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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

Passing Notes. When speaking of the Labor Bureau at the Town Hall on March 30, the Premier said:—" We do not profess that the Labor Bureau is a remedy for the unem ployed evil—we wish we could find one." This being so, is it not a pity that Mr. Kingston did not utilize the idle weeks forced on his Government by federal matters in New South Wales to call a conference in Adelaide, and submit to this conference the consideration of the as yet unsolved problem of the unem ployed*? Such a conference has lately been held in Melbourne ; and now Sir George Turner has signified his intention of starting immediately a number of works involving an expenditure of over £100,000. Victoria having set such a good example, the Premier of New South Wales Has determined to appoint a committee to deal with the unemployed evil. Says Sydney Bulletin :—"Premier Reid's classification of N.S.W. unemployt-d is characteristic, because not original. The same old commonplace has been repeated for the last six h...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

To Correspondents. We cordially invite our many friends, both in town and country, to send along any ideas that may strike them as likely to be of use to our readers. The smallest contribution on subjects suitable for discussion in our columns will be acceptable. Secretaries of trades unions and democratic and other associations are requested to send reports of their meetings We want to make this paper the people's paper. We cannot promise to insert everything that is sent to us, but we will do the best we can. Cor respondents will kindly note the following : (1) Write on one side of the paper only. (2) Make your remarks as brief and as pointed as you can. (3) Give your name and address, which will not be published if you ex press a desire to the contrary, but must be attached or no notice can be taken of the communica tion. Letters, &c., intended for insertion should reach us not later than Wednesday of each week. " Jas. A. Hogan," Mount Lofty, informs us that the figures u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

Special Notices. Wonderful WERTHEIM Sewing Machines, Sweet HAPSBURC Pianos, Wertheim ELECTRA Cycles RECOMMEND THEMSELVES TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AND MAY BE INSPECTED AT HUGO WERTHEIM'S SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, Cash or Easy Terms. 107, Rundle Street, Adelaide, 208-259 Next Arcade. Adelaide Democratic Club INCORPORATED. NEAR G.P.O. Sunday Evening Lectures for the People. Lecturer—Mr. G. Daxkel. Subject—" Social Evils.'J Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7.30 o'clock. c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

HOOPER'S FURNITURE, 49 Hindley Street. GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO READERS OF "THE HERALD." Special "Herald" Prices. NOTICE.—Unless this paper is men tioned when ordering we cannot guarantee to supply at rates hereunder, all Prices having been prepared specially for identifi cation of orders with The Herald. OUR MOTTO— " He is well served who is well satisfied." Two Room Furnishings — for £9 15s. — BEDROOM.—Bedstead, full size, with head and foot rail, green or black and gold, neat and strong Wire Mattress Flock Bed, well fitted with soft flock only, good ticking Flock Bolster, well filled with soft flock only, good ticking 2 Flock Pillows Washstand, imitation Cedar (or Light Pine if preferred), with turned legs Dressing Table (in same colors) Looking Glass—Plate and Mahogany Bedboom—continued. Toilet Set, nice pattern, good size, 5 pieces KITCHEN — Turned Leg Table, strong, size 4 ft. x*2ft. 3in., top of inch timber, frame of cedar color 4 Best American Chairs Meat Safe, well made Sofa, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

South Australian Railways. CHEAP INTERCOLONIAL EXCURSIONS. The next Special Train will leave Adelaide at 8-25 p.m. for MELBOURNE and SYDNEY on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2ist. Broken Hill passengers must reach Ade laide not later than the morning of June 20. Fares and conditions as heretofore. 243 JOHN B. McNEIL, G.T. Manager.

