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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 24 August 1910

? ? ? — .f SEND IN YOUR SLIP. ' ? ? ? ? .(?? The term covered by Thk Work*r Slips f attached to last year's A.W.U. ticketa has | i nbyr expired in many cases, and members v reminded that the new slips must' be sent in promptly. If there is a black mark in th« 1 ?' margin it indicates that your term is up and i that 'the new slip should be sent along if you ^ require us to continue sending the paper, ; The mark. will be placed upon two conaecu* ' tive copies, after which the paper will not be sent unless the current year's Slip b»» I been received at the office ; please attend to it at once. It may happen that an od4 paper may be marked in error; in such casec* i members are requested to write immediately to Thk Worker JnnQv Manager, 129 Bathurst- 1 street, Sydney. A mem ber forwarding a slip should state wh ther his name ^

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 24 August 1910

INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. Members sending in 'Worker' Slips should be careful to fully stamp their letters.- Victorians frequently place only 1d. on their letters, which involves a fine of 2d. at tli is end. Other members post their letters unstamped, involving a fine ?-f 4d. We do not think we should be called .rpon to pay these finas, and such letters will in future be refused. 'A Corner in Water' hides an economic moral in fictional guise. An ice-breaker. Post free. 1/3. BOCKCEDCIEL. a/fACHTNE SHEARING will start at Rock 1 gedgiel SEPTEMBER 1st. Vacant Stands. JAS. McMASTER, Rockgedgiel,' ? Bundella. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH. THE following, who acted as Shed Reps, last season at the undermentioned sheds, are requested to forward at once .all A.W.U. tickets unsold and butts and cash of any tickets sold to the A.W.U. Office, Orange: — . J. O'DONOGHUE, Raylands.. P. J. FARRELLY, Claverton. JAS. CLIFFORD, Wallin Billan. J. R. TRAVERS, Hawthorne. H. CONNORS, Nanima. G. SHE...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 24 August 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members 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 alteration is dealt with, by the Court. It is hoped the Court will determine the matter before the 'shearing is:. far ad vanced. . ? In an5r engagements 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 rates specified, in such award. W. G. SPENCE, President. DONALD MACDONELL, Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 24 August 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES. 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps, for last shearing. xTlicre 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 shearing 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 chine (H. or M.), and number bf sheep_. NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. Mooroomoon„ Moulamein, 20, M., 30,000. Malionga, Malionga, 40, M., 86,000. Cornelia, Deniliquin, 2s, M., 50,000. Wargam, Boorooban, 16, H-, 19,000. Dabree Dragoon, .'ferilderie, 5, M., 10,000. Moolpa, Moulamein, 20, M., 32,000. Werai, Deniliquin, 20, M., 27,000. Cropwell, Deiiiiiciuin, 5, M., 12,000. I The Range, Moira, 7, M., 12,000. Tulla, Barham,...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 24 August 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. ' ? A ? ' ' CENTRAL BRANCH The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Heps, 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 shearing 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 slied, post town number of shearers, hand or ma chine (H. or MO. . and number of sheep. FROM 27th TO 31st AUGUST. Forest Vale, Condobolin, 8, M., 12,000 ' Se Mount, Boggabri, 36, M., 50,000 I Colley 'Creek, Willow Tree. 21. M.. 50,000 FROM 1st TO 7th SEPTEMBER. wirtibil South, Condobolin, 5, H., 4000 i Sale, Condobolin, 10, M.. 17,000 iematong'. Forbes, 18, M., 25,000. Sbng Forbes, 16, M., 16,000 Art ah, Ariah Park, 10, H.. 8000 I fidgarie, Karmndera. 12 M; 30,000 r Cowabee, Co...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

