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

COMMON CAUSE OF ILLNESS. 'For years I was troubled with a se vere form of liver complaint and indi gestion, accompanied by sleeplessness, very bad headaches, lassitude, and great depression. I had also shooting pains in my head and limbs. After trying many remedies without avail, I was advised to try Warner's Safe Cure. The first bottle I took gave me great relief. I continued talcing the medicine for some weeks, when all symptoms of the complaint left me. I am now in good health.' This letter Is from Mr. W. J. 'Wright, of the Seven Stars Hotel, Ballarat East, V., and well describes the effect of Warner's Safe Cure in cases of liver complaint. Warner's Safe Cure Is a remarkable re medy in all (cases of liver and kidney disorders. It is by its specific action on the liver and kidneys that It has such po- j tency in disorders arising from th« re tention in the system of uric and biliary matter, which the liver and kidneys ex tract and remove when they are working efficiently. Amongst ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GRADUATED LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE GRADUATED LAIVD TAX. i : a. A. Dangar, in a letter of protect to the pres., that he should b. exempt f«™ ». f^r.1 Und T«x^ oi account of being a freeho.der against his will, and the prevalence. | 1 r 0f prickly pear in tne neighborhood. [LAND MONOPOLIST : ' Keep your tekx off my land, youog '»n. Don't you see I'm holding | _ _;-j ? it »g»in»t my will!'

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

GO WINGS' I SPECIAL SPRING I ! £3/3/ Sac Suits TC-NIEASURE .... ' jf! \ IB Renowned Foe Eleg&nee in \| j j 9 Style and Excellence in If 1 j J m j j Material, with a Fit and Iff if !1| wrnmlflfM 8 Finish that leave nothing? ^ i 1 I ? j 1 j I ALL ORDERS CARRIAGE PAID. || J GOWIWG BB0S.ffff^ WE ADVANCE MONEY UPON ALL. CLASSES OF SECURITY. Fair Interest and Easy Terms. Bills Discounted. N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE 0. & I. GO., Limited. 74— Castlereagh 8t. — 74. Tel No. 225. Eustace Bennett, Manager. THE PEOPLE'S PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE CO., LTD., 84 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Directors: OTTO BOHRSMANN, Esq., M.B., M.S. F. SPARROW, Esq., F.S.S. Solicitor: W. AHNOTT. Bankers: BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Consulting Actuary: E. M. MOORS, M.A., F.I.A. Auditor: F. FULLWOOD, F.S.A.A. Inspector of Agencies: H. J. VALENTINE. Secretary: F. SPARROW, F.S.S. Accountant: A. O. WJiX'NTON. During: the thirteen years ended August 31, 1909, the Company disbursed in discharge of Its obligations to Members and Po...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

Unity and determination are the watch words of the Inverell P.L.L. Not a dis sentient voice is to be heard, nor can a laggard in the ranks be found. The name of the standard bearer, Harry Colditz, is awakening enthusiasm throughout Gough. The various leagues are double and, in some instances, three times the strength that they were on the occasion of the last election. Mr. Colditz is pushing the cam paign' with grim determination. The track is clear, the order ' Full speed ahead,' and the goal victory. ?Pfi ^ORI.^ °f- 6/ deposit, MU 2/f} Linoljums, 2y- 3z. wide. 3/6 ya. ; Oilcloth, 1/6 ; Wanirobe*. Mirror Door, from £3; Withstands. fi/6: Chests Drawers' 20/ ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William' St Hi A FURNITURE, 10/ deposit, 3/6 weekjy. AlU -5ous,es Furnished Completely. Bed Linea. Blankets, Curtains, Carpets. Agent N S Wales for Wertheim Sewinc Machines ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. OiC FURNITURE, 20/ deposit, 6/ weekly. ?biU Drawing 8nd Dining Room Suites, 200 to select from. Newest Desig...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHANTY ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

