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

The Vanguard THE ONLY OFFICIAL LABOR DAILY. Edited by J. C. WATSON. r ' ..j ' FIRST ISSUE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 6th, 4 p.m. ? ? i^— — 11 n n THE VANGUARD is published by The Worker Trustees at the request of the Trade Union and Labor Movement It will be mainly political and metropolitan. j The lies of the morning dailies will be answered every ' afternoon. We shall also have a Cable Service, and the events of I the day will be summarized. THE VANGUARD will not be such a newspaper as wa hope soon to have, but it will be full value for the penny charged for it. IN THE COUNTRY, Where THE VANGUARD is not sold by Newsagents, we will send the whole 24 issues to any resident in the Commonwealth for 1/6 . H. LAMOND, Manager. THE WORKER TRUSTEES, Telephone: City 778. 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE PEOPLE. MR. McGOWEN OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN. THE LABOR PROPOSALS ENTHUSIASTICALLY RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

for the people. I MR. McCOWEN OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN. THE LABOR PROPOSALS ENTHUSIASTICALLY RECEIVED. i 'Looking around this vast audience of MOO or S000 people,' said Mr. McGowen (t Redfern on Friday night, 'I fully ex tec! to see in the daily 'papers that 'the meeting was fairly well attended.' ' It was I great meeting', and the- thousands who fathered formed a dense crowd in front of the Town Hall. The hall, behind the ?neaker, was aisu iuuwucu uiui nuiucu electors. The proceedings throughout were 'most enthusiastic, and illustrated the ex traordinary popularity of the -Labor 'Party compared with the Wade Government. Mr. McGowen was in fine form, and he Slivered a telling speech. : - The Mayor, Aid.' John Leitch, said that Mr/ McGpwen was the greatest mail .in' the political world of the State to-day. He had'been taken from 'tlie; workshop 20 ?vears. ago, and had worked in their inter ests ever since. He had -absolute confi dence in asking them : to- return him with' a thumping majori...

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

CANBELEGO. George woodley, miners' arms. Best Wines and Spirits Sold, not kept. Good Accom. for Man, Bike, and Beast. Workers' House. JGOGG1X, FEDERAL HOTEL. Best Accom. for Workers. LEVY AND SON, General Merchants, for all your Requirements. Shearers' Supplies. OOBAE. AB. CAMPBELL, MARSHALL STREET. For the BEST IN MEN'S WEAR. HATS. BOOTS, and MERCERY, Etc. EN MAR.QUARDT for Best Bicycles, Sun dries, and Repairs. Nejct A.W.U. Agent. FRANK GRILL, Grand Hotel. Best House in Town for Civility and Attention. O to A. B. CAMPBELL'S for CLOTHING and BOOTS, MARSHALL STREET. ' TJULLO! Where to?' 'HARRY NEW H BERRY'S EMPIRE HOTEL for Civilitv and Attention.' Workers. Patronise. A. DAVIDSON, A.W.U. Agent, the Premier Hairdressing Saloon, near the Great Western Hotel. Tobacconist, Stationer, ».nd Fancy Goods. Don't forget the address. 'vt DOGGER, next Stadium, Red Bird, . B.S.A., Massey-Harris Bicycles. Repairs. HOMAS CLARKE, RAILWAY HOTEL. First-class Accommodation. Workers' Home. Only Best Br...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE VANGUARD."—A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

'THE . VAHGUARD.'— A 1 SUGGESTION. J Dear Worker,— The notification in .Satur-.jB ji- day's press of the publication -?-?* an fffieialfB- a Labor daily, commencing on t'r.e ^ inst., should have sent a thrill --f satis- :B w, faction through the heart of --vcry irue:B democrat. The want of a daily .-hect v-jm 0li voice our cause and to refute .,li:y l*y day® j)C the misrepresentations of tlie Tory ou has, without doubt, been a very serious® ju handican to our movement: '-;:t noflr®. with a daily Radical antidote t--- the (,\ of daily Tory poison, we ^houlti !U'*,ieJen|:' such a victory that after the elec-tioas N Conservative press will, like Otlu-llo, its occupation gone. 'The Vanguard ® gtj should, and no doubt will, be read daw*. po by the great majority of our pledge m. workers and sujjporters. but a matter o®: jla much greater importance even than tws®, is that it should get into the !i;int's.CB m indifferentists. waverers. and lH- .? th avowed enemies. To attain tins pn pj shou...

