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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'Jack.' — Your question is sent^on to the editor, so see elseAVhere for reply. Many thanks for recipe. They are always, wel come. ? ??''. ?-??'. '???.:''.. v . * a * ? ? ,..:, ? ?;*?';?: 'E.L.U.' (Wodonga), asks fora recipe for making 'cocoanut biscuits, and says she likes The Worker recipes better than most.' To make the biscuits, take a Clip of flour, half cup of sugar, %lb. of -butter, a cup of desiccated cocoanut, an egg. and a good spoonful of baking powder. Beat the butter and sugar to. a cream, add the egg. and boat again, mix the powder Avith the flour, then the cocoanut, and stir, all together, make into a paste, and roll. thin. Cut, and bake, a nice broAvn. . 'Urana' writes:— 'Can you toll me through The Worker if you have a re cipe for turning out a roley-poley pudding Avithout having it stick to the cloth? I have tried many ways. With the cloth well-floured, slightly-floured, very Avet with- no flour, Avrung out ditto; it is all the same. Suet or dripp...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ABOUT WOMEN. In the mediaeA-al and modern languages tripos list at Cambridge, there are ten 'firsts' to women and only e-ignt to men. # «- # Bryn Maw.r University, originally founded by a Quaker, boasts a Avoman Dean (Dr. Carey Thomas), and a woman, mathematical professor — Miss Scott, a Cambridge sixth Avrangler. # * # Mrs. Sargent and Mrs. Louis Mond have each given £1000 tOAvards the establish ment of Bedford College for Women (at tached to London Univei-sity). Others have given large sums. Ho do Australian rich Avomen compare with these in regard to Australian women's colleges? # « * Miss Ethel Smyth (Eng.), the composer of 'The Wreckers,' has had the honorary degree of Doctor of Music conferred on her by the University of Durham. This is an honor seldom granted to men, and, so far, not held by any woman. There are but thre.e or four British holders of the dis tinction, and only foreigners of the stand ing of 'Joachim and Richter have been given it. ^ # # * At Melilla, a Spanish...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STITCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

1 STITCHERY. Knitted Knee-caps. — These are very comfortable for 'weak and elderly people, for rheumatic subjects, and people Avith poor circulation, and are easily made by anyone Avho can knit. For making, cast on eight stitches on a stocking needle. Knit eight roAArs pla-in. For the next 20 rows increase one at the beginning of each row by knitting one purl, one plain into the first stitch. For 40 rows knit Avithout in crease for the top of the knee. After this ?decrease on first two stitches for 20 rows. Knit eight plain and cast off. Sew up the eight together. This gives the knee part. For the elastic top and bottom pick up .stitches all round — 96 in all. Knit a row plain, taking two together as often as re quired to reduce to below-the-knee size. Now knit plain and purl for about four inches (or more if required) and cast off. Do the top side the same way,. leaving it a little,, larger than that just- done. 'El- bows' can be done in the same AA-ay, only made smaller, of course...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE BAIRNS. JENNINGS CARMICHAEL'S CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. i ? JENNINGS CARMICHAEL'S CHILDREN. O singer sweet, who; '.died where wattle '?? bloom' ??'. ?'' . ??'?'.'. '??'-. ; May never bend upon thy lonely toni'b, ' Yet whose last song Avas quivering with the pain - . Of love's deep prayer—to see thy home again! _ i ^ Thy childhood's home across the sunder ing seas Where wild flowers smiled, unknown on English leas; ~ ,~ Where Alices called from out the heart, of hills, ? And bade thee word the music of their 'rills! Kinswoman, poetess, thou'lt neA^er know HoaV deep the homage we would fain bestoAV, Yet hast thou left us one dear care the while, O, mother-heart, who loved a child's sweet smile, And ever strove to dry his piteous tears (Now angels point to thine across the yea'rs!) — , A'nd shall Ave'turn-with careless step aside, Unmindful how. a-. valiant soul has died, Forgetful of the tender lullabies That oft have closed a sick child's Aveary eyes? ' . : Shall we neglect to lay upon thy graAre The only Avattle-Avreath t...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEBE ISLAND LOCK-OUT. SLAUGHTERMEN STANDING FIRM. An Answer Filed to the Employers' Claims. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

