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A.J.C. DERBY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

A.J.C. DERBY? EROSPEGTS. , ' * The form shown by Blairgour at Caul field last Saturday has made him favor- I ite for the A.J.C. and Victoria Derbies, t though very little wagering has been f done on those events yet. The Sydney rider, W. H. McLachlan, has had the offer '? to -ride six different, horses,, but has de- ?, eided to steer Bobadea in the Sydney ,- ij! Derby at any rate. The New Zealand colt Sunburnt has arrived in Sydney to be prepared for the Derby, tut he is only a mqderate performer. , j' . ? _▲ ? ? '

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EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN CANDIDATES. One of the disappointments at Warwick Farm last Saturday was the poor showing made by Aborigine in the Randwick Stakes. At no part of the race could he get steam up, but it is quite likely lie is ' in need of a race to sharpen him up, as he looks well to the eye, and is known to be a good horse. On Son of the Marsh's running in the Randwick Stakes he must be given a good chance in the Metropoli tan with only 8.2, as he has run a mile and a quai-tef in 2m. 5^sec. at_.Rand\viek. Penniless, who ran second on Saturday, is not altogether out of the Epsom with. 8.10. Blue Book ran in the Warwick Han dicap, 'but did not act too well; Erie ,? put up a game race with Nuwara EHya, and is in the Metropolitan, with 7st.. Sib. Monobel shaped fairly well in the Spring Handicap, and is coming on. Silver Hampton ran a good second, to La Pistol on Saturclay,.:with:9st. 71b./ and with only 6.12 in the Epsom he might-'haVe a fair chance, as he can riin a good miie. '...

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SON OF THE MARSH AND FLAXEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

son of the marsh and ? flaxen. ??;;! Both these horses won at . Warwick ;.| Farm on Saturday, but the week before j each had been beaten out of a place at . ;j Moorefield in worse company. Son of the ;i Marsh, at Moorefield, was favorite for the ;, St. George Plate, weight-for-age, but -i| failed to even get a place, Ra winning i from Lager and Lady Ruenalf, but on i Saturday he ran away from such horses -.' as Penniless, Aborigine, and StyrSa. \ Aborigine was favorite, out s-on . oi ma Marsh was G to 1, and had Pike on him this time; the week before W. Osborwe .; rode him. Then again, at MoorefiekJ, . Flaxen ran in the Moorefield Handicap and had W. A. Ryan on him, arid started at 7 to 1; but last Saturday Pike rode him, and he was sent out favorite, to win easily from a good field. Probably to smooth the Moorefield form over, Kelso scratched Son of the Marsh and Flaxen for the Epsom Handicap last week,- arid Flaxen for the Metropolitan, but left Son of . the Marsh in the- Metropol...

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BACK TO THE FOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

BACK TO THE FOLD; ? Once more have the ponies and gallo ways been whitewashed by the A.J.C. as well as the'--1 trainers, owners, jockeys, and bookmakers who have taken part at the unregistered meetings. From to-day ;( (September 1), any of the horses that [?, ran at Associated Race Club fixtures can ?; run at registered courses, but they, must not go back to_ 'unregistered' fixtures if over 14.2; if theV do they again incur disqualification, but anything 14.2 or '':?? under can run at pony and horge meetings ;s provided they do not race among horses over that height at ' unregistered ' nieet- : ings. Registered jockeys can ride at ? pony meetings in any race up to the -14.2 class, but boys who ride ponies over that ' height cannot ride at horse . meetings. 1 . ; Bookmakers registered by the A.J.C.- ean bet at both places, but have to be regis- ;; tered by both ' registered ' and ' unregis tered ' clubs. No doubt the pony clubs - : : will be benefited by the new regulations; .;. as t...

