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EASTS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

EASTS AGAIN. Notwithstanding the recent heavy rain, the 'Agri' was in a fairly good condition, and, despite the fact tiiat parts of the ground were patchy, Eastern Suburbs' backs possessed too much pace for the Westerners. Messenger's goal-kicking was a star feature of the game. The two tries scored by speedy Cubitt aroused much en thusiasm. Norman's defence was, as usual, exceptionally sound.* Final scores: East ern Suburbs, 19 ; Western Suburbs, 10.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liverpool Grand National. FAVORITE WINS GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

Liverpool Grand National. FAVORITE WINS GREAT CROSS COUNTRY EVENT. English papers to hand give details of the running of the Liverpool Grand Na tional, in which there were twenty-two starters. The topweight, Poethlyn (favor ite, at 11 to 4), won easily from the third favorite, Ballyboggan (9 to 1), while Pollen, who shared fourth place in the betting with Pay Only, at 14 to 1, was third. Loch Alien and Shaun Spadah, each at 33 to 1, -were fourth and fifth respec tively. Prior to the race there was no parade in the paddock, and 3ust when the horses were lining up at the starting post saow and sleet began to drive across the course. The jockeys were ordered toack to the pad-dock to await -events, and when they came out again the snow was gone .and the sun was shining'. Poetlilyn wa« always well up, and, ?de- spite his 12.7, he -drew dear three fences from home, eventually winning as he pleased. PoettoTyn could liave .gone to 3ie front at any part of the last two miles, and he received...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

? *&te». ; . ;..'! Tills year's V.TUC. -Cfrkfla National Steeplechase will fee worth dE«00.9 nf added; money, «ad Mil -be the richest .cross country -©Tent *ver decided in Australia. The Australian Steeplechase, to 'be ' run at' CauWielfltm Saturflay, Aueast 9, wtH carry a prize ef £1759. h - '?? : ? * . # .# ... Zeudolph, a four-year-«ia BiareTfey Ba%a-' iil'lfronj Zaca, moenlly radns: in Spdney.) has joined file team of P. K. Padfield at Caulfield. Zadolph is to be educated to the jumping -business, and looks like being a. success in that ?department «t tSe game. - ? * ♦ « i Tiie VJR.C ias preparefl a form for the: leasing Of nweberses, and «» use *f «fefc officM £erm is asm »ecessaty. Ehe Bales of Racine require that ev«cjr lease of, or l-artnershlp agreement relating to, a race horse tralnea to: raced to Victoria shall be lodged for registration with UWVJtC. The preparation- of a standard form will probably obviate the frequent disputes Hiat arise in this connection. ' ?...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

DISHONEST DEALINGS IN In the evidence, jrivpii. .before the Bqpt' Couiniissioii'-t V«ts; shovrn^l'ia-t'-the^'pfJiJlic Wiis . being expioi'ted, sirid' the' Commis sioner , reported accordingly to the Go-' vernmeut, but so far nothing has been done. Minalian Bios., Boot Manufacturers and Retailers, gave startling evidence against the systems, and were afterwards com plimented on their honest dealings. . The Finn has tjvo City Shops. 150 PITT STREET and 301 PITT STREET, where ? splendid displays of Ladies'- and Gent.'s Boots and Slioes may be seen. ? : ' ' .' . . . - ' *_ . .' -. ?*- ? The prices are the lowest, for all mid dlemen's profits are cut but through 'sell- ing direct to customers. '????? \- . For the latest models, workmanship, solid wear, and genuine value go to ; . - ? MINAHAN feROS. FOR FOOTWEAR. NOTE. All reports and literary matter should be addressed to the Editor, 'The Labor News.' Macdonell House, 321 Pitt-street, Sydney, and business -communications and remit tances...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

