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DOINGS AT RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

DOINGS AT RANDWICK. r Some interesting work was done on the ' magpie ' grass track at Randwick, Thursday, August 25, the track being in splendid galloping order.. Son of the Marsh disposed of nine furlongs in 2-min. 9sec, going comfortably throughout. Flaxen was not at his top in running a mile in lmin. nOsec, moving nice and freely. The Derby colt Beverage ran half a mile steadily, when Blast joined him, and the pair finished out six furlongs in lmin. 19sec. Lager went takingly over a milo run in lmin. 48se-?., and Apple. Pie ran three-quarters of a mile in lmin. 21*4sec. Patronatus and Sheen left nine furlongs behind them in 2min. 8sec, both going well. King Foote and a mate traversed six furlongs in lmin. 19sec, while Cadonia and True Spec occupied a second ' longer over the same course. Gigandra did useful work over a round, and Danilo and Blue Book left six fur longs behind in lmin. 20sec. Desert Rose was not extended over a circle, and Eric alone ran nine furlongs in 2min. lse...

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

.,.' Department of Public WorRa, : ' Sydney, August 26,. 1910. TTIEKDISRS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND JL SUPPLIES. TENDERS for the Works, etc., specified below will be received at this Department ? unlit 2 o'clock p.m. on the dates mentioned: — MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1010. Eren-tion of New Building, Public School, Vi'allendbeen. Additions, etc.. to Public School, Clunes. (Fresh tenders.) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910. ' 1 ^Erection of Teacher's Eesidence, Public School, Misabotti. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2C. 1910. Erection of Ne-v Building-, Public School, ..Tumbeniniba. (Fresh tenders.) AuifUions to New Building:, Technical Col '' 5oge, AVest Mnitland. Repairs to Pilot's Residence, Pilot Station, Bellinger Heads. (Fresh Tenders.) Cesslruetion of Drainage Works for Mur TVilhimbah Swamp./ Adscuon.s to Court House. Tenterficld. (Sa-10) ? CHARLES A. LEE. Suffered Beyond Words for 3 Years — Pain was Maddening — Skin Peeled, Flesh Grew Hard and Broke -8 Doctors did No Good. ONE BOX OF CUTICURA ENDED THE ...

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

COMING EVENTS. The Victoria Park Racing Club hold another meeting on Saturday next, when some good racing should eventuate. The Zetland Steeplechase, of 200 sovs., two miles is the chief event of the dajv Entries close at 5 p.m. to-day (Thurs day) for the meeting to be decided at Ascot on Wednesday, September 7.

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A SPORTING ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

? ; ? ^ ? . A SPORTING ACTION. A case which caused a deal of interesrt recently -was that of -Thomas Patrick Johnson, an owner and trainer residing la Johannesburg, but formally of Sydney, who brought an action in the Rand Jligh Court against the chairman of the jockey club of South Africa (Mr. Charles Marx) for £ 1000 damages in respect of the action of the club in warning him off. The plaintiff asked for reinstatement and £1000 damages. The action of the Jockey Club in warning plaintiff off was the re sult of-the running of the mare Merry Widow, who ran at Turffontein (Johan nesburg) at the races of the Johannes burg Turf Club, was unplaced in a. five furlong race on March 26, and won a race over five furlongs and a half on March 28. The mare started'.at 7 to 4 against on the first occasion,- and 10 to 1 against- on the second. The plaintiff's explanation of the running of the horse was that -the first day Merry Widow got a very poor start, and on the second a flying start. The an...

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ACCIDENTS TO RACING CRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

ACCIDENTS TO RACING CRACKS. . It was r indeed , unfortunate that the New ; Zealand, mare ' Milan contracted pneumonia, .wllile on her voyage to Syd ney, aricl'died ' at sea.- She had been backed ..for the Melbourne Cup by her owner.' .By, the same steamer Lady Lucy, the. New Zealand. Clip-' winner, arrived last week, but on the way she got a chill, and ^a slight attack of ' pneumonia followed, ? but it is expected that she will beall right in a few days, arid then will be put into work at Randwick before going over to Melbourne. She has been backed by her connections for the Mel bourne Cup,- for which she;.. is weighted at 7.12. : Another horse xith important engage ments to meet with an accident ,was Master Soult, who was the champion of New Zealand. He is very restive in his box, and got one. of his legs over a chain, and cut it'below the knee, besfcles which he bruised his fetlock. It may prevent his taking part at the A.J.C. spring meet ing, but it is not expected tliat any per ...

