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Australian Peace Alliance [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Australian Peace Alliance. The following resolution was carried at a. recent meeting of the above: — -'~~- ' 'That this meeting of the Australian : Peace Alliance Council -N.S.W. centre) ref joices in the thought that the principles for . which 'we have hitherto stood are gene^ rally accepted by the Democracies of the. .j world, and form the basis of the settle*,^ ment proposed by President Wilson. .''ii 'We trust that so far as this country ^ Is concerned, no step will be taken whlc^^ will contravene the principle set out/IijfV^ the formula— no annexation, no indeminil£g| ties, and the total aboliton of mUItarlBm^|l STANLEY F. ALLEN, ffi^^g

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

Compare the Hand writings ! The following letters are reproduced in facsimile /by kind . permission -A Mr. Alexander i; * Sinclair, J.P. Comparison of the handwritings furnishes a striking example of nerve- '^ steadying and general health - building properties of Hean's Tonic Nerve; Nuts.: -j , f ~_g' ~{in REGAIN NERVE HEALTH FOR 3d. per DAY I ? BY USING ? . '* \ HEAN'S Tonic Nerve Nuts The Reliable Renovators of Run-down Nerves* They are obtainable from all leading Chemists and Stores. Boxes -containing 12 days' supply cost only 3/- each, or six boxes for 17/3. Small boxes, containing six days' supply, cost 2/-. ^ TAKE A COURSE OF HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS NOW, WHAT JTHEY HAVE DONE FOR OTHERS THEY SHOULD EFFECT FOR YOU. TOE MELBA STUDIOS 5 '''SUE^l ARTISTIC AND HIGH -CLASS PORTRAITURE ?; ' \ '/?.': \ But— at reasonable prices. . I YOU are Invited t» e«ll at the Studios to Inspect .our work and judge for yourself,' I ^ ? '_ __ L _......;. iPHONB, City 627» ' -...?' - ^ J ? ' .. ^\ '. ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

? Two friends, who liadn't seen each other ( v^ :.for several years, ntfet again as neighbors V; -in a. new suburban district, ; -? 'Hullo, Jijji! Who'd have thought of £r\, seeing you? Who are you working for i'-'s£''.V -J'Saiiie pepple,'* was the cheery re r'*?VJjpw»s8f'-''* wife ,a.nd five children.' ?if^Tr--^;--.'-: ??-??* ? '. * - #?? ? .. ? l^&^iFhe following advertisement is clipped %?.' trbin the .'Northern Star' (Llsmore) :— ?ji!^v WANTED,' young MAN, to' drive cream 1 'wi L :- '-: .T*n -'.and '-milk. Preference given .to iJJi^;. returned soldier. Wages, 10/- per -^s:. week. -Apply 'to A. Hughes, Broken ££?£' ? ? stoaa. ' ?' ? .'????' ' ? -' '-$£**: *-3B**dMV-', there i% more than . °n® J^lttualiies . -jo deserves a 'broken head.' _ ^$Xi-?:^^ '???...?????;?? -???- ..?'?-.?'?;.?- 0$j&£0toeti'?Brtti -df-.Meloa Studios have deliv ^^S^S»:-ilfe.-,Hea4a«arfers.flr flie A.HP. a ^^*ii^tey;o)f photographs of the Executive ^^SJtojge ;^tv*lje ? year. lW*-r?.- -' The '-...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMONSTRATION IN SYDNEY DOMAIN. SOLDIERS' GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

;;;--t£-r; '. ? ? - - ? __ ? ; ? -. ? ^~- ,. ' SOLDIERS' GRIEVANCES. ? ? On Sunday, March &. heavy rain fell, and consequently, the Labor demonstration as - - a protest against .the treatment of- re \ turned soldiers was not as largely at ; tended as the object deserved. Stilt, over a tliouwand persons listened attentively to the speakers' exposure of the injustices Which are being Inflicted on our Diggers bv tli«» National Government. The chairman -fex- Corporal Cecil Mur phy, Secretary of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Political League, A.L.P.), in opening the meeting:, referred to. the press reports at remarks by General Brand, of Victoria, who spoke of the Bolshevik ele ment in the A.I.F., and said that returned soldiers' leagues in Australia, were con trolled by agitators who were not true representatives of the Diggers. Mr. Mur phy said that the trouble in the various leagues was caused mainly by officers, who were far removed from the ordinary rank and file of the...

