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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

RABBITS AND HARES \ Wanted in Unlimited Quantities at i \ Bathurst & Sydney Works. } j Highest prices given. Prompt cash \ payments. Plenty of. good virgin \ 1 country fo.r trappers. f ? \ Full particulars f I Wilson 6s Flood, r . Q*Vl. MARKETS' SYDNEY. f When dealing with Advertisers in our - . . ' Column* Always Mention 'Tho Worker.' It wllL be to your advantage and ours.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE UNIONISTS IN SYDNEY. RECEPTION BY LABOR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

MELBOURNE UNIONISTS IN SYDNEY. ? » — : ? RECEPTION BY LABOR COUNCIL. Miss Mulcahy and Miv. Barry, who last week brought to Sydney a petition from the women of Melbourne asking for the remission of the further imprisonment of Peter Bowling and his comrades, were re ceived bv the members of the N.S.W. Labor' Council on Thursday evening and given a hearty welcome. Mr. Arthur Long, President of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council, and Secretary of the Feder ated Boot Trades Union, who was in Sydney in connection with High Court proceedings, was also present and re ceived a cordial greeting. Miss Mulcahy, in responding to the President's welcome, said she regretted that there should be any necessity in the 20th century of civilisation for anyone to come from a neighboring State tp pi-esent a petition to a New South Wales Govern ment for the release of men who had only acted for the benefit of their fellow workers. (Applause.) Unfortunately Mrs. Barry and herself had not fulfilled their mis...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

fSToFTHE WEEK. r . ? ? + ? A fall downstairs at his home in Sussex Street, last week, caused the death of a laborer named Dennis Driscoll. John Collier, a wharf laborer, while working on .a steamer at Balmain last week, fell into the hold, and sustained I | serious spinal injury. The body of Edward Slattery, employed ' on Marathon station, near Hughenden, was I last week found dead ih a waterhole. De ! ceased's clothes were hanging on a fence i close by. The Commonwealth Patents Office, S which has hitherto been , a branch of the i Customs Department, is 'to 'be transferred { jo the Department of the Attorney : General. ? - ? ; ! Frederick Kansprod, a lad living at I Tprowie. S.A., : wounded himself in the ? hand and abdomen whilst hanging up a ? loaded rifle, the. nail catching the trigger ! and discharging the weapon. ! It is reported from Lithgow that Messrs. ^ Jones and Allman, contractors for the ? erection of the Commonwealth small arms I factory, are making good progress at t...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

It fBs ii many so-called remedies in the hope 1| I ii IM W Setting rid of them, but with scant |i VJlil tfiW iiTifryim^ success, and I continued suffering II H Bile Beans, friend advis'ed' me to give Bile 'Beans || S f a m My3 metn' a an^ ^ promised to do so. I H H cme^ar^the Avas agreeably surprised to find that ||| g able & proved the first few doses of this grand medicine ii ra indigestion, afforded me relief such as I had not ex- raj If liver trouble, perienced for years, anrl continuing the 11 H flatulence,0'' course, the Piles were permanently gl S orders^'1 bad banished. I confidently recommend Bile || g ?heumatismS,' Beans as ah undoubted cure for Piles. ' II I j NATURE'S KhMEDY — PUKELY VEGETABLE j | ? ? IU WORKERS, DRINK ONLY THE BEST ! -ssssm^ I KING TEA.J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

BRIGKMAKING. ? WAVERTON ESTATE, Cook's River Road, St. Peters. 22- acres SHALE LAND now available. Apply at once to T. J. FOLEY, Estate Agent, Opp. Railway Station, Lewisham. I HOME SITES FOR TTOU ? 1 5/- MONTHLY. 1 ? ' . ' . CLYDE is going to be the chief manufac- E turing centre in Australia. Already factories I ' of all kinds are in operation there — some of ? the largest of their kind in the Common- nj ^vealtil — and property values are going up, g , up, up with every month that passes. H RAILWAY WORKS ESTATE, right by B ?_ Clyde Station and the big Clyde Engineer- B « . jf ing. Co. 's Works, and close to the site re- JB -? sunied by tlie Government for Railway « Workshops, must increase enormously in S 1 value. Lots 40 x 117 ft., only 15s. a foot. ? Terms: NO Deposit, 5s. monthly the first H 1 year, 7s. Gd. the second, 10s.- thereafter. The ?BHHHfjMV lots are limited in number — better select I SaBf yours to-day. I gfljl MERRYLANDS. — This is another coming I* HBk factory subur...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