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

? ? illiberal Tavlor, of St. George; is also on Xe Brigades Board. His light wxll be douched in October. ^ , * * ? *. ? K ? Coercionist Taylor (St George): 'I tell vnul did speak in Parliament.' yTnteriector: 'Yes, you rose and asked the Chairman to have the window shut.' * # * - ?-During my three years in Parliament, t have never once 'been called upon by lw wirty to vote on any question at S dteSes. of the caucus.'-G. S. Beeby. JI.LA. # # f '?'.. Speaking at Waverley last .week/ Pre mier Wade was attacked with a fit of Toughing, when one of the crowd called , out 'Aha, the political death-rattle al | ready!' # # - # S Air W Kearsley, M.L.A., has completed i . tour of the outlying centres of . Waleha, \ fn support of Frank Bryant, .the Labor ! ididate for Armidale. Labor prospects i are very bright in the electorate. # ,??#'? * 1 There are two lawyers in the N.S.W. ] State Labor Party-Holman and Beeby. i Si were Labor men before they I rL lawyers, and both became members | of the p...

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

Nlco?L /^^ JQF DAVIS' SPECIAL LEVER oxiniccn fw vik VvL Unilv Ul B.^flfiBHi l-fc» w fall °ASE' 1 40ik )l !S A HIGH-GRADE WATCH 17/6 ^Plr AT A L0W PRICE' *l-»jgp Strong Nickel or Oxidised Case, dust -jjS^pi^ii^lIk proof or water-tight. Guaranteed for ^^^^^^^^^^^. 10 years and to keep perfect time all W^ tsr ^m S0Li0 SILVER GASE- 30/' MmI' j J-^^Sk ^'^'fil'lf/ Sent postage paid to any address; and WvL**^^ /^^^%jti$& *JF/W after a week's trial should it not give 'w'^/f' P^ — ? '^^r^Mwff every satisfaction you can return it ^l» ?\^» ?&£ ': / ^'\. +& W/ anc' nave y°ur morney back. ^&mi&i' ? ' ? U U-fc U A I I O, F^xn YOT.-it .MHHti^. r,r,., j win 28 PARK STREET, SYDNEY. ??:?;?{ y.'in my Ciitnlwu-'. it wiil assist -w! slion.''!11'''1 soltiClil)'s' anJ *'ave Estab. 30 years. One door from Pitt St. Manufacturing Confectioners and Importers of High-class English, American, and ? continental Sweets. »The Deiight of the Connoisseur, STEDMAN'S Famous ' LI...

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

VICTORIA PARK RAGING CLUB ZETLAND. SATURDAY NEXT, SEPT. 3, 1910. £440 PRIZE MONEY. £440 £200_ ZETLAND STEEPLECHASE ' £200 First Race, 2.15 p.m. H. COBCROFT, Sec. V.P.R.C. 20 and 21 Imperial Arcade. 'Phone 554 Central. ASSOCIATED RAGING GLUBS. VICTORIA PARK . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 ASCOT : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. J. UNDERHILIj, Sec ' 11 Elizabeth St. 'Plione 2082.

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

1 V v^ They cannot be otherwise, for nothing: but the best ma 1 f OT/////IJII III $a terial is used in their construction, arid they are put toge 1 smJKfifl II I j^i ^ier ^y experienced mechanics. j.y I \ ?- I |h^ — ?*; For £'11 you can get one of our favorite Models — No. 3. It I \ I'n^O has been tested and tried on all conditions of roads, and J \i*?l Flf always upholds its reputation for goodness. I If desired we can furnish a model that is specially adapted for rough buah I riding. The clearance is very wide, and the machine specially strengthened. Write i for Catalogue. 1 BENNETT & BARKELL, B 'Largest Cycle Building House in the State,' | 234 PITT STREET and CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. IIP YOU . . | ttEND ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. I GUARANTEE THE BEST MARKET PRICE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON LICENSED ' RACEC0URSE8. . \ I To ensure reply, all Telegrama must be marked REPLY PAID. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS I Reg. V.R.C., V.A.T.C., and A.J.C. (Mention 'Tlia Worker.') n T^i^« ^^^^^^^^...

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LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. [In order to ensure publication. League Secretaries should send their reports to The Worker' not later than Monday nights.]

