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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

Answers to Correspondents. A. B'f'ld, Gladesville.— Regret your ar ticle, 'Freedom-loving Australia,' etc., far too lengthy for 'Labor News.' Tried to condense, but found Impossible in limited tune. ' Many of your statements convey wrong impressions of the Labor attitude, particularly those on the 'class war' and the alleged inscriptions on revolutionary banners.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

FOOTBALL. The North Sydney Club held their an nual meeting last Tuesday evening at Deane's Sports Depot, North Sydney. They had a large gathering of players and supporters, and everything augurs well for a successful season. Mr. A. Ritchie has been appointed president, Mr. L. Dargan, hon. secretary, Mr. L. Scholfield hon. treasurer, and Messrs L. Dargan and L. Scholfield delegates to the N.S-W: Rugby Football Leaer»° ' * ? * Other clubs are holding their meetings as follows: — 17th March, Western Sub urbs; 20th March, Balmain arid South Sydney; 24th March, Annandale, Eastern Suburbs, Glebe, and Newtown. * * * - The New South Wales Rugby Football League are now issuing season tickets for the coming football season. The privi leges offered for the £1/1/8, which includes Federal Amusement Tax and carries a lady's ticket, are admission to ground and grandstand for all competition and repre sentative matches played in the metropoli tan district. Tickets do not entitle holders to admissio...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

- BOXING. State Bantam Champion, Jack Green, is to try conclusions with Billy Tingle, at the Stadium' to-night. ? ? ? Dashing Jimmy Clabby is getting him self into shape again at his old Waverley quarters. He Isjus an appointment Jjvith Fred- Kay at Rushcutter Pay Stadium .on March 29. :' ' ' ? * '.*.'.'*''?'' After eight stirring rounds Jack Green defeated Jack Finney for the State Bantam' Championship at the Stadium last .Satur day night. The attendance was again good, showing that the game is rapidly being restored to all its old time popu larity. * '? ? That great old ring general, Fritz Hol land, clearly outclassed Tom O'Malley at the Hippodrome on Monday night, Referee Joe Wallis stopping the contest in the 16th round, when O'Malley was apparently hopelessly beaten. * # * George Mendies followed up his victory over George Gray by defeating George Eddy (Vic.) at the Hippodrome on Mon day night. It was a ten-round affair, and Mendies put his man out with a left to the body withi...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NOTES & NOTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

'&-ttQStflt1V&- NOTJQN5 If they had only takeq more notice of the watch in the old dajrp yre would better have been able to compare tMe respective merits of horses of the present time with [ some of the past performers. It's just '208 years ago since the great race took place between the Duke of Rutland's filly (un named) , and Hervey Dun, over a six-mile course*. 12st. up, for 500 guineas aside. The latter colt, who lost, belonged to Lord Harvey, who was the 'big noise' in racing circles in those bygone days. He was also a punter at the cards or any other game of chance that jumped up in front of him. In June, 1710, his ticket. No. 32,847, drawn1 in « lottery run at the time, won him 'a benefit of BOO pounds per an num, commencing from Michaelmas, 1710, for 32 years; also another ticket in the same lottery won him a fiver a year for 32 years.' Things weren't so rotten in the 'dim arid misty,' as the wowser would have us believe. « ? * ? The sale of Plying Fox was fu...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

CATCHING A COLD. ' CATCHING ' AND CURING. There are hundreds of alleged cures for a , cold and just two wjiys of preventing' it ; the first is to avoid chill, and tlie second is to destroy the germ that spreads llie complaint, because for one man who catches cold by chill there are a hundred cases in which the cold ' catches ' -the man — by infection. THE INFECTIOUS COLO. ' Don't come near jne, I've got a cold.' This is a common, friendly warning and it makes one' think. If yoii can catch a cold from another person there must be something to carry the complaint ; so there is — a germ which sows itself and grows a cold. Kill that germ and you won't catch cold. KILLING THE INFECTION. There is only one way to stop infection and that is to kill ihe inkciing germ. The thing we use to do this is called a disinfectant, in oilier words a jjcrns-Uillcr. The very best is Lifebuoy So;*«7. Use and lest have proved the -jerm-kiMii;£. power of Lifebuoy . Soap in Inboraiui v, ho^pila! and home. BY...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

