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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

SMART OFFICE BOY WANTED. Apply Herald Office, 28, Gi'enfell street, Monday, at 10 o'clock. rjlHEATRE ROYAL. Lessee Mr. Wybert Reeve Sub-Lessees & Managers}^; ^icau^ Business Manager ... Mr. W. JET. Wallace SECOND WEEK of the Broiigh-BoDcicault Company. TO-NIGHT, LAST PERFORMANCE BUT ONE OF RALPH R. LUMLEY'S ORIGINAL FARCICAL COMEDY, AUNT JACK. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, SOWING THE WIND, By the author of " A Village Priest," " In Honor Bound," &c., &c. Dress-circle and Reserved Stalls, 5s.; Stalls, 3s.; Gallery, Is. Box-plan at Marshall's Music Warehouse. Day sale at Armbriister & Co.'s. Children in arms not admitted. Doors open at 7 ; commence 8 sharp ; car riages 10.25,

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

ROWING.^ The South Australian Rowing Associa tion opened the season on Saturday after noon by holding scratch fours. The course was from the weir to the Adelaide shed, and in the first heat Wheatley (No. 2) in Cox's crew broke his oar shortly before the start. The final heat was won by Bayly's crew, which was made up as follows:— Bayley (stroke), Lewis (3), Jackman (2), Kennedy (bow.) One fine morning this week I found myself on the " tow-path" of the Torrens, and at the Commercial's boatshed came across the club's popular and hard-working Secretary, Mr. Grigg. He gave me a courteous invita tion to look around, and although the space is pretty well taken up with craft of all sorts and sizes, he says he will have plenty of room for the new four-oar Edwards, of Melbourne, has in hand. The craft will be one of the best this master of the art of boat building has ever turned out, and is due here by the end of the month. It is essen tially necessary that oarsmen should, in order to make ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Hon. Mr. R. C. Baker, C.M.G. (President), Southern. Southern.—Hons. J. H. Gordon, A. A. Kirkpatrick, G. McGregor, Sir E. T. Smith, K.C.M.G., and J. L. Stirling (Chairman of Committee). Northern.—Hons. A. It. Addison, J. G. Bice, Dr. A. Campbell, J. Darling, J. V. O'Loghlin, and E. Ward. North-Eastern. —Hons. M. P. F. Basedow, J. J. Duncan, W. Haslain, J. Martin, J. Warren, and W."RusselL Central.—Hons. D. M. Charleston, H. Adams, H. R. Fuller, R. S. Guthrie, Dr. S. J. Magarey, and W. A. Robinson.

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Parliamentary Mems. THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

Parliamentary Mems. [Br Gallery Man.] THE MINISTRY. Premier and Attorney-General—Hon. C. C. Kingston, Q.C., M.P. Chief Secretary—Hon. J. H. Gordon, M.L.C. Treasurer—Hon. F. W. Holder, M.P. Minister of Education and Agriculture— Hon. Dr. Cockburn, M.P. Commissioner of Crown Lands—Hon. P. P. Giilen, M.P. Commissioner of Public Works—Hon. J. G. Jenkins, M.P. Government Whip — Mr. O'Loughlin, M.P.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

Legislative Council, October 16. Hon. F. Basedow wanted to know, you know, whether the Government were pre pared to reduce Parliamentary men and salaries. With his usual bland smile the Chief Secretary, of course, gave a negative reply. The Council, on the motion of the "Chief," and seconded by Dr. Campbell, agreed to withdraw their amendment pro viding for the freeing of raisins from the taxation proposals. Electoral Bill read a first time. The second reading of the Mining on Private Property Bill was carried after some further debating by Mr. Guthrie. Clauses 1 and 2 passed in Committee, after which progress was reported. Second reading Federal Council's Bill carried. Vermin Bill discussed in Committee ; a number of alterations and amendments made. House adjourned twelve minutes past 3. House of Assembly. House opened with a petition from Mr. Gilbert in favour of retaining the Railway Commissioners. Mr. McDonald elicited the information that some stone had been con demned on the H...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Conservative.—The Speaker {The Hou. Sir J. Coles), Ash, G., Caldwell, R., Castine, J. W., Downer, H. E., Downer, Ron. Sir J. W., Gilbert, W., Giles, C., Hawker, E. W., Johnson, J. C. F., McDonald, A., McLachlan, J., Packham, D., Short, A., Solomon, V. L., White, J. W. Moderate Conservative.—Blacker, W. J., Griffiths, W., Hague, J., Handvside, A. D., Randell, W. R. Ultra Conservative. —Riddoch, G. Independent.—Houiburg, R. Liberals.—Bartlett, H., Brooker, T. H., Burgoyne, T, Cock, J., Cockburn, Hon. Dr. J. A., Foster, R. W., Gillen, P. P., Grainger, H. A., Hawker, Hon. G. C., Holder, F. W., Jenkins, J. G., Kingston, Hon. C. G.-, Landseer, A. H., O'Loughlin, L., Scherk, J. T. Moderate Liberal.—Butler, R., Catt, Hon. A., Howe, Hon. J. H., Kelly, J. R., Lake, G. H. Labour.—Archibald, W. O., Batchelor, E. L., Coney beer, F. W., Hooper, R., Hourigan, F. J., MacGillivray, I., McPher son, J. A., Pjynton, A., Price, T., Wood, R. Nondescript.—Moule, J. ♦ The following is th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 19 October 1894

