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"MILITANTS AND MODERATES." (To the Editor. "Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
'MILITANTS AND MODERATES.' (To the Editor. 'Labor News.') Dear Sir, — Under the caption of 'Mili- tants and Moderates' in your 'editor- ial,' you are unnecessarily offensive to those of the Labor Movement who, per haps, because they are not suffering from senile decay, bile, or a grudge against humanity in general, do not see eye to eye with your ideas of ,the necessity for what you describe as a 'militant pro gramme.' You say a 'moderate' may be de scribed in one word as an 'opportunist.' The policy you favor is the rankest form of Communism ever invented. You know also that, with a sound policy, we can win a majority in the next Parliament, and rectify the profiteering, rack-renting, and victimisation of Unionists that is rampant at present But your school of thought does not believe in gaining re form by degrees. You want the Whole loaf or none. You say, in effect, until we can establish a Socialistic State, we must ,, leave the starving kiddies go hungry; we must allow the shopg...
CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT VICTORIA A.L.P. (To the Editor "Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
[?] | ^ ?'*. MOUNT VICTORIA A.L.P. I '0 ' '(To the Editor, 'tabor News.') I :$Jeax Comrade,— W« desire to Inform I Sjm that your article, recently published I in' 'The Labor News,' re moderation and I ffie tactics of moderationists, meets en | tirely with our feelings, and we, as a Labor [ League, are proud that there are still ! : k few honest leaders who have the cour age to advocate such, views openly. Tour article stroneiy pointed out the ' hypo . crisy of sg-callech Labor --members try ing to camouflage the electors wjth mod eration. We' feel sure that this attitude of these members both . disgusts and alienates good staunch Labor voters. Finally, 'we consider Labor has the finest chance to win at the next elections if a fearless and honest platform is advo cated. — We are both, yours fraternally, 'WILLIAM MATTHEWS, Presidexit. , M. HYNES, Secretary. Mount Victoria A.LJ?., 27/4/'19.
LAND NATIONALISATION. (To the Editor, "Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
LAND NATIONALISATION. (To the Editor, 'Labor News.') Sir,-— In Mr. Arthur Griffith's letter ap pearing in last week's 'Labor News' the following points are worthy of criticism. Conceding, for the sake of argument that the loss in present' capital value, ow ing to land values taxation, falls upon fresh purchasers unjustly, it is easy to see that a similar drop would occur if only future increment were taxed, in asmuch as a large percentage of land value is of a speculative nature. Even land put to its fullest use has a higher value than it would have if other land were not' held out of use. The suggestion to take the increment as a cash payment has the disadvant age that its effect is tantamount to rais ing revenue by the sale of land or issuing loans to cover expenditure — presumably on current expenditure, and not neces sarily earmarked for capital development. Lloyd George introduced this system in 1909 when he placed 25 per cent on the increment on leases reverting to the owners....
THE COST OF LIVING AND PRICE-FIXING. (To the Editor. "Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
THE COST OF LIVING f-UD PRICE FIXING. : (To the Editor. 'Labor News.') Sir, — The latest Commonwealth statis tics show the rise in the' cost of living for March of this year, as compared with February, in all States except Queensland and South Australia, as an average of 1 per cent., and an increase since the out break of the war for Australia as a whole of 42 per cent., the increase varying in the different States from 17.3 to 63.3 per cent The outstanding fact remains that what could be purchased for 20/- before the war now costs 28/6 on an average in the Australian' States. It is all too patent that the burden of existence is daily be coming greater. Every housewife knows it to her cost when attempting to balance household accounts. We are told that Governmental interference with trade has caused dislocation, and almost ruined producers and business people in general. But tlie returns show that in the banks of Australia greater wealth exists to-day by some £45,250,000 than before...
Australian Labor Party. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. QUARTERLY REPORT, MARCH 31, 1919. MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
Au5traUan Latibr ^ Rutty. STATE OF NEW. 'SOUTH WALES. QUARTERLY REPORT, MARCH 31*. 1919. MEETINGS. For the quarter ending March 31 your Executive held a total (including specials) of 11 meetings. FINANCE. Receipts from all sources, in cluding tbe sum of £468/12/4 (Bank and Petty Cash), brought forward from De cember 31, 1918 ? £2009 7 6 Disbursements for the same period ? 1516 16 6 /Balance on hand ? £492 11 0 CONFERENCE. The Annual Conference, which was fixed for Easter week, has again been post poned this year on. account of the in fluenza epidemic scare. The State Ministry, in its anxiety to pose as men of genius who had saved New South Wales from the plague which has decimated other lands, has become completely panic stricken, and has rushed from one device to another with the ill considered impetuosity of children vested with unlimited power t and extremely limited intelligence. The results of the despotic regulations have been nearly as tragic as the disease itself. The- restr...
