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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A SOCIAL WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? — ? A SOCIAL WEEK. The political proceedings of the past week have been largely of the social order. The Premier has again been feted at Moonta by the mayor and town coun cil, and socials have been held in connec tion with the' Labor Party at various country centres. Although classed as social gatherings these functions have not been merely^ of the mutual admiration order. They have all had a practical and educational side, and have been helpful in establishing more firmly the Labor cause. In some cases political opponents have been invited just to give them an opportunity of hearing something of the aims of Labor from Labor's own stand - point. So far as can be gathered from the reports published these invitations have not been largely availed of. It is characteristic of the opponents of Labor that they are not anxiious to learn any thing of Labor's ideals. This is probably because they have always been tirged by their paid advisers and misleaders not to attend L...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the celebrated family. More joy, more laughter, 1s. CROPLEY SHOE STYLES Fi R WINTER, 1910. STYLES that attract the eye, and QUALITY that retains the trade. Ladies' Lace Boots, « superior Glace Kid Upper, % golosh, patent cap, pump sole ? ? H/6 Same stvle with double soles .... 9/11 Ladies' Box Calf Lace Boots, whole go loshed uppers, wide eyelets, Ameri can toe. low Cuban heel and welt sale ? 13/0 j Same stvle with double soles .... S/ll Ladies' Box Calf Button Boots, whole j goloshed upper, American shape, J Cuban heel and welt sole ? 13/P Same style with double soles ? 9/3 MAIL ORDERS from old and new Customers receive our best attention, and our guarantee of ' Satisfaction or your money i Sback ' goes with every pair. CATALOGUES POSTED FREE TO 1 ANY ADDRESS. g ✓ 'Wt I ^ ' i 1 736-800 George Street, Haymarket ; 8 413-415 Pitt St. (near Cent. Rail. Stn.), 8 SYDNEY.^ ? 8 Earn Your Own Living — Ladies— The Little Machine with a big Wage-eeming Capaci...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

? ♦ ? ; fFrea:ing the Complaint in a Common Sense Way. . . — - — — — I .-, TjieiVs t nothing like, .a little common -;Pcnse in treating . Rheumatism. 'This is ,f.lie jivay to look at . it. $here- fe sorne 5t'hiny that causes rheumatism. The pains, .inches, and swollen joints are only symp .110:115 of the cause. The complaint can-, ',1.1,0 1 be cured- until the .cause is driven out . ji/.'. tljc system. The pains and aches and ^.swellings disappear when there is nothing , cause them. Many, medical authorities ,-agrep that Rheumatism is in the blood in ,'tlie j!orm .of acid, and this is why Dr. . ^Villjam.s' Pink, Pills have been so suc ..cess£ul in curipg the complaint. They are a blood medicine, actually making j new, blood and toning the system to a . point that, enables' it to throw off the rheumatic poison through the channels . .Qf tji.e body. There's, another great point .iji.:tfieir favor..' Nature . always makes a big' fight to drive out any complaint. The better the health t...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

MISS MURIEL MATTERS Will Lecture in KING'S HALL, PHILLIP STREET. MONDAY, JULY 11, at S p.m. Subject: ' The Women's Movement in England.' ('With Lantern Slides.) FRIDAY, JULY 15, at S p.m. Subject : ' Within the Walls of Holloway.' Reserved Seats. 2/-; Unreserved, 1/'-. Tickets obtainable at Paling's, or door. PED1C POMADE for the HEAD | Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. 1 One application destroys 9 « » . | | vermin, kills nits, heals | MATnPf* ^ sores, cures ringworm, I A' v»livl « makes the hair grow thick | _ and strong. By post, 1/- § ft A large 2/3; extra large 3/D. I 1 2 l villi Fine Comb for Removing 1 Dead Nits. Od. extra. | JAMES BRIN, Chemist, Malvern, Victoria. »

