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The Shipping Combine. HOW AUSTRALIA FARES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The Shipping Combine. HOW AUSTRALIA FARES. To the Editor. Sir, — The attempt of the shipping1 com J.ine of Great Britain to boycott the Com monwealth line of steamers calls for the eerious attention of the public. Of all the profiteering- that was done during: the war Vie barefaced robbery of the people by the shipping interests of Great Britain stands out by itself. To quote a few instances at the com mencement of the war: The freight in British ships was £3/12/6 in mail boats, and from 38/9 In others to 60/-; German bottoms charged from 35/- to 50/-; and the British shipowner was satisfied with a fair return on his capital. But with the German competition elimi nated this gave him a monopoly, and freights rose to £6/10^-, and in some in stances to £10 and £12, with the result that the first year of war shoved the shipping profits to be phenomenal. The White Star Co. showed a profit of £1,068,285, and after paying war tax and dividend of 65 per cent., carried huge sums to reserve. ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER PUBLIC LIBRARY OF N.S.W. Corner Bent and Macquarie streets. TRADE UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

[?] * PUBLIC LIBRARY OF N.S.W. Corner Bent and Macquarie streets/ ?^ - TRADE UNIONISM. ? Like all social movements, trade union ism has more often been the object of passionate defence or denunciation than of thoughtful inquiry. As it touches in timately the life and work of millions of families and closely affects the present fi&y- question of general after-war recon struction, the worker will feel the neces sity of becoming a student of Unionism In order to justify his own defence of the movement, to understand its full nature, the causes which have shaped it and which are still constantly changing it, and to define its meaning for the com munity of which it is a part. A mass of literature on the subject is included in the Public Library collection, a few of which are described below. WEBB, S., 'AND WEBB, B., 'HISTORY OF TRADE UNIONISM.' This work and the same authors' other great work, 'INDUSTRIAL DEMOC ?'?RACt:,' have come to be regarded as standards not only upon trade ...

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

SUBSCRIPTION FORM 6 Months . . .3/6 The Labor J*fiW8- 3 Months . v - 2/- ? Macdonell House, .. post Free to any Part Pitt-street, Sydney. of Australia. , Please forward 'The Labor News' for. ? ^ ? months to Name ,...± ? ^ ? Address ? _.. ? ? ; for which I enclose ? _._ ? ? ... ? ' ? ? ? Subscriber's Name ? v. ? _..% ? ; Address ? ; ? 8£%ffis MR. ©\ MRS, FIENBERG are prepared to give Highest Prices for Left-Off Clothing, Old Gold and Silver. Rugs, Artificial Teeth, Bed. and Table Linen, Boxes, Portmanteaux, Household Furniture, Platedware, Naval and Military Uniforms, Saddles and Harness, Boots, Firearms, etc., etc. BUSINESS STRICTLY PRIVATE. Letters and Telephone -Messages promptly attended to-. ? Distance no object. ? ? ? SSdress; 1&9* BATHURST STREET :-;;

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT TROTTING AT EPPING TO-DAY. ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

?— — ?»gMejg— ttt— ~ — *''' * ^™ ^ *— i— *— ~~*-^~— '^ i— — ~ ~ ~~~— — *—— — i TROTTING 1 AT EPPING | TO-DAY; J ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. SELECTIONS. Rosehill. Maiden Handicap/ Mucilage. ? , ? ?? 1 Football ? -...,......»: 2 Master Avington ,....,.....*-.- 3 Auburn Stakes. Amberdown ................. 1 Volpi ? *.??%-..? 2 . Some Boy ? ........ 3 Maiden Nursery. First Division. ?:? Richmond Main ? .-. .??.-. .-. 1 PoilU ? -;.... 2 Donafia ........... ? »..je 3 Second Division. Raj ? ».vft.v 1 Bigaroon ........... ......-..:?..«- 2 Some Song ? ►..: 3 Rosehill Handicap. Kennaquhalr „ ? .*-.-:« 1 Greg ? ►* 2 Amazonia ? .-...?« 3 Trial Stakes. Ben Maroon ? ^ 1 Youendah ? ?.....--..?....--: 2 Golden Bronze ? ..«.« 3 Rydalmere Mile. Auberic ? ..-....- 1 ' Pamphlet -.........-...-...?..- 2 Quaestor » . . . ??,:. .,:.-. ..-.. ? . « v. 3

