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NEWCASTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

NEWCASTLE NOTES. Work at the mines continues fairly brisk. The home consumption is increas ing every year, and it will not be long before the foreign market will only be a secondary consideration. The home com ing of the imprisoned leaders is being anxiously looked forward to, and a right royal reception -will they receive from the'ir comrades.. The annual meeting of the Newcastle Labor League was held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Friday. Vice-president, Mr. J. Dart, presided. Election of officers: Dr. Martin Doyle, president; Messrs.' O. Roger, C. Warner, and W. A. 'Wills, vice presidents; Mr. M. Lacey, treasurer; Mr. H. Brown, secretary. Reports re cam paign received 'from all quarters were favorable. Miss Hilda Light is donig splendid work amongst the women. The Newcastle Eight-Hour Demonstra tion Committee have increased their first prize to £125 this year. Their sports programme is a credit, and speaks volumes for their officers. Unfortunately Sports Secretary A. J. Lusk has been...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

PALE, WEAK WOMEN. ? * ? Will Benefit by the Experience of this Woman who *' Regained Health* Mrp. Blanche Kingsley, Ferguson St., Glen Innes, found her health in a state of collapse, as the result of an anaemic bloodless condition. She remained bad until she tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills which renewed her blood supply. Mrs. ? Kingsley gives the following account of her cure: — 'I became anaemic as a girl and I could not pick up strength,' she said. 'My blood turned to water; not a scrap of color showed in rny lips or cheeks; dark ,. rings came under my eyes, and when I r pulled down the lids I could see no ' rosiriess. By ten o'clock each morning I 'would feel so utterly done up and lan - guid I would have to lie down if I had a o chance. I. dreaded .doing anything, as I had. not the heart. I never ate a good meal, yet I fancied the strangest things such as a scrap of burnt meat, or lemon or pickles or anything very sweet. My feet and hands were always stone cold. . I could not wal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

d , ??iiiMiw ii ? i ? j I 'An Australian's Home May at any time be Invaded by SicKness. : TTN the best regulated families the little illsf of life will creep in. . I Some member of the family circle may occasionally suffer from Biliousness or Indigestion, and one or the other will from time to time exhibit the well-known symptoms of Constipation. '? From these little troubles more serious complaints arise, and f, ; should, therefore, not be neglected. The slight headache, bad ' breath, and discoloured tongue, are the index to a disordered ; ' stomach, and the necessity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable remedy in the house is apparent. By following such' a course the more expensive method of calling in a doctor will be quite unnecessary That Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are the very best family medicine is vouched for by thousands of grateful men I and women who haA'e proved their wonderful corrective merits. Taken occasionally, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilia are a great } protec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

' ?HPn^'^WJpo^ed. H ea I ed I i j/KKLjt *' jF^VJjjPnalle^l* d. J 1 1 wl '\ S^Hl^il Chapped hand^s are'nbr only^annoying ^to the V^mI HH ^ i »Sw SsPSjSgl^ housewife. biSJt they are a positive source/of dan- ^^§ll| llij ^|l|siP||&S^p^ gcr. Inasmuch as disease germs, thefcause of^ |||| -|||| ^*£ags&^!S& blood -poisoning and 3kln-dise-asc. enter rhc system/ ||i| lp|| ? ^L' through the riw cracks and sores in the ikin caused/ |i|| ^§11 ? V by tne col(* rn-* inclemerit /^eather.V / jM| SS§I| First the Rangers become inflamed and swollen, and immersjfon In water ©M ^^S produces a fierce smarting pain wfhich mam manual labpui of any^sort ^^ giii fen absolute torture^' Then the swollen fic3h cracfes, arid the agony is ®^ ^^ fntensifi-ed by the danger of bloodVnolsrfning or fe^termg. fl J^^' ^^^* Probably your hands may). aJready-Njyear that rough 'Afeel ' ^m te|g|J3 which iirs; indicates ihc approach cf the 'chipped coiiuiiion. K»J- ^^^ If so.dresstngs with Zam-Buk vj...