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

MEETINGS. ? - -~ ? M BANKSTOWN. ; The above Branch of the A.L.I-. held its meeting in Mr. S. Davis's rooms, South Terrace, Bankstown, this being; the first meeting since the restrictions on account of the influenza epidemic. It is intended, as before, to meet on .the second and fourth . Thursdays each month. As usual, there was a very large atten dance, and four new members iwere ac cepted. The President reported that Alderman Townsend had made a request to address the Branch on the 'Abolition of the Ward System.' The request was acceded to, and he lengthily addressed the League, be ing granted a good hearing and suitably answering questions. ? The question of re-establishing the Revesby League was again discussed, and it was decided to hold a meeting at Revesby Post Office for that purpose on Saturday, April 5, at 8 p.m. The previous meeting, fixed for Febru ary 8, had to be abandoned on account of the influenza restrictions. At the next meeting a large attend ance is expected to d...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Take It or Leave It!" [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

'Take It or Leave It!' A League of Nations which does not include our enemies will be no thing more than an alliance. Un less Russia also is included such a League can only be a name, for what would be its weight on the conscience of the world if practi ? cally all Europe east of the Rhine 'and the Alps were excluded? President Wilson apparently thinks that the Allies can lay down the terms of the enemies' adhesion and then invite them to join. That ' v.^. *s a satisfactory solution in one - sense, but at the best they would be CONSCRIPTS to the League.— -S.M.H.,' 6/3/'19. This is a surprisingly sane and sensible view of the situation coming from the 'Sydney Morning Herald.' Yet what the 'Herald' condemns is exactly what the alleged Peace Conference is doing. Time after time the cable man informs us of some fresh penalty to be exacted or some new and onerous condition to be imposed. Only on Monday last one cable ' was beaded 'Partition of Germany,' stat ing In detail that a. portion...

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

A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION. I ' Many worthy people are frightened by [She word 'revolution' because it means I to* them a violent upheaval, accompanied I toy? bloodshed,, wholesale looting and de ? etruction of property. ' ' ' I Many of the great revolutions we read I of in history were unfortunately accom Ipanied by these dreadful incidents, due -^B to the hatred and revenge born of long vrBages of suffering and injustice inflicted **: I toy tne 'riing classes upon the workers. . ? Students of these terrible uprisings of - :? the down-trodden classes generally agree [U that great abuses were swept away, and ;: ? some wrongs righted by these methods, Bbut when' they contemplate the crime and -Sbloodshed and the cruel wrongs inflicted I upon thousands of innocent women and I children they reason that the terrible price ? paid is out of all proportion to the value I of the benefits gained. ? They are in the main right in this con ? tentlon, for the evil passions of revenge, ? cruelty, lust...

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

A New Anaesthetic iTT~ — Professor Schleich has discovered a new anaesthetic. It consists of two' parts of ethyle-cUloride, four -parts of chloroform, and twelve parts of sulphuric ether. *Thia mixture boils at a very low temperature; In fact, at the normal temperature of the human body. If anyone clasps a phial containing it in bis hand for a few minutes it boils gently. The inhalation ot the vapor of the boiling liquid pro duces freedom from pain and then sleep, [f the phial be held under the nostrils of a patient so that he continues to inhale the vapor he becomes anaesthetised. Pro cessor Schleich states that there is no flatiger in using this mixture, and that lie has employed it himself in 16,000 cases, both in private and hospital practice. He has used it aB q, sedative in nervous dis eases and in affections of the heart, and as a narcotic to eaf e the excruciating pain whidi characterise some diseases of the internal organs. It Is simple and harm-; iei^ .,? . -?_ -;- ?_-.. ....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Captain Carmichael. THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Captain Carmichael. THE PEOPLE'S PARTY,-.; Captain Carmichael's dramatic exposl- . tjoh of his firm determination to form at v.rfW party — a l^euj/le'b -Parly— is no sur prise to the Labor Party. It is known; , t.'-.at there Is no ;.oom for uuy further Richmonds in the Nationalist field. \ ; Mr. Carmichael says the . people must trust him. But this is a very old- way of climbing to power. In 1913 Mr. Car-: michael went to settle the great gaa ? strike. He, went to a mass meeting i-.ojt the men and informed .them that on go ing back to work he guaranteed the 1/^j per day extra that the men. were fighting;.; for. He further told the men that In the ' event of the directors of the Gas. Com«J pany refusing to concede the 1/-, the GbfiP vernment would make them do so. He was; then appointed at the men's meeting to ? go with Mr. Rawlin, their Secretary, ti» ' wait upon the directors, where -an agree- ' ment was drawn up, which Mr. Caiv' ! michael asked Mr. Rawlin to sign.. Mr. Rawlin very...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Holman's Economics and an Aftermath of the Great Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

