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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
Ji T. WALKER, 23STURTST., BALLARAT. Fi»i\o& (Best Makers). Ftari\itt*re (European Made) CASH OR TERMS. ? ^__ FEDERAL MEDICAL CLUB. All Diseases Treated. Advice and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including medicine for one week, 10/-. If your case is not suitable for treatment by correspondence your tee will be returned. Dr. MALONBY, Surgeon, MEDICAL DIRECTOR. HOURS: 12 to 2; 5 to 7. The Worker Building, Russell Street (^P05'18 Kina s Theatre), Melbourne. I&st&t Melbotirive Hotel, 130 Botirke St., Melbourne. JAMES FLYNN, late of Kimberley, W.A., and formerly of Duck Creek Opal Fields, ' qteensland, informs old friends they will find a welcome at the above o ^established 2nd centrally-situated Hotel. Best Accommodation for Boarders and Visitors. Tariff. 4b. 6d. per day; 25s. per week. Only best brands Wines and Spirits Stocked. 'Phone. 860 City. ? WORKER FILED. '''LOCAL versus FOREIGN FOR AUSTRALIANS. D*i» Fxix«w AcirnxtiiH*,— H»Tt yaaiBioked Australian Tobteoa ?...
VICTORIA. SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. FIVEPENCE HALFPENNY TO MAKE A DRESS. INEFFECTIVE WAGES BOARD DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
VICTORIA. v — I SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. -.\. '? ? — : — # ? ; — ; flVEPENCE HALFPENNY TO MAKE A DRESS. -?? ?.. INEFFECTIVE WAGES BOARD DETERMINATION. B-'When wages boards were instituted un ijer 'the Shops and Factories Act it was ploped to abolish sweating. . Yet it is ?(found to-day that outdoor workers are in' Pmany. instances as badly treated as ever I they were. Mrs. Felstead, secretary of the W White ..Workers'. Union, has had. her at I.AnKnn directed recently, to several in W stances of shocking underpayment. Two ftcases were brought, under the 'notice ;of 'the Trades Hall Council by; her- on last ^Thursday'. 'night. In one of them two ?young married women were .offered 5%d. to make a full print dress. She explained that to earn this amount the' blouse had to be cut out, and then joined together; to tucks had to be made in the front and (ourin the back, while buttons, and hooks -had- to be sewn on and eyelets prepared. Afterwards the skirt had to be made. It was- provided in t...
VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. An endeavor is to be made by the Clerks* Union to secure preference of em ployment for unionists where casual hands are required in Federal Government departments. * ? ? Registration of the Municipal Em ployees' Association of Victoria under the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitra tion Act has been granted by the regis trax* (Mr. Stewart). * w w At a conference of representatives of the employers and employees' union in the hairdressing and wigrnaking trade in Melbourne, it was decided to prepare a petition in favor of closing all shops at two o'clock on Saturday afternoon, with a late Friday night. * # ♦ Branches of the Butchers' Employees' Federation have been formed at Ruther | glen and 'Wangaratta. Preliminary ar ' rangements have also been made by the general secretary (Mr. C. H. Andersen) for the opening of a branch at Corowa which will be attached to the Sydney union. * # # A district council of the Political Labor Council has been formed of represent...
WAGES BOARD EMPLOYER FINED A PETTY PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
WAGjES BOARD EMPLOYER ^ -. FINED,, ., . A PETTY PENALTY. The small penalty, of a 10s. fine, with £1 3s. 6d. costs, was imposed on Messrs. Slobom and .'Co.; shirt manufacturers, by the Brunswick bench last week, for un derpaying some, workers. Like punish ment was 'meted out to Messrs. Farmah and Holder, also shirt manufacturers, for a- similar offence; The Slobom case was an aggravated one; inasmuch as the head of the firm was a. member of the wages, board. Counsel for the prosecution stated that Slobom had tried to secure pecuniary benefit by having portion of the work -done in his factory / and letting the bal ance out at a reduced rate. . He had de clined to furnish a list of his outside workers. The excuse of Slobom — -a mem ber of the wages board! — was that he thought he was entitled to made a de duction in pas'- owing to having part of the work done at his factory.
