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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

COUNTRY OIREGTORY. AW.Ij. . 'AGENTS, and .ORGANIZERS can .earn money by canvassing lor advertise ments for this column.- —For 'particulars, write WORKER MANAGER, 129 BATITURS1 STREET, SYDNEY. KEW SOUTH J^jLLjgg. ADAMJNABY. ; . \ USTRALIAN TlOTEL. -Best .Accom. A: O ri ly l-Jn ion -1101186 in Town. George West. ALBURY. _ ? : AT SLQEVS -SALUTATION .HOTEL '' Visitors will find Every Comfort. :_ t?REO.-. BLACKLOCKS,- 'J ne .Place for X' Cycles. Guns. Aoces.sorie_s._and_^_epairg. ~T E. PERCY, Men's Mercer; Clothier, Hatter, *J . Tailoring on Premises. Fit Guaranteed. STONE'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Kiewa St: -Wojteefa^H^use.^.IJnion1st.s welcome, rjii JHONSTON,' Federal Hotel. Best Accom. X . Members fc^Travelling- Public. Free Stblg. HnriOS. -RYA''N. MARKET HOTEL. Albury. X ?'.. ? Best AVincs, Spirits,, and Ales. -??????? ARIAH PARK. S~ TEYVART & vIlUTMWAITE, for Drapery, Boots, Groceries, ana Ironmongery^; ARM! DALE. . A FACT WORTH KNOWING. RAMSAY'S _'_ ? ROYAL Can't B Beat. . , '\ ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. m':'r' The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps. for. last shearing,* :- There is no certainty that they will apply accurately for this shearing, but will in the great majority be only liable to slight variation. It is almost impossible to get dates and particulars for this year's ghearng to publish in time to be of any value to members, hence last year's dates are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. ? In this list the lines~ indicate shed, post town, number of shearers, hand or ma I .'chine (H. or M.), and number of sheeD. 1 FROM 8th TO 14th JULY. i Gundabooka, Bourke, 5, H.f 7300 I Budda, TIlpa, 4, H, 5500 I Binnegxiy, Binneguy, 8, M., 13,000 ? Jit Brandon, Collarenebri, 7, M., 10,000 i Ka'iwarri, Walgett, 5, M., 4000 , ? i Urie Point, Biewarrina, 15, H., 15,700 f LacWan Downs, Cobar, 10, M., 24,000 i. Barwon Vale, Walgett, 6, M., 6400 | Midldn, Morce, 50, M., 97,200 ( Goorimpa, Wanaaring, 30, M., 81,500 Munffic...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

TO IVieiVfBEBS OF THE A.W.U. Mom! ers are notified that they are to continue working under the terms of_the 'present Arbitration award until such time ? as the claim which is now being made - for an a Iteration is dealt with by the Court. . ' / -- It is 'hoped the Court will determine ?the matter before the shearing is far ad vanced. . - '| In any* engage'ments members may en *ter into extending over a lengthy period, ' they should make a condition that any ? work done after the award' of the .Court has been given, shall.-, be paid for at the ,? vates specified in such award. \V. G*. SPENCE, President. DONALD : MACDONELL, Gen. Sec. ' -'The Kidston Government in Queensland has , killed a man;. That the man :?'?-? fliad -'previously-, killed someone else has ' . ' nothing to do with it. The Kidston Go vernment killed a niah; and it was a most torutar murder. -Alexander Bradshaw was hanged for the murder, of George Sunder: land at Normanton three months ago,' and In the judicial hangin...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES. I9IO. ? ? — — v . ... VIGf ORIA-RIVHERINA BRANCH. ,NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. Hartwood, Jerilderie, 50, M, 65,000. Quiamong, Conargo, 16, M., 20,000. Wanganella, Wanganella, 20, H., 16,000. Boabula, Wanganella, 15, M., 30,000. WJllura, Boorooi-abin, 35, H., 50,000. Zara, Wanganella, 16, M.. 26,000. ' Mathoura, Mathoura, 30, M., 60,000. Perricoota, Moama, 48, M., 104,000. Murgha. Motilamain, 20, H. & M., 20,000. Woorooma, Moulamein, 16, M., 42,000. Toogimbie, Hay, 12, M., 24,000. Yathong, Jerilderie, 11, M., 18,000. Kulki, Jerilderie, 12, M., 20,000. Nap Nap, Maude, 30, H., 55,000. Woodsomelees, Tocumwal, 14, H., 14,000. Mundiway, Deniliquin 30, M., 40,000. , Nyang, Moulamein, 30, M.. 28,000. Windouran, Moulamein, 20, M., 30,000. 'Keri Keri, Moulamein, 15, M.. 22,000. Tarwong, Oxley, 40, M., 60,000. Euston, Euston, 10, H., 15,000. Wunnamurra, Jerilderie, 36, M., 40,000. Aratula, Tocumwal, 26, M., 40,000. Bundyulumbah, Wanganella, 12, M., 2 1,000....

