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DERBY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

DERBY PROSPECTS. With Electric Wire not engaged, and Blairgour scratched, the A.JiC. Derby looks to be Very open. Cadojiia prom ises to b,e about favourite. „ having shown fair staying- ability, and he seems to be on 'fhe improve. Desert Ros'e seems to be pretty good' up to 6 furlongs, but !fj failfed to quite see the 7 furlongs out last i)] Saturday, when Electric 'Wire beat her. .vpj BevQrage ran third, but it was his first ii race for a long while and ;the run will . ,1 1. do him a lot -of good arid he is likely ij to be hard to beat. True Spec, failed i' in the Rydalmere Mile tin,, the minimum, j|:; so his prospects are very remote. - :j! Duke Foote, who has been, on the easy v jj] list, was a starter in the Spring Stakes but finished nearly last, so he 'will need to improve a lot -to have any chance. . «; Ptah is outclassed, as are Wroad; Tanami, .? p; . Prince Lock, D.S.O., Zilper, Moorilla, and ? . .j! Blue Gem. ^ - j|.): Gigandra ran : a good race f dr 6 fur- t if longs; but...

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

EPSOM AND METROPOLIS. |! BETTING. ?; ? - ' ??? Several changes have, occurred ^ silica i- last week in the Spring .Handicap events. 4} Malt King is still at a. very short price, - j j two points less than Flavinius; two more' '*?; away coming. Gold La'ce,. four in front of- 'j; Maltine, who has gone back-several points. .;ii Then at fairly long prices follow Bobby, Apple Pie, Silver Hampton, Golden Slip per, Aborigine, Ra( Bright Laddie, .'Call Boy, Parsee, ? Broadsword, . in that order. ? Patronatus and Son of the Marsh are equal favourites for the Metropolitan; at fairly short odds;' three in advance of Crucinella, who - is' four- points'' shorter than Cadonia and Flavinius; then: six points away are Parsee and Safrano, fol lowed at intervals by Britain, Trafalgar; t Didus, Jinnee, Aborigine, Eric, Maltine, Bobby, and Silver Hampton. ? ? A— ?

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THE TURF. (Continued from Page 17.) TIPS FOR HAWKESBURY. Flying Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

THE TURF. (Continued from Page 170 TIPS FOR HAWKESBURY. Flying Handicap. Silver Hampton ? ? ? X Malster Maid ? ? ? ? 2* Apple Pie ? ? 3 Hawkesbury Guineas. Desert Rose 1 Beverage - 2 Hartfell ? Z . Park Stakes. Tazoni ? ? 1 Prince Yattendon ? ? ? ? ? .? 2 Greenbank .... ? ? ? 3 Hawkesbtifry Spring Handicap. Jinnee' ? ? ;... ? : ; 1'. Ei'ic ? ? . v. .................. 2 Danilo ? ? v. ?/. . 3 High' Weight Handicap. 9 Lady Ruenalf ? ? 1 Saynden ? ? ? ? ? ; ? ... 2 Diabolo ' ? ? ? T. 7. . '3

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RANDWICK DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

RANDWICK DOINGS. Some fast gallops were put through at Randwick last week, and the different horses bid fair to be in grand condition by the time the spring meeting conies on. Maltine ran the' fastest mile of the sea son last Thursday, when sne got over tne eight furlongs in lmin. 44% sec. She seems to be getting better 'with racing and fast work, the same as she did last year at this time. Beverage and Flaxen ran six furlongs together in lmin. 20sec., and the former is shaping very well on his work, . and should be in good trim for the Derby. Flaxen is looking a lot better than he did, and may take some beating in the. Caul field Cup with 7.9. On Saturday he ran a useful round. A horse that is improving every day is Jinnee. He needs a lot of work and racing to get him into form, and on Thursday he ran a mile with Fortius in lmin. 451/&sec., finishing well. Lager spurted five furlongs in lmin. 5%sec., and is getting in hardy condition, though she may not be quite equal to ru...

