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WOMAN'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

WOMAN'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH. A young woman' named Florence Gilbert died suddenly in the consulting room of Yee Lee,, a Chinest herbalist, —at Ballarat, on Sunday night. Yee Lee, who called in the police, reported that the deceased had consulted him several- timeis for aru inter nal trouble. At a post mortem examina tion. held on Monday, it was found that death had occurred from air embolism — the entrance of air ? into the bloodvessels. The stomach and contents have been sent to the Government Analyst. 'Yee Lee's wife is at present 'under sentence of death at Melbourne for the murder of the girl McCallum. ? _ — « ? ? ?

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FATAL QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

A FATAL QUARREL. / Gorge Casebourne; a boilermaker, was fatally shot at Surry Hills, Sydney, on Saturday night. Casebourne was in the yard -of a house where , he had formerly boarded, and while there had a ( wordy quarrel with a boy named Frank Marshall, whom it is alleged he- called an offensive name and attempted to strike. Marshall, who had been shooting, raised a pea-rifle, and ordered Casebourne to stand' back. The latter, 'however, rushed at him. Thereupon, a s*hot was firedr the bullet lodging in Casebourne's . abdomen.- The wounded man died . in the hospital on Monday. Marshall is under arrest. _ '? ' A ? '

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

HEWS OF THE WEEK. ? ♦ ? — r-: 5 w Zealand's 'State Fire Insurance; S Department 'reports, a profit on last year's: . ? business of- £2698. ? _ f William Walton,- a saddler at Urana, I committed suicide on Saturday— first cut i ting hiS throat, and then hanging himself. ' Ba«il Bracey, a son of Mr. William ? Bracey of Derby, Tasmania, was killed 5 at Bradshaw's Creek on Saturday through the capsizing of a wood cart which, he was driving. P j O'Connell, a prominent official of the Stanford Merthyr coal miners' lodge, met with a bad accident in the' mine on Thursday last, his left leg being terribly smashed by a fall of stone from. the roof. Dr. Crowtlier, of Hobart, has suggested to the hospital authorities of that city that they should ask the Commonwealth Government to hand over to the hospitals ; all confiscated opium for use in making 1 liniments, instead of having it destroyed. Ne°-us Hunt, a roadman in the Metro ! politan colliery, 'at Helensburgh, was knocked down by a horse dr...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

CURED HIS SCIATICA. ? ? This . Man got Relief After Four Months Suffering*. ? ? ?? $ ; ' 'I wa's ailing for about four months off and on with Sciatica,' said Mr. Arthur E. White, 64 . Rosehill - street, Redfern. 'I got a chill at my work and it brought on a severe pain in 1115' back,* just across the loins. It would ease off during the day after I had a little exercise, but it ?was bad at niglit time. I could hardly close my eyes. I'd be twisting: and turn ing all ways to try and get some relief. It was like a toothache with the constant nagging gnawing pain. The skin would be very red and tender. I rubbed myself with liniments but found them no good. The pain extended down the side of my left leg and the back of. my thigh. For about an hour after I'd get out of bed I could only limp about. It , would start about five each, night and last for hours. I'd always be worse when warm in bed. I couldn't bend my back without the pain catching me like a knife. The pain only At last on a fri...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

1 B BBHHH B BKB B B HMSH B ? BKS g £ £&&£ 8 E S B S S ^ IT IS NOT THE | Is Johnson-Jeffries S PICTURES j| ?? THAT WILL BE ALL THE RAGE; BUT THE LIVING | j Paetwes I ? That we practically make of our clients in the form of perfect-fitting suits || and ladies costumes at prices to meet all. ' Country friends,' SHEARERS g especially, should- write us for samples, tapes, and measure forms. 'We g also pride ourselves on being all Trades UNIONISTS in the Business, and R we feel that we should receive support from our Fellow-Unionists. Lvery g? ^ satisfaction guaranteed. Postage paid on all orders. g j I THE UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS, S s 623 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET. | ? The only Tailors endorsed by the Labor Council of New South Wales. g| , 'Phone 2183 City. W. A. HOLZIGAL. Manager. « W UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS W 4 B The Equipment and Resources at our disposal Jb Alii T»™ sre Incomparably beyond anything hitherto known I 1 : | in Australia, and enable us to ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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HENLEY'S COWARDLY CHARGES. LABOR COUNCIL REFUSES "LIMELIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

