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

Rufus writes: I once worked for a boss who was noted for his nigger-driving pro pensities. One day I got a splinter in my thumb. I took out my penknife and asked him to extract it. 'What are you Avasting time for?' he bellOAA'ed. 'I take my splinters out on Sundays.' I pulled the splinter out myself and resumed work. Some hours later I heard a sharp ex clamation. ' D ? it,' cried out the boss, 'I liaA^e got something in my eye. Come and see if you can get it out.' X continued working, and in response to another appeal I remarked : ' What's the good of Avasting time like that! I always clean my eyes out on Sundays Avhen you are extracting your splinters.' Nothing' more Avas said, but the silence Avas thick.

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

I GREEN OLD AGE. I » rpO reach a green old age and enjoy good health cart 1 ; ft only be attained by the care of the system, which § \ . r at times require a little assistance. Growing B ? »' - i'-jIEB- ought not to mean growing weak |j a ' ~ and feeble. It does not mean weakness |j B HsJI or ^eeWeness f°r those who eat with a Kj 1 ' Pff W good appetite and sound digestion. It is n 1 therefore of the utmost importance that g 8 Pe°Pie .should retain the power to S a If ^ lilf digest and assimilate food, which is the 5 ; I I I 1| sole source of physical strength. To 1 I I ojaccnoMs ||| those in declining years who find that S J 1 §f§ Nature responds' less readily to the B 1 r : iii demands made upon her, and who need B I r.).,'7'*r2] ||1 a mild, yet searching remedy to keep g | INDIAN ROOT ES their systems in proper working order, i I PILLS ip! there is nothing like Dr. Morse's Indian ? j . DR. MORSE'S I I Indian Root Fills I S 00 NOT SICKEN. DO NOT WEAKEN. DO NOT GRJPE. J ? *'* ? 4 A...

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

b b sass b a ran a b esks i b rsbm i i mtes g s hbbi es i b &em a s m - A GOOD RULE— Always ®»y 5 | PHIZ TYRES. fj We are all tempted by price now and then, but experience teaches that the Cheap la a Just-as-Good Sorts do not wear like the (g I PHIZ QUALITY. | 1 If you cannot get them locally, write direct, and Tyres will be posted :by return. 1 H TANDEM COVERS ? ? ? 22^®' Postage, 9d. extra. & 33 ROADSTER COVERS ? ? ? ? 17/6. Postage, 9d. extra. » 2 ROADSTER COVERS, Second Quality.. 15/- Postaqe, 1/- extra. 5 H TUBES — Best Quality, 9/-; Second Quality, 7/-. Postage 6d. E| j»| Price List Posted Free. ? j| i I. PHIZACKS/SULrRY, I a 13J and 171 ELIZABETH ST., HYDE PARK, w ! ALL WOOL ALL WEAR I VICARS' All-Wool Tweeds and Worsteds have been | I well described as 'All Wool, all Wear,' but there are ?X | other qualifications that rightly belong1 to thesfe famous ' | | Tweeds besides mere wear. | I They are sanitary; that is to say, the skin can breathe % | through them. ...

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THE ARREST OF THE STRIKERS WHY IT WAS EFFECTED ON THE STATION. Inspector-General Garvin's Very Lame Excuse. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE ARREST OF THE STRIKERS | WHY IT WAS EFFECTED ON THE STATION. , Inspector-General Garvin's Very Lame Excuse. ' The Wade dailies are now making des perate efforts to explain away the worse than suspicious tactics adopted in the arrest of Peter Bowling1, Lewis, Burns,' Brennan, and Gray on the evening of December 4. As the public remembers vividly, the arrest of the strike leaders was effected at the railway station, on their arrival from Sydney, in the midst of a crowd of strikers and others assem bled to welcome the men back from Sydney. inspector-General Garvin, at the in stance of the 'Daily Telegraph,' gives what that paper calls ' the facts ' of tlie case, and when examined these ' facts'.' make the matter appear even worse thaii at first consideration. The instructions, . we are told, sent by special motor to ' Newcastle, were to arrest Bowling and Lew-is at the Trades Hall, after the coi- ; elusion of a public meeting, 'so as to ensure tlie seizure of all books and docu-, m...

