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COAL STRIKE AT AN END. WORK RESUMED AT HUNTLY. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
- COAL STRIKE AT AN- END. 1'ORA1K RlESUMEhi . AT HUNTLY. .UCKLAND, Tiuesday. 1'The H~untly ?orieri-sQ reopened to-days 35 members of the old union breaking away and acceptinng 'ark, thus brifging the to tdal nnmber in. the mine, to over 100.. Mounted police are stationed ii various a·rts of the town,. but there has been .,o. attemlpt at disorder beyond some.i hooting. 1The iliredctors of the mine addresscd. the -mee., and. referred to. the amicable agiee-. ment under which the mine- had been pr vloisly -conducted;. They deplored the 1hasty methods of recent years. They were always wiling to hear the men's demand, but they wonkd manage the mine t~cheir "own. way, and. not have d?alings with bthe Federation of Labor.: A deputation of strikers asked the directors : for employment on the sanle. conditions that applied-to- the new. union. The'ieply.is .no yet available.
THREATENED STRIKE OF WHEAT LUMPERS. ELMORE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THIfREATEŽNEhD STRIKE O]F WHrEAT " LUMPERS. .LMIORE;, VEedncsday. .A number of wheat lumpers" employed at the rai?way station. on Siturdiy l]as. ".p plied?.for. an extr- shillin, per day,. in timiating thlat if their request were not Saccedet ;to. I.hey:.would-desist from furlther workt: Su~cequentY -the gencral 'body of. nimpers met, and proaerrd a EiLnilhr de -mand, with a similnar thrcat.- Tihe agents,. after conferring decidecd to gran. the in ecase dna'nddd, mkling the wages-St per daV, and work, has preoceded. c uninterrupt "edly.: . ihe. men wfio to3k t.he: initial stoe-s t. serureC-the rt.e in wgEcs hId- made arrange mehts'to taike up. s~abit trapping;.and even the .:intimation -y the employers that 't:e:r request was'· acceded- to did nd?t persuade them: Lo0 abandon thir, trnppi , i sceheme. Ainy. stoppage of :wor~ kat the. present fanc~ure wo'ld be calazmitous as the' sea son ii at its heighct; and heavy. eonsign ment? ? - grain. are going forward,: Over -1.U0000- bags wer...
TROUBLE WITH RURAL WORKERS. AN UNEXPECTED DIFFICULTY. WAGGA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
:',TROUBLE. WITH RURAL " -. i . WORKER:S AN.: -:.: UN. XPECTE. DFFICULTY. WAGG~A,. Wednesday. S.The;ti;oa?ble between the Rnra? Werker~-' Ti:Tois- and t~he I?rmans and Sebtlers" -Aso c?:imtion is en;tering on a seriauls phase. Originally the trouble. ?was..apparently. con fined to the rural workers and farmers. T1e farmers believed that because they .were- able- to secure suffiient 'labor to take of:'t.he erops the tromible was ended. The oiagnisers of -ih'e ural Workers' Union, ieawever, have been quietly. preparing for organised assistance from. the other To-day it was rumored arrangemenrts had -.been .completed by which alL unions would rifue:' t: handle wheat andiC Produce har v?sted by :or .carricd .to t he railways by :rion-union labor. The farmers arc driving T heir own otams to the railway, where, at a..numbeir o yard~ , t~he .frmers are. com hinina to stack the wheat· or load it on to tfucks. Ih-'eTmrural workers reenweentatisves have row netihed. buging rents t~rrat wheat ...
JUMBUNNA MINERS ON STRIKE. MANAGER'S PRIVILEGES. DISPUTED BY THE MEN. KORUMBURRA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
JUMBUNNA MINERS ON STRIKE. lMAKNAGER'S PRIVII-.' -ES. : DISPUTED BY THE ME -N;X,:.,:::: KORlUMBURRA, Thursdiay. : As the result of a dispute the Jumbunna coal miners .are on strike. In the c'ivii for places two miners, Monagles and Allen, were drawn' with two others in the one bord. The manager (Mr. Jackson) stated yesterday that. lihe intended to put Allen in another place by himself, in order to test hiin, but thle men objected to this, int view of-- an agreem.ent, ente'ed ino .at the previous cavil, that .men required for. special places were to be appointed befoie the cavils were diawn. A conference w'as held with the manager last nlight, but io agreement was arrived -at, amid the ::me: . . were calid . out. .The men contend that the- manager's-ac tion is tantamount to a breach: of t:'e agreement. Reeently Monagle and Al::ien.- earned less than the stipulated wage, ind .. their -earnlings.were not supplemented :by the . management.: The . Victorian.' Coal Miners': Assoriation de...