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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

THE LABOR 4IAILY ,-iOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? .-,onic members have been inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed Labor Daily shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall J-e Union-owned and controlled. ? ''lie answer is that it' will be Union owned and controlled. ?To. give the other Unions a chance 'to come in.it is imperative that the scheme n- shall be based upon company lines.-. Com pany law requires that a certain number .of persons shall join ' together to enable la company to be formed in the first iri ') stance. To comply with this law it has jbcen decided that, 'a certain number of approved persons may come in as founda ? 'lion members. The total amount of cash they may pay in only . ainounts to £100 out of. a total of -sGlOOiOOO, and the voting 'power is based on the money' paid in, so that it should be clear they will not have 'the slightest' power to influence the con ' trol which ' the Unions, for whom, are reserved the £99,900 worth of sha...

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VICTORIA. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

VICTORIA. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 1b. ?, Gonn, Kerang, 24, M., 37,000. Biewah, Swan Hill, 20, M., 30,000. Poon B'oon, Swan Hill, 15, M., 13,000. FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. Murray Downs, Swan Hill, 30, M., 56,000. Mellool, Lake Boga, 14, M., 20,000. ? FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Hopk'in's JL\\], Chatsworth, 6, M., 10.000. Mount Emu, Chepstowe, 10, M., 17,000. Wongan, Streatham, 7, M., 14,000. Gorrin, Dobies, S, M., 14,000. Gala, Lismore, 12, M., 21,000. :. Nan-apumelap, Wickcliffe, 17, M., 34,000. Leslie Manor, Foxhowe, 10, M., 20,000. ? Muntham, Casterton, IS, M., 30,000. Cregg Park, Katunga, 4, M., 8000. South Caramut,. Caramut, 10, M., 27,000. Burrumbeep, Maroona, 10, M., 20,000. Warranooke, Lubeck, 20, M., 32,000. Edgarley, Willurah, 12, M., 14,000: De Cameron, Elmshurst, 6, M., 14,000. Y^lla-Y-P.^ora, Buangor, 17. M., 14,000. Barfold, V., 7, M., 21,000. Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M., 28,000. . ? Bolinda Vale, Lancefield Junction, 44, AI^ 65,000. B^nongil, Skipton, 12t M., 14,000. Vite Vite, Derr...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

IMPORTANT NOTICE. The State elections;' for N.S.W.' .will take j fiiacB not later, and -probably.,'. somev/liat' iearlier,' than 'the middle' of October liext. ? V^s large -niinfl-srs of .?electors'XoUo\yiiig the ' shearing industry;; will be .absent, from ? their electorates then,. . I. would strongly - li'rco all such \wI16 'have . already -jmaclc, en % gagehients Covering .that '.' period/ or '.who ' ^^Sir:nO#'\sa.y,.jn-\vhat''.^ec:toratc_sr.th.ey;-.ex--; .pcctto.be in about that time; to\at-ronce ?-. communicate with;/ me, so that early, steps can be : taken . to ;_have specia,l- polling '.' H-ootlis,pro.cln;inea\in' thq; electorates they j 'ar.e.''kojng-. to, to, enable' them., to. record - thei r . votes. ? ''? They; will! need ,'to^supply full - pah iculars 'of ?;tlieir.''names':and.-. addresses, .the electorates .'for; which'.' they are ..le.n- ' . . rolled, and . also, ; where/ possible, ''.. specify '„ the.;'naines o£2 tlje -stations ;th_ey will^e at, ??'??? and .-where th...

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THE WORKER IN THE HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

THE WORKER IN THE HOSPITALS. ^A copy of The Worker is posted every week to every hospital in Australia for tho use of patients.. We regret to hear that in some cases these papers are not made available for those to whom they are in tended. Will members please report any instances in which they are unable to ob tain The Worker when in hospitals? .-?

