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BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 1st TO 7th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

? ^ ? ? BOURKE BRANCH. FROM 1st TO 7th OCTOBER. Cooringoona, Bingara, 10, M, JO.ouu — Balowra, Nymagee, 8, M, 10,700 Alice Downs, Weetah Siding, 5, M, 6800 Mayvale, Barraba, 18, M, 36,000 Tiverton, Ashford, 4, M, 3000 North Cuerindi, Manilla, 3, H, 2000 Cultowa, Wilcannia., 12, H, 17,000 Gragin. Warialda, 27, M, 47,000 FROM 8th TO 18th OCTOBER. Mourabie, Walgett, 10, M, 11,000 ? ^ Hilltop, Bingara, 10, M, 15,500 Yeranbah, Angledool, 26, M, 52,000 Bonebrokit, Hebel (Q.), 8, M, 13,000 Dundee Scour, Glen Innes, 5, M, 12,000 Terlings, Moree, 18, M, 28,500 Kulki, 10, M, 12,000 Corriila, Brewarrina, 7, M, 4000 The Glen, Tent Hill, 6, M, 14,000 Mooculla, Bourke, 12, M, 21,000 j Gerol, Ashford,' 3, M, 3600 ! Yanda, Bourke, 8, M, 5000 Myall Creek, :Delungra, 10, M, 7000 ' Redbank, Harden, 14, M, 18,000 Cara, Delungra, 3, M, 7000 Arrawatta, Inverell, 12, M, 18,000 Balmain, Warialda, 10, M., 15,800 Laura, Bundarra, 15, M., 21,000 Long Arm, Barraba, 9, M„ 11,000 Dungowan, Tamworth, 7, M., 10,00...

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THE LEVY DODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

THE LEVY DODGERS. : J. Landers (Aramac) writes in Queens- i land Worker: I was pleased to see in your issue of September 10, a notice from the President and General Secretary of the A.W.U., drawing attention to the fact that all levies may be recovered by law; There is . also' anptlier-^ simple .way of catching those avIio are v inclined to hang back. Any member may call for a show of tickets at roll call, and refuse to sign on if there are any shearers or shed hands whb have not yet paid their levy, and who Will still refuse to pas'- in that -shed. If this is kept up for the remainder, of the' yeai-, and throughout next year, then all the dodgers will be caught. j : John Bi'acken, at Burtundy, writes that he issued Union and levy tickets to T. . Clarke, a shed hand, , who was to get an order , for the amount. However, Clarke left, and handed back the tickets, refusing to pay for them. ' ' _ | * # * '? '' Dear Worker, — Owing to continual showery the shearing ai-ound the Hillston di...

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VICTORIA. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

? ? ! VICTORIA. i FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 1L. ] Hopkin's Hill, Chatsworth.,6, M.. 10.000. Mount Emu, Chepstowe, 10, M.f 17,000. Wongan, Streatham, 7, M., 14,000. Gorrin, Dobies, 8, M., 14,000. Gala, L'smore, 12, M., 21,000. Narrapumelap, 'VVickcliffe, 17, M., 34,000. Leslie Manor, Foxhowe, 10, M., 20,000. Muntham, Casterton, IS. M., 30,000. Cregg Park, Katunga, M., 8000. South Caramut, Cara.mut, 10, M., 27,000. Burrumbeep, Maroona, 10, M., 20,000. Warranooke, Lubeck, 20, M., 32,000. Edgarley, Willurah, 12, M., 14,000. De Cameron, Elmshurst, 6, M., 14,000. Yalla-Y-Poora, Buanjror, 17, M., 14,000. Barfold, V., 7, M., 21,000. Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M., 28,000. Bolinda Vale, Lancefield Junction, 44, M., 65,000. Banongil, Skipton, 12, M., 14,000. Vite Vlte, Derrinallum, 13, M., 26,000. Dunrobin, Castei'ton, 15, M., 22,000. Glenfine, Pitfield, 16, M., 22,000. Titanga, Lismore, 10, M., 13,000. Salt Creek, Woorndoo, o, M., 8000.: Woodhouse, Dunkeld', 13, M., 21,000. Drysdale, Euroa, 5, M., 1...

