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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

GABLE HEWS. South African pipless oranges have been' selling in London at Sd. each. British robbery and extortion, it is de clared, have steadily impoverished India. Two Englishmen have been arrested for photographing German fortifications. Socialists in Germany have won eight successive victories in the National Par liamentary bj^- elections. Two hundred women fought the forest fires in»order to save their homes in Elk City, Kansas, U.S.A. The first Trade (Wages) Board in Eng land has been established, to deal with the slop suit industry. Joseph C. Oibley expended 42,500 dollars to. secure nomination to the Pen nsylvanian Congress. He was arrested. The 'Financial News 'is publishing a series of articles to remove .British mis conceptions of Australia. The census director in the 'U.S. esti mates the population there at 90,000,000. During the last three years 2,576,000 en tered and 790,575 left. Four hundred and five people are mis sing in the forest fires in Idaho and Mon tana, U.S....

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

MASKED; BURGLARS.. ; A sensation occurred on Tuesday at McKinnon, Vietopia^when two. armed rob bers broke into the Gardeners' Arms Hotel. The proprietor, Mr. Matthews, whs awakened by a. masked man standing over his bed and pointing a -revolver at him. The man threatened to shoot Mr. and Mrs. Matthews if 'they attempted to rise. Tho burglar said that he wanted no row, but some money. Another burglar, who was wearing a white mask, was rifling a chest of' drawers. 'Mrs. Matthews sprang out of bed, saying, 'I'll get you the cash box.' Both men rushed at her, and she made for the door. She was hi.t twice on the head with a slingshot, but she stag gered downstairs and screamed.. for .help. Matthews also jumped out of bed, and the' burglars ran downstairs and escaped. They stole about- £35 worth of goods.

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

? _ ? & ? .- — . GLOBE TROTTER IN TROUBLE. 'Captain'' Seaton, who is walking around the world, was recently fined £10, at Kirrup in West Australia, for threaten ing to use firearms. The alternative was six months'' imprisonment, which lie is now serving in Fremantle Jail. Seaton Avas first arrested at Donnybrook for threatening a publican with ?& loaded gun, and was fined £1- He had in his pockets £9. a nack of cards, and a set of dice. At Kirrup, after gambling with the nav vies, he fired a gun among ,the crowd at 200 yards, and fired a shot at a man who tried to disarm him. The navvies took the gun, broke it, and sent for the police. The ' Captain ' has appealed ' to the authorities to allow him. to continue his 45,000 miles walk, but the probabilities are that he will have to serve his sen tence. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SENTENCE COMMUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

? $- ? A SENTENCE COMMUTED. The Executive has confirmed the action of the Cabinet in commuting the capital sentence -on Patrick Martin to/one of im prisonment for life. Martin was con victed at Wagga Assizes .of feloniously wounding James Firinegan,'with jntent to murder him, on May 11, 1909, and was sentenced to death. The conviction was .quashed by the Full Court on a question of the admission of certain evidence. The High Court reversed the decision of the Full Court; but in the meantime the Crown had proceeded against Martin on a charge of inflicting grievous bodily harm.' on which charge he was sentenced to im prisonment for life.

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

A LABOR PARLIAMENT. Also the best meat our country can pro duce at surprising low prices if you will semi to THE ABERFOYLE CASH BUTCHERY for Price List or 5/- Postal Note. ITEMS OF -INTEREST. Cash System with Better Meat for less casli. Prompt despatch by train or boat specified. Freshly-killed meat arriving in good con dition, packed carefully in bag, box, keg. or basket. Railway Freights. 281b. 23 miles, 3d.; 141b. 87 miles, 3d.; 421b. S7 miles, 6d., and so PAYNE, 4 GEORGE STREET WEST. SYDNEY. PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD g Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. | One application destroji g Vff ji » vermin, kills nits, heals S MAin^f *fc sores, euros ringworm, i HflVHiCl \J ma]{es the hair grow thick & __ ., . and strong. By-post, 1/2; Jj l?4*4/m/f larSe 2/3; extra large 3/9. I Jl I l&HU Fine Comb for Removing E Dead Nits. Gd. extra. I JAMES BRIN, Chemist. Malvern. Victoria. J Latfies— Make Money at Hom8 r Hi 5j-& ^^' ^^b 8X3 gpEB^^S ob*^ Let us send you this Wonderfu...

