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METALLIFEROUS WORKERS. NEED OF FEDERATING THE UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

METALLIFEROUS WORKERS. NEED OF FEDERATING THE UNIONS. J.ne .^enginedrivers . , employed - oh the mining dredges invthe districts of Emma ville, Tinglia, Grahamstown, and other districts in northern N.S.W. were recently refused a wages board to inquire into their conditions on the 'paltry pretext that they were not bucket . dredgemen, ' but sluicers, and as sucTi were debarijgd from seeking justice under the Industrial. Dis putes Act — the Act' which Wade alleges is 'available to all workers.' Mr. T-T. A. Mitchell, general secretary of the Fede rated Enginedrivers' and Firemen's Asso ciation, addressed . a mass meeting of miners, dredge workers nnd engine drivers at Grahamstown on August 11. at which lie condemned the working of the Indus trial Disputes Act and strongly urged the federation of all metalliferous- workers throughout Australia in order that their claims could be referred to the Federal Arbitration. Court. Mr. Mitchell instanced cases in which the Industrial Disputes Act...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPLETING AUSTRALIA'S WEALTH. INDUSTRIES TRANSFERRED TO FOREIGN LANDS. LABOR COUNCIL URGES EXPORT DUTY ON ORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

Depleting Australia's wealth.; — * ? ^ _ INDUSTRIES TRANSFERRED TO FOREIGN LANDS. i abor council urges export duty on ores. I the last' meeting of the N.S.W. Trades Council- Mr. G. Barwick, of- New- castle, placed some home jtruths before the delegates. He had journeyed from the Coal City as a special delegate: of the Newcastle and District Smelters .and Workers' Union for the purpose of placing before the Council the .advisability, of i asking the Australian Government to im. pose an export duty on all metalliferous ores that may be treated ?in Australia, ana Htwas mentioned that the Newcastle La bor Council, as well as -the District As sembly, had promised to do all they could in the matter. His speech .was a splendid one, the subject being treated in a mas terly manner; and it met with hearty commendation. Mr. Barwick said he had come to. ask their co-operation in urging -the Australian 'Government to appoint a . Royal- .Commis sion to inquire into the ; exp-?rtation of partially...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. IDEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

ft THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. IDEALS. By the Word ' ideals '? I mean the highest! conceptions that our minds are capa,ble of. Teachers' ideals should be high and' holy; and~»teacliers should be full of ? splendid enthusiasm for those ideals. When a people loses its capacity -for enthusiasms, it is plainly marked for .death. The fatal germ of decay is sown; and the end is inevitable. People who are absolutely enthusiasm-less are really the living dead. They are dry, sapless, shells of humanity, walkjng about to save funeral expenses. WhefPl speak of en thusiasm, I mean the enduring kind, not the .sort, that surges up, overflows, ex .plodes, and .theij. leaves one an extinct volcano. Teachers, more than any others, need a perennial supply of 'interest in. their work, for theirs is the most arduous as it is the least lucrative .profession in the world. Therefore .be not afraid to display even unusual, enthusiasm and in terest in all that makes for good in your work. There can be but little...

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RAILWAY WORKERS AND GENERAL LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

RAILWAY WORKERS AND 6ENERAL LABORERS. A meeting of the executive of the N.S.W. Railway Workers and General LaborenV Association was held at Clar ence on Sunday night. Mr. Hugh Gal lagher presided. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Martin for his services to the union, and an honorarium of „£5 was voted him. Mr._C. Johnson, secre tary United Laborers, Portland, wrote suggesting a conference with regard to amalgamation. It was resolved to let the matter stand over until further investiga tion is made. Mr. J. H. Catts, secretary of the Amalgamated Railwa3r and Tram way Service Association, wrote asking if the lexecutivo desired to place any evi dence. before the Wages Board at present .i sitting in Sydney in regard -to the case of j men: employed by the Chief Commissioner i on deviations and duplications. The sec- i retary was instructed , to write -to Mr. | Catts pointing out that this would mean j splitting the union, and that if. his sugges- j tion wero adopted the members of...