Australian Labor Party. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Macdonell House, 321 Pitt Street, Sydney, 7/5/19. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
Australian Labor Party. STAI£ OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Macdonell House, 321 Pitt Street, . „ Sydney, 7/5/19. Letter to Secretaries of AX.P. Branches throughout the Metropolitan Area: — Re Paddington By-Election. Polling Day: Saturday, May 24th. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Your attention is drawn to the impend ing by-election in Paddington. ft' ia^I aim buW unSt^sa^y'to^tress fee^^W^ ance of winning this- by a big majority for Labor. » I am directed, therefore, to ask-that .you, with as many of your members as pos sible, will rally to the assistance of the Movement. There Is much to be done prior to the election, In the form of can vassing and distribution of literature, etc., while on polling day, the more people that can be organised will certainly make for an increased majority, the moral effect of which it is impossible to calculate. Trusting that you will be able to re spond, and report as early as possible to the Committee Rooms 'at 196 Oxford street, Paddington, opposffe -the Padding t...
Kandos News. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
Kandos New*. . -Fr-wn Our Own Correspondent.) The people of Kandos have naturally .1-een a trifle nervous lately about the pos wbility of a visitation from that dreaded pestilence, jumimonic influ^nzn, and ia*t Sunday afternoon we held an open-air tneetine to decide unon what slena ive wouia take to keep it out of our hitherto ?clean township. We have- no local cases, tout about a cotiple of weeks ago two sus ' peels were brought to the Rylslone Hos pital from tin* Vulcan Colliery; the yellow flag w;is hoisted, and all the ordinary patients turned out. As the same doctor who attendod these euspeebj lias to look after the ordinary cases of sickness in Rylstone, Kandos, and the adjoining districts, it was reason able to expect a virulent outbreak of the pestilence in our midst as soon as the doctor had time to distribute the germs. In addition to #!e 'possibility of con tusion from the doctor, we have a few foolhardy residents who are constantly travelling to nnd from the affected are...
LABOR CARTOONS OF &THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
^gsOi* THE WEFK PROFIT AND LOSS. . — With acknowledgments to ''New York Life.' THE THREE WISE MEN FROM THE WEST. Wilson — Lloyd George— Clemenceau. — 7'De Amsterdammer,' Amsterdam. THE RIVAL WILLIES. WILLIE WATT: 'Yah! I am King of New-castle; an' you're the dirty rascal!' WHAT IS HAPPENING. —'Evening News.' FAMILY TROUBLES
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
fSSjnLjp* ^TT^ *E7^ H^.T T*^ J^ ^KJP* tf^t -WHm$& ^F|r * it/ -IN JJA i ^ JgSm ' jHli OF SPECIAL REDUCTIONS' ' jMjt Om AND PRICE CUTTING a, ? ? Mk- WWIN.NS '-9 ?H STARTED YESTERDAY.' W '. W^^^^n\l^ There are always good reasons' why you should go first to Winns. Here are some lpllllill ' ^B^S^T^ that this event offers, for Ten Days Only. But come at^ once before some sell lilliiilPi v ujiHiKw »v out. Seasonable goods and cold weather wants at decided reductions. Also a W^WmM Ifi ffi few undesirables at Throw-out Prices. , M^JMptel jf ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE INCLUDED. ~I\ L.N.M. 142.— FAWN TWEED COATS, fur collar and cuffs, belt of self. Regu lar, €7/6. SPECIAL, 47/6. NIGGER BROWN CARACUL COATS, lined throughout, belt cf self. Regular, 59/6. SPECIAL, 49/6. Startling Specials in Blouses. LADIES' PAISLEY FLANNELETTE BLOUSES. Usually, 3/3. SPECIAL, 2/6. FAWN FLANNELETTE BLOUSES, colored pipings. Usually, 3/11. EMBROIDeWd ' CREPE-DE-CHENE BLOUSES, in Pink, Sky, and Black. Usually, 19/...
Late Delivery of "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
Late Delivery of ' Labor News.' ' $Jumerous complaints 'having been fk ceiyed as to the late delivery of - the ?. -_:*Xakor News,' inquiries have been made ' jat headquarters, and we are informed that the service is disorganised owing to over 200 postal officials being, absent through the influenza epidemic Subscribers and agents can rely on this office using every effort to secure prompt and regular de ; livery of the paper. '?-:- JflDi'.i/-,; J' v- HU3G1NS, Manager. -
LAW AND ORDER IN THE WEST. RETURNED SOLDIERS TAKE STRONG LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
LAW AND ORDER IN THE WEST. RETURNED SOLDIERS TAKE A STRONG LEAD. In Fremantle, Western Australia, there is a small-scale revolution in progress. The wharf lumpers and the returned sol diers desired to work the lumping busi ness on the lawful and orderly system of Unionism. The capitalists wished to maintain con ditions of ? lawlessness . and injustice and anarchy by giving the work to pimps and spies and other non-unionistic pets of their own, with a view to crush Unionism and humble the workers in the. dust. They called this 'law and order,' and, of course, the capitalist, alias the Na tionalist Government, promised their bosses that they would use all the forces of the State to help them at the peoples expense to accomplish their criminal pur pose. The returned soldiers, or the vast ma- I jority of them, recognising that they were j of the working class, and that they had j been gulled by false promises and be trayed with' the customary treachery of the class which had used them, ...