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

litiin I Boys' and Girls1 Dsljght | I in I'ies. Puddings, and ire like is j i proverbial; and the appetite of sturdy j 1 youngsters fresh from' their boisterous ! 3 games often surprises mother, and j j| taxes her resources. j | A valuable assistance in moo ling- the. ! i demand is to use in every tanking of i Scones, Cakes, Pies, and Puddings I Cerehos Baking Powder, j ]t saves lime, lessens work, and every- ! s thing made by its aid is ' as light as a, ! j feather.' Get it To-day. It's Sure and Pure. | Sold ISvcrywhere in Sensible Tins. j Harrison and Attwood, Wholesalers, i | Sydney. ? g

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MELBOURNE'S TYRANNICAL TRAM COMPANY INTIMIDATING ACTION TAKEN BY THE HEAD OFFICIAL UNANIMOUS CONDEMNATION IN PARLIAMENT. HOW THE "CAMPAIGN OF SIGNING" WAS WORKED—INTERESTING DOCUMENTS REPRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

MELBOURNE'S TYRANNICAL TRAM COMPANY IHTIHIDATING ACTION TAKEN BY THE HEAD OFFICIAL UNANIMOUS CONDEMNATION IN PARLIAMENT. '«, the 'CAMPAfGNcOF SIGNING' WAS WORKED.— INTERESTING - H0W DOCUMENTS REPRODUCED. M the annual meeting of the Melbourne Tramway Company, /Limited^-OStiv P. B. ClaPP chairman 'of directors, T?poke about 'the 'harmonious relations' that;: existed between the company and the employees. The Worker; having some knowledge of nast lia'ppeninis^.i-bproducied certain; docu - Lit* i^nfirt bv the company- which directly assailed the freedom ot the men to form an industrial organization to look after' their own Interests. On ./the same dav'frat Mr. Clapp sp.oke , tliere was im parted to the Federal -Attorney-General, bv a deputation which waited upon him, an 'amount of enlightening information which was in sharp conflict;' with what th&?chairman of directors had told v ap plauding sharehilders. . ,-? - COERCING WORKERS. The fact stands unchallenged: that any attempt ...

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

i A.W.U. j | SHEARERS ! j ! SHEARERS!! S ! SHEARERS Hlj II While the shearing is now in full + ♦ swing it will be advantageous to all ♦ g shearers if they write to the | I UNION LABEL | | CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS j I 623 GEORGE ST., HAYMARKET, | ♦ SYDNEY, ♦ I -and have Sample.?, Tape, and Measure 1 Forms sent them, so that their orders I will be attended to aud delivered be- 5 + fore the ' cut out'; or, where possible, + ♦ The UNION LABEL ..CO-OPERATIVE | I TAILORS will send their cutter to 1 take orders, which they will be pleased I to execute promptly- with guaranteed 4 + satisfaction. Freight paid. ♦ 1 Made by Union Labor only. I I The ONLY Tailors that are approved B and endorsed by the N.S.W. Labor ? ^ Council and Eight-Hour Committee. 4, $- patronised by the Leading Members of I I both Federal and State Labor Parties. I W. A. HOLZIGAL, I ♦ Head Cutter and Manager. ♦ ♦ B Sf^onV racing . Pf /^W/ / T CYCU5T5 H The Mpw'Sn'-PfS ' i ' I.ROAD RACING I B Is the Finest yet seen oh I ffl a ...

