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A HERO'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

— ,^r— ?? i. A HERO'S DEATH. Charles James Nelson, and other la borers were employed on sewerage works at Studley Park, Melbourne, when it .was found necessary to. do. §ome .^blasting in the shaft. William '.Holmes, .one, of the men in the shaft', called out. for assistance, | and a£. th,e'.'6ihers-..wei,e. asce£dinig' tq get j out of the range of the ex-plosiou, Nelson | responded, to the call. I-Ie. held .Holmes, who was. helpless, and' both faced the ex plosion. ' Nelson . then, signalled for a bucket, and managed to placg' Holmes in j it. Nelson staggered up the ladder, and both men were treated for severe .injuries. Holmes recovered, but his gallant rescuer' succumbed to his wounds. Holmes stated ?that when he was about to follow the others up ..the shaft he was seized .with faintness, and could not move.' ? ? ?

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

(Throat Trouble can be cured by SCOTT'S Emulsion Throat v- trouble,^ acute or chronic, is cured by Scott's Emulsion. Scott's Emul sion permanently * cures | throat trouble.- This state ment is made because hun dreds of people have written to say they were cured of throat trouble by Scott's Emulsion. For example, Mrs. Theresa Riddell writes, 15th July, 1909, from 40. Wells Street, Redfem, Sydney, ! N.S.W.: - 'I gave Scott's Emulsion to my son Harold, aged 12 months, as he was suffer fing from totisilitis. in a short time, the tonsilitis teas quite cured, and he rapidly increased in weight and strength . He is note better in health than he has ever been before, and owes his complete recovery to Scott's Emul sion. This trademark teas on the emulsion I bought. ' If you wish to get rid of your throat trouble, and decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S EMULSION. You may be asked to buy another emul sion and told it is 'just as good as Scott's.' Substitute emulsions can...

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

J. T. WALKER, 23 STURT ST., BALLARAT. Piasios (Best Makers). K-urnit-ure (European Made) CASH OR TERMS. rBasa™aFS5S^SU*BMSmoAEJBSoOj^™~'j AU Diseases Treated. Advice and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including I medicine for one week. 10/-. If your case is not suitable for treatment by g correspondence your tee win be returned. B Or. MALONEY, S-urgeos*, I MEDICAL DIRECTOR. HOURS: 12 to 2; 5 to 7. | The Worker Buildino. Russsl! Street (opposite King's Theatre), Melbourne. J '?ipiw i» - ii i i '? i ii 1 1 ii 'ii i !? ~ ' i r ii'i 1 1 1 i ?? n i ii i ii hm an rn rTmrwim-rmmnMrmawnni**'1 THE CENTRAL HOTEL, 133 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. JAMES FLY NN I-Isving enliro'v remodelled the Old EAST MELBOURNE HOTEL, the Proprietor decided also to OnANGH THE XAMK to on-* more appropriate. Visitors and Old Friends v.-iU find the same cordial welcome at the CENTRAL as was formerly accorded them at tV-p East MplSw.JT.f-. LOCAL versus FOREIGN FOR AUSTRALIANS. Ztzxa. Fzixott Acstejijjikj, — Htre too itr...

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VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. An application has been made by the Rural Workers' Union of Australia for re gistration under the Commonwealth Ar bitration Act. Messrs. * P. J. Dwyer, P.M., and F. H. Bolton have been appointed chairmen of the boot trade board and the jewellers' board respectively. Tlie Minister of Labor has referred tlie sweating determination of the polish trade wages board back on the ground I that a minimum of 30s. a week is not a j fair wage. j The Brisbane Tailors and Tailoresses' j Union has agreed to join the Clothing ? Trades Federation. The only State not ] represented on the federation is Western j Australia. By 25 votes to 15 the Melbourne Trades | Hall Council last week negatived a mo i tion to have a call of the council to re I scind the resolution advising members not to join the Commonwealth Protectionist Association. The minimum wage for skilled trades men has been raised by the Carriage Makers' Board from 52s. a week to 54s. New* rates of 54s. a week for eoa...