HENLEY'S COWARDLY CHARCES. . LABOR COUNCIL REFUSES ' LIMELIGHT.' V . .Reporting at last week's meeting of tha N.S.W. Labor Council on the,: letter/yiiich had been sent to Mr, T. Henley in reply to liis charges against the secretaries-/ o'i* unions, Mr. A. B. Spence said that meiri - : bers had no doubt seen the letter in--tHk papers and also , Mr. I-Ienley's beautiful '^ Veply. Mr. Henley had riot .the common manliness to, give, tlie junior}.- secretaries whom he had attacked an opportunity of dealing with 'him in tlie. bperi. Even those who had no personal 'knowledge of the absolute baselessness , .of his allegations could justly judge the value of these by that fact. Iricideri'tally, Mr. Heriley, by ? his remark that a.- new association of unions had been formed, had -shown him self to 'be a Rip Van... Winkle., That as- , sociation liad been in existerice for a long period, he '(Mr. Spence)-, having himself been secretary of it for the 'last. fiye,years; Mr. Guihen said the secret...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAVE YOU DONE YOUR SHARE? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

HAVE YOU DOSE YOUR SHARE ? ! The above is a fair question just at the present time, with the State elections clos.3 at hand, to ask of the average Trades | Unionist. You have realised your indus trial position somewhat, hence your men% bership of a Labor organzation ; but !s that all you have done? There are s,o many things you need: Are you taking the necessary steps to get them? Or, having voted your party into power at the Federal elections, are you now sitting down tamely awaiting .the milennium? One of the greatest of Labor's needs is a Labor Dailfv paper: What are you doing towards get ting it? Did it ever strike you that if you had supported The Worker, the official organ of your party, as consistently as you have the other papers, that long ago a Labor daily would have been an accom plished fact? Thousands of you iis'e tlie - trams going to and from your toil on Thursdays, yet the newspaper boys do nqt stock The Worker, because to your 'eter- nal shame they say you seldom as...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

'The Waybacks Again.' T.ove and laughter at Dingo Flat. Eook that broke Drought, 1./-.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

Department of Public Works, Sydney, July 8, 1910. Tenders for public works and . SUPPLIES. -TENDERS for the Works, etc., specified below will be received at this Department *intil 2 o'clock p.m. on the dates mentioned. - ' MONDAY, JULY IS, 1910. .-Extension' of Coralci 'Wliarf, Richmond River. Repairs and Painting, Public School, Avon dale. Gener.il Repairs, etc., Military Buildings, Wollongong. MONDAY, JULY 25, 191 0. ' . ilepaii's, Alterations, etc., Public ? School, Narrabri. ' ? ' Repairs and Painting, Public School, Maik - ' v,'ell. ? . . ~ Repairs, Additions, etc., to School and Resi dence, Public School, 'Coolac. ' Repairs, etc., to Courthouse, Albury. (Fresh _ r- tenders.) ? ? ? ' ? - Erection of New Building, Public School, ; 'Mullamuddy. Additions, Repairs, and Pointing, Public School, Tallawang. Additions, Repairs, and Painting, Public ?/ . ' School, Goolagong. , Additions to Court -House, Gosford. (Fresh . ^ /renders.) . ' Supply and Delivery of Turpentine Piles at : Por...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOT TRADE AWARD. ANOTHER BLOW AT FEDERAL ARBITRATION. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. MUST HAVE GREATER POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

[ BOOT TRADE AWARD. h ? a — : ? ? - * I ANOTHER BLOW AT FEDERAL ARBITRATION. ' AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. IMUST HAVE GREATER POWERS. It judgment ? was delivered' in..' the- High ,-. |. Court on Saturday -.on-' the appeal .of .'Why-/ I- !jr0.v and Co. and 36 others against the I alVard of the Commoriwealth Ai'bitration P Court in the boot trade dispute. - » . The appellants* applied 'for a writ pro ' hibiting the Arbitration Court, its Pre ' sident, and the Boot Trade Employees' Federation from proceeding to enforce the K award of that Court. - a PRELIMINARY OBJECTION, ' ; The Chief Justice ;dealt\first : with-, the preliminary' objectionV':t^e'n'^by'''--Mr* Ar i thur, that prohibition did not lie to ; tlie \ Commonwealth Court1 of. Conciliation and ? Arbitration., This* objection was based. ; on two. grounds. ? First it was said that prohibition was within the language of section 31 of the Commonwealth Con ; ciliation and Arbitration Act, wljich en acted that no award' of the 'Court 'sh...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE LABOR GOVERNMENT POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? « ? . THE LABOR GOVERNMENT POLICY. After an adjournment of a month to give the Government an opportunity of preparing their policy and making them selves acquainted with the details of their respective offices, Parliament met again last week. The principal business was the delivery by the Premier of a speech euthning the proppsals of the Govern ment. The galleries were full of visitors, and the speech was listened to with great interest by them as well as by the Oppo sition. Labor members had previously had an opportunity of discussing and finally approving of the details of the policy, sp that to them it contained no thing new. Indeed, even to the visitors in tho galleries and the unfused Fusionists on tho Opposition benches it could contain little that was ne.? so far ad its general principles were concerned, because it was known that it would be but an elabora tion of the Labor platform, the principles of which had been expounded throughout the country pnly a f...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO'S HENLEY? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