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HOW FLANAGAN CARRIED HIS BAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

HOW FLANAGAN CARRIED HIS BAT. Cricket was all the rage in the district. Several games had been played between teams ''scraped together among the sur rounding settlers, and matters were very even towards the end of the season. A final match, which was advertised as ' the great test match,' was arranged to come off at Badger Flat between the Blue Lagoon and Badger Flat teams. It was my first season out and I was one of the ' Flats.' A day before the match I received a letter marked 'Urgent' and 'Import- ant' in opposite corners. It was from the secretary of the Badger Flat team telling, me that one of the team' had fallen sick, so that if I possibly could. I must bring a substitute. I was young .and very enthusiastic at that time, and accordingly very jealous of the honor of our team. Flanagan, who is the hero of this yarn, was engaged at log clearing for a neighbor of ours. He was the biggest,. hairiest and ugliest man that I have ever known, and was not. specially intelligent, but. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SEND IN VOUR SLIP. The term covered by The Worker Slips attached to last year's A.W.U. tickets has now expired in many cases, and members are reminded that the new slips must be sent in promptly. If there i.s a black. mark in thev margin it indicates that your term is up and^ that the new slip should be sent ??along if you require us to continue sending che paper. The mark will be placed upon f.vo corsecu tive copies, after which the paper will not be sent unless the current year's Slip Jia* been received at the office; please attend to it at once. It may happen that an odd paper may be marked in ervor; in such Ca3cn members are l'equested to write ^-fe~ immediately to The Woekeu ,-4elli» ? Manager, 129 Bathurst- ^J^^M^ street, Sydney. A mtm- / xPllim^ ber forwarding a neify/ £!iNS$tS&rf- slip should, state whe-/^ . ^ J$^v*'§?^ ther his name ^y^^J^^m vag already on. the s ?xJB&ffiES' .wf list. DO ITy^^T^S^Jr r-: -?? ,.' ?'?'??:??: ?/'.???[ ? .:- Q{ :? . ?';?'?-

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910; CENTRAL BRANCH^ 9 in this list the lines indicate shed, post B' town, number of shearers, hand or machine 9 (H. or M.), and number of sheep. The ? fetes, are approximate only. 9 #?'?' -'-?? . ? ' FROM. 21st TO 31?t JULY. ? ?Bando, Mullaley, 22, M., 59,000 ' ? - m Myall Park, Armatree, 12, M., 10,000. ? Beanbah, Coonamble, 20, M., 22,000 9 Wirelto, Mullaley,- 4, --M.; 7000 9 Coonimbia, Coonamble, 15; M., 14,000 M Wingadee, Coonamble, 48, M., 100,600. '« tfarrana, Coonamble, 44, M., 52,000 .» Cunyilah, Billeroy (C'n'mble), 6, M., 25,000 ^B Wonbobbie, Warren, 15, M., 40,000.. *?? Batterbone* ?'.''' ' ' ? m FROM 1st TO 7th AUGUST. .: ? H TfcuHoo, Coonamble, 8,'JM., -20,000 B Coonamble Scour, Coonamble,. 16, M.,. 65,000 ??? Wf Bini3le,-Coonambl6, 18, M., So.000 . if; Kelgourie, Coonamble, 6, M., 400O ? Eav'larids, Coonamble, ^,M;,, 2000 B Gidgeohbah, Coonamble, 9, M., 27,000 , m Tooloon,: \Coqnamble, 10, ; M;,_' 30,000: M Calga, Coonamble, 24, ''? M., .40,000 K Q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

R\\ _B=a' 1 ? ? JuL/ Ja ^^ JL a%, \j, i f : I OLD Sheep -Shearing Machines Made Like NEW. ; _ Send at once to us. w We Have an Extensive Up-to-date Workshop, SKILLED WORKMEN. 1 You Must Have all Your Machines Refitted with the ! ' _ ? ' BURGON' RIVETTED WRIST JOINT, THE IMPROVED 'WpLSELEY PATTERN' ROCKER, and use nothing but the 'DREADNOUGHT' COMB, Fast Shearers Demand It \ Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. ; 73 MACQUARIE STREET, SYDNEY. ^os this season by sticking to ''^ T* t_t fm ^t^Sm/S^ '™'^^Bfc^|fc^ ? M Still the Same Price, rigHt tKrotigK. ? I THEY WILL UNDOUBTEDLY PROVE PROFITABLE TO YOU. g The 19J0 manufacture are the finest that have been put on the Australian B Market. Station Storekeepers can GET THEM for you in two days through the § Sole Agents — . 8 DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD. § Combs S? Cutters WM^Ml \ LAST LONGEST AND FOR /- / ™ K -' ? ' / )r // I CUTTING QUALITIES ', / /-? \,lST£/? V ?'/ , I I STAND ALONE. ||m| #(| ffl A Queensland Shearing- Contractor 1 * t V: ...