Newcastle Cup. TaBcittff .change at *he distance, Mount Alt «CA. Wood) Twon tlie Newcastle Cuj-' on Wednesday by ;a head from tke top weight, Kennaquhair (McLachlan), with Ladftie iH»e -Hourigan) in the minor; position. ; At the «toeing -of 'quotations the betting1 :was 5 to 1 against Carbern, 7 to 1 Ama feonla, Thana, or Ciceroi, 8 to 1 Kenna ?quhair, 10 to 3 Mount -Alf, 14 to 1 QEally iHo or Kephaldol, 16 to 1 Red Cardinal, W to 1 Laddie Blue. 25 .to 1 Lothian, ^Double Strength, or Rosewalk, 33 to 1 CBrian or JCing Stttebon, 60 to 1 others. Mount aJslson and Mount AW g»-e itrouble at the barrier. Ciceroi, Carixern, 1and Laddie Blue showed out first in. front ,, , or King Ribbon, 60 to a ottrere. Leaving the iEtaaigtat Latbiaai was in 'front of Laddie Blue, CarbBrn, Parfiimi \CHrl, Brian, and Ciceroi. At the seven furlongs Persian Girl ran up to the leaders. At the six furlongs 'Lothian was in itamt of Brian, Taily-Ho. i Carbern, Ciceroi, Persian Girl, Laddie ' * ptue, and King RiU...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

11 REMEMBER '. ? - ; k i men you get Clements Tonic B you get Good Health, too Hi'- It is the One Well Tried Splendid Medicine H| for Weak Nerves, Want of Sleep, Debility H ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES ?ip SELL IT EVERYWHERE BJfc GET IT TO-DAY AND GET WELL

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spring Events. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

Spmg Eva»u. ^ ^The ftominatlone made in connection /-with tlie^Sg Spring events show no JaU li^ */-'.? -??? .::: '???: ing off of interest in' the racing business. The first of the hie handicap events jvliich will attract attention is the Epsom handicap, one mile, to be run on the first lay of -the A-J.C. Spring meeting. It has enticed 176 ?entries, as against 178 last pear, and of these 22 were contributed toy Victorian owners. The Metropolitan, of Wftii) sovm. 11 miles, has 153, while test year the total was 170. Include^ in these im portant events -are to toe found the names af Biplane, Keanaquliair, Paiiacre. Green stead, Lingte, R&bUK, Wiiitefield, Woiaroi, Detignc, Arch Marelia, Finmartc, The for tune Hunter, Prince Viridis, and Publi can. Included in the Interstate -entries are Outlook, Dnnwii, Tragic Star, Trillion, Sir Ibex, and Clever Jim. Poitrel lias been nominated for the Mel bourne Cup, for wliich Sydney's contribu tion numbered 114. Among other pro minent cand...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Death of Luke Jones. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

The Death of Luke Jones. \ i 7J 'For the cause alone is worthy \i Till the good days bring the best.' 4 . Luke Jones is dead. After months of the most agonising of sicknesses that has, attended him since the time of his return! from Melbourne, the brilliant young ex-* ponent of Revolutionary Socialism has gone from our midst for ever. It is hard to believe that he is gone— 5 Luke, the fresh-faced, handsome, blacks haired Luke Jones, whose ..name for Ions has been a household word in the world of Socialism! Luke Jones, who only the. other day was wont to lean from bis plain form in the Domain, and with that trei mendous intensity of his tell to his class of a day of deliverance from the thraldom of Capital! Luke Jones, whose pen waa second to pone in the biting satire of its relentless denunciation of sham and hypo* crisy! - ,i At his late home a large number of comrades gathei-ed ere proceeding to the cemetery to observe the last sad rites ac-- corded him. The long procession was he...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT SELECTIONS. Randwick. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

[?] SELECTIONS. Randwick. Hurdle ftac*. Blue Leaf ? 1 Goohangledene ? 2 Scoutmaster ? 3 Novice Handicap. , ? Lord Disgrace ? 1 PartUos ? 2 : St. Kitts ? 3 First Steeplechase. ; Jack Rice ? ; ? 1 '? Glenquinn ? 2 Compromise ? ? 3 First Nursery Handicap. Sweet Rosaleen ? 1 Arran ? 2 Remington ? 3 i June Stakes. Amberdown ? 1 Willie Ploma ? ? 2 i Hem ? 3 dtesmere Handicap. j Vatioo ? 1 I Belanara ? 2 ! SVoorawa ? 3 i

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LEAGUE OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

THE LEAGUE OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP. ? The body with this pretentious title had an article in the last issue (31/5/'19) of 'The Labor News,' entitled 'Evolution and Revolution.' This two-column pronouncement was paid for as an advertisement, which con siderably added to our pleasure in giving this institution an opportunity of stating its case for public recognition. This document started off with a quo tation from Karl Marx, the famous In ternational Socialist, but the writer omitted to state that h'is organisation hates Karl JMarx and all his works like poison. The quotation is that 'The workers have nothing to lose but their chains,' and the implication is that during the seventy years that have elapsed since that notable utterance the workers have lost their chains. Then follows a catalogue of the reforms and palliatives which have been since ob tained, from the abolition of negro slavery in America down to the old-age pensions and maternity allowance enacted in Aus tralia. It is not...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The A.J.C. Meeting. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. SATURDAY, JUNE 7. FIRST HURDLE RACE—About 2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

