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BREAKING HIS BONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

BREAKING HIS BONOS. Yearning to break tKe bonds He. i©ng htvtH bora®, l_,ajjor awaits Ootob**' and the flftwft.

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

ne WORTH OF F^RmTURE, hi deposit, T,i) 2/6 weekly. Linoi ;umi, 2yd*. wide, 9/6 70. ; Oilcloth. 1/6 ; Wardrobes. Mirror Door, from 43; WMhetands. ft/6: Cbaati Briwin. 2®/. ? ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. njA FURNITURE, 10 1 deposit. 8/6 weekly. +.111 Houses Furnished Completely. Bed Linen. Blankets, Curtains, Carpeta. Agent N.S Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines ? ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. OiC -FURNITURE, 20 1 deposit, 6/ weekly. A 1 U Drawing and Dining Room Suites, 200 to select izom- Newest Designs and Corer ings. Canterbury's, 12/6. Agent for Wonderful Wertheim Sewing Machines C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. nflfl FURNITURE, 80,' deposit, 6/- weekly? Ji/Jil Occasional Chairs, 6/6; Walnut Ovai mantels, 25/-: Pretty Tables, 1/6 to 10/-: Go-Carts, 17/6: Bedsteads, 10/ to £15 ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. PQA FURNITURE and upwards, terms in pro Jjull portion. Sideboards, large mirrors, £2 &a. Innpectioo invited. Largest and best stock in Sydney. Wertheim 8awi*f Machines. ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTIONS. NATIONALISTS RETURNED, BUT BOTHA DEFEATED, ONLY FOUR LABOR MEN RETURNED. MR. J. C. WATSON'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE SOUTH AFRICAN | ELECTIONS. ? 4 ? NATIONALISTS RETURNED, BUT BOTHA DEFEATED. ONLY FOUR LABOR MEN RETURNED. MR. J. C. WATSON'S VIEWS. The members of the first Union Parlia ment in South Africa were chosen at the elections last week, when the dominant party, the Nationalists sustained a severe knock through the defeat of their leader, and the South African Premier, General Louis Botha. The Minister for Com merce, Mr. F. R. Moor, was also defeated. The elections resulted in a victory for the Nationalists, who, although their leader was defeated, succeeded in win ning 52 seats. The Nationalists embrace the old Boer party in the various States, with the addition of some of the British population. The Unionists, who gained 36 seats, are mainly composed of those who led the movement against Kruger in the Transvaal. Ten Independents were returned and onlv four Laborites. MR. J. C. WATSON'S VIEWS. When asked to express an opinion re garding the result of the elections, Mr. J. C. Watson, e...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LAND TAX IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

IN THE AUSTRAL Bland tax in the house of representatives. It, st week In the Australian Parliament m probably the dullest since the session »ned at least so far as the proceedings ! the 'House of Representatives relative fhA Land Tax Assessment Bill were E'med. Members of the Opposition ide long speeches, so long In fact that would almost seem that they were de ted to suit the lengthened sitting which e Government has introduced' for the iter despatch of business. The Senate, iwever. was more interesting. There e Federal City question was debated io r ivhat in all probability will toe the last time. Mr Chanter, whose electorate has been made the centre from which the oppon ents of the Land Tax Bill have drawn the majority of what . they term 'hard pases' continued the debate on that measure. He gave 'a little of the other side' of the question. In fact he told en much of the truth concerning the alien ation of land in the Riverina that the 'hard case' exponents remained dumb. It has...

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

M ASSEY -HARRIS RED BIRD and WARATAH BICYCLES. Are specially built for Australian ROads. A MASSEY HARRIS, fitted with Hydifinic Spring Frame, Sill's Spring I-Jandlebars, Bushman Thornproof Tyres and Change Speed Hub, is the best back country Bicyclo you can buy. Our new Bicycles range in price from £3 10s. to £25. Second hand Bicycles taken as part payment. Hundreds of good Second hand Bicycles at very low prices. Sole Agents for ' EXCELSIOR ' Motor Cycles, the best English Make. Canada Cycle & Motor Agency LIMITED. 625' GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Telephone, 2822 City. COUNTRY AGENTS. BATHURST: R. E. Cooper. CANBELEGO: R. Lindon. COBAR: II. Dogger. CONDOBOLIN : A. Aiihl. COWRA: H. Robinson. GILGANDRA: Knight & Williams. CESSNOCIv: ? Ed. ? Sternbeck. INVERELL:' J. H. Ladyman. MUDGEE: E. J. Parsons. ; NARROMINE: J. Campbell. , NYNGAN: G. P. J. McCarthy^ TAMWORTH: A. Bailey. ; TING HA: R. Cooper. . PARKES: ? J., E. Williams. — Department or Public Works, Sydney, Sept. 16, 1...

