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VICTORIA. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

? ♦ ? VICTORIA. FROM AUGUST 1 TO 15. Gonn, Kei-ang, 24, M.. 37,000. Biewah, Swan Hill, 20, M., 30,000. Poon Boon, Swan Hill, 15, M., 13,000. . FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. . Murray Downs, Swan Hill, 30, M.,. 56, 000. Mellool, Lake-Boga, 14, M., 20,000. , FROM CCTOBER 1 TO 15. Hopkin's Hill, Chatsworth, 6, M.. 10.000. Mount Emu, Chepstowe, 10, M., 17,000. Wongan, Streatliam, 7, M., 14,000. Go'rrin, Dobies, 8, M., 14,000. Gala, Lismore,-12, M., 21,000. Narrapumelap, Wickcliffe, 17, M., 34,000. Leslie Manor, Foxliowe, 10, M., 20,000., Muntham, Casterton, IS, M., 30,000. Cregg Park, Katunga, 4, M„ 8000. South Caramut, Caramu-t,. 10, M., 27,000. Burrumbeep, Maroona, 10, 'M., 20,000. Warranooke, Lubeck, 20, M., 32,000. Edgarley, Willurah, 12, M., 14,000. De Cameron, Elmshurst, 6, M., 14,000. YaUa.-Y-Poora; Bugngor, .17, M.;; l4j000. \ ; ; I I *! ?». ? ?' » * V-rit Bar'fold, V., 7, M., 21,000. '? ? ? ' ? Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M„ 28,000.; Bolinda Vale, Lancefield Junction, 44, ; At.( ? 65,00...

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THE MAN UNDERNEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE MAN UNDERNEATH. ; The following story, attributed to Pro fessor Herron, appeared in a recent .issue of the Boston- (Mass.) 'Globe': — A heavy dray broke down in the street. 'A man was crushed beneath it. On top of the dray was a load of merchandise, and on top of that sat a lot of capitalists. A. crowd of men gathered and began to discuss lio\y to relieve the man under neath. They discussed so 'hard that the people finally created them into a Parlia ment. Then they called in a lot more men called Political Economists, who decided that the man had always been crushed; it was his natural condition, and it was use less to think of releasing him. Lord Rosebery said it would overturn civilisation to let the man get out from under the dray, and so it would. Next, chairs were endowed in universi ties to teach that tfie man was not fit to survive, or that he had too much over production on the top of him. and even if lie got out lie could not walk because of lack of experience in walkin...

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THE WORKER IN THE HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE WORKER IN THE HOSPITALS. A copy oC The Woukbh is posted every week to ever j hospital in Australia for the use of patients. We regret to hear that In some cases these papers are not mads available for those to whom they are In-, tended. Will members please report any. instances in which they are unable to ob« tain The Worker when in hospitals?

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TOUCHSTONE ON THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

TOUCHSTONE ON THE FIGHT. 'A Fool's- Talk' in the Northern Worker: — . - It is all over, brother, and the white race lies prone in the dust. Weep for the .white race! Prone in the dust it lies, with its:eyes hiino-ori nn nnrl its linsR hlnnrlv. -arfr} as the watch ticks out the* fatal seconds' it moves no,t. ' : t One— two — three — four — five Weep, brother, weep! — it is ? no use. The white race is done. It cannot open its swollen optics; it is not so much as able to wipe the blood from, its nose. -Six — seven1 — eight .. Oh, cruel fate to befall so proud a people! ' _ .. Nine Is- it really, all up? ? Can.it; be true that the noble white race is beaten? out! ?- r Oh, calamity, unparalleled! Time is called,, and' the white race cannot rise to its feet and the occasion. ? , 'Prone in. the. dust it is stretched— ^sense- less, inert— and astride Its. prostrate car case. stands a Triumphant Nigger, with teeth, of gold flashing in a dusky grin/ like .beacon fires in the dark. ? * . Weep ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

f— * — i WVl I j AN APOLOGY. E Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new B I BURGON ? J i Combs Gutters. | | (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool.) |j | We regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to || j obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with § j Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. I j 73 MACQUARIE ^STREET, SYDNEY. ^ I SHEARERSI ! Seat all records | this season by sticking to 4 THE 4 k. k ll^hSEh^y ImJmm Still the Same Price. f— Cutters 1 I right throtigh- ? ? I B THEY WILL UNDOUBTEDLY PROVE PROFITABLE TO YOU. E | The 1910 manufacture are the finest that have been put on the Australian M B Market. Station Storekeepers can GET THEM for you in two 'days through the H P ? DALGETY &- COMPANY, LTD. § [lister tilMlli j Combs & Cutters i s ? / /*% 4 ?? '? '' ' ?'/. 1 0 LAST LONGEST AND FOR / & y / # / { y,. | 1 CUTTING QUALITIES |V~ / JZ UlSTCfl ^ STAND ALONE. ||p|| |Q/|' | A Queensland Shearing , Cont...

