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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
i "W H .A. T ? JOHNNIES' THE NEW CIGAR. THE LATEST AMERICAN RAGE. Sweet, Mild., and. Fragrant. MADE FROM FINEST AND PUREST AMERICAN LEAF. 4 IN A CASE FOR 6d. THE ADELAIDE Provident • Dispensary, 5, GOUGER ST. 2/6. Advice and Medicine. 2/6, TO MEET THE TIMES. We have a Duly Qualified Medical Practitioner who 'lias made the DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN A SPECIALITY, and who may be CONSULTED DAILY, 10 to 12 noon, 2 to 4, 7 to 9 p.m. ADVICE AND MEDICINE, 2s. Gd. PAINLESS DENTISTRY. Single Tooth, 5s.; Complete Upper or Lower Set, £2 10s.; Complete Set, £5. We guarantee that the Teeth supplied by us are the very best obtainable, having gained Gold Medals at the London, Paris, and Vienna Exhibitions. It is not our desire to mislead intended patients in respect to prices, we have only one. Teeth Extracted, Scaled and Filled. Gas daily. BRITTEN & CO., Surgeon Dentists, Pulteney St., &lt; Over Porter's, Cbemieb. ARTIFICIAL TEETH SEIBORO HOTEL, PIRIE STREET. FRED WINTER (Late...
Books for Beginners. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
Books for Beginners. We are often asked about the most suit able books for beginners in the study of social and political economy. We recom mend the following in the order named :— 1. " The Old Order and tlie New," by Morrison Davison, Is. 2. " Social Problems," by Henry George, Is. 3. "The Cooperative Commonwealth," by Lauranee Groulund. For those who have mastered the fore going :— 1. "Progress and Poverty," by Henry George, Is. 6d. 2. " Capital," by Karl Marx, 5s. 3. "Rent, Interest, and Wages," byHerr Flurschiem. 4. " Fabian Essays," Is. Now, you N.A. Democrats, Sociologists, &c., C. Eldridge wants a share of your trade. The Working Man's Friend, MACKLIN'S Heavy Nailed Bluchers, good quality, 4s. 9d. per paii*. (31, Arcade.) The Pioneer Cash Grocer is Wm. Marston. Stores—Port Adelaide and Rosevater.
FAILURE OF THE CUMULATIVE VOTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
FAILURE OF THE CUMULATIVE VOTE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—i note in your last issue a paragraph from the January JRevmo of Reviews, treat ing of the recent School Board elections, iu which it is stated that the advocates of pro portional representation will find it will take many elaborate essays to remove the prejudice created in the public mind by the results of the cumulative vote. Neither the labor, nor the Socialist, nor the Catholic party have succeeded in obtaining a repre sentative. No elaborate essay is needed ; only the simple statement that the method iu use for these elections is not proportional representation, and that on account of its uncertainty aud waste, it has been protested against ever since it was brought forward as a means to secure some representation of minorities on these boards. The adoption of the cumulative vote in the State of Illinois for three-member districts has retarded the progress of the true principles of representa tion in America for twenty years, a...
CO-OPERATIVE CONSUMPTION—THE INITIAL STEP TO REFORM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
CO-OPERATIVE CONSUMPTION—THE INITIAL STEP TO REFORM. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—It costs sometimes a lot of time and trouble and involves great expense to organise a small body of workers for the means of co-operating to produce or dis tribute certain lines of produce, and then at last when they have started they are at the mercy of tlie big capitalists, who can under sell them at every turn and manufacture goods and raise produce of a better quality. Now, the working classes have got very little money to spend, and none to waste in experimenting, but if they would once co-operate to spend what little they have got with only those companies or individuals that are on the side of labor, and that advertise in the labor newspapers, how much could be done to hasten on reform 2 It "is not so much the way in which we co-operate to make money as the way in ■which ice could co-aporaXe to spend it that we can make headway. Let the workers once begin to co-operate to spend their wages amongst the fri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
CHAPMAN & ROGERS FASHIONABLE TAILORS, GAWLER PLACE, ADEI*AIDE. Solicit a trial aud guarantee satisfaction. Prices low for first-class quality materials and workmanship. A choice selection of Colonial and Im ported Tweeds. Patterns posted. CG. (JURE & CO., AUCTIONEERS, AND LICENSED VALUATORS, GRENFELL STREET, ADELAIDE. Sales held in any part of the colony of Furniture, Live Stock, or Estates. If you want to sell or buy Household Furniture or Land, consult C. G. Gurr & Go. MAX~SWIPT^ Tailor, Draper, and Clothier, 80, PIRIE STREET. SUITS TO MEASURE, from £2 15s. j FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. ! Terras to suit customers. j MAX ^SWIFT, | 8Q, Pirie Street, Adelaide, A. BROSB, HAIRDRESSER AND WIGMAKER, CENTRAL HALL BUILDING, GRENFELL ST., and 178, BUNDLE ST., opposite York Hotel, Recommends his first-class Haivdressing Saloons. Human Hair Cuttings or Combings made up in any style. PURE CO-OPERATION. All should join one of our TAILORING CLUBS. Full particulars from Q-ou...
