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WAGES BOARDS. CARPENTERS' DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

. ..? — ? « ? — / WAGES BOARDS. j CARPENTERS' DETERMINATION. ' Tha first award of the Carpenters' Wages Board is as follows:— - Wages Rates. — The lowest rates pay-' able to carpenters or.' joiners (including laboring- work in connection therewith) engaged in connection with the erecting or ^pairiiig bf buifdihgs'Mia'il be:— Fore- men, 1/6^4 per 'hour, or 73/ per week 'of 48 hours;.; carpenters employed on irii-uid.i.- ing work, 1/SV2 per hour, or £ 4/12/ per week; laborers employed on insulating work, 1./.5 per hour,, or £^3/8/ p.er week , all other carpenters and joiners, 1/4% per hour, or 67/ per week; carpenters' .labor ers, other than th.ose employed casualty or other than those employed on insulating I work,' 1/1% per hour, or 54/ per week. Rate of Wages of Improvers— 16 to 17 years of age; 12/6 per' week of 4S -hours; 17 to 18, 17/6; IS to 19. 25/; 19 to 20, 32/6; 20 to 21, 42/. Time of Beginning and Ending Work. Time of beginning; 7.30 a.m.; time of end ing; 12.15 p.m. on Sa...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' DISPENSARY. DISMISSAL OF LABOR COUNCIL DELEGATE PARK. A Charge of Victimization. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' DISPENSARY. DISMISSAL OF LABOR COUNCIL DELEGATE. PARK. A Charge of Victimization; Mr. R. C. Park, delegate to the Labor Council of N.S.W. from the. Shop Assist ants' Union, brought before- that body at its last meeting the treatment that had. been meted out to him by the Board of Management of the Sydney Friendly So cieties' Dispensary. Since last- September, he said, he had been fighting for the rights of the em ployees of the dispensary. : After the award of the Shop Assistants' (Pharma ceutical) Board, he had been removed from the position of head assistant at the head office of the dispensary to the posi tion of assistant at the Redfern .branch. The award had created the. rank of h.wd assistant,, with the minimum salary of £t 10s. a week. Always during his period of service at the head office' he had, in the absence of the officer in charge, taken up that gentleman's duties. I-Iis salary had then been £ 3 a week. The award of tlie Wages Board fixed the salari...

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SWEATING AT POWLETT. 6/ A DAY FOR PAINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

SWEATING AT PjOWLETT. 6/ A DAY FOR PAINTERS. Statements have frequently been made that in connection with Government con-' tracts at Powlett, or Wonthaggi, as the place is officially called, the payment of the minimum rates of wages drawn up by the Public Works Department is dis regarded. A complaint of this kind in regard to painters' work was made at the Trades Hail Council last week. A cor respondent stated 'that men were. paid 6/ a day, and they had to una tneir own brushes. As board and lodging cast 23/ a week, he asked how men were ex pected to live in what was a ' God forsaken mudhole.' The hours' of work extended from 7 o'clock in the morning till half-past 5 o'clock, in the afternoon. Mr. Simpson, of the Painters' -Union, said that trade was in a deplorable state at Wonthaggi. His Union were inquir ing into the accuracy, of the statement , contained in the letter that had been read. After some discussion the. matter was referred to the executive of the council ana the State...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

CALENDAR ISDN. MOON. JULY ? Rises. Seta. Rises. Sets. H.M*. H.M. p^m. a.rn. 21 Thursday ?? 7 31 5 21 4 4 .6 39 Friday ..7-31 5 22 5 7 7 50 3 Saturday ?? 7 30 * 23 6 *4 815 Sunday ..7 29 5 24 7 22 8 54 o Monday ?? 7 29 ? 5 24 8 31 9 27 :»'SS£- ' 28 5 26 9 39 9 ' °7 Wednesday 7 27 5 26 10 47 10 24 PHASES OF THE MOON. . New- Moon, 7th at 7.20 a.m.; First Quar ter Htlrat 6.24 p.m.; Full Ttfoon, 22nd at 6 37 p.m.: Last Quarter. 29fch at 7.34 p.m.