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THE UNITED TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 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, May *26, the president (Mr. W. J. Strike) occupying the chair. NEW DELEGATES. Mr. F. Minahan attended as a new dele gate from the Bootmakers' Union, in place of Mr. C. B. Brann, who had left the colony, and was welcomed by the president. STATE BOARD OF CONCILIATION. In response to a communication from the Minister of Industry (Right Hon. C. C. Kingston) requesting the Council to nomi nate three gentlemen to fill the vacancies caused by Messrs G. H. Buttery, W. M. Green, and J. Thompson ceasing to hold office as members of the State Board of Con ciliation through effluxion of time, it was decided to recommend the reappointment of the retiring members, they having signified their willingness to act. FACTORIES ACT DEPUTATION. The secretary of the Federated Building Trades Union (Mr. A. Davidson) notified the appointment of Messrs. Symmons, Roac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

FOR RHEUMATISM, Rheumatic Gout, &c.—WOOD'S GOUT AND RHEU MATIC MIXTURE, 2s. and 3s. 6d. Geo. Wood, Chemist, 218, Rundle Street, Ade laide. Telephone, 855. 226-77 Notices. GEORGE ROBERTSON AND CO., Wholesale and Retail Booksellers, Stationers, and News Agents, Have on Sale— A BAHRIER BRIDK. A Story of the Broken Hill Strike. By George Garnet. Price, paper binding 2s. 6d.; 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 & Special Edition. Price, Is. For more extended list of new books please apply for copy of George Robertson's Monthly Book Circular which will be posted free to any address. Note the Address— FREEMAN STREET, ADELAIDE ; Telephone, 602. 226-77 John Hutchings & Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents, NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CURRIE ST., HAVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

L_ i CONQUEROR (DARK TWIST and PLUG) TOBACCO. STICKS, 3d. and 4d. PLUGS, 4d., 6d., and Is.

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A SUNDOWNER. WRITTEN FOR "THE HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

A SUNDOWNER. Written for "The Herald." [BY TERESA.] The scene of my story is laid in a certain country township of our fair South Aus tralia. Name and locality matter not. It was the afternoon before Christmas. There was a little attempt at decoration in the two principal stores. Green boughs here and there. Christmas cards and pretty glass and China knick-knacks arranged to best advan tage in the windows; suggesting to the passerby the possibility of obtaining Christ mas presents at considerably above city prices. A young girl, apparently about seven teen or eighteen years of age, was gazing disconsolately, now into one of these windows, now into the contents of a some what shabby leather purse. " How dear everything is," she murmured to herself. " That claret colored glass sugar basin is sweetly pretty, and just what Mrs. Elton would like. Yet it is five shillings ! If I buy it I shall have to put lollies into the children's Christmas stockings, for I have only six shillings left ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNION OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

UNION OFFICIALS. It is a standing reproach to trade unionism that those in its ranks who have been most active and zealous for its welfare are often denied the encouragement and recognition their efforts deserve. Often it is the case that an officer of the union, after serving for years in the responsible positions to which his fellow craftsmen have elected them, becomes weary of the work and drops out of sight, discouraged by the indifference of his brethren, and his valuable services are a distinct loss to the organisation. This state of things is not peculiar to trade unions, other societies being as great sinners in this respect, and all of them, sooner or later, suffer from the results of the perfunctory character of the administration of their affairs by their officers. The vim and energy and enthusiasm of a society is almost sure to wane when those at the head of its affairs consider the work allotted them irksome and unrecognised. If the members of societies could realize fu...

Publication Title: Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

Notices. Notice of Removal. The Women's Christian Temperance Union Begs to announce to its Friends and Sup porters that it has REMOVED to the Building in PIRIE STREET, lately known as the AustPal Club, nearly OPPOSITE WESLEYAN CHURCH. PUBLIC DINING ROOM. Dinner, 12 to 2. Tea, 5 to 7. Refresh ments at any time. AFTERNOON TEA a speciality. Increased Bedroom Accommodation. 293 J. R. ANDREW, The old-established BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, No. 35, CENTRAL MARKET, Late of Sturt Street. The Best and Cheapest place for Boots and Shoes of all descriptions. Children's School Boots a Speciality. Gents' Boots from 5s. lid. The Austral Boot, our own hand-made, 10s. fid. Ladies Shoes from 3s. lid. Repairs at Lowest Price consistent with good workmanship. Orders promptly at tended to. Workers of West Adelaide, support those who support yourselves. Co - Operative Coupons Given. 247