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

DON'T NEGLECT A COMMON CASE OF PILES. IT MAY LEAD TO. SERIOUS RESULTS. When people generally understand that all such fatal diseases as fistula, ulcer of the rectum, fissure, etc., almost invari ably begin in a simple case of piles, they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. Doan's Ointment will certainly cure every form of Piles — Itching, bleed ing, protruding, and blind piles — and hun dreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap but effective remedy right at the start, because at such times a single pot will effect a cure, while in the old, deep-seated, chronic cases, several pots are sometimes necessary before a cure is effected. Here is a case in point: — Mr. William Gilliver, of Gilliver and Curtis, general contractors, whose private address is 'Avoca,' Bankstown, writes: — ' I wrote you on February 14, 1889, ad vising you that Doan's Ointment had cured me of itching piles after 22 years' affliction.: I had used many ...

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

To Shearers and All Trade Workers.— At Muttama is made the stongest Eucalypti Extract in the world. It won the 1st Prize in Sydney for 8 years. — Barclay and Sons. PERSONAL MURRAY. — William Murray, shearer's cook ( native of Athlone, Ireland); write brother Michael, Sydney-street, Marrickville.

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

CLEANSED WITH flioiRA SOAP Means skin health and bodily purity in infancy and childhood and freedom, in the majority of cases, from torturing, disfiguring affections of the skin and scalp in J after life. Those who value a clear skin, soft, white hands, a clean, wholesome scalp and live, glossy hair will find that Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Oint ment, realizes every expectation. Sold throughout the rrorld. Depots: London, 27. Charterhouse Sq.; Paris, 10, Rue «5e la Cbausseo « Antln; Australia, XI. Towns & Co., Sydney; India, B. x. Faui, Calcutta; Cblna, Hong Kong Drue Go.; Japan, Maruya, Ltd., Toklo; So. Africa, Lennon, Ltd., C*pe Town, etc.: U. S. A., Potter Drue & Chena. Corp., Sole Prope,, 133 Columbus Ave., Boston. W Post-free, 32-page Cuticura Book, 'How to Preserve, Purity and Beautily the Skin and Hair.' THE VANGUARD ' the only official labor DAILY. EDITED BY J.C. WATSON *HE VAinGUARDi is published by The Worker Trustees at the request of the Trade Un...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

' Australia's Awakening ' is the' best j history of the Australian Labor Move ment y3t 7/ritten. No political library is ' complett: without it. Post free, 6/6. I— mm— — — a— — a—— ?— a—ggaai ml ? ? KIDNEY COMPLAINT I MAKES EVERY TASK A BURDEN Women as well as men suffer 'Every from kidney complaint, although g jjp s§| picture many blame some other organ of otorv' the body. They feel heavy and \v drowsy, nervous, irritable, and I fretful; when rising in the morn- / [if ing there is a distressing dull ache in the back; they cannot stoop kv ' / \ \ without a sharp, stab-like pain J / J /if darting through the back and / / loins; there are urinary disorders; h j J ^ the eyes become puffy, the limbs (0 W swell; there are rheumatic pains /^Jj& and neuralgia. Do not blame the .- Ai wrong .organ for your illness, but begin at once with Doan's Back- ^ ache Kidney Pills. This medicine » is special kidney help — it devotes ^ syDNSY CASS! all its healing qualities to the Mrs. L. May, 3...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Women's Page VERSES FOR WOMEN. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

[?] ' r 'S II CONDUCTED BY ~ ' | *P I MARY GILMORE, **» - i VERSES FOR WOMEN. ,Y — ? SURRENDER. ttova sat singing all on a green bough; a (And, 0, to clasp her and bind her!) I .The warm sun lcissed her on cheek and | brow, i But lier heart grew none the kinder. Her eyes were blue to tne tender sicy, Merriest mischief . therein didli e; And she smiled , and said, shaking her ; head, ? 'Sweeter it is to be free than wed.' Love climbed up to her guarded tower; (And, O, to follow and find her!) jOn the tall stairway to her secret bower, The red sun set behind her. She laughed out lightly as winds at play, ?'My gates are barred both night and day, And who is he that shall find the key ' To Tower and bower and heart of me?' Love leaned down from her lattice dim; (And, O, to win and wear herO Her eyes were fountains filled ~to the brim, j Her lips than roses fairer. And soft and sweet, as the dusk night ? fell, [Were the words she leaned so low to tell. ' 0 bower so close! O tower so tall...