NEWS AND NOTES. The V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle winner, Obi, has been , sent out' for a spell, and the steeplechaser Ripon ha* been likewise treated. * * # Mr. J. Lynch, the well-known ? Ascot Vale, V.,' trainer, is at present laid np at his home with dry pneumonia. ' * «!£? ULi The four-year-old sister to Collarit, named The Peach, lias been put into work again by the Caulfield trainer A. ' Hai«. # ' # # The well-known Victorian raceliors» Prize. Fighter lias, after a short spell, been put into work again at Fiemington^ under the care' of his old trainer, J. Lynch. -*. -». # ; The well known brood, mares Ol^vetfa and Prelude have each foaled to Achillea. ? The former, however, foaled in July, aad therefore the foal now ranks as a -year- ling. . # * # Warrior, who won the Adelaide Grand National Steeplechase, has only- beeji a very moderate performer. Three years .ago. he .was drawing: 'a mail, cart -between two country towns in the south of Ade laide, making' the trip 'three times...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

mmm COMPLEXIONS /^%YIELD/^ W?m jq // CUTICURA SOAP Assisted by Cuticura Oint ment. Forpreserving, puri fying and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair and hands, for clearing the complexion, for itching, scaly scalps with dry, thin and falling hair, for .minor eruptions, rashes, itchings and irritations, for sanative, antiseptic cleans ing and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nurs-- ery, Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointmentare unrivaled. Dfpots: London, 27. Charterhouse Sq.: Paris, 10 Ru« da la ChauBsea d'Antln: Australia, ft. Towns i Co.. Sydney; India. B K. Paul. Calcutta: China Hon? Kong Drug Co ; Japan, Z P. Marujra. Ltd. Toklo; So. Africa. I.ennon, Ltd., Cape Town, etc.' U. S A.. Potter Druft & Chem. Corp., Sole Props. 132 Columbus Ave., Boston. ?WPost-free. 32-paee Cuticura Book, an Author tty on the Care and Treatment ot Skin and Hair. PERSONAL Twelve words. Sixpence; each additional twelve words or under, Sixpence. Cash with order. Booking fee. 1/- extra, COP...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER FAMOUS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

? ♦-= ? ANOTHER FAMOUS MATCH. ' It is something of a coincidence that, after what I have recently written of matches of the past, I should come across a reference in an English paper to a match .between two great horses °t thjnr day, and which caused unprecedented ex citement in England at the tune, ^her are so many incidents connected with the English turf that smack largely of 52. romantic, if not historic, that I must . ., 10 t fn tvtpm occasion be parcionea il j. ? -- T ally, although it is not done because I thave a predilection for anything quite English, you know.' Sprigs of the aris tocratic tree have generally had a weak ness .for swiftness, and some o them pronouncedly so for the pace that kills. It was no infrequent thing for them to bet huge fortunes on the result of a single race, and there was often a tragic end j ing to the inability to meet their debtfa [ of honor.' However, this is all by the I Sixty years ago the Flying Dutchman held a place in the hearts of Englis...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRIEST ON RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

A PRIEST ON RACING. , Opening a bazaar at Barnet just before , the ? recent English mails left, Father Vaughaii, whose outspoken sermons and speeches, particularly on tlTe present-day morals and manners of the upper classes, have of late created considerable interest, not unmixed with consternation, said Ascot week was the greatest racing week in the whole, wide world. It was the grea.t social festivity of the season. The twenty-eight races included only five handicaps, and not a single selling race. It might be a comfort to some of hiB friends who had sacrificed a great racing day to attend that bazaar to know that far more people went to Ascot to see the human races than the horse races. They went there to show their own nacep and faces, and the betting was on their own running, not. on the favorites of the bet ting ring. He was in favor of all sport, not excluding racing. Everything that made for national character ought' to be supported and encouraged by Englishmen. . All who we...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