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. ' For years I suffered unceasingly from chronic pain In the back and head, scarcely having a moment's peace. Some times I wojild grow dizzy, and seem to lose my senses. Dark specks would float before my eyes, and my sight would be come cloudy. There were many days When I could scarcely drag through my duties. I was in a terribly low condition' — much reduced in fleslvand had no ap petite. I tried many remedies, and . doctors were consulted without benefiting me in the least. I was gradually getting worse, and had almost given up hope, * when I began to take Warner's Safe Cure. From that time an improvement began to take place in my health. I improved rapidly, and continued to do so until I was once more in the enjoyment of good health. Warner's Safe Cure worked ?wondtfrs in my case, and I can recommend j it to all others suffering in like manner.' The above is from Mrs. J. Harris, 58 Carrington-street, Adelaide, S.A. A de - scriptive pamphlet containing many su...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

THE RALLY. ; I / ttMr, Wade's trusty friends are rallying round him.'-Gordoa correspondent; of the Wade Press. , . . '? j„ ©h, they; rally alright Those lovers of ligtit, . The friends of our Premier so lusty. Hls Leg^irons they bless, ; But we're bound to confess , . We'd prefer them a little less Trusty ! v

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

| GOWINGS' I EXTENSION SALE From June 22rid to July 16th. Owing to the serious alterations and additions to our premises, inoludiug the taking in of six shops in the Royal Arcade, adjoining our present showrooms, we find it imperative to reduce our stocks and give the workmen a little more room to work in. PLEASE NOTE ! ! Every Line reduced from 10% or 2/- in the £ [ ALL ORDERS CARRIAGE PAID, A3 USUAL. This is not an ordinary Sale; we want room and have marked everything down — -everything — nothing will be left out. We keep faith — it has been our S practice and our success for nearly half a century. I Send for Catalogue, Tape, Self-measurement Form and .Patterns ; the three weeks between | June 22nd and July 16th are days of genuine good luck for you if you seize the chance. Our | , stock is new, fresh, fashionable and quite up-to-date, and we allow ! 2s. IN THE £ OFF ALL PURCHASES DURING THE SALE, j tS\ki I IV I O D DrtO 486 To490 GEORGE ST., I 9 b« K B MM 1 B^l B n\/Oi And 5, 7,...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

nR WORTH OF PlIRvrtTURE, E I deposit, +.M 2/6 weekly. Linofium«, 2yd«. -wide, 2/6 y-L; ?°w Oilcloth. 1/6: W&r.lrobes. Mirror Door, from -3; Washstandi. 6/fi; Ch«sU Draw«r». 2w. C. FOR66BERG. 78 William St. aia FURNITURE, 10 1 deposit, 3/6 weekly. + 111 Houses Furnished Completely. Bed Liat% ?W'4V Blankets, Curtakis.Corpets. Agent N.S Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. fliR FURNITURE; 20/ deposit, it weekly. 41 j) Drawing and Dining Room Suites, 200 to ssleot iron. Newest Designs and Cover ings. Canterbury's, 12/6. _ Agent ior Wonderful Wertheim Sewing Machines. ? C. FOR86BERG. 7» William 8t AAA FURNITURE, SO,' aeposit, 6 !- weekly. Ti/ll Occasional Chairs, 8/6; Walnut Ovw ?U*iV mantels, 25/-: Pretty Tables, 1/6 to 10/-; Go-Carts, 17/6: Bedsteads, 10/ to £15. C. FORSSBERG, 78 Wll'iam St. nnn FURNITURE and upwards, terms in pro T.illl portion. Sideboards, large mirrors, £2 6s. Inspection invited- Largest and bsst stock in 'Sydney. Wertheim 8ewin| M...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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Page Twenty-One: LOOKS AT LIFE. AN OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