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SCANT DANGER OF A MISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SCANT DANGER OF A MISS. A ' Prominent Business Man ' lias discussed the Federal Land Tax with the '' Daily -Telegraph,' and attempts to prove that the , small urban property-owner will be the man hit by that tax! . ' ? . - ? MAGNAifIW[OUS..-LAKD -MONOPOLIST (with a soulful -sob) :.'? For heaven!s sake, don't fire that gun. 'Think of the small city men yon; might hit!'

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SHEARING A SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SHEARING A SHEEP. Save you ever tried to explain in writ ing how a sheep is shorn? Here's the result of an attempt to describe hand j shearing by an Ameiican. It sounds jeasy: — ' Place the sheep on that part of the Goor assigned, resting- on its rump and yoursel* in a posture 'with one knee on ing- against the left thigrh. Grasp the j shears about half way from the' point to the bow, resting the thumb' along the | blade, which affords better command of j the points. Commence cutting the wool at the brisket, and proceed downward j upon the sides of the belly to the ex- j tremity of the ribs, the sides of both i thighs to the edges of the flanks; then] back to the brisket, and thence upward, ! shearing the wool from the breast, front l and both sides of the neck — but not yet | the back of it — and also the poll or fore- j ; part and top of the head. 'Now the jacket is opened and its position, as well as that of the shearer, changed by being turned flat upon its side, one knee of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

Come to -us for yotir Shearing St^pplie^. Our combs and cutters are of the best steel — are well made, I and very durable, 9 -^ ^^-} ^m Otitters I m^^^^p-^ Company. ^^sssss^*10^ |6 YOUNG ST., SYDNEY I t 1 ! 1 i FT i Still maintain tiie, lead. Jk A h B S^y^^^^S^^^^^ Cutter, which saves the Comb and S ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Cutter, has proved a great success. Straight Ea;k S ''^^^^^^^^^^^^w Obtainable from Country Storekeepers * B Wall i§l5§lsli $i~Mi Bfi/- PI' A ^T 5 * I n 'V 1 1 J' E^k F& ff\ ! 1 u mm-& MOFFAT- VIRTUE mJSh0$ 1 2 - EACH LIMITED, \~j2h-^--^£Bg I (Postage Extra). 1 Bent Sf., Sydney, N S.W. Ordinary Cutter. §3 o-n--^ r^c^-^'-^i Federal Sheep Shearing Co., Ltd., ~*rJ?Z?i&s~;r., 1 t»-oeTdv-:- o'' -l1'^-1-.- Qusensland, Victoria, South Australia. 5: -';, ea~t 1 oT^ke^ .oVdeVno^ M'«»«h -fe.^Uarie St- Ordinal II: e.ch. g 5 * Posts 3 s Ex tr h . |s order to introduce onr HIGH-GRADE TESTED SEKDS -$-?~j-S-^=^. $ \ 1 iu-.o ev«ry honnr. or- are giving r*«y pr-.zss s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

WYNYARD ELECTORATE. BALLOT PAPER. , '???; .(For A.W.TJ. Members only. Cut it out arid ? . ? ' vote.) ? | -.BOSTON, W. J. - IIOAD, J. V. ?'?- ' -;.. ..;. -.?'?? * ? HOLLOWAY, R, ' DIRECTIONS TO VOTERS. 1. Place the figure 1 in the square opposite jrour' first choice, the figure 2 in the square opposite your second choice, and the figure .. i in the square opposite the name of the -{person you like least. ? 2. All Candidates must be numbered, and -Slip ' A ' of Ticket, li)10, must be attached, ?ptherwise the ballot paper will be informal. ? '3; Voters must be residents of the Wyn yard Electorate, and must sign their names find addresses in the inside of the envelope \n ?which' the ballot paper is returned. 4. All envelopes must be marked ' Ballot Paper,' and must-reach the undersigned not later than SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1010. W. D. P. O'BRIEN', Returning-Officer, Tumut. ' AUSTRALIAN W0RKEK3' UNION . - .ilNATION OF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. rpHE following NOMINATIONS for Execu X tive Officers ...

