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LATEST BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

LATEST BETTING Betting on the two chfef events to be dccided at tjje A.J.C. spring meeting has assumed mdre definite shape recently, and Mai tine is a good favorite for the Epsom Handicap, four points shorter than Gold Lace, Aborigine, and Son of the Marsh. Close up come Brlgfit Laddie, Mundic,. Motoa, and Poi Dance, followed a few DOfntK Off hv PnvBoo - Tiirliia TT'lavon Golden Slipper, Flavinius, Goldthread, and at longer intervals Miss Flaneur, Ra, Sunburnt, Master Soult, Malt King, and Equitas. Britain is the best favorite for the Metropolitan, four points shorter than Mai tine, Master Soult, Aborigine, Gold Lace, and Crucinella. Six points longer price are Son of the Marsh, Didus, Jinnee, and Flaxen, a few points away coming Golden Slipper, Parsee, Bright Laddie; Blue Book, and Conge d* Eslire, with ex travagant 1 odds against some of the others. Hoax is a good favorite for tlie 'Caul- field Cup, two points shorter than. Prince Foote, but if it was known for certain the latter ...

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

— TT ? ROSEBERY. There was a large attendance at the Rosebery meeting last week. The wea ther was fine and the racing, which was of a lengthy order, interesting. A( start 'was* made with 'the Maiden Handicap, 4% furlongs, and it was run' in divisions, Kerlie winning the first one nicely from Fay. Alcistis beat several better-backed ( ones than herself in the second division, but in the run-oft' Kerlie won. Bay Donald was tne eieci. iur utc Handicap, 4% furlongs, but lie ran badly, and Ruatamata, at a long price, won cleverly from Glitter and Matinee. The Cobbler proved what a good pony he is by humping his 10:8, and leading all the way, in the 14.1 event, winning easily from Lady Cynthia and Little Harry. Lord Warwick, a 10, to 1 chance, got home in the Rosebery Handicap, one mile, from Bangle and Royal Flush. Cavalry and Game Bird each won a heat in the En courage Stakes, six furlongs, and divided, Cronula and Elector, the .former at odds on and the latter at 12 to 1, ran a dead he...

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

ADELAIDE GRAND NATIONAL.! The Adelaide Racing Club's Grand Na tional meeting was brought to a close last Saturday. The weather was dull, but there was a great, attendance and the racing was most enjoyable. A start was made with the Mitcham Welter, seven -furlongs, and a field' of fifteen started, ICopenick, by Koonan, just winning after an exciting, engagement with Sedan, St. 'Leonard being third. Seclusion won the Eastwood Hurdle, 2 miles, from Macumba, nnri 'npnenHon. Arva boat twenty- three others in the' Dequetteville Stakes, four furlongs, St. Vincent, and T T following in order.. Next -came the Adelaide? .Grand Natidrial- Steeplechase, about three; miles, but the'-contest 'was rather disappointing as G.eneraiity?V: Pathfinder, and; gtately fell, 't obbing' tli ef r a c e of much .interest; At-V the'V i'ast i4nce it looked as if ^ulcan ? had ;ithe'4'race'- w o ri, . b u t Warrior . h'4d too much' pace land ran 1'iome an easy.: win ner from^Vtilc'aWrand The Swell, The. win nre p...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK. Backers have a Good Day—Only Moderate Sport—A Race Thrown Away—Fortius Win the Flying. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

CANTERBURY PARK.: ' I Backers have a Good Day.— Only Mode 1 rate Sport.-— A Race Thrown Away.— Fortius Win tha Flying. In le sport witnessed on Saturday at thn' y was fairly interesting flife n°thing of special note was in the Different fields. started for the Hurdle Race, vjci was an improvement to what has ' seen °ut of late, and Hoanga, I0 j and Kinder were all at 3 to 1 . . s tlle finish. Kielder showed his ocm dasl1 for a mile, but retired rrimi f Warc1s' an-* Hoanga, a recent he f m Zealand, had a turn. at but . Lemonwood was going hrpp » ,in-* an^ passed the leader, at the rom \r .°ng pQst' winning comfortably iimnpflanit0ba an^ Hoanga. Lemonwood it ra a better than at Roseliill where lontoT1 T?0wn his hurdles and finally nlv rn- ?Urke out of the saddle.' ThB is riri p was Johnson's getting rid of. ;l™er °pp°site the stand. 'arrrwo au^' wjth McLaclilan up, .was a nd c-n,.fV0,rite for the Flying Handicap', fomfiv a* ^ t° !? Fortius was backed 1 | Ilves to 5 to 2, and Classic w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. DERBY HORSES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

