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SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY OF AUSTRALIA. To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY OF AUSTRALIA. To the Editor, 'Labor News.' Dear Sir, — At the Annual Conference ot the Socialist Labor Party the following resolution'was carried. 'That we protest against the continued detention of Paul Freeman, and demand that he be given an open trial, at which all the evidence of the authorities against him be produced and the facts probed to the bottom. We consider that it is an outrageous act of militarism and injustice, and a violation of the- fundamental principles of human liberty. We further protest against the continuation of such deportations, and of rule by ukase and regulation, and demand that no person be deported, interned, or imprisoned without first being tried in open court, where evidence should be pro duced so that those charged would be able to defend themselves.'' It was further resolved that fraternal greetings be sent to Russian comrades, and that the workers of all lands be urged to call upon their respective Go vernme.nts to withdraw ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

HIGH-CLASS PASTRYCOOKS AND CATERERS WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES A SPECIALTY HEAD OFFICE ! 252 PITT ST., SYDNEY AND AT MELBOURNE WESTPHAL & CLARK'S WINES CHAMPION PRIZE PRODUCTS 5 Gold Medals 2 Silver Medals 21 Firat Prize* I© Second Prices ' \ Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, I© 18 i Good wine keeps away the influenza and builds up the system. Ask for our Invalid Port. JUST OUT! i 'THE CASE FOR THE O.B.U/1 By £. E. JUDD 'These revolutionaries are men who do things.' — 'London Times.' 'The Case for the O.B.U.' is a statement impregnable in truth and reason; a statement that is unanswerable; a statement that contains an arsenal of facts and arguments for O.B.U. propagandists; a statement that is the most important that has ever been issued to the working class of Australia;. a statement that will shake things. This statement should be read by every man and every woman. PRICE, 6d. per copy; or 4/9 per doz., pO6t free. Send all orders to J. S. Garden, Secretary, O.B.U., Trades Hal!...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "MORNING HERALD" BOGEY. THE POOR WIDOW AND YOUR KANDOS CORRESPONDENT. To the Editor, "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

THE 'MORNING HERALD' BOGEY. THE POOR WIDOW AND YOUR KANDOS CORRESPONDENT. To the Editor, 'Labor News.' Dear Sir, — I do not know whether amusement or disgust was my strongest feeling upon reading the extremely ridicu lous statement of C. Shanahan, Secretary, Miners' Lodge, Kaudos, as published in your issue of June 7. The most palpably false part of his tirade against your Kan dos correspondent is his reference to that old and worn-out bogey of the 'Sydney Morning iHerald,' 'The poor widow.' Mr. Shanahan knows quite as 'well as I do that the person referred to was myself, and I can assure your readers that I have never : been a bogey or connected in any shajie ' or form with the 'Sydney Morning Herald.' On the other. hand, I am con nected with the Labor Party . by close family ties and personal interests. I . do not forget for a moment the- great sacri fices made during the last great strike ;of j this grand body of unionists, the coal miners. But you will allow there are ex ception...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

mVALUE— THE KEYNOTE OF FAY'S WINTER FOOTWEAR! i ' It would be Impossible to find a more complete or comprehensive showing of dependable footwear than that at present displayed at our Four Footwear. Stores. : - Style—variety— dependability are ill well In evidence, *ut economy Is the predomlnat ''' EDWARD FAY. LIMITED. nr . . 'The Big Boot Block,' W CORNER PITT AND LIVERPOOL STREETS, SYDNEY FINE FOOTWEAR A«*o at: GEORGE-ST., Haymarket; BROADWAY, Glebe; BRIDGE, Newtown. It Never Tells lies Biggest bargain yet offered by K. & B. ? Therefore, a bargain indeed. Our K. & B. Railway Lever is guaranteed absolute for - 25 years. It is therefore, tinie at the minimum cost — XI- per year. Firmly set in a dust and damp proof case, this extra jewelled watch is the ? symbol of good timekeeping. KITCHEN & 8INGHAM Merchant Jeweller*, Queen Victoria Buildings, 467 GEORGE. STREET, 6YDNEY. THE COMMONWEALTH HOTEL GEORGE AND PARK STREETS WHERE EVERYTHING IS OF THB BEST. J. BARRET...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