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TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

TRADE AND LABOR SOCIETIES. Early Closing Association.—The fort nightly meeting of the board of management was held on Monday evening at the Trades Hall, the president (Mr. J. Wordall) in the chair, and a good attendance of members. The chairman welcomed the new members of the board, and invited their co-operation in order to make the coming year one of the most successful in the history of the associa tion, and said be intended to spare no effort to advance the interests of the early dosing movement. It was decided to hold a series of not less than three concerts during the year, the first of the series to be held in the Adelaide Town Hall. Messrs. E. J. Cum mins, Will Barr, .T. Davis, and G. S. VV aid were appointed a committee to act with the executive officers to arrange details for the concerts. Reports from Trades and Labor Council, United Labor Party, and the Eight Hours Committee were received and adopted. Several accounts were passed for payment. United Builders' Laborers' S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHAT WITH AN OPERA STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 3 June 1899

CHAT WITH AN OPERA STAR. Miss Ada Berthold, a popular member of Mr. Henry Bracy's Comic Opera Co., was recently interviewed by our special reporter regarding the Company's recent tour in West Australia : " We had a good time," she said, "professionally, but I nearly lost my life through typhoid whilst there. The fever Miss Ada Berthold. (Sketched by our artist.) was very prevalent at the time, and shortly after I arrived in Perth, unmistakable symptoms showed themselves. A fearful and persistent headache attacked me, and my temperature began to rise." The next stage of typhoid is an increasing weakness and pains in the limbs and back; the appetite fades, and the patient feels ( all out of sorts.' The temperature rises towards night, but is lower in the morning. Small pink spots come out on the chest and abdomen. At this stage the fever has full sway and may end in death, unless a reliable remedy is taken. Miss Berthold was at once taken to Fremantle for a change of air, but this did...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DEMOCRATIC (?) FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

THE DEMOCRATIC (?) FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. " Plebian," writing to the Queensland Worker on the debate now proceeding in the Legislative Assembly, says :— " Stewart's speech was the most eloquent and most argumentative of the debate, even though his conclusions were not faultless. This is how he expressed himself on the much boasted democratic nature of the constitution :—This is a deep-laid scheme on the part of the financial syndicates which rule Australia to do away with the influence of democracy ; to rob the Labor Party of their growing power, and bring back again the old days of conservatism. Who is the foremost champion of federation in this House ? The most active agent of the absentees of the colony. The hon. member himself knows to whom I refer, and there is no need to mention names. We are told about the democracy of this constitution. Is it not wonderful how democratic hon. members on the other side have suddenly become? They say, "You have one man one vote under the feder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

Buy "The Herald," id. only.

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THE UNITED LABOR PARTY AND COUNTRY ORGANISATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

THE UNITED LABOR PARTY AND COUNTRY ORGANISATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I see in the issue of The Herald of May 27 under the heading of " Crazy Patch work," by " Teresa," where the writer suggests the formation of literary societies where the great social questions of the day could be discussed. This J, and a great many more who I have spoken to, believe would do a lot to enlighten the people. The same writer is of opinion that if Mr. Houri gan or Mr. McGregor, or some other powerful speaker of the Labor or Liberal party, could see their way clear to take a lecturing tour through the country districts it would do an incalculable amount of good. I am glad that some one has written on these lines, as when a letter appeared some time back advocating similar views the late editor seemed to be under the impression that it would take millionaires to do it. No doubt it would cost money, but to overcome this difficulty I would advocate the forma tion of Labor or Liberal associations through the...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUMANITARIAN POETS. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

