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IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. DEBATE ON ADDRESS-IN-REPLY CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ? ? ? ? DEBATE ON AD D R ESS- 1 N -R E PLY CONTINUED. Let us.approacn the pivotal fact in a humble yet hopeful mood ; We have had no end of a lesson, it will do us no end of good. Mere 'prose was insufficient for, a phrase-merchant even of Mr. Deakin's at tainments to describe the smashing- of the Fusion at. the . last .elections. He liad to employ verse to candidly describe the. position. Attorney-General- Hughes had no doubt as to the aptness of the quote, and interjected ' Hear, hear; there is no doubt about that.' Mr. Deakin's leadroff ?for. the Opposition in the Australian Par liament in the Address-in-reply debate had some eloquent dashes, but in the more critical portions lie laid about him in faint lily fashion rather than in fighting earnest. IIow Mr. jjeakin is going to shape as Leader of the Opposition remains to be seen. The role has not been a fam iliar one to him in Federal politics, but there will be plenty of time to qualify. It looks a ...

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

I LABOR DAILY ASSISTANCE FUND. ] The Worker Manager is In receipt of /£1 ls, from the Delungra P.L.L. for the Labor-Daily Assistance Fund.

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

ft THE PATRIOTIC SQUATTER. During the last fortnight the usual Sydney sheep sales and show have_ been held, and one feature .of -same is the . presence of representatives of the Trans-1 ?Saal, who are buying; up. -the,; best stud htock they can get. ; They, are out .here -for that purpose, following up a,- plan inaugurated some years; ago. 'By obtain^ ing ? our best merino : stock ? the _ SoutfU African is building up good . flocks of ;liis-: own. The result is that 'wool from that country is selling up * to 13d. per pound ?-where .it used to sell at about .a third of ;that price a few ' years ago. In other words, thanks to our - shortsightedness, a ^formidable competitor is appearing against Yourselves, .and. it is a matter .for the- con sideration of the Australian Government whether this is to be allowed to go on. At the show luncheon Minister Perry ^appealed to the squatters not to sell their best sheep to South 'Africa, because we 'wanted them here. Which is very true'. But fan...

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

MUST HAVE MORE POWER. ] THE judgment. of the High Court in ? the Bootmakers' case adds another ? link to the chain of evidence in favor oil clothing the Australian Parliament witliB the fullest power over industrial legisla-H tion. Already many thousands of pounds® have been spent by . the parties to this case upon law and lawyers. This ex penditure is a sheer waste of money. It is the heavy tribute which, under existing conditions, industry lays upon the shrine of State Rights. It injures the employer, it injures the workers, it injures society, it benefits only the lawyers. Australia needs the fullest play for her industrial -powers. It is a wrong practics which calls men from the factory to the law courts unnecessarily. And all tlus quibbling about ' Federal powers ' and|j ' State powers ' is unnecessary. B ♦ ♦ # The people of Australia desire that faif conditions- should be imposed upon tliosJ who. conduct our industries. The time devoted to the work of investigating local condi...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOR DAILY. SCHEME ENDORSED BY N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

the labor DAILY. ? ? ? + ? IlgOHEME ENDORSED BY N.S.W. r LABOR COUNCIL. If At last week's' meeting- of. tlie |j-abor Council of New South 'Wales, 'the- Executive Committee reported Ion the proposal for the establishment [of a Union-owned and Union Untrolled daily paper, previously ^placed before tlie Council by a depu tation from Labor Papers Ltd. The (report advised that the Council en dorse the scheme and. recommend it to all affiliated Unions. The report Was adopted without discussion. : . V - — — ♦ — —

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

[ PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. | f Page. L Cable News ? ? ? 19 I Calendar ? 2 Boot Trade Award ? 5 i From the Gallery ? 10 I Furred Skins ? 19 f Have You Done Your Share?.,.. 5 [ In the Australian Parliament ? 13 | Is Your Name on the Roll? ? 11 f Labor League Notes ? ? ? 20, 24 i Lay of the Land ? ? 19 I Mainly Political ? 11 [ Melbourne Woodworkers' Troubles 9 Page. Mines and Miners ? S News of the Week ? 19 Old Age Pensions ? ? 16 Our Women's Page ? ? 7 Page Twenty-One ? ? ? 21 South Australia ? ? — .. 3, 4 The Fight in N.S.W ? ? 15 The Turf ? ? ..17 Toll for the 'Phone . t ? 23 Topical Talk ? 13 Victoria's Great Chance ? 3, 6 Victoria ? ? ? ? 9 Page. ' Straight Australian r ? 12 Take Away that Bauble . . Wade —and Found as 'Usual . . Judges . Should Know Some Law . . . The ' Pillager ' Scrub . . . The Farm Worker . . . The Senti mental Standpoint . ,. . Mediocre . . . Must Have More Power . ; . The Patriotic Squatter . . . The Prattling of Patten. .m Victorian Labor Items ?...