GLEBE ISLAND LOCK-OUT. SLAUGHTERMEN S-TANDING FIRM. An Answer Filed to the Employers' Claims. The Slaughtermen's Union has filed an answer before the Wages Board to the claims of the Carcase Butchers' Associa tion. The Union asks that starting time shall be fixed at 5 a.m. on Saturdays and 6 a.m. on the other days of the -week, and that wages shall be £4 per week for constant hands, and 15s. per day of eight hours for casual hands. Overtime, to be paid for at 3s. per hour. The number of sheep to be killed by both classes of workers is set down at 7 per hour. Mini mum wages for mutton offalmen, head skinners, and fry trimmers, £2 15s.; casual hands, 12s. per day. Beef butchers: Chain men, £4 10s.; groundsmen, £3 15s.; offal men, £3 5s.; casual hands, chainmen 17s. 6d. per day, groundsmen 15s., offalmen 12s. Gd. Definition of casual and constant hands is given. . Preference to unionists, and compulsory apprenticeship to the trade is also claimed. So far no temporary working agreement ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW MELBOURNE KINDERGARTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

,. . ^ ''' ? V A NEW MELBOURNE KINDERGARTEN. 'Writes a woman ('Pomona' of the 'Weekly Times') : ' 'We must emulate and equal the great empire of Germany 'in its care of the children,' said Dr. Maloney, M.H.R., at the opening of the City Kin dergarten in Exhibition-street. Children ?should be the care of the State. Children should not be dependent on kind-hearted people. The kind-hearted people might help them, but, in the main, movements like the Kindergarten Movement should ?be Government-supported.' ... Little Warrugals of the slums, attracted by a flutter of small flags, gathered round the Central Mission Hall. . . They Avere' the strongest possible argument, for Av.hat Dr. Maloney urged. ... ??? ' ' ' ? ' 'Kind-hearted people had, seen the need of these children,, and; stirred to, help them bef orevthe Government moved, ateall. But the children* had .suffered .'before 'they 'stirred. We cannot afford/ anci [ oughfk to be ashamed, to leaA'e the care of child-life i'6:'*ehahce''sy...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

nC WORTH OF FURniTURE, 6/ deposit, \,t\ 2f6 weekly. LinohumB. 2yd/.. wide, 2/fi ya. ; oUU Oilcloth. 1/6 ; Wn\lrobe«. Mirror Door, from £3- Wm«hsUnd». 6/6; CliesU Drawers. 2&/. ? ' C. FOR6SBERG. 78 William St. flirt FURNITURE, 10/ deposit. 3/G weekly. Till Houses Furnished Completely. Bed Linen. ?°1W Blankets, Curtakis, Carpets. Agent N. 3 Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. flJG FURNITURE, 20/ deposit, 5/ weekly. Til) Drawing *nd Dining Room Suites, 200 to 'u w «elect from. Newest Dseisns and Cater ings. Canterbury'*; 12/6. Agent for Wonderful Wertheim Sewing Machine*. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. fifiA FURNITURE, 80,' aepowt, 6/- weekly. +.//II Occfwionul Chain, 8/6; Walnut Orer MUV rnuteli, 25/-: Pretty T»bl»a. 1/6 to 10/-; Go-Cftrt*. 17/6: Bedeteads, 10/ to £15. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. nOA FURNITURE »nd upward*, terras in pro Tiiil portion. Sideboards, Urge mirrors, £2 5a. *Vv Inspection invited. Larsest and be»* stock ia 8ydney. Wer...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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ABOUT ONE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ABOUT ONE WOMAN. The Lady with the Lamp has gone; the woman who brought light .to the dark days of the Crimea, whose hand, woman's though it was, was strong enough to cast out* the greatest -horror of the battle-field. She will come no~ more in the ways' of men, but the work she did Will live for ever, and she will be remembered while ever the .nursing hand, of woman can soothe the hour of pain. Her charity was endless. Not only did she re-organize- the whole system of mili tary, -nursing and help establish modern general nursing as we know it, but she gave the £50,000 subscribed by a gi-ateful peopleNon her- return from the Crimea to' found a nurses' training home. Honored by prince and pauper, friend of King and Queen, she died— Florence Nightingale, her patent of nobility, her true Avomanhood; her title, that given her by the American poet, Longfellow — and the suffering sol diers who kissed her shadoAV as she passed up and dOAvn the field hospital, walking Avith the lamp in the ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

