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RECITATIONS. THE COUNTRY MAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

? RECITATIONS. ..THE COUNTRY MAID.' I loitered through the country once, | - And? having time to spare, . 'i I visited a country girl To have' a talk with her; , . | But like to Wordsworth's cottage niaid | One sentence all her speech conveyed— i ' I wish you meant it, sir,' she said; ! And that was all the thanks I got What time I called her fair; v.v; When I proposed to kiss her, too, And praised her lips, and- hair; -. She, when I pinched cheeks blushing' red, ~ t . ! And said such things as might be said. 'I wish you meant it,' answer-ed. 'Oh, thank you for this pleasant time,' I cried at last in pique; ' ' Thanks for the intellectual, treat — - - Your repartee unique.' I only heard., as forth I fled, As if to shame her souL was dead, ' I wish you meant it ' glibly said. ' — Harold -Mercer (' Hamer ' in ' Steele' Riidd's ' Magazine,' June 1905.' - ? , ? ?' THE MARE'S NEST. Jane' Austen Beecher Stowe de Rouse Was good beyond all earthly need; But, on the other hand, her spouse Wa...

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

ALL-KNOWING ROOSEVELT. ? As we have- heard, Roosevelt's African tour took in Egypt. In the way of self sufficient globe-trotters the ' ex-President knew just how the affairs, of the country ought to be conducted as sooji as lie glanced at it. His advice brought reply from an Egj'ptian, and the New York 'World' took the occasion to give Roosevelt something he. has deserved for a long time: — For three days we ' have been waiting patiently for tlie fires of heaven. to! shrivel up that- dog of an infidel'' at. Cairo who said that Col. Theodore. Ifoosevelt 'doe'sn't' know what he is talking- about, but he means well.'' Withered be the brain that conceived these infamous insults, and palsied be. the tongue that Uttered them. To say that Theodore Roosevelt means well is like saying that the multiplication table means well, or that the law of gravi tation :means well, or; that the binomial theorem means well,. or that the procession of equinoxes means well, or that . the wisdom of the ages...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELECTRO-PLATERS' WAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

ELECTRO-PLATERS ' WAGES The determination of the Electro plating Wages Board, which takes effect from August 5, is as follows:— Adults within a radius of 70 miles of Melbourne engaged in — (a) Mixing elec- - tro-plating solutions, (b) keeping such solutions in proper working order, (c) controlling the electro current for. plating, 66/- per week, of 48 hours. . ^Electro platers employed outside this radius, GO/. Wheatstone grinders, 55/; grinders and polishers ' within the 70-mile radius, 51/, and outside the radius 45/; lacquerers and burnishers, 46/ ; persons not otherwise provided- for, 4S/. Enamellers and Japanners. — Liners and hand-decorators, 54/ per week of 48 hours; finishing coaters, 49/; rimcen terers, 49/; frame cleavers, by machine, preparing for- enamelling, 43/6; dipping hands, hand polishers, rubbers down, and wheel coaters, 42/; first coaters, 42/; transferrers and frame cleaners by hand, 40/; persons not otherwise provided for, 48/. Adult Females. — Hand-polishers (...

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BOYCOTTED UNIONIST ACTOR. MR. FRANK GERALD IN MELBOURNE. Music Hall Strike, Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

BOYCOTTED UNIONIST ACTOR. MB. FRANK GERALD IN MELBOURNE. Music Hall Stni^e^Leader.i;.,,.., Mr. Frank Gerald, who was one of the leaders of the music hall performers strike in London in 1907, and has since I, been boycotted from getting employment in his profession as an actor, received a i| cprdial welcome at the Melbourne Trades i Hall Council meeting last Thursday night, i . Mr. Gerald was the first secretary of the .? variety Artistes ? Federation of Great ' Britain and one of the founders of the / Actors' Union of Great Britain. In a brief and interesting speech Mr. ;* Gerald said that he believed he was the ;/ first member of the theatrical profession that convinced those in it that Trade Unionism would be profitable to them, pj As- far back as 1900 he had formed the Variety Artistes Federation. One night in 1907 the Variety Artistes Federation shut up 14 music halls The result, of that strike was an agreement which was ? beneficial to the members of the Union. , That agreement...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. WOODWORKERS' TROUBLES. RE-AFFILIATION WITH TRADES HALL REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

