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

GOUNTRY DIRECTORY. AW.U. AGENTS and ORGANIZERS can . earn money by canvassing for advertise ments for tin's column. For P^t'culai s. write WORKER MANAGER, 129 BATl-IURSl STREET, SYDNEY. ? ? NEW S0UTH WHLES. adaminaby. ? ? . . T ST rXiTFAN HOT EI , . Best Accom. Only Union House in Town. George v\ est. ALBURY. A' T~- iTLOEY^S SALUTATION HOTEL Visitors will find JSvery _Comfor.t. ? CLUB 'HOTEL, DANIEL, CARMODY, ?Proprietor. Best Accommodation. T E. PERCY, Men's Mercer, Clothier, Hatter. ? t) . Tailoring on Premises. Fit Guaranteed. TON E ' S~~ COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Kiewa St. Workers' House, yniqmsts welcome T JHONSTON,' Federal Hotel. Best Accom. . Members & Travelling Public. Free Stblg. nPHOP. RYAN'. MARKET HOTEL. Albury. - X ' Best Wines. Spirits, and Ales. ARIAH PARK. . e TEW ART it HUTHWAITE for Drapery. Boots. Groceries, and Ironmongery., _ ? ARMIDALE. ? A FACT AVORTH KNOWING. RAMSAY'S ROYAL Can't B Beat. ? ? ,1' McDONALD. 'Tailor, Beardy St., Arrni dale. No_ puff needed, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

f STUDY AT HOME _ IN COMFORT EDUCATION BY POST^ WE COACH BY POST for Public Servieg.Univgraitr. SMrc/w and Municipal Clerks, Accountancy and all other Public Esa:r..OVE TEACH BY POST all general Educational : Subject*, 0 Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Corretpondence, Arithmetic', ComitJercial | 1 Law; Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Comtruclion, ? | Our Sytleraj are unique and are not araJlable to any other so-ctjlej Corretpondence School. H 1 STOTT & HOARE'S . BUSINESS COLLEGE, I I MOORE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Govt. Saving* Bank). J PERSONAL Twelve words. Sixpence; each addiUonal twelve Words or under. Sixpence. Cash with order. Booking fee. 1/- extra. COPIES OF WILLS, Title Deeds, Defcch Cer tificates, etc.. obtained here or abroad. - Missing, Friends traced. Competent De tectives and private information supplied. . Sydnev Detective Hn* aau. 41 Elizabeth-st; Res. by Gov. W. B Pr«ndergast, Manager ALLEN. — Will ,T....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE CORRECTIVE PROPERTIES OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Many people have no hesitation in tak ing a dozen bottles of medicine in liquid form prescribed by a doctor, but view with alarm the suggestion to take a course of pills. /This; misap ? prehension; is -no doubt slOW due to the impression Il that .pill's 'are merely purgatiyes, which may in? f I - be correct in some instances. Dr. Morse's ' | _p Indian Root Pills, however, are not %kO RSf j? Htl merely purgatiyes, act ! * ** tiff ing upon the bowels DIQECTIONS Eg only, but contain more »w. Kg important properties, cwuwn kiuLF ».» fjgg which correct all dis Pnx lueeeree . BHH _ A .* k sw«rrr«.*.TT. orders of the Blood, Stomach, Liver, and lunuunnrvr KS Kidneys, evidence of InUIAriKUUI |a which is not wanting. PillS W Thousands of testi ? - . ' monials sent us vol ^KBBaBSMOBmr untarily and gratuit ously from all parts of Australia verify our statements of what Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills- will do and are doing every day. You...