NATIONAL WHAT? National Party ? NO! National Industry AND Merit Gumlypta Embrocation FOR RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, &c. The Best in Australia for Australians. Support us by testing GUMLYPTA EUCALYPTUS PRODUCTS. ! From all High-class Stores and Chemists. GILLARD GORDON Ltd. 13 Bridge St., Sydney. j i . i : i i i MAKE AND BAKE AND TAKE TOE CAKE W3TH Aunt Mary's Baking Powder Made' from pure cream of tartar. Guaranteed free from phosphates, sul phates, of'alum. Coes twice as far as inferior brands which cost you only a little less. Gives beet results. Save the lids for the No.. 9 Competition now nmninB. £100 GIVEN AWAY IN CASH PRIZES. The King of tilt Forest THE KING OF TEAS KINO TEA i (THE NEW CEYLON) ThiTftVleHai* KING TEA 150 Competi tion Is ffrjull swing. Free and easy. SomtUiing .gtVtllngw-Somethtng New. 'AakNjCjW* ORQCER' ?

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mule's Logic. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

A Mule's Logic. A man had a piece of vacant land -upon which a poor male was grazing. '1 9ha.ll harness you.' said the wan to the mule, 'and plough Oils ground to grow a crop.; J o£ melons, of which I am very fond, and^ the stalks will supply you with fo&a/1-^ To which proposition the mule replied: 'St'.''i I consent to work . on S*»ur plan, TMt'l will have the melons and I will be Avonwi oft than I am now, inasmuch as 1 «hall^i have to eat dry melon ..stalks infctead of ~ grass. I'll not do It' tHow unreason- ' able yo'ir are!' replied the man. 'qfoar father never had any tooO^bnt thlstlea,t; and he used to work sixteen hours a: day'-;:. without grumbling.' 'That may be 4«&e J , true,' said the mule sadly, ''but thea': you know -my . f&tirec wag an *?**'. ~ 4 :A

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN VICTIMS TO MILITARY FEROCITY WILL THE PEOPLE RESCUE THEM? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

AUSTRALIAN VOHS TO MILITARY FEROCITY WILL THE PEOPLE RESCUE THEM? As a result of what is officially de scribed as 'a mutiny not accom panied by violence,' several decent young Australians, after long and honorable service aboard the warship Australia, have been sentenced to lengthy terms of imprisonment by an officer's' court -martial, and in some cases the offenders are to be igno niiniously expelled from the service after serving their sentences. The whole affair seems to Tiave been a storm in a teacup to the or dinary civilian, who can scarcely im agine the awful and truly sacred im portance of a British naval officer. These overtrained and ridiculous products of tradition and gold braid are autocrats of such boundless im portance that the King of kings on his eternal throne is only a humble circumstance compared to them. Therefore, for a common seaman, or even a non-commissioned officer. to presume to thwart their royal will, or for an independent, spirited Aus tralian to give t...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. BANKSTOWN BRANCH, A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

MEETINGS. BAWKSTOWN BRANCH. A.L.P. The above League _held its usual fort*, nightly meeting in Thursday, 13th inst. The meeting was favored with its usual large attendance and has every appear-; nice at an early date of holding the largai meetings held prior to the influenza re-, strictions. The ranks of the League aro' gradually increasing, and at this meeting eight new members were nominated. It can be plainly seen that this Branch is doing all in Its power to be prepared for the forthcoming elections. i The question -of forming separate women branches in the district was lengthily dis-: cussed, and it was decided to get expertf information and advice, and it is hoped the necessary arrangements will Jje made, for forming these branches throughout thej Bankstown district. Some months ago this Branch had all tlie necessary arrangements made for thei resuscitation of the Rivesby League, which had become extinct, but had to postpone the meeting called on account of the in-: fluenza res...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

