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

INDIGESTION AND THE REMEDY. 'The first essential to good health is sound digestion. If, however, your food does not digest and assimilate, at causes pain and sickness, creating heai*tburn. and flatulency, palpitation, sour stomach, and inevitably causes constipation, headache, ?and nervousness. That Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a valuable remedy is well illustrated in the following case: — 'lam only too pleased to. tell you that I think Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a wonderful remedy for Indigestion,' writes Mrs? Annie Birch, 10 Aliens Street, -~ Pyrmont, Sydney. 4$§liliii§iPi§ii&* ' For years I was /f^^^^^^^^^^^^ subject to severe I||§i|p *^ ^Isiglif become quite rare. *«ll?'-S55?Sik w3§- fiHw -^ times I had |ps Vy| 18^' ^Sp excruciating pains Y a VI behind the shoul V *t'^«^ J -jer blades, deep jBL ~ Jt , pression, and felt ^»J^ ?*-f/ entirely unable to '~ ^^^^^^^^^ felt irritabl0 an(3 **w£i&lfl^ ally. I took many Mrs, A. Birch. kinds of anedi From a phot...

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

.WRITERS AND WRITINGS. . 'Eros!' Eros. Wins!' by F. Agar, is . summarised on the cover as 'a rattling', racing yarn showing both sides . of the game.'- The racing' incidents are placed on courses around. Sydney and further out, and are entwined with.other'matters that keep the story going. There are four illus- . ? trations by Percy F. S..Spence. (Bookstall Series; Is., postage 3d.) # * * 'A- Commonwealth Bank and Note Issue' is a pamphlet reporting an ad dress by James Mirams. Mr. Mirams ad vocates an extension of the Labor party's idea of a Commonwealth note issue. Incidentally he has something to say. on certain -criticisms as to his fitness to deal with -the subject. The pamphlet is obtainable at 2d. posted from J. C. . BuscalJ, secretary Essendon branch P.L.C., 24 Railway- Crescent, Moonee Ponds, ; V. Proceeds of sale go to propaganda work. # # ' * 'Brennan's Patent Compound Switches for Mixed Railway Gauges,' by W. F. Brennan, outlines a method of getting over the ' broken gau...

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

September. How many springs dost thou remember Have birth From thee, Omorning-isouled Septembei Since first the various hours. . Crept round the earth, And earth turned into flowers? —Sydney Jephcott: 'The Secrets' oi the South'; 1892.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

MINES AND MINERS. A. ? ; Paul Bros., working on the Cherry Wood reef at Myrtleford, V., recently had crushed 32 tons lor.a yield of 35oz. gold. * _ : .# *?''-.? From a new mineral vein' in the Hawk ins Hill, N.S.W.,- reward mine, six tons were reported ro have bee'n crushed last week fora return of 24oz. of gold. #?-?«.* At the Sulphide Corporation's Cockle Creek works, during last weeks the ore treated yielded 1055oz. gold, 19,622oz. sil ver, and 356 tons lead. * «? # At Bendoc, N.S.W.,' on Saturday, Richardson and Party obtained a return of 142 oz. of gold from 40 tons of stone taken from their mine. * # ' ?? # Mining prospects, generally, are im proving in the Creswick district, V. The alluvial mines are showing up better, and several parties are at present actively prospecting reefs around the town. * « # ;. . The gold yield of Western Australia for July vvus 123,750o-i., or 3328oz. less than for July, 1909. For the first six months of the year the total return was 729,118oz., a...

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TO FIGHT THE RURAL WORKERS' UNION. CALLOUS FARMER'S COLD-BLOODED STATEMENT. Justified in Shooting Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

TO FIGHT THE RURAL WORKERS' UNION. 'CALLOUS FARMER'S COLD-BLOODED STATEMENT.' ? ? ' .; Justified in Shooting Them. , On the Upper Manning the workers are not the only Unionists. Speaking at Wingham, at a meeting of the Upper Manning- Agricultural and Horticultural Association, the president (Mr. J. I-I. Cameron) referred to what lie contended would eventually -be the 'outcome of the Rural Workers'. Union, li; was high time, he said, that the farmers and settlers 'organized in order to protect them selves,'- and the only effective way in which they could accomplish' that end was to meet organization with organiza tion. Those who were depending on the land for ' a living' should work unitedly together to induce Parliament to remit the clause giving- preference to Union ists. He quoted the 'Farmer ? and Settler' on the subject, and pointed- to the benefit to be' derived by joining 'the Farmers and Settlers' Association. 'Alone we can agitate, organized we cutv compel,' was the burden o...