A SHANTY ENTERTAINMENT. A new edition of ' A Shanty Entertain ment,' by JG. S. Emerson, has just been published by George Robertson and Co. Ppy. Ltd. A considerable part of the first issue of this book was withdrawn from sale on account of defects in the printing, but sundry copies found their way into the hands of bush readers, and several of the tales-in-verse which are. set in the prose narrative have become popular as recitations. The best of these, and one of the best of Austi'alian ballads, is 'The Lonely Track,' quoted on this page about a year ago. ' Jock McPliail ' (the burn ing of Brenda shed) has been sought by various Worker readers from time to time, and other verses in the book have had seekers. - . + ; JV' ? ' A Shanty Entertainment ' opens with a group of men waiting under the veran dah of a bush pub for the arrival of the coach; some with a view to mail-bags, and othbrs for no reason in particular. The drought liad lately broken, and the track -vas six inches under ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUYING A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

BUYING A WIF£. The conference between the high con tracting parties was wordy, bristled with the gesticulations of two .pair of hands, and was commented on by all the guests in the ' Fiore del Marinajo.' The girl, said Don Urbano, was the very pride of his eye, prop of his failing years, .a little mother to the children. She had had a most pious bringing-up, never missed the Rosary, knew the Little Hours of the Virgin, could do sums with notches in a stick, market like a Jew's housekeeper, sew dike a nun, and make a stew against any wife in the contrada. Dowry, dowry! What did such a girl as that want with a dowry? - She was her own dowry, by Bacchus the Thracian. Look at the shape of her— was that not a dowry? The work she could do, the pair of shoulders, the deep chest, the long legs she had— piclc your dowry there, my friends! A young woman of her sort -carried her dowry on her back, in her. two ha.nds, in her mouth — ah! and in Avhat she could.put into yours, by our Lord. Rather...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIDDICOMBE FAIR. A Devonshire Ballad. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

RnnHBBiHnBEBBDnBHHnm WIDDICOMBE FAIR. A Devonshire Ballad. 'Tom Pearse, Tom Pearse, lend me - your -grey mare, . ? - All along, down along, out along, lee. For I want for to go to Widdicombe Fair, ' 'Wi* Bill Brewei*, Jan -Stewer, Peter v- Gurney, Peter Davxr,,Dan'l Whidjj don, * Harry Iiawk,' old Uncle Tom ? OUUUH21HIJ, cliiu I Chorus: Old Uncle Tom-Cobbleigh and all. I - 'And when shall I. see again my grey ! mare?' ? ?' 'r- I ? ? All along, down along, out along, lee. 1 ' By Friday soon, or Saturday noon, ? I '. /~Wi' .Bill- ^Brewer, Jan . Stewer, Peter . . Gurney, Peter I-avy, Dan'l '\Vl1id7 don,- Harry Hawk, old Uncle Tom Cobbleigli and all.' . Chorus: Old Uncle Tom Cobbleigli and all. Then. Friday came, and -Saturday ? noon, - All- along, s etc. .. , ? ' But Tom.- Pea'rse's. old mare hath not trotted home, Wi'. Bill Brewer, etc. So Tom Pearse he got up to the top o' the hill, ? - '' ' All along, , etc. :? J. . - , ? , , And he - seed his ^old ??mare-,-- down ^-malting her will...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GUTTER CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

j THE GUTTER CHILD. i res love for Annie and Joan, L*nd there's love for 'Willy, and Kate, . there's never a word of love for me I wugh I stand for ever and wait. jAnnie ana j°an are clear of skin L their heads tothpir flnnpinwfpfit. I Wfcnn*e an(* ^oan were born and bred | ere the River of Life runs sweet. an-^ K^te may play with them, But t and Kate have health, r may not pass through their open j gate, j heie 1 linger and watch by stealth. I Pnr TI?lust stand alone- outside, And ii ? m °nly a Sutter chiid, . ? ? Wo«ns' an^ lovinS are narrowed down ? your being i3 want- defiled. ' There'll 6 f°r Annie and J°an, But thpr ' Ve for ^511y and Kate, Thnno-K St never a wor& of love for me ? stand for ever and wait. -tJ.C. (no.\v Mrs. Gilmore) in The ?Worker, Sept. 2 1893.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

