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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

THE SEAMEN'S OUTFITTER AND PRACTICAL TAILOR.' T. MOG-RA.TH, Commercial Road, Port Adelaide (Opposite the Court Ho.use), Serge Suits, £'2 os.; Best Serge, £3 5s.; Tweed Suits from £2 2s.; Trousers from 10/6,. Fit au<l Workmanship Guaranteed.

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

B. GOULD, Grocer, Tea Uealer, &c., NINTH ST., BOWDEN. E. RXTJSTGrE, M.P.S.S.A., Dispensing Chemist, &c. IMPORTER PURE DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINE, and all requirements for the Sick-Rooin. CATTLE, DOG, and POULTRY MEDI CINE. STORES SUPPLIED. LOWEST PRICES. Address— AN&AS STREET PHARMACY (Next Co-Operative Society), VICTORIA SQUARE, ADELAIDE, b J^EATHER! LEATHER! LEATHER! F. WELLER & SON, Leather Cutters, Grindery Merchants, and Boot Upper Manu facturers, are still at old address, No. 193, Rundle-st., nearly opp. Synogogue, where they will be pleased to see and hear from old ami new friends. All requisites for family repairing in stock. Remember address— 193, Rundle-st-., nearly opp. Synagogue. J. T. FITCH "The Corner." SUMMER SALE. BIG REDUCTIONS. Self Sergettes 1 all double Striped Tweeds r_i Wldt!l' Wave Tweed J 7id. yard. New Dress Stuffs, 1/11, 2^11 3/11 doz. New Prints, 1/11, 2/11, 3/11 doz. Remnants. Remnants. Remnants. HUNDREDS § BARGAINS IN ALL DEPA...

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Adelaide Hospital Board. REPORT ON THE NURSING STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Adelaide Hospital Board. { REPORT ON THE MJRSING STAFF. A meeting of the Adelaide Hospital Board was held last Friday afternoon, at which the following report on the nursing staff was read by the Secretary:—Adelaide Hospital, February J 5, 1S95.—To the Board of Management—In conformity with the reso lution of the Board of Management, held on February 1, to the effect "that the House and Medical Committees enquire into the (1) unusual action taken by Nurse Hawkins and other nurses in the manner and language of their appeal to the Premier for an in dependent Board of Enquiry in connection with the appointment of Miss Gordon as Superintendent of Night Nurses; (2) the ! truth or otherwise of the statement made in those appeals ; aud (3) generally as to their conduct in connection with the matter ; that the Joint Committee report to and advise the Boai'd as to what steps they consider should be taken to deal with these nurses." A joint committee meeting of the said com mittees Avas held ...

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Starr-Bowkett Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Starr-Bowkett Societies. The fourth appropriation of tlie Gawler Starr - Bowkett Society took place on Wednesday evening, February 13, Mr. E. Potter presiding, aud Messrs. A. Q. Wells and J. Prendergast acting as scruitueers. Mrs. Rogers was the successful member, the amount being £2Q0. Ax appropriation meeting of the North Adelaide Stavr-Bowkett Society was held at the Friendly Societies' Hall, Tynte-street, qn Wednesday evening, February 13, when the tenth ballot for priority of advanee was taken. Mr. J. K. Gardiner was elected Chairmau, and Messrs. Heinbury aud Wyley were chosen to act as scrutineers. The ballot resulted in No. 164 being drawn, this being the registered number of Mr. Geo. A. Frogley, of Toronto-street, Oving haui, the holder of three shares. An appropriation meeting iu connection with the Unley Starr-Bowkett Society was held in the Wesleyan Lecture Hall, Unley, on Wednesday evening, February 13. His Worship the Mayor (Mr. T. C. Holland) was voted to tlie chair. M...

