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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Jennings Carmichael Children's Fund.— Received from a little girl the following letter and the sum of £1 for the fund: — 'Dear Madam,- -I am sending a donation to help the good work for that poor lady whose children are in the workhouse. . . . From a little girl who does not like to think of the children in such a place. — Your little friend, Elizabeth Weldon, Booroma Hotel, via Waigett, N.S.W.' I hope ' the little friend ' will see this, ana also receive a direct reply Jfrom the sec retary for the fund. I sent him a stamp with the money, so that he could write to her himself. * * * 'Urana's' difficulty with the roley poley that would stick seems to have been of general interest— an interest as flatter-, ing to the paper as to the primary cause, as it shows how well it is read. Three other correspondents addj:heir experience, two of whom write as others. The third, ' East Cobar,' puts her pen on the pro bable cause ot the trouble. She says: — ' My method is simple...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

j A.W.U. | StifARERS! f SHEARERS!! I . ? mil 1W—MW— — ? J SHEARERS!!! .1 . While, the sheaving is now in full ♦. swing it will be advantageous to all ? shearers if. they write to the* I UNION LABEL j CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS I 623 GEORGE ST., HAYMARKET, ♦ SYDNEY, I nnd have Samples, Tape, and Measure ? ' ^'ornis sent them, so that their orders J ? will be attended to and delivered be ^ fore the ' cut out or, where possible. ♦ The UNION LABEL, CO-OPERATIVE ? H TAILORS will send their cutter to H take orders, which they will be pleased g- to' execute promptly with guaranteed ^ satisfaction. Freight paid. f Mz -1 j by Union Labor only. ♦ ? ? g The ONLY Tailors that are approved H and endorsed by the N.S.W. Labor ® Council and Eight-Hour Committee. 4- patronised by the Leading Members of Iboth Federal and Stats Labor Parties. W. A. HOLZIGAL, ❖ Head Cutter and Manager. -- Baaaac 4}bsesb$ ♦asanas^ .

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOMETHING ABOUT DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

SOMETHING ABOUT DIGESTION. ' Chamber's Journal ' for May, has an article on: this subject. by 'the Right Hon orable Robert Farquharson, M.D.' (whose 'Rijght Honorable'-ship means little, but whose. M.D.-ship is much). He says: '(1) Dyspeptics bear fluids badly. A dry diet is usually needed for them. (2) Due mas tication is essential; as reducing the food by triturition: to that state of fine division necessary to bring it into effective contact with the gastric juice. . . . (3) Dr. Beau mont shows . 'bulk to be as necessary for healthy digestion as the presence of the nutritial principle ? itself.' 'This, in fact, is felt :almo»t instinctively, as was amazingly shown by the spokesman of a party of the Veddahs, or wild hunters, of Ceylon, to miy friend Mr. H. Marshall, when the latter inquired why his people always mixed, the pounded fibres of soft and decayed wood with the honey on which they fed when meat was not to be had. 'I cannot tell you,' said the prac tical Veddah, 'but I kn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

OF COURSE! Of course, everyone lias heard of 'Warner's Safe Cure, and a very large pro portion of the people in the world know the benefit to be derived from taking the medicine in cases of derangement of the kidneys and liver, and complaints due to fuch derangement, such as Rheumatism, Indigestion, Gout, Biliousness, Neuralgia, Jaundice, Lumbago, Sick Headache, Backache, General Debility, Sciatica^ Gravel, Blood Disorders, Stone, Anaemia, Bladder Troubles. There are, however, still some sufferers who are unaware of the remarkable cura tive effect of Warner's Safe Cure, and these are urged to make a test without delay. There is no sense in suffering un necessarily. A descriptive pamphlet will be sent, post free, by H. Ii. Warner and Co., Ltd., Melbourne, Vic. Warner's Safe Cure is sold by all chem ists and storekeepers, both in the original form and in the' cheaper, 'Concentrated,' non-alcoholic form, each containing the same number of doses. For Constipation, take Warner's Safe Pil...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POOR MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

A POOR MOUNT. - Greg, as a jockey here is seen Gutting a c«fio«s caper, Jfe thinks to leap a bar of facta Upon a horse off paper.' SUGGESTED BY NOLTE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. Central. Queensland landholders are charging up to 25s. per week royalty for the right to trap 'possums on their pro perty. * * * English blackberry, sweet briar, Bathurst burr, star thistle, saffron this tle, and Mexican poppy are the weeds which have been declared ' noxious ' in the Canoblas Shire, N.S.W. # * * Victoria has limited the quarantine area in case of the outbreak of Irish blight to an area -of half a mile round the farm on which the infected potatoes were discovered. Previously the whole parish had been quarantined. # # ? Thinning out the blossoms instead of thinning out the fruit is the idea adopted by a New South Wales orchardist this year to get fruit of good size and appear ance. He tried the plan last season on a few trees and got good results, and the fruit ripened much sooner. ? # # About one thousand immigrants are expected in Victoria before Christmas, as a result of the British tour of Messrs. McKenzie and Mead, special Government commissione...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

