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

jfjffegf- CORDON'S PIANOS ^0 FUadcrs Street. I No Agents or Canvassers. No Middleman's I Profits to pay. Therefore, Cheapest and Best. Every Instrument guaranteed. Near Oxford Street. -*% THERE'S NOT A SHADOW I 0F A D0UBT | /iScf ! -^/^\ about the superiority of ? I ' THE CROPLEY j „ \MPilkJlb / ALL LEATHER' ! 7| ^prfl^Epj ifg/® ? (A % BOOTS FOR MEN. | wh0 require strong serviceable ? V /\ ? F --'.wea-' ;:iat will stand a lot of ? ^ rough usage and not look much I the worse for it. B 19 I vH The uppers are cut from prime J (Yearling Calf, an oil grain waterproof * ^ ? leather, and are fitted with strong MAI^L ORDERS. — Cropley Shoes are J| military backs, calf toe caps, and extra t wherever the mail goes, and all ft thick clumped leather soles. , „ , . , | nvfiorq are carefullv selected and ~ pej V/e will guarantee these boots to , 2 j® give the buyer every satisfaction, or despatched with all possiole speed. « H we will refund the money paid for ? ? ? g H them. a If HAVE YOU OUR CA...

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

Those who cough, if wise, procure And take at once 'Woods' Peppermint Cure; Folks who colds cannot withstand Ought to keep Woods' Cure at hand; Sufferers, too, from frequent chills Find Woods' Great Cure saves Doctors' bills, Whilst all who of the ' Flu ' complain Should take Woods' Cure and smile again. THOSE WHO SUFFER FROM WEAKNESS, SICK HEADACHE, HOSS OF SLEEP, POOR APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, OR INDIGESTION, SHOULD READ MRS. MORLOCK'S LETTER WRITTEN TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND HOW IT CURED HER For the relief of indigestion, and the creation of good appetite, there is no equal to this reliable medicine. Women who suffer from indigestion should read this document, as it is true and of value in every particular. ' j CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. 'For seven weeks in December, 1909, and in January, 1910, 1 was Iso ill I could only take biscuits and milk-food, my appetite was so bad. 'My husband, who is employed on | one of the A.U.S.N. steamers, run- | ning to the South Sea Islands, was j...

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

TORTURED TO DEATH. Judge . Fitzhardinge made some severe comments when sentencing Thomas and Margaret Butler, who had been convicted at Newcastle of manslaughter in connec tion with -the death of their infant child. He said that they had tortured the child by allowing it to suffer from the pangs of hunger. The woman had. even neglected to keep the child' clean, and the father stood by and made no attempt to alle viate the child's suffering. 'The man was a lazy, idle, vagabond. The woman was sentenced to three' months' imprisonment : and the father to two years' hard labor. Mill hands at Buda-Pesth, Hungary, have struck for increased wages for Sun day work; 4000 aro out.

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

AN INDUSTRIAL HAVEN. „ . I Says the 'Illustrated London News': 'The Golden City of Port Sunlight covers 231 acres,' on which are works, docks, I offices, railways, roads, etc., together with over 700 roomy well-built cottages in which work-people -.live. For the health ' and social life of its - people there are ' gymnasia, swimming baths, girls' insti tutes, workmen's clubs, athletic- clubs, a t church, library, theatre, schools, hospital, doctor, nurses, ambulance corps, fire bri gade, etc. Dependent on Lever Bros, are § 20,000 people. ? i Says our authority, 'The .women ' workers are specially well cared for. The girls have a vest room where they may - retire, and well-fitted bathrooms'. They I work 45 hours a week, three Jiours less ? than the men, and travel free by tram or i train to and from Hock Ferry or Birken ? head. Fifteen hundred' girls sit down to a; 5 good dinner at Hulme Hall, the -women's i restaurant. The meal of hot meat,* veget-, tables, and 'pudding, is provided...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Women's Page VERSES FOR WOMEN. THE PEDLAR'S PACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

