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THE SAME OLD GAG. "DAILY TELEGRAPH'S" SPECIOUS PLEA FOR THE PASTORALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE SAME OLD GAG. 'DAILY TELEGRAPH'S' SPECIOUS PLEA FOR THE PASTORAL I ST. The Man on the Land, who is probably in reality a Man on a Chair in the 'D.T.' office, writes nearly a column in that paper in deprecation of Labor's land polics'. 'Great as the strides have been in the agricultural industry of New South Wales,' says th^ wiseacre, 'it must always play second fiddle to the pastoral ; i industry for the reason that the bulk of j the land is suitable to the latter only, | even should the water supply be double what it is to-day.' This is the same old cunning yet shal ; low argument that was worked for all | it was worth and a ctaal more when free selection was first proposed in New South Wales and Victoria. It has, however, long been given the lie by practical evi dence in every division of Australia. The Mallee district of Victoria, for example, (remained for scores of years a rabbit and dog infested waste of stunted scrub, 1 -where even the squatter found it impossi ble to mak...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

I buy YOUR BOY A BROWNIE, j I 1 The Brownies are splendid Cameras, made by the famous Eastman Com- I I J pany, and are almost Kodaks. Simplicity is their keynote, and it is | j B really remarkable what excellent pictures they produce. They are light, . I 8 compact and convenient, taking the popular films, and thus doing away I I I with the darkroom. The No. 2 Brownie Camera is equipped with two | I £ finders, has a capacity of six exposures, a Meniscus lens, ah Eastman 4 I 1 rotary shutter, and takes pictures 2 M x 3% inches. Price is 10s. of all | | i dealers; or if direct, postage, 9d.extra. 1 if ♦ Will you call in and see the Brownies, or write at once for the 4 I 8 Kodak Catalogue? Your boy will like the Camera alright. M I ? a a H* ¥ 7' J 1 ¥ 379 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. fj 1 a ([S'fEkllSiSlL lrWOd£kf$.a JLrftd., And at Melbourne, Brisbane, « it 1 U Incorporating Baker & Rouse Prop., Ltd., - Adelaide, and Wellington, N.Z. | WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS IN OUR COLUMNS. S HLW...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW BOOK BY LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

NEW BOOK BY LAWSON. ' The Rising of the Court,'' by Henry Lawson, is .a book of sketches in prose and verse, most of which' have appeared in Australian periodicals. (Angus and Robertson. Is., postage '3d.) In a prefatory note the author rejoices* in the fact that in this present, publication he- has been able to print his work/ witnout euiionai toning down, condensing, or mutilating.' There is something to ;be said for -tlie touchers-up \of 'manuscript; but it is true that i. Lawson's work has- often buffered, though it has sometimes gained, by .'the al terations' of others. ?- Adequate amendment of any writer's work demands almost as much time as original writing, and few of those who have the , duty, of revising manuscripts can or will give such time to work that in ' the main is thankless and unrecognised. (I have seen manu scripts of which the mere - editor ' was really the author, making dry bones live.Y Sometimes, however, the revisers of manuscript are further handicapped by ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRITERS AND ARTISTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

WRITERS AND ARTISTS' - UNION. The second meeting of the Australian Writers and Artists' Union, held at the, Sydney Trades Hall last Friday, was well atte'nded by representatives of the various departments of journalism and blackand white art, and sundry matters brought forward showed tliat belief in the need for the Union was steadily spreading in jour nalistic circles. A constitution and rules Avere adopted, and a number ...of new mem bers were enrolled. It was resolved to meet fortnightly at the Trades Hall. The next meeting will.be held on Friday, Sep tember 30, at 8 p.m., when nominations will be received for the filling of the offices now. held pro tem. Journalists, - ? miscellaneous writers, illustrators, and commercial artists are invited to join the Union. Particulars /may be had from Harold Mercer, secretary pro tem., Trades Hall, Sydney. ? v On the question arising as to' whether ? members of this journalistic Union should be allowed to report the meetings for their respec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

T eething TROUBLES can be CURED by SCOTT'S Emulsion which is not a medicine that merely gives temporary re lief, Scott's Emulsion per manently cures all forms of teething trouble. Hundreds of parents have written to say their children were cured of teething trouble by Scott's Emulsion. For example, Mrs. W. Des Jardines wrote, 2nd June, 1909, from 4, Grove Street, Balmain, Sydney, N.S.W.: 'My two children were very peevish and restless while teething, and I had almost to force Eva to eat. After a few doses of Scott's she began to cat heartily, and fnow both children are putting on flesh — Thomas, nine months, weighs 21 lb., and Eva, 2\ years, 2i stone— and looking the picture of health. They arc cutting their teeth without any trouble, and are asgood tempered as they were cross before. This trademark was on the emulsion I bought.' If you wish to cure teething trouble, and decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S EMULSION. You may be asked to buy another emul sion an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