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A FREE-AND-EASY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

A FREE-AND-EASY SCHOOL. [From P. -W. Joyce's ' English as - We Speak it. in Ireland,' noticed a few weeks ago. ' The time of the incidents described would be 1840 or a little -later; 1 The year before going to Mitchelstown I attended a science school of a very different character kept by Mr. Simon Cov. in Galbally, a little village in Limerick under the shadow of .the Galty ^Mountains. This was a very rough sort of school, but mathematics and the use of tiie globes were well taught There were about forty students. Half a dozen were grown boys, of whom 1' was one; the rest were men, mostly young, but a few in' middle life schoolmasters bent on improving their knowledge of. science in preparation for opening, schools- in their own part's of the country. . . . . . ? -- . ;;?' 'Tis marvellous how I escaped smoking;' I had many opportunities in'^ early .life; of which surely the best -of all was -this Galbally' school. For everyone ' I think smoked except the half dozen; boys, ./and even...

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

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. YieroRia. ? ? ? ? ? I ARARAT. ? , MRS. K. E. PHELAX, Shire Hall Hotel. Superior Accoxn. A.W.U. Agenc-. ? i ? BALLARAT. | W. SCULL IN, Grocer and Provision Merchant, Skipton-street, Bal'arat. BAXTER & STUBBS. General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. Engraven. 3 GRENVILLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. A1J Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? Moderate Rates. Tel. 479. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL. 8-IXour House of Call. All 8-Hour Societies started from above Hostelry. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. B. WiLSON. Proprietor. ? ? (lOHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL A~ND COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-sL Jlrs. H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry Cohen (late of Grand Hotel). Manager. ? No connection next door. JH._SCULLIN, GROCER and PROVISION _ ^^njRCi^NTj^Skipton^StrceL^^^^^^^ ? BENALLA. ? ~A J- ALLEN, Broken River Hotel. 'Bridge aTL St.. Benalla. Shilling Tariff. Enuf sed. A1LWAY' HOTEL, Splendid Accom. Stbg, Pdks.. Union House. — V. Cannon. Proptr. ECHUCA. RODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best Accom. ALF. H...

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SELECTED BY READERS. To Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SELECTED BY READERS. To Labor. Shall you complain who feed the «-orl-l? ?. ' Who clothe the world? Who house the Avorld? . Shall you complain who are the world ' Of. what- the world may do? . ? . As from this hour ^ .You are ?: your power - The' Avorld must follow you. The Avorld's life hangs on your rlgn Ir hand ! L -. .Your strong. right hand U./, * ' ?? . y- Yout^ skilledtright: h'a!ndj ? You . hold the' whole Avorld in-yoiir hand. See to it what you do! -f . Or dark or light;' . . . Or wrong or right, ; ' The world is made by you!. Then rise as you never rose before( Nor hoped before! _ -4 Nor dared before! ./ And.shoAV as Avas .neArer sliOAvn before The po.wer that lies in you!. . ., Stand all as one! , ;a See justice done! Believe! and Dare! and , Do! — Charlotte Perkins Gilman (U.S.A.). [Sent by T.T.] . - _ — ; ? A ? ; ? ?

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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

WRITERS AND WRITINGS. ' Tobacco Monopoly and the State,' by ' George Carter, deals with the evils of the, present trust control of the Australian tobacco . trade, and - sIioavs . something of the tricky ways of the : combine. - The author has 'had long. .experience both as journeyman and as manufacturer. He makes out a good case for Commonwealth control. The book is published ??; by the 'Labor Call,' Patrick-street, Melbourne; 4d. posted. - . - . . ik ik » - 'The High 'Light' is a collection of prose, A'erse, and pictures put forth by the Adelaide ' Drawing and Sketch Club, with Bernard Dubois as editor. Tlie club, it is written, ' Ava3 formed by a number of students avIio had studied in the Lite Class at the School of Design, ? Adelaide, for . tlie purpose of . mutual benefit . Avhich is derived from Avorking together. The Club's aim is to inspire its members to ; strive Avith sincerity, recognising that, after all, Avitliout sincerity really very. ? little can be accomplished.'. T...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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"LILLEY'S MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