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

'THE VANGUARD.' What. is 'The Vanguard'? - ' The , Vanguard ' is NOT the Labor Daily. We want you to understand that clearly. . . It is a political shebt mainly; issued to meet the gross misrepresentations of the metropolitan dailies arid to win Sydney for Labor. ' ...' - ; It will contain cables and some local news and comment, but it will not be half as large or one-tenth as interesting as the Labor. Daiiy. That will be the best, the fairest, arid the most up-to-date paper printed in Australia. ;.'The Vanguard' will not- give the other side. It is concerned only with one side —our side — the side that ge.ts no show in thie' daily press. It exists : only because that side' does not get^fair sliow in other 'papers'.':.'-'-*-': ^ ~-- The first issue of,' The Vanguard ' will .give proof of this — and most other issues will take up the tale. ' The Vanguard ' -will make its first appearance on Friday, 16th September, at 4 o'clock, and will appear, daily thereafter until 13th of October,...

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

CLASS LEGISLATION. He who will not live by toll Has no right on English soil, God's word's our warrant. — Charles Ivingsley. ¥ T is almost impossible to pick up a * daily newspaper without reading of 'class legislation' which the Labor Party is about to introduce. The term used is misleading and intended to mislead. There is no fair and honest sense in which the Labor Party can be said to represent a class. In a true industrial community there can be no Labor ' class,' for the principle is sound and has the sanction of Holy Writ that he who does not belong to the ranks of Labor has no right to a place in the ranks of men Unfortunately our civilization has tended hitherto to produce idlers, and to give to these idlers the chief say in the Govern ment of the State. These people have succeeded for centuries in putting upon the Statute books ' class legislation ' in the true sense. The great bulk of our laws have been in the past measures for the protection of the idle rich. To re verse...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PLAIN BROWN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

... A PLAIN BROWN , MAN. Australians are inclined to sha:r.b':-? in their walk. They are ruunrl . , shouldered. — Remarks by recent visi tor, Di'i Herz. % rELL, perhaps Bill Jim's nf-t lovely, I V . ana jjjs gait may not redound I Over muchly to his 'credit, and his- .*??.. mid- I ers may be round. I Somewhat angular and lengthy, in- .« 'cliued to bone and hair. ;? 'Hs's no fashion plate Adonrs; Ms un- ? military air I May not charm tlie casual tripper, but I o'er that we will not moan, ? Still at manly occupations William James ? can hold his own! ? While the way he fills a saddle may I make riding-masters blush, ? 1 Still he's handy with his stockwhip v.r.ea mj the cattle start to rush. -1 j Knock-kneed, perhaps, or bandy, sti'.l his .1 1 pins are mostly right — ? T Who opened up each bush traek from I ^ Port Darwin to the Bight? ?!. Little time for airs and grace? has he S hi had; we can't forget « ^ Bill is mostly busy grafting, but he'il get ? ' ?the finish yet. fi iK Yes, a pl...

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

LABOR'S IGNORANCE. QRANNY ' Herald,' in an extra fit of motherly superiority, reeled off this thunderous slab of snobbery, last week: — ' ? ~ With the inherently bad features of Mr. Fisher's land tax we are by now pretty familiar, but they serve to .^il lustrate a. very general weakness of ! Labor legislation which would come_6ut| as strongly in the State as in the Com- j monwealth once Labor got the chance | to practise its impossible gospel. The clue to this weakness lies in Labor's ig norance — ignorance- of history, ignor ance of economics, ignorance of the comparative effects of taxation. Granny needn't worry; there's no J Ignor- ance of history about Labor. That will be shown next month very effectively. So far from being ignorant, Labor is just chokful of history, so full that it almost, turns its stomach; so full that' it is de termined to alter history very soon/ To wipe the slate of the hideout story of .the; past that is identified with-, by class repr^entattves,a'^djfit5...

