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MR. M'CRYSTAL AND THE WHARF LABORERS. PRESIDENT'S RESIGNATION DEMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

MR. M 'CRYSTAL AND THE WHARF LABORERS. PRESIDENT'S RESIGNATION^ DEMANDED. At its meeting last week the WharS! Laborers' Union passed a resolution call ing for the resignation of its president, Mr. T. McCrystal. It is i-eported that Mr. McCrystal refused to nesnond to this hint, and that in consequence his position would have to be declared vacant by resolution. . X meeting for the latter, among other purposes, was to be held last evening, the l'esult of which must therefore be too late jfor publication in this issue. At the same meeting the com mittee appointed to inquire into certain reflections made on' the officers of the Union should have made its report, and this perhaps will prove to have afforded further ground for asking Mr. McCrystal to step down.

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

Marcus CM & Co., Ui Have much pleasure in informing their Patrons and the Public generally that their SPRING SHOW IS NOW ON VIEW. A Perfectly Entrancing Exhibition of NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES in all the Delicate Tints and Shades whlcb we ^re en regal at this time of year. NEW MATERIALS, NEW COLORINGS, NEW DESIGNS. -? — * Among the Fabrics that wil? be th6 raga this Spring are the following: — FCY. SILK and WOOL CREPES. FCY. SILK CREPE VOILES. SILK CREPE DE CHENE. COLORED CORDUROY, CRAPE NINON GAUZE DE LAINE, RESILDA. CREPOLINES, POPLIN DE CHENE. SILK STRIPED VOILES, NINON DE SOLS SILK and WOOL GRENADINES. BATISTE DE SOIE. Etc., Etc. WASHING FABRICS. _ EMBROIDERED SWISS MUSLINS. ? SILK EMBROIDERED CREAM DELAINH COTTON SHANTUNG, MERCERISED FOULARD. FRENCH LINENS, FLORAL MUSLINS. COTTON VOILES, WHITE PIQUE. READY-TO-WEAR COSTUMES. In all the Popular Textures and Colorings. SPRING MILLINERY. CHARMING MODELS 'FROM THE WORLD'S FASHION CENTRES, EXQUISITE FLORAL SPRAYS, CLUSTERS. AND ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND TAX BILL. TUESDAY NIGHT'S DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

LAf^O TAX BILL TUESDAY NJGHT'S DEBATE. In the debate on Tuesday night on the second reading; of the Federal Land Tax Bill, Opposition-Leader Deakin made a long speech, in which 'he contended that the measure, though nominally a taxing Act, was really a land policy, and for that reason must be unconstitutional. The purpose of a tax was to raise re venue; the policy of the bill to kill land monopoly, a thing only the States had the power to do. He moved as an amend ment — ' That the form of land tax out lined by the Prime Minister, and provided for in this bill, is -unjust in its incidence and an abuse of Federal power.' Attorney-General HugTies, ? in reply, said the Government was satisfied that the bill was perfectly, constitutional. Ex isting large 'estates, according to their unimproved value, were: 3140 of values between £5000 and £G250; 4926 be tween £6250 and £12,500; 1095 between £12,500 and £25,000; 766 over £25,000. The total value of the last-mentioned 706 estates was £48,1...

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

??'? Jk. 10/- MONTHLY..' w$M^7t2*^X Here's the , road to independence — small desirable 3;1 F& a»V^\ Farm Blocks,: close to Sydney. If you wish to be .inde Y%.\ ??«&*&&/}!)) Ii pendent of 'bosses,' you cannot do better than select wJ&U&i' if^^-\M one of these money-makers NOW. ^A^/fc^NfrWi&kV-^ PUTNEY.— Glenleigh Heights Estate, close to Putney gjISpJ '^'N/yi Wharf and handy to the Ryde Tram. -Big blocks of soil f£j¥ T^?x suitable for orchards. 'Lots average three-quarters of. an ' st&R^ \(l ??n.-re. Price from £22/10/-. Terms £1 down, 10/ Jfite^' 1 MORTDALE.— Willgrow Testate, about 12 minutes' oSglir s walk from the Station. Half-acres, suitable, for market jT' t*S& B j::irdfn.s or orchards. These blocks can be recommended — jf^afefej-ga /_1 I tiie. soil will grow anything. Price £2n a block — larger C ^HL 0% I areas if desired. Terms £1 deposit and 10/- a month. k ^Egp^^jgl^r J -Plans and ?' Rickard's Realty ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