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

PROUD'S 20/- TRAVELLING CLOCK I ft jl No Clock to compare wirli ,a||^==23afr' Jt foP the money' ll ,r JMg| In Strong French Gilfc Case, W -^V$f)^. lHH with Bevelled Glass Front, Sides, B^ ^ ^HH Top and Back Hfe %JSeB8i Fifcted in a strong Veivet-iined B'^flF/t *ra' HI! Leather and Leatherette i^^JH Case. A good-looking Clock ; well finished. Made on the watch principle, with cylinder es capement. Keeps accurate time. Very serviceable. W. J, proud, Jewellers aqd Gen? JrfercJ?ants, 187 pi'H S*» ft'«r Xing StJ Sydney. HATTON GARDEN, LONDON. ra ?????????????????????? MB ?? ??an iiam ?«??????????? ^mbm ??ia* ,. 'PHIZ' TYRES. | I. : Owing to the great increase in the price of Rubber, I I ' have been compelled to raise the prices of ' I I ^ 'Phiz' Tandem Covers to - 22/6 each, I * 'T^f Postage, 1/- extra. I Igjfr 'Phiz' Roadster Covers - - 17/6 M 5 JMf^M- Postage, 9d. extra. I i ^2B 'Phiz 'Roadster Covers, Second I : /fiftk Quality ------- w/- ; I I tr^^HEr Pottage, 9d. extra. m I \J^rHl l...

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

CITY DIRECTORY. WHERE TO, TRADE UNIONISTS 7 WHY, TO ANDY FLANAGAN'S BURDEKIN HOTEL, OXFORD ST. To see the Famous Lock of Shamus O'Brien's Cell. And h°ar the latest Political Labor News. QUEEN'S HRMS HOTEL TAYLO.7 SQUARE, Bourke, Oxford, Flinders, and Campbell Sts., DARLINGHURST, SYDNEY. JOE WALSH, I DON'T KEEP ? 1 SELL THE BEST ! Thompson's Family Hotel, GEORGE and GOULBURN STS.. SYDNEY. (Opposite Anthony Hordern's.) WALLY WEEKES, Proprietor Cleanliness, Civility, and Sociability. Excellent Table Kept. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. 'Phone. 1537 City. ? Terms Modera te. FIRST-CLASS BEDROOMS. 'Phone 325 Pad. Mrs. IS. COE, FROST'S HOTEL, 377 DOWLING ST., MOORE PARK. Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Cigars. DON'T FORGET when in Sydney to visit McCABE'S NORTH STAR HOTEL, PITT and LIVERPOOL STREETS. It's stood the test of 70 years. ALL SPIRITS TRUE TO LABEL 'Phone: City 1572. SUFFERERS FR©M RKEUMHTISM should try the great discovery, DR SOUTHAM'S RHEUMATIC PILLS, a Cer tain Remedy for Sciatica...

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LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

LABOR IEAGVE NOTES. 2fEW SOUTH WALES. ADELONG. — At the last meeting of the teajrue, a large committee was formed for the purpose of carrying on organizing work for the coming election. The lion, secretary, Mr. TV'. J. Boston, tendered his resignation, ?which was accepted. 3Jr. A. E. Brown was elected hon. secretary and Mr. 'W. J. Taylor, president. The prospects of securing the Wynyard for Labor at next election look very brfght indeed. — A. E. Brown, Hon. Sec. BOOLIGAL.— At the monthly meeting £5 was voted to the fighting fund. Votes of fhanks to the chairman and Sir. J. Graham, who are both leaving the district, for past services were carried by acclamation. — P. T. Orraond, sec. JINDERA. — The newly-formed league held a dance in the School of Arts Hall, and it %vas a great success. The arrangements were in charge of ilesdames Weldon, Watson, Cor rigan. Sawyer, and Cross, the hon. sees, being Miss Weidon and Mr. L. Sawyer. LE1CHHARDT.— Friday night's meeting was largely attended....

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RAILWAY FATALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

1 :™ ' RAILWAY FATALITIES. The- suburban passenger train from Hornsbj1- to Sydney dashed through a group of school children at a level, crossing on' 'Tuesday, * and' Bertha Watman, - 'an eight-year-old girl, had her skull_ frac tured. Proceeding on its way, the same train knocked down and killed instantly a man named Ernest Wood, who was-one of a . gang working on the line. TMear Eveleigh Station a man got on the line, and only the prompt action of the driver prevented another accident, the buffers of the engine grazing the man's back as he sprang clear. ^

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 8 September 1910

luEWS OF THE WEEK. P Sir Thomas Ewing's mother is dead. 1 Floods are threatening in the Goulburn I'i Yaiiey, V, ¥?' There has been an alarming creep at the p Golden Horseshoe mine, Kalgoorlie. P One person out of 290 in New Zealand I:- is insane. t! a wnaciron of Netherlands warships is ? ^ visiting Australia. . , ' , m New Federal Government offices are to ijW erected in Melbourne. m Tlje Royal Hotel, Pittsworth, Q., has p'teen destroyed by fire. It During a serious fire at Temora, eight P buildings were destroyed. P Mrs. Bailey, an old Bega resident, com Pniltted suicide by hanging. m there are persistent rumors that Lord Pi Iiudiey will shortly retire. § ; Steel rails for the State railways are to ? ^manufactured at Lithgow. ; The body of a newly-vborn male child ??Ras found in a Sydney sewer. ' Premier Murray, of Victoria, regards the financial outlook as sombre. i William Keane, railway shunter, was knocked down and killed by a train near ; IlbrnebusK. i W Gaston Cuznet, one of...

