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"Strike Hard" Jellicoe. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

| 'Strike Hard' Jellicoe. ? F ? ) Admiral Jellicoe says that the one great lesson of the war is 'the necessity of preparation .for the next one.' This is,. fcl course, what might be expected from £, professional war lord, but it is a tragic Commentary on. the fact that millions of 11763 have been laid down under the im jbression that the victims were engaged in ft crusade to end war, and dethrone mili laxisBV In. the early stages of the war &$eriod-afig£eat injuaace-was .done to Ad miral jellicoe by a section of the Jingo press who persisted, in styling him 'Strike Hard' Jellicoe. The Admiral is no rash fire-eater. His own perfectly candid ac count of the battle of Jutland calls to remembrance the historic story of a colored hero of the American Civil- War: 'De captin, he says, *Now, boys, strike fer victory an1 home.' Most of 'em struck fer victory, but dis darkle struck fer .home.' It is perfectly obvious that naval, tradi tions have been considerably modified since the da...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The League of Nations. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

The League of Nations. Scott Nearing hits the jail on the head;£i chen he says: 'The great- nations of -hS ? W vorld that are asked to endorse the:'J! .eague of Nations plan are Interested pri- i'y larily in markets, shipping, investments^- *-f The draft of the League constitution is a purely political document^ ft ignores economic factors entirely. . ,? , -3ommer-:i '?; clol and financial rivalries will breed w&rV ^ in the future as they have bred them itt the past,' _, . , _ v .2

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORD WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

THE WORD WORKER. In meditative mood I sit Within the chamber dimly lit. Weaving the words of long ago Into a ribbon dream aglow. Line after line, like thread on thread, With woof of words, a cloth I spread Of thought and fancy for the eye Of any chancing passer-by. Alone with God I work His will; The precious pattern makes me thrill, For through its singing- fabric gleams The great dead Past and all Its dreams. J.S.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR AND AFTER "TO SAFEGUARD PEACE WE MUST PREPARE FOR WAR." I KNOW THAT MAXIM; IT WAS FORGED IN HELL. THE GOD OF WAR IS NOW A MAN OF BUSINESS, WITH VESTED INTERESTS. —Zangwill in "The War God." JELLICOE'S "SINGLE IDEA." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

[?] 'TO1 SAFEGUARD PEACE WE MUST PREPARE FOR WAR.' I KNOW THAT MAXIM; IT WAS FORGED IN HELL. THE GOD OF WAR IS NOW A MAN OF BUSINESS, WITH VESTED INTERESTS. — Zansrwill in 'The War God.' JELLICOE'S 'SINGLE IDEA'.' Whatever may be Lord JelHcoe's real mission in Australia, or his qualification to perform it, the fact appears that ever since his arrival in the Commonwealth, some few weeks ago, he has, judging by reports in the Tory press, done little else but eat, drink, and talk. On each occasion that! he has spread himself on the recent 'Great Crime' he has declared emphatically that the one. outstanding lesson of the war is the . necessity of preparing for the next war. The next war! Why, we have not finished the war of 1914-19 yet; and we have not even started to pay for it, and yet, we have men in public positions talking about 'the next warl' 'Truly, ? tho.se whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad.' A NATURAL FEELING. ' However, it must be admitted that it is quite nat...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

THE MOTHER. : I used to think that the Madonna was primarily mother of men, hut I know now that, in Sydney, she is mother of child ren. Without her I do not very well see how the children of the poor could be as happy ids they are. i Tour poorest mother in the slums, I -be- lieve, is nearer an understanding of God than ever Plato was, though she expresses U. in silence and children. . When I am tired of the busy day I seek tftat portion of the city where the tower Tjomain winds. The peace of St. Mary's ?Overlooks all, and. as the -children, play in .the park, or go their happy way along the fetreets and lanes, the blue -sky stooping fever them seems like the ineffable peace jpf Mary's cloak. * - ' ! X used to think Mary was the mother of jfeen, firstly. She isn't — she Is the mother $1 Sydney's poor. ' f ? -

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Australian Prussianism. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

More Australian Prussianism. There are from 20 to 25 Australian-born subjects interned, in Holdsworthy Camp at the present .time. They have been there for the past three or four years, and, al though they have applied over and over again to get a trial or be told for what reason they were interned, they were un successful in getting the Minister to grant them such request. The reason that they requested to know for what cause they have been interned is so that they may be able1 to rebut any evidence that may be against them. The only reply they have been able to obtain is as follows: 'In reply to your letter of May 28, you are again informed that you are not en titled to any judicial inquiry as to the reasons for your internment. It is not in the public interest that these reasons should be disclosed to you. 'Although you cannot, without know ledge of these reasons, give information to rebut them, you are at liberty to make any representations you think proper as to your having been...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RELIC TAKEN, WHAT AVAILS THE SHRINE? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

THE RELIC TAKEN, WHAT AVAILS ? THE SHRINE? .ffhe relic taken, what avails the shrine? The locket, pictureless? O heart of mine, 'Art thou not worse than that, Still warm, a vacant nest where love once 4 sat? !Th» sun is set. My heart is widowed now Of that companion-thought. Alone I plough The seas of life, and trace ,'A separate furrow far from her and grace. ^ — Robert Louis Stevenson.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor's Pioneers. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