J. R. BAXTER, No. 6, Hanson Street, ADELAIDE, SEWING MACHINIST. ew and Second-hand Machines. Wheeler and Wilson's latest improved, Singer, Wertlieim, and White's, and all other makes. Machines Exchanged or Repaired. All Repairs Guaranteed for Twelve Months. IRONMONGERY at LOWEST PRICES. Needles, Shuttles, and parts of any Machines sent by post. Agent for Metters' Patent Improved Ovens and Washing Coppers; 12-gal. Steel Case ISs. (id. New books on "forward MOVEMENT" AT G. H. BUTTERY'S, PIRIE STREET (Next Selborne Hotel. THE FAVORITE FAMILY teas are the VAUXHALL C.J.LC. BLENDS; established over 40 years. Hutt-street, Adelaide. J. Z. SELLAR. INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATION. Each for all! All for each ! Co-Operative Boot Manufacturing Society. Workers stick to your colors, and support a Society established to forward your interests, and patronize 7, HINDLEY STREET, A few doors from Kiug William- streeet. Head Office and Factory—Pitt-street, City. WEBB & SON, PRINTERS, Bookbinders, Machi...

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AGENCIES. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

AGENCIES. (Agents for sale of Weeldy Herald wanted everywhere). CITY. Rigby, W. C., King William-street. Roberts, A. H,, King William-street Wadey, C., King William-street. Battery, G. H., Pirie-street. Grodt, A., Pirie-street. Baxter, J. R., No. 6, Hanson-street. Hill, W., c/o C. Tyley, Pulteney-street. Sellar, J. Z., " VauxhallHouse," Hutt-street. Rogers, C., Gawler-place. Knight, C., O'Connell-strect, N.A. Clinton, D., Hindley-street. Bennett, S. J., 119, O'Connell-street, N.A. Phillips, C. S., 203, King William-street Neville & Co., Adelaide Railway Station Oliver, H., Hanson-street Gray, Freeman-street Penno, Henry, outside G.P.O. SUBURBS. Waterman, H. M., Semaphore. White, W., Glanville. Coombes, H. Beulah-road, Norwood. Norris, F. Beulah-road, Norwood. Hogan, H., 142, Parade, Norwood. Stanford, J., Slnpster's-road, Kensington. Sincock, Tlios., Islington. Shillingford, Thos., Ridleyton, Hindmarsh. Kustis, G., Port Adelaide. Hodgson, A. T., Parade, Norwood Heath, T., Pa...

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HOMING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

HOMING. The Woodville Club hold the eleventh race of the season from £ugle Ranges on Saturday. The Hon. Secretary, Mr. Collius, has received twelve nominations, and expects ten to start. The birds should arrive in the following order—Mr. Francis' 1, Mr. Mad dern's 2, and Mr. Boon's 3; if any surprise is to take place, Mr. Formbv should supply it. Tanners' and Curriers' Union propose taking up ten shares in WeeMy Herald— other Unions please note. Mr. Archibald Macbie first advertiser in Herald re municipal affairs—running for Mayor of Unley.

