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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

1 gJfan***5rta£T^. _ _ ? , '????? - ' ' : ?-..-'.. J-- ' | ' PASSING EVENTS CAST A SHADOW BEHIND. . ' ,. ' | ''?.?^ Since the Petersham bump, the Tories have become more pointed than ever in their criticisms of Holman as leader of .. :.;^ their precious 'Nationalist Party. ' ^i H£yifA*K.'K-J must adjust a maskl J feel another attack of bootitis coming gnJ'* : ? Bjfli

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [?] Wearing the Laurels of Fat. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

m^m %f*j-%£% [?] Wearing the Laurels of Fat. ! Fuller, with the old air of settled fatigue ^.bout him, is still in the eyes of Fat the ^eroic breaker of the strike. Every take down in the State loves him as a brother, p,nd everything that is politically or in dustrially unclean names his name with Jreverence. There is fame for you I There stands the glowing example of duty to &he Bosses receiving Its proper recog nition and obtaining its just x-eward! jPoor Fuller. There was a time when, with Ja little more integrity and activity and a jpomewhat larger vision, he might have jplayed an average pa'rt for good on the Australian political 6tage. Now— well, as tie nears his official extinction his epitaph jjs already written in the simple words of , |he people—- 'Full Up.' ?I ft * ? CTh&n and Now. \ The 'Sydney Morning Herald' says we fiave travelled a long way from the days ipf 1815. ' , ^ i .4..^ U) grannie, grannie, what is this '; You murmur in the public ears? KVe al...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

' r ~ ? ' ' * ' ?' v :;:'V' :^ , -^ Necestlty demands and v*ls. ~ - : . - \ dom dictates purchasing de- __^ — ~- '? m' pendable footwear at Fay's—* ^^^JfL^ a #-m- the greatest footwear «r« MwjgvJafl : ganlsation In the Commons jyMf -^r EDWARD FAY, Ltd. ^^5^^^% 'The Big Boot Block/' ^j£^^^£S3^ Cr. Pitt and LJvei-pool Sts^r -''' ^r^ SYDNEY. |M AIbo at* '' VZ^grUL****** FINE FOOTWEAR Bridge, Newtown. '

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

*'- ? ^i^. ? ^ar- Dwarf .Prices and Giant r V^Hft^^^ ^ /m A Values go hand In hand at . ? ^^™^E^^p^# mJE. Fav's Four Footwear Stores. #*p2s2CUP- EDWARD FAY, Ltd. ^?p^dpsS^SS**^ 'The B|g Boot B|°ck'' |^^4^^^ai0|^?ft^j| Cr. Pitt and Liverpool Sts., ? ^'^^ ^^-^?^^' SYDNEY. IN . (Also at: . . ' '' George-street, Haymarket. FINE FftATWFAtt Broadway, Glebe. riNB rVUlRME , Bridge, Newtown.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

Empire. Only three Empires are now left in the world — the Indian,-' Japanese, and British. The white republics spread and grow; . The kings are shaking on their thrones. The regal dignity and show Are mostly bones. Once emperors o'er fields of death Walked'knee-deep' in the people's blood. JTbeir glory vanished at a breath — Their names are mud. Yet Britain shouts for empire stifl, Keeping the old discarded track. Are all her aims, in heart and \vf.ll, Japanned pe black! ,..

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lesson of Saul. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The Lesson of Saul. , Whether one accept the Bible as the inspired word of God, a history of an cient times, or a composite relation of fact and fable, there is much therein that men may heed to their advantage and find a cheaper teacher than the profi teering pedagogue, Experience. I have in mind a people, very well off in their way, perhaps priest-ridden to a degree, but without a king — and they wanted one. Marvellous to us, who have grown wise in our generation and age on this one matter at least; strange es pecially in these days of the rapid, uncere monious sacking of monarchs, is it to look back through the vista of centuries on the spectacle of a people crying aloud for a king. 'Let us be as other peoples, give us a king,' so rose the wail of the Jewish race. And their cry was heard, and they were given a king, a man of themselves, one of the people, and chosen above all by God. If it be possible at all to search into the heart and soul of man, to assess man's worth and the ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. BONDI JUNCTION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