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SUNDRY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

SUNDRY SPOUTS. Arnst an easy winner. A Fijian team will compete at. tho Ntitional Rifle' meeting.' * ; Playing against Roberts, Lindrum made-' 372 off the red. Arnst has been asked to go to Canada and row Durnan. * ' - , . \ H. D. Mcintosh threatens to boom box- ' ing in England. - Bill Turner, the Tasmanian boxer, has a longer reach than Johnson. .London papers acclaim Beaurepaire as : equal to the late Barney Keiran. Noble was beaten in the election of - selectors of the N.S.W. teams. ,At Broken Hill Greenshields defeated Barrett in 17 rounds. ? Noble is not certain whether or not he will return to cricket. .. Arnst and Barry will probably. -row a return match on the Thames. ; ' At Australian football Sydney teams beat Queensland and 'Riverina.' ' ? -- Bill Squires will probably make an early reappearance in the ring. ? Douglas beat Andrews on . points in Brisbane after' a tame exhibition. The amateur .golf championship of Australia was won. by Hon. M. *Scott. Arnst . has successf...

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

' STUDY AT HOME IN COMFORT £j£|- EDUCATION BY POSt^ WE COACH BY POST forPublicService,Oni.er.it,, and Municipal Clerk*, Accountancy and alt ot'ncr Public Exams.. WE TEACH BY POST all general EducaUonal, Subjccta.^X ^ | Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Correipondcnce, Arithmetic,' C^mmercW^^^E i Law ; Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Construction. j a Our Systems are unique and are not available to any other io-cajlecj Correspondence ScIiooL j | Send for our Pamphlet 'E' t® j STOTT & HOARE'S - BUSINESS COLLEGE! | MOORE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Govt. Savings Bank), ? | ; ? ? ''' ' 1 mm* ^I'ei ] l ... N°' . - — ? — -1 — 1 : LOOM. AX THIS ! Israel's Groceries com© Easily M Kirst for O-uality &* Cheapness. A trial ORDER WILL SUFFICE. WkiU J lit* '1 'M. Ft-OUR. — Gillespie's Anchor Brand or Brun ton's BesL Roller, in f-01b., bags, 11/6 per 1001b.; in 1501b. sacks 11/3 per 1001b. TEA.— Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/-, 1/J. and 1...

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VICTORIA. HAY, CORN AND FIREWOOD TRADES. COMPLETE DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

VICTORIA. HAY, GORN AND FIREWOOD TRADES. ? ? ? ♦ ? — COMPLETE DETERMINATION. ?_ ? ; ? -? / ? After a keen flglit on the hay, corn, wood and coal trade wages board, a de termination has been arrived at. Con sidering' the difficulties that -'they have -had to encounter and the conditions that now prevail, a progressive award has been secured. In some cases an increase of fully 3 00 per cent, will be secured in wages. The complete award.,, is as fol lows: — ' - J - Adults. Chaffcutting, Corn-crushing,., .or Com pressing' Fodder. —Persons 1 other' than carters wheresoever , employed in conhec-; tion with chaffcutting, cdrncuttingy ; or' compresisng ['odder in .stationary - mills, loader in stationary mills, ll%d.: per hour, 11 '/id. per hour/ or. 4os for 48 hours' work; persons other than carters * employed in connection wil.it a poi-tatble ehaft'cutter or a straw or fodder press, 48s. per week of 48 hours; carters driving one horse, 45s. for 58 hours; carters driving, two horses,' 48s....

