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

You cannot do better than post -your friend a copy of ' The Case for Labor.' If he's a thinker, his vote is won. Price 1/3 post free.

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

SEEKING THE BEST $00Of)»cl FIND THEM AT | Our Exchange Department ! The Instruments offered are equal to New Pianos sold elsewhere, and we can offer you exceptionally Low Prices. and on the Easiest Terms in the State. British Piano Depot, Ltd. CALL & SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING— BRINSMEAD, MIGNON, STEEDMAN, VICTOR, SCHWECHTEN, COLLARD, - RENARDI, RONISCH, And Numerous Others. I 9 Barrack-street, Sydney. 1 ?' ? ? ? - ? ' ? , ? I ON THI8 WATCH WE STAKE OUR I REPUTATION. H OUR 21/- RAILWAY WATCH I Best Working-man's 'Watch ever made. M A. beautiful, fine keyless lever move- a ment. Will stand horseback riding and I i all kinds of rough usage. It is the very H finest value, and represents an invest- B i ment of the best claas. Guaranteed 30 §j ? years. H \ OVER 150 OF THESE WATCHES I i SOLD EVERY MONTH. I ! THOMPSON & KITCHEN, [ I UNION LABOR WATCHMAKERS. M ; AND JEWELLERS, I i 20 PARK STREET, SYDNEY. I : _ Ko_conneetion with any other Firm. g | UNRIVALLED [?;';L VALUE ' S...

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

THE LAND TAX WORKS. Casino. — Mr. J. B. Macdougall, auc tioneer, of Casino, has received instruc tions, in conjunction with other agents, to submit shortly for sale at public auction thje Stratheden Estate, the property, of Uie Barnes Estate. This is very fine country, capable of settling hundreds of families. — ' S.M. Herald.'

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE TRAMWAY COMPANY. THE INTIMIDATION TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

MELBOURNE TRAMWAY COMPANY. - THE INTIMIDATION TACTICS. 1 The efforts of Mr. F. B. Clapp, managing director of the Melbourne Tramway and Octopus Company, to make it appear that ivz was only imbued with a desire to finu out in the easiest way the wishes of the employees as to industrial legislation fell ; jFery flat if he considered that the real object was not known. A number of the workers admitted that they were prac .ticallv coerced into signing the paper ex pressing satisfaction with existing condi ? tions, and this fact has become pretty j generally discussed amongst the public, j JWiien Mr. Frank Anstey, M.H.R., in a let ter to the '; Age,' showed by reference to official dcuments that the plan of cam paign to hustle, the men into signing, against ,a Wages Board had been carefully | organized, Mr. Clapp wrote indignantly, ; and enclosed a copy of one of the circulars j T/'nich had been issued. Whereupon Mr. 'Anstey promptly responded by reproduc ing a second document which Mr. ...

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

SYDHEY POOR RELIEF. There is in Sydney a society which, with ttos motto, ' For God and man,' professes to concern itself with the general or g&Qized relief of the destitute. It main tains a fund called ' The Sydney General Pftor Relief Fund,' which is collected and administered by a list of honorary, mem: bers, members, patrons, district workers, awl an executive, whose names fill apage of its quarterly report. Its balance-sheet for the quarter ending December 31 last is an instructive document — extraordin- arily instructive to' anyone interested in tfe financial details of voluntary chari table aid in Sydney. Under the heading 'receipts,' subscriptions are credited with £il 5s. (P/sd., and an entertainment with £U Gs. lid. The other side of the bal esce siieet shows how the total of these Burns, £75 12s. 5%d.. was expended, and the details are remarkable. ' General Expenses,' ' Salaries (workers),' and etSier outlay apart from the ostensible objects of the fund, eat up a t...

