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No title [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

sr.-suv-v.;- - ???, ?? . ifc^'Peun anyone pblnt to anything which the fe?|-f*^Wiv. Nationalist Government lhas at §||^jitpted: which it has made a success of ijpSKfl*!^ the' last two years* ' ?' ~ ? §M^r- :~ ? ' ? ^ -??'??. -..'?? gJ^jDjaniBhed jobs/ growing debts, soaring; ^ vebarges, shameless and unchecked Ig^^teerlng:, burfleneome taxation, in Ill^^Jjea v-charges.p on rail, tram, and ferry ^^|^ :^i|jtier prices for gas, groceries, And ^P^^sfiii^'-waioh' w« mt, drtnis. wear. ?feo::.'-::-;-&: ^^pBt|»fet (scheme Introduced and dropped suddenly at the .command of Big Busi ness; a sedition and disfranchisement of political opponents bill, which wasted tlie time of Parliament for -weeks and -was dropped eventually; wheat silo construc tion contracts, which caused two Cabinet crises and haven't done smelling yet A mask-muzzling farce, ?which penalised ordinary citizens, while allowing the At torney-General, a Minister himself, and the Supreme Court Judges to go maskless, was ^c...

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

?Printed by H. ELBoote, of Faraday Avenue, N.S.W. RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. SEASON TICKETS. «. £!£,£[;§.? W- RPGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE are now issuing SEASON TICKETS for ? the COMING FOOTBALL SEASON. The privileges offered for the £1/1/8— which includes - raaeral Amusement Tax and carries a Lady's Ticket— are admission to ground -aBB? granaatand 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: 165 PhiUip-stnset, Ci-^ H. R, MILLER, Secretary^ ^

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Resources of Queeaslaad Millions of Acres Available for New Settlers MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. ^PERPETUAL LEASE PRICKLY-PEAR SELECTIONS. I [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

The Resources of Queensland Millions of Acres Available for New Settlers MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. f PERPETUAL LEASE PRICKLY-PEAR t i SELECTIONS. The lease is in perpetuity and is not capable of being converted to freehold. The area must not exceed 2560 acres but rhay be further limited by the notification ? opening:: the land for selection. During the first period of the lease as declared by the opening notification no rent is pay iolilp lint the -nrlcidv-near on the selection ttnist during -hat period be eradicated in M6t less than equal proportions each half- year*a.nd thereafter the selection must be |£aintattied dear of prlckly-pear. After : &e first period the annual rent payable by Hie lessee during: the next fifteen years of ? $be lease shaft be 1J per cent, of the noti 'fied capital value of the land. The rent j£or «aph period of flftean years thereafter Shall b'e determined by the Land Court upon the application by the lessee or the * JStinleter f...

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

ll ^;*^fc»risT'f WCTiOl^iiATES ARE LIGHT' § t COMFORTABLE AttD IMMOVABLE p . - j. Upper or Lower $*U .£3 3s. each =V' :' ,, ' ? ^,»i iil^ v^sai ^y 'Holdfast' Suction Plate 5s comfortable ' :??* ^49 ^^'^KMnk.' because It floes not Jiurt the -mouth or gums, '„: ? -^ ? -_j^?r BrSPr*ir^r»mt» an-3 remains immovable in spite of the force ?\ fi^t W '^BSS£a9\'fHum of biting and ' chewing tlie hardest food. ».. i -? ^^^fc^SL -^--^{i\ VVk Visitors to Sydney fitted with Teeth in One ?'' '; I^sI^IBHKB^^^iH ' rnin'css Extractions and Stoppings ^'**aJI T^j^Yf FROM YOUR 'SELF. TAKEN . i. . _ ; ? , ^^^'kJi-l. *^ Patfpiils who cannot visit me personally can . ,-.;?.? WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. Systeiif of' '?SKLlk- TAKEN IMPRESSION'S,' _' ' . 6 YEARS' GUARANTEE. and given a guarantee of thorough satisfuc K SPENCER NOLAN 2*2!i£« ?' ESTABLISHED IN SYDNEY THIRTY YEARS. -???? . 28 Oxford-stroet 177 Oxford-Btreet ' 133 Liverpool -street '?? (next Wiun'sJ. (opp. Mcllrath's). ('next Snow's). DRINK RESCH'S AUST...

