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

WANTED, MAN COOK for SHEARING; also Cook for Homestead, 14 in all; 4s. per head; good bread baker. Also Hand Shecrers wanted. Shearing starts 19th SEPTEMBER: Apply J. KIRBY, 'Grassmere,' Pleasant Hills, via Henty, N.S.W. WASTING WEAKNESS HEART PALPITATION NERVE BREAKDOWN CAN BE RAPIDLY REMEDIED WITH CLEMENTS TONIC No more sincere or truer letter was ever written to women than this one. It is a proof of the healthful properties of a re remarkable medicine, and of special interest to all Australian people, especially to weak women. Mrs. FRANCES PARKINSON, Hotel keeper, Bundemar Hotel, via Trangle, New South Wales, writes: — n I think it my duty to inform you of the benefits I derived from taking your medicine, Clements Tonic. I suffered much from indigestion. No medicine did me good, but your tonic, of which I took a course of eight bottles, cured my ailments. Two months ago I was so run down, could not eat or sleep, had pains '' all over ; in fact, I did not care if I lived or died. ...

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

THE WORKER. ; - ? ' — - : : Business Address: 129 -Sathurst Street, Sydney, Printed and published by Hector- Lamond, ef ' Xaraiu.' Sprinsdale Road. Killara. for and on behalf of the Australian Workers' ?? TTnion, -fn New South 'Wales.' Victoria, and !? -Couth Australia, at ' The 'Worker ' OfOce. { 123 Sathurst-street, Sydney, N.S.W. ;?? .; -TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. i - (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. . . . .'. Within the Commonwealth. Yearly ,? ? 5/ - Half-Xearly ? .7 ? 2/6 Outside the Commonwealth. I Tear Only in Advance. K.Z., Papua, and Fiji ..: ? .7/2 U.K., U.S.A.. and elsewhere ? 9/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. j The Two Editions will be posted to the ] same addrers at the following rates: — ! - Year Only in Advance. ! Withi-. the Commonwealth .. ? 7/6 K.Z., Papua, Fiji .... ? ' ? .... 9/6 I U.K., U.S.A.. and elsewhere ? ? 12/ Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all Business Communications to be addressed to The Manager. HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters...

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ANOTHER COERCION LIE REFUTED. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE MINIMUM WAGE BILL. LABOR PARTY DID NOT OPPOSE IT. INSISTED ON A MINIMUM OF 5s:—THE HOUSE FAVORABLE TO THE ALTERATION.—THE MEASURE ABANDONED BY THE GOVERNMENT RATHER THAN GIVE EXPRESSION TO PARLIAMENT'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

ANOTHER COERCION LIE REFUTED. ? a ? . THE TRUTH ABOUT THE gVHNgiyJUiVl WAGE BILL LABOR PARTY DID NOT OPPOSE IT. INSISTED ON A MINIMUM OF 5s:— THE HOUSE FAVORABLE TO THE — ALTERATION.— THE MEASURE ABANDONED BY THE GOVERNMENT RATHER THAN GIVE EXPRESSION TO PARLIAMENT'S WILL. The unscrupulousness with which the Wadeite party prosecutes its election campaign was well exemplified at a wo men's meeting at Glebe last week, when a Mrs. McKinnon, a paid organizer of that body, professed to give a history of the work of the present Ministry. Asked a question by Mrs. Logan, a well-known Labor worker, with regard .to the Mini mum Wage Act, and the Labor Party's attitude towards that piece. of legislation, Mrs. McKinnon replied: — ' I am glad you asked the question. The facts are these: — The Labor Party had on their platform of 1907 a plank provid ing for a minimum wage of 2s. 6d. But although they were supporting Ministries in power for several years they did no thing to get this minimum wage ...

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DELEGATES TO FIRST FEDERAL TRAMWAY WORKERS' CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

DELEGATES TO- FIRST 'FEDERAL TRAMWAY WORKERS' CONVENTION. Reading from left to right (Stand! ng)—J. L. Chambers, N.S.W.; G. O'Dwyer, N.S.W.; C. R. Harding, N.S.W.; A. McKinley, N.S.W.; E. Diokson, S.A. Reading from left to right (Sitting)— P. W. McGrath, Vic; A. C* Warton (Secretary), N.S.W.; H. Lawton (President), N.S.W.; R. H. Lloyd, S.A.; W.Johnson, M.L.A.,. WJV.