WAGES BOARDS. AWARDS REFERRED BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
^ .WAGES BOARDS. 1 ? AWARDS REFERRED BACK. K Applications for the remission from the ?Court of Industrial Appeal to the wages ?boards of determinations in force in order ?that- amendments :? may be secured, have ?been granted * ,the -Operative Bakers' ?Union, the, Artificial Manure Trade ?Union, and the Soap, Candle, Starch, and ?Candle Trade Union in -respect to the ?manufacture of starch. m V--' APPOINTMENTS. ? The following appointments have been ?Me:— w ' , - : ? ^ - Chairmen. ? Plate Glass Board. — Mr. Harold Morri ?fon, PM. . . - ft Woodvi orkers' Board. — Mr. C. A. C. ?Ciessnell, P.M. ~ ' ' ' ? Confectioners' Board. — Rev. ? E. S. Bughes, BA. ' ' Faineis' Boaid— Mr. David Bell. Underclothing Board.— ^Mr. ? J. Sadleir. Cvclc Tiade Board.— Mr. Harold Mor Ison, P.M. Members of Boards. ? Breweis' Board— Mr. R. B. Brinkley ^inplojei), Mce Mr. J. C. E. Farmer, ?estened C\cle Tiade Board. — Mr. E. Earles (em 'loyee), Mce Mr. B. Pollard, resigned. Leather Goods Board.— Mr. J. Harts -...
THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") TIPS FOR RANDWICK. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
[?] ? *- — (BY 'THE PUNTER.') TIPS FOR RANDWICK. li ' Hurdle Race. | . Grateful ? ? ? ''''^ I \: Hoanga ? ? ?? *?? p Kielder ? i ? Tramway Handicap. Desert Hose ................. 1 Irishman ? ? ? ? ?-? ? ? ? ? ? ?'? ? * . I Fortlus ? ;..^. 3 I Chelmsford Stakes. I prince Fotte ...... ? ?? ? ? 1 I Maltine ? 2 I Lager ? 3 | Novice Handicap. ?i True Spec .... ? 1 pi . Cucini ? ,2 |i Nangar ? ??????? 3 ?-.- i Spring Handicap. I Britain ? 1 I Blue Gem ? ? ? ? ? ?'?;? 2 ,- Didus ? ???? ? 3 Welter Handicap. . Fortius ? ..-? ? ? ? ? ? ?'? r ? ?'.? ? ; ? * ' Chauvelin ? ......... . ;.. ? ? ? 2 ; Moorilla ? ? ? ? 3 ^__ ? a ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
VICTORIA PARK RAGING CLUB ZETLAND. NEXT MEETING : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1910. ? Entries close THURSDAY, SEPT. 15. First Race, 2.15 p.m. H. COBCROFT, Sec, V.P.R.CL 20 and 21 Imperial Arcade. 'Phone 554 Central. ASSOCIATED RAGING CLUBS. ASCOT : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. ROSEBERY : WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14. J- UNDERBILL, Soa. ? 11' Elizabeth' St. ''Phone 2082. A Machine yo^a wotald never Regret B itying ! It's very .seldom that such value as is put ^ our ^press Model can be secured for £S/I0/-. the price we usk for this grand C-cle. The frame is the latest design, built of best weldless. steel, the wheels are 'G or \VincheVfn diameter, and have genuine Westwood Rims, while the chain is twin roller with a breaking strain of 13cwt. oqrs. Call and see one, or send for Catalogue. BENNETT &* BARKELL, Largest Cycle Building House in the State, ' I ~ ? ' ? —^=J\ I IF YOU . . li ? QKND ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. ! GUARANTEE THE BEST I 1 I MARKET PRICE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON LICENSED | 1 ?...
WORK AND WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
WORK AND WAGES. On Saturday, the Federal Arbitration Court Registrar granted registration to the Federated -Woollen Mills Operatives' Union of Australia. - ? ? . #?' * « ? A branch of the Trolly, Draymen, and Carters' Union has been formed at Tarn worth. Mr. R, Deegan has been elected president and Mr. A. Lefoe secretary. w * w Mr. E. Riley, M.P., last week received a letter from 'the Postmaster-General stating that the department -would not,' in view of the nature of the work, feel warranted in increasing the salaries of sorters by annual increments up to £ 156. At a meeting of the Milk and Ice Car ters' Union last week.^Mr. J.- Livingstone was elected -president, and -Mr.- -E. Raw don vice-president. The union's annual picnic was. fixed to be' held at Correy's Gardens on the 21st inst. . ?*.-*-?« Last week, in Sydney, .'the Industrial Registrar fined Edwin ^S.utton , 10s. for working as a boot operator ab a wage less than the, minimum- rate fixed- by the award. Sutton. accepted 25...