' ' LILLE Y 'S MAGAZINE. ' ' In an early month of 1911 the conduce tor of this page A\rili begin publication of a monthly magazine, which he will edit and control. ' Lilley's Magazine ' will seek to present the work of Austra lians Avho haA'e something individual to say and know how to say it — whether in prose, verse, or picture, and Avliether seriously or with wit or liumor. The ciner question as to any ncm mciuucu will be whether it is an able expression of a genuine point of A'iew. Contributors will not be asked to Avrite to any policy except that of sincerity.. The magazine will include articles, stories, and miscel laneous prose and verse, Avith illustra tions. A book section -will be a, leading feature. There Avill be feAver pages than in some magazines, but the editor avIH do his best to ensure that the pages shall ?/ be worth reading. All' accepted contri butions will be paid for. The annual subscription to ' Lilley's Magazine ' avi'11 be six shillings post free Avithin Aus...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. ? ^ ? Caterpillars have been eating off crops in the Corowa district, N.S.W., as clean as if they liad~been cut with a scythe. In two instances areas of 200 and 300 acres w-ere so dealt with. The Decentralisation Committee, hur riedly appointed by thfe Wade Government to stall off criticism of its inaction with regard to the opening- up of new ports and railways, has at any rate ' elicited a considerable amount of valuable informa tion which will he useful to the coming L»ai)or Government in N.S.W. ^ # # The 11 or 19-year rain cycle theory does p.ol appeal to the official observer at Gvy'burn, N.S.W., who says that so far as his past yearly records are concerned there has not been shown any regularity in the seasons. He is also sceptical re ganling the possibility of predicting the rain prospects for six years ahead from the existence or otherwise of sun spots. «= # * 'To add to tile worries of the pastoral l.ji with a bad season and noxious ani- j ma!s,' says the C...

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POSTAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS, All communications for this page shoyld be sent: i to M.r^j; - tyjary -jGilmore.

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STITCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

STITCHERY. Mrs. J.H.C. (Moonbi) sends me the fol lowing: — 'I am.- sending you a lace-' pat- tern which is pretty, and easily made; also a way of making a rag-mat- that someone may be glad of. Get two needles made of fencing wire, and file the ends to make them like knitting pins. Now cut your rags in strips and join.. You can use all une, an two, or any -numDer or colors. When joined, roll in balls and knit up like wool, either plain knitting. The good: thing about these mats is that they can be washed and kept clean.'' I should sa,y one could make, bedspreads in this way, which, being ventilated, would be much better than the patchwork, quilts usually made. In a case like that they could be knitted in ribs of plain and purl like stocking, tops, or a coarse lace pat-' tern repeated till wide enough. Tlie, knitting pattern is as follows: — 'Cast on 17 stitches. ' First row — Knit 3, make 1, knit 2 together; knit 5, knit 2 to gether; make 1,- knit .3, make 1, - knit 2. Second ' row —...

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

. — — ♦ ? ? HOUSEHOLD. ..!i The Uses of Borax. — It is said that salad J vegetable's are more crisp if steeped in borax water before using. Wash well in '( fresh water after steeping. j Sprinkled about their paths and hiding n places, it kills cockroaches; mixed with £ an equal quantity of sugar it is as good £ as 'anticide.' - ? Used in washing-up, it gives a gloss to- r china and glass; in scrubbing water, it helps keep down fleas and other insects; while in the copper, it whitens and puri- ^ fies clothes. - ' | It is , good as a mouth-wash for the toilet, for the bath, for sore throat, nasal catarrh/ for greasy skin,' and greasy dan druff, and irritable skin in summer. Th® usual strength as a . wash is a teaspoonful $ to. a pint of water. Less for the hair is enough; and the hair after its use should be rinsed in fresh water. , . 't

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ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

ABOUT WOMEN. During the recent terrible forest - fires. ? in Idaho (U.S.A.), there have been .overl 200 women working as fire-fighters. Fim ' - drill is now usual in all large girls' schools ' in England, Europe, and America, while in both Russia and America' there are a ' number of women's fire brigades. One in Russia puts in its time teaching wo men ' what to do in case of fire.' It is5 ' got up and captained by a girl— Miss| ;i Ermoloona. ' . Miss, !E3. A. Maidment is a woman dairy* expert who has gone to Rhc^aia; (South] Africa) under engagement of trie British South Africa Company, to teach the Rho-'. desiari farmers the latest and best me- : thods of dairying.. She also teaches poUltry care and raising. She -trained by studying in England (where she prac tised for 20 years), America, Sweden, and that pre-eminently .' common-sense little country, Denmark. It is said that ' cux;is ' are to be in and ' swathes ' .out - in', hairdressing. One American woman is' said to have paid 5...

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ENGLISH SOBRIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

V ENGLISH SOBRIETY-. I doubt if England was ever soberei than in trie present day — that is to say, England that could and can find means to drink. A French writer of 1558, we are told, bears witness to the drinking ca pacity of England in his day. 'They ar® very fond of music, and very, heavy drinkers,' he says, and go,es on to com ment f»n /their jforidness for'*' treating.''' !