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SOME GOOD DIVIDENDS AT PORT ADELAIDE. A CAULFIELD CUP CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SOME GOOD DIVIDENDS AT PORT ADELAIDE. A CAULFIELD CUP CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL. Advocates of the totalisator would feel pleased with some of *the dividends re turned at the Port Adelaide meeting last Saturday. The striking feature about them, too, was that in several instances those paid for the second horse were larger than those for the winner. In the Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs, a field of twenty seven fa!ced the starter, Master ? Koran winning in an easy manner from Sedan and Fortola. There were nineteen start ers for the hurdle race, about 2 miles, San Toy winning from1 Flagstaff and Ma cumba. The winner paid a dividend of £30 15s, and Flagstaff £35 18s. The Spring Handicap,' nine furlongs, attracted nine runners, and some fair performer? were included. Carl' Dour, who is en gaged in the Caulfield Cup, with 6.11, won nicely from Ellerstene II. and Waipuna. A large field ran for the Juvenile Stakes of half a mile, and the winner turned up in St. Vincent, who won in a canter from T.T. a...

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ROSEBERY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

ROSEBERY RACING CLUB. Fine weather, a large attendance, and good sport were the conditions under which the Rosebery meeting y^as held last ( week. A start was made witli the .Flying Handicap, '5% furlongs, and' a lield; of 14 ran. Frenchy was favorite, but lie ran badly, and Ascot got home frorn Kilderkin j and Alberto. The Maiden Handicap, 4% ! furlongs, was run in divisions, and Game Kid got home from Miss Voyou f(the fa vorite) after a very close finish.: Con well was the elect for the other, and he won easily from Lady Cross. Coriwell was an odds ' on ' favorite for the run off, and it was never in doubt,' as he won easily. Laurel proved what a good bit of horseflesh she is by carrying her lit. .91b. to victory in the 13-3 event, but had not Game Lad (favorite) riiet with interfer ence he would have accounted for the opr position; Prince wa's placed second, though Game Lad occupied that position. Mulpera had such , a long break ori her field in the 14-2 race that her victory loo...

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WALK-UP STARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

WALK-UP STARTS. It is very hard ito convince some Eng lish racing .people that the starting machine is the best method of getting horses away, and some have even in duced a return to the old, flag system. Most would be satisfied if the walk-up start wras' given a trial, and when at Goodwood recently four horses — one the first favourite, and another ridden- by. D. Maher — were left at the'' post, ' the opponents of the standing start rejoiced exceedingly. The jockeys concerned -stated that the contretemps was tlie fault ' of their horses, the starter not being to blame. . This did not meet with the views of orie writer, 'Spearmint,' who let. him self go as follows on the subject of start ing:— 'And now for a little plain speak ing. The present system of, starting is a disgrace and a scandal. The win ning horses do not stand. , Thesy cannot 'win; if they, stand still. Islington Green, Ultimus, and Collegian were, staridirig still. ' And they stood still so long that the race was over...

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SUNDRY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

SUNDRY SPORTS. Was it the Reno fight or the 'rhino' fight? Hon. M. Scott has retained tlie golf championship, of Victoria. Queensland won the rubber in the bowl ing matches .with New South Wales. . Kid M'Coy and American heavyweight Jim Barry are coming to Australia. Vogleri -the -.-great bowleg, will be ,a member - of the South African team. The Maryborough, V., Council refused to let the Town Hall for a boxing contest. Tommy Burns' knees are 'gone,' and it is feared that his boxing days are over. R. E. Foster describes South African Vogler as the finest bowler in the world. Tommy Burns reckons that .lie won 15,000 dollars last Melbourne Cup Meet ing^ . It is likely that a team of ..New Zea land cricketers will shortly visit Aus tralia.-; - Kent, the county champions,. -we're de feated by 244* runs by.. tlie Rest of Eng land.'' ?; ? . - - ? A. Luton, the Queensland 'harrier, won the cross , * country - championship' of Vic toria.,' . ; . Interviewed in America Tommy Burns ;.j said ...

