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RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY SUPERANNUATION. WADE'S SCHEME INTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY SUPERANNUATION. WADE'S SCHEME INTRODUCED. ' Late in the day,' as Mr. McGowen re marked, the Wade Government last week submitted the Railway and Tramway Ser vice Superannuation Bill. Any Liberal measure of the kind must have gained Labor support, but. the trouble was that Labor members had to take a lot on trust as to- the actuarial merits of the bill. They had to take Mr. Wade's word for it, and that is a course which Labor men are chary about following. 'Is it actuanauy sound?' the Premier was asked. 'If yon don't like it, vote against it,' was the am biguous reply of Mr. Wade, who brought forward no computation tables or other data as a guide to members. The Govern ment Statistician had asserted that it was ' all serene,' and they had to be satisfied with his judgment. The Premier gave a lengthy speech on the second reading of the bill, laying stress on the statement that such a scheme must be compulsory and not voluntary. The men had submitted a scheme, but th...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELCOME HOME! NEWCASTLE MINERS GREET THEIR IMPRISONED LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

? 4 ? WELCOME HOME! NEWCASTLE MINERS GREET THEIR IMPRISONED LEADERS. The strains of ' Home, Sweet Home ' have been heard by English people under many and varied conditions, but it is ques tionable whether they ever made a more direct appeal to the hearts of their hearers than on Monday last 'when played by the Hebburn miners' band in welcome to the tarany released victims or wao.es coer cion Act. The crowd was typical of the New castle district. From all of its centres they had come to offer welcome to the men who had suffered unjust prosecution in the interests o.f the industry and their fellow men. Although the most populous mining districts are distant from New castle, and the journey in many instances involved the payment of railway fares approximating a day's pay, no mining centre was unrepresented. No attempt was made to attract an attendance by sports or other amusements, the proceed ings being strictly confined to addresses of welcome and replies thereto. Notwith standing th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.8.W. It is significant that supporters of the Government have to bo back to the '9J Broken Hill strike to fina a precedent for the leg-iron outrage. * .-'.# * A A Taylor has been selected to carry the 'Labor flag against G. T. Hindmarsh in Rous. W. M. Moses, who was originally cBiooted. retired on medical aftvice. # . *, .. * What the Wade Governmen has done for the workers may be summed up in the words of the comic song, ' Didn't v/e do it in the future; ain't we going to do it in the past?' ? * «g * i ? The 'Daily Telegraph' told the truth. 'A Liberal candidate (Mr. McCoy) ad dressed a 'large gathering,' A Labor candidate addressed' an 'enthusiastic meeting-: * * .*? ? ; At St. Peters Mr. Rupert McCoy said that Mr. McGowen liad admitted that he could find no fault with the policy of the present administration. Does Mr. McCoy expect sensible men to belieye such a pal pable misstatement? Mr. W.N. Gillies, the Labor candidate : for ti'ie Richmond, has received the sup ...

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STRIKE LEADERS HEARTILY WELCOMED. REMARKABLE RECEPTIONS AT VARIOUS CENTRES. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LEG-IRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

STRIKE LEADERS HEARTILY WELCOMED. REMARKABLE RECEPTIONS AT VARIOUS CENTRES. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LEG-IRONS. The welcome which has been ex tended by the people of Bathurst, Goul-' burn, Sydney, Newcastle, and other cen tres to the released men who had been imprisoned as a result of the Newcastle conspiracy cases, has been of such an enthusiastic, and purposeful nature that it may be taken as the pepole's vote of censure in regard to the Coercion Act. At Bathurst Messrs. W. Brennan and A. Gray were received with remarkable heartiness by the residents, who drove them around in motor-cars, banqueted, them, and extended to them the right hand, which accepted them as honorable citizens whose reputation had not been tainted by the atmosphere of prison. 'I shall never forget the people of Bathurst,' said Mr. Brennan earnestly. Goulburn's reception to Messrs. A. Lewis and A. Burns was equally spontaneous, and on every hand sympathy was expressed for the released men and for Mr. Peter Bowl ing...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ILLAWARRA HONORS GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