LABOR FEDERATION'S FUNDS. DEPLETED BY NEW ZEALAND STRIKE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
LABOR FEDERATION'S FUNDES. DEPLETED BY" NEW ZEAIAND 1 STRIIE. SYDNEY, Tuesday:. According to the secretary. of the Ne.v, Zealand Federation of L;abor (,Mr. ~ickey)' , that organisation is badly in need of funds as a result of the recent strike. The sei retary of the Australian Federation ofl Labor, ·.Ir. Rosser, has received the foL lowin'g cablegram from MIr.. Hickey: "Fully 1000 men victimised here. The same numbner of miners out.. Our treasury de pleted. Any financial assistance appre- - ciated, as it is urgently needed. Inform afiliations.' Mr -Rosser said he had circularised tlhe bodies afliliated with hils federation. in..rc gard to the.matter. Victimisatidn was. a' tactic usually employed after a strike, and he supposed the federation in the Do minion would ~vear it down, as it was .im possible to get good workers outside .the federation unions. He statecd also that he hald' received another" cablegram, this timer from 'lolihin'eslburg,- warn:ng Australian workers that on no ...
STRIKE IN NEWSPAPER OFFICE FRESH DEVELOPMENTS. LAUNCESTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
ST.RIIE IfN REWSPAPER OFFIIE FI' ESH DEVELOPMENTS. LAUNCESTON, ThIuIsday. Th:e strike of printers, which commenced in the offices of the Hobart "Mercury" and '~Uialy Mail," and extended to the. Laun- cestonl "Examiner," further developed this morning. The linotyplrs in 'the "Daily Teelgraph" office, on discovering that the proprlcetors intended to lend their type to' the '"Examiner" for its publication to-day, eeaaed vwork Two'delegates from the Melbourne Typo graphical Society arrived to-day and had ,a conference withi the northern .master p?rinters; but without any resu?t. The local papem are being published, but in a. reduced size.
THE OPEN COMMUNION. APPROVED OF BY ANGLICAN CLERGYMAN. SYDNEY, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THE OPEN COMMUNION. APPROVED OF BY ANGLICAC N CLERGY-MAn. SYDNEY, let January. The controversy regarding the federa tion of the missions of the various rei gious ,bodies in East- Africa, which tcas been the subject of recent--cablegrams, is excit ing keen interest in Anglican circles in Sydney. "There is no doubt this controversy shows once more," said Archdeacon Boyce,? the well-known Aqglican clergyman, to-day, "that the liberality and broad mindedness of the Anglican C(ihureh people is mainly on the side. of the Protestantesection. As the .particilars of the Kikuya conference are not -before me I can only speak with reservation, but I observe that a point in the discussion is the administration (f the holy communion by a bishop of our church to sixty members of a conference consist ing "of. various denominatiops. I can only express the heartiest approval of what was done on that occasion. It dhows ·the true Christian brotherhood that ought after all to exist, -especially among me...
PRIMATE SEEKS TO EXPEDITE THE HEARING. LONDON, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
.PIRILTATE SEEiKS TO EXPEDITE THE ~IHERING. ILONDON , 3rd January. The controversy continues regarding the recommendation of the conference of mis sion naries, at Kikuya that 'the non-Roman (.tholic churches of East Africa should Ifederate, and the hostility of the Bishop of zanzibar (Right Rev. Frank Weston), who is seeking to wreck the proposed federation by accusing the the bishops of Uganda and Mombasa of heresy. "The primate, in a letter, explains that he has attempted to expedite the Bishop of Eanzibar's return to England. No specific information has been received, concerning the bishop's' exact request. He hopes the controversy meanwhile will be 'suspended. •3is duty, equally with hie wish, he states, is to secure for the bishop ample oppor. £unity to' eibmnit his case to the proper bcclcsiastical authority. l he council 'of 'the Chluirch Association is fniting to the idhop? ~o f Momlrea and Uganda expressinrg its sympathy and eup port., KIGHT OF LAYMEN TO RECEIVE COOCMrlJUON...
PRUSSIAN STATE CHURCH. REMARKABLE REVOLT. BERLIN, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
S. PRUSSIAN STATE OHURCH. REMARKABLE- REVOLT. S BERLIN, 31st ,December. :- The Socialist party has of late been-de voting increased attention to the campaign against the Prussian State Church-a cam paign of which it is t~he principal, although not the avowed, auithor. The agitation against the State Church is carried .on upop the ground that the church has lost entire touch with the people, that its ministra tions are not desired, that its sympathies are all with the governing classes and mil?itirism, and that funds in support of it are collected by the secular arm from friend and foe alike with extreme severity. During December no fewer than 25,000 persons have seceded from the national Protes~tant Churchl. Tile secessions are partly due to church taxtion, which is from. 20 to 60 per cent. of the Prussian income tax, and partly to the Socialists' dislike of the church's doctrines. Each secession requires a court applica tion, and a statement of belief in agnos ticism. Fifty extra c...
