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EIGHT-HOURS' ANNIVERSARY. RECORD PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
? * — 9 EIGHT-HOURS' ANNIVERSARY. RECORD PROFIT. A sum of £1881 16s. 6d. has' been made available for distribution among- chari table institutions as the result of the late Eight-Hours' Anniversay demonstration. Che balance sheet, which was adopted at the last meeting of the committee, showed the receipts to have been,; £67ii/i4/8. The sale of art .union tickets realised A !£ 6109/4/4, and £183/16/10 was received from various amusements at the Exhibi tion Building on the day of the .fete. In ciudecl.in the expenditure of £4879/18/2 vr$&- £953 for art union prizes, £572/4/ for. advertising, £455/9/3 for sports ? prizes and amusements, and £417/5/6. for print ing, while £.300 was placed to the reserve. A total' of 32,060 tickets was sold by' the unions representing (less percentage) . !£1341/l7/7.-. The Timberyard and Saw mills' Employees'. Association were at the ;'iead of the sales account with 1828 tickets, the Boot Trade Employees' Fede-: ration next with 1G00, while the C...
SLAUGHTERMEN'S WAGES. PROPOSED LOG FOR EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
L SLAUGHTERMEN'S WAGES. ! PROPOSED LOG FOR' EXPORT TRADE. I The log of wages, hours, and other con - I ditions which the Butchers' Employees1 p Federation has decided shall, come into p operation from .August 22 in- connection If with slaughtering for export provide for It 48- hours per week on. piece-work.. Time |; of work not earlier than 7 a.m. or later fc than S a.m. to 5 p.m. on five, days and % to 12 noon on Saturday.--;-- One- hour is i allowed for meals and : 20 minutes for smoke-oh. If under special circumstan 1 cei men start after 8 a.m. 'all waiting -time is to be paid for at 2s. per hour or fraction thereof; slaughtermen to be notified the night before when- they will bo required to start next day. ;The price for slaughtering sheep or lambs for freez ing or export or ships' stores to be. 27s. 6d per 100; sheep slaughtered for potting or boiling clown 18s. per 100; preservers 20s. per 100. ' , . . -
SOME LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
SOME LABOR NOTES. Wages of builders' laborers at Geelong have been raised from Ss. a day to 9s. * # , * Mr. S. S. Sergeant has been elected president of the Lift Attendants' Union, with Messrs. Francisco and Foster vice presidents, Mr. /Booth (treasurer), and Mr. Lynch (secretary). ip «? fl? - Representatives have been appointed on the Agricultural Implement Wages Board as follows: — Messrs. W. G. Barger, D. Edwards, junr., F, Cliff, G. McKay, W. G. Gaston (employers,), J. Laird, C. Harding J. Lyons, J. J. Holland, and J. M. Smith (employees). N # ? # # A settlement has taken place of the dis pute between the management and work men at the Strezlecki mine, Korumburra. The trouble was occasioned at the outset by the company ordering that shovels should be -used instead of forks for filling the coal. An increased wage was offered, but the men did not consider it sufficient for the extra exertion. In a conference between representatives of tbo nornpany* and the management 8/4 was offer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
J0 LOOK AT THIS i r Wit'S^I'til Ssrael'a Groceries come Easily I ^^0' h ..pirst for- Quality £P Otieapness. ™.JZ~~^. A TRIAL ORDEI FLOUR. — Gillcspie's Anchor Brand or Brun ton's Best Ptoller, in 50lb. bags, 11/6 per 1001b.; in 1501b. sacks 11/3 per 1001b. TEA.— Golden Tip Ceyion, 1/-, 1/3, and 1/6 ,? Jper lb. Once tried always used. SUGAR.— C.S.R. Co.'s I.C.. 14/3 per 701b. bag; LA. or I.W., 14/6 per 701b. bag; Queensland Best White, 14/1. KEROSENE— Snowflake, 7/6 ,per case; Silver-light, 150 test, 7/3 per case. BAKING POWDER.— Good Luck Brand, SVad. per lb., or 121b. for 8/-; Rooster Brand. lOd. per lb.. or 121b. for 9/6.. CREAM TARTAR.— lOd. per lb., or 121b. for 9/9. CARB. SODA.— 101b. for 1/-. SAGO.— 141b. for 2/-. TAPIOCA.— 121bs. for 2/-. RICE,— 121bs. for 2/-. CANDLES.— Eureka (S in packet), 4d. per pkt, or 3/11 per doz. Apollo Brand, 5d. £er pkt., or 12 pkts. for 4/9. Israel's iight Medals, Finest Quality, 6^d. per lb., or 121bs. for 6/3. SOAP.— Rooster Brand, Finest Qualit...
