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SHEARING AT NAMBROK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
SHEARING AT NAMBR0K. j I Dear. Worker, —Here is the truth about the charges laid against Union shearers not cutting out a flock on Saturday af ternoon at Nambrok, V., last year, ' when there was only\ an hour's work.' It rained through; thej week,, and it was clearly understood from the man over the board that there would' not be any shear ' ing until Monday,- so -four of . the shearers Went home. The' sheen werfi mit in -on the Friday night, and about 12 o'clock on Saturday, ' Mr. Sinback, who was in charge of the Shearing board, - asked- if we would keepr'ota -for;, ten' .jmlnutes -to. out out the : floeto. ,? To. this we* agi-ced, ' but when ' the -. last sheep was caught- it was 25 past 12. | Then, :on Sunday; Mr. ' Widdis' came to J the hut,- carrying a lamb, and said that- ? | if the same rules were in next year- he (Would nave rules of his own, that if the 48-h;ffiirs'- -woi,ki:\vei;e. ''not dorie at- -12- on Saturday they would' have' to go on. till 4 o'clock. Coming back to...
THE CONTROL OF COUNTRY HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
THE CONTROL OF COUNTRY HOSPITALS. Dear Worker, — Having followed with some interest the articles and letters recently appearing in your paper on the above subject, I am anxious,' if possible, to prevent members of the A.W.U. 'frc-m rashly following; * advice^, from persons meaning well, but who have not given the matter proper consideration. Mr. James Muldowney, of BurroAva, recommends a scheme proposed by Mr, B. Jordan, viz.. a levy of 2s. per member yearly; make arrangements with- various hospital com mittees, whereby a, sick member, on ar rival at a hospital, .presenting his Union ticket, would readily gain admission. This scheme would never work; in fact, I do not think it will be given a trial. Does Mr! Muidowney think the sum of 2s. per annum Avould cover the expenses of main taining, providing ' medical skill and medicines, and skilled nursing for every sick, shearer and laborer? I feel certain it would ' not. ' Again, why should a man possessing a Union ticket be entitled ad...
BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
B0URKE BRANCH. Started: — Westella, Morialla, Toreador, ATerry ..Hie. Hie, Pino Hills, Glendon (Gravesend), Moolbong, Dunmore, Myall Plains, 'Huntsgrove;- Emerald Yale, Over flow, 'Willeroo,' .Dunlop, Tanterana, Tal cumbali, Wirrali, Gun5rerwarildi, Brubri, Eurembla, Avondale Hotel, Burburgate, Carbuclcy, Cowl Cowl, Merriba, Yerran bali, Lignum Park, Brigalows, St. An drews, Clonard, Mulga No. 1. Cut Out: — Dumble, Willera, Apsley, Charlton, . Gai:npang, Merribee, ; Colly niongle, Boorandarra, Midkin, Welbon dongali, Oregan, North Abbotsford, Ton :onga,. Mundine, Dunumbral, ? Barnato (Boomi) , . Cash for Tickets and Levies:— W.i G. Quigley, The Rookery, a/c Blakeley, £10 2/3; G. Cooke, ' Organizer, . Menindie, £31. 15/; S. Nightingale, Mount: Murchison, £64/4/; J. Hickey, Mogila, £12/16/6;. F. Hindle, Warraweentt, £2/19/; F. Allen, Cambo Cambo, £15/10/9; F. Hindle, 'per G. Lawrence, Warraweena, 10/; J. Flana gan, Dungaleer, £71/19/; J. McPherson, Alma, £ 39/13/ ; A. Stewart, Dungale...
BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. RECORD OF CRIMINAL NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. RECORD OF CRIMINAL NEGLECT. Dear Worker, — I notice that Mr. Murphy, j the Broken Hill agent for the A'.W.U., in his report published in your issue of Sep tember 1, touched on the question of Broken Hill's alleged water supply, and I am prompted to add my quota of mur murings at the .depths of perfidy appar ently reached by the Wade Government regarding the above question. The Minister for Works, Mr. Lee, paid Broken Hill a visit a little over two years ago, and was then shown the source from whence Broken Hill at 'present obtains its water supply. ?_ He unhesitatingly ex pressed the opinion later that it . was a scandal that such a city as Broken Hill should be entirely dependent on such 3, clay pan for its water. In 1903. the supply entirely gave out,' and for some weeks there was absolutely no water available either for mining purposes or domestic use other than that which was brought from South 1 Australia by train. W:hen you know that the mines alone c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
AN APOLOGY. I Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new BURGON I Combs Glitters I (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool) - we regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. 73 MACOUARIE STREET, SYDNEY. keeper for them, or ^ ^ Apply Direct to the | ^ 8ole Agents: ? Dalgety & Co., Ltd., H Milter's Pt., Sydney. B I PATTERN. ? 1 ~ I HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. I I Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. I I I 1 II ll l! Jl I 1 It SMART SHEARING IS EASY fi I I il A il ll ll il Jl I WHEN YOU USE H Mnfltm Combs I -pMgAMlMfewwB and I ? |HBHD|| Cotters I PRIC^'5d^ EACH. ? 9rjffiF Sole Agents : 1 make. | gent Sydney. 1 'THEY'RE EASILY THE BEST.' g This .4flggfeK. Union ? ? ? C^U K j^|77f i LAB EL- — ? ? ? is tRe Isabel YOU KNOW WHAT IT STANDS FOB. It's on all Printing done at The Worker Office» ?IS IT |N YQP LEAGUE AND UNION. PRINTING?.
WHAT IS SLAVERY? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
WHAT IS SLAVERY ? 'Tis to work, and have such play As just keeps life from day to day In your limbs, as in a cell For the tyrant's use to dwell: So that ye for them are made, Loom, and plow, and sword, and spade: 'With or without your own will, bent - To their defence and nourishment. 1 'Tis to see your children weak With their mothers pine and peak, When the winter winds are bleak— They are dying while I speak. 'Tis to hunger for such diet, As the rich man in his riot Casts to the fat dogs that lie Surfeiting beneath his eye. 'Tis to see the ghost of gold Take from toil a thousand-fold More than e'er its substance could In the tyrannies of old. 'Tis to be a slave in soul, And to hold no strong control Over your own will, but be All that others make of ye. — Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
J. H. YOUNG & CO., LTD., SHEARING CONTRACTORS, 8 SPRING ST., BEG to notify Pastoralists and Shearers that Mr. J. H. YOUNG is no longer con nected with this Company, and Mr. BERNARD HOSKINS has taken over the entire Management. Satisfaction guaranteed to all. Three complete Cooper Shearing Stands and a 2-B.H.P. Fairbanks Morse Engine for -CIOQ. You'll never get a better shearing offer than this. The Cooper stands — as everyone knows — are the most efficient, and give a clean cut with the minimum of trouble. Not even the hardest sheep can prevent the Coopers' giving satisfaction. And, , of course, the engine can be used for many other purposes besides driving shearing machinery. For separators, milking-machines, driving s'aws, etc., you will find it gives a satisfactory service on a low fuel consumption. .Write for fuller details. ^Fj| ^ ^ A «u Engineering %QQDQ/^t Company, 16 YOUNG ST., SYDNEY. I The Man behind the Shear always uses Mat-Virtue, iiiiiiiiii combs IJJ I IHiii CU...
BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
BROKEN HILL Since last reporting, the following amounts have reached this office: — E. J. Aldrldge, Topaiy £32/14/6; C. Peacock, Albermarle, JS 6/19/3; W. E. Kelly, Langa wirra, £28/13/ for certs, and levies on account of sub. lists; W. Drayse!', Bucka low, £1/2/6. Ci^t out: Netley, Cuthero, Boxgrove, Bucklow. . Balaklava. Lanira wirra, Mt. Poolej and .Topar. Started: Burba,. Willottie, Tolarno, Lillydale, Para too, Pit'cairn, and Redan. Some of ? the lads coming in are enquiring if the Hut Act has been abolished. At .Topar the accommodation is stated to be very bad, and the Act seems to have had no effect. The bunks are of galvanized iron, so that the overheated shearer can cool off during the night' whilst lying upon them. The material to. lay, on was dead wool, and a number of old; .dirty bales which were, supposed to have been in use since the station was first . formed.; The dining tables are on ;a ; par with the rest , of the surroundings. They were put up in the days of econo...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
fe TO CORRESPONDENTS. |F., Narromine: Name, please. I * * # ' / : ? jUzzled: The rule on. the, subject is |r. All shed- reps, should immediately Port the start to the 'branch secretary M Rule 91). '' *' * * & McC. Bereen: A's a general rule the I' reports the start; the report in ^ Worker last week was not-, however, jticQ by J; Kelly as rep. | # * # | d ' Battler, Lachlan ? Downs , Members not be breaking the . rules if th'ey |ked under the conditions mentioned, did not in all work more- than 48 during the week. | * * # ! ' Pallamallawa: Application, for yHalization papers should be made to ?fartment of External Affairs, ' Sydney. |p t0 billed in and signed before U '' an-^ returned to the- Department. | ee is required. ? # # ' ^°- Jackson: Glen Vale (W.' Jackson), tUa (J. Cheney and p. r. Robnson), , garooby (A. llcWilliams), Garan I ,r^Ross Bros'). Fremantle; address v lla^61 ' should be sufficient | ordinary purposes. £nc-;Br'',rv!'' ca's.-.-'0 rou on t ... ? E- 1-- G. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
THE WORKER. . ? * ? ? ? - ?4. Business Address: 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney* Printed and published by Hector Lamond, 0 1 ' Naralu,' Springdale Koad, Killara, for and 08 behalf of the Australian 'Workers' Union, in New South Wales, Victoria, and Eouth 'Australia, at ' The Worker ' Office, 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, N.S.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. Within the Commonwealth. Yearly ? 5/ Half- Yearly ? ? 2/6 - Outside the Commonwealth. Year Only in Advance. . N.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. The Two Editions will be posted to the came address at the following rates Year Only in Advance. Within the Commonwealth 7/6 N.Z., 'Papua. Fiji ? ? ? 9/6 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 (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc.) should be addressed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
SEND IN JOUR SLIP. The term covered by Th* Worker Slip# attached to last year's A.W.U. ticket* ha« now expired in many cases; and members ar« reminded that the new slips must be seat in promptly- If there is a black mark in th» margin it indicates that your term ia up and that the new slip should be sent along if you require us to continue sending the paper. The mark will be placed upon two consecu tive copies, after which the paper will noi -be sent unless the current year's Slip hat, been received at the office; please attend to it at once. It may happen that an odd paper may be marked in error; in such caae# members are requested to write immediately to Thb Wobkbr Manager, 129 ' Batburst street, Sydney. A mem ber forwarding » mi* slip should state whe-yr ther his name jjy already on.
CUT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
CUT OUT. Baroma, Warialda, cut out Sept. 8.— P. Williamson, Rep. # ?* * ' Yarrowin, Gii'ilambone, cut out Sept. 5. — S. Maybury, Rep. . , - ' # ♦ * East Glen, Warialda, will cut out Sept. 3. — E. G. McCumstie, Rep. tp * The Rookery, Illawong, will cut out in a few days. — M. G. Quigley, Rep. * . # ? ?. Willimill, Moree, cut out Sept. 6. All renewed and paid levies. — R. Murray. # # Honej'bugle. cut out, and the men have gone to Miowex-a.— C. W. Adams, Rep. . * Lower Quambone, Cai'inda, cut out Sept. 9; Wallangambone stax-ts 12th, 12 shearers. — W. Goodwin. ? * . ? Warcuweena, Bourke, cut out Sept 6. Most of the shearex's and shed hands go to Fort Bourke, starting on the 10th. — G. W. McKenna, Rep. ' i # # . # Hartwood, Jerilderie, will cut out Sept. 9. Sheep vei*y i-ougli, about 1200 per man; 50 shearei's; had a lot of lost time this last two weeks. — A'. Vaughan, Rep. * =» Fareham, Girilambone, has cut out. We were paid £1 7s. 6d. per 100 and shears. ' The boss was of the right sor...
STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
STARTED. Danilo, Mullaley, started Sept. 1; 7 men. f-Chas. Louis. ' ?' * * * Turkey Plain, Jerilderie, starts Sept. 6; two shearers (blades). — J. W. Flynn. . * * « Park Vale, Wycheproof, V., started Sept. 2, with a full board. — Duncan Muriro, Rep. * * * Bundarraga, Bunnan, started Aug. 31; expect to shear 12,000 sheep. — A. Stephens, V i * Rep.' . * * - * Piallaway, Currabubula, started . Sept. 1; about 75,000 for 36 men.— J. R.' Daly, Rep. * * # Carbucky, Boggabilla, started Aug. 24; full boardr 17,000 to 19,000. — Pat Demp sey, Rep. , ? . ' * * - ' V . - * . Emerald Vale, Yetman, started Sept. 1; not less than 16,000 for 5 shearers. — T. Hardy, Rep.- . * * * * Burraway, Narromine, started Sept... 5, with 14 shearers out of 20. ' Expect about 40 men all told. — H. Donnelly, Rep. - - # . » * — Castle Mountain, Upperton's, Walla foadah, started Aug. 28; only 3 machines; about 5000 to put through. — G. Barnett. # * * Roseview^ Moree, started , Sept. 1, 4 shearers and 3 shed hands. E...
CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
CENTRAL BRANCH. Started: Cembpgplpng, Ti-angie, Ingle^ dale, Woodside, Narromine, Cuan, Garoon; Ungarie South, Whitewood, - Miowei'p, Milby, Yarraville, Coan Downs,' Ward's Roqjc, Buri'a Burr a, Cobborra,- Mj'all Park) Carrigan, Wood View, Curraburramaj, Raeburn, Gunningbar, Lake. Cowal,. . The Avenue, Binnia Downs, Clifton,, Naradhan; Moi'eduval Euroka, Dine Dine, Buddali, Wombin, Orange Plains, Myall Plains (New Mollyan), -Emu'1 Park, Goonoo: Goo no, Myall Grove (Cathundi'al), Bloom field,. Lake View,. Yarrawilla, Auburn, Millewa, Moonbi, Bulgandramine, ? Nariali, Burroway, Bective, : Eumaralla, Woodr lands (Narromine), Danilo, Upper Bdomely;, Kaluga, Wallan Billan, Galambine, Oak; wood, Curra, Ooma, Eurimbla, Arden Hall; Mei'rimba, Gletibropk, Oura, Bunnan, Wantabadgery.Miringa. Cut 'roult': ' pplly Breweiii Cpombil, Bando, Colane, .Edgerton, ..Pine Lodge, Honeybugle, Sunny Parle, Park ville, Thullo, Derritong, Buttabone, Wing adee. . Cash for tickets and levies: H. Stephens, Buc...
SHED HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
SHED HOSPITALITY. Dear Worker, — Would you permit m'e space to contradict the unjust report that is going about this part of the country, that shearers and cooks at Wunnamurra, Jerilderie, refuse travellers going through anything to eat. In justice to the shearers and cook at Wunnamurra, I beg leave to say that since the above shed has started shearing there have, been 15 to 20 men 1 ere every night, and all have been made* welcome. Further, any travellers who call Ln future will still be welcome and: will get full and plenty. It is a fact, though, that a couple of men were asked to leave here after living on the shearers for nine days, and vex*y likely they are the ones who spread* the report about. — S. Col quhoun, Rep. . ? ? ??'?????. - . ?. ! , . ~~ '? .. \ Paddington, Cobar, will start shearing about the : end of September, with 10 sheax'ers (machines). The counti'y is looking beautiful 'up this way. Blowflies are 'giving a' lot of ti'ouble with the lambs. — A.T. - ? # #. # i G...
WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
WILCANNIft. - Billilla cut out Sept. 4, some of. the team going to AVeinteriga; both hand sheds. Hep. Nightingale, Mount Murehison, re ports: allVhancls financial, ancl no trouble ; over levies/ So far, from all side's, an an swer is giveiv to the croakers who fore told a slump in the -membership. There are none of them out this way. 'Wein- terisra -start^ Sept.'?. Every week .we are ' getting about haif an inch 'of rain and then fine weather: . result, half time for shearers/ If we could only get' some tank rain it would . set us up for the summei. ' The local ' cricketers; played , the . Culpaulin men twice, and went down to the station ' people on both occasions after a close go. There exists a. good feeling between the locals arid the. men at the sheds nowa days. An old identity passed over, in the ?'. person of Mr. William Allen, of Allendale, at the. age of 78; the father of a large arid highly respected family, one of his sons in-law being Mr. Pike, of this town, an other the...
ADELAIDE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
ADELAIDE BRANCH. : Started: Yarroo, McLeay's Well, Culina,: Paratoo, Cobdogle. v J; _ Cut , out; Calperum. ... ^ . . .. .... Cash received: F. Beasley, £il'/ll;- T. Fleming, -'£40/9/; L. Krahnert, £47/13/; W.. Dunstan, £205/9/4; W. Tobin,;-£6; D. Enrigiit, £6/10/; D. Kearney, ,16/; D. Overall, £1/11/; H. Marshall, 16/; A, : ? Poynton, £2/17/; G. McGregor, £1/12/. Pleased to say that the levy continues to roll in from all shfeds, but we.rare ' I finding* that an odd' man in some of'- the I sheds is not paying up, and an impres- 1 sion some hold is that so long as they take- a- member's ticket they are as good as flie 'man that pays the levy. ' ,Will members kindly note that unless the, levy is paid they are unfinancial in the Union, and the court gives us power to collect same ^ It is the intention . of the execu- ''5: ;tive to take action and prevent ? this: .very small, .minority .riding on the .. shoulders of their mates by not paying their dues.. * , We 'have had a few of the Sch...
LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY IMPORTANT NOTICE. While, so far as the season has gone, nearly the whole of our members have been loyally paying, up their levies for the 'Labor Daily' in their first sheds, there yet have' been instances where some have, refused to do so. The levy was imposed by a huge major ity vote of the members themselves, and it is to be regretted that there is even one member in our midst nreoared to 'violate Union principles by trying to evade pay ment. For the information of such, therefore, we would quote section 68 of the Com-' monwealth Conciliation and Arbitra-' tion . Act of 1904. This is the section:' 'All fines, levies, or dues payable to an organization- by any mem ber thereof under its rules may, in so fai* as they are owing for any period of mem bership subsequent to the registration or proclamation of the organization, be sued for and .recovered in the name of the or ganization in any Court of summary jur isdiction constituted by a Police, Stipen diary, or Sp...
THE TRICKS OF CONTRACTORS [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 September 1910
THE TRICKS OF CONTRACTORS Boxgrove, Wentworth, cut out Sept. 3, after 5 Aveeks' humbugging. This Avas one of Young and Go's, sheds', of 8 sheai*ers.' We were to go on to Henley, to make up !a board of 18 'slieai'ers,' .but we were told that they would not start until we arrived. However, at the out out here the .shearers wei'e called into the office one by one to sign- for Henley shed, and each one was asked to give a £3 guaran tee. Some, 'npt seeing tlie drift of the proceeding, acceded to their wishes, but some of us. objected, and we found out afterwai'ds that Henley had been shearing since the 18th with the rest: of the team, hence the anxiety to get us to sigh, and the motive -for such a big deposit. We are continually meeting with such like deceptipns from contractors, and workers sliould be made aware of ' their ' little tricks.— J. B. Cuxhmings. -