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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

nn WORTH OF FlIRWTURE, 6/ deposit, ±0 2/6 weekly. Linoi?um», 2ydr.. wide, 2/6 yd.; Oilcloth. 1/6; War-lrobes, Mirror Door, from £3; Wuhstandi. 6/6; Chests Dr»wor». 20/. ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. Alfl FURNITURE, 10 1 deposit. 3/6 weekly. +.1 II Houses Furnished Completely, Bed Linsn. ?U1V Blankets, Curtains. Carpets. Agent N.S ! Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines ? ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. flJC FURNITURE, 20 1 deposit, 6/ weekly. JLlLf Drawing and Dining Room Suites, 200 to * select from. Newest Design* and Cover ings. Canterbury's, 12/6- Agent lor Wonderful Wertheim Sewing Machines. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St 00ft FURNITURE, 50,' deposit, S/- weekly. A/ll Occasional Chairs, 8/6; Walnut Orsr Mantels, 36/-: Pretty Tables, 1/6 ts 10/-; tto-Carts, 17/6: Bedsteads, 10/ to £16. __ ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. flQA FURNITURE and upwards, terms in pro 4-, All portion. Sideboards, large mirrors, £2 S». ?Uvv Inspection invited. Largest and best otock in Sydney. Wertheim Sawiat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. DIFFICULTIES OF ORGANIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. DIFFICULTIES OF ORGAN FZATION. At last week's meeting of the N.S.W. La bor Council Mr. H. Mercer stated that the organizing committee had great difficulty in dealing with women workers and in drafting them Into Unions. It was in tended, however, to hold a great rally of women workers at an early date, and' he urged delegates and members of Unions to persurtde their sisters, wives, and daughters to attend. . Mrs. Dwyer said it was almost impos sible to organize Unions, for every branch :-f women's work. As 'soon as better con ? litions prevailed in Victoria the employ ers sent their work over ..to New Sotith -.Vales, with the result that the girls of ?.his State were sweated while those of , '/ictorSa were out of work . .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

. ir jnrniT- i«ii ? ? ? ? ? ? GOWINGS* £3/3/- AMI ? Sac Suits 1 Renowned for» Eleg*anee in ? 1^3 g |j|/i j ; I Style and ^Excellence in ^ ^ ^ ^ I ^ ^ All ORDERS CARRIAGE PAID. | , BOWING BROS, g WE ADVANCE MONEY UPON ALL CLASSES OF SECURITY. Fair Intereat and Easy Terms. Bills Discounted. N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE D. & I. CO., Limited. 74 — Castlereagh St. — 74. Tel No. 225. ' Eustace Bennett, Menager. s . . At a . . . r i Reasonable f 5 interest \ \ Any respectable person can obta'n a \ - Private Loan 'WITHOUT PUBLICITY f \ or FUSS — just a plain business ar- \ P rangement — from f ) J. HERMAN, ( % Britannia Loan Office, f - 111 ELIZABETH STREET, i \ Between Market and King Streets. \ I Tel. 3994 Central. g THE PEOPLE'S PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE CO., LTD., 84 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Directors: OTTO BOHRSMANN, Esq., M.B., M.S. F. SPARROW, Esq., F.S.S. Solicitor: W. ARNOTT. Bankers: BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Consulting Actuary: E. M. MOORS, M.A., F.I. A. Auditor: F. FULLWOOD, F.S.A.A. Inspecto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPINION OF MELBOURNE "AGE" WADE "WANTS TO NARROW THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

OPINION OF MELBOURNE AGE' WADE ' WANTS TO NARROW THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE.' Those who know the Melbourne Age best realise that is has no love for Labor politically, therefore the testimony of that innrnnl nn the Sppnnfl TJiillnf Art rtf Wade Government deserves republica tion here. This leading article appeared on August 16: — Although France, after an extended ex perience with the Second Ballot, has proved the system too costly, cumbersome, and otherwise defective for practical poli tics, and is about to discard it, the Go vernment of New South Wales is on the point of forcing a Second Ballot Bill through the State Legislature. The Wade Ministry has deliberately chosen the the Second Ballot in preference to any scheme of Preferential 'voting as being better calculated to suit the immediate interests of its supporters. France dis covered that the chief effect of the Second Ballot was to drive out of the field can didates whose prospects of ah actual ma jority in the first election were u...

