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EPSOM AND METROP. HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
EPSOM AND METROP. HORSES. Flavinius is the hero of the hour after beating .Malt King in the Spring Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday. He will meet Malt King on 61b. better terms in the Epsom, so must be very hard to dispose of. There is no doubt Malt King was either badly ridden or was interfered with at the half-mile post on Saturday, as he was third last at that point, and came outside of everything at the home turn, losing a lot of ground, so it looks as if with ordinary luck Malt King should beat Flavinius in the Epsom, though the latter must have a big chance. Gold Lace won the Camellia Stakes in very good style, carrying 9.9, and cutting out the 6 furlongs in 1.14, which equals the record for the track. In the Epsom she has only 9.2, and on the way she finished on Saturday she looks like run ning the mile out well. Maltchester, who ran second, is not in the mile race, but Apple Pie, which ran third on Sat urday is, and has 131b. to come off her to what she carried on Saturday. Ap...
THE VANGUARD A BUSY DAY AT THE WORKER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
THE VANGUARD ? ? ? 4 ? . A BUSY DAY AT THE WORKER OFFICE. Phew! We have had a day! ! When we decided to start 'The Van guard' we expected that there would be a considerable demand for it, but we didn't barsrain for what liaDDened vesterdav. September 16 will be remembered' at The Woricer office as one of the days on which . Something Happened. Here were we, a steady%oing weekly newspaper staff, with our supplementaries, hustled at 'one fell swoop,' as the melodramatists say, into the intoxicating rush of a panic for 'Vanguard.' Our great Hoe machine responded valiantly, and as the demand increased it seemed to be ' imbued with enthusiasm, and strained every muscle^ we mean crank— and fairly foamed 'Van- guards.' - -?''??' 'Fifty dozen,' cried a Newtown news boy.- -.?? ' ; .-. 'Bli-me I; was here fur'st,' cried Pyr mont; 'where's my: lot? Could have sold them all if I'd had 'em ten minutes ago.' .. ? . . ? ' . . . 'Give us two , dozen, quick an', 'lively. I've sold liout three times,...
IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
IN WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wednesday. The revision of the Cabinet, following on the Premier's resignation, has been completed. Labor-renegade Daglish- is Minister, for W^orks. ? The new Cabinet lacks public confidence. Tory dissensions are anticipated, with a barren session and an ea.rly dissolution. The- Workmen's Compensation Bill will probably be strangled; also .the Licensing Bill. A tremendous fight is expected over the redistribution, of seats. Extensive jerrymandering 'is certain, :' - - 1 J ? / 1 j T . - r« - 1 j 1 ? . W- ** f We may not at present be able to af ford more than a bob's worth of hang -over at the theatre, but the very poorest among us wili have a private box at last. * ? # * , ? A GOOD SHILLING'S WORTH.' Like some Munchausen tale it sounds — A bob will win five hundred pounds; And you may be the one 'to pick it, So buy it now, that Eight Hour ticket. * w w ' The new chum 'was visiting Port Hack ing fpr the first time. ' Do the fish bite easily?' he asked of an ...