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VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. Chairmen of wages boards have been [appointed as follows: — Saddlers, Mr. Cres j well, P.M.; Cigarmakers, !Mr. M. Ealfe; Engravers; Mr. F. H. Bolton. ' ? The determination of the Carpenters* i Wages Board has been extended to the boroughs qf Coburg, Eaglehawk, Geelong | West, Kew, Newtown and Chilwell, and Sebastopol. , ~ * « 9 . Mr. George Large, president of the Eight. Hours Anniversary Committee, has been presented with a marble ? clocfc - in recognition of the satisfactory manner in which lie has carried out the duties of his office. # # ? A portrait of the late Mr. Charles Har ris, who for many years was secretary of the Eight Hours Anniversary Com mittee, hiks been obtained by. the com mittee, and is to be placed iri the Trades Hall. # ^ # A division of the Victorian branch of the Federated Tanners and Leather Dressers' Union has been formed at Gee long.' ' Mr; G. Dupree, secretary of the federation, and Mr. G. Gordon, an execu tive officer, attended the...

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

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. .'.jVieTPRlSi, ARARAT MRS. K. E. KHJiLAN, Shire Hall Hotel Superior Ac.'-oni. A.W.U. Ageno. BALLARAT. ... ' T H. SCULLIN~ Grocer and Provision ej . Merchant, Skipton.-st.roet. .Ba'lnr-it. BAXTER & STUBBY. General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. ; Engravers. 3 GRENVILLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. All Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? ? Moderate Rates. Tel. 47»9. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL, S-iJour House of Call. All S-Hour Societies started from above Hostelry.. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. R .WILSON/ Proprietor. ? ? ? COHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL AND COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-st. Mrs.- H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry Cohen (late of Grand Hotel), Manager. No connection next door. JH. SCULL1N. GROCER and PROVISION ? MERCHANT, Skipton Street. ? BENALLA. AJ. ALLEN, Broken River Hotel, Mndge St.. Benalla. Shilling Tariff. Ennl' sed. I5AILWAY HOTEL, tJplendia accuiu, oiug, Xt- KPdks.. Union House. — V. Cannon, Proptr. ? ? ECHUCA. RODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best Accom. ALF. H. ...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. ? ? Lincoln ewes, of all sheep, furnish the most remarkable mothers.. On Mr. W. Lavender's farm, at Wellington, N.S.W., for instance, nearly every one of the ewes at last lambing gave birth to twins, two had triplets, and one dropped four lambs. « * ? ? „ Narromine and district owners, repre senting 200,000 slieep, have joined a gra ziers association, formed at Trangie, N.S.W., to guarantee a sufficient turn over of sheep to warrant opening- of freez ing works at Dubbo. The association now has represented 500,000 sheep, and other branches are forming. # % # ? The Queensland Government intends to make an effort to deal with the prickly pear nuisance by wiping: out all mining and general reserves which are hot needed ft-r their special purpose, and opening them for settlement. The shire councils are to devote certain moneys to the clear ing ot' reserves. Removal of weeds from l'ondsfarid freeholds is to be made com pulsory. * # # Mr. D. J. Nathan, of Wellington, N.Z.,...

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FURSKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

rURSKINS. No alteration took place in the prices of kangaroo, wallaroo, and swamp wal laby skins at the last fortnightly Sydney sales, but .scrub and rock wallaby were distinctly lower. Bear and goat skins went up a bit. Over 211,000 opossum skins were, offered. Rumpers were 1/ to 2/6 per dozen easier, and reds declined 2 /'to 3/ per dozen, while greys were 3/ | to 6/ per dozen lower. Rabbit skins: The market ruled strong, with prices J showing an occasional advance. Quotations: — Grey kangaroo, large /53 j j to /S7 each, medium /-20 to /52, small ?10 to /19; red kangaroo, large /42 to /82, medium / 14 to /41, small /S to /13; wal laroo, large /38 to /50, medium /18 to /ST, small /8 to /17; wallaby, scrub, large /'20 to 736%', medium /12 to /IS, small /7 to /ll; wallaby, swamp,' -large /25 to /4fl%, medium /12 to /24, small /8 to /IIV2; wallaby, rock, to /29; goats, best /24 to /39, seconds /9 to /21; bears, best /25 to /50, seconds /S to /22; rabbits, exceptional lines /IS and up, ...

