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CORRESPONDENCE. NATIONALISATION OF UNEARNED INCREMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919
CORI^PONDENCE. NATIONALISATION OF UNEARNED i INCREMENT. * To the Kditor. I Sir, — The moral bar to the adoption of (Henry George's theory of land national 1 isation is that it proposes the State should itake from the individual something for Rwhich he has in most cases paid his hard Ifearned money, either to the State itself |or with the sanction and approval of its ilfews. ' fSrThis principle, however, does not apply So the appropriation- by the community of nil future increments -which it, the com pnunity itself, creates. If this principle fvvere embodied in our statute law no one ? would be injured, as all would have full I notice and an immense revenue would be I returned to the publio as a result of its I collective enterprise and expenditure. r With a view to making this great reform ? practicable, I drafted and carried through 1 Parliament a bill to create a State Bureau f of Valuations, under the provisions of yjwhich all the land in the State is to be 'Ivalued by the Valuer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919
I BECAUSE OF ITS PLEASING FLAVOR CHILDREN SIMPLY LOVE_ ? - HU ¥? TkT *W £\ /Registered Name fort Ti Ej ll JU U \HEAN'S ESSENCE/ THE FAMOUS MONEY-SAVING REMEDY FOR INFLUENZA, COLDS, CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, MEASLES AND KINDRED AILMENTS OVER 7000 TESTIMONIALS have been received from users all over Australasia, telling of the merits of HEENZO. Mothers especially sing the praises or HEENZO for two very cogent reasons: 1st, because it gives relief more speedily than any other remedy useu by them, ana 2nd, because HEENZO enables them to make up cough mixture for the family at about one-sixth the cost of ready-made mixtures. A GRAND THING ABOUT HEENZO IS THAT IT CON I TAINS NO OPIUM DRUGS SUCH AS PAREGORIC, CHLORO 1DYNE, AND LAUDANUM. IT IS THEREFORE A PER. FECTLY SAFE MEDICINE TO GIVE TO LITTLE CHILDREN. WHAT MOTHERS SAY: WHOOPING COUGH QUICKLY CURED. Mrs. A. H. LAW, 17 Hewlett-street, Waverley, writes con cerning the value of HEENZO for the treatment of Whooping Cough: — ♦'I wish to tell y...
To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919
To the Editor, 'Labor News.' Sir, — I notice *in the daily press of 7/4/'19 that Mr. Holman is drawing a com parison between the patriotic workers at Matraville and those who attend the Sun day meetings in the Domain. He remarked that out of 30,000 workers in the Domain, not more than 30 would respond if ap pealed to for the purpose of assisting the Matraville workers. One is inclined to think what Mr. Hol man would have replied had he been ap pealed to in like manner, say, twenty years ago when he was one of the leading ora tors in the Domain of a Sunday afternoon. I wonder if Mr. Holman ever thinks how he might have felt in those days when he was not nearly so^well off as he is at present, when he may have been just a little bit more hungry than he is to-day, had anyone suggested to him that he take up this work on the only day in the week he had to himself? What is Mr. Holman doing- to-day to assist in this work? Surely flying over the country in a special train at the expense of...
MODERATION. (To the Editor, "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 19 April 1919
MODERATION. (To the Editor, 'The Labor News.') Sir, — The loud acclaim with which Mr. Osborne's appointment as consumers' '.'representative on the kaleidoscopic Meat Board has been received by the profiteer ing gang eloquently attests how little t&ey fear either the 'methods' or 'principles' of at least one champion of ; the so-called moderates. The question we have to decide, in effect, is: Are we to \ remain a pure and simple vote-snaring ^contrivance, or be honest, and take our Hrightful stand as a working-class party? Hlf the former, we will continue to dope ?the, people by withholding from them the Sttruth as to their economic position in ^society. If the latter, .we will adopt the I suggested objective, and, what is more rimportant, live up to it. I Every election that comes round the Icry is the same, 'This time, above ail ?others, we must defeat our opponents, land gain, if possible, the administrative fcoeitions.' To achieve this alleged all ?mportant result we are ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
BECAUSE OF ITS PLEASING FLAVOR CHILDREN SIMPLY LOVE 1 HM7 ¥? HI *¥ A /Registered Name for\ I Ei Ei 111 Mi ' ' HEAN's essence; 1 THE FAMOUS MONEY-SAVING REMEDY FOR ' INFLUENZA, COLDS, CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, MEASLES AND KINDRED AILMENTS t OVER 7000 TESTIMONIALS have been received from users all over Australasia, telling of the merits of HEENZO. Mothers etpeciallv sing the praises of HEENZO for two very cogent reasons: 1st, because it gives relief more speedily than any other remedy useu by them, ana 2nd, because HEENZO enables them to make up cough mixture for the family at about one-sixth tne cost of ready-made mixtures. A GRAND THING ABOUT HEENZO IS THAT IT CON TAINS NO OPIUM DRUGS SUCH AS PAREGORIC, CHLORO DYNE, AND LAUDANUM. IT IS THEREFORE A PER FECTLY SAFE MEDICINE TO GIVE TO LITTLE CHILDREN, WHAT MOTHERS SAY : WHOOPING COUGH QUICKLY CURED. Mrs. A. H. LAW, 17 Hewlett-street, Waverley, writes con cerning the value of HEENZO for the treatment of Whooping Cough: — ??1 wish to tell ...
