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RUSSIAN SOCIALIST FEDERATIVE SOVIET REPUBLIC. CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

PB-gAjgak-;;- ? r^-*- *-''' &-?? --'a _*T . i ???' ? - '? -'.-??. .-. ?? - ? '. ? .',??? ' ..,-„_' ? ' ? - ???- V- ? — ?'T': I1 SftVIFT ftFWJRilf ?{.. - . (From the ('C«nbrlfls» HagMlne,' August- H, 1918.) ^ ^' CON8TJTUTION. ..,,*r~jtl)\ Thft Russian Republic is a free ^?t Socialist wiciety of the working popula ?'?Jtlon of Russia, who are united in Town \*juid Village Soviets. , ' i'^'tS) The Soviets of those pro V'vlHnces' which/ *y the national customs jand composition belong together, will be v bnlted in autonomous ' provincial unions ' [(Oblaetnle), at the head of which stand the provincial congresses of Soviets and . their executive organs. (3) The provincial Soviet Unions are tittached on Federal principles to the flusaian Socialist Republic, at the head ©f which stand the; All-Russian Congress ? *f Soviets and (in the period between the ; Congresses) the AU-Russian Central Executive Committee. . ;; THE FRANCHISE. .-- ' ? (1) The right of choosing, and of being Chosen...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLY AND JOE. REPORTS FROM LONDON. NOT PLAYING SPEAKS, [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

BILLY AND JOE. rM REPORTS FROM LONDON. If MOT PLAYING SPEAKS, vi In the House of Representatives last ruesday, -Acting Prime Minister Watt was asked by Mr. Boyd whether he would jommunicate with Sir Joseph Cook to ascertain whether relations between him ind Prime Minister Hughes were such as lad been publicly reported. The Acting Prime Minister said he would consider the iueeestion. Mr Boyd's question, merely the tenor of which is given above, was obviously based on a communication in {he Mel bourne 'Age' from its London correspon dent. Said article, with its heading, was as follows:— ?* 'MR. HUGHES JN ENGLAND.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

-«.? ' ' . MSd«flM«da** ' - -' ItThe: Warretl and tTndercllffe Iiabor League held a special summoned meeting at the residence of the hon, secretary, Premier-street, Harxickville, on Tuesday, the 12th inst., when, an^ong other business, the^foUo wing resolutions were adopted and. ordered to be forwarded to the Execu tive -for approval or improvement:—! lyiQTiONS FOR 1919 A.L.f*. ;v CONFERENCE. ' ' 1. That all Labor candidates contesting New South Wales Federal seats be speci ally pledged to publicly advocate, and, if returned, to vote for and use every -neans to secure a refund of all fines inflicted upon Labor speakers, writers, and pub Ushers convicted ?under the War Precau tions Act, with expenses and; further more, that all persons imprisoned under that Act on charges of disloyally, sedition, prejudicing recruiting^' or similar offencesj be compensated, after inquiry into .the merits of each case. ' \ ^ „ 2. That where on investigation it is proved that class bias or political pr...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

answers rotmwomims. ^?Councillor,' Flinders.— No correspond ence can appear, in this paper unless the writer's 'name is enclosed, not necessarily tot publication, but for the dinkum reason that if you can't tnist theTMitor the Bdi tor can't tra8t~yoo. ' , 'Oorangamite,' TJd.— ?'Jimmy' Scullin yr*a Labor member tor contngamite from 1810 to. ms/.wheh he ^rasbstten 07; Kanlfold and Moneybag. y Hanif old. was personBlly ^very: popuhuC Scullin was * level-heAded, convincing, ' and . eloquent speaker, and has since been editing the BaUarat t»Jm *te&tto- ';: '

