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INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 27 July 1910

iL INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE, j Member6 sending in 'Worker' Slips should bo careful to fully stamp their tetters. Victorians frequently place only Id. on their letters, which involves a fine of 2d. at this end. Other members post their letters unstamped, involving a fine of 4d. ? We do not think we should be called upon to pay these ft mo, and such letters will in future be refused.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 27 July 1910

TARSIFPI ^FFH^ MONEY ^^^ ^, yAr\SJE,ri OLLUO WANTED wLHSI *^£% TN order to Introduce our KIGH-GRADB TESTED SEKDS ./^Briiranj^f*^. / * into every home, we are fivlng array priees such aa ^^^*rNS-Sr£-^^ / MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, SILVJJR WATCHES and » / CHAINS, CAMERAS, RABBIT RIFL3S. LADIES' MUFF jSS&U^?l ^ f CHAINS, SOUUGOID RINGS, JEWELUiRY, etc., FREE fl^H^lBflPI aSL to the value of ONE THOUSAND POUNDS. All you have \ \M U'«HJ FM vV to do is to SHND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS and 1 f;3 fmTfff R ^J** * we ?will forward you 24 assorted packets of our reliable I (^ slUllrU J vegetable and flower seeds, such as TURNIP, I.ETTUCS, ^^JiDlU^ Jj6'*'*) CU3BAGE. TOMATO, WALLFLOWER, SWEET WILLIAM, 1 '^SSlS?*^ MIGNONETTE, GA1LLARDIA, etc.: Sell the packets at 3d. A D^*nJTtSn per packet, send us our money (6/-) and we will send you by ,»-===*-. I) ' &t\ §11 return mail auy present you may select from our grand list. ^&^bctt\ 1 3oy'A !nfi WK T.XUST YOU— THE RISK IS OURS. You ma...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 27 July 1910

We fir* away Talking Turbines, Gold Watches, Jewel- g6MfiSaaalgsfe|S^gL- lerr, and other Valuable 1 .en iums to those who help us Or — ^ ^SgjUiJ§SBi8BEB&ifc- to introduce our remedies. V. e want to increase our sales ? v . ' ^-«t^BBgBJ}gp^ during the next few mouths. This Talking Machine re- ^^^WQE(Kfc\ produces Songs, Speeches, Baud Music, &c, and can be ? ' -^IKhJo used at all entertainments, in any size hall or room. It j-m r aja has a 14-inch Metal Amplifying Horn, with Concert Metal , v5bL \i'WmjZZ3B!Jk Base. Manyof our agents are making big money by giv- ^JIHmPSJ** ^Sli ing concerts with this machine, which we give away Jj&^JzSS&eSXB&Xi IB Free. Send us your name and address, and we will send -^^^^^^^^f ffl? you t bores of our New Life Vegetable Pilla (Formulae ^^mafsff^%fTri!~^^\ JSP printed on each box). Sell them at i/- a box, then remit ^rafWl HMK? WbSSsW us the g/- received and we will promptly forward you, Mi ff m\ \\\\\\\\\\\\ I i...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 27 July 1910

Political Labor League of N.S.W-. PRANCE ELECTORATE,, BALLOT PAPER. (For A.W.U. Members only; cut it out and : ? ?^ vote.) BUNGATE, LINUS, v CONNOR, J. E. DANAHEY, C. J. ?? O'lIALLORAN, M. C. McGIRR, GREGORY. ORAM, ALBERT E. WEBSTER, W. WHITFORD, W. J. DIRECTIONS TO VOTERS. 1. Place the figure 1 in the square oppo site your first choice, the figure 2 in the square opposite your second choice, and so on; and the figure 8 in the square opposite the name of the person you like least. 2. All candidates must be numbered, and Slip ' A ' of ticket, 1910, must be attached, otherwise the Ballot Paper will be informal. 3. Voters must be residents of the Orange Electorate, and must sign their names and addresses on the inside of the envelope in which the Ballot Paper is returned. 4. All envelopes must be marked, ' Ballot Paper,'' and must reach- the undersigned not later than MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1910, otherwise will not be counted. W. H. COULDWELL, Returning-Officer, P.L.L., Orange. Political La...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITERS AND WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