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BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 16th TO 30th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. F.ROM 16th TO 30th SEPTEMBER. Cowl Cowl, Hillston, 30, M, 51,000 Glen Eden, Collarenebri, 5, M, 9000 Clylie, Moree, 5, M, 13,000 Lissington, Engonnia, 16, M, 40,000 Glenmore, Moomair Flat, 6, M, 13,500 Raytoun, Attunga, 15, M, 21,500 Limebon, Boggabilla, 6, M, 13,500 Derra Derra, Bingara, 8, M, 12,000 Hartwood, Nymagee, 6, M, 12,500 Narraw;ay, Coonamble, 10, M, 17,000 Keelenijl, Somerton, 4, M, 8000 Glencoe, Bingara, 5, M, 13,000 Tellerega, Moree, 10, M, 23,000 Mascotte, Narrabri, 10, M, 15,500 j I Hibernia, Warialda. 4, M. 20,000 Deeside, Limbri, 4, M, 4000 Stuartville, Boomi, 8, M, 10,500 Glen Emu, Oxley, 8, M, 6604 Lower Lila, Fords' Bridge, 11, M, 20,000 Cobbadah, Barraba, 8, M, 10,300 Bell's Mountain, 'Barraba, 4, H, 5700 Minargo. Collarenebri, 6; M, 12,000 Nymagee, Nymagee, 11, H, 10,800 - Fair View, Hatfield, 8, H;,7400 Cplstoun, Gunnedah, 6, M, 6000 i Canoon, Hay, 20, M, 33,500 , Howlong, Carrathool, 16, M, 24,500 ! Lily View, Bingara, 4, M, 2000 Westholme, Wa...

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VICTORIA. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

VICTORIA. | FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Hopkin's Hill, Chatsworth, 6, M.. 10.000. , Mount Emu, Chepstow.e,.10, M., 17,000.. ; Wongan, Streatham, 7, M., 14,000. Gorrin,.DobieSi 8, M., 14,000. - ; ' Gala, Lismore, 12, M., 21,000. Narrapumelap, Wic.kcliffe, 17, M., 34,00.0. Leslie Manor, ''Foxhowe, 10, M., 20,000. : ?? Munthain, CasterhtonP_l.S,,,^',/3Pi(r00i ' .? ? Cregg Park, Katu'9ga,-v^]Vt.r'$000. ? South Caramut, Cara.mut, 10, 'M., 27,000. ; Burrumbe^ep,' Maroona, 10, M., 20,000. r Warranooke, Lub^clc, :20, ,M., 32,000. ; Edgarley, Willurah, 'l^, M.;/ .14,000. . De Camei'on. Elmshui'st, 6, M.', i4;,000^ ' ' Yalla-Y-Poora, Buangror, 17, M., 14,000.' Barfold, V., 7, M., 21,000. Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M., 28,000. iBolinda Vale, Lancef ield Junction, 44, M., 65,000. .. . Banongil, Skipton, 12, M., 14,000. , . . Vite Vite, Derrinallum, 13, M.,- 26,000. . r J Dunrobin, Castei'ton, -,.15, -'M.; 22,000. 7 ? Glenfine, Pitfield; 16, M., 22,000. , Titanga,' Lismpre, 10, M., 13,000. » Salt Cre...

