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Damaged Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

Damaged Goods. A deadlock lias arisen between N.S.W. Railway Commissioners and the Wheat Board, due to the constant damage to grain caused by rain on long -journeys. Although the 'Gnash' Ministry appointed a fourth Commissioner, to find a tat billet for an old pal, the united brain power of the 'Big Four' cannot provide tarpaulins :; to cover the tracks, but there are plenty to cover the stacks of WET wheat after reaching Carting Harbor. The ca&sequence of this hold-up is that the ships cannot get cargo, and the farm ers are suffering the losses of their fepvJ' '? grain. Come tc tlilnk of ii, tlis is tie Xirst serious Ifcipening in Ajatralia *£? fjie' last 12 montbii thai hasn't been Attributed to the allejet Bolshevik leuricies of %h$~' Labor Mivemtnt. - ? . Printed by H. E. Soote, ot Faraday Aventifc ' Rose Bay, at 'The Worker' Office, fit ?'? Andrew's Place, Sydney, and published by'-^ Arthur Bae, of View-street. Marrickrllfo, «t - the A.L.P. Head Office, MacdoneQ Hous% :...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR AND AFTER "WAR IS THE STATESMAN'S GAME, THE PRIEST'S DELIGHT, THE LAWYER'S JEST. THE HIRED ASSASSIN'S TRADE." WHAT WE FOUGHT FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

THE MR Jk AM AFTER *)&&& IS THE STATESMAN'S GAME, THE PRIEST'S DELIGHT, THE LAWYER'S JEST. THE HIRED ASSASSIN'S TRADE.' —Shelley. WHAT WE FOUGHT FOR. One of tlie chief causes for the doubts 'which are creeping into the minds of many people i who have accepted with varying degrees of trust what they have read in the capitalist press during the past four years is undoubtedly the remarkable dif ference between the utterances of both the journalistic and political leaders while the war was on and at the present time. During the war the allegation was screeched into our ears, morning, noon, and night, that we were fighting 'the war to end war,' 'to destroy militarism,' to 'make the world safe for democracy,' for 'the sanctity of treaties,' for 'the rights of nations,' great and small, for ; 'the liberty of the world ; ' also there were t-V be 'no annexations' and 'no indem nities.' Tet, within the last few days, t^ic following cable appeared in one of the metropol...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mrs. Lorimer. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

Death of Mrs. Lorimer. It is with deep regret that we have to record the death this morning (Thursday, 10/4719) of Mrs. Jessie Lorimer, a well known and much -esteemed worker in the Labor Movement. Mrs. Lorimer . was the mother of a grown-up family, and owing to the chronic illness of her husband had to earn her livelihood by constant and arduous toll, yet she always found time to lend a willing hand to others in dis tress, and was engaged in this kindly work when stricken down with, influenza. She was a convinced Socialist for many years, and a fearless champion of the working class all her life. Of all the useless beings in- creation, The world could easily best spare the bakers Of little clay gods, formed in shape and - . fashion, Exactly in tbe image of their makers. —Lowell. ? ? ? ' . E. De Valera, the Sinn Fein leader, who recently escaped from an English prison, is to be welcomed by the Lord Mayor of Dublin and presented with tlie keys of the City- ,

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PYRMONT BRANCH, A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

PYRMONT BRANCH, A.L.P. The following officers were elected for the current year: — President, j. Slyney; secretary. Aid. W. Holdsworth; treasurer, D. Gaffney; vice-presidents, Geo. Payne and J. Waugh. GAVIN SUTHERLAND, Sec. Darling Harbor Electorate Council.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' POLITICAL-LEAGUE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

MEETINGS. RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' POLITICAL- LEAGUE. .. . ANNUAL MEETING. There was a large attendance of mem bers of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Political League, A.L.P., at the annual meeting, held in Macdoneil House on Wednesday, March 26. The annual report and balance-sheet disclosed a satisfactory condition of af fairs. The membership was satisfactory during 1918, over 3420 returned soldiers haying signed the roll-book. The bal ance-sheet showed a credit of £17 in the Commonwealth Bank, after the spending of more than £250 from November/ 1917, to December, 1918, in fighting the con scription campaign. Election of officers resulted as follows: President, Mr. W. A. Gibbs; vicepresi dents, Messrs. Stynes and Johnson and Mrs. Roche; committee, Miss Foster, Mrs. Bodkin, Messrs. Riley, Conway, Bollard, Matthews, Cairnes, Bennetts, Gosb, Cole, and Cann, M.L.A.; soldiers' relatives, Cap tain Toombs and Mr, Ryan, J.P.; conT ference delegates, Corporal Murphy, Mr. W. A. Gib...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOUCHING RHINOCEROS HIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