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A STAGGERED PROPHET. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

A STAGGERED PROPHET. THERE is one Australian prophet who has not yet got over the shock of 13th April. His name is Willy Judkins. This eminent personage, who edits the Australasian edition of Stead's 'Review of Reviews,' and who amuses Melbourne with his quaint assumptions of self importance, blundered badly in his Federal prophecies. According to the vaticina tions of Judkins' journal, the 13th of April was going to witness Mr. Deakin's un paralleled victory; what -time Labor I grovelled dismally; in the mud. There was j to, be a debacle that would make the Aus tralian Labor Party think that it had been trodden on by nine hundred wild elephants. '--Unfortunately for the 'pro- phet, things worked out just the opposite way. It was Labor that arose iivtriumph, and it was 'the-; Fusion' that felt as if it had had a few dinosaurs dropped upon it. As a, consequence, the editor of the Stead publication has been feeling soun Most prophets do feel a bit addled when their prophecies^ explode...

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

To PASTORALISTS, FARMERS, and Others, j BELLTEA. 12lb. Tin Delicious with first quality Electroplated Teapot. Cruet or Biscuit Barrel, valued at 25/-, for the wonderfully low .price of 23/6. Our Traveller will shortly call upon you. -^venei j For particulars write to the j BELL TEA CO., I 45 YORK ST., SYDNEY. j And at 27 St. James St., MELBOURNE. I FAY'S /? FINE §\ footwearJJ FOR ftj 9/9 Q/ S You can't beat FAY'S SPECIAL S LINE of Men's Fine Footwear for ? SOLID VALUE. They are FAY S 9 own creation, and special value is ? put into them for the money. }ou I won't find tlieir equal for wear in ? the Commonwealth at the price. B The boot illustrated is of Box Calf. ? with a neat yale square toe and 9 sewn soles. Exceptionally good fit ? ting and a grand wearer. 9 Price, 9/9. j B Please send 1/- extra for postage. i ? Have vou a copy of our NEW | I GENERAL CATALOGUE? It's post g 1 free. Send your address. | EDWARD FAY, g The Two 3ig Shoe Stores, [1 || Corner Pitt a*id Liverpool Streets,...

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LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. NEW SOUTH WALES. EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. ? -w ? NEW SOUTH WALES. EXECUTIVE MEETING. ? At a meeting oi'the Executive held on bept. 2, .Mr. P. J.- Minahan, M.L.A., occupied the chair! New Leagues. The following branches, established at the centres named, were endorsed, viz.: Attunga, Aug. 20; Barraganyatti, . Aug. C; Black Swamp, Aug. 10; Bungendore, Aug. 24; Char ing Cross, Aug. 12; Euchareena, Aug. 20; Ward el, Aug. 1; Fairfield, Aug. 27; Gundu- j rimba, Aug. 16; Kogarah, Aug. ?-0; Nun die, July 30; Port Macquarie, Aug. 20; Pymble, Aug. 1. 1 ' ' . An- invitation from the Newcastle Eight Hour Demonstration Committee, to be held on the 24th of October, was received and accepted: Daily Labor NewsDaper. Having regard to -the importance of faith ful press representation, it was resolved to convey to ' The Worker ' Trustees the terms of the following resolution, viz. :— 'That the trustees of 'The Worker' newspaper -be asked to issue a daily political paper for about four weeks during the elections.' j A numbe...

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

Proud's Values jsML in Ussfu) Articles for Extra strong ; t!ie bcat Silvec So'vereign The New Dres^^ ia Sterling Tobacco Box in Sterling Silver ; - Silver; engraved, 7/6; plain, 6/0. engraved, 22/0. VV, J. PROUD} Jeweller and Gem Merchant, 187 PITT ST. (near King-st.), SYDNEY. Katton Garden, London _________________ fSS=^ The No. I Folding , ^ GKI Pocket Kodak £2/2/- | ? ^ Tlie smallest and simplest of all the Pocket | j I ( J\ Icr/^jMr^T^v Kodaks. Pulling down the bed automatically j ffl\\ #(y springs the front into position. No focussing ^ B \\J necessary; just locate the image in the finder i Sg iq^ (ui Z#OT^(lLj an-i press tlie iever* I I ? ' — Jtyj Equipped with first quality Meniscus I mm 4rf Achromatic lens, fitted to Pocket Auto- j i ill matic Shutter, adjusted for both snapshot I r ? ^i'u- an-* time exposures. Brilliant Reversible | I 8 — r--eJSP» Finder. Covered with black seal grain lea- I 8 ther, niclcelled fittings. Pictures 2 'A in. ? x - 1^1/1/ i 1 I PRICE, £2/2/*. Po...