1 . ' I In business, bold advertisement Is payable and -wise. It benefits both those who read And those who advertise. Thus gasping mortals- in distress Discover in the daily press Tliat lliey relief and health assure. By taking WooQs' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS. Warwick Farm. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

^ ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS. Warwick Farm. Hurdle Race, .-'. Cordon. JloUge ? » 1 Sweet Step .-. ? .,;...... 2 Frigate Bird ? 3 Pace Welter. Goorianawa ? ? 1 .Gponhilly ? 2 - Bezant ? ? 3 Liverpool Mile. Fah King ? 1 Kinills ? 2 Ard-na-ree ........... ? - 3 Juvenile Handicap. Cayley ? 1 indermay ? 2 Wonouri ? ..» 3 Warwick Handicap. Varico .......... ............ l ? Peat ? **...»: 2 Amber Rose ? 3 . Farm Stake*. Sweet Varco ? 1 Sliver Trim ? 2 Don Antonio ? 3 HURDLE RACE— About two miles. (2.10) stlb etlb Sweet Step ...11 8 Frigate Bird ..9 6 Royal Hasfgrs 10 2 Sword of Honor 9 0 Cordon Rouge 9 12 Taralie ..: ? 9 0 Swanker ? 9 10 Bob Steel ? 9 0 liOuvoyer .... 9 7 PACE WELTER— Six furlongs. i: (2.40) Portrait ? 11 0 Sumach ? 8 . 6 Coolstone ?... 10 9 Playman ..... 8 6 La Steppe . . . . 10 7 Jacka ? 8 8 Goonhilly .... 9 10 Bezant ? 8 3 Goorianawa ..91 My Bobby .... 8 3 Iranian ? 9 0 Lady Lillian . 8 2 Earwig ? 8 7 Banarway .... 8 2 Lady Bayard. 8 7 The Elect .... 8 0 Savior d'Or ..86 Odd...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murphy. (For "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

Murphy. (For 'The Labor News.') Murphy, getting on in years. Sees his black hair turning grey, Crows* feet round the eyes, and dears' ' Shadows falling oh his way. In his youth, no terror pressed Heavily about his heart; Life was then a merry jest Buoyant, brave; he pjayed his part. Murphy, early, saw afar, J Rising from horizon rim, ' ' Labor's scintillating star, ,,, i And the sign meant much for hint, {: Loyal service, discipline, ' Doing nought that might impede c- Those whom Labor sent to win ,) Fortresses long held by Greed. ' % True to nmteship, never yet . Cjj ?Has he turned upon his kind. 3L 'Scabbing' on a pal beset miM Never entered Murphy's mind. * tfm Lifting cobbers from the bog:, ' i-aS Making happy 'home-fires gleam, ^jff| Fighting for the underdog '- ifsBj E'er has been Pat Murphy's drean&JlH Hope yet flickers in his breast, - -;, Ssfgl Labor's star is still in view— 'yUa But when he lies down to rest '^Ha What will wife and kiddies do? 'Sm That's the spectr...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. Grand Nationals. WILL COMFORT AND SIR PRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

V.R.C. Grand Nationals. WILL COMFORT AND SIR PRIM. Interest in the Grand Nationals is daily increasing, the principal feature of the double-event betting being the desire to couple Str Prim with ail the leading can didates in the Grand National Hurdle Race. Several big wagers were laid during the ?week in the combination commencing with Will Comfort, Kinlark, and Tinana, and all ending with Sir Prim. There was also a 'share of Me business done with tlie com fcijjatiOES of Will Comfort and OJd Mun ? ftindt, and Kinlark and Old Mungindi. Though Kinlark casod temporarily on Saturday it is now apparent that opera tor are prepared to take no risks with his chance. ' J. Holt, his trainer, has . iWaymea and Mabu still in the race, but no surprise would be felt if Kinlark were the elect of the stable on the day. There are inquiries for Calais, and a fairly sub - '$tajntial commission lias been concluded 4n favor of Kalwyk, who lias won four 'races this season. Katwyk captured the v Caulfiel...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

