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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

I AM APOLOGY, j I Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new | BU1GON | Gcmifes & Otaffe-ff'S I (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool) f I we regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to j obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with j I Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. | j ' 15 MACQUAR1E STREET, SYDNEY. j _ ^/6hSEh^y I HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. ,h I Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. | i Jj. | » II I I J 1 II SMART SHEARING IS EASV | J Ml jl ii il J| J| II I WHEN YOU USE 1 Mnfttfm ' Comfes p Ml 11 11 iMlfc m lllijJi and I ?? Ontter« g WmM ^ a j, I I 'IIP® % price, 5d. each. | Sole Agents : | make. j geJit Sydney. ''j 'THEY'RE EASILY THE BEST.' - § - Ugkioaa. ' ? ? '''''' ? -/jjNION [-/ . §)LABEL» — ? ? is tlie Lg&lbel ; - YOU KNOW. WHAT IT STANDS FOR. . .v- It's on all Printing done at The Worker Office. t!'% .? SS It ||'YCI0FI LEAGUE AID UNION PRINTING? ?itiv. * , ? ? ? ? ..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLAPSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

[?] The Canberra Capital Site has been finally approved of.— News Item. WADE;— 'Me luck's out! I depended on walloping him with this sandbag, but the stuffm' has rua out of the -3um*.d (King at the critical moment!'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

j ^ jj. H. YOUNG & CO., LTD., | SHEARING CONTRACTORS; j , 8 SPRING ST., BKO to notify Pastoralists and Shearers tii.'it -Mi'. J. I',. YOUNG is no longer con j c*ti with this Company, and Mr. j P.TSRN'.MtD 1-l.OSIvINS has taken over the ! i-':t:re ?Jstaas''.vrnent.' Satisfaction guaranteed t - :;;1. - '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

I-—— — ?;.? .'*32^ W I HOW OUR MACHINES LAST. ' We received the following letter from Mr. S. Campbell, Oban, Cool atai, on the 30th August, and if you are going to invest in shearing machinery it will pay you to read it well, as it represents an actual test made under regular shearing conditions': — The ' Cooper ' machines and Fairbanks-Morse engine in stalled by you in' 1907 have given complete satisfaction, both to myself and the shearers. The hand pieces purchased in j 1.906 have shorn 12,000 sheep each, and the whole plant has not cost me one penny for duplicates.' Write for details of our offer of a complete installation for £100 _ « Engineering wjQOjPwMfr Oompaay, 10 YOUNG ST., SYDNEY.' . I e . E s inks- always ^ascs | MWittire ! 'iijyyyyrni gomes ||jy| I — - -,„.n Straight Back ^?Bcutters cm^ I ??? JSMW-VlttaeSS m I ? _ „ ~ Ordinary Cutter. | I ! W3/e each35' 1 St., Sydney, N S.W. Prices : J ? ? ' each' Straight Back, 1 I Postage extra. Federal Sheep Shearing Co., Ltd., 5/26....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. J. Devereux. Calimo. Workers were posted regularly. 1,1 1 'Sdi . Letters at ... Workuk office for — 1-. Cushel, W. H. Gilchrist, J. Mclnerney, A. Morgan, -—Woods. « # # The General Secretary acknowledges re ceipt of as. for the Fighting Kund from

