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Studies in Un-natural History. HOW THE CONCORD PEOPLE ENTERTAINED THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

s V « : „. 1 '. . - '? - .*-4?~JU; ?? ? t-,---^. ?? : .:'*.'-_ j HOW THE^Wi^fti^^BMiLE-EMA TERTAINED^HE ftiyCMNQH^ GENERAL, . -: Some time ago the great 'G.-G.,' Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, paid a visit to Sydney, and to save him the expense and discomfort of putting up at a pub., he was entertained bj' the people of Concord in the most up-to-date manner. Concord is a suburb which abuts on to the Parramatta River, along which are some very charming residences belonging to quite wealthy persons. However, all the people of Concord are not wealthy; in fact some find It difficult to make ends meet or to buy. any meat. Tel every one of them without exception bore a share of the expense of housing and feeding this great G.-G. on the fat of the land, and did it without a murmur. Of course, the simple reader might imagine that the G.-G- was a very wise man, and by reason of his goodness and wisdom had conferred great benefits upon the people. They would think also that through being so good ...

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

[?] Dear Mother, — How fresh and ?free our little world seems, now the masks have gone, and the people begin to realise that half the recent scare was merely due to the fact that the Ministers of a' Party which, means nothing at all, and, consequently, does nothing at all, were desperately anxious to look as if they were saving the public. What a time those Ministers must have! There is really nothing in the world harder than to be absolutely useless. They must be.al most as disgusted with themselves as the rest of lis are with them. I don't believe women could do just what they are doing —or not doing — and I'm quite sure Labor women would never try. It seems very curious to me, mother, that some of these political men should be so sleepy, and never really open their eyes to what is going on around them. Mr. Holman, at Paddington, seemed to think that the old conscription issue was still popular; and some of the daily papers are so blind and stupid that they actually back him up. J...

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 m -jtr- -'V— -iff™ *??(?§ E»WA*DEAY,Lt-L 9^^ 'The Big Soot Block,' ^^S^jBj^2S0r ' Cr. Pitt and Liverpool 6t8* ~- ''^ J 8YONEY. 1W- Also at: *«

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

t. . -iijrj'.' ^» Dwarf Prli^a and Giant . mmt^^m^' jf *m M Values go hand in hand at --^yg^rjf ME^m F«y'» Four Footwear Stores. 1 ' rfTrSGr EDWARD FAY- Ltd- [ - ^j^^mJwlJp Cr. Pitt and Liverpool Sts., t ^ °^ ^^^^'^ SYDNEY. I . IN Also at: I George-street, Haymarket. I FINE FOOTWEAR SS3STWS5S.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR AND AFTER THE BRITISH "GRAND FLEET." A TERRIBLE EXPOSURE. LORD JELLICOE'S SEARCHLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

TflEWAR. SWAP AFTER iTHE BRITISH 'GRAND FLEET.' A TERRIBLE EXPOSURE LORD JELLICOE'S SEARCHLIGHT. To that enormous mass of readers who are accustomed to accept without ques tion anything and everything which the Capitalistic journals pump into them re garding the ties of Empire and Imperial Defence, the following extracts from Lord Jellicoe's new book will come as a stag gering blow: — \ . From the very beginning of the war \!:_ the public always imagined that the Brit J. *i«h fleet was overwhelmingly euperior to % the German; but Lord Jellicoe himself ? ' was by no means satisfied. ; GERMAN ARMOR SUPERIOR TO ' BRITISH. In May, 1916, he declares, our margin v ol safety was not great enough to allow him to run .unnecessary risks, and there were, besides, faults of material to which he now draws attention. In a censored portion of his despatch after Jutland he bad 'felt it necessary to give some ex planation of the heavy losses incurred by our ships in the early part of the action when...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Searchlights by TRUE THOMAS THE DEATH RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