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. BEX LEY. — Reports of the canvassers show a largre majority in Bexley portion of St. George in favor of Mr. Bagnall, selected La bor candidate. A successful social was held in the Rockdale ' Town Hall on August 19, and we have now ample funds with which to. fight the campaign.— J. II. Mannell, Hon. Sec. GLEBE.— A Women's Organizing Commit tee has been formed, and 17 women joined to assist in the return of Mr. Keegan, the selected Labor candidate. Miss Seery, hon. sec. Women's CO. Committee, was present.' a.na gave an interesting address. Officers: President, Mrs.- Gordon; vice-presidents. Mesdames Logan, Taylor, and Scrog sms; treasurer, ? Mrs. McDunagh; press sec retary. Miss O'Mara; secretary, Mrs. Mason. A social was held on Aug. 29, there being about 400 present, and a most enjoyable time was spent. Dancing was kept up from S to 12, interspersed with selections ren dered by Misses Cott. J. Webb, B. Cou, Messrs. I-Iallam and Coleman, and Masters Keegan and Munro....

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

VICTORIA. OVENS.— At a meeting of P.L.L. delegates (Ovens electorate), held at Myrtleford, and at which- the Chlltern, Beechworth, Myrtleford, Harrietville, Buckland, and Parepunkah branches were represented, it was unani mously decided to invite nominations from persons eligible to contest the Ovens seat at the next Sta.te elections. The Ovens is embraced in the Indi Federal electorate, and gave Mr. Parker Moloney, M.H.R., a big lead in the late Federal fight, and while re cognising- the sitting member, the Minister for Education, will be hard to beat, delegates were confident that a great fight in the inte rests of the cause will be put up. And, apart from this excellent fighting chance of carry ing off the seat, it was recognised that the contest will keep the sitting member too actively engaged in his own interests to per mit of him passing into the neighboring elec torate, Benambra, and giving his brother Conseravtive, Mr. Craven, assistance. The financing of the campaign was a...

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THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") TIPS FOR WARWICK FARM Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

!'the- tijrf. _____$_ ? — . -. . (BY i'THE PUNTER.'); TIPS FOR WARWICK FARM Hurdle Race. Lemonwoocl ? -.._.....?? yellow Aster ? g - Manitoba ? Farm Stakes. Deep Blue ? ?'? 2 Tazoni ? ? ? Charmeuse ? ' ? Randwick Stakes. (Special Weights.) Prince Foote ? - Aborigine ? * True Spec ? ? ? ° ' Spring Handicap. queen's Medallist ? ?? 1 Flaxen ? ?'????. ? - Diabolo ? Warwick Handicap.,, ' Blue Book ? ? ? -? ? * Britain ? ; ? ? ? ; ? ; * „ ; Nuwarra Eliya ? .???? d Pace Welter. Blast ? ''?'' ? \ ? Cliauvelin ? :?-.?? ? - * '. Elegy ? .......... ? 6 - . ? a

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

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. _ j. Costello (Ford's..Bridge) : No. A ? _____

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

? — -♦ ? - ^ MOONEE VALLEY, x . Backers had a bad day at the 'Moonee Valley meeting last week, as .sevpral long-price,d ones got home. The stewards held an inquiry into the running of Bright Mist' in the Steeplechase, but accepted the explanation of those concerned. A start was made with the Handicap Hurdle Race, two miles, Enchant being the fa vorite at 7 to 2 in a field of 16, but he shaped disappointingly, and he finished out of a place to Brownie (10 to 1), who won aft§r a good finish from Atticer, Barney O'Hea being third. A field of 23 was saddled for the Maiden Plate, five furlongs, and the winner turned up in the Machine Gun filly Manganite, who started at 3 to 1, and won comfortably from Washka and Silver Strand. That consistent mare, Belle Seibreicnt, a 10 to 1 chance, captured the principal event of the day, Valley Handicap, one mile, from Bramshaw and Mutilatoi*. The Steeplechase, two miles eight chains, was an interesting race, and Kauma won from Bright Mist and Red Wat...