Dave Hargrave's Mission. CHAPTER VI. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
Dave Hargrave's Mission. CHAPTER VI. (continued). " Then he is out of his time?" interrupted Dave. " No, listen my boy; no such luck. Wait and you'll hear. Do you think Frank could stop between four walls ? No, and I knew It and trembled, for he was a terrible lad in his anger, although as generous and kind hearted as you could find otherwise. But I knew the worst had not come. He had not been in gaol twelve months before he escaped, and was away six months, during which time you may be sure his poor unhappy old father helped him all he could. However, the boy was surprised and retaken, and after going up before one of the hardest judges that was ever in those parts—Black Bendy they called him—he found he had another five years tacked on to his first sentence. His poor mother fainted in the court, and died six weeks after of a broken heart. I gave up almost myself, and liad it not been for my good girl, Jessie, I should never have tried to get over it. I sold everything out, and by ...
People's Column. OUR HERALD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 1 March 1895
People's Column. OUR HERALD. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I am sorry there has been some disagreeableness concerning the Herald. I am sure we are well pleased with it, and I think it is the very paper the workers need to show them their true position. But there are such a number, Mr. Editor, that I know who do not take the Herald. I wish they could see their folly, and that they would subscribe their penny a week for the only paper that will fight their cause. Sir, I read in the paper that the Early-Closing Asso ciation are going to make a house-to-house canvas. I would suggest that they ask such householders do they support the Herald. By doing this it might be the means of some more taking it, which I am sure they will never regret. Sir, I hope when the time comes for the women to use their vote they will do so to the best of their ability. I think if the workers were all to pull together they would soon improve their position. I am, &€., A BUSY HOUSEWIFE.
Sport and Pastime. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
Sport and Pastime. [Br Toko.] FIXTURES. Mar. 16. Port Adelaide Racing Club. April 15. Onkaparingi, Racing CIul>. 20. South Australian Tattersall's Club. May 4 "j gou^1 Australian Jockey Club 11 j~ (Autumn Meeting). qj I Adelaide Racing Club (Birthday June "l. [ Meeting). 3. Gawler Jockey Club. 24. South Australian Jockey Club (Winter Meeting). 29. Port Adelaide Racing Club. July 20. South Australian Tattersall's Club. At the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting Laun dress won the Newmarket Handicap fi oni Vanitas, starting at the outside pricc of 50 to 1. I was fortunate to place both these horses in my final selection last v eek. The Australian Cup fell to Havoc, who started favorite. Maroon, m ho was second in the St. Leger, should have a big say in the Oukaparinga Cup, in which the so.i of Robinson-Crusoe —Vaudeville carries 7 st. 7 lb. At the sale of Sir Thomas Elder's yearlings Mr. McSweeney secured 1'ortsea's brother, a colt by Neckersgat —Lovelacc, for 500 guineas. Casket, who won the Du...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
F ORT R.A.OBS. Part Adelaide Racing Club. MARCH MEETING, 1895, P-ORT RACECOURSE, Saturday, March 16 ( Weather permittingJ, FIRST RACE TO S^ART AT HALF PAST ON? O'CLOCK. PROGRAMME. TRIAL STAKES ... ... 40 SO VS. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE 50 ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP 70 PORT ADELAIDE STEEPLE CHASE 70 AUCTION STAKES 40 FLYING HANDICAP 50 £1. TOTALIZATOR. 10s,. POllT ADELAIDE RJVEKSJDE BAtjDl! Montague Cox, Conductor! Adinissiou—Grand .Stand, 5s.; Saddling Enclosure, 2s. 6d. extra; Paddock ami Course, Is. EXCURSION PARKS. Conveyances to f\u&lt;l frcjin Railway .Statiqu. REN C. VOtJNU, Sec, HA-R-C, N-14. — ACCEPTANCES CLOdE oo MONDAY, MARCH 11, at S p.m. BOOTHS will lie SOLI) BY AUCTION at FORD'S ROYAL ARMS HOTEL, PORT, on TUESDAY, MARCH 12, at 8.30 p.m.