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HELLO! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

Jjy JL/ SLj fJ? I The Chamber of Commerce has approved of the Thomas Telephone Toll System. DAILY PRESS: 'How could you make me look so ridiculous after the pains I took to point out to you business people that the toll system meant nothing but highway robbery to you ?' . COMMERCIAL MAN : 'Tut, woman! I'm getting tired of being guided by your reckless guesswork, and took the trouble to look into, this matter for myself!' N

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

I MAINLY MUTICAL P'.-hWalfowlng in the mud of gutter I! ^jtics/'-Elogant expression of Premier JR ^-de regarding his political opponents.' . h * * * ' j Wade now says Fisher blocked the P premiers'' Conference re the financial 1 agreement. We shall 'next hear that Mr.; ! McGowen passed the' Coercion Act. I 'The man who would endeavor to in } flame the public mind against myself is I unworthy to' associate 'with any decent, i self-respecting person.'— Premier Wade ? on; purely political- statements of oppo ; nents. ' . ? * * :- .* ..?.'?? ' ' Had ex-Labor men been concerned in the failure to return the- railway - passes which the slaughtered of the recent Fede ral elections have shown great tardiness ? in handing in, some nasty remarks would certainly have been- made. - One -member of the last Senate who. went out on the : glorious thirteenth has, so far, failed to ? return the emblem of free travelling; and : two other ex-politicians only recently * gave back their passes. ' I ?.-; ...

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NORTHERN COLLIERIES BOARD POSITION OF MR. PATERSON. Miners' Application for his Removal. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

NOBTHERH COLLIERIES BOARD POSITION OF MR. PATERSON, Miners' Application for his Removal. In the Industrial Court of New South Wales, on Monday, Mr. Watt, on behalf of the Colliery. Employees' Federation, applied for a dissolution of the Newcastle Collieries Wages Board, and the constitu tion of a new board which should not include Mr. J. Paterson as the miners' representative. The grounds for the application were that the interests of the employees were not adequately represented by Mr. Pater son; that they should be represented by a member in whom they could feel con fidence; that Mr. Paterson was not com petent; that the employees had lost con fidence in tlie board because of Mr. Pater son's presence on it; that because of his presence on it the board's decisions were likey to be one-sided, and that other reasons existed which were shown in affidavits placed before the court, the chief of which had been made by Robert Cameron, acting-president of the Colliery EmDlovcrs' Federation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

Lots of folk-s wlio're very simple Would call a doctor to cure a pimple, And faddy folk na.y ' Daren't eat tripe For fear I'd have a touch of gripe.' A tiny cold will fcause them terror, And in curing this they make no error, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure they get, There's sense in faddy people yet.

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THE ALCOHOLIC CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

THE ALGOHOilG CENSUS. The Temperance Party asks for the In clusion of questions on the census paper relating to the consumption of tangle foot and addle-head — or merely cold water and titivating tea. ^ Must I name it: must I mention What's the liquor I imbibe? Am I called to prompt attention This confession to subscribe? Will the silent, secret diinker State with me his tipple's name? Will each daring pen-and-inker Put down truthfully the same? Some there are whom soft drinks soften Precious matter, known as brain; Other ardent chaps, too often, Swill the stuff distilled from grain Some to tea, heedless of warning, Hasten their descent to dust; Some cold water, hotly scorning, ' On the beer,' will ' on the bust.' In the wine we're told that truth is; Also, that truth's in the well: In the cup we're warned there ruth is; While cold water's not in hell. In the circumstances doubtful, What to drink is not made clear. It may be, when we're ' about full,' Water tastes as kind as beer. W...

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RURAL AND GENERAL WORKERS' FEDERATION. Objects. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

RURAL AND OENERAL WORKERS' FEDERATION. Objects. To combine the rural and general workers In one association for the purpose of securing to them a just reward for their industry. Contribution. The minimum rate of membership, 10s. per year. Such subscription to include a copy of ' The Worker,' the official organ of Fede ration. Any member of A.W.U. already re ceiving ' The Worker ' to get a concession of 4s. on his ticket. All rural workers are urged to Join the Union and assist to better their conditions. Tickets obtainable from organizers or agents. All communications to be addressed to the General Secretary, Trades Hall. Melbourne. List of Agents, Victoria. Bacchus Marsh — D. McCormack. Ballarat East — P. F. McMahon, Yarrawee street. Berriwillock — A. Brown. Birchip — C. Williams. Bonnie Doon— R. S. Kelly. Buslinpld — M. Quinn. Carron — F. Franklin. Casterton— W. E. Kelly. Castlemaine — M. Connell. 'Charlton — W. Curnell. Coleraine — R. Coustley. Condah — J. H. Black. Creswick — R....