TfiAX. ®UDE»EN CONVERSION. ? A ? WHAT THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSED AND WHAT THE LABOR * PARTY MADE THEM DO. - At' Chatstt-ood,' on Tuesday, Mr. Wade claimed- that- his Government had always^ intended that the-' whole of the ..value' given' to lands at Barreiijack by'reason of the irrigation' works should be reserved for 'the State. Unfortunately for Mr. Wade, there.1 is documentary evidence to the contrary. When 'the Wade Government, alarmed at the effect of Labor criticism oT their neg lect, introduced the Bill for which they now claim-credit, they did not propose to take any of the increment already attach ing to the land. The owners were to be made 'a-.- present of the value already given to their land by the expenditui'e of Go vernment /money, which in the case of Sir Samuel McCaughey's estates has been estimated at between £2 and £3 per acre. When r the. Labor Partjr denounced this Jjai'efaced proposal to present land owners' with many.' thousands of pounds, the Government' hastily ...

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

rmmmmmmmmmmni^^mm^mmmammmmamaa^aaWBaSSDnnnmmWamW^BaB^XS^mUKmmrjrifBtSri^ir*. : ? . . * ___ «» ?„—--. * I™11''11' ? '' ? ?''''' ? 'IUU*11 ? ~ — ,_« ^ Owing to the great increase in the price of Rubber, I J ' have been compelled to raise the*prices of | IB £» 'Phiz' Tandem Covers to - 22/6 each. J m ri W1 Postage, 1/- extra. I ISW 'Phiz' Roadster Covers - - 17/6 „ g *i^ffl M^ Postage, 9d. extra. | ^^S 'Phiz 'Roadster Covers, Second Ilr^^^fi^^W ' Postage, 9d.. extra.; -,. v : i ^^^n] Inner Tubes, Best Quality, 9/- ; Sec. Qua!. 7/6 1 b ? yd/ Postage, 6d. extra. jj I' H PRICE LISTS FROM ? - | iflci »nA 171 ELIZABETH STREET, HYDE PARK, f B : * ? ?'?' ? ? ? ______ ? _____ * ^j»--j-i-iliii^ii uu__uMm_uBBEgga — BitfVBtiiiJWBBBB-_38Bn»iTiMhiw/iBaB-BanaBaBEae— -3giiAiiuaMnnr^ WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS IN OUR COLUMNS, HLWHYS MENTION: THE WORKER. IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO OURS. Yota eaia'f go wrong in asking for TOOTH & CO. LTD., Proprietors, KENT BREWERY. SYDNEY. M w STRON...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

O:'.r r.urpme packet of handsome posicard3. *— rscti ciusigiis, every card artistic. All ! hiso-L-iass. will r.dorn any collection, stun ni.Tiy value. Post free to any address, Co.; f honestly worth Is. 6d. Every packet dif .. ferent. We make this astounding offer | merely as an advertisement for our Postcard I Department. If thev are not worth three I tim^s.the money, return them to us and I we v.-ill immediately return your money. 'i Send stamps or a sixpenny piece, and bo I sure you ask for the UW Surprise Packet. || Address: I THE GROWN STUDIOS, 1 tmB George St., Sydney. CHAPMAN &» GO., (Late PAGE & CHAPMAN). Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, 0ALW000 CHAMBERS, BATHURST ST . \ Telephone 2464 City. SYDNEY. !»«MB«Ml.-JlJIMrrl.»'^l1|L^llUI-1||r.)BT|ni|a,i|MlllJMI^.lllllfl««»«r^ Thompson AND Kitchen. 7/6 jj| 7/6 RENOWNED RAILWAY KNOCKABOUT WATCH, Post Fr»« 'j&j@ Post Fr««. GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS. This la the Best Value In Australia. AWARDED 16 PRIZE- MEDAL.1*. an...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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THE LABOR DAILY. ILLAWARRA MINERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY. i ? A iLLAWARRA MINERS' UNION, On Friday last Mr. J. C. Watson, one o'C the provisional directors of the projected Labor Daily, met the Delegate Board of the Illawarra miners at Wollongong, and. explained the scheme in detail. Ma-;. Watson pointed .. out that Labor . Con gresses in- New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland had cordially approved of the project, and recommended it to their constituent unions. The salient feature of the scheme was that the paper would be owned and controlled by Unions^ to the exclusion of the speculative indi vidual. After a number of questions Had been answered, the Delegate Board de- . cided unanimously' to recommend to the lodges that a levy should be struck to raise £1 per head of the Union by weekly instalments. , ' ,. On Friday evening Mr. Watson ad dressed a large meeting convened by the local miners'' lodge at Helenburgh, when' the proposal' for contributing to establish the daily was enthusiastically endorsed. The Illawarra ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOPICAL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