VICTORIA. WOODWORKERS' TROUBLES. ! ? ? ♦ ? RE-AFFILIATION with trades hall refused. p The Trades Hall Council decided, at its | meeting last Thursday, not ' to entertain P the application of the Melbourne branch | of the Sawmill and Timber-yard Em !| payees' Association for re- affiliation, at. I ^ present time at any rate. Some few i weeks ago the Union was declared ^ 'black,' and its affiliation cancelled i owing to ic having baclcect up trie manag- i ' ing committee in permitting: members to -take the places of strikers in the timber sorters and stackers' trouble. At. the ? same time the delegates, of the Union, - | Messrs. F. White, W. Bosustow, W. Crook, . 'and J- Sutch (secretary), were expelled 1 from the council. Since then the State I conference of the association has upheld I the action of the Trades Hall Council, ? and tlie members of the managing com i mittee of the Melbourne branch, with the ? exception of Mr. Sutch. have resigned. - The branch went back on its previous...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

MINES AND MINERS. ? w ? ? North Woah Company, Ballarat East, again struck rich gold-bearing stone of muggetty character last week, when lOOoz. specimens were broken from a vein of ISin. at the 950ft. level.; The nuggets were reckoned to contain about half gold. fA party of men, forming the American. Fleet , Gold-mining Company, and work ing an alluvial claim in the vicinity of , the. old Bruwn's . diggings, near Scarsdale, V., are erecting; machinery. They 'have done' a^jdeal of work, and the prospects aro now bright. # #. #. A company is being prompted to ex ploit the Boxing Reef at Steiglitz, V., where the stone, according to old Mines. Department returns, averaged 394 oz. per ton long ago, and went ? up to 40oz. per ton, according to other reports. The reef, long neglected, is now believed to be susceptible to profitable treatment by the application of modern methods. , , . _ ^ The Isis Company, composed chiefly of Ballarat shareholders, and, formed some months ; ago to work the ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINERS RISK THEIR LIVES— FOR WHAT? A DOCTOR'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

MINERS RISK THEIR LIVES— FOR WHAT? A DOCTOR'S ANSWER. There is not a public-hous't in Bendigo that is not saturated with tubercular bacilli, as. are also the churches and all public buildings, is the opinion expressed by Dr. C. Burke Gaffney . before, the com mitte .of the' Bendigo Miners' Asso ciation recently. Continuing,.- the doctor saia it .was tne, preventives oi xNcicuie Lutti , kept the . disease (tuberculosis) from spreading on the surface without ^he mines. What .were the miners getting for risking, their lives every day? A mere pittance from so-called -speculators —mere gamblers, he, called them. No man, he declared, should be permitted to go underground unless, lie could, show a cer tificate that he was not. suffering from miners' complaint. The miner's bedroom ought to ue the best room in his house. It should be large and. well ventilated, and, all unnecessary furniture should be removed. Miners should exercise judiciously in tlie open air, and he would recommend, the g...

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

BUTCHERS' EMPLOYEES' v FEDERATION. The twentieth annual meeting of the Victorian - branch of the , Australasian Federated Butchers' Union, held at the i Old Trades Hall, Melbourne, on- July 5, was attendc-d by~bver 500 members. Mr. A. ' Muddyman, president, occupied the chair. A satisfactory state of affairs was 'pre- sented 'in the annual report. There had been an increase of 468 members. The receipts from all sources amoiunted to. £2202, while £343 had been paid out on account of accidents and £453 in the way of loans, donations, and. assistance to. other societies. A substantial profit had resulted 'on the work of the year. The progress made* by the country/branches, of which there are. 17, was viewed with pleasure.' 'In alluding. -to the ^^isits of the. secretary :(Mr. ' C- H.v Andersen) to the-, country districts, the .hope was expressed that the area would-be extended at the earliest opportunity. There were now between 5000 and 6000 members in the federation, and it was expect...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONORING A VETERAN BRICKLAYERS' UNION JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