The Cost of Living. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
The Cost of Living. ? i The cost of living still goes up. The increase for March, 1919, over March, 1918, is over 9 per cent., which shows that if war was expensive peace is still more so. The average increase for the whole Commonwealth is said to be a fraction over 42 per cent, since the outbreak of war in 1914. . It must be remembered, however, that these figures are compiled from the price lists of 46 articles of 'food and groceries' only, and do not by any means represent the full additional cost of living. When we take account of the enormous rise in the price of clothing, footwear,' household requisites, rent, rail and boat travelling, and hundreds of other things, including taxation, at is safe to say the increased cost of keeping alive is any thing from a hundred to a hundred and fifty per cent more than in pre-war days, and the cost of dying has gone up in proportion. i
Labor Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
Labor Carnival. 1 A carnival is being organised on behalf of the Labor Movement by the Executive, -in conjunction with the Branches in the metropolitan area, for September next. . Moore Park has been selected as the most ' ''suitable site, and permission to use a por tion of same has been granted by the City ?Council. :? It is proposed to run a Queen Compe tition, and when the restrictions were im posed steps were being taken to inaugur ate the contest. ~ It has been suggested that two candi ''j3ates be selected from each Federal elec -'torate in the metropolis. The honor of -being Labor's Queen is a great one, and ilt is expected that the competition will ^be Iteen. ?''.' The aim of all connected with the Queen Competition and carnival is to eclipse any vtthing of a like nature arranged hitherto, ?land We feel confident that the Movement Ireill prove equal to the task.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER PUBLIC LIBRARY OF N.S.W. Corner Bent and Macquarie streets. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
WWiflK^SJKWR ' ': ' ' PUBLIC LIBRARY OF N.S.W. Corner Bent and Macquarie streets, INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION. Arbitration, or the intervention of a third party to decide a. case under dispute, is the natural expedient, when conciliation, or a mutual agreement between the dis-' putants without such intervention, is found to fail. The application of the method- to industrial troubles has produced a multiplicity of opinions, and in conse quence a mass of literature. New Zea land, as the originator of the compulsory type, has received a great deal of atten tion, while the Australian States are conr sidered the field for this, as for other, political experiments. * ? « Broadhead. — State Regulation of Labor and Labor Disputes in New Zealand. The author of this book was secretary for the Canterbury Employers' Associa tion and acted for three years on the Can terbury Conciliation Board, so it is usually : referred to as the authority on the ma ;chinery of the Arbitration Act up to 1907. i It f...
CORRESPONDENCE. WHO CONTROLS THE WHEAT POOL? To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
CORRESPONDENCE. WHO CONTROLS THE WHEAT POOL? ? To the Editor, 'Labor News.' In view of the recent sale to Mr. George son of 72,000 tons of wheat by the New South Wales Wheat Board, and of the fact that Mr. Georgeson made the purchase on. behalf of the Japanese Government, the public, as well as those most immediately concerned, are solicitous to learn by whom are overseas sales of wheat controlled. I was, until this sale was consummated, under the belief that the Australian Wheat Board controlled overseas sales of wheat. In connection with overseas sales the policy of the Australian Wheat Board en sures that each State shall receive the same net return per bushel. The method adopted is to add together all receipts (calculated on an F.A.Q. basis) by the States from overseas sales, and strike the average return per bushel. Calculating receipts on an F.A.Q, basis means that if, for any reason, a sale is affected over seas at a lower price than the ruling F.A.Q. rate, the difference bet...