TOPICAL TALK. : Tin: Who's the clerical gentleman? Tack: Canon Boyce. Tin: I see— a big gun. . ? ??? .- *%-:- ? # ' # -_# -'?'.?? -;r -? A clergyman charged recently at ths Central Summons Court with marrying.- a couple under age bore the appropriate name, of Rivett. ? ? . ? . - # #. # . A young lady correspondent, who '.evi- dently believes that The Worker is an authority on ? social etiquette, wants to know if she1 should wear a low-necked dress at a card party. No, my 'dear: all you want to show at a card party is your hMid. Any- more questions? '.A CAMPAIGN .OF LIES.V ,' , You are right, ' Graiiny ' dear, 'tis ; a campaign of fibs, And it grieves- us to hear all the lies of . the Libs! ' ''''... They flatly deny that the jury was packed ? When Bowling was tried' under -Wade's . ' wicked Act, And soon may tell, us — their tales are so tall— . ?, ' -. ? * That Peter was not sent to prison at all. . # # ' *. Extract from a serial story in a Sydney, daily:— 'Rossmore shrugged his sh...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE LIGHT MARCHING CHAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ON THE LIGHT MARCHING - ; CHAIN. ? '? ?; Sydney dailies last week published |; official reports regarding the leg !? ironing of Peter Bowling arid Andrew Gray's complaint that' while being. conveyed to Bathurst Jail he was 'chained to a notorious criminal.' The Bowling report is. six months old, : and admits the leg-ironing. Two re ports, dated May, 'deny' Gray's statement. Collis, the Governor, of Darlinghurst Jail, reports that 'the five second-class prisoners were eaclC handcuffed by one hand to a light marching chain, in accordance with the regulations.' Hats' off! And that report immediately proceeds: 'None of the prisoners were hand cuffed together.' ! ! Warder John Barr, the escorting officer, reports that Gray Avas not ' chained lo a notorious criminal, as his -handcuff was attached to the light marching chain, the. same as the -other four prisoners. . . . Those prisoners' re cords show that there - was not any notorious criminal amongst them.' ! ! I; r\ THE light marching c...

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PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. II—COMMON LAW PLEADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. A ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. II.— COMMON LAW PLEADING. By J. D. FITZGERALD (Barrister-at-Law). ' Here,' says an-English legal writer, ' we approach what was once a great mystery, almost as -great as that in which the Patrician Order at - Rome enveloped the formulae of actions,' until they were divulged by the theft of the scribe Flavius.' ' In the above words an English -legal authority described the old system of Common Law pleading, which exists al most in- its pristine beauty in New South Wales, and nowhere else in the British Dominions. It ' must be firmly remem bered that all complex preliminary steps, all technicalities, are in favor of the rich arid against, every other, class. The aim of all law reform, therefore, should be in the direction of simplification of proced ure. As Sir John Holker put it ,in Eng land, our -practice and procedure should be 'plain, simple, intelligible, and un-. technical.' I shall show later that we have something:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAND FROM UNDER! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

STAND FROM UNDER I J.D. : The habit of taking their opinions from London, for so long characteristic of our Australian ' business men,' is just as prevalent aa ever. For instance, it is only since the J. Bull newspapers announced tho fact that the big-estato investments of British and other financial institutions are likely to be prejudicially affected by the Federal land tax that the investors of Australia begin to realise what really struck them on April 13. It is the. same with the city landlords. They have read the comments of the ' Times,' and ' Standard,' and ' Chronicle,' on the Australian Parliament's lan-d tax pro posals, and now, at last, realise that the day of the land-jobber is past and gone and done' for. Particularly un joyful are those who have speculated in vacant lots in towns that are surrounded by large estates, for. they now see clearly enough that the land tax on those large estates will operate like the blow of a sharp axe on the hoop of a dumped wool-bale — i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIES OF THE DAILY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

UfcS Ul- I iit UftiLY ^KfcSS. The coAA'ardly Conservative press ' re ceiA'es the coAvnrdly political letters ft 'deserves. These are v iiiA-a.ria.bly signed ., with a nom-de-plume, as the writers are j afraid of being boAVlod out in their mis- ? statements. Three letters of this type appeared in the ' S.M. Herald ' one day! recently under' the heading of ' State Elections.' The first avus palpably AArit ten by an Ananias. He described liimselE as a Labor man and signed himself 'True Blue LaborX He pretended that he wanted Mr. Morrish, the Labor candidate \ for King DiA'ision, to answer ihe ques tion Avhy he (Mr. Morrish) did not accept the challenge of Mr. Henley, M.L.A., to address, in con-junction Avith that mem ber, a meeting at Burwood, to be partly packed by supporters of Mr. Henley, M.L.A. As Mr. Morrish had refuted Mr. . Henley's charges in public at Burwood he had done his share. This anonymous writer and another, signing himself 'A- King Division Hotelkeeper,' Avere chal le...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL SUGAR MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

