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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

COOKERY. Meat Pudding. — Take a quarter of a lb. of flour, %lb. of meat, a pint of milk, two or three eggs, two tablespoonfuls of good dripping, pepper, salt, and a little' onion. Make a good batter of the milk; eggs and flour. Run the meat through a mincer, chop the onions, and mix all together, omitting the dripping. Put the dripping into a shallow baking dish, and heat. When quite hot, pour in the mixture, stir ring till it begins to thicken, when leave »| to cook through. If the meat is loft whole, or laid in strips in the dish, the eggs may be omit- /' ted, and ari ordinary Yorkshire batter '^ pudding be made. By using half the milk, ^J| and adding breadcrumbs to the minced- 'i meat, the pudding may be either -steamed ,^ or baked in a pie dish. — A. t I # ?#'#. ; .'' 'J.G.' sends the following recipes^ — German Cake.— The weight of three i( ' eggs in butter, sugar, and flour; a little baking powder. Mix flour „ and sugar, ,' break eggs on them, and stir about a quar- ' ter of a...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

HOUSEHOLD. fj A Butter Hint Before Summer Cpmes.— ? n Many ..people, making their own butter, ^ find it hard to keep it nice during, the heat ^j of summer (and even earlier). However ^ sweet it may seem on churning, in a few days it is stale, or strongV or curdy. . This ;, is 'because the casein is hot all /washed out of -it— presuming, of course; that only 1, good cream was used. Butter properly A made should be sflll pleasant.to eat at the end of a weekripr even- ten da$rs. If it is not, your methods are all wrong. The secret of sweet butter is. plenty of clean water, and the washing should . be done ,' ?while the butter is granulated arid'-bef ore } it is worked. As soon as the butter 'comes,' pour off the butter milk, . and t pour in water, stir well through -the' but- t ter, and pour all into a wire-lined strainer. ? The washings, go through, and the butter is saved: Repeat this till the water comes away perfectly clear. Then 'work' the ; butter and wash again till the water J ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

STRAWS. j We are either raised or lowered by our [ associations; no one lives to or by himself £ alone. ? ; , t Manners, morals, Intellect, temper— all I are affected by our suroundings, and those I- with whom we live habitually. t Live with inferiors and you degenerate; ] live among the better types and you try to j be like them. It is the same whether the f question be of little or of great things. permanent or impermanent. , } Live in dirt, and j'ou cease to hate it; \ with ignorance, and you regard knowledge '' as unnecessary; with the ill-bred, and you ,'- consider good manners affectation^— yet *.; good manners is to life what rules are to iV language — the makers of harmony— just as knowledge and cleanliness are parti of ;' the alphabet of healthy life. ' ': The newest departure in house-owning 1 in America consists of 'freehold fiats.' Great buildings are erected, in flats, each of which, instead of being let, is sold: out right. ? The owner once he has his deeds can either ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To hand from Tasmania, the address, 'Labour and Christianity,' by the Kev. Father Graham. V * # V:;# ???#?- : G.E.J.— -Verses arid.'' letter' sent on to the Editor, tb';-':whom'.;all/inatt6r''for' payment should y be sent,; as it saves time and re-postage. , '. .^ ; ^; ' w ie ?* Mrs. R. (Mildura). — Send a stamped en velope to 'Miss Austen, sec, Irish Crochet Guild, Arts and Crafts Rooms, 537 Col lins-street.' You may get there the very help you .most need. Many thanks for your household hints, which I am glad to use. . '-. ,-.? . v ???? m/ ?. * '? ? - /'? ? ? Mrs. Ri (Dartmoor), asks for a method' of making an oilskin coat. Try the fol lowing: — Boil an ounce each of soft-soap and clarified wax in. a quart of boiled lin sed oil till reduced to a. pint and a-.half. Have the calico free- from dust, etc., and apply with a brush. Dry on a frame, and give a second coat. If wanted black, add lampblack^ (Most of these recipes corhe from America.) ' ' *,-'?*..* V.A.R.5 (...

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FOR THE BAIRNS. MARGARET. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

-n FOB ttHE! BAIRNS. MARGARET. The skein is snapped And the hand is still; She will spin no more , By the window sill. 'Twas a poor design, And a.;paltry task; Could a common soul For a better ask? - - It was all her own, And 'twas large enough? '' Her own small life . . .With' the smooth and rough. But even that, In the middle broke; And she spun, no more, Nor sighed, nor spoke. It is incomplete, , And it lies awry; - But none may. finish it, You nor I. 'Twas a poor design, . And it lies half spun, And none may gues Why 'twas e'er begun. Ah, the skein, is snapped, And the hand is still; She will spin .no more . . . By the window sill. , —Mary E. -Fullerton, in 'Moods and Melodies.'