THE WAR AND AFTER A GREAT WAR IS A GREAT DEFEAT, IT MEANS RUIN TO THE VICTOR AS WELL AS THE LOSER. IRELAND AND SELF-DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 10 May 1919
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE WAR AND AFTER &nbsp; A GREAT WAR IS A GREAT DEFEAT, IT MEANS RUIN TO THE &nbsp; VICTOR AS WELL AS THE LOSER. &nbsp; IRELAND AND SELFDETERMINA- &nbsp; TION. &nbsp; Just at present, while so much is heard &nbsp; of 'self-determination,' the 'rights of &nbsp; small nations,' and England's 'burning zeal for all oppressed peoples,' the fol- &nbsp; lowing extracts from an article by a lead- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing English writer and statesman, the &nbsp; Right Hon. C. F. G. Masterman, in the &nbsp; -'Contemporary Review,' should prove of &nbsp; interest: 'It has been said,' he writes, 'that the &nbsp; account of British and Irish relationships &nbsp; resembles less an Intelligent record than &nbsp; THE SCRAWLING OF A MADMAN &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; UPON THE PAGES OF HISTO...
SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
[?] nineteen years, and as Sydney Damsel, Hem, Sobrina, and Sandbeer are also find ing backers it is likely that mares will have a good deal to say in this year's result. * # * Cetigne, who will have the services of the premier horseman, L. A. WalUcr, is 3trong!y in demand. He was third last J rear with 9st. 12lb., and with 21b. less is sure to be hard to beat. Baltic Sea, who} is equal second favorite with Cetinge, j meets that horse on 81b. worse terms, than in last year's event, when Baltic Sea ran unplaced with 7st. 101b. Baltic ( Sea has, however, shown marked im- j provement since, and will no doubt give 1 better account of himself this time. * « * Sydney Damsel (8st. 71b.) will have the advantage of the services of Ken Bracken, which, apart from the speedy imported mare's own abilities, will ensure her-ii big following. * ? ? * W. H. McLachlan will be on Sandbee, who has been well backed by her owner, but the 'heads' are not very keen on her chance. ? * # Princess Lucy will, ...
Probable Riders in Big Races. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
Probable Riders in Big Races. Most of the leading horsemen have already entered into engagements for the Doncaster and Cup. At the time of writ ing it is understood that the following arrangements have been made: — DONCASTER HANDICAP. Cetigne.— L. A. Walker. Publican.— A. Wood, Sydney Damsel. — K. Bracken. Wedding Day.— D. O'Connor. Baltic Sea.— E. O'Suliivan. Sandbee. W. McLachlan. Princess Lucy.— C. Barden. Promised Land.^F. Hood. Sobrina. — Probably W. Crockett. Dick Meagher.— J. Quigley. Selandra. — J. Townsend. King's Word.— A. OrrelL Palmitic. — W. Duncan. SYDNEY CUP Kennaquhair.— W. H. McLachlan. Poitrel.— K. Bracken. Lanius.— C. Barden. The Fortune Hunter. — M. Connell. Arch Marella.— L. A. Walker. Finmark. — A. Wood. Night Watch. — W. Duncan. Wedding Day. — D. O'Connor. Booster. — A. Shanahan. Redburn. — J. Townsend. Greg.— W. McCa'be. Ian Or. — E. O'Suliivan. West Molong.— T. O'Brien.