Man wants but little here below, And as a rule he'll get it; He'll make that little last him long, If. other folks will let it. Man wants but little here below, But wants it of the best, So Woods' Great Peppermint Cure he'll use For cough .011 ailing chest,. _ m! j : 'i I THIS £33 IS | ' the piano. I I THE DRESDEN. I . (Trade Mark) I | ELVY & CO. (only), 329 George St., Sydney, j I. i From gtS. €48, C^8, — J W UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS W -? m THa Equipment and Resources at our disposal Aft Cf\P are incomparably beyond anythlna mQlT i » In Austral la, and enable us to carry out Funeral » VhMb m ' worK with a completeness and economy impossible B M of attainment elsewhere. Central Offioe: RAVVSON PLACE, HAYMARKET. For Suburban Branches, see Telephone Guids. —— — — — ^ TGOHBY'S STANDARD PALE ALE

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") TIPS FOR MOOREFIELD. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

il1 ? ? ?- ' ' . jHETpF. ;l-- ' ? ? (BY 'THE PUNTER.') I TIPS FOR MOOREFIELD. I » Hurdle Racw. South Head ? . ? v ' * * ' * * v. 1 , Golden Brown ........... . 2 Treat ? ? ? ? ? . , .3 Stewards' Mile. Baal Gammon 1 Clay don Common , . .. ? .... 2 Lay ton ? . ? ? 3 Trial. Stakes. , (Special Weights.) Laval ? ; ? ? 1 Fancy Step ; ? ? ? ? ? 2 ?Mullengeen .'. . :... . .. . «. ....... 3 .. Nursery Handicap. - Blast ? ? ? . 1 f '^Boy Scout ...... ? ? . 2 ?'Hymeneal ?'? ? ? .v. .... . .V 3 NSoopefield Handicap. : - Baal Gammon' ... . . . . ... ...... 1 Vanadium ? ? ? 2 Fortunate ? ? ? 3 Flying Welter. Asturias ? 1 Curry ............... ? ^ .2 Oweeriee ? ? ? ? 3 ' ? ? ? * ? L. — _ .'J;

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. k . a. ? Dunne. — It. - ..was . the ; Caulfield; «? Cup . ol 1S85. .The. .accident occurred ?. \vlien tho - fielcT was approaching f tho home turn .where' Too Too',Sar i dius, and Claptrap fell, bringing down s- Prince Imperial,. Torn. Brown, Lord Exeter,. v Plausible, Lord Wilton, Sirocco, Kingship, Despot, Impulse, Tarpeia, Lucky Hit, rj Winchester, and Urarrali. /The latter was Skilled. Donald Nicholson, on. Lord Exeter, v! was killed : almost instantly. Other f. jockeys injured Were S. Cracknell, E. fMcGrade, Twomey, and Frank McGrath, Mhe lastnamed being'? on Prince Imperial. Thevirace was won -by Grace Darling, with S. Britisher second, and Coriolanus third. : silvdrniine did not start/ He was after awards killed in Tattersall's Cup, Sydney,' : as .was his rider Alec Robertson.. P. J3t. ?Albans did not have''a: mount ih tbeGaul Held Cup in which the smash occurred. { Foon was on Dirk Hatteraick.

