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LABOR CARTOONS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

[?] HUNGER. Will he occupy the vacant throne? : — From 'Novi Satirikon,' Petrograd. THE CANNON, GOD OF DEATH. 'Dear soul! You are the only one I love to kiss on the mouth!' crFrom 'La Baionnette,' Paris. The reckoning. THE SOLDIER: 'Hold on there, Moneybags; you're not going to get away with all the fruits. These men want their jobs back, and you've got to provide them.'' : — 'Queensland Worker.' THE SAME OLD GAME. — 'Queensland Worker.' THE PROFITEER'S DREAM OF CALVARY. — 'Sydney Worker.' GOOD MORNING! HAVE YOU HAD YOUR SPRAY? — 'Sydney Worker.'

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Protest. (Copy.) March 29. 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

A Protest. (Copy.) March 29. 1919. The Hon. W. A. Holman, Premier, State of N.S.W. Greeting,— J I am instructed by my Council to .or v/ard to you and to. the press of Sydney the following resolution adopted by my Council at its meeting on Monday even Iner. March 24. 1919 and to exnress the hope that the appointment be cancelled at an early date: Resolution — 'That a letter be sent to all newspapers, in connection with the ap pointment of Mr. Marks as Public Service Commissioner, making an emphatic pro test against such appointment.' It is with the terms and mode of ap pointment that we take exception, and not to Mr. Marks personally. JOHN B. STEEL, Gen. Sec, Sons of Australia.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Antiquated Authorities. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

Antiquated Authorities. Sydney 'Evening News,' after handing out 'kid-stakes' on a shovel to Labor Party Leader John Storey for his 'mode- ration' in seeking to get the Movement to 'return to political action' (which by the way 'it has never left), proceeds to point out that Sir George Grey and Sir Henry Parkea recommended that line of action some thirty years ago. Well, Grey was a fine old Democrat i^ his day, and Farkes was good in patches, but the world has travelled some distance in 30 years, and it is more to the point to tell us what those men would say now if they were with us in all their old men tal vigor. Karl Marx made some important state ments over seventy years ago, while De mosthenes, Socrates and others had some thing to say even earlier. The Rule of the Dead Hand has no sway these times. PLEBS.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Funking the 'Flu. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

Funking the 'Flu. Owirig to 'the serious spread of the in fluenza epidemic throughout the metro politan area, the hospitals are quite un able to receive all the patients, and hun dreds are being treated in their homes. The daily papers are making fervid ap peals for hundreds of voluntary workers to assist the nurses by caring for children, bringing comforts to patients, etc. They are also begging for the loan of motor cars and sulkies to run the nurses round on their visits. In this connection the 'S. M. Herald' states that some nurses are visiting as many as 50 cases a day ON FOOT. We desire to give the utmost praise and gratitude to the splendid women who are devoting their strength and talents to this work of mercy, but why the need to pub lish appeals for more assistance? For long- years of warfare this city has been deluged with patriotism from the lips' of countless ladies in high places and their gallant husbands of ample girth. How we glowed with pride at the daunt less cour...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mystery of the Shuffle Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

The Mystery of the Shuffle Trinity. It is estimated there will be 80,000 New South Wales repatriated, soldiers by the next Federal and New South Wales general elections, therefore it is not a wonder that the State and the Federal moribund Governments should cast their eyes about for some device to capture and enmesh by ruse, false sentiment, camouflage, and engendered hate toward the civil population as many of them as they can in the interest of the capitalist class for whom they work and plot to down the working class. The methods adopted have been to divide them as a body by promoting dissension and forming cliques amongst the rank and file per medium of supposed moderates, who are nothing but traitors and Judases to the Labor Movement which they pretend to lead, whereas their doings are to wreck it and share the pieces of silver promised by former rene gades in case they should fail or be found out. After 'winning the war' the Nationalist politicians find themselves discredited ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Will the Workers of England Pay? The Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