N.S.W. Journeymen Confectioners' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
N.S.W. Journeymen Confec tioners' Union. The above Union held its inaugural Annual Picnic on Saturday, April 5 last, at Clontarf. Over 600 persons were pre sent, and a very enjoyable day was spent. An eleventh hour regulation prevented the use of the pavilion for dancing, and this absurd measure caused great disap pointment among the dancing patrons. The committee, however, improvised a dancing floor on the lawn from table tops kindly lent by the genial caretaker, Mr. Watson. Needless to say, the floor was filled with dancing couples in every dance. A very large sports programme was put through, and many of the events were very keenly contested, which re flected great credit upon the judgment of the handicappers, Messrs. J. Watson and D. Clements. Results : — 75 yds. Handicap, Youths in the Trade. — R. Hersey (1 yd.), 1; W. Clements (5 yds.) 2; J. Lennon (6 yds.) 3. 76 yds. Handicap, Single Ladies em ployed in the Trade. — W. Munsey (3 yds.) 1; K. Buckworth (3 yds.), 2. 100 yds. Con...
LABOR CARTOONS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
\^sOl* TffE-:WES&[' IN THE COILS. — 'Queensland Worker.' OUR IMMORTAL WILLIAM. Mr. Hughes is having a statue of himself executed by a well-known British sculptor. — News item. Carefully and permanently rendered 1 into marble, Hughes would become f priceless National art treasure! — 'Sydney Worker.' THE DOG IN THE MANGER. r-'Queensland Worker.' THE TAILORS OF PEACE. 'Now, get busy, boys, so that she has a worthy garment.' — 'Esquella,' Barcelona. THE PANICKY PARTY. At Bathurst last week Mr. Fuller hinted that the influenza restrictions were not always warranted, and were the result of panicky legislation. FULLER: 'I know it's all damn rot, and it's doing no good; but. I'll show I'm a true Nationalist' by not inter fering.' r— 'Sydney Worker.' THE MANY COOKS AND THE BROTH. 'Let's hope they won't make a hash of it.' 1 — 'John Bull,' London.
ATHLETICS. By ATHLETICUS. CLUB DOINGS AT SHOW GROUND AND AUSTRALIAN RULE GROUND. J. Lodge, of Redfern, a Coming Champion.—South Sydney's Opening Races.—440 and 880 Yards Metropolitan Champion J. J. Walshe Begins [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
ATHLETICS. By ATHLETICUS. CLUB DOINGS AT SHOW GROUND AND AUSTRALIAN RULE GROUND. J. Lodge, of Redfern, a Coming Champion. —South Sydney's Opening Races.— 440 and 880 Yards Metropolitan Champion J. J. Walshe Begins Show ing Old Forrn^Can A. C. Elliott, of Botany Harriers, Clear 45 Feet in Hop, Step and Jump? Redfern Harriers. J. Lodge, a cousin of W. H. Lodge, who shows good promise o£ being a force to be reckoned with at future championships, pulled off the 100 and 200 yards handicap of Redfern Harriers, and finished second in 50 yards and broad jump last Satur day week at the Sports Ground. Results: 100 Yards Handicap.— J. Lodge, 8yd., 1; R. White, 6£yd., 2; W. Hunt, scr., 3. 50 Yards Handicap.— R. White, 3yd., 1; J. Lodge, 3yd., 2; J. McAuley, 3£yd., and J. Lynch, 5yd.t dead heat, 3. 220 Yards Handicap.— J. Lodge, 13yd., 1; R. Conn, 16yd., 2; P. Mason, 16yd., 3. 880 Yards Handicap.— H. Williams, scr., 1; P. Mason, 30yd., 2; W. Magner, 40yd., 3. Running Broad Jump Handicap. — R. Co...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
While the 'Labor News' first pointed out that the inhalation of poisonous zinc fumes was a dangewrtis' 'remedy for in fluenza, it took the actual illness from this cause of a State Minister's son to secure the speedy abandonment of the folly. **'lt is a pity in the public interests that some Minister doesn't get smothered in his own mask to bring about the repeal of the pernicious tyranny of compulsory poisoning from breathing carbonic acid.
