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PERTH TRAMWAY TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

PERTH TRAMWAY TROUBLE. No settlement has yet been agreed to by the Perth Tramway Company and the men, who have now been out for some considerable time. The company made an attempt to run cars with the aid of the indoor officials, and even the manager (Mr. Somerset) took a hand. Plain clothes constables were carried on each car, and the Government further assisted the company by detailing mounted and 'foot police to act in' the company's in terests. The troopers charged the crowds of onlookers, even rushing their horses on to the footpath.- Free labor was re sorted to by the' company, ' and a climax came when the police arrested three of the Union men, and charged them with disorderly conduct, and' four more of ficials for '.doing something in the na ture of a . strike.' . A number o'i Labor members called at the Premier's office, to protest against the highhanded conduct of the police, but they were refused an interview. The contributions received, ex ceed the amount lost in wages b...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT FLEMINGTON. Blairgour on the Improve—Nigel Wins the Steeplechase—Bobby Returns to Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

AT FLEMINGTON. K Blairgour on the . Improve. — Nigel Wins || the Steeplechase* — Bobby Returns to || Form. I The August meeting of the V.R.C. was j-brought off at Fleming-ton last Saturday - in anything but favorable weather, though the attendance was very good. .Some, int eresting racing was put through. i For the August Hurdle Race, two miles, ^ Honeymoon was a hot favorite with F. H Burn up, but he ran- very moderately, and 'Field Trial, a 10 to 1 chance, unex pectedly won n-om Kings Hansom ana fNorthport. King's Ransom ran very un fkinrlly in the early, part, otherwise he r.miffht have won easily. The winner was ridden by tho New Zealander, Hv Cairns. A big field started for the! Ladies' ??^Bracelet Handicap, seven furl.origs, and Bobby opened favorite, going out', at 5 . to ' 2. Salvia: was 5 to 1, and ;aiiythi'ng' else; 10 to 1. R. Lewis was on. Bobby, 'whovgpt; to the front early and led by lengths all. ??.the. way, winning from Salvia and Cap .tain White. Bobby is engaged in...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY SUPERANNUATION IN N.S.W. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL'S UNJUST AMENDMENT. Civil Service Fund Contributors Cut Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

RAILWAY SUPERANNUATION SN N.S.W. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL'S UNJUST AMENDMENT. Civil Service Fund Contributors Cut Out. The Railway Service Superannuation Bill, as finally passed into law, is in one respect essentially a different measure from the Wade Government's original proposal. Winning the assent of the Opposition to all its main principles, the bill provided at first for the extension of its benefits to every member of the rail way and tramway services. From every man's yearly salary 1% per cent, was to be deducted, and on retiring- he was to have a pension in proportion to his aver age annual income during: his whole period of- service. The only exceptions to this rule were to be men who had been dismissed for serious misconduct or who retired before completing the mini mum period of service. Several members of the Opposition stood out strongly, on reasonable grounds, for a provision which would return to even these such sums as they had contributed, but their voices were not stro...

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

COMING EVENTS,. . | 'up till 5 p.m. to-day (Thursday) enT f tries will to received for the meeting' p -which takes place at Kensington on Wed nesday, August 31. . - ' if Victoria Park Racing Club ?will hold a | meeting on Saturday, September 3. Bn tries close at ' p.m. on Monday, August ; 29. The principatl event is the Zetland Steeplechase, of 200 sovs., .two miles.

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

A RELIABLE , J^\ BAKING POWDER. W I If -you've not yet tried I L/esklic-'a Baking Powder. | do so now. Depend upon it, your cook- 1 ing will Improve, for there's no Baking 1 Powder in the land so Strong and I Pure as ' LESLIE'S.' g

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THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") TIPS FOR MOOREFIELD. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