? i ? - Will the Workers of England Pay? The Editor, 'Labor News.' Largely as a result of the war, Eng land's national debt is somewhere in the vicinity of £8,000,000,000, so we are told. How is the interest on this enormous sum to be paid; or is it going to be paid? At 4 per cent, the annual interest would be £320,000,000; at 5 oer cent. £400,000,000. Just prior to the conflict England's na tional debt was about £800,000,000, and much of this was incurred on reproductive undertakings. With the present liability ten times as great, what have we to show for it? Nothing but thousands of crip pled wage-earners, of widows to whom pensions must be paid, and about a mil lion of our best wealth producers killed. Over seven thousand millions of money blown away in smoke. Only the reek of gunpowder and a depleted army of 'work- ers have we purchased with this deadly loss of lives and money. Before the war, however, there were ten millions of the working class of England on the verge of starv...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONKAPARINGA ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

ONKAPARINGA ACCEPTANCES. The following are the principal accept ances for the Onkaparinga Easter meet ing:— Onkaparihga Cup, one inlie and three furlongs. — Wee Gun 9.11, Melbolt 8.12, Kingbier (inc. 71b. pen.) 8.12, Scots Jean S.7, Opera Bouffe 8.3, Dependence (inc. 71b. pen.) 8.3, Tfee Toff (N.Z.) 8.2, Shacko 7.12, Passade 7.11, Royal Union 7.9, Min chinbury 7.7, Antos 7.5, Barracoon 7.2, Perform 7.0, Annexit 6.13, Batte Wood 6.7, Captain Sturt 6.7, Strathaird 6.7. Great Eastern Steeplechase, three and a quarter miles. — Tararu Jack (inc. 71b. pen). 13st, Murrangong 11.13, Devron 11.12, Fer rignite (inc. 5lb. pen.) 11.7, Doiran 11.4, Cordelier 11.0, Edinol 10.8, Jack Crusoe 10.7, Hawkwing 10.7, ftotn 10.12, Mooenbar 10.2, Coolong 10.0, Tenarzui 9.10, Sylvan Belle 9.10, Journeyman 9.9*. Wyreenut 9.9. Brewster 9.8, Fine Degree 9:5, Barrator 9.3, Sir Pistol 9.2, Poowong 9.0, Union Wire 9.0.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

HEAD OFFICE ^H^g^tr ? gyp^y, I OPEN FOR ALL CLAS6ES OF 0f, I General Banking Business ! inthe Principal Cities and Towns of Australiaand Rabaul (New Britain), j also London (2), and A.I.F. Camps in England. Savings Bank Department . j a.t all Branches, and SAVINGS BANK AQENCIE8 at 2776 Post Office* throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain, 8olomon Islands, and The Pacific . J JAMES KELL, 4 DEN ISO N MILLER, Deputy Governor 1919 . Governor I INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC BEAD THE LETTER OF APPRECIATION: — .. Hornsby, I The Manager, 14th April, 19'.9. I Gillard Gordon, Ltd., I Bridge Street, SYDNEY. 1 Sir,— I am glad to note that your Company Is doing good work in bringing 1 the value of Eucalyptus products before the public Just now. 1 For the past thirty years, during several epidemics of Influenza In various part* 1 of Australia, I have persistently advocated the Inhalation of Eucalyptus volatilised . I In conjunction with steam as a remedy for ' 'Flu.' | I have seen this treatment used succe...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reclaiming No Man's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

Jtedaiming No Man's Ljand. i At the outbreak of the present war the lljQuaker organisations -of the world re fUcorced an emphatic protest . against the isabsolute idiocy and flagrant immorality Bmot the whole business, and stated that all Bthe resources behind their organisation ffiv/ould be devoted to helping- the victims iof the war irrespective of race or nation l&lity. That promise has been nobly ful I filled, for in every belligerent country a I Quakers' League of Helpers has been es Itablished which has been doing splendid livork in a fashion which commands uni Ivcrsal respect and admiration. One of ?the problems of war which has deeply ?exercised the minds of statesmen and ?scientists alike is the area known 'as 'No IMah's Land,' which for years lay be tween the Germans and the Allied armies j'-'i France. This long,, narrow strip of [ ?rritory has been torn to pieces with high [explosives and repeatedly deluged with [floods of poisoned gas until the features Iof the o...