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Criminal Libel Action. MR. T. PRICE, M.P., THE DEFENDANT. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Criminal Libel Action. T. PRICE, M.P., THE DEFEN DANT. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. A large amount of interest was manifested in the proceedings of the Adelaide Police Court last Friday morning on account of Mr. T. Price, the senior member for Start, having been made the defendant in a criminal action for libel preferred against him by Mr. W. R. Cave, because of certain statements alleged to have been made in connection with a speech delivered by Mr. Price on the Mitcham Reserve on February 7. The Bench was composed of Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., A. Henderson, J. Eitzen, F, W. Wood, J. Abbott, Win, Whyte, and J. Tippett. Only a limited number of the public were admitted, and amongst those present in Court were the Hods. A. A. Kirkpatnck, M.L.C., G. McGregor, M.L.C., R. S. Guthrie, M."L C., and H. Adams, M.L.C., and Messrs. T. H. Brooker, M.P., J. A. MePherson, M.P., E. L. Batchelor, M.P., F. W. Coneybeer, M.P., and F. J. Hourigan, M.P. Mr. J. H. Symon, Q.C., appeared for the infor mant (Cave),...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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Labor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Labor Notes. At an Executive Couueil meeting on Wednesday additional regulations under the Workmen's Liens Act of 1S93 were ap proved. Tub co-operators of Leeds, England, recently started the manufacture of drapery, which is proving successful. They operate also a seventy-five acre farm, a coal mine, brush factory, butcher shops, stores, &c. Four hundred people are employed, and the society lias 31,000 irembeus. Women as Breadwinners.—One of the last reports on the subject shows that there are in America about 275,000 women engaged in mouey-making occupations as follows:—110 lawyers, 165 ministers, 320 authors, 5SS journalists, 2,061 artists, 2,136 architects, chemists, and pliannacists, 2.106 stock raisers and ranchers, 5,135 Govern ment clerks, 2,13S physiciaus and surgeons, 13,1S2 professional musicians, 56,800 fanners and planters, 21,071 clerks and book keepers, 14,465 heads of commercial houses, and 155,000 public school teachers. During 1S94 the Queensland Government ...

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Early Closing. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Early Closing. [Br W. G. Coombs.] My object in writing a few lines on this now much discussed question is to endeavor to raise some enthusiasm in the minds of your readers in favor of the shop assistant. It is a well-known fact that the early closing movement is now in jeopardy, and to es tablish the thing upon a sure foundation we are forced to the conclusion that Parlia ment will have to be appealed to. The necessity of such legislation should be admitted by all reasonable thinking men and women. Mauy people think that we are before the proper time for such action, and con sider the public should be educated more before such a step is taken. Now, what has been done by the Association is educating the people. Let me give a few of the schemes. Monster meetings have been held at which warm-heartel men spoke of the advantages derived from shorter hours of labor. The affiliation of the Association with Trades and Labor Councils and Societies, thus bringing the shop assistants more in s...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political and Social. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Political and Social. A conference has been held lately in ISTew York of delegates from the Populist and Socialist Labor parties, who have agreed to the following bases of action :— Direct legislation. The popular election of all public officers. The abolition of the fee system in public office, and the substitution of fixed stipends. The abolition of capital punishment. Home rule for cities. The Imperative Mandate. A broad and serviceable Bureau of Labor. Nationalisation of all water ways, rail roads, telegraphs, telephones, express systems, and all means of popular iuter course and supply. The popular control of corporate trusts and syndicates, to open the way for integral co-operative institutions. Universal education, compulsory as to children under fourteen years of age. An eight-hour or other short work day. Sanitary inspection of mines, factories, workshops, and homes. Liability of employers for injury to health, body, and life, from omissions or negli gence of themselves or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

HOOPER'S FURNITURE, 49, HIHDLEY STREET. SPECIAL 'heJIFd- PRICES. NOTICE. —Unless this paper is mentioned when ordering we cannot guarantee to supply at rates hereunder, all prices having been prepared specially for identification of orders with the Herald. Further, a Present will be given to all orders of £1 and upwards when name of Paper is mentioned at time of ordering. OUR MOTTO— "He is well served who is well satisfied." IMPROVED FURNISHINGS. Goods Exchanged or Money Returned if satisfaction fails to be given. European goods only. Three Rooms for £15 15s. PARLOUR. —Table, 4-6 x 2-6, turned legs, varnished Cedar color, top 1 in. thick, strong and well finished £0 17 6 Sofa, with strong back, varnished Cedar color; also, set Three Cush ions covered with Fancy Cloth ... 2 3 4 Cane Chairs, Austrian Bent, at 5f- 1 Clock, neat, and good 12 yards Floorcloth ... Hearth Rug. flowered pattern Fender Pair Pretty Curtains BEDROOM.—Bedstead, with head and foot rail, full size, Black or Green...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Try Henderson Bros,' "Angels Tea," One pound goes as far as three One shilling per pound with sugar free. 286, RUNDLE STREET. Try Henderson Bros.' "Angels Tea," One pound goes as far as three One shilling per pound with sugar free. 2SG, RUNDLE STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