Tfee A.J.C. Meeting. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. SATURDAY, JUNE 7. FIRST HURDLE RACE— About 2 miles. st 1b st 11/ Basil K ? 12 7 Goonangledene 10 ©' Jack Rice ... 12 5 Scoutmaster . 9 13 ; Montauk .... 11 4 MouniwoGu . . 9 1 ; Graplione ? 11 0 Blue Leaf .... 9 5j Plymouth ... 10 9 Burrabogi .... S H King: Mostyn 10 2 NOVICE HANDICAP— 1 mile. , Tressady Maid 9 0 Ara-na-ree ... 7 12 Niveile ...... 8 9 Hanny ? 7 12 Margate ...... 6 'S Perseus ? 7 32 Partiios ...... 8 5 H.T.L. ? 7 11 Lord Disgrace. « 4 Du]wich Hill . 7 3-0, pjiublai Khan. 8 4 ? Belinda ? 7 7 Piargea ? 8 4 Euiolie ? 7 5 Native Belle .. S 4 Cainyrrah --..7 i Tressfoil ? S 3 St. Kitts ? 7 2 Jennie B ? 8 0 Ballet Queen ..7 0 fecytfliioti ? « 0 Don Roberto . 6 7 Lady Lillian . 7 13 FIRST STEEPLECHASE— Almt 2£ miles. Jack Rice ? 12 12 Grey Flyer . . 10 8 . Glenquinn ... 11 7 Coominya .... 10 7' Compromise ..11 C Kenerette ... 10 4 Bweet Step . . 11 4 Lerwick ..... 9 0 FIRST NURSERY .HANDICAP— 5 fur. . Nautch Girl ..9 9 Sir Roger ? 7 C...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDITORIAL. THE CASE OF PAUL FREEMAN. A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY. PUBLIC OPINION WINS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

EDITORIAL THE CASE OF PAUL FREEMAN. A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY. PUBLIC OPINION WINS OUT. The main facts concerning the depor tation of Paul Freeman have become so well known to the public through the agi tation of the last few days, that there is no need to dwell on the details of this latest crime of Militarism. The 'Labor News' published the main facts of this case some weeks ago in a letter from Percy Brookfield at the time the Sonoma reached San Francisco on her last voyage. '- .-..????? The cable message appearing in all our dailies announcing the refusal of the American authorities to allow him to land attracted little or no attention, although Lhe gross injustice of the incident was as abvious to the intelligent reader then as now. ? - Unfortunately, we are of such dull imagination that no injustice of evil of any kind touches our souls until forced upon us by some dramatic appeal. THE HUNGER STRIKE A NECESSITY. This was supplied by the victim him self in his determined 'hunger...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Resources of Queensland 18 Millions of Acres Available for New Settlers MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. OSTRICH RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

! The Resources of Queensland 18 ? ? - I Millions of Acres Available for New Settlers ; MOST LIBERAL LAND LAWS IN THE COMMONWEALTH. 1 OSTRICH RAISING. ?r In various portions of the State con |» Aitions are decidedly favorable for lift % Successful carrying on of ostrich farming }a on a. much larger scale than is the case ¥ at present. Official returus show that % there were three breeders of ostriches in p 1937, the total flocks numbering only 10. L Mi T. Behan, of Garfleld Station, Jericho {Central Queensland), is the largest breeder. There are only two other breed ers in the State — one at Crow's Nest, in the Toowooinba district (Darling Downs), and one in Brisbane (South Queensland). The breeder at Crow's Nest has four birds. According to the opinion of an expert breeder, ostriches pay : better than sheep, though they require three times a greater area of country. It is stated that a hen Wid lays about 60 eggs during the year, and that one pair of breeders will, on an acre of luc...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Study in Capital Value. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

