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THE RESOURCES OF QUEENSLAND—14. MILLIONS OF ACRES AVAILABLE FOR NEW SETTLERS. MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

jap. ? B f THE RESOURCES OF QUEENSLAND— 14. I | MILLIONS OF ACRES AVAILABLE FOR NEW SETTLERS. I MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. r - — ? | - THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. ; Queensland bids fair to be one of the £ir.tiest dairying countries in the world. The progress of this industry during the lawt few years is wonderful. The princi pal dairying districts are Ration, Gympie, Beaudesert, Oakey, Dalby, and Marooehy. The Cairns hinterland is rapidly coming to the front and in the course of a few , jciis will be one of the principal dairying „ centres of the Commonwealth. The quan | lily of milk obtained in 1917 was 105,384,029 * gallons. There were 19,404 dairying e'stab - lish»w-rits, 4G butter factories in operation. 't- -S4 factories are engaged in.tho manutac r* ture of;. cheese, »nd four in the manufne fr (uw of condensed milk. The dairy herds ': numbered 399 30S, of which 303 133 were ? in in ilk. ?J The loiiil value, of the dairying industry ^ Sn 1017 vi:ts ia,335,ir-0. Thes...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

It Never Tells Lies Biggest bargain, yet offered by K. & B. Therefore, a bargain indeed. Our K. & B. Railway Lever is guaranteed absolute for 25 years. It is therefore time at the minimum cost — 1/- per year. Firmly set in a dust and damp proof case, this extra jewelled watch is the symbol of good timekeeping. KITCHEN & BINGHAM Merchant Jewellers, - Queen Victoria Buddings, ^67 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. TO THE DIGGERS AND TO THE WORKERS PLUMP FAIR AND SQUARE FOR BOND'S For Your Tailoring. They know exactly how to make Good Clothes and sell them at Low Prices. WE GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. To those who want to be fitted immediately we carry a big range of Ready-to- Wear Suits cut in the latest style — also Hats, Shirts, Ties, Collars at prices far below down-town shops. TO THE LADIES.— Bring* your boy along and let him be fitted with an outfit from our Juvenile Department. We hold big stocks of Boys' and Youths' Clothing at very reduced prices for the fol low...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

?HOLDFAST' SUCTION PLATES ARE LIGHT, , COMFORTABLE AND IMMOVABLE Upper or Lower Sets JC3 3s. each ^ii—»w ^-jJ My 'Holdfast1? Suction Plate is comfortable ?'; ^j& irt^BauBn^ because it -}oes not hurt the mouth er gums, ??^^ ^nK*± JS ? -nPrT-fllB-w and remains Immovable in spite of the force MgC ^I^gSyv '//Pi °f biting and chewing the hardest food. ^?^^22%A ! Ym v-«'tor8 *° Sydney fitted with Teeth in One ? 4^f|^^MH|ft^^4^aB Painless Extractions and Stoppings ^\T^rPJ^BflKj TEETH BY POST ^*^J I T |.» FROM YOUR 'SELF-TAKEN ^'vl^tlL \y Patients who cannot visit me personally can : WRITE FOR PART.dULARS. &££%?^?£%^ fiSSSSSSlSSST' 5 YEARS' QUARANTEE. and given a guarantee of thorough satlsfac — tion. SPENCER NOLAN 5£S«2! ESTABLISHED IN SYDNEY THIRTY YEARS. 28 Oxford-»tr«et 177 Oxford-street .133 Liverpool. street ; -next Winn'sj. (opp. Mcllrath's). (next Snow's).

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
on the Verandah NIGHT—LOWER DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

[?] NIGHT— LOWER DOMAIN. jT*he city sleeps. Park, garden and domain Bream in the azure quiet of the breeze, [While leaf on leaf the budding blossoms tease [With secret murmurs of Day's joy and nain. There is no motion in the moon-white rain Falling like silence through the breath less trees; And in this hour, mellow with memories, I know the great souls walk our land again. they mark, in pride, l-oof -line and spire and dome. By scented terraces of Wealth they speed; And pause together with a still siIFprise .Where cold, grey Poverty makes here her home. Seeing how Life is tortured still by Greed, ffhey cry, and pass with shining, shielded eyes. ZORA CROSS. *i * * THEY MADE THE WORLD PUT ON ITS TROUSERS. The first appearance of trousers in European history is in the portion ' of ancient Gaul just beyond the Alps, where the bare-legged Romans were surprised to find the people wearing them. Trousers also appear on the carvings on some old Irish crosses; so the inference Is that the wh...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Christian Brothers' Golden Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