[?] THE DEATH RATE. I frhe 'flu is gone, ana the world moves on I ^1o the lilt of a happier lay; I $Ve no longer ask, through a thick black [ . mask, [ ? How many have died to-day. JThey fooled us well; but the swift days tell i The truth that they hid away — ? JVhile a man. is sold, in the name of gold, Too many have died to-day! Pot 'flu alone bites flesh and bone, Wliile health and strength 'decay; Jn the Book of Greed you may always read i How many have died to-day. Jo, the close slums pent, for the sake of rent, ' The bandits their victims slay. (fty, mark and note, e'er you cast your vote, \ How many have died that way! ?? - # * * PLET US EAT, DRINK, AND BE MERRY, ]' FOR ? ' ' Referring to the' removal of the Federal capital, a Sydney aaily Says: 'A request ihai also been made to the President of jtlie Millions Club to hold a luncheon at an Early date to put furftier vitality into the movement.' That's right! Get to it! A ifeed is the thing necessary to make the JKiuse vital. ...

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™8 GREAT I 'After Easter' | X [Where the Big Bargains are and Sydney's crowds are 4% X going. No humbug, but a genuine compufsory $ g» slaughter of the whole of our New and Up-to-date -8£ i £ stocks, to close our financial year in July. Every £ 4 » Section of our large store has had the pruning knife ▼ 4 j- applied. Here we show the effect in the Boot section Y A MEN'S BOOT BARGAINS - ' Sale Usual -& Price Selling 4 | GENT.'S GLACE J , BAL., self toecaps, , -Ea- machine sewn, rne JL dium toe ? 16/11 19/11 Y GENT.'S G L iA C B 4'f BAIL., high toe, j V patent cap, fair -8J stitch ? 19/11 23/6 4% GENT.'S GLACE ,' BAL, extended ^- last, patent toe ^K cap, maeliinfl sewn 21/- 28/H Y GENT.'S GLACE A DERBY BAL., high ^ L toe, patent cap, W fair stitch ? 21/- 23/11 4\ GENT.'S PATENT jt GOLOSH BAL., «- dull kid leg, high JL, toe ? 22/6 25/11 Y GENT.'S LATENT A GOLOSH DERBY, J I dull kid leg, high Y toe ? 25/- 28/11 & OBNT.'S LIGHT TAN J I OALP DERSY, me % ► dium toe, fair ^t...

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

Peace. They say that 'Peace' is coming; me thinks 'tis peace in pieces, For war is never o'er when actual slaugh ter ceases. Though cannon's roar be stilled as Arma geddon passes, Unceasingly is .waged the battle of the classes. And never can we hope for Peace Till want and all oppression cease. Can Peace foe consummated whilst mil lions want for bread? And they whd make a nation's wealth are grossly underfed? Whilst Fat assured of plenty Just lolls in luxury, The masses in their hovels know the pangs of poverty. And view the future sick with dread, in vain our countless thousands dead. Can Peace be whilst the profiteers grind . down and oppress? . Take all the sweets and leave us nought but the bitterness. We fought to make existence a little more worth while, And snap the cruel shackles that hold in durance vile. Ana though the battle's roar has ceased Our misery has but increased. So 'twill be until the toiling millions rea lise - The world is tor the taking, would they but seize...

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

[?] SELECTIONS. Randwick. FOURTH DAY,. Roue Handicap. Mucilage ? ' 1 .Kbublai Khan ? - 2 Peat ? 3 Dangar Handicap.* Amazonia ? ? 1 West Molong ................ 2 : Ulva's Isle ? .. 3 Steeplechase. Old Mungindi ...' ? 1 Grey Flyer ? 2 Bfbbenluke ? -.- 3 Second Nursery. Yarraldool ? 1 Raj ? 2 Gunmaker ? 3 A.J.C Plate. Poitrel ? .-.? 1 Kennaquhair ? 2 SDUb ? 3 Final Handicap, Palmitic ? .- 1 Sydney Damsel ? 2 Cash Register ? 3

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR'S BATTLE CRY. "£300 A YEAR, TAX FREE." A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