WHO'S HENLEY? One Henley, a member of the New Soutn Wales Assembly, . recently , abused the pri vilege of Parliament by charging specified Trade Union secretaries with blackmail. The charges were such that Mr. Henley does not dare to repeat them outside. But this is hardly to .be wondered at. : For wIiq's Henley? The Worker ventures to ! say that he is a person utterly unfitted to be a member of Parliament.. And we make this serious statement upon the authority of Mr. Henley himself! Speaking in the New South Wales Parliament' on 12th March, 190S, Mr. Henley 'feaid: — I will relate a little incident that came under my notice. ... I thought I would play a little joke. I got into the first telephone room I could find and rang up the President of the Water and Sewerage Board. I said, ' Is Mr. Keele there?' and he said 'Yes.' I said, 'This is Mr. Carruthers.' It is in the side lights that you get the truth; it is not always what a man writes or says. You want to read between the lines. ...

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ACTION BY THE FISHER GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

ACTION BY THE FISHER GOVERNMENT. Great interest was manifested in poli tical and industrial circles as to the award in tlie^ Bootmakers' case by the High Court.' Prime Minister Fisher stated that whilst some points had yet to.be argued, it appeared from the various appeals to the High Court that the powers of the ?Arbitration Court were gradually being 'f whittled away.', ' He did not think it was.' fair to expect the unions to be continually fighting appeals' on technical points. ' The people desired justice; for the workers in the Arbitration Court, but whenever a judgment was given on the facts presented it seemed that technical points were raised and the judgment upset. .The -people would therefore in all probability be asked to amend the Constitution so as to admit of no doubt as to the power of the Arbitration Court to make awards.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INFORMATION EXCHANGE. Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

INFORMATION EXCHANGE. Quotations/ f *'? -.J3»'unswiek, V.). — The saying ' Never l-.-i/i.toy unless you know' is adapted pom Lowell's ' Biglow Papers (No. II. t!le Second Series,- written in 1861). fne writer compares a forecast' of the end the Amarican civil war to thp crow of # cock which has mistaken moonrise for CJlWll. Ha onnthinoQ* I My gran'ther's rule was safer 'n 'tis f to crow: | Don't never prophesy— on less ye know. apparently this is the other thing you iiican: — | Worry less, work more. Waste less, give more. Preach less, practise more. It loated about the papers some time ago , ^ hout any acknowledgment of author ship. . . _ 4 . ' Recitations, Etc. | Copies of sundry verses for which |!,ace *s not available have been sent ,, irect to those who wanted them. A few |ave still to be found. I- ; : ? -? I Miscellaneous. | E.O'D. Always glad to ' get letters like {.ours- They help greatly ' towards a owl edge of what readers really want. i e more questions and suggestions th...

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AMONG THOSE PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

AMONG THOSE PRESENT. It is stated in print that one of Several 'doubles' of. King Edward was the editor of the ' Court Circular.' Perhaps the likeness was helped by the 'Circu- lar's ' constant pose of thinking royal trivialities the most ' important of ? all human concerns: It is- a curious thing, this yearning to be a double; very com mon, too, at a stage of 'quarter develop ment. Anyone/who can inspire public enthusiasm— preacher, speaker, or what :not— 4s sure to have self-appointed dis ciples who more or less consciously catch liis voice and expression; even his tricks of dress and. hair-arrangement. Adorers of monarchs grow loyally fat or bottle brush moustached, and there are careful copiers of the eye-rolling or the sidelong smiles of actresses. The double is . not always personal. A writer may cast his i individuality upon the- waters, and. -find it returning after not 'many days with an other's brand, stuck on it. - ; James Patten.' an American who has lately retired from ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