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. ? a ? I Competition at the London wool sales i'Js activ|, and prices have remained firm. ; # * * 1 Foxes and dingoes have been reported troublesome at Baradine in the Pilliga . Scrub, N.S.W. # ?» ? * Wandary, Bogabigal, and Carrawobbity, near Forbes, N.S.W., have been inspected ' by the Closer Settlement Advisory Board i with a view to. Government resurhption. # # # The Young and Carcoar Pastures Pro-; tection Boards, N.S.W., have decided to pay a. bonus of 9d. per head- for crows. Crow trapping is next on the list of Aus tralia's great primary industries. ? # * * Thirty farmers of Chili have sent word ito Victoria that they are willing to emi grate if land is made available for therm There .are thirty thousand Australian^ ready to take up land to-morrow if it were made available.- * . v ? # # # , Every farm on the Richlands estate, Taralga, N.S.W., has been taken Up, and every farmer is making- a rush to get as much land as he can under spuds. The matter of a house...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. J.H.B. — The statement that the present King contracted a morganatic marriage, of which there was issue, has been fre quently made. It is officially denied. * * ? H. O'Shea. — W. A. Holman was first returned to Parliament for Grenfell in 1898 and again in 1901; since 1904 he has represented Cootamundra. G. A. Burgess has represented Burrangong since jyu*. He was elected for Young in 1903, 'suc- ceeding J. C. Watson, who had been elected to the Australian Parliament, in the representation. A large portion of Young was incorporated in Burrangong, which was first contested as such in 1904.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

LEAGUES AND UNIONS. Quarterly Advts. — 12 words, 6/-. Each additional 6 words or under, 2/6 per Quarter. Cash with Order. Bookiiur Fee i/- extra. Prepaid Notices. — 12 worfls, l/-. Bach ad ditional 12 words or under, 6d. Cash with Order. Booking Fee. 1/- extra. ALPERMAHIC ELECTION. GOLDEN GROVE WARD. Nominations for the above for three ALDERMEN, according to P.L.L. Rules, will be received up till 12th AUGUST. A. TVEDD, Sen., ' ? Returning-Officer. 1 194 Cleveland-st., Sydney. RYDE BRANCH P.L.L. meets every Wed nesday night at TOWN HALL, RYDE, at S o'clock. Everyone heartily welcome. J. HADAWAY, President; C, H. BANKS, Hon. Sec., Porter St., Ryde. C0R0WA ELECTORATE. A MEETING will be held at the HOTEL BURRUMBUTTOCK on JULY 23, at S p.m., to form a Branch of the P.L.L. W. FLANAGAN, Convener; TENTERFIELD ELECTORATE?. A GENERAL. MEETING will be held at BLACK SWAMP, via Torrington, on 27th JULY, for the purpose of forming a Branch of the Political Labor League of New South Wales. J. CROS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

BR©WN HND M0RRJS, (Late TWENTYMAN'S), Tailors and Outfitters, Bridge St., SHLLHRHT. Stock Everything a 'Worker Needs. Sound Honest Val-ue. Union Rates. FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIRS, WE LEAD. . Kew Bicycles, Best English Fittings, Best Nickel and Enamel. Everything complete. Guaranteed twelve months. £8/10/-. Second Bicycles in good order from £3 up. Note our address. Write or call for Price List. HOLLAND & R0LFE, 30 ARMSTRONG ST., BALLARAT, VIC. Telephone 563. Be When you HLHf*® Drink W. BROW.N & e©.f ? Motor, Cycle, and Bicycle Builders, 8 STURT STREET, opp Tram Terminus. BALLARAT. All Repairs Executed by Efficient Workmen. W. BROWN (late of Davies, Franklin Co.) WORKERS, CALL AT Mrs. Ht LYGON hotelRATI° OPPOSITE OLD TT TRADES HALL, O.0 j! ML* J&S MELBOURNE. ^ ?»» £3. SZm* Best Carlton Beers. Wines, Spirits, and Cigars guaranteed. [ FEDERAL MEDICAL CLUB. 1 All Diseases Treated. Advice and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including 1 medicine for one week, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. * All communications for this page should be £ent to Mrs. Mary Gilmore, Henty-street, Casterton, -Victoria, m

