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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

JOHN MARTIN AND COMPANY, LIMITED, THE POPULAR GASH WINTER SALE NOW ON. DRAPERS. WINTEB SALE NOW ON. 98, lOO, 102, 104, 106, 108, 108a, Rundle Street, Adelaide. And at St. Vlneent Street, Port Adelaide.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

o THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. As we went to press last week on the eve of the opening of parliament, the speech of his Excellency the Governor was all that we could then place before our readers. They will have seen that the vice-regal speeeh embodied briefly all that the Premier had promised us at the Town Hall on March 30. Nowadays royalties and their represen tatives have considerable social in fluence, but no political power. There is little doubt that Lord Tennyson, if he might express his private opinions, would not approve of all that his "advisers" put into his mouth last Thursday. But although he may hold levees and give balls, he may not interfere with the policy of his Ministers, who tell him what to say, and he says it; and if the Kingston Government lost the favor of the people, and Mr. Solomon formed a Conservative Ministry, lie would, liave to say what the leader of the Opposi tion now thinks, even if it directly contradicted the words he so solemnly pronounced on June 22....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

Temperance Notice. Independent Order of Rechabites, S.U. Membership, 257,000. Funds, £900,000. The Total Abstinent Friendly Society, ALBERT DISTRICT, No. 83. Free Entrance. Contributions according to age at entry. Juveniles, 3d. per week, boys or girls. Adults from Is. per week. Females from 6d. per week. BENEFITS: Sick Pay.—Juveniles, 5s.; Females, 10s.; Males 20s. per week. Free Surgeon and Medicine. Funeral Donation.—Juveniles, £5; Females £10; Males, £25 to £40 ; V^ife or Husband, £7 JOs to £12. ... \ Jm. ■ : / ' - -.V ' . J-V** • - ?!T*^ Full information from the Local Secretaries or J. S. 0. ALLEN, District Secretary, Recnabite Offices, 218-269 Victoria Square W., Adelaide. THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Money to Lend A npr ppvif on Mortgage at * vvllw on Freehold Securities only. Interest pay able quarterly. Further particulars can be obtained at the Bank. By order of the Trustees, W. B. POOLE, Accountant. L5th October, 1897. 159c Drapery and Clothing:. Fitch's WINTER S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

CURLEW Brandy The only Brandy used in the Adelaide Hospital. Sole Agents—RUN DLE & GOW, Adelaide. 97-24 I CURLEW Brandy Gained FIRST PRIZE, Adelaide Sh5w, 1897. Sole Agents—BUNDLE & ; GOW, Adelaide. 97-248

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

Australian IVLutual Provident Society. Accumulated Funds .. - .. £14,500,000 Total Assurances (with Bonuses) 50,000,000 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The co-operation of members is invited with the view of making the New Business for the current year the largest in the history of the society. Each member is relied upon to assist in the celebration of the Jubilee by the introduction of at least ONE new member. The Society is now the largest Mutual Life Assurance Office in the British Dominions. F. T. BRIDGES, Resident Secretary. Office—23 Kins: William Street, Adelaide. 242-293 Notices. Notice of Removal. The Women's Christian Temperance Union Begs to announce to its Friends and Sap porters that it has REMOVED to the Building in PIRIE STREET, lately known as the Austral Clufr, nearly OPPOSITE WES LEY AN 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 F. SACK & Co., Tailors AND GE...

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A Liberal Politician. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

A Liberal Politician. tl Mr. JOHN LIVINGSTON, M.P. Mk. John Livingston is a native of the South-East, having been born at Curattum Station, in the Tantanoola District, in 1S56. His father was one of the pioneers of the grazing industiy in the district, and' at that time owned the station. Mr. Livingston was educated privately, and after complet ing his education spent some years as sisting his father in the management of the stock. By this means and by his subsequent experience he has become known as one of the best judges of stock in the South-East. On leaving Curattum he did considerable travel ling—was a stock drover for some six years, and as a seeker after grazing lands he extended his already large knowledge of the country. Returning to Mount Gambier he became associated with his brother-in-law, Mr. J. I). Paltridge, in the taking up of 60 square miles of pastoral country on the Queensland border of New South Wales, forming the Collerina Station, which he still holds. After mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN EX-VILLAGE SETTLER'S CLAIMS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

AN EX-VILLAGE SETTLER'S CLAIMS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Re claims of an ex-village settler in The Herald of May 20, I have come to the conclusion that the law is a veritable " hass." As look here ! Mr. Moran pays the penalty —expulsion—for evil doing, according to the law- Eventually he gets employment upon another settlement, and in course of time is elected a member thereof. The law .comes along and tells him he cannot live here ; in fact tells him that he has been expelled from another settlement, he already having paid the penalty. The doing of this is, according to English law, a penal offenee, and, ludicrous as it may seem, there is now every possibility of Mr. Moran being 4'run in" by any police constable upon the charge of having no visible means of support. It is to be hoped that the Royal Commission will see the necessity of making the laws in regard to village settlements somewhat more reasonable. I am, Sir, &e., SYMPATHISER. Mmtho Village Settlement.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: JULY 1, 1899. Our Editorial Platform. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