THB TURF.; ? ? ♦ — : — - ' (BY 1' THE PUNTER.'X ? TIPS FOR MOOREFIELB. Hurdlo. Race. ? Yellow Aster or' Ennismar. Flying Handicap. ; Malster Maid. ............... .» 1 ; poi. Dance ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? z Classic ? ? 3 St. George Plate. (Special Weights.) Lager ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Curry '. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Irishman ... iT-.r-:-. 3 Kogarah _Stakes. Valmia ? ? ? 1 . yoldon. v ? 2 Charmeuse ? ? ? ? 3 Moorefield Handicap. ,;J Flaxen ? ? ??'. . ..... I.' Diabolo ? ? ? 2 Plunder ? ? 3 Kurnell Handicap. Malster Maid ? ? 1 '- j : H.C ? '....... ... ? ??*?- ..... 2 ? :? Blue Hook .*?????' 3

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

Ilfoti should forward yotar application at once to the BROKERS or Bankers of the Company if you wish to participate in a SOUND, HIGHLY PROFITABLE INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT, viz., I THE BOWRON BROS. EXPORT AND TRADING CO., LIMITED. I . . CAPJTAL £175,000. . * | H THE SPLENDID PROFITS ? SHOWN IN THE PUBLISHED PROSPECTUS H are certified by Chartered Accountants of the HIGHEST REPUTE, i Be GUIDED by the following INDISPUTABLE FACTS:— . . . I The Business HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED for over THIRTY YEARS, and | has a HIGH REPUTATION. [The turnover. Is ovsr ^300,000 per year. The ASiSETS have been valued by independent Assessors of ESTABLISHED REPUTE. .. .. ' ' .- SHAREHOLDERS acciuire SOLID (not paper) ASSETS. I A HIGHLY COMPETENT MANAGER is being retained to manage the new SYDNEY BUSINESS of the Company. - ? ? THE CONCERN is acquired 'FREE OF ALL LIABILITIES. The- Directors in Sydney and New Zealand are /ALL WELL-KNOWN MEN of ESTABLISHED REPUTATION. -' ' . ? j ? - ; ' ' , . . ? 90,000 SHARES have ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

VICTORIA. WANGARATTA. — The social and dance held on August 19 were a great success. Great praise was accorded the Committee, which consisted of Mesdames W. Leak, P. J. O'Brien, J. Asbury, Coleman, White, Wilson, and Gleeson, and Messrs. T. Kenny (presi dent), G. A. Morrow, P. J. O'Brien, W Snowden, and J. . Asbury. — Jack Stewart Hon. Sec.

Publication Title: Worker, The
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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

IBmi Miii ? ? mm i'1 'ii d'ifci 1 'i hi ii 'i W'11 'i TTrnn — rn — r^rr^^^rssT\ — riEr irirniin — n tttb— nr y^'i mi , i| ? ???f ? ninif ? 1 ' iii» ri 'Uibiin S PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. | I Page. A Dodge that Failed 14 Another Scare Measure ? ? -14 Australian Parliament ? ? 11 Cable News ? ? 19 Calendar ? 2 Depleting Australia's -Weafth .... 3 If They Dared! ? ? 12 Labor League Notes ? ? 16.. Lay of the Land ? ? 20 Melbourne's Tyrannous Tram Monopoly ? ? 5 Page. Mainly Political .... ? ? ? ? 10, 11 Melbourne Hay, Corn, and Fire wood Award ................. 9 Merely Personal ? ? 9 News of the Week ? ? ? 19 Old Ideals and New ? ? 3 Our Women's Page ? ? ' ? 7 ~ Page Twenty-One ? .'.... 21 South Australia ..: ? 5, 6 The Fight in N.S.W ? ? 15, 23 The Necessity for Law Reform.... 13 Page.I Straight Australian .............. 12 B They Call it Charity ... . § 'Scrapped' . . ,. The Pr ogres- B siA*e Land Tax- and 'Justitia' o . . . Testimonial to Labor ... § The Aftermath. I Thought...

