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ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ABOUT WOMEN. I ' Men;' said Miss Muriel Matters, the Australian suffragette. ' are not able to mother the nation as well as father it. That is why we -want to be in Parlia ment.' # # # It appears that in New York there is what is called a ' Consumers' League,' whose aim is to find out. under what conditions goods of any kind are produced, with a view to ventilating abuses and bringing about improved conditions of work and pay. # # * The Kidman girls are riding across Australia with, their father. They expect a journey of at least 500 miles. In the early days Mrs. John McEacharn (who was a McKenzie), and had relatives about Goulburn, and a brother Murdock near Wagga, rode from Taralga to Strath downie. # # # The newest motor bonnet looks for all the world like the corner of a sugar mat turned in at the edge, given strings and a veil, and stuck on the head with the point upwards rather than back. We can see a similar shape on a farm or wharf any wet day, when men make a cowl and cape ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

HOUSEHOLD. Tar water is a good gargle,- and was often used to di'ink as a germicide in earlier . days. To make it stir a quart of pine tar into 'a .gallon of water. The old dose- was half a pint morning and afternoon.- I have often-, wondered how it would act in cases of nasal catarrh. { Perhaps someone knows this, too. ? ; # # # ?'. \ A bush woman, who lias reared a fair sized - -family and nursed' and bandaged - innumerable ' other people's children,'' gives me a dressing for cuts and scratches that is, at least, new .to me. The magic healer is plain ordinary pepper. She just shakes it--on out of. the castor and stops the bleeding, 'then the wound is bandaged. Has anyone else used it, and does anyone know if pepper , stops the bleeding by acting on the nerves con trolling the capillaries? '-.Or is it just 'a ^ plug,' ' like flour? . ; - 1 #' # j .# ? ' ' : / - . I - saw a ' bazaar notion ' -.the other day which could be elaborated from some thing ' merely odd -to! something useful...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE BAIRNS. EPITAPH UPON A LITTLE CHILD THAT DIED. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. EPITAPH UPON A LITTLE CHILD THAT DIED. I. ~ Here she lies, a pretty bud, Lately made of flesh and blood; Who as soon fell fast asleep As her little eyes did peep. Give her strewings, but not stir The earth that lightly covers her. i- t* n- k Here a pretty baby lies, £- $ Sung asleep with lullabies; E1 1 Pray be silent and not stir ^ The easy earth that, covers her. .p. — Robert Herrick (from 'English Cradla | -j. Songs.') S s-i. # ? * The competition for May and Jun«- (prize 10/) has brought in a number of , c varying papers. As June is not quite out ; (at time of writing) they will be held » v over till next week, when the prize will ^ n be awarded. I would just say this, though, 1 while two children,* one 14 and the other v ; under, have sent in papers containing - 86 and 92 lines respectively, another boy (of 14) sends in just 10 lines! Now, ?' i don't you think that is too bad? If he had been eight or nine the case would .??? have been different. Of course lines ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. All communications for this page m should be sent to Mrs. .Wary Cilmore, .-« i-Ienty-street, Casterton, Victoria. | | ' .\'3 ,T::H A .-v * * v

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

COOKERY. ' hi ,/d'Sa .Ae for Puddings. — Beat a cup of nice, soft brown sugar with half a cup, of butter. When creamy beat in an egg and a teaspoonful of Vanilla or other essence. A cheaper sauce may be made with half the butter and sugar and a cup of cold maizena ? stirred In at- the last minute. — (A.) » * * L.O.G. asks' for rice biscuits.— Talc® %lb. ground rice, Vilb. sugai, two tea spoonfuls baking powder, essence of lemon, and milk to mix into a soft dough. Roll thin, cut, and bake 10 or 12 minutes in a quite hot oven. A softer biscuit can be made by the addition of an egg and a tablespoonful of butter. In this case use only one teaspoonful of baking powder. — (A.) # # '# The same correspondent sends the fol lowing: — Almond Cake: One cup butter, one and a half sugar, two flour, half milk, three eggs, two tea'spoonfuls baking powder. Beat the butter and sugar to a cream, add the egg previously well beaten, and then the milk, lastly the flour and baking powder. Blanche the almo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

