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THE GLAD HAND TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE GLAD HAND TO AMERICA. VARIOUS individuals, made capable of ringing amalarm bell than of in dicating' any means of avoiding the dan ger they would warn us o'f, have pointed out the ; gathering storm clouds rising in the vicinity of the China- Sea, and ' if without . lamenting what to them appears trie hopelessness of the situation, they had contented themselves with, urging that ev'ery possible ' precaution be taken to ensure the safety of the 4 Ship of State there would, 'have .been no thing to object to in. their clattering clamour; but .unless the , tocsin ? is rung and vigorously rung- -with- intent, to rouse tie nauon to prepare- for action against .an imminent -danger,, it- migljt -just | : as ? well or even better, be '? left alone.: -.rif it is no use whatever arousing men — if-, In short; no prevail tions the aroused-could take would avail to. ; avoid an inevitable ' overwhelming destruction;, then it were at least more humane- to 'allow the. doomed to enjoy: themselves ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN MR. WADE IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN I ? . i ? ? . MR. WADE IN THE COUNTRY. « j HEN we were young a concert hall artist used to depict 'Mr. Skinner Before arid After Dinner.' Needless to say, the two Mr. Skinners were very different people.^ So with Mr. Wade. Those of us who have heard him tear to tatters Labor's plea for the nationalisation of Sydney's gas and ferry services might be -excused if we failed to recognise the sturdy enemy of nationalisation at Dubbo. Mr. Wade in the Country is very dif ferent to Mr, Wade in the City. ' The nationalisation of the gas company and the' nationalising of the ferry service would be a good thing for Sydney — but what good would that do you country gentlemen?' Won't the people of North Sydney be surprised? But in one thing the Premier is consistent. A miserable parocliialist, who has riot scorned to set State against State in the Commonwealth to serve ignoble political ends, he now seeks to set city against country in his vain endeavor to avert defeat at the p...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR AND THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

LABOR AND THE CHILDREN. Dear Worker, — Children's Day at the Cricket Ground — who can forget it? What a - wealth of color, what boisterous life, what happy laughter, what bewitching smiles! A fairy scene on a spring day! For many of us it meant an awakening-of; the fading memory of the sweet, simple years ot childhood, the recollection of a buried joy. the rebirth of innocent youth. But to me, Sir, saved by the gospel of Labor, it meant the supreme triumph of principles I have long held as sacred as my religion. A shrill whistle, and 5000 of Australia's boys and girls crowd the ground and 3000 young warriors in khaki are marching in battle array. ' There's magic in the air when the heart is young,' and the ima gination of the common people is touched. 'Tis the children of the world's toilers that are thus making holiday. March! Halt! March! Left wheel! Steady! Shoulder your guns and wave the old flag and group yourselves in the color of the i*ed, white, and blue in artistic formatio...

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

Stock Whips and Saddles (Our Specialities). . Buekjumpers and Station Use. r.ctritcss, i_eggings, Bridles. Cour.sing Goods. All Country Requirements. For Good Quality at Cheapest Rates. W. H. HUNTER AjSFD CO., 374 BOURKE STREET, and 312 POST OFFICE PLACE. MELBOURNE. FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, WE LEAD. New Bicycles, Best English Fittings, Best Nickel and Enamel. Everything complete. Guaranteed twelve months. £8/10/-. Second Bicycles In good order from £3 up. Note-our address. Write or call for Price List. HOLLAND & ROLFE, 30 ARMSTRONG ST., BALLARAT, VIC. Telephone 563. CONSIDER YOUR RHEUMATISM. ? — : ? « ? ? The only Way to Permancni * Iy Cure the Complaint. If you nave Rheumatism it is worth while considering how you can be cured. The Rheumatism doesn't exist without a cause— there's something in your system to make the aching, swollen joints and hot burning pains. Now if you could clear that cause right out of your system, wouldn't the Rheumatism be cured? Well tha...

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

^om ^c^mlay ? The Only A.W.U. TO& ^jgfy ' Jeweller, 222 Castiereagh Street, ? SYDNEY. Rheumatic Rincis. Steel 2/6; Gokl 7/6. (NEAR WORKER ? Post Free. OFFICE.) American Labor Leaders and Local Option. / John B. MITCHELL, late President United Mine Workers, said at the Toronto Conven tion last November:—' I am not at all im pressed with the argument tlia,t when you close down the Saloon you bring about a National Calamity. When you shut down a distillery a factory takes its place; and when you close up a Saloon a grocery store is put in.' I vote that the number of Licenses existing in the Elec torate continue ? I vote that the number of Licenses in the Electorate /' be reduced ? ? ? ? ? I vote that no Licenses be ^ granted in the Electorate... II Host Powerful MEDICINE This, is what Mr. Walter J. Adey, for ten years represen ting the advertising branch of the 'Queenslander Herald' News paper, Brisbane, and who is well known in all centres of Queens land, Writes about that gre...