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

MEDIOCRE | THE Tory press is much grieved over 5 the personal appearance of the B members of the Australian Parliament. B The members lack ' distinction,' it seems. B and the ' Parliament itself has deterior- B ated.' One paper pauses in its outflow of B regret for the mediocre persons who have B been elected to represent the people, whilst B it'pavs a humble tribute to the personal B appearance of the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Barton, the commissioners who went- through the swearing-in ceremony. 'The two judges,' it observes, ??were tlie most distinguished-looking men of the new company iii- the newly-constituted Houses.' Far be it from us to imitate our high-toned contemporary and to make odious comparisons as to the good looks or otherwise of judges arid other prominent public personages. Let us. then, grant h that Sir Samuel Griffith and Sir Edmund 1 Barton are Adonises in face and figure. || What then? Long after their beauty of «| form and distinction of manner have been f...

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

TOPICAL TALK; - The N.S.W. Pastox*alists' Union protests against any export duty on hides; . Sui*ely --;. the ca pitalists are not leaving the country ? * * # ' Wliich do you consider the' most .popu- -, lar planks on Labor's platform?' . 'Well, I guess Abolition of the Legis- ^ lative Council ought to bring - down th-^ ? ? House.' . : , ? ? ? ? ? W ^ ? '..-v THE TWO ITENLETS. The Henley-on-Thames, as you all : , befoi*e, ? 1 Is the scene of a swagger regatta; ?- - The I-Ienley-on-Skite is a terrible bore, With niiuch irresponsible chatter. : Whatmore ridiculous nonsense could be - - - imagined than the-idea-^-pi-evalent in sonio' i quarters — that because Jack Johnson ' , walloped Jim 'Jeffries ? the white -race is now inferior to the black. .-Why, a Sydney ; cadet anned .with a. pea : rifle would be . ,. mox*e than a match :for brudder . Johnson with nothing. ? .but . his ^ leg-of-mutton maulies to defend himself with. ? ' # ' # !F. ' ? » If there wasn't' so much ' fake ' .. - - ....

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

FREE SAMPLE OF CUTICURA CURED SKIN HUMOUR. That Cuticura is the most successful ti-eatment for torturing, disfiguring af- . fections of the skin and scalp could receive no more striking proof than the remark able statement made by 'William Wliyle, 325 Tudor-road, Leicester, England. 'A sample of Cuticura Ointment cured - my baby's face. She had the* measles when one year old, and it left her with a very scurfy forehead and face. It was very irritating and wrould bleed when she' scratched herself. I took her to' the doc tor and he gave her some ointment. I tried it, and it did no good. One night 1 said to my wife,' 'How would it be to send for a sample of Cuticura Ointment?' I did so, used it, and my baby's face grew better. She has now a lovely skin, and I can safely say that Cuticura cured her.' Those wishing to try for themselves the efficacy of Cuticura Ointment in the treatment of eczemas, rashes, itchings, burnings, scalings and crustings, from in fancy to age, should send at o...

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

CHEARERS LOOKING FOR SHEDS can! O get there quicker and easier when riding! a CARBINE. WORKER, or UNION BI- t CYCLE supolled bv the Maker. T. W. ! HENDERSON (the workmgman's friend).! 40 and 42 Park Street, SYDNEY. One! Shearer ridden 5000 miles on cce. and is j H^ENDER^N, 40*ar!-?42 Park St., 'SY D N E Y j j

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOLL FOR THE 'PHONE! POSTMASTER-GENERAL THOMAS MAKES A MOVE. A REPLY TO CRITICS-OF THE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

TOLL FOR THE 'PHONE ! ▲ ? I POSTMASTER-GENERAL THOMAS MAKES A MOVE. A REPLY TO CRITICS- OF THE SYSTEM. ? ? In the midst of the clamor by big com ! ^cial people against the introduction of ' the toll system for telephones, it is refresh-, ing to have Mr. Thomas,, the Labor Post master-General, putting his case in- a way ' that admits of no escape. This is what lie had to say to The Worker on the' pro posals which come into force orr September 11 next:— I laid the report of the Committee of Accountants in regard to telephone charges upon the table of the House with considerable pleasure and grim satisfac tion. I want at the outset to point out that this ? committee was not appointed by me, but by my predecessor, Mr. John Quick, who turned down a proposal I had previously made for a revision of the telephone rates on a more equitable basis. From the very initiation of the system which is now in operation, I condemned it from my place in Parliament, and it is with much pleasure that I f...