[?] Bottle King has never won a hurdle race, but put up a great fight at Onkaparinga, where he ran second. He is to be ridden by Mooney. ' There has been solid movement in favor of Cuffs, who won the last Australian; Steeplechase in record time, and the double of the two Sirs— Sir Thomas (imp.) and Sir Prim — has received further atten- ; tion. j-' **?*/ Wassica, who has 10.2 in the Grand National Steeple, has arrived in Melbourne from Casterton. Wasseca, who is in the hands of F. Heazlewood, has won several steeplechases in Melbourne and the pro vinces. The horses receiving most attention at this stage are: GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES. ' Will Comfort. Tinana, Beltane. Katwyk. Kinlark, Explorer, Waymea. Mount Miltsin, Sandule, Suma. Lord Nagar, Silent Way, Calais. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE. Sir Prim. Cobram, Old- Mungindi. Cuffs, Doiran, Murrangong. Gladful. The Aisne, Jack Rice. Ferrignite, Lord Cecil, Pinon, Person ality, Rendrock,

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. OFFICIAL MANIFESTO [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

AUiRMJAN LABOR PARTY. ^^ — OFFICIAL MANIFESTO BY THE NEW SOUTH WALES CENTRAL EXECUTIVE. lo the Members of A.L.P. Branches and j Affiliated Unions. 1 your Central Executive deems it neces Jiry to issue a word of warning against ?nemies within our gates whose propa ?anda aims at weakening the discipline, Breaking the solidarity, and destroying ?ie authority of the great Movement built Ip after many years of patient effort by he workers of Australia. 1 The chairman of the Employers' Fede mtion recently stated that be had means ?[ immediate knowledge of the doings and Mrangements of our organisation from Me inside. f ?Similarly it is known that the agents M the Nationalist Government, provided With ample funds, are at work sowing (lie seeds of dissension amongst us. V The industrial and political history of jfcme of the leading plotters against the Movement is very unsatisfactory. . j Genuine Laborites should be very.care ?i'. with whom they associate. Under ?arious guises and pretexts ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Land Tax Exemption. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

The Land Tax Exemption. The Interstate Labor Conference has decided, by a two-thirds majority vote, to go for the abolition of the £5000 exemption in the Federal land tax. For quite a number of years efforts have been made to abolish this blot from the platform, but hitherto without suc cess. It has long been felt that, even if any exemption at all were justifiable, the sum of £5000 was absurdly high, but Confer ence had no taste for haul-measures, and declared emphatically for 'no exemptions.' This decision, if acted upon, will not only provide much additional revenue to the Federal Treasury, but will also stop the all-too-common practice of bogus family subdivisions of rich estates whereby so many separate exemptions were obtained that an enormous amount of our most valuable lands was evading the tax altogether.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Labor Party. OFFICERS FOR 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

Australian Labor Party. OFFICERS FOR 1919. An effort Is being made in certain quar ters to cause dissension in the A.L.P. by assertions that the A.W.U. dominated the A.L.P. Conference and obtained an undue representation on the new Executive. The A.W.U. has 100,000 members in Australia. The Central Branch alone has 16,000 members in New South Wales. Five A.W.TT. Branches had representation at the Conference, namely, Central, Railway Workers, Western, Broken Hill, and Riverina, Mr. Rae (R! ? '— : ' ? '') r^-? Mr. Cullinan (Western Branch) rendered unswerving support to the proposals of the Rosa-Willis group. It is, therefore, a base betrayal of sup porters for Samuel Rosa's paper to con tinually assert that A.W.U. delegates caucused and solidified to advance some supposed special interest of the A.W.U. Rosa cannot even be loyal to John Cul linan and Arthur Rao. The new Executive is more widely repre sentative than perhaps any of its pre decessors. Out of 33 Executive Officers, 19 rep...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Biggest Joke in all History. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