[?] The C6^m^issibrier^or.-Railway6yhas|^|M conUj5iifld ^n^#%-urjhg car .built «#^fl cost ^''anything' up to £l|^;^twll|^fj standing _ the ff apt' ,.that'JteB^i^dy b'a^ :Jfr% veirHl^ip^&SnSlftWtihis lalteYIS was eyraently-not considered good enough; '-:& so the' expensive fittings were all rooi|a;| out — practically' destroyed— and it i-aa .5 turned into an ordinary car for the 'fl. 'd ? d public.' .*''?'? 2i Mr. Holman has a. new State par un#er £* construction at Eveieigh) some ^2ft. $in. ^ long, the cost- of -which it is not possible.?! to estimate, except that everything. 4sJ being done regardless.. Presumably '..tfeo.*^ fittings of the State touring car will -be^-; treated as were the fittings of 'the Com- '' missibher's' car. ' ?' '? '? ?-*? ? ?-.-?.?- -,-? v . The country is crying out for rolling stock to cope with the travelling needs of the public, yet the delays are accentuated. - by the construction of these expensive aritt.^ unnecessary cars for the spec...

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

[?] THE TOILER: 'Well, that's a crudf, jerry-built spook, anyhow.' — 'Queensland Worker.' THE WHOLE COUNCIL. ?In voting for Alderman Richards as Lord Mayor, Dick Meagher wished it to be understood that, as the holder of the balance of power, nothing could. * be done in' municipal undertakings without his consent. 'Oh, I am a cook, and a captain bold, And the mate of the Council 'brig; And a bo'sun tight, and a midshipmite, And the crew of the Lord Mayor's gig!' ? — 'Sydney Worker.' AN HISTORIC PRECEDENT. -To die. at Borodino would have been to die like Alexander. ... It was making war on Russia that ruined me. — Napoleon. ? CAPITALISM: 'Perhaps it would have been better for me had I not -made war on Russia. I am uneasy about the precedent.' — 'Queensland Worker.' THE WATCH ON THE 'RHINO.' — /'London Evening News.' 'CAR' QUIXOTE. —'Sydney Worker.' THE NEW TRIPCE ALLIANCE. Will There Be War or Peace? The Transport Workers, the Rail wayman arid the Miner's have solemnly resolved not to...

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

Holman at Petersham; 'The National Government would dea^ with: the problem's of the future with the same success as it had 'dealt with the problems of the past.'— Daily paper re-i port.. ,. ' ? - '** ?- We believe him. It would be impossible to deal with them, any worse, but hecaf we have his own assurance that there _te* no hope of his Government doing $&T,h better, because they are going po act wlQx,. j 'th'e same success,' and we all know-hojr^ much that is — or .isn't °,^S Does he- mean, we wonder, the 'saiinfk 'success' as the soldiers' abandoned' hotn^K at Dapto? Or the 'same success' as~^S$j| Sedition Bill met with, or the. success ^^ attended the silo contracts, or the £tf||j railway construction, or the abandon^g Botany railway, or-r^-well that's enotip^ 'fiuccess'itft, go. on witt».r^, ,w ^^^^

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

[?] '. but the mass of the membership having ...i-een' consulted. . ? ' : . . . J -If our objective provided for the social .ownership of -the land, capital, and ma chinery of production as suggested, all .proposals out of harmony with that ob jective would be clearly out of court and refused consideration. THE WAR DEBT. I Themost pressing jiecessity under ex isting conditions is to put a stop to the exaction of blood-money from the people by way of Interest on war loans. The. capitalists of this country, who most loudly howled for war and voted to de port the manhood of their country across the ocean against their will, should be made to bear, the expense. As the working class bad to do most of the suffering and dying the capitalist class should do ail the paying. The war was principally for the protection of their interests, and while others did the fighting they should have been pleased and honored to do the pay ing. There is no desire to repudiate; let them have their loans back...

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

GET BEHIND 'THE LABOR NEWS' AND PUSH IT AT YOUR MEETINGS.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREFERENCE AND THE O.B.U. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