Labor's Pioneers. Ob, the small, small band of workers Toiling ere 'twas day, Stooping were their figures, Soon their locks were grey; Labor's few stalwarts Working in the night, Though often sore discouraged, Knowing Right was Might. Dreaming, of a Commune In the early morn; Ever pushing onward Though bitter was the scorn; Dreaming of a kingdom, Man should be the King; Toiling in the winter. Looking for the spring! Threadbare were the garments, . Scanty was the bread; Ere thej( saw the triumph Some of them were dead; Bitter was the sowing — But as men they tried, And they glimpsed the harvest Once before they died. Oh, the sore discouragements — The heartache and the tears, Cruelty and scorning Of those bitter years. But they looked not backward On the barren years, But with eyes fixed downward Marched the Pioneers t Noble band of workers — Toiling ere 'twas day. Stooping were the figures, Soon the locks were grey; . Toiling In the winter. Looking for the spring. Dreaming of a king...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD-PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

THE WORLD-PICTURE. '..' Have you ever thought what an ever jchanging picture the great world is? '-;'??' ?'???''Age after age on the -canvas of earth Humanity splashes its colors, and, as the . years turn and generation succeeds gener cration, the picture is washed away in mist by old Father Time, and another is begun. You must often have thought of the ?world-picture, and as you do, do you pause . to contemplate what particular bit of '«eene or color you are contributing to the great canvas? Is your contribution the sorrow of the Capitalist or the Soy of the optimist? A.M.S.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

? .{ ? ? ,O-E8 f OR ALL Cfc&SSES OF- ' . . ''^;.. ..-.=-' I* '??']'. General, Ban king: Business -f. 1 in thefrincipal Cities and Towns pf Australia and Rabau I (NewBri.tain), ': -- % also London (2), and A. I;F. Camps in England. . _' .- ?'- -'::' - Savings Bank Department ~ ' et all Branches, and SAVINGS BANK AGENCIES at 2776. Post Offices throughout Australia, Papua, Now Britain, Solomon -Islands, . . . . and The Pacific.' ' - _I. '. ' :-.-... JAMES KELL, , -? DENISON MILLER, Deputy Governor 1919 '' -\ ... - . Governor . j I l|glK!t1 AID BRAND J gl Contains only Pure Coffee, W$ HI Cream and Sugar. SI .'. B||i Requires only the addition of hot water. W$jl IH Price 1/3 per tin. jij 1§J h* Sydney Newcastle and suburbs. [ffj yl ?',„ Made by Nestle's |f THE MELBA STUDIOS ' marksevtDn6Ivreet' 1. ARTISTIC AND HIGH-CLASS PORTRAITURE But — at reasonable prices. YOU are invited to call at the Studios to inspect our work and judge for yourself. ? ? ? 'PHONE, City 627. PAY AS YOU WEA...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

It Never Tells Lies Biggest bargain yet offered by K. & B. Therefore, a bargain indeed. Our K. & B. Railway Lever is guaranteed absolute tor ?25 years. It is therefore' time at the minimum cost— 1/- per year. Firmly set in a dust and damp proof case, this extra jewelled watch ' is .(lie symbol of good timekeeping. ' ?. ?' ?' KITCHEN & BINCHAM ?* Merchant Jewellers, . Queen Victoria Buildings, 467 OEORGE-STREEJF, SYDNEY. THE COMMONWEALTH HOTEL GEORGE AND PARK STREETS , WHERE EVERYTHING IS OF THE * BEST. '. J. BARRETT. Proprietor. 'Heads We Win' LOWE'S HATS i. ? AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PUBLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE. 'Origin and Growth of the Australian Labor Party.' Price 6d., post free. 'Official History of the Reconstruction of the A.L.P., 1916.' Price Cd., post free. Lnnual Report, containing Effect of the Second Conscription Fight, 1917. Price 6d., post free. 'Australia's -Share In the War and Who Is Paying for It.' Price 3d., post fr...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

M. J* A #V& The thousands of Workers vrfio year after year favor us with their patronage come with JHjrJji JmM^SkW the Perfect confidence that 'Fay's For A Lower .Price' Is a trustworthy maxim. ^ff^LJumniae A magnificent array of Winter Footwear now awaits the careful buyer. &^y^- EDWARD FAY, LIMITED, ' ^*^ «w^^^^^ 'The Big Boot Block,*1 ,.„: ?-'_..] '? CORNS?* PITT AN0 LIVERPOOL STREETS FINE FOOTWEAR Also at: GEORGE-ST., Hayniarket; BROADWAY, Glebe; BRIDGE, NeVAown.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MENACE OF MILITARISM. LET AUSTRALIA BEWARE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