[?] _ CONDUCTED BY Norman Lilley. J LOOKS AT LIFE. - AN OLD WOMAN. - I I ivoncler ay hat that old woman thinks! 'of iife, standing in tlie cold with her bundle of papers. In the street 3;.ear after {?ear I have seen her, and others like her, [rying to sell tlie papers' that say our 'coun- |jy 5S most prosperous., Members.i.pass her on the way to Parliament, and next | baV her papers' have articles on. ' Parlia mentary Tactics: ' Mr. Blank's . Clever Strategy.' Would not she be glad, if |h'e knew of the great t Mr, .Blank's hi g little, vjctory! Perhaps she has read of it, to call the wondrous news to buyers. But she seldom 'calls ^ut now; 'her voice js.almost gone, and her, face is marred by all hardship. Slie sells few - papers, ' for ihe is not seen or heard as people. hurry ^st. Perhaps,' in the way of the old, ine . is resigned- for - herself; . but has lope of better life for a young grand lliild. Bui how could such a girl jr boy win to decent life? The citi jpns who regard the...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPMAN SACK NOT TO BE ALTERED. Controlling the Use of Big Bags. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

CHAPMAN SACK NOT TO BE - -' ALTERED. - - Controlling the Use'of Big Bags. ; In replyi to Mr. 13. L. McNamara, secre tary of the Rural Workers' Union, and Mr. J. F. McNamara, secretary of the Wool and Grain Stores Employees, who waited upon him on Monday, to protest against any alteration of the Chapman sack,: the Minister of Customs said lie saw no necessity for such alteration. The standard sack had been a boon to both workers and merchants. The question of local manufacture of large bags, added the Minister, was liard to deal with, but it was quite possible there ywould be an amendment of the Customs Act which would give the department control over exports so as to prohibit the export of wheat in sacks containing more than the standard sack was supposed to contain. The Neath Miners' Lodge has forwarded to the Northern Miners' Federation notice of motion: 'That we down tools till our leaders are released from jail.' There is no chance of the motion meeting with any considerable sup...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BACK-BREAKING BAGS. A MANUFACTURER'S CHALLENGE. Promptly Disposed of by the Labor Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

BACK-BREAKING BAGS. ! A MANUFACTURER'S CHALLENGE. ' Promptly Disposed of by the Labor Council. question of big-, sacks, and their, manufacture within the . Commonwealth, again came .before .'..the ~ X:S.W. Labor Council at its meeting on/June . 30. ~ Mr.' ,T. Smith,' of T. 'Smith .'and Go., 'Ltd., sack and bag merchants, of Sussex-street, Syd-' nej;. wrote to.takeu-exception to published remarks that had been made at the pre vious' meeting, and - challenging Sir. T. Miller, secretary of the Storemen's Union, in regard to assertions he had made. In brief, Mr. .Smith's letter was to the effect that 'Mi1. Miller's statement re -wheat being -put out in bags locally made ' was incorrect, and he was challenged to' find amony 300, 000^ bags of this ^cereal; now stored at Darling /Harbor' more than .1 per cent, of big bags. -??--If -he could do ^so, Mr. Smith was willing to - hand £10 to any hospital Mr. ''Miller -might name. 'The proportion -of -large bags now in use/' wrote Mr. Smith, 'is...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

'The Waybacks Again.' Love and laughter at Dingo Flat. Book that broke Drought, 1/-. SUFFERERS FROM RHEUMATISM should trv the great discovery. DR. SOUTH AM'S RHEUMATIC PILLS, a Cer tain Remedy for Sciatica, Rheumatic Gout, i Rheumatic Pains in the head and face, Tic i Doloureaux. et--., the most Chronic or Acute cases yielding' wonderful in their effects. Sold in bottles at Is., 2s. 6d., and 5s. post free. Correspondence invited. Sole Pro prietors, II. A. ROSE and CO., Dispensing ' Chemists. 531 George St., Sydney. Open all night; also Sundays' and Holidays. j~THOUSAHDS™^^l I VIOLINS ' ^ - I ? Boy's Violin, with bow and - ? 1 ' case School' Violin;'; \\uth ' bo\v -. .''' and case 2l{- - Student's Violin, with bow and case. _ ... ...31/6 Orchestral Violin, with . - fl : bow and case... - ... 42/- E Solo Violin, with bow and I case ...67/6 B Artist's Violin, with bow B I and case ... £7/7/- I Colin Mezin Violin'/ with fl bow and case ... ... £14 H Louis Otto Violin, with B bow and cas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