J. T. WALKER, 23 STURT ST., BALLARAT . Pianos (Best Makers). Furniture (European Made) CASH OR TERMS. ? ? J 'fid o is raiJ~~m eTdio Ail'1 iih^xixuxS'.' ' All Diseases Treated Advice and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including {sugars xr»j. «» by Dr. MALONEY, Swgeon, Th. Worker^Bu i^ding, ^Russell '^Street (op positfKmff' The,'.)'? M.lb.urnfc_ THE CENTRAL HOTEL/, 139 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. JAMES FLKNN Having entirely remodelled the Old EAST MELB.OURNE HOTEL, the decided also to CHANGE THE NAME to one more appropriate. Visitors and Old Briends will find the same cordial welcome at the CENTRAL, as was formerly accoided the East Melbourne. _____ ? ''LOCAL versus FOREIGN FOR AUSTRALIANS. Du* F*iaow Acit»amax«,— Hare yon siaok«(3 Avntr»li*B Tobaco* ? If not, yoa should io to mobm. *#»ea-k*r that it i« br oth»r Austiali*ni lupeortiae JQU, tU*t you or« abla *o do ao wall in Aaitral*, -k»r«f«r« wo uk yon at Australians to arnolca our ftBfKItKKTel»AOQO which it gTown in Aaitrona Iky Aurtral...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. All communications for tbi.« P.ag« should be sent to Mr?. . Mary Oilm.oro tie lityrA-tSCGt. , ?sTic ?&&&? , , ,

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COOKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

COOKERY; - £ I have found a way of doing 'snia%. cooking' that is so quick and so econo-A mical as regards wood, that I feel I must pass it on. My stove is large enough to cook for. ten people; our .family is. but three. You may guess tne waste or wood! for it takes as. much to heat 'the oven for a small cooking as for a large. So, though the house just suited, the stoVe didn't. One day the idea struck me.Iwoul d buy a small camp oven, one. just large enough to roast three, or at. most four pounds of meat, to take a six inch pie or cake dish, and so on. It, would be small and not heavy , to lift; it would 'fit over the stove openings; It:--, would do all my. baking; it would cost:. only a few shillings ;vit would save wood.; The result is all and more than was ex pected. The fire that ' boils ' is enough; to bake with, using a few coals on top. of the oven. I can have a small tea cake or pudding made in half-an-hour; from start to finish, as the camp-oven and lid hedt while I beat t...

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HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

HOUSEHOLD. To keep weevils out of bacon or idried meat, pepper well and sew up in calico # # Night Lights. — Set a wax match in the centre of a pill or match box, and fill round with tallow hai'dened with a little wax. For use, set in a saucer surrounded by a shallow depth of water. * # # Dr. Wilson's Cure for Baldness. — Eau- de-Cologne, 2ozs.;' tincture of canthar ides, 2 drs; oil of lavender (or of rose mary), 10. drops. .-Use twice a day, and persevere for. some time. If the scalp, is iritated, discontinue -till the skin re covers, and use once a clay only. Here is a hint for a 'bath heater.' This is a round cylinder set in a wooden tub having a tap. . The tub is filled with water and a charcoal 'fire, is made in the cylinder, heating the surrounding water. Australians could substitute 'the bath tub for the wooden one, and an oil-drum for ~ the cylinder. It would be very handy in a bedroom in winter, when there is no bathroom, but, of course, tlier.e would need to be free ventil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