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THE NEED FOR A LABOR DAILY; OR THE TWO ENDS OF A TELESCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE NEED FOR A LABOR DAILY; OR THE TWO ENDS OF ' A TELESCOPE.

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FARM HANDS SHOULD JOIN THEIR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

FARM HANDS SHOULD JOIN THEIR UNION. Dear Worker,-— Now that a union has been established in Australia which shall embrace all Rural Workers, those working within the industry should avail themselves of the present opportunity to become organized. Surely workers must realise they can re ceive nn nermanfint 'het+ArmAnt in fhpir conditions by individual action. Admit ting that since the advent of ' bunnie ' men have been receiving a higher wage than before, it is an impossibility for a i farm hand to maintain a family upon the wage paid at the present time. There is no guarantee that the present rate of wages will continue, and if the rabbit ceased to exist . wages would be much 'lower. There. are now several branches of the Rural Workers' Union in New South Wales, but it is necessary that men work ing in other parts of the State should form branches, so that when an amendment of the Federal Arbitration Act takes place they can put their case before this tri bunal and no man need fear ...

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BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

BROKEN HILL Shearing matters in this district are yet quiet, Mt. Woods and Salisbury being the only sheds at work. The following sheds will start on the dates mentioned: — Buck- low, July 16; Corona, 20th; Cuthero, 20th; Langawirra and Balaklava. 27th; Mt. Sturt, 29th; Topar and Garella, last week in July; Cnbhani, August 4: Albermarle, 10th. Henley has not yet fixed date, owing to some alterations to contract sheai'ing. Labor matters generally are quiet in Broken Hill. Every aay you hear of men being put off the various works on the line of lode, so matters are not too promising for those out of work. Preparations are now being made for the sight hours celebration, to be held in Oc tober, and, given fine weather, it should be a great success, as the^programme of sports is a lengthy one and the display promises to be good. The candidates for the Labor selection for the Broken Hill seat in the Legislative Assembly addressed a meeting on July 13; the ballot to take place on July 1G. I...

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

STARTED. Moorlands, Walgett, started on July- 12; twelve shearers. — James Jones, Rep. a' * * The start at Fernlee, Bollon, Q., was de layed by rain. There were about 1500 per man. — W. Spradbrow. ' ? v * # - * ' Gragin, Warialda, will start ' shearing, weather permitting, ?-. on Thursday, Sep tember. 29.^ About 48,000 sheep. „ jk '* * . Werrina, Moree, roll was called July 2, but owing to rain the start was -, 'delay ed. About 20 men all told. — John J. Hiles, Rep. * : , # # . Eremeran ealled the roll July.. 12, and started shearing the following day. There were no men over hei'e.— N. Hayes, Shed Hands' Rep. , * '# #. Midkin, Condobolin, roll wa? called July' 14. There were plenty of 'men here^— * alJout 30 or 40 'more than were wanted. Fifty shearers. — G. Faulkner. ' Barokaville, Wallgett; started shearing July 5 with five shearers' and five shed hands. Start was postponed from- June 30 because of rain.— William Hannah, Rep; # # # Charlton, Tarcoon, started -under con tract July ...

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THE PASTORALISTS' REPLY TO THE A.W.U. CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE PASTORALISTS' REPLY TO THE A.W.U. CLAIMS. Here follows the text of the letters re ceived by the A.W.U. general secretary from the Pastoralists' Unions in reply to the statement of A.W.U. claims which had been forwarded to- them for con sideration: — 'Sir, — Referring to your letter of May 21 last, enclosing formal notice that you intend to apply to tne uomrauuweaiLn Court for variation, extension, and modi fication of the late award, and a demand for rates and conditions in regard to labor therein mentioned., instead of the rates and conditions previously existing, I am authorised by my committee to reply as follows: , _ : w . ? ' '/With regard to the first item, my as sociation has-been confirmed by exper ience in its - former view that the rates prescribed by the award were too high, and. it has also proved that many of the. con ditions of the award require modification. 'When the award. was made our pas toralists resolved that when first prac ticable—that is, after the three ...