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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

GABLE NEWS. The widow of King Edward VII. says she prefers to be called Queen Alexandra, nstead of the Queen Mother. Federation of1 Cotton Spinners treatena a general strike in October because of discontent among cardroom workers. J. C. Smuts, of- the South African Cabinet, says that the dual language sys tem in the schools is proving a failure. Bilboa (Spain) miners have returned to , . work after securing a reduction of half an-hour in the working day. The total deaths from the present cholera outbreak in Russia, which is still raging, is 77,465. For furious motor driving, Viscount .???;.?? Torrington was fined £30 and costs and had his license withdrawn for six months at Maidenhead, England: South Wales coal-owners estimate the increase in the cost of production owing to the introduction of the eight-hour sys tem at Is. 8d. per ton. Mr. Loraine biplaned from Wales to Ireland, .but,' owing to his engine stopping he descended into the' sea. Loraine swam 60 yards to land. Turkey is ...

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SUNDRY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SUNDRY SPORTS. America will not contest the Davis Cup this year. Battling Nelson is anxious to come to Australia. . N.S.W. liafi beaten Tasmania and S.A. at baseball.- - _ . A match! between Burns and Kaufmann is on the cards. Roberts has again given Liridruni a big start arid a drubbing. Swimmer Beaurepaire has been invited to visit South Africa. Playing against Warwickshire recently Hirst scored 103 and; 88. At Brisbane ' Ginger ' Scanlon stopped Mark Higgins in 16 rounds. In the Interstate baseball carnival, the rubber was won by Victoria., Stanley Ketehefl denies the charge that His 'fight with Johnson was a fake.. The Melbourne football team easily beat a Southern Tasmanian combination. j John L. Sullivan predicts a great fight between Tommy Burns and Langford. M. P. Adams, the well known Victorian athlete, now condemns Marathon races. The open golf championship of New Zealand has been won by Arthur Duncan. Sirs. Tommy Burns has given birth to a daughter, who is to be named ' S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

- TO CORRESPONDENTS. C.S.X. writes about superfluous hairs. If electrolysis is not possible the only other sure thing is pulling the hairs out by the root. Pull just one or two at a time over a considerable period. It is too painful to pull many, and the skin may inflame. In any case, wash the skin before .and after with warm borax water— a teaspoonful to the pint. . # # # Mrs. E. S. Peters (N.S.W.), who sug gested a correspondence exchange of wo men readers of The Worker, writes to say that she has has written to someone in Manchester (Eng.) and- in Chicago (U.S.A.), and has 'suggested to the per sons to whom she has written that they collect the names and addresses of other women and exchange with them..' (This would mean that one Australian letter would go a whole round and serve a num ber of people. The same , could be done here.) The replies . Mrs. Pete'rs gets she will send on to ' any person who would Tiiro o pnri'PKnnnrlpnt. She also intends to send her own and her husband's...

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THE TELEPHONE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE TELEPHONE GIRL. A telephone girl atta.ched to the 'Cen-' tral' exchange recently gave, some details 3f her work (according to a writer, quoted by the 'Leader.') . . 'It is a nerve-racking, worrying life,' she said. 'It is not the hard' work or long hours, but trie terrible monotony, of it all. 'You see girls after a few hours of it naie-faced and ? elassy-'eyeft — every nerve on strain. Fancy sitting all day long, as we do, with a metal head-piece press ing over both ears, and saying .politely, ' Nuhibfei', pleased a thousand times in succession. ? ' . j 'The buzz of the receivers and the lights — red, green, and opal— which flash up and dpwri every ?instant, before our eyes, a, re torturing at the -end' of a trying day. 'We have to remember 23 varieties of colors, a,nd combinations of color's in' the, plated insulated covers of. the wires, aiid it; is most, worrying and confusing. 'During wet weather we have another worry. We have to keep the metal head-, piece screwed more tig...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