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

COOKERY. Curried Eggs. — Slice and fry- an onion in butter or dripping, and whiles- cooking add a teaspoonful of curry powder. Stir well, and pour in either gravy or some stock— at least a cupful. Thicken as it boils with maizena. Cook some eggs hard. Peel and slice, and drop into the1 mixture. When warm dish up on slices of toast. (Avoid breaking the pieces of egg in stir-- ring.) - Irish Stew. — Take three potatoes for. every two chops. If using other meat than chops, take pound for pound of potatoes and meat. Neck of mutton makes tho richest and most savory dish. Cut off all fat, and peel the potatoes. Cut these in pieces and put in a layer in the saucepan, on this some meat, quarter of a larg# onion, pepper, and salt. (If liked, a slice of bacon may be used arid , thyme. Biut not every one likes the thyme.) Half fill the sauce -pan, and put in half a pint of water, stock, or gravy — according to what you have, and simmer for an hour and a half. Shake every now and then to pre ve...

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

|;| Oh! Many the thorns of liymeneat J When roses have faded away! ?'it How hard is his lot who's a talkative wife And children who yell all the day! When all a man's family is laid up -in bed And Lit- - ni* too hard, to endure, A. hundred to one he would go off his head, If 'twere not for Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure.

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RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

BABBIT SK1HS. . After all, there is still hope for Austra lia. At the last Sydney sales the prices paid for rabbitskins advanced from I I- :.o Id. per lb., and there was good compe tition for the better sorts. Quotations: — Picked lines of super skins, 17 %d. to 'J2y3d. per lb.; prime, 15%d. to 17d.; good, i3%d. to 15d.; medium, lOVid. to 12^d.; Kittens and lower sorts, Gd. to 9d.; does, | 7&d. to lOd.

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MELBOURNE'S GREEDY TRAM MONOPOLY. ITS ARROGANT ATTITUDE TO UNIONISM. PRICES PAID TO WORKERS UNDER CONTRACT.—DRIVERS AT 35/- A WEEK OF THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

MELBOURNE'S GREEDY TRAM MONOPOLY. — ? & — : ? ITS ARROGANT ATTITUDE TO UNIONISM. PRICES paid TO WORKERS UNDER CONTRACT.— DRIVERS AT 35/- A WEEK OF THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS. .Anonymous and signed letters have htelv appeared in the Melbourne daily Diners protesting again stowages boards L tramway workers. These letters come rom employees. They were not inspired bv the Melbourne Tramway and Octopus rn of course. Nevertheless the letters breathe the same expression of view as those expounded by the controlling- influ ences of the big monopoly. ' We do not want a wages board for our- workers,' - shriek the directors of the M.T. and O. Co. 'We do not want a wages board for our selves, ' write some of the employees. Then are told how well off they are under the Co. It should be remembered that a : first-class gripman for working 54 hours ; a week gets £2 10s. and a first-class con ductor for the same hours receives £2 9s. If the full hours are not put in the full amount is not paid. Now ...

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

Jilli IPf is!®!! MP ' — the Tobacco which men , to ho never could smoke a pipe KB pgjrjw before , will enjoy to the full-°-and yet have no aftermath. Iplptll (R*ad this Circular carefully to avoid nrii«take8,- ?Sllla As an inducement to the smoKing public to give 'CHAMPION' TOBACCO ^pll^ M&r A (Aromatic and DarK) a trial, for the purpose of securing their Patronage, JU the Manufacturers have formulated the following FREE GIFT SCHEME, to be operative for period ending 30th June,. 1911. Celebrated §|8 & J» Sterling Silver- a— ° £k L || | L, IP Mounted BRIARS. # flF W&00r , gLmnm finest and Specially , JWSB Selected Briar Root. mW 1 tT39^ jj ajw Value 2/6 for ? * h!P £? Wl 2 1 'fl ? iMfflWw 25 2or. 'Champion' Tin Band*. ^ 50 loz. 'Champion' Tin Bands. W ROUND TOBACCO TOUCH (Aluminium), j Value 1/6 for 15 2oz. 'Champion' Tin Bands, 30 loz. 'Champion' Tin Bands. BUCK SKIN P0UCK Value 3/6 for 85 2or. 'Champion' Tin Bands. 70 loz. 'Champion' Tin Bands. | # OVAL META...

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