&J3 SUPPORT THE f UNION BADGE and save 15 to 35% AT OUR GREAf HALF-YEARLY SALE j — — Our Great Overcoat Special ? All 50/- and 35/- Overcoats in Eight Styles, now 24/9 This worthy offering includes every 30./- and 35/- Overcoat in our stores. Fashionable styles are the Chesterfield, Paddock, Rawson, Shower proof, Dudley, Empire, Town Cut, and Shackleton. Scotch and Australian Tweeds, Blue and Grey Meltons. Showerproofs, Wo'.-steds, £?*» a Kerseys. Latest stripes and co'orings. Regularly, 30/'-, 35/- ^ I gy All 25/- Chesterfield, Paddock Overcoats, 19. II. Large assortment of well-made Overcoats. Two styles — ' Chesterfield ' ;m-\ ' Paddock.' In serviceable Striped and Checked Tweeds, Herringbones, Shower proofs and Smart Grey Meltons, in latest colorings. Broad, Con- /V'9 cave Shoulders, Stayed, Snugly-fitting neck. All sizes. Regularly | %-§ / 8 8 25/-. NOW ? ? ? ? ' ? ? ReS/ &SL All 37/6 Ready-for-Service Suits, Now 31/ Three latest Styles, with Non-breaking Fronts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

You hear 'em in the theatre, You hear 'em in the street, . In fact, wherever you may go, j Nearly every soul you meet | Is troubled with a cough or cold. Though painful, long endured, Woods' Peppermint Cure all these should get If cliey wish it to be cured. KfXSrSfcS Walnut Hair Stain r«tore» B j? BhJm Grey Hair to Brown, ami %l( Blacko restores it to BUc*. Ii pf H IK T wo grand preparations. Improre the growth and add L^SESSKLJ We to the Hair without in- r -*Bg* jury. Low in price — but GOOD. 6d. per psckage, 7d. po»ttd: ttvopackases It. paled. Satisfaction assured or money riturned. Address — HARTWELL & CO. Cromwell Bldgs., MS Bourke St., Melbourne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

li. Ji iVJa^-atA Ni - Vs* ^r^faafaf (Late PAGE & CHAPMAN), Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, - 0ALW609 CHAMBERS, BATHURST ST. T elephcr.e 2464 City. SYDNEY. When dealing with Advertisers in our columns, always mention THE WORKER, It will be to your advantage and to ours. ^;EIEEEEM 'M 1 Sfr : : I | (Truss I w ' w Y\ For comfort and reliability, m ? ? nothing can surpass tlie ?}? ** new 'Adjustable' Truss. T It is fitted with a patent screw adjustment, enabling tlie wearer can so adjust it I T as to secure tlie greatest ^ v support, without undue ^ y a pressure anywhere. . Y If you have found the old j non-adjustable Truss un- I comfortable and unsatis- I factory, discard it at once. .! ?-0i- . Secure the 'Adjustable,' ? and learn what real comfort ? is. I When ordering, state nature ! of rupture, and send meaurement round your ^ a body, just below the top of ^ a the hip-bone. a The 'Adjustable' Truss Single, 12/6 ; Double, 17/6. , . The ' Adjustable ' Scrotal ' Single. 15/-; Do...

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THE WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

THE WINDOW. Henry Shapman Barker just had time to swallow his breakfast, bully his Avife, sack the gardener, and catch the 10.30 up traihi- -Having accomplished all this suc cessfully, and having, in addition, found .a first-class. compartment with no beastly humair beings' in it,, he was as nearly ^as possible inclined to be in a good and satis fied temper, lie siuppeu open ms. m «'«?-. fensive 'morning paper, threw a furious eiye' over the foreign -news, and began to read the principal leading article. At intervals he observed' aloud, 'Muck!''., I This was -a ? habit of ~ his : when.'Nh,e read i leading articles. It was not pretty ex iactly, but then 'Henry Shapman Barker. I did not go in for prettiness. 1-Ie liad just repeated the observation for the fifth time when the train drew up at Chiddle ford (for- Pigley).. i -The one porter of Cliiddleford. (for i Pi'gley) 'opened the carriage door, which I was 'bad. Augustus Sturt, a gentleman I of ' imperial appearance, entered, which ...

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STUDENTS' EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

STUDENTS' EXHIBITION. The Students' Exhibition of the Sydney Alt School, held last' week /i} the Q.V. Markets', was. the most refreshing show Of its kind seen here for years.' Under I Julian Ashton's tuition ? the students have realised th« need for earnest and sincere Work. Tne treatment of the figure studies was sound and sympathetic, and the progress in composition and in illus trative work was remarkably good. The necessity of keeping the billy boil- ; , ing has offceir spoilt tlie promising artist's workl-;o wing ? to the fact that much' work - ; r. :'tiSLS\ td,-'l^e'rr^^d]4ce'4':in 'a- littlo time. The' i cpmmerc-i&l -ratmbsphere' penetrates ^with dire effect, and a ' man, ? as. lie goes on, . - cannot 'giv2 us his best because he has not time to fully work out his .ideas. There are publishers who prefer light 'rushed' drawings instead of carefully ' ; thought-out illustrations. It is cheerful to see work which prornises sincere thought, arid the solid training acquire...

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