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

TkeLcB^cf fy&M Day by day evidence I s - accunxifla^^^ cerned with -tfebattogr^^': ^||^Si^^ can be penatised without ^rl^R^eKj||a despair, and Bolshevism. -:^^-^M£i&mm While consldertag how far, they 9nia^^^| without quite killing the goose thatiifile^SI pected to go on' laying; golden «fe^^^ a generation or more, the ' ttocXJ^WmB being maintained and Germans ;aitt|^^Si trians are Uterally dying of sfei^^^H -' TbiB ntitebt starvation Is I^SH iiberafely used as a weapon to' f||g^g «ehtfal*o#ers;*o accept aar te«^|^^|

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

Holman and Conscription. Premier Holman, the conscriptionist, was of military age and fitness during the early stages of the war, to . which he tried to drive others, but would not go himself. When asked the reason why, at Peter sham, he replied to the effect that he had more important work to do here. Just so, and every eligible who stayed in Aus tralia had the same right to offer the same reason. Holman exercised his own judgment as to whether he should enlist or not, and that is the measure of freedom which every other fit man had the same right to exercise. Even though a Premier, Holman was scarcely as indispensable as he may have believed, and, anyhow, why should he be the judge in his own case and deny the same right of private judgment to others? Tfle fact that Holman actually went to Europe us a looker-on at the war while his colleagues ran the Government in his absence, proves that he could be spared, and was spared, to approach the danger zone, but that he had no stomach f...

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

Captain Our. Brave Captain Car., with puipose ffxed| ? and true, ? %' Gave up his cosy seat in Parliament, ?, And, with his million, sailed across the ' blue, «^ Upon old Kaiser Bill's destruction bcnt,J A patriot, he hastened to the fray, '\ But never once forgot to draw his pay. S For fourteen months they had a jolly ? time, j Were in the limelight he so much dei'^ sired, -^ 'Til Birdy, deeming they wer4 fit aaflj prime, Js Their presence in the firing-line ie*n ' quired. ' -| So they formed the famous Third Division, | Which dinkum Diggers treated with ae*| rlsion. ~ 4 «1 Then home again, a. hero from the war, , & With honors thick upon his manly^chesj^J He hopes to reap 'what he has battled- fdftf if Billjlm~wiil but dance at his behest-I When interviewed! he said; with knowing smile, m' f^ll Just wait and see, I'm resting for a, ffhtmn - iv4 The Petersham result he fain would 4mo^i1| And vaguely wonders who will get';i||| bump. *M The figures there undoubtedly will efro...

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

Another Ministerial Jaunt. It is stated that among the proposals put before the abortive conference be tween the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion and the Nationalist Government was that Mr. Ashford, Minister ' for Lands, should take a trip to America as an agri cultural delegation to make important in quiries. Notwithstanding that it is alleged that Mr. Holman pressed the matter very) strongly, the Farmers and Settlers turned it down, their faith in the value of Minis terial picnics having been exhausted since their late heaven-born leader, Mr. Beeby, started on his latest stunt Of course, we expect that this will be denied, as many other things have been, denied in the past.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY NOT AUSTRALIAN PICTURES FOR THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

WHY NOT AUSTRALIAN PICTURES FOR THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE? - V To the Editor, 'Labor Njews.'- : Sir,— In your issue of March 16 'True Thomas1' has a^'go' at the 'flicker caplt^ aliste.' I ««re with. him, and, with your permission, I would like to have a 'go,' too. .,..;., -.;? : . .—;..:;...??/ -& V ? ': . Last night I went into a picture show to Pitt-street, Outside tHe theatre was a life-size *i«tyre of ./a- noted (in the picture world) American roughrider; so, being an Australian, And having the Aus j1 '!''''? ^Slii'hSt 1J.»V .?feU&f !«-}&.'* j Jr9l: tmMan love -rf horses and lini'iil iij^^^H fi^yt-npJanted ia me,- -^%^^^B menjtioued jjlcture drew me likf *M|M§gf||gB b6t when this 'famOtft'] rougo'rlderS^^H came he was a Jceeti fliBapppfhtmii&ilP'M me, as he did not 'roughride' to anjr£jfcyjgtt Extent, but spent most of his time '^MnfgB fiitOjthe eyes oil* gir-, and-wheii ne ^^§B not doing that lie was' fighting, s^ijgi^^ handed, a crowd of about fifty...

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

HEAD OFFICE ' ^f&vir*** SYDNEY, ? OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF - I General Banking Business I in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain}, B ' also London (2), and A.I.F. Camps in England. ? Saving-s Bank Department 1 at all Branches, and 8AVINQ8 BANK AGENCIES at 2776 Post Offices B throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain, Solomon Islands, B and The Pacific. ?' JAMES KELL, «* DENI8ON MILLER, I Deputy Governor 1919 Governor ^S BRISBANE LABOR DAY ART UNION (By permission Hon. Attorney-General, N.S.W.) DRAWN AT TRADES HALL, BRISBANE, MAY 24, 1919. First Prize - - s^SOO SECOND .PRIZE, £100; THIRD PRIZE, £79; and 47 other Valuable Prizes TICKETS - (Post Free) - ONE SHILLING FRANK BURROWS, Sole Agent, N.S.W., 30 Queen St., _ Glebe, SYDNEY. R. J. MULVEY, Secretary. Trades Hall, Brisbane. PAY AS YOU WEAR Men can be well dressed In the latest cut and fashion, with the best suitings by r paying for them as you wear them. Good Clothes are now so expensive that t...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE BIG INSURANCE COMPANIES SWEAT THEIR AGENTS AND COLLECTORS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