TOUCHING RHINOCEROS HIDE. Joynton Smith invites anyone who sees an insult levelled at him to send it along to his office. This love of notoriety in an old man is inexcusable. Insults are of two kinds — deserved and undeserved. If J.S. lived to the age of Methuselah he could never hear or see one of the latter kind, so why bother? PLBBS.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holman as a War Worker. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

Hoiman as a War Worker. Premier Holman at Matraville -talked about the 30,000 idlers in the Domain, but he didn't nail a board, lay a brick, or dig a post hole to help the' job along. William Arthur has had a lengthy trip to England and France during the war. He has spent week-ends down the coast and week-ends up the Mountains, and whole weeks resting himself between times, and Lord only knows what good he ever does when he is at work. Certainly, he succeeds in making a lot of us feel very tired. But, thank God, he can't go on forever, for even the longest river gets out to sea at last. REBEL. ? ^ ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

BEAD OFFICE ' wftSPffirWy 'SYDNEY, s i. ? , . -1 -' ? » : . _.' OPEN 'TOh: ALL CLA88E8JDF , ? V General Banking: Business I iifthe Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rafoaui (New Britain}, I : also London (2), and A.I. F. Camps in England. ? -? Savings Bank Department I at all Branches, and SAVINGS BANK AGENCIES at 2776 Post Offices ? throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain, Solomon Islands, ? *nd The Pacific. ? JAMES KELL, «? DENISON MILLER, I ' Deputy Governor 1619 . ? Gov'-— ' K 1 ' . ? . .-??_?''' INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC j tt Is Just a matter of killing the germ. - | 'GUMLYPTA' | Oils and Disinfectants will do this. j Tre Housewife's Friend. 'Gumlypta' Eucalyptus Oil for Inhaling, Gargling, and Internal Use. j 'Gumlypta1' Disinfectant I for Spraying the Home, Office, Factory. j In the Wash-tub, Sink, or Lavatory, 'GUMLYPTA' Is Indispensable* ' 'GUMLYPTA' does not stain the most delicate fabric. Influenza also attacks through the EYES. Wash the hands and Face with 'Gumlypta'...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Osborne on Moderation. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

Mr. Osborne on Moderation. In an 'open letter** in the 'labor News' ? Ot the 6th inst. Mr. 3. P. Osborne, M.L.A., I devotes two and a-half columns to a de j etructive attack on my leader of the pre I vious week. [ Free criticism- is the breath of life I to any movement, but future critics must If not expect quite so much rope. I He devotes much space to those who j do not believe in political action, and II accuses me o£ being 'linked up' with such M persons. Quite wrong:; absolutely with S out foundation. I represent the Western I Branch, A.W.U., on the O.B.U. Executive. B I am like every other member of that I body, pledged to BOTH POLITICAL AND I INDUSTRIAL ACTION. I The A.L.P. was born of the Trades I Union Movement, and the closest affilia I tion between the political and industrial I wings ha's always been, and is still, a I cardinal principle of the Movement. I I Why Mr. Osborne should imply that to I take j»art in a movement for 'closer in f dustrial organisation' is not 'ho...

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. WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

I' 'iSWWlEDQBifeEiEfflffiR:' ? I' PUBLIC LIBRARY OF N.S.W. ? '? ? ' Corner Bent and Macquarie streets, : I WAGES. H ' ? No subject can more urgently demand, 9' for more amply repay, the study of the 9 intelligent inquirer than the great ques 9' jtion of wages, or money remuneration for || labor, since from the inexhaustible source '18 '*-* labor springs all that constitutes Ha .-wealth. The power, dignity, and happi m* siess of a people are the result or ana the |H expression of the energy and capacity for IS labor which characterise the race. Hence ?M ? arises the demand for a -fixed limit of Wt Images below which in any trade or em ES ? j-loyment the earnings of the woiking man B or woman shall -not be driven, a demand 9 .'which is the result of human experience of H 'the years gone-by, when the wages fund m '^theory held. 8 ?'?' The whole question of wages, from its S v Earliest aspMts to its latest and most in M -teresting stages, may be studied at the B Public Library, which po...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"DRY" OR "WET"? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

