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CUTICURA OINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
CUTfCURA OINTMENT. j The attention of readers is drawn to an ; advertisement appearing in this Issue, j stating thai: those wishing to try for them- ! selves the efficacy of Cuticura Ointment in the treatment of eczema, rashes, etc., should send at once to Messrs. PL Towns and Co., IS Loftus-street. Sydney, for a free trial sample and 3- page book on the cure of skfn and scalp affections. f' j A deputation from the Northern Colliery I ; Federation will to-day interview Premier | ? W ade to ask for the removal of llr. J. | Paterson from the position of miners' re- I : preservative on the Northern Wages j i Board. ! ♦ * ♦ ' In the matter of the appeals of the j j Colonial Sugar Refining Company and j ; the Master Builders' Association against i certain clauses in the Plumbers' and j Gasfitters' Wages Board Award. Judge j Heydon gave Judgment in the Industrial ? Court on Wednesdays. Regarding the ' t-oard's award that plumbers should be f all of one class and receive the same rates ; o...
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. THE BATTLE CRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. I ? ; — * ? j; THE battle cry. I kere's a cry that is .echoing right f through the land, _ j roercion! Coercion! Coercion! J cry that, the forty-four ' gaggers ' can t s stand ? I ig Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! kna Gregory Wade, with his usual hide, propounds brilliant schemes just to prop I up his side, „ ^ , But Bowling's in quod can the fact be denied? — ? Through Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! 'Twas Jocook who cried at the death of the ' Fuse,' Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! ' And Wade was assailed with much pointed abuse Pe Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! For Joe said (a tear of remorse ' in. his e-'e) . ,, . |V71ien his pals tried to sling out their platitudes dry, Thev were promptly howled down with the hideous cry ? . Of Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! So Wade and his mob are aghast- at the roar, Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! The howl of the populace smarting and sore : Through Coercion! Coercion! Coercion! For Bowling was jugged just' to gladden a few Of the...
"THE MISSING LINK." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
? ? 'THE MISSING U NK.' Dear Worker, — It dges not often fall to the lot of a Government to get a more stinging con demnation from one of its supporters than, the Wade Government received from Sir James Graham in the Assembly last week when speaking on the city traffic. He said: 'I sat on the Royal Commission and understood that the Government looked upon the matter as oiie of great urgency, and I thought action would have been taken immediately. . . . The evidence taken showed that the key to the whole position, depended almost wholly upon providing a link bgtween the two Sy^nej^s. The traffic at Circular Quay was in a state of congestion that was most alarm ing. If an accident happened it would be one of an appalling character, and the Government would standi the risk of hav ing to shoulder a considerable share of the. blame for allowing such a condition of things to exist for so long.' Coming from such an eminently fair and moderate man, this denunciation of the Wade Government's...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
TO CORRESPONDENTS. J.B. — 'The Kookaburra' is owned by 'The Kookaburra' Newspaper Co., Dal wood Chambers, Bathurst St., Sydney. Old Shearer. — For State Hansard apply to . Government Printer. The price is threepence per copy. J. Doris. — (1) Peter Bowling is not a ?member of the P.L.L. (2) He is strongly anti-Labor, and should not contest a seat as 'a pledged Labor candidate.. . J.W.— (1) The holder of a freehold block over 40 acres in extent, upon which resi dence has been carried out for two years, can apply for an additional c.p. in the same way as can the holder of an original c.p. ? . ' ?' (2) Section 11, Act o£1903, is the clause providing for the transfer and exchange of holdings, such as homestead selections, settlement leases, c.ps., e.ls.,--and condi tional purchase leases. It also provides forr.the making up, by purchase, to. living areas, of homestead selections and settle ment leases, i '; » (3) The holder of any land can only get a contribution towards ' a ; rabbit pro...