A.J.C. DERBY HORSES Recent public form has brought Duke Foote into prominence for the A.J.C. Derby, and though there is no specula tion on that event .at present, there is no doubt lie Avould. be favorite if there was. I-Ie is a beautifully turned and well de^ veloped colt, and should strip well oh the day. The way he won at Rosehill sug gests that he is a good stayer, which so far cannot be said about many of the three - year - olds engaged. Gigandra showed capital sprinting form at. Kosenin, but is not regarded as a likely colt to run a journey, though he might develop staying powers by the time the race comes round. Lager looks well, and is doing long, strong, work at Randwick, and will no doubt run a' journey. Beverage is doing the best preparation^ of the colts at Randwick, as he usually goes a mile and a half at a . solid pace and does it well. It will not be for want of condition if lie fails. Desert Rose is' a fine mare and goes in -good style. She was a t°p notcher .among t...

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

DOINGS AT RAND WICK. As tlie time is now fast approaching for the Spring carnival, a great number of horses entered for the big events are being ' shoved ' along. The following gallops took place at Ran'dwick on Thurs day last, August 18, the ' magpie ' grass track being used: — Crucinella spurted nicely over a few furlongs, and is a great mover; Flaxen put past a mile at a strong pace, and Son of the Marsh was let off with useful work; Golden Lace was let off with a spurt, while Britain and Orea were associated over a circle, and they ran it in 2min. lOsec., both going well throughout; Patronatus, by himself, registered lmin. 51sec. for a mile gallop, and Lager ran seven furlongs at a good solid pace; Golden Slipper and Grist ran the same journey nicely in lmin. 363/4sec., and Beverage covered once round at a solid ' gait; Tanami put in. some solid work, as did King Foote and Duke Foote; Master Soult was down, but' he was let off -with a smart, spurt, while Gold Thread ran a mile i...

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

\ INFORMATION exchange. i Books. l^as* -An edition of Jennings Car pcnael s verses was published by Long mans,' London, and Melville and Mullen, Th), '?S- ?treet- Melbourne, in 1895, at JP ut os. ^ The latter firm may still have | e, copies. T. C. Lothian, Melbourne, preparation a pocket volume of tiiinv. .yerse ^rom Jennings Carmichael, P will be issued at Is. 3d., postage Id. looktn ^ T1*e idea is worth trying. r&mo 80 °1' later editions than 'those you Kii»iili Henry Francis Cary's complete Si v.ersion of Dante's Divine Comedy iLt! m Evei'yman's Library;, Is. 3d., §)7p 6 4-3' ^ is amonS' the best half Eh'pn!! P ans'a^ons* and. is abou the B^eapest- ' .

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

! SELECTED BY HEADERS. 'You can't think what' hurigar is on a full stomick. To pitty tlie poor like they Reserve to be pittyed you have got' to be poor yourself. And then you ain't got. |iothing to give 'em. It's a puzzle all' round.' . - j | -From 'The Letters of Jennie Allen,' I % ??????? by Grace Donwortli. ? . j I [Sent by E.] ' fcrA. Sydney reader sends two bits from Jlie always delightful Diary of .Samuel Sepys. Wheatley's edition (the best), |rom which they are taken, costs too JttUch for the average buyer, but is ob tainable a*- m°st public libraries. Bray ^®ysl°n contains much 1 less, but |s worth having. It is reprinted in Every;-1 Wans Library; 2 vols. 2s. 6d., or posted j|s. 2d. Pepys speaks:— ? . ,- ?jfc Jan. 19, 1660-61. — . . . So I went to the Ms m King Street and had a rabbit for |iyself and my Will/ and after dinner I |ent him home and myself went to the theatre, where I saw ' The Lost, Lady,' jgnich do not please me much. Here I *roukled to be seen, by -four of^ o...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Page Twenty-One: LYRICS BY HENRY NEWBOLT. By the Hearth-Stone. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