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 — 19 April 1919

[?] THE TURF. Sammy McDonald, the leading jockey on Sydney pony courses, at one time tipped the beam at 12st. 21b. When coming back into the game he purchased a sweating chamber, fitted with a patent apparatus, ?which, coupled with plenty of walking exercise, enabled him to get down to his present weight, 7st. 101b. The Kensing ton trainer, D. C. Collins, was mainly re sponsible for McDonald's 'comeback,' in asmuch as he took him in hand when all liope of his getting down to a reasonable ?weight seemed impossible. McDonald has ridden twenty winners since August, and ?finished up with four victories at Rose foery on Saturday week. ♦ # ♦ F. J. O'Connor, welt known on Sydney metropolitan courses, has accepted an en gagement to ride in Singapore for Mr. George Redfearn, late of Victoria. * * « The Randwick trainer, R. O'Connor, has supplemented his string by the addition of The Fortune Hunter, previously trained |»y his owner, J. A. Mayo. # ♦ * Yearling sales will be conducted in Sydney...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUND THE SHOWS STORY OR STAR? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

I ROUND THE SHOWS (By JANE SIDDONS.) ? STORY OR STAR? '? Will the story or the star be the feature' In the moving picture when the foreign ; markets open, again? It is a question ?which is puzzling- a lot ' of people in {America, especially those stars who have relied on their beauty for their popularity. Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin are taking no risks, and have both decided to get good material for their pictures. Chap lin, who arranges most, of his own work, generally has 'meat' in his pictures, though his acrobatic feats carry them ^through eventually. Mary Pickford has often played in the most stupid melo , 'dramas. Do you remember that awful 'Little American?' Then there was a Scotch picture in which Mary did little else but shake her bonny curls. Since her success in Stella Maris, however, she is determined only to play in good story films. No actress of the screens ever gave a greater performance than the same little Mary as Unity Blake, in 'Stella Maris,'' though poor ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

GET BEHIND 'THE LABOR NEWS' AND PUSH it AT YOUR MEETINGS.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Daughter's Letter [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

[?] Dear Mother, — Wearied by the eternal 'flu, I picked up one of the Tory morning papers the other day, and here is one piece of wild information I culled from a leader: 'The paramount need of this land is popu lation, and we must take advantage of the migratory movements which follow all great wars to direct into Australia a stream of immigration, that will do much to remove the menace which attends our empty spaces. . . Some of the people in the city must go back to the land.' Exactly! And to balance the statement almost on the next page you read that within ten years cottage rentals have ad vanced 20 per cent. ' What ig the poor landlord going to do if people begin moving out on to the land? It is perhaps a fact that we should all go back to the land, that is, keep moving out until a city becomes an elastic thing, and the whole country is one green town, with open spaces where children can breathe good air, and influenza germs have no chance of life. But that would never do for...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Out of a Job—Still They Go. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

? ~ ? * ? -!- Out of a Job— Still They Go. The King of Servia, Peter Kara-George-i vitch, has, according to latest cables, been' given the noble order of the sack. This King got his crown by very ques'4 tionable means. While living somewhere! in exile his friends in Servia hatched ai plot aganst the then reigning monarchy King Alexander, and his wife, Queen' Draga, murdered them while in their nighij attire, and threw their bodies out of thei Royai Palace windows into -the stones paved courtyard below. The conspirator^ then proclaimed the absent Peter as King* and invited him to come along quickly] and step up on the blood-stained throne* which PeteT promptly did. How far the murdered King and his wife' deserved their tragic fate is not generally? known, neither does the world know hoyfj far the new King was implicated in the! plot. The revolting cruelty of 'the savage deedj so far outraged civilised sentiment, hoTOX . ever, that the other monarchs turned the] cold shoulder on Peter...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

[?] WET OR FINE There will be no postponement of the Great Auction Sale of the HERNE BAY ESTATE GREAT SALT PAN on EASTER MONDAY, AT 2.15 The Estate is only a short run from Penshurst^or HurstviHe Station, and on Monday Free Motor 'Biss.es will run from 10 a.m. LARGE MARQUEE AND HOT WATER FREE. Tlio Famous Returned Soldiers' Band will render Programme of Music from 12 o'clock. REMEMBER 90 SPLENDID FARMLETS, 1 to 2 Acres. A MILE OF WATER FRONTAGES. £2 DEPOSIT, £1 MONTH FARMLETS 60 MONTHLY PAYMENTS WATER FRONTAGES. IT WILL BE A BUYERS' HARVEST ON MONDAY, H. W. HORNING & CO., LTD. 16 MOORE STREET, SYDNEY