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WADE GOVERNMENT INDICTED THE THINGS THEY DID NOT DO. A COUNTRY COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

WADE GOVERNMENT INDICTED THE THINGS THEY DID NOT DO. A COUNTRY COMPLAINT. While the Liberals are busy stumping the country and extolling the praises of the Wade Government, the dominant note is, 'Look what the Wade Government has done! Look at the people it has put on the lanar.'^Look. Jatvthe Industrial Dis putes- -Act;''- etc'. It reVnains for a writer in the ' Singleton Budget' to enumerate some of the things that the Wade. Go vernment has not done. Here are the failures: — (1) Providing ample water supply for Broken Hill, and many inland towns and villages; (2) augmenting and improving artesian wells; (3) constructing weirs on the Namoi, Macquarie, Lachlan, and Darling Bivers; (4) dredging and deepening river bars, particularly those of the Richmond, Huntei-, and Shoalhaven Rivers; (5) constructing the Finley to Deniliquin, Cobar to Broken Hill, Rich mond to Singleton, and Inverell to Glen Innes railways; (6) building the North Shore bridge; (7) accelerating depart mental busine...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT IN ENGLAND. The 'Weekly Times' Special Commis sioner in-' London, writing on July, 10:— 'There was principally pathos in the de monstration in favor of the Bill for the enfranchisement of women, now. before the House of Commons. . . . Noblewomen on the Liberal side, middle class women, working women— including* some Labor members of parish councils — all joined hands. . . . The speeches on the six platT forms up in xraiaiga,r oijuaie »cj.-p marked by. a grace, eloquence, and rhetori cal accuracy which only, a few of the many men courageous enough to mount public platforms ever attain. The re porters were not called upon either to re cast or find verbs for fragmentary pai'ts of speech.' -\ The Special Commissioner evidently writes with the sharp nib of much experi ence of reporting men speakers— whose utterances are not always models of ele gance and clarity! ? Cold Rice Pudding.— A cup of cold rice, one of breadcrumbs, currants or raisins to taste, half a cup o...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

A. 6ft on the roll! There are only a few »*!eft- * * * He who fails to record .his vote Is- no ?fend of Labor. # # lit the next elections some will Wade K'sU will Waddell. ; ? ? «viu may lead a voter to the meet-. L' says an exchange, 'but you cannot tice him think.' # # Ivr McGowen last week addressed leetings in Tumut and Gundagai in sup IL of tlie Labor candidate. If * * * i TfS a wise constituency that knows its Km member, but it's a wiser member. ftho knows his own constituency. W . - # # * ???fl,e 'Pall Mall Gazette' now refers 1, Australia as the Labor Paradise— tich isn't complimentary to the fusion f^r * * ;*; Mr A. A. Taylor, Labor candidate for ? MS' is making great headway. At, toes' and federal his meetings topped -. feP°'' * * ,* Even the Tory papers, in the Richmond re becoming frightened regarding John erry's chances. The ^ contest is now oing to be a ' close one.' 1 .. # * ? ? : 'Poll every possible vote for Labor, mi work until the polls close,' is the ubstance of ...

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ABOUT WOMEN AND THEIR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

ABOUT WOMEN AND THEIR WORK. 'Cynthia,' -writing in the Melbourne 'Leader,' gives an account of the Arts and Crafts Society of Sydney. A similar society has been started in Melbourne by Lady Carmichael, and is called the 'Lady Carmichael Guild.' A description of the earlier society may not come amiss as oVirvnrinp; -rarhnt women are doing in the way of home industries in Sydney. In Victoria, so far,' attention is only given to Irish crochet work. And home-workers will be given or sent instruction and pat terns by the Guild, and put in the way of doing really saleable work, which will be placed on the market for them by the ?Guild s Full particulars on this subject ./ ? ? ? - may _. jborg-aine-| py ? irfqUiif rs by (wVifinifto? the secretary,. Miss Austin, 'Arts and* Crafts Rooms, 537 Collins-street. As several women have been writing to. me on the subject of work, and how to dispose of it, I am glad to be able to give this address, as it may be of use to them. To return to the Sydney...