[?] ' £3W A TEAR, TAX TOffi.' A SUGGESTION. {By C.HX.- . The struggle of Capita) ism to shift the great new burden of : war taxes on to the people will mark a new «ra in fiscal politics. In this struggle Organised Labor must take a hand, for the maintenance of a high standard of public expenditure on socially productive services, and the issue «f the methods of taxation by which the ever-growing public revenue is to be obtained/ are of ??. fundamental importance to democracy. WHO PAYS? A SINGLE ISSUE. i In 'The Labor News' (18/1/'1«) there appeared under the above heading an a» tide by this writer in which it was sug gested that as the question 'Who pays?' would undoubtedly prove the biggest prob lenVcreated by the war, the labor Party should make the method of taxation the single issue at the next-elections. Owing to the enormously increased tax ation which will be necessary to meet the costs of the war and the reconstruction period, it is more imperative than ever that the so-call...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Randwick Results. SATURDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Randwick Results. SATURDAY, MAY 17. I The First Hurdle Race (about 2 miles). ? Lord Nagar, list 61b. (C. Boyd) ? 1 . Gladful, list. 101b. (S. Reid) ? 2 ^Mountwood, 9st (P. Crawford) ? 3 : Won by' 12 lengths; a head between 2nd jind 3rd horses. Winner, 5 to 2. Time, ^trnin. EJSsec. The Autumn Stakes (1£ mile). Poitrel, 9st. (K. Bracken) ? 1 jKennaquhair, 9st. (W. McLachlan) . . . . 2 The Fortune Hunter, 9st. 21b. (M. ? Connell) ? 3 1 Won by 4 lengths; 11 lengths between ,End and 3rd horses. Winner, 5 to 2. /Time, 2min. 42sec. The Dancaster Handicap (,? mile). ,Hein, 6st. 71b. (F. McNamara) ? 1 .Greenstead, 9st. 31b. (M. Connell) .... 2 OKing's Word, 7st. 101b. (A. Orrell).... 3 ( Won by 6 lengths; J a length between ]2nd arid 3rd ^horses. Winner, 16 to 1. ITime/.lmin. 45Jsec. (The A.J.C. Sires' Produce Stakes (7 furs). JMillieme, 8s!. 101b. (1C. Bracken) .... 1 Sweet Rosaleen, 8st. 71b. (G. Meddick) 2 JGolden Desert, 8st. 101b. (D. O'Connor) 3 | A\ron by 2 lengths; a length between 2...

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

The Doncaster. Twenty-three candidates lined up in the mud for the Doncaster run at Rand wick last Saturday. Hem and King's Word, who both drew inside marbles, be gan smartest of the field, and inside half a furJong- Hem had gained a length's ad vantage. King's Word was. almost al ways her nearest pursuer, and others pro minent were Greenstead, Cash Register, and Dick Meagher. At the turn Hem had drawn three lengths clear. Here Palmitic made a brilliant run on the outside, and he was second momentarily just before they swung- into the straight, with King's Word and Greenstead nearest of the others. People expected Hem to stop in the last two furlongs, and good odds were laid against her even two furlongs from home. But instead of tiring- she showed renewed vigor at the distance, and coming right away over the last furlong won by six lengths. Palmitic lost hia place, and Greenstead, finishing better than King's Word, took second place, showing much improvement on his Melbourne form a...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kandos News. WAGES AND THE PRICE OF HORSE FEED. THE RAILWAY GATES. ALLEGED VICTIMISATION OF BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPER. O.B.U. PROPAGANDA SPEECH BY COMRADE MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