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. FLINDERS WARD CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

tit I %AJvmX%t XtUjLllUIid. FLINDERS WARD CAMPAIGN. The Labor selected and endorsed, can; didates, Messrs. Arthur W» Buckley land John Francis O'Reilly, are going strong in Flinders, There has been -a very big reversion of feeling against the 'Nation- alist' 'TVin-the-War' Party, ariay«ons'e quently there is a general rush by the opponents of Labor in this and in all other wards to remove themselves from the stigma of the putrid name of 'National- ism.' No wonder they do not like it. The wora ^Nationalism' has become 'a by word in the country for all that is un worthy, unreliable and dishonorable. When the people realise that the Nation alist party in the State Parliament' has been responsible for the ^'FAMOUS SECRET MEMORANDUM/1 the wheat muddle, the meat outrage, the Sedition Bill, the American card system for re turned soldters in 'the railway service, and numerous other tyrannical acts, these things make -candidates' anxious to get away from so-called 'Nationalism.' They were so...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

PARS. The' Chinese Republican leaders arede-: manding freedom to work out their own destiny without outside interference. _ ? ? ? The infinite folly of giving unlimited power to anyone, even to a government of archangels, was never ftefter *hown than in the case of the War Precautions Act, which, from the moment it was signed, plunged Australia from the posi tion of a potentially free domocracy into the abject status of a military despot ism. m jt & w w -w While the democratic- forces of Aus tralia are logically demanding that the infamous War Precautions Act should be- repealed now the war is over, the ?''Nationalist' Government is giving notice to 'move for its extension, and, with its ^servile jingo majority, will get its own way. tt * # Though the seasons of man full of losses Make empty the years full of youtth, If but one thing be constant in crosses Change Jays not her hand upon truth; Hopes die, and their tombs are for token TJiat the grief as the joy of them ends Er...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORS OF SYDNEY, REMEMBER YOUR DUTY AND DO IT! AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY—STATE OF N.S.W. SYDNEY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. LABOR'S MANIFESTO. POLLING DAY, MONDAY,.DECEMBER 2,1918. HOURS OF POLLING, 8 a.m. To 7.30 p.m. THE ELECTORS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

I ELECTORS OF SYDNEY, REMEMBER mm DOTY AND DO IT! AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY-STAH OF RS.W. SYDNEY MOWCIPAL ELECTIONS. LABOR'S MANIFESTO. I POLUNG^AY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, WB. jfPC ' HOURS OF POLLING, 6 mm. TO 73p pjm. I ?'?p0:r»E ELECTORS OF 'THE- MUNI* m*--*': '- -CIPAtlTY OF SYDNEY. ? fellow Citizens,— ! ? T§^te present City Council will expire l-y' I fcffl^ioa of time on Saturday, November ' I SO^ fhia year, and you, the electors, will ? $e':called ui-on to elect a new City Council l|)nrBeceniber 2, 1918, for the ensiling: three ?$&*;??--.. ?. ' ? . : '? . . I B' It will be clear to you that the old order ?Sf 'things must be changed, and that the: Kpeft interests of the great mass of the Hfblnzens can . only be secured by giving jLa$6r the predominant power in this great |jjTu)-Iic institution which has so large a |fe hare in ministering, to the health, con venience and general welfare of our city's fva&t and growing population. The 'Nationalists' (under the guise of J...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ONE BIG UNION CONGRESS. A NOTABLE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

the (mm union CONGRESS. A NOTABLE GATHERING. Tlie^second Sydney Congress of tl.e i ^jfe'SJg Union (\VJ.U.A.) was opened j &t*fcl»e' Trades Hall, Sydney, on the after ?~ noon «$5Baturdaj, November 16, and con tinued oh Sunday afternoon and evening, and concluded on Monday night. There fe tta,3L.a large attendance of delegates, and ?su although there were some unions repre sented at the previous Congress, which Igfajled to send delegates to the rec-snt one, ^fhese were more than made up i- ; the |j|iia4itional unions -which sent along rep i^sje1ata\ivfes.'., ? . ' ? ' l^'firiiiismain object of the Congress was |ifio .-further consider the constitutionj and m$». jprepare for the. A1U Australia Congress, vipli^eh meets in Melbourne in January of ?|'' ;jj.e££ year, to finally adopt the scheme on y.J^^tnterstate basis. The utmost earnestness was shown in i? ''Sifek desir*' to fit the details of the con ?;: stitution _ to fulfil the foundation prin £ .?.'^eiiSMwj of the movement fo...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANIFESTO. TO RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