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES jj ALBURY— B. C. Loya. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. ALLOWRIE—C. W. Craig. AN NAN DALE— G. M. Davidson, ARMIDALE— F. H. Bryant. ASHBURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. ASHFIELD— W. B. Prendergast. 3ALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. BEG A— F. E. Riley. BELMORE — P. J. Minahan, M.L.A. v f BELUBULA— C. J. Danahey. BINGARA— G. R. W. McDonald. 3LAYNEY— G. S. Beeby, M.L.A, BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. BROKEN HILL— J.H. Cann, M.L.A. 3URWOOD— Thomas Tytherleigh. BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A CAM DEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertsgnf M.L.A. CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Trefle. M.L.A. CLARENCE— W. Cahill. CLYDE— W. H. Tomkins. COBAR— D. Macdonell, M.L.A. COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L«A^ COROWA— J. Grant. ;; DARLING HARBOR— J. P. Cochran, M.L.A. ' DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan, M.L.A. DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. j DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A. M DURHAM— A. Elkin. d GLEBE, THE— Thomas Keegan. ?' .-;'?! GLOUCE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
j 1 /T^HE first essential to good health is sound digestion. If, how- IE 1 I oV-r your food does not digest and assimilate, it only causes | | i pain and sickness, creating heartburn and Flatulency pal- g g \M pitation, sour stomach, and inevitably causes constipation.headache | § I g and nervousness. | f ? 'I Nourishment is as necessary to the human system as fuel is to g | 'I the steam engine, and failure to obtain proper nourishment into the | fc I 'system must still further weaken the digestive organs, impoverish | p -I the blood and finally reduce your body to a walking skeleton, and | g :I your indigestion becomes as a millstone around your neck. I | I -'I Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are not simply a purgative | f. ?'?I medicine which forces the food out of the body. They supply the | I essential 'properties which are temporarily lacking in the stomach E i ' through weakness. They assist the digestion and assimilation, and 5 1 so restore the functions of the digestive organs ...
IS YOUR NAME ON THE ROLL? IF NOT, GET IT PUT ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
18 YOJB NAME OH THE ROLL? IF NOT, GET IT PUT ON. Claims to enrolment and applications to transfer a name from ons polling place within a division to another polling place within the same division (ebctorate), or from one electorate roll to another elec torate rcll received before the issue of the writ may be registered after the issue cf the writ, but otherwise no additions shall bo made to the roll after the issue of the 'writ. (Section 31 of th£ Amended Electoral- Act). The Revision Courts have now com pleted their work, and the various elec toral lists ho,ve become electoral rolls. These rolls are now in the printer's hands and will be issued_'as soon as printed. They will be exhibited at police stations and post offices and at electoral regis trars' offices. Copies of the rolls may be purchased from the Government Printer at the following1 rates: — s. d. Full roll for any electorate ? 2 6 Roll for one polling place — One to four pages ? 0 3 Five to eight pages ? 0 6 Nine to twel...
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
I Hl i iuil I 111 IibObIib i Elections definitely fixed for Oct. 14. iMe you on the roll ?^ # «To-day,' says Mr. Holman, 'there is noplace in the State where Labor has not L strong foothold.' . , I % W * I Onlv a few days remain for the enrol ment and transfer of N.S.W. ejectors. If ''desire to exercise the right to vote, & ON THE ROLL AT ONCE. i * w * I Fe«an who is opposing Labor Leader I MeGowen for Redferri, was once a Labor meirber but ra— ahem, changed his views. I He still claims to be a Labor man ' be cause he is a free citizen without a hledge-' * ? #! I Teachers, who were entrusted with the I education of the rising generation, were I paid so scantily that they, found it hard to keep body and soul together, and yet '(saiS Mr. Holman) the Premier boasted of his surplus. . ' . _ * #-._;# ' . More misrepresentation: — Fegan at Redfern charged Mr. McGowen with deli berately attempting to wreck the Railway Employees' Superannuation Bill. Consi dering that McGowen :voted...
BALGOWAN AND BLAIRGOUR. SHOW THEIR TRUE FORM AT CAULFIELD. Cup Candidates Out.—Eyeglass Beats Comedy King. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
BALGOWAN AND BLAIRGOUR. I i SHOW THEIR TRUE FORM AT 1 j CAULFIELD. i [ Cup Candidates Out.— Eyeglass Beats i I Comedy King. I vWith the near approach of the spring I fixtures tlicre is an increasing amount of I interest toeing taken in the weekly fix I tures, and Saturday's meeting at Caul 1 field was brought prominently into notice B by the fact that a number of candidates i with big engagements ahead were down m for a run. The most impressive feature M of the meeting, in more senses than one, ms the form shown by the stable mates [ Balgowan ana Blairgqur. , Balgowan .was saddled up for the Doona Trial, of six i furlongs, and for which a large field started, McCulloch being, favorite at 7 to 2, Balgowan was backed from 10 to '1 down to 5 to 1, and Kingling was- at. !\i''to -1. On form there was 'nothing, to,; | justify this support to Balgowan. In a Maiden Plate at Moonee Valley recently Balgowan ran like an- old crock, and was I one of the last to finish. His form in the Crimea Tr...