The Biggest Joke in all History. At Scapa Flow, In the far north of Scotland, the surrendered German war fleet was interned in care of the British navy after the armistice had been signed. The ultimate division of these spoils of war was to be determined after the signing of the peace treaty, but the Germans have forestalled that decision by sending almost Jthe ;entire fleet to 'the bottom. What any one with the intelligence of a rabbit could be thinking of to allow a single German to come within twenty miles of the interned ships heaven only knoWe. Our patriots have ' been preaching- for years that the Germans were an absolutely perfidious, treacherous gang of criminals, who were not to be trusted, and yet they allowed them to man and control the ship's 'captured from them. This is very mucjh the same as if a burglar captured with' a lot of loot upon him was made caretaker until such time as the rightful owners could' agree as to sharing it up. The war being over, it is quite certa...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jellicoe's Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

Jellicoe's Mission. The Governmental, naval, financial, and commercial people of Australia — in fact, all the anti- Socialists among us — are sup porting the visit of Lord Jellicoe. He is a big gun of Imperialism, and his mission is | Imperial Federation. Behind him are the 'Round Table Groups' and all the influ ence of the British Government, and such bodies as the Over-Seas Club. This last-named body is tremendously active in its campaign for Imperial Fede ration. Since the war started it-has raised up a remarkable membership. All over the world it has obtained substantial sup port. Highly-placed men everywhere belong to it. Here Is a summai'y of its latest members' list:— British Isles, 3345; Europe, 3121; Canada, 3355; Newfound land, 192; United States, 3399; West Indies, 668; Central America, 518; South America, 3134; Union of South Africa, 6633; Other Africa, 1728; Asia, 3194; Aus tralia, 3705; New Zealand, 1926; South Pa cific, 583. Total, 35,501. The Over-Seas Club represent...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINORITY INDUSTRIALISTS DAMAGING ADMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

THE MINORITY INDUSTRIALISTS! DAMAGING ADMISSIONS. The Rosa capitalist press last Sunday set out to excuse the blackleg tactics re cently adopted by a small minority of the Industrial Section of the A.L.P. It ad mitted:— (1) That the motion tp adjourn the In dustrial Section till after the A.L.P. Con ference was carried at a regularly con vened meeting on. June 2. (2) That after the meeting was ad journed and the' Secretary had departed with the books, a minority remained be hind and resolved to meet again on the following Friday to select 'a ticket' for the purpose of engineering a pre-selected Executive through Conference. The Rosa plute press quite seriously imagines that such horny-handed and bont-backed industrialists as Samuel Rosa and Captain Toombs are the real and only lily-whites of the industrial army. Therefore them-two-selves were quite capable of engineering an industrial (fcic) victory at the A.L.P. Conference. The whole Labor Movement is tired unto death of the engine...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death to Militarism. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 28 June 1919

Death to Militarism. The Interstate Labor Conference sit ting in Sydney carried a most momentous resolution In deciding to move for the elimination of all forms of military com pulsion from our Defence Act. This brings us into line with all the anti-militarist forces in Australia, and, through them, with the whole -world. Of course, carrying a resolution does not at once affect the law, but in all really big , things what the Labor Movement says, goes, and it Is only a question 'of 'time when conscription in every shape and form will be cast out of Australia. The delegates from every State with one solitary exception, and that one*! dissented because the motion, did .not go, far enough. This is no catch vote, but thoj deliberative decision of the whole Labor' Movement of Australia. The experience of the workers of Aus-* tralia during the last Ah years are such aa to have embittered, and let us hope, perJ. manently embittered, them against miltJ^ tarism in all its varied forms of ini...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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