STUDY AT HOME _ - IN COMFORT - ^ -- EDUCATION BY' POST^ X&y&Wi WE COACH BY POST for Public Service, University. Shirg ^ i and Municipal Clerks, Accountancy and all other Public - I Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Correspondence, Arithmetic, Commercial . ' v I Law ; Elcctrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Construction, ?' - I Our Systems are unique and are not available to any other so-£t]]£jj Correspondence School. I STOTT & HOARE'S . BUSINESS COLLEGE, I g MOORE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Govt. Savings' Bank). ' * p ?' '' NPI - ^ flE| . WHEN DEALING WITH ADVERTISERS IN OUR COLUMN8, ALWAYS MENTION THE WORKER / ? ' . . IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE AND TO OURS. (''PHIZ' TYRES, j | Owing to the great increase in the price of Rubber, I fl ? have been compelled to raise the prices of I | n* 44 Phiz ' Tandem Covers to - 22/6 each. I ? s*y Postage, 1/- extra. x 9 'Phiz' Roadster Covers - - 17/6 „ | Postage, 9d. extra. I ...

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PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

[?] * ? ? -- I'm the loyalist man in these parts, yet, somehow, feel annoyed at you publishing that silly yarn of the plute press, about a man being assaulted alongside a police man in Martin Place, for refusing to take off his hat on Empire Day. - Well, ^ I'll bet anyone a pound' it never occurred. My sister's beau is a cop who did duty £ there that day, and knows every John - I who participated. He assures me ' the i force' were all amused at the invention. t The only hat-raising incident they noticed \ occurred on the steps of the Tourists' ? | Bureau. Just when 'God Save' com- | menced a person with his head shaved f kept his hat on. A few office boys, out | for fun during the lunch hour, heckled ' | him till at last the offender turned and } apologised thus: 'No, Jblokes, mine stops | on; don't want -to get a cold iri me 'ed; j I'm ^fightin' me final ter-night.' Tho -V force are unanimous that he was not ?/'$ assaulted.— Union Jack. ' ' i # # # %. - ?? ' V A British bench of ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

I Bargains at RILEY'S WINTER SALE. ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALT, DEPARTMENTS. I 4 BALES BLANKETS 1 REDUCED TO QUICK-SELLING | PRICES. I Sale Price. 'Worth S Single Bed White ? 12/9 . . 14/9 1 Double Bed White ? 1G/9 . . 21/- | Single Bed Blue ? G/9 .. 8/9 g Three-quarter Blue . . . 10/9 . . 14/9 K Double Bed Blue ? 15/9 . . 21/- B EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE— | 55 PAIRS FINEST QUALITY PURE | WOOL SNOW-WHITE AUSTRA- | LIAN BLANKETS. Full Double | Size ? Pair 19/6; worth 30/-. g a ALL CARRIAGE PAID. 1 ! £2 ' W' BEDROOM BALE. a Containing a pair of Large Double Bed f 8 Snow-white Blankets; a pair of Su- v 9 perior Ready-hemmed Sheets, a pair s i of Long White Lace Curtains. 1 pair 1 § Frilled Pillow-sHps, a Toilet Cover, s ? 1 full-size Double-bed White or Colorec ? a Quilt; 2 Turkish Towels; 1 Length, o. B 9 Art Muslin for Bed Drape. The Lot ? ? for £2. A Novel Advertisement. Pro- g ffl fit by it. Carriage paid. B H The same Articles for %-:Bed, 30/-, B B For Single Bed, 25/-. n 3 RILEY'S NOTAB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER COMMISSION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ANOTHER COMMISSION1' i WANTED. I Dear Worker, —One of the -Wrc-a ter$t scandals in tlie Public Service is the' x»a's® of Mr. G. E. Brodie, one-time: inspector-' ?? General . of Charities. Dr. licattie, m- d'l- cai officer of Liverpool Asylum, ma&e some charges against Mr. Brodie, and Una . [Public Service Eviard 'held' an ''inquiry, and then, quite suddenly. Mr. Brodie was removed from his position,,; and /lie has been on Iqave, drawing ' a: s'lVfary of -£.£$0 a year, for close on two - years. .Tifca .Public Service list will show, that whau 1 say is ' correct. If Mr. Brodie was of the charges which were made ag'ainst him he should straight away have been removed from the service, .Onit ifi-lie is inribbent lie' blight to/ be put .back iji lira position. There- is more in this easel than meets' the eye, and the Opposition ought to make the Government appoint a' Royal Commission of Judge Fring, Mr. Tcece, of tlie' -A.M.P.' Society; and' Mr.? Knox, of the Colonial Sugar Compan...

