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Bolshevism. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919

Bolshevism. Or the Light that William, Morris Hughes and his Satellites did not see in 1916. About two and a naif years ago the most anxious period in the history of the workers of this country took place. W. M. Hughes, the man who says 'Wales is ever best,' had just arrived back from England, after being fawned and slimed on by the cream of the sriobocracy of his native land, and he was Tnaking flying visits from one centre to another trying to get his finger on the pulse 6t the workers of this country, and to bully those into subjection that were opposed to him. At last, in the Sydney Town ^lall, sur rounded by his social enemies and bis traitorous satellies, he committed himself and said: 'I have seen a light, '.and I am going to follow it.' Then William Arthur Holman came forward, and took up the cry that he also was going to 'follow the light' that William Morris Hughes was following. Then the other satellites, J. C. Watson, Hector Lamond, W. G. Spence, David Hall, James McGowe...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FEW FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919

A FEW FACTS. (By W. U. MACKENZIE, late A.IF., an S| ? . old Labor! .te.) ?? $ I desire' to. 'place before Paddington % electors a. few facts in n.onnectfon with js returned men in this by-election. -J First. I desire to deal with tho state- = men of Lieut. Thomson, that his party ^ does not stand as a 'military party.' I ;! faSL to see that they are anything elee. 1 As for Lieut. Thomson, I might point out ^ that only a few years back 1 stood on the ;'^S platform with him during the late 'Bob' r'jffl Howe's campaign for Dalley, and fippre- ,vjn eiated a fine address delivered by him to '^m an audience at Rozelle during which he 'j« extolled the Union movement, and the S& Socialist cause, picturing hr fine phrases 3J the day when the proletariat would as- «| sume charger of industry and overthrow 3 the capitalist s=ystem. ? ' . . ~M Moreover, he pointed out that i.a the i great strikes in the Oid Country/ in which ^9 h' had taken part, Hie military' were jj| the greatest obst...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Only Jones." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 17 May 1919

'The Only Jones.' ? - - - - - _? ?? i ^ ' A good deal of amusement has been caused In the Paddington by-election by tfie fact thatj the 'Only Jones' is again a candidate. But unfortunately on this occasion 'some of the electors appear to be under a wrong impression as to his identity, and are con fusing him with Alderinan HT'i!.' Jones, ? ? ? ? ' £ *ji the well-known Labor alderman who has J| been doing splendid work in the campaign s against the .flu epidemic. ^ i~ 3 Alderman Jones has therefore asked MS. S* to let the Teople of Paddington know; *4 through the 'Labor^News' that he is itot '-*^ the person of that 'name nominated, A»^ -& that he is strongly supporting the selec?;* -^ ted and endorsed Labor candidate, Aldor^ ?_, ?man L. J. OjSsura . ? - »'* '-?.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Owing to our limited space, and in order to give everyone a fair deal, letters to the Editor must not, except by special ar rangement, exceed half a column (about 400 words). Those in excess of that length will either be rejected or condensed. — Ed. 'L.N.' ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Zealand Team. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

The New Zealand Team. The following 22 Rugby League players' have been chosen to represent New Zea land on the Australian tour: — Backs.— Mitchell, McCarthy, Wand, O. j Davidson, Ifwerson, Matthews, Stewart, Walsh,. Cloke, Wilson, G-. Bradley (capt), and Laing, Forwards. — Rukutai, Hadden, Walters, . WaddelL Somers, Clark, Tancred, Parker, J. Brown, and W. King. j - It has been announced that the tea.ni will leave Auckland' on Tuesday next..