--? ; Kandos News. - MVAGES AND THE PRICE OF HORSE It FEED. '-. I. 5; THE RAILWAY GATES. ^wAtUEGED VICTIMISATION OF BOARD H . ING-HOUSE KEEPER. M O.B.U. PROPAGANDA SPEECH BY ? * COMRADE MITCHELL. 1 (From Our Own Correspondent.) | At a recent meeting of the Rylstone I Shire Council an employee applied for a I rise in wages on account of the high price I of horse feed. His request was naturally turned down by the well-fed shire council lors, who have . less . consideration . for working men than they have for horses. ! The applicant was evidently a class ^cohscious worker, with a grim sense of humor, and probably recognised the fact that he had ' a better chance of winning the sympathies of his masters by repre i 6enting his requirements as those of a I horse rather than the necessities of a man. The railway gates, commonly called the [ 'Bed Gates' (this does not stand for Socl I alism, unfortunately), on the' flat near I the Cement Company's works, have' been I closed since the appli...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Labor Party. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Australian Labor Patty. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Macdonell House, 321 Pitt-st., - Sydney, 20/5/19. Letter to Secretaries of A.L.P. Electorate. Branches and Councils whose candi dates for selection have not already been endorsed: — Ladies and -Gentlemen, — -At the last meeting of my Executive consideration of; the -new electorate boundaries under the: proportional system was cUscussed, -and -a; committee was appointed to inquire fully, and report to the Executive on flie Go vernment's proposition. Meantime, however, J was directed to instruct you in the interests -of -economy and the Movement to withheld proceed ings in connection with, -any selection bal lot on the old boundaries. This course was ordered to prevent confusion and to save expense and -disappointment. The Executive, however, is fully seized of -the- importance of .arriving- at a common de cision with the least possible -delay. ( In view of the general uncertainty ofi the intentions of the Government, it would i be wel...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Smash Bolshevism. BLACK TROOPS AND THE BLOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

To Smash Bolshevism. BLACK TROOPS AND THE BLOCKADE. While Australian literary mercenaries are systematically .' manufacturing public opinion hostile to the Rusisan Soviet Go vernment, playing on the passions and emotions of the people as skilfully as an expert pianist upon an instrument, it is in teresting to note how the Allies are pur suing their campaign in Russia. A special correspondent of the London 'Times,' witting from Stockholm, January 10, states that: 'Politically the strength of the Bolshe vik Government tends to grow from week to week, whilst economically the situa tion becomes more and more desperate. Petrograd has been literally starving for weekl; men and women die by hundreds of hunger every day in the streets.' 'Conveniently, this correspondent for gets that in an earlier portion of the article he clearly demonstrates that this is due to . the food blockade deliberately imposed by the Allies: 'With the gradual completion of the ring which is being drawn round Bol s...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Round the Shows. (Continued from Page 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

Round die Shows. (Continued from Page 3.) The bouse was very good on the opening night, and there is every possibility of the play having a long run. Lolita Rob ertson, who wears alluring frocks and smiles bewitchiugly, is already a firm favorite, and old friends like Emma Temple, Pirie Bush and Nellie Wilson all play well in a comedy worth seeing. » * -? WJfiTH BROS. AT THE HIPPODROME. T&e -wet weather did not keep the crowds from the Hippodrome on Satur day night, where a better circus than, usual was in full swing! Bailey's posing animals were a very popular item, and it is to' be hoped the management have re adjusted the curtain that tried to mar some of the lovely jj«wes on the opening night. Belle Onra, on the trapeze, to gether with the Flying Winskills and lies Monforts, caused many a thrill; and Miss Beattie De Alma flying, from a -galloping Jhoree -through a hoop in mid-air made something of a sensation. Dick Cavill's water circus, with its thrills of girls jumping...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 24 May 1919

HOMES FOR THE PEHFtE RICHARD'S ALPHABET OF BARGAINS I Methuselah was a fine old man— he Jived to the ag« of 969 year&? You can'tlnjy a home straight oat, 1-ecaose you're not a capitalist. And you -Mkt afford to wait your -kaacc ©f getttag » ballot i& tike Croveraneat Housing Scheme, because You're not Methuselah. Go for something certain, and get a site to put your house on— then you're on the right road. ? A. LAKEMBA, on tl)e Bankstown Line, 9 miles from the oily, a : district of growing importance, and a delightful place to live in, near Bailway Repairing Shops and Marshalling Yards. ; — We have a fine Building Pro perty, in Blocks 50ft. x 130ft. Selling to-day at £62 each ? 40/ .. 20/ B. GRANVIJJjE, ar very import ant suburb, 13 miles from city, . next to Parratnatta, a very suitable suburb for the worker to live in. There's a good pro perty, 20 minutes' walk from the station, unequalled for mo derate homes. The blocks are level, and ready to build on, each 50ft. ...

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