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VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. Steps are being- taken to have the Builders' Laborers' Union- at. Ballarat af filiated with the Melbourne Union. The Geelong Union is already affiliated with Melbourne. . # # # Hitherto the representatives of the workers on the clothing trade wages board have refrained from giving any informa- j tion as to what was being done. But the I committee of the Shop Assistants' Federa tion have found that the proceedings have been divulged to outsiders among the employers. Consequently the Union has decided that in future wages board repre sentatives must not only vote against secret sittings of t.he board; but must en deavor to have representatives of the press present. Full reports of the pro ceedings will also have to be given at all branch and committee meetings. * * *. Representatives of the recently-formed* Bill Posters' Union waited on. the acting chief inspector of factories (Mr. M. H. Stephens) last week in order to find out if it wero possible for a wages bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

COUNTRY DIRECTORY. YieTORIH. ARARAT MRS. K. E. PHELAN, Shire Hall Hotel'. Superior Ac com. A.W.U. Agency. BALLARAT. Jl-I. SCULLIN. Grocer and Provision Merchant, Skipton-street. Ballarat. BAXTER & STUBBS. General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. Engravers. 3 GRENVILLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. All Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? ? Moderate Rates. ' Tel. 4/9. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL, S-Iicur House of Call. All S-Hour Societies started from above Hostelry. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. B. WILSON, Proprietor. ? COHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL AND COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-st.' Mrs. H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry C-jhen (late of Grand Hotel), Manager. No connection next door. T H. SCULLIN, GROCER and PROVISION tJ ? MERCHANT, Skipton Street. benalla. AJ. ALLEN, Broken River Hotel. Bridge., St., Benalla. Shilling Tariff. Enuf sed.' Railway hotel, splendid Accom. c-iug, Pdks., Union House. — V. Cannon, Proptr. ECHUCA. ? ' RODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best Accom. ALF. H. SIMMONS, Proprietor. HAMIL...

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VICTORIA. ATTEMPT TO "DOWN UNIONISM. INTIMIDATION BY DRAPERS" [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

VICTORIA. ATTEMPT TO ' DOWN ' UNIONISM. j INTIMIDATION by drapers.* So' extensive and persistent is the op- j position of drapers to. their employees I joining the Shop Assistants' Federation in I Melbourne that it is recognised direct ac i tion to overcome it will have- to be taken. ' Mr. L. L. Kelly, the secretary, mentioned Is the matter at the meeting of the Union I last week. He said that in his organizing ? work lie had been surprised at the numf , ber of workers who had admitted that it was the fear of dismissal that prevented them being members of the Union. The ' whole of the men in one city establish ment were desirous of becoming members, } and lie arpinged with one of them. to* take ?i the position of shop steward. When he went to secure the signatures of the men '. to the membership application form, they ^ drew back, as they were afraid . of the ?i 'sack.' In a suburban establishment in a Labor centre ,so great ?yvas the fear t of the consequences of joining the Union ...

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A FUSION ORGANIZER. PUTTING A GOOD FACE ON THINGS. "An Automobile Appearance on a Wheelbarrow Salary." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

A FUSION ORCANIZER. PUTTING A GOOD FACE ON THINGS. 'An Automobile Appearance on a Wheelbarrow Salary.' Many pounds were spent by the Fuson party' in Victoria over the last Federal elections; but according' to the statement of Mr. A. B. Harrison, one of its organ izers, not more than a bare living wage was allowed him. A few days ago lie: was examined before Judge Box in the County Court to show cause why he hacl not com plied with an order made against him by the Court two and a half years ago for £50 10s. 9d. and costs. In explanation why he had not discharged any portion of the debt, he said that he had not been able to saye anything from a salary of £ 5 which, up till June 2, he had received from j the Farmers' League, a political organiza- 1 tion. All his salary was mopped up in expenses while travelling. He assured the court that he had ' to keep up an automo bile appearance on a wheelbarrow salary.' The Judge declined. to make the order. Mr. Harrison has gone back to mining, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