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On a Windy Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

On a Windy Morning. Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so uiikind As daily Tory lies. Thou canst not skit'e so well, Nor tarradiddles tell, ' So wondrous in our eyes. '.' T-hou-blowest, with a laugh, The 'Daily Telegraph' ? ' And the 'S.M. Herald,' too. Their leaves to thee sire mirth. Because' from their first birth They were not true. Blow, blow, thou winter blast! The skies are overcast, . But what care we? Old falsehood's reign is done; To-morrow brings the sun Of Labor victory' - ? ^

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Printed by H. E. Boote, of Jter&a&y- Avenue, Bob© Bay, at 'The Worter' Office, St. Andrew's Place. Sydney, -wiff. published fcy Arthur Rae, or View-street Harrickvil|e, tWt . tbe A.L.P. Htod Office, MacdoneU Houb& Pitt-etwt Sf&ot; : s.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russians in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Russians in Australia. The following is a verbatim copy of a letter sent to a Russian resident in Sydney who' applied to the Acting Prime Minister for permission to return to his own coun try, at his own expense. The original let ter was handed to the editor: ? .??? 'Home and Territories Department; ? ?' 'Spring-street, Melbourne, 'May- -5, 1919. 'Mr. J ? ?? ; . ? ?? Dear Sir, — 'With reference to your letter of April 25, regarding' your desire to ^proceed to Russia, I have to' inform you (1)' that it la regretted that ' permission cannot be granted ypu'to leave the Commonwealth at the present time; (2) a full communica tion to you on this subject will be ad dressed to you as soon as the Department haa reliable information regarding the repatriation of Russians. 'With regard to your application for visa of your passport by the Consul-. General -for Japan, I desire to state that it is not anticipated that you will be able to return to Russia- via Japan. — Yours faithfully, 'ATLEE HUN...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. Second Grade. THE 'MAINS' SURPRISE WIN. EASTS' DEFEAT BY GLEBE. GLEBE AND WESTS LEADING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

FOOTBALL. THE 'WAINS' SURPRISE WtN. ~. EASTS' DEF-EAT BY GLEBE, The second round of the Rugb* . ~m League's premiership was played last M Saturday in very Heavy rain. Despite tkte %s9 fact the games generally were interesting, ? and were attended by large crowds. 4 Glebe's victory over Eastern Suburbs i-y ]' the narrow margin of 13 points to 10, and i Balmain's easy victory over 'Western I Suburbs (final scores were 15 points to* 2), I caused an unexpected alteration hi the . I competition table, which now stands as ~ follows: — Glebe and Balmain, 4 - points; Newtown, Western Suburbs, and Eastern j Suburbs, appoints; South Sydney and Annandale, 1 point; with North Sydney at the bottom of the list. I THE UNLUCKY 'DALES. ! Annandale played a fine game, and with a little more luck might have run out j winners. However, to play a drawn game i with Souths is a creditable performance. They have provided Souths with a big 1 handicap. Glebe will meet the wearers of g the red and green jerse...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Live Subject for Conference. SUGGESTED RESOLUTION FOR CONSIDERATION AS ENDORSED BY THE EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

A Live Subject for Conference. SUGGESTED RESOLUTION -FOR CON SIDERATION AS ENDORSED BY THE EXECUTIVE/ ? That the ordinary Branch 'member- ship in the A.L.P. be increased from two shillings to four shillings per an num, the extra two shillings to be re mitted to 'The Labor News,' for which sum each member shall receive the offi cial organ posted to his home for one. quarter, with the option.;- of continuing the usual subscription for a longer period at the u&ual rates. To meet the new arrangements, A.L.P. tickets would need to be printed with a 'Labor News' butt, to be filled in with the name and address of the member, and. then forwarded to the manager, as is done with 'The Worker' slips on A.W.U. tick ets. The great number of more or less casual members who desire to take an active interest in th*- Labor 'Movement on the approach of an election, and there fore ought to support a Labor paper, would be enabled to do so at the SMALL COST OF AN EXTRA TWO SHILLINGS, j It is hard...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Scraps. 'Fleety' Collins was an absentee from West's three-quarter line. 'Tony' Redmond, the burly black jerseyed- forward, was absent from the 'pig' division. 'Ranji' Joass was in his element in the mud. His diving and slipping on the rain-soaked turf was a good tit-bit. Big Paddy McCue donned a black jersey and played a willing game. 'Pony' Holloway, the 'Main bhilliant half, handled the ball with the dexterity of a professional juggler. It was a hard thing to take a mark. Nearly every player who claimed a mark was tackled or bumped, and dumped on the greasy turf. And the mud -marked faces of the 'pig' divisions bore testimony to ihe willingness of the players to make things lively. Oh, mununa, the mud was 'orful, don'tcherknow! Annandale's centre three-quarter, Peroe Upham, scored a 'stunning' try against the fur-traders. He lately returned from 'Over there.' A pug of some conse quence, he annexed the lightweight boxing championship of the Australian Light Horse before embarking ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electors of Paddington, Remember! WHAT THE HOLMAN GOVERNMENT STANDS FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Electors of Paddingion, Remember ! WHAT THE HOLMAN GOVERNMENT STANDS FOR. -1) Conscription,' military and indus^ trial. (2) Strike-breaking and victimisation (See the infamous Secret Memo.) '(3) Gagging free -speech.' (See the Sedition Bill.) (4) Unemployment and poverty. Re member the sudden closing down of pub lic works. (6) Free trips at the public expense for self and family and Beeby and others. (6) Public favors to political pals. Re meiriber the mysterious wheat silo con tracts. ? - (7) Corrupt appointments in return for political support. Remember Cohen's Jiictgcship. ?'?'? (8) Wilful waste and extravagance starting the city 'railway In the middle of the war against all advice, and leaving hundreds of thousands of capital lying idle bearing heavy interest. (9) The Norton Griffiths scandal — over a quarter of a million paid away for nothing to cancel a rottently bad bargain. (10) More bungling. Half-finished rail ways hung up all over the State, material rotting, and ?earthwo...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RESOURCES OF QUEENSLAND—15. MILLIONS OF ACRES AVAILABLE FOR NEW SETTLERS. MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. THE MINING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