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

VICTORIA - RIVERINA BRANCH. Started. — Curyo, Barooga, Camby Canya, Bullenbong, Terrick West, Tool's Creek, Glenloth Estate, Mullala, Serpentine Es tate, Arajoel, Cropwell, Spring .Valley, Kanera, Ganmain, Kywong, Pine , Lodge, Emu Plains,- Lorraine Park, Colombo Plains, Liewah, Mundowry, Lake Coorong, Tantallion. Glanville. . Cash Received. — J. Forbes, Paika, tickets £11 12s„ levy. £16; I-I. Poynter, ;.Goree, tickets £10 19s. 6d., levy £7; E. Callag lian, Wandook, - tickets £ 14 0s. 6d., levy £ 8 ; W. Goddard, The Grange, tickets £.S 14s. 6d., levy £3; J. Ryan, Butterwah, tickets £8 6s., levy £8; J. Williams, Mur ray Downs,, tickets £17 14s., levy £20; T. Watkins, Yanga, tickets £24 17s. 6d., levy £14; -J. Molloy, ^ Bundj^lumbla, £1 15s.; R. C. Stillman,, Gore'e, tickets £6 10s. 6d., levy £11; G. Barnes, Toganrriain, ?tickets £30 lis. 6d., levy £21; M., O'Brien, Mulberrygong, tickets £2 8s. 6d., - levy £2 10s. (second instalment); J. Williams, Woodsomeless, tickets £13 4s. 6d., le...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATION HANDS' CONDITIONS A REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

j STATION HANDS' CONDITIONS A A REPLY. I Dear Worker, — In- your issue of August 21 last, under 'Station Hands' Conditions;' James Robertson 'writes, as follows: — 'I have been working oh Breiida station for upwards of 12 months; I spent nothing in liquor, yet when leaving I had £ 15 to draw. The rest went for ' clothes and txtra rations. Of the latter the ' station' lave only 81b. flour,' 21b. sugar, 'lib., tea/. an sneep, and 3/ilb.' baking , powder.' I regret to have to refute such lies. Robert son worked for me from March 17, - 1909,' to January 22, 1010, boundary riding, aridj during this time drew in money £53 7s. ! M-i stores being 'is. 4 d.— tobacco,., soap, I tod matches. I never restricted him to i 'tss rations than he required, and extra i e rece'ved every week, such a's. lie wished i to select. Vegetables he got 'as ni'any as I . 6 could use -by. going to, the garden, for | em. As regards Avorking men, I value | e services of good men, and. always do] ^ best to make them...

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WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

I WILGANNIA. f Rep. Wilson reports Cbpago started I Sept. 9; all hands financial. ''Rep, Sharp | reports the same of Coolaman. Mina | Murtee 'started Sept. 15 (hand)/ For lack/ ! of rain they could not shear at the- shed, f no water being there, so they are again fatBayniore under bough'sheds. Goonalga ! flia Tnn tro foom ' Qont 9.0. 010.1 10 '\fC11 L,Ilt viitjcv wvuiii i' y* w-t.ff I Billilla cut out there was a farewell social | to commemorate the . last yeai' of hand ! shearing:, there. The music was supplied I by the Coleman family, and dancing /was | kept up till morning.- Jack Brown, the | cook, supplied the refreshments ? of tea, j cocoa, etc. Some of our old warriors quite surprised their . mates the . way they ' b.eat . theflure,' Frank Thomas is getting .along | all right, and wants to get back to the i colt that caused the accident and level I ? v . ? I tilings up. Mr. Vandenberg, after a resi | dence of 40 years here, leaves, with his | family for Mildura. They all are g...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAORILAND SHEARERS' DISPUTE. CHRISTCHURCH, 15 Sept., 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

MA0RILAND SHEARERS' DISPUTE. ?CHRISTCHURCH, 15 Sept., 1910. During-, the last week things have been humming, and. those who are in the know can see a- big fight looming in the very near future. As reported previously, an agreement was made by both parties to refer the matters in dispute in the Can terbury district to the three Conciliation Commissioners, both parties agreeing to accept the finding of the Commissioners as D1JJII1I1S. XI1C UlViiCiS. ncivt, nunovc i, made repeated efforts to back-down from this 'understanding, sometimes on one ex cuse, sometimes on another, and some times on none. . At last the Commission ers did come to Christchurch prepared to hear evidence and make their finding. Then the employers made their last stand: that they would decline to go on Avith'the proceedings until they got, a further, agree- ment that the Executive., of . .the. .union would not do anything to prevent , shear ers working for less than 20s. should th® award be for less than that amoun...