? IN REPLY. 1- Tlie lines occur in stanzas i. and iv. Tennyson's ' Northern Farmer: New 'e' where the farmer warns his son inst marrying a girl without money: — osn't' thou 'ear my 'erse's legs, ' as. they canters awaay? ~ roputty, proputty, proputty — that's ? what I 'ears 'em saay. . . . lesa beauty, thou thinks . . . — wot's a beauty? — the flower as blaws. ,u Pr°Putty, proputty sticks, and pro Putty, proputty graws. ,

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Page Twenty-One: WRITERS AND ARTISTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

page twenty-One: CONDUCTED BY Norman Lilky. fclTEBS AND ARTISTS1 UNION.' ®U -a meeting convened 'by ;Harold freeiv at the Sydney Trades Hall 'last day,' the Australian- Writers and Ar ts' Union was formed. The member p comprises press and ' -commercial iters and press and commercial artists.; eh a Union lias long been needed in; vdney, as indeed in other parts of Aus ^lia 'Nothing but a straight-out Union indo much in the way of combating the jveating and other evils rampant among enspapers. For years past the composi jrs and linotype operators, the machine jom employees and other newspaper rorkers, liave had their- Unions recog jted evert in tlie offices of the most con-,: irvative papers,' but' for som'e;myst^rious; tason or no- reason the writers' and' rlists have liot been supposed .to nee-f nytliing of the kind.'r; Yet they 'do heed it cry badly. The only working journalists'; ho will 'deny, this fact are the ,, hopeless1 ijividuaiist ? and the , hopeless .'...snob; ome newspap...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

fffiffft-H. GORDON'S PIANOS IBM - 40 Flinders Street. % No Agents or Canvassers, No Middleman's Near Oxford Street. Ladies' or Gents' White, Grey. or Brown Sand Shoes ? 2/6 Gent's White Can vas Lace Shoes, with Canvas Cap and Leather Sole. ? 3/11 Gent's Glace Kid Button Boots, with seamless golosh, patent toe cap and Fairstitched soles, ? 10/9 Two-thirds of your life are spent in your shoes, so it behoves you to buy the most comfortable and serviceable shoes that can be got for your money. Try ' CROPLEY SHOES.' They are well made by well paid workmen, whose reliable work has stood the test of time. i ' | MAIL ORDERS.— Cropley Shoes are sent wherever the mail goes, and our guarantee of ' satisfac tion or your money back ' goes with every pair. | CATALOGUES of FOOTWEAR ' I Posted FREE on Demand. gTg— I'-''' '''HIIIIII II IIIUnWl'WTVUWHWWl CROPLEYS Ltd. ' The Always Busy Stores,' 736-800 George St., HAYMARKET; 413-415 Pitt St., near Central Railway Jitation, SYDNEY. Ladies' Tan Kid Lac...

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

On the rink where men and maidens, Learn the art of roller skating, To fall with grace, on a nice smooth place Needs a lot of imitating! The pastime has its risks we know, In the change of temperature, But all ends well, as many can tell — Taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. I KEEN WOMEN KNOW | that hy using- Cerebos Baking Powder ] they save money, because they need | less of other cooking ingredients; and. S besides, that Cerebos makes their B Scones. Cakes, and Pastry far lighter, g | far more tasty and digestible. ' B GEREBOS BAKING POWDER. [ Sure and Pure ? Sola Everywhere. 1 In Easy-to-open Tins. | Harrison and Attwood, Wholesaler?, j ' ! Sydney. ' J a