[?] ' 'Did you make the rain?' Wade was ,skect at Uralla. # # - ? ^ Gundagai ' Independent ' observes that Wood is fuel for the political flames. ?it. 4k 'it I' % Stuart-Robertson has been doing splen did work in Gundagai and ' Tumut dis^ tricts- * * ' #' 'The Premier lives 'feolely on the past. He has no future .('except legislative peace.' — Mr. Holman. ~ * * The Legislative ??-Assembly has now been dissolved, and the Legislative Coun cil. has been prorogued until October 31. Candid admission of the Premier re rarding J. R. Dacey's, criticism of the Newcastle speech:-1-' I have . nothing to say in reply.'^ _ # ; . Since Judge Backhouse ; gave a ' certain decision the 'Tory dailies have refrained from referring- to -al£ Lahor men as So cialists. ? .. . Brand-new Labor, interjection at Satur day night's. 'Liberal'' meetings-,: 'Dicken! You -Should re'ad 'The Yanr . . fi 'The Government are doomed,' said J. D. Fitzgerald, Labor candidate for Dar-; Unghurst, at- an- :open-airf meeting...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mrs. S.J., Mildura, asks how to color household soap yellow. She makes a soap of 61b. lime lye, 61b. washing soda, 121b. clarified fat, and 4oz. powdered borax, and it comes out white. Try coloring with a little yellow, ochre, and let me know the result. - # * * ' Grong Grong' writes:— 'I saw where 'Urana' asked how to prevent roley-poley pudding sticking to the cloth. Try wring ing the cloth out of boiling water; and then sprinkle with sugar. I always do mine that way, and never have any trouble. I should add I fold my pudding cloth ' three corner ways.' ' # '# * ; Publications received:— 'Union Labor Advocate' (Chicago), ' Votes for Women' (London), 'The Chronicle' (-P.W.M.U., Melbourne), 'The Gunyahtryus ' (edited by one who was ' one of our bairns,' i.e., Queenie Halloran. In another place we quote for the bairns some' verses from the little quarterly by her sister, Clarice Halloran, who is still one of our bairns. # # # ; ''E.L.U.' also sympathise^' with ' Ur...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

T\vo charges of underpaying- appren tices in the furniture trade were heard in the Industrial Court last week, Judge Heyd'on's decisions regarding- whch are considered of much importance. The defendants were T. S. Madely and Sons and T. Taylor and Co. His Honor de tided that, irrespective of any private ar rangement iii the inuentures, it was in-, cumbent on employers to pay wages at the rate awarded by the Wages Board.

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FOR THE BAIRNS. THE ANTISEPTIC BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. THE ANTISEPTIC BABY. We can sterilise liis bottles, we can boil his'little mug, w.' .' .? .. We can bake his flannel bandages and - disinfect the rug V , ' - * That envelopes him when he partakes of medicated air, ' But there's one impossibility that r leaves US 111 UCOiJdli ; And a not vm justifiable alarm, you will allow — „ A ' . ! To wit: We fear 'twould never do to steri lise the. cow! V : Thus, although we strive to conquer every septic circumstance; Yet we greatly fear a ghastly alimentary mischance; _ . For albeit we bake and boil his things, and scrub, and soak,., and souse As if in his anatomy for ever cleaning . house — The recklessness with which he sucks his vagrant tiny thumb . Imperils much his precious anti-septic .little turn! ' ' ' We are careful of his hours. '\ye are thoughtful of his toys, We are mindful of his sorrows and judi cious of his joys; We are prayerfully considerate of needful I discipline, Of my little 'Mothers' Handbook' and the prec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

... burns, or scalds, there is k nothing like Zam-Buk. The re 7 fined herbal extracts from / which Zam-Buk is prepared ...... j sink into the tissues, .soothe , ' t he pain, and by reason of their I powerful antiseptic qualities, Lj prevent festering and blood 1 poison. Having purified a wound. / Zam-Buk heals it with new skin.

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THE PARENTS' NATIONAL EDUCATION UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE PARENTS' NATIONAL EDUCATION UNION. There Is in London a society or as sociation named as above. (Does Aus tralia know so much she does not need something of the kind?) It recently held its fourteenth annual conference, so that it is in existence fourteen years, and that good, kind woman, Lady Aberdeen, is one of its presidents. The principal aims of the society are (a) 'to assist parents of all classes to understand the best princi ples and methods of ' education in all its aspects, and especially those which concern the formation of character; (b) to create a better public opinion on the subject of training children; (c) to afford to parents opportunities of co-operation and con sultation, so that the wisdom and experi ence of each may be profitable to all; (d) to stimulate their enthusiasm through the sympathy of members acting together; and (e) to secure greater unity and continuity of education by harmonising home and school training.' Lord Aberdeen, in a speech to the meet ...

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LOCAL OPTION. CENTRAL FEDERATED UNION OF GREATER NEW YORK AND VICINITY. (Amalgamated Central Labor Union and Central Labor Federation). (Affiliated with the American Federation of Labor). [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

LOCAL OPTION. CENTRAL FEDERATED UNION , OF GREATER NEW YORK AND . , VICINITY. (Amalgamated Central .Labor Union and -.Central Labor Federation). (Afliliated with' the American Federation ' . ' of Labor). Unanimous action of. some 300 Labor Unions and Organizations representing some 285,000 members. . ?ReLndorsed in 1909 and 1910. ? 210 E., 5- Street, N.Y.C., U.S.A. . jj : . New -York, December 28th, 190S. i , TO ALL STATE AND CENTRAL r ?- ? BODIES. . GREETING: — ' Your attention and fraternal considera tion of the following resolution is desired and expebtcd. ' . ~ ? -. \ ( . Fraternally, l ERNEST BOHM, Cor. Sec'y. , | „ ! Whereas, - the ' general depression of I trade spreading during the last' year all ' over this country, has lately been aggra vated by an- attempt, at times successful, i to spread Local Option and Prohibition j liaws; and, -. j : Whereas, 'it is an indisputable fact that ( ' In- all places 'where Local Option and Pro 3 hibition 'Law& were enacted, thousan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUSH NURSING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