SELECTION OF CANDIDATES. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SYSTEM CONDEMNED. Local Selection by the Electorates Adopted. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
SELECTICN OF CANDIDATES. ! SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SYSTEM . ! CONDEMNED. Local Selection by the Electorates Adopted. ' The. question of the method of selecting--.... candidates was brought up for considera-' tion at the South Australian Labor Con ference last week. Hitherto the custom - has been to select the wliole of the can didates required by means of a plebiscite, , the executive,' subsequently 'apportioning the candidates ; to the .electorates.- This system will now be dropped, and tlig selec tion left to --- the .' local'-,' branches /of the ' United Labor Party. ^Mi\ W. j. DUnstan , (A.W.U.) moved— Nomination on Plebiscite or Selection- ? ! — Each 'electorate committee sha,ll select its own-i candidates by calling fori nomi nations from/members of the party will ing to contest Federal or State seats at least three! months before' the' dissolu tion of Parliament. V ; ' The mover stated that it was impossible for a member to have voted for the. -30 men required at the last plebiscite...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
CANBELEGO. GKOUCE WOODLEY. MINERS' ARMS. Best Wines and Spirits Sold, not kept. Good Accom. for Man, Bike, and Beast. Workers' 1 louse. ? ? ? ? J GOG GIN, FEDERAL HOTEL. Best . ? Accom. for Workers. ? EHVy AND SON, General Merchants, for all your Requirements. Shearers' Supplies. COBAR. AB. CAMPBELL, MARSHALL STREET. For the BEST IN MEN'S WEAR. HATS, BOOTS, and MERCERY, Etc. 33N MARQUARDT for Best Bicycles. Sun dries, and Impairs. Next A.W.U. Agent. FItANK GRILL, Grand Hotel. Best House in Town for Civility and Attention. O to A. B. CAMPBELL'S for CLOTHING and BOOTS, MARSHALL STREET. ' TTULT.O! Where to?' 'HARRY NEW fl BERRY'S EMPIRE HOTEL for Civility and Attention.' Workers. Patronise. T|/T A. DAVIDSON. A.W.U. Agent, the ill. Premier Hairdressing Saloon, neat* the Great Western Hotel. Tobacconist, Stationer, and Fancy Goftds. Don't forget the address. 7VT DOGGER, next Stadium, Red Bird, J3. B.S.A., Masscy-Harris Bicycles. Repairs. HOAIAS 'CLARKE, RAILWAY HOTEL. First-dags Accommod...
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. Page. Australian Parliament ? 23 Cable News ? 19 Calendar ? 2 Coalminers' Wages Board in Vic toria ? 9 Federal Note Issue ? ? 5 Labor League Notes 18 Lay of the Land ? ? ? 18f No Mercy from Wade ? ? 13 News of the Week ? ? 19 Our Women's Page ? ? ? 7 Page. Page Twenty-One ? 21 Proposals for Law Reform ? 15 Selection of Candidates ? 13 South African Elections ? ? ? 2 South Australia ? 5 South Australian Labor Conference 11 Sundry Sports ? ? ? 17 The Arrest of the Strikers ....... 24 The Ketferal Capital ? ? ? 13 The Fight in N.S.W ? ? 3, 15 The Turf .' ? ? ? 17, 19 Page. The ' Vanguard ' ? 13 The Wade Government and Edu cation ? ? ? ? 1# Victoria ? ? 9 Victorian Labor Items ? ? 8 Wolf and the Man ' ? ? 20 Straight Australian ? ? ? 12 Mr. Wade in the Country . . . The Glad Hand to America ... Tale of the 'Rich Men' . . Woman — and the Orient. Gartoqixa that Talk-Page I and 13. iagsggggjagsBCBaaaggii mg -nummm ini niu^aii«iii'i I, 'm1 ' 1 1 1 laagpa^^g...
WOMAN—AND THE ORIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
WOMAN— AND THE ORIENT. ? A N episode occurred a week or two * * ago which, although so far no one has been candid enough to say so in so riiany words, doubtless came as a blessing to those Anti-Labor folk who delight , in throwing mud at the Australian Alien Immigration Restriction. Act. It appears that a certain lady of white birth had been living for some more or less considerable period in India, and the sun of that coun try had imparted to her appearance 'a darker tinge than one usually associates with people of Caucasian extraction. .This lady decided to come to Australia, and ! in the proceess of putting her determina tion into practice found herself in diffi culties with the immigration officials who, observing the dark skin tinge alluded to above, were inclined to think that she came within the category of persons to whom the Act was intended to apply- In other words, the officials were inclined to doubt the lady's assertion that she was a white woman. However, in the end it...