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

ROSEHILL ACCEPTANCES. The following are the acceptances for all Rosehill events:—* : MAIDEN HANDICAP. J; One mile. Bt. lb. fit lb. Football -.V,-.* 8 10 Black Mimer . 7 8 Native Belle -w - 8 7 Registration ?„? 7 8 Lord Disgrace 8 2 High School ** 7 «7 Pat's Choice « 8 2 Don Antonio.* .7 6 Leicester »«.*?. 8 ft Affluence ?*«►.? 7 5 Master Aving- Garvanie %»?:» 7 3 ton -mxmx 7 10 Twist v,« «« 7 0 Rochefort mm 2 10 Prudent K'g-lit 6 12 AUBURN STAKES. Six furlongs. Bursar »*.*«»« 9 7 Cerise Colors . 7 10 Dame Aero %*, 9 0 Promised Land 7 10 Brlsela mm,*-. 9 0 Franco mmix 7 3 Rualma w«« 8 12 NautcU Girl -* 7 1 Coolstone f«w 8 12 Hem ,mm:mw 7 1 Some Boy.,,« 8 12 Bambina »,-* 7. 0 Atnberdown k. 8 11 Daddy Chrlst ? Baltic Sea ?«» 8 10 mas ....... C 13 '. Palm Leaf ... 8 8 Wollara Maid. 6 12 : Princess Lucy. 8 5 Pripet ~,.-~~. 6 9 h. Speedfast .,.-8 3 Riz Biscuit M. 6 7 Auberic »..-..-.. 8 1 Langueo »,»»? U ? MAIDEN NURSERY HANDICAP. ?? Four and three-quarter furlongs. ; First Division. Poil...

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

Correspondence. A SCURVY TRICK. i To the Editor, 'Labor News.' ? ^Jr,— About the meanest act in indus trial tyranny occurred to-day, which is the waterside. workers' picnic day, and ranks in the award with Christmas Day and Good FridayTi.e., 5/- an hour. Therefore, there is no work going-, but the shipping jackals have decreed that men must at tend all 'pick-ups' as usual, when they may or'may not 'pick-up' for to-morrow. ? Should any man jiot be there to answer his number (not name) he will be dis qualified for 24 hours, and then will be put - at the bottom of the list, which means ? he may not get a job for days. Conee I quently, they are dragging three or four hundred men to Vinegar-lane all day just to show their cowardly spleen to the old Waterside Workers' Federation. f EX- SOLDIER AND UNIONIST. [ 2G/.;/'l!.'.

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

THE OUTLAW. DEATH TO THE OUTLAW. The Outlaw Sign ! Our ancestors had a short way with dangerous people, they pro claimed them ' outlaw ' under the sign of The Wolfs Head, to indicate that anyone who killed them served the public safety. The Outlaw of to-day is the Bacillus or Disease Germ, the unseen foe of Health, but we deal with him the same way and all join in ' Killing the Killer,' that is to s»y, we kill infection by destroying the germ which carries it. This is done by employing a Disinfectant, which will come into service in all household cleaning and which has been so tested by use that its reliability is proved. By Using Lifebuoy Soap as Household Disinfectant, we protect our selves against the outlaw Disease Germ, because Lifebuoy Soap has for years past been the stand-by of home and hospital, and proved by exhaustive test to be A Reliable Disinfectant absolutely equal to its task. Particularly so because it answers so many household purposes, both as a Soap and Disinfect...