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. ALBURY— B. C. Loyd. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. . - ALLOWRiE— C. W. Craig. ANNANDALE— G. M. Davidson. ARM I DALE — F. H. Bryant. ASH BURN HAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. - ASH FIELD— W. B. Prendergast. BALM AIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. BELMORE— P* J. .Minahan, M.L.A. BELUBULA— Iko Smith. - BLAYNEY—G. S. Bseby, M.L.A. . . : - BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. \ BURWOOD — Thomas Tytherleigh. BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.k. , CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. ' '- CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertson,1 M.L.A. CANTERBURY— E. H. B.urgess. ' ; CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Trefle; M.L.A. COBAR— D. Macdonell, M.L.A. ? , COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A* COROWA— J'. GRANT. DARLING HARBOR— J. P. Cochran ivi.l.m. DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan, M.L.A. DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A. DURHAM— A. Elkin. i GLEBE, THE — Thomas Keegan. GLOUCESTER— Con.- Hogan. 1 GORDON— C. Von Hagen. GOUGH— H. Colditz. GRANVILLE— F. E. McLean. GWYDIR— G. A. Jones,...
THE T. W. PLUMMER BENEFIT [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 14 July 1910
THE T. W. PLUMMER BENEFIT We have received a statement of ac counts in connection with the above fund, from which we learn that the donations and net proceeds of the moonlight excur sion reached the respectable total of £ 61 4s. The receipt of that amount has been gratefully acknowledged by Mr. Plummer, whose health unfortunately shows no im provement,
THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
THE LABOR DAILY AOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? Some members have been inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed Labor Daily shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall tie Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union owned and controlled. To give the other Unions a chanc8 to f„ome in it is 'imperative that the scheme shal* be based upon company lines. Com pany law requires that a certain number of persons shall join together to enable a company to be formed in the first in stance. To comply with this law it has been decided that a certain number of j approved persons may come in as founda tion members. The total amount of cash they may pay in only amounts to £ 100 out of a total of £100,000, and the voting power is based on the money paid in, so that it should be clear they will not have the slightest power to influence the con trol which the Unions, for whom are Reserved the £99,900 worth of shares, .Will have over the paper. Each founda...
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
IMPORTANT NOTICE. ?The State elections for N.S.W. will take place not later, and probably somewhat earlier, than 'the middle of October next. As large numbers of electors following the shearing' industry will be absent from ptpptnratp!; thpn. T would stronslv urge ail such who have already made en gagements covering that period, or who can now say in what electorates they ex pect to be in about that time, to at once communicate with me, so that early steps can be taken to. have special ^polling booths proclaimed in the electorates they are going to, to enable them to record their votes. They will need to supply full particulars of their names and addresses, the electorates for which they are en rolled, and also, 'where possible, specify the names of the .stations they will be at, and where they have- no such engagement the electorates they purpose being in at that time. Much can be done in his way to mini- : misa the wholesale disfranchisement j which will otherwise take place under...
EREMERAN SHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
EREMERAN SHED. Dear Worker,— As a preliminary to making a general/ start on my organizing tour. I called at Eremeran, Nymagee, on July 14, which called the roll and made a start on July 13. I found everything going along satis, factorily. There were a good lot of union ists, who all signified, their willingness to renew and pay the levy. I am confident - of- good returns from that shed, as the two reps, are men who have the interest of the Union and humanity at heart, and, can be relied upon to put in good work. - , It was reported that this shed had en- ] gaged all its shearers through a labor ; agent and shearer in the pel-son of one j Joe Coves, -but I am very pleased to be | able to contradict that statement, and that Mr. Coves and his followers have ap- | parently thought it expedient, to stay j away. Many of the- men shearing there t produced receipts for deposits and replies I to their inquiries for pens .direct from the i station manager. If the Department of f Labor had see...
SOME COCKNEY LADS. GEORGE HAW'S LONDON SKETCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
SOME COCKNEY LADS. GEORGE HAW'S LONDON SKETCHES. Readers of the ' Clarion ' will not need to toe introduced to George Haw. For years he contributed to these pages, and if latterly our readers have had fewer op portunities than of yore for enjoying his quiet and effective executions of the capi talist, that is because Mr. Haw is a busy man,, and not because we do not, all of us, appreciate the sterling character of his worn. Well, Mr. Haw has broken out in a new place — new at least to us. The author of ?' Britain's Homes' and 'No Room to Live ' is the master of- a simple and attractive literary style, and of a very gentle irony and humor. These quali ties he has now addressed to the art of fiction, and the result 'of his efforts is a valuable and interesting collection of Cockney, sketches, which he calls 'A Lad of London (and some of his neighbors),' and which Messrs. Cassell have published at' 3/6. ' ... Mr. Haw covei's a wide stretch of coun try in the course of his search for th...
SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH. j In this list' the lines indicate shed, post L^'number of shearers, hand or machine l$Tw M.), and number of sheep; The fdates- are approximate only. ' .FROM 1st TO 7th' AUGUST. ^Thurloo, Goonamble, 8, M„ 20,000 Icoonamble Scour, Coonamble, 16, M.,* 65,000 I Bimble, Coonamble, 18, M„ 30, 000 -Keleourie, Coonamble, 6, M„ 4000 ; Rayiands, Coonamble, 2, M., 2000 ^ Gidgeonbah, Coonamble, 9, M., 27,000, 'Tooloon, Coonamble, 10, M., 30,000 'calga, Coonamble, 24, M., 40,000 Quanda, Gular, 8, H., 4000 Parmidman, Gular, 4, H., 3000 Eversleigh, Warren, 9, M.', 13;000 Eilengerah, Trangie, 28, M'., 30,000 Colane, Nyngan, 18, M., 19,000 Buckiinguy, Nyngan, 30, ' M., 34,000 Fair 'View, Nyngan, 4, M., 2000 Gillendoon, Warren, 16, M., 60,000 Haddon Rig, Warren, 20, M., 14,000 Western Shed, Gunnedah, 16, M.. 16,000 FROM 7th TO 14th AUGUST. Berida, Gilgandra, 20, M., 30,000 ? Talberra, Mullalej', 6, M., 9000 Trinton View, Baan Baa, 5, M., 10,000 Leighton Park,...
SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
SHEARING FIXTURES. ? ? -w BOURKE BRANCH. * I The list hereunder is compiled from ata supplied by Reps, for. last shearing, „„|s no certainty that' they will apply rceurattij- for this shearing, but will in [the great majority be only Lable to slight ?variation. It is almost impossible to get dates and particulars for this years shearng to publish in time to be oi : any lvalue to members, hence last year s dates are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. In this list the lines indicate shed, post town number of shearers, hand or ma chine (H. or M.), and number of sheeD. FROM 25th TO 30th JULY. Curranvalpa, Louth, 12, M., 14,500. Tnclewood Forest, Mo'ree, 5, M, 3175 Sunnvside, Girilambone, 2, H, 2400 Bangate, Walgett, 24, M, 67,500 Alma Booligal. 16, H, 19,500 ' Yarrawin, Brewarrina, 22, M, 56,000 ?n'omboin, Girilambone, 11, H, 21,300 Goondoobluie, Mogil Mogil, 30, M,: 120,000 Geranv, Oxley, 4, H, 3S00 Tarriaro, Narrabri, 16, M, 43,000 Boonooma, Brewarrina, 40, M, 92,3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
Machine shearing experting (ail Types),' ENGINE DRIVING (Steam and Oil), WOOLCLASSING, etc., TAUGHT. Join now, and we will make you competent for the coming Season. Term dates from commencement of work. Pay the Institute a visit of inspection. * Apply for Prospectus. National Wool Institute, 482 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY, opp. Q.V. Mkts. J. H. YOUNG & CO., LTD., SHEARING CONTRACTORS, 8 SPRING .ST., BEG to notify Pastoralists and Shearers that Mr. J. H. YOUNG is no longer con nected with this Company, and Mr. BERNARD IIOSKlNS has taken over the entire Management. Satisfaction guaranteed to all. SHEARING. HAY iTs'G secured the Contract of Shearing all Wirrah Sheep for the late Mr. T. Scuverts,' Mungindi. I would like all Shearers and Shed Hands who have . been engaged by the above-mentioned to communicate with me at' once, stating whether they have de posits in for their pens, and send copies of receipts for same. Only those with deposits considered. Shearing to start AUGUST 1. G. A....
INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. Members sending in 'Worker' Slips should be careful to fully stamp their letters. Victorians frequently place only 1d: on their letters, which involves a fine of 2d. at this end. Other members post their letters unstamped, involving a fine if 4d. We do not .think we should be called -pon to pay these finao, and soch letters will in future be refused. Copies of the Official Report or the Reid-Holman Debate are now being offered at the low rate of ten shillings per hundred; postage extra. At this price, they are the best propaganda literature available. Orders may be sent direct to
VAGABOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
VAGABOND. Dunno a lieap about the what an' why, Can't say's I ever knowed; Heaven to me's a fair blue stretch o' sky, Earth's' jest a dusty road. Dunno the names o' things, nor what they are, . ' . ? Can't say's I ever will; . Dunno about God — He's jest the noddin' star Atop the windy hill. Dunno about life— it's jest a tramp alone, From wakin' time till doss; Dunno about death — it's jest a quiet stone, All over grey with moss. An' why I live, an' why. the old world spins, Are things I never knowed; My mark's the gipsy fires, the lonely inns, An' jest the dusty road. — J. MOSEFIELD. 'A Corner in Water,' an exciting stcry by Bert Mudge and Albert Goldie, illustrated. Post free, Is. 3d. # # * Respect. — 'I-Iiram,' said Mrs. Corn tossel, ' it takes you twice as long to drive the pigs as it used to.' 'I know it. You wouldn't expect me to speak harsh to a lot of critters that's worth 1 1 dollars apiece, would you?' — j 'Washington Star.'
SHEARING FIXTURES. 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES: FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910, ? ? ? 'W VIGTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. ° | FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. Warbreccan, Deniliquiri, 20, M., 24,000. Hartwood, Jerilderie, 50, M, 65,000. / Quiamong, Conargo, 16, M., 20,000. Wanganella, Wanganella, 20, H., 16,000, Boabula, Wanganella, 15, M., 30,000. Willura, Booroorabin, 35, H„ 50,000. Zara, Wanganella, 16/ M». 26,000. Mathoura, Mathoura, .30, M., C0.000. Perricoota, Moama, 48, M., 104,000. Murgha, Moulamein, 20, H. & M„ 20,000. Woorooma, Moulamein, 16, M., 42,000. Toogimbie, Hay, 12, M., 24,000. Yathong, Jerilderie, 11, M., 18,000. Kulki, Jerilderie, 12, TVL, 20,000. Nap Nap, Maude, 30, H., 55,000. . Woodsomelees, Tocumwal, 14, H., 14,000. Mundivvay, Deniliquin 30, M., 40,000. Nyang, Moulamein, 30, M., 28,000. Windouran, Moulamein, 20, M., 30,000., Keri Keri, Moulamein, 15, M., 22,000. -? Tarwong, Oxley, 40, M., 60,000. Euston, Euston, 10, H., 15,000. Wunnamurra, Jerilderie, 36, M., 40,000. Aratula, Tocumwal, 26, M., 40,000. Bundy...
BRITISH FARM LABORERS' STRIKE. FOR FOURTEEN SHILLINGS A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910
BRITISH FARM LABORERS' STRIKE. FOR FOURTEEN SHILLINGS A WEEK. The Rural Workers' Union in Australia has been formed to secure, if possible, a wage of 30s. per'' week and found for farm laborers, with better rate's in the harvest ' season. In England, glorious, free, en lightened England,' the heart of a ?won- ; firous empire, some of the members of ' the ^Agricultural i^auorers umun nave Strike for — fourteen shillings per week! 2-oes that astonish .you? . Then be it known that- the Farmers' Federation was able to secure men, no not men, but pet sons in their guise, to go down to .act as strike-breakers on the unfortunate men -vlio demanded the huge increase of Is. per week on the wage they had been pre viously receiving. But the strike-breakers were such a poor.lot that they could make little headway at the work, and they have ?failed to break up the strike.' Most of the employers have refused to meet the men to discuss the matter in any way, and only assert that the prices for pro...