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PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. SUGGESTED CHANGES. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. ? ? ♦ ? ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. SUGGESTED CHANGES. By J. D. FITZGERALD (Barrister-at- Law). [?] -?( ? ..???? ' ' Any man -of wealth can crush out 'a 'poor man in New South Wales, .How ever just the poor man's - cause may be.' — The late Sir George Dibbs. From the outset of its Parliamentary career the Labor Party , has espoused the cause of law reform. In no country in the world is an intelligent inquiry,- vmn a view to drastic action, more urgent tjian in the State of New South Wales. In many essential respects we are behind the rest of those countries, nations,: dominions, ''and colonies which have fol^ lowed tlie British legal and judicial tra ditions. 'Our law is costly; its courts clogged with deferred litigation ; our pre lin^inary procedure is steeped in techni cality; our methods of trial lead to costly prolixity; there is no provision for finality, even in the choice of the litigants themselves, except, say, in the Commer cial Court— whi...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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SATAN REPROVING SIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

SATAN REPROVING SIN. At Burwood on Saturday, Mr. Wade, who has proved himself a past master In slander by innuendo, after expressing the hope that the . election campaign . would be fought on jjurely political lines, proceeded to accuse the Labor Party of being two-faced, diabolical liars, and of conducting a campaign of calumny and misrepresentation, etc. etc.

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IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Tuesday.- ' The tramway ...trouble has - reached an v acute stage. The Registrar of Friendly Societies proceeded in the police court against four 'officers of the Union, -.nv.'.ud-: ing Mr. Jolinson, M.L.A., yesterday. Case unfinished. In Parliament to-night, Mr. BroAvn moA'ed the adjournment of the House for ' ; the purpose of censuring Labor members who are supporting the men. Mr. John son made a A'igorous and effectiA'e reply. The debate Avill probably last all night. . The men are solid. The company Is ad Arertising for men, but there is little re sponse. About five trams run -daily.

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

TOPICAL TALK. '? ? ♦ ? : ? The Sydney slaughtermen's' strike Avas not such a miss steak as some people ^ . feared, it Avould be. # * -? . Theodore Roosevelt has now met every one of note in the Avorld — living George,- ? ' the Kaiser, the President of France and— » Sam I-Iordern. -r # * ? # N.S.W. Parliament has adjourned. Wa wonder if this is in deference to the - Avislies of the .many members avIio : have latterly been inviting one another ' to ' come outside!' - ? , # # ? # According, to an . American Railroad ' , ; maga.zine, the Rooke system of traniAvay. fare collection is the best on earth. Judg- - ing by x'ecent police court cases the rook system so much in evidence on Sydney's tramways lias nothing in common with the American scheme. ..... ^ ^ . If all the governments of the Avoritl were^ one big goA'ernment, and. that one govern niient the Wade Government, and all the voters of the Avorld Avei*e one big ? voter, j and that A'oter smote that governmpnt as , ^ it ought to. b...

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

POSTCARDS. Our :.u:pii:je jia-rkct of handsome postcards k-i.'.-li every card artistic. All Jiica-i'k.o.s. wiii F.dorn any collection. stun y::!i;c*. Post free to any address, Gd.; b-'ncstSy worth Is. Cd. Everr packet du fen-nt. AYe make this astounding °^Ior merely as an advertisement for our Postcard D--j}urtiniMit. If the;' are not worth three tini-r. the money, return them to us and vc will immediately return your money. Send stampc or a sixpenny piece, and be euro you as!: for the UW Surprise Packet. Ad-dress: THE GROWN STUDIOS, *?*IS George St., Sydney. FOR SALE. FRiJIT GARDEN and FREEHOLD LAND for Sale, situated half-mile from the prosperous town of West Wyalong. Twenty acres of Freehold Land, together with eight j acres of splendid Orchard Fruit Trees, full bearing'- Plenty of Water, Good House, etc. IWill Sell Cheap for Quick Sale. Apply J. PRADE, c/o W. J.' Elliott, Auctioneer, West Wyalong. CHAPMAN 6» CO., {Late PAGE & CHAPMAN), Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, DAL...

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

BURNS CAUSE RUNNING WO I HO. Young Woman's Bad Hand Soothed and * Healed by Zam-Buk. Homes where Zam-Buk is kept handy are excellently equipped against accidents. Zam-Buk affords speedy relief from smarting pain; prevents festering or pois oning, and the perfection of its healing is the admiration of all the family. ' While doing some ironing I sustained a very severe burn through accidently putting my hand against a flat-iron,' says Miss Elizabeth Tepper, of Pitt Street, Waterloo, Sydney. ' I suffered great pain, and whenever I happened to put my hand into water, the heat and pain would be intense. I gave the wound, every atten tion, and applied many home remedies, but could not get it to heal, and not being able to use my hand made it very incon venient for me. Sometimes the wound would look as if it was getting better, when suddenly it would break out again, and. at the end of two months the part presented a very unsatisfactory appear ance. ' A friend, seeing the condition of my ...

