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How to Stop the Next War. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 29 March 1919

How to Stop the Next War. Exactly the same forces which produced the great war which is now drawing to a close will infallibly, if present economic conditions persist, produce another great war of a still more terrible character. These forces can be seen in operation even now. Naval rivalry between British and German imperialists has_ ceased, and the trade war which caused that rivalry has, for the time being:, also ceased. But a new nayaL standard has been set up by comparing the relative numbers of English and American battleships, and a new struggle* Tdr' commercial supremacy haa Already, commenced .between - British Imperialists and' American plutocrats. This, new rivalry .is -follow-in g onoxacUy the same old lines which produced all past wars. ? We must stop the next war! But how? In the past absolutely sincere, but mis guided, pacifists have preached morality to diplomats, and ethics to clerical share holders in international armament cor porations. This policy of 'casting pe...

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

^ ? » FOOLING THE WORKER. The farmer vote of the Commonwealth^-^ has always been considered as conserva tive— -and indeed has been such. It Of^ifn^ ? offsets the radical vote of the cities. Poll-^ ticians play the city worker against ti|e f country worker by telling the city worker *► J that the farmer is making it all a.ni«o'^;j out into the country and play the country. Jj worker against the city worker by tellliig*j the farmer that the ctiy worker is making J it all. The wall of prejudice belfre|n Q these two elements shobld be fertftgn ^J down and the vote of the worker ^N^jjb^J^I farm pooled' with the vote of thi jEtf*«T ^Jf in the Jfactpry.— Et - . , / /iM

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

The Condensed Milk Combine? ? - .^1 Everyone knows, that Trusts and Cofftft; \ bines exist, but only a limited number \\a.\f&L: any idea of the extent to which these Bol^ta iiheviks of Commerce permeate ; everjj|jMK branch.^of. trade and industry. Likewi»|j||p! everyone knows::that prices grow higher^- 1= and higher, but they don't kridw'^\vhy, and^Si are duped and doped by the Tory pres$^aH to attribute high prices to high wages. - -..^AjH The following facts which are well &u-'vjf|9 thenticated show how the profiteers use.j.'QjKH their power of combination to freeze outi^gS the small exporters, and then boost up'^JaB priceSi ' ? ? ? ^^IB Owing to Australia being in'1' such a, :v3|l| favorable position in milk supplies during \i£%k the war, it was possible for the exporting '~^jm houses to come out on the open market: in /|h Sydney and buy; f.-om the warehouses^^H condensed itnilk at 32/6 per case, which was^|||fl the price fixed by the Prices Commission. tH|JH And ...

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

*?2p* ? ? ? ? ? ? v An Apron of Fig Leaves. Tiittie Miss Eve, aged eight, lias made ; herself an apron of fig-leaves. True, she has her .own dress under it^ and the leaves ar© not those of the fig tree that ?grew in Kd-?n, Iwt the hiSi smooth yellow .^ones tliat fall from the Moreton Bay Variety in the Domain. Golden in the suttshizic-. tin- splendid Ifirtle flashes as s.he moves with a slow, childish, rhythmic motion, her anns held up and lier bead bent to look at her own finery. Very fine iiul^ed the dress is while it lasts— none of .the shops in Pitt-street could produce richer materials. ^.x-Belilnd the Domain, Woolloomooloo sweats and swelters in its crowded houses and narrow lanes, but the children come out into their playground under the big trees, fresh of face and sturdy of form. The landlord, who pent their fathers and mothers there and made them count their change with such nicety of consideration for the day's bread a:id butter, has little enough cumrnl over the children...