[?] ? _ — CONDUCTED BY VOgi & MARY GILMORR. H .' I VERSES FOR WOMEN. THE PEDLAR'S PACK. 1: Onca I heard the Pedlar, tell , .Which things w ere the best to sell. 'Pins,' he said, 'and silver rings, , Tops, and other spinning things. * MUgs with rose buds round about them, Hoods with ribbons in and out tjiem, ; ? .. nf-iiff. for sailing- men; I'. LiltfUiuo -wi ? , : Blotting-paper, ink and pen. ^ i Crooks to save grey sheep from wandering, Brooks to set the shepherds wondering; Posies culled where sunbeams found them, Strawberries with the dew all round them. ? Horses' shoes of hemp or horn, To keep the fairies from the corn; J Charms to hold the wind and sky Till all the harvest is laid by, Pipes, and pegs, and balls, and laces, , Glasses to show pretty faces,- ^ Sprigs of lavender, and bells, And horus, and spoons, and big sea shells.' I bent down on the ground, and peered, I looked right through the Pedlar's beard; I saw the round seed in its pack, ; j^g small as sniall, as...

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

▼ ? : ? ? SOLICITOR IN TROUBLE. At Melbourne City Court a solicitor named Charles . J. Currie was charged with the larceny of three sums of money entrusted to him by clients, and also with false 'pretences; In the evidence it was stated that Currie was acting for Walter Powell. A greengrocer named Hannaford owed ' Powell £215, and had handejd to Currie two sums of £15 and £50, which, it was alleged, had not been accounted for., Powell asserted that Cur rie had .not been authorised to receive the money at all. Accused pleaded guilty, and also admitted another charge of con verting £275 to his own use. He was committed for. trial. . ,

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

. ' '? ▼ ? EXTRAORDINARY^ OUTRAGE. An ^extraordinary outrage .is reported 'from Forbes, the victim being Mrs. Lily i Lewis, who is employed by Mr. Frederick McMahon. as housekeeper. , One of the chiljdrortr returning from school, found Mrs. Lewis bound and gagged, with the hair completely shaved . off her head. She explained that, in response -to a knock,* -she opened the door, when a cloth Was thrown over her head.. She. was tied' to a chair, and her head was 'sha.ved. She did not recognise her assailant, and could give no reason for. the outrage. On thei table was a note, reading: '.For God's, sake, forgive us. Have mistaken the ?party.' . ? -: ; \ A. ? ' *

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

SHOPLIFTER: PUN fSH ED. In fining a woman shoplifter in Sydney .Water Police Court the magistrate passed some severe remarks on her conduct. 'When a person in a good position steals it is called 'kleptomania,'.', he asserted, 'but in the case of a poor person it is called thieving.' .Accused was a well dressed married woman named Mary 'Duffin, whose husband earned £4 per week, and she was charged with stealing two pieces of- braid valued at o/a irom Hordern Brothers. The evidence showed that accused took „ a young girl, to the shop, and tempted her to ; steal the goods. Afterwards she' tried to throw the whole of the' blame on the girl, who was only 13 years of age. The magistrate, in fining her £5 or two months' imprisonment, said a horrible feature of the case was that the w^man was educating the child to steal. On a further charge of hav ing in her possession goods suspected of having , .been - stolen accused was -fined, £10, in default three months' hard labor.

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

?; ^ — ♦- — - r. . POLICEMAN'S BAD LUCK. Senior-constable Davis, of Bordertown, S.A., has been granted four months' leave of absence on full pay, 'and will withdraw from ' the service upon {he expiration of his leave, having been requested to send in his resignation by the authorities on the ground that he is physically unfit to perform the duties of a mounted police officer. The case is an exceedingly hard rmo ns the. enforced retirement of the officer is due entirely to a weakness in one of his legs' as the- result of an acci dent he met with while on duty about seven years ago.- Senior-constable -Davis was trying to catch, one, 'of the -police horses in— the . small .paddock attached to the station property at Bordertown when he tripped on a small stump of a tree and fell, breaking his leg. Davis, is now unable to ride.