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SHEARING DISPUTE IN MAORILAND. ARBITRATION COURT JUDGE THREATENS TO RESTORE "FREEDOM OF CONTRACT." ATTEMPT TO SECURE CONFERENCE A FAILURE. Christchurch, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

SHEARING DISPUTE IN MAORILAND. ARBITRATION COURT JUDGE THREATENS' TO RESTORE 'FREEDOM OF C0NTRAGT.'' ATTEMPT TO SECURE CONFERENCE A FAILURE. (By Our Speciaf Correspondent.) Christchurch, July 14. During the last few weeks the Maori land sheaiers have been making' history in the pastoral world. In April a con ference of the shearers was held in Well ington, as your readers are aware, and at that conference it was decided to go !.ur a, ^uiijiuiuu awara ior maornana, ana get the old rate of 20/ per iOO. The sheep owners ignored the workers' request for a conference, but instead filed for the Ar bitration Court a demand for a reduction of the shearing rate to 17/6 and for various other conditions the shearers would be very sorry to see. The employ ers' demands were first discussed in Mas terton, in the North Island, and most of the obnoxious' clauses struck out by agreement. But the squatters still hoped to get, so they said, their shearing done at 17/6 pfer 100. For years past the owne...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS.9 J. K.: Workers were posted to Yur currie that week as usua.1, and must have been detained somewhere in transit. ' # # # W.J.J. : Cannot reopen tbi Borambola discussion. You should, see. that the charge you make is investigated at a. meeting !of the Leagues1;; rV '-

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SKEETA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

SIC BET A. rv-.,, . . im Shearer asks that ' Skeeta ,»-by Bar LtBoake, be reprinted. It appears in pake's 'Where the Dead Men Lie and Other Verses,' reading thus: — L Skeeta was married! Our Skeeta' 1 the tomboy and pet of the place ivmore as a maiden we'd greet her; no more would her pert little face fl*ht up the chill gloom of the parlour; f' no-more would her deft little hands Le drinks to the travel-stained caller * {???on his way to more southerly lands: to more would she chaff the rough drovers, I 'and send them away with a smile; So more would she madden her lovers I. demurely with womanish guile— ? he'' prince ' from the great Never 1 Never, with light touch of lips and of I. hand, Come, and enslaved her, for ever— a. I ' potentate bearded and' tanned - / . hwn the land where the white mirage ? dances its dance of death over the ' plains, (7ith the glow of the sun in his glances, [? the lust of the west in his veins; His talk of wild cattle and rushes—a b curious slang on hi...

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THE AFTERMATH. NO CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE AFTERMATH. NO CONFERENCE. After the rising of the Arbitration Court the employers met the shearers to arrange time and place for the proposed confer ence. The Union offered, in fulfilment of its- promise to the Court, to pass a resolution 'stating' that the shearers' ex 'ecutive empowered the delegates to drat ? a _ ^ i- ~ ~ ... s-, 1 : » wVnAl ujj it s.cttifc; yi 'itties uuu. inuiriiviia 1 would be binding upon its ni'-mbers for the. -forthcoming season. The employers declined to accept' this generous way of j meeting them, and insisted on the Union signing the' following: — , 'That the shearers' delegates are authorised to deal with the question of price, and to accept such price as may be agreed upon between 17 (i and 20/, and that . the executive bind themselves, to take no steps to interfere with work ers accepting work at the minimum rate agreed upon at the conference.' The Union, of course, declined point blank to sign anything so absurd. N# body of workers can possibly u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

THE WORKER. ? ? * ? Business Address: 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney, ,ar)d published by Hector Lamond, of Naralu,' Springdale Road, Killara, for ana on _ behalf of the Australian Workers' Union, in New South 'Wales, Victoria, and »°uth Australia, at ' The Worker ' Office, 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney; N.S.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. (In Advance Only,) Ordinary Edition. Within the Commonwealth, Tearly ? ? ? ? ? 5/_ Half-Yearly ? ? ? 2/6 Outside the Commonwealth. Year Only in Advance. N.Z., Papua, and Fiji ? 7/2 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewnere ...... 9/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. The Two Editions will be posted to the same address at the following rates: — Year Only in Advance. Within the Commonwealth ...... 7/6 N.Z., Papua, Fiji'-.:'; ? ? 9/6 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewhere ? 12/ Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all Business Communications to be addressed, to The Manager. HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc.) should be ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