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BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. Started: Belaley, East Lynne, Cona paix-a, Dumossa, Murrawombie, Henley, Mo-fint Harris, Wilga Downs (Byrock), Iron Barks, Derra Derra, 'Brenda, Burren Junction, Colstoun, t Dowra, Long Arm, Mobinbry, Mooculta, North Lynne, The Braes, Woodlands, Wongabindi, : Yanda, Fort Bourke, Yagonie, Bulgoo', . Kaytoun, Kamilaroi, Nilera, Wallangambone, Bum ble, Brigalow Park, Beethoven, __Callan doon, Myall Park. ' , Cut Out: Brindiftgabba, . Bundabulla, East, 'Mount- Murchison, Bililla, Bedooba, Cleavlands,: Moongulla, Cryon, Merungle, Gil Gil, Kergunyah; Beemery, Nealy, Gravesent, . .Yallaroi, Milrea,, Glenmore, Gingie, Loowood, Dungaleer, Merriwa, Baroma,. 'Durumbral, Marfield, Mulga warrina, 1 Mayvale,- Lower Quambone, Bonaldon, -Culpataro, Wilderness, Kal lara. . Cash for Tickets arid Levies: T. Shep herd, Toorale, £140 7s: 9d. ; S. Nightin gale, Mount Murchison, 5s.; A. Titrley, Bilila, acc. Cooke, .£13 14s.; C. Peacock, Albermarle, acc. Cooke, £11 3s.;. . W. McCulloeh, ' A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

THE WORKER. Business Address:' 129 Bath urst Street, Sydney, Printed ana published by Hector Lamond, © f ' Naralu,' Springdale Road, . Killara, for ? and on behalf of the Australian 'Workers' Union, in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, at 'The Worker' Office, ; 1 29 Bathurst-street, Sydney, N.S.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. Within, the --Commonwealth. Yearly ? ? 5/ Half- Yearly ? ? ? 2/6 Outside the Commonwealth. ' Year Only in Advance. N.Z., Papua, and Fiji ? 7/2 U.K., U.S.A* and elsewnere ? 9/6 . A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. The Two Editions will be posted to the same address at the follov/ing rates: Year Only in Advance. Within the Commonwealth ...... 7/6 N.Z., Papua. Fiji ? 9/6 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewhere ? ? 12/ Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all 'Business Communications to be addressed to The Manager. HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc.) should be addresse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

SEND IN YOUR SUP. . The term covered by Ths. Worker Slip* attached to last year's A.W.U. tickets hit® now expired in many cases, and members ar« reminded that the new slips must be sent in promptly- If there is a black mark in tlia margin it indicates that your term is up and that the new slip should be sent along if you require us to continue sending the paper. The' mark will be placed upon two consecu tive copies, after which the paper will not be. sent unless the current yoa.v'& Slip ha» been received at tbe office; please attend to it at once. It may happen that an odd paper may be marked in error ; in such catet members are requested to write immediately to The Wobkek JHDv Manager, 129 Bathurst street', Sydney. A mem- y/ ber forwarding a neir/ slip should state J&r* tner his name

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LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

LEVY FOB LABOR DAILY ' IMPORTANT NOTICE. While, so far as the season has gone, nearly the whole of our members have been loyally paying up their levies for the 'Labor Daily' in their, first sheds, there yet have been instances where some have refused to do so. The levy was imposed by a huge major ity vote of the members .themselves, and it is to be regi'etted that there is even one. ' member in our midst prepared to violate Union principles by frying to evade pay ment. For the information of such, -therefore, we would quote section 68 of the Com monwealth Conciliation . and Arbitra tion Act of 1904. This is the * section: ' All fines, levies, or dues payable to an organization by any mem ber- therepf under its rules may, in so far as they are owing for any period of mem bership subsequent to the registration or proclamation of the organization, be sued 'for and recovered in the name of the or- , ganization in any Court of summary jur isdiction constituted by a PPlice, Stipen-* diary...