WRITERS AND WRITINGS. The 'Southern Sphere,' .formerly an annual, now. appears in Melbourne as a monthly, on the lines of the London 'Sketch.' # # # ? A fifth edition of George Black's ' His tory of; the N.S.W. Labor Party' brings that very handy, work down to date. (Sydney: S. D. Towhsend.) The ' His toi'y ' would :sa*ve many an argument on State i political affairs. It is slim enough for the pocket, and is sold at 3d., postage Id. ' : ?#????'? The hero of 'An Australian Peer,' by George Forbes, has knocked around in an ordinary Australian Avorker's way before he is fossicked out (rather unkindly) and claimed as heir to a title. At that time he is in Parliament, a young Labor mem ber. The plot has various other ins and outs,' and there are strike and election scenes, incidents of love and reA^enge, etc. The illustrations are by Percy F. S. Spence. (Bookstall Series; Is., postage 3d.) ' Maken ' forwards a cutting contain ing a printer's error — 'chould' for. 'should.' He suggests th...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sonnet from Shakespeare. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

? « ? . ? A Sonnet from Shakespeare. When in the .chronicle' of wasted time I see descriptions of the fairest wights, And beauty making' beautiful old rhyme In praise of ladies dead and- lovely knights, Then, In the blazon of sweet beauty's best, Of hand, of foot, of lip, of eye, of brow, I see their antique pen would have ex press'd .. Even such a beauty as you master now. So all their praises are but prophecies Of this our time/all you prefiguring; And, for they look'd but with divining eyes, They had not skill ^enough your worth to sing: For Ave, which now behold these present days, Have eyes to wonder, but lack tongues to praise Most of the books mentioned on Page Twe.'Hy-One may- be obtained . from; '.'The 'Worker ' Office at the prices indicated.'

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN PAINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

WOMEN PAINTERS. |i THe.Society of Women Painters has up illf ted. sordid, money-grubbing York Street, ISydney (the home of the warehouse), by Molding its exhibition at the top of one of J|t3 buildings. The trouble with this ex M''^V ' umx most of the 'women Mpainters have nothing to say; With the ex Mception of Misses Davis, Rodway, Winck ?ler, Rodd, MacWhannell, and one or two gotners, they show work that is uninspired, gymid, and characterless. As a rule, wo Wpen is imagination runs to flowers, peace Wuilandscapes, and animals. In this case ?nfS°« ' has been discovered in the eyes goi me horse, which are painted with ab. K?°'nal s ze ami- cariboo ?? ? BiiSr! Charlie Eavis shows none of the ?timidity noted in the exhibits of some others. ?fcf W°rk is handle-i ^ a more masculine ?manner, though with feminine subtlety. Kir m,g and eaPable, and has charae EL ? portrait of Miss Gross is a fine IB ?-'' frey and blue,; .excellently Mini a s ^raceful- easy, and charrri |j!;,inother Pictur...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATENT MEDICINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

PATENT MEDICINES. ' Secret Remedies ' ? may be recom mended to the notice of those who spend money on patent medicines. (British Medical Association, London; per Angus and Robertson). The book deals with most of the well-known 'remedies,', and shows from analysis 'what they cost and what they contain.' Generally they cost the. buyer a good deal and the maker very little. Observe these specimen prices (in each case the first amount is that charged to the buyer, and the second that of the cost of the ingredients) : — Stearns's Headache Cure, Is.; less than y2d. Zam-Buk, Is. l^d.; ]/4d. Cuticura Oint ment, 2s. 63.; %d. Doan's Backache Kidney.. Pills, 2s.'.9d.; Id. Warner's Safe Cure, 2s; 9d.; 5%cl. Obesity Cures.— Antipon, 2s. 6d.; 1 l-3d. Trilene Tablets, 2s: 6d.; one-fortieth 'of a penny. Russell's Anti-Corpulent Prepara tion, 6s.; a little more than 2d. Cure-alls. — Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, 2s. 9d.; one-tenth of a penny. Beecham's Pills, ls. l%d.; about half a farthing; (in gredien...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

ABOUT WOMEN. A bank, it appears, is' to be establisned in Germany for women workers. Its pur pose is to loan money to women starting in business professions, and smaller en terprises, and to provide an assurance scheme for payments to women on mar riage, sickness, childbirth, etc., etc. It is being got up, managed, and financed by a syndicate of women. ? # '# Constance Barnicoat, in another para graph, hits the mark when she says: ' Climbing knickers for a woman should not be cut full . . . and the coat to be worn with them should be rather longer than a man's coat, and fit, quite loosely, so as to conceal and not accentuate the lines of the figure. Concealment of feminine outlines — that is really the secret of a woman's being able to wear men's clothes.' w if ?«» We are told of Canada that women there 'possess and manage flour mills, ice houses, and livery stables . . . they ?work in factories, some find employment as house decorators, pawnbrokers, wood dealers, and even undertake...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE BAIRNS [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS -Says Andrew Lang in 'The Illustrated London News': — '? 'Won have all played, in childhood, at counting-out games, with their curious rhymes. This rhyme from Northumber land is new to me: — Tid, mid, tnirera, Carm, palm, Paste-egg day. Sister Sarah died for sin, Howk a hole and put her in; - Howk it deep, howk it narrow, Howk it like a wheelbarrow. 'There is,' continues Mr. Lang, 'a memory of Palm Sunday and Paste or Paques, or Pasch eggs at Easter.'