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

'Twas on the island Tootle-Tfim A missioner tried to land; His venture lie rued, for he nearly was stewed - By a terrible cannibal band. They were just about to truss him up With a warranted wooden skewer, When they found in his pocket a valuable packet Qf_ Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 'pubuOpolocy. The Proprietors of the ' Railway and Tramway Co-operator ' regret exceed ingly that a letter was published in their issue of the 2Sth. July over the signature of A. G. Paul, ia which the following statement was made: — ?? ' Even the Tramway Orange Lodge re fused Lawton membership; although they support him jn the Union, knowing their opponents regard him as a para site.' ' They admit that there is no justification for this statement, and tender a fur apology for is publication, and express: their sincere regret that through inadver tence it appeared in the columns of the ' Railway and Tramway Co-operator.' PERCY MARCHANT, Manager of the ' Co-operator,',' Ltd. Witness: Frank Ed wards. §|...

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

^jjfJV© '^v Tom McKinlay .? Cjj^r~ ? '^P^i The Only A.W.U. ^v^ ^*r 222 Castiereagh Street, SYDNEY. Rheumatic Rings. Steel 2/6; Gold '7/6. (NEAR WORKER Post Free. OFFICE.) HUDSON'S EUUTHQl JUJUBES The Great Antiseptic & Prophylactic. SUITED FOE OLD AND YOUNG. For Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Influenza, and the Prevention of Consumotion. The 'Medical Pr.ess and Cir cular ' says: — ' These Ju jubes should be of special ser vice to Lectur ers, Public. Singers, -a n d = Speakers, and ; indeed, to all . who are called upon to use , their voices fre- ' qu§ntly for pro longed periods.' §« i« fe fin S « o v ja Sold by Chemists, tins 1/6 post free on . receipt of . stamps. , Hudson's Eumenthol Cliem?'al Co.. Ltd.. 19 York-street. Sydney. PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD g Strike's Infesting Vermin Dead. I One application destro:* I ftff it * vermin, kills nits, heals § ?nraftTftPr \ sores, cures ringworm, $ lUVUlvi \» nnakes the hair grow thick £ _ , , and strong. By post, 1/2; §...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN LABOR BUREAU. COMPLAINT AS TO METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR BUREAU. COMPLAINT AS TO METHODS. Dear Worker,— Will you grant me a small space in your valuable paper to bring to light some of 'the wonderful methods of the Victorian Government Labor Bureau? Some few months ago I put in an ap plication for. shunting in the Railway Department. In the meantime I went away to a job, and my name was crossed off the list. I then obtained work as a laborer on the railway, and again sent in an application to the bureau, this time either for cleaning, shunting, or repair ing. The age limit for cleaning is 25 years. I am a few months over that. In reply to my application the officer in-charge wrote saying that I was over the age for engine cleaning, completely ignoring the fact that I had also men tioned two other classes of woi'k which I- am perfectly willing to take. I wrote again drawing his attention to this, and the reply I got was that I was already employed in the Railway Department. That officer knew perfectly well that the work at ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IS IT AIMED AT THE LABOR DAILY? A QUESTION ABOUT AN "AGE" AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

IS IT AIMED AT THE LABOR DAILY? A Q.UESTION ABOUT AN 'AGE' j AGREEMENT. The 'Age,' Melbourne, has issued a contract or agreement 'which the pro prietors require agents to sign. The first clause is 'strong' in binding the agent not to go outside the journalistic wares of the ' Age,' and in Labor people this would no doubt be denounced as a tyrannical interference with the liberty of the sub ject. The appeai'ance of the agreement at this particular juncture is interesting, for It ? shnws that thA ' Aee.' in addition to binding clown people to sell only its goods, is also determined' that the agents shall not handle any new dailies that may start. Perhaps the 'Age' is getting ready to fight the Labor Daily. In any case Clause 1 is .worthy of quotation as showing the nature of the precious agreement: — To Messrs. David Syme and Co., The 'Age Office, Collins-street, Melbourne. Sirs, . I the undersigned ? of ? undertake to conduct the agency of your newspapers ' The Age,' '.' The Leader,'...