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VICTORIA. COAL MINERS' WAGES BOARD. RESOLUTION BEFORE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

VICTORIA. FL MINERS' WAGES BOARD. RESOLUTION BEFORE PARLIAMENT. I PA' resolution providing for the appoint ment of a wages board for coal miners ms agreed to . by the Legislative Assem bly last week. In moving the resolution iho Minister for Labor (Mr. Murray) sta fly that only six out of the eighteen coal Staines in the State employed any consider able body of men. With the exception of the State coal mine and one small priv ate mine, no records had been furnished, as had been requested, as to the state of the industry. On August 10 there were $62 men employed at the State coal mine, jiid their average earnings were 10s. 4d. per man. The number of males over 21' years of age employed on day wages was -59, and their average earnings were 8s. gel/ There were ST employees under 21, pd they earned on an average 6s. per gay, -A total of 3G6 men were working pnder the hewing rate, and their average frage was 12s. 9d. : The first return that he had received from the State 'coal mine' was ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. An addition has been made to the Painters' Wages Board determination pro viding 'that time and a-quarter shall be paid for work done during lunch-hour. Consideration is being given by the Minister of Labor to an application for a special Wages Board for the tea in dustry. Very low wages are paid to workers by some firms. At a largely attended meeting of dress makers, held at the Trades Hall last week, it was agreed to form a union. Mrs. Fel stead was appointed provisional secre tary. Nominations are being made by the union of representatives of the work ers on the wage's board. The hay, chaff, wood and coal trades 'Wages Board has decided to adliere to its determination which came into force last Saturday. A meeting of the board will be held within three weeks' time to con sider any anomalies that may be shown in regard to the wages and conditions of employment. A promise has been given by_tl'^ Min ister of Labor (Mr. Murray) that in the Amending Factories Bil...

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WOODWORKERS' UNION. MELBOURNE BRANCH REORGANISATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

I : WOODWORKERS'' UNION. ||. Id £LB° URNE BRANCH REORGAN ISA - t- y ? tion SCHEME. | the trouble which arose Over ' jnitfaC^10n taken by;, the Managing Com ^ the ? Melbourne Council ? of the ; Pl,4arte(l Sa-'lllin^ TSl?lber Yard and'. -Gen- . ii. ' j coworkers' Employees' Association, I h rec°gnisecl; that much of it would I fhn 'been obviated if the' government of ♦h! been on right lines. With rinlttfL— ?? mp l'P v).nS matters a corn . J'ls . ,a P!i0 i n ted by the Melbourne ? consider 'he questionof amehd : and Its report was 1 the last meeting of members . of -the_ branch. The. personnel of ; the com mittee, which .included rrjembers pt the former Managing Committee, was as fol lows : — Messrs. D. Bowers (chairman), W. Bosustow, F. White, W-. -Feeley,' J. Baker, i Bosuston,; Fi-; White,. W. Feeley, J'. Baker, j.; ' Gregory/ Ryan, J. 'McCormick, and F. Thomas: Its recommendations, which' ;Wer'e'/adb!pted;^'W ? were,— ..-?That thetivVictorian members of this ;unipin be; deemed the ...

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MUNICIPAL CONTROL OF GAS PRODUCTION. FAVORED BY PREMIER MURRAY. Workers Protest Against Melbourne Company's Extortionate Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

I r MUNICIPAL CONTROL OF GAS L PRODUCTION. ;IT FAVORED BY PREMIER MURRAY. ;B',.Work#rs Protest Against Melbourne ?ftiv* Company's * Extortionate Charges.-^, ' A protest against;, th6 ^it'j;6rtit-n4t^ ' elmrge of 5s. per ..1000ft. : of ga^iitip'd^edS bfl the' 'Metropolitan Gas CplnC'a^y.^on'; householders was made by a deputation from the Trades Hall Council, Melbourne,, to the Premier (Mr. Murray)' l'astr^r'eek; It was urged that powers should be ob tained by the State to supply all light required by the public, i,and objection was taken to any member of the Legislative Council or the Legislative Assembly who ,was financially interested in any lighting or motive power company or syndicate taking part in any discussion on the sub-, ject. '? . ? ; Mr. G. Dupree, . vice-president of the. ' Trades Hall Council, . pointed . out* 'that wliiio Melbourne had to pay 5s. iper l000ft. for; gas . the 'eharge in Manchester- : was' only 2s. 6d. Enormous - profits, amount ing to £80,000 or £90^000...