'DRY' OR 'WET'? .j I The latest poster of 'Smith's Weakly1* f proudly boasts, 'Not a Dry par. in it.** *v Probably, like the 'Weakly's' advertise* . j ments, they are mostly **wet'! There'M ^ nothing like liquor. ? #*'. ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHARD COBDEN, INTERNATIONALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

RICHARD COBDEN, INTERNATION ALIST. Mr. J. A. Hobson's new book, 'Richard Cobden, the International Man,' is the subject of a review in 'The Nation' by Mr. Augustine Birrell, who says: — 'This 'study' is wholly ' concerned, as its sub-title indicates, with COBDEN'S FOREIGN POLICY (best described as anti-Palmerston), with his far-reaching conceptions of international relationship, with his hatred of Foreign Office tradi tions, wtih his doctrine of 'noninterven tion,' and with his projects for avoiding war altogether, or rendering it as difficult as possible.' Cobden's methods, says Mr. Birrell, were more instructive than Bright's, and in the later days of his 'anti-Palmerston' campaign he had a striking success as a teacher. Teachers of their fellow-men can never expect to be popular anywhere, and least of all in England, where to be didactic is to be damned, but as good teachers seldom aim at popularity they need not grumble if they miss it. Cob den, in his hearty and noble detestati...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHTING DISLOYALTY. SOLDIERS' ORGANISATION IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

FIGHTING DISLOYALTY. SOLDIERS' ORGANISATION IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Sunday. At a meeting in the Exhibition Grounds this afternoon -finder the auspices of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Imperial League of Australia, about 2000 volunteers were enrolled to fight disloyalty. The presdent of the State league (Mr. Pearce Douglas) pointed out that re turned men were not actuated by any po litical motives in their movements, nor were they influenced by any political party. They had undertaken a campaign to cleanse their country free of all dis loyalty, and were going to carry on. The men were then divided into eight metropolitan districts, and commanding officers elected. ? Major Bollingbroke is chief advisory officer of the movement. The commanding officers addressed the various sections, and in every case em pliasised the fact that they had been banded together with one ideal before them — the upholding of law and order. — '?Sydney Morning Herald,' April 7, 1919. The foregoing report...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

tsmp&i ,n^ 'DAT F* Hll 'The Australian Waterside Worker' I THE NEW MILITANT PAPER. EDITED BY T. W. McC/fcSTAL. ' 9 APRIL, ISSUE. PRICE, 3d. 9 ARTICLES THIS ISSUE: ' 1| A.L.P. Objective versus O.B.U.— Dangerous Sea Travelling (by cartoon).— Walter Davidson |J and Shameless Hide. — American War of Independence. — Returned Sailors and Soldiers' ifl Imperial League Declared an Enemy to Labor. — Bloodsucking on Misery and Tears.— ra« Carmlchael Captures the Commonwealth.— And Other Solid Labor Matter. |fl Ask any Newsboy for it. Tell your Newsagent to secure a supply at m 15 Erskine Street, Sydney, or ring up City 10299. |f ^ The man and paper who fear no boodler, but through its columns Is fearlessly fighting the fl \ People's Fight against Capitalism and Tyranny. - .« n III |' ? ? || ' | I . TWO GREAT FEATURES I % 1 r 90 Good Farmlets, I to 2 Acres I f FOR THE SETTLERS. If ? ? A Mile of Water Frontages If FOR THE WEEK-ENDERS. I ? m *- For many a long day the waters of GREAT SAL...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

Necessity demand* and wte- ? ??? ?? -W-----~%5%'t^ ;f3pg dom dictates purchasing de- . _ .- --^'-m» ?-'? 'a vsgfB pendable footwear at Fay's— ,^t^fP*_ ^'#i^m . :v?l the greatest footwear or- 'w^!w-*mM~mM&m.-~' ? 'aW- sanitation in the Common* . , ??^f'WmJm^WS''^ -i ^4S EDWARD FAY, ltd, \fK4f*^y%$& 1 Cr. Pitt and Liverpool 'stt* — ^^^^^^^^^^^^ :4f AJscat:8™1^ W « l^w^oS'^'1^ FINE FOOTWEAR H Bridge, Newtown. r v;