^ SHIRTS. In our climate to b9 oomfortable see that you wear a Shirt essentially mitable for your requirements. We have studied Shirts since 1868, and we have put all we know into the making of our special lines. We run ' The Every Day,' ' The Easy,' ' The Regatta,' ' The Tennis,' ' The Working,' as well as ' Regulation Dress ' and 'White' Shirts. We have a little book let whioh will tell you what you want. Send us a post card and you will get the booklet. 408* & 490 Goopgx-stroat, GOWING BROS., 7, 8, 11. 18, 15, & 17 Royal AroadQ, WE ADVANCE MONEY UPON ALU CLASSES OF SECURITY. , Fair Intereot and Easy Term#. Bills Discounted. N.S.W. MONT DE PIETE D. & I. CO., Limited. 74 — Castlereagh 6t. — 74. j Tel No. 225. Eustace Bennett. Manager. | Department of Public Works, Sydney, September 23, 1910. Tenders for public works and SUPPLIES. TENDERS for the Works, etc., specified below will be received at this Department until 2 o'clock p.m. on the dates mentioned: — TU...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

PERSONAL Twelve words. Sixpence; each additiona: twelve words or under. Sixpence. Cash with order. -Booking fee. 1/- extra, ? ?COPIES OF WILLS, Title Deeds, DeLch Cer tificates. etc., obtained here or abroad. Missing Friends iraoea. Competent De tectives and private information supplied, iavdney Detective I3ii'-iau. 41 IClizabeth-st. ' Reg. by Gov. W. B Prendergast, Manager ALLEN.-- -Will J. Allen or Dick Harris write to W. A. Allen, Corowa Park. 2l-M- Mile. Wilga, Upper Preston Railway, W est Australia? Anxious. MORRIS.— Will Barry Morris write his mother. Very important. Mrs. R. Morris, Junee. MARK LAZARUS. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. PRELL'S BUILDINGS, 60 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. 'hone City 2249. - ? ? LEAGUES AND UNIONS. Quarterly Advts.— 12 words, 5/-. Each additional 6 words or under. 2/6 per Quarter. Cash with Order. Booking Fee L/- extra. Prepaid Notices. — 12 words, 1/-. Eajh ad ditional 12 words or under. 6d. Cash witn Order. Bookins Fee. 1/- extra. RYDE BRANCH P.L.L. meets ever...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER LIBERAL LIE NAILED [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

ANOTHER LIBERAL LIE NAILED Dear Worker, -^-My attention has been drawn to statements circulated by leaflet and on the platform in reference to the McKye case and my connection there with. The statement made is, that in 'order to make costs in the matter I issued ten summonses where only one would have been sufficient, where, as a matter of fact, only one - breech had been com mitted. This statement is absolutely incorrect, and is unfair to myself and to the Bakers' Union. The truth of the matter is that my original -instructions were to issue over 100 summonses against McKye for breaches of the Award. The Union had evidence connected with over 100 breaches, and it was on my advice that the cases were cut down to ten. If I had wanted to make money, as suggested, I could have carried out my instructions, and instead of 20 guineas costs as al lowed by the Court, a much larger ! amount could have been obtained in costs I alone. As .a matter of fact, expenses in connection with the obtai...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKING OF MANY BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

r: V: MAKING OF MANY. BOOKS. Two extracts lioni.- 'ub Street.'' a novel of authoi-s' Lo..,.,-'.., ( y George Gissing (1S!)1) : — A NOVELIST'S V/iFE ON NOVELS. . ' There were some new -novels on the table; Amy took up a volume presently, and glanced over a page ox* two., — 'I don't know how you can go on read ing, that sort- oj; stuff, book after book,' - she exclaimed. , ' Oh, but people say this .last novel of TVIarkland's. is,.pne of-ijf?;ljest^'\;.-n ., ' Best ;px^wor'-tf^'ipvels'' are all the 'same. Nothing but love, love) love; Svhat silly nonsense it. is! . Why don't, people write about -the x'eally importarit -things of life? Some of the French novelists.'do; several of Balzac's, for instance. I have just been reading his Cousin Pons,' a. terrible book, but; I enjoyed it -ever ;so._ mucli -'because it was nothing like a lpye.stoi'y. .What' rub bish is printed about, love!'. ' I ..get rather. ^ tired., of it sometimes,', admitted Edith with .ajmvsemeiit. ' I should hope yo'u d...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sport and "Sport." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