DOCTORS GAVE UP CASE AS - INCURABLE. Astounding and Complete Cure of Pile's by Bile. Beans. Mrs. Annie Beedree, of ? G Brunswick Street, Auckland, N.Z., says: — 'My lius band suffered terribly from itching piles - for four years. During that . time he tried every so-called remedy, but not from one did lie derive any relief' whatever. The pain was so intense that he could not ob tain a proper night's rest. For four months he was an inmate of the Mel tjpurne Hospital, but though he was care fully attended to there, the doctors were unable to do him any good, and finally he was discharged as incurable. No less , 4-Vi n n r-lvtoon flnnfnrc Q + fon/lflrl fn liim flu** — ing his illness, some of whom told him thq.t it was an impossibility for. him to live more than . six months. He was frightfully ill, and his appetite had com pletely disappeared; he had rto desire for' food whatever. He became so emaciated that ,we all despaired of his ?'recovery. - About this time I Tead of some strikin...

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NEWCASTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

-NEWCASTLE NOTES. . At the meeting of the Newcastle Labor Council, held on Tuesday night, Mr. A. E. ^Toung presided, and the followingj resolution was carried: — 'That this council request all their- delegates to attend allr meetings possible in the New-i castle and Maitland State electorates to speak in the interest of the selected Labor v candidate.' Mr. L. P. Vial has been selected by the Labor Leagues in the Maitland' electorate. * ? to contest the seat. Mr. Vial is one, of the oldest Lfibor leaguers in this district; and will just about win the seat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

P®6 ®~a ???? ? b ??? i i warn ? b EaoMBi ? mm ii ?? ? ? mm a 1 I LONDON TO SYDNEY FOR £3.1 I Under the Government Assisted Immigration Regulations residents of ? New South Wales may nominate 'their iriends and relatives in -Great Britain I for assisted passages to this State, thus securing * ' ? 81 5 GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. ' S THIRD CLASS. ? Wives and Families of agriculturists ? ? . ... £3 to mS I Wives and Families of other persons ? ? £6 to £9 | H Others, if nominated ? : ? ? ? ? £8 to £11 5 '? m Immigration- sind ' Tourist Bureau, PERCY HUNTER. g S '(21-15) se' Sydncy- * Director. ' BEALE PIANOS | l' ' ? 1 ? iiiiiM.miM, ,11'*''' : 1, U ' . ' \ I1 WORKERS, BRINK ONLY IKE BEST! | KING TEA. I u 1 ? — ? in ! - ? Ai-0. — The 'Dr. Jordan' 1 Patent Boot, made ori liygi Ionic principles, clastic inser tion on instep, pump soles. Tan or Black Glaee.Kkl, 12/.0. Same style in 'Button, Tan, or Black Kid, 12/0. Af-l. — Men's Shearer . Shoes. Tail or Black Calf, 2/11;, better qua lity, .Wi...

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RAILWAY DISASTER AT RICHMOND. PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDE IN A FOG. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND MANY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

RAILWAY DISASTER AT RICHMOND. PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDE IN A FOG. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND MANY INJURED. A terrible railway disaster occurred at Richmond, Melbourne, on Monday morn ing. In consequence of a dense fog most oi: the suburban trains were running be hind tinie, and a train from Brighton, which was drawn up at Richmond station, was overtaken and run into by the 9 o'clock train from Elsternwick. The en gine of the second train crashed through tne g:uard s van or the Richmond train, and half-way through the rear compart ment of a first-class smoker which came next to the van. ' This carriage was tilted up from the rear by the impact, and partly forced ^ into the next car. Midlength in tho -Elsternwick train was an old fashioned second-class carriage, divided into small compartments. This, though the carriages both in front of and behind it remained practically undamaged, was completely crumpled up. When rescuers got to work, the tale of death and injury was found to' be a ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

