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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
THE FIGHT IN N..S.W. I Mr Rob-rt Holiis, M.L.A. opened his Lmiiiiffri at Erski-ieville, and met with a S Option. Mr. Robert . Scobie, also addressed the meeting. ; ft- # * ' I premier Wade has promised Mr. Levy, !wTj\ for' Darlinghurst, that he will -bring in a bill next session to amend the ha/ regarding deserted wive, and child r _ rri,ic liplated snurt of Mr. Levy is of niece with his useless hardy annual ad ?dre=s on law reform 'which inevitably ;€n(fs where it began— nowhere. # ♦ * 'j AIl. Sydney Smith exposes the' dodges of tlie anti-Labor party in selecting candi dates for Parliament. A candidate or his aeent can enrol members of branches the toy before a selection of a candidate, and vote for him the next day. Labor, how ever, requires that selectors must be three months in the league. * * * ? -The Tramway Employees' Union has voted £20 to Labor candidate Jim McCarthy, to assist him in his fight for the«Woollahra seat. 'Mac' is an ex ivice-President of the Tramway Union, and...
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES?. ALBURY— B. C. Loydi ' ' - ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. ALLOWR1 E — C. W. Craig. ANNANDALE— G. M. Davidson. ' ARMtDALE — F, H. Bryant. ASHBURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. ASHFIELD— W. B. Prendergast. ' , bALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. ' - BATHURST— J. F. Coates. ' BELMORE— P. J. Minahan, M;L.A.~ BELUBULA— Iko Smith? : BLAYNEY— G. S.. Beebv. M.L.A. ' BOTANY— F. ,J. Page, M.L.A. | BU-RWOOD — Thomas Tytherieigh-. . . BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A. | CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOW& — R. J. Stuart- Robertson, j M.L.A.- ?' - -. ? CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. 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. . .Pr Cochran M.L.A. DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan', M.L.A,. ^ DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. DENILIQlJlN— H. J. F. Peters,' M.L.A. DURHAM— A. Elkin. V GLEBE, THE — Thomas Keegati . ?? ' GLOUCESTER — Con. Hogan. . GORDON— C. Von Hagen. GOUGH — 'H. Colditz. GRANV...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
BE YOUB OWN DOCTOR. PRESCRIBE DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS, AND KEEP A BOTTLE . IN THE HOUSE. The doctor is a luxury that thousands and ? thousands of people can ill afford. The necessity of calling: one in is con sidered a calamity in a family where they find it hard to secure the common neces sities of life, and to make ends meet. Doctors' fees and chemists' charges keep a poor man poor, and discourage the young married man in his efforts to save and acquire independence. Sickness is no respector of persons. Rich and poor alike are subject to all the common ailments- — disorders of the stomach, liver, kidneys, and blood. In thousands of homes throughout Australia and New Zealand — in the mansion, the villa, the cottage, the. camp, the homestead,, in the settler's home and the bushman's hut — Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are the household remedy. They purify the Blood^ correct the Liver, stimulate the Kidneys, and tone up the Stomach and the whole sys tem. Di? -MORSE'S J v J -«/h...
LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. ^ WOMEN'S ORGANIZING COMMITTEE. — special meeting held at Trades Hall July 13, Mrs. Dwyer presiding. Decided to have a standing advt. in ** Worker ' re sale of ** La bor Emblems,' also secretary was instructed to write thanking the ' Worker ' for adver tising emblems free. The following ladies were appointed country organizers: Mes aames Seery, Maincke, Hall, Dwyer, Prvke, Poole, and Flanagan. Good reports of 'the vomen s organizing work in citv nnrf aiihnrha 0 hand daily. Resolved to hold our annual ocial August 12. Tickets Is.— Ellen Flana gan, Press Sec. r ?E?4!FY-;~Sa!f'year,y meeting held on luly 6, Mr. J. Bobbington in the chair. Elec ;40VL officers: Mr. Cottier, president; Mr. F Gill, treasurer; Mr. J. Mannell, hon. sec. 1 lie report of the social committee re last -:ocial was received, and the profit, £8. placed o the credit of the fighting fund for the next itate election. The league finished up the lalf-year with a credit balance after paying .11 their ...