Courallie, Princess-street, Kew. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
Courallie, Princess-street, Kew. D ,ar inldciella,-' ?Fr imy Christinas holidays I went to Morning ton and hlad a very phlasant time. The, school whicli I go to is "Bjldhir," aint I am in' the fourth class. I have a little grey cat,-: which is a Persian one, and lhas very long hair.; I liave a dlog a, well, ind. he is a Fox Terrier, which . was given to ine by :Gortrud' Ilwang;: the : Chinese Consul's dauilghter, who is nmy play mate. We have just had the elcctric tram put do wn: Cotham-roaul, Kew. They eay that they will-be putting Electric trams down cur street next, and. then right into town, in one year'h tinie. :Our .. fowers hiave net been out yet, only the roses and the g fiums, and the wattles are just begin-. ning to blcom. JIoping you will accept. me as one of your ,little. friends. W:,ith lcre tol the. : little 6ones in the cot, and loie to yourself,, from.:' S ALICEIIA . Age 10 years3 nmonths. 1[ am. glad to liave you as a friend, Alice. -* Cindeerlla. .I . . ....
Redlands, Plenty, Tasy. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
Reodlands, Plenty,- .Tasy. Dear Cinderella,- . This is the second time I have writen- to you. I-think I will'write about one of the Four Seasors of the Y?tr. , I will writi aboiut the" present season, Spring, hechuSe. I like spring'.: . best.. Many ltowers an' in bloomn. The gums2 and ' wattle .blossoms are 'fading now.. .They are hop" tying- at .Hedlan'ls, Somietimes I- help ny mo-. ther to.. ie smi:e. 'laCe corn will be soon ready to cut. I suppose they wills start cutting it nierc.-" mnonth. The beginning of spring is the best,;-be cau'e igt ges rither warm tcward the sumlmer. The rasu)berries anld eurlrants aire in blossonl; The.: 'iir:ld. il nei':ting, lnd many- have young oiles, a - ," the magpie., starnlngs, ,rbin,, sperrows. asal-" lowls, &c..- This is :al I hiive to tell you tiilns time.- .. Not -flrgoftiagn yourself and the ilitie:: :;: ones in the cot. I remain, your aftectlonate frisnd, -. I [AIIAD TRIFFITT. Apge 12 years G months..
CINDERELLA'S MENAGERIE. 65 Lennox-street, Moonee Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
IINDERELLA'S MENAGEiIE. G Lennox-s-treet, "... - * Moonee Ponds. Pear .Cinderellan,- ; 1 haive never.'writton to you before, so. this : is the first time. I lini it dr?ilghlt lholse. I lhave a big dray to pull along (5D) ieve and a-."` half lmincs a? week; but wlhenl I-- am let out -on Saturday afternoon I am taken down to thea - paddock where there are (iGythree little ponies. One iay I. was, thc- cause ot' " dreadful accident. 'ITle drivtr was takiing me down to tl:he padddek,- . an. as soca a he opcnedtl the gailte, I threw up my t heels, and accidently kicked hhni on th Sf:ce...;.LI'e. fell, .uncon?.cious, to the groundt ant he never had lime to :huLt the gate whioh swung - o'.i. ?lhe (3) three v:aluable ponies escaped, v-lheu they saw the gate Was open. lMy driver who was' lying in i-he gate way .was badly iangled. Being fond of. my - driver, I deter mined to heilp him, i o I stetal.eld ('arefully overt hidm, idal pickett my wyv home'ards and, Lrietl to tell thi?. people that h...
GOOD AND BAD CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
GOOD AND BAD CATS. - By Frederick White. The uefuil cat will hlp l) !er mother, With little sister and, willi brother, . . isy iryingi in a gentle way T'o Ikep tihici quiet whenl thlcy play - T'e selfi-ll cat is dires.peciful, ' Alld i lher dutics quite ricglctful.. Somnonimes so loudly does she lhawl, .' lHer mother gets no rest at all,.
CHURCH NEWS. OPEN COMMUNION. BISHOP OF UGANDA'S ACT. LONDON, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
18801 MEWS' OPEN COMMUNION. BISHOP OF UGANDA'S ACT. S - LONDON, 30th December. Dr. Gore, Bishop of Oxford, has given expression to his views on the reported action of the Bishop of Ugunda (Dr. John Willis) in administering the sacrament to Nonconformists at Kikuya, where, in June last, a conference bf missionaries recom mended' a federation of the non-Roman Catholic Churches in East Africa. The Bishop of Zanzibar (Right Rev. Frank VWeston), who belongs to the Universities' AMission; is seeking to wreck the proposed federation by accusing the Bishops "of Uganda and Mombasa (Dr. William Peel), who are members of the Church Mission ary.Society, of heresy. Dr. Gore says he believes that to the great mass of high churchmen the open communion at Kikuya is so subversive of order and doctrine as to be strictly in tolerable. The Westminster "Gazette" observes "If the Kikuya question comes- up for the Archbishop of Canterbury's adjudication, we can imagine no greater blow to Chris tianity tha...