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BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. Started: Ivenilworth, Tuloora, Oak hurst', Woorawadian, Bucki, Strontian,' Limebon, Wongalea, Brushgrove, Pullam ing, Lower Lila, Auburn Vale, Thurul goona, Ross Glen, Trowel Creek, Gour nama, Florida North, Duntulm, Llangollen, Piangobla, Balowrie, Key tali, Tilba, Ringabell, Whooey, Woodville, Collala, Talawanta, Ottamildi, Clylie, Neka.rboo, Plantation, Main Camp, Ulonga, New Prospect, Nerkabo (Cobar). -: . Cut Out: Belalie, Collewaro3T, Wilder ness, Wonga, Glenelg, Freshwater, Now ley, Cryon, Barralcee, Milo, Coppymur rumbilla, BangateJ' Belaley, Bundaleer, Ballarang, Nymagee', Glencoe, Burindi Tarwong, Curragundi, Angledool, Laurel Vale, Dolgelly, Gunnible, Bunarba, Mil roy; Mona, Uardry, Magenta, Keewong, Mapfred, Mascotte, Bundali, Wharparilla. Cash for Tickets and Levies: G. Cooke, Organizer, £9 15s.; B.-A. Ringstead, Kal lara, £ 3 9s.; -T. -J.- Swinejr, Quantambone, acc. Richards, £16 4s.; R. Murray, Willi mill, acc. Andrews, £13 10s. 9d.; J. An-» drews, Orga...

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

-.-? . ' ? ? ♦ ? VICTORIA - RIVERINA BRANCH. / '??? ? ? ? ? \ new South wales. - . FRbM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Tarcutta, Tarcutta, 14, M., 25,000. Benambra, Culcairn, 10, M., 18,000. Table Top, Albury, 26, M., 60,000. Merino Downs,, Henty, 20, H., 28,000. Bulgandra, Bulgandra, 18, M., 20,000. Brae Springs, Gerogery, .10, M„ . 15, 000, Mangoplah, Wagga, 10, M., 1S,000. Round -Hill, Culcairn, 29, M., 40,000. . Walbundrie, Walbundrie, 36, M., 40,000. Gerogery -West, Gerogery, 8, M., 16,000. Doodle Cooma, Henty, 12, M., 2?., 000. Willow Park, Albury, 4, M., 16,000. Egan's Creek, Yerong Creek, 12, M., 14,000. Roachdale, Germnnton, 8, M., 16,000. Big Springs, Wagga, 20, M., 25,000. Book Book, Wagga, 16, M., 15,000. Mountain View, Germanton, 5, M„ 10,000. FROM OCTOBER 16 TO 30 Woomargama, Woomargama, 16, M., 17,000. .Rotherfield, Bowria, 4, M., 6000. Pullitop, Wagga, 10, M., 8000. Woodlands, Germanton, 8, M., 9000. Brumgagee, Wagga, 7, M.. 7000. Miarb, The Rock, 6, M., 7000. Kinross, Germanton, ...

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DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