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN, THE PRESS, AND OTHER THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

WOMAN, THE PRESS, AND OTHER THINGS. Recently women have been shocked and disgusted at the manner of reporting in the Melbourne dailies a case of sudden death in which the victim was a young woman. Details relating to garments never mentioned (using the word 'men- tioned ' with due reservations) were given in the most shameless manner. And what added to the disgust was that it was done by young men. Older men would have thought of their own wives and daughters and done otherwise. www Now, that kind of thing may be well enough for the gutter press, which de pends for its sale on a constant appeal to a continual stirring up of what is best left' to nature to stir. Women do not read these papers except when they have descended to the level of those who do, and knowing what they are likely to meet in their columns have the choice of turning away without losing anything necessary for them to know, either as women or as citizens. With the dailies the case is altogether different. One must ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

STRAWS. ' A straw best shows how the wind blows ' — and here it is again. In Victoria I read in an Adelaide paper (the ' Daily' Herald,' to wit, which says that in Sydney more things than one are to be considered, for the future, in awarding bursaries. Once, highest marks and age limit told all; now consideration is to be given to the size of a family, and John, only son, with a pass is to be left behind by John, equal pass, but one of a larger number of babes. It is only fair. Bur saries and scholarships come out of taxes, usually, and large families pay more to the tax gatherer than small. That is one aspect of the question. The other is that the parent of one or two children has less need of outside help to educate his child ren that the father (in receipt of like in come) of seven or ten. # * # I notice that the newest thing in dining table- covers .does not come within some inches of the table edge, thus leaving part of the polished wood and the -carved or turned legs plainly i...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN AND WORK ON FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

tffOMEN AND WORK ON FARMS. I' There is continual agitation going on in j Victoria for the extension of the Factories r Act to .the rural workers. ' The rural ii workers include all male workers eni !.-. ployed in farming and other like work. I- As far as I know women workers on farms are not included. On this point- informa- tion would be welcomed. www If women workers in rural ..occupation's are not included in the agitation it is time some attention was given to their, case. The male rural worker has to get up early in order to feed his horses; the woman rural worker has to be up early enough to give that man his breakfast. Who, then, is up earliest? - # ? * ? ? '? * . The male rural worker is off duty when his horses are fed and turned out for the night; the woman rural worker has still either his supper to get or other dairy or kitchen work to do before she is off duty. Who. then, works latest? And if the man's hours are long, what about the woman's? Then, too, there is this poi...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

CALENDAR SUN. MOON. JULY— Rises. Sots. Rises. Sets. H.M. H.M. p.m. a.m. 28 Thursday . . 7 26 -5 27 11 56 10 51 29 Friday . . 7 26 5 28 a.m. 11 20 30 Saturday .. 7 25 5 28 17 11-51 p.m. 31 Sunday . . 7 25 5 29 2 19 12 27 AUGUST— 1 Monday .. 7 23 5 30 3 32, 1 10 2 Tuesday .. 7 22 B 31 4 42 2 4 3 Wednesday 7 21 5 32 5 48 3-2 PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 7th at 7.20 a.m.; First Quar ter, 14th at 6.24 p.m.; Full Moon, 22nd at 6.37 p.m.; Last Quarter. 29th at 7.34 D.m.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Women's Page VERSES BY WOMEN. UNSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

f Our UJomcn's Page /Cv T] CONDUCTED BY VGET I J y I) MARY GILMORE. 1|, ^- 1 VERSES BY WOMEN. UNSPOKEN. ^ While the river flows to the ocean, j it has many a word to say; I It lingers by deep and shallow, ;; it loiters and laughs the way. '' Now sighing above the pebbles, Now singing by blossoms gay; Thro' shining and showers, and the blow ing of flowers, The river will have its way. f I But near to the deep sea drawing, , \ With its great pulse beating slow,' / I The voice of the river falters, = The tones of the tide sink low. \ The prattle of laughter changes' : To murmurs of breathless -rest, ? And with white arms wide to the won I .' drous tide I It sinks in the ocean's breast! I And love has the life of the river, I Many -voiced when the stream is young, ' while over the shallowest spaces ? The loudest of songs are sung. : And love's silent, too, as the river, Finding never a wordjtb say, When the infinite deep lays for ever ; asleep The babble of yesterday! So it Is that I si...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