The Christian Brothers' Gold|nlla Jubilee. ' ' ?'' Wa The Christian Brothers certainly. Jjavs'i^j a genuine claim on the workers as a TjodyJ^ in Australia. How many professional 3| 3 en all througn the Commonwealth, sons ;-|I 'hdnest workers, owe their present ^S positions to the fine education and train- f| ing received from the Christian Brothersja during- the fifty years just ending... ?Aus^Ifl tralla and Australians owe a big debt ;t)ij3 this fine body of educationists. No branchjfl of education is overlooked by themi|jj Sometimes we hear that the Civil ServicelS is over- run by Catholics. The cxplaittLfS tion is that the Civil Service examinattop ||| is a competitive one, and, being Btichj|j| gave a chance to many a talented tobyjli from the working man's 'home. A3|S many of these attended the .Christfatf|M Brothers' schools, they naturally enterelS|Jl for this examination, and, in many cases;'^ won the premier positions in several ^opM the States Jn Australia and New Zealand^ ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]aughter's Letter [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

[?] Dear Mother,— The influenza is still here, and the world's peace, for which we have all been hoping, seems as' far off as ever. How strange those cable messages that come to us day by day seem in the ligr^it of the terrible fears that we could hardly shake off only a year ago. Then the Germans seemed as if they were certain to win the war. I think all the big statesmen would have been willing to give hji al most anything if they could have been sure of something that looked like an honorable peace; but now, when the Ger mans have been defeated, none of them seem to be willing to stand out of an other's light to save us from future bloodshed. Little fights with the tongue about this boundary or that may end in bringing all the trouble again upon our children. And yet it is all so simple. All peoples hate war; so why can't they com bine by being decent to one another to stop it for ever? I can't help admiring President Wilson. If I were an American woman I think I should be proud ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

NeCewltv d'tmatfcla W wftU wm dictates purchasing de pendable footwear at Fay'fi— ( V*e . WrS4^. footwear or- . i ganlutton in the Common. { wealth. . i \ EDWARD FAY, Ltd. ' 'The Big Boot Block,' Cr. Pitt and Liverpool StS., SYDNEY. Also at: George-street, Haymarket, Broadway, Glebe. Bridge, Newtown. FINE FOOTWEAR !?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

| ijr*ts^^^1^gjgy' _kf*' .n^L* Jar IN FINE FOOTWEAR JQ:-v*r$ Pries; and -5lant Vaii.i» jo .sii?' !»-. hand at F-y'.' t?o''' rcf.wear Stores. EDWARD FAY, Ltd. 'The Big Boot Block,' Cr. Pitt and Liverpool Sts., SYDNEY. Also at: George 'Street, Haymarket. Broadway, Glebe. Bridge, Newtown.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY POOR GRANDMOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

ALASy MY POOR GRANDMOTHER]

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Black Masks. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

?s§&£f£j£j M^^v Black Masks. Now that the 'flu has Bettled down into Sts deadly stride, blabk masks are becom ing more and more popular. The reason |s that they don't show the dirt. It jfloesn't sound altogether a scientific rea toon; but it is a very natural one. When the win-the-warrers dropped the old Libe ral mask, which hid a Tory face, and put ilheir features behind the name of Na tionalist, the idea was somewhat the same. KThe Tory face was a very spotted affair jwhich the Liberal mask was too trans parent to cover. The latter, in fact, 'showed the dirt too much. The National ' Set mask was expected to hide all that. It ?wasn't exactly scientific and it didn't meet all the Tory wishes, but its invent ors thought it might look clean. How fever, the people soon paw through it; and it is safe to say that after one election jts owners will ?'be glad to throw it away. * . # * Orlando. Orlando from Rome IBaid he'd sulk and go home If he couldn't steal all that he saw; For h...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