FppsOAP^Ml g ALL OVER THE WORLD \ tj thousands of housewives use ^ I Sunlight Soap in preference to a I any other, because It cleanses the B I clothes raore thoroughly, and at^ m H half the cost, without injury to M % hands or fabric. B Sunlight lengthens your M leisure and lightens fir your work^^^^r I follow the directions given round I g each tablet and the dirt drops out. 1 € ? ? Best of Corn Flour When ' buying Corn Flour, quality is the first point to have in view. And why ? Because, though a first-class quality may cost a little more in the first place, a less quantity is used, a better result is obtained, and the flavour is as nice as can be. To make sure that you really have the best Corn Flour, ask for and see that you get WADE'S 12 | IT'S i WONDERFUL HOW THEY 1 DO IT j I BUT RILEY BROS. DO ; I \ Sell Drapery and Men's and Boys' | . ? ' | Clothing. \ | CHEAPER AND BETTER j j than any other Store, j AND PAY ALL CARRIAGE. f Thousands of Testimonials from de- i ! lighted Cust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the I celebrated family. More joy, more laughter, 1s. I

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE. PRAHRAN'S SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE. PRAHRAN'S SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE. One of the most progressive municipali ties is that of Prahran, Victoria. Even though it includes the ' nobs ' of Toorak collective enterprise is encouraged with out any alarm being occasioned. The fact is that the corporation is making good profits out of its enterprises. These include the new electric train system which is being worked in conjunction with the Malvern Council, and its success has exceeded the most sanguine 'estimates. .L result Jo J-u iu wual is happening in regard to the privately owned Essendon line. Some time ago, owing to the exorbitant prices asked by a riner of quarry owners for bluestone, the Prahran Council decided to acquire a quarry. A progress report submitted at the last meeting of the coun cil by the engineer (Mr. W. Calder) showed that for six months there had been a saving of £802. This is calculated cn the cost to the council, and the contract ( prices previously paid for stone. The council has ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A BUSY MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . . ♦ ? ? A BUSY MINISTRY. No South Australian Ministers have ever worked harder than those at present in power. Their life appears to be a proof of the possibility of perpetual motion. In Parliament they have to do most of the talking in the way of expounding new measures that are introduced almost daily, and . in addition they are heckled as few Ministers have been before with multi tudes of questions on every imaginary subject. No word can .be spoken by a Minister in public but some Opposition leader or dummy has half-a-dozen ques tions to ask about it at the first opportun ity. No paragraph appearing in any pa per upon which a question can possibly be asked is lost sight of by the lynx-eyed time wasters, and no possible opportunity of asking questions about anything or. noth ing is lost. Ministers are kept jumping up in their places from the time the H°use meets until Government business demands attention, when they are again on their feet to take charge of the ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

\ — - — ? ' The Case for labor' is well put by W. M. Hughes. You cannot get a better book for popular propaganda. Post free, 1/3. - ? j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

CALENDAR SUN. MOON. AUGUST — Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. H.M. H.M. p.m. a.m. 25 Thursday.. 6 55 5 50 10 58 9 23 26 Friday .. 6 54 5 51 a.m. 9 53 27 Saturday . . 6 52 5 52 12 10 10 27 28 Sunday . . 6 51 5 53 1 23 11 8 29 Monday . . 6 49 5 54 2 34 11 56 30 Tuesday . . 6 48 5 55 3 41 12 53 p.m. 31 Wednesday 6 47 5 55 4 39' 1 58 PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 5th at 11.37 a.m.; First Quarter, 13th at 12.1 p.m.; Full Moon, 21st at 5.14 a.m.; Last Quarter, 28th at 12.33 a.m. These times are for Melbourne. Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 26 I minutes later. i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARBITERS OF PEACE. THE LABOR PARTY HOLD THE KEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

ARBITERS OF PEACE. THE LABOR PARTY HOLD THE KEY. ! Professor L. D. Bevan, speaking to the toast of 'Australia,' at the1 Commercial Travellers' dinner in Adelaide on Satur day, ' concluded as follows, after dealing with the efforts- to create war between Britain and Germany: — 'But after all, editor, statesman, or even millio'nah'e is not to-day the arbiter n-F txrai* nt* ?nnn n'a Tho rrron + T .a linr or, as I should prefer to call ijt^. the People's Party, is the true arbiter of peace. The morning that war was de clared between any two nations, if only the workmen of the -world would under take to lay 'clown their tools of labor in a strike— not for the sake of their class only, but for the sake of humanity ? — there would be no war. (Cheers.) The morn ing might see war declared, but before the sun had -reached the zenith there would be peace. If the workmen of the world in such circumstances would but lay down their tools, not a regiment could be moved, and not a gun could be fire...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SLAUGHTERMEN'S TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