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

ifl 'The Money-Saving Jeweller.' Y jjgggj JOE DAVIS, A ^l§f|r 2© PARK STREET, / I v Solid Gold ' Mizpali ' Pendant, 12/6 SYDNEY. X& j One Door From Pitt Street. /jr M 1$ j ? Illustrated Catalogue I ' ill I Posted Free to any J UF* I Address. | I ® 9 Solid Gold 3 Red or Blue Stones and 4 Single-cut Diamonds, 29/6 Solid Gold Crescent and Star Brooch, set with Red, Blue, or Green Stone, 10/6 Solid Gold Cross, Nicely engraved, 4/9 DOMMMMNHM Solid Gold Lace Pin, . 6/6 H 7 Water! M RIDER or ERICSSON HOT AIR w PUMPING ENGINES. Acknowledged the simplest and cheapest n- i I I water lifters on earth. They will pump from S isiilffiil B any source to any height. Prices from £25 -f-tZjiilli! ? B 16s. upwards. Over 40,000 In daily use. . fraf9 i1! Write for Catalogue ' W ' to AUSTRALIAN RIDER-ERIC880H VH EN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS OUK COLUMNS. ~~ HLWHYS MENTI0N THE WORKER, ? ? _______ ? *T WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO OU R 3, INDIGESTION CURED, j jjL Ijjl. This Man Suffered after eve...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

A.W.U. SHEARERS ! SHEARERS!! SHEARERS!!! Wliile the shearing is now in full swing it will be advantageous to all shearers if they write to the UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS 623 GEORGE ST., HAYMARKET, SYDNEY, I and have Samples, Tape, and Measure Forms sent, them, so that their orders will be attended to and delivered be ► fore the ' cut out or, where, possible, ► The UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS will send their cutter to take orders, which they .will be pleased to execute promptly with guaranteed satisfaction. Freight paid. ► Made by Union Labor only. The ONLY Tailors that are approved and endorsed by the N.S.W. Labor [ Council and Eight- Hour Committee. ► patronised by the Leading Members of [ both Federal and State Labor Parties. j W. A. H0L2IGAL, ► Head Cutter and Manager. ► *bhoks+ ^aBaBaa* +E8EsaB* 4 | Hundreds of critical cooks consider Mi V LESLIE'S m ^ -j® BAKING POWDER to be the best of its kind ever manufac- Uf tured. YOU try it. . JfL All Grocers. (J I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

'*- Tom McKinlay ? The Only A.W.U. 222 Castiereagh Street, SYDNEY. Rheumatic Rings. Steel 2/6; Gold 7/6. (NEAR WORKER Post Free. OFFICE.) | PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD | Strikes Infesting: Vermin Dead. | One application destro:* I a! ® vermin, kills /nits, heals 5 IWart! tVPT X sores. . cures ringworm, a lFlVJ-iava \3 makes the hair grow thiols e _ , 4 :tnd strong-. By post. 1/2; § large 2/3; extra large '/P. 8 fi 1 l&iiU Fine Comb for Removing c i-ead ^its. fid. extra. E ' JAMES BRIN, Chemist, Malvern. Victoria, p. Ladies— Make Money at Home us send you this Wonderful Lace Loom and . employ you making Lace 'or us at your own home. We can use .-ill the lace you make. M'e JI ust have more workers !o lelp us meet Llie iu ?creasinsr demand for our lnccs. 11 -!oes not matter ?where you live, you can send your lace to us by _ ' post: it weighs ii'sdil ami costs lit 1c for postajre. The work is pleasant and well paid. Se nd 2d. KJamp for beautifully il'ustn'ted Booklet and full part...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.S.W, ? ? ? + ? _ Wads proposes but the elector disposes. * ?; ? i . There are 816,164 names on the main electoral rolls for New South Wales. ' . .'.... r.#,;. * . ;? ; ' Wada's '..latest 'promise—' to be true to the ? prornises jie ^rprriised to keep; but did .not.. 'if you hurry 'up' you „may still get on, ttfo roll. Remember, he wlio does not vote* is a traitor to Labor. * '!'? ' * ? / ' ' At Cootamundra, Wade 'made the pro found observation thatjjNTew ' South Wales .; approaching a crisis^-*he meant him 3e!f' ft # ;- * Perry's pettifogging phjlanderings re the tick question are of too^. recent date to need any mention hSi&~' Demos,' . in Lismore 'Daily News..' ft ft # Melbourne 'Argus.' admits- Labor's activity in the New South Wales elec tions, and states that 'the 'Liberal and Reform ' pariy^is-lagging behind. ... * * ... . # Wo have had? Henley- von*. Thames, Hen-r ley-'on' Yarra,- anil iib w - '' Henley 011 Tour^. (viae daily paper heading), 'and it is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLAWARRA ITEMS. CAVILLING DISPUTE AT HELENSBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