HONORING A VETERAN BRICKLAYERS' UNION JUBILEE. M*r. Fred. Garland, who has been a member of the Operative Bricklayers' Union for over 50 years, was entertained by the Union at a smoke night social last Friday evening. He wits presented by Mr. J. Fowles, tli'a president, on behalf of the members of the Union, with a handsomely-framed photograph of him self. Mr.- Garland recently sustained a bereavement 'in the death of his wife, and lie felt unequal to making a response in acknowledgment of the gift. Mr. W. Mears spoke for him. He mentioned that Mr. Garland had arrived in Australia in 1S49, and ? ten years later ' joined the . Bricklayers* Union. Some interesting information as to the progress of the Union was given by Mr. Mears when he proposed the toast of its success. He stated that some 12 years ago the minimum wage was 7/ a day. It was increased to S/ without any trouble. Fights liad to be put up to have it raised from 8/ to' 9/, from 9/ to 10/, from 10/ to 11/, and frorn 11/ to...

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ANOTHER JUDICIAL SERMON. A POINT THE JUDGES ALWAYS MISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

? ? O ? ; ? ANOTHER JUDICIAL SERMON. A POINT THE JUDGES ALWAYS MISS. In sentencing a prisoner at Auckland, N.Z., to four years' imprisonment for the embezzlement of' £3500 from his em ployers, Mr.- Justice Chapman said 'the fact of the money having been lost to bookmakers served to again draw atten tion to the grave mistake made by the Legislature in legalising the calling of these people. The result had not only been degrading, but had been a direct en couragement to criminality. It was one of the worst things that could have hap- - pened, and was condemned by all judges and magistrates and others connected with the administration of the criminal law.' Judges often feel impelled to such re marks when people come before them in similar circumstances to those mentioned above, and condemn the sport and all connected with it in unmeasured terms. Still the totalisator is legalised, and offers just as much scope for gambling as book makers do; in fact, more so. But while judges may be qu...

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

ASCOT RACES. Despite opposition, there was a large attendance at Ascot last Saturday. A large field went to the post in the Maiden Handicap, 4 furlpngs, and Love Charm and Levity were th§. picks, both of them start ing at a short price. Levity was smartest away, and never being headed she won easily from Love Charm, Fay, at any old price, filling third place. In a very poor field Ruatamatawas an odds 'on' favorite for the 14.3 Handicap, 5 furlongs, arid she experienced a little difficulty in beating County Clare and Lady Fucile. Though a lot of people thought that Fire Bell had won the 13.3 Maiden Handicap, the Judge declared for the odds ' on ' favorite Gang Lassie, Molly being third. Mabel D was a hot pot for the 14.1 Novice Handicap, and she won easily from Renthea, Alice B, and nine others. Blue Metal was the elect for the Approved Stakes, 5 furlongs, but he cut up badly, and finished out of a place to Durham Court (8 to 1), Royal Glen and Terrinallum. The 14.1 pony Egypt accoun...

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KENSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

KENSINGTON. Racegoers who attended the Kensington Racing Club's winter meeting got plenty for their money, as the enti-ies received for a couple of events were so large that it was found necessary to resort to divisions. Backers had a great day, as several favor ites got home. -The opening event, 14. £ j Handicap. 5 furlongs, attracted a fair field of performers. Miss Mayfield was the elect, and she won after an exciting finish from Crystal Prince. Odd Sock be ing- third. Kasligaar was at a short price in the first division of the, Novice Handi cap, 4% furlongs, and he led all the way, winning easily from Arilian. Yucca beat bettfer backed ones than herself in the second division, Burns occupying second place. Silver Rose was at a short price in the next event, .14 Hands Handicap, 4*4 furlongs, but she never at any time threatened danger, and finished a long way behind the placed horses, True Love, Lady Fairy, and Larrikin. O. Pearse, her rider, was suspended -during the stewards' p...