MEETINGS, BONDI JUNCTION LEAGUE. The Bondi Junction League held their annual meeting and election of officers on March 12, the year ending with a good balance and also an increase of mem bers. The following officers were elected: — President, Mr. W. E. Humphries; Vice Fresidents, Mrs. Trefle and Mr. M. J. Hor gan; Secretary, Mr. E. A. CrSspe (reelec ted). The following resolutions were carried: (1) 'That the Bondi Junction Branch enter a protest against the proposed in crease of the State Governor's salary or evpenses.' (2) 'That the Labor Party move forward with clause- {b) of the fighting platform, 'Abojition'of' the office of State governor/ ' E. A. CRISPE, Hon. Sec. ? # * CANTERBURY A.L.P. The Belmore Branch of the Canterbury A.L.P. held its fortnightly meeting on the 17th inst. If the number that attended and the enthusiasm displayed are any criterion for next election, well. Labor is 'home and dry.' Correspondence read from Mr. Cann stated that the League's proposal that a par...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sweated Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

^^—— — A Sweated Premier. Mrs. Holman has been publicly deploring the beastly ingratitude of the people in only giving her noble hubby a miserable pittance of 35 quid a week for his mag nificent services to this State and the world in general. There are some of us who remember the time when young Bill Holman would have shaken hands with himself if he had struck a job at thirty -five BOB a week, and al though that's a long time ago, it's a dead cert that he was . a more useful and a more honest man then than he is to-day. Still, of course, 35 quid per week is not very much for winning a big first-class war, and we all know that he would have won it on his own if Billy Hughes hadn't got in first and won the war himself. In his first Parliament lie tried to LOSE the Boer war, and so his salary was tiatu raliy much lower then. We would not like to remind poor Mrs. Holman, struggling along on her share of that 35 quidlets, that her husband told the people ot Petersham a few days ago how ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parramatta and Granville Electorates. LABOR CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

Parramatta and Gran ville . Electorates. , LABOR CONTINENTAL. The abovenamed function opened on 1 Saturday with a monster procession, or- ' ganised by the Branches in Lidcombe, .: Auburn, Granville, and Parramatta. Many .?.; thousands lined the streets of the historic ;; and conservative old borough, and heartily jl applauded the various tableaux, exhibits, J and fancy dress displays: ^ The procession terminated at the Conti- j nental Grounds, which are situated in the '.??. Parramatta Park, near old Government / House. j; The continental consists of a large col- ' : lection of side shows, fun factories, and ? amusement devices, including Ferriswheel, dance tent, slippery dips, calve walk, elee- -.*? trie cups, etc. At night the grounds were brilliantly illuminated, and were patron ised by thousands of pleasure seekers. The continental will run for a fortnight, and Laborites are sure of a good time if they care to visit it. The proc-ic-fls are to go to the Branches in Parramatta and...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF SYDNEY. ENGINE AND GENERAL FITTER . REQUIRED. A PPL1CATIONS will be received by the J\. undersigned for the position of FIRST CLASS ENGINE AND GENERAL FITTER in the Service of the C/ty Council: ? Appli cants must be. experienced in the handling of Machine Tools, tfie rate of pay, being, in. ac cordance with' the Award. APPLICATIONS to be made on printed forms obtainable at the Inquiry Office, Town Hall, Sydney, upon personal application -or by post if stamp enclosed to the under signed., which are to be filled 'iW and re turned to reach the undersigned NOT LATER TJJAN. 12 NOON ON.. MONDAY NEXT, the 31st MARCH, 1919. AH other things being equal, preference will be given to' Returned Soldiers. Dated' this 'twenty-fifth day of March, 1919. THOMAS H. NEgBITT, Town' Clerk of the City of Sydney. Town Hall, Sydney.. INDUSTRIAL VIGILANCE COUNCIL *OF . NEW SOUTH WALES. rpHE next meeting of the above Council will . JL be held in the A.L.P. Rooms, Macdonell House, $21 Pitt...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER CONSPIRACY EXPOSED. A WARNING TO LABORITES. To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

§ ANOTHER CONSPIRACY EXPOSED. 1 A WARNING TO LABORITES. To the Editor, 'Labor News.' t , Sir, — I do not know whether you or' * any of the Labor Party are aware that at -the next meeting of the National Asso ciation the following proposition will come before the members, viz. : 'That this Asso ciation discuss ways and means to form a volunteer soldiery. fCr the purpose of re -. pressing strikes, and to put down in cipient revolution, etc.' -Having seen one of the ' circulars, I can vouch for my statement. If this is carried it will bo one of the biggest nails that has ever ^ been driven into Labor's coffin! As one most deeply interested in my fellow Workers' welfare let me protest against the publicity given to the intention of es tablishing closer unionism by Mr. Gar den and others. Does one ever hear of the other side proclaiming their intentions to the world? No, not on your life. The project is' carefully planned, Labor pallia - tiyes proposed, and then the mailed fist f is unco...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