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VICTORIA-TASMANIA A.M.E.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

VICTORIA-TASMANIA A.M.E.A. The Executive Council of the Victorian Tiasmanian Amalgamated Mining Em ployees' Association met at Bendigo. Trades Hall on' Friday,,^26th ult. Presi dent Gibney in the chair. The officers' report relative to affiliation with the Political Labor Council pointed out the necessity for taking definite ac ?tion as to the manner in which levies were to .bo paid for the remainder of the term. It was agreed' to act on a previous reso lution, providing that the levies .should be paid out of the general funds. It was decided to strongly support mem bers of Parliament in refusing to sanction the action of the Minister of Mines in. the matter of tho abolition of Mining Boards. A resolution' was carried that registra tion under tho Trades' Union 'Act 'be with drawn, and that the action of the officers in agreeing with the Government's pro posal to establish a general instead of district boards in' connection with Miners' Wages Boards, be endorsed. The appoint ment of....

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAINED TO CRIMINALS. STRIKE LEADER'S REVELATIONS Prison Official's Report Contradicted. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

OHAINEO TO^GRIMiNALS. STRIKE LEADER'S REVELATIONS Prison Official's Report Contradicted. The reply of Mr. Andrew Gray, the strike prisoner, to the denial of prison of ficials as to his chaining to a notorious criminal, places the Government and the jail authorities in an awkward position. According to Comptroller-General Mac farlane, the reports of the Governor of Darlinghurst Jail and the escort officer of Andrew Gray from Darlinghurst to Ba thurst Prison, stated positively that pris oner Gray 'was not chained to any notori ous criminal.' But further in the report of Mr. Macforlane it was admitted that the three first-class prisoners were leg ironed, and the five second-class ' were each handcuffed by one hand to a light marching chain.' This, according to Mr. Macfarlane.'was not chaining Mr. Gray to any notorious criminal. In support of this is attached the report of Warder John Ban1, who repeated Mr. Macfarlane's de nial. This warder stated that Mr. Gray was attached to the light...

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

I OF KIDNEY DISEASE. ? Kidney disease often gets a dan- ,/^ik - gerous grip of the sufferer before 'r^&sbr*^ i he understands what is the matter V(i:!^^a *\*^ri'j j with him. It may have been grow- — ^—-m^-Tvo. /^v */Lh^ j ing in the system for years, and all j||§|||ft|| ^O, 1 .jj '/^fil the time he has put it down to the SHgBflF-'' 'jfcli ? / B I wrong cause, and used the wrong !§|f|pl ^^sV-^* |§§ \ kind of medicine. Then, suddenly, ^^^^'^ll^^^^j ISM the complaint turns to stone in the llp^J V ^«gg^|P||| ^S kidneys, dropsy, lumbago, and tor- |||||j I^BhhBSI fiBl turing urinary disorders. The kid- Hll \ ^^^^S f ^^S cell, and lose their power of filter- \ vh / ing the blood — and when the blood -sT^S J&?2\}' i is not properly filtered the whole /J^^f) ^^Xt^t^ ** body is being slowly poisoned. If I^^31*8^5^ J^Y you have kidney or bladder trouble )£y^^° *-£? you will notice that the urine is cloudy, sandy, difficult to pass or out of control. You get up in the morning w...

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

The Chemist fumbled at the shelf, His thought were very much of self, ' This substitute will bring more pelf, I'll offer this brand to her.' The lady smiled and shook her head, ' No other brand will do instead, Excuse mo, Sir! I plainly said The Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.'

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

m^fg., ? .^?Mirj^«»e!»iiii.M^-«l»'STC«»TrTirrTfT*'T'-'*ITf-l^^~'''ii*a- offered in Our Exchange Department Can Challenge Comparison with New Instruments sold elsewhere. We offer you exceptionally good pianos at low prices, and on the Easiest Terms in the State. _ » . « CALL & SELECT f^^flf^KsK FROM THE j OrillSSl FOLLOWING— j _^_ BRINSMEAD, I P{ftnn MIGNON, VICTOR, T^^-^A SCHWECHTEN, t A S, RONISCH, „ Ijtd. And Numerous i Others. 9 Barrack-street, Sydney. j Nature will throw off a lot ^f ilisease, provided you give her a chance. Keep your system sweet and clean by the use of a good Enema' It's when im purities are retained in the aystem that trouble commences — and often a. serious, but preventable illness is the result. Perfection Enemas are perfectly new goods, j Kuaranteadniot to be per | ished in any way. Write ] for yours to-day. ! Perfection Ho. 1 7/6, post freo j f (Physicians' Antiseptic) ( Perfection No. 2 6/5, post free \ Perfection No. 3 4/-, po9t freo PI Tha 1857...