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

jSinlTpolitigal. ?The Liberal crowing over tliej Kooyorig election is a little difficult to understand. At the Senate election on April. 13, Best polled 17;230 votes in TKooyonff. On August 24, the same Best, polled only H926 votes. Best calls this a reaction. .It certainly looks like it; but if we were Best we'd say very little about it.' M. M, 4fc *? IT ? W . 'When the Federal Labor Party Had got Into power the ' Argus' prophesied that the wealth of the Commonwealth would.be. I driven away. As a matter of fact, the I wealth of Australia had been going away I untii the Labor Party got into power, be I cause the people had been leaving, and the i people were the real wealth of a State.'— I federal Member Ozanne. I ' ' ?' .?-.-#.? .. , . I Citing the fact that o while 'the other States and New Zealand had yearly in creased the per capita sums spent on edu tion, Victoria's outlay had fallen off- from 15s. 6d. in 1890, to 13s. Id. in 1909, Labor Leader Prendergast, during the debate on...

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RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

RABBIT SKINS. No radical change took place in the prices of kangaroo, wallaroo, bear, and goat skins at the last fortnightly Sydney sales, but wallaby skins and opossum skins further declined. There were over 180,000 opossum skins offered, and rum pers declined Is. to 2s. 6d. per dozen, reds 3s. to 5s., and greys 4s. to 8s. Good com petition for rabbit skins sent up the prices Id. per 1b. 'Quotations: — -Grey kangaroo, large 55d to 87d each, medium 2ld to 52d, small lOd to 19d; red kangaroo, large 39d to 82d, medium 15d to 38d, small 6d to 14d; wallaroo, large 38d to old, medium 18d to 37d, small 3d to 17d; wallaby — scrub, large 17d to 29d, medium 12d to 16d, small 9d to .ll%d; wallaby — swamp, large 22d to 45d, medium 13d to 20d, small 8d to 12d; wallaby— rock, to 14d; goats, best 25d to 39d, seconds 8d to 21d; bears, best 30d to 49d, second's 18d to 25d; rabbits; pick e'd lots of super skins 16 %d, sup. 14%d to lGd, good 13d to 14d, medium lOd to 12d, kittens and lower sorts o^d ...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. Gundabooka. Eourke, has passed into the hands of Messrs. E. and W. Xaughton. .. * _. * * One station in the Cobar district, X.S.W., estimates an annual loss of 1000 sheep through the ravages of dingoes, ' tame ' dogs, and foxes. * . ? # . * Subterranean clover, accidentally in troduced at' Ournie Station, Upper Mur ray, has proved a most useful fodder plant, being- eaten down most greedily by stock. ?» ^? '» One of the chief attractions at the Grenfell, X.S.W., show was an exhibit of noxious weeds' The exhibit was put in by an official of the Department of Agri culture. - * * * Between White Cliffs and Wilcannia, 60 miles, there is only one Government watering place, 14 - miles from White Cliffs, -and the remaining 46- miles is without water. In hot weather carriers have to take a tortuous route across country to. the parched Paroo, and de pend on settlers for water. * * «= Tho agricultural outlook in Victoria is excellent. In the grain-growing districts encouraging...

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

i ^^^^\ already Sold of fhel 1 C?2l8» Popular BOOKSTALL! 1 SERIES of Australian Novels. 1 i I 1 WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA. B I THE DOUBLE ABDUCTION, fj fay H. K. BLOXHAM 9 (Author of ' On the Fringe of the fig Never-Xever 'j. g With Four Full-Page Illustrations by S Ben Jordan, g Illustrated Paper Cover. Price 1/-; S postage 3d. S Mr. Bloxham has again succeeded in B weaving a web of romance around thei B belles of Wilcannia which is likely to! ? prove as great a favorite as his former; g effort. j B The plot Is too intricate and the inci-j B dents too numerous to mention in a short] m paragraph, but readers may be sure ofj ? plenty of excitement, told in this author s ? thrilling style. The very daring of the 9 abduction of the two girls, although com B mitted bv two seemingly simple young S men. is worthy of the best bushrangimr B traditions of Australia. H LOVE AND THE AEROPLANE, 1 A Tale of To-Morrow. ? By JOHN SANDES. M With Six Full-Page Illustrations by ?...