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Verandah GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

W^Mkmm^M : GREEN. ? If you look across Hyde Park on a grey day of early spring, you will see behind the towering mass of the 'Daily Tele graph' building the spire of the Church of St. James flashing in slender green against the curtain of cloud. If rain has lately fallen, it will shine with a purer lustre; and if the sun looks out after the shower while the north-east is still black with storm, you will have a vision of a jewel-cross on a tapering prism of aqua marine so fairy light that it seems as if carved of the air itself. Three lines of green fire lifting' triumphantly the em blem of God's victory over the trade mud that swishes from the wheels of the cars below! The city seldom sees that cross. It sel dom lifts its eyes to the roof line. If it did, a few architects of sky-soaring rab bit-hutches would probably be lynched in George-street, and a few more prayers of aspiration would rise from shy, secret altars to the no-gods that are the all god. But Mr. Peters, of the shabby ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

Labor in South Africa. Letters dated March 1 and 10 from Serif ator John J. Ware, an old ex- Sydney res^J dent, and a Labor member of the South] African Union Parliament, have just been! received by Mr. John Bailey, M.L.A. j Senator Ware states that, after wastinp a whole fortnight on discussing the ques4 tion of 'loyalty,' the resolution in favor? of same was carried by 76 to 24. ? i Toe Senator notes a fact very much IS evidence in Australia as in Africa, that? 'patriotism is all very well in its way1* but is often used to cloak scoundrelisml of the deepest dye.' He says: 'There irf a section here who wag the flag on every) possible occasion, and when they get you^ . gaze concentrated on it they put thei^ hands in your pockets and rob you in'thJj daylight.' t. ? We fancy these people referred to fij South Africa have thousands of blood reV lations all over Australia. ' Of the two by-elections recently hefoj in South Africa, the Newlands seat was] lost to Labor by 360, but the East...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

THE STORY OF A LOST PLANET A satirical story of Capitalism and Capitalist Militarism. PRICE 6d. From McNamara's, 221 Castle reagh-streetr Morris1, isi Liverpool-street: or direct from the Author, ». Healy, 142 Burton street, Darlingiiurat. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF ' SYDNEY. POSITIONS VACANT. A PPLICATIONS wUl be received by th© £\. undersigned for the following positions m the Service of the City Council:— . (a) WOMAN PATROL for work in City Parks, the rate of pay being £3/10/ per week, for shifts of eight hours per day and six days per week. Applicants should not be Jess than twenty-five years of age, and not more than forty years -of age, ana o* strong physique. 7 . (b) TEMPORARY BOILER MAKER for a period of not more than Bix months, , the rate of pay being 16/4 per day™^ Applications in respect of (a) to »e mad« In applicant's own handwriting, stating- age, ?55SFi?n-2l' 'and qualifications, and enclosing COPIES ONLY of testimonials, and returned to reach the undersigned NOT LATER THA...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Whom It May Concern. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

To Whom It May Concern. He who gives Labor news to the Tory press without authority— * He who discloses matters in dispute or repeats the hasty word of offence He who pours public ridicule upon- his fellow Unionist or Laborlte— He who gets into the limelight of press publicity to gratify vanity or vindictive ness — He who magnifies faults and errors and depreciates honest effort— ? Each and all of these are—: 1. Doing the Capitalists' dirty work for nothing. 2. Putting: back the cause of Human Pro gress. 3. Delaying the overthrow of Capitalism. 4. Destroying harmony and disrupting the Movement, 5. Driving earnest men to despair of the Future. 6. Encouraging the Heathen in his blind ness, 7. Making the wicked to gloat in triumph over their iniquities. If these things are not more dangerous than scabbing, what is? ADREM LOQUI.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. NEPEAN PEDERAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919

MEETINGS. NEPEAN FEDERAL COUNCIL. That, in the opinion of this Council, the time has now come for the Australian Labor Party to declare straight out its adherence to Socialism, and the abolition of the capitalistic system. This was carried with only one dis sentient. L. FUBBS. Press Secretary.

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