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WORKING OF RAILWAYS. DOUBLE-HEADED TRAINS CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

_ ? +. — = — - - WORKING OF RAILWAYS. DOUBLE-HEADED TRAINS CON DEMNED.' A; discussion on the working of the Victorian railways took place, at the conference of the council of the Federated Locomotive Enginemen's Association of Australasia in Melbourne last week. The circumstances connected -with the Beau fort disaster were considered, and the laree number of accidents which have occurred in Victoria in recent years was scathingly commented on. . The following resolution was agreed to:— 'This council is astonished, to learn of the system- of- 'working double-headed trains, which is in operation in Victoria. Our practical knowledge shows that under any cir cumstances double-headed trains are ob jectionable, and increase the risk of acci dent. We find, however, that in Vic toria some double-headed trains ai'e run by velocity instead of by steam power — as, for instance, running down the Oliver bank, near Broadmeadows, to negotiate the Essendon bank. We hereby state that no engine or : ...

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ATTEMPT TO NOBBLE WAGES BOARD. EMPLOYERS' SECRET DEVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

ATTEMPT TO NOBBLE WAGES BOARD. EMPLOYERS' SECRET DEVICE. A little device on the part of certain furniture trade manufacturers connected with the Chamber of Manufactures to cap ture representation on the trade wages board has been iipset by the Minister of Labor (Mr. Murray). When these em ployers mst some time ago they discarded those who had served on the last board, and selected Messrs. H. Benniss, D. Brown, C Cox, «Yv*. J. Dalziel, and Munro. When the names of the board were gazetted it was found that the Minister of Labor had dropped Messrs. Dalziel and Munrcr, and that Messrs. J. Hitzler and D. Fallshaw, two cf the old members of the board, had been put in their places. The employers associated with the Chamber of Manu factures had left out the members of the last board because they -considered the whole of them were not sufficiently con servative. Their chagrin when they found that Messrs,. Hitzler and Fallshaw had been appointed -took a violent turn. Att the first meeting of ...

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SWEATING IN HOSPITALS. MELBOURNE ATTENDANTS FORM A UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

SWEATING IN HOSPITALS. MELBOURNE ATTENDANTS FORM A UNION. At a meeting of hospital attendants held at the Melbourne Trades Hall last Friday evening, it was decided to form a union. Mr. A. Long (president of the Trades Hall Council) occupied the chair, and he, with Messrs. J. Munn (secretary), and R. Solly, M.L.A., and Mrs. Feistead, gave ad dresses. Statements made by those in the meeting1 showed that sweating and long hours were rampant. A man said that in one place £75 a year was. paid, with board and lodging. The working hours were from 6 a.m. till 8 p.m. They were expected to return at 10 rj.rri. and to be available whenever called on afterwards. It was stated that at the Melbourne Hos pital, 10% hours were worked daily by attendants, with no Sunday off. On one night a week five hours off we're allowed. At the Alfred Hospital, 64 hours were worked weekly by casual attendants for £72 a year and found. Many of the at tendants were engaged 70 hours a week, and they were paid £4 a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

Let the learned o'er planets puzzle, Let the p'lice the bow-wows muzzle, And the thirst people guzzle In the ways that suit 'em best But every beggar, peer or laird, Should keep this Cure that can't be spared, With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure pre pared, For ailments of the chest. - ^K^S^SwU Walnut Hair Stain rutore* b__ f g«pe s£^%?A ti«y Hut to Brown, and C^ {^» a / ^^?(I B!acko '»'«« il l0 Black. U j* If 3 ^C '^^©J! T'wo creed preparations. . \JS$StL. {^^jSsgEti Improve the growth and add *J^*-i,-/'Vi I LczaSaSlslLj life to the Hair without is- fcgft_flJ85gi jury. Low in pr!ce— i-ut GOOD. 6d. p«t package, 7d. posted : two packages 1 1. ported. Satisfaction assured oC money returned. Address— HARTWEV, & CO. Cromwell Bldgs., 36S Bourlss St., Melbourne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

AT OUR GREAT HALF-YEARLY Ending FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. All 21/- Overcoats, Now 15/11. Well made, in two styles of Showerproofs and Blue and Grey ^ RT I'SV ' Meltons. Broad Shoulders, Plain or Gauntlet Cuffs, Loose Backs and B . S / B i Full Skirted Bottoms. Regularly 21/-. NOW ? W / && All 25/- Chesterfield, Paddock Overcoats, 19/11. Large assortment of well-made Overcoats. Two styles — ' Chesterfield ' and ' Paddock.' In serviceable Striped and Checked Tweeds. Herringbones. Shower proofs and Smart Grey Meltons, in latest colorings. Broad Con- frt /w» clave Shoulders, Stayed, Snugly-fitting neck. * All sizes. Regularly |«f / 8 I 25/-. NOW ? Ae-F/JH 37/6 Showerproof Overcoats, Now 31/9. (Cold and Wet Weather Coats combined.) This popular style is made of Best English Cravenetted All-Wool Cloth?, jiot a mackintosh, but fabrics treated chemically to. shed the rain and allow free vontila tion. Same appearance as an ordinary coat. In 60 varied patterns of shadow stripes and pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