DELAYED. Owing to the immense amount of extrt work entailed in connection with the ^ub' lication of 'The Vanguard*' member? sending in slips will please note that same cannot, be attended to with the same despatch as heretofore, but every appli cation for The Worker will receive'out earliest attention. Please don't write if your Worker doesn't reach you, for some days after your slip is sent in. We'rev doing our best. Letters at Worker office for J. Doyle, W. 'Helder, J. ;E. Quinn, A. McDonald (late Delungra). ;? : . * ? ? # '???:# ; -- 4 A.W.U. shed hands' ticket, Vic.-Riverina - Branch, issueel to W. .Moodie, may be had on; .application, . with particulars) at Worker office. ^ ' # .? # , ??? . The names of those who were burnt out by the recent fire at Groongal shearers', hut are as- follows:— D; McGinness, O. - Clover,- J. Clover, R.; Wynd, A. Hobson, G. McCoombe,.- R. -Moore, W. Gilbert, E. t Cliilde, ;- J. Lyje.r ,. J.: Roche.— A. Plobson, t-Shearers' Rep.v v . ??- .????? ?? #-...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. . I The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps, for last shearing, i There is no certainty that they will apply accurately for this.' shearing,1 'but- will in the great majority be only liable to slight variation. It is almost impossible- to. get dates and particulars for this year's shearing to publish- in time to be of any value to members, hence last year's dates are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. «. In this list the lines indicate shed, post town, number ' of shearers, hand or ma chine (II. or M.), and number of sheep. CENTRAL BRANCH. fROM 1st TO 7th OCTOBER. I ^uej'Leu-Mudgee Line, 12, M, 19,000 I Mylora, Binalong, 9, M, 13,000 « Emerald Hill, Binalong, 6, M, 13,000 t Rutline, Grenfell, 3, H, 4000 Brundah, Grenfell, 4, M, 4000 Spring Park, Monteagle,. 8, M, 11,000 Iandra, Greenthorpfe, 12, M, 17,000 Cooring, Crowther, 2, M, 2000 Mountain View, Bendick Morrell, G, M, 8000 Lower Coolegong, Young, 5, M, 6000 : Tumblet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

SEND IN JTOUR SLIP. The term covered by Tux Worker Siipa attached to last year's A.W.U. tickets lia« now expired in many cases, and members ara reminded that the new slips must be sent iu promptly. If there is a black mark in the margin it indicates that your teria fa up and that the new slip should be sent.ilong if you require lis to continue sending the paper. The mark will be placed upon tvro consecu tive copies, after which the paper wiil noi be sent unless the current year's Slip ha» lieen. received at the office; please attend to it at once. It may happen, that an odd paper may be marked in error; in such case* members are requested to write immediately to The Wobkek Manager, 129 Bathurst street, Sydney. A mem ber forwarding a nenr^X'^ igBMHHrcr slip should state whe- / ther his name *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH. THE following, who acted as Shed Reps. last season at the undermentioned sheds are requested to forward. at once all A.W.u! tickets unsold and butts and cash of ariy tickets sold to the A.W.U. Office, Orange; — J. O'DONOGHUR, Raylands. P. J. FAftRELLY, Claverton. JAS. CLIFFORD, Wallin Billan. J. R. TRAVERS, Hawthorne. H. CONNORS, Nanima. G. SHERRIN, Burnama. A. WILLIAMS, Numby. J. WRIGHT, Bee Hive Farm. Any member knowing the addresses of any of the above, or any member who may have obtained a ticket from any of the above, is requested to communicate at once with IKE SMITH, . . ? ! Set. A.W.U.; 1 Orange. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION BOURKE BRANCH. Local agents supplying ticket books. Rule S7. — No Local Agent shah supply ticket books to Shed Representatives or any other persons except when authorised by the Secretary of the Branch. TICKETS, WORKERS, Balance Sheets, Rules, Conference Reports, Ballot Papers, etc., can be obtained on application t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

jl' I AN APOLOGY. I; , I Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the nevy H I ; BURGOM I (| i Comfe® fir* O tatters I | j (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool) 3 |j a we regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to ? Istj 1 obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with | I B^rgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. j 73 MACQUAKFE ^STSEET, SYDNEY. j essmsm mass* j THE Ask the Local Store- J I i I IS 1 I II Sole Agents: 'j | keeper for them, or U Uli |l |l MM M M Dalgety & C°-' Ltd'. 1 j Apply Direct to the : f ; |)f y| J|) f Jfji i Miller's Pt., Sydney. . ^ HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. j Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. 1 I . (I |j n IV II l l ' I II1 SMART— SHEARING IS EASY i I I I Jl Jl Jl Jl il il Jl WHEN YOU USE i IjJfWwp Ootsilb® I pltilAlMM lIlllitllMi stud 1. jww Otsttera PRIC^^L EACH. j I ifjr ^°*c Agents: | Dangar Gedye & Co. | make. j gent Sydney. 8 'THEY'RE EASILY THE BEST.' - | This Union ? — 511 — ? ? Bunion (1/ ...