I M^iFESTO. TO RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF AUSTRALIA. y ^ Dear Comrades, — In the name of Organ ?;;''. feed Labor this Congress of the One Big - ;r;tJnibn cordially greets-you upon your re |; ^tiira to Australia. In thus welcoming you i? ^sfcTk to the civil life of the community we ??;?%; : assure you of our earnest desire to Tender K' '/ypa, every assistance in securing the ful i ; filment of every legitimate promise made ' by the Government and the people of Aus ~&t -tralia/ --at the time of your departure. Or ' ganiscd Labor possesses many facilities ':toV -obtaining employment for its members ?' iaiaJ. for securing those rates and condi W^tionfc which it has been our constant effort * J tojmaintain in your absence. Those facili * '*/ ties we unhesitatingly place at your dis !?? ' posa! in our common interest. 't Realising that the vast majority of Aus '' traJian soldiers and sailors are members of the working class, and as such their economic and industrial interest...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HANGING THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

[?] The daily newspapers inform the- public that there is a growing desire on the part bf the British and Allies to place. the ex Kajser of Germany upbn: trial for. wilful murder and other atrocities alleged to have, been committed by his expresB sanction, and some are demanding that if he is convicted he shall be ignominiously hanged forthwith. The Sydney 'Daily Telegraph' of the liSth^November.ln a leading article slated that his guilt was proved 'right up to the hilt by the unimpeachable evidence of British, Belgian, French, and American jurists of high repute. If the ex-Kaiser is.already'proved guilty it is difficult to see the necessity for try ing him. ? .-. ? $. . . . -. It is, however, to be devoutly hoped that the people, of Australia will not lose their heads over this matter, nor stifle their love of justice and fair play in order to glut their revenge on a fallen foe. \ There seems no good reason why a monarch should not be tried equally. with the humblest citizen if cha...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARE RETURNED SOLDIERS SHY ? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

ARE RETURNED SOLDIERS SHY ? 'Patriot' asks: Is it a fact that re turned soldiers ~afe shy and unassuming? The Editor has issued instructions to mi to .forget the war and write something humorous. So here goes^ ' Some wowsers are busy warning lassies to fight shy of returned soldiers, whom they assert are very fast and gay laddies. Now, that is entirely wrong, for returned soldiers are modest, shy, .unassuming, in nocent young chaps, and are incapable of harming even a bird, much less their flighty Australian sisters. For instance, returned soldiers only go out' with girls to fill in time and oblige the fair creatures who are always issuing pressing invitations to the 'boys' to act as their escorts. So on the whole I am inclined to say that as a general rule all returned soldiers are (like myself) a very shy, unassuming set of individuals, . and out of their eyes one can see the shining light of innocence ever casting forth its beautiful rays, . _...£?$?? 'SPUprriS;' -' ''? ;t- -V. ....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. CATTS' SPEECH. To Editor "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

Ilipli^flliMl To Editor ''Labor ;News.' - -. SSijp.TT-I am fuUy_aware or the many diffir culties which, nave to _ be overcome in the task of establishing a Labor newspaper along. the lines of permanency and^ success. - Apart from the general obstacles though* there. Is the grave danger of admitting matter for publication which could well appear' in the ordinary capitalist journals sold for the purpose of befuddling the - rains of our class. ? , ? Your -issue, dated October 26, con ained a portion of a speech by Mr. Catts, M.H.R., delivered recently in the Federal Parliament The speech was founded upon Labor's irar ballot. Why the hon. member should lave chosen this -subject I quite fail to somprehend, while there are many other -eal live Labor matters awaiting illumina tion. I am not going to express my -pinion about the ballot, but as a. militant Liaborite 1 take keen exception to the re narks made by the member for- Cook. He wandered from the Tocky path Labor must :read into the p...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"S.M. HERALD" AND ONE BIG UNION. CAPITALISM'S FEARS AND HOPES. LABOR'S FUTURE ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