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BROWN PAPER BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

BROWN PAPER BOOTS. Dear Worker, — In your article in last week's issue on the above subject you report that Mr. Tudor, Minister for Trade in the Austra lian Parliament, is very pronounced as to the tactics adopted by some manufac turers and retailers avIio resort to some shady tricks of private enterprise. With half a century's experience retailing foot wear to 'the public, we are' in a position to express our opinion, and desire to im press upon the public the necessity of dealing with houses who are steadfast in their endeavor to have only solid leather used in all their manufactures: but the difficulty is to meet the demands of a certain class of buyers (and they form a good percentage of the shoe buyers) who persist in having footwear at a price which is utterly impossible if the genuine material is used. As you are aware, not only has everything used in the manufac ture of footwear (that is, if the genuine article is used) advanced in price from 15 to 50 per cent., but Labor ha...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WADE'S CAMPAIGN OF ABUSE. CHARGES OF CALUMNY AND MISREPRESENTATION. COMPLETE REFUTATION BY MR. HOLMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

WADE'S GAiPAIGN OF ABUSE. , ? w ? CHARGES OF CALUMNY AND MISREPRESENTATION. COMPLETE REFUTATION BY MR. HOLMAH. , Talking at Glebe last week Mr. Holman commented at some length on Wade's outburst at Burwood on the previous Saturday night. In reply to the Premier's statement that Or-DOsition speakers per sistently circulated calumnies and uttered diabolical lies about him, Mr. Holman challenged the Premier to produce evi dence that would show that any charges made against him by Labor men were not well grounded on facts. Mere shed ding of tears in the dock, Mr. Holman added, was no defence for a convicted criminal. It was an Old Bailey trick that was too well known. Drawn by this, and perhaps driven b5r his. press friends, Mr. Wade gave in Fri day's morning dailies what ho called 'a detailed exposure of the leaders' of the Labor Opposition. Professing to reply to five charges thai*' have been repeatedly advanced against his legislative and ad ministrative actions, this miscalled ex po...

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THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

THE KAISER. .The Kaiser has again exploded, and this time in such hysterical language that one seriously doubts the sanity of this royal volcano. 'I myself am the instrument of the Lord,' says Wilhelm. ''Without heeding the opinions of the day, I go my way, devoted solely to the prosperity and peaceful development of the Fatherland.' Here we' have the Kaiser as a humorist — something nevvV He is devoted solely to the.rceaceful development of the Father land. Yet in the same speech he- says, ' We must always keep our armaments j ready, and in perfection in view of the vast progress made by neighboring Powei's.' Referring to liis grandfather's connec tion with Koenigsberg, the Kaiser said 'Here he placed the Crown of Prussia upon his own head. It was conferred by the grace of God alone, not by Parlia ments or popular decisions. He was the chosen instrument of Heaven.' This can hardly be the utterance of a sane man — a ruler and an emperor. If the Crown of Prussia was placed upon the h...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PECULIAR STRIKE PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PECULIAR STRIKE PROCEEDINGS. The strike that occurred a few weeks ago at Simpson's iron and tin manufac turing works has given rise to complica tions that would form the basis of a com edy, although they may have somewhat of a tragic effect so far as the workers ai-e concerned. The employees were induced to go back to work on the strength of the fact that both parties had agreed to sub mit the settlement, of the whole matter to the Board of Conciliation, and to abide by the decision of that tribunal. This board, as previously stated, is a voluntary Court of Arbitration which can only be brought into action by consent of both sides in a dispute. That consent having been gained everybody rejoiced that the trouble was practically settled, and there was a gen eral feeling of satisfaction and of corifi dencev that the decision of the board would do justice to the workers. The case had not progressed far, however, when Mr. Simpson withdrew, the consent he had given to the...

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SOMETHING ABOUT FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT FINANCE. Figures arc wearisome, we know, to the average reader. But in this our day, when those who would sei've their country best must be equipped with ^accurate knowledge, figures cannot be dispensed with altogether. . Under our democratic Constitution every Labor! t« is a possible parliamentar ian, and as finance plays an important and ever-increasing part in modern poli tical warfare, it behoves all of us to in crease our efficiency as Labor soldiers by familiarising ourselves with the use of the necessary weapons. Labor can no longer i-ely on sentiment and generalisations. The most eloquent denouncer of human wrongs, the most skilful painter of scul-stlrringr social con trasts, is now required to prove that he is something more than a preacher. He must be able to take hold of the practical part of politics; he must show that he can construct as well as destroy. It is no longer deemed sufficient that he shall be clothed with conviction; it is demanded of him, in...