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

™ ? — — ; ? -, ? ^m ? -... .... THE UNWELCOME VISITOR. President Wilson has arrived in Paris on his return from America. — News item. — :'Queensland Worker,' A TIT- BIT. 'Two hundred and twenty of them! All Germans!' said a white-faced lieutenant. 'We stood them up, and made them pass before the machine guns. They fell like dominoes, two by two. Did you hear them howling?' — 'Sydney Sun,' featuring the slaughter of Spartacian prisoners. — 'Sydney Worker.' UPSET! — 'Sydney Worker.' THE TRUE VICTORS. — 'Nebelspalter,' Zurich. THE SUPER-DIPLOMAT. — 'Dallas News.' THE NEW OLIVER TWIST. THE TOILER: 'Come on now, I must have my full ration.' THE CAPITALIST: 'Let me see— is that an ultimatum, or a threat, or a demand? Anyhow, can't we compro mise a bit?' THE TOILER: 'Compromise be damned! You've robbed me long enough. I want my full ration, and I mean to have it.' — :'Queensland Worker.'

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

|i^ , I NOTES AND NOTIONS. §*- '.; '.;_, A great race is promised in the weight ji; y^orrafe RawBon Stakes, one mile and a ^^^io|g, to be run at itoehiU to-day. All ^^|Selfest horses in ^he State ax» engaged ||^nd : Ihe- result will settle many argu f,|:.-:inentl' as to the: respective merits of f^:aever*I well-dlscuBsed welght-for-age |j. candftates. In this race last year. West W'ix-art^9.2, ridden oy W..H. McLachian, de ;''i:feaie|l Rebvs, 8J0 (A. Wood), by: a head, ^liSgteUp Bedfern, '.9.2. (M. Connell), was a ;^ lengql and aJialf away third. There were ^?v-^eyeii-starters, the other four being Chan sJ'il^iOTlfi'lU (P. Brown), ; Wolarol (h.- A. WaiUmr), Thana (A. Davis), and Flam bard, 7.18 XK. Bracken). Rebus was favor ^— tta^J^to ifVhiie S3 to, 1 was obtainable .Haboiilt the winner, Westcourt |g&. 'Sf^Bter, '? who was troubled with a 7 '^|&9|to#B *§g»» Ate win at Warwick ? ,;^F^^w«^aa|f--»*^dft»rW»*J time after that run, appears to be all right again. . I Both ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

BOXING. Mr^ack Munro is again forced to close the Stadium as a result of the influenza restrictions. This is very bad tuck for the management, who have had only a very short run for the money and energy expended in bringing the game back to all its old-time popularity. To-night's at traction (Green and Mendies) would have been Quite a star affair, and, in having to postpone it, the Stadium has lost— for the time beine. at any rate— a 'house' that would have closely rivalled the splen did turn-up for the Darcy-Thompson fight a fortnight ago. ♦ * ♦ Jimmy Wilde, the British flyweight box ing champion, defeated Joe Lynch, of America, on Monday night on points, after a stubborn contest at the National Sport ing Club. The- Prince of Wales and Prince Albert were among the onlookers. Wilde won the purse of £2000 by a. nar row margin. He displayed dazzling form in the open fighting in the. early rounds. The American avoided punishment tyr clever ducking. Lynch's weight told after the tenth r...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

RACING RESTRICTIONS. The restrictions upon racing submitted by the Medical Consultative Committee having been adopted by the Government, to-day's meeting at Rosehill is likely to1 Jbe the last around Sydney for some time.. The A.J.C. meeting at Randwick is only a little over a fortnight off, but there now seems but little hope of the big carnival wentuatiag «t Easter unless the influenza,, epidemic shows considerable abatement in the near future. ? - ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DONCASTER AND CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

THE O0NCA8TER AND CUP. In view of the possibility of the post ponement of the Easter racing carnival, . betting on the Doncaeter and Cup is prac tically paralysed. Nominally, Publican is still a short-priced favorite for the Don caster; he 1b at about halt double figures. At about twice his price Baltic Sea, Wed ding ©ay, and Quaestor are next on the same mark. Lucknow follows, with _, Pamphlet and Some Boy close up, the lastnamed having slightly lengthened. For the Cup, Xennaquhalr is still first choice, but has receded in the market consequent on liis failure last Saturday. The nest in- favor are Nightwatch and Snub, while West Molong is now in better % demand than Greg. Others mentioned for the Cup are Finmark, Arch. Marella, ./?':: Poitrel, Booster, and The Fortune Hunter,