Renowned for Elegance in XfJ . |jBir BK'Kffff I Style and Excellence in ' ||£i mMWmw ?$? I Material, with a Fit and /j^-i j||9| ? lj| WltlwlM \ I Finish that leave nothing -^ flH| ' WW/iM'/'l W J 1 {Send for Patterns. '^^U^^^S Sl^Sl'f'w?^ IK- *: ALL OBDcRS CARRIAGE PAID. i^^^3^^^^ j WE ADVANCE MGHEY UPON ALL. CLASSES OF SECURITY. Fair Interest and Eacy Terms. Bills Discounted. N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE G. & I. GO., Limited. 74— Castlereagh St.— 74. Tel No.' 225. Eustace Bennett, Mr.na_sr. THE PEOPLE'S PBUOEHTiAT ASSURANCE CO., LTD., 84 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. .Directors: OTTO BOHRSMANN, Esq., M.B., M.S. F. SPARROW, Esq., F.S.S. Solicitor: W. ARNOTT. Bankers: BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Consulting Actuary: E. M. MOORS, M.A., F.I.A. Auditor: F. FUL.LWOOD, F.S.A.A. Inspector of Agencies: H. J. VALEN TINE. Secretary: F. SPARROW, F.S.S. Accountant: A. O. WEYNTON During the thirteen years ended August 31. 1909, the Company disbursed in discharge of its obligations to Members and Policy holders, ...

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CHEAP AND DEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

CHEAP AND DEAR. ? A man who doesn't believe any good of ! Labor and Socialism, demanded of me the \ other day, 'What good do high wages do? ! They only- make prices go up;' and went ? on to say that if a man's wages Avere high ! dt cost him more to live in the end, and he \ was no better off than men were when i wages were low. ' ? ; ';'; It; looks true, .that .kind of statement;. l - but for how long, depends on the length of ; vision, turned upon it. It looks true ' because nine people but : of -ten think ' the cost of an article is the price paid for it over-the-counter. It ?! ceases to look true /when, follownig.. effect ) and cause back to the ultimate, we find : that the cost of an article is the man and \ the expenditure of man inquired to, make ; It:' I said so to our friend, and aslceEd';'nim' whether we were better or Avorse off now ; (we in the aggregate), Avith high Avages and high prices, than Avhen production was so cheap (in his Avay of reckoning) that a man could be ...

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THE BARREN JACK BLUNDER. WADE IGNORES REPEATED LABOR WARNINGS. WHAT THE OFFICIAL RECORDS SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

[?] fADE ICNORfcS REPEATED LABOR WARNINGS. WHAT THE OFFICIAL BEGORDS SHOW. I The debates In the Legislative Assembly I nn Thursday and Friday, 18th and 19th linens : 1910, resulted in the neglect and Serins of the Wade Government over IS Sen Jack irrigation, area. resump- I ?nfb5n- exposed to the public. gaze. X Gov Simenfa breach ' of faith;: and Vis neglect of the public interest in re fSrd to the resumptions, were strongly. commented upon by members, ot the Op- IS The Government felt itself to be r I,_v.f nnmPr n.nd nut up no less than: Jree Ministers, including the Premier^ .to. Llv to the Opposition; but each of them fulled hopelessly to explain away /the Indictment by the Opposition. As the; aement of the case from the. Opposi tion's standpoint was not put before the i mmtry by the daily press, it is necessary I m the interests of the people ' to jPlace before them the following brief outline of \f the facts:— . .-;-.??'?? : .-.' ; ;.-?-? I The Minister for Works, the Hon. C. ...

