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

COVUK. HOTEL, Cor. VICTORIA & LYGON STS., CARLTON, MELBOURNE (opp. Trades Hall). In close proximity to all Tram Routes and City Baths. Best Wines and Spirits kept. Good Accommodation for Visitors. JERRY CAREY, Proprietor. Telephone 26-11 Central. BROWN MSD MORRIS, (Late TWENTYMAN'S), Tailors and Outfitters, Bridge St., BHLLHRHT. Stock Everything a Worker Needs. Sound Honest Value. Union Rates. FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, WE LEAD. New Bic voles, Best English Fittings, Best Nickel and Enamel. Everything complete. Guaranteed twelve months. £8/10/-. Second Bicycles in good order frcm £ 3 up. Note our address. Write or call for Price List. HOLLAND & R0LFE, 30 ARMSTRONG ST., BALLARAT, VIC. Telephone 563. ' ? ? Be ITS When you Rirs Drink FRY'S Stock Whips and Saddles (Our Specialities). For Buckjumpers and Station Use. Harness, Leggings, Bridles, Coursing Goods. All Country Requirements. For Good Quality at Cheapest Rates. W. H. HUNTER AND CO., 374 BOURKE STREET, an...

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

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. Messrs. P. J. Broatcli, D. A. McGowan, W. Stiles (employers), W. Blanksby,. B. Dunstan, and R. Hogg (employees) have been nominated by the Minister lor Labor as representatives on the Farriers' Wages | Board. - The determination of thtf Flour Trade I Wages Board is to be extended .to all boroughs in the States where mills are working. This is an outcome of a depu tation which recently requested the Min ister for Labor (Mr. Murray) to endeavor to have the Factories Act so amended that the awards of wages boards should oper ate all over the State. They cannot reach the shires, where some of the largest flour mills are situated. The Amalgamated Society of Carpen ters and Joiners, which was initiated in Manchester 50 years ago, had the occasto'n marked by an enjoyable social and dance tendered by the Melbourne and District Branch at the Oddfellows' Hall, Latrobe strcet, where there was a large gathering. There are S79 branches of this society throughout the world,...

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

FURRED SKINS. At the last fortnightly sales in Sydney, kangaroo and wallaroo skins were un changed, and well fui;red lines of wallaby and bear sold at better prices. Better prices were obtained for opossumskins; rumpers were Is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen dearer, reds went up about 2s. per dozen, and greys were 3s. to 5s. per dozen higher. There was yet another decline in rabbit skins, best sorts being %d. -to Id. per lb. lower, and lower grades declined from Id. to 2d. per lb. - Quotations: — Grey kan garoo, large 54d to 86d each, medium 17.d to 5 2d, small 9d to 16d; red kangaroo, large 42d to 78d, medium 14d to 41d, small 6d tp 13d; wallaroo, large 39d to 481,^d, medium JL5d to 38d, small 6 d to 14d; wal laby (scrub), large''16d to 32d, medium lOd to lod, small 6d to 9d; wallaby (swamp), large 17d to 3 7d, medium lid to 16d, small 6d to lOd; wallaby (rock), to 15^d; goats, best 24d to 37d, seconds 8d to 21d; hears, best 25d to 40 seconds 8d. to 21d; rab bits, exceptional lines of picke...

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

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. VICTORIA. ? ARARAT- ? _ MRS. K. E. PHE'LAN, Shire Hall Hotel. Superior Acconi. A.W.U. Agency. ? ? BALLARAT. ? ? JII. SCULLIN, Grocer aiid Provision Merchant. Skipton-strept. TinH^rnf. - ? BAXTER & STUBBS. j 'General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. Engravers. 3 GRENV1LLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. All Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? ? Moderate Rates. Tel. 479. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL, 8-Uour House of Call. All 8-I-Iour Societies started from above Hostelry. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. B. WILSON, Proprietor. ? ? COHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL AND COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-st. Mrs. H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry Cohen (late of Grand Hotel), Alanager. No connection next door. H. SCULLIN, GROCER and PROVISION . MERCHANT, Skipton Street. ? BENALLA:. ? AJ. ALLEN, Broken River Hotel. Bridge ? St.. Benalla.. Shilling Tariff. Emit' pert. EAILWAY HOTEL, SplenuiU Acconi. £-iug, Pdks., Union House. — V. Cannon. Proptr. ? ECHUCA. ? 'DODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best JtV Accom. ALF....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. The annual conference of the N.S.W. Farmers and Settlers' Association opened in Sydney on July 11. * % # There has\beeri a slight rise — to 3/8 — in the price of wheat on the Sydney market. : - p . * # - ? . , The Bangheet Estate, Bingara, N.S.W., - will shortly be proclaimed for closer settlement. There are 37.S3S acres, which will be cut up into '60 or 70 farms of about 550 acres each. # # # . The N.S.W. Minister for . Lands an nounces that the Larras Lake. Molong, N.S.W., subdivision farms will be made available on September, 12. He has re fused a request for setting' apart as work men's blocks number of the smaller farms. . * * # . Professor Watt lias been offering the wheat .farmers of the Dubbo district some advice. He said there was hardly, a dis- ? trict in the State that fallowing was better suited to, and then proceeded to point Out that thero is' generally a heavy fall of rain in December or January in the west, but much of it must be lost. It land was fa...