A.J.C. GENERAL ENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
A.J.C. GENERAL ENTRY. The rich prizes provided by the A.J.C. for their spring meeting met with a good response from owners on Monday, when a total of 800 entries were recorded for the minor events. - The weight-for-age events have filled well, and include such good performers as Prince Foote, Son of the Marsh, Golden Slipper, and Patronr atus, who will measure strides with the Victorian cracks, Alawa, Trafalgar, Comedy King, Lord Nolan, Pendil, Blair gour, Golden Point, and Bobadea; while New Zealand is represented in that division lay Master Soult, Artillerie, Cru cinella, Gold Lace, Equitas, and Sunburnt. The first acceptance for the Derby is unusually, large, and the good results of the club's liberal endowment of this race is at once apparent. Thirty-six have been left in, but several have evi dently been overlooked. Victoria has Blairgour, Golden Point, Bobadea, Danaus, and Indiscreet among the first acceptors; Haliastur represents South Australia, and Sunburnt New Zealand; whi...
AT WARWICK FARM. Spring Candidates Carry Silk.—Lemon-wood Scores Again.—Son of the Marsh Improves Suddenly.—Flaxen Secures Spring Handicap.—Aborigine Cuts up Badly.—Nuwara Eliya a Good Little Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
AT WARWICK FARM. Spring Candidates Carry Silk.— Lemon - wood Scores Again.— Son of the Marsh Improves Suddenly. — Flaxen Secures Spring Handicap. — Aborigine Cuts up Badly. — Nuwara Eliya a Good Little Horse. There was a very good crowd at. the 'Farm' on Saturday, although a meeting was also held at Victoria Park, but the immense number of people who patronise racing now can easily make two meetings payable to the clubs. The sport was first rate, and decidedly flattering to the han dicappers. Proceedings commenced with a Hurdle Race, eight starting, and Lemonwood was immediately installed favorite, going out at 6 to 4; Yellow Aster was 5 to 1, and Manitoba and Metallist 7 to 1 each, but no one seemed to fancy No Trumps. Yel low Aster fell at the second jump, and No Trumps led for half a mile, eventually falling. Johnson was leading at the last hurdle, but Lemonwood finished fast, and just beat the outsider home, while Host was a close third, and will do a lot better very shortly. A ...
A LABOR DAILY FOR THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
A LABOR DAILY FOR THE ELEGTBOHS. ? a -? ? . - W 'The Worker' Trustees have pleasure in announcing that, at the request of I'lPLl and the principal Trade Unions, they have decided to issue a daily! ? rtical bulletin during the State Elections. The paper will be called If 'THE VANGUARD,' id will be obtainable at all the News Agencies and at the principal Bookstalls. ' |Price_One Penny. . I League and Union and Committee Secretaries in the Metropolitan area are ? requested to place themselves in communication with Mr. Lamond as early as ? possible. , ?
A MEMBER SEEN TO FALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
A MEMBER SEEN TO FALL. In the Legislative Assembly, near the end nfthP session, a member was seen to fall ton tie floor of the Chamber. A few wonds before, he had been talking animatedly wn the ear of another member. He man im) to regain his feet, and insinuated that pad been cast down by some muscular orce as lie inquired of Mr. Speaker, 'Is Mi «ort of thing allowed?' Mr Speaker, who obviously did not want ?to see too much, replied that he had seen ? he 'hon 'member on the floor, but was not Rare how liegot there.-Politlcal News Item: M The .wade Government shoved through a ?Second Ballot Bill at the last, moment.— ? si* supporters of the Wade Government Have decided not to contest their seats again. ?-Ditto. ' ' t ' . W HAT is. this? A' sign of warning, ... and a. symbol of disaster? - BWade is' cursing, Wood is angry, Twa'ddell I shakes like lath-and-'plaster — '„ ?Can it- be these brave Deformers fear to ? face\their final Master? ? Hope is dwindling cheap and-' small; Where are...
THAT INCREASED VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910
THAT INCREASED VALUE. ¥ N the mass of dreary reiteration * which has been called a policy speech, Mr. Wade got ' off this brilliant gem: — ? Referring to the Barren. Jack scheme, Mr. Wade said that when they decided to carry the work into effect they did not want the: land and money to be spent on the resumptions to lie idle. - They gave the landholders warning of. the resumptions that would follow. It would be three or four years before these areas would be watered. Hearing that trafficking' was going on in con nection with this land, the Government had taken the necessary steps in Par liament, so that the increased value of the land would be maintained for' the people of the State. (Cheers.) Some of the Government's opponents had suggested that the Government was in collusion with some of the landholders - in that area, whereby the increased values would ' go ' to these men. He would like to state publicly that that calumny was' forever stifled, and that no increased values ?? wou...