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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 April 1899
Passing Notes. Apparently the workers of New South Wales are to be congratulated on their Governor-elect, for Lord Beauchamp has been speaking out very loudly and clearly in England on the subject of low wages. At the Central Poor-law Conference, held recently in London, he said :—" We are told that thrift is an excellent thing, and that the laborer should lay by for himself enough to keep out of the workhouse. That seems to me impossible. It is nothing less than hypocrisy to expect a man to bring up a large family with decency and to lay up for his old age. The laborer who works well deserves as well of his country as the Civil servant, but he is not treated as he deserves, but forced into an asylum that he detests when unable to support himself. Such a state of things is a disgrace." Nothing is more noticeable in England to-day than the growing feeling that destitution is now a disgrace to the com munity, and that in some way or other every member of the community must benefit by ...
COUNTRY LABOR CANDIDATES SUPPORTED BY THE PARTY. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 April 1899
COUNTRY LABOR CANDIDATES SUPPORTED BY THE PARTY. FLINDERS. Mr. A. POYNTON.— Elected April 19, 1893; re-elected April 25, 1896. FROME. Mr. A. A. KIRKPATRICK.—Kleeted for Southern District of the Legislative Council May 16, 1891, and served six years. GLADSTONE. Mr. E. A. ROBERTS.—Elected April 25, 1896. Mr. P. M. DALY. Several of our American exchanges an nounce the formation of a £6,000,000 enamelling and stamping trust, a £1,000,000 zinc trust, a £12,000,000 sras trust in Ohio and Indiana, a £12,000,000 ice trust in New England, a £10,000,000 bridge builders7 trust, a white lime trust, a borax trust, a steel billet and tin bar trust, a Bessemer ore combine, that the £8,000,000 paper trust has absorbed several more indepen dent plants, and that several other com bines have made similar inroads on outside concerns.
The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 April 1899
The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. Mr. J. HUTCHISON. —Elected January 22, 189S. WEST ADELAIDE. Mr. E. L. BATCHELOR.—Elected April 15, 1893 ; re-eleeted April 25, 1896. PORT ADELAIDE. Mr. W. O. ARCHIBALD.—Elected April 15, 1S93 ; re-elected April 25, 1S96. Mr. I. MacGILLIYRAY.—Elected April 15, 1S93 ; re-eleeted April 25, 1896. EAST TORRENS. Mr. F. W. CONEYBEER.— Elected April 15, 1S93 ; re-elected April 25, 1896. MR. JONATHAN HOSKING. WEST TORRENS. Mr. F. J. HOURIGAN.—Elected April 15, 1S93 ; re-eleeted April 25, 1896. ST CRT. Mr. T. PRICE.—Elected April 15, 1893; re-elected April 25, 1896. ENCOUNTER BAY. Mr. W. H. CARPENTER.—Elected April 25, 1S96. GUMERACHA. Mr. G. DANKEL. ONKAPARINGA. Mr. D. H. GRIFFIN. BURRA* Mr. J. HEALY. WOOROORA. Mr. CHARLES BASTARD.
TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 April 1899
TRADE" AND LABOR SOCIETIES. Pakkside Committee.—The annual meeting of the Parkside sub-coinmittee, U.L.P., was held in the James Street Hall, New Parkside, on Saturday evening, March 25. Mr. A. Chappel presided. The election of officers took place as followsPresident, Mr. A. Chappel; vice-presidents, Messrs. M. Durbin and J. Brown ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. H. E. Poole ; delegates Sturt Committee, Messrs. W. J. Poole and J. Brown; delegate Sturt executive, Mr. Chappel. A large amount of business connected with the coming elections was transacted, and it was decided that the committee meet weekly at Mr. Chappel's house, Beaconsfield Terrace, New Parkside. Operative Journeymen Bakers' Society. —This society held its fortnightly meeting at the Trades Hall on Saturday evening last, when the president presided over a large attendance. Reports from Trades and Labor Council, United Labor Party, and picnic committee were received. Correspondence from several .-members, also their contri...
THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 April 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 24 (the 31st being Good Friday), Mr. W. J. Strike (president) being in the chair. NEW DELEGATES. The following new appointments were notified :—Operative Journeymen Bakers' Society, Mr. J. Forrest, in place of Mr. T. Young, retired; Tobacco Twisters' Union, Messrs. W. Welch and H. Green, in place of Messrs. J. Hill and H. Ninnes, retired. BRISBANE INTERCOLONIAL LABOR FEDERATION CONFERENCE. The following correspondence was re ceived with reference to the alteration of the date of the Intercolonial Labor Federa tion Conference to be held in Brisbane in May:—The secretary of the Queensland Provincial Council, A.L.F. (Mr. A. Hinch cliffe) telegraphed—"The fourth of May will suit Queensland." The secretary of the New South Wales Provincial Council, A.L.F. (Mr. J. P. Cochran) wrote that May 4 would suit their delegates. The secretary of the ...