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MOOREFIELD MEETING. Good Sport and a Large Crowd—Patronatus in Form—Ra Beats Lager at Weight-for-Age—Locomotion a Winner. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 1 September 1910

- MOOREFIELD MEETING. : Good Sport and a Large Crowd.— ! ? Patronatus in Form.— RasBeats; Lager, j at Weight-for- Age.— Locomotion a ????;???'- Winner. ; — K ---..There was a very large crowd ? to^ wit ness thfi. racing at Mooref ield .-last Satm:-' !? day, and beautiful- weather \ prevaj led. I Tlie new syndicate which bought 'the SYourse recently has had, no. cause to com ? plain of the bargain it made. Sport commenced with a hurdle race, .,i seven going to the post, and the ; country -'? '. ?;? ?u-'V i.lonV.-ah was selecte|p;;Caybr itP nt s tn l. Ennismar mas1': 7;''to 2,, Yellow Aster 4 to 1, and Host ^nd; Lord ' Jlalster 5 and C to 1 respectively/ Yellow Aster was in' front for three' parts:, ,o'f the journey, but Boolah'was going easily behind. He ran past. Yellow Aster half a. mile, from home, arid won comfortably from Ennismar. arid Host. Lord Malster showed a bit of pace, but slowed down at his jumps, unseating his rider at the last. The winner was ridden by Bowerman. A doz...

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TASMANIAN BRANCH. Employers Federation Active—Cane-Cutters—Cocksure Non-Unionists—Rabbit Trapping. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

? TASMfirilAN 'BRAk'OH. f 1 Employers Federation Active. — Csne-Cut- ters. — Cocksure Non-Unionists. — Rabbit Trapping. Since writing last, we have, had an ex ceptionally quiet time in *' Tassy,' and must expect nothing of any consequence' until Show time. Judging by- the past season, the Show should bp a record one, so far as stock exhibits go. The Employers Federation of Tasmania met recently at Ross, but as the meeting was, as usual, in camera, we are prac tically in the dark as to what transpired. une tning is evident, tnat tne results oi last Federal election, and the number of industrial unions that have recently come into existence, are moving them to ac tion, And Laborites should be uplind do ing also; sleeping On the glorious victory of the 13th of April will not do. Wt should let our opponents see that we can easily hold our own, and go one or two better when the time arrives again. I see that Senators Rae and Gardiner, and W. Johnson, M.H.R., are going to put in some orga...

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HOT ACCOMMODATION IN TASMANIA. BILL KNOCKED OUT BY COUNCIL OF FOSSILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

-mMr fAafiaMMOiwtt ion-' ir ; TASMANIA. bill knocked out by council OF FOSSILS. As anticipated, the Legislative Coun cil, that glorified congregation of dead beats which tlite would-be-good folks in every State teil us is Accessary to ?:-hec-k hasty legislation, has thrown out with no uncertain vigor the 'hasty' bill which was to secure for shearers and shed hands in Tasmania something bet ter than a dog-kennel to doss and eat in during their stay at the sheds. At the last State election in Tasmania, four of the five squatter legislators in the Assembly who had helped to block the Bill in -the previous Parliament, were turned from the doorstep of the House by the stony-hearted electors. Thereupon the Labor Party took the opportunity to again present their compliments, and the Shearers Accommodation Bill. This time the latter met with more ready accept ance; the Bill was despatched on its, perilous journey upstairs, and given 'a 33 to-1 chance of getting through. ] The result justifi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

A most successful concert in aid of Wentworth Hospital was held in the .Woodlands Woolshed, A.N. A. Branch, ,Wentworth, on Aug. 20. The shearers, shed hands, and representatives of the Federal Sheep Shearing Company partici pated. Mr. Withers, owner of Woodlands, lent his piano for the occasion, and the accompaniments were splendidly played Jjy Messrs-. Mi-Bain and Hodge. The sing ing was 'of it high class, and a credit to the bush workers. The proceeds amounted to £6. — M. McLeod, Rep.

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THE O'BRIEN MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

THE O'BRIEN MEMORIAL Mr. Sain Hodges forwards from Yanko, Jerilderie, t-he following statement of re ceipts and expenditure in connection with _ the Patrick (Mo.) O'Brien memorial: — , Receipts, — Yanko, £3 17s. 6d.; Coree, £5 10s.; Narrow JPJains, £1 2s. Id.;' H. 'Johnson, 7s. 6d.; M. J. Woulfe, 10s.; W. Doyle, 5s.: total, £11 12s. Id. Expendi ture, — Stdne, £7; setting, £3 17s. 6d.; ^carriage, 10s.; postage, etc., 4s. 7d.: -total, £11 12s. Id.

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