'$.M. HERALD' AND ONE BIG UNION. CAPITALISM'S FEARS AND HOPES. LABOR'S FUTURE ASSURED. \ 'S.M. Herald' is sadly distressed over the progress of the One Big TJnion move ment, and, in its own stereotyped and copyrighted fashion, lies about the scheme most unscrupulously. ^ 'Clearly,' it says, 'the idea is to con script all labor under the iron control of a few 'bosses,' so as to enable them at any time to apply the principle of Direct Action. It is the preparation for a general strifee, as a result of which the union bosses are to take possession of the government of the country and to trample its rights and liberties under their feet.' There is a lot more similar twaddle, all of which may be dismissed- with an easy and plain answer. One Big Union has been found essential for i the assertion and conservation of the rights of the workers. The genuine rights of any other section of the public are neither threatened nor endangered. Industrialists have them selves too long suffered wrongs...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Macdonell House, Sydney, November 20, 1918. To the Editor of "Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

Macdonell House, Sydney, - *t§| - November 20, 1918.1 ^.^ To the Editor «f 'Labor News.' ' iJwM Dear' Sir,— In your issue; of '2nd Novenia^^B ber^ 1918, under the heading ??Leaderjegj^Maj Labor,'* my-^ame was used, and certi|w^p^| statements were made concerning m^ ^^I^^Mm wtfole^ of which were absolutely^ imtaruej^^^ ind libellous, land' I would ask you jin p&*^MJm ralrness to either contradict the tstat«v^.^| ments in so far. as they apply to tn^-^o^^i make some further explanation in /'fflagB !ication of having nubiished same,' -^^^gH ,-ect an early response to this' reo.U^^^^H|

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

PEACE. lS Far sooner I hoped the day would.com* i *- . When the horrors of war would case;[% When the great, grey guns should fitillf^ their roar, . . ' J%; And abftve' the strident voice of war ? {'fe' We would hear the voice of Peacei'''-'**^ .-.-?, ? ? ,- Tho' Peace for a space may rule and reiga w i In all realms beneath the stars, ^ I shall look not to. the rulers of nations To stay for ever those, foul libations That have slaked the thirst of Mars. They blinded her eyes with a sheen bt * steel, ' l~'- '. - Palsied her brain with a poitfoned pen, '- Drowned her voice with cannon and drtun: J YpU must her chaperon be tihro1 the yearrf * j ? to come, ' ^ Tou; the wives and the mothers of mew '*; '''?'? DICK MACDONALD. ^ 188 Boundary-st, Paddington. '^

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

BLIGH WARD ElECTION I REPUDIATIOW1 1^ JOHN FARRELL, selected and endorsed Labor Candidate for the Bligh Ward at the imp(endin||||M SYDNEY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, hearing that my name is being coupled with the name of JO YNT6H:| ||M ' . ' ? .' SMITH, -lo hereby ?', . ?' -' ^:-^:Wli '^^^H| REPUDIATE ANY CONNECTION WHATEVElf 1 WITH THE SAID jaYNTON SMITH ' -ffl CHARLES BRIDOES I being my colleague and co-endorsed candidate. ;- - tfr-^^9 Mr. JOYNTON SMITH is not a LABOR Candidate,, and has nothing whatever to do with the AustM&Sgf 31 ? :?? - '»«*?*- -v ' ' ? .???.#^M| Dated at Sydney tbia eighth day of November, lil«, ^ ''' ?'r-pM (Signed) JOHN -I^P^^SH ? ??'r ??? - ? . *' (Witness) P.O. EVAH^i^lS^™ General Secretary., Australian Labor,;Part»f-t^M YOU MUST VOTE FOR TWO 0M BRIDGES »»-i FARRELU LABORS SELECTED AND ENDORSLD C ANDID ATES ^^H FOB BLIGH WARD s^^| ?? -~ — '— - i9 Polling Day - MONDAY, PEC. 2nd, tjM , - Authorised by the^EtecuUve, AustcaUata I*bor, Party* ^ - -- - *r ^il^^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE "NATIONALIST' PAPERS WALLOP THEIR RENEGADE JOSS. WHY DON'T THE NATIONALISTS "PLAY CRICKET"? [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