THE RESOURCES OF QUEENSLAND— 15. MILLIONS OF ACRES AVAILABLE FOR NEW SETTLERS. MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. I ?' ' ' * '~i THE MINING INDUSTRY. ,% The mining . industry, is* a very Im portant one in Queensland. Up to the end of 1917 the value of all minerals pro duced in the State $vas £124,070,891. Of this amount the gold secured (19,330,803 fine oz.) was valued at £82,111,979. The following figures show the output and value of minerals, etc., for the year 1917;— ?Gold (179,305 fine oz.) ? £761,639 Silver (241,639 oz.) ? 40,774 Copper (19,002 tons) ? 2,208,232 .Tin (1177 tons) ? , 160,600 Coal (1,048,473 tons) ? 597,360 ' ' Wolfrant (353 tons) ? 58,367 ( Wolfram and Bismuth (131 tons) 21,172 i Molybdenite (111 tons) ? ;. 48,618 Lead (480 tons) ? 14,407 Opals ? 100 Gems ? 14,208 Other Minerals ? 87,500 ^ Total ? £4,012,977 GOLD. / The area of proclaimed gold and min ? -feral fields in 1917 was 49,960,455 acres, - land the number of fields was 134, scat tered all over ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Censorship. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

The Censorship. The censorship is a great and a wonder ful institution, which is the- reason why none but a University professor could run It. Recently a Sydney g^rl sent a picture postcard with a view of Sydney Heads pn it to her boy overseas. This' dangerous document was intercep ted by a vigilant censor and returned to the young lady with a stern and solemn warning that no document containing geo graphical information which might be useful to the enemy must be posted for delivery overseas. This particular card bore the imprint, 'Printed in Germany.'