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

I already Sold of the a I ^ Popular BOOKSTALL I j SERIES of Australian Novels. I I WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA. |j I THE DOUBLE ABDUCTION, by H. K., BLOXHAM (Author of ' On the Fringe of the Never-Never ')? With Four Full-Page lllustratcons by Ben Jordan. ; Illustrated Papec Cover. Price 1/-; - postage 3d. Mr. Bloxliam has again succeeded in weaving a web of romance around the belles of Wilcannia which is likely to prove as great a favorite as his former effort. - The plot is too intricate and the inci dents too numerous to mention in a short paragraph, but readers may be sure of plenty of excitement, told in this author's thrilling style. The very daring of the abduction of the two girls, although com mitted by two seemingly simple young men. is worthy of the best bushranging traditions of Australia. LOVE AND THE AEROPLANE, I A Tale of To-Morrow. E By JOHN SANDES. 9 With Six Full-Page Illustrations by i Lionel Lindsay. fl Illustrated Paper Cover. Price 1/-- 8 pos...

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

'The Waybacks Again.' T^ove and laughter at Dingo Fiat. Book that broke Drought, 1/-.

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HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

HOUSEHOLD. When there is any likelihood of a person having typhoid all excreta should be destroyed, as it is by this the disease is spread.. The easiest ^vay for a house- - hold is to boil— mark that! — boil all the bodily discharges. This is easier than burning and just as efficacious. A small fire can be made on two bricks in the back yard, with two more at each side in which to set a cut-down kerosene tin. Burvinsr is of rio use excent under certain. not always possible, circumstances; and burning is often siow and offensive owing - to liquid conditions. Put a little phenyle in the tin used, and see that it is thor oughlj'- disinfected and clean when out of use; ' ? ' # ' * -?# '» Says Florence Stackpoole In her hand book, ' The Care of Infants and Young Children,' ' There is distinct liarnv in over-feeding a wet-nurse with rich food. Let her. have plenty of good plain roast or boiled meat once a day, bacon and eggs; millc, oatmeal porridge, bread and butter, suet pudding, and su...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mrs. Twist (Temora) sends a. knitting I pattern not needing illustration. Will use, and glad -of it. Home tried patterns are always 'safe.' 3? ?? J.O. (Tasmania). — Your question has been sent to Mr. Lilley, who deals with all questions about books on Page Twenty-One (which see). Manj' thanks for your good word. H.O.N. (Yass) wants to know ' how to keep fat or lard from going that nasty, rusty color and taste.' _ The only thing I know to do is to render the lard or fat and add a little salt to it. All fat goes rancid sooner or later, but more quickly in hot than in cold climates. If the rendering is repeated as soon as the taste begins to change the fat is sweetened, but loses its distinctive taste and becomes more tallowy each time. Perhaps some of our readers can give good help in this matter. . #? # . ? # A; correspondent sends (without l any name enclosed I am: sorry to say), some patterns of crochet. Unfortunately, we cannot use. them, as they require to be i...

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FOR THE BAIRNS. A LAVEROCK OR LARK. (With acknowledgments to W. St. Leger.) [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. ! A LAVEROCK OR LARK. (With acknowledgments to W. St. Leger.) I love' to hear the laverock, The laverock or lark, ? : But even more to haveroclc, 1. To haverock or hark, Unto my puppy's- baveroclc, His baverock or bark. He's such a gay jroung- spaverock, ' A spaverock or spark; ' He has no cares that caverock, That caverock or cark. : On bones lie makes his maverock, ? His maveroclc or mark, ' Pie bites just like a shaveroclc, ' . - . A shaveroclc ov shark. , I take him in the Payerock, 7 The Paverock or Park; But never in the daveroclc (He can't abide the daveroclc), The daveroclc or dark. -—Rosamund Marriott Watson, in ' The Windsor.' # # # THE HOUSEFLY. An interested observer of the germ car rier, Mr. Henry Hill, after seven or more years' study of the .subject, thus remarks to a reporter in the ' Daily Mail '? — 'I liave given a good, deal of t'ime to the question of the fly's ability to see. My own belief is that the housefly has no acuteness of vision. I have p...