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TRAMWAY WAGES BOARD. GOVERNMENT PROPOSES TO MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

TRAMWAY WAGES BOARD. government proposes to move. It has been decided by the Government to include in the Factories and Shops Bill now before Parliament provision for the appointment of a wages board to fix rates of pajr'and the general conditions of work for men employed on the tramways. If the bill is accepceti wrui; inis prupusai me determination arrived it will be applica ble to all tramways. The Minister of Labor (Mr. Murray) has stated that tram ways employees are, as much entitled to .a wages board as other workers, and its appointment would be the best way ' of dealing with, the discussion as to . the wages board by the Melbourne Tramway Company to its employees.'- ?' A determined effort; lias already been made by. prominent - shareholders in the company to have the provision eliminated from the bilh: -It is regarded' as; certain to be! accepted, by the Legislative Assem bly, and. attention is therefore being given to the. representatives of property in the Legislative Counc...

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DEATH OF MR. J. MUNN. FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

DEATH OF MR. J. MUNN. FOUND DROWNED. Members of the Trades Hall Council were painfully shocked when they as sembled for the usual meeting last Thursday night to learn that the secre tary (Mr. James Munn) had been found dead a few hours earlier in the bay at St. Kilda. The meeting was adjourned im-' mediately after the announcement was made. Mr. Munn was one of the passengers in the train which crashed into a- standing train in the Richmond smash a fevy . weeks back. Though he escaped without ap parent injury, his system received a fear ful shock. His sufferings were intensi fied by the knowledge that one of his daughters was in the standing train. Leaving the station without knowing what had happened to his daughter, he went to the Trades Hall, where he was in a highly nervous condition. Subse quently, when he heard that his daugh ter was safe, lie improved. Mr. Munn had been elected to the position of secre tary of the Trades Hall Council two weeks previous to this occurrence. So k...

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TEACHERS' TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

TEACHERS' TROUBLES. i I Dear Worker, — Your correspondent,' 'Condemned Unheard,' of- Worker/ September 1, voices a grievance which is very glaring. ' The veiled efficiency mark ' is one of those underhand me thods which might do honor to the auto cratic powers of the earth, but are cer tainly repugnant to a free people. The regulation regarding the prospects of teachers entering the service is beautiful in its simplicity. ' After two years' ser vice teachers may sit for examination for! classification, and will' be eligible if their ' efficiency m'arlc ' is satisfactory.' it is almost ' idyllic but let us not forget the number of subjects, and lteep your weather eye on that 'if' (i.e., efficiency). The number of subjects for classifica tion has been considerably 1 increased, and the standard of each has-been raised.^ I do not complain :about' that, it is the efficiency. A teacher may x-be exception ally good at mathematics, and know little of music, or he may happen to lia.ve the mu...

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THE TURF. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

If HE TURF. ? - ? (BY 'THE PUNTER.') COMING EVENTS. I J Underbill, secretary, will receive en tries up till 5 p.m. to-day (Thursday) for the meeting to be run at Kensington on Wednesday, September 28. ? ! ?

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

' Austi'alia's Awakening' is the best history of the Australian Labor Move ment yet written. No political library is complete without it. Post free, 6/6. jR 3 FIRSTS OUT OF 3 RACES! 1 Tliat is the score made by B.&B. Cycles at the Nambueca Cycle Club'a Meeting1, I held on the 3rd inst. They also secured a 2nd and 3rd. Here is the score: — NOVICE HANDICAP, 2 laps— 1st, T. Alright; 2nd, W. Crane. (Both riding B.&B. Machines). MACKS VILLE HANDICAP, 1 mile— 1st, A. Bragg; 3rd, O. Turnbull, (Both riding B.&B. Machines). SCRATCH RACE, 1 mile— 1st, L. Ross (riding a B.&B. Machine). !. Get a B.&B. for your mount and ride a winner. Send for our Catalogue, or call if you can. BENNSiXX & BARKELL, Largest Cycle Building House In the State, 234 PITT ST., and CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY j IF YOU . . ? ? '' I Want to Invest ?END ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. I GUARANTEE THE BHST 1 MARKET PRICE. ALL GOMMI8SION8 EXECUTED ON LICENSED | RACECOURSES. | ^ To ensure ro...