HUMANITARIAN POETS. [By Curlew.] Mr. W. J. Dawson, in liis work " The Makers of Modern English," speaks in glowing terms of the writings of Thomas Hood and Elizabeth Barrett Browning when dealing with the humanitarian movement in poetry. He points out that " the poetry of the country is easily discerned; it needed a more discerning eye to recognise the strange and moving poetry of the city." During his residence in London, Thomas Hood saw day by day the open secret of its misery, want, and degradation, and in stirring and pathetic lines he revealed it. In that well-known poem of his, " The Song of the Shirt," he struck a note that appealed to the heart of eveiy one who is capable of feeling and sympathy. With what may be termed " brutal frankness" he revealed the con dition of the poor London sliirtmaker in lines that aroused the sympathy of hundreds of hearts, and greatly assisted towards making the lot of the seamstress more bearable. But Still with a voice of dolorous pitch— Oh !...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

NEWS AND NOTES. Fine rains. Health papers. " Facts, dreams, and shams." Imperial Permanent Building Society. Visit John Martin & Co., Rundle Street. Winter sale of drapery at John Martin and Co's. Civil Service Commission taking evidence in the country. Operative Journeymen Bakers' Society thank The Herald. Mr. Solomon, M.P., leader of Her Majesty's Opposition. John Burns.has something to say about the martyrs of Labor. Mr. P. MeM. Glynn, M.P., lectures at the Democratic Club on Sunday night. " But the child's sob in the silence curses deeper than the strong man in his wrath." Unsatisfactory report from Victorian expert on the c*use of Bundaleer catastrophe. Obit.—John Norman Mclvor, aged 39, and Michael Carmody. Both good workers in the cause. Strange that with all our study of various complex subjects, that of our own bodies is so persistently neglected. A Sydney master baker would gladly wel come a union that would put an end to the " scandalous cutting of wages." During ...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

THE ANGEL'S TEA. Three Varieties— FINE LEAF, COABSE LEAF, . MIXED LEAF. Price of either kind ONE SHILLING lb. with SUGAR FREE. Send your own and friends' addresses for Prlce-Lists. HENDERSON BROTHERS, 286 and 288, Bundle Street, East End Market, Adelaide. 195-246 BRIDQLAND & ATTERTON, THE POPULAR Tailors, Clothiers, Outfitters.—4, 6, Hindley St. Try our Noted SUITS, to measure, 39/6 TROUSERS to order, 9/11 3,000 BOYS SAILOR SUITS, all sizes, 0 to 12, ONE PRICE, 2/6 Moss's Loaii&DiscountBank NEXT BOTTING'S AUCTION MART, and nearly opposite Savings Bank, 31 King William Street. 31 MONEY TO LEND ON ALL KINDS OF SECURITY AT SHORT NOTICE. Furniture without Removal, Bond Certifi cates, Deposit of Deeds, Bills of Lading. Repayments Weekly or otherwise. BILLS DISCOUNTED. Business strictly private. Office Hours—Weekly, 9.30a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, 9.30 a.m. to 12. Saturday evenings, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday even ings, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ALEX. MOSS (late Managing Part ner Mutua...

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THE BICYCLE IN AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 10 June 1899

THE BICYCLE IN AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN Mr. A. Poynton, M.P., has shown us how expenses can be put down in an election campaign, and how a candidate can, in the shortest time, visit and address his con stituents. Having in his mind the wonderful ride of Muriff across the continent on an " Electra" bicycle, the idea suggested itself to him to purchase one, learn to ride, and use it for travelling round his extensive district. How the plan worked out is graphically described by him in a grateful letter which he voluntarily sent to Mr. Bodenheimer, the manager of the local depot. The fact that a novice can in a short space of time perfect himself sufficiently to ride over 1,600 miles speaks volumes not only for the man but for the machine. The letter referred to is as follows :— To the Manager of the " Electra"' Cycle Depot. — Dear Sir—Just prior to the general elections for the House of Assembly I obtained from you an " Electra" cycle to do my campaign on. Many of my friends said I was fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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