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

j POSTCARDS. H Our curprise packet of handsome postcards M -T^ich _ designs, every card artistic. Ail - S high-cla^s. will adorn any collection, stup |§ n:ns valne. Post free to any address, ccl ; j S honestly ?worth Is. Sd. Every packet cif- ' lg fersnt. we maVa tn!s asroLincizi^ offsr i ig merely as an advertisement for our Postcard j 3 Department. If they are not worth three ?: 8 mon»y. return tvcm to us ansi j 9 _wiil immediately return your money, i If Send starr ps or a siipeimy piece, and fce . &.. _ sure you a^sk for the L VV Surprise Packet. | ; THE GROWN STUDIOS, ! ' 448 George St., Sydney.! '' r FAY'S GREAT 0 HALF-YEARLY A : SPECIAL DISPLAY rjjj\ IS HOW OH ! £.overs of Economy ? especially B a ? those acquainted with the 'quality i § I of tar's Footwear ? will welcome ISi the coming: of this Great Kali- lil Tear 1 y Special with delight. Bla Thousands of Boots and Shoes are lag beinj sacriitced- ? every one of 3 ? g good quality ? not a single an- 88 | worthy Boot...

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

j ?— . ? ? ? j, GORDON ELECTORATE. MR. VON HAGEN Will Open his Campaign against the | Premier in j CHATSWOOD TOWN HALL J on ' j TUESDAY, JULY 19, I AT 8 O'CLOCK. j Geo- Beeby, M.L.A., will speak in | support. j RABBITS. rabbits. ! ? ? Bullock's Patented Pocketing Nets. the most Ingenious Instru canturl r-e\ '^vented for Rabbit and Hare no rpfonf5 ?, wiUl»ut injury, therefore Rabbiti fit ?n i ? ?:* aceount- Net-caught where '1 hl&hest price. Will catch Is snort traps fail. Catching with Nets rabbits ' v,LW0!;k\ ^ 71b- Net will hold 250 ► more of ^l$er should have one or * 're of these Nets. Full particulars from THE MANAGER, 86 Lane Cove Rd., North Sydney i

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N.S.W. COUNTRY SHOP ASSISTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

N.S.W. COUNTBY SHOP ASSISTANTS. The Country Shop Assistants' Wages of the Shop Assistants' and Warehouse Board opened its sittings at Bathurst* on; Monday, Mr. G. R. Young, secretary Employees' Federation of Australia, and Mr. J. Stuart-Robertson, M.L.A., appearing on behalf of the employees. The Country ^toreiieepens anu i ratters Association | was represented before the Board by its j secretary, Mr. J. H. King, and Messrs. | John Meagher and Co.,- of 'Bathurst, by i Mr. M. Meagher; Mr. E. . H. Tebbult, [solicitor, applied to appear on behalf of a newly-formed body, the United Store | keepers' and Traders' Association of New South Wales, his application being sup ported by evidence given by Mr. Maxwell Keely, secretary of that association. After consideration by the Board, the chairman refused the application on the ground that the association advancing the request was not yet properly constituted. After fur ther argument, Mr. Tebbutt was permitted to appear for Messrs. Nail and Ar...

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

| ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS. | , j J. W. EATOH Limited, j j I Timber Merchants, North. Sydney, | ? DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL BUILDING MATERIALS. n O IJ (Usual Stock over Five Millions, most of which Is stored In Sheds. -? j Large Stocks MOULDINGS, SKIRTINGS, ARCHITRAVES, FLOORINGS, M and LININGS. Hi Estimates furnished for FIRST-CLASS JOINERY of Every Description. (j ? Goods Delivered by Launch to any Wharf in the Harbour. Also Good* -1 * Trucked from, any Saiiway Station, Sydney District. p B Country Enquiry Solicited. Catalogues and Price Lists FREE on Application.- jj B Telephones, Nos. 8, 113, 543 North Sydney. jj nnwiiiiwnir'm*-,TriT°',TT7''°'*ES!:^cgn::i|gggags!trePryiBaaBcg?Tn!mHI!IM^iw^^'fHff/ p ? ? ? WORKERS, DRINK ONLY THE BEST ! m'^| KING TEA. KINCUMBER ! KINCUMBER ! KINCUMBER ! RICH LITTLE FASMLETS FROM £8 PER ACRE. This is an exceedingly low price to ask for good, rich, cultivated land, splendidly siiu ated, right in the centre of the VILLAGE OF KINCUMBER. Absolutely one of th...