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CUT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

GUT OUT. Tonderbrine, Gular. — J. Lindley. * # ? ' . Keri Keri, Moulamein. — A. D. Allan. ? ft- * # Calimo lias cut out.— J. Devereux. * ' # # Calooma,' I-Iebel, Q. — George Mclnnes. ' ' ' - «= ^ * ? Collymongle cut out Sept. 6. — II.' Gray Rep. ? * * * . v- ' ... Tooloon- will cut out about Sept.' 20.— F. W. Press. Willurah will cut out Sept. 15. — M. McCormack. # * * ' Benduck cut- out Sept. 32. — Thos.. Kirwan, Rep. \ * * . ' Coppymurrumbilla cut out Sept. 14.— I-I. Reeves, Rep. Gunnible shed will cut out Sept. 17. — W. Edwards, Rep. * . ?#: ' Dundoo, West Wyalong, cut out Sept. 10. j — J. Howard,. Rep. . . . ' | . ♦ r] I-Iuntsgrove, Manilla, cut out Sept. 13. — Ronald White, Rep. . * * ' . * Zara will- cut Sept. 14, after 6 weeks' cutting. — W. P. O'Neill, Rep. ? * * - ?: Urawilkie; Coonamble, will cut out Sept. 14.— J. H._ Jacobson, Rep. * # . # . Doreen cut out Sept. 7. All took tickets but one, who said he would renew in the next shed. — J. J. Dorin'g, Rep, # * # Lachlan Down...

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BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 16th TO 30th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

? v ? BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 16th TO 30th SEPTEMBER. Cowl Cowl, Hillstonj 30, M, 51,000 Glen Eden, Collarenebri, 5, M, 9000 Clylie, Moree, 5, M, 13,000 j Lissington, Engonnia, 16, M, 40,000 Glenmore. Moomair Flat, 6, M, 13,5.00 ' Raytoun,' Attunga, 15, M, 21,500 Limebon, Boggabilla, 6, M, 13,500 Derra Derra, Bingara, 8, M, 12,000 Hartwood, Nymagee, 6, M, 12,500 Narraway, Coonamble; 10, M, 17,000 Keelendi, Somerton, 4, M, 8000 Glencoe, Bingara, 5, M, 13,000 Tellerega, Moree, 10, M, 23,000 Mascotte, Narrabri, 10, M, 15,500 Hibernia, Warialda, 4, M, 20,000 Deeside, Limbri, 4, M, 4000 Stuartville, Boomi, 8, M, .10,500 ? Glen Emu, Oxley, 8, M, 6604 . j Lower Lila, Fords' Bridge, 11, M, 20,000 j Cobbadah, IBarraba, 8, M, 10,300 J Bell's Mountain, Barraba, 4, H, 5700 Minargo, Collarenebri, 6, M, 12,000 Nymagee, Nymagee, 11, H, 10,800 Fair View, Hatfield, 8, H, 7400 , i Colstoun, Gunnedah, 6, M, 6000 Canoon, Hay, 20, M, 33,500 Howlong, Cai-rathool, 16, M, 24,500 Lily View, Bingara, 4, M, 2000 ...

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

STARTED. | ' Fairview, . Wyalong, started Sept.' 9. — Joseph Cooper. , # # * Colstoun, Gunnedah, roll called Sept. 13, ' Full -handed. — Sam Turnbull, Rep. '. # # ? * Long Arm, Barraba; 18 men. Will be; here about four weeks/ — E. Quinn,' Rep. ? & * , # Gournama, Warialda, started shearing Sept. 13; about 26 men. — D. E. Robert son, Rep. ' '' ? ' . # ? Redbanlc, Jugiong, started Sept.. 8. Forty ' shed hands. Duncan . McLaren, Slied ''Hands' Rep. # # # ! Bumble, Gurley Siding, started Sept.' 1. Six shearers and six shed hands. Blade ched.— George Nelson, Rep. # * * Pine Lodge, Tocumwal, started Sept. S; 12 shearers and 8 shea hands.— Ellis Moffatt, Shed Hands' Rep. .# # # Malaraway, Bellata, started Sept. 14. All ? financial, and a good lot of chaps. . About 25 men all told. — A. L. McNamee. . . * .. . : * # Berrembed started Sept. 10, with only seven shearers out of 13 and 11 shed hands.— J. French, Shed Hands' Rep. # # # Alice Downs, Moree, started Sept. 13; 1000 to 10,000 ...