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

[?] BEBBEBIHBHE9Hil^BBBIiBiSBBBBBBBBBHHiHHHIiBBlSCEH5BBHHBB^ *.. (COPYRIGHT.) | THE MYSTERY MESSAGE OET THIS I TALK IT SINP IT ? DREAM IT J I ? 1 1 SUN-RAYSED FRUITS ARE VERY SWEET | YOU MUST BUY AND COUNT AND EAT [ THEN YOUR ORDER YOU REPEAT J EVERY FOUR POUNDS IaCH ONE BUYS 4 (IF CO~ RRECTLY THEY SURMISE) 1 WILL SE CURE AT BIG CASH PRIZE j £2500 in CASH ? CASH ? CASH £2500. J| FIRST PRIZE: £1000 CASH. 2nd PRIZE: £250. 3rd PRIZE: £100. 4th PRIZE: £50. 1600 OTHER CASH PRIZES OF £1 AND 10/-. Equal opportunities for EVERY Man, Woman, and Child Jj who can COUNT. See 'THE BIG STUNT' Page— S. C. J. DeGARIS, DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY, A.D.F.A., Mildura, Vic. ' GET THE HaBIT-'SUN*RHYSED' ^j

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

the Standard Oil Church. 19 The study of the working out of this' -«? iron law of economic determinism is a^'U fascinating one to all -sociologists. /Ohe'^^H of the very latest visible phenomena t/'WOA connection with that law is manif«tr^3^f||J| day in the form of a deputation, from: the fljM Protestant Episcopal Church of America US to the Vatican Council a% Rome. The ob- isil ject of that deputation is to form an ec-.'^ajj c'.esiastical trust, or combine, embracing all^'fl the official sects of Christendom. Whettoer^fl the very shrewd and far-seeing members V~gm of the Vatican Council wiJL/fall in wtth£ ;il this truly American big' business pro-.vjfl position is at present an ojjen^question, ? JM but there are enormous posfeibilftlfra'^ini^iSB ?'; '-I If official Christendom were reorganised HSm en Standard Oil lines so as to cut out the ;fi clement of competition, the financial sav- Lisa ing would- be enormous. The present dl- ]?§» vision of the world's ecclesiastical forces ;:'...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russians in Australia. Russian Association, Brisbane, March 20, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

MM ? Russians in Australia. Russian Association, Brisbane, March 20, 1919. P. C. Evans, Esq., Secretary, New South Wales Branch, Australian Labor Party. Sir, — On behalf of my Association, I wish to express pleasure at the interest dis played by you and the Labor Party in Comrade Simonoff, the Consul -General of tne Bolshevik Government, and desire to know if you could help us further. In the Commonwealth there are several hundreds — the number may be over a thousand — Russians who are desirous of returning to Russia. They are precluded from doing so, of course, by the opposition of the Go vernment now in power in the Federal Parliament. Could you communicate to Mr. Frank Tudor and ask him to send a cable to the Leader of the' Labor Party in the House of Commons for the Russian Association of Brisbane, placing the facts before the House of Commons and the Im perial authorities, so that the Russians resident in Australia might get permission' to leave Australia for Russia? If you cou...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Press-Invented Atrocities. The following cable message appeared in the daily papers on Monday, March 17:— IN GERMANY. ATROCITY STORIES. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

Press-Invented Atrocities. The following cable message appeared in the daily papers on Monday, March 17: — IN GERMANY. ATROCITY STORIES. LONDON, March 15. The 'Daily Telegraph's' Rotter dam correspondent says the dis covery that the Berlin Military Press ?Bureau fabricated many stories of - Spartacist atrocities has intensified public resentment at the horrors perpetrated by Government troops in wiping out many innocent with the guilty. This admission of the false news dis seminated by the German Government of atrocities alleged to have been committed by the Spartacusians (the Revolutionary Socialist Party), as an excuse for the hor rible cruelties committed in order to sup press the revolution, should open the eyes of Australian newspaper readers. These foul and lying statements have been issued to bolster up a capitalistic, middle class Government (professing to be Re publican) in order to aid the destruction of the -real democratic Socialist Republic, which is the ideal of the Re...