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WHERE VULTURES FEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

WHERE VULTURES FEED.

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CENTRAL BRANCH. Levy Shirkers Will be Forced to Pay.— Re Organizers Missing Sheds.—Branch Boundaries.—Advice to Members.— political Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

I CENTRAL BRANCH. foVy Shirkers Will be * Forced to Pay.— | jfos Organizers Missing Sheds.-- -Branch! ' \ Boundaries.— Advice to Members.'--; : Political Prospects. i' . ? ?_ ? ?' gtarted: The Pines (Bimbi), 4D ^Spring Ridge), Botfield, Adavale,' Nan ijoi (Wellington), Cumboogle, Blairgow ;L Devonhurst, Oakleigh, Glen Kiddle;; ; jarragrin, Bundella (Quirindi), .Gladys; {park, Larras Lake, Cassilis, Brarbong.i lijenalong (Dubbo), Silent Dale, Fairview: Iwarromine), Eirabong, Iandra, Willie: ^Plnma Eunonyliareenali, Kickabil, Yam Iiljora, Whitton Forest, Morangorell, Lue, [-jlarparary, -MelrQ.se Plains, Brewarrina, J'aragundy, Glengarrie, Cowcumbla, f fiien Isla, Berthong, Gun dare, Arrama ' gong West, Blackville, Llangolen, Col laroy, Uluey, Quilbone, Merrigula, Wattle 'vjile, Bercham, Bedford Park, East Bland, 'Oakville. Dale's Greek, Branston, Colley - 'burl, Home Plains, Roseneath, Weelong, 'Boyd, Green Grove, Cowabee, North Ber embee, Drinane (Dubbo), Miandetta, Clonleigh, Munger...

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DEALING WITH LEVY SHIRKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

DEALING WITH LEVY SHIRKERS Dear Worker, — Owing to false reports in circulation in connection with the dis ruption that occurred at the start of Too loora shed, Walgett, I. crave space to set out the circumstances fully which led up to the trouble, and which culminated in five men, two of whom were shearers, going on the track. I write this in order to warn all levy shirkers that the same fate may await them as befell these five when they meet a staunch crowd of Unionists. We commenced the year's shearing at Muckerawa, Goodoogo, on July 11, and when the time arrived to isssue tickets these shirkers used the usual excuse for dodging payment, viz., ' next shed.' I, with the other ' true blues,' ac cepted this marking time policy as an in dication of their intention to evade levy payment, and accordingly arranged to deal with them effectively at some subsequent date. Muckerawa having finished, we started Inglewood, a short shed, where these gentry endeavored to elect one of their numbe...

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

ORGANIZERS7 REPORTS. W. J. Dunstan, Adelaide Branch: — I 'have visited the following sheds: — Win- 'ninie, Panaramitee, Braemar, Lilydale, Manunda, and Tiverton. At Winninie I enrolled all shearers and one shed hand. The rep. will get all the other lads. At Panaramitee all hands had tickets, and I enrolled those who had not levy tickets. At Braemar enrolled all hands but one station hand with tickets and levy. This station hand was afraid he would hurt 'the manager's feelings if he became a member. At Lilydale, which is a second shed, shearers and shed hands had tickets and levy. Enrolled all station hands with both tickets. At Manunda the rep. had issued tickets to all hands; also a few levy tickets. I got every man here before I left to also take his levy. Tiverton, with five shearers, was the only place for the season where no levy tickets .were is sued. As I will again meet those men around the Burra I have hopes of getting -hem to come into line with the rest of ®ur members. # ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. E. Bramhall, Rep., Goonal: When writ- ; ? ing for Workers, the number of shearers and shed hands should be stated so tliat adequate supplies can be sent. This was; not '?don,' in your first communication. ' Jib: Where a wool-classer combines the, , duties of -wool-classer and wool-roller, and . ' is paid by the thousand, lie shall l'ecelve the wool-roller's' rate, as fixed by the shearers' award, in addition to the mini mum rate per thousand as fixed by the wool-classers' award. The minimum rate-., for classing is, -where not over 30,000 sheep ; andi -lambs are shorn, 22s. 6d. per thou sand. ,You are, therefore, entitled to the above rates of pay. . — ?1 All stations are now paying union rates ... for wool. It is, ;liowever, noteworthy that only Tliylungra station, tho property of Philp and Forsyili, refuses, to pay union, ? rates for out loading. , , n 1 v*/ ?' J ' ?The' Carriers' Qnioh (Charkyillo,. is - progressing' ruiiidlvi.-- j. .Tlio . lnombci^sliiP;. ? now...