ILLAWARRA HONORS GRAY. All the released Newcastle men were given great receptions, but, perhaps, the best of all was that which greeted Andrew Gray at Bulli. Hundreds of miners formed a procession, headed by leading citizens. Later on a great open air meet ing was held, and the President of Bulli Shire (Cr. Spiller) presented Mr. Gray with a purse of 50 sovereigns from resi dents of the district. The Balgownie committee presented him with a gold medal bearing the date of the signing of Magna Charta and the date on which it was broken by the imprisonment ' of Andrew Gray. In the night there was a smoke concert, and the released leader was eulogised on every hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

The Soap of the Century. — All shearers should use Barclay and Sons' Eucalypti Soap. It cures Itch, Eczema, Dandruff, Sore Eyes, Piles. Price, 6d. Auburn, N.S.W. OHAFMAN &» CO., (Late PAGE & CHAPMAN), Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, DALWOOD CHAMBERS, BATHURST ST. Telephone 2464 City. SYDNEY. B. A. YOUNG TAILOR AND CLEANER, 29 King Street, Newcastle. UNION HANDS, UNION RATES, UNION QUALITY— THJ3 BBST,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

TERRIBLE INDIGESTION. Pains in the Back like Knife-thrusts — Distontion and Wind caused great Distress — Became Completely Insen sible. Bile Beans Restore Perfect Health ^to a Suffering Housewife. 'I suffered terribly from indigestion,' says Mrs. C. Clarkson, of Davey Park Estate, Clyde, near Sydney, ' and but for Bile Beans I do not know what would have become of me. When I used to take a breath sharp pains like knife-thrusts would catch me between the shoulders, making- me gasp in agony; while the heavy weight that seemed to settle on my chest used to be most distressing. Then my liver got disorganized and became en larged, and while living at Auburn I had a most terrible bout of biliousness. The wind and vomiting fits used to cause me agony unbearable, and I was that giddy that I hardly dared trust myself to stand. My stomach would swell up, and I used to belch forth sour, nauseous gases, with feelings as if I was being choked. One night I vomited mouthfuls of green bile, and the...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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£1000 FROM 1000 MEN. FIRST AID FOR THE LABOR DAILY. TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION SETS A GOOD EXAMPLE THAT ALL OTHER UNIONS SHOULD FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

_ ? _a ? FIRST AID FOR THE LABOR DAILY. TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION SETS A GOOD EXAMPLE THAT ALL OTHER UNIONS SHOULD FOLLOW.' The scheme for the establishment of a Labor Daily has received substantial sup port of the right kind from one of the most influential Sydney Unions. At a general meeting of members held at the Trades Hall on Saturday night, the N.S.W. Typographical Association decided to ap propriate £1000 for the purchase of shares in-Labor Papers Ltd. — the. company Promoted bv thfi A.AV.TT. fnv H-in nnrnnco of publishing a daily newspaper to voice the political and industrial aspirations of tho workers. In moving the resolution to that effect, Treasurer McFarland expressed the opinion that the proposal was the best that had ever been placed before the Unions, and gave every promise of being entirely successful. The Typographical Association had spent a lot of money dur ing past years in assisting other Unions during periods of industrial trouble, and a Labor d§aily -newspap...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

Our f.urpriae packet of handsome PostcarA? i-ndi designs, every card artistic. *' tilgh-claas, will adorn any collection, stun niiit,' value. Post free 10 any address, tja., honestly worth Is. 6d. Every packet dii ferent. We make this astounding ottei merely as an advertisement for our Postcaia Department. If they are not worth tnrei, tinus the money, return them to us ana we will immediately return your money. Send stamps or a sixpenny piece, ana De sure you ask for the UW . Surprise Packet. Address: THE CROWN STUDIOS, 448 George St., Sydney. FOR SALE.. FRUIT GARDEN and FREEHOLD LAND for Sale, situated half-mile from the prosperous town of West Wyalong. Twenty acres of Freehold Land, together with eight acres of splendid Orchard Fruit, Trees, full bearing. Plenty of Water, Good House, etc. 'Will Sell Cheap for Quick Sale. Apply J. PKADE, c/o W. J. Elliott, Auctioneer, West Wyalong. NOMINATED PASSAGES TO NEW SOUTH WALES. LONDON TO SYDNEY FOR £3. Any person ? resident in , New South ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