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

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES.! ? ? . 1 [In order to ensure publication, League Secretaries should send their reports to ' The Worker ' not later than Monday nights.]

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

VICTORIA. COBURG.— At a meeting of the Coburg branch, held last week, Mr. Chambers pre siding:, it was resolved to run Messrs, Patchett and P. C. de Crespigny for the I August municipal elections. Previously to the ' P.L'.C. meeting, an enthusiastic and crowded public nT&eting had been held in the public hall, and had carried a want of con wueiu;*? inoiiuu iuc uuiuiuji ivi .ailed to take ratepayers into their confidence in regard to transfei of the local tram lease. The P.Lj.C. had been instrumental m organiz ing the public meeting. WALWA, — The monthly meeting was held oh July 2; five new members elected and five more nominated. A circular was read from the secretary of the Indi. district council, giving an account of a recent meeting held by that body, and stating that in view of the approaching State elections State * Councils -should 'be formed as soon as possible in several of the State electorates. — II. P. McIIarg. ? ?

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NEW SOUTH WALES. EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. EXECUTIVE MEETING. At the usual fortnightly meeting of the Executive, held, at tlie Trades Hall on 'the Sili inst., Mr. P. J. , Minahair occupied the chair. New Branches. New branches of the League established at the folo.wing centres on the dates named were endorsed, Viz.: Bi.tmbaldry, July 2; Coonabarabran, May 21; Hoskings Town, July -1. Additional Selections. For the electorates named the following were selected and endorsed, viz.: — AUowrie— C. W. Craig. Burvangong — G. A. Burgess, M.L.A. Cobar— D. Macdonell, M.L.A. Deniliciuin — H. J. F. Peters,' M.L.A. Durham— A. Elkin. ^ Hastings & Macleay — H. R. Bridson. Farramatta — D. O'Reilly. Petersham — A. B. Dawson. Richmond — W. N. Gillies. Rous — W. M. Moses. Sturt — A. Griffith, M.L.A. Reports from the Goulburn and Hawkes bury returning-officers, together with some correspondence from the electorates, were referred to the Disputes Committee, for en quiry and report; and before coming to a decision in regar...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE BAIRNS. BALOO, LOO, LAMMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. . BALOO, LOO, LAMMY. Baloo, loo, lammy; now baloo, my dear; Does w*e lammy ken that it's daddie's no here? Ye're rocking fu' sweetly on mammy's warm knee' - But daddie's a-rocking upon the saut sea. Now hush-a-ba, . lammy; now hush-a, my dear, Now hush-a-ba, lammy, ain minnie is here; The wild wind is ravin', and mammie's heart's sair; The wild wind is ravin', and ye dinna [ . . care. Sing baloo; loo, lammy; sing baloo, my dear, , Sing baloo, loo, lammy, ain minnie is here; My wee bairnie's dozin'. it's dozin' now ' fine, And, oh! may its wauk'nin' be blyther than mine. — Anonymous. The prize for the month of May- and June was 10/,- and the subject ' The Value of Unionism Papers have been received from James O'Donnell, Dan Currie, Stanley Lawson, Thomas F. Hardi man, Arthur Shepherd Eric Kennedy (forwarded by head dffice), and, last but not least, Ida, Beattie, and Lillian Hal loran. The best .., papers are all long— by J. O'Donnell, Stanley Lawson, Eric Ken nedy, an...