SLAUGHTERMEN'S TROUBLES. All attempts to overcome the slaughter men's trouble in Sydney have proved abortive. Mr. A. N. Moore, president of the Employers' Federation, approached j both parties with a yiew-to a settlement^ of the dispute, but the CaVcase Butchers' Association and the Sydney Meat Preserv ing Company practically refuse to nego tiate with the men unless the latter grant them the same conditions as those ob taining at Riverstone. As the men are firm in their demand for a, continuance of the day labor system, it, is not likely that they will . give effect to the employers' demands in this respect. Extraordinary tactics are being em ployed to induce men , to ' scab ' at Auburn. Men have been engaged to can vass the homes of the disaffected men and try and presuade the women to urge the slaughtermen to return to work. The labor agencies in the city are also en deavoring to find men willing to work for the carcase butchers.- 'A young fellow ap proached a man who was standing...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE'S TYRANNOUS TRAM MONOPOLY CONTINUOUS OPPRESSION OF UNIONISTS. PROTECTION BY FEDERAL AUTHORITIES SOUGHT. SOME STRAIGHT TALK FROM ATTORNEY-GENERAL HUGHES—MUST FOLLOW INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

MELBOURNE'S TYRANNOUS TRAM MONOPOLY ? ♦ ? CONTINUOUS OPPRESSION OF UNIONISTS. ! protection by federal authorities sought. - SOME STRAIGHT TALK FROM ATTORNEY-GENERAL H UGH ES.— M UST J 'z '. ' lLOW INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION TO BE FORMED. The relations of the company with its employees continued harmonious. The Veat majority of the jrnen recognised the just and considerate treatment they received, and the introduction of the profit-sharing principle by the payment of an annual bonus on their earnings, which gave them something special to; look forward to and work for, y/as much appreciated. kr. F. B. Clapp, chairman of directors of the Melbourne Tramway and Octopus Companv, speaking. He is at the annual meeting 'of shareholders, and is congratu lating them on another years successful business. 'The revenue had continued' to expand, and although as in such circum stances the expenses were also greater, .the ' net result was : very satisfactory. Comparing the figures with those for last y...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. G.M.B.— April 4, 1909. W.E.C. — Nothing irregular in your action. , Wattle. — ' Teachers who desire to leave the service on 31st January, 1910, must be prepared to resume duty after the Christmas vacatjon, otherwise their re signation will be accepted as dating from 31/12/09.' — Notice. in 'Gazette' of Octo ber, 1909. There will be two school days in ' January next year for Western district. Teachers who leave before the expiration of two years (prescribed) are called upon to refund the, whole of the training money and also the travelling allowance originally granted. ? In his reserved judgment, regarding the application of the Letterpress Machinists' j Union for leave to appeal against the Board's award (which refused to grant the union's claim for ' one man one ma chine'), Judge Heydon admitted that he did not favorably regard one man looking after two or more machines, but as in most cases a lad fed the second machine under the supervision of the man, he re fus...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

ACUTE NEURALGIA. ? e ? This Woman's Life a Misery until she found a cure* ? ? $ ? ' The pain was enough to drive me crazy.' That is the way Miss A. G. Hol land, 47 Tower St., Leederville, Perth, speaks of the severe attacks of Neuralgia in both sides of her face to which she used Jo be subject. She gives the follow ing account of her suffering and cure: — ' Last year, towards the close, I was suffering greatly from Neuralgia and was generally run down; the pain in the whole of my face was acute and hard to bear. The attacks would come on practically without warning. I might wake up free from pain and as soon as I went outside the house, a puff of wind would bring on an attack. I would have to press each temple hard to get a little relief for a few moments. My head would throb violently. I would have the neuralgia stabbing each side of my face, as if needles were being plunged in. I used to rub my cheeks with eucalyptus, but the attacks only yielded for a while. I did not leave my wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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