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

f STARTED. ^ ;* Herrlgula.— J. Byrnes, Rep. ? . ?#; * ? * ?'? '???'? ... Balowrie started-Sept. 5.— A. Boag, Rep. # ? ??? '? .'? v Cahnya, Coolabali CD. . M'Coy's). J. E. Tattam. - ' ' r ? Miller's Creek, Willow Tree, started ' Sept- 21, 3 shearers y short.— G! Anderson, pop. , ?; ? ? -1 - # - , . w ? ? Melrose Plains, Fifield; started Sept.- 13, B shearers short; expect 4 or 5 weeks.— ; j_ ji. Dultes, Rep. ( I # { i . | Klori, Tamworth, will start Sept. 20; ; iooo'a-man for 8 shearers; same team as The Braes.— J. Curley. ' - ' (i I ##..#. , A Yarragundry, Wagga, started Sept. 15, L k ^jth' full hoard — 6 shearers and 4 - shed I lianas.— T. Miller,. Rep. | ? - #? ' # ? ? -, | Cowcumbla, Brawlin, called roll_ Sefpt. { j 20; full board of 10 shearers, about S^shed, | lands — J- Ki'S'. ReP- . ! # - # ' * ' , ' ? ? Colleyburl started Sept. 1; 4 shearers I and 4 shed hands. All the right -sort' of .] toys— W. Jordan, Rep., - - I ? , # | Glenalvon, Murrurundi, started Sept. 20, I witli fu...

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. Levy Going Well.—Victoria Well Organized.—Additional Agents. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

VICTORIA- RIVERINABRANGH. Levy Going Well. — Victoria Well Organ* ized. — Additional Agents. Started:— Buckingbong, Panooliamuwny Yarraberb, Walmer, Innisvale, Oaklands, Cape Plain, Narrow Plains, Metro Farm, Koongbool, Marmion, New Haven, West Kilyana, Glenmore Estate, Ibelong, Mortat, Rich Avon, Karyrie, Thalaka, Banyenong, Stanhope, Kamarooka, Quainbatook, South Burrabogie, Fulham. Cash received: — T. W. Newton, Yanko, tickets £17, levy £8; D. McPkae, ?.'orn- alla, tickets £23 8s., levy £32; J. Mor gan,. Melool, tickets £20 18s. 3d., levy £19; D. Corcoran, Berrigan, tickets £1 9s., levy £2;: J. Brennan, Noorong, levj^ £1; J. Colquhoun, Wiinnamurra, tickets £27 '10s. 6d., levy ,£30; E. Howell, 'I. Athole, tickets £15 4s. 6d., levy £10 10s.;] R. Cooper, Wandook, levy £6 10s.; Stenhouse, Roughwood, , £ 6; T. MeEwin, Cobram, tickets £27 13s. 6d., levy £28 10s.; C. . Keighran, Cobraitji, tickets £24 19s. 9d., levy £24; T. Reaper, Noorong, tickets £15 6s. 6d., levy £2; J. 31'artiri, .W...