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AT MOOREFIELD. A Hurdle Race Fiasco.—Locomotion Beats the Favorites.—Sweet Adeline a Good Filly.—Miocene Wins the Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

AT MOOREFIELD. A Hurdle Race Fiasco. — Locomotion Beats the Favorites. — Sweet Adeline a' Good Filly. — Miocene Wins the Handicap. A very good crowd visited Moorefield last Saturday, although there was a pony meeting on as well as some important* football matches being played. It only I goes to prove that horse-racirig has a distinct crowd of followers,^ and othe£ outdoor sports do not interfere with the attendances at races. Three very moderate periormers were all that .could be induced to compete for £80 Hurdle Race, Nitro, Manitoba, and Highrock, Owners of hurdle racers fre quently grumble at the lack of, support giv'en to them, but the public and the clubs have a very strong case against the owners. There is too much of Saturday's business iri 'connection with hurdle events in Sydney, and under the circumstances owners of hurdle horses will have only themselves to blame if the A.J.C. leaves it optional with the clubs Avhether ' such events shall ? be included on the.: pro grairi...

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"TERLINGA" AND THE CUPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

▼ ? . ^ 'TERLINGA' AND THE CUPS. At all times, ' Terlinga,' in the 'Aus- tralasian,' is read with interest by racing men, and a few of his r.emarks on the three recent productions of the big spring handicaps may not be out of place. He says: — 'The thing that struck one hardest in glancing through the Cup weights was the unanimity of Messrs. Menzies and Maitland in avoiding the figures 7.0, s.u, and 9.0! There is not a horse in either Cup handicap at 7st., but Mr. Menzies has 18 at 7st. lib., and 19 at Gst. 131b. Mr. Menzies has given one horse 8st., but Mr. Maitland will not have single' numbers at any price. All three handicappers are un animous in starting with Alawa, and, strange to say, they all give him 9st. 91b. It is not too much if the big fellow can be trained, but Mr. Maitland lias, insulted Mr. J. Baron by making . Alawa out a better horse than Prince Foote. When Poseidon was a four-year-old he got into the Caul field Cup at 9st. 31b. He was at once made favorite, remain...

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AUSTRALIAN STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

AUSTRALIAN STEEPLECHASE MEETING. The following weights were declared on Monday for the V.A.T.C. Australian Steeplechase Meeting: — ? Australian Hurdle Race, 3% miles, less 92yds. — Vernier list. 111b., Plunder 11.7, Obi 11.7, Bribery 11.5, Grenfell 11.3, Kul curna 10.11, Corn tax 10.11, Last Mistake 10.11, Ataahua 10.11, Acer 10 10, Hermes' 10.9, Lord Desmond 10.9, Lady Quiz 10.7, Concave 10.5, The Sun 10.5, Erin 10.3, Yield 10.3, Jewel Case 10.3, Circulus 10.1, Treat 10.1, Ngaurulioe 10.1, Maui 10.1, Fossil 9.13, King's Ransom 9 13, Interro gator 9.13,- Ripon 9.13, Pius 9.13, Volta 9.13, Zalski 9.11, Silvery Port 9.11, Rogue's March 9.11, Coir 9.9, Diorite 9.9,'' Nimrod 9.9, Woolloomooloo 9.7, Harvest 9.7, Yudnapinna 9.5, Rifleman 9.5, Charle magne 9.3, Golden Brown 9.1, The Gaul 9.1, Tundulye 9.0, Auckland 9.0, Talarno 9.0, Norley 9.0, Brownie 9.0, Grateful 9.0, Band master 9.0, Salerno 9.0, Prelude. 9.0, Repute 9.0, Kure 9.0*. Mirth 9.0, Lady Glen 9.0, Bill Smith - 9.0, Louise 9....