VIEWS OF REV. R. J. CAMPBELL. LONDON, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
VIEWVS OF REV. R. J. COAMPBELL. LONDON, Qnd January. * Rev. R. J. Campbell. o the London Oity Temple, in an i,,o viewv yesterday, expressed his views on the reported action of the_ Bishop of Uganda (Dr. John WiVllis) in administering the sacrament to Nonconformists at Kikuya, where, in June last, a conference of missionaries recom mended a federation of the non-Roman Catholic churches in East Africa. The Bidhop of Zaizibar (Right Rev. Frank iVdston), who belongs to the Universities Mission, is seeking to 'wreclk the proposed federation by accusing of heresy the Bishops of Uganda and Mombasa (Dr. Wil liam Peel), who are members of the Church Missionary Society. Rev. Mr. Campbell said it would be re grettable if the KIikuya. incident resulted in disruption. Possibly the mission enthusiasts at KiJkuya had gone too. far, and had been too sudden in their dispdsal of great historic questions. The proposed agreement asked too much from either party, and there was room for compro mise.
BISHOP OF ZANZIBAR'S ATTITUDE. "DISTINCTIVELY ROMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
BISHOP OF ZANZABAR'S ATTiTUDE. "DiSTINOTIV'ELY ROMAN." The Dean of Durham states that in spirit and in substance the Bishop of .Zarzibar's attitude is distinctively Roman. "Though he would never seek .to drive Zanzib.ar from the Anglican Church, the Bishop of Zanzibar," he states, "must recognise the indispensable principle of live and let live. Tlie church's dut-y s to draw closer to the othei· Protestant churches." Dr. Cosmo Lang, Archbishop of York, declares that the discussion will test the dhurch's power to know its own mind and tare its own place in Clhristendom. Un less the issues are wisely handled, he states, it will set back the course of Chris tian unity by endangering Anglican unity. The "Guardian," an influential Anglican journal, asserts:-"A working arrangement between the Anglican and other Protestant churches of the Empire would be the greatest religious event since the Reforma tion, but there are things which the church. cannot relinquish in 'tle cause of reunion, e...
LABOR TROUBLES. POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. FEDERAL WAGES BOARDS ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
POLITICAL LABOR COUNC!L. EANNUAL CONFERENCE. FEDERAL WAGES BOARDS A'DOCCATED. The ~time foi the annual conference of the -Political Labor Council of Victoria is now coming -round, and branches and affiliated unions are proposing nmatters for consideration thereat. The conference is alwhvays held during the Easter holidays. Owing to tihe Federal elections thete was no conferncue Jast year, and it is expected that more tlhan usual interest will be taken in the proceedings this year. At the meetinig of' the North Melbourne branch of the council on Tuesday evening the secretary (Mr. D. G. Carter) moved that the following motion be placed on the agenda paper of the conference: That in the opinion.of this branclh, the various State industrial appeal courts should be entirely abolished, and t~hat Federal wages boards on the principle of the Victorian wages boards should be created. He said that of all the systems of dealing with industrial matters l!e favored most the Victorian wages board...
PROPOSALS BY SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
PROPOSALS BY STfIOP ASSIISTAaTS' UNION. At the meeting of the Shop Assistants' Union the same evening the following pro posals ?were carried for consideration at the conference: That conference coneidei tihe resolution car ried at tha recent Federal conference at llobart to the effect that ihe nnilitiry forces ehall not. be usedi in conncetion with ans .industrial diepute. IThe Federal Labor Government had. it was said, failed to put.the resolution into effect. In. future none other than Iesumbers of unions affhiiated wiit 'tlhe Trades :lall Council shall be eligible for selction as Labor candidates for Parliament. That no employer he eligible for selection as a Labor Parliamentary representative.
THE STRIKE IN NEW ZEALAND. FRESH TROUBLE FEARED. WELLINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THE STRIKE IN NEW ZEALAND. FRESH TROUBLF FEARED. WELLIJ fNGTON, Tuesday. The decision of the new Waterside \Vora era' Union, Lyttelton, to admit. any person of good character, in accoridaice with &id vice .from the Labor department .and the Crown law ofhiceis makcs it certain that ex-strikens will control that body.. Witbin the next tew days thie union wnll probably contain aboout G00 mcn. It is stated on good authority that a change 'of officcrs will be made this w eck. The present pre sident.and secretary were elected by arbi trationists during the strike. 1em-nbers of the old Waterside Unioni met to-day, and decided. that all should apply for membership of the neW union at once.