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

K x^fc *m Dwarf Prices and Giant K ??? £^^^^^' ? * im A Values go .hand In hand at ffl ^r*f^^^&f^B-mr^E Fay's Four Footwear Stores. 1 ^X*?2tr' EDWARD FAY, Ltd. I J&^^t^^^Fr^k 'The Blfl Boot Slock-' I ?P^4^^^»^fcSS^^^ Cr- PItt and Liverpool Sts., I ^ ^^^ ^^^'^^ SYDNEY. I . . IN 'Also at: I ?'? *' George-street, Haymarket. I FINE FOOTWEAR ESffi'8i;3K5. l__ . ? . ^

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

————————— . ? ? . JM THE EX-DOMANIAC. ^3 Last Sunday the Premier vlsite« the voluntary 'workers' at Matravlile to TALK. Himself a one-time Domfcia ' H orator, he condemned the people who went there on Sundays to listen to politicians criticising the Government, || instead of assisting to build homes for returned soldiers. ' - j From which some people might assume that William, instead of wasting his time criticising the Labor Party, -~}l spends his week-ends as above. ^ - ? ? ' _.-s£

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Car[?]hlights [?]ew[?] Some Distance from Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

msmm \®mpm TrueThomas I Some Distance from Paradise. I ': The Sydney Tory papers mourn that I there are not enough nurses and doctors I jto ? go round. Strange thing that they | jflidn't think of that before when they were ' describing the huddle of bricks misnamed ' |a city as a 'Worker's Paradise.' The f original Paradise was a garden — in fact, « 'the word means a garden and nothing if knore — and where, green things are grow W 5ng and flowers blooming disease is apt II jto look over the fence without having M jnauch chance to get in at the gate. There H iare not enough nurses and doctors to go ft Iround in plague-stricken Sydney; but jm .there are and always have been enough ftsk landlords and landlords' agents. Why not ?M pet the landlord's wife to do the nursing, fvS Iwith the proviso that no rent shall be S paid until she has cured her husband's *4;tenants? 11-. . * * * ||| Willie's Secret Toil. Iff There is a fine and subtle humor about m Hyillie Holman's references to the l...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING [?] NOTES & NOTIONS THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

I- - — ? , - — . — - [?] mNOT£5& NOT/ON5 THE TURF. ' i ' ' Arditna (so named, it ist said, after an \ «x-Lord Mayor) won a double at Victoria i Park on Saturday. Before doing so, how ; ever, his name was changed to Wicker ; -work, but this- was not generally known until after the race, as is not unusually the case at the ponies. ('Smith's ,Weakly,' please copy.) W * Wf The race meeting held at Rosehill on Saturday last was well attended con sidering the circumstances. Punters are used to risks, and very few worried about masks once the course was reached. The bookmakers had the best of transactions, /and, as the fields were big and the betting good, most of them got away w.ith tidy piles to tide them over the restricted period. * * * Saddle cloth No. 21 had a run of luck during the last fortnight. West Molong carried it to victory on Saturday week, and Golden Bronze and Solar Rays both wore it last Saturday in winning their respective events. No. 11 was second in both the la...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDITORIAL. THE END OF THE PROFIT SYSTEM. DOOMED TO DESTRUCTION. A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION POSSIBLE. CO-OPERATION OR CONFLICT— WHICH SHALL IT BE? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 12 April 1919

EDITORIAL. THE END OF THE PROFIT SYSTEM. DOOMED TO DESTRUCTION. A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION POSSIBLE. CO-OPERATION OR CONFLICT— WHICH SHALL IT BE? The above quotation from an. American weekly, advocating the practical applica tion of professed Christian principles, is significant of the trend of present-day thought even in the greatest home of Cap italism in the whole world. The end of the profit system. That is the foundation-point of agreement among all schools of Socialistic thought - The professed iaborite who does not sub scribe to that principle does not know where he is, and should take stock of him self without delay, and either finish, his education or drop out of the ranks. Now, as to the question of time! WHEN is the new order to, be installed ? Russia Fays NOW! and has made giant strides en the way. Other communities have started out to follow Russia's example, and others are seething with unrest and the spirit of revolt. Capitalism has become alarmed for its very existence, a...

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