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LEVIES FROM W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

LEVIES FROM W.A. Dear Worker, — I beg to report as fol lows, the receipt of levies for daily paper: Vuin Station, A. Fenton, Rep., £15; De Grey Station, Andy Watts, Rep., £9; Yanrey Station, A. Wilde, Rep., £30. Everything going well over here. — T. L^ JBrown, Sec. A.W.U., W.A. Branch.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY IMPORTANT NOTICE. - - ? While, so far as the season lias gone, nearly the .whole of our members have been loyally paying up their levies for the 'Labor Daily'' in their first sheds, there yet have been instances where some have refused 'to do so. The levy was imposed by a huge major ity vote of the members themselves, and it is to be regretted that there is even one member in .our midst prepared to violate Union principles by trying to evade pay ment. For the information of such, therefore, we would quote section 68 of the Com monwealth Conciliation and Arbitra tion Act of 1904. This is the section: ' All fines, levies, or dues . payable to an organization by any mem ber thereof under its rules may, in so far as they are owing for any period of mem bership subsequent to the registration or proclamation of the organization, be sued for and recovered in the name of the or ganization in any Court of summary jur isdiction constituted by a Police, Stipen diary, or Sp...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE BRANCH. Yudnapinnia Hospital Collection—Laborers Strike—Scarcity of Shearers. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

3* ADELAIDE BRANCH. i Yudnapinnia Hospital Collection. — La-] borers Strike. — Scarcity of Shearers. i ? ...... i Started: Myrtle Springs, Melton; Yud lamulka, Wirrillipa, Whydown. Ciit but: Martin's Well,- Erudina, Cur xiamoria, South Gap, Woodlands. Cash received: C. Welsh, a/c Taylor, £13 Is.; C. Welch, £11 8s.; J. Redley, a/c Taylor, £6 9s.; 'J. Redley, £2; T. ~ Wheately, £35 4s.; G. W. Lloyd, a'c ' Do'rody list, £2 2s.; G. Taylor, £48; M. - Delaney, a/c Taj'lor, £32 2s.; w. .wamert, - £12 5S.; W. Norris, £6 5s.; 'J. Murphy, » £300; G. iNOian, 9s.; G. Warren, £2; J. Kemp, £1 12s. 6d.; - C. Davis, 20s.; J. Aworth, £1 lis.; D. Carroll, 16s.; T. Boy Ian, 16 s..-* One of the shearers who shore at Yud napinnia station last shearing was in ? quiring the reason why no hospital dona tion was shown on Adelaide Branch bal ance-sheet. The reason is that no amount was received from that shed. Ern. Buza ? cott, who was Rep. there last year, writes - me' that no collection was taken up, but a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? Some members have been inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed Labor. 'Daily' shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall be Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union owned and controlled. To give the other Unions a chance to come in it is imperative that the scheme aiiaii uu uuacu upuii iinco. ^uin pany law requires ^that a certain number of persons shall join together to enable a company to be formed in the first in stance. To comply with this law it has been decided that a certain number of approved persons may come in as founda tion members. The total amount of cash they may pay in pnly amounts to £100 out of a total of £100,000, .and the voting power is based on the money paid in, so that it should be clear they will not have the slightest power to influence the con trol which the Unions, for 'whom are reserved the £99,900 worth of shares, will have over the paper. Each foundation m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LOG-ROLLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

A'tOG-ROLlWC SHEEP*' *1' The log-rolling referred to does noC jnean the moving of timber for political' or personal ends, but indicates the means adopted-- by a sheep-farmer to modcra t-y the straying propensities of -a well sct-a|f! Lincoln ram who is everything that bW ought to be save that' lie is endowect with Houdini-like talents for getting through steel wire barricades or en-* tanglements., _ ..'Mr. G. D. Theakstone, of Jerilderic,- {fee owner of. this roving- ram, desiring ' id keep him within bounds, tried all sorlsi of. devices, but found nothing would kecfv liim- in any paddocks which he- desired 14* vacate for pastures new. Mr. Theakstoha thought he would apply the gag,' but ;n- - stead of putting it into the moutV of ,tbo, representative of Lincolnshire placed It round his neck in the shape 'of an brdinary ' saddle-strap, to the end of whicli he at tached a line fastened to a. fah'-&;izc-L piece, of Australian forestry in the sliapo of a box log some foui^ feet ...