|A WATCH WITH A REPUTATION. ^°/^\ JOE DAVIS' SPECIAL LEVER iT/C%^^il IS A HIGH-GRADE WATCH .rll/0 ^jSB^ AT A LOW PRICE. ^^gaej|jHbBfi|La :' Strong Nickel or Oxidised C?ise, dust ^^^^^yff£^3^»|k^ proof or water-tight. Guaranteed for ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 10 years and to keep pet feet time all ymF^ym -Tot solid silver case, 30 - |HlvL x^'Bf5*^. ubhb Sent postage paid to any address, and Wiltajk ^ *k JfegHmM after a week's trial should !t not Sive i wl^lr f- V_ -I ^vs/rm every satisfaction you can return it ^S^slC //k* ^^isA. jVjSwW anc* nav0 your money back. 1 ^$g%Ss^ tfUfc UHVlOj : pfF-Su^I'^S^^^'aS': 26 PARK STREET, SYr-NEY, j you in making selections, and save . Estab, 30 years, One door frOm pltt st. , you money. ? . ? : j 'l* ? ' ? in i ? ? ? niwi»iwi|ii i ? || iiiiii l imnjimiBfiwaB«aMPWW^ ? I *- ? ' ? — : ? — ' ? ' ? : ? ; ? : ? '' 1 jgWV I II TflUgT ^MLIIHIHr^lTIWT .'i-'fr— — _________—«-— S9S8BB^CBBKBBB^BBS9nn +im— iUTIHi THE ? WtB P1ANO- : j |THB DRESDEN. | ? (Trade Mark) 1 I ELVY &a...

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THE MANUFACTURE OF LOCOMOTIVES. OBJECTION TO OUTSIDE CONTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

THE MANUFACTURE OF LOCOMOTIVES. OBJECTION TO OUTSIDE CONTRACTS Mr. I-I. Henstock (Australian Engineers) bi;ouffht under th6 notice of the Ke^ South Wales Labor Council the fact that there had been' persistent rumor: that the Government was about to let con tracts for locomotives to firms outsidi Australia. Personally, he could not reallj say whether there was any just grounc for the rumors, but their prevalence pos sibly pointed to a danger which might be avoided if met at once. The time hat1 gone by when it could be said that New South Wales could not do that class o- worK. uingines naa oeen -manuiacturea iu Clyde in two yeax-s less than contract time, and of a. quality that was undeniable. Mentioning1 several firms capable of un-r clertaking any orders the Government might give, Mr. Henstock said that his own society, the Amalgamated Society, the Boilermakers, and other trades con cerned, were proud of the work that_hac' been done in -locomotive manufacturing ir New South 'Wales, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

^^^w Bttilt for* Hard -sSi ? y^ - -H-^Vr fi, CLjg Jl a » g^i ? The man in the back blocks meets some pretty rough roads and it must bo a good cycle that -will stand them all. We make a special model for use in the country. It has a very wide clearance, and for bush riding is unsurpassed. Shearers who want to get over a lot of ground without vexatious ? . breakdowns will do well to investigate the merits of this model. Send for catalogue. S&E-NME-TT &» BARKELL, 'Largest Cycle Building House in the State,' 234 PITT STREET and CASTLEREAGH STREET. I IF YOU . ? i I8END ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. I GUARANTEE THE BEST I MARKET PRICE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON LICENSED ' . RACECOURSES. j. To ensure reply, all T«I«flrams must bs marked REPLY PAID. \ I SUFFICIENT ADDRESS I J£-j» #38L JS?S, A.^1 SmJ EL 4r*b-&m4MLmSMlSA.^B « : Reg. V.R.C., V.A.T.C.^ and A.J.C. (Mention ' Tho Worker.') X^f^^^^^^^^^/^/^O^^J / AND SPORTS GIVES AWAY WaSWOn ^^^^S^^^^P^ DRAWNN29lTZOCTOBER. by Mrs...