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

i- i^ Nt« jZs *t&\ wk j£^u --'-. ^S^m %* : fc*''?!1 ^^fl '''i asf- ' ' ????? ' ? '- ? ; ' ~' ;. f/ % ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. SELECTIONS. Rosehill. The Hurdle Race* Coominya ? 1 Zadolph ? .- ? 2 Goonangledene ? / 3 The Railway Handicap. Amberdown ? 1 Volpi ? ~_.... 2 Princess Lucy ? 3 The Rawson Stakes. Rebus ? - 1 Wolarot ? 2 Finmark ? 3 The Juvenile Stakes. First Division. Bigaroon ? 1 Fenella ? 2 Poilu ...^ ? .*.. 3' Second Division. Shapely ? -.? 1 Richmond Main ? ......* 2 Posadoon ? ...v*.,M. 3 The Club Handicap. West Molong ? . . 1 Greg ? 2 Some Boy ? 3 The Granville Stakes. Princess Clara ? 1 Native Belle ? 2 Lady Charis ? 3 The Parramatta Mile. Glittering Gold ? 1 Amcudiis ? .... 2 Seiandra ? - 3

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

ROSEBERY. There will be a meeting at Rosebery this afternoon. The following should run well in their respective racea:— r Flying Handicap. _ First Division. Cool Breeze or Distour. ., Second Division. Cuke Moorefield or Captain Albert, Fourteen-One Handicap. Overlee or Lady Mercer. Encourage Stakes. First Division. Australian Boy or Aialune. Second Division. Duchess Lucretia or Whyarikl, Fourteen Hands Handicap. My Dove or Cherry Graft. Rosebery Handicap. Agathon or Sir Frit. FourUen-Two Handicap. Molly Medwin or Why Why.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deportations. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

Deportations. c ; Jj The Jingo crowd, whose dupes haVKJ3| been allegedly fighting for 'freedom and|i§ democracy,'1 now show. their love for frees||3 dom by demanding -he deportation of M|^ those who differ from them pollticaliy|||| They have only to brand anyone as *'IlolSg| shevik' to secure their exile from tlij^sj country. Well, alright! ? '- ^^W This. is a game which two sides' caa'|||| play at, and it won't be the poor, siUyfil dupes whom WE will deport, but the tralif torous instigators of these troubles. -?^ Of course, these Huns in their bUndncs|l imagine that by deporting . those ? they! term 'ringleaders' there will -be nobdjtojj left in Australia but their own copper!.! bottomed, true-blue brand of 'loyaii£|j|i (their pet name for scabs and ,serv^|j smoodgers). In this they, are woeft|||8 mistaken, for every working-class 1 *ba||||l pion exiled from our shores will crea^e|||| thousand more to deal with tliese buddlj^^ Kaisers, -and send them ovcrscas'-lnf^S^S near future....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What is the Matter with Socialism in our Time? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

What is the Matter with Socialism in our Time? (By OLD DIGGER.) Sir, — We hear a great deal of criticism cf Socialism and Russian Communism, known through our press as 'Bolshevism,' on the grounds that it would confiscate the homes of those hard-working citizens Who have invested their life-savings in building up this provision for their old age when they can no longer earn their livelihood. This is the most frequent form which' saving takes on the part of those thrifty sind energetic workers and middle-class people to whom the payment of rent to a landlord is a perpetual nightmare. There are thousands, who attempt to provide themselves with a home in this way who after years of struggle , fail to succeed, through sickness, accident or loss of employment. To lose the result of years of patient effort, when too old and wearied to make ^ a fresh start, is more than a disappointment — it is a tragedy which only those who. have experienced tt can realise in all Its bitterness, . There a...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. GLADESVILLE BRANCH, A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