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

50UNTRY DIRECTORY, ? ? zrrr— — ? J A W.U. AGENTS and ORGANIZERS cai .. curn money by canvassing for advertise 'itipiUs for this column. For particulars Win- WORKER MANAGER, 129 BATIIURSJ STREET. SYDNEY. -??NEW SOUTH WALES. __ ADAMINABY. ? ~A~T ' ST RALTAN HOTEL. Best Accom. jHL Only Union House in Town. George West. ALBURY. A* T SLOEY'S SALUTATION HOTEL Visitors will find Every Comfort. ? 'TE. 'PERCY, Men's' Mercer, 'Clothier, Hatter, t J . Tailoring on Prem i ses . ? Fit G uara n te ed . STONE'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Kiewa ? St. Workers' . House. Unionists welcome. m JHONSTON, Federal Hotel. Best Accom. X . Members & Travelling Public. Free Slblg. Thos. ryan, market hotel, Aibufy. Best Wines. Spirits, and Ales. ARIAH PARK. STEWART &? I-LU THWAITE for Drapery. Boots, Groceries, and Ironmongery^ ARMIDALE. A FACT WORTH KNOWING. RAMSAY'S ? _ ROYAL Can't B Beat. ? AMcDONALD, Tailor, Beardy St., Armi ? . dale. No puff needed, work speaks. Australian hotel. t-i.'h. hunold. ? ...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are to continue working under the terms of the present Arbitration award until such time as the claim which is now being made for an alteration !?: dealt with by the Court. It is hoped the Court . will determine the matter before* the shearing is far ad vanced. In any engagements members may en ter into extending over a lengthy ^period, they should make a condition that any work done after the award of the Court has been given ! shall be'' paid for at the rates specified in su'h award. W. G, SPENCE, President. DONALD MACDONELL. Gen. Sec. Copies of the Official RcDort or t.ne Reid-I-Iolman Debate are now being offered at the low rate of ten shillings per hundred; postage extra. At this price, they are the best propaganda literature available. Orders may be sent direct to this office.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POOR SAVAGE OF CIVILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

^ A' pOOR SAVACE' D^/'85 CIVILISATION. -The poor ignorant .savage ventured to put - a few questions to the pious- mission- ary who wished to save, him from his benighted condition, and to confer upon him the benefits of civilisation. ' You &ay that I should work?', 'Yes, certainly, my good brother., Satan finds evil for idle hands to do!' 'Who, is Satan,- sir?' r 'He is the devil.' . ? ' 'Does he live in' your* countx*y, then?' ' Alas, my sinful friend, he', lives* every where,' said the Good Man. '?/ ) ' Well, he's never done' me .any harm,' said the savage, 'so I think -I'd better stay as I am.' ' _ ' No, no,' .cried the Good Man,. ' Your life of idleness is wicMced.' - i ' Do all 'the people work in your coun try?' asked the savage'. ' . . , r ' Yes.' . , 'Work hard?' - _ , , ? ' Um, er, most of them.'. 1 , ? ' And are . all of those , who , work - hard quite happy?' - - ' Er, no,' replied the missionary hesi tatingly. A ' ???_;. ' i1- ',AVhy is that?' ' 'Well, you see, t...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOURKE BRANCH. Shortage of Shearers—Increased Rates Paid—Liberal Candidate Makes a Bad Start. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

bourne branch. ? Shortage of Shearers.— Increased Rates £»aid.— Liberal . Candidate 'Makes a Bad Start. ; Started:— Olivo Downs, Onepah, Wap v/eelah, Bringagee, Piedmont; Mulgawar . rina, Marra (Nyngan), Magenta, Jew's Lagoon, Forest Vale, Burindi, .Apple Tree 'dump, Sanely Camp, Tinapagee, McDon. ?ald's Creelc, AYliarprilla, Wallangra, E^~ ' more, 'iirui, Kinnimo, Terlings, Nymagee, ' pyny'a, Boonaldoon, Lissington, Groongal, ' Trinkey. Glen Emu, Moolbong, Wutta orAHTIJI. Cut out:— Mt. Woods, Gol Gol, Boor ooma, Willamurra, Glenariff, Mookoo, ; jVerrlna, Thorndale, Pidgee Pidgee, Booli-^ ; gal, Tulloona, Yarrowin, Mt. Mariana,' ; Willow Glen, Tarwong, Boondara, Bre con, Oakleigli, Baden Park, Oreel, Spring , Plains. Received for tickets and levies: — J. W. , Gibbs, Kergunyali, £9/13/9; A. .Blakeley, Organizer, £2; B. Lenhon, Boorooma, a/c ; Richards, £1/17/3; . T.' j., Swiney, Quan- ; tambone; a/c Richards, £78/15/-; D. Cashel, Mercadool, a/c Lonsdale, £51 10/9; E. H. Richards, Org...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGARDING THE SHED HANDS' CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

RECARDING THE SHED HANDS' GASEt, Dear Worker, — It is the prevailing opin-'i ion amongst shed hands that a more solid i fight niust be put up on tlfeir, behalf .at I the coming investigation of their claims by .the. Arbitration Court tlian was the case last time. Some of the terms used in the shed hands', section of the -Award, s'uch- as 'good and sufficient food,' .'clearing the board,' and .' regular1 working Jiours ',V*re onlrft snmfi ? flftfinitfi intf-rr)rf-tn.tinn. This leaning to our section is-' not- -confined- to those -just mentioned,' but is 1 perceptible amongst delegates to'. Conference, ? and leads them into inconsistency in some in stances. With reference to the . Confer ence; discussion (vide last official, report), on reps.' commission; when it was decided to allow 6d. on shearers' tickets and 3d. on generals'. I am prepared to say that it is not more difficult to isssue a 15s. ticket than it is to issue a lOs.v ticket, because the shearer can afford 15s. much easie...