" F>UBBER must supersede leather for it boot soles where it can be afforded, because rubber lasts about three 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 froiu £1 Is. downwards, and shoes from 18s. 6d. downwards. One pair of soles with judicious patching where most worn, will outlast an ordinary pair of uppers. Half-soles at 6s. per pair. Factory and Show-room—80a, Pirie-st., Adelaide.

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How Seamen Disappear. AUSTRALIANS! AMEND YOUR SHIPPING LAWS. TEN YEARS' COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. SEAMEN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

How Seamen Disappear. AUSTR ALIANS ! AMEND YOUR SHIP PING LAWS. TEN YEARS' COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. [By Joseph Havelock Wilson, M.F., Enolas©.] SEAMEN The loss re presented by the bar from B to C is due to preventable causes, suoli as under-iu tin ning, incom petent seamen, insufficient stability, want of proper shift ing- boards, o ver-insur auee, reckless navigation, superficial sur veying', over loading, non application of Employers Liability Act to seamen, floating dere licts, &c. —B Tlie loss re presented by the bar from A t-; B is pro bably due to causes which cannot easily be prevented. -A IK076 0-12 0*14 1-15 per cent, percent, percent. i»ercent. The above diagram lias been constructed from. statistics contained in the " Report on the Work of tlie Labor Department of the Board of Trade, 1893-4," and issued Novem ber 2S, 1S94. Tlie following are the par ticulars which form the basis of the dia gram :— Industries. § g. g w> . >i~J Cmh 2 - o s h <5 l-q Fac...

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THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB PREMISES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB PREMISES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—The Committee of the Democratic Club respectfully ask you to publish the following reply to the gross misstatements contained in the Herald. In the first place none are more painfully aware of the un suitableness of the premises occupied by the club than its members, hut until they are sufficiently wealthy to build they must be content with the preseut accommodation. It is quite true the club has been unfortu nate with regard to some of its servants, but that is a misfortune shared by the best com mercial and banking houses. The present Secretary (who is an unpaid officer) was a respected member of the club for yenrs before being connected with the brewing trade, and holds his present position at the urgent request of his fellow members. Also, the writer of the extract referred to neg lected to state that the President of tlie club is au ardeut Rechabite. The very un deserved strictures in regard to the bar are stated by the writer to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY'S SUMMER CLEARING SALE IN" O "W PEOCEEDIlirG, ALL S00DS MAKKED IN PLAIN FIGUEES. Special attention given to Country Orders, TERMS GASH Warehouses—22? RUDDLE STREET,

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A Successful Railway Society Organizer. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

A Successful Railway Society Organizer. Mr. Edward Harford, the Secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, England, is doubtless known to many rail way men in South Australia "who have worked on English railways, Notwithstand ing that what would amount to almost in superable difficulties to most men, he has been able to accomplish by tact and persis tent effort. Mr. Harford was born in Bristol in 183S. Five years after his birth the family removed to Tiverton, in Devonshire. He was apprenticed to the confectionery trade, but after a few months, wearied of the close confinement, he entered the service of the Bristol and Exeter Railway Company, now part of the Great Western, as a rail way porter. It was not long before lie M as made a shunter ; then he went to the signal box, where lie was obliged to work sixteen and eighteen hours a day, without inter mission. Leaving the signal cabin he suc cessively passed through the various grades of guard and passenger guard, fina...