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. ATTORNEY-GENERAL HUGHES' OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL I ATTORNEY-GENERAL HUGHES'' A' OPINION. I irr Wade could not hide his disappoint £that the vote of £45,000 for the toberra Capital Site was passed by both Ees of the Australian Parliament. In interview, lie said the vote was no Jarantee that the site would not be Lured; These remarks were brought Ser the notice of the Attorney-General. 'Yes my attention has been called to He remarks of. -Mr. Wade,' said Attorney-General Hughes, 'and his criti flsm upon our action is so obviously the Liitical dodge of . a man swimming in Sueeij water and almost at his last gasp, that it does not seem to call for much teuly It may perhaps be permitted, how ever to remind the electors of two^ or three things in connection with the capital [ite and tlie attitude of the Labor Party 'The most effective reply,' Mr. ITuglics Kent on, 'to Mr. Wade and his criticism Is that it lias always been left to a Labor Government to take any definite step that has been taken towards settling the sit...
NO MERCY FROM WADE. JUDGE'S ORDER DISOBEYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
:no mercy from wade. I JUDGE'S ORDER DISOBEYED. I There have been voluminous, and chang ing, Ministerial explanations as to the circumstances under Which Bowling and the other coal strike leaders came to be harnessed in iron when removed from i Darlinghurst to country .jails— men of whom even the ' Herald ' said on January : 28 last:— ' Reference was made to the i high private character, of -the' convicted ?men, and we are glad to allow that even now hone of them are criminals in the or ? dinary sense;' - After Judge Rogers had sentenced Bowl Mug, Hutton, Butler, and O'Connor, in the Arbitration Court, Bowling. inquired: 'In : Maitland Jail? That is nearer home.' : His Honor replied: -'I do not know whether that can.be arranged. It is not an ordinary criminal case* and the regur j lations may enable the sentences to be 'served in Maitland JaiL 'I 'think it should ite Maitland Jail if possible.' ? ; Mr, Justice Pringwent further than ; this. When passing sentence, on- Febru i ary 10,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
LATEST AMERICAN sA SHAPE mij 919 If you want a really smart shoe — 8 a splendid wearer that will keep its | shape and give you every satisfac- g tion — send along to FAY'S for this | one. B Here's the description: — | Gent's Tan or Black Glace Kid or 1 Box Calf, a good fitting shoe with | sewn soles, 9/9. With II- extra for I postage. | Remember, FAT'S have 300 S j varieties of Gent's Boots at 9/9, and | I they're GRAND VALUE for the g money. | Send for a copy of OUR BIG 1 NEW CATALOGUE. It's post free. | EDWARD FAY, The Two Sig Shoe Stores, i Corner Pitt and Liverpool Streets, M and at 716 George St., Haymarket. i Marcus CM & Co., Ltd. CHARMING SPRING MILLINERY LADIES! Our MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT o' SPRING HEADGEAR now awaits your inspection. The Models we are offering in Our S HO TV ROOM are THE PICK of the Fashion Centres for the choicest creations of the mojnent. No. 1— A CHARMING MODEL of Soft Crinoline Straw, large loops of Merv. Ribbon and Wreath of Shaded Roses form a...
LABOR MEMBER HOLLIS AND SUPERANNUATION. ANOTHER OF WADE'S CALUMNIES EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
^ LABOR MEMBER MOLLIS AND SUPERANNUATION. ANOTHER OF WADE'S CALUMNIES EXPOSED. Premier Wade has not the common or garden courtesy to apologise for his false statements about his political opponents. In every- case he sticks to his misstate ments. He has not apologised to Mr. Fred. Flowers yet, nor is he likely to. One of his latest attacks is exposed as baseless by Mr. Robert Hollis, Labor M.L.A. for New town, who has long been associated with the railway unions. Speaking at .Junee, where there was 'a large number of rail way men, Mr. Wade said he ' condemned the action of Mr. Hollis, who in the last j stages of the Railway Superannuation Bill, had tried to incite the minds of the Council that the scheme was financially rotten, and asked them to throw it out. Such an action seeking to deprive the railway service of the Superannuation Act was worthy of the severest condemnation.' As a matter of 'Hansard' record, Mr. Hollis stated in his public contradiction that what he did say was t...