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PRIME MINISTER FISHER ON THE NEED FOR LABOR DAILIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

PRIME MipTEN'SHIR ON THE HEED |(JR LABOR DAILIES. ??.-. ' — ~ -.. '. - « I would- like' to 'say One word with regard to our position as a Party to-day. Speaking of tiie; Federal Party more particularly, we . are in possession of the machinery of government and legislation. We are without a press of our own. . The press may or may not take up a hostile altitude. It may be fair and just, or it may .be unfair and un just. I will assume that it will be perfectly fair; but it will be ? mostly, party.- I ask this audience, representing as it does the larger audience . ., of tlie citizens of Australia, to consider as a question of the first moment, ? . if for the success of the Party, now and always, the time has not come when you must have daily newspapers .of your own. (.Applause.) Yop. ^ *. must have your own papers to expound your own political principles, * so that both sides .shall' be heard and the best of each side put by the respective advocates of their policies. ....When that ti...

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SYDNEY SHEEP SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

SYDNEY SHEEP SHOW. ' The Sydney Sheep Show opened on June 29 to a magnificent exhibition of . she,ep. from all. parts of the State and' from Vic toria and Tasmania. There were about S30 entries, ^Nvhich is not qu'fe equal to. the record established last year, but the quality of the sheep maintains its high standard^- and was more uniform. . The Vermont types of sheep 'again predomin ated, .-and though a general reversion in favor of large pla^in -bodied sheep is evi dent, throughout the flocks of the Cpm-* monwealth.it is significant- that: the grand prizes' were .awarded to heavily-wrinkled sheep. One point worth noting is that the classer appointed 'by the Sheep Breeders' Society to' go through the exhibits and ascertain if they, were properly entered traiisf erred 31 sheep from the classes in which they had been placed by the ex hibitors. Some of the sheep were trans ferred ?' from the fine wool to 'the strong wool section, some from medium to strong and strong to fine. This, mus...

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HANDLING OUR OWN WOOL WHY DO WE EXPORT IT GREASY? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

IflANDLING OUR OWN WOOL ' WHY BO WE EXPORT IT GREASY? f Austria's greatest asset h its wool 'lip' In fact, wool may be regarded as J,e barometer of our prosperity. A good rool season usually means a good season ail round; and as the -value of cur export $8e'wWoi amounted to over £25,000,000 last year, the fluctuations of that business '.innP affect the welfare of a large pro portion of the population. But while the 'wool trade 'must be treated with 'the- ut {^st ?.respect as a conspicuous factor of !|,ionaf commerce; while thev greatest Circumspection must be shown in dealing ty ''legislation, or otherwise, ; with ? .the operations of such a .highly organized :Wde, the question constantly arises Wether Australia could not make more d its wool industry in' increasing the national wealth and developing employ ment. A few weeks ago we published an article showing the commanding .position occupied by Australia as, a wool growing (.country. It was pointed -out that 70 per j cent, of the ...

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THE RURAL WORKERS' UNION. BRANCH FORMED AT ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 6 July 1910

THE RURAL WORKERS' UHEQH, ' BRANCH FORMED AT ORANGE. . .Dart / \Byrnes went to Orange, N.S:W., ? week or so ago, and got a swing on the movement to establish there a branch 'O- - the Rural Workers' Union. lie was as-* | sisted'iSy Senator Gardiner, and as a vei suit a meeting was subsequently held ii» the A.W.U. office,, at which, a branch of' the Rural, Worker.s' 'Union was estalb-?*,' lished. Mr. Byrnes stated that the Union was well established- in Victoria, and was moving* into. N.S.W. _ The Calai'e e!ec-- tdrate had' been organized, and a' great number of farm workers enrolled. The ' intention was to organize the men, in the Macquarie electorate. Mr. Ike Smith was» appointed' president pro teni;; Mr. W. Lam^ bert vice-president, Mr.-J. J. Mooney or-* ganizingr secretary, and Mr. J. McLean; branch organizers The; committee comprises; the above-mentioned and Messrs. G. Chand-« ler, W. J. McCartney, P.^Maher, and J-. ,j BjTiies, who, have power to add 'to thcia number. The Union ,...

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