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

THE FARM AND THE BODY. I There Is a wonderful similarity in the processes of Nature. The highest produc tivity of a farm and the highest capacity of the body are attained by nourishment, cleanliness, irrigation, and efficient drain age. Everyone knows how to keep the body clean, and how to irrigate it is also well understood1— rfar too well, in many cases. The drainage system of the body depends mainly upon the kidneys and liver. When these organs are inactive or diseased, we suffer' from rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lumbago, bacKacne, sci- ? atica, blood disorders, anaemia, indiges tion, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, general debility, gravel, stone, and blad der troubles. These disorders are caused by the retention in the system of uric and biliary poisons, which would be duly re moved were the eliminating organs pro perly performing their work. If a per son suffers from any of the disorders named, the kidneys and liver should re ceive immediate attention, and efforts be ma...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO HOPE! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

? 1 - 1MO HOPE ! ' Every kind of cleansing soap . Gregory has tried ; Elrtask and mop and scraping stick . ? He kas deftly plied. . . Pity brutal Gregory Hi^ mhafkpy lot, Motking that he now can do Will' remove tke Mot. So when on election day Labor ballots climb Pity poor old Gregory ? he will kave a time!

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

LONDON TO SYDNEY FOR £3. FOR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES RESIDENTS. This great boon, which constitutes a re cord in cheap fares, is granted under the system of nominated passages, a strong feature of the Government's scheme of assisted immigration. Australia needs - more people, and of the many schemes r advanced with the , object of obtaining large numbers of immigrants perhaps the system of nominated passages instituted by the Government of this State is the most satisfactory. It benefits both the State and the individual. There are many people in New South Wales whose friends or relatives in Great Britain can secure a change, which would be both profit . able to them and beneficial to the State. In a young country like this there are naturally more opportunities, and lifg is passed under' easier and freer conditions than in older settled lands. In pursuance of an arrangement made with the various shipping companies, the - , Government is enabled to offer specially lo...

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

ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, CR. KING AND SUSSEX STS., SYDNEY \ (Four Minutes from G.P.O.) Good Accommodation. All Conveniences. Billiard Room. Liquors Absolutely True to Isabel. E. J. DONEY (Late of Melbourne). Union Man? YES. . ? ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

NEWS OF THE WEEK. . - — ? ? ▼- — : — : ? i A man has been cured by. radium of ad- | yanced cancer in Sydney Hospital. . j i James McPaul, 26, was killed ? by a i failing tree at Candelo, N.S.W. | ! njjristie Bennison, 55, died on the steps | {?of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane. j Alfred Evans, a jeweller, committed ! suicide in Sydney by taking prussic acid. ! Isaac Holt, 78, dropped dead from heart' failure at Luddenham, near Penrith. ? ) At Orange £192 has been raised for the ' hospital as the result of dances. A boy named George ;Reid fell into New castle harbor, and was drowned. At Adelong, Wm. Rootes,' was kicked by a stallion, and had his leg broken. ; Customs leakages are being inquired jinto in Tasmania. \ ... - | Wm Culross, a well-known Adelaide fsolicitori is dead in London. \ The Queensland Government has altered Ithe name of Geraldto'n ' to Innisfaii; ? I spurious sovereigns has been circulated In many parts of New South Wales. ,?.??? 1 ^ Barron River, Atherton, Q., ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTIMISED! UNION OFFICIAL REFUSED WORK AT HELENSBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

VICTIMISED! UNION OFFICIAL REFUSED WORK AT'HELENSBURGH. | The manager, of the Metropolitan Col- j liery has refused to allow Mr. F. Dunleavy, ' president of the Southern District Col liery Employees' Association, to re-start work at the mine. Mr. Dunleavy was the men's representative on the wages board, and also gave evidence on behalf of the employees. When he applied for per mission to get his lamp and start work he was informed that the manager had stopped the issue of his lamp. 1-Ie saw the general manager, who accused him of delay in applying for work. This delay was however, unavoidable, as Sir. Dun leavy had been under medical treatment. It is probable that prompt action will be taken in the matter by the local lodge.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

AN EXPLANATION. At the last meeting of the X.S.W. Labor Council, the delegates from the Journeymen Coopers' Society took excep tion to the statement of a delegate who was reported to have said at the previous meeting that every member of the Union employed by Tooth and Co. had been dismissed. The firm employed 21 coopers, who were all members of the Union, and there has not been a non-unionist empioyea by the firm for 12 years. About six years ago there had been friction between the Union and the firm, and the mention of this had probably led to the incorrect statement, but since then the relations had been of the best. ? In reference to the recent, dismissal of two employees, Tooth and Co. wrote, stating that it had occurred not because they were members of the Union, or were ; connected witli tlie wages Board, but j because there was insufficient work to keep all hands going, and, being the last taken on I they were put off. The man agement had never taken any exception to employe...