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IRRIGATION SCHEME SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

^^^ T^ T T T - ' IRRIGATION SCHEME SCANDAL. !F Mr. Wade continues to call for some evidence of maladministration on the part of his Ministry, it is not impossible that it may yet be forthcoming.. Mean time things' continue to . crop up which ai-e getting as close to the real thing as most decent people like. ' The latest ex ample of the strange ways' of the Wade Ministry is in connection with tne ..Barren Jack irrigation scheme, and all things considered it is a very warm example indeed. . So warm,- in fact, that Mr. Wade might find it convenient to enter into some more of his ubiquitous explanations which' have of late been 'so nauseating and. futile. The scheme is slowly drawing to a completion, and now it is seen to be largely a scheme for shoving a large amount of unearned- increment into the pockets of sundry private landowning and speculating friends of the Government. Evidently the Wade Government finds it hard to get away. from inherited habits..^ The scheme is intended to i...

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FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

* T, T T Y T T^T T FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. T' HE death of Florence Niyhlinsale, famous for her great hospital work ? in the Crimea, which has inl'lueiict-u me whole course of modern mirsins, is re ported by : cable from England. Miss Nightingale's name was originally Shore. Her father, a Sheffield banker, took tlie name- of Nightingale on inhcritm? Hie' estates of a 'relative. J]is only children were two daughters — Florence, born in the Italian city of that name on May in, 1S20; and ^ Parthenosse (afterwards Lady Tr«.... ~_.\ 1- ? « i ._ A il^n.^n n 11 A ll'imftf] Wllll .y.Biaej^, uuui jii ^lliiciio, ami ''''?' ? ^n reference to the Parthenon. Lady Verney B wrote for -the 'Cornhill ' and other masa- ? zincs. Her 'work in fiction included novels '? called ' Stone Edge ' and ' Lettice Lisle.' B Florence Nightingale's success in »-* H life-Avork was largely due to a character- B istic thoroughness. Instead of playing at jH being a ministering angel, in young-lady- ? f« like fashion, she...

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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

PRINCIPAL GONTENTS OF THIS ISSIIF ? - : Page. £ 1000. from 1000 Men ? 13 Australian Parliament -..'......... -5 Cable News ...................... 19.'.. Caged Like Beasts at the'Zoo... . 3 Calendar ? ? 2 Kcoyorio Election : .;.-,.:.... .....^24 .,. Labor and Protection ....;.;. ? 9 Labor League Notes ...... i. ? 4, 6 Lay of the Land . . 1 . . . . . . , . . .'? .: 18, 20 Leg-irons for Strikers in 1893.... V 23 Mainly Political .....;.!....-....... 1,1 . Merely Personal ..... :'. ;_.'v': ':'.''; ;V- U 22 Page. mines and' Miners ? 9 ?Mr. Martin Hannah, M;L.A. ..'.... 23 - News of ..the Week ...:..:........ 19 - . Our Women's Page ? 7 Page Twenty-One ? 21 Queensland Trades Unions ;...... 3 Seven Years of Strenuous Fighting 23 . South Australia ? 5 , Sundry Sports ................... 19 Strike Leaders Heartily Welcomed 14 Theatrical Artists and their Pay., 3 TheCouncils .Miist -.Go * . 1. ...'..'. ;:. 13 .; Page. Straight Australian ? . .. ? . .. 12 ??'A Pretty Label on an Empty. Tin . ....