Hand Made ^v American - ai iSmIS - Welted Boots. / Mf ^L These boots are made by expert boot /* 4. ^ IIV^a \S 'is makers, with the assistance of the Good- ' 1 \ \Ssr$lffii» Vl B) We are the only known firm that has I %, *t$M®&&c8KV? ra El introduced this system. It has given un- i 'V tsB&!S!s3l\ \U fff precedented satisfaction. We have more a. ''V rf/^P**\ Y&. J& customers than any other firm in Aus- «§V '\. ^lillsSV ^SSZO/ 10/6 to 25/- In 8 Shape. ' ^\v ^L ^^fe^X 10/6 to 25/- in 2 Shape. V '*itg2S$&f \ 17/6 to 25/- in 5% Shape. v**&&&i % '^aanSP* \ Post Free to Railway Station or Port, %&P* ^&E0 ^ \ 10/6 lines excepted. Order by number of W j§r ^l -ge'3& Bhape. Send for illustrated catalogue. 'r £j ^W Aw^ \ MINAHHN BROS., \ JL' ^W \ KING, PARK, HUNTER, and WlJ' ** ^^^ffi»^ J CROWN STS., SYDNEY. %g/ ^**5?^^' _ DOVER HOTEL, Cor. TICTORIA & LYGON STS., CARLTON, MELBOURNE (opp. Trade...

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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

MINES AND MINERS. . — . — * ? Thirty ovens for .the manufacture of coke are being built at Corrimal, N.S.W., and it is expected that they will be ready for use in about nine months' time. JL .U. ?*? W » it The works in connection with the Cloncurry-Mount Elliott'raihvay have been completed to the 71-mile mark, a.nd are in progress to the end of the line. # # # Miners on the South Coast are com plaining of the delay in the publication of the Wages Board award, some time having elapsed since the taking of evidence. * * # Melbourne investors have acquired the Manton mine, Bungonia, N.S.W., and will open out a level at 360ft. to prove whether the good stone broken out by former owners continues downwards. -..?### Cathcart Company, Ararat, V., last week declared the first shilling dividend (£2627) since last December, when it set out in a hurry to pay big monthly divi dends of 2s. representing a distribution of £ 5274 in each. case. ? ' ' * * ' * .?''?? The annual repprt of the Victorian...

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PERTH TRAMWAY STRIKE. MINIMUM MADE MAXIMUM. And Overtime Refused. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

PERTH TRAMWAY STRIKE. MINIMUM MADE MAXIMUM. And Overtime Refused. ' The threatened strike of tramway em ployees at Perth began on Thursday morning last, the London directorate of the company- having- decided to adhere to the minimum rate of wages fixed by the Arbitration Court as the standard rate of pay. The company further refused to pay overtime, which the men alleged to be due to them, and the legality of this refusal is to be tested in court. The men contend that working time begins as soon as a man reports himself for duty at the depot, and that after ten hours from that time overtime begins. The company maintains that it has the right to keep men waiting indefinitely, and pay them ordinary rates for ten hours after they are set to work, no overtime being payable until such time has been served. Obviously, as far as this particular question is concerned, unques tionable right lies on the side of the em ployees. One hundred and twenty grip men and conductors are directly affect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

I ?-& 500,00 0 Copies I ffi$Q3ii\ already Sold of the I 133^ Popular BOOKSTALL I SERIES of Australian Novels. M WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA I Price, Is. each; Post Free, Is. 3d. m SPELL OF THE BUSH, by John X. Cameron. Is. a book that haunts ami m charms simultaneously. THE LUCK OP THE NATIVE BGRN, by J. A. Barry. The adventures of the hero by sea and land are full of interest. 5 THE SELECTOR, by James Green. It abounds in incident— humorous m j thetic, and tragic. ? ' ' THE SIGN OF THE SERPENT, by J. H. M. Abbott. Something sensational A secret society instituted in England in the smuggling days of the Georges has j the scene of its operations transferred to Australia. I ON THE FRINGE OF THE NEVER-NEVER, by H. K. Bloxham. Here we! I have an exciting race for land, a scrimmage with blacks, and a 'bail-up' bval noted bushranger. 'I ADVENTURES OF MR. BARNES, by Alf Brasch. A capital series of Vaga-I bond Stories. . S I | ADVENTURES OF RUSSELL HOWARD, by A. E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

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