TOPICAL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
TOPICAL TALK. -When do corns talk? — When Queens land.' Notice it? ' ? ??? ? ? 'The Glorious Fourth' — The present Australian Parliament. -v * * '!-- ' Said that geraniums will keep snakes _ giAvay. ; Teetotalism,- ' Ave believe, is an other good means,, . - . ? * ? ? ? : * A cynic' has said that - the three ?best,'....r- . aiid quickest 'ways of .transmitting ^nd ; circulating information are to telegraphj ? to telephone, or to tell a woman. - . # * * ???.?; .J They A\rere casual acquaintances on .city-bound Avorkman's train. . ' I'm a brass .finisher,' said one. ' „ ? . ' So is my Avife, said the other. : * * * ' There is a* somewhat Gilbertian flavor ? V labout the new rules in English prisons.. One of the ' privilisiges ' accorded , con- . ? ; ' victs not sentenced to hard labor- is. that, they 'need not bathe.' 0 # # . # ; ? The currant issue of that amusing1 little monthly, the report' of the State Labor . - Bureau, is quite up to its usual standard. As a Avork of fiction it' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
POSTCARDS. Our .iurpri3e packet of handsome postcard »-^rich designs, every card artistic. A1 tiigh-class, will adorn any collection, stun ning value. Post free to any address, 6d. ; honestly worth Is. Cd. Every packet dif ferent. We make this astounding offer merely as an. advertisement for our Postcard Department. If tliey are not worth three tfm-2s the money, return them to us and JJ'c will immediately return your money. Send stamps or a sixpenny piece, and be sure you ask for the UW Surprise Packet Adrh *ess: j THE CROWN STUDIOS, George St., Sydney. ki . A GRAND ? BOOT : / FOR Z REDUOED ^ FROM 10/6 !A Gents' Calf or G K»d Boot of S excellent quality in-- every detail. It is ® a comfortable fitting ooo';, will1 a en- E£ pacity for great wear. & FAY'S 'GREAT H.VtiF - YEARLY I SPECIAL- DISPLAY *-laeo« this | did Boot within your r^aoh tor i/ll. j? It's a boot we sell by the ton ac the te usual price of 10/'!, :uid s.*o doubt K whether any boot in riyduoy h.«s a t better sal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
Practieal Worth.—* I A GOOD #.11 WORTH. A GOOD £11 WORTH. A GOOD £11 WORTH. A GOOD . £11 WORTH. h A GOOD ? £11 WORTH. . I A GOOD ? £11 WORTH. 9 A GOOD B £11 WORTH. Your Cycle is worth to' you just what its construction and durability make it. There is not another machine so accurately built for hard work as the B.&B. Model 3 Cycle. Its design- is so scientific that where the j strain and wear are greatest ? there tlie i parts are strongest. . . . ? i A B.&B.'s practical worth is a lot more than * ' the price asked. Built of the best British Parts. Faithfully assembled. ^ Finest quality tyres. /^iiK *\m ^ Guaranteed one year. ( ) PRICE, £11. J iOUR PITT STREET DEPOT IS OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. I f BENNETT AND BARKELL, I I ' Specialists in Modern Cycle Building,' B f 234 PITT STREET, AND CASTLEREAGH STREET. | I IF YOU . « I Want to Invest 8END ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. I GUARANTEE THE BEST j \ MARKET PRICE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON LICENSED ! f RACECOURSES. \ I To ...
THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") TIPS FOR CANTERBURY. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
[?] - ? v I (BY 'THE PUNTER.') S . V ? , | TIPS FOR CANTERBURY. I Hurdle Race. ! Treat ? ? ? ? 1 Gay Hampton ? ? 2 . South I-lead ? ? ? . .. 3 Nursery Handicap. 'Wilson's Promontory ? ? 1 . Boy Scout . ... ? ? ? ????? 2 Strathroyale ? . .. . 3 Flying Handic.ap. Oweenee ? ? ? 1 llalster Maid ? ? ? . ? ? . 2 Classic ? - ? « 3 . Park Stakes. ; Laval ? . .- 1 Vo kl on ? ? 2 Slioalhaven ? ? ? 3 Canterbury Handicap. . . Braekenburg . v . .'.' ? . V . 1 ' Fortunate ? ? ? . . -2 Claydon Common ......' ? 3 Pace Welter. Scliiole ? ? 1 ; - Classic . 2 Ley ton ? ? ? ? . . ; . . 3
ANTI-LABORITES AT LABOR GATHERINGS. MR. WADE AND THE EIGHT-HOUR CELEBRATION. A VICTORIAN PROTEST. "Choose Your Cgmpany." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
ANTI-LABORiTES AT LABOR GATHERINGS. MR. WADE AND THE EIGHT-HOUR CELEBRATION. A VICTORIAN PROTEST: . f 'Choose Your Cgmpany.' pronounced opinion 'against inviting opponents to Labor celebrations was ex pressed at the meeting of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council last week. The dis cussion arose on the receipt of an invita tion for delegates of the council to attend the Sydney Eight-Hours' celebration this year. A motion was tabled that the invi tation be accepted, and that the president (Mr. Arthur Long) should represent the council. s Mr. A. Lewis, of the Carters and Drivers' Union opposed the motion. ' He urged that before the invitation was accepted it should be known whether Mr. Wade, or ? any* member of Jiis Ministry, were to be present. Last year Mr. Wade had been invited to the gathering, even though his brutal actions towards Unionists at Broken Hill were fresh in the minds of the workers. It was a most humiliating . spectacle to see the man Avho, more than any other, had tyra...