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

MAINLY POLITICAL. ? ? ♦- ? — An opinion printed by . the Melbourne Argus'— the. champion of land-locking and anti-Labor: 'Up to the present time we have been merely playing: with the problem of how , to . properly equip the farmer for ' world-wide competitive ef fort.' One way would be to give Aus tralia's landless farmers an equipment of farming land; and Labor is seeing. to' the I matter. I # # # A faint rumor of the state, of Labor affairs in New South . Wales seems to have reached the ears of the Conserva tives in Victoria. The Melbourne 'Argus? has published, in a . small paragraph put away in an obscure corner, the mild an nouncement that 'Mr. McGowen, the Leader of the Opposition, appears to be ; confident of Labor's success at the forth coming State elections,' Well/ so he. is, Gr&n'ma — so he is! v - #. V#. ? The most insane, argument against the land tax, that hag\ yet : heen advanced was that of tlie .South Australian pPat Men who petitioned ..the ? House .: .i)f ...

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IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LABOR BUDGET PRESENTED BY MR. FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

13 THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. . ? * ? LABOR BUDGET PRESENTED BY MR. FiSHER. The Labor Budget has been delivered in the Australian Parliament, and Mr. FJisher handled it well. It 'was clear and business-like from start to finish, admir ably arranged in its different sections, and readily comprehended. It was alive witn Dig ngures. The total revenue for ) the year ended June 30, was £15,538,440, which was an increase of £1,187,647 over 1908-9. Of. this amount the Customs De partment was responsible for '£11,593,050 (an increase of nearly £750,000), whilst the Post Office contributed £3,729,894— £320,469 increase. For 1910 11 Treasurer Fisher estimates he will receive £16,841,629, the Customs and Ex cise to yield £11,700,000, the Post Office £3,856,000, the Land Tax £1,000,000, and silver coinage a profit of £150,000. The expenditure for the last financial year was £7,497,866 (an increase of £1,077,468) and whilst the revenue for 1910-11 is expected to 'be large (£16,S41,629), the expe...

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

I Tlie orker. -| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1910.

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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. Page. Cable News ? ? ? ? ? 19 Calendar ? 2 Capitalists in New Guinea. ? . . 6 Carmichael Settles a Coercion Canard ? ? ? ? ? ? ... 6 For the People ? 13, 14 lllawarra Items ? 4 In the Australian Parliament ? 11 Labor League Notes ? 16 | Lay of the Land ? 22 Page. Melbourne's Greedy Tram Monopoly 23 Mines and Miners ? 9 News of the Week ? ? 19 Our Women's Page ? 7 Page Twenty-One ? 21 Proposals for Law Reform ? 3 South Australia ? 3 South Australian Strike Ended.... 4 Sundry Sports ? 20 The Fight in N.S.W ? 5, 15, 23 Page. Straight Australian ? . .. 12 Not Conscription ? .'Impropah.' Clothes. . . -.Labor's Ignorance. . . . - A Staggered Prophet. ..... Class Legislation. 'The Vanguard' ? 12 The T urf ? ? ? 17 Victimised Unionists ? ? 2 Victoria : ? ? ? 9 Victorian Labor Items ? ? 8 CariooAS that Talk-Page I, 3 aad II. I 1 1 i ii ii 'III i i| i i i| 111 i. . . ..