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

Jilllll will iHi In I HI M ?KtLgMWMiMuiiiaMuiMi^ ? ? ? ? ???nil Bi|fc STANDARD | p-R U N N I N G ULCERS.*9™! a Whole Leg a Swollen Mass of Inflammation— Bedridden for Months— Hospital and Every Des- 1 I cription of Treatment Fails— Despaired of Being Cured. S j A Triumph of Perfect Zam=Buk Healing. I A S a triumph of skin-healing and disease-dispelling, the victory of Zara-Euk in the case of Mrs. S. Clifford, off 67 Gold St., -Colfingwood, Melbourne, is I without parallel. This lady says While going upstairs some four years || ago I slipped and scraped the skin off one of my legs, and this mishap, though so simple in itself, cyP w was the cause of my undergoing the pangs of pain to an almost suicidal degree, as well as seriously I endangering my life. I neglected to give the wound any special attention, and simply bound it up, Wf thinking it would be all right ; but instead of getting better, the leg gradually grew worse, and at 1 the end of three months it had developed alarming sy...

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

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WAGES BOARDS FOR VICTORIAN MINERS. Obstacles on Both Sides. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

WAGES BOARDS FOR VICTORIAN MINERS. Obstacles on Both Sides. j The committee of the Bendigo Branch A.M.E.A., on 7th inst., further discussed matters in relation to the proposed wages board for miners. A communica tion was received from the Chief Inspector of Factories (Mr. Harrison Ord), enclos ing a number of schedules which he re quired to have filled up, in order to show tne numoer of miners in Bendigo, the class of work they were doing, and the wages they received. General Secretary Little explained that, in company with Mr. Gibnev (president of the organiza tion), they had recently interviewed State Premier Murray and the chief in spector. The Premier had expressed him self as in thorough sympathy with ? the establishment of the proposed board, and left the matter in the hands of Mr. Ord, who told them he would require to know how many miners were at work earning 7/6 per day. how many were working in the face, how many were trucking, and how many face men were working, arid what...

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READERS' FAVORITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

; ; READERS' FAVORITES. A correspondent- 'suggests- the reproduc tion of By the ''Greyv Gulf-Water. Far to the NorthA\rard there lies a rand, A wonderful land* that tlievAvinds blow over, And none may fathom -;:nor- understand k-- The charm it' 'vhol-3s-'for,:',the l-estJess . , rover; ! \ A great grey , chaos'-T-^a Jand half made, Where endless'space is -and- no life stir-: retli;- ' And the' souh'Sf ; a~ iriaiuW'illf recoil, afraid From the- sphinx-like: visagbv, that Natuvo - ? wearetti; r - ' ?' ? But old Dame 'Nature,:'.thqugh ? scornful, ' craAres ? Her dole -of death - and ;; her shui e of -. slaughter; ' ? - ' ? } ' - Many : indeed r are' rthe; ;nameless graves. Where her victims sleep' by the Orcy ' Gulf- watei\ ' ? ? Slowly . and slOAVly. those-r 'grey . streams - ' ' glide,' ?Drifting along with a languid motion,. . Lapping the reed-beds on -either side; . Wending their Avay to life Northern Ocean. ?„-?. . Grey are the plains Avhere the emus pass Silent - and sIoav, with ...

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

Wasting can be cured by SCOTT'S Emulsion Scott's Emulsion perma nently cures wasting in all its forms. This statement is made because hundreds of people have written to say that they or theirs were cured of wasting by Scott's Emul sion. For example, Mrs. W. Morrison wrote, 3rd March, 1909, from 10, Griffiths Street, ' Manly, Sydney, N.S.W. : 'At two months, my daughter could not retain nourishment and wasted away al most to skirt and bone; we thought she f would die. After the first few doses of Scott's Emulsion she was decidedly better: Soon . she took food and rapidly gained in weight and strength. * Now her flesh is firm and solid, and she is a bright, healthy child. She likes Scott's and has always taken it without difficulty. This trademark ivas on the emulsion I bought. ' If you wish to stop wasting, and decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S EMULSION. You may be asked to buy another emulsion and told it is 'just as good as S c o 1 1 ' s.' Substitute emulsi...

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