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

LEAGUES AND UNIONS. Quarterly Advts. — 12 words, 5/-. Eacli fedditional 6 words or under, 2/6 per Quarter. (Cash with Order. Booking Fee XJ - extra. Prepaid Notices. — 12 words, 1/-. Ea_ph ad ditional 12 words or under. 6d. Cash witn Order. Booking Fee. 1/- extra. EY.DE BRANCH P.L.L. meets every Mon day Night at TO'\Y N HALL, RYDE, at 8 o'clock. Everyone heartily welcome. J ir.VDV\VAY. President; C. H. BANKS, Hon. Sec., Porter St., Ryde. .WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS IN OUR COLUMNS Always Mention The Worker. IT' WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO OURS. STAWELL AND ARARAT STATE ELECTORATE. 'XTOMINATION S from Persons willing and JN eligible to Contest the above Electorate in the Labor Interest, will be received up to MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910. Nomina tions to be addressed to WM. JACK, Hon. Sec P.L.C., S taw ell, Vic. 'Fhi1- Vali'' ' ' Honest Treatment.' FURNITURE. H. GOLDSTEIN & CO., OHEXPKST HOUSE IN SYDNEY FOR NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE. Furniture and Gas Stoves, Iron Saf...

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

SOME OF I CHAPMAN'S Popular Songs and Piano Pieces. | i All ©d. Each.- ? - ; || I Post Free to anv Address In Australia. Send Stamps, Postal Notes, or Money Orders. |1 SOME OF OUR SONGS. Longest way round is sweetest way home. Baby Jack (just out). She's a Lassie from Lancashire (popular). There's another picture in mother's frame. Alone (popular). I'm starving for one sight of you (new). Will my soul pass through Old Ireland? From Poverty Street to Golden Square. Where the Sea Breaks on the Shore (fine gentleman's song). Has anyone here seen Kelly? (good comic) Asleep in the Deep (fine bar tone song). And a little child shall lead them. A bunch of Golden Wattle (a fine song). Absence makes the Heart grow Fonder. COlleen Bawn (a favorite Irish song), i Alice, Where Art Thou? ((popular). Come Back to Erin (an old favorite). Consider the Lilies (sacred song). Don't Take me Home (comic). My Wife's Gone (a rattling good comic). Davey Jones' Locker (fine baritone song). The song of the L...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. ? ♦ ? At the next Nowra (N.S.W.) show, in stead of a slieep-dog: trial, there will take place a cattle-dog trial. The dogs will v.orlc poddies as directed by the stewards. # * =s Foot and mouth disease in Great Britain has been eradicated, and in con sequence the prohibition issued against the importation of British stock to Aus tralia has been removed. w «= # The wallaroo (macropus robustus) has been ' absolutely protected ' in New South Wales until August 11, 1912, and anyone Idling a wallaroo now renders himself liable to a fine of £5 under the Animals' Protection Act. # # ^ The tallest tree in Australia, the mea surements of which have been definitely ascertained, is a mountain ash (Eucalyp tus amagdalina) on the spur of Baw Baw Mountain, Gippsland. Its height is 326ft., girth 25ft. Tin. at Cft. from the ground. * # * Someone hag written to the Victorian Minister for Agriculture that land holders are being influenced by reports that Mr. Wragge has predicted drou...