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

RACING. The Canlfield Cup of 1894 is an event of the past, but Paris has shown himself to be one of the best horses that ever put head through bridle. Devon and Bruin filled the places. Mr. Paterson believes that 71b. extra lost him the Cup, and many judges say Bruin would have won had Power ridden more judiciously. However, everything said, the performance of Paris stamps him a great performer. Gale, who made a dead heat with Blue Cap in the Nursery Handicap, is beautifully bred. By imported Nautilus (a son of Hermit—Barchettina) from Cyclone—by Gang Forward; Newminster, the sire of Hermit being by Touchstone—Beeswing. Isn't he good enough to win the Mari bymong ? Keep your eye on Port Admiral in the Williainstown Cup, run on November 9th. The South Australian champion has not shown his true form yet. The Moonee Valley Cup is run on Saturday. This is always a difficult race in which to pick the winner, unless you are on the spot. Carlsbad (6 st. S lb.) I like, and Matai {7 st.) wil...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

CRICKET. The opening of the season took place 011 Saturday, when the Norwood v. Hindmarsh and North Adelaide v. South Adelaide matches were commenced on the Adelaide Oval. The cricket was not particularly interest ing, the majority of the players evidently having had very little practice. Wilkiuson's display of batting, however, made up for a great deal; and I am glad ta see Jones has made a good start. Jack Lyons started with a duck. He is reserving the century scores until the Englishmen arrive. I am afraid Humphries will have a warm time of it. At the Kensington Oval Ports and Australs met. Ports went in first, Kinnear and Hack scoring 21 and 17 respectively. Total, eight wickets for 99. Old " W.G." is not done for yet. Playing In the match Gentlemen v. Players last month at Hastings he scored 131 against the best professional bowling of England, being eventually caught oft' Lockwood. He first played in this annual fixture thirty years ago, at the age of sixteen. Stoddart came of...

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Sport and Pastime. FIXTURES. ADELAIDE OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

Sport and Pastime. [By Toro.] FIXTURES. Adelaide Oval. Oct. 27—Hiudmarsli v. Norwood. " N. Adelaide v. S. Adelaide. Kensington Oval. Oct. 27 —Austral v. Port Adelaide.

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On the Track Towards Freedom. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

On the Track Towards Freedom. [By "Bi,uey."] No. 3. Two great problems are absorbing public attention this week in Australia. The daily newspapers are flooded with news and forecasts concerning one of these, and Her Majesty's G-overnors and Commanders-in-Chief from the several Australian Colonies will be present in Melbourne to witness its solution. Pro bably nearly a hundred thousand private citizens of Australia will also take part in the demonstration, and on the trysting day the telegraph lines will be cleared, and all commerce laid aside for the moment in order that the expectant world may know the winner of the Mel bourne Cup of 1894. The other problem is not so exciting perhaps at the moment; but it is more momentous in its issue, and the time is coming when Governors and society leaders, and daily newspapers alike will give it more attention even than the racing carnival. Need I say that I refer to that very prosaic and disagreeable subject known as the Unemployed Pro blem ?...

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DEMOCRATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

DEMOCRATIC CLUB. On Sunday evening Mr. W. S. Bickford delivered an address at the above club on " State Education at Home and Abroad." In his opening remarks he apologised for borrowing the title of a subject which, beiDg of the deepest interest to all, had been dealt witli by abler exponents of social reform. His residing and experience as a member of a Board of Advice for six years had con firmed his judgment of long ago that it was to our best interest to uphold the present education system in South Australia. Details might from time to time require alteration for the better, but the trend of the Education Acts of 1875, 1878, 1891, and the amended regulations of 1S92 was, in his opinion, entirely iu the direction of guiding the training of the young into the channels necessary to fit them for the practical duties of life. In South Australia a very com mendable course that had been adopted was the establishment of the Public Schools Decoration and Floral and Industrial Asso ciatio...

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Flashes from J.O.L. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

Flashes from J.O.L. Our cause has been and still is sneered at by certain parties and their tools. We were called "lions, &c.," but nasty satire only shows up the weakness of oppo nents' position, and recoils as spite always does. We must go straight ahead, and use only fair means to gain our ends, but will have to sink personalities and internal friction. Our army must be loyal to officers, have mode of operations to be decided by meeting of generals, and those generals to act under one superior, using anti-friction methods. Ode battle will be long and incessant, our first command to fight comes with reason— that reason must act and give results; but the acts must be fair, so it is best to fight boldly and openly; use speech and often, but let it be the fairest your superior in stincts dictate, pass your papers and books on to sleepers, idlers, and opponents of the cause. Brains you can't give, but give food that will help to clear what they have. Speech often confuses more...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