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

CABLE NEWS. — ♦ ? ? Sussex farmers propose to start a beet sugar factory. James Patten, speculator, sold his sett on the New York' ? Stock Exchange for £14,000. Baroness Vaughan, w.ho was the wife of the late King Leopold of Belgium, has married M. Durien, her steward. Tho striko over the Eight Hours! trou ? bio cost tho Northumberland Miners -As-~ sociation £ 83,000. . The i Government of Spain has prohibit ed proposed Republican and Carlist meet ings ? in Catalonia. It is estimated that the wealthy people, of the United States spends £250,000,000 annually on motor cars. - Radium waters at Carlsbad are said to havo cured many chronic cases of .rheu matism, gout, and neuralgia. Bishops of the Greek Church in Turkey protest against persecution by the Turk ish authorities. Le Blanc aeroplaned from -Donai to Amiens, . France, and outstripped 47 pigeons which started at. tho same time. ? Dyers in Yorkshire have demanded an increase of 3/ per week of 54 hours. Their present weekly w&...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR AND LOCAL OPTION. CENTRAL LABOR UNION OF PHILADELPHIA. Endorses Local Option. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

LABOR ANO LOCAL OPTION. CENTRAL LABOR UNION OP PHILADELPHIA. Endorses Local Option. ' Whereas, it has been conclusively ?proved to all observing citizens that the influence of the saloon in politics is re sponsible in a great measure for corrup tion that exists in public office; and 'Wherean Ave believe - that so long as the saloon interests are permitted through their contributions to the political ma- ' chine nf this eitv Snd Sla.tft tn dominate ! the thought 'and action of those chosen by the people to administer the laws; and 'Whereas, it. is to the interest of every right-thinking, citizen to lend his aid in purifying the administration of the law; and ~ 'Whereas, the lessening of the drink evil will be a moral and material benefit to all the people; therefore, be it ' Resolved — That Ave, the delegates of the trades unions of Philadelphia, in ses sion assembled, do earnestly advise the workers of this city in general, and the members of the unions in particular, to agitate and...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN THEY CALL IT CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN i ? ; ? A ? 1_- 1 THEY CALL IT CHARITY. j * j ^ I-IE vulgarity which is commonly | * associated with' the piling-up of i riches was well illustrated in Sydney last | week, -The Fresh Air League ball was I held at the Town Hall, and resulted in a j coarse display o£ the limits of the capital j Istic . Imagination. Tlie ' Sun ' (a fit jichronicle) describes the ball' as 'a ! pageant of voluptuous wealth,' and ad | miringly continues: — ' For sheer weight j of, money represented in gold and precious stones it has probably neArer been equalled. I . . . There were many sets arranged for j the night's pleasure, but the most gor ? geous of them _,all was the Jewel Set, i arranged and led by The Lady- Mayoress : (Mrs. Allen Taylor). . Here is a' little j list .which shoWs the number, and de | nominations, and value'of the jewels worn I in this set by the ladies mentioned.' , In I this precious list tlie Lady Mayoress : is I represented as wearing fourteen brooches, I fif...

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

, ' SCRAPPED.' NOW doth the -hungry little moth pre pare with tooth !and claw To _rend _ apart tlie Speaker's wig once; gazed upon Avith awe. / We move! For ancient gauds and frills our rev'rence has. outgrown ^ v 'Mongst bashed jam-tins and brick-bats are the mildewed josses thrown, And as we look expectant round for other things to throw,- * The blessed mace of history /is on the list tO gO. .. . Now, too, ,the Book; the- Book we kissed, - and fondled to- our heart; What time .Policeman X yelled loud for Arder-r in -th' Car-rt!' With dark suspicions dourly viewed by '_./: Trickett, M.L.C. — . , . The -germs, it long has harbored 'gnash ? their teeth impotently — — And soon when having viewed the hide, or corpse, then nothing loath, ? _ - We'll ' fling before a cleaner Court our disinfected oath. Though Bumbledom should eye askance the old world' moves apace, And mummery and flummery is elbowed out of place. Though beauteous Jeames with the luscious calves may view with high disdai...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOLLOOMA SHIRE ELECTION LABOR CANDIDATE NOMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