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

'™'J' ni - -'-I ??»»? ' fiii. . l. iiu.j f— e— ar-- The Very Best Second-Hand Pianos at I .- Very Moderate Jj ' j Prices. j | Can be obtai'ioJ at | j Our Exchange Department. I I We offer vcu '.-xcellent | instruments. ? n thr* I Easiest ter/.is in the I State. 1 ' j British I' Piano Depot, Ltd. C w L. --. SHLllC/ 6 rRG A; THE I i FOLLOWING— I j | ' brinsmead, |! : MIGNONt | ; STEEDMAN, B j VICTOR. jj SCHWECHTEN, | COLLARD, | ' RENARDI, I '? And Numerous | j - Others. || 1 j| ^ 9 Barrack-street. Sydney. |.| '/ ' . . i , . £ I iFKEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS C tN OUR COLUMNS t c j Always Mtnlion The Worker. - ? i p H WILL BE TO TOUR ADVANTAGE, a ! ? c j AND TO OURS. ] ^ ECZEMA. Nothing taxes a man's patience. .' Or spoils a good disposition quicker Than any irritation of tlie skin. Piles almost drive you mad; All day Ions they make you miserable, All night they keep you awake. Just the same with Eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing'. People are learning they can be cured. Learni...

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

Tlie Worker. , ? ? - THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910.

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STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN! ? A ? I TAKE AWAY THAT BAUBLE. LIVER CROMWELL'S is not a name j — * to conjure with in some parts o£ i the world, but, for all that, everybody who knows anything about his career will ad mit readily that he. was a great man. And he was especially great when he was ©rdering.the removal- of baubles, whether the bauble in question, was a particular abuse, or a lying king's head, .or the Par liamentary mace. It is pleasant to note that, so far as the fopperies of office are concerned, tjie Labor, Party is 'following ®ld Noll's good exampie. President Turley has shocked the minority of the | Senate by refusing . to burden his head j ?with the ridiculous wig in which his pre- ; decessors rejoiced, and Speaker McDonald i Is likely to preside over the debates of the House of Representatives without the aid ®f horse hair. At this rates,' exclaims Sydney ' Daily Telegraph,' almost in tears, ' there will be a danger soon of - abolishing' the man.' And supposing the blessed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WADE—AND FOUND AS USUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

WADE— AND FOUND AS USUAL. PREMIER,, WADE is the champion 'bus-misser of N.S.W. politics; but Jn regard to Greater Sydnfey' he has. done more missing than in regard to any/ pre vious or subsequent vehicle. It seems to be pretty well known that Wade is a man chockful of good intentions— -indeed he has enough good intentions to pave Gehenna — but just as he is about to work j tin intention into practice State Secretary j Wood or somebody intervenes, and .Wade baulks. Carruthers, before he handed his rather frayed mantle down to Wade, had a bill prepared to give the citizens' of Sydney a chance to say -whether they would have anything to do with Greater Sydney, and if so, what 'brand of Greater Sydney they -wanted. About nine months ago Mr. Wade received a deputation, and save what the dailies' described as a ' sympathetic reply,' which consisted of a promise that, the matter would be re ferred to the Cabinet ' at the earliest moment.' . 'The question,' said Mr. Wade, ' would be dealt w...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDGES SHOULD KNOW SOME LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910

TTTTTTW' JUDGES SHOULD KNOW SOME LAW. JCJST now, when the Tories are break ing their necks in the effort to abolish trial by jury, it is up to the people to inquire what they want to put in . its stead. The answer is. Judges. Very welL Let us proceed to inquire into the special qualifications of their judges to decide as to facts as well as to law. For the sake of argument, let us pass over for the moment that judges are nearly always drawn from wrhat styles itself the ' upper class ' of society. Occasionally a man of the pepple breaks through, but it will almpst'-invariably be found that such a man is more ' upper ' than the' ' uppers ' when he gets amongst them. Then, How do they become judges? Because they are pre-eminently all - lawyers? j Read ers in various States have but to consider the personnel of their Supreme Court benches arid they will find an answer to this question. In the vast majority of cases a.. Supreme Court judgeship is awarded to the man who has served his par...

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