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
I PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. I Page. Anti-Laborites at Labor Gatherings 16 Absolutely Necessary for Australia 13 Australian Parliament ? 19 Cable News ? ? ? 19 Calendar ? ? 23 Caesar Up to Date (Leader) ? .12 Friendly Societies' Dispensary .... 22 Giving Effect to New Protection.. 5 Labor League Notes ? 14 Lay of the Land ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 23 Mainly Political ? ? 11 Melbourne Railway Disaster;...... 23 Page. Merely Personal ? ? ? ... 10 Mines and Miners ? ? ? 9 . News of the Week ? ? ? ? 19 Our Women's Page ? ? ? .;. 7 Page Twenty-One ................ 21 Prendergast Challenges the Mur ray Government ............ . 5 Punishing School Children ? ? 3 „ South Australia ? ? ? 3 The Caucus of One ? ? 13 The Fight in N.S.W. ............. 15 The Turf ? ? 17. Page.ff Straight Australian ? 12 a The Machine in Politics ... S Modern Educational Methods . . ? The Country Party ... . No a . Pleasing Her. fi Thoughts for Teachers 6 f Topical Talk .. ? ? ? ; 13 * Unions at Variance ? ? ' 4 8 Vic...
"THE WORKER" ELECTION MANUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
'THE W0RKER' ELEGTIOr MNUAL To meet the needs of hundreds of en quirers as to the provisions of the Elec toral Law, we have arranged with Mr. Tebbutt,: solicitor, and joint author of the popular ' Local' Government Manual ' to compile a ' Worker Election Manual,' giving in handy alpnabetical form a full ex planation of the provisions of the electoral law and regulations for the State of New I South Wales. The work will be of special service to secretaries of Labor Leagues, election committees, candidates, arid lay men generally. It will be published at sixpence per copy, and will be available within a few days. Orders are now being booked. . MDW— ?Bi—w— — — — —a
LABOR DAILY ASSISTANCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
LABOR DAILY ASSISTANCE FUND. The Worker manager is in receipt of one pound from Reuben Wicker *°.r above fund. A subscriber to the Lavender . Daily Paper scheme suggests that the subscrip tions might be applied tp .the A.W.U. scheme. We shall be pleased to collect monej's paid in to that, fund for sub scribers who send us their receipts.
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN THE MACHINE IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN [ ... ? r— O- ? [ THE MAOHINE IN POLITICS. ?Tp HE N.S.W. ' Liberals ' have got so cross with the Labor Party that they, are doing their best to imitate its methods as closely as possible. Hitherto the result lias not been a decided success, if we .may judge from the , letters with which disgruntled;' Liberals.' deluge the Tory press. The fact is, they may imitate the details as much as they like -without getting much ' forrarder.' They may put together,, the different /pieces of -the hi'a.T :cMnei?'?aH'd may placeV'r'afcite''. a.: colorable imitation -Of the engine' on the rails of. politics. . Eut the ^ejng'ine sticks there: it doesn't move; 'or, if it does get .& fit of spasmodic energj', it runs back and hurts the T applauding crowd of sympathisers. And tlie reason? Well, tli^- engine, is no good unless it has motive power; and all the '.promises of- Premier Wade don't supply this power./' 'Hot air,', to lapse into the American'- language, is not steam...