HOW THE BIG INSURANCE COM PANIES SWEAT THEIR AGENTS AND COLLECTORS. (To the Editor.t Sir, — In these days when the cost of liv ing has soared so high, and the living wage is fixed at 60/- per week, it is sur prising to find hundreds of men employed, by -our wealthy insurance companies Whose weekly incomes do not average 40/-. One of these companies actually deducts 10 per cent, from this small sum as a fidelity guarantee, which is held for thir teen weeks after the agent leaves the com pany's employ. The agreement which these men must sign before engagement is so unjust, and even dishonest, that at a case held re cently at the Central Police Court in which,, this company was the defendant the magistrate remarked that he could not un derstand how any man could be induced to sign such a document. So far as the fidelity guarantee is con cerned, by virtue of this precious agree ment the company is entitled to recoup it self out of the few pounds which by law is the property of the agent...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUND THE SHOWS THE BEST FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

?^I^^PrSK^Wl^ THE BEST FILMS. ??? Business has not been as brisk as it might be in the moving picture world since : the influenza epidemic. Patrons prefer to attend the suburban shows in stead of making for the city as before. It is 'Sa pity, because exceptionally fine programmes have been showing at all the houses. Elsie Ferguson does her best work to date in -Ibsen's 'The Doll's House,' at the Haymarket and Hoyt's; While Clara Williams, in 'Carmen of the Klondike,' pleases her host of admirers. These are the two best films for the week. # # * THE TALMADGE TEAM. Norma Talmadge, who used to be the brightest of stars a short time ago, has paid more attention to emotional roles of late and left the comedy to sister Con stance. There is yet a young Talmadge, who will probably jump into Constance's place by and by; but it is to be hoped we are never going to lose that delight ful comedy work with which Constance Talmadge has been charming picture-^ goers in Australia lately. In her late...

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

SEE THAT YOUR NEWS AGENT DISPLAYS THE 'LABOR NEWS' POSTER. IT'S IMPORTANT.

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

The Abolition of Classes. Whoever invokes the idea of the work ing class as the ruling principle of society does not put forth a cry-jthat divides and separates the' classes of society. On the contrary, he utters a cry of reconciliation —a cry which embraces the 'whole of the community; a cry for the abolishing of all the contradictions in every circle of society; . a cry of union, in which all should join who do not wish for privi leges, for the oppression of the people by privileged classes; a cry of love, which, having once gone up from the heart of the people, will forever remain a true cry of the people, and whose mean ing will stiK make it a cry of love, even when it sounds as the people's cry. — Fer- dinand Lassalle. .„ H

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

ig^^iJ ^^» For Sale— Murder. According to a statement in the British House of Commons the German U-boats fere being sold. SVho'll buy a U-boat, a fine boat, a new boat? They've put them up to auction and all '? goes welL Ho! people out to kill men, tYou know that there are still men Afloat upon the water that you want to send to hell! 'Who'll buy a true boat, a fast boat, a ; U-boat? Raise the bids by sixpence, we'll sell them cheap to clear! So may the Devil speed them, For somewhere Fat will need them ' To murder honest sailors when the next . war's here! ? ? ? A Dumping Ground. ' America has just been shooting out a jiumber of people described, by some body in authority as 'undesirable.' There's B. notion there or thereabout which ought to be considered at the Peace Conference. Have one empty bit of country set apart — ftn island for preference with a warship going round it — where people could bo '?dumped for their country's good. The ichoice shouldn't be left to officials, how ...