SELECTIONS. Randwick. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
SELECTIONS. : Randwick. Hurdle Raoe. Gbonangledene ? 1 Lord Nagar ? ? 2 Grpphone ? 3 Autumn Stakes. ,.'? Wolaroi ? ...,......?- 1 - Poitrel ? 2 Snub ? '? ? 3 Doncaster Handicap. Amberdown ? 1 Publican ? 2 Promised Land ? 3 Hem ? , ? ? 4 .Sires' Produce Stakes. Millieme ? 1 Pershore ? ; ? ? ? 2 Gambler's Gold ? 3 St. Leger. 1 : Finmark ? 1 Woorawa ? 2 -. Golden Bronze ? 3 . Highweight Handicap. - Glittering Gold ? 1 Goorianawa ? 2 - Parthos ? 3 Sydney Cup. (Run on Monday.) 'West Molong ? , ? 1 Booster ? 2 Night watch ? 3 ' Snub ? 4
The Acceptances. FIRST DAY. FIRST HURDLE RACE, of 500 sovs. About 2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
The Acceptances. FIRST DAY. FIRST HURDLE RACE, of 500 sovs. About 2 miles. ' st. lb. St. lb. Jack Rice ... 12 12 Garrus ? 10 9 Glaflful ? 11 10 Algous ? 10 0 jLord Nagar . 11 6 Goonangledene 9 13 JVIontauk .... U 4 Sweet Step .. 9 12 Graphone ... 11 3 Mountwood .90 'AUTUMN STAKES, of 2000 sovs. For three-year-olds and upwards. One ? mile and a half. Bursar ? 9 3 Arch Marella . 9 0 The Fortune Kennaquhair ? 9 0 Hunter .... 9 3 Ian 'Or ? 9 0 Ulva's Isle ... 9 3 Poitrel .....V 9 Q Wolaroi ? 9 3 Snub ? .9 0 Lanius ....... 9 3 Phast Boy ... 9 0 ,Thana ? 9 jj^^^ JDONCASTER HANDICAP, of 2000 sovs. 1 mile. Y^etigne ? 9 10 Auberio ? 7 12 Greenstead ... 9 3 Promised Land 7 12 Borne Boy .... 8 12 Sobrina ? 7 10 Amberdown . . 8 10 Dick 'Meagher 7 10 Publican ...... 8 7 Selandra .\ . . . 7 6 Sydney Damsel 8 7 King's Word . 7 5 '? Wedding: Day. S 6 Fight Ever ... 7 5 Briseis ..: ? 8 6 Cash Register. 7 2 Baltic Sea .... 8 2 Pamphlet .... 6 11 jSandbee ...... 8 0 Palmitic ...... 6 10 ?Cerise Colors...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. * Owing to our limited spa.ee, and in order ?. to give everyone a fair deal, letters to the ? Editor must not, except by special ar rangement, exceed half a column;-1. ?-.'??..?u! 400 words). Those in excess of that;' r^r will either be rejected or condei ?-?*-. ??: -. Ed. 'LuN.'' ?-.--?? :- ? -
Modern Christianity and War. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
Modem Christianity and Waiyi Name within the last century any ruler,/ or minister who has been guided by Inn manity or religion in the question of peace' or war. Name any ruler who has ab-» stained from war because force is no ar-:, gument. With the possible exception of, /- Mr. Gladstone, in the cases of the Alabama^ . and Majuba Hill, I can think of nojjfc.* ;'.', Against this one possible exception place ?.?;.-. all. the wars of a century past, includingf j ':'^M three that were among the most terrible' ^::^ in human history— the Napoleonic mr,-.-': ^| the Franco-German and Russo-Japanese*] ^^|1 And as to the sweet influences ty Chris-.! '' ?_'? || tianity, remember the Russian arch- ' ^i bishops, how they blessed the sacred icons. Jji that were' to lead the Russian peasants^ ': |i to the slaughter of the Japanese peasants!,' jjjj'A Remember our Archbishop, of Canterbury fS in February. 1911, deeply regretting that( ':.'./' ~-^M a previous engagement prevented him' ' ? -^^ from p...
Late Delivery of "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
Late Delivery of ' Labor News.' Numerous complaints having been re ceived as to the late delivery of *the 'Labor News,' inquiries have been made «r at headquarters, and we are informed that the service is disorganised owing to over 200 postal officials being absent through the influenza epidemic. Subscribers and agents can rely on this office using every effort to secure prompt and regular de livery of the paper. J. F. HIGGINS, Manager. '
On the Balance-sheet of Time. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919
On the Balance-Sheet of Time. They, work in- the grim front line, ??--.., .In tho, trenches. of toil and pain; ? -; And one, 'mid the lights %nd . wine, ,. . TiaJks' of 'his loss and his gain; For pick-and-shovel and -.furnace heat Are -only marks .on a balance-sheet ??.:-' They tell of the might of trade, Of commerce 'that walks in»pride, - :r\ ? Of s the wonders that men have made, ? ,-;?: y^i'mm Ot the problems the days 'decide; ?.;,^.---;-''£5^B But every1 step of the path Is wet _ _; :^-'$iBM With a woman's tears and a 'toileirtltf .'?; v-gyiB -:?. r^. ?..??.?j.:;-.»:.'.r^'-a| They work in the -grim first line/: -; ,';.', .JJjjS The inen who have conquered allj' ' '''?£„ ^SjiBH For*them are no lights exA wine, ' ^ i 41191 No word in the banquet hall;- , .# !|§J|m But time has counted them beat by beat, v^SaS The hearts that are marks on_a balance- [c~ «18H sheet: ' \ '? ? - : %--^B The great .suns, rise, knd set, .. ... ^ '— ffSS And slowly .the time draws near '/./'? .-ttmSSL ...