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

AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PUBLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE. 'Origin and Growth of the Australian Labor Party.' Price 6d., post free. 'Official History of the Reconstruction oi the A.L.P., 1916.' Price 6d., post free. Annual Report, containing Effect of the Second Conscription Fight, 1917. Price 6d., post free. 'Australia's Share in the War and Who is Paying for It.' Price 3d., post free. Interstate Conference Report (W.A.), 1918. Price 6d., post free. With elections approaching every Laborite should have and read the above. There are only a few copies on hand. One day they will be very valuable, and in all probability be worth a lot of money. P. C. EVANS, General Secretary. Macdonell House, * 351 Pitt St., Sydney. THE COMMONWEALTH HOTEL GEORGE AND PARK STREETS WHERE EVERYTHING IS OF THE BEST. J. BARRETT. Proprietor. LOWE'S SELL IT FOR LESS

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

The Motor Hog Again. At the last meeting of the Paddington A.L.P. the following resolution was car ried: 'That this League deplores the fact that a large number of deaths have been brought about through motor car acci dents, and requests the Government to see that the speed regulations are rigorously enforced.' — R. Stapleton, Secretary.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The A.L.P. and Its Critics. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The A.L.P. and Its Critics. The following is a copy of a letter sent to the Monaro 'Mercury' in reply to a hostile criticism of the A.L.P. Annual Report: — 'Dear Sir, — Under the heading of 'Brother Bolshevik's Restricted Franchise,' in your issue of the 17th instant, you have criticised at some length the explana tions which were published in the 'Daily Telegraph.' In answer to that paper's criti cism of the Annual Report, dealing with the revolution in Russia, permit me to re ply that: 'In answer to its critics, and for the information of those who 'sit in darkness,' let me say that the Australian Labor Party STANDS FOR REFORM BY CON STITUTIONAL PROCEDURE. IT HAS ALWAYS STOOD SO, AND SO STILL STANDS. 'Was ever greater demonstration given to a people than that of the '17 strike? Proved beyond all shadow of possible re futation the origin of this strike had noth ing to do with the Labor Party, either political or industrial. 'Where was any display of want of self-control in the grea...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Peace Conference. WHICH NEVER MET. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The Peace Conference. WHICH NEVER MET. There is an alleged Peace Conference ^ ? sitting in Paris', the delegates consisting: Wt -W°^tJ£- of those who helped to make the Great War, which appears to be their chief . qualification for constructing an enduring peace. President Wilson seems to be the only enlightened idealist present there, ?who is both able to expound just principles . and to fight for their adoption. Even this great man does not seem to have demanded all that he might have asked in fairness to the principles he ad ^ vocates, and to the world in general. Of course he is n»ore or less handicapped by the narrower aims and more greedy de mands of his fellow delegates, and doubt less the plutocratic forces of his own country possess some power over the actions of President Wilson. Making all allowances for these influ ences it is undeniable that Wilson is in comparably the biggest figure at the Con ^ference, and the l)igge:si man on the Allies ^^.'io, produced by the War. H...

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

A Secret Organisation. _3ft . . - ' ' -%. *The Sunday 'Sun' of the 23rd instant I; attempted to make a sensational scoop by jf 'imbllshing portions of a circular disclos '^ing1 the . existence of an alleged revolu-'' - fetionary organisation. 'The Labor News' '.- has also received, by nost. a copy of the }. circular. On comparing it with the .Sun - ♦ - day 'Sun' production it is at once evident that the 'Sun,' with the customary dis honesty of the daily sup-press, has ??; omitted some essential portions of the m manifesto or circular. 'The Labor News,' ^^ therefore, reproduces the document ver ? ; batim, as under: — ORGANISE! WATCH! PREPARE! ?:- Fellow Workers, — For a long time sincere believers in the emancipation of the -working class by the - nocial revolution have been convinced that 4 ?;? existing organisations are doing little 'or nothing to bring that goal any nearer. This is not for lack of courage, sincerity cr intelligence. We know that many pos sess all these qualities, ...