THE MENACE OF MILrfXHlir^ LET AUSTRALIA BEWARE. Australia, although so far removed from the world's war centres, has during the last five years suffered from the cursed sway of militarism as much as any country on earth, ex cepting the Jingo-ridden Dominion of New Zealand, which takes an easy first in that form of criminal lunacy. In this issue reference is made to some of the Australians interned for years in Holdsworthy Camp-on mere suspicion, and now more than seven mouths after hostilities have ceased still denied a trial, and insolently in formed that they have no right even to know why they are held in slavery. The Paul Freeman case is too re cently hefore the public to require further comment beyond remarking that Senator Russell, Acting Minister for Defence, is as indifferent to Free man 's fate and 4he ordinary claims of humanity as Senator Pearce and the remainder of 'the renegades have proved themselves in similar circum stances. Although well known to psycholo gists ' an...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEICHHARDT A.L.P. AND THE O.B.U. To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

LEICHHARDT A.L.P. AND THE O.B.U. i ; To the Editor, 'Labor News.' ? Sir,— At a meeting of the Leichhardt Branch, A.L.P., a discussion took place on a statement in the 'Sun' on March 28: 'Leichhardt A.L.P. turns down O.B.U.' A motion was carried that Leichhardt Branch of A.L.P. repudiates the state ment of the 'Sun' of March 28 as being wilfully false and misleading. P. S. NEWTON, Hon. Sec. Holman, of New South Wales, has so rearranged a distribution of seats — he has created 24 -new divisions and wiped out others — that % it is said he expects his hybrid 'National' Party to have things all their own way at the next New South Walea elections. It once happened that ? a Queensland Government did much the same thing, and fell in the soup it had prepared to receive the othri part;/. '.Queensland Worker,' ' ? ? ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Verandah A SONG OF BALANCE-SHEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

ir- ii-:'*..^^..-^. :?:??? ''?'-.-.. ?i. -.',:.--..* ..- ? ? ?-.'.'.:.???? --.'--?? A SONG OF BALANCE-SHEETS. ''Very little reading, either native or foreign, is needed to enable the seamen to draw a striking contrast between .themselves and the shipowners. AH that is necessary is to read the balance-sheets iof the companies.'— T. Walsh, General Secretary of the Seamen's Union. ITo, ho! the breezy balance-sheet with ? figures fore and aft jThat tells no tale of sodden hunks and leaky, cranky craft! Jfo hint you'll find of reef or wreck in that sweet, golden tale, Compiled by weary sailormen despite the howling gale. JThe dry directors laugh ashore and smoke cigars at ease ,While driven seamen stake their lives JPalm courage in their hearts arid hands. they're neither friends nor fools. Hate calls them both when they refuse to '; be the rich man's tools. 'JThe smooth-tongued lawyer gives them words when all they ask is bread. ffhey plead like men for decency. Greed flingK them filth ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Study in Capital Value. IV [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

A Study in Capital Value. IV. Besides the £30O,00i0JO0O of new un funded debt which has been placed on our backs as the result of the financial methods of the National Government, which means a transfer of about twelve millions a year from taxpayer to tax- j receiver, we have other large sums to deal with; which are really unfunded debt. The most important in point of view of ! size is land value, which, if the truth were known, figures up into a thousand mil lions, giving a privileged income in money or in kind of about forty millions a year. Then there is a large sum com posed of the totals of the differences be tween these two channels of exploitation j and their capital value. It is not easy to put a figure to this item, but it could be shown how there is a relationship be tween these two hannels of exploitation similar. to the relationship subsisting be tween the weight of a vessel and the weight of the water she displaces. Then, as to funded debt and capital: Statistics show £...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS. Canterbury Park. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, HURDLE RACE—About 2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 14 June 1919

C ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS. , Canterbury Park. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, HURDLE RACE— About 2 miles. St. lb. Stlb. IKenerette ....10 9 Olga Patricia 9 4 \.iLord Haven ., 9 12 Larnoo ? ,9 4 Cordon Rouge. 9 7 TeraSie ....... 9 4 Frigate Bird.. 9 6 Louvoyer ...... 9 0 ; FLYING HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. Fortrait ? 9 5 Hippasia ? 7 2 The Bounce .,8 9 Amber Rose. . . 6 10 Asia Minor .,„ 8 7 Banarway .... 6 9 JNautch Girl*.. 7 9 Millie Kenilw'h 6 9 I Happy Band ..7 5 Jennie B. ..... 6 7 MAIDEN HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. Riven ? 9 4 Tartan Feather 7 4 jNatlve Belle ..8 7 Gemini ? 7 4 JLady Tig ? 8 7 Alarmist ? 7 4 j Ballyshannon . 8 7 Willamurra ... 7 3 ISalvini ? 8 6 Voltal ? 7 S i TeragVatn .... 8 4 Betty H ? 7 2 Asian ? ..8 0 Barragundi ... 7 2 ; Silver Trim . ? 7 13 Pepjn ? 7 1 Nivis ? 7 12 Bowrale ? 7 1 Feather ...... 7 11 Tommy Atkins 7 0 Ma lion ? 7 9 Lady Amboise 7 0 ' Compensate ... 7 9 High School... 7 0 Edelwiess ? 7 8 Certitude ? 7 0 ' Beury ' N ? 7 8 Phast Event . 7 0 Varnia ? ,7 6 Tempesta .... 6...

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