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

STUDY AT , HOME EDUCATION BY POSTT^ ^Sr^jB WE COACH BY POST for Public SerTtceUJruvenfty, Shire (y^ ^^SfftK/F^^^^lf^^B^^ g Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanihip, Correspondence, Arithmetic, Commercial Law ; Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Coaitruction, Mechanical Drawing. Our Syilcroi are unique and are not available to any other »o-qa]k-5 C-7rretponder.ce School I Send for our Pamphlet ' E ' to STOTT & HOARE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE?, I MOORE STREET, SYDNEY (Oppotite Gort. Saringi Bank). ? PERSONAL. Twelve words. Sixpence: each additionai twelve -words or under. Sixpence. Cash with order. Booking fee. 1/- extra. ? COPIES OF 'WILLS, Title Deeds. Defcih Cer tificates, etc.. obtained here or abroad. Missing Friends traced. Competent De tectives and private information supplied. Sydney Detective Bu-eau. 41 Elizabeth-st. Reg. by Gov. W. B Prandergast, Manager ALLKN'-~Will J. Allen or Dick Harris write to W. A. Allen, Oorov.a Park, 29^ ...

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WRITERS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

WRITERS AND OTHERS. It is recorded that a recent race meet ing at Ascot in England was called' Black Ascot, because ' every man and woman ' who attended was in deep mourning for King Edward. Somehow it. reminds one. of the supposedly true story of a bur lesque actress appearing in. black tights to show her grief at the loss of her husband. # # =» An eleventh edition of the Encyclo paedia Britannica, in twenty-eight vo lumes, is to come from Cambridge* Uni versity in December. That is rather better than the present thirty-six volumes, and of course the information will be many years nearer date than that of the early volumes of the combined ninth and tenth editions. The f h\st twenty -four volumes were published between 1S75 and 1SS9. The' first: edition 'of ? the ?? Britannica was squeezed into three volumes (Edinburgh 1768-71). ,,# :. ?#? . # ' The Heart ;of the , Bush,' by Broda Reynolds, is a ^story* mingling love,, jea lousy; religious doubts, and various other matters. The expe...

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Page Twenty-One: IN GERMANY: An Australian Girl's Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

[?] CONDUCTED BY Norman Liliey. I| IN GERMANY : ?-; An Australian Girl's Impressions. If ?Ul five years of age Iris de Cairos-Rego ML a musical prodigy. That was about Ka en years ago. The child's talent for ?(he piano was so exceptional that it was ?wohed to send her to London. She ?steadily forged ahead with ? her musical ?studies, winning at nine the Trinity Col lie senior piano certificate. For the Kst three years she has been in Berlin as ?Fpupil of Albert Jonas, who was himself B. fnvnrite DUDil of Anton Rubinstein, so Bat one might almost call Iris de Cairos Bjlfgo a step-pupil of the great master. ? 'Although full of admiration for Ger K,nv and things German, Miss Rego finds Kasons for feeling- glad to be back in Kidney. 'For one thing,' she says, ?''most' of the houses in Berlin are built ?Li the apartment principle, and only ?tee who have had to do three-years in ?L ? . ? ? — ? ? ? I IRIS DE CAIROS-REGO. K flat can thoroughly appreciate, the ad ftantages of living. in a_ p...