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

? -£T . . . - — ~:.-— „,. ?,-._ .. ... . l^K,. '.JtBt- — — a Dwarf Price? and -Qfatit flHWP^ J^/^ ^ V X«lu« so Wind ? In hand fc{ ^^^S^y^iK-g 1 Fayi r«ar footwear $#-*?!- ^Oy*f UPWARD FAY. Ltd. vH8j^3N51(EE£^ ^ Pltt and Ltverp°o1 st*-- 'dr^T' IN J 'Also at: SYDNEY' ^«7_ i- ? George-street, Haymarket. FIMfi FGOTWFAR Broadway, Glebe. *^?'^ V . Bridge, Newtown, . '' ??**?'??' ?' '?' - ? ' ? _ NefitMAty demand* arid vft*.* ' :. . -^Z'- ' :: ?- 'iiyWaSKk 4oin dlcUtM^plircJiailna -de. ? . . ' . — _-? ^,, JJ?illS' toe -flrtatest footwear X«iv ^^^/r3H§M»M- '^il Mb EDWARD FAY, Ltd, «^fwM^fe|jS 'The Big Boot Block,' Wi.J^^^gjmm^^^ , JjflS Cr. Pitt and Liverpool. StSj ' ~ *^^ ^^^^^^^^ ' f^Hn ilSoat:^NEY'' - - IN ^|| SaattWfeJSS^^W FINE FOOT WE AR I Bridge, Newtown. .^^ fl9

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Macksville and the "Win-the-Warites." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Macksville and the 'Win-the- Warites.' The Macksville Branch of the A.L.P, have passed the following resolutions which they desire to be 'concreted' into the Labor Platform: — (1) That through the recent war our freedom as citizens of the Commonwealth of Australia ended in 1914. (2) That this was due to those Imperial satellites who are our present rulers, viz., Hughes, Cook, Pearce, and Fisher, aided by their pack of Jingo followers, having by sinister design and in subtle concert joined with autocratic and militaristic England against the rights of Australia's toiling Democracy. (3) We consider the question of our par ticipation in this* war should have been submitted to the electors by referendum. (4) We now demand that the abovemen tioned persons, as the ring-leaders in the conspiracy against Australian Democracy should be compelled to abide in Britain for all time as arch-enemies to the future peace of Australia. (5) That Imperial naval and military federation with Great Britai...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR AND AFTER THE RUSSIAN SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

TBEWlRv^, AND AFTER ^ THE RUSSIAN SCANDAL. ??-----? . B in e, leading article, under the above ! |F leading, the 'Manchester Guardian' — tliat E almost solitary example in England of |i'*ome thing approaching honest, independ |. «nt journalism — aeks a question, and then fc foes on to give the 'Tory-Law-George' ,„ government a few facts concerning Rus [ «la. It says:— F 'BUT WHAT CONCEIVABLE JUSTI [ FICATION can there be for any BRITISH rOQVEBNMBNT TO EMBARK ON SO I 'WANTON AND CRIMINAL INTERFER | J3NCE IN THE AFFAIRS OF ANOTHER L NATION?, For the fact is, that the real = though unavowed reason for our previous '? Interference is entirely- different from the avowed reason. THE REAL REASON, of f course, is that the war against Russia has v from the first really been a war against J1- that particular form of Socialistic theory , Known as BOLSHEVISM. We are no ad ^ jnirers of that theory applied to any west n_ era European country; we believe it would fce disastrously subversive — even...

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

A Poisoned Bait ^?As long as it seemed necessary for po jBical,' financial, and diplomatic purposes. Be workers of England were dazzled with Ilromises of a new heaven and a new |«TihW-'a6 soon as the war was won.' Uffeguiied by these7 specious promises, Iwafiised Labor was induced to ' relax Iftiba safeguards, and to abrogate Tulee |»ch loner exnerience had shown were Icessary to protect the workers . against fcloitatioh and sweating. . prade Unionists suffered many things at ie hands of merciless profiteers, whilst filed into subjection by wonderful visi N of an industrial, social, and economic WUennium, which was to be brought into sing — as soon as the menace- of German tfUtarism was destroyed.' |'Now the Lloyd George Government is feed to redeem its promises. The post Ptea cheques payable at the After-war Bllennium Bank are being presented, and |e«nly definite proposal yet put forward Ktjke Tory Ministry is an offer of 'more mn- - -. . ?? ? ?There is a diabolical cunning in such...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. THE SILENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT UPON THE 1916-17 WHEAT POOL. (To the Editor of "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Correspondence. THE SILENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT UPON THE 1916-17 WHEAT POOL. (Continued.) (To the Editor of 'The Labor News.') So far as the 1916-17 harvest is con cerned, each of the articles under review made certain definite assertions which should not have been ignored by the Go vernment, both by reason of their im portance and the fact that the Govern ment's silence would be taken as a tacit confession that the statements were sub stantially true. It is not necessary to refer to these statements at any great length, for, -in answering the charges contained in the most recent article, that which appeared in the 'Shipping News,' 18/2/'19, all other charges are answered. The 'Ship- ping News' published a balance-sheet, showing that the net receipts of the har vest, when finished, would be equal only to paying a dividend of 2/9 per bushel, thereby inferring that there has been a loss of about 1/6 per bushel. Is this inference justified, wholly or in part? That is the point. .In evide...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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