PAINTERS' WAGES. BOARD DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
PAINTERS' WAGES. BOARD DETERMINATION, The new award~~which has been ar rived at by the painters' wages board, and which provides for a working week of 44 hours, comes into force on October 1. The 'following minimum rates of pay are provided:— 'Grainers, painters, paperhangers, and signwriters, Is. 3d. per hour, or 55s. per week of 44 hours. Apprentices.— First year's experience, 7s. 6d. per week; second year, 10s.; third, 12s. 6d.; fourth, 20s.; fifth, 25s.; sixth, 35s.; and thereafter- the /minimum wage. The working hours 'are to be 48 per week for the first two years, and 44 for the third and subsequent' years. . Improvers.— First year's experience, 6s. per week; second year, 9s.'; third, 12s.; fourth, 15sl; fifth, -20s:; sixth, 25s.; and thereafter the minimum -wage. The work ing hours are to be the same as those of apprentices.- -????..,-.?', ' ? Proportion of -Improvers.— The propor tion of improvers is fixed at one for every .six' or .fraction .of 'six employees receiving not ...
LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
LAY OF THE LANO. Over .15,000 acres of new ground have been put under wheat in the Temora, N.S.W., district this yeai-. * * * The rabbit trade around Molong, N.S.W., shows signs, of falling off. Last week only 526 crates, or 8416 pairs, w,ere sent away from the local railway station, which is only half the~quantity sent away weekly a month ago. *?*..«?? The council of the Sydney Royal Agri cultural Society 'has recommended that at future shows mares three years and over should not be allowed to compete unless a certificate of soundness was produced with each mare. ? ''? * # # ' Where do the bulrushes come from which line the drains carrying the* 'water away from artesian bores V' queries the 'S.M. Herald.' It is considered that the seeds may have been brought up from a i stratum of earth in which they have lain | dormant for thousands of years. j # # * ! The 'British-Australian' states that ?; tho only eucalyptus oils from Australia ! which bring a good price are those of the, . euc...
RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
RABBIT SKINS. Sydney prices maintained the high level of the previous week. There was a good demand for good sorts. Quotations: — Exceptional lines picked skins, /18. and up per lb.; super, 716 to /lT1^; prime, /14Vi to /151,4; good, 12% to 13%;. medium, /10 to /12; lower sorts, '/5 to /9; does, /71,6 to 79 Vs.
Page Twenty-One: ACT ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
[?] sr*k ,j * ,^a /*« CONDUCTED BY PPJ&J&MJ& Norman Lilley* ACT ONE, [For TriB 'Wokiceh.I' ; ? ' It was about half- past . seven. nwhen George Travers finished' his dinner and sauntered slowly. downstairs' and:'irito the oiiiet bar of the Shakespea.re'B:d'tel..r'The barmaid, a thin wisp of a girl with a cer tain amount of good looks,- Which were somewhat discounted by a colorless rfa.ce; nsW blue eyes, fluffy pale-straw-tinted hair, and' a general appearance,; of- in sipidity, looked up from the .noyei she was reading as he entered. '. *- ' She threw him what was meant for -an arch glance of welcome, hut which some how reminded him of the look of a cat taught at the cream, said 'Good ' even ing' in a demure whisper, 'and cast her ieyes flown as if she had. said something i very daring. ' ' : r ?? ;,.; 'V^cV' ;:' : ?:' Travers a'sked for. a benedictine, ' and (remarked that the place was very quiet, ?ghe agreed that it was, and with a sigh !as if for the depar...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
COOKERY. [ Cheese. Nuts.— Take, stale 'bread, or Jf crusts, butter and sprinkle' Avith grated 3 cheese and bake brown 'in a' hot OAren. ;i Add a dust of cayenne if liked. These - may be eaten hot or cold, and Avith or -r Avithout macaroni. — A. ?; - . w w * Melon and Rhubarb Jelly. — Cut the melon and the rhubarb and boil till tender, using not top much Water. When cooked strain and. measure the juice. Allow pint for pint of sugar . and boil twenty to thirty .minutes — or till a little sets in a plate. — A. . Maize Meal and Syrup Pudding. — A cup each of sour milk, golden, syrup, and cold water; two of maize meal, and half ono of butter. Beat together with an egs, ginger, or -cinnamon to taste, and half .a , teaspoonful; of baking soda. Bake two hours in a moderate OA'cn.— A. ? .? , * * .. * Rhubarb . and Lemon' Preserve.— For every pound of rhubarb allow a? pound of sugar, half a teaspoonful of grated lemon peel and ditto ground ginger. Cut th« rhubarb and leaAre all night with tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