?w twenty-One * CONDUCTED BY I Norman Liliey. I OTICS BY HENRY NEWBOLT. | By the Hearth-Stone. | By the hearth-stone - - ' p She sits alone, ;? The long night hearing: f With eyes that gleam ?$? Into the. dream t: Of the firelight staring. I' . Low and more low . : . - £ ? The dying glow ,i Burns in the embers; ? {,? Slie nothing heeds .% And nothing needs—* | Only remembers. ~ . - f. ? + ; : ?- ? . ; From Generation to Generation. 1-0 son of mine, when duslc .shall 'find; --'? .thee bending '' ?„ . 'I Between a gravestone and ; a. cradle's ' head— f Between the love whose .name . is loss -i unending ? - ?frAnd the young love- whose thoughts are g liker dread, — * ? If Thou too shalt groan at. heart that -all * : ;thy spending v ^Cannot repay the dead, the hungry dead. 5* + ?fi T i|- Gavotte. (Old French.): ' Memories long, in music sleeping, t ? & No more sleeping, . : P No more dumb: ? ? .'V ? & Delicate phantoms softly creeping . Softly back from the old- w.oiid '...

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

TO CONTRIBUTORS. M.J.M. — Interesting, but hardly up to standard. This seems familiar: — Why are we always worried, Dreading- of bill-day? Why are we never able To meet our bills and pay? Because our laws are rotten, Because our men are tools, Because our country's governed By muddle-headed fools. 'Australia's Awakening' is the best historj' of the Australian Labor Move ment yet written. No political library is complete without it. Post free, 6/6.

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

— ' — — ~ — - ONCE AGAIN, WOMAN. Miss Alice -Grant Rosman, in the woman's column of the Adelaide Daily Herald,' writes as follows: — 'It would be interesting to know whe ther South .Australia intends to do any thing by way of memorial to. the late Catherine Helen Spence. There seems to have been little or no mention of the matter so - far; yet South Australia, has viov- Tin citizen— certainly no mora unselfish one;; for she devoted her whole life to the bettering .of economic con ditions, especially with regarf to women and children.;. Her ; work in the State Children's Department alone deserved the admiration and ? gratitude of every, man and woman with ; a spark of - national pride,.; and it' seems pitiable;, nothing should be done, to show our appreciation of it.;- If she had- been a mniionaire who flung her nioney' brbadcast'^ambng.- fas hionable charities, no doubt something would, have been done months aS°* ?Bu^ she merely ga-ye brain and heart and soul tb South Australia, and...

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

I A CURIOUS POINT. V I I Mr. Foster Frasei* prophesied shrunken Physique for Australians, and either said or implied that it was already visible. f, - Coghlan contradicted \him, saying that measurements and weighings of the children went to 'show that physique was ''roving, and that the . third generation 1° native born ' . would be better than the second. tin? words, it would seem fropi of fr ? w't'1 the advent of limitation jn p^yg.q11^ began a corresponding rise ^Limitation of offspring is brought about in two ways—intentionally and un intentionally; by deliberate means -.or by poverty. The world as a whole: — a na tion or a community as a whole — is re sponsible for limitation by poverty; the individual is responsible in the* other case. It is. curious to note hoiW wicked it is regarded as being when individual and isolated, and how little condemned when everybody is involved. * For thousands of years ,baby has died in tens of thousands in his first year; even pushed out of com ...