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

1 THIS IS ITl\ M Sunlight Soap is what ^ you need for the laundry ? MB and the house. ff ffl Sunlight saves you rubbing, I $9 and saves you money, without m~ M Injury to hands or article. m II Sunlight turns V V H the dull drudgery VJ iB of the wash-tub fft into a pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight Jpil|g|p\y!LJ to-day and try. * BOILED FISH The £auce for llie fish should be creamy and delicious. It should be free from lumps. Its flavour should be delicate so as not to cover the natural flavour of the fish. To prepare such a sauce use WADE'S Com Flour bs thickening instead of whealen flour, then the sauce will be what* it should be— a pleasing relish to the fish. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I ITS I I WONDERFUL I I HOW THEY I I 00 IT I I BUI I RILEY BROS. I I DO | | Sell Drapery and Men's and Boys' (I I Clothing. i| I CHEAPER AND BETTER I B than any other Stoi*e, Q R AND PAY ALL CARRIAGE. g B Thousands of Testimonials from de- B| B lighted Customers. gjj I HERE'S A BARGAIN. 1 I OUE NEW DRESS PARCEL. ...

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

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the | Jal&brart hki '?fKmils'/' A*1 o iAB r*e 1 £*6 1 h t ^ri

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE IS THE LABOR PLATFORM? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

WHERE IS THE LABOR PLATFORM? The 'Morning Herald' again seeus in formation as to the exact location of the Labor platform, and in doing so pro claims itself to the world as deaf, blind, and idiotic. Labor has an official organ, ' The Worker,' published each week in the city of Sydney , and sold in thou sands in the streets of the State capital. In that publication under the heading ' What we are Fighting For ' the planks of the Labor platform have been set out in heavy black type. Not only is this the case, but the Labor platform has been proclaimed by speakers for the people's cause from end to' end of the city and State. Representatives of the Tory press have been present at hundreds of meetings where the planks which the ' Herald ' de^ sires to find have 'been fully elaborated, and the reports of such proceedings liave^ with set design been cut out from the' stories of Such gatherings as told in its columns. In other words, the ' Herald ' j has done all in its power to prevent th...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGINE DRIVERS' CLAIMS. FEDERAL ACTION BEING TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

ENGINE DRIVERS' CLAIMS. FEDERAL ACTION BEING TAKEN. Mr. H. A. Mitchell, Genei'al Secretary of the Federated Engine-drivers and Firemen's Asociation of Australasia, has sent the following- letter and claims to all colliery proprietors, in New South Wales, the Mining and Smelting Company, Tas I mania, the Millaquin Sugar Company 1 (Q.), tlie Colonial Sugar Company, and all the Broken Hill and Cobar mining companies; the 'number of proprietaries notified totalling; over 200: — I am instructed to inform you that unless I receive a notification from you on or before October 7, 1910, that you will pay the wages and observe the con ditions, set out in the said document here unto annexed, I will regard the nonre ceipt of such notification from you as a refusal of the demand herein made, and will request the' Federated Enginedriv ers and Firemen's Association of Austra lasia to take the matter up and refer it to the Commonwealth Court of Concilia tion and Arbitration for determination: — STA...

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

Good I j Cerebos is the Baking Powder of the people. It becomes more popular ?every day. It makes Cakes. Scones, Pastry, Smallbread, or Puddings 1'ar lighter, 'tastier, and more digestible. OEREBOS BASCIMG POWDER. ! is absolutely pure — not only Claimed ! to be pure, but satisfies all testa as to ! purity. Always use Gerebos, and you'll need j less butter, fewer eggs, and every I baking will be satisfactorv. SURE AND PURE. £ Sold Everywhere in Ensy-to-open Tir.s. I Harrison and Attwood, Wholesale:-:- i ? Sydney. g PEDIC POMADE fi\r the HEAD Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application desire » US' 4.1 vermin, kills nits, healr RfBOtisPr $ sores, cures ringworm, * makes the liair grow thiol'. _ . . aiid strong. By Dost, 1/2: /I large 2/3; extra large 3/0. a £ IKtliis Fine Comb for Removing Dead ,Ni(s. Gd. extra. JAMES BRIN, Chemist, ilalvern, Victoria, j Ladies— Make Money at Home / j *30 yci Let us send you this Wonderful Lace Loom and ' employ you making Lace !or us at your 0T711...