COUNTRY DIRECTORY. VieTORIA. ? ARARfiCT, ? MRS. K. E. PHELAN, Shire Hall Hotel. ? Superior Accom. A.W.U. Agency. . ? BALLARAT. ? J' l-I. SCULLIN, Grocer and Provision Merchant, Skipton-street, Ballarat. BAXTER & STUBBS. General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. Engravers. 3 GRENVILLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. All Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? Moderate Rates. Tel . 479. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL, 8-Hour House of Call. All S-Hour Societies started from above Hostelry. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. B. WILSON, Proprietor. ? pOHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL AND \J COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-st. Mrs. H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry Cohen (late of Grand Hotel), Manager. No connection next door. J' H. SCUEL1N, GROCER and PROVISION . MERCHANT. Skipton Street. ? ? ^ENALLA^ ? AJ. ALLEN, Broken River Hotel, bridge -.St., Benalla. Shilling Tariff. Enuf sed. ?O AIL WAY HOTEL, Splendid Accom. Stbg, XV Pdks.. Union House. — V. Cannon. Proptr. ? ECHUCA. ? RODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best Accom. ALF. H. SIMMON...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
Jrtg'* '^iSLF Al W 'Wlnif ISt* H2& m Ml m . W JTLjLjM%,3Lr3&9 '23 STURT ST., BALLAEAT. Piasios (Best Makers). W-urs^it^ro (European Made) CASH OR TERMS. ??— — i.u wj|»u m.if'nu ..?.».? n- 1.1 ,;m,nwM^^— ?'' ' ? wiwiii »???'?'? ? ' r''1 ' '?' ? ' ? ? j.mJ?lTLiTiiuJuVTrTI -*''*? ^a^^^'K!.*lW7'Jr''-^?*fJ'*J FEDERAL MEDICAL CLUB. All Diseases Treated. Advice and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including medicine for one week, 10/-. If your case is not suitable for treatment toy correspondence your lee will be returned. Dr. MALONBYj Swgeon, MEDICAL DIRECTOR. HOURS: 12 to 2; 5 to 7. Tho Worker Building, Russeil Street (opposite Kind's I hea*re)' Me _°°U™°1 ? I 13® Botirke St., Meibotarste. JAMES FLYNN, late of Kimberley, W.A., and formerly of Duck Creek Opal Fields* Queensland, informs old friends they will find a welcome at the above old-establisliea and centrallv-sifiated Hotel. Best Accommodation for Boarders and Visitors, Uamr, is. 6d. per day; 25s. per week. Only best br...
VICTORIA. LABOR BUREAU FOR WOMEN. STATE URGED TO TAKE ACTION. HOW GIRLS ARE TREATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
*?? '^7* IT d^*^ *~H~^ mm m*& M' /fflk LABOR BUREAU FOR WOMEN. ? $. ? - STATE URGED TO TAKE ACTION. HOW GIRLS ARE TREATED. L The urgency for the establishment of a f' registry office and department for women by' the Government was forcibly brought under the notice of the Minister, of Agri f culture (Mr. Graham), in' the absence of; I the Minister for Labor .(Mr. Murray),'. by f a deputation from the Women's Organiz | ing Committee of the Political Labor I Council of Victoria last week; | Mrs. Wilkinson, president of. the com I rciltee, explained that the institution of a I sinte registry office was .specially ad ! yccated for motherless and friendless I women and the many who were reaeh ; ing the winter of their existence. Girls ! were now exploited' in many ways by em ! pioyers at private offices. They were ?' often defrauded of their money. Sleep - ing- accommodation that was not good I enough -for dogs was all that was pro i .vlil'wl for in some places. ' Sometimes it ! w...
VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
V[GT€R!AN LABOR ITEMS. As a protest against Premier Murraj' failing to introduce into Parliament a Workmen's Compensation Bill, a public demonstration is to be held by the Mel bourne Trades Hall Council. Its form has not yet been decided on. # # # i A petition in favor of the appointment of a wages board for enginedrivers and firemen is in course of signature by members of the Victorian branch of the Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Association. * * # Several hundred girls are engaged in the confectionery trade in Melbourne, and yet they are unorganized- With the ob ject of forming them into a Union, a meeting was held at the Trades Hall last week. Mr. G. Dupree, vice-president of the Trades Hall Council, occupied the chair, and addresses were delivered by several of those present on the necessity for organization. It was agreed that a Union should be formed, and office bearers were provisionally appointed to draw up rules. # # # An excellent rally was made last week by the Cle...