ADELAIDE CUP. The following are ttie final acceptances for the two principal handicap events at the Adelaide Cup meeting. The Good wood Handicap is run to-day {Saturday) and the Cup on Monday, 12th May:— GOODWOOD HANDICAP (Six furlongs). Pistolaire 9.10, Haud 9.6, Martino, 8.13, Anotto 8.12, Petracia 8.9, 'Pistol Prince 8.9, Mareca 8.7, PtamI 8, Trillion 7.10, Per sian Belle 7.9, Thorngate 7.8, St. Leocadia 1,2, Silver Heart 7.2, Placidia 7.2, Maori Pah 7.0, Bon Vue 6.11. Franzac 6.10, Called .In 6.8, Amantes {imp.) 6.7, Lady Eudora 6.7, Lady Pilatus 6.7, Muketey 6.7, Bisaya 6.7, Theoda 6.7. ADELAIDE CUP (Run May 12 — one mile and five -? m . furlongs). Wee Gun 9.0, Gold Cuffs 8.13, Chrome 8.4, Stagegirl 8.3, Cape Sky 7.18, Seabound 7.10, Melbolt 7.10. Kongorong IT, Jqogbler 7.C. Acclivity 7.5, Boontree 7.5, Plenty 7.4, Xing ot the Sea 7.8, Snacko 7.0, Bangbnie 7.0, Paratoo 6,13, Pasuado 6.10^ Dependence CIO, Perform 6.7, Bon Vue 6.7, Royal Pomandor 6.7, Amahtea (imp.) S.7, Terrlg n...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Pamphlets. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

Propaganda Pamphlets. Messrs. Tyrrell's, Iitd., the well-known firm of booksellers and fine art dealers, have a large collection of interesting pamphlets on the eariy lu'slory of the country and the new movement of the Workers' Educational Association, which began here some five or six years ago under the leadership of .Meredith Atkin son. This assoclatidn has published quite a selection of- booklets of interest to the general reader. Tyrrell's, Limited, invite those interested to make an inspection at ?their premises, 99 Castlereagh -street, Sydney.; ?: ?? ?. :?''/— ;ur . .-/-y^ -:*?'._.. '? :

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

CANTERBURY PARK SELECTIONS. Hurdle Race. Scoutmaster ? ?» . 1 King Mostyn ......: .......* 2 Malheur ? 3 Flying Handicap. Hippasia ? ..* 1 Millie Kenilworth ? ..M.. 2 ' Riz Biscuit ? *tt 3 Park Stakes. Every Day .................... 1 Langbank ? ,.-..-. ? ?? 2 Mountain Miss ....-........?-. 3 Nursery Handicap. Gunmaker ? ?♦-- 1 Lord Featherstitch ............ 2 Golden Molly ? „.....-.,. 3 Canterbury Handicap. Amazonia ..,...;..... ? .... 1 Finmark ...-.......?........... 2 Some Boy ...-»-??-.-??-?.-..??»?:.: 3 Pace Welter. Goonhilly ? .*. 1 Dave Whitton ..«»..-....,. nx 2 Cobi ? c 3

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FILTHY FOOD FOR THE PEOPLE. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WHEAT SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

[?] THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WHEAT SCAND/h*. During the first conscription- campaign, when the crusade for cannon fodder was at its height, a prominent Nationalist, in a fit of frenzy, said, 'LET THE HAR VEST ROT!' Thi^ frightful imprecation was uttered in reply to a rational ques tion as to what would become of our Australian wheat harvest if the coun try was to be depleted of men, and all shipping utilised -or military transport purposes. The conscription project was defeated by the commonsense of the com mon people, but the preparations for its introduction, and the long struggle which ensued before it was a second time defi nitely turned down, disorganised our whole . export trade arrangements. Whilst there was a possible hope of exporting men, the Federal Government took no steps to export wheat, and a record har vest lay rotting, although millions acro'ss the seas wanted bread. Nature mocks the misci-. The earth, in response to human labor, brings forth food in abundance; but if th...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. All restrictions on racing, etc., having now been lifted the Canterbury Park Club will hold a meeting to-day. After the spell, winners may be difficult to pick, but in any case the attendance is sure to be a bumper one, and totalisator investments should be particularly good. The follow ing are the final acceptances for all events:— HURDLE RACE— About 2 miles. st. lb. st. lb. King Mostyn. 10 10 Black King .. 9 4 Scoutmaster 9 9 Malheur . .vt 9 2 Blue Leaf ... 9 7 Louvoyer *zx 9 0 Metgood ..-.. 9. 4 Lerwick .....: 9 0 FLYING HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. Fortrait ..... 9 5 Tressfdil .... 6 11 Rualma ? 9 0 Hippasia .... 6 10 Tressady Belle 7 9 Millie Kenil Happy Band. 7 7 worth ? ? (5 9 Palmitic ? 7 .4 Riz Biscuit ..: 6 7 D'dy Cr'stmas 7 0 PARK STAKES— 1 mile. Langbank ..-,; 9 0 Every Day i? 1 1 Mena Sands.. 8 1 Mt. Miss .... 7 7 White Phast. . 7 13 Affluence ... 7 2 Perseus v^.ts: 7 12 Pr'd't Kn'ght 6 12 Smart Attire. 7 11 Don Roberto. 6 12 NURSERY HANDICP— 6 furlongs....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