W iOLLOOMA SHIRE ELECTION LABOR CANDIDATE NOMINATED. Mr. William Bell, hon. sec. of the Bunnan P.L.L., has been nominated by the branch for the seat rendered Aracant in the Woollooma Shire Council by, the resigna tion of one of the councillors for B Riding. The election takes place on September 2. The question of Labor being directly represented on shire and municipal coun cils is a most important one, and it be hoves all Laborites in the riding to Avorlc for the return of the Labor candidate. Mr. Bell's prospects of election aro. re garded as very bright. ' )

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

The W ©riser. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1910.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND TRADE UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

PEESSLANOTSADE UKiONS. Before concluding its sittings in Bris bane* the Queensland Trades Unions ConT gresst pased a ^notion recommending the abolition of ali^ priArate labor agencies, arid affirming trade unionists should seek employment through the agency of their secretary. A motion was carried ' That in the opinion of the Congress the hours of labor for AA'omen and. children em ployed in factories should not be more than 44 per week.' A motion Avas passed recommending sectional or cra.ft Unions .connected with an industry to form one Union coA'ering the whole industry, with the A'ieAV to bringing about a better com bination for defence purposes.

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

IF THEY DARED! || The Wade : 'Wood - W add ell com | l)i nation -would throttle Democracy i|if they dared. 0n this point - the. ?! evidence, is- clear and unanswerable.' | - ?, ? j ' The - Worker ' lias frequently 1 condemned in strongest terms 'the I Coercion Aet which has' -made I Wadeism synonymous with:/ tyranny I in New. South Wales. ' That Aet ' robbed some '--of the people of the I most 'sacred rights of citizenship/ ' But that is not enough for the Wade j Government. ?' If they dared they jsvould strip the citizens even of the f right to govern themselves. * * * The intention of the Government to clip the. wings, of the awakened i democracy of the State was* disclosed ! in the .last, hours of the session which ended on Friday last, Under .the specious title of a ?' Constitu tional Reform Referendum Bill ' the Ministry proposed to ask the people .to assent to a reconstruction of the : Legislative Council in such a way as to make that body tlie dominant factor in State politie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CO-OPERATION. AN APPEAL FOR THE LABOR DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

CO-OPERATION. AN APPEAL FOR THE LABOR DAILY. At the last meeting Of the N.S.W. Labor Council, on the motion of Mr. H. Caunter, a committee, was appointed to draw up, a report regarding the advisableness. . of starting co-operative businesses. ; In speaking to the motion, Mr. Thyer appealed for present efforts to be con centrated on the Labor Daily, aney ng.a endorsed co-operation for 10 years, but the moment they tried to put it into effect delegates refused to put their hands in their pockets. When they established tha Labor Daily it would be time to extend co-operation. ' I want to see Labor Papers Limited meet with success,' ho concluded. ?

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

LIBERAL . and LABOR. No. 1. — From a photograph of the Lady Mayoress's hands, showing the jewels she wore at the Fresh Air League Ball last week. The jewels were supplied by a city firm. No. 2. — From a photograph of Peter Bowling's legs, showing jewellery supplied by the Wade Government. (N.B. — We are : not accusing Peter of taking any part in the vulgar display of wealth at the Town Hall, he not being a member of the Fresh Air League. at present.)

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

1 MAINLY POLITICAL. ,The Senate sat till 6 a,m. on Friday last,; ; then adjourned; and resumed business at I jyo a.m. This sort of 'thing ~hev6r liap ; pgns to the Legislative Councils. ^ # ?' * ! :The Australian Government intends to ' arrange for old-age pensions to be paid in advance. Had some of the Fusion party been given their wish there would have i been no pensions at all. ' ^ 4k * The revelations made by Labor-member plain, in the Victorian Assembly, regard ing the sale of land to the Closer Settle ment Board, have. caused.' something like & flutter. One .thing seems perfectly clear jni connection with the Cohuna purchases 't-that one individual ..was able to get ahead of the Government every time, and then re-sell at a sharp profit. * * * The public of Melbourne have long clamored for penny sections over the Mel bourne tramway lines, -and the Parliament has authority to order them. Asked by Mr. Prendergast if h'e intended to move in the matter, Premier Murray repli...

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