Sport and 'Sport.' 'The Encyclopaedia of Sport,' first j published about ten years ago, is now ap pearing in a new edition, to be completed in about thirty fortnightly parts. Many experts have, contributed. The general editor is ' the Eai-1 of- Suffolk and Berk shire. It is claimed 'that the pi*eserit edi tion is 'not only' new and revised, but has become almost a new -book, with .a wider scope and a larger appeal.' The first two parts, at any rate (received from Dymock's)) bear this out. The work is alphabetically arranged. Most kinds of .flying machiries are explained and illustrated in ' a - 36-page ai-ticle on aeronautics; 30 pages are given to ath letics; 40 or more to automobiles; and others to angling, ammuriition, alligators, antelopes, and archery. Sevex-al of the sports, it will be noted, are rich men's, as a majority of those in the work are likely to be.' The articles' are informative, arid are very well illustrated , from instan taneous photographs.^ It is a pity, how e...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMOIRS OF HAROLD GYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

. ' i . ? -. — : — r — T '? . j MEMOIRS OF HAROLD GYE. I-Ial Gye, caricaturist, who mostly work's^ in Melbourne, is at, present iii Sydney von~ behalf of ?' The Vanguard.' His cartoons and caricatures are known 'to Worker readers, arid he has drawn for various ether papers. He riiakes this solemn declaration:--^ j. I was born in Sydney just twenty -three years and four months ago. I found the politics of-the pla.ee so tedious that I de cided to become a land (monopolist, so at i.ix months X- sailed- into the bushland, of New South Wales. Finding I couldn't get any land, I -resolved to just grow. Foi ».welve or fourteen years I lived _ in the said bush, nothing much happening ex cept that I made a reputation as a gopd shot with the catapult. My brother cir culated^this rumor. I devoted much time to egg-collecting, ' with intervals of possum-snaring and sundry desti'uctive ness, and these dreadful signs of a bad and corrupt nature culminated when ]. bpgan to poetise. My verses are now...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARY GILMORE'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

.... ^ ? — ♦ — r— MARY GILMORE'S WORK. At the annual meeting of the Australia! Literature.;.' Society, .held .in Melbourne recently, Bernard O'Dowd .stated hi opinion tliat ' JJary Gilmore is doing a^ much t°- ? hujltJ i Up , th- ideal of & fptire 'arid happy . home in Aus tralia.' Turning; from Mrs. Gilrribre's writings ;in general to her - verse,' . lately collected ,m tne .voiume Mr. O^Dowd: %clared that she;had';poten tialiti.eVi-oi'',/^®®t 'poetry, and sometimes struck a, stronger ^chord; but- it would, be on- her sirnpler ^ver^e that her reputation would rest.' .. _ ~ ...... !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF OFFICE. I saw, the other day, where certain people were taking Mr. Fisher to task for, fulfilling the courtesies to a woman which his position demanded. That sort of thing is childish in the extreme, and is only paralleled by the ' Argus' ' sur prise that Mr. Fisher actually condvicted himself as a man of the world, and not as a boor, when the call came to him to do as othei* men did, and the usage of nations requires. There are some people so destitute of opportunity they have never learned that good manners are the lesser morals of humanity. They have lived so continu ously among the rude and ignorant (be their ' class ' what it may) they see only servility in courtesy. They have so little of the finer felineg that makes one able to act with dignity under differing con ditions, tl\at they are irritated by any dis play of it. They never seem able to grasp the idea that if a man assumes the responsibilities of office, he must as sume its courtesies. No one th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REMEMBER! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

— ? ? . REMEMBER ! Remember how near the elections are. Remember whom to vote for, whom to throw out. The future of your State is in your hands, and it is for you to decide whether you will fallow the Common wealth lead, or hang back with those who - .. ? ? Frnm London out tonow uregory »* «*— ? ? ? ward, the Federal Ministry has won the good word. Who has given it to WaJe? Only the coal-ownarsj only the strike breakers! ? ? ? To smooth the hands after rough work rub with a little honey, treacle, or sugar (moistened) and a drop or two of lemon juice and olive oil. -

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Our Women's Page VERSES BY WOMEN. VANISHED ENVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