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THE WADE GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE WADE GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION. Dear Worker, — In your issue of 1st inst. two letters appear under the above head ing. I would like to add. a little to what ' Port Street ' has written. He states that the Wade Ministry can. claim no credit for the secondary scheme. As he mentions, the scheme has been devised by the Departmental officers. I The Wade Ministry, however, is en-; titled to the credit of having effectually ; shelved the scheme for some time at all j events. That the delay of putting the scheme into operation does not rest with the Department/is proved by the address delivered by the Under Secretary to the 1909 Teachers' Conference. In that ad-; dress he stated that ? the scheme was j practically complete. The machinei-y; clauses of the Education Act, however, j require the question of establishing i secondary schools (as proposed) to bej presented to Parliament. Herein the Wade Government failed, allowing the House in its final session to close, with-; out taking the n...

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SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES . ALBljRY — B. C. Loyd. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M L. A. ALLOWRIE— C. W. Craig. AN NAN DALE— G. M. Davidson. ARM I DALE — F. H. Bryant. ASH BURN HAM— J. P. Lynch. M.L.A. ASHFIELD— W. B. Prendergast: BALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. BEG A— F. E. Riley. BELMORE— P. J. Minahan, M.L.A. BELUBULA— C. J. Danahey. BINGARA— G. R. W. McDonald. BLAYNEY— G. S. Beeby, M.L.A. BOTANY — F. J. Page, M.L.A. BROKEN HILL— J. H. Cann, M.L.A. BURWOOD — Thomas Tytherleigh. , BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A. CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN — R. J. Stuart- Robertton, M.L.A. CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Trefte, M.L.A. CLARENCE— W. Cahill. CLYDE— W. H. Tomkins. COBAR — D. Macdonell, M.L.A. ;v COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A. COROWA— J. Grant. DARLING HARBOR— J. P. Cochran, M.L.A. DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan, M.L.A. DARLINGHURST—J. D. Fitzgerald. DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A- / DURHAM— A. Elkin. GLEBE, THE — Thomas Keegan. GLOUCESTER— ...

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

PROUD'S r /%|1* MOTOR BAGS, HAND BAGS, TRAPEZE Am^ BAGS, PEGGY BAGS, RACE BAGS. | ^ I Nev/ Styles Ahead of the Season. \ other Leathers in black and \j&3y / * — j fancy shades. Fitted inside /! - -i/ J k | with leather shopping purse. !$ K,NDLY CALL, OR WRITE US. CjC M w j' PROUD' / Uk Jewellers and Gem Merchants, / ma 187 PITT ST' (Nesr Kiog st)' SYDNEY* Wii Hgtton Qardcn, London. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Dig'nity and Reverend taste characterise a!l our arrangements. Thus the most simple and least costly funeral become? as seemly and proper as V ^WPTSiTBj that on which a vast amount of money has been ^ J^ulU lavished. OOFFILL & COMPANY, ffiffl Central Office: RAWSON PLACE, HAYMARKET. L 3$gpF^Bjg ? Tel. 424 Central. Branches in all Suburbs. M & Wb By Special Appointment His Excellency the to Governor-General. SARGENTS Ltd.. I High-class Pastrycooks. I WEDDING & BIRTHDAY CAKES A SPECIALTY B Country Orders — Value £1 — Carriage Free. jj^HEAD^FFIC^^25^H...