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LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. VICTORIA. j BRUNSWICK. — At the half-yearly meet- | ins the following office-bearers were elected: President, Mr. Frank White;, dents, Messrs. Plunkett and Ward Anstey, secretary, Mr. Hobbs: treasurer, Mrs. O'Brien; press correspondent, Mrs. Jackson, delegates to Bourke campaign council. Mr. Frank White and Mr. and Mrs. OBrien, committee, Mrs. Whithan, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Roberts, and Messrs. Simons and Lani gan. ESSEN DON. — The following officebear ers have been elected: — President, Mr. J. Mirams; vice-president, Messrs. R. Mander son and E. Maloney; secretary, Mr. .1. --~ Buxall; treasurer, Mr. G. Mahood; commit tee, Messrs. S. Merrifield, . Merrifield, M. O'Brien. R. Stewart, and J. \mnard; trustees, Messrs J. Orane and S. Merri field, sen.; press correspondent, Mr. J. x. Vinnard. MELBOURNE. — The following officers have been elected: — President, Mr. T. Tunne cliffe, M.L.A.; vice-presidents, Mrs. Tunne cliffe and Mr. C. J. Bennett; treasurer, Dr. Maloney, M...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

Lis of the. .week. Iiiptander Beverldge was killed, by a Jng tree at Bright, Victoria. The Dutch squadron of warships has rived in Sydney. i named Felton n*iet his death jy drowning' a-t Kempsey. Wm. Busbridge, who had resided in Sdulburn for 50 years, died last week. The flow from the Cork bore, in Queens land's reached 1,000,000 gallons daily, j C. Gunnell, one of the oldest resi dent's of Mud gee, died last week. from America comes fiews of the death of Hamilton Hill, the Bendigo baritone. Dead at 60, J. G. Collins, the well known pastoralist, of Mundoolun, Q. fche Westralian Crown Solicitor is in-, fl'uhing into charges of corruption in con nection with the Lands Department. The decrease in 'Victorian, exports for the eight months of present year repre sents £210,662. - ifo fewer than 305 applicants have been received for 29 farms in the Carras Lake closer settlement resumption. Two more trains have been derailed on the Victorian railways, but no one, was injured. . . Fahter Cle...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 22 September 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. AUBURN. — The League is in a flourish ing condition. Weekly metings are being held at Mr. ICerkhoff's and at the Temper ance Hall alternately. Financially we are very sound. Much enthusiasm sin a activity are displayed by the ladies in adding to the membership of the League; in fact, the women nave mure men. One lady, Mrs. Saunders, got us SO members within a few weeks. If we had a few like her in every town Liberalism would be dead and buried for ever. Mr. F. E. McLean's' chances are particularly bright, but it must not be overlooked that Mr. -Nobbs' committees are carrying on a house to-house canvass, and are working untiringly to save the Coereionist's skin. The necessity of subscribing to ' The Worker ' was em phasised, and also of mentioning the Labor paper when dealing with those who adver tise in ' The Worker.'' BELBONE. — Our second social was a great success, and result largely due to the hard-working ladies' committee. There were about 100 couples present....

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BAD ACCOMMODATION AT BULGANDRAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

BAD ACCOMMODATION AT BULCANDRAMISE. De?.r Worker, — I am sorry to have rea son Lo crave space to draw attention to the disgraceful state of the acomrao dati'on at Bulgandr'amine. On arrival, any person' would at first glance think ? that' the huts had been erected for' two or ? ' three boundary riders or station laborers of exceptionally strong constitution.. On examination, the huts proved to be the eating and Sleeping apartments of the shearers. The hut is a wooden building with iron roof, unlined. and is 'built very low ^-rth insufficient light from ?-?impro- ' ' perly constructed windows. In their :? stea'fi' the .light -'is greatly augmented by ' cracks snd gaps - in the walls, which not only admit light but also wind and rain in an unlimited quantity. There was a ? : shower of rain here .recently, and all ? hands, had to ; leave, their bunks and go . into- the middle of the floor to save them selves from ' getting wet. The hut: in - spector from Peak Hill .examined tli'e hut «...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are to. continue working under the terms of tha present Arbitration awax'd until such time as the claim which, is now being mada for an alteration is. dealt with by the Court, v - It is Mioped the Court .will detei'mine the matter before the .shearing is far ad-, vanced. ?; - .. ' ? ' In any engagements members may en-* ter into extending over a lengthy periocU they should make a condition that any; work done after the' award of the . Coux-l! has been given shall be paid for 1 x*ates specified in su^h award. W. G. SPENCE, President. - . i, tU.p, ? 3 U\ CDONBLL. Gen.. .See. i