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ADELAIDE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

ADELAIDE BRANCH. t '?.?.???Started :7-rHeydon, Yardea, Mt.' Rem«.sfcfe able, , Buckland Park, .' Boobooerowipi' Capeedee, Bundaleer, Oulina. v: -' Cut out: — Nonning-, Bemberowie, Lily-i dale. i-'2 Cash recei\-ed: — B. Ling, acc. Dunstan,.'*- £55; J. H. Clayton, £21 5s.; ,A. Ely, .cio. 9s„ Ree'gan's list '16s.; W« -Ji' McDonald* -acc. Dunstan £16 5s. , certs. £7 10s.; J'« , Minoclt, acc. Dunstan. £1 2s., certs. Is.; VW; Norris, £13 Is.; A.' David's' standing acc., 15s.; G.' Taylor, £26 lls.;j W. Mahert, acc.' Taylor, £2 10s.; C. Han-t ,:'?? cock (sficond instalment), £30 4s.'; W. . . '.'5. Dunstan,' £11 Is. 4d.; J. Napier, acc. Dun- ; stan' £-2 ; J. Lyons, £ 9 2s. ,; ... J. Murphy, v £300; J. Carn, 16s.; T. Edwards, 16s.; D. . Quinn, 16s.; R. Pole, £1 12si; G. Taylor, 16s.; J. Miiiock, £5 12s.; J. Marshall, £„!? j 12s.; J. R. Ling, £1 3s. 4d.; W. gurns, v| 16s.; V fT Floyed, £2 is. 9d.; W. I-I. Bovcb, \\ 15s. '?.-??'? ''???? ' ~ - -Reports from x-eps. and organizers throughout the b...

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CUT OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

CUT OUT ,.Wirchilleba, Co,bar.— C. Newland, Rep. ' Willaioo, jMoree. — T- Campbell, Rep. Nymagee cut out Sept. 16'.— E.v;l-Iearn,- Rep.\ .. * ' J-'- . -C #' #' j, ;*? '.V ;l ' ? Bundouiar, Dubbol 'cut o'ut':Sept.-i.l6. — '* * , ?- -t Jv.^Hilson, Rep. -r 1 , * ?' k * ' 'r . ' » Tabratong 'station cut out 'Sept., 20. — E. II. Furlong, Rep.' , ' V ^ *'i' ' X * - * -*- rs Jl~ ~~4D, Quirindi, -will cut- out 'about- Sept. J23.— R. lloddcr, Rep.' ' {*' '.'-r » ! - Bupaba cut' out Sept. 9. All hands took 0. Ickets.-— R. Jvettle, Rop. ' ' ; . - ' # ' ' # s , ''?* ' *1 Morven will cut out Sept. 21, after- a fine run.' All hands took' tickets.. — W. J. I-Iunt, Rep. & \ 1 Eui'ugabah, Booligal, 'will cut1.. p'ut.^Sept. j il. All hands took tickets and paid levy. — -j J. MoPherson, Rop. . . Cryon finished Sept. ~ 16.' , Sain'e lot of men go to Pullaming,' starting. 22nd. — Con. Smith, Rop. Cryon. ' '' , - 1 ?' Ogilvie,. Gurley, will cut out Sept. 17. All financial .with tickets and levies...

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THE UNION CASE. CANNOT GET WITNESSES TILL AFTER SHEARING. Fellow Members,— [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 September 1910

THE UNION CASE. CANNOT GET WITNESSES TILL AFTER SHEARINp. Fellow Members, — l We at one time thought we would have been able to have our claims for better rates and conditions of labor settled definitely either by conference or the Court before the general shearing came round. TTTe, action of the P.U. in delaying their decision regarding a conference rendered -that impossible. J AM -f C 1nr.f aP vyu iiuLii-ivru ^ nicui uii oaiiuui^ iu laoi ui. our readiness to confer and settle our differences without the * intervention of the Court, but it was not until April 29 ? that they agreed to meet us. (The con ference met in May; and proved abor tive. We at once asked our Council to furnish the General Secretary with the necessary legal authority to lodge our claims upon the different branches of the P.U. and the banks which we had pre viously cited, so as to get before the Court. The authority was obtained, and the claim submitted on May 21, but the last of the P.U. replies did not come to...

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