? — — — — ? ?* , ., . i ? r ? — — ? »» ? ?— ??- N.S.W. BUI&Y FOOTBALL I$A&tJE. *?- , SEASON TICKETS. ' The NiS.W. RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE are now -issuing SEASON TICKETS-for the COMING FOOTBALL SEASON. The prfvileges offered for the £1/1/8— whichinchrdes Federal Amusement Tax and carries a Lady's Ticljet— are admission to ? ground -and — grandstand for all competition and representative matches played in the Metropolitan District. Tickets do not entitle holders to admission to practice, benefit, or testimonial matches. - . Office: 105 Phillip-street, City. H. K. MILLER, Secretary. ? ????-.? s ? ? . »

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. BELMORE WARD, CITY OF SYDNEY. XTOTICE is hereby given that an ELEC 1^ T1ON -for ONE ALDERMAN for BEL MORE WARD, to fill a Vacancy caused by the death of the late Alderman John English, under the provisions of the Sydney Corpora tion Act. 1902, and the Sydney Corporation Amendment Act, 1915, and' the Sydney Cor poration Amendment Act, 1917, will take place -n FRIDAY, the Twenty-first day of MAROH, 1919. Dated this 'Eleventh day of March, 1919. R. W. RICHARDS, Lord Mayor. .Town Hall, Sydney. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. BELMORE WARD, CITY OF SYDNEY. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that an ELECTION of ONE ALDERMAN for BELMORE WARD, in the City of Sydney, to fill a Vacancy caused by the death of the late Alderman John English, will be held on FRIDAY, the Twenty-first day of MARCH, 1919, and that NOMINATIONS must be made in writing- to the undersigned, at the Town Hall, George-street. Sydney, on and after TUESDAY, the - Eleventh day ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Obligations. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

War Obligations. Fax : Lately., we've heard a great deal about war obligations. The sycophants of big finance tell us that to meet these obligations the worker will have to. re double his energy. For once _ in a way we agree with the sycophants. The worker will .have to redouble his energy, and' treble it if need be. He will, have /to or ganise in- the shops and factories as he never . organised before. He will have to push the literature of Labor unity into every nook and cranny of industrial life. The future is potent with pregnant pos sibilities for organised Labor. But with out thorough organisation the worker can. look forward to nothing but disaster. These are the war obligations upon which the worker must bring to bear the whole of his energy without pause or restraint — to push Labor propaganda and to organise. The recent military orgy we were told was a war to end war — a regular clean ing-up of this international business of cutting throats. It was incumbent upon civilised...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

ADELAIDE TAILORING GO. ADELAIDE CORNER, GEORGE & MARKET STS., SYfl HEY AND AT MELBOURNE, PERTH, -FREMANTLE, AND KALGOORL1E.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE WEEKS AWAY The Great Easter Carnival A BIG FIRM'S ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

FIYE WEEKS AWAY The Great Easter Carnival A BIG FIRM'S ACTIVITIES Since Sydney took its mask off, the general business depression seems to have. melted away like the_ mist before the morning sun. This, at'any rate, is the im pression formed by our representative, who called during the week at the head quarters of The Adelaide Tailoring Co., corner of George and Market streets, and was accorded an interview by the Sydney Manager, Mr. H. I. Meyers. MR. GLICK'S ENTERPRISE. Enquiries for Mr. J. L. Glick, the Mana ging Director of the Company, elicited the MR. J. L. GLICK, Managing Director. information 'that he was away in Mel bourne, making final arrangements for his extensive trip abroad, which is to em brace England, the Continent, and Ame rica. During his trip, Mr. Glick will seek new sources of ? supply for materials, in order to cope with the ever-increasing consumption by the various branches of the business already established in five cities of the Commonwealth. He jal?o in tend...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fraudulent Democracy of the Government and the Railway Commissioners Exposed. Just Three instances of the Democratic [?] Treatment by the Government, the Commissioner, and the Court in dealing with the Tramway Men. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