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THE CRIME OF COMMON SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

THE CRIME OF COMMON SENSE. g A^ELBOURNE 'Argus?' these' days is fi a- VG1T mad newspaper. It sees ? devils everywhere. The -shock of 13th April 11 seems to have permanently deranged its I limited thinking powers. A feature of a 1 recent issue was an indignant howl be ?f..^f^'w1' l-11*- -uuiiuuu j. unco utiu. uaicu lu Sprint a statement, forwarded by its Aus Itralian correspondent, to the efffeet that I there was no need for alarm anent the Ipolicy of the Federal Labor Government. ? To the 'Argus' this was an outrage, a ??.Shocking derelection of journalistic duty. Bit couldn't understand it. For years past ?the ' Argus ' has been .notable for two Ifjabits; firstly, that of showing extra ?|rdinary deference to the views and opin iipns of the 'Times,' and, secondly, of ?constantly misrepresenting the Labor ?movement as an anarchistic plot or com Ijnunistic scheme— you take your choice— ||or wrecking the marriage- tie,, bursting -up ?the home, destroying the' Empire, and ?playing:, old...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

The £\ijgestioii that Mr. Wade should be invited to the Eight-Hour Dinner has inspired our Ariist to a special effort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

'''?THE WORKER, ? - ? ? — - Business Address: 129 Bathurst Street, ..Sydney, Printed and -.- published by Hector Lfimond, ? of ' Naralu,' Spring-dale Road. Killara. for and on behalf of .the Australian Workers' Union, in New South Wales. Victoria, and South Australia, . at ' The Worker ' Office, 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, NiS.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. . Within the Commonwealth. '' ? Yearly ? ; . . 5/ . Half-Yearly ? ...'....,....:....., 2/6 Outside the Commonwealth. Year Only in Advance. - N.Z., Papua, and. .Fiji . .% ? 7/2 U.K.,' U.S.A.. and elsewhere . '. . . .'.?9/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same . rales as for Ordinary Edition. The Two Editions will be. posted to the same address at the following rates: — 7 Year Only- in Advance. Within- the Commonwealth Vv. .... . 7/6 N.Z., Papua, Fiji ? ; ? 9/6 U.K., U.S.A., and- elsewhere ' V. ..;.- 12/- Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all Business Communications to be addressed to The 'Manager. HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. ...

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LABOR PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

LABOR PHILOSOPHY. 1 ' The Rev. W. Temple, yrho is a son 'of the ; late Archbishop oi! Canter bury, is doubtless a i'ine ecclesiastical scholar, but his lecture given- last. Prjclay ' at the Sydney University proves him to be somewhat of a novice -at sociology and economics. His1 leuifure dealt mainly with educa tional Emitters, but incidentally he ' discussed politics. He said what we wanted] was a ' new and compre -, hensivcj political philosophy.' This ;. 'new '' philosophy, is .to afL'e'ct- our educational methods and influence citizenship. ]\lr. Temple*, was evi dently, speaking as a 'result of his experience with the :oldt _politicaL parties 'that stand for -class interests instead'of the welfare of the common - people. ' Does he not 'know that the 'Labor Party's objective is' in direct sympathy with the- 'ideals he advo ? eates? The philosophy of tlie. Labor ^Party is. absolute' Jn its human i . 'tariauism ail d a complete in its methods ' of ? reform. Mr. Temple makes -' the ...

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STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN A PRETTY LABEL ON AN EMPTY TIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 18 August 1910

STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN A PRETTY LABEL ON AN EMPTY TIN. *T* HE vast difference between llr ??? Wade's mockery of a Workmen's .Compensation Bill and the New Zealand Act has been exposed by Mr. A. 11. Grif fith, M.L.A: Tlie bluff, of the' 'premier that his bill was based upon the N.Z. Act 'was a slim attempt to deceive the public. The Wade bill is really' founded -'on the old New Zealand, Workmen's Compensa tion Act, which was repealed in 1903; be cause it was utterly inadequate in its ..operation. This old discredited Act is what our Deform Premier copied.. How far it falls' short of the. latest New. Zealand Act 011 the subject has been demonstrated by a comparison^ of its emasculated provi sions 'with the' repealed- Act of New Zea land. Mr. Griffith - clearly shows that Wade's caricature of the New Zealand Act omits large sections df workers from any^behefit,, \v;tiatWer. Among those ex cluded' rand riot specif iedJ: as benefiting under Wade's bill -when he introduced that skeleton were...

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