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

/df '?'*~ttv ^om -McKmlay jj Qjk-^~ ? ^P^J The Only A.W.Ur i ^-w. -.^ 222 CastJereagh Street, i B. . TT SYDNEY. : Rheumatic Rings. Steel 2,6: Gold 7/6. (NEAR WORKER Post Free. OFFICE.) SHEARERS RUSH TO HENDERSON'S CARBINE CYCLE FACTORY, at 40 and 42 PARK STREET, Each Year and Obtain Best Value in Bicycles or Accessories. ' HENDERSON'S Specialise in SHEARERS' REQUIREMENTS. WRITE FOR FREE LISTS. MISERY FOB YEARS WITH INDIGESTION. f ?— ? o ? , ? A Constant Sufferer teil§ how She was Cured* ... ': ? . ? ♦ ? ! ? After suffering1 severe attacks of In digestion, after almost every meal, for years, Mrs. M. Shorter, of Toowoomba, Queensland, tried the tonic treatment, whibh aims at increasing the /strength of the stomach so that it can digest food .... properly. Her experience was remark able, for she found speedy relief, and can now, for the first time in many years, eat an ordinary meal ?with comfort. Mrs. Shorter, who lives in Mort-st!, stated: — 'For many years I had been troubled with I...

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IRISH—My Irish Molly O! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

IRISH.— My Irish Molly 01 J' , , O who is that poor foreigner that lately' came to. town, ? - And like a ghost that cannot rcst- still wanders up and down? . - A poor., unhappy Scottish youth ;~if more you wish to know, His heart .is breaking all for love*, of Irish Molly O! She's modest, mild, and beautiful, the' .... fairest J. have known, . ?*.??? The primrose of Iftland,' all blooming .- . here alone — . '' ?' ; :- The primrose of Ireland, for»where so e'er I go . ' - .' The only one entices me' is Irish Molly O! When Molly's father 'heard of ' it, a solemn /oath he swore, That if she'd wed a foreigner he'd never see her .more;. . \ He sent for young MacDonald, and he .plainly told 'him so — . '' 'I'll never give to such as you my Irish Molly O!' She's modest, etc. MacDonald heard, the heavy news, and grievously did say, ? 'Farewell, my lovely Molly, since I'm banished far away; __ A. poor forlorn, pilgrim I must wander to and froj -? And all for the sake of my Irish Molly O!' S...

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WILL DYSON [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

? WILL. DYSON, Tho .^London 'World,' in a glowing half-column, announces that ' Mr. Wil liam Dyson^ (''Emu'), the brilliant young Australian 'cartoonist, has become a mem ber of ' The World '..staff.' It is further written that ''Emu' will collaborate, in the future, with' 'Spy 'and ' Se'm,'. in the series of weekly cartoons which ' Spy ' inaugurated last January, and to which he will continue' to contribute the great majority. These three will form a sovl of artistic triumvirate, unique in the historiy. of journalism, for the stylv of- each of the three is individual to d degree, and- they wilt deal with a widely various range.- of subjects, drawn both from England and abroad. Many years ago the public hailed 'Spy' as 'Ape's' understudy; yet he was in no sense his imitator, for he, founded '-& 'school' of his own and has maintained, it unchallenged ever since... ' Emu ' stands in much the same relation, to 'Spy'; his \yoi'k will mark a new crii in, English oai-ieature, and ...