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V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. OPENING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

Lv.R.C. GRAND NkTibkA.L : ; MEETING.. ; -'.c | OPENING DAY. j ,v The weather, though^rib Vain^ll,~wspsi: f hot t,oo promising fpr the' first: daV ot tli#: ; Y.FwC.,; Grand National Meeting,, which; 1 took' place last .Saturday---- -at: FiemingtoiiW ?; A large; attendance, however, ' put in an 1. appearance, .including many visitors from* ihe other States. A programme -in which I . tlie^raajority-' of the events are' of' tlie' ; jumping- class always appeals to Austra lians, and on, this occasion there w*as nothing in the way of serious mishap to mar the sport. As a matter of fact the ' whole of the starters in the Grand Na tional Hurdles completed the course, and when it is remembered that the task over ; the three miles is a particularly severe : one it says much for the condition and ; jumping abilities of the contestants. s-'-JR&jcing started with the Maiden Hurdle :Race, 2 miles, and a field of twelve went . to the pos-';-. Masterpiece,, who- had the services of P. Burn,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK FARM. Some Very Big Fields.—Also Some Reversals of Form. — Blast Wins the Nursery. —Outsiders Secure the Double. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

- WARWICK FARM. Some Very Big' Fields. — Also Some Re versals of Form. — Blast Wins the Nursery. — Outsiders Secure the Double. ?eally good afternoon's sport was wit nessed at Warwick Farm on Saturday, ^although one or tTro reversals of form set -backers .thinking that .things the week previous had not been 'O.K.,' but 'on that score, the stewards evidently thought ' otherwise, at any rate no action was taken. The smallest field was that which started for the Hurdle Race, -only six go ing to the post, and.Nimrod was 6 to 4, Dinyah 2 to 1, while 6 to 1 each was of fered against. . Metallist and Highrock. Nimrod and Manitoba made most of the running, but Dinyah joined in at the half mile and afterwards; Wbn easily from Nim-. rod and Metallist. Nimrod Was rather sore.on going out; Thirteen started for the Farm Stakes; and backers, selected Watehchain (2 fo 1), Miocene' (3 to 1), and' Blazing Star (5 tci 1), with Gays Hampton and- -Terragong well . supported. . , Watchchain .got away al...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ROSEBERY. There was a -fair attendance at the Rosebery meeting last week, and as one of the events was run in divisioris with a run off, the public got plenty for their money. A start was made with the Ap proved Stakes, 4% furlongs, and; seven ran. Gladys E- .was the favorite pick, and quickly getting to the front she won easily from Durham Court and Match Girl. Kerlie was at a short price for the Maiden Handicap, but Ola proved too good for him, Game Light being third. That good performer Egypt (whose height is 14.1) Avon the principle, event of the day,, the Rosebery Handicap, 4% furlongs, defeat ing Hippona, Vanora, and six others. There being such a large- entry in the 14i2 Novice Handicap it was found neces sary -to run it in divisions. Meddler, who had won previously at . Victoria Park, was neglected on this occasion. Going out at eig-ht to one, she- won easily from Edna, the favorite. County Clare was odds 'on' ini the next division, and she won as she liked from Repeat. Medd...

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VICTORIA PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

VICTORIA PARK RACES. Though the weather was dull it did not stop a large attendance from patronising the Victoria Park Racing Cub's meeting last week. The racing was all that could be desired, especially the Zetland Steeple chase, of 2 miles, for which 14 out of the 20 entrants ran. Hopetoun was favorite, but he hit hard at the log jump in front of the stand and got rid of his rider, E. Williams, but fortunately neither horse nor rider suffered injury, and Good Shot, who was among the long-priced division, won easily from Coraki and Washpool. Goldlink succeeded in winning the opening event, Novice Plate, 4Vs furlongs, from Lete and Gipsy Jack. A large field started in the 14.3 Maiden Handicap, 4 furlongs, and Meddler, an outsider, got home from the even ? money favorite, Gamp, and E.F.O. Only five ran for the 14.2 event, and- Esor was at a short price, but he rah badly and could only occupy third place to Lady Zosn and Mulpera. purple Straw beat- a- good field of horses in the Victo...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASCOT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ASCOT RACES. The Ascot Racing Club . will hold the first day of their two-day's meeting on Saturday next,' and, judging by the en tries received, - some interesting sport should take place. Entries close at 5 p.m. to-day (Thursday) for the second day's racing, which takes place on Wed nesday, July 13.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPRING HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