MODERN EDUCATIONAL METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
MODERN EDUCATIONAL METHODS. '^iLyTHILST up. to the present the 7 Public Instruction Act lids stipu lated that all children must attend school until, at least fourteen years of age, the success of trade and continuous schools in other countries makes it compulsory that if we are: to keep pace with the world's industrial progress the schooling minimum should be raised. During, last year the official 'figures of our Public Instruction Department show that ap proximately 10,000 children fourteen years, of age, and 3000 between -11 and 14, left the public elementary schools. IsTot more than one out of every three of these children receives in point of general or technical education any further syste matic care. Yet those who- 'fail' to receive such care are, broadly speaking, those who need it most. And the 3rears which immediately follow the day school course are the critical years of adolescence when stimulating instruction, technical train ing, and well directed guidance are often mos...
THE COUNTRY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
THE COUNTRY P A.RTY. BXCEFTING as further evidence oi the evil odour attached to the Liberal Party, and the universal desire to get away from Wade, the formation of a 'Country Party' by the Farmers' and Settlers' Association is a matter of little concern. There is no likelihood of the political history of the State, being re written, or a new era being reached, in consequence. The .association does not truly represent the farmers -find settlers. It has in the past, whatever the future may hold, been dominated by big land owners and squatters, who have used it as ' a means to bleed the Government as much as possible and gull the public. Its de mands havg' masqueraded, with the will ing assistance of the Tory press, as the legitimate wants of the poor settler, but when some' of the prominent men in it are considered, the ' irony . of their sympathy for the settler would move tho g-ids to ? tears. Despite vigorous denials of the in fluence of the big men, the fact remains . that -at th...
NO PLEASING HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
-yr m - NO PLEASING HER. I f 1 HE Tory- press is like the niggc-.' ol j ?*? whom history records that his master was disgusted with him. ' Flog j high or flog low,' said the nigger's master, , 'you're always grumbling.' And now the Tory barrackers are grumbling because everything is wrong. It^, weeps profusciy over the waste of time involved in tbe N.S.W. Parliament .by the discussion of a motion of censure tabled by the Opposi tion; and with the other eye it laments over the provision against the waste of time ensured by the discussion and set tlement of measures by the Government party in the Australian Parliament. it stands to reason that if the majority of this Parliament is in favor of any parti cular measure, that measure will be car ried. Why, then, waste a lot of words ? about it? The majority — made the mi nority by the will of the people— has | agreed on a certain course, and this couite t, must be adopted, let the minority furiously 4 rage together to the full extent of l...
THE CAUCUS OF ONE. MR. HUGHES SILENCES MR. DEAKIN. "RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT" BEFORE AND AFTER THE LABOR PARTY TOOK COMMAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
THE CAUCUS OF ONE. ? ? 9 ? MR. HUGHES SILENCES MR. DEAKIN. 'RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT' BEFORE AND AFTER THE LABOR PARTY TOO& COMMAND. * ? — J I' In vet another aspect the position of the ' Age m Victoria rlnlleno-ed comparison with that of other papers within or without Australia. The relations between its proprietor and public men were intimate to a surprising degree. He enjoyed their confidence in and out of office, shaping their programmes from time to time, governing their selection of colleagues as incoming Premiers, and ^ ? ? nf+Avuror rtc a. knowledffe of inmost secrets of Cabinets often I undisclosed to the Ministers within them. Directly or indirectly, most of the active politicians in Victoria took care to keep m touch with the ' Age ' office; though the best of them, even if they be longed to its own party, were treated with no special consideration in its columns'— Extract from the introduction by the Hon. Alfred Deakin to Ambrose Pratt's ' ' Life of David Syme.'' '...
ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR AUSTRALIA. FREE CONTINUATION AND TRADE SCHOOLS. WHAT OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE ACCOMPLISHED IN MODERN EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910
ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR AUSTRALIA. ? — — ♦ — ? ? FREE CONTINUATION AND TRADE SCHOOLS. WHAT OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE ACCOMPLISHED IN MODERN EDUCATION. 'These schools are a wealth to the nation. The aid of the trade schools to the tradesman and mechanic cannot be estimated. Perhaps the only way we can form some idea of their value is by comparison, and a comparison between the youths of Germany and our own will bring home to the public the neces sity of establishing such .schools without delay. If we wish, to hold our own among the other nations we must place the same advantages before our youths. Parents in New South Wales do not yet recognise the gigantic struggle their ; children will have to fight in the com mercial and industrial wars of the near — future.' 1 In every country of Importance public attention is being turned to the problem. And everywhere the lines along which thought is moving point to three con clusions:— First, thare is need for further limita tion of the hours of j...