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I REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

I REMEMBER. I remember, I remember, : How Wade once used to say: 'I cannot see-that I can give A week-end holiday.' It was his usual attitude;. And I can't see a bit ; That since he's quickly changed hhs mind, I've him to thank for it. ' I remember, I remember, - The- way the Clerks he set,: ; And how he swore Chat wages, boards From him they'd never get.- - - And now he's passed a 'certain Act — A swindle, I'm afraid- — . : ,-, I really don't feel called upon To quite admire Wade! I remember, I remember, A certain April day, .. When Strong Man 'Wade's -great strength of will {??-??! ?;.-'? - '-- -?*:''? Was strangely swept away; And thinking thus, I. look. ahead, . And smile upon my stool: '.. . .. . I owe another smile to Wade . ? ; -; For thinking me a fool! ? - ;-??; ' HAMER. ? ♦ ? ?

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THE ENDOWMENT OF MOTHERHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

THE ENDOWMENT OP ; MOTHERHOOD. r ??.] | Mr. H. G. Wells, the well-known ?novel--. j| 1st, has been making people open their I! eyes in England and elsewhere . by. his I decided and pronounced advocacy of 'The Endowment of Motherhood,',.. He points. out in -writing to the 'Daily, Mail', that, in \ htf opinion, the true reason for the empty cradle is the struggle- for i existence and the handicap a family is in that struggle, andgoes.pn to say:— ; „ 'If having and rearing children is a i private affair, then no one has any right [ to revile small families;, if it is a public j service, then the parent is justified in' [ looking to the State to recognise that ser I vice and offer some compensation for the | worldly disadvantage it entails.' ! This is the clearest statement of the 1 point yet put forward. It means that the | family is either a public or a private con j cern. If private, it is. .nobody's business i (outside it) what sort, of a family it is; \ it public, then it is everyb...

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THE FIGHT IN GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

THE FIGHT, IN GORDON, Wade had a really interesting time in Gordon last Friday night. .He admitted that The Worker's statement'' 'that his name appeared on the Gloucester- Estate Register for 1905, -was correct, and this in the face of his own public statement about a fortnight before that he had sold his shares before he entered Parliament. To the question as to why his Govern ment did not resume the Gloucester Es tate when they introduced the North Coast Railway, Mr. Wade offered two remarkable explanations. First, he said he was not then in Parliament. Being bowled out clean on this point', he fell back on the assertion that the Government had no power to resume the land. This also was received = with derision, : and the fact was heaved at him that the Closer Settlement Act was In full force and going strong at that date. Finally, he sat down, mopped his forehead, and despairingly said he didn't know why the estate wasn't resumed. Von Hagen followed Wade the next night at Hornsby...

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Our Women's Page VERSES BY WOMEN. THE PIPES OF PAN [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

^R ' ' ? 'JX II CONDUCTED BY . sT* ffi || MARY GILMORE. || *** VEKSES BY WOMEN. THE PIPES OF PAN ? I heard the pipes of Pan : go lilting clown the vale, ? And all the reeds were trembling, And the iris buds grew pale, v I heard the pipes of Pan Gb' ???trilling through the morn; They lingered on the hillside -In echoes most .forlorn. . 'I heard the pipes of Pan, ^ And my heart grew light and wild; Ikftew not was't the -woods that called To a poet or a child? I I heard the pipes of Pan - I In the sunset's ruddy glow, I - And the river followed away and away 15 With a restless throb and flow. 1; # # * ; ? RENOUNCEMENT. In1 must not think of thee; and tired yet I; strong, ' ,. I'; I shun the thought that lurks- in all. ['?' delight— :?;?; I The thought of thee- — and in the blue h heaven's height; ; .;' '?'? [??'And in the sweetest passage of a song. ;o just beyond the fairest thoughts that U . throng '? . ? , ? ' .,\ This breast, the thought of thee awaits, ?' hidden yet bright, .;'. ....