BOOTMAKERS' UNION PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
BOOTMAKERS' UNION PICNIC. There was a very large gathering of boot makers and their families and friends at the National Park on Good Friday, when their annual picnic was held. The beautiful weather made the day's outing most enjoyable. A long programme of sports was gone through, the prizes for which were generously donated by friends. Thè Hons. G. McGregor and W. A. Robinson, and Messrs. Price and Hutchison, M.P.'s, were present. During the afternoon, under the chairman ship of Mr White, the Hon. Gregor McGregor was called upon to address the meeting, and exhorted them to stick together and get their union up to its old strength. If they were to better their position they must organise, not for the purpose of dealing unfairly with their employers, but to see that they them selves were justly dealt by. He was sorry that more of those present did not belong to the union, and trusted they would join at once. At the time they were strong they did not have to accept work on any terms o...
OUR INSTITUTIONS AND CHARITIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
OUR INSTITUTIONS AND CHARITIES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Now that the work of visiting and reporting on the various institutions and charities of Adelaide is done, it may be useful to take a parting glance at these things, so that your readers may not forget them in the stress of everyday life and the more pressing claims of their own homes and families. The Labor Party was anxious for its own sake as representative of the people, as well as for the sake of the Party, to make use of my being in Adelaide, knowing that as Pall Mall correspondent I had visited many of the most important and interesting institutions in Europe, and that I had done similar work for the Daily Chronicle in America ; also that from the time I took interest in anything such places engaged my attention in Ireland and England. "The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,9' was all the Party asked for. I was furnished with a letter from the Chief Secretary ; and I would like to thank the ladies and gentleme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
Notices. GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale and Retad, Booksellers, Stationers, and News Agents, Have on Sale— A BARRIER BRIDE. A Story of the Broken Hill Strike. By George Garnet. Price, paper binding 2s. 6 J. ; cloth 3s. 6d. HALF CROWN BOB. Tales of the Riverine. By Price Warung. Price, 2s. 6d. and 3s. 6d. BELOW AND ON TOP. By Edward Dyson. Illustrations by Phil May and others. Paper binding 2s. 6d. ; cloth 3s. 6d. ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. By Boldrewood. George Robertson & Co Special Edition. Price, Is. For more extended list of new books please appl.v for copy of George Robertson's Monthly Book Circular which will.be posted free to any address. Not'e the Address— FREEMAN STREET, ADELAIDE ; Telephone, 602. 226-77 John Hutchings & Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents, NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CURRIE ST., HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP PROPERTIES f>CC A ROSE PARK, Close St., superior Villa, 6 w rooms, &e., nicely situated,easy walk to city p r O C " MALVERN, Cremorne ...
TOM JONES TO PAT MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
TOM JONES TO PAT MURPHY. Dear Pat—Things are moving in the political world, outwardly I mean. You have seen by the press that the Right Hon. G. G. Kingston has spoken on the Govern ment policy ; consequently the game has started, and all are now on the ball trying to get it through the goal-posts—at one end the Liberal columns, at the other the Tories. The teams are very nearly complete, but up to now the Way mouth Street -N.D. L. selection committee has not got a very strong team together, so that I do not expect to see a very great struggle, and consequently very little interest will be taken, worse luck. You have noticed that when a local football team becomes so strong that the surrounding teams have little likelihood of success, the contest loses its interest. So it is in the political game ; the present Kingston Holder team are so powerful that all the heart is taken out of their opponents. I don't see any probability of a good, active Opposition team. They are without a leade...