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WOMAN AND HER RIGHTS. THE FIGHT IN BRITAIN. MISS MATTERS TELLS SOME OF HER INTERESTING EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

WOMAN AND HER RIGHTS. THE FIGHT IN BRITAIN. I MISS MATTERS TELLS SOME OF HER INTERESTING EXPERIENCES. IV Miss Muriel Matters is a member, of the 1 National Executive. Committee 'of the | .Women's Freedom 'League, a British so ? ciety which aims at acqifiring for British ; i^omen the same political,, rights that are at present enjoyed -by .British 'men.'; Ac companied by Miss Til lard, a member of the same / body* /^lisa '/ Matters - has . since May, la£ts been on a lecturing- tour/Jln.;,the* ? chief cities of .Western . Australia, 'South Australia, and Victoria^ Arriving in Sy'd- . ney this week, Mi£s Matters' has arranged fd''deii-v'er lectures/' here on '.the . e'yehirigs if the 11th and 15,t,li .inst.' In the former of these, 'she will ' tell ; the story of the %omari 'suffrage .. movement in Great Bri itain. and in the .second 'will relate, her. ex periences and preservations within the iHvalls of Holloway prison. For.Miss Matters, .young,' accomplished, and charming in ^persona...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

TASMANIA. DENISON No. 1 (HOSART).— Meeting Juiie -2S. ? Half-yearly election of officers re- ! suited: President, 11. Reynolds; vicepresi - dents. A. Stuart and F. Probatt; sec., H. Carrol); financial see., John Geliie: delegates _| to divisional council, W. F. Cleary, F. Pro batt, J. deary. ~ .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

THOUGHTS FOR TEAGWERS.1 Recentlj' I saw a novel method of keep ing useful reference pictures In a Mur rUmbidgee school. The pictures, taken mostly from leading illustrated papers, were selected with good judgment, and posted very methodically on the backs of the school maps. The teacher had lists filed, showing the nature.' of the pictures, so that. when he wanted a cer tain one to' illustrate some lesson or part of a lesson his ready reference lists showed him which map was to be taken down. It is a good plan to have well arranged scrap books in bush schools, for in some parts not so. very remote the children rarely see illustrated papers. In the school mentioned; reference was made during tlie- hearing of the oral reading of different classes to^the map-mounted pic ture gallery to show the pupils fine illus trations of . a Spanish galleon, an old fashioned .diver, a modern diver, a tat-' toped Maori, a ...' Maori pah, / an artesiafti bore, an outback camel train, and a steam ploug...

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LACK OF POLLING FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

LACK OF POLLING FACILITIES; ' *' ? - ..... . . ^ ? ? ; .- Messrs. J. D. Mundie, Isecretarj',' and S. Thompson, J president', of the . Lighthing Ridge P.L.L.,' write -.as follows : — ' ' ' ' i Dear Worker, — ' ?'./.,/' . ! Considerable dissatisfaction -is expressed ! at the action of the authorities/in refus ing to grant a polling booth at the Three Milo for the forthcoming State elections. The application was made by the local Progress Association, and was met by a curt refusal to the effect that the depart ment could ^not see its way clear to grant the request.' ? Taking into consideration that we are situated upwards ' of three miles from the nearest polling booth and our residents comprise over half the entire population of Lightning Ridge, where over 700 names appear on the roll/ it would be interest' ing to learn by'what probess of reasoning ?the department arrived at the conclusion ( that a polling booth was unnecessary at Three-Mile. There are fifty-eight polii /: booths in t...

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