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

ABOUT WOMEN. V? ?Miss Jane E. Harrison, writing on'': the referendum in the same publication, thinks1 that people in the mass will oftener vote '-No' than 'Yes,' and r- that ^statesmen will be more ready for a referendum on a question likely to find ' No ' as. an answer than .. for one where, the public would be likely to say '.Yes.';1 However, this is not, I think, the case- in Switzer land. # * # . . Figures in travellers', . registers ' in Belgium show that ' Government official^ and arjny men make fewer complaints than any other class. Commercial travel lers and business men make the most, and have the largest percentage justifiable,' having 11 justifiable complaints in. a total ! of 36; professional^men showed 5 out of ,30; persons above having occupations stood at 3 out of 42. The report states, that few workmen complain, and women seldom. # * « 'The Lady of the Lamp.' -otherwise Florence .Nightingale, had her 90th birth-' day l'ecenfly. Messages were sent her from all parts o...

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

HOUSEHOLD. . A substitute for a rubber hotwater bag can be -made of a bag of hot salt or a stocking full of hot bran. If these are not to be got, fill a neatsfoot oil tin with hot water, cork it securely, and roil .iii a flannel. * * * When the window sashes rattle in the winter winds a split clothes peg slipped between the sashes will end- the annoy- ; ance. If you use blinds without rollers . roll them and clip them at the ends with clothes pegs — one side in the roll, one outside. If the pegs are gilt or enamelled andi tied with a cord and tassels they be come ornamental as well as useful. » # # I wonder if anyone knows of a cement that will mend a cracked saucepan? Some- - thing that -will stand fire and water. The queistion came to-day, but unfortunately there is no available arJwer. However, - saucepans are not the only things that crack, and here at least is a mender for glass and china. Get from your chemist (or color shop if there is one) half an ounce, each of gum mastic, ...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTSv Mrs. A.R., Orford. — Many thanks for recipes. Re the mistake in the tomato sauce one, I generally read very care fully recipes sent in, as people often make, mistakes, and I have an idea that I no ticed the three ounces,' and thinking it too much altered it to something, less. You might watch for it, and let me know if it is right. So many are sent in — 'in spells, not continupusly— -that it is im possible to remember which is which if by chance senders do not wish 'their, names to bf attached, .as sortietimes hap pens. About that rheumatism cure) it is only an advertisement for one of the in gredients. I noticed it myself,, but re frained from using it for -that reason. # #-..#? 'A Mere Man' (P.P.K., Sea Lake) ex cuses, himself for reading '-' Our Woman's Page' by saying: — 'I take, great interest in TIhe Worker, and I always open it at ' Page Twenty-One,' and , when through with that I go to 'The 'Woman's Page.' Of course, you know that we poor, un defended bach...

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

POSTAL ADDRESS; All communications for this page should; be sent to Mrs/ Mary Gilmore, ITcrityrstreet, Casterton, Victoria. ^ ' o ' i/' ''Miss Isabella Ford, iri a paper in 'The Englishwoman' on the treatment of / witches in the darker ages, notes the fact that witches were very much worse treated than wlzar.-?s. Anbther' finger post point

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

COOKERY. ? Bondr' : Pudding.-^F.our ounces each of suet, flour, bread crumbs, raisins,, and currants; ' half v .a- small '-?.cup- '.of :? treacle, nearly half a pint of millc and any flavor ing desired. Mixthe milk with the treacle, stir in everything else, and steam or boll three to four hours. — :(A.) ' .. r ,v Conn Cake.— Take six ounces corn meal and half a pound of fiour.; : mix AveU ' with three tekspoorifuls of baking powder . and half one- of salt. Beat two- eggs With three ounces sugar, add an ounce of but ter melted, 'and then, the flour. Beat in three gills (or thereabouts) of milk, apd pour- all into avflat tin to bake; (Mea.1, requiring to absorb much liQuid, in order to soak through, n-ecessitates a 'wetter' dough than flour alone— (A.) W ^ .W/ Apples being in and. gooseberries 'out, apple fool may be made instead of Goldr smith's beloved dish — gooseberry fool. - Take two cups of stewed apples and pass them through a sieve . into a bowl. Sweeten arid flavor, and stir'...