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

I DISHONEST DEALINGS IN I FOOTWEAR In .tr-6 rfvJdeijce given before the JBopt CommisBloV it W4s shown that' the public was being exploited, a'ftd\tne Commis sioner reported accordingly to the Go vernment, but so far nothing lias been MJNAHAN BROS. BOOT M AN U FACTU RERS AND RETAILERS, gave startling evidence against the sys tems, and were afterwards complimented on their hon«st dealings. The Kirni has two Citjr Sliops, 150 PITT STREET and 301 PITT STREET, where splendid displays of Ladles' and Gent.'s Boots and Shoes may Vie seen. ? The prices are the lowest for all mid dlemen's profHjs are cut out through sell ing direct to customers. For the latest models, workmanship, solid wear, and genuine value go lo MINAHAN BROS. FOR FOOTWEAR. NOTE. All reports and literary matter should be addressed to the Editor, 'The Labor News,' Macdonell House, 321 Pitt-street, Sydney, and business communications and remit tances to The Manager at the same address. All matter intended for publication sho...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. j BOURKE WARD, OITY OF SYDNEY. I PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that an I ELECTION OF ONE ALDERMAN for BOUKKE WARD, in the City of Sydney, to fill a Vacancy caused by the resignation of , Mr. Thomas Herbert Kelly, will be held on j MONDAY, the Second Day of JUNE, 1919, I mil that NOMINATIONS must be made in { writing to the undersigned, at the Town Hall, I Seoi-ffe-street, Sydney, on and after FRIDAY, I the Twenty-third day of MAY, 1919, and jntil noon on WEDNESDAY, the Twenty eighth day of MAY, 1919. It Is further notified that each Nomination Paper for the said Ward must be signed by ; »ot less than TWO Citizens, qualified to vote In the Ward, and that the consent of the pet-son nominated, signed by such person, must accompany the same. The residence of all such parties must also t-e stated on the Nomination Papers. Candidates are particularly required to note that, under the provisions of Section 22 if the Sydney Corporation Ac't, 1902, ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

— ? . ? , ? : ? ???- .m. ? :_: ? ~ - j& . M HEAD OFFICE ' * wHS^S0**'^ ? 6YD8EY. K ? ' ' ? ._ OPEN FOR ALL'CLAS9Efe OF : «& ' . 1 General Banking: Business : I in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain), . I ' also London (2), and A.I. F. Camps in England. : I Savings Bank Department I at all Branches, and SAVINQ8 BANK AQENOIE8 *t 2776 Post Offices I throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain, Solomon Islands, ? and The Pacific ? JAMES KELL, -? DEN I SON MILLER, I ^ ? Deputy Governor 1918 ? Governor ? [FREE! 1 Gold Medall j Milk j I Cookery Book I I On Application to I ] NESTLE'S I I 347 Kent Street, Sydney. j THE MELBA STUDIOS K MABKSVDNSJ?.EET I I ARTISTIC AND HIGH-CLASS PORTRAITURE ' g But — at reasonable prices. I YOU are Invited to call at the Studios to Inspect our work and Judge for yourself. 1 'PHONE, City 627. ? I PAY AS YOU WEAR I I Men can be well dressed In the latest cut and fashion, with the best suitings by I paying for them ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Study in Capital Value. I. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

A Study in Capital Value. 1 t The correct use of terms m discussing :\:,i political economy is very 'necessary. Nc .4g term should ever be used to connote two;.^ different ideas. ..The word Capital, how-?' .j| ever, is frequently used in a loose manner.'_r^| to represent two things which are iia C| themselves distinct from one another. .-« This results in confusion Df thought. ''. ? Capital 'is made to mean both capital ?'?-; and also capital ' value. Now,' all capital : has capital value, but not- all capital value is capital. - ' Capital is all that part of past' labor ; effort which is used in production, such . as machinery, buildings, and so forth. The price of these things 'is their capi- ; ' tal value. If there were no capital va\ue except that represented by these labor- *..'. products, these terms could be used inter- \ changeably without fear of confusion. But here is the point which gives rise. ? to the social question: 'The majority C; of capital value is not derived fro...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUND THE SHOWS MASKS OFF! [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

I loW THE SHOWS I (By JANE SIDDONS.) MASKS OFF! With the lifting of restrictions up went tec lights in all tlie city picture shows ydth. a sudden flare of brilliance! The people did not rush the shows quite so much as the managers would have liked, but many of the big theatres having been 'especially renovated during the. closure, a clean, wholesome smell greeted those' who partook of the first feast. Wise , managers put on old programmes on Sat urday and Friday, opening with new ones for the clear week. Robert Warwick re peated his success in 'The Accidental Hoheymoon' at the Empress, and Mae Marsh continued her interrupted charms in 'The Cinderella Man,' one of Mae's best. The usual effulgency was notice able about the legitimate houses, too, on Saturday night. )* ? ?????? NAZIMOVA AGAIN. No artist from the legitimate stage ever created the furore on the shadow-screen . that Nazimova did when she left playing her Ibsen pieces and starred in 'Revela- tion,' playing opposite her own...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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