LOWES TAILORING . Iir- Wiir $'£% Br»jjM«««i«SH5Bw Ml! f/t\ ws'*' V*£ff7 JTAs , »»{/// l^p^nC Bs'vw vvvw%«92r /-'*- 4 kIiI II ! / /MrW* f BS'wwvwwwjggjf PV»/ ft* '/// / XO'w a® Iff _- i y iMififfprr'S '* f\t*J ^ « w \ -? SlSur^v v^frwH-\^^5^\A^/^rWA#yyv wflKSSg^ TtprfiPft * f \r*t * * \ * * / * t * * s KI&4 v * * * * ' * t * ' * 3@U Lowe Suits to Order and flj j Extra Trousers Free. H ' For a few weeks longer Extra B|l » Trousers are fre-b with all P3 | Lowe Suits tailored to measure. ca | . The arrival of large shipments el g. of new Suitings, the mildness g«L g of tho season, and the necessity gal r? of keeping our enormous staff ||a g of Tailors and Operatives fully ||J - 'i employed, iiave prompted us to jg5] I open ? another Free Trouser |j9 S Season: Eg ? Send right away for ' patterns. ||| ! self-measurement form, and g| ( tape, if you cannot call to-day. Ega | We pay a!i freight. g|| s George and Oxford Streets. ||j -'--^ 1 y- ?

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NEW AUSTRALIAN NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

NEW AUSTRALIAN NOVELS. -. 'The , Doutole ' Abduction,' toy H. K. .Blpxliam, tells howv tw.p ..Wilcannia girls . were carried off by* the ..wrong men, and ; were eventually found.' arid'., rescued -by -? the right ones. The 'story, is told in a: plain but. satisfying way.^; :The author is evidently, well acquainted with the coun try :he describes/, The ; period : is that' of the sixties, when 'a great' proportion of. the back '? country -was not vyet talcen - up,. and,. indeed, much of it Avas:.unknown ter-' ritory. A narrow fringe -along the bank of the Darling and Paxoo rivers, and some'' scattered stations -with undefined boun daries, /comprised 'the district' in those 1 days. Sheep were shepherded, and num bers of semirr-wild blacks'-roamed about the country/ now here and' now there, ac cording as- rain fell 'in- tliis . .locality or that;' Australian stories ^ with definite place/ and pei'iod are welcome. The book., is. illustrated -by .Ben ^Jorcjan,' whose work is' improving.' ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ITCHING PILES. KEEPS THOUSANDS AWAKE, MAKES LIFE A MISERY. Piles nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. But, wait a minute. Yes, you can too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. 3t means get the right thing. .It means Doan's Ointment. This remedy will do it. Believes at once, and cures if you use it long enough. , All irritating skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Doan's , Ointment. Mrs. H. Puley, Gipps Street, - Concord, Sydney, says:— 'For years I have had itphing piles. Only those who have suf fered know the pain and irritation of this ailment. I tried dozens of pile remedies but nothing gave me relief. 'A friend called my attention to Doan's Ointment and I sent for this remedy. I got imme diate relief, and two pots cured the piles. I am now perfectly^ free of this torturing ailment. I hope sufferers will benefit by my experience and give Doan's Ointment a trial.' When we say that; Doan's Oint ment wi.1.1. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

Melbourne ladies are forming a Lyceum Club. At a' Town I-Iall meeting recently, chaired by Mrs. A. I)eak-in, some 50- gor geously-dressed ladies discussed the pro posed qualifications for membership. All ladies must possess some distinction (liow much?) in .art, -literature, science, - or some kindred pursuit, or shall have .rendered 'distinguished public service,-' or passed two university exams., or are the wives or daughters of 'university professors.' The last named qualifica tion /takes the whole hereditary bun. We euspect the Lyceum ladies of being Fusion politicians in disguise.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

T TOW TO GET. HOMES WITHOUT DE ll POSIT, 'FREE OF INTEREST, with 12}i years' Repayments, 2f- per cent, less than ?ent, in any part of New South Wales. A I Dine purchased for £250 would only cost 7.'11 per week, and at the end of 12 ^ years t would be paid off, and absolutely your -wn. Call or write for particulars. Office iours: I\lo:id:iv to Friday. 10 a.m. to. 5 p.m. ''. J. DAI/PON. T.O.O.F. Temple, 13G-S :iizabeih St. (opp. Mark Foy's), first floor. | laiiiwjMiwiwMMii^^yq,. nrfcutfi'11'11* 'flMiniraan ii 1 1 nil i iigariiTirTTrw'wMTiMrnfTnaTff'||w'|w WOMEN AS WELL AS MEN HAVE Ptmt fffc KIDNEY DISORDERS. iBVi There are many men and women who suffer from mysterious aches and pains, who have never suspected their kidneys. If you y . have backache, excretory disorders', gravel — if the heart is. irregu ^ i/ lar, the skin sallow, the limbs bloated, weak, and shaky — if you i £ have rheumatic pains, chilly sensations, or dizzy spells— begin at once witl1 Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, f...