WOMEN IN INDIA. In the 'Nineteenth Century and After,' ! is an article on the women of India, by one of their own people, Mr. Saint Nihal Singh. He speaks of the horrible 'position of slav ery in which child miarriage places tlie women of India. For. the Hindus, who form one. of the great sects of India, there is no divorce; -marriage continues till one of the pair dies. And this is bnly partial j truth, for^ while the man tired of his first wife may take a -second, tlie first is still bound to him, and him alone. 'The Sub merged Half of India,' the writer calls his article. As showing how the East can think and write when educated to our standards, the following is quoted of the marriage question : — 'The child grown to maturity may learn to. love some other man or woman; but the tie that . united the twain before either knew, his of her own mind and without their consent, can never be dissolved. The man may, if lie so wills, marry a second wife and live in a' state, of polygamy, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE BAIRNS. EVERLASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. EVERLASTINGS. (Written for the Bairns. Sitting in the meadows ? .^Neath a summer sky; Daisies all around me — Flowers that never die — ? Everlasting daisies (So the children say), Emblem of eternity, Blessings come to stay. . May our lives, as theirs do, Cheer another's path; Leaving through life's meadows Happy aftermath. May our peace, like theirs, too, Everlasting be, ' Far beyond these meadows, Through eternity. Everlasting daisies, . Flowers ? that never die, Sadly do I leave thee, Whispering 'Good-bye.' MABEL INNES.||

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REGISTRY OFFICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

REGISTRY OFFICE CHARGES. I will be glad to receive the authorized charges of registry offices from the dif ferent States, if those knowing them will kindly send them. Many girls have no idea there are fixed charges, and may not 'wait for change' when they should. The 'Leader' gives the following for Victoria: — 'For engagements of single servants, actually made, where the weekly wage does not exceed 5s., a fee of Is. 6d.; not exceeding 8s., a fee of 2s.; not ex ceeding lis., a fee of 2s. 6d.; not exceed ing 14s., a fee of 3s.; not exceeding 17s., a fee of 3s. 6d.; not exceeding 20s., a fee of 4s.; not exceeding 25s., a fee of 5s.;' not exceeding 30s., a fee of 6s.; not ex ceeding 35s., a fee of 6s. 6d.; exceeding 35s., a fee of 7s. For married couples, where the yearly rate does not exceed £50, a rate of 6s.; exceeding £50, a fee of 7s. These, .are maximum fees, and are payable both by servant and employer. For country engagements, that is, 30 miles away fi'om licence holder's offic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

CALENDAR SUN. MOON. SEPTEMBER — Rises. Sets. Rises, Sets. II. M. H.M. p.m. a.m. 15 Thursday . . 6 24 6 8 1 38 8 E9 16 Friday . . 6 22 6 9 2 45 4 45 17 Saturday .. 6 21 6 10 3 55 6 23 18 Sunday .. 6 19 6 11 6 7 6 65 19 Monday .. 6 18 6 11 6 18 6 25 20 Tuesday .. 6 16 6 12 7 31 6 54 21 Wednesday 6 15 6 13 8 44 7 22 These times are for Melbourne. .Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 26 minutes later. PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 4th at 4.6 a.m.; First Quar ter, 12th at 6.11 a.m.; Full Moon, 19th at 2.52 p.m.; Last Quarter, 26th at 6.54 a.m.

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THE FEEBLE-MINDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE FEEBLE-MINDED. Mr. Bramwell Booth, writing oh the subject, says:— 'EnganiusJ! says that what we most need ' is to check the production of the feeble-minded. Ex actly! And in order to do that we must get control of them. It- is one of the most distressing facts of. the situation that the present lack 'of control is largely res -ponsible , for .the lamentable increase in their number.. We ? have lately 'liad under: ,t he ; o ve i;a i gh trof one of our. departments a feeble-minded : girl of 22, who had previ ously 'given 'birth to five illegitimate children, and an unmarried woman- of 40,; who.-, - has. had-! 12 Children, eight, of --wh,om :ar'e 'alive. ???SF-Z..- ?' : -. : . (Mr. , Plo.wdgn might find food for thought, in', these cases.'. Mose of us- know similar ones some time or other , in our lives..) . Mrs. Hame Pinsent, writing in trie' 'Nineteenth Century .and ^.fter,' says: 'VS[e want to prevent, the birth, .of such people- (the' feeble-rtiinded) / and . con-: tinuous segr...