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The Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

The Unemployed. [Br T. E. Will, M.A., in The, Ar<na.~\ Unequal Weai-th-Distribution.—Mauy are now awakening to the fact that the millionaire is abroad in the land ; but few probably recognise, as yet, connection be tween a Gould with his $72,000,000, a Rockefeller with liis §120,000,000 or .$140,000,000, and an " unemployed" army ; yet the connection exists and is vital. If laborers are to find a place in our present industrial organisation, their em ployment must be pieceded by an effective demand for their products. Production is carried ou, not for those simply who want, but for those who can buy. Obviously the income of a single Gould or Rockefeller must equal the combined incomes of an army of ordinary citizens. §120,000,000 at 5 per cent, would yield an annual return equal to the joint earnings of 12,000 men working at the rate of §500 each per year. Estimating a family of five persons, it then appears that the income of a single millionaire family, such as that of ...

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On Strike [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

On Strike J Strike downward to the root of crime, No matter what the place or time, With certain aim ; Strike at the false wherever found, Strike far and near, strike all arotiud, Strike till the very heavens resound A true man's fame. Strike at Society's poor sham Of Charity—the robbers' balm— With sturdy blow ; Upon the many forms of theft, U pon all deeds of conscience reft, Bring down the axe with mighty heft, And lay them low. Strike 'gainst the Wrong and for the Eight, Strike through the darkness toward the light, And clear the way ; Strike toward the far celestial sphere Where Reason reigns, nor bend the ear In fatal foolishness to '-ear What blind men say. Strike though 110 gaiu be traceable, Strike though the foe implacable Stand hard and fast; Strike in the noble cause of strife, Strike one great IjIow for Death or Life, Strike till the day of Justice rife Be won at last. Zero. —Coast Seamcrfs Journal. j

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Current Topics. OtJR attention has been called to the fact that daring the past few weeks rumours have been persistently circulated that it is not the intention of the senior member for West Adelaide (Mr. E. L. Batehelor) to seek re-election for that constituency when his present term of office expires. We are authorized to say that there is absolutely no foundation for the rumour, and Mr. Batehelor, when addressing his constituents at the Central Market last night gave it an emphatic denial. As aunouuGeujent appears in our business columns notifying that curespondence in tended for the Port Adelaide Trades and Labor Council should be addressed to Mr. G. Ruffield, Friendly Societies' Rooms, Port Adelaide. Mil. R- Wood, M.P., visited the city on Saturday from the Gorge, where he has been prospecting for gold on private pro perty during the past four or five weeks. So far he has been successful in obtaining about 14 dwts. of the precious metal, and believes that about fifty men could ...

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The Weekly Herald. ADELAIDE: FEBRUARY 22, 1895. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

The Weekly Herald. ADELAIDE : FEBRUARY 22, 1895. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL MUDDLE. Elsewhere we publish tlie report of tlie joint committee appointed to enquire into certain matters connected witli the appointment of Miss Gordon as Superin tendent of ISight Nurses at the Adelaide Hospital, which was read at a meeting of the Board held, last Friday afternoon. We have on more than one occasion called attention to several unsatisfactory features connected with this case during its progress, in the hope that steps would be taken to ensure that substantial justice would be done to all concerned, In this respect we have been greviousiy disappointed, as each succes sive development has made matters con siderably worse than they were before. The latest phase of this muddle, how- i ever, leaves no manner of doubt as to j what ought to be done now. For about two months the public has been waiting and watching with anxiety every move made by the Board, and loud complaints have been heard on every ...

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Bootmakers' Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 22 February 1895

Bootmakers' Pienie. The ninth annual picnic of the Operative Bootmakers' Union, in aid of distressed members and families, was held at Oaklands, the estate of Mr. H. Crozier, kindly lent for the occasion, on Monday, the IStliijist. The weather was all that could be desired, and Oaklands being such a splendid paradise for a picnic, it was one of the largest and most successful that has taken place. Starting from the Selborne Hotel at about 10 o'clock, the picnickers filled twenty drags and other conveyances. The route of the procession through the city was by way of King William - street, Grenfell - street, Ruudle street, and Hindley-street, down the Bay road to Miller's Corner, thence to Oaklands. Mr. Clark, of Hill & Co., had the manage ment of the drags, and the courteous and efficient manner in which he carried out l>is duties was much appreciated Ly the com mittee of management. An attractive pro gramme of sports, comprising sixteen events, was carried out. The handie...

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