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

MAINLY POLITICAL . ? ? ? ? ? What's the matter with Premier Wade? He Quotes Mr. W. M. Hughes as having said' the br'.ck combine was a Federal matter. What the Federal Attorney General did say was the very opposite— ' . ? ? J? ? C5tr-4 a, nrviravtt — that it w*u: a case ior luc pwiu ment. And Mr. Hughes added that if it were a Federal matter he would long ago i have got down to taking action. Mr- | Wade's evasion is, therefore, a foolish at tempt to divert public attention from his I refusal t:- avail himself of his much lamentisd State rights. But as his sup porters seem to agree with Mr. Henle5r, M.L.A., who says the combine could with, impunity levy 'a larger price on bricks, Mr. Wade wants to shunt his -State rights responsibility on - to the Australian Go vernment. Another excellent reason for wiping out the Wade party. ? m # Th« neglect of the Wade . Government to rebuild the resumed Rocks area is i one of the calamities deplored in the agitation against consumption, which is l...

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A to Z ELECTION MANUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

A. to Z ELECTION MANUAL. To meet the needs of hundreds of en quirers as to the provisipns of tlie Elec toral Law, we have arranged with Mr. Tebbutt, solicitor, and joint author of the popular ' Local Government Manual' to compile, an ? A.ts.u. Election . ivxanuav . giving in. handy alphabetical form a full ex planation. of the provisions of the, electoral law and regulations for the State of New South Wales, The work will be of special service to secretaries of Labor Leagues, election committees, candidates; and lay men generally.. It will be published a& sixpence per copy, and will be available* within a few days. Orders are now7 being booked. ..

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WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR. ► Abolition of the Legislative , Council and the substitution k therefor of the Initiative and Referendum. ft - Electoral reform to provide - ^ proper machinery for the j true representation of the \ ^ people in Parliament. \ ^ Cessation of further sales of J , Crown Lands. i * A proper system of Closer J - . Settlement. X *' Water Conservation and Irriga- 1 ^ tion. - Restriction of Public Borrow- ^ ' ing. J State Bank. - - Graduated Land Tax. \ - Free Education. — Secondary, J i Technical, University. i | Re-enactment of the Industrial c - Arbitration. Act. ^ i The Zone System of Railway \ f Fares and Freights. s \ Regulation of - Hours of Labor. % i Workers' Compensation. J } Nationalisation of Coal Mines. -

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SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. ALBURY— B. C. Loyd. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. ANNANDALE— G. M. Davidson. ARM I DALE — F. H. Bryant. ASHBURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. . ASH FIELD — W. B. Prendergast. BALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. BELMORE— P. J. Minahan, M.L.A. BELUBULA— Iko Smith. BLAYNEY— G. S. Beeby, M.L.A. BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. IBURWOOD — Thomas Tytherleigh. CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertson, M.L.A., CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Trefle, M.L.A. COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A. COROWA— J. GRANT. DARLING HARBOR— J.' P. Cochran, M.L.A. DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan, M.L.A. DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. GLEBE, THE — Thomas Keegan. GLOUCESTER— Con. Hogan'. GORDON— C. Von Hagen. \ I GOUGH— H. Colditz. GRANVILLE- — F. E. McLean. GWYDIR — G. A. Jones, M.L.A.: HARTLEY— J. Dooley, M.L.A. KAHIBAH— A. Edden, M.L.A. KING — J. J. MorrisH. - , LACHLAN, THE— A. J. Kelly, M.L.A. LANE COVE— S. E. Hutton. LEICHHARDT— A. C. Carmi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

OUR ADVERTISERS. When dealing with our advertisers, always mention The Worker. It will be to our mutual benefit. Mr. Ti J. Foley, estate agent, Lewisham, advertises in this issue Waverton Estate, St. Peters, consisting of 22 acres shale land suitable for brickmakirig. » imrtum u turn hij&th immii 1 m t,.1 ,ud Happy is the Cook I* I who saves time and disappointment by us LESLIE'S 1 BAKING POWDER 8 in her cooking. ' Leslie's ' is the ? Purest and Strongest Baking Powder flu ever manufactured. S All Grocers. g CJHEARERS LOOKING FOR SHEDS can get there quicker and easier when riding a CARBINE. WORKER, or UNION BI CYCLE supplied by the Maker, T. w. HENDERSON (the workingman's friend), 40 and 42 Park Street, SYDNEY. One Shearer has ridden 5000 miles on one, and is still going strongly. We sell for cash or for terms, and have hundreds of Second-hands of all makes for sale. Write to T. W. HENDERSON, 40 and 42 Park St., SYDNEY, for Free Lists and particulars. ? TROUBLE . BY RIDING f...