ILLAWARRA ITEMS. CAVILLING DISPUTE AT HELENS BURGH. | Rarely does the quarterly cavil even : tuate without some trouble being ex I perienced at the Metropolitan Colliery, i Helensburgh, over the question of special : placcs. Not long ago the miners ceased 1 work as a protest against the* arbitrary ji action of the management, and sum mouses were issued against the men for ^ a breach of the special rules. Just now !'{ the customary deadlock has been reached, and the usual fight for 'supremacy is ; takihg place between the management j and the men. When the cavil for en &uirig quarter was about to be drawn ;? on Thursday last the scrutineers, acting i under instructions from the lodge, an : nounced that they would take no part in | the proceedings because of the action of ] the management in putting in 12 places i as special to be worked by two sets of I men. The miners are determined that no ? place will be worked as special unless ] it is necessary development work, and i un...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WHARF LABORERS' UNION. MR. McCRISTAL'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SYDNEY WHARF LABORERS' UNION. MR. McCRISTAL'S^RESlGNATION. The dissatisfaction of the Sydney Wharf Laborers with the attitude of its pFesi dent, Mr, McCristal, came to a head at its meeting on Wednesday last. Taking the chair in the usual course, Mr. McCristal refused to submit for confirmation minutes recording business done after he had declared the previous meeting closed. Motions disagreeing with this, and with a second ruling, in which the president refused to accept a special motion, on the: business paper calling on him to resign, were carried with slight dissent. After considerable discussion, Mr. McCristal leftj ' the chair, Mr, J. Morgan being appointed] temporary president. Mr. McCristal's resignation .was then read, the cause as signed by him for his retirement being that he purposed entering on a campaign as a candidate at the coming elections. The resignation was duly accepted,. A' motion expressing complete confidence in the secretary, Mr. S. T. Harrison, was then car...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARMICHAEL SETTLES A COERCION CANARD. LEICHHARDT REED A POOR POLITICAL PROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

CARMICHAEL SETTLES A COERCION CANARD. LE1CHHARDT REED A POOR POLITI CAL PROP. The McKye case, in which Premier Wade, ignoring the words of Judge Hey don, and without consulting with him, re duced by half a fine which had been in flicted on a North Sydney baker for re peated and flagrant defiance of an indus trial award, is a festering thorn in the^ide ot the Liberal Party. Continuously they attempt to make out that there is no thorn there, that if there is it doesn't hurt, that if it does hurt the pain' is trivial, and, finally, that even if the thorn is fixed fast, and tiie sore absolutely gan I grenous, the other fellow has a cock-eye and a limp in his left leg. The latest apologist for Wade — who does nothing for himself except call people liars — is Fred Reed, Liberal candidate for Leichliardt. Fred forsakes all pleas except that which alleges the other fellow's strabismus and locomotor defect. Mr. C. Carmichael, La bor member for Leichliardt, he says, once made representations ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STRIKE ENDED. LABOR PREMIER VERRAN GRANTS JUSTICE. AN ANSWER TO WADE. No Leg-Irons for Lundie. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SOOTH AUSTRALIAN STRIKE ENDED. ; -ABOR PREMIER VERRAN GRANTS JUSTICE. AN ANSWER TO WADE. No Leg-Irons for Lundie. A communication from Mr. F. W. Liuiulie, president of the U.L.U., South Australia, received by Tan Worker on Tuesday, shows that the .strike among members of that Union was brought to a conclusion 'by the triumph of justice and comnionsense. A. conference was held be , tween representatives of the U.L.U. and ?tlie Ministry, and the latter agreed to grant an independent enquiry into the charges made against Ganger Thompson. The board to hold this enquiry is to con sist of two representatives from the U.Jj.U. and two appointed by the Govern - . ment, these to .agree mutually regarding a chairman. The depositions taken before the previous enquiry are to be laid before the board, which has the right to express an opinion on them and' will investigate any further charges. The men meantime return to work without any alteration of foniier wages or conditions, except the very vi...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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