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

The Worker. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910. ? .

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SECOND DAY. TAKING A PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SECOND DAY. TAKING A PORTRAIT. Before entering upon the formidable ar ray of business set out. upon the agenda paper the whole of the delegates as sembled before the Trades Hall, and their photograph .was snapped for reproduction in the Labor daily of their State, ' The Daily Herald,' which paper was fondly exhibited in the background by two dele gates. ; PAID SECRETARY QUESTION. ! One of the most important question^ that came before- the conference was one dealing with the,. matter of a paid secre tary. All agreed that a paid and per manent official, to devote all liis time to organization and propaganda work, was one of the principal needs of the party. ' But can we afford it?' was the hesi tating question ventured by a large sec tion of the conference. ' Get your secre tary, and place him - in a position to do good work, and the -returns he .will bring to you in ' increased rnembership and ad herence to the party will result not only in the covering of his own salary, but a stren...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. A RECORD OF SPLENDID PROGRESS. ADDRESSES BY THE PRESIDENT AND PREMIER VERRAN. THE QUESTION OF A PAID SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. A. ? — A RECORD OF SPLERDID PROGRESS. ADDRESSES BY THE PRESIDENT AND PREMIER VERRAM. ' THE QUESTION OF A PAID SECRETARY. The seventh anriual conference of the South Australian United Labor Party took place in- the -Trades Hall, Adelaide, on September 14, 15, and- 16, and the ga thering was a memorable one in many respects; Mr. J. Brown presided. . The enormous strides tnat tne parcy , nas taken during the past 12 months was evi denced by the large number of accredited .delegates frorn centres that had nev^r be-, fore been, represented. The tone of the debate throughout the conference was very high, and some of the questions dealt with were discussed .in a manner that would have been a' credit to any Parlia ment. A pleasing feature of the proced ings was the keenness and ability dis played by the country delegates, more es pecially some of these accredited from new districts. From start to finish they took a prominent part in the debates, and on suc...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

?MAINLYPOUTiGAL. HI v I )Ir. Wade's - Tory- supporters are ' so Hnd of everything: which is quite Eng H that we would recommend them to Im0 the following1 expression of ' The I times'' opinion: wvcuiiucaw ulLl-u iink that the people exist for them, and Mt they ior the people. The founders of Sew South Wales had breadths of vision rhich' are rare' in the State Ministers of' o-day.' ' ; : Mr. H. Daglisli, M.L.A., the Minister of; !iu- . ? _ 'WfiSt Alistrfl. i^OrKS in Uic ? ? .. ? lian Ministry, was formerly .'Premier of the Labor Ministry. The reconstruction 'of the Ministry is foreboding. Labor must soon come into its own, and Mr. Daglish, who deserted Labor for the sweets of office, may share the fate of Mr. Joseph Cook/ who forsook the Labor cause for a portfolio,, and has since, with the excep tion of his short run in the Fusion canter, been on short political .commons in the Opposition corner. ? - - ' * * *?-' ? * ' A serious jolt, in.creferende to health matters, was givenjhe ot...

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Page Twenty-One: SCANDINAVIAN BALLADS And Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

Page twenty-One: — rMi rna rra (7+ er* conducted by . Norman Lilley. ? ' ? — — Scandinavian ballads f. And Others. ? I his letter comes from Dr. II. I. Jen , as Worker readers know, is Minavian by birth: — I note with interest ' your reference Scandinavian ballads t! September 1). r. vou ever seen ' The* Sunken Town,-' . (phich I am sending a copy? It epi ilses the spirit of the Scandinavian | ad,' Perhaps you would care to print or the benefit of those of your readers 3 have never seen it. I am a great lover of ballad , litera e, but some of the mediaeval ballads Scandinavia fail to appeal to me be im 'of their uncouthnpss and super ion.; 'The Rose' is a very pretty lad, 'and some of Oehlenschlager's are iitl'ful. .Among- German ballads things special beauty and force, a,s you pro ily know, are ' The Bride of Corinth ' I .'The Bayadere,' by Goellie, ? ' The :ctre Review* (Zedlitz) ' and 'Don miro' (Heine).' . v.':- . + ? r.v ? '! fhe translation forwarded is. from .the 5 ndon 'Athe...