Democratic Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
Democratic Societies. Democratic Cum.—On Sunday night a lecture was given by Mr. E. L. Batclielor, M.P., on the subject of "The Labor Party and its Progress." He said that he had belouged to what had been described as the " inner circle" of the party since its incep tion, and was therefore qualified to speak 011 the subject from actual knowledge. He described the first meeting of the Executives of the various Labor organisations and Democratic Societies, who met at the invita tion of the Trades and Labor Council in 1890 to place direct representatives of labor in Parliament. The selection of candidates, the hustings, campaigns, and the victories and defeats of the party up to 1894 were referred to briefly, the total resiIts of four years' work being a gain of 8 seats in the House of Assembly and 6 in the Legislative Council. During the same time 3 Labor candidates had been defeated, one of whom had since been elected. Out of 16 candidates put forward by the .party 14 occupied seats ...
Australian Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
Australian Workers' Union. Tlic Convention of delegates of the Aus tralian Workers' Union met at the Mechanics' Institute, Albury, on Thursday, 14th inst., and continued until Friday, 29th. Delegates were present from South Australia (Messrs. A. Poynton, M.P., and J. A. Cook), Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, Mr. A. Rae was elected chairman. Mr. W. G. ypence was ap pointed to take the minutes of tlis Conven tion, with right of speech, but no vote. Space will not permit of our giving a lengthy report of the proceedings, hut the i following are a few of the more important resolutions carried during the holding of the Convention :— CREDIT OR " FIDELITY" TICKETS. " That upon any member making a statutory declaration that lie has obtained no shearing during 1894 season, he shall re ceive a credit ticket entitling him to a re newal for the current year without entrance fee on promising to pay annual contribution and levies due in the first shed. Above to apply to general laborer...
The New Social Era. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
The New Social Era. The meeting in the Albert Hall last Saturday evening to hear " addresses for the times by Methodist preachers," was a grand success, as indeed have all previous meetings of a similar character. The attendance was large, and the enthusiasm great, in striking contrast to the meeting of the National Ass. held iu the Town Hall the previous evening. The Rev. G. E. Rowc presided, and said that as preachers it was their duty not to overlook the social problems which affected the weal or woe of humauity. The object of the meeting was to emphasise the necessity for Christian people to consider, and by God's grace, solve the social pro blems. He congratulated the people of South Australia on the passing of the Adult Suffrage Act. The Rev. W. A. Potts spoke on " The Preacher's Relation to Social Problems," and said that he could not be faithful to his text work the Bible without studying social pro blems. Because some thought they should leave them alone on account of their...
The National Defence League Meeting. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
The National Defence League Meeting. [Communicated. ] It is often asked how it is that tile National Defence League always gets such lengthy reports in the columns of our two dailies. The public generally suppose it is because the meetings of the League are great events, and that the lengthy reports have nothing to do whatever with the fact that the League is a fat man's institution, representing wealth, although it may not possess very much hard cash. Never having been present at any of the League's meet ings, I felt a strong desire to attend one, and accordingly availed myself of the oppor tunity which presented itself last Friday evening. The meeting, of course, was held in the Town Hall, and that in itself was intended to give " tone" to the event. On entering the hall I found there were not quite 200 people present, and although I counted them again two or three times during the evening, the greatest number I could muster was. 210, certainly not a very large number considering ...
Is there a Market for Raisins? [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
Is there a Market for Raisins ? Ia a recent issue of the MUdura Irri galioimt an interesting interview appears between a representative of that paper and Mr. C. B. Luffman, who was at one time connected with Dookie Agricultural College, Victoria. Having spent three years in the raisin and other dried fruit regions of Southern Europe, Mr. Luffman recently retained to \ ictoria, where he was at once secured by the Minister of Agriculture to proceed to Mildura to give all information possible to the fruitgrowers there. In reply to the question— " Do you think that the raisin business is overdone ?" Mr. Luffman smiled, and suavely replied, " Not whilst the Malaga growers are making at least £40 per acre above tlie cost of pro duction. Produce a really first-class mus catel, and you will find a large demand for it at a high price. There is plenty of room at the top, and there always will be. Having seen the Malaga methods, I have returned with the conviction that there is a fine field in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
E. RFISTGE, M.P.S.S.A., Dispgnsing Chemist, &c. IMPORTER PURE DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINE, ami all requirements for the Sick-Roam. CATTLE, DOG, ai^d POULTRY MEl}I CINE. STORES SUPPLIED. LOWEST PRICES. Address— A1TGAS STBEET PHARMACY (N#xt Cq-Opcrative Spciety), VICTORIA SQUARE, ADELAIDE. B DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY'S SUMMER CLEARING SALE 1ST Q W PEOOEEPING. 4LL QQQDS UWEV 12? BLAH? H3IIBES. Special attention given to Country Ordered TERMS CASH Warehouses—22, RUNDLE STREET.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
CHAPMAN & ROGERS FASHIONABLE TAILORS, GAWL.ER PLACE, ADELAIDE. Solicit a trial and guarantee satisfaction. Prices low for first-class quality materials and workmanship. A choice selection of Colonial and Im ported Tweeds. Patterns posted. CO. GURR & CO., AUCTIONEERS, AND LICENSED VALUATORS, GRENFELL STREET, ADELAIDE. Sales held in any part of the colony of Furniture, I-ive Stock, or Estates. 42T If you want to sell or buy Household Furniture or Land, consult C. G. Gurr & Co. MAX SWIFT, Tailor, Draper, and Clothier, 80, PIRIE STREET. SUITS TO MEASURE, from £2 15s. FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. Terras to suit customers. MAX ^SWIFT, 80, Pirie Street, Adelaide, BR.OSES, HAIRDRESSER AND WIGMAKER, CENTRAL HALL BUILDING, GRENFELL ST., and 178, BUNDLE ST., opposite York Hotel, Recommends his first-class Hairdressing Saloons. Human Hair Cuttings or Combings made up in any style. PURE CO-OPERATION, j All should join one of our j TAILORING CLUBS. | Full particulars from i G...