Our moment Page CONDUCTED BY MARY GILMORE. VERSES BY WOMEN. VANISHED ENVY. [Fob The Woekeb.] Aa dusk, untended by a star, Went westward down the lonely way, A toil-worn woman paused before A. garden-girdled -mansion gay. Fire-gleams defied the deepening gloom Of ogre shadows winter-chilled, JNiat unseen stole into a room By children's laughter music-filled. iWitU throbbing heart and faltering feet, She plodded on in solitude, ,Unto the cheerless squalid street — The home of her loved, helpless brood. She wandered back again once more, - When spring-time's kiss had thrilled the land. But shades were there, for at the dpor She saw a hearse, white -plumed, stand. She turned away with weary sighs, Of envious longings dispossest, | And though salt tear-drops dimmed her eyes, Contentment blossomed in her breast. g. b; ? ? ▲ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

''THnNIUi 1M('V V ? ' I THE ? GROPLEY OUTDOOR »^GfRL SHOE 7/11 ?j It's just the Shoe for the girl who lives | out-of-doors. It is strong enough to stand 3 a lot of wear, light enough for comfort, 4 and is made over natural shape lasts that ' will hold the foot in the position nature j intended. j The upper is cut from a selected tan 3 nage of Glace Kid, has a full round toe, : patent toe can, well shaped Cuban heel, and welt stitched sole. PRICE 7/11 I Posted 8/5. j LADIES IN THE COUNTRY who I want a good Walking Shoe can rely J on the ' Outdoor Girl '' Shoe. We j will guarantee perfect satisfaction j or refund your money. Catalogues of Footwear Posted Free to j Any Address in the Country or Suburbs. 1 CKOPLEY'S - , 'The Always Busy ffiyytfypiir Stores,' I ; 736-800 George St., j Haymarket: jSjjffiT' ' 413-415 Pitt St., *' A | near Central Hail SYDNEY'. /5' fOKoose th.& Best, f Undoubtedly, Baking Powder gives | better results than other leavening j preparations. j j But be ...

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THE "AFTER-CARE ASSOCIATION." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

THE ' AFTER-CARE ASSOCIA TION.' The chief aim of the 'After-Care .As sication' is to find suitable employment for those who have come out of asylums for the insane. The strain and anxiety of finding employment for themselves is too great a strain for some, who are, in the end, driven back to the condition from which they have .just emerged. Further, persons already in situations, who find them overburdening and over straining may apply to the society for sympathy, advice, and help; and in this way many are sustained and helped over a dangerous time into a safer and better condition. The work shows the growth of 'pub- lic conscience. It is, also, in itself a mark of the greater and better distribu tion of wealth. Indeed these two things going hand in hand in this as in so many other things seems to show that the growth of public conscience is in some way dependent on a more rational divi sion of wealth. In Early England, when there were .only overlords and dependents, the care of the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DECENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

DECENTRALISATION. We have heard a good deal about this earlier in the year, in Victoria, but the thing seems to have died a natural death, as there is little or nothing heard about it of late. That the organized agitation should die out is apparent, as the whole thing hinges on th« land question, and nothing else. No amount of Government aid in rail ways, freights, etc, will alter the fact that decentralisation Is a matter of population, and very, very secondarily one of ar rangements. Break up the land, put the people on It, make it produce goods in quantity justifying the establishment of local factories, and decentralisation 'fol- lows just as naturally a» spring follows .winter. ? j Growth is the secret of decentralisation, and growth is population. Establish ten thousand farmers round. Casterton (to take our own town, here), and by the time the orchard and other crops are ready for handling, Casterton will have factories, warehouses, grain sheds, foundries, forwarding and other...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. IMPORTANT RESOLUTIONS AGREED TO. HOUSING THE WORKERS.—THE GOVERNMENT AS A LANDLORD.—INDEPENDENT LAND APPEAL BOARD WANTED.—EXTENSION OF STATE ENTERPRISES DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 29 September 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. IMPORTANT RESOLUTIONS AGREED TO. HOUSING THE WORKERS.— THE GOVERNMENT AS A' LANDLORD.--* * INDEPENDENT land; appeal board wanted.— extension OF STATE ENTERPRISES DESIRED. ?-The following is the . continuation of the r»nort of the annual conference of the Sited Labor Party of South Australia: — RESTRICTION ON CANDl DATES. ? The following motion was tabled— ? ,rhat anj' person coming' through a. plebiscite and refusing to run iur tuiy r-district where such plebiscite. was taken ' shall not be allowed to contest another ?'^plebiscite for tlie same .district 'for . a ?periocl of five years. . ? . ,. ,-v. An amendment was moved that the loss of privileges should only be for, on.e year. Both motion and amendment were lost':-'. LAWYERS NEED NOT APPLY. '' ? ?:Mi\,'War3 nio.ved—;;.;- - , ? - ?:.'? , j\ [f- aepiftmeiit:*ot justice, be .apr, ?'iaiijted 'it6v.sett^^ iik: lftover ipbinted1 ;out that- it ;wpuid be possible; for the Government 'to 'appoint a maxw...

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