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. OFF FOR A CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. OFF FOR A CHANGE. Oh, Jim McGowen's got the floor, ' And calls the tune to-day, And Wade the Waller never more Shall trill the roundelay; So hang, the banjo on the wall - And let its strings be dumb, * For the^Wadeites hear the trumpet-call Of political Kingdom Come! DACEY SCORES OFF WADE. ' The Wade Government, which re mained deaf to the merciful proposal to provide a radium outfit to deal with the most ghastly disease to which we are subject, is actually spending £10,000 on lavish improvements to Cranbroolc, the residence of the State Governor. Not a penny for radium for the poor, but £10,000 for needless additions to the vice regal residence! How characteristic of the Wade Government. Now, if a Labor Government were in power, and it became a question of spending the people's money on radium for the poor, or on additions to Government House, the Labor Party would spend it on radium. The differ ence between the aim and spirit of the Labor Party and the Liberal ...

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PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. V.—A FEW SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

PROPOSALS FOR LAW REFORM. , ? ? + ? ONE OF DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST NEEDS. V.— A FEW SUGGESTIONS. By J. D. FITZGERALD (Barrister-at-Law)* 'No wrong without a remedy.'-— Equitable Maxim. ? 'Reform that you may preserve.'— Macaulay. ' There are certain fountains of jus ? ? ? ? oil Ifi.wst firft derived. tice AVIltiU'-c ail ? ? ? . . ? but as streams.'— Bacon. I hope it has been made plain in these articles tliat any reform in our legal sys tem must be radical. Mere tinkering Trould be a waste of time. There must beu ?no side-tracking of reform. We must do here what Lord Hatlierley's great commis sion did in England, viz., throw tlie whole subject into the melting pot of inquiry, preserve the good, condemn the bad, in vent improvements wherever possible, and In doing all this aim at the restoration of tlie true working of the equitable maxim —'No wrong without a remedy.' To be gin with, the expense of legal proceedings should be curtailed. No improvement of the system is worth aiming at un...

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ROSEHILL SPRING MEETING. ELECTRIC WIRE WINS THE GUINEAS. Bumper Attendance—Malt King Beaten.—Gold Lace's Reversal of Form.—Safrano and Call Boy Show Good Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

rosehill spring meeting. I electric wire wins the guineas. a Bumper Attendance— Malt King Beaten. —Gold Lace's Reversal of Form. — Safrano and Call Boy Show Good Form. I^ever was there a larger crowd at Rosehill than that which gathered there f on Saturdasr. The ladies mustered up royally, and the proceeds of their ad mittance is to be devoted to the radium ?fund. Sporting people, as a rule, are ever ? ready to assist a worthy cause, and the 'ladies rose to the occasion last Saturday. It would be a gracious act if the ra.ee ? clubs themselves donated a little of the large profits derived from the sport to ? wards the same object, for they are liter ally coining money. - i The sport was excellent, though not !? without its flaws in one. or two instances, but that is only to be expected where such ' easy-going stewards are employed, and rafter Tattersall's Club meeting passing off ? -without any action being taken it was not likely that any. other occurrence would be noticed. ? Seven ...

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A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. AN AMATEUR RIDER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. AN AMATEUR RIDER KILLED. Seyerarfaccidents occurred at the Fin don, Harriers' Hunt Club meeting i-an last Saturday^ at- Sandown Park, and unfor tunately brie proved fatal. In the' Tally - IIo Corinthian Handicap, one of the run ners, Simon „de, Montfort, fell, breaking his neck, soon' after starting. His. rider, Mr. T. Lees, who had the mount, was thrown., on --iff. . a' rail and fractured his skull.' Ho; was 'taken to a- private hos pital at-Elsternwiclc, and died there. Mr. Lees - Was '49 years of age, and leaves an invalid wife- and one son. I-Ie trained Good;Day' when that horse won the Grand National : Hurdle' Race in 1904. .Alcido also fell in this 'racc, but both rider and horse escaped injury. -In the Ruperts wood Ha 3i di cap Glenemmie fell at the same spot where Alcido came to grief earlier in .the day. I-Ier rider was not hurt, but when Acute Angle fell in the Findon Amateur Cup, jV1i\ M. McGregor, his' rider, had 'his left thigh broken. The stewar...

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