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

AMONGST THE SLUMS. The Lord Mayor of. Sydney, accom panied by a large party, including Mrs. K. Dwyer, president N.S.W. Women's Central Organizing Committee, on Thurs day last paid a visit of inspection to the slums area of Chippendale, where it is proposed that congestion should be re lieved and elbow-room provided. The area is right in the heart of the city, and 4-i,~ mncf Ktrik I liic LUiiuaoco anuiu^u »» ^ ? ! ing. In Abercrombie-street were fine buildings and a wide thoroughfare, while twenty yards away people were existing under almost unbelievable circumstances. one instance a narrow lane, about 2M» feet wide, between two brick houses, was the entrance and exit from several jerry built tenements. It was also the front and backyard and recreation ground. Several families occupied these buried hovels, and the consequences, of a fire were not pleasant to contemplate. One or two small vacant allotments formed the only available playing grounds for children. In one two-roomed humpy...

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

r. Ufoemist 'I want you to send me a large y/ I : I ' i bottle of BONNINGTON'S IRISH ' MOSS — as soon as possible, please Sg my little girl has caught a severe . cold, and the cough is very trouble- ? 1 some' 'Yes, madam, but would you like to try our own prep — ' ' No ! No ! I must have J * nmmm BONNINGTON'S IRISH' MOSS -- ? ? y / i 'It is really splendid for colds. P f \ g My children take it so readily that J 3 | d0 not care to try any other j mixture. Besides, BONNING- I TON'S has been used in our fam- I h ily for many, many years. Send I it soon, please, Mr. Chemist, and BE SURE is 'BONNINGTON'S.' Yes Madam! D. A. HUTCHISON. THE NOTED CHEAP SHOPS. 79 OXFORD ST., 430 CLEVELAND ST., and GEORGE and BATHURST STS., SYDNEY. ? Builders' and General Ironmonger. Crockery and Glassware. 'Oils, Paints. Colors and Varnishes. Agents for Pender's Horseshoe Nails and Rasps. Quibell's Disinfectant. I STAFSE&ARD Y ? ? — ? ? ? ? — ! — — — ? — — ^ A Good Start ia Life. I Mothers should ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

The Doctor looked sad as he gazed at the lad, His manner was grave and uneasy. His one only chance was a Winter in France, Or a sea trip as far as Brindisi. The youth with a wink replied, 'Yes, I don't think!' He had heard of a cheaper medicament. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure was the thing to be sure, And it pulled him quite through his predicament.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WADE'S BOGUS ELECTORAL REFORM THE SECOND BALLOT ACT PASSED. A MEASURE OF MANY IMPERFECTIONS. PALPABLY INTRODUCED FOR PARTISAN PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

WADE'S BOCUS ELECTORAL REFORM ? ❖ THE SEGOND BALLOT ACT PASSED. A MEASURE OF MANY IMPERFECTIONS. PALPABLY INTRODUCED FOR PARTISAN PURPOSES. The Second Ballot Act, introduced 'and passed by the Wade* Government last week for the purpose ^of saving its party from the possible conseciuences of a split vote in ' several electorates, was, as originally foreshadowed and brought be fore the House, an ill-prepared measure, and remained so to the enH. It provided for the classification of electorates into two groups, viz., those in whiclt a second ballot would be practicable within seven days of the first election day and those j which would require a fortnight's inter val between the two elections. The lea son assigned for the holding of a second ballot was the alleged necessity of having in the House only members representing a majority of votes cast. To effect this purpose, second elections between the two candidates registering the ^ highest numbers of votes wrould be held in ever^ case ...