HEENZO, the famous money-saving remedy for Asthma, Bronchitis, Couerhs, Colds, Influenza, and Sore Throats, is obtainable from all leading Chemists and Stores. Each bottle, when diluted with warm water and sweetened as per easy directions printed on the label, produces a family supply of mixture — as much as would cost up to 30/- or more, if you purchased ordinary ready-mixed remedies in a lot of little bottles. As HEENZO costs only 2/-, and has proved to be unsur passed in curative quality, you will readiiy see what a big money-saving there is to be effected by making- HEENZO Cough Mixture. There are imitations of HEENZO; it is, therefore, important that you should avoid deception by asking for, and insisting on, getting HEENZO (registered name for Hean's Essence). If _an attempt is made (for the sake of getting- more profit out of you) to induce you to take an imitation of HT3ENZO, refuse it, and send for the original ana genuine article to G. W. HEAN, Manufacturing Chemist, 178 C...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE BIG LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANIES ROOK THE PUBLIC AS WELL AS THE AGENTS. To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

[Ww THE BIG LIFE ASSURANCE || COMPANIES ROOK THE PUBLIC [ AS WELL AS THE AGENTS. jto T-- the Editor, 'Labor News.' gj Sir.-r-On several occasions motions have T-een/jsent along to the New South Wales Labor Conference asking for legislation |oMeal with insurance companies, but the delegates have always treated the matter 'Eery, lightly; or : perhaps the matter of finance in this particular department is beyond their understanding. This very important matter, which affects the work ling classes (especially industrial assur ance, which, to say the least, is day light robbery), should get serious atten tion, and the workings and methods should be thoroughly investigated; in fact, the A.L.P. Executive should appoint a commisison or a committee to take evi dence, when agents and ex-agents would |bf^«nly too willing to give evidence. To f&i into the matter, fully would take up too Leiuch of 'the Conference's time, as there Is more in it than the public are aware of. Jy^s *to the ag...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW BILL THE PUNCHER BEAT THE "FLU." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

' ' ' - , - . - ..~~~ i HOW BILL THE PUNCHER BEAT THE *' FLU.' (By VELOX.) Bill the Puncher went to Melbourne, all upon his lonely own, As his wife and kids and cobbers would not brave the danger Eone, For the Influenza germ had made its presence badly felt; No amount of Bill's persuasion could their opposition melt Now, though Bill was but a busliman, still, he did not lack in sense, And lie straightaway decided to invest some of his pence Jn the purchase of a medicine to keep away the germ, Thus ensuring his enjoyment for the full length of his term. So he hied him to a chemist, who suggested, then and there, That he spend his cash on HEENZO, with which nothing could compare. Tliis advice old Bill accepted, and a bottle of it bought, And he bore it off in triumph as his board ing-house he sought Now, each morning, as he issued from his temporary home, And each evening as he finished up his daily city roam, Bill would drink the health in HEENZO of the ones he'd left behind, Not for...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

To the Editor. Sir, — Would you kindly allow me space in your columns to commune with fellow countrymen. Allow meto say to them: Men, suppose you had lived in the time when men were bought and sold as slaves, and suppose your fathers' had sold you as s'aves, would you have honored the sale or would you have deserted when opportunity oiierear i near most ot you answer, i would not have honored such an unjust act, I would have deserted. Again I hear a lot of you say that since our fathers ?voted men to power to make laws, and those men saw fit to sell the lands of our country to a few, we are bound to honor that sale. Now, J. S. Mill, Herbert Spencer and many other eminent political econo mists have said, more or less directly, that private property in land is the cause of poverty, or in other words, those who own the land also own the people who have to live on the product of that land. If that is so (and I fail to see that it can be re futed), did not those who sold your land not al...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Riots in Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The Riots in Brisbane. *SPhe daily papers . are so. unreliable that one can only form an imperfect judgment of what have been star-headed as the Bol shevik riots in Brisbane. From these accounts it appears that an organised protest against the continuance of the War Precautions Act was arranged by tho Industrial Executive Council of the Northern capital. Permiesion to have a. nrocession was. it is stated, onlv granted on the president of the Council promising not to permit the Red Flag to be carried. This promise, it is said, was disregarded by a number of Russians, who refused to be bound, and insisted on displaying a number oT the red emblems. This aroused the anger of a number of returned sol diers, although what special business it is of theirs no one can explain. The sol diers, with some civilians, attacked fhe Russian Association's rooms, and in the affray some soldiers and also constables got more or less seriously injured. Since then the same lawless ? and ignorant crowd, de...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor, "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