P.L.L. EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
P.L.L. EXECUTIVE MEETING. The Executive met ,in the Trades Hall on the 19th inst., and the President, Mr. P. J. Minahan, M.L.A., occupied the chair. New Leagues. — New branches of the League established at the following cen tres on the dates stated were endorsed. viz.: — Burrumbuttock, August 27; Law son, August 31; Nelligen, August 27; Sutherland, Sept. 7; Belmore, Sept. 7. Reports from the Organizing Committee, and from the General Secretary, showing the financial position of the Executive, were submitted and adopted. Some business of a pressing character was disposed of, when- it was resolved to refer all details in connection with the campaign, to the President and General Secretary to attend to on behalf of the Executive, and the meeting adjourned till after the General Elections. — J. Grant, Gen. Sec. P.L.L., N.S.W.
SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
SENTENCED TO DEATH. Wm. John Phillips, who outraged and murdei'ed his eight-year-old daughter under- revolting circumstances a.t Wil loughby, S3rdney, on April 16 last, has been founci guilty and sentenced to death. He displayed the utmost sangfroid- through out the proceedings. When sentenced to death he said '.Thanks.'
CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
CABLE NEWS. ? ♦ ? ? The police force of San Francisco, al leged to be corrupt, is to be reorganised. R. G. Dunville, an Irish whisky distiller, died worth £ 917,200. At the last British elections there were 42,000 illiterates. ^ China is negotiating fort he building of war vessels, 15 probably, in America. Socialists have just won the ninth con secutive by-election in Germany., . Leader Dr. Jameson and four other Con servatives were returned for Capetown. Some provincial Mane.hurians (China) will boycott Japanese goods and money because of Japan's annexation of Korea. Two negroes were lynched at Nash ville, U.S.A., for attempted assaults on white girls. Aeroplanes were successfully used dur ing the military manoeuvres in England, Germany, and France. . ' Mr. Graham White's flight of 32 miles down Boston Harbor in 40m. 1 3-5s.,, was was unbeaten at the, aviation carnival, and he won £2000. . Mr. Ernest Mileson, radiographer at the London Hospital, after being operated on for the sixt...
TRAM FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
? - ? ♦- ? ' - . TRAM FATALITY. Three boys named Mack Morrison ( 6 ) , Arthur Albert (-6), and James Dimond (7), coasted down an incline of Belmore Park, Sydney, on a trolly cart, and dashed out on to the roadway in front of a passing tramcar. Morrison was - killed,- and - the .other boys were severely injured.
WRECKED ON KING ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
. ? — - WRECKED ON KING ISLAND. The full-rigged, ship, Carnarvon Bay, 1795 tons, bound from Liverpool to Syd ney, struck' a reef off King Island, and was- abandoned by Captain Griffiths and the crew. The, captain and' 14 of the crew were picked up in an -open ooat uy lh-= steamer Tarcoola near Wilsoh's Promonr tory, but the boat .containing the, first, mate and -13 of the crew have still to be accounted' for. It is feared that the ship will, become a total wrecjls.
RANDWICK GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910
RANDWICK GALLOPS. The outer half of the course proper wae, available to trailers, at Randwick this ^ morning. The going was good, and some interesting gallops were recorded. Maltine «.as -nne of the early ones, and she ran a* mile nicely in lmin. 50sec. Tanami and Lady Vanity ran the same .journey- just under Maltiners time. Nuwarra Eliya and Fortius went well over six furlongs, and Call Boy went a furlong, further journey in lmin. 36%sec. Bunbury ran halfaTm|Ie in good style, and Desert Rose from a standing start ran seven furlongs' in lmin. 34sec. Woad was too « good for Nangar over a mile run in .lmin. 46.^ sec., 'while Aborigine only spurted half a mile. Mono bel ran a mile in lmin. 51sec., and. Apple Pie arid Nancy Stair ran 6 furlongs in lmin. ' ldsec.; .Maori King and ^Empirical ^ doing it' in lmin. 2lsec. Danilp/apdjKu.r nell ran a mile in lpiin. 491/Jjsec.-, and Orodes alone a like task in lmin. 49sec. Flanigny and Watchchain ran three quarters, of a mile in lmini- 211/2sec...