' ? ? ♦_ ? THE SPRING HANDICAPS. Some few years back the one topic of j conversation among the sporting frater- J nity was the anticipation of the 'weights' j for the two Cups, and Epsom and Metrop., but since the Gaming, ancf Betting Act j came into force the last tln;ee years and the ' shops ' shut up, there lias been less interest manifested in the different; lian dicappers' estimates. However, the en tries are larger, and more people go. to the races now, but early speculation has been curtailed greatly. , There is a diversity of opinion in se veral instances between the Sydney and Melbourne liandicappers, but strange to say, the three weight adjusters have ap portioned Alawa 9st. 9lbs. in their .respec tive estimations for the Metrop., Caulfield,' and Melbourne Cups. . . ; EPSOM HANDICAP. 1 The big mile race is run on October 1', and Mr. Daly selected the crack New Zealand horse Master Soult as fop weight with 9.7. Perhaps the fact of 1700gns. be ing offered for. Master Soult i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS, * ' The Steeplechase\ meeting of thevMel bourne Hunt: Club last week was chiefly notable for the accidents which occurred. J. N. McGregor sustained a broken cpllar bone from a fall off Seajtrap ih the Ding ley Steeplechase. P. Cosgrove , had . two ribs fractured when Golusign fell witn him in the Clayton Hurdles. A. Seastrem rider of Red Wattle in the Dingley Steeplechase, got a slight concussion through falling, and S. Howie .was badly bruised through Nigel falling with him ih the same race. A start was made with the Clayton Hurdle Race, 2 miles, and Fire Eater was favorite at 5 to 2, but he never once flattered his backers, as he tailed off at the. commencement and eventually finished last .but one, Lady Glen winning easily from Busra and Stratford. Gold sign fell. There were 19 runners . for. the Tally-Ho Welter, 6 furlongs, .and Maura was the elect at 5 to 2, though Lord Des mond was also, solidly backed at threes, but little danger was threatened by eith...

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AN OLD-TIME RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

AN OLD-TIME RIDER\ ? Glancing , through the results of tho Mount Gambier Cup meeting, the. eyo caught the ; name of W. MacGregor on Mermaid in the South-Eastern Steeple chase. Billy MacGregor must be tho oldest cross-country rider in the wnoia world, still doing duty between the flags, and that is' saying a great deal.; He has been riding., (says the Adelaide 'Re~ gister, ') ' in graces for' the past 40 years, and a singular . coincidence is .that ex actly 31. 'years ago he rode Sleight ot Hand to^ victory in the very .- race he piloted his mare Mermaid last week. As a riiatter of fact, that was the first time the South-Eastern Steeplechase was de-. cided; and all old-timers will readily call :t.p mind Mr. N, McDonalds, old ,,gXey geld ing that so gallantly carried MacGriegor to jvictory, that. ;day, .Thei;^ we, re seven runners, and the : places were ' filled by ?Carry the News and Royal Saxon, Tlx® former was raced by Mr. E. G. Rex, and Royal Saxon carried the colors of that fine ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD CARBINE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

OLD- CARBINE AGAIN. - The ' London Sportsman ' furnishes the following from Budapest,1 relating to tho success of ? Carbine's son Carabas. It says:— -' Although we are among .the most important events of., the Budapest May, meeting,there are stm some remasters w be mado respecting the past Vienna Spring meeting. 'Three years ago, at the Newmarket July sales, Bavon ' do Springer, * the most assiduous buyer of English brood mares, bought the mar© Dolly Watts, with a colt-foal by Carbine, subsequently named Carabas. Last. yeai'F wlien a two-year-old, Cafabas, like most ^ of the produce of' Carbine,' did not. com# up \ to expectations, . and, although:?, in training, he could, not' be brought put, -and occupied his ''winter- quarters & dark horse.' i: ' -*. ' ' ''i * '- - , , /' This spring i the .: now ; three-y^.Eb01® showed some promise , in his jbonie |gal-: lops, and his initiail.. appearahcir fttftfjiWio resulted in a victory, he winning the Gar rasco Rennen at Vienna. Now...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 13 July 1910

AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH.— LOCAL AGENTS. Harry Agnew, Hairdresser, Cooma, C. Alderman, Dubbo. Nelson Andrews, A.W.U. Saloon. Barraba. W. Anderson, Storekeeper, Woodstock. H. C. Andrew, Saddler, Merriwa. M. Angus, Butcher, Millthorpe. J. M. Appleyard, Gulgong. T. jVI. Barrow. Tailor, Nyngan. T. E. Bassett, Fruiterer, Nevertirs. J. Beazley, Nield-st., Wyalong. M. Benjamin, Newsagent, Murrurundi. G. S. Blackmore, Storekeeper, Currabubula. W. J. Boston, Coachbuilder, Adelong. J. Brodie, Jerangle. J. C. Brayne, Newsagent, Coolamon! W. J. Carpenter, Hairdresser, Quirindi. A. J. Carver, Warren. J. A. Clarke, Coonamble. A. E. Cooper, Commercial Hotel, Eden. H. A. R. Cox, Newsagent,' Church-st, Mudgee P. Crane, Cordial Maker, Canowindra. E. Connor, Hotelkeeper, Molong. G. R. Deegan, Storekeeper, Berridale. Jno. Dodd, A;W.U. Agent, Parkes. J. J. Donnelly, Royal Hotel, Bungendore. Mrs. Dwyer, Storekeeper, Binalong. W. Elliott, Hairdresser, Gundagai. W. Flanagan, 107 George-stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 13 July 1910

AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. fpiCKETS, Ballot Papers, WORKERS, Rules, X Reports and Balance-sheets; etc.; can be obtained upon application to any of the undermentioned Agents: — G. E. Adams, Stratford, Vic. F. Anker, Broadford, Vic. . Tom Brierley, Trades Hall, Carlton. Ted Binns, Swan Hill, Vic. J. W. Brown, Avoca, Vic. A. J. Cannon, Germanton, N.S.W. Robt. Cochrane, Union Stores, Jackson-st., Casterton, Vic. Will Colenso, Eureka Hotel, Geelong, Vic. D. M. Corcoran, Berrigan. Currie Bros., Tocumwal, Hairdressers and Newsagents. Geo. Dougherty, Beulah, Vic... W. Ffrench, Lansborough, Vic. Gallagher Bros., Darlington Point, N.S.W. W. Hamilton, Tallangatta,- Vic. ? M. Heenan, Ararat, Vic. J. Jamieson, Scott-street, Camperdown, Vic. H. Lamond, ' Worker ?' Office, Sydney. Malcolm McCallum, Glenloth, Vic. . D. Macdonell, ' Worker ' Office, Sydney. T. Madigan, Penshurst, Vic. W. J. McEldrew, Cycle Agent, High Street, Eaglehawk, Vic. Jas. Macphersonf Steiglitz, Vic. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 13 July 1910

W« sire away Talking MarVne*, Gold TiTatehei, Jewel- fl9BB^HB9i^^l^ lerr, and other Valuable I'len.iums to those who help us ^P ^^^B^HW^fak. to introduce our remedies. \\ c want to increase our salei ^^^^^SHBS^v during the next few months. This Talking Machine re- ^^^WSMjs. produces Songs, Speeches, Band Music, &c, and can be ^^tRL used at all entertainments, in any size hall or room. It ^_ ?BaL has a i4-inch Metal Amplifying Horn, with Concert Metal ^E^gg^JBB^.hJ&B Base. Manyof our agents are making big money by giT- ^HWSc^P^^^^M ing concerts with this machine, which we give away jjK^S^M^B RH Free. Send us your name and address, and we will send , ^^PejaBSK-A-MWagafT M& you 8 boxes of our New Life Vegetable Pills (Formula 4tKBBBFv*\__ .^TTS**mi^jtttF printed on each box). Sell them at i/- a box, then remit ' WII'll^HMlllHlllllfmiBiSSB' us the 8/- received and we will promptly forward you, B B ^ H !H UllF BKT without extra expense or work, the valuable premiu...

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