The Chameleon Party. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
? ^ ? _ .. . ? j Hie Chameleon Party. ' Rumored that the self-styled. 'National^ ,: ist' Party is again going to . change iW - ? name, and is secretly considering several : proposals. Evidently it realises the truth^ ~$ of the saying that the only way the leo- * ,'jj pard can change his spots is by shifting; 'J about from one spot to another. ; Come to think of it, the meaning o- _j 'Nationalism' in politics is pureiy a. ques\ | tion of locality. In Ireland it means Home' | Rule under the British Crown. In South q Africa it means getting away from the M BritiEh Crown entirely. In Australia i\ -2 means a combination of unscrupulous PKK jj fiteers, ancient Tories, spineless Liberals^ jj Labor renegades, feather-brained jingoe^, -,~-3= and Imperialistic grovellers of all shadeg, ~i .May the Lord have mercy on their spftlp, % for they need it. , . ' v REBB&, p
SYDNEY HORSES SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
SYDNEY HORSES SCORE. No fewer than half a dozen horses ?which were well known on Sydney courses within the last year scored in other States on Saturday last. The moat notable victory was that of Two Blues in the Deloraine Cup. He was followed home by Kcnilic, another horse who raced here until a few montns ago. Two Blues was sold in January for 500gs. jto a Tasmanian sportsman, and Satur ,'day was his first victory in the new colors. He was purchased ostensibly for ithe purpose of carrying his present .owner's colors at the Tasmanian Cup car mi val in February, but he ran badly in the ?,'JJauriceston and Hobart Cups. I Another important win was that of Ex jplorer at Caulfield, and as it was in a jiiurdle race in which he made his second' attempt at the illegitimate branch, of the 'sport, tlie victory augurs well for his (future in his new sphere. ; The well-known Victorian sportsman ?Eric Connolly bought Explorer from Mr. 'C. S. McPhillamy last Easter, after he had ,won the Highweig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
Cominomvcaltl^Bm^'Mmlia ] ' . BEAD OF&ICE l*|BB!-^r SYDNEY, --^ V '-''? r M' ' OPEN FOR ALL CLA8SE8 OF '(% ? General Banking- Business I in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain), I ?? also London (2), arid A.I. F. Gamps in England. *?? Savings Bank Department 1 at all Branehe*, and 8AVINQS BANK AGENCIES at 2776 Post Offices B. throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain, Solomon Islands, ? and The Pacific ? JAMES KELL, -? DENISON MILLER, I Deputy Governor 1919 Governor^B [SARGENTS LTD. I HIGH-CLASS PASTRYCOOKS I AND CATERERS WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES A SPECIALTY HEAD OFFIOB ! i 252 PITT ST., SYDNEY I AND AT MELBOURNE PAY AS YOU WEAR Men can be well dressed in the latest cut and fashion, with the best suitings by I paying for them as you wear them. I Good Clothes are now so expensive that the Commonwealth Cash Order Co. are 1 issuing Cash Orders on that well-known firm of 30 years' standing j (Messrs. SAMUEL BO WEN. LTD.), j where only the best ma...
Australian Labor Party. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
? r— — — — 7--z?m Australian Lalwr Party. ;^g STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. An Executive meeting was held on ApritJ -*\ 14, 1919, W. M. Lambert chairman/I- ; Twenty-six members were present. An] apology was received from Mr. lyeyjft -?' which was accepted. ' ' ' ' j New Brandies endorsed.— Manildraj' Bombala, Walla Walla. * State nominations were received as unV der: — j Gough.— Messrs. Anderson, Fraser, HaV » gan and Websttrr. \ Goulburn.— Messrs. Boston, Christopher^ Dooley, Murphy and Sinclair. Lyndhurst.— Messrs. Bushell and Phil-' lips. , Surry Hills.— Messrs. Buckley and O'Grady. t All were endorsed, and ordered to Select tion Ballots. ,; Drummoyne.— Result of ballot: Mr. R.' Greig endorsed, and his name ordered ' to be placed on list of Selected Labotf candidates; ' j Paddingtoii.— Letter from Mr. J. P. Os- borne, M.L.A., notifying his intention td resign his seat. Letter from Paddingtoii A.L.P. Execu-' tive, asking Central Executive to call toil nominations for Paddington, and t...
ROUND THE SHOWS PROHIBITION PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
1 ROUND Til SHOWS j _?'.??? ? ? . . ? ? i ? *?? ? j .- fBv.JANE SrDDONS.^ : PROHIBITION PICTURES. -, What is the American movie producer I 'going to do 'when he can no longer spill .^. cocktails in his pictures? What will the f .jyoung college lad do -when he wants to -go wrong now? And how will the villain ?-?-?? fill in his pauses when there is nothing for him to drink? Fatty Arbuckle and i Charlie Chaplin, who are so fond of rais ing a side glass to fill in a 'stunt,' will clearly have to fall back to ice creams and milk-shakes. We shall have no more ,?*wet' pictures, for America, after June SO, is to be as dry as the Sahara. Ah! it will be a sad world, and one wonders, in a country as thirsty as Australia, if the audiences will be able to bear it. Prob ably they will rush-the French films, whose producers will be likely to set the scenes -in gardens swimming with wine and good hock to balance the dryness of the : 'American -films.;, . Anyway it will be interesting to know \ |wha...
Compulsory Military Service. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 April 1919
Compulsory Military Service. The Victorian A.L.P. State Conference has passed a resolution in favor of wip ing compulsory service out of our De fence Act, and has decided to ask the next Interstate Conference to concur. It is pretty safe to say that there will be a big section in this State of the same opinion, and the pros and cons should be freely discussed in the Labor news papers before the N.S.W. State Confer ence meets.