THE HERALD. ADELAIDE: JULY 1, 1899. Our Editorial Platform. We will speak out, we will be heard, Though all earth's systems crack ; We will not bate a single word, Nor take a letter back. We speak the truth, and what care we For hissing and for scorn While some faint gleamings we can see Of freedom's coming morn ? Let liars fear, let cowards shrink, Let traitors turn away; Whatever we have dared to think That dare we also say. —James Russell Lowell.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

"HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER." A Review by "Curlew." One of the latest works of Chas. M: Sheldon is entitled " His Brother's Keeper or Christian Stewardship," and is based upon the great strike among the American iron miners in the year 1895. According to the preface the contents of the book were first read one chapter at a time on successive Sunday evenings to the author's congregation in the winter of 1895. A perusal of the book with this fact in view impresses upon one the truth that whether approving or -disapproving of this style of spicy sermonising, the congregation of the author could not accuse him of being stereotyped, for there is a bewildering variety of material in the discourses delivered. On several occa sions it seems as if the author is about to kill some of the leading characters of the book, but finally repents, and pro vides them with a long illness caused by an accident instead, and briefly summed up the work leaves the impression that the writer in many instances pres...

Publication Title: Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

To CorresDondentb. 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, &e., intended for insertion should reach us not later than Wednesday of each ■week.

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THE GUARD-SHIP "PROTEUS." TASMANIA 50 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

THE GUARD-SHIP " PROTEUS." Tasmania 50 Years Ago. Mr. Alexander MeGinty, of Armstrong, Victoria, is a colonist, the type of which is fast fading away. Oar reporter knew this gentleman would have many interesting reminiscences of the early days to chronicle, so he seized the opportunity when in Arm strong and called upon Mr. MeGinty. Mr. MeGinty is 76 years of age, but is a fine, healthy specimen of the early veterans "We should like to hear something of your early experienses, Mr. McGintv," said the pressman, opening the interviewr l( Well," replied the veteran, " as a boy I joined the Royal Navy. I first held a position on the guard-ship " Proteus." I was subsequently drafted to the man-o'-war A Veteran Scot. "Anson." The '• Anson" sailed for Tas mania, where she was subsequently turned into a female prison hulk. Just then gold was discovered in Victoria, and I went over, eventually arriving in Armstrong and I have worked in this vicinity ever since." "You are quite an identity in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GAMBLING QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

THE GAMBLING QUESTION. TO THE EDITOE. Sir—Notwithstanding the strenuous efforts which have been put forth to mitigate the evils attending gambling there is a crying evil in existence which should be seriously looked into. It would be well if our legisla ture and the police would make themselves acquainted with the prevalence of secret mediums by which our working men's small capital is being sapped from them and from the colony. I refer of course to the numerous sweeps that are got up outside South Australia, to which our workers largely contribute. I suppose the habit of gambling will long continue, although many of us would desire to hear its death-knell, but if it does, why not derive some collective advantage from it ? Why not make it a State revenue-producing concern, and allow the revenue so produced to be used to assist the asred and infirm workers ? I am, Sir, &e , OLD SCRUB TREE. Yunta.

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

Passing Notes. The Labor Church of Victoria has sustained an irreparable loss by the death of Mrs. Turnbull, the wife of the Rev. Archibald Turnbull, of the Labor Church. South Australians will remember the work done by this excellent couple while resident here, and will cordially sympa thise with friend Turnbull in his heavy affliction. Says the Sydney Worker of Mrs. Turnbull :—"She was a brave fighter for Labor. She opposed the last Federal Bill, and was looking hopefully to the fact that the present would be also defeated. She conducted the musical services of the church, and during the illness of her husband, who has been unable to attend duties for the last three months, the brunt of the work fell upon her shoulders. How she fulfilled the task few but know. Unwearied in her efforts for the cause of humanity, gentle and loving, she worked unselfishly to better the condition of the weak and helpless. Very few women in the movement endeavored to so lose themselves in the work like...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

BE WISE. Collect CO-OPERATIVE Coupons. Trade where you see the sign Co-Operative Coupons Given. 239-51 John Hutchings &Co., House, Land, & Estate Agents, NEXT BANK AUSTRALASIA, CUBKIE ST., HAVE FOR SALE CHEAP PROPERTIES f»C CA ROSE PARK, Close St., superior Villa, 6 X/udU rooms,&c., nicely situated,easy walktocity MALVERN, Cremorne St., modern House 6 rooms, &c., land 35 x 158, well finished. MILE END, Hughes St., 6r< 40 x 193, few fruit trees, &c MAGILL ROAD, near Mai< 7 rooms, stabling, large block of land. CITY, Gilles St., .5 rooms, &c., ni finished, marble mantels, &c., land 23 x 90. £525 MALVERN, Cremorne St., modern House £525 Hughes St., <3 rooms, &c., land £500 &OAD, _near Maid and Magpie, £475 CITY, Gilles St., .5 rooms, &c., nicely p Afif\ PARKSIDE, near Park Lands, pretty Dwell S<i4!UU ing, 5 rooms and court, &c., land 45 x 132. .£?A,t>fI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