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CENTRAL BRANCH. Wet Sheep Case—Sickness at Sheds—Broad Gauge Machines—Pressers' Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

? CENTRAL BRAMdH:5'! -! Wet Sheep Case. — Sickness at Sheds.^ Broad Gauge Machines. — Pressers' ?; /Rates. Started — N,orth Whoey, Carrawobbity, , Wrenston, Pine. Ridge,. Belaringar) Lock dale,- Wombianna, Nebea, Warrah, Breeza, Narraway, Tourable, Mile wa ^Tottenham) , Myamely, Gunnie , Guidrie, Raby, Bona W«st; Mullengudgery, Bynya, Mount Erin, Tongy, Buddigowei*, Woodlands, Tonder brine, Narwonah, Line View, . Woodside, Erlside,. Wilga Plains, Fairview (Coo namble), Callubri,,. Biclcliam, Wyvern, LoclcSlea, Wonbobbie, Rockgedgiel, Yar randale, Goonoo GoOBoo, Girrahween, Elmswood, Borambola, East Woodlands, Limestone, Belar Creek.. . Cut Out — Colane, Sussex, Uabba, Bore amble, Willah, Noonbah,% Kensington, Mil lawa, Haddon Rig, Egelabra, Mumblebone, and Eurobla. Cash for tickets and levies — A. Knudson, Middlefield, £16/3/-; P. J. Fitzgerald, Haddon Rig, £17*13/6; John Daniels, But tabbne, acc. Lambert, ,? £7l/l/r B. McFariane, Eversleigli,' £12/3/9; R. Sher ring^ Egelabra, £19; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TICKET ISSUED TO CHINAMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

TICKET ISSUED TO CHINAMAN Dear' Worker, — I would- like to draw the. attention of members and shed Reps, to the rule against issuing Chinamen tickets; One- came to the Illilawa shearers' hut on Sept. 1, and. I found he had got a general's ticket and also a levy ticket issued 'to him at Toganmaine Station .by__R. D. Spence, shed hands' -Rep. I* took the number of his general ticket, 10,585, and levy, 10,993. — John Corbett, Shearers' Rep.

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

g®sem mrnxsmmmsa j tamBMHntidHBk AN APOLOGY. I Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new £ 1 BURGON I !) Oomtbs €r* Gutters I (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool) i we regret many- orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to ? obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with B t&urgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. 1 ; . . 73 MACGUARJF, STREET. SYDNEY. | _ ^6laSEla^y _ I Ask the Local Store- I I i IS II 1 ill I I i If I Sole Agents: £? keeper for them, or |T| |f| Da'gety & Co., Ltd., || Apply Direct to the j ®y^ney* | HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. i 111 SMART SHEARING IS EASY | i \ I Jl jl it J! I 1 WHEN YOU USE | iffWilliiH Cotnfes l ' P R I E^ACH. J I j'jPlfy ^ So!e. Agents : j I make. j gen$ St, ' Svdney. J. jg ' TH^EY|RE^E A S I L Y THE BEST.' ^ g ???'This Urnoa — ~ Bunion (1/ /)]label- ? ? - £« tKe I^aJbel YOU KNOW WHAT IT STANDS FOB. It's on all Printing done at The Worker Office IS IT ON ...

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"FREE" EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

' FREE ' EDUCATION. I. Af«dln, the Eduction System of U« Wad. Government, Minister Ho3ue. has mad. frantic efforts to prove that education costs the parents no mere than it did before it was fre. N.S.W. State School Pupil.-' There's all I can pay this week, Mr. How, ««d If »V aH the saaj to you, I'd ratier go to a school wfcre . education a;iv't free.