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM SEPTEMBER 16 TO 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

VICTORIA -RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. | FROM SEPTEMBER 16 TO 30. j Burrangong, Urana, 18, M., 35,000. Bullenbong, Lockhart, 20, M., 22,000. Woodlands, Wagga, 14, M., 19,000. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Tarcuttaj Tarcutta,. 14, M., 25,000. Benambra, Culcairn, 10, M., 18,000. Table Top, Albury, 26, M., 60,000. Merino Downs, Henty, 20, H., 28,000. Bulgandra, Bulgandra, 18, M., 20,000. Brae Springs, Gerogery, -10, M., 15,000. Mangoplah, Wagga, 10, 1VL, 18,000. Routid; Hill, - Culcairfli 29, M., 40,000. .? Walbundrie, Walbundrie, 36, M., 40,000. Gerogery West, Gerogery, 8, 3 1., 16,000. . boodle Cooma, Henty, 12, M., 22,000. , Willow Park. Albury, 4, M., 16,000, Egan's Creek. Yerong Creek, 12, M., 14,01)0. Roachdale, Q&immion, 8, M„ 16,000. Big Springs, Wagga, 20, M.j 25,000. Book Book, Wagga, 16. M.-, 15,000.' Mountain View, Germanton, 5, Mi, 10,000. FROM OCTOBER 16 TO 30i V rvttjrgama, Woomargama, 16, M., 17,000. Bowna, 4, M., 60.00. . Pullitop. Wagga, 10. M., 8000. ? Woodlands...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. The list hereunder is compiled from Ma' supplied by Reps, for last shearing-, fee is no certainty that they will apply ' urately for this shearing, but will in le great majority be only liable to slight Ration. It is almost impossible to get lates and particulars for this year's tearing to publish in time to be of any alue to members, hence last year's dates re given merely as an approximate guide 0 probabilities. In this list the lines indicate shed, post own, number of shearers, hand or ma liine (H. or M.), and number of sheep. 1 CENTRAL BRANGH. i PROM 14th TO 21 fit SEPTEMBER L'offingrajong, Forbes, 6, M.t 18,000 Ld, Forbes, 12, M., 15..000 . , Ifindong, Forbes, 16- M., 21,000 ? Droubalgie, Forbes, 9, M., 10,000 Carrawobbity, Forbes, 17, M., 40,000 . jjje Grove, Parkes, 4, M., 8000 i'orth Bolaro. Ardlathan, 3, H., 400® Jygoo,' AMlathah, 12, H, 11,000 vsterfield.' Coolamon, 6, M., 6000 I'ara, Haref ield, l'G, M., 30,000 Airfield, .Wagga, 8, M., 11,000 jei'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

Chas. Costello writes: I see you l*avej Walla Walla in your list of sheds. It was cut up for closer settlement two years ago. * # * Tou 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. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH. THE following, who acted as Shed Reps, last season at the undermentioned sheds, are requested to forward at once all A.W.U. tickets unsold and butts and cash of any tickets sold to the A.W.U. Office, Orange: ? J. O'DONOGHUE, Raylands. P. J. FARRELLY, Claverton. JAS. CLIFFORD, Wallin Billa J. R. TRAVERS, Hawtlio-'. H. CONNORS, Naninta. G. SHERRIN, Burnama. . ' A. 'WILLIAMS, Numby. J. WRIGHT, Bee Hive Farm. j Any member knowing the addresses of any of, the above, or any member who may have obtained a ticket from any of the above, is requested to communicate at once with IKE SMITH, Sec. A.W.U., Orange. Trade Unionist Sheep Shears I MOVED AFTER TWELVE YEARS' USE IN ALL THE AU8TRALASIAN ...

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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? J Some members have been lr/Quiring whether it is intended tha? the proposed Labor Daily shall be- based upoa; shares issued to individuals yr whether it shall be Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it wtt) '?-© Union owned and controlled. To give the other Unions a chance to come in it is imperative thai, the eeheme shall be based upon company hues. Com pany law requires that a ceilam number of persons shall join togettier to enable a company to be formed in the flist in stance. To comply with this law it has been decided that a certain number 0! approved persons may comt in as founda tion membei's. The total amount of riash they may pay in only amounts to £100 out of a total of £100,000, and the voting power is based on the money paid in, so that it should be clear they will not have the slightest power to influence the con trol which the Unions, for whom are reserved the £99,900 worth of share,'', will have over the paper. Each fo...