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WULF AND THE MAN. THE LAW AND CUSTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

WOLF AND THE WAN. THE LAW AND CUSTOM (For The Worker.) I had been reading Jack London's 'White Fang' — or of the thousands and thousands of generations of wolves that peered through the sharp eyes of ' White Fang ' — and I was awakened by the 'eery j feeling of some other presence — that oc cult instinct that tells one that he is not alone. Presently I saw two eyes in the darkness,- just as the carriei's of the coi'pse had seen them in the darkness of the Arctic. Yet there were not two — on closer inspection, now that I was wide awake, I saw that there was only one. I turned up the light, and there before me, with a wistful expression in its lonely optic, crouched a one-eyed dog — a dog, and yet not dog. ' You remind me of One-Eye, *''I said, half to myself. . 'I am* One-Eye,' the wolf replied, simply, but with startling clearness. ; ' What brings you ' here?' I asked ! amazedly. 'Hunger,' he snapped. I shivered as I remembered that he lived on Life. Then I threw him the remains of ...

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

'The Waybacks Again.' Love ar.d laughter | at Dingo Flat. Book that broke Drought. 1/-. | - 500,0.0 O Copies already Sold of the Popular BOOKSTALL SERIES of Australian Novels. WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA THE DOUBLE ABDUCTION, by H. K. BLOXHAM (Author of ' On the Fringe of the Never-Never '). With Four Full-Page Illustrations by Ben Jordan. Illustrated Paper Cover. Price 1/-; postage 3d. Mr. Bloxham has again succeeded in weaving a web of romance around the belles of Wilcannia which is likely to prove as great a favorite as his former effort. The plot is too intricate and the inci dents too numerous to mention in a short paragraph, but readers may be sure of plenty of excitement, told in this author's thrilling style. The very daring of the abduction of the two girls, although com mitted by two seemingly simple young men. is worthy of the best bushranging traditions of Australia. LOVE AND THE AEROPLANES A Tale of To- Morrow. By JOHN SANDES. With Six Full-Page Illus...

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

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TOWARDS CARICATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

TOWARDS CARICATURE. Harry Julius, who is well known as caricaturist, had his fh-st experience of the newspaper, atmosphere in a . stable where a promising paper of the 'Tit-Bits' variety had lately been born. He offered himself to this Sydney journal as chief artist, and ,was appointed chief clipper of the borrowed items of which the paper mainly consisted, some of his other duties being to shove the bun-truck, sweep the stable, see that ' the ledger was properly returned to the manger after the figures of the day had been entered, be respectful to seniors, and write and illustrate weekly a letter of the 'Wot the Orfis-boy Thinx ' type. This at the age of thirteen. Though the Orfis-boj'- letter was one of the lead ing items, the staple of the literary matter was answers to imaginary correspondents, on such subtle points as the number of times a properly-prepared piece of chew ing-gum would go round the G.P.O. Having thus added to his stores of in formation, Julius thought himself qu...

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AN IDEAL GUIDE-BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

AN IDEAL GUIDE-BOOK. In a ' Clarion ' article I-Iilalre Belloc expresses disgust with ordinary guide books. One which he lately had occasion to use ' told the most frightful lies, and was a. worthy companion to other guide books.' So— It moved me to plan a guide book of my own in which the truth should be told about all the places I know. It should be called ' Guide to Northumberland, Sussex,' Chelsea, the ... French frontier, South Holland, the Solent, Lombardy, the North Sea, and Rome, with a chapter on part of Cheshire and some remarks on the United States- of America.' In this book the fault would lie in its too great scrappiness, but the merit in its exactitude. Thus I would inform the reader that the. best time to sleep ki Sieria Is from nine in the morning till' three in the afternoon, and that the best place to sleep is the no.-'th side of St. Domenic's ugly brick church there. Again, I would tell him that the man who' keeps the Turk's Head at Valogne, in Normandy, was only ...