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MARRIAGE AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

MARRIAGE AGENCIES.' Charges against ministers of religion for the alleged, celebration of marriages of minors have been engaging—the atten tion of the Sydney Central Court for some time. . The Rev. Alfred Rivett, of the Whitefield Congregational Church, was so charged, and the Rev. George Hay \s;as charged with abetting Rivett. The evi dence showed that the wife in question was only 15 years and 9 months old. The -case was adjourned. ; ' ? ;

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

[NEWS OF THE WEEK* . -. ? ▲ ? _ The bread trade in Broken Hill is still unsettled. No fewer than four new theatres are being erected in Sydney. Frime Minister Fisher will spend two or three weeks in South Africa. The death is announced of Henry Ward, a Parkes pioneer. James Devlin, 70, was found dead with a strap around his neck at Redfern. John Woolbank, 89, who had resided in the Molong district for 74 years, died last week. Dead in his S3rcl year, JJean vunue, ul East Melbourne. He left a widow and 11 children. T B Gall, a well ' known Adelaide solicitor, expired suddenly while having lunch in the city. Samuel Lyons, who sat in the third and fifth Parliaments of N.S.W., died at Leura last week, aged 84. ^ .- - After entering his hundredth year, John Willson died at Woolloomooloo. He .had. lived in the same house for 66 years. Oswald Merrin, 42, a Hurstville poultry farmer, who lived alone, was burnt to death through his cottage catching fire. John Davey, . an elderly man, was. kn...

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HOLMAN KILLS THE BILL A SPEECH WHICH COULD NOT BE ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

y A SPEECH WHICH COULD ftQT BE ANSWERED. Mr. I-Iolman delivered- a telling speech on the Constitutional Reform Referendum Bill in its committee stage. He dealt par ticularly with the extraordinary nature of the proposals of the Government with regard to the future of the Legislative Council, and his speech was so unanswer able that the Government promptly drop ped the bill.- If we had had any one ad vantage in N.S.W. in our political affairs which had been denied to other States, and to the Commonwealth, it was derived from the fact that we possessed a Sec ond Chamber which, with all its faults, was an imitation of the Second Chamber in ihe Bi-itish Constitution, and it could 'be made amenable to the democratic ma jority In the same way as the House of Lords could be under the British Con stitution.. What was it that prevented the Legislative Assembly being a serious obstacle to' the expression of popular will but the power of swamping the Upper Chamber if it ever offered strong opp...

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

SUITES OF AMETHYST \ ^v.. NEW ART DESIGNS. a I ^5^_ Gold Necklet, three amethysts, half-pearls, £2 2S. Patent Screw J? j i ^^^_ Earrings, 15ct. gold, two amethysts, pearl centre, 21s. Jr j ^^W W .T PiROTTn 187 Pitt-st., near jfT i '%s&j5_^3«t. O. XTJElKJU U, Kins-st., Sjdney ^^s^ i WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS IN OUR COLUMNS, ALWAYS MENTION THE W©RKBR, . ? IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO 0 U RS, JJ rTS^-\_ JL/Jyy JL JL K7LML* There is'-nothing in which a girl or boy takes greater delight tiian picture ij taking. And you yourself will take pleasure in using, a Kodak. There are so many il occasions upon which you will find it useful, and, you know, there is no pastime A more absorbingly interesting or simpler. A With a Kodak there is, of course, no dark room required for loading, unloHflin:?, ij developing or finishing. It's daylight all the way, and you are interested all the I J time. . . I For yourself you can invest in a Kodak at from 2G/- up; and for the children I y...

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ANOTHER STEAMER FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ANOTHER STEAMER FIRE. Fires on steamers have been frequent lately^ the latest having happened oh the Indrani at Newcastle. It started in tho bunkers, the steamer having just loaded a coal cargo. Explosions of gas occurred, but by the aid of splendid work on the pai-t of the fire brigade the outbreak was overcome. , . ? _A ?

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BOY CHARGED WITH MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

BOY CHARGED WITH MURDER.' Francis James /XTarshall, '- 17,- was charged at Sydney Criminal Court- with having murdered Albert George Case bourne, a. boilermaker, at Surry I-Iills. .The evidence showed -that' deceased had terrified and bullied the boy's family. .fin sehhiirnG threatened the boy and made for him, and was shot. 'He- called me a . ? and came at me,' said the. boy. ' I; told him to. keep back, but he still came on, and I shot him with a pea rifle.' N The lad was found not guilty, and was -discharged. - ?-.- - -' . ? Tho Widows' Fund Buildings in Ade laide were sold at auction for £16,000. Tho estate of the late. Andrew Faithfull Gibson, grazier, is valued at. £42,330. The death Is announced of Rev. Joseph Beale, a well-known Methodist minister. ? The array of draught horses at the Melbourne Show this week is said to be the finest ever seen in Australia. The Attorney-General, Mr. W. M. Hughes, will act as Prime Minister during Mr. Fisher's absence in South Africa. Mrs. Mc...