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CONCERNING CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

GGNCERNINO CHARITY. AH paid up for the levy at Boxgrove. Wentworth. There was a concert here in aid of the Wentworth Hospital, and £1V was. collected, which was .very good for a small place. We also had a call from a blind man collecting for the Blind In stitution at North Adelaide, S.A. Both these institutions are well worthy of sup port, especially the latter, and anyone ought to be glad to have the opportunity afforded them of helping to lighten the load of their unfortunate fellow-men who have had the light of day for ever shut out of their Jives. But there are also the Deaf and Dumb Hospitals, the Children's Hospital, and others. Now, there is an old saying that charity begins at home. We have had three of our members in distress, and subscription lists were senf to every shed to collect for them. I think that they should have the first claim on us, yet it is deplorable to see in some sheds how they will give liberally to the list in the hands of the boss, and when it comes to ...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are to continue working under the terms of the present Arbitration award until such time as the claim which is now being made for' an alteration is dealt with by the Court. It is hoped the Court will determine the matter before the sheaving is far ad vn.nnnrl. In any engagements members may en ter into extending over a lengthy period, they should make a condition that any work done after the award of the Court has been given shall be paid for at the rates specified in such award. W. G. SPENCE, President. DONALD MACDONELL. Gen. Sec.

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

ORGANIZERS' REPORTS* Arthur Blakeley, Bourke: Since last re ' porting I have visited Lachlan Downs, IBedpoba. and irchsllaoa. The reports are g'.c-d from all these sheds, and the levy is being paid up splendidly. The mani ' festo re A.W.U.'s power in connection with ~ collection of levy will be the means of ' m-insir.s in the few that try to evade paving. 'We complain of the adminlstra ' tion of the Hut Accommodation Act, and ' when we do get the Act administered, it turns out to he a rotten species of an Act, as 'instance the Dijoe case in last week's Workek. I will work all sheds in the Nymagee and Mount Hope district in the next week or two.' «? * * 'VV. A. C. Norris, Vic.-Riverina: Have j started operations* at Hopetoun. As some of 'your readers will know, this is a very anti-Labor part. Labor-candidate ' TaffeV small vote bears that out. Gener ally the shearing seems to have been post poned here. A small cocky has just had , his sheep cut out in the Lake Corong old j woolshe'd....

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

| i VICTORIA ? RIVERINA BRANCH. Started: Coonfeen^E. Baker;- KeiHucky, ; N. Jenson ; Goonambil,- r :~E., Balme ; Park Vale, D. Mxinro; parooga, M; Cunning tham; Fsrnbaiik.-'R Griffin; Gillenbah, F. | gullivan; Bore©.* Creole, -A.» Aigus, Bell |yue B. Graham; Gunbower, W. Mansell; # South Berry Jerry, A, Dean, shed hands; L^ichmore, W.y,B. Crawford; Yarraync, : -A Taylor; Gulpha Creek, G. James.. : Cash received: R. Scott, Mathoura shed I hands,: ticlce.ts £11/10/, . levy £7; R. 7 Cooper, Wandook, tickets ,£26/17/3; G. E. Haygarth, Murray Downs, tickets £23 5/- levy £35'. T- Woods, Wargam, tickets : ;£li/0/, levy- £15;v.. J. Mprgan,- Wangan-. ' eila, tickets £20/7/, levy £19; M. McCor maclc, Willurah, tickets £36/10/3, levy '?'!£ 14/10/, first instalment; W. Reid, Bar : ratta, tickets £1/10/,. levy £1; T. W. Newton, The Yanko,: tickets £32/1/6, -levy |£35; J. A, Brennan, Noorong, tickets £16 15/6,. levy £11/10/; W. P. O'Neill, Zara, ' tickets £22/S/6, levy £4/10/ (first- instal- lmen...

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RURAL WORKERS. THE RUBBISH THAT LIBERALS TALK A Country Comment. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910

RURAL WORKERS. THE RUBBISH THAT LIBERALS TALK ' A Country Comment. . ' The . Tamworth 'News,'- AA-hich id bravely supporting Labor, lias the folloAv^ ing sensible reflections to make1 regarding the Rural Workers' Union: — ? 'Air sorts of rubbish is talked of thet , intentions of the Union, and -ridiculous inferences are made as to the- miserable, condition the poor farmer will be in wheii.. this Juggernaut comes along, and crushes him, . They are told that the farm -. laborers - ?- is going to AA'ork only eight hours a day,. * and is going to demand huge Avages, ancl all this will .happen if Labor gets in aV the. coming elections. Firstly, the move* ^ m'ent has nothing to do Avith State poli* tics. It is a federal move, and the matter, . - will come before the Federal Arbitration - Court. The Rural .Workers' Union haa already applied to be registered under th^ Federal Arbitration Pnnrt- nnrl will ? rri ? .ahead eAren if e\rery State- Labor candidatei is defeated. Nor could Mr. Wade ...

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