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THE WADE GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION. VIEWS OF TEACHERS—WHY THEY SHOULD VOTE LABOR. EDUCATION AND THE BOTTOM DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

THE WADE G0VERNUT AND EDUCATION. VIEWS OF TEACHERS. -WHY THEY SHOULD VOTE LABOR:' EDUCATION AND THE BOTTOM DOG. Dear Worker,— 7 'The supporters of the Wade Ministry are raising a pre-election paean regard ing certain alleged educational reforms carried out under the supervision of Charles Gregory the Great Humbug, and. his dismal lieutenant from the Glebe. The purely nominal primary school fees have been abolished. Certain teachers in the lower grades of the services-have received a slight increase in salary, amounting in some instances to nearly 5s. per week. A scheme for secondary education is about to be promulgated; and, finally, at the end of last financial year quite a respect able-surplus has been nanded back to the Treasury. On paper this looks well. Voiced by platitude-mongering bluffers of the public, it sounds well. Yet' the working, man with a small wage and a large* family is still faced by the same old problems when it comes to a question1 of giving his ' offspring .a ...

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

WIAINLY POLITICAL The 'literary 'side of . the Liberals Jtion campaign inN.S.W. is being con ducted by 'Banjo' Paterson, the al leged democratic versifier. # * * -The Senate Is really a farce, but it has, at any rate, the authority of the ! people,' and -that's something the Legisla tive Councils cannot claim.'-J. R. Dacey. Prom Queensland ' Hansar^ (Premier Kidston speaking):—' ' . _ f Mr. o;Suljivan (interjecting) : .That is. your opinion. - ; ?' The Premier: Whose .opinion should I express ' but my own? ... Mr Mann: The ' Courier's.' ? - ? iff 'IT ~ - -Federal; Land Tax.. Senator Simon Fraser's Opinion. Will .Cause Ruination. Melbourne,: Wednesday.— At , a. meeting of shareholders in the Squatting Investment Company, to-day, Senator Simon Fraser ___,' But, there is no need to quote any more. Simon Fraser and the Squatting Investment Company. Simon— Sim ? . .We'll let it go at that. ?-?' ??'*.??? In reply to Bruce Smith: last week, the prime Minister said that negotiations re gard...

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RAILWAY WORKERS AND GENERAL LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

RAILWAY WORKERS AND GEIEStAL LABORERS. Mr. Dan O'Sullivan, general secretary of the Railway Workers and General La borers' Association, writes from Clarence Tunnel: — A meeting of the executive of the association was held on Friday night, Mr. Hugh Gallagher presiding. Organizer Bodkin wrote drawing attention to the Commissioners' refusal to shoe horses at Mt. Victoria deviation, although this had been a customary thing at Clarence. The secretary was instructed to bring the matter under the notice of the Chief Com missioner. The organizer also drew at tention to the threatened strike of horse drivers at the Mount. A letter was re ceived from- J. M. I-Iooke, solicitor, Dun- i gog1, forwarding counsel's opinion relative to the stoppage of Cd. per week from the men's wages for medical purposes. It was resolved to carry out the instruc tions contained therein, a.nd tho secretary was instructed to communicate with the contractors in .regard to the matter. Mr. A. R Dixon, secretary of the ...

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IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LONGER SITTINGS DETERMINED ON. NEW INCIDENCE OF THE LAND TAX [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ? $- ? LONGER SITTINGS DETERMINED ON. -,y: ? ? NEW INCIDENCE OF THE LAND TAX Sir Robert Best, reject of the Senate, but now elect of Kooyon§r, V., has taken his seat in the House of Representatives. He makes the twelfth lawyer in the rankg of the Opposition— there is 'standing room only' for laymen. Bills emerging from the Reps, ought to be legally uphol stered in quite the correct style, seeing the large number of technicality merchants the Opposition boast of. and then- claim to be doing- their work of examination most thoroughly. Professions and perform-' ances are two different things, however, The Opposition, whilst pretending to be studiously watchful of every Jpill that comes before them, have not ventured on openly obstructive tactics, although the debates on their part have -for the most part assumed a gait_that can only be de scribed as ' dawdling.' The Government are. not satisfied with the progress being made and are determined that there mu...

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