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THE LABOR DAILY. UNIONS WARMLY WELCOMING THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY. UNIONS WARMLY WELCOMING THE SCHEME. On Monday, September 5, Mr. J. C. Watson, one of the provisional directors of 'Labor Papers Limited,' visited New castle, and by invitation addressed, a meeting of the Miners' Delegate Board. The scheme was fully explained, and a number of questions satisfactorily an swered-. The delegates generally ex pressed themselves favorable to the scheme, and promised to do everything possible to ensure that- the Colliery Em ployees' Federation would render prac tical support. Arrangements are being made for Mr. Watson to address the various miners' lodges in the Newcastle and Maitland districts after the general election. During his stay in Newcastle, Mr. Wat son also spoke on the same subject .at meetings convened by the Trades and Labor Council, the Butchers' Union, and ui-euicii ui Liie jttanway ana Tramway Association, receiving, a cordial reception on each occasion. He also in terviewed the secretaries of the Coal Trimmers, the Wh^rf ...

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A MAN'S LOGIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

? -▼ ? A MAN'S LOGIC. i1 Sofia ii e 1,1 sPeaking recently at a ne in t imP°rtant Anti-Suffrage meet Me th-°n .°n'- Sa^' amonS other remark - -ecauspn^:~~' They pl'otestecI against it nan w* . consiclered the Bill (for Wo 0 the BrhS w£i-fra'usht ~ith dangei I1 root f Z ? xne Ialiacy very wo* \ the movement was that ight tn t i a w°man had an inherent. ?art ln of the lace thorn ™ ^ °nCe admitted, would 'Kraee tn- roa-3 to universal ««*£L men and Women ? There herent right in the matter; it was a privi lege, and not a right.' Which apparently means that it is light for 'the Lords' to have the privilege but wrong for the com mon man; otherwise, how is the noble Lord to account for some having it and others not without giving his wliole case, away? - He continued (to quote once more from 'The Queen'), saying, 'that the move ment fled in the face of . nature, which had clearly enacted two distinct spheres for men1 and women, and that- those who made the laws should have the physical power...

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PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. IV.—OPINIONS OF LEADERS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. I ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. jy. ? OPINIONS. OF LEADERS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES BAB. By J. D. FITZGERALD (Barrister-at-Law). 'During the last 37 ; years the. Par laments ana Governments v of this i'f Colony, above all the other Parliaments 'j and Governments of the- world, have been distinguished, by their indifference to the cause of law reform. During i I that period countries the most Conser vatlVe — the last to keep step with the march of progress — have, ; nevertheless, in their anxiety to improve the course of justice, torn up Vby. the roots systems. 0f legal procedure;' the 'most antiquated and venerable; while, we, in this free and vigorous young democracy, are con tent to live on, year after, system of ??pFocedure' 1 iff Vur ' SiipreMe ' Courts which was described: years ago by an Attorney- General of » England as one which had grown up. in the Middle Ages, and incapable of being adapted to the requirements of modern times.' — Sir George Rei...

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BIOGRAPH PICTURES AND CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

BIOGRAPH PICTURES AND CHILDREN. There has been' a good deal of discus sion (in Victoria) lately on the question of the propriety, or .otherwise, of certain types of 'biograph pictures being shown to children. Many -are claimed ''to' ; be Wholly, improper by a section of the public, while an equally strong section declares that they are not. As the matter is of ' infer est' ''to~.woTn.en;' , as mothers of boys (and it. is. boys, chiefly, who -are affected), the thing is _worthTc.on- Eidering. I live in a country, town 'where visiting shows are not common. To some I let my boy go; to some I do not. a rule he goes to bioscope or bio grapliip ex hibitions; equally, as a rule, I stay away. Of the 'pictures shown there is no-doubt as to which take trie youthful eye, and set the.yoijthjjul ^tongue. Jtfrikjtygr next day! '?The Pine Forests of'^NorWay 'aiifr* -th& fapor_ Industry,' 'Hat Making in the fhilipplh^s,' ^knd the. Riviera,' or whatever the ' useful ' and 'educative' films a...