OUR ADVERTISERS. Whan dealing with our advertisers, Always mention The Worker. It will be to our mutual benefits NOCK AND KIRBY'S SALE. An advertisement appears in this issue showing a few of the lines which Messrs. Nock and Kirby, Ltd., of George-street. Sydney, are offering during their annual sale, which starts on Saturday, July 30. They carry large stocks of general iron mongery, lampware, kitchenware, farm tools, hollowware, tools of trade, shearers' requisites, etc., and desire to reduce same prior to . stocktaking. Readers should write for their illustrated sale book, in order to become acquainted with the many bargains offering. At the half-yearly distribution of prizes to students of Stott and Hoare's Business College, the principal's report set out that for the half-year ending June 30 the num ber of students either attending personally or receiving tuition by post was 96S as compared with 889 in May last year. Re ference was made to the achievement of Mr. Roy Griffiths, w...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

» GORDON'S PIANOS 40 Flinders Street. No Agents or Canvassers. No Middleman's Profits to pay. Therefore, Cheapest and Best. Every Instrument guaranteed. I^Jear Oxford Street. II ? ~ ? ' ? ' ? — — — — ? ! ? ?? ? 1 ? -j ? &f I ^ 1 is the boot for the man who wants Footwear | that will give a lot of service and not look ? — ^ I much the worse for rough usage. -c-^* ? ~)C~ I Our. ' AL.L LEATHER ' Boots are ^if^1 rrrTrsrf\ H 'built with solid leather throughout. .fofc '?': \ 1 The uppers are strong Yearling Calf, ( r ? ; ',?, \ II I lined with leather and attached to |.®£ '-'? \ I | extra strong clumped leather soles. '??,«??? '' \ I! | The insoles and counters are solid faf ':'; '! \ II I leather. &S«?'' -''' \ I I . MAIL. ORDER BUYERS. yW0/ -::^ S$ 1 § Do you know that every pair &$*- '-' W-*'** ^^Vv8 I B of boots despatclied from our ? SS \- ?W-'*' ? ^Zt&F&r I | Stores is ON APPROVAL,? The x---\ \ ?:y'----^£i-^^X^^iW II g fact that you have paid...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. C.R.O. — Reports welcomed. Concrete. — rYes.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

' The Waybacks Again.** More about the celebrated family. More joy, more laughter, 1s. A FINE ATHLETE RESTORES to HEALTH A well-known Scientist declares Clements Tonic a Splendid Strength maker and Blood Purifier. IT IS BEYOND QUESTION UNEQUALLED FOR THE NISliVES AND BLOOD. Some of the moat astonishing cures have been recorsled to the use ? of this great ru-jdicine, and the one here mcsiuqned is oiiu of the greatest and most astonishing It. must, set the reader thinking, uud prove its vaJue. Ljyi:iyviie knows this man as one of whom a Ica-su of life might be taken, envious of his healihy appearance line 'lpright sta ture, iigiic walk, cosnmerciai ?'.cenness, and Buccess. But he viewed his health as a Ijcrmuncnt^thing, took no pairte te main ta n it. failed to nolict- Nature'* warn i j i K 3 when given, until he lost nis grip of liffi, and the splendid health for which he ?was envied. Jack Bla-ckraore is one of the best speci mens of athletic vigorous manhood in Australia- His muscul...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WADE GOVERNMENT MUST GO. B. R. WISE FURNISHES. A NUMBER OF REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

THE WADE GOVERNMENT MUST GO. ? * ? g, R. WISE FURNISHES A NUMBER OF REASONS. I Under the heading of 'The Liberal Lvernmenf the ' S.M. Herald' recently RS the following scathing indictment p Wade and his Government by Mr. B. B». wise. — ? nhe Self-rigliteous insistence of Mr. ?tide upon the perfections of his own government is becoming overdone. The Schoolboy whistled his way through the Bhurchyard at midnight, just to show that E was not afraid. 'Does anyone,' he K reported to have said last week, ??attack the Government?' ,1 accept the ? Firs'06! charge the Government with Being a stirrer-up of strife— strife be lleen the State and the Commonwealth, Between employers and- employed, and Sectarian, strife. Next, I- say, voicing the Sentiments of many others,' that Mr. facade has broken his promises to the ??lectors, and that his administration has Keen inefficient and partial. It is easy Ro prove these definite charges. ft-HE CHAMPION OF STATE SPITES. B Jlr. Wade and, I believe, ever...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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