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

L H. -YOUNG & CO., LTD., SHEARING CONTRACTORS, 8 SPRING ST., T-EG to notify Pastoralists and Shearers -L3 that JNIr. J. l-l. YOUNG is no longer con nected with this Company, and Mr. BRUNAKl)- HOSK1NR has taken over the entire Management. Satisfaction guaranteed 1 to uil.-- . -

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

. ill 111 II J The IJiJLM^UJ Best tSBSSB Shearing |H p Spares ! I COMBS, A S/— ^ou wou'c' t'ie hooper the I , best Shearing Machine to instal in I your Shed, because it costs the least 1 / \ _ for spares and upkeep. I ffi 1\ M 1 \ M 1\ ac*dition the spares, when Jl \\ /Hi \\ fist l\ they ARE needed, can be fitted in «||\ /&fi L \ /^|!i|| \ an instant and work be resumed | M|| i^L^M j|| \ without any unnecessary trouble. JwiQ I ^^™PS ilfliil III Dili! \ This is because they are so perfectly \£wI!P I' llwS i IftWi mw made — each one being an exact s 1 j| duplicate of the other.' Try Cooper Combs and Cutters -r*¥TnP'TP¥i*5il_^ for y°ur machines' They fit any JL slj make. 5d. jfjg ^ _ « Engineering Oompany, I 16 YOUNG ST., SYDNEY raz^5g^^rrra-^-«5a-irrir.vij'g.»i Vine v i )TiiniTn'-iHHirwTrt-ggs^j^.w«iarwriirdL;^.a^gjfi7r5rjvrT7^7T?-'.i.J.mL^^iuij|^ I The Mfassi the Shear always uses jfoMVirhie iillliillt COMBS hM, I MMmM '?? AND i I CUTTERS Y*: - I tS? *®rt%tue£-( m i I ^?eCa°c...

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

' A Cox-ner in Water ' hides art economic moral in fictional guise. An ice-breaker. Post free, 1/3. # # # Is your local Library or School of Arts provided with copies of The W ohkbr publications? 'Australia's Awakening' is now ' in any up-to-date library, and ' The Rising Tide ' and ' The Case for Labor' aie worthy to accompany it. Order the cloth edition for this purpose..

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THE POSITION IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

- THE5 POSITION IN'NEW ' ZEALAND. Mr. M. Laracy, Gen. Sec., N.Z. Shearers and Woolshed Employees' Union, writes that the Commissioners will sit at Can terbury on- Sept. 13, and it is most likely that the result of the sitting will be a Dominion award for the shearers. There is expected strong opposition to an award for the shed hands, whose case will be heard about Sept. 22.

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BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 8th TO 15th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 September 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 8th TO 15th SEPTEMBER. North Merrowie, Hillston, 18, M, 18,500 Amondale, Moree, 6, M, 21,000 Rookery, Illewong, 6, H, 30,000 Mullengudgery, Mullengudgery, 10, M, 12,500. Bynya, Whitton, 30, M., 45,000 Jandra, Bourke, 10, M., 10,000 Holmewood, Boggabilla, 3, H., 2700 Allandale, Warialda, 10, M„ 10,600 Woodville, Upper Manilla, 6, M., 9300 Napperby, Mullaley, 4, M., 2600 Thule Station, Cobar, 6, M., 11,000 Magenta, Balranald, 14, M, 23,000 Beethoven, Collarenebri, 4, M, 9000 Merivale, Carrathool, 6, H, 7500 St. Andrews, Hay, 7, M, 9000 Berangerine, Gunbar, 3, H, 2800 Bulgoo, Cobar, 10, M, 17,500 Springfield, Cobar, 16, H, 17,000 Weeta Waa, Wee Waa, 22, H, -21,000 Newfoundland, Louth, 7, H, 10,000 Piedmont, Cobbadah, 20, M, 40,000 Wooloondool, Hay, 18, H, 22,000 Moominbri, Bulyeroi, 5, M, 7500 Tintinallogy, Wilcannia, 10, — Billilla, Wilcannia, 10, H, 13,000 Ukolan, Manilla, 5, M, 7768 Yagobie, Moree, 4, M, 4700 Iola, Warialda, 4, M, 4700 - FROM 16th TO 30th SEPTEMB...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. X.T.Z. : For duplicate ticket apply t6 branch ' secretary, forwarding full par ticulars. 'Disgusted': Last week's answer in correct. The award' directs that the !'rates, terms, and. conditions shall be em bodied in written agreements to be signed, respectively by each employer with each employee.' 'Are you in pain, my little man?' asked the kind old gentleman. ' No,' an swered-. the little man, '.the pain's in me.' *= We sometimes have difficulty in reading the names of stations ' in shed reports. Will members please write names of sta tions as plainly as possible so that errors may be avoided? ' A good plan -Ls to leave space between^each letter of the name thus : - * B u n n o r u n g i e; W o'm t- i a n a. # . # # ; The, London 'Daily Telegraph,' describ ing imodern sheep shearing in England, says: — A good man will clip 35 sheep a day .for ordinary stock purposes, and a usual~charge is from 3s. 6d. to 4s. a score, the man earning about 7s. a day.' They require...

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