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ORGANIZING THE BUTCHERS. SUCCESSFUL TOUR IN NORTH-EAST OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

ORGANIZING THE BUTCHERS. SUCCESSFUL TOUR. IN NORTH-EAST OF VICTORIA. Mr. C. H. Andersen, secretary of the Federated Butchers' Union, has returned to the Trades Hall, Melbourne, after a successful organizing tour in the North-' eastern district of Victoria. Strong branches of the union were formed at Wangaratta and Rutherglen, and pre liminary steps were taken to get going a branch at Corowa, the details of the latter- being left in the hands of the N.S.W. portion of the organization. Mr. James Larkings, an old member of the A.W.U., was appointed union representa tive at Wangaratta, and Mr. W. F. Jones was made delegate at Rutherglen. Mr. Andersen went on to Albiiry to assist in the political candidature of - Mr; Ben Loyd, who is carrying the banner for Labor in the N.S.W. State fight. Mr. Loyd was unable to reach the border city at the same time as Mr. Andersen, who could not, however, wait, having to re turn to Melbourne in connection with the dispute^over the slaughtering in the e...

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WORKING OF LIFTS. CLOSER SUPERVISION NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

? v ? WORKING OF LIFTS. , .CLOSER SUPERVISION NEEDED. The necessity .. that exists for amending legislation '' which will provide for the ' closer, and. .better inspection of. lifts1 was urged at * the meeting' of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council last -week by Mr. J. McConnachie, the representative of the Lift Attendants' Union. He pointed out that though lads under 18 years of age -were not allowed by the Act to have charge of- lifts, they were ? employed in that -capacity. If there had been pro per supervision fewer accidents would have occurred and less lives would have been lost.' Mr. McConnachie, in a reso lution which he moved asking the Minis ter for Labor (Mr. Murray) to have amending „.., legislation «? introduced, pro tested against the delay in having a wages board created - for . lift attendants. The motion was agreed to. During the inquest into the' death of Emile Jandescherosky (a member of a company of acrobats), which occurredre cently at the Palace Hotel, Melbourne...

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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

MINES AND MINERS. ? a ? West Australian gold batteries last week crushed 2179 tons for 1625oz. gold. '? ,' '.' . ?;* ' ': . # *',-' ^-' ' '-;.''.' ?? An offer by a company -to take an option for 12 months for a big sum 'over the Cobar: Gladstone Mine has been re ferred to a meeting of shareholders on September 14, - ' .'- . ? '''''*??''*?*??* . .The result of the .crushing, from the newly-discovered reef at Bahgadang, near Adelong, N.S.W., is. being! anxiously awaited, as the. ground on each end has been taken up by pi*ospectors. : '. *? * *'. ' ? The satisfactory yield of the first crush ing from the Cosmopolitan mine is again directing attention to. the Baker's Creek, N.SiW., gorge, and the possibility of 'a .mining revival there. ,:. . . . -. Ai'aluen; N.S.W., Valley won 66oz. 6dwtV gold last week, while Araluen Proprietary recovered 6oz. Sdwt. for 116 hours' work. No.' 2. Central. Dredge ran 130- hours ' for Zlx/zoz. gold, and Araluen Redbank. dredge 128 hours 'for 33oz.'l4d\vt....

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IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

Ii\; THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. A flaw has actually been discovered in the formula dealing with the Common wealth Land Tax. It was boomed with all- the magnitude of a great discovery by those whose anxiety is not so much for mathematical accuracy as to try and kill the bill in order to save the mon opolist. The fact that the formula was ousiiLiy out- was Known to Ministers when it was adopted. For absolute ac curacy the employment of decimals, en tailing a large amount of work, would have been necessary, whilst the return would have been insignificant — a little over a shilling for £150,000. 'If,' said Attorney-General Hughes, 'the opponents of the measure are so reduced in their arguments as to come down to pointing out the omission of decimals, and thus prove we are not charging enough, I dare say we shall be able to find a way to accommodate them.' Last week ushered in the new system of sittings. For three out of the four days the House of Representatives met at iu.6v instead of ...