? + ? THE BUSH NURSING SCHEME. Lady Dudley has written a letter to the leading papers in Australia expres sing her regret that the Bush Nursing Scheme (to give it its best known name), was not better taken up and supported. Thousands of hearts will sink at the knowledge that the scheme has been 'practically abandoned. There is one com practcally abandoned. There is one com fort to be taken out of the disappoint ment, though. And' that is that out of that disappointment may grow a greater perception of the right — the right, I repeat— as well as the need of the public, and especially the child and childbear ing public, to care (when sick), and teach ing (when well),, of the means of mini mising the dangers of sickness, and what helps one to avoid it when well. # # # Australia might with needed humility learn a lesson from, Tasmania. The place that- is looked ^upon' as insular and backward and 'only Tasmania, anyhow,' has: done what Australia with alll her mainland arrogance has not d...

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THE BLACK LIST. MEMBERS WHO VOTED FOR THE COERCION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE BLACK LIST. MEMBERS WHO VOTED FOR THE COERCION BILL. ? I In the list we give below will be found the names of those who voted for Wade's atrocious Coercion Bill. It is a. list all voters should carefully peruse, and if they do their duty on April 14 they will cast this gang of leg-ironers into the darkness from which they should never again be allowed to emerge. Here is the list: — Arthur, Dr. R. Latimer, W. F. Ball, R. T. Lee, C. A. { Barton, C. H. Levy, D. Briner, G. S. Lonsdale, E. Broughton, E. C. V. Mahony, W. H. Brown, W. McCoy, R. W. W. Clark, E. M. McFarland, J. Cohen, J. J. McLaurin, G. R. Collins, A. E. Millard, W. Davidson, R. Moore, S. W. Donaldson, R. T. Morton, M. F. Downes, F. W. A. Moxham, T. R. Falli.ck, J. Nobbs, J. Fitzpatrick, J. C. L. Oakes, C. W. Gilbert, O. Onslow, J. W. M. Graham, Sir J. Parkes, V. Hall, B. Perry, J. Henley, T. Robson, W. E. V. Hindmarsh, G. T. Taylor, W. Hogue, J. A. Thomas, F. J. Hunt, j. C. Waddell, T. James, A. G. F. Wood, W. H.

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ROOM AT THE TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

ROOM AT THE TOP. 'There was always room at the top; * it was the bottom that; was over crowded.'— (Quotation from a ser mon to young men.) , ? 'Well, perhaps. But let us see if it works out, for one doubts it. very very ? much. How many Prime Ministers have we? One. How many men can stand ! in one man's place and still be top? one. Well, without a second place at ? the top can you get more than one man there? You cannot. What is there room for at the top, one, or more than one? One only. Then is there always room at ! the top? Yes; for one only. If you wish ^ a second there, you must push the first ! down. * * # , Let us take it anotheir w;ay. .Miss . Mulcahy, whom Victorian Labor people know well, lias been trying to form a live Clerks' Union in Melbourne. She is a .?woman who pursues facts with the arr , dor most 'of us give to fashions,, who de ugnts m ligures, ana suirers norrioiy from the least inaccuracy ' in details. Consequently one may take her totals ? and her percentages ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

STONE, CRAVEL, BLADDER TROUBLE. A very .large number of people, especi ally those who have passed middle age, suffer from gravel, stone, or bladder troubles. Very many of such sufferers know of the benefit to be derived from taking Warner's Safe Cure, but others are still unaware of the relief which is so readily at their disposal, and these latter are recommended to write to H. H. War ner and Co., Limited, Melbourne, Vic-, for a copy of a descriptive pamphlet, re cently Issued by them, which affords full information in regard to the value of iWarner'g Safe Cure in such cases. The following letter from Mr. John S. Rew, mine manager, 620 Doveton-street, Bal larat, V., is extracted from said pamph let: — 'I have much pleasure in testifying to the value of Warner's Safe Cure. I was for years troubled with gravel, and was cured by a few bottles of that valuable medicine. I had previously tried several preparations, without being relieved. I am pleased to say that I am now, and have been...

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