The Fraudulent . Democracy of the Government and the '* Railway Commissioners Exposed. Just Three instances of the Democratic f^J^r ^ Treatment ,by the Government, the~~ 'J Commissioner, and the Court In deal- : ing with the Tramway Men. The Labor Government, in order that harmony and efficiency might prevail, established an Appeals Board in the Tramway Service, consisting of — ,4 --.J ; 1. A chairman, to be appointed by the Government. ' .. 2. A representative of the Commis sioner. .. * ~ ? ' . ; 3. A representative of the men. The working of this Board over some years gave general satisfaction, the men, with their own representative there, hav ing confidence in the justice of the Board. With the passing of the Labor Govern ment, 'however, this democratic metho* of providing for even-handed justice, while as a dressing in a shop window it has been left, still its functions' as far as the ob servance of its awards by the Commis sioner or the Government have absolutely ceased. ? ' . ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holman to His People. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

Holman to His People. 'All I can say with regard to the living wage is that the workers should be very, thankf ul to get £3 a week.'— William, Lord Holman, to the electors of Petersham, 5th March, 1919. Three pounds a week! Be thankful that you get it, ''' ? Down on your bended knees and humbly pray! ' Even now, my lords (God bless them)' half regret it; They think with me 'tis truly splendid pay. Back to your shackles, slaves! Dare not again ro pester me, for protests are in vain! What matters it if o'ur own little King, Sir Walter, draws five thousand pounds a year? What w.atters it if Fat Men scheme and wring The life blood from the workers? Laud I cheer,' Such friends I cannot 4ose. .Where would I be, [f I had not these men to vote for me? What matters it if Hunger and Despair Haunt you and yours until -at last you die? four children's lives be cheerless, empty, . bare? They kpow not how to laugh, only to cry? Children may starve and cry in misery cold, Their tears are nothing w...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Herald" and Returned Soldier Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

The 'Herald' and Returned Soldier Scandal. 'S.M. Herald.'' in a recent leader on the Defence and Repatriation muddle, urges the National Government to mend its ways, and says: 'If the Federal authorities are deaf to the cry of justice, perhaps they will heed that of expediency.' What an. abject confession by the 'Herald of us own moral. depravity when ? it supports a party so confessedly despic able that it can only be appealed to with t any hope of a favorable response by fear of defeat! The 'Herald' goes on to say that 'there is the most urgent need that strong and competent hands shall take hold of the machinery of both the Defence and tjie Repatriation Departments.' Surely even the ''Herald' must realise that the men whom it condemns for their ?'? weakness and incdmpetency cannot sud-' dehly become strong and competent un less a miracle occurs. That being so, strength and competency ? can only be hoped for : by a change of rulers; and yet the 'Herald' shrieks hysterically tp its...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prussianism in the A.I.F. A RETURNED SOLDIER SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

Prussianism in the A«1«F» A RETURNED SOLDIER SPEAKS. In to-day's issue of the 'Daily Tele graph' (11/3/19) Mr. Hall, M.L.A., is re ported to have said at Petersham that the Nationalists have done more for the soldiers than any other Government, and 'asks what is the difference between the rule of militarism here and on the con ? tinent of Eurooe. Now, Sir, I would like to remind Mr. Hall that when the question of military discipline and pay was before the Federal Government the Nationalists, with the ex ception of the Hughesites, voted for the same discipline and pay (1/- per day) as in the British Armyvand it is entirely to the credit of the Labor Party that the . 6/- per day was carried both in the House of Representatives and the Senate. As to the treatment meted Out to the incapacitated soldiers of the A.I.F., who only receive ^0/- per week of a war pen sion while a judge receives £45 per week, and the Government gives a person named Scully £6 per week, is this what Mr. Hall 'ca...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fate of the Strike-Breakers. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

The Fate of the Strike Breakers. Tlie so-called 'loyalist' miners of Pelaw Main and Richmond Main collieries (Mait-. land district, N.S.W.) are complaining that the Government has committed a breach of faith with them in allowing the members of the old Dinkum Union to work them out o£ the industry. These alleged men were brought from Victoria to work the mines mentioned during trouble with the Coal Miners' Federation. They have met ???'??-?- usual fate of scabs and strike breakeis by being cast contemptuously aside when no longer required. The boss official of, the Strike-Breakers' Union blames the Victorian Government, and, getting no satisfaction, approached the Federal Acting Prime Minister (Willie Watt). Watt said it Was the State Go vernment's concern; not his. Then the New South Wales Government was ap pealed to, and replied that,*, as political scabs themseKres, they naturally sympa thised with the , industrial species, but had enough troubles of their own, and, as Victoria h...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Kaiserism in N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