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WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOB. : Abolition of the Legislative Council and the substitution therefor of the Initiative and Referendum. } Electoral reform to provide ? proper machinery for the - true representation of the people in Parliament. * Cessation of further sales of » Crown Lands. A proper system of Closer Settlement. Water Conservation and Irriga | tion. » Restriction of Public Borrow ► ing'. State Bank. Graduated Land Tax. , Free Education. — Secondary, Technical, Universitj'. . Re-enactment of the Industrial Arbitration Act. ? The Zone System of Railway Fares and Freights. 'Regulation of Hours of Labor. Workers' Compensation. Nationalisation of Coal Mines.

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"IN THE SHADE." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

* * # ? 'IN THE SHADE.' [For The Worker.] If the contest were fought on fair, broad lines of policy, the: Government had nothing whatever to fear, and felt sure that the people would leave its slanderers ; for another three years in the shade.' — = N.S.W, Premier Wade at Burwood. , You've all sung 'In the Shade of the I Old Apple Tree.' Try this, to the same : music:— ....... The oracle his jaw is glibly swinging, The little Czar is babbling like a loon, For in hts ears the bells of doom are ; ringing— ?..'.' :. The workers will be heard from very , i soon! ; For they are up in arms against oppres sion, \ The mist that marred. their .vision rolls - away, . - : !When Labor comes at last into possession I 'New South,' my lads, -will' then no \ longer stay — f (Chorus.) V ^ the shade of the old Gallows Tree ; ' where the les-irori laws used tp be; , From the dark, deadly shade - . That's so dear still to Wfide - - ' .m October, thank God, we'll be free!. jouder far than the 'buzz of -t...

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

RABBITS. HARES. RABBITS. Rabbit and Hare Capture by the Bullocl System. The Pocketing Net is absolutely th- most ingenious instrument yet invented for Rcabbit and Hare Capture. Catches without injury- A 71b. net, 50 yards long with 50 pockets, will hold 250 rabbits; 18: rabbits actually caught in one net at ont haul. Price £2. A 5-pocket net, 6/9, anc a 10-pocket net, 10/9, sent anywhere posi free. Illustrated booklet forwarded on ap plication, and Counti-y Visitors are invitee to inspect. Offices and Factory: 197 HENDERSON ROAD, ALEXANDRIA IT'S I pg! PY RRQS 1 BiiLiLai Uliyvi p Sell Drapery and Men's and Boys' ra Clothing. H CHEAPER AND BETTER 1 than any other Store, || AND PAY ALL .CARRIAGE. g ?Thousands of Testimonials from de- m lighted Customers. gj HERE'S A BARGAIN. I OUR NEW DRESS PARCEL. 3 CARRIAGE ftC/. CARRIAGE || PAID £01' PAID 1 A full Dress Length of pretty stylish \ Voile; another Dress Length of Light £ Print; and another of dark useful t Cambric. A Skirt Length of Ca...

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

WATTLE JJAXLEAGUE. rill-IE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the J_ WATTLE DAY LEAGUE will be held at the KING'S HALL, PHILLIP ST., SIDNEY, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, fit 8 p.m. His Honor the Chief Justice, Miss Rose Seott J.' H. Maiden. Esrj., J. D. Fitzgerald, Esq., and others will .speak. The public are cordially invited. 1 *^° the Workers of Sydney and Suburbs. ' IF YOU WANT THE BEST BREAD, RING UP OF REDF£RN AND NBWTOWN, AND ASK FOR CART TO CALL. Telephones, 192 R. and 367 N. jj ASK YOUR STOREKEEPER FOP i A Linoleum Cream, Furniture Polls!-!, !j and Boot Palish combined. 'I If you cannot obtain it locally, send to I ! James Saady & Co., Ll-?., ! ! 3''0 and 328 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS ' IX OUT; COLUMNS Always Mention The Worker. IT 'WILL F.E TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO OURS. QJ&u off * ^dIJ(^/uf uHtijf&s u *& $ed-, THE SECRET OF ITS POPULARITY IS INSIDE EVERY BOTTLE. I

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