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

Rickets can be cured by SCOTT'S ; Emulsion Scott's Emulsion perman ently cures rickets. This statement is made because hundreds of parents have written- to say their children were cured of rickets by Scott's Emulsion. For ex ? ample, Mrs. Grant, jr., wrote, September 18th, 1908, from 43, Merriman Street, Miller's Point, Sydney, N.S.W.: 'Diphtheria left my daughter, aged one year and eight months, ivith a nasty cough, and she was unable to tvalk, oivitig to rickets. I gave Scott's Emulsion, and her cough tvas quite aired a after the second bottle. Scott 's made her flesh quite t, firm and solid, and she tvas m'ttjBB ti soon a^e wa^- She is now wlma stronger and better than she h; iJm has ever been, and looks Mlw I bright and healthy. This trademark was on the emul sion I bought.' If you wish to get rid of rickets, and decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S EMULSION. You may be asked to buy another emul sion and told it is 'just as good as Scott' s.' Substitute emu...

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

J.T.WALKER, 23 STURT ST., BALLARAT. Pianos (Best Makers). Ftirnittire (European Made) CASH OR TERMS. ? ? FEDERAL iSBDICAL' 'o'lJuST I * All Diseases Treated. Advice and Medicine 5/-, Fee by letter, including 1 medicine for one week, 10/-., If your case is not suitable for treatment by | correspondence your lee will be returned. § Dr. MALONEY, Surgeoa, MEDICAL DIRECTOR. HOURS: 12 to 2; 5 to 7. g ^T)ts^ W ° r k e ing ^ ^ East Melbourne Motel, 139 Bourke St., Melbotsrne. JAMBS FLYNN, late of ICimberley, W.A., and formerly of Duck Creek Opal Fields, Queensland, informs old friends they will find a welcome at the above old-established and centrally-situated Hotel. Best Accommodation for Boarders and Visitors. Tariff, -s. Cd. per day; 25s. per week. Only best brands Wines and .Spirits Stocked. ? 'Phone, S60 City. 'WORKER FILED. , i— ^ | -l '?hi''''''|IiIU1-j'1 It will Pay You to Deal With MARRY S3 A. V IKS Oo. . STURT STREET, BALLARAT. Retail Drapers at Wholesale Prices. We cater speciall...

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POSTAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. - All communicatioris for this page, should be sent to Mrs. Mary Gilmore, U onty-street. Cnsterton, Victoria. :

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

COOKERY. . 'If a soup is top salt, add more vege«-. tables if there is time. If not, mash some cooked potatoes into it, and thicken with milk and flour, or cornflour. A little brpwn sugar Avill sometimes be sufficient. —A. ? ' . ' '' ' '.' A pretty children's . dish is made of tapioca and pineapple. Wash and boil the tai-ioca till transparent, and so that no lumps remaiin. Flavor with sugar and lemon juice. Cut the pine in small cubes, and when the tapioca is a little cool, mix. all together, or. arrange in layers in a mould. Leave till cold, and serve in a glass dish with cream or good milk. — A. # * * To prevent suet puddings sticking to the cloth, scald the pudding cloth, and wringing , very tight as quickly as pos sible, at once put the pudding in. The heat coolcs a fine layer of flour into pasta and makes a 'skin.' Another method is to drop the pudding, as it comes out of the pot, into a dish of cold water. This causes a rapid shrinkage of the surface of the pudding, which draw...

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