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

THOUGHTS FOB TEACHERS. ? ?; James Anthony Froude, on 'Seeing the; Soul of Nature ': — .. . .^ ' Mysticism is true: There certainly are kinds of truth, borne in, as it were, in stinctively on the human intellect, most influential on the character arid the heart,' yet hardly capable of stringent statement, _ difficult to limit by an elaborate explana tion. Their course is shadowy, the mind seems rather to have -seen them than to see them, more to fell after them than to finitely apprehend them.- Of . this latter kind. is what has been called the- Religion of Nature, or, more exactly, the Religion of the Imagination. This is an interpreta tion of the world. According to it, the beauty of the universe has a meaning, its grandeur a soul, its sublimity an expres sion. As we gaze on the faces of those whom we love, .as a charm ,and_,a thrill seem to run along the tone of tlie Voice, ta haunt the mind, with a mere word— so in nature, the mystical sense ;finds a mo tion in the mountain, and ...

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

' ??.???'?? i -,?-.' ' . ?' _ A. '1 '?- ? ' ' '?a deplorable strike lias occurred in South Australia. The Labor Premier re Ed an open investigation of charges ?S against a ganger in the employ pi. *5. Riilwav Commissioners,, and the de 'Srtrnwt, with' singular, lack 'of business 1 umeii. sent Him back to control. the men 'SS«r grievances had not. been redressed. ?r0!^ nrnmntlv downed tools, and now ;..' premier most 'unwisely? adopts the ;'u ;pu attitude of -refusing sto' reeog !X-: the striking Union;/- Efforts are £g Wde to mediate but while -the ?Premier- maintains his present -attitude it h not easy to see how the mediators can hone to be successful. 'I -The recognition of Trade Unions has been fought. for too often io be abandoned at this late 'hour; and 'it Js amazinS' tyQ ? any kabor Go vernment should not. see this clearly. . A. 'anger named Thompson| in charge of' men engaged on a .piece .of ..work at Geffs Grossing, had, it^is alleged, long' made himself extremely ;i-ffens...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SCATHING INDICTMENT. MR. BEEBY QUOTES THE PREMIER'S IMAGINARY DIARY. A POLICY OF PROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

A SCATHING INDICTMENT. MR. BEEBY QUOTES THE PREMIER'S IMAGINARY DIARY. A POLICY OF PROMISES. In . addressing the largest meeting ever held at King's Plains, Mr. G. S._ Beeby, M.L.A., caused great amusement by quot ing from an imaginary diary of the Pre mier. If made public, the secret history of the Premier after April 13 would read as follows: — ' On April 14, 7 a.m., Mr. Wade reco vered consciousness, after having spent a delirious night in which he talked wildly of Caucuses, Coercion Acts, and the Gag. At 11 a.m. he was sufficiently recovered to stagger to the telephone and ring up the ' Telegraph.' In tones of frantic haste he told the editor to inform the public that he intended to give the shop assistants a Saturday half holiday, al though he had months previously shelved that question and refused this reform. He staggered to bed and commenced at once to study the platform of the Labor Party. At 12 o'clock he was again at the tele phone with an urgent message to get a special ...

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

THE GREAT ILLIBERAL PARTY. Dear Worker, — I, and, as I suppose, others, am continually encountering voters who, having voted Labor, in the recent Federal elections, nevertheless de clare that it might be not unwise to vote Liberalism at the forthcoming State elec tions. These electors contend that this would effect an equipoise between the Federal and the State Parliaments, and thus preserve the ' balance of power.' That such a specious notion should for a moment prevail among Labor sympa thisers is preposterous. For those Labor sympathisers (men and women who voted Labor at the Federal elections) to vote Liberalism would simply be to stultify themselves and to reduce to a nullity their strenuous Federal radicalism. If, as we have done, we give the Federal Labor Party a substantial working majority, the logical and just sequence of this is that we should give the State Labor Party a similarly effective working majority. No Labor eye must swerve from its fixed re gard; the two Parlia...