PREFERENCE AND THE O.B.U. Mr. Olde, in a speech last night, said: 'Keaardins the O.B.U., this is not a poli tical question, but an industrial one, and the people comprising the O.B.U. are the members of the Australian Socialist Party, the Socialist Labor Party, Nationalists, and the supporters of the Australian Labor Party. Therefore, we haVe nothing more to do with that concern than we would have with a limited liability com pany made up of Socialists, Nationalists, «nd those of any other political thought. Why is the Nationalist Government sit ting silent while the price of bread is still rising? We can show that the farmer is not getting more for his wheat, while the middleman is still sucking- the life blood from the people by his high prices; and the Nationalist uses his ill-gotten profits t-- advertise his candidates. When the Labor Party is in power there will be no need ? of preference to returned soldiers. We will be prepared to find work for every one of them, and every ot...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Petersham Points. LABOR CAMPAIGN. A CHALLENGE ACCEPTD. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Petersham Points. LABOR CAMPAIGN. A CHALLENGE ACCEPTD. Mr. B. C. Olde, the Labor candidate, yesterday made the following statement: ? 'Major Shillington challenges me to give him one instance where inferior land hGught at inflated prices was used for soldiers' settlements. Let ni'e refer him to West Dapto, which the Government bought at £8/30/- per acre. .' 'This land was tried, firstly, for market -gardening, next for poultry farming, and lastly for dairying, but it proved good for nothing', and was abandoned as hopeless. 'Through it returned soldiers lost their 'time, the country its money, while some one has sold land above its value.' — 'S.JW.H.' (19/3/19). '

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor Movement Defended. ENMORE BRANCH ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 22 March 1919

Labor Movement Defended. ENMORE BRANCH1 ACTIVE. ' The Enmore Branch,. A.L.P., last night had before it remarks made by corres pondents''' on page three of last issue of the 'Labor News.' We consider these attacks are made by enemies of the Move ment. The following resolutions were carried:—: * ?? : (1) 'That this Electorate Branch of the A.L.P. dissent against the columns of the 'Labor News' being used for attacks upon the Australian Labor . Party without any footnote or reply by the Editor?' -2) 'We understood that the 'Labor News' was established to defend, justify, and advocate the Labor platform.' (3) 'We_,particularly resent the follow -ing statements of correspondents in the last issue, March 8: — (a) 'That the Labor Party 'ignores the objections of the workers altogether1 regarding taxes on food, clothing and shelter. ' ' ' *'-'' ?.. (b) 'That no word of protest comes from the Labor Party when income taxes 'a re passed on to the workers. (c) 'That the Parliamentary Labor Part...

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

Holman on Labor and the* War. Holman's statement at Petersham that the Interstate Labor Conference at Perth passed a resolution to'witjidraw from the war, at the very moment when Britain and her Allies were being driven back by the victorious German armies, is a dell-berate and unmitigated falsehood. No such reso lution was passed then or at any other time. The series of resolutions passed on the occasion referred to never even contem plated surrender or withdrawal but .asked that the conditions on which peace could be secured should be clearly and definitely, laid down by the Allies, and an offer to negotiate on such terms toe xmade to the enemy Powers in order to end the insane slaughter. Of course to' Holman, In .glided safety and the glare of limelight a few score thousands - more young Australian lives sacrificed to the God of War meant only, the more incense to his colossal vanity, j To the anxious- relatives -of the absent! ones, living in dread suspense, every hour's unneces...

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

? ? ;= ? ~T;. ? . ? ibJ ENCHANTMENT. Often across the dreams of Time     There comes a melody of strings, Wind-smitten through a thousand springs, To fill the world with magic rhyme. There is no form but puts on grace; I walk as on celestial air, And, from the sweetness everywhere, I seem to see a face — a face.   Then, wonder-led by land and sea, I scarcely dare to speak of you, Lest some great vision crowd my view, And God Himself should answer me. ZORA CROSS. * ? * THE THEATRE OF THE FUTURE. In William Shakespeare's day you paid twopence for a standing place in the1 theatre; and a sailor on a warship was then paid at the rate of ten shillings a week. There is a significance about that statement when we remember that the great intellectual drama steadily declined as the prices for admission rose. The edu cational value of the stage must be in direct proportion to its power of reach ing the people; and to look for any great revival under prese...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS. GREAT FINISH IN CARDINAL'S CUP. AT ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

ATHLETICS. J GREAT FINISH IN CAROINAL'S CUR AT ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. By ATHLETICUS. Last Saturday, in glorious weather, th# J Blue Ribbon of amateur sprint events was | contested, and the finish of the final was worth going a long way to see. Five yards ' from the tape it looked as if J. L. Hodg-. j kinson, last year's winner of the Cup. would again win, but G. Knispel fairly threw himself at the tape and won by, « inches. » This Is Knispel's second win in the I Cup, his first win being in 1916. The Cup ] has been run for on twenty-four occasions, and the only other man to win twice was W. J. Ryan in 1913 and 1914. The handicapper, Mr. W. B. Alexander, j''f^ deserves every credit for such keen handle L Al capping, which materially assisted in sup plying such a splendid finish, a foot covering the four runners. Result of Cardinal's Cup — G. Knispel (Redfern. Harriers), 9Jyds., 1; J. L. Hodg-- kinson (Botany Harriers), 63yds., and C. Leikvold (Botany Harriers), 9 yds, dead heat; H. F....

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