WINTER GOODS, AND ARE MAKING A GRAND DISPLAY IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. The Favor of an Early Visit of Inspection is Invited. 98, lOO, 102, 104, 106, 108, 108a, Rundle Street, Adelaide. And at Port Adelaide and London. Chateau Tanunda Brandy QUALITY UNSURP...

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