NOTES FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
NOTES FROM THE FRONT. . Labor Scouy."] Splendid reports are being daily received of the prospects of the Labor candidates, and the various district committees are all hard at work. At West Torrens Committee meeting there was a splendid master on Tuesday evening at the Town Hall. Encouraging reports were received from Richmond, The barton, and Kilkenny sub-committees. Attention was called to the necessity for securing absent voters' forms for the use of men who are working teiaporarily in the country. This is an important matter. Will all the committees take the hint. The East Torrens and West Adelaide Committees also held meetings the same evening. At East Torrens there was a capital attendance. The social committee reported excellent progress, and the proba bility of the social to be given to Mr. Coneybeer on Tuesday next being a great success, financially and otherwise. A pro gramme of meetiogs was arranged for Messrs. Coneybeer and Hosking. At West Adelaide the canvassers ap poin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
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EAST ADELAIDE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
EAST ADELAÏDE ELECTION. A meeting of the electors of East Adelaide was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday •evening, the Mayor (Mr. A. W. Ware, J.P.) presiding. There was a large attendance and the three announced candidates ad -dressed the meeting. Mr. Hutchison, who was received with cheers, said a little over twelve months ago they did him the honor of electing him one of their representatives in place of the late Mr. McPnerson, whose noble character in spired his old colleagues to-day. He was there to seek a renewal of their confidence on the grounds that he had honestly attempted to carry out all his pledges He .regretted that many of the liberal measures advocated hy him had not become law, but "that was not his fault, nor yet of those who had supported his platform. Their loss was entirely due to the over-representation in parliament of the privileged classes, who cared not how the mass of the people lived and slaved so long as they were the gainers and had their "vested inter...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
To Correspondents. " Mr. T. H. Webb " writes in a compli mentary strain as to the manner in which The Herald is conducted, and expresses himself-as being in full sympathy with the objects of the Labor Party. The rest of his letter is an advertisement and he contra dicts alleged statements of ours which we never made.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
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THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: APRIL 8. 1899. HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: APRIL 8. 1899. HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE. Household suffrage is booming, as it ought. The electors are very properly disgusted with the class domination which prevails under the present system. As the Premier pointed out in the Town Hall, 151,000 of the democracy of South Australia are electors for the House of Assembly and 104,000 of these are disqualified for the Legislative Council. The remaining 47,000, because the}" live in better houses or have &lt;£50 allotments (probably unoccupied, the owners waiting to grab the unearned incre ment), not onty have each a vote for the Assembly but a second vote for the Council. Consequently, though powerless in the popular Chamber to defeat the people's will and work the public ill, a small Conservative majority of these 47,000 electors achieve these objects by their second vote for the Council. Thus say 30,000 rule 120,000, for the command of one House only is sufficient to block all legislative progress. Hence the fr...
WEST ADELAIDE ELECTION. ADDRESS BY THE LEADER OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
WEST ADELAIDE ELECTION. Address by the Leader of the Parliamen tary Labor Party. The Trades Hall, Grote Street, was occu pied on Wednesday evening, April 5, by Mr E. L. Batehelor, M.P., Leader of the Parliamentary Labor Party, who delivered his opening address to the electors of West Adelaide before a large audience. Air. G. H. Buttery presided. Mr. Batchelou, who was enthusiastically received, said that it was the third time he had sought tbe suffrages of the electors of West Adelaide. His policy during the coming three years would be on the same lines as that on which he had been re turned in the past—the platform of the United Labor Party. (Hear, hear. ) It was the only policy that gave any definite lines of action, politically or socially. The policy of their opponents was a policy of negation, a policy with opposition planks only. He urged them that when they heard a man running down the Labor Party platform to look and see what action he proposed to take. Any party worthy of t...
THE PREMIER ON THE LEADER OF THE LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
THE PREMIER ON THE LEADER OF THE LABOR PARTY. The following copy of a letter received from the Right Hon. C. C. Kingston by the chairman of the social recently given to Mr. Batchelor has been handed to us by the secretary of the West Adelaide Committee, U.L.P.:— "Dear Sir—I am very much afraid that a pressing professional engagement will pre vent my presence to-night. I write, how ever, to assure you that I yield to no one in respect for your guest of this evening, my friend and colleague, Mr. E. L. Batchelor. The Labor Party have a right to be proud of him. As a Liberal he has done much good and useful work. Our personal relations have ever been of the happiest description. His district is deeply indebted to him for industrious, intelligent, and patriotic repre sentation. In short, it is my conviction which I feel it my duty to freely avow that no change in his case could be an improve ment, and I earnestly hope that he may have a long continued opportunity of further representing ...
The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 8 April 1899
The Election Campaign. DIRECT LABOR CANDIDATES. EAST ADELAIDE. Mr. J. HUTCHISON. — Elected January 22, 1898. 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. MacGILLTVRAY.—Elected April 15, 1893 ; re-elected April 25, 1896. east torren's. Mr. F. W. CONEYBEER.—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. STÜRT. Mr. T. PRICE.—Elected April 15, 1893; re-elected April 25, 1896. ENCOUNTER BAY. Mr. W. H. CARPENTER.—Elected April 25, 1896. GUMERACHA. Mr. G. DANKEL. ONKAPARINGA. Air. D. H. GRIFFIN. BURRA. Mr. J. HEALY. WOOROORA. Mr. CHARLES BASTARD.