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THE SAME OLD GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

THE SAME OLD GAME. ; Mr. Wade, speaking at Hornsby last Friday night, said that ' his policy was identical with that introduced by Mr. Carruthers in 1904, and carried on ever since.' As the main feature of the Car ruthers policy was to lock up Crown lands in bogus improvement leases and buy out private estates at exorbitant values, this cheerful admission that the .same old game was still going on is worth noting. Not content with this ghastly ' statement, Mr. Wade proceeded to outline his future policy in the follow ing remarkable deliverance: — 'At no dis tant date the whole of the wharfage ac commodation on the southern side^of the harbor will be required for the export of the produce of the southern portion of this Jstata, which must come to Sydney, our one deep sea port. It will, therefore, be necessary to make similar provision on the north side of the harbor at Ball's Head for the rapidly-increasing produce from the northern pa,rt of the State.' Wharfage at Ball's Head, of co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. ! All communications for this pag« ' should be sent to Mrs. Mary Gilmor*, ? , Henty-street, Castertoh, Victoria. - | i. ?= :,.-? ?? , , .. .. .:.,,?'? Jfc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

A TYPICAL LETTER. 'For some years I suffered periodically, from severe pains in the back, character istic of disorder of the kidneys. My urine ?was of a dark red color, and contained a large quantity sediment. I also suffered a good deal from impaired digestion and loss of sleep. I tried various medicines, which failed to do me any good. Then I commenced to take Warner's Safe Cure. After taking the contents of one bottle, my water became its natural color, and, after taking the medicine a little longer, all irritation of the kidneys passed away. My system was thoroughly renovated. I can now oat and sleep well, and enjoy my food.' The above letter, written by Mr. Oliver Williams, of Victoria-street; Sebastopol, Ballarat, Vic, is a specimen of the many letters received by H. H. Warner and Co., Limited, Melbourne, who will send a pamphlet containing valuable information and a large number of similar letters, post free, on application. Warner's Safe Cure is the natural cure for rheumati...

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RATS ! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

RATS ! Oh, the Liberal cause is a dying cause, And hard is the Jot of Wade ; For seats are many and aspirants few, And voters deride as the lists they view So Gregory pipes and pipes away, A-playing of sharps and flats, But all he entices to follow his lead, Are dead-beat failures in direst need.

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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

CALENDAR SUN. MOON. SEPTEMBER— Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. H.M. H.M. A.M. P.M. 8 Thursday . . 6 35 6 2 8 46 10 21 9 Friday .. 6 33 6 3 9 11 11 20 10 Saturday ., 6 32 6 4 9 40 a.m. 11 Sunday .. 6 30 6 5 10 15 12 20 12 Monday . . 6 29 6 5 10 53 1 22 13 Tuesday ..627 6 6 11 38 2 19 p.m. 14 Wednesday 6 25 6 7 12 35 3 12 PHASES OF THE MOON! New Moon, 4th at 4.6 a.m.; First Quar ter, 12th at 6.11 a.m.; Full Moon, 19th at 2.52 p.m.; Last Quarter, 26th at 6.54 a.m. These times are for Melbourne. Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 26 minutes later.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

Vd[ / **0&/ Bottle after bottle of Bonnington's Irish Moss I a^jr ^^'^ j^ocs lortb on its mission &nct cad dg rdiod i 8 I upon to cure all coughs and colds. Try it I yourself and you will be satisfied. 1 is the famous remedy which has stood the test of 1 45 YEARS, and is now more popular than ever For the Chest, Throat and Lungs j j - ? - i Children ask for Bonnington'a Irish Moss—Read this letter :— = j 'Daylesford,' Hardie St., Neutral bay, j i» B ? ? ,. . j Sydney, N.S.W. | Messrs. Bonmngton & Co., Ltd., \ Dear Sirs, It 19 only right to let you know that I have found, your 'Bonning- \ | ton's Irish Mobs ' the best cure for coughs and colds in the market. t \ ? It has a wonderful effect, especially on children, being so pleasant in . \ ! , taste my little girl has quite taken to it and I cannot get her to take any . I other medicine (though I have tried). She knows your label, and she asks ' \ for 'Bonnington's Irish Moss.' I am recommending your medicine w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

Nothing spoils a good digestion quicker. Nothing taxes a man's patience Like any irritation of the skin. Piles almost drive you mad. All day they make you miserable. All night they keep you awake. Just the same with Eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing. People are learning they can be cured, Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment Plenty of proof that Doan's Ointment will cure Piles, Eczema, or any skin irritation. Bead this Sydney testimony: — Mrs. Burgess, 12 John-street, Forest Lodge, Sydney, says: — 'I can recommend Doan's Ointment for Eczema. I used this preparation on my son, who had suffered with Eczema, ever since he was three. Every summer he has been troubled with it. It was. under the knees, and was very itchy. We used a lot of remedies, but they did not succeed in curing him. We got Doan's Ointment, and this prepara tion has cured him. After a few applica tions it came completely away in a dry scale, leaving only the red mark. He is now quite free of pain and irritat...

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