Special Notices. Wonderful WERTHEIM Sewing Machines, Sweet HAPSBURG 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—Miss E. Williams. Subject — "Woman's present position in industrial life." Music. Discussion. Public welcomed. Com mence at 7 o'clock. c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

REMARKABLE gift. The Australasia agent-general for Vitadatio, Mr. S. A. Palmer, has just instituted a most remarkable departure. The works of Charles M. Sheldon have sprung into prominence, and are attracting the atten tion of the entire English-speaking races of the world and probably others. Mr. Palmer, in his generosity, has arranged with the publishers for quarter of a million of copies of this most noted author's works, nd will send to any address in the colonies, a copy, on receipt of twopence in stamps, or the five copies on receipt of sixpence in stamps, which will only cover postage. Vitadatio's aim is not only to cure the people of diseases, but also to instruct and lead their minds to the nobler aspirations. The list of books is as follows :—" In His Steps : What Would Jesus Do ?" "The Crucifixion of Philip Strong," "His Brothers Keeper," " Malcolm Kirk," " Richard Hardy's Seven Days." Mr. Palmer is certainly going out of his usual way to reach the people, and practical p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

W. G. HOLT & SON 9 ^ admSide^"" ' Shop and Office Fitters. Furniture made to order in Walnut, Oak, Ash, or Cedar. Upholstering, French Polishing, and Repairs. 98 South Australian Railways. CHEAP INTERCOLONIAL EXCURSIONS. The Next SPECIAL TRAIN wall leave Adelaide at 8*25 p.m. on Wednesday, July 19, for MEL BOURNE and SYDNEY. Fares and conditions as heretofore. For full par ticulars see placards at all stations. BROKEN HILL PASSENGERS reach Adelaide not later than Wed nesday morning, July 19. Similar Excursions on August 16, September 13, October 11, and November 15. JOHN B. McNEIL, General Traffic Manager. Railway Offices, Adelaide, June 26,1S99. 247 FREEMASONS' HOTEL, PIRIE STREET. WILLIAM HAYMAN, Proprietor. First-class Accommodation for Visitors from the Country. Terms Liberal. Best Brands of Beers and Spirits. All Beer drawn through glass pipes. [247-98 PROPERTIES FOR SALE. po ^ n Well Built COTTAGE of 4 Rooms, Bath. EASTWOOD. Terms. ALBERT PARK, near Woodville, LOTS, ea...

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"ONE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE." [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

" ONE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE." Daniel Seamer, who died, age 74, at the Kew Lunatic Asylum, Victoria, a week or two ago was one of the famous Light Brigade who dashed down the slopes of Balaclava in 1853. Seamer (says the Argus) was pen sioned off in 1856, and drew 8d. a day from the Imperial Government until he arrived in Melbourne a year or two later. Here he quickly made it manifest that he was suffering from mental disorders, and even tually his dementia became so pronounced that he was committed to the lunatic asylum. During the 39 years he passed there, the old man could tell little con cerning himself. He was not, like most of the patients, sane on all subjects but one. The past seemed a blank to hifn, and he could give no consecutive account of his history, though at times his uncontrolled imagination saw the Valley of Death before him again, and caused him to cry to the comrades long dead and gone, whom he felt riding by his side, to tackle the Russian ranks once more. But, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

joel moss-s monster clothing palace. THE CORNER ONLY, King William and Hindley Streets. £12,000 WORTH MEN's YOUTHS' HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, BRACES, RUGS CLOTHING. the "monster" wins. "competition" defeated SUITS to Order from - TROUSERS to Order from- - - 8s. lid. Boys'K.B. or Sailor Suits,2e.lid. Men's Ready-made Suits,10s.6d.

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RUSKIN HALL, OXFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Herald — 1 July 1899

RUSKIN HALL, OXFORD. Some of our readers have already heard of Ruskin Hall, the working men's college opened at Oxford about four months ago by two American -admirers of Mr. Ruskin, Mr. Walter Vrooman of St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., and Mr. Charles A. Beard. These American gentlemen took with them to England supplies to last them five years, the time they thought it would take to make the idea of a college at Oxford, having for its object the furtherance of the education of the working classes, catch on with the British public. To their surprise and delight the idea caught on so fast that five months after they landed at Southampton the college was opened, upwards of 300,000 workingmen and women being represented by dele gates. Mr. Ben Tillett, who was present at the opening, said the task the founders of Ruskin Hall had undertaken was a heroic one; and he would do his little bit to enthusiasti cally support it wherever he went. He was glad there was an institution that would give a...

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