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MINERS' POLITICAL LEVY. Attempt to Stir up Trouble Fails. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

MINERS' POLITICAL LEVY, Attempt to Stir up Trouble Fails. The threatened strike of Daylesford, V., ?miners to enforce recognition of Unionist employment in the Daylesford mines was averted by. President Gibney and: General Secretary Little addressing a mass meet ing of the rfien at Daylesford on the 19th inst. The trouble Had been caused-. Dy tnree miners-^PreriticeV Hende'r;Vand .Jackson— faljing about three months in. arrears in their A.M.E.A. branch '.contributions, and . refusing to pay up on* the grounds that they objected on ' principle ' to 4d. per year of their contribution being applied to pay Political Labor Council contribu tions. The officers named, fully explained the position of affairs . as. ..it . affected Unionist interests. One of the malcon tents (Prentice) was present at the meet ing. The'eapitalist press, .which, as 'usual, had taken advantage, of the situation (en gineered in the first pl^ce ,by anti-Labor factions)' to employ its -v ingenuity to pro voke Union...

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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

MINES AND JV31NERS. Tanami looks up again. The goldfields warden has reported the discovery of a rich patch' of stone in a large lode body 45ft. from the surface in a shaft sunk by Temby's Tanami Company. The de velopment, ,„lie added, was satisfactory, convincing, and encouraging. ? * .* - . , . Woah Hawp Canton Company, Bal larat East, again nuggetting g;old from Indicator, veins after an intermission of several months' poor, results, cleaned up last week 488 oz. gold for a fortnight, as against the returns of 90 oz. for the previous fortnight. A_ shilling dividend has been declared in. consequence. . ' ^ # # The Golden Hope Syndicate at Blalce ville, near Ballan, which pursued with great perseverance what . sometime ago appeared a forlorn, hope but was rewarded by the striking of rich ore in the bottom level some days ago, cleaned up a small trial crushing of 8 tons last week for the splendid return of 58V2 oz. of gold, show ing oyer 7 oz. to the ton. - - ; «= # ' A quartz discov...

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HOW IS MOTHER GOING TO VOTE? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

HOW IS MOTHER GOING TO VOTE? Mother knows! Her old Mother told her long aigo how land monopoly ? drov- out good, : brave men and women from Scottish Valleys into city slums to make' room for sheep, game, and deer. Shs knows, too, that the descendants of the people who did this evil thing are last ?; 'becoming the owners of Australia also. n Mother knows that as land monopoly in- ! creases it will be harder and harder for her own bonny Australian boys and girls r;:; to make homes ; for ? themselves even in ?. this great new land. . ;t[ Mother knows that the Coal Trust anc ?! the Brick Trust, the Sugar Trust and the . Flour Trust, and Meat Trust and Boo' *' Trust, and all, the rest of the monopolies, ?.- j are steadily getting the' same, hold on the i people's, food and firing and sheltfer as they -! have done in America. . Mother knows that these monopolists ? can afford to spend great sums of money r^! to support unscrupulous lawyers. who look ? /j after their interests in' Parliame...

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

CALENDAR. *- SUN. MOON. ' SEPTEMBER — Rises. Sets. Rises. Set*^ H.M. H.M. p.m. a.m. 22 Thursday.. 6 13 6 14 9 59 7 52 23 Friday .. 6 12 6 15 11 13 8 27- 24 Saturday ..610 6 16 a.m. 9 S 25 Sunday .. 6 -8 6 17 12. 27 9 52 26 Monday .. 6 7 6 17 1 37 10 46 27 Tuesday ..6 5 6 18 2 36 11 47i p.m. 28 Wednesday 6 4 6 19 3 28 12 55 These times are for Melbourne. Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 29 minutes later. PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 4th at 4.6 a.m.; First Quar ter, 12th at 6.11 a.m.; Full Moon, 19th at 2.52 p.m.; Last Quarter, 26th at 6.54 a.m.

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LASCAR SEAMEN ON P. & O. VESSELS. A NEW ZEALAND PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

LASCAR SEAMEN ON P. & 0. ViESSELS. A NEW ZEALAND PROTEST. The advent of the P. &. O. Company as a-competitor in the passenger and .cargo ? trade between Auckland and Sydney has aroused much hostility in marine ..circles in New Zealand.' This on account of the fact that the P. & O. Company employs colored labor, and also pays salaries all round at very much lower rates than ob tain in Australian and New Zealand ship ping services. On Monday a deputation ? from the Merchant Service. Guild inter viewed Premier Ward to . suggesj. legisla tion which would compel all vessels trad ing between the Dominion and the Com monwealth to conform with local condi tions. Sir- Joseph Ward/ whilst profess- , ing himself sympathetic, replied .that there . were great difficulties in doing what 'tho deputation desired. Neither Australia nor New Zealand could, without the assent of the,. British LGovernment, pass legislation that would control British vessels. If the obstacles are ...

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