A Study in Capital Value. ?'? III. ; (Correction. — The word 'former' in the thirteenth jline in article No. II. should read 'latter.') All forms of exploitation, including in come earned through the private owner ship of real capital — machines, buildings, etc. — may be exchanged from one ex ploiter to another by the sale of the title to the annual inc*ome. The more import ant forms of exploitation, apart from capital, are derived through ownership of unfunded national debt ., and land values. Funded debt, it must be remem bered, represents capital controlled by the States, but owned by the bondholders. Therefore, it does not come under the category we are now considering. The power to enjoy income without giv ing in return the use of capital or labor is derived from so-called 'rights' which have a market value. This is the capital value ? mentioned in the last article, which is derived solely from the income. Any interference with the .enjoyment of this income reacts on the capita...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

WHEN YOU SET SAIL FOR SHOPPING Be prepared for a Rough Sea wlicn you journey to Shopping this Winter. REM1DMBER the poet who wrote 'Any old port in a storm' wasn't thinking of the'Sliops of to-day, who take your order and send the work to he made under factory conditions. HE who .Plays Safe Steers for the : Harbor of Honesty and Good Value English & Co.'s Suits -to- Measure represent tliat harbor of safety, because they are made by men in our own work . . room under true tailoring- conditions. SUITS TO MEASURE, FROM £5/5/ . . NOTE. — We send no work out to any, factory. ENGLISH & OO. TAILORS AND MERCERS 752 George Street, Haymarket

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

SEE THAT YOUR NEWS AGENT DISPLAYS THE 'LABOR NEWS' POSTER. IT'S IMPORTANT.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Searchlig[?] [?]hts A SONG OF NATIONALIST RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

in 'ffihffl [?] A SONG OF NATIONALIST RESIGNATION. The Holmanites profess to be perfectly satisfied with the results of the recent elections. In fac.-j this is the sort of song they should sing: , . Are we downhearted? No! This Is our; crowning hour! . Why fear the people's toe While we are still in power? . We still can grasp a little loot Before the coming of the boot! Are we downhearted? No! ' . Though we are roundly blamed. We wobble to and fro, ? And cannot feel ashamed! The licking we must shortly get In a mild way we shall regret. . Are we downhearted? No! Though darkly sets our sun, Our perfect failures show The crimes we left undone. .Why should we wear a visage sad? We might have been three times as bad! Are we downhearted? No! Well, just a little sick . Our tortured feelings grow In waiting, for the kick. It grates upon the jangled nerve To get at once what you deserve. Are we downhearted? No! To sorrow man was born. We bow, and even so We meet the public scorn — Ah, well...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WORKS." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

'WORKS.' My cheerful ink-stained soul It irks :.al To hear my jokes described as 'works''-^-* '.$$M A word that has a rusty edge ''HI And only suits a bucket dredge. 19 A creaking crane set up on high ..- -vipM Lifting a ton towards the sky, .'? . ? 3lsH While some bloke with a whistle Bmlrta-CffjiM That's what I see when they saw 'workaA' *JH When a pretty xroma,n is sad every ifel-js|l low wants to comfort her; but an 1*e)s£fi woman in tears makes men long to pushH|j| ber under a tram, . -: '-1« 'The Cynic': Isn't it extraordinary how||| long you can live next door to people] J| without knowing what they are likeJ'J Some night I'll set fire to the adjoining* ?| house 'and see whom I am living next tio~~ '| * ? ? ? . VH*| 'Five Per Cent.': Have you a. friend .ojr^pj acquaintance you want to get rid of? Taka^j || him by the arm, O my brother, and ehVim him to lend you money. ? ; ?S * * ? - :'/?l| *Walk Home': When a war loan : is 3 being floated the workers are urged;:to.4 'Give til...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ruskiniana. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 7 June 1919

Ruskiniana. Let the upper classes speak the truth about themselves jjpldly, and they 'will, know how to 'defend 'themselves' fearlessly . It is the equivocation in principle, and dereliction from duty, which melt at last into tears in a mob's presence. # * . # ? No form of government is of any use among bad men; and any form will work in the hands of the good; but the essence of all government among good men is this, that it is mainly occupied in the PRO DUCTION AND RECOGNITION OF HUMAN WORTH, and in the detection and extinction of human unworthiness; and every Government which produces and recognises worth will also inevitably use the worth it has found to govern with. # * * A knave's religion is always the rot tenest thing about him. # # * I hold it for indisputable, that the first duty of a State is to see that every child born therein shall be well housed, clothed, fed, and educated, till it attain years of discretion. But in order to the effecting this the Government must have ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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