More Kaiserism in N.S.W. (By P. BRGOKPIELD, .. M.L.A.) I wish to bring before the public the autocratic and Czarljke action of the Federal Government in connection with a man named Marks, and the connivance of the State Government in this monstrous injustice. This man was convicted and sentenced to six months' jail for being a member of the I.W.Wy, and received a further twelve* months ?foreswearing he was not a member of that organisation; a statement in which he still persists. I wish to point out that this man is, STILL IN JAIL, although his sentence EXPIRED LAST NOVEMBER, I have tried on several occasions to secure the liberation of this unfortunate man, -but all my efforts have been unavailing. This terrible injustice is happening here in sunny New South Wales — not per petrated by the ^ Czar or Kaiser, but by the National Government of Australia. When the State Crown Law authorities are approached on this matter they say, 'Oh, that is a Federal matter. You had better see Mr. W...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. COOTAMUNDRA ELECTORATE COUNCIL ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 15 March 1919

MEETINGS.' COOTAMUNORA ELECTORATE ., .' i COUNCIL ELECTION OF OFFICERS. gv At 'the Annual meeting of the Coota |p ^undra. Electorate Council, held in the i:? ? ' league Hooms, Cootamundra, on February §St ?'.'. JBS, the following officers were elected: — m'\ ' ^President, Mr. C. B. Trefle; vicepresi W fflents, Mr. P. O'MaUy and Mr. Stanton; p' '-secretary, Miss A. Trussell; treasurer, Mr. wh' 'fetanton: delegates to Annual Conference, ''?',-. ;Mr. C. B. Trefle and Mr. Hawker; alter f 'natfe -delegates. Messrs. Stanton and ' 'Campbell; lady delegate. Miss A. Trussell. ^ A g-ood roll up of delegates from the : following centres were present:— Coota- % '?? xnuhdra, Temora, Junee, Gundagrai, Coolac, 'Jugiong, Bethungra, Illabo, and Stockin ::.'? jtoinsral. ?. ' ? * The election of officers for the year was ?'?. the special business, hut a good deal of r. other important work in connection JK with the organising of the electorate wae *?'-'-. transacted. The annual reports of the presiden...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDITORIAL. COMING A.L.P. CONFERENCE. AN EPOCH-MARKING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

EDITORIAL. COMING A.L.P. CONFERENCE. AN EPOCH -MARKING EVENT. In less than a month's time the Annual State Conference of the Australian Labor Party will be opened. Many causes com bine to make this gathering the most momentous in the history of the Move ment. The next' All-Australian Labor Confer ence is to meet in this city three months later, and it is certain that the decisions of the Victorian and New South Wales State Conferences, both of which meet during Easter, will largely affect the de cisions of the Interstate gathering. ! The niain reason for the importance of the coming Conference is. that the Move ment has reached a stage of development when it must take a big and definite stride forward or cease to be a living force in | Australian politics. ? . * \ j For several years the Australian Labor j Movement h&s made no substantial altera j lion in its Objective or its Platform, and | lias been hovering on the brink of Social ism, fearing gto take the plunge. It has i...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

NOTE/ Jiir4r^^ii^knd-lto!^r^ai£tf%itJ*ould. be Macdoirell 'lloiise; 32l? FItt-streeti Sydney, 3«d bitfine^s: ?ebnimujtle^tfroins and ' remit lu noes tp- 11:e M-diiaereL-. a t tiie' same ' address, j All inaiter intended for' publication .Bhpjjlcl reach tlie- Editor not- later than Wednesday in each week. ? ' ' ? * It must J;e disUnotly understood Uiat IHerary contributions are NOT PAID FOR unless ilcfinHe ap^ngemehts for payment have been made with the Editor. Our financial resources toeins very limited, only the best articles ' on the jnost important tojiics can be paid for at present. Persons disregarding tlifs notire do so at their own risk. At. tlie same time the 'Labor News' offers opportunities' denied by the ordinary press to express the most advanced opinions in .straight dinUUn) language. iRates of subscription:— yearly, 6/-; half yearly, 3/6;. quarterly,. .2/~. In all cases subscriptions must be paid in advance. Owlrtg-tb- the large cii-eulation assured to 'The Labor Nercs...

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