(To the Editor, 'The Labor'News.') Siiv-r-How much oftener are we of -the rank and file of the A.L.P., who imagine that we are members of a democratic movement, to suffer the humiliation of Mr. Storey's insinuations of disloyalty against those who differ with him as to what should be the policy of the Party? He characterises such as open or con cealed enemies who are striving to cause a split. Can he be so guileless as to im agine that when our proved enemies, the capitalist press, give his statement the prominence they do they are actuated by a desire to preserve the Party's unity, or that its policy should be such as to effec tively combat the vested interests the pressmen are lured to defend? He should know, and probably does, that the reasons which have convinced many of us that a definitely stated Socialist objective and policy are immediately necessary are not likely to be given equal prominence in the organs he favors. Consequently, to take advantage of such a medium for the ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR PROFIT OR USE - WHICH? WE HAVE NOW REACHED A STAGE AT WHICH THE QUARREL BETWEEN THE EXPLOITERS AND THE EXPLOITED HAS BECOME THE CENTRAL ISSUE OF POLITICS. THE ROBBERS AND THE ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

L - -OR* USE- j % which? _iJ WE HAVE NOW REACHED A STAGE AT WHICH THE QUARREL BETWEEN THE EXPLOITERS AND THE EXPLOITED HAS BECOME THE CENTRAL ISSUE OF POLITICS. . THE ROBBERS AND THE ROBBED. The great wish of the reactionaries who ? control the 'Gnash' Governments is to ; Keep Uioso voters who are not attached ? \o any Party from learning' the truth ? about the Labor Party, i i ?* * * The main thing from their point of view Is to obscure the fact that the LABOR ..- PARTY IS BENT UPON PUTTING AN ', END TO EXPLOITATION. # * * THE CHIEF THING for the EX ? PLO1TKD to REMEMBER is that there - ran be NO RELIEF from the PRESENT barefaced ROBBERY of the GREAT . MASS of the PEOPLE, SO LONG as the ' -GNASH' GOVERNMENTS are in office. * ♦ # : IS IT REASONABLE to expect relief '?? from the present conditions, when it is : remembered that the PARTY FUNDS of j. these Governments are mainly the' CON TRIBUTIONS of the BIG BUSINESS and ?\ .VESTED INTERESTS— in other words, ' of the PROFITEERS and EX...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUND THE SHOWS THE LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

I ROW T|£ SHMf 1 I (By JANE SIDDONS.) ' ZSM THE LYCEUM. The Lyceum is showing the best picture t programme for the week in the city , theatres. There are some exceptionally | good pictures of 'The Australians in Palestine),' while Robert Warwick ap pears in a delightful comedy-drama, 'The Accidental Honeymoon.' Supported by Elaine Hammerstein in this his first pic ture since he returned from soldiering in France, Warwick shows that he lias lost a lot of that 'pretty-pretty' staginess which marred much of his previous work. Sensation, fun, and a little tragedy go to make 'The Accidental Honeymoon' one of the most pleasing pictures of the mo ment. # * # CHARLIE'S WIFE. I was passing the Crystal Palace Theatre the other day when I overheard a small boy remark to his companion, 'Have you seen Charlie's wife? Oh, she's bosker — all smiles and eyes and clo'es. Gee! you should just get her clo'es.' Tempted by the eulogy, I went to see her in 'The Price of a Good Time.' But I was disappoint...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Daughter's Letter Dear Mother.— [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

-& ,10^0% T-i-ar Mother — Did. you notice that Dr. Arthur's sug gestion to appoint a Royal Commission to go thoroughly into the question of the conditions under which the poor lived had been accepted? What a curious sham it all is! As if every member of the Go. vernment did not know well enough al ready 'the dreadful conditions of poverty in our midst, as if they had not main tained their party organisation and whole political scheme simply to per petuate those dreadful conditions! What good purpose is to be served by collecting evidence about the dripping on the child ren's bread and telling the capitalistic people how successful they have been in reducing life for the multitude to the barest and meanest level? Let us have a Royal Commission to inquire into the conditions of the rich. There would be some novelty about that. Let us know how the lady in the expensive flat lives and what the gentleman in the car does in return for the good things showered on him by the State. ...

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