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Our Women's Page VERSES BY WOMEN. THE SHEPHERD THAT I LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

[?] ? ~rtk Fl ' CONDUCTED BY I jrgji - ^ 11 MARY GILMORE. || *** VERSES BY WOMEN. THE SHEPHERD THAT I LOVE. I The shepherd that I love f In simple fashion lives, . :;_ .-:..,. F His lamp the moon that hangs;above His light the light she gives ; ' : I The trees that.on the .hills, are -seen,. _. -.. I These are his walls of living green. I Hi.i door is barred across I With branches interwound; I His bed -of blade and golden moss I With candles is' set round; , , I Those lights that, shine when 'all is still I ' And guard the shepherd on his hill. 1 - -. '?'.?? '?-?? '- '?;-: V '????? ;;- '?? | His window .is so wide 1 It holds the spreading dawn, I The wonders of the countryside ? I Are sights, ho looks upon; [j His green stair wanders out and in I And ends just whare the stars begin. I ... ? .?'? ?- . I The shepherd that I love | , In simple fashion dwells, I He sees the sun that shines above, I He hears the brave sheep-bells;; I ' A'nd on a stone he sits and sings | Of '.love; and ...

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BIGELOW UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

B1CEL0W UP-TO-DATE. Dear Worker, — Arter a long, absence from print' I'm sennin' you some o' my ole verses. Bein' as 'ow I been studyin' Noo South Wales politics, 1 hev intuss pussed a few amendments. Parson Wil bur cal-lates they rnebbe dedicated to Mister Wade. — Hosea Bigelow. I du believe in Freedom's cause, Ez fur away ez Paris is; I love to see her stick her claws In them infarnal Pharisees; \ It's wal enough agin a King; To set the ball a' rollin* — .But libbaty's a kind o' thing . Thet don't agree with Bowlin*. , I 'du believe the people want A tax on teas an' coffees, Thet nothin' aint extravygunt — Purvidin' I'm in office; Fer I have loved my country sence ' My eye-teeth filled their sockets, An' Noo South Wales I reverence, Partic-larly his pockets. - . . _ t ? ? I du believe in any plan O' levy in' the taxes, Ez long ez, like a lumberman, ??? I git 'jest wut I axes; I go freetrade or protectin, Whichever kind o' rouses The folk to vote — an' keep us in Our quiet Custom H...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

S^^^^P 40,FImders Street $M ^^^^^^^^^^^^©S^^^f ?No Asents or Canvassers. No Middleman's M U^§5^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Profits to' pay. Therefore, Cheapest and m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^, MM Best. Every Instrument guaranteed. ? AND ? The question of shoddy boots has been occupj'ing much of the public attention of late, and we have expressed our views on the subject in another part of this paper. It has also been decreed that the wages of the bootmakers must rise, therefore the prices of footwear will be higher; but we have been buying so largely that we are ? able to give our customers ' Cropley's Shoes ' at the usual moderate rates. We are offering a line of Lace Boots for men at the low price of S/3. The uppers ' are cut from Bovine Calf, firmly sewn in the seams and golosh; the toe is full round j shape. Tho insoles, outsoles, and stiffeners are all solid leather. These boots are | built over roomy lasts to afford every comfort. _ Price, S/^PB Postage 9d» Extra. yrrrT^TZT1^^^ ? ? COUNTRY BUYERS, and O...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

i miKin (?-*? ?*mmt\ _ I The kidneys are situated in the small of the back, one on each side of the spine. Human kidneys are similar in shape to those of a sheep, but somewhat larger. They are encased in fat, and are supplied with arteries which convey blood to them from the heart.'* By a process akin to fil tering, the kidneys take any excess of water from the blood, and they also ex tract from the blood various waste poisons with which it becomes laden in its journey through the veins. When a person is in good health these waste poisons are dissolved in the water taken from the blood by the kidneys, and the solution is passed through narrow passages leading from each kidney into the bladder, and thence expelled from the body. This solution is known as urine. Some of the poisons contained in urine are animal matter, such as urea and uric acid; others are mineral matter, being salts of lime, magnesia, potash, and soda. Unless the kidneys do their work thoroughly the . waste matter i...