"Aims of the Labor Party." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
"Aims of the Labor Party." Mr. W. O. Archibald, M.P., addressed a meeting of the Australian Natives' Associa tion at the Cafe de Paris Rooms, Bundle street, on Monday evening, February 25, the subject of bis address being " The Aims of the Labor Party," Councillor M. F. Cavanagh qccupied the chair, and there was a good attendance. Mr. Archibald, who met with a good reception, said that the principles of the Labor Party were clearly defined, and so long as they were faithfully carried out would work in the best interests of the colony, South Australia's policy in the past had been largely one of studying private interests instead of public interests, evidence of which could be seen in the construction of many of our ports and railways. The result of all this was that the burden of past mismanagement fell on the shoulders of the working classes, who desired to get more direct representation in the Parliament. It was not a fact, as had been asserted, that they did not believe in anyone...
English Labor Notes. [From the Labor Gazette for January.] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
English Labor Notes. [From the I/dbor (Jazettc, for January.] The slight upward movement in the labor market during November did rot receive any material cheek, during December. .Sixty-seven Trade Unions, with an aggre= gate membership of 367,796, sent in returns, showing that at the close of the year 2S,4S4, or 77 per cent., were unemployed. During the month over 5,500 persons were aftected by reductions in wages. On tlie other hand, the increases reported include S00 linen workers at Perth and p50 plumbers at Edin burgh and Leith. Over 330 workpeople had their hours of labor reduced, in most cases without loss of pay. Forty-three disputes were reported during the month, none being of very great magni tude. Four new co-operative associations of consumers, and one association of producers were registered during the mouth, the asso ciation of producers being the outcome of a stilike of Sheffield shearmakers. During 1894 the number of vessels launched in the United Kingdom was 645, of...
New Australian Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
New Australian Notes. Mr. Gilbert S. Casey has issued a report to members of the New Australia Associa tion, which contains the following :—" The Association's property is still in bondage, and tbe members are anxiously enquiring why, how, and when ? They want to know why it is so jealously guarded, how they are going to get possession of it, and when those who retain it intend doing anything with it ? Certainly, I am a bit curious myself, but that may be only mere inquisitiveness on my pai-t—in fact, one of the ' guardian angels' told me that 1 had no more claim to the information than anyone else; he might have said that it was personal property, and it would have been clear what he meant. It will be remembered that it was registered in the name of W. W. Head, and the Association was protected (?) by a mortgage of £2,500 which W. Lane held over it. To still further protect (?) the Association, tbe release of W. Lane's mortgage was held by Peter M'Naught, and everything seemed pret...
Starr-Bowkett Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Herald — 8 March 1895
Starr-Bowkett Societies. Adelaide First Society.—Tlie first annual meeting of members of the Adelaide First Starr-Bowkett Building Society was held in tbe Albert Hall, Pirie-street, on Tuesday evening, February 26th, to receive the directors' report and balance sheet, and to elect two directors and auditors. The Hon. D. M. Charleston, M.L.C, was voted to the chair. The statement of receipts and expenditure showed the receipts from January 1 to December 31, 1894, to be £2,327 3s. lid., while the expenditure, which included advances to registered numbers 266, 267, 131, 145, SO, 81, and 442 of £1,366 los., amounted to £1,674 12s. 5d., leaving in the Bank of Adelaide £649 9s. 3d., and cash in office £3 2s. 2d. The profit and loss account showed a balance of £91 4s. 2d. The balance-sheet as presented to the meeting was adopted. The Hon. D. M. Charleston, M.L.C., and Mr. Robert Southouse were re-elected directors, while Messrs. L. Bailey and H. P. Beaver were re-appointed auditors. Port A...