NOTES AND NOTIONS. Broomstick, at £300, commands a higher fee than any other stallion in America. Even at that his list for this year filled early, as did that of Sweep, at £100. For the past couple of years two year-olds sired by the latter have been remarkably successful. * ? » v Hastie, who is raced in New Zealand by Mr. E. Short in the interests of the Wellington Crippled Soldiers' Fund, re cently won three races of the total value of £430. ? ? ? The Llnacre— Field Rose filly, Field acre, for whom Mr. R. G. Noble gave 1050 gns. at Randwick last Autumn, won the - Juvenile Handicap at the Q.T.C. (Brisbane) meeting. -« ?-'?? * ? v The Queensland horse Lordacre is seemingly nearly, if not quite, at his best. With 9.12 be was sent out favorite at 3 to 1 for the Totalisator Handicap at the Q.T.C. (Brisbane) meeting on Saturday, but was beaten into third place t-y Rita B. («.1S) and Cairn Wallace (9.7), but on Monday won the Easter Handicap with £12. -U the A.J.C. meeting bad taken pla...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Camouflage. (For "Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

Camouflage. (For 'Labor News.') It's only taffy on a stick These yarns about the Bolshevik; It's throwing dust in people's eyes. The while they make the prides rise. They think by yelling Bolshevik We will not know which thief to kick. The daily papers' common trick Is lies about the Bolshevik. They never hit the profiteer Who's making food and clothing dear; His advertising column pays, So they do as that villain says. The Bolshevik is far away-r More than ten thousand miles they say He lives far off in Russia drear, Not like our profit sneak who's here. But then you know 'twould never do To show that thief to me and you. The 'Wjn-the-War' men all the while, With tongue in cheek', are full of guile Their politicians only shirk; They draw their pay and will not work, It's very mean, this scurvy trick, To cloak their sins with Bolshevik. ' A. E. CHURCH.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

LOWE'S SELUT . I FOR LESS CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' JUBILEE_ART UNION £1000 WARJOND FOR 1/ Equal to' £1 a week for Life. 12 Tickets in a book for 10/-. Write Rev. Bro. MOORE, St. Mary's Cathedral. Sydney, for a Book, as the time for Drawing is near. The patrons of Woods' Peppermint Cure, All finding its action consistent and sure. Continue to use it, and tell all their friends What speedy relief on such action attenls. What speedy relief on such action attends. Its fame and sales are increasing each year, While its name is the one you most frc- 1 quently hear; All sensible people in winter are sure ! To patronise Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. THE COMMONWEALTH HeTE GEORGE AND PARK STREETS WHERE EVERYTHING IS OP THE BEST. J. BARRETT. Proprietor. BEAU OFFICE ^ysppw SYDNEY. ? OPEN FOR ALL CUASSES OF «?» . General Banking Business in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain), also London (2), and A.I.F. Camps in England. Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and S...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Labor Movement and a New Social Order. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919

The Labor Movement and a New Social Order. Such, a policy as enunciated in the 'Labor News' leader of last week should call forth 'the enthusiasm in our own camp, and also stir the possum in the Tory camp.' Surely such an objective, if adoiHed. would enliven a more lasting enthusiasm for the Movement than the election cries on 'Win-the-War' and the lilie. In the past our leaders (so-called) have led the Movement and themselves to power and position, but only so far — principles were shelved. Never before was there such an urgent need or such an opportunity for a constructive policy towards a new social order as there is to-day, and if once the Movement faces the position and establishes a policy to wards the elimination of greed and sel fishness from our whole social structure, surely a great enthusiasm would be de veloped sufficient to spread throughout the breadth of the Commonwealth. The energy, time and money put forth for the cause of no-conscription was an indication of what c...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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