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WADE'S POLITICAL FALSE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

WADE'S POLITICAL FALSE TEETH. 'We have every confidence that the Federation will work' out well for this country. I hope all these teething troubles will soon be a thing of the past.'— N.S.W. State Premier Wade at Chatswood, Aug. 30, 1910. New South Wales. — J.D.F.] With the enlarged jurisdiction of the Dis trict Court judges on the civil side, and giving them full jurisdiction in all criminal cases, the Circuit Courts might be abolished, and Supreme Court judges would be able to de vote at least two more months in the year to -the trial of causes; and to the hearing of appeals. 3.— If the process of the Supreme Court were simplified so as to prac tically adopt the District Court , system throughout, the present staff of judges would be able to deal ex peditiously and satisfactorily with a larger amount of work. 4.— If the Courts had more time to con sider their decisions the public would have more confidence in them, we should have fewer appeals, and the public would, not be so afr...

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Our Women's Page ORIGINAL VERSE. REMEMBRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

[?] CONDUCTED BY MARY GiLMORE. ORIGINAL VERSE. REMEMBRANCE. ('Written for The Worker 'Women's Page.) .. ! Sweet-scented pink heath, and whitest, .. With a twilight, of .rose and: grey; Springtime and love-dreams brightest, And a bush-call far away; ? youth, vernal, fresh, and tender, With its lingering sweetness, old, I: . Returns with an old-time splendor / . ,, j. Though the days of its dreams are cold. goft as the dead leaves of autumn I By midnight breezes stirred, ; Lying, somewhere; low and distant,' | Where no man's voice is heard; \ - Sweet as the dew-wet violet^ \ ? Is the call of its voice to me, | . .With th' depth of a true love's friendship, « ' ;And. the song of a sunlit sea. ) Onward through ferii: and bramble ?The same deep waters flowf ! ffhat recall with dreamy sadness - Lost love, with its golden glow; ' . Old friends that have long .since vanished, Bright days tliit will come no more, , 'And hearts that, were true— that loved u?, ?re they passed. .to' the far-off...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MORE WAGES BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. J MORE WAGES BOARDS. 1 JNotice was given in the House of As-t sem'bly last week for the introduction of motions in favor'of the appointment of seventeen new- Wages Boards under, thej Factories Act. The Minister of Industry has under consideration the amendment of the Act with a view to improvements: ? where found necessa/ry, or desirable in the light of experience gained in its! working during the past two years. On'. Thursday, the Chief Inspector of Fac-j. tories (Mr. J. Bannisan') stated that- tW Minister of Industry already had under^ ?consideration a number of suggestions; from employees and employees in con-^ nection with the proposed amendment of the. Act, but as all such suggestions would' necessarily have to be considered to-f geither, finality could not be. reached un^ .til all intending par-ties' had sent in the. suggestions they desired 'to of Iter. For this reason .'the Minister wished it to be' understood'' that any person interested, or any ' associati...

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CAPITALISTS IN NEW GUINEA. REPEATING THE HISTORY OF OTHER LANDS. Ruthless Exploitation of Native Labor Desired. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

CAPITALISTS IN NEW GUINEA.! REPEATING THE HISTORY OF OTHER LANDS. Ruthless Exploitation of Native Labor Desired. Two men largely interested in rubber plantations in Papua are at present in Australia, and have expressed valuable opinions regarding the labor laws of the Australian portion of that island. ' Labor, ' said J. Cox, is the great pro blem that will exercise the mind of planters, in the future. . . . The conditions [ under which tlie natives live will tend to i accentuate the difficulty. The soil is so , i productive of native foods and tropical fruits that it is not really necessary for | the natives to do more work than to cul tivate and tend their private gardens, from which they can obtain all the food they require. . . . They are beginning to understand the value of money, and are not inclined to work for 10s. a month on plantations.' 'Labor,' said W. T. Lee, 'is scarce and difficult to obtain. The plantations re quire thousands of laborers, but cannot 1 get them. The l...

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