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BAU MEAT AT BENEREMBAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

BA»j iVl SI A I Al The Benerembah shed hands for some time expressed dissatisfaction 'with the meat supplied them, and on September 12 it iyas so bad that I was- instructed to complain to the station manager. The latter'-sv reply was indeed gentlemanly: 'If ? you 'can't eat it, don't eat it.' ' The shed hands then unanimously retusea to work until they obtained satisfactory assurances that good meat would be sup plied. They were then approached by the boss of the board who who told them he was about .to ring the bell and if they did not appear in the shed they were liable for breaking' their agreement. I replied that the agreement as to rations had first been broken. . The shearers shore one sheep each and were then rung off. A few minutes later the station manager gave w ajr and guaranteed that care would be taken in future to supply better meat. ? Work was then resumed. The manager had tried bounce, but had had to ack knowledge failure. May I add that it 'was my pleasure5 to be ba...

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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNti J? .Some members have been inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed Labor Daily shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall be Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union owned and controlled. To give the other Unions a.' -chance to come in it is imperative that the scheme shall be based upon company lines.' Com- - ^ pany law requires that a certain number of persons shall' join/ together to .enable, ? ' ? a company to be formed in the first in stance. To comply with this law it has* been deci.ded that a certain number of, approved persons may come in as founda tion members. The total amount of cash they may pay in only amounts to £100 out of a total of £ 100,000, and the voting power is- based on the money paid in, so that it should, be clear they will not have the' slightest power to influence the con-, tr'ol which the Unions, for whom are reserved the £99,900 worth of -shares#, will have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. IAW.U. AGENTS and ORGANIZERS can J\. earn money by canvassing for advertise ments for this column. For particulars, write WORKER MANAGER, 129 BATHURST STREET, SYDNEY. NEW SOUTH WALES. . ADAMINABY. ? ' 'A TJSTRALIAN HOTEL'. Best Accom. Jf\- Only Union House in Town. George West. ALBURY. AT SLOEY'S SALUTATION HOTEL Visitors will find Every Comfort. ? CLUB 'HOTELS DANIEL CARMODY, Proprietor. Best Accommodation. JE. PERCY, Men's Mercer, Clothier, I-Iattei\ , Tailoring on Premises. Fit Guaranteed. : gTONE'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Kiewa St. Workers^ House. Unionists welcome. . TJHONSTON, Federal HolelT ' Best Accom! . Me nib ers &_Travell i ng Public. Free St big. . T' [JOS. RYAN, MARKET HOTEL, Albury. , Best Wines. Spirits, and Ales. ARIAH PARK. STEWART & HUTHWA1TE for Drapery. Boots, Groceries, and Ironmongery.^ ARMIDALE. A FACT WORTH KNOWING. RAMSAY'S ROYAL Can't B Beat. ? 1 A McDONALD, Tailor, Beardy' St., Armi . dale. No' puff needed, \voijk speaks. Aus...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are to continue 'working under the terms of the present Arbitration a\yard until such time ias the 'claim Which , is now. being made for an alteration is dealt with by the Court. It is hoped - the Court will determine the matter before the shearing1 is far ad vanced. ?In any engagements members may en ter into extending over a lengthy period, they should make a condition that any ?work done after the award of the Court has been given shall be paid for at the rates specified in sunli award. 0 W. G.. SPENCE, President. DONALD MACDONELL. Gen. Sec. 'A Corner in Water' hides an economic moral in fictioiial guise. Ah ice-breaker. Post free, 1/3. . ! ,' ? =» ? 3= - * ? . Prepare for war and you will get what1 you look for. Prepare for peace and you j will' get that. There fs no reason for aj nation to go armed in order to secure .tranquility than there is in an individual toting a gun — ' Appeal to Reason.'

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