^ Brf^rf ^a^B M HMB««AHHMHV*i^H|lilrlwMawSMwH^3 GLAOESVILLE. BRANCH, A-L.l^jJB ' The' Gladesville Branch, A.L.P., *§j|gl| very large meeting carried the follo\^ns|| motton:-* '=.??-.-. -,-: . -v .'; %_,. . ?-. '4||| 'That this Branch protests ?a^ftnsttt'h^B by court-martial of returned soifliers.f-i^S ? - ' .' ' -A. IRVING, S«reta'rV.'3g§ wvit.- \ . . ?'?i?m DARLING HARBOR ELECTORAL J|| , ?? ' COUNCIL. ' '? ..'331 At the annual meeting or the DarllngS^ Harbor Electoral Council, held on .W£d||J nesday, March 25. the following were elisc' -::|| tefl *s officers tor 1919 : -^-President, -W^m Holds worth; Secretary -Treasurer, Gavin|g Sutherland; Vice-Presidents, T. O'BrienJl G. Payne; Delegates to A.L.P. Conference,^ Gavin Sutherland and Nurse FfanclB; al-3 ternate, W. Holdsworth and Mrs. Suther^jJI land. . . i - - :yM The following resolution, moved by delerj|| gates from .Pynnont Branch, was carriedjp as an instruction to the delegates from\S| Darling Harbor to the forthcoming A.L.P....

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Soldiers Restrain Themselves." AUTHORITIES TAKE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

'Soldiers Restrain Themselves.' AUTHORITIES TAKE ACTION. Brisbane, Thursday. — Acting under the instructions of the Returned Sol diors and Sailors' Imiierial League, soldiers desisted yesterday from asso ciating themselves in any way with further demonstrations against Rus sians and other Bolsheviks. — Sydney 'Daily Telegraph' (28/3/19). Tho 'Telegraph' evidently thinks that it was quite a kind and grucious act of the soldiers to 'restrain themselves' from destroying the lives and property of those they disagree with politically. No doubt if' they had decided to fill themselves with beer and indulge in un restrained violence at the instigation of some of their Tory officers and with the secret connivance of many more, , the 'Telegraph' would have blamed them in one paragraph and found excuses for them in a dozen. It is about time that the pub lic learned lo read between the lines of these Tory sheets, and tear the masks of pretended democracy from the faces of their leader-writers. ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tasmanian Pars. A BILLY DEFENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

^'''y^jtss^^'^^'':^'''^ {By H C.| '''?*'*? A BILLY DEFENDER. '.... .'. Labor renegadoa, whether industrial or' political, sooner or later find theniselves ! sloshing around among the pots and pans and dirty back yards of their bosses, vali antly doing the smelly work, which no body else can be got to do for l^ve or money. Apropos, Senator -Earle, of Tas mania, maunders through a couple' of col umns of Hobart 'Mercury' tn defence of Billy Hughes, and emits large denuncia tory moans anent the 'cowardly vilifica tion' of the absent patriot who is striving so nobly at the Peace Conference to main tain a Hunlees Pacific and a White Aus tralia. Senator Earle regards tHe recent Billy 'testimonial' sent to Britain by Australian Labor authorities as the work of the same double-dyed villains. who, 'se- cretly controlled by outside forces,' broke up the Labor Party. Of course he ex plains that these double-dyed villains must not be confused with Billy Pied-Piper or bis followers. It would be a...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 5 April 1919

ON WAR. . A GREAT WAR IS A GREAT DE FEAT. IT MEANS RUIN to the VICTOR as well as to the LOSER. * * * 'There never was a good war, nor a # # # We have long since passed the simple stage of living beyond our means; we are now engaged in living beyond the means of generations to. come. ~ * .# # Were it not for war and war prepara tions, the other expenses of Government would have been everywhere met without permanent indebtedness. # * * What will be the end, no orie can say. There is a steady growth of 'unrest' among the taxpayers of the world. There would be still more violent 'unrest' could posterity be heard from. x ? # * WARS DO NOT ARISE from the AL LEGED 'CAUSES' of war.' The 'CAUSES' assigned are MERE PRE TEXTS after war has been determined on.' ?- -'?'??' * ? .' ? , It is 'criminal that we should expend vast, sume on warships and armaments on the advice of interested parties alone, for we have abundant evidence that there exists in the world to-day no lobby more powerful than t...

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