rjlHEATRE ROYAL. Lessee Mr. Wybert Reeve Sub-Lessees & Managers } g= — Business Manager ... Mr. W. H. Wallace FOURTH WEEK o£ the Brongh-Boncicaolt Company. TO-NIGHT, FRIDAY, OCT. 26, POSITIVELY LAST PERFORMANCE of SYDNEY GRUNDY'S GREAT PLAY SOWING THE WIND. SATURDAY, MONDAY, and TUESDAY, Oscar Wilde's Famous Play, LADY WINDEKMEEE'S FAIT, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER. Dress-circle and Reserved Stalls, 5s.; Stalls, 3s.; Gallery, Is. Box-plan at Marshall's Music Warehouse. Day sale at Armbriister & Co.'s. Childien in arms not admitted. Doors open at 7 ; commence S sharp ; car riages 10.25. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE UNLEY MUNICIPALITY. Ladies and Gentlemen—In compliance with the "wish of many ratepayers, I have pleasure in announcing my candidacy for the office of Mayor for the ensuing year. In the meantime, Yours obediently, ARCHIBALD MACKIE. Malvern, Oct. 25, 1894. SMOKE TWIST. The Tobacco Twisters' Union respectfully solicit all smokers to use TWIST TO...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

Notes. [By 3?hiliiibtrster.] Somebody, never mind who, lias been twitting me with being afraid to chide the working man about liis vices. Well, I guess that individual didn't know who he was talking to. If I were merely "running for money" there might be some foundation for such an observation, but before I am done with these notes I hope it will be generally acknowledged that my cuffs arc fairly distributed. Why, the Herald is a working man's paper, and it would indeed be a one sided affair if its sole business was to pat its patrons on the back. But I guess that's not my way. And just here for a start let me toe the mark on the little matter of gambling. Two things have struck me very forcibly about the working classes of late, the one "being that the male toiler of South Australia is fast becoming a notorious gambler, and the other that the neat and clean built little maid of the factories and workshops is an ardent lover of flowers. But about the first matter. For days past I ha...

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Another Experience. [BY ONE OF THE UNEMPLOYED.] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

Another Experience. [Br ONE OF THE UNEMPLOYED.15 How easy it is to sit in judgment upon those who are friendless and workless and who have been and are still being deprived of the right to earn bread. Yet how often one hears the broad-clothed Individual who has never had to earn a sixpence in his life talk about the grumbling, dissatisfied rascals of working men. Alas ! I am a working man, whose constant worry and anxiety is not that I have to work, but that I may not be permitted to work. Enough, indeed, to make one anxious who has a family depending on him. Now, for the sake of those who are not conversant with the possible troubles of the man whose daily bread depends upon daily work, let me state my experience during the last twelve months. Let it be understood, first of all, that in addition to many kinds of manual toil, I am able to bear a hand, when chance offers, at mental work—anything to turn an honest penny. Twelve months ago I found myself a waif on the industrial sea, j...

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SYDNEY PRINTERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

SYDNEY PRINTERS' STRIKE. In a circular dated October 11, issued to tlie kindred societies by the New South Wales Typographical Association, the fol lowing statement of the case occurs :—" At a conference held by desire of the master printers on 27th August last, a proposal was discussed to reduce the minimum rate of wage—at that time £3 (or at the rate of Is. 3d. per hour for 48 hours)—when the em ployers offered £2 10s. As the association at that time were resisting a reduction of 10 per cent, in one office, the proposed reduc tion was considered excessive, and declined. No further communication was made by the master printers with the association, but on the 21st September they issued agreements to individual employees for signature, with the minimum rate fixed at £2 12s.; the men were advised not to sign any agreements, such being contrary to the rules of our asso ciation. This agreement business was con sidered virtually an attempt to introduce freedom of coutract, and ignore th...

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Parliament Dissected. MR. GEO. ASH, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 26 October 1894

Parliament Dissected. The Rev. Mr. Scott described tbe late Mrs. Needle, of Melbourne, asa" psycholo gical enigma." Mr. Asli might be so described by many ; at any rate his ways aud aims are mysterious aud beyond finding out. His performance last Thursday night on the Factories Bill surpassed anything that he had previously indulged in. He prides himself upon his individual is tic ideas. With him it appears as if there is but one power, one religion, one purpose; the being he believes in, supports, and worships is George Ash, M.P. The opinions expressed or formed by that individual he believes are absolutely correct. If fifty-three members after careful thought consider one course to be a correct one, and if Mr. Ash considers the opposite course in accordance with his opinion, there is but one conclusion to be arrived at in his mind, and that is that fifty three men are hopelessly wrong, perverse, obstinate, even pigheaded ; but he, George Ash, M.P., is right, always right. As a har...

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