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

? - ill (COPYRIGHT.) . \H THE BIG STUNT I /f \ - -..,-... ?',??.??;!;.'??:?,.. . . -. 'F^N ^ f/l ) '???W\\N'-. *?'-''?'?'' '?'? ?'?'???''''?tf ??' /???//// / /'/??'/y'-y'\ \S\ I RAYSED' ^^^^^^^ RAYSED' PO CAA fA^H 5unray5ed-#v-^ oa caa TA^U Concentrated ?iSvM-liGHT | . ~V Raisins raised sy ths J^ Vq^Rays of the Southern Sun.^q/ A.D.F.A. (Australian Dried Fruijs Association). NO CATCH ? C2.5OQ IN CASH PRIZES I To firmly establish the Dried Fruits Industry, on which Repatriation under irrigation so greatly depends, ihus opening up a Big Opportunity'for placing Returned Soldiers on Fruit-growing Lands in a congenial 'outdoor* occupation under conditions of prosperity. To get 'SUN-RAYSED' Fruits into every Australian Home— FIRST — You Buy — Then You Count — Then You Enter — Then you Eat. Then (if you care to) You Buy More! You Count Once More! You Send a Second Entry! Then you get the 'SUN-RAYSED' habit — and Buy — and Count — . and Enter — and Eat — as often as you like: With the oppor...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Imprisonment of Simonoff. AN INTERNATIONAL OUTRAGE. AUSTRALIA DISGRACED. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The Imprisonment of Simonoff. _______ ?' ?-- ' AN INTERNATIONAL OUTRAGE. AUSTRALIA DISGRACED. At the District Court, Sydney, on Mon day, last, the 24th inst; ijudge Backhouse dismissed the appeal of Peter Simonoff, Kussian Consul-General for Australia, against the fines inflicted upon him in the Magistrate's Court some time back.. Several statements of what has since transpired have appeared from time to time in the 'Labor News,' whose readers are' therefore iiot ignorant of the main facts of the case. If may be added that no crime in the ordinary sense of , the term is charged against Simonoff, but that he is being grossly and persistently persecuted by a corrupt and tyrannical Government at all times aided by a class-biased judiciary, only too ready to do the work of those who have the power to grant favors in return. It is necessary to again state that Simonoff violated no law passed by the Parliamentary representatives of the people. A special regulation was passed under the inf...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The A.L.P. and the O.B.U. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

The A.L.P. and the O.B.U. The storm in the teacup over the One Big Union is in danger of being taken seriously by the public. The silly and v.'.i inglorious utterances of Mr. Garden, if he is correctly reported, will be cal culated to turn all probable sympathisers into opponents, and the sooner the advo cates of the One Big Union realise this the better. Mr. Storey has considered it necessary, as the authorised mouthpiece of the State and Federal Parliamentary Parties, to repudiate Mr. Garden and all his works. But it must not be forgotten that whiie Mr. Storey speaks with tSie authority claimed, the Australian Labor Party's Con ference is at all times the high court of the Movement, and it is there, and there alone, that the policy of the Movement is shaped. What the public should endeavor to see through the smoke and dust of this tiny political earthquake is that from all parts of the controlling cen tres of the world is coming news of mer gings and proposed mergings, with the ca...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Studies in Natural History. FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

Studies In Natural History. FLIES. The fly species consists Of many varie ties, and each variety has many individuals beside their relations. The common house fly is,- I believe, called in Latin 'Musca Domestica,' or something- like that, but in the Australian language he has several shorter, if not sweeter, names. The house fly lives prin cipally on sugar, jam, milk, and bald heads. The fly is a born acrobat, and can be in several places at once. For a rest he generally stands upside down on the ceil ing, studying the scenery on the table. At limes, when in a reflective mood, he stands on his head while combing his hair and brushing the dust off his wings. Sometimes, when crossed in love, a pair 'of young flies will commit a double suicide in a cup of hot tea, while lonely bachelor flies occasionally meet a lingering death by getting bogged in the butter. The meal times are never silent or dull when the fly season^ is in full swing. In cheap boarding-houses they generally have gauz...

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