Edward's Little Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
a Edward's Little Joke. Ned Coldham insisted on di'iving the party out in his new four-in-hand drag. He said that, he could not let his ' bi'ave and lovely Warrego Waratah' and the sweet ' Sydney saxifrage ' travel in a common buggy. 'Saxifrage? — why saxifrage, Mr. Cold ham?' asked Violet. 'Er — well, you see— I'm dashed if- T know!' ' 'Look in the dictionary, Violet!' cried Eileen, who knew Ned Coldham's style. They did so as soon as- they arrived at the station, and found : ' ' Saxifi'age— a plant which embraces many species.' - Violet looked up inquiringly. Eileen langhed heartily. '.Don't you see, you goose, he has found out your propensity for tlUrting, already?' — H. K. Bloxham: 'On the Fringe of the Never-Never.' ' ? _^ ? ? 1 .1 E. S. ? Emerson, whose writings are known and appreciated by readei-s of this paper, is to' edit the 'TV. A. -Worker,' Kalgoorlie. * ir* * t ' Sid Long, whose .paintings are among the best .produced in Australia, is leaving : Sydney at the endLOf thi...
INFORMATION EXCHANGE. Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
INFORMATION EXCHANGE. Books. ~^ Books have been sent to F.B., Charle ville, Q.; R.B., Inverell; J.F.H., Omeo, V.-; C.R.O., Tumut; D.J.K., Parkes; V.J.G., Wallawarrie ; C.C.N., Wagga ; A.C.B;; Abington ; F.J.O., Barmedman ; R.P.B., Bingara; M.J., Clunes, V.; P.F.M., War ren; C.G., Hamilton, V.; C.W.C., Orange; E.T., Carrathool; J.G., Hungerford, Q.; M.T., Eaglehawk, V.; S.K., Whitton; F.J.B., Coonamble ; -and J.T.D., Parkes. The cor respondents who sent kind remarks con cerning 'Twenty-one' are hereby thanked. Miscellaneous. J,E,, Parramatta.— Sorry cannot use. ? ^ . ? ?
SCOTTISH—Bonnie George Campbell. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
+ SCOTTISH.—Bonnle George Campbell. . Hie upon Hielands, And low. upon Tay, . Bonnie George Campbell Rade out on a day. Saddled and bridled ' And gallant i*ade he;., -^ Hame cam' his gude horse, ? But never cam' he. ?? ? ' Out cam' his auld mither, . Greeting f'u'sair; And out cam' his bonnie bride, ' ' ? Riving her ''hair. . ?? , ' Saddled .and' bridled And. booted rade he; *Toom hame cam' the saddle, But. never cam' he. . 'My meadow' lies green, And my corn is unshorn; . My barn is to bigg,** ', And my babie's .;unbqi'n.' Saddled and bridled And booted rade he; Toom cam' the saddle', ?But never cam' lie. *Bhipty. .- ♦'Build. 1
OLD BALLADS. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
: OLD BALLADS. 11. The ballads given below have not mien brought together for close comparison. If that had : been intended specimens with: like stories would have been chosen from the various countries. But that would, have meant a certain monotony. ' Brevity, also, had to be considered. Irish traditional ballads ai-e not easy to choose for readers in general, as many are either written in the original language of the country or have lines and. phrases in that language. 'Irish Molly' is classed with street ballads — that is, those written and printed in the first place for sale, by city vendors; who sang verses by way of specimen. Through being printed, the street ballads commonly kept closer to their original form than those which grew up in the waj' already outlined among rural folk. Probably 'Irish, Molly ' is the most modern of the ballads here cited, and the Spanish the oldest, with the Scottish, English, and Scandinavian in between in something like that order. ' The Bailiff'...
ENGLISH—The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910
ENGLISH.--The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington: There was a youth, and a well-beloved youth, And he was a squire's son: He loved a bailiff's daughter- dear, . That lived in Islington. Yet she, being 003', would not believe That he did love her so, .Nor would she any countenance Unto this young man show. But when his friends did understand His fond and foolish mind, They sent him up to fair London, . An apprentice him to bind. And now he's gone 'tis seven long years, And never his love could see: 'O many a tear have I shed for her sake, When; she little thought of me.' One day the maids of Islington Went forth to sport and play; And then the bailiff's daughter dear, She secretly stole away. She pull'd off her pretty gown of pink, And put on ragged attire, And to fair London she would go, For her true love to inquire. And as she went along the road, The weather being hot and diV. She sat her down on a grassy bank, And her true love came riding by. She started up with a colour so red, '...