f . V ^ uiiiKER^ EilALWERS k%Ju The Equipment ..and Resources at ayr disposal M 3b '\ W|W - are incomparably beyond anything hitherto known T »'* | In Australia, and enable us to carry out Fyneral t M Wot-K with a completeness and economy impossible J M . - of attainment elsewhere, j i Centra! Office: RAWSON PLACE, HAYMARKET. ' For Suburban. Branches, see Telephone Guide. | £ To the Workers of Sydney and Safourbs, { - ' IF YOU WANT THE BEST BREAD, ' 1 i RING UP ^ - William: WMf®, V OF REDFERN APJP MEWTOWM, \ X ? AND ASK FOR CART TO CALL,. Telephones, 192 R. and 367 N. 1 I JOHNSON S SONS, I LEATHER MERCHANTS. 3 IMPORTERS OF GRINDERY AND FINDINGS, ' I BOOT UPPER MAMUFACTURBES LARGE STOCK OF BOOT UPPERS ON HAND. MANUFACTURED FROM BEST MATERIALS. SEND FOR QUOTATIONS. . 205 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY, ! ALSO AT BRISBANE. MELBOURNE, AND LONDON. f [?] I O.T. has a distinctive, rich, rare flavour, f| §g and an invigorating, warming;, comfort- || |§ ing* effect thai satisfies and delights. 9...

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THE WORRIED WADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

THE WORRIED WADE. He is conscious of 'the fact -that lie is riding for a fall, ? ' ? . ' And nothing can dispel the heavy gloom; His fate he lias deciphered in the writing on the wall, . And fearfully he now awaits his doom. He is haunted in his slumbers by the irons' noisy clank. ' With. horror lie sees Peter in his cell; And' the demon of. Coercion* waits upon . . ^ ? the Ballot's bank . ? . ? - ?: To hurl hirn 'out ?of. office with a yell. V I' # # . .???;?! J.T.S.: Re complaint of ' Grafter' about ! Alstonville, I can endorse what lie says, .i as on a recent tour through that cocky- . - ; ridden district I 'put in a night there, and | by a peculiar coincidence was impressed. - | by the late working in the stores. Woit-r dering«if the -practice .was usual, also . i whether, the E.C. 'Act extended there, in--. i terrupted the conversaticui of a young local. ? . ,-j resident' who was at the moment , fluently cursing-.' all of ' the ' cocky species. )l ] pointed the matter out to hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

\ '-^WW PROUD'S __ T^C MOTOR BAGS, HAND BAGS, TRAPEZE . ZX BAGS, PEGGY BAGS, RACE BAGS. (f ^^jy^lPlv|pi New Styles Ahead of tlie Season. I V Wr3-\ / A wide range of these Choice j-^&. \»A | jf 1 Bags Rt prices so low that they arC ^e^ou-^ competition. Morocco, Seal, Crocodile Calf, \ \V Eeaver- Russia, Puma, and V 4H§/ ti other Leathers in black and A/ / / **^) fancy shades. Fitted inside 6f% A ,*^5 ////& with leather shopping purse. jf / V //III K!NDLY GAlL' 0R WR,TE US' - w- j' proud» / Mm Jewellers and Gem Merchants, mm mi PITT ST' (Ncar Kinfi st,)' SYDNEY* W Ja Mutton Garden, London. NEAR THE RYDE TRAM. » The new Ryde Tram is running now,. H B and in a very little while it is almost ?? p _ IB certain that a fast ferry will be run- gj rn I 1Pfc ning between Gladesvllie Bridge and sj - ' I ' i I Circular Quay, without stops. . This H /v4=?5\- -:-:-:v0 j ^1 will bring Ryde within 35 minutes of n sj XvJ Sydney — will bring TENNYSON ES- £j sZ^rT\^-~lL~---~- k TATE, .i...

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