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

♦♦ ? ? A.W.U. j SHEARERS ! j SHEARERS!! ! MMnMMMBI I ' SHEARERS!!!! While the shearing is now In full ^ swing it will be advantageous to all ^ shearers if they write to the | UNION LABEL j GO-OPERATIVE TAILORS j 623 GEORGE ST., HAYMARKET, | SYDNEY, + and have Samples, Tape, and Measure I Forms sent them, so that their orders I will be attended to and delivered be- 1 fore the ' cut out '; or, where possible, J The UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE ? TAILORS will send their cutter to I take orders, which they will .be pleased I to execute promptly with guaranteed ® satisfaction. Freight paid. J Made by Union Labor only. J The ONLY Tailors that are approved ? and endorsed by the N.S.W. Labor 1 Council and Eight- Hour Committee. T patronised by the Leading Members of ? both Federal and State Labor Parties. B W. A. HOL2IGAL, | Head Cutter and Manager. ^ ? ? ? II I ? RABBITS AND HARES \ Wanted in Unlimited Quantities at \ j our ' - £ Bathurst & Sydney Works. C X Highest prices givep. Promp...

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

A' variation in the award of the. New castle Baking, Board has been gazetted, defendants were T. S. Madely and Sons six days per week shall, consist of 48 hours, day or night, with 6 hours added for meals and dressing. No more than 11 hours shall be worked in any one day in. the week.' - m #' . # At . last week's meeting of the Sydney Wharf Laborers' Union the following were nominated for the position of president: — E. A. Kelly, J. Wood, W. Thompson, and E. H. Miller. Thirty-five hew members were admitted to the Union, and it was reported that during the half-year just closed the admissions had been 314. # *' # In the Sydney Industrial Court last week R. T. Davics, secretary of the Opera tive Stonemasons'. Society, proceeded against the Drummoyne Municipal Coun cil for four breaches of the award of the Stonemasons' Board in paying two em ployees named Ralph Addison and . Wil liam Whales less than the wages pre scribed. A penalty of 7s. 6d. was imposed in each case, with a total of ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FEDERAL NOTE ISSUE. LABOR MEMBER ANSTEY'S CONVINCING SPEECH. GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME JUSTIFIED BY THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE FEDERAL NOTE ISSUE. ? ? A ? ' LABOR MEMBER ANSTEY'S CONVINCING SPEECH. ...' ' ' ? ? ,0 GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME JUSTIFIED BY THE EXPERIENCE OP OTHER LANDS. Following is a report, condensed from ' Hansard,' -of the speech delivered by Labor member 'F. Anstey during the dis cussion of 'the Commonwealth Notes Bill, an effort 'wliich was admitted- on all hands to have been the soundest, most brilliant, and most convincing of; the whole debate:— . ' The Bill lias been lauded- by the more ardent of its admirers as the nfost radical piece of legislation that has been pre1 sented to us, arid it has been said by those who are opposing it that its pro visions, are fraught with evil. For my own part, I see in Jt neither radical prin ciples, nor. dangerous, elements; it does not go to the root of things, nor does it change a system. There is no proposi tion: within its clauses which has not at some time been suggested and supported by the very institutions whose interests are now said to be assa...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FRANCHISE BILL SLAUGHTHERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. — ? ? 'franchise bill slaughtered. The Legislative Council has almost finished its work for the session . A 'fort night ago ifc refused to allow the Land Values Assessment Bill to be read a Second time— refused it in silent contempt and without a word of debate. Now it in its greatest achievement 'by - Peking out the Franchise Bill. This was : not done without debate, but it was de ! dared at the outset that the discussion was merely a talk t6-the Council electors, and to stop the. cry that the measure ? had been thrown out without considers - i) tion ' The fate of tlie Bill was foretold. before it went to .the .'Council. It had been fixed up by the powerful caucus of ? National Ass. and Employers' Fed eration representatives,' who form the big majority of the graveyard chamber.. ? On Tuesday when, the victim had been tortured long enough' and it was decided to finish it, the special pleader for privilege £nd obstruction, ? John Downer, was put up to give it the fin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALE OF THE "RICH MEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

TALE OF THE ' RICH MEN.' THERE is a certain feature of the 'Liberal ' methods of fighting in the present campaign which its exponents doubtless imagine amounts to brilliant finesse, and the very last thing in poli tical subtlety. As a matter of fact, tliere is nothing particularly brilliant about it, nor has it the merit of being altogether new; still the Leg-iron Gang appear to have stupendous faith in it. ft consists, shortly, in slinging all the mud that can be gathered in both hands, and at the same time furiously denouncing the other fellow for propelling the moist and un pleasant substance. It reminds one of that stoiy we used to read in our school i»ooks about the light-fingered gentleman who, having annexed a trusting citizen's watch, joined in the hue and cry, and roared 'Stop thief!' louder than any body else— that being his ingenious me thod of diverting suspicion from him self. In much the same way, at the pre sent time, we have the spectacle of Mr. Wade and his henchmen...

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