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

^aw»»^aiSi^a^^gBaBfBaB«pBBB^iaBlgMtaaaBBiB^^iggBBBa^B!apaaaMBBBaastaaatBg ^JMJlffilSSDUw I i Spring is here and Slimmer is gainiiigr upon us Tt neces&anlv becomes jou to ^Hf? ^? «. I look smart and be cool in your dress. FOY'S aie bettei piepaied than evei to offei E™i. :-2{F ^ » I aa you the l?itest thing in apparel, and especially so in lump 'Y - J*k I PAQUIfiy QI4I0TTC s*r'tff' '..?iS,^ ?^PX1'' Mr J*W\ I y We have made a science of our method of - y^. -jJsfe. -' ^Jb^lilh, m£,'~''% aHlkf= - - X-rr1^ I m selecting our clothes for this season, both as V* ^f^^^£suSSH^^ffi}/^feL'^iL \ JrafiCT lllll£ j''! ilF*'^ I 5 FANCY STRIPED CAMBRIC FASHION SHIRTS. Fast N^^^^^^\ ^^^^^^^^^B 1 ^ ^ ^^8 ^P ~^ ' '^ 1 B STRONG OXFORD FASHION SHIRTS (the Shirts v.e \S^^^^^\j^^^^^^^ffi ^^^^^^^^fe--^ 1 ?» are famous- for), made from material that does not NN^j§8§k. ^P^sX xI&Jt! 11111$ Sliiyliii lliiiilP^S'-^lI 1 S noted for its wearing qualities We have them in X /^^iJ/^^bNv1 1 ^mto^^S ^^ 1...

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

JOE DAVIS' SOLID GOLD LUCKY C WEDDING RING, ? The Heaviest and Best Value at the i Price in Australia. £ OTHERS IN STOCK: V 9ct. Gold, 5/6, 9/6, 12/6. } 15ct, Gold, 15/6, 20/-, 25/-. } 18ct. Gold, 25/-, 30/-, 40/-, 50/-. r. All these Rings are made in My Own 3 Factory from Sovereign Gold, and the V Quality of each is Guaranteed. -- ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE \ With Ring Size' Card Attached f Posted Free to Any Address. JOE DAVIS, = .{ y - . ' Tlie Money-Saving Jeweller,' r | 26 PARK ST., SYDNEY, ( v One Door from Pitt Street. \ A LASTING CORE FOR RHEUMATISM, .'. * , -.'. ? * — : ? Can only be had by Driving : ??? the Rheumatic Poison from . ??-?- the System* ... -?'?:.'? ? : ? -fc— ? '? ? ? '. TJie greatest trouble people have, who ' once suffer from an attack of Rhemna ????. tisni. is in rpreventing a return of the at N tack. Tt comes back year after year de spite all the rubbing- and ordinary treat ment' they undergo. ?;'. This- is because they- c]o not* drive the ' 'dress of the compl...

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

A DIP INTO ANTIQUITY. MR. W. J. FERGUSON publicly an-, nouneed at Newtown the other day the remarkable discovery that modern in dustrial legislation was simply a revival of the rules of the mediaeval guilds direct ing how many journeymen and appren tices each master might employ, and generally how he should carry on his business. He went on to apply the les son to the present: — ; If the Liberal Party passes legislation along the line of the- guild ordinances, whioh are centuries old, they are ac cused of stealing -the platform of the :Labor Platform, which is only 20 years jold.' : For shameless perversion of facts, it is .hard to majtch the self-styled 'Liberal.' In Britain the guilds have been dead as Julius Caesar for 400 years, and perhaps that is why Ferguson had the assurance to pretend that Wade's Coercion Act was 'on the lines . of the guild ordinances.'' The guild enforced its ordinances for itself. It had no use for briefless bar risters as chairmen of wages boards. If gu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN THE CAUCUS OF ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

j STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN A ? „ THE CAUCUS OF ONE. A FREQUENT charge against the, Labor Party by its opponents is that individual and personal opinion is dissolved in the caucus. The spectacle of an undivided house on the other side ap peals not to the Tory press and its chess «non. 'While party is pitted against party, and policy against policy, they must be solid or. opposition would be useless. To [ say that Labor members, however, yield up I their pet schemes at the dictates of the I'. Caucus is to libel the party. . The number f of private bills by Labor members proves. \ that, and a recent, instance may be cited' i in Mr. W. Finlayson, member for Bris !bane, moving in the Australian House for ' the closing of the pai-liamentary bar. A similar motion has been 'repeatedly moved | by Mr. G. Ryland, member for Gympie i fn the Queensland Assembly. So long as ! Labor men stick to their pledges and their I platform they are free to air their, own ©pinions to their hearts' content — that ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

S PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. I I Page. 1 Another Coercion Lie Refuted.... 11 if Cable News ? 19 I Calendar ? 2 I In the Australian Parliament ? 23 I Is it Aimed at the Labor Daily?.. 4 I Is Your Name on the Roll? ? 14 I Labor League Notes ? 18 I Lay of the Land ? 20 a Melbourne Tramway Company ... 22 I News of the Week ? 19 Page. Our Women's Page ? 7 Page Twenty-One ? 21 Sweated Women Workers ? 9 Sydney Poor Relief ? 22 The Fight in N.S.W ? 3, 15 Thoughts for Teachers ? 5 Trouble in South Australia ? 5 Wade Government Indicted ..... 2 Work and Wages ? . 16 - The Turf ? xi a Page, a Straight Australian ? 12 1 The Caucus of One ? A Dip I into Antiquity.-. .Practical Politi- - I - cal Proposals.. ..A Plea is not § Evidence... .Honoring Our- Flag I . ? Four Millions ? A Member' I Seen to Fall ? That Increor, 1 | Value. jf Victoria ? § I Victorian Labor Items ? ... 8 1 | Cartoons that Talk.-jpage I and IS. _ ?? I EE2Ss--^»r* Z^*^ ,,'^' ; _[ml* '.'WJLLJ' -IMCMgqMP^MO^M'IIMln IIHiff...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORKER ELECTION MANUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

ELEGTIOM MANUAL To meet the needs of hundreds of en quirers as to the provisions nf the Elec toral Law, we have arranged with Mr. Tebbutt. solicitor.- and joint author of the popu1'. i ' Local Government Manual ' to ; coiuj - . -x h'orker Election Manual,' ?ivin« in handy alpnabetical form a full ex planation of the provisions of the electoral law and regulations for the State of New South Wales. The work is of special service to secretaries of Labor Leagues, election committees, candidates, and laj; men generally. It is published at sixpence per copy, post free. Whilst Mr. Estell was speaking at Gul song in support of Mr. Dunn's candida ture for Mudgee, the 'Government came in for criticism for ordering three or four McMyler hoists, when it had been con demned by a commission. The Govern ment also did wrong when it appointed Mr. Johnson Chief Commissioner in place of Mr. Oliver, and it accentuated its mis take when it appointed Oliver chairman of the Decentralisation Commission. If...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

TAILORED TO MEASURE V VI * 1*1 IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE y Many men associate a Three-Guinea Suit with Inferior /«?'?' si' :y Fabrics and Second Kate Tailoring. //, 'in* B Every Suit we cut goes up to our Work Rooms and j 1 ? receives the same attention, because the Tailors have no idea J . \ ¥ as to the selling price. Of course, the Trimmings and I V f Fabric will not be as choice as in our Highest Priced Suits, J \j but neither Style nor Workmanship will be sacrificed at the J - i expense of Low Price. if i g We can give you a real Good Suit for three guineas J* // that embodies such exclusive features as the New American f-5 ]f Shoulders, the English Natural Shoulders, and our Own Idea ^*T /j —the New, Unbreakable, Shape Retaining, Military Fronts ; 'wM j in short, up-to-date Tailoring that will satisfy the most KpS, \ critical Dresser, and is good enough to bring you back agaia tj/fm \O for another Like the last. ' i ./* I How about seeing us. It only means coming Palmer- \/ y . , wa...

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