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SOME LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

SOME LABOR NOTES. Mr. E. Coulspn has been 're-elected pre sident of the Geelong branch of the Opera tive Bricklayers' Society. . i :~r - * */. .:.??.*,.,; . i ,,,i. Mr.'F. J. Meyei's, secretary' of ;the Jtfarl-, ton branch of the Political. Labor !C,oun-, cil, will be a carfdi'date tat the represen tation of the Victoria Ward^ in the ^Mel bourne City Council at the; .'elections in November. : - ? . 'V ?? :- Twenty nominations haye.been received for the representation of f; the; ; ten' -seats w.hich the Melbourne branch of the ^Saw mill, Timber Yard, ?, and General Wood workers' Association hold' on the; State conference of the' organization. A ballot will shortly be held. . . ? /?; '???.??-. # .*-.-' ? ? ' '. i v ? . A deputation from the Melbourne Trades 'Hall Council is to wait on the Minister of Labor (Mr. Murray) to ask that a wages board be created for under takers' assistants.' These ?.workers are among the worst of the. low paid toilers, and they have exceedingly long hours. ...

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VICTORIAN P.L.L. MEETING. Central Executive Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

VICTORIAN P.L.L. MEETING. Central Executive Meeting. A special meeting of the Central Execu tive was held on Saturday evening at Trades Hall, Carlton. Mr. H. E. Beard, M.H.R., presided, and the full Executive were represented. Correspondence was read from a num ber of branches and affiliated unions re lating to the ' Commonwealth Protection ist Association ' and action of Political Labor Council in requesting withdrawal of members from that body. As the number of branches requesting that a special con ference be convened to further the matter were in excess of the number required by constitution (twelve branches), it was decided to call a special conference for Saturday, October 29, at 3 o'clock. The resignation of Mr. P. Heagney as secretary to the Central Executive was accepted, and Mr. D. L*. McNamara was appointed acting-secretary, pending an appointment being made by special con ference. — D. Ij. McNamara, Acting Sec retary. ^ — _™— t

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PERTH TRAMWAY LOCK-OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

PERTH TRAMWAY LOCK-OUT. The reserved judgment of the magis trate who heard the cases against officials of the Perth Tramway Em ployees' Union was delivered on Wed nesday last. Mr. Johnson, M.L.A., secre tary of the Union, who was charged with aiding and abetting a strike, was fined £50; and Messrs. MacDonald (president), St. John (vice-president), and Parsons (assistant secretary), charged as em ployees with breaking the law by strik ing, were fined £10 each. Mr. Johnson was given the aTternative of two months' imprisonment, and the three other de fendants of 21 days. Much indignation was expressed by a large section of the public, altogether dissociated from Labor bodies, at the severity of the fines. At last week's sitting of the N.S.W. Labor Council the vice-president (Mr. Duncan) moved a vote of sympathy with the Union employees of the Perth com pany. It was, he said, a fight for jus tice, and every Labor man wanted to see the Union win. The motion was car ried unanimously.

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

I I Nine Cutters going all the time. B9E8 ;? ? j ] m . ? ? - . . ? . I Pioneer Distributors Australian Goods. fl j 486, 488, 490 Geortfe-st ; and 7, 9, II, 13, 15, and -17 Moyal Arcade Sydney. 1 L ?P-^Send&,patteIn..naedf.lneBlrarciEcc;,or»8. COrriage pa5d on all orders throu^oiit ^^ H

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

Debility after operations can be cured by SCOTT'S Emulsion Scott's Emulsion perma nently restores , .strength. Hundreds of people have written to say they were cured of one or another torm of debilityby Scott's Emulsion. For example, Mr. A. A. Yar-. rington wrote, 12th May,' 1909, from 195, Duke Street; Woolloomooloo, Sydney, -N.S.W.: - ''A serious operation tefi Me vety weak, ana ,es I also had a severe cold, I decided to try f Scott's Emulsion. I felt better after a few doses, and before the '.first bottle was done, the cold teas quite cured. 1 am now thoroughly strong and well; Scott's Emulsion worked wonders for me. This trademark was on the emul sion I bought.' If you wish to get rid of your debility, and decide to buy. Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S EMULSION. You may be asked to buy another emul sion and told it is 'just as good as Scott's.' Substitute emulsions can only be sold on the reputation of Scott's Emulsion. - j Scott's Emulsion cures the disease—' .no m...

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