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

To Shearers and All Trade Workers. — At Muttama is made the strongest Eucalypti Extract in the world. It won the 1st Prize in Sydney for S years. — Barclay and Sons.

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

! A SPLENDID' j SILVER WATCH! I ONLY— 25/™ ^TISFAC'^ Although the price is small it will be 1 found a Reliable Timekeeper and a 1 Good ' Knockabout ' Watch. 1 SOLD WITH A WRITTEN GUARAN- 1 TEE TO BE KEPT IN ORDER FREE | OF CHARGE FOR 2 YEARS. ? I Send your address and I will post j*ou I my Jewellery and. Platedware Cata- I logue. You can order-by mail just as ? well as buying in the shop. 5 JOE DAVIS J The Money-Saving I Jeweller, I 26 PARK STREET, SYDNEY. | One Door from Pitt Street. Jfuw jLj n pianos, jin| The L-ipp Piano 1 has a equality I - I individuality all its own. Its tone is pure and r i c Si , its touch light and responsive, and its construction an example of highest grade 8 IworKmanship. I We guarantee S Lipp Pianos to K stand true in I any climate. I Catalogue and 8 price list shew* 1 ing easy terms 8 post free. 8 fi Paling's I 338 GEORGE ST., § SYDNEY. I Marcus Clark & Go,, Ltd, NEWTOWN, .,'ORTH SYDNEY, and CENTRAL SQUARE. SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. SATURDAY HALF- ...

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A DODGE THAT FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

A DODGE THAT FAILED. I ? ? - I The proposal for a Constitutional Re form Referendum Bill, which Chief Sec retary Y\ ood moved in the House last week, was obviously the last despairing effort of a moribund Government to pre serve for its party the power which it rannot itself retain. The mooted measure jractically asked that the House should igree to reduce itgclf to 72 members, ano yet keep the present strength of the Council intact. But it did even more than Lino. j.l jji upuseu uiai lutuie ijoyern ments should have only strictly limited powers of nomination to the Council, and that in cases of disagreement the people' representatives should meet the fossils of the so-called Upper House in confer ence, and thus leave their measures to be inevitably mangle^l or rejected by a com bination between the Council members and the minority in the Assembly. From the outset the whole design was obvious to the Opposition, and Mr. McGowen and his fellow Labor men were clear and emphatic in tlie...

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ROCKCHOPPERS' AWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 25 August 1910

? RQCKCHOPPEBS' AWARD. The Rockehoppers' award gives the men an increase of 3d. per hour on ordinary work, bringing their wages to Is. lldH per hour in a 36-hour week. An extra two pence per hour is allowed in wet places, and the union secretary is satisfied with tho award. -

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 31 August 1910

': SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. __i ? ^ CENTRAL BRANCH. The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps, for last shearing. There Is no certainty that they will apply accurately for this shearing, but will in Seat majority be only liable to slight variation. It is almost impossible to get dates and particulars for this year's 'hearing to publish in time to be of any ™iue to members, hence last year's dates are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. . , In this list the lines indicate shed, post town number of , shearers, hand or . ma chine .(H. or M.), and number of sheep. PROM 1st TO 7th SEPTEMBER. uirabil South, Condobolin, -5, H., 4000 Kale Condobolin, 10, M.; 17,000 JiSlong Forbes, 18, M., 26,000 wSS Forbes, 16, M, 16,000 X i Ariah Park, 10, H., 8000 ffidgarie, Narrandera, 12, M., 30,000 See, Coolamon, 16, M., 25,000 £S Creefc Coolamon, 7, M., 18,000 SSnbola, Wagga, 26, M., 50,000 . .. KSbadgery, Junee, 26, M., 50,000 Shungra Park, Illabo, 10, M., 11,000 ? ...

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