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LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY. IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

LEVY FOR LABOR DAILY. IMPORTANT NOTICE. While, so far as the season has gon-?; neaiiy the whole of our members have been loyally paying lip their levies for the 'Laboi* Daily' in their first- sheds, there yet have been instances where some have refused to do so. The levy was imposed by- a huge major ity vote; of the members themselves, and it is to. be regx'etted that there is even one member in our xnidst pi'epared to violate Union' principles by trying' to .evade pay-- - v ment.- ? . % For the infoi'.mation of such; therefore, ,. .we swould . quote section 68 of the Com monwealth Conciliation and Arbiti'a tion Act of 1904. This is . the section: 'All -fines,' levies, or dues payable to an organization by any mem ber thei'.eof under its rules may, in so- fat' as they are owing for any. period of mem bership subsequent to the registration or proclamation of the organization, be sued for and recov.ei'jed in the name of the or ganization in any Court of summary jur isdiction ? constit...

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QUEER DOINGS AT BECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

QUEER DOINGS AT BEGTiVE. Dear Worker, — On September 17 I wireel from Gunnedah to Bective station for four pens, and received a favorable -reply - the same afternoon. The following day .(Sunday) two of the four rode out, along with two others who had previously , se cured pens. Arriving at the station about 5 p.m., I reported to the overseer, also my mate. The other two went to the yards, and discovered the class of sheep, and would not start. On the following after» noon my other mates arrived by coach (the i-emaining two mentioned in the wire), and after being enlightened as to the conditions they' had to work by and the rules laid down by the shearers them selves, they declined to start. It was not the sheep that startled me, but, speaking for myself candidly, I would riot shear them for £p a 100, and then a man would only make a living wage. We were in formed that in the event of a man leaving or being discharged he would be chai'ged . £ 1 per week for mess, which would be place...

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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? Some members have been Inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed Labor Daily shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall, be Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union-' owned and controlled. To give the other Unions a chance to come in it is imperative that the sch'eme shall be based upon company lines. Com-; pany 'law requires that ? a certain number of persons shall join together to enable a -company to' be formed in the first in stance. To comply with this law it has been decided that- a certain number of approved persons may come in as founda tion members. The total amount of cash they, may pay in, only amounts to £100 out of a total of: £100,000, and the voting power is based .on the money paid in, so that it should be clear they will not have the slightest power to influence the con trol which the Unions, for whom are reserved the £99,900 worth of shares, will have over the paper. Ea...

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BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

BROKEN HILL. Since last writing, the following sheds have cu-- out: Torodown, Wycot, Wood lands, and Yalcowinna. Poolamacca and Tolarno will . cut out this coming week. The following amounts have been re ceived from the various sheds: J. E. Hol land, Mount Sturt, tickets £4 10s. 6d., Dwyer list 13s. 6d., Mclnerney 13s ; W. H. Rich, tickets, £2 5s.; J. Parker, Yanr dama, £5 10s; J. Mitchell, Yalcowinna shed hands, ticket^, ' £ 20 7s. 3d; Mrs. Williams' assistance fund, £2 9s.;. G. Wells, Woodlands, £19 lGs;; W. Graham, tickets, £18 7s. At Yalcowinna the shed hands' rep., collected £2 . 9s. on behalf of the widow and' children of E. A. Williams, a late member, who has just died in the Broken -Hill Hospital. The shearers on cutting out had an amount of rations over, and they decided to have these for warded on to Mrs. Williams. Mi-s. Wil liams and family are left in poor circum stances, so those who give to this case; will be giving where it is needed. Atf Tolarno, on the river, there....

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