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

LEAGUES AND UNIONS. Quarterly Advts. — 12 words, 5/-. Each additional 6 words or under, 2/6 per Quarter. Cash with Order. Booking Fee U- extra. Prepaid Notices.— 12 words, 1/-. Each ad ditional 12 words or under, 6d. Cash with Order. Booking Fee. 1/- extra. I- YDE BRANCH P.L.L. meets everv Mon Vday Night at TOWN HALL,. RYhK, at S o'clock. Kveryone heartily welcome. J HA DA WAY, President; C. II. BANKS. Hon. Sec., Porter St., Ryde. STAWELL ? AND- ARARAT STATE ELECTORATE. 'Vf OMIXATIONS from Persons, wiilin^ riml -i!N eligible to Contest the above Elector in the Labor Interest, will be receivi-.l in- to MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1S10. Xri^ina tions to be addressed to WM. JACK, Hon. Sec P.L.r.. * ? ? ? Slawc!!. Vic. ALL TRUE LABOR'lTES SHOULD WEAR THE LABOR EMBLEM ('Registered.) Silver?/-; Gold '-(guaranteed). !?' s-. Postage 2d. extra. Proceeds to be devoted to Suite Or giiriizing. ORL'ER NONY. . . ' ' EVA SEERY, 'Trades Hall, Sydney. Qp^X TO ? ' (Msmmhs ROAD RACIN0 ^^^^^aCU515 I The New^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

® lISS ^ om 'McKinlay ? The Only A.W.U. V 222 Castlereagh Street. . T. SYDNEY. ' Rheumatic Rings. Stool 2 6; Gold 7/6. (NEAR WORKER Vi-st Free. OFFICE.) REALLY TERRIBLE SKINJROUBLES Girl's Head a Mass of Humour— Grew ; Thin and Weak — Despaired of ' Ever Curing Her— Baby was Even Worsewith Running Eczema— No Signs of Eruption Left Now, MOTHER TELLS HOW ' CUTICURA CURED BOTH ? ? e ? ? 'My little girl's head started 'with a ? . - /ot of pimples and then they began to fill with matter and discharge. As ^ast M one broke there was a lot /7^TTrf?oT\ -x58v- more came out un u her head was a If /// i 1 complete mass of JU/'. ' i running sores. For Q-j i / 1 c'aJ's s'ie would not 1 ta anjr not'ce °f /uiIkM '-if 1^1 us- ,C''ie began to IJJ thin and weak and I gave up all U\uTlTS-r//' ^ y hope of ever get \1| lyrrtr-n — ting her head well ? ' Jain-* i FPT-l^ again until I saw I \«v about the Cuticura £?'4===3) Remedies. But Cuticura made it : quite well again (it was bad for about six. months)...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD IDEALS AND NEW. MR. WISE MAKES SOME SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

OLD IDEALS AND NEW. MR. WISE MAKES SOME SUGGESTIONS. Speaking in support of the candidature of Mr. Fitzgerald, at Darlirighurst, Mr. B. R. Wise, K.C., m^de an interesting com parison between old and new political ideals. I-Ie said: — ? ' Ha would ask them now to project themselves into the future and consider to what uses they might put their political machinery. He had'' ventured to define politics as the art o& adapting external /I J n 4-* n T?,i4- iu uio jjcoc uoc ui iJut this would not carry them very far, unless they were agreed on what was best. Here they came to th§ parting of the ways. For it was certain that when men differed seriously on what was best in politics distinctions of party came to have a new and deep significance. Fortunately at the present time political parties were sepa rated by a plain v difference of principle and by fundamental differences as to the duties of citizenship and the limits of State control, which under other names had divided men into...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

THOMPSON j & KITCHEN. ON THIS WATCH WE STAKE OUR I | REPUTATION. | ! GUR iV- RAiLWAY WATCH | ; Best Worklngman's Watch ever made. B iA. beautiful, fine keyless lever move- & ment. Will stand horseback riding' and S &11 kinds of rough usage. It is the very » finest value, and represents an invest- j| ment of the best class. Guaranteed 30 g years. H OVER 150 OF THESE WATCHES 1 SOLD EVERY MONTH. | I THOMPSON & KITCHEN, ( -1 UNION LABOR WATCHMAKERS. | | AND JEWELLERS, | I 20 PARK STREET, SYDNEY. 1 ^ No connection with any other Firm. g

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

1 IT IS NOT THE g | Johnson-Jeffries I | 1 PICTURE | | B THAT WILL BE ALL THE RAGE, BUT THE LIVING ft 1 Pictures [ I™ That we practically make of our clients in the form of per fect-fiUmg Fu;t- g i and ladies costumes at prices to meet all. Country fi tends, SHEARERo g especially, should write us for samples,- tapes, and measure -ot nis. ^ -; H also pride ourselves on being all Trades UNIONISTS in the Business, a we feel that we should receive support from our Fellow -unionists. n 2 - satisfaction guaranteed. Postage paid on all orders. g | THE UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS, S ? 623 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET. I ? The only Tailors endorsed by the Labor Council of New South Wales. g P Phone 2183 City. A* HOLZIGAL, Manager. B

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