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His Third Time of Rising. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

-otiiL.^Kwnn . SUN. MOON. SEPTEMBER— Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. H.M. H.M. A.M. P.M. 1 Thursday . . 6 45 5 56 6 29 3 5 2 Friday .. 6 44 5 57 6 9 4 12 3 Saturday .. 6 42 5 58 6 43 5 18 4 Sunday . . 6 41 5 59 » 14 6 20 5 Monday ..639 60 736 7 23 6 Tuesday . . 6 38 6 0 7 59 8 24 7 Wednesday 6 36 6 1 8 22 9 23 PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 4th at 4.6 a.m.; First Quar ter, 12th at 6.li a.m.; Full Moon, 19th at 2.52 p.m.; Last Quarter, 26th at 6.54 a.m. These times are for Melbourne. Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 26 minutes later. \

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, CR. KING AND SUSSEX STS.r SYDNEY (Four Minutes from G.P.O.) (Good Accommodation. All Conveniences. ' Billiard Room. Liquors Absolutely True to Label. E. J. DONEY (Late of Melbourne). fTnion Man? YES. Good for 7^*^^ Little Folks M& £«. Don't buy Pastry for \ '^SEp J the little folks. Make T^^a'^N* some Scones with *'% -^^*-. HakisiLg Powder. ! and see how they'll enjoy them. S ' LESLIE'S ' is a PURE Baking- I Powder. Get it from your Grocer. fe TO NEW SOUTH WALES. IOHDQN TO SYBMEY FOR £3. Any person resident in New South ^Wales may, under the Government Assisted Immigration Regulations, nomi nate their FRIENDS AMD RELATIVES IN GREAT BRITAIN ftor assisted passages to the State. An [accepted nominee will be granted a third (class passage AT GREATLY REDUCED FARES. {WIVES AND FAMILIES OF AGRI CULTURISTS: topen Berth. 4_B Berth in^ t_^£^ £3 £5 £6 [WIVES AND FAMILIES OF OTHERS: £6 £8 £9 OTHER PERSONS NOMINATED: £8 £10 £11 Full particulars will be supplied on app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

IE EDUCATION BY ^^^^^J^^^^^B WE COACH BY POST for Public Service, Univeriity, Shir'e iSrmf/l&^R 'ii^'T^' ' 3^^^m8 and Municipal Cloiks, Accountancy and all other Public -'^fe^/ Jr ^^s- ^&*2x§3m!&s £r.anu.,WE TEACH BYFOSY ail1 general EducaUonnl, SubjecU.-^^^ r^^^^^^^^^f _ S Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Correspondence, Arithmetic, Commercial \ Law; Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Construction, - Mechanical Drawine. ! Our System* are unique and are not available to any cither *Q-cA|]ed Correspondence ScHbot. \ Send for our Pamphlst *'E' to I STOTT &? HOARE'S * BUSINESS COLLEGE! | MOORE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Govt. Saving* Bank). I BLrtLL LGNS8N, 1903 1 ' I fail 'JO j UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Sfir*jrfffl|TL E \ I iirriuiycmeiits.. Thus the most simple and least By JK^bJft^I Wf SByjy 1 '& rosily funeral becomes us seemly find proper as W ^^n^jTHTSj W YjQjjLJ * thai on which a vast ;t m...

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SUNDRY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

SUHDRY SPORTS. Frank Gotch, the man who beat Hacken schmidt, is retiring. Johnson has made over £20,000 in. vaudeville since walloping Jeffries. The ' Seattle Times ' says that Aus-' trali.a is noAV the boxers' Mecca. Great Britain defeated South Africa at ??? Rugby by 8 points to 3. At Adelaide, Shima beat McGregor in a ju-jitsu match. In America. ? recently, Billy Papke out pointed Jack (TAvin) Sullivan. Ted Nelson, the Australian Aveltenveight, has mado good in America. P. W. Sherwell will captain the South ' Africans. E. A. Pye, .the Victorian cyclist, is. meet- ing Avith success at Salt Lake City. .'?-_ The Bathurst-Sydney road race will be run on Saturday. The Bathurst-LithgoAv road, race Avas Avon from scratch by Fred Walcott. Hagncy, the cyclist sculler, proposes to visit England looking 'for matches. Carlton is leading in the Victorian League football competition. LleAvellyn, the English-South African cricketer, is turning professional. Old timer Billy_ McColl stopped Mike ...

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