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

WOMAN AND HER EARNINGS In the 'Times' of June 3, 1910, is *he following- sensible letter. It deals with emigration, -but it is applicable in our country, even yet, to more than the irh-. migrant. It runs, as follows: — 'THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SUR PLUS WOMAN.' 'With reference to the article in the 'Times' weekly edition, on May 20, under jthe above title, E.S.L. writes: 'I feel with you that the waste of women in one part of the world and the want of them in another is greatly to be deplored. But only so far do I agree. Emigration so cieties, transplanting women from one place where their economic conditions are bad to another, where they will' be worse, is no remedy. ' ' A man and his wife settle on the land in far-off unoccupied spaces. They both work Jhard, the woman, perhaps, the harder, for' she has to bear the children. When middle age» arrives the man finds himself in a fairly assured position'. He has a farm, good prospefcts, with ' money in the bank. And the woman? Economic ...

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

NO BILL FILED. The Queensland Attorney-General has refused to file a bill in the case' of the two sailors, Edward . Nixon-' and Henry Stark, who were committed for trial on a charge of unlawfully lciiling Frederick Douce, an old age pensioner. ? - ? -A ? ? ?

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

STITCHERY. Knitted Lace. — Cast on 18 stitches. First Row. — Slip one, knit one, - make one, knit two together; make one, take two together; knit two,- make one, take two together; knit one,, make two, take two together; take two together, knit one., . Second Row.— Knit one, lcnit two to gether; knit one, purl. one, take two to-;j gether; make one, knit two, ...take two to gether; make one, lcnit three together, knit four. - - Third Row.— Slip one, knit one, make one,, knit , two together; make one, knit two together; make one, knit two to gether; knit two, make one, take two together; knit one, take two. together. Fourth Row.— Knit -one, take two to gether; make one, knit two, take two to gether ; . make one, take three togetliei , knit three. * , Fifth, Row. — Slip one, lcnit one, make one, lcnit two together; make one, lcnit one; make one, knit two together, lcnit four. . Sixth Row.— Make one, lcnit four, make one, knit two together; knit two, make one; knit two together; knit fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WORSE THAN ROBBERY." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

'WORSE THAN ROBBERY.' When charged with milk adulteration at Adelaide, the driver of a milk cart said, 'I was a new hand, and as there was not sufficient milk to go round I had to put water in it.' It was shown that 25 per cent, of water had been added. ' This is worse than robbery,' said the magistrate, and he fined accused £15 and costs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUMPED UP CHARGES DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

TRUMPED UP CHARGES DISMISSED. I The charges against Messrs. Browning, Moy, Hay ward, .and' O'Rourlce, members of -the Sugar Workers' Union, .of setting fire to cane in the Mossman district, Q., 'were all- dismissed, the.. Police Magistrate stating that the evidence was insufficient to warrant the defendants being com mitted for trial. It is common talk ug Mossman way that the cane was fired ' by paid hirelings employed ' by certain' bitter anti -Labor cane growers.

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

'' '? — - — -♦ ? ' CRUSHED TO DEATH. Emile Jandeschewski, one of the Do re-mi trio of vaudeville artists, met his death in a tragic manner, at the: Palace. Hotel, Melboune. He was just stepping into the lift on the fourth floor when it descended, and He fell 'with his head and shoulders in the lift and his legs upon the landing. He /cried 'I7p, up;' until the -weight of. the' lift : gradually crushed his life out. ? The lift boy- asserted that ;he did not set the lift in. motion. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOT HIS FATHER-IN-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

I . . ? * ? ^ I ' . SHOT HIS FATHER: IN-LAW. [!? At Warragul, V-'; Hector Mclnnes was ifourid guilty of haviijg shot and feloniously wounded' his father-in-lawj Charles Bry ant,' at Maffra. Accused taxed his father in-law with having enticed his wife and children away from him; He *had been drinking, and he shot Bryant :in the leg with a shot-gun/ '. Accused .was 'sentenced to two years and 'nine* months' imprison ment, sentence being'' suspended on his i entering into . a bond^ .to be - o.f good be havior. ?' a- ? ' - -

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KEEP AWAY! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

Sktf AWAY ! i 'Work has ceased on the third section of the North Coast railway, for which Smith '-and Tims are the contractors, owing t-? blackballing of men taking part in the political Labor campaign. The sec retary of the N.S.W. Labor Council has received a telegram warning unionists to keep away from the works. The Barrier Labor Federation has also wired that hundreds of men are unem ployed in the Silver City.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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