SEND IN YOUR SUP. The term covered by The Worker Slips attached to last year's A.W.U. ^tickets ha* now expired in many cases, and members are reminded that the new slips must be sent in promptly. If there is a black mark in tho margin it indicates that your term is up and that the new slip should be sent .along- if you require us to continue sending the paper. The mark will bo placed upon two consecu. tive copies, after which the paper will not be sent unless the current year's Slip has been, received at the office; please attend fco it at once. It may happen that an odd paper may be marked in error; in such case* members are requested to write ; immediately to The Worker Manager, 129 Bathurst street, Sydney. A mem- w ber forwarding a new ^SBBkSS/J slip should state whe-y^ ^-^8^ dnWSSr ther his name is^^^^ggpT JSM iiuii M '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. AW.U. AGENTS and ORGANIZERS car . earn money by canvassing for advertise ments for this column. For particulars, write WORKER MANAGER. 123 BATHURST STREET. SYDNEY. NEW S®QTH WALES. ADAM I NABY. Australian hotel. Best Accom. Only Union House in Town. George \\ est. ? ? ALBURY. ? A T SLOEY'S SALUTATION HOTEL A Visitors will find Every Comfort. FRED. BLACiCLOCKS, Tne Place for Cycles. Guns, Accessories, and Repairs. JE. PERCY, Men's Mercer, Clothier, Hatter. . Tailoring on Premises. Fit' Guaranteed. STONE'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Kiewa St. Workers' House. _ Unionists welcome. T' J HOXSTON, Federal Hotel. ' Best Accom. . Memjiers_& Travelling Public. Free Stblg. TUIOS. RYAN. MARKET HOTEL. Albury. ! X Best Wines. Spirits, and Ales. ARIAH PARK. STEWART & I-IUTHWAITE for Drapery. Boots, Groceries, and Ironmongery. ARMIDALE. A FACT WORTH KNOWING. RAMSAY'S ? ? ROYAL Can't B Beat. ? A McDONALD. Tailor. Beardy St.. Armi . dale. ? No puff needed, work speaks. Aust...

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BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. Since last report the following sheds have Reported starting: — Dijoe, July 5, J. W. Gibbs rep.;' Nullawa J. Tilling rep.; Werrina, J. J. Hile rep.; Kaiwarra, Wal-, gett, J. White rep. Moorelands, Walgett, J. Jones rep. All supllied with tickets from office. - - JLlltJ 1UU . dliiuuats nave uccn xc - ceived : — Con.\ Smith, Burren,' £ 33/2^- for tickets, and levies; Thomas Welsh, Bexiey, £5/5/- for tickets and £6/10/- levies. I have also received £1/10/- from Con. Smith, Burren, on acc. J. Craig. . The following cheds are reported to start on or about the dates mentioned: — Boorobma, July 21; Currawynia, July 21; Llanolla, July 13; Correla, July 15; Talyalyea,' July 27; Curranyalpa, July 27; Multagoona, July 18; Kaiwarra, , Hungers- ford, July 21. Organizers Lonsdale, Andrews, Greer, and Cook are now out, and working the Narrabri, Moree, 'Bidgee, and Lower Darling districts respectively; .Richards, Brewarrina 'and the Creeks ; and Blakeley, Nyngan and Cobar -districts,...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are to continue working under the terms of the , present Arbitration award until suclvtime as the claim which is now being made for an alteration is dealt with by the C!ourt. ' . . It is hoped the Court will determine jthe matter before the shearing is far ad vanced. - In any engagements members may en ter into extending over a lengthy period, they should make a condition that any work done after the award of the Court fcas been given shall be paid for at the rates specified in such award. ^ W. G. SPENCE, President. DONALD MACDONELL, Gen. Sec. Good in ^Theory. — 'Honesty, my son,' taid the millionaire, ' is the best policy.' ' Well, perhaps it is, dad,' rejoined the youthful philosopher, 'but it strikes me you have done pretty well, nevertheless.' u Tit-Bits.' f * # # '''Is that all the soap you supply?' ftsked the traveller. ' Yes, sir,' replied the landlady. ' In that case I will take two rooms, as I want particularly to {sva...

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KEEP AWAY FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 20 July 1910

KEEP AWAY FROM NEW ZEALAND. Shearers in Australia will only need -to be told that their comrades in New 'Zealand have a fight on hand with no immediate hope of settlement, to a.t once decide that the men in the Dominion must be helped in the most effective way pos sible. The most effective way to assist them is to 'keep away from New Zealand.' The sheepowners . in the . two -islands de pend on Australians to get their work through. If the Australians withdraw 1 their services the sheepowners will be forced to realise that Unionism is not bounded by the coast line. . Tliis fight is one between the moneyed - phepherd kings of Canterbury and the pewly- federated Union of shearers and shed hands. There, is little doubt but that the majority of the smaller sheep owners are willing to pay the rate of 20s. per 100 claimed by the men; they have paid it all along, notwithstanding awards ??'* , for a lesser rate, and they will continue * to pay it. The only people -who object ... to pay a fai...

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