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

I ^ 500,000 Copies! S ??» I ? mi/ unr 1 '?»— naBoatgCBaM II I flllrl3ir\ already Sold of the I Popular BOOKSTALL I SERIES of Australian Novels. I WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA. | Price, L. each; Post Free, Is. 3d. S SPELL OF THE- BUSII, by John X. Cameron. Is a book that haunts and. charms If I simultaneously. |E 1 THE LUCK OF THE NATIVE BORN, by J-. A. Barry.. The adventures of the 1 ? hero by sea and land are full of interest.' j ! THE SELECTOR, by James Green. It abounds in incident— humorous, pathetic, | 1 and tragic. i. THE SIGN OF THE SERPENT, by J. II. M. Abbott. Something Sensational. A 1 Secret Society, instituted in England in the smuggling days of the Geoiges, ? lias the scene of its operations transferred to Australia. - 1 THE NEWCHUM, by Arthur H. Adams. -Every newchum has his experience, but a Clarence has evidently more than his share. . I ON THE FRINGE OF THE NEVER-NEVER, by H. K. Bloxham. Ji',0 I an exciting race for land, a scrimmage with blacks, a...

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

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the f celebrated family. More joy, more laughter, 1s.

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

Contribution* Intended for thla page^ lihould bo addressed The Editor, Tstk .WoRKBii, . 129 Bathurst St., Sydney, and marked ',Pa#o Twenty-One.'. , i n »' tmrna » u fiwtgj! a w ssssjrw w :? jSRsftiti: '' .

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

STUDY AT . HOME '1 IN COMFORT ^ EDUCATION BY ¥ ' TFACIi BY POST ail ' general Educational . g Shcrthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Correspondence, Arithmetic, Commercial ^ Law ; Electrical, f.!echanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Construction, fc Mechanical Drawing. E Oar Systems are unique and are not available to an:' other lo-called Correjpondence SchooL E Send for our Pamphlet 'E' tO I STOTT & HOARE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE; I * ^!OORE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Govt. Savings Bank). . ^ J'W* ICd Ij^kT Paragon Butcher and ,, ML y ^3' ANL ) Provision Merchant. Corned Bee£, 15/- per cwt. 99 sad III REGENT ST., REDFERN ? LOOK AT THIS! Groces'i&s cojuc S7'15*®4 for Otialiiy Cheapness. A TRIAL ORDER WILL SUFFICE. _ FuOUR. — Gillespie's Anchor Brand or.Brun ton's Best Roller, in 50ib. bags, 11/G per 1001b.; in 1501b. sacks 11/3 per 1001b. TEA.— Golden Tip Ceylon, 1/-, 1/3, and 1/6 per lb. Once tried a.lways UB&d. SUGAR. — C.S.R. Co.'s I...

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Page Twenty=One: THE STOKERS' CHANTEY [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

[?] CONDUCTED BV Norman Lilley* the STOKERS' CHANTEY {Tor The Workeh.] ? | (The chantey - man sings tlie verse ahrougli. Tlie crew join in the - second; Ifonrth, and last lines.) ^ I We've a song, all over the world j I (Drive 'er, drive 'er, drive 'er) j l iviioip a. shiD nropeller is twirled i I (Drive 'er, drive 'er,- drive 'er). Listen, an' you'll always 'ear Stoker, trimmer, engineer,. I Joinin' in the chorus clear— r ' - ' Drive 'er.' i Drive 'er on, by day or by night i ' (Drive 'er, drive 'er, drive 'er),; Round the Horn or crossin! the -Bight (Drive 'er, drive 'er, drive 'er). i Freight an' time they wants to cut, So, from Cape to Cattegut, j You may drive 'er. under, but Drivo 'er. L Sluggin' up an' against the gale j r (Drive 'er, won't you; drive 'er) ; ' Hollin' down an' dipping 'er rail. ; (Drive, why don't you drive 'er); IJumpin' like a kangaroo, Pitch an' heave an' cant an' slew, We're the hoys to shove 'er through — Drivo 'er. Sun an! shine, or thickenin' blow - (D...

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THE PRATTLING OF PATTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

THE PRATTLING OF PATTEN. ]\A R.' PATTEN is N.siw. President V * of the Farmers and Settlers* Asso ciation. He was also a Wade-made legis lator, specially created to represent the farmers in the House of Monopoly, but unwisely retired to. fight a Labor candi date, and now cries in the outer darkness. How little lie knows of the economic position of the fai'mers is shown by the. extract from his recent address at the Settlers' Conference: — . If the land tax was going to have the effect that its advocates claimed, it would depress 'land values, and they - would find that if 0 the value of the larger estates was depressed, the' value of the smaller holdings would be low - ered also. . A delegate: The speculative value will decrease. - Mi\ Patten said it was precisely the difficulty that a number of people liad not realised. He viewed it with - con siderable alarm. The shires of New South Wales could not be maintained without a certain revenue, and if the value of land decreased sO woul...

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