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LIBERAL TACTICS IN WOOLLAHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

LIBERAL TACTICS IN WOOLLAHRA. Mr. Wade is very fond of complaining of unfairness on the part of his political opponents, but it will take liim some time to discover a case to match that of one of his supporters in Woollalira. In addition to being a prominent Liberal, Mr. Walter Rush is also an electoral officer, and, The Worker submits, should be forthwith re moved from an office that calls for at least a semblance of freedom from poli tical bias. The facts as related to The Worker are that on the 20th of August last Mr. Jas. McCarthy, Labor candidate for Woollahra, held a meeting from the balcony of Mrs. C. Gardiner's premises in Queen -street. A few days prior to the meeting a sign advertising speakers, etc., was posted on the balcony of Mrs. Gar diner's house. The morning following the exhibition of the poster, Mr. Rush, who collects the rental of the premises, sent an urgent message requesting Mrs. Gar diner's attendance at his office without delay. Upon arrival Mrs. Gardiner wa...

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AN UNSAVOURY TRANSACTION THE GLOUCESTER ESTATE. Mr. Wade's Final Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

AN UNSAVOURY TRANSACTION THE GLOUCESTER ESTATE. Mr. Wade's Final Answer. Under this heading, the 'Sun' (5/9/10) printed the following: — 'In closing the interview, Mr. Wade added: ' I have now done with this unsavory transaction, and those who care to pursue it can make what capital they like out of it.'' Coming from Sir. Wade, '? unsavory transaction ' as applied to the Gloucester Estate is specially interesting-, as he must without doubt be well qualified to speak owing to his early associaUon with the syndicate. The ' malicious slanders ' and 'wanton lies ' to which he is subjected by the Labor Party is the daily theme of this thin-skinned, parisli-pump politician; but the effect of the Avorst denunciation ever uttered by his political opponents must sink away into nothingness in face of such testimony as the above regarding the malodorous character of a political syndi cate with which, at its inception, Mr. Wade himself, together with such shining stars in the Liberal firmament ...

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

W — Ti TIP-XT^ Get your Truss from Longmores. You* cau absolutely depend on getting a well-made, perfect fitt ingTmss that will give support ex actly where it is needed — and you know how important that is. When ordering, kindly state natnre of rupture, aud give your measurement taken just below the top of the hip-bone Seli-tneasurement Chart post Iree on application, if desired. POST FREE, PRICES. Single Double The Pespla's Tnus ? 6/6 7/6 Th# People's Scrotal ? 12/6 17/6 Tha Perfect, leather covered 7/6 10/6 The Adjmtable, perfect fittine, B comfortable screw ad- I justing ? 12/6 17/6 I The Adjustable Scrotal ... 15/- 25/- I with extra large pads ... 30/- I I^cngmctes 185-7 Bourke St., MELBOURNE 8 Chemists Melbourne. 8 ^ ? ? L-R-W. Jq 5— — MM I ? II ?Bill !? I ?! fcPjSiT^nir^isi ii ?ill ? ? Hi in ii ii in in i aL^sl WHERE DOOT0RS | ARE FEW KEEP THIS ? NERVE -STRENGTHENING MEDICINE CLEMENTS TONIS — — — ? — ? i It has special claim to public I use because thousands bless ils | great ...

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

FISHIOH'S flHCFR POINTS PALMERWARDS I FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT. | — — govn^ jw.bi iiwwfiii— w serosa jj JUST A WHISPER— J We have no need to shoit about our Tailoring stock — just a p- plain statement that there are over 500 exclusive All Wool | Patterns in a Striking Harmony of New Colorings, strengthened || with Real Style Craftsmanship and Correct Dressiness. Just a whisper as to pri es — The Lowest Possible consistent with High Class Tailoring, and all Wool Fabrics. ^ We especially mention the New American Athletic Shouldered Model and the Latest English Natural Fitting 'Shoulders, which are the last word in distinctive modelling. Over twenty other styles are here for your |||| choosing — in fact, there is no style we cannot produce for your approval, and moderately priced and ' Tailored by a Fair House.' This concerns NEW 3-BUTTON £ * I jjgSMM SAC SUIT AT The pliotosrraphic illustration faithfully depicts one of our lat^t models. The cleverly fashioned coat has form fitting shoulde...

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