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. WHAT IS A LIBERAL ? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. I WHAT IS A UBItRAL ? I Hat is a Liberal? 6iie who is willing I 0 fork out his penny and pocket your shilling'- s . j richster, or Bungler, or both, he is proud ?jien Election comes round to mix with the crowd, _ .. ? ? ? » *? 4-1i n «tAn-yn nonn nf to cheerfully grasp « — fjilst' smiling to think of the oncoming : spoil. * fiat is a Liberal? Can a sweater be Fbogiveth so little and taketh so much? | the making of drunkards, disease, r crime and sin sa 'Liberal' profession, how the devil ; must grin! nd if the making of laws can be added as well, he outcome must, sure, mean 'rejoicing- ; In Hell.' ' * 'o whom is he Liberal?. Who robbeth the State ly degrading its citizens early and late, jmoindful of all that in human is good a soul, heart and spirit, in body and blood? Ind, thinking alone of his own selfish „ . is a creature intent, upon copying gain. A Liberal'— Oh, totted be he who can speak ?his lie of corruption, with tongue in his ? cheek; hat a man in Mono...

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NEWCASTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

NEWCASTLE NOTES. t The miners' wages board is again hung up. And rightly so, when the employees' representative consents to a lOd. per ton rate for filling, when the ruling vrate is 1/3. If this is not being led to the slaughter, what is? The C.E.F. have received £500 from the New South Wales Labor Council towards the support of the imprisoned leaders. The Newcastle Eight-Hour Committee have lost one of its very old representa tives in the death of Mr. Rees Powell, president of the Glebe Miners' Lodge. ? Mr. Powell held the position of Trades Hall Trustee for the past 17 years. A blow received on the head from a prop in the mine on Saturday morning brought on paralysis.' Mr. Powell was with the Art Union Committee purchasing prizes when he was stricken down. The Newcastle Labor Council has under consideration the establishing of a North ern District P.L.L. Assembly, comprising all Labor Leagues and Trades Unions affiliated with the P.L.L. executive within a radius of 30 miles of New...

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES On Monday night there was a good at tendance at Sydney Technical College to hear Mr. J. W.- Turner, superintendent of Technical Education, deliver a lecture under the auspices of the N.S.W. Chamber of. Manufactures on ' Technical Education in regard to manuiauiuica. *-? »«.?=- tainly a happy thought which prompted the association of the fchamber with the lecture, for in the training of the Austra lian mechanic technical instruction of the kind provided by the college is bound to play an ever increasing part in fitting him to bring his work up to the high standard it must occupy in competing against the product of the worker of other lands. It is not top certain whether we have yet outgrown all the inexplicable prejudice felt against most things of Aus traiian make, and a few more lectures of the kind delivered by Mr. Turner would do much in the direction of clearing it away altogether. The lecture was splendidly illustrated by lantern ...

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LEAGUE SECRETARY HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

LEAGUE SECRETARY HONORED. Mr. Fred Scott, the secretary of ttia Coolah Labor League at Coolah. 'was .on Saturday, ??fl.Otli June, presented witli a silver, cruet (suitably inscribed) and a purse of twenty sovereigns by tin laborites of. Coolah : district. M.iv- Hornet member ' for the . district, made th« presentation, and eulogised Mr. Scotl for his unselfish and abl6: services to the Labor cause -for many years. Mr. Scott . feelingly Jesptmded, and in the course oi . his remarks mentioned that the leagiiq had £20 in hand to assist Mi% Horne iW the coming contest. Mr. McGarry, -M.L.A.0 was also present at the function, ;and de livered an able address, on the coercivi ^ methods of the present Goverrfriient. The splendid reception accorded the able and energetic secretary of the Coolah Labot League proved the high esteem in which' he. .is held in the locality by 'his felln-» Laborites. ' .

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RURAL AND GENERAL WORKERS' FEDERATION. Objects. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

RURAL AND GENERAL WORKERS' FEDERATION. Objects, ? ^ To combine the rural ii.iti general workers in one. association' for the' purpose of securing to them a just reward for their industry. Contribution. The minimum rate of membership, 10s. per year. Such subscription to include a copy of ' The Worker.' -the official organ of Fede ration. Any member of A.W.U. already re ceiving ' The Worker ' to get a concession of 4s. on his ticket-. All rural workers are urged to join the Union and assist to better their conditions. Tickets obtainable from organizers or agents. All communications to be addressed to the General Secretary, Trades Hall. Melbourne. x List of Agents, Victoria. Bacchus Marsh — D. MeCormack. Ballarat Jiast— P. P. McMaiion. Yarrawee street. -? Berrhvillook — A. Brown. Birchip — C. Williams. ' Bonnie Boon — R. S. Kelly. Bo* «Vi— -r. Quinn. - - Carron — F. Franklin. Casterton'r-W. E. Kelly. Castlemaine--M. Connell. Charlton— W. Curnell. . ' Co.leraine — R. Coustley. Condah — ...

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