GOLOHIAL SUGAR MOHOPOLY. In the House of Representatives last Thursday, Mr. W. G. Higgs (Capricornia) moved his resolution proposing the ap pointment of a representative royal com mission to inquire into the sugar industry of the Commonwealth. The monopoly of the C.S.R. Company was, foe said, now complete, and it fixed prices at its own sweet will. Its shareholders numbered 1400, and its profits were very large, even according to its own balance sheets; and it was freely said that these documents did not disclose the full extent of the company's yearly gains. In 1908 the company had taken £350,000 from re serves and distributed it among the shareholders in the form of new shares, provided that they paid £15 a share. At the same time the growers had to accept £1 a ton for their cane. The wages paid to field workers ranged from 22/6 to 30s. a week, and in many districts had shown no increase since the founding of the Commonwealth. Traversing the financial operations of the company wit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

To convert your doubting 'neighbor, Try him with 'The Case for Labor.' It's as bright &.s'~br!ght c#a be, .- And its yours for one and three ?

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PERTH TRAMWAY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

PERTH TRAMWAY STRIKE. Advices from Perth indicate that vio lence of a most brutal nature was used by the police against the crowds of people who had assembled to witness the blacklegs working the privately-owned trams. Labor members were most severe in their condemnation of the police. Mr. Jack Hohnan went so far, in his righteous indignation, as to term one of them a 'white-livered dog.' He also said that troopers riding on the footpaths knocked down a woman and bumped into his wife and child. He himself went to the scene because word was brought that the police were creating a disturbance in Hay street. Had he seen his wife so treated, he would have thrown the white-livered dog off his horse if he had to serve two years for it. He would have used the first weapon to hand. The whole distur bance was caused by the police, under the orders of Commissioner Hare, who wanted revenge because the Labor Party years before suspended him. The Premier read a police report, stat ing that Serge...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES ALBURY— B. C. Loyd. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. ALLOWRiE— C. W. Craig. AN NAN DALE— G. M. Davidson. ARMIDALE— F. H. Bryant. ASHEURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. ASH FIELD— W. B. Prendergast. BALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. BEGA— F. E. Riloy. BELMORE— P. J. Minahan, M.L.A. BELUBULA— C. J. Danahey. BINGARA— G. R. W. McDonald. BLAYNEY— G. S. Beeby, M.L.A. BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. BROKEN HILL— J. H. Cann, M.L.A* BURWOOD— Thomas Tytherleigh. BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A. CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertson, M.L.A. - ???'..? CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Trefte, M.L.A. CLARENCE— W. Cahil!. CLYDE— W. H. Tomkins. COBAR— D. Macdonell, M.L.A. COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A. COROWA— J. Grant. DARLING \HARBOR— J. P. Cochran, M.L.A. DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan, M.L.A. DARL1NGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A. DURHAM— A. Elkin. GLEBE, THE — Thomas Keegan. GLOUCESTER— Con. Hoga...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

BELMOBE ELEQTOBATE. : ALL FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS of Labor are invited to attf.id a Meeting- to be held at the TEMPLE, .ELIZABETH ST., on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, at S o'clock, for the purpose of -forming a League ia Belmore. Mr. P. J. MINAHAN, M.L.A,, ' will address the Meeting. * ' . E. FARRAR. -- SUTHERLAND. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in BOYLE'S HALL, SUTHERLAND, on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of forming a Branch of the P.L.L. Al are invited. J. McGRATH, Convenor. ~~ VICTORIAN P.L.L. DOTOAS STATE ELECTION NOMl-VATIOiV« from P' _?.._-- JZ&fle to conte.r; me nlcvc scat will he received liy the umlf^-i-nca at .HAMILTt/X. until S p.m., on'-li-t (.. .:TCi1-5j0I?i 191f\ A. .'.XDSE'A'S, President, - 'i :'&?:-.) Slton vsv^Tieh. P.L,C- '

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

TP SPBHESMNDEHTS. . Onjs Wh& 'wonders Why. — We take no notice of anonymous communications. A.D.E. — There was no award. The Ar bitration Court, 'howevei*, inade a number of recommendations which the farmers complete^' ignored. Write. to Me. D. L. McNamara, sec. Rural Workers' Union, Trades Hall, Melbourne. . J.H.K. — It is a matter Avliich you had better refer to the Executive. Inquirer. — (1) Charters Towers, 24,315. (2)Ballarat.

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

DUHDAS ELEOTQUATE. Nominations for' a Labor candidate for the-Dundas, V.; electorate, close Avith Mr. A. AndreAVS, secretary of the Hamilton P.L.C., at 8 p.m. on October 1. ,

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