HOW THE 'NATIONALlSr' PAPERS J^ Gallop their renegade joss. ^ WHY OON'T, THE NATIONALISTS ^ 'ffl 'PLAY CRICKET'? , ^p 'Do members of the National, ^rjr i% ne\'er pause' to think with what ^j^j:^i pelitlwil impropriety' they may «indril^^# selves associated by reason'- of (the 4^»*^^ miei'a iudiscielion? Last night Ms jT^-s'l|t to a pcifectly fair question (rqmihj^Sj^ 9S0M Leader, Mr. John Storey, was 4 jdiijqCpn^^ innuendo — 'As to how reporte touniiitow^^ way from the Premier s office to ff*&4raS^:-^:i no* doubt the leader of the OpBO^binCM^Q^ better informed than the 'Prenitet/ ht :-jX-:?M 'Nobody in touch with poUitcc -ft^^^M for an instant that Mr. Storey a^'^|i|| remotest connection with the- ? - in'cJ^^p-^M whereby an exclusive . summary, ?|§1$ijfe?£f: Public Service Royal CommissioiUM^^^^f§ port went to the 'Sydney vM«ibin|t:^y;| Herald/ ' ?- r-'t :-^SS ' 'Will the' Premier's colleagues Jfl^^^j tain that the Premier -played V-*^^M^^ fairly when lie tried to fasten iha...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. ORGANISED LABOR IN THE FRAY. "A WORLD MADE SAFE FOB DEMOCRACY." START IT IN SYDNEY RIGHT AWAY! BY RETURNING A LABOR MAJORITY. TEN WARDS—TWENTY SEATS TO WIN. MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

THE OTY COUNCIL : ELECTIONS. $' ORGANISED LABOR IN THE |-.;_' FRAY. I *'AfWOBLD MADE SAFE FOB I: DEMOCRACY.' I START IT IN SYDNEY RIGHT I ? ? ?.- ' AWAY! 1 BY RETURNING A LABOR H MAJORITY, I fm %ARDS— TWENTY SEATS 1 TO WIN. i §-?? ? _ I MAKE- A CLEAN SWEEP. K .The City Council Elections next 11? Jlffljday -week, the 2nd of December, m l^Hl witness the most important 1| municipal elections ever beltf in the p:^F-of Sydney. - |p . Organised Labor is contesting ten 11^ wards out of the thirteen. In every || one of these wards it is easily pos P^.:«i»le' for the workers to return every §&-? man if they are only inspired with If 'Hhe will to win.' ? ijp o Each ward returns two aldermen, 1| and for the first time Labor is taking Ip /up the, only logical, honest, and cori ^t-tsbpeni'-. course by-running 4w©-neafi-' |c ^ didi^Jfer- each, of the contested p '.'' -In this connection ^ome little fric K: fiQH arose among some of the League H members in the Bligh Ward, who B, thought the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

f: ! ill reports and literary matter .should be ? feaaressedPto the Editor, 'The Labor -News/' i Ifacdonell House, 321 Pitt-street, Sydney, ' and buBlness communications and remit-' ?? ttittttm to Mr. P. C. Evans, General Secre ? tary, A.L.P., at the same address. All matter intended for publication should reach the Editor not later than Wednesday In each week. - ''?? Bates of subscription:— Yearly, 6/-; half y«arly, 876; quarterly, 2/-. In alt cases subscriptions .must be paid in advance. Owing: to the large circulation assured to *39w labor News' a limited space only will 1)6 available for advertising at special rates, which can be ascertained on communicating *§M» the office. - V ' ' ' _, -i ? The Labor News. ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918.

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MR. HALL AND HIS GOVERNMENT. THE MONARO BY-ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 23 November 1918

[?] THE MONARO BY-ELECTION. (To the Editor! Pear Sir,— The electors of Monaro wUl scarcely be edified by the revelation that the political stock-in-trade ^and general policy of the Holman-Fuller Government Is confined tp vituperative abuse of all those. iQjJosed to them. It may be considered clever by some, and there can be no question of Mr. Hall's ability from the Police Court Attorney's viewpoint, but New South Wales, and the Monaro in particular, have a right to learn from the Government just what has been achieved during their unre stricted enjoyment of absolute political power. During the years of the Labor regime, the Upper House was always the factor which prevented the Government exercising real power, but now it is quite, different, and the policy of the HolmanV Fuller Government, of which Mr. Hall is its Attorney-General, is practically in accord with the Upper House, and there is absolutely no reason whatever to urge why this Government should no.t Have a long record of ...

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