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

To Shearors and All Trade Workers. — At Muttama is made the strongest Eucalypti Extract in the world. It won the 1st Prizo in Sydney for 8 years. — Barclay and Sons.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. SURPLUS REVENUE BILL PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ? a SURPLUS REVENUE BILL PASSED. A erreat deal of the time -was taken up in the Australian Parliament last week by the consideration of financial matters — ^or rather, many technical arguments arising- out of them. The Surplus Revenue Bill — in which the Common wealth agrees to pay 25s. per head of population to the States for ten years from July 1st — occupied the major portion of attention. The bill got through its third reading, and was sent up to the Senate, which resumes on August 3. The Trust Fund Advances Bill, which autho rises the temporary transfer made by Prime Minister Fisher from the Trust Fund to the Consolidated Revenue Fund in order to meet the deficit on the last financial year, and to balance national accounts without borrowing, was taken to all but its final stage. The measure repealing the Fusion Naval Loan of £3,500,000 was moved by Prime Minister Fisher, and discussion on it was ad journed till this week. The debate on the general ...

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

I NOW PROCEEDING. I I This is the First Sale in our New and Palatial Building. ? I Very important Bargain Lines are being thrown out daily ? [ at Greatly Reduced Prices a TO MAKE ROOM FOR 1 I OUR SPRING GOODS. 1 I If you are not already In receipt of our Sale Catalogue, write at once and we will K forward one per return post. J? I ? __ ;.V.\ I - BARGAINS ARE THE ORDER OF THE 0A¥. | THE DON CASH TRADING CO. I RAILWAY STATION, GLENFERRIE, MELBOURNE. I

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPEECH THE DAILIES DARED NOT PRINT. VON HAGEN'S EXPOSURE OF WADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

A SPEECH THE DAILIES DARED NOT PRINT. VON HAGEN'S EXPOSURE OF WADE At Ohatswood on Tuesday, Mr. Von Hagen_ opened his campaign against Premier Wade for the Gordon seat. It was the night of the big storm, but that didn't deter a fair number of .electors from attending, and after Mr. Von Hagen got going the enthusiasm was unmistake ?able. The daily press found so much in the speech that was unanswerable that they unanimously departed from the regular custom and failed to give even a brief outline of the speech of the opponent of the Premier. ' We print some of Mr. Von Hagen's re marks upon the Premier's failure to keep the promises of the Reform party: — The Liberals have effected no' economic legislation calculated to prevent the re currence of the same condition of affairs as that which existed during tba years 1902-3. ' ; - ? . ' In 1907, the value of all New - South Wales pastoral' pro- - duce was .... ? ...... .'-. . . £ 22,2Sl,000 In 1903. that fearful year, its ? ' ?. - ' : val...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GETTING READY. WHAT THE EXECUTIVE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

GETTING READY. WHAT THE EXECUTIVE SAYS. '''' So far the executive of the P.L.L. has endorsed 81 of the Labor candidates, and in its quarterly report, referring to what has been done in preparation for the elec- ? tions, says: — ORGANIZING. During the period under review, thft work of forming new Branches has been ' enthusiastically taken up by thousands of active workers, not only in the electorates , represented by .Labor, but in every con- . stituency in the. State. In the electorates on the sea-board, which, with the excep tion of Northumberland, »'Rous, and Wol longong, have never been represented by Labor, a surprising change has taken ? place, and it fs confidently expected that nearly all of these will be captured by Labor at the approaching election. The number of new Branches formed since the beginning of the year is 124, making a total of 400. In addition to the remarkable organizing, work as shown by the formation of the above Branches, it is alsojto be noted with satisfa...

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

Uy of the landT Yarrabundie, Parkes, N.S.W., 10,644 acres of freehold and c.p. land, has been sold to Mr. J. J. Carlyle, M.L.A., of Yarra wonga, Victoria. * #? # Official estimates state that about 200 persons are following the rabbit industry in the Forbes district, N.S.W., and their total returns average about £1600 per month. 4& M. JL Mr. A. Rolfe,' of One-Tree Hill, Ginin derra, N.S.W., poisoned over 100 foxes on his holding in two months past, and from bonuses and the sale of skins he made over £20. # * # The blocks on the Burrawang, N.S.W., cancelled improvement leases have at last been allotted, after a delay of two years. J. B. Collins' application, allotted on Oc tober 21, 1908, was confirmed, and other , blocks were divided among Joseph Barnes, A. J. Collier, G. L. McMaster, H. R. Raw son, and W. J. Magill # * # Maharatta estate, on the line of Cooma Bombala railway, has an area of 20,130 acres, of which about 7333 acres are good agricultural lands and the balance ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

?: ? ? ? '„ tt pencler, tne selected Labor iSJtet for Singleton, is a farmer ' T-ieuna and did yeoman ser ^nrin- the Federal election amongst farmers Mr. Pender is an energetic 51 Si fighter, and Laborites therere JrdhTprospect of capturing-' the seat as kcellent. ..._.-? L.rin. the currency of N.S.W. Arbitra ^ Act the membership of the local Sde Unions was doubled. It has only £sed 10 per cent, since Wade's Act L passed, and this concurrent with a god of unexampled Labor activity. £ Wade 'would have us believe that his 5 has given a wonderful impetus to Bnion organizing. Or * * ? ??John Grant, the of late much worked ftnd worried general secretary of the KlL leaves next week for Corowa, the Beat he will strive to capture for Labor. IL a Griffith is already in the electorate m' behalf of Mr. Grant, and speaks at Vowa on Friday and at Henty on Satur lav Mr Grant will be at Corowa on Tuesday, and at Culcairn the following ?vening, mainly for the purpose of ar ?anging preliminaries. # ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

GOBAR. BEN MARQUARDT for Best Bicycles, Sun dries, and Repairs. Next A.W.U. Agent. FRANK GRILL, Grand Hotel. Best House in Town for Civility and Attention. . GO to A. B. CAMPBELL'S for CLOTHING and BOOTS, MARSHALL STREET. ' TTULLO! Where to?' 'HARRY NEW XX BERRY'S EMPIRE HOTEL for Civility and Attention.' Workers. Patronise. MA. DAVIDSON, A.W.U. A£ent, the . Premier I-Iairdressing Saloon, near the Great Western. Hotei. .Tobacconist, Stationer, and Fancy Goods. Don't forget the address. nnHOMAS CLARKE, RAILWAY HOTEL. X First-class Accommodation. Workers' Home. Only Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beers kept in stock. Good Stabling. SUFFERERS FROM ;? RHECMHTISM should try the great .... discovery, DR. SOUTHAM'S RHEUMATIC PILLS, a Cer tain Remedy for Sciatica, Rheumatic Gout, Rheumatic Pains in the head and face, Tic Doloureaux, etc., the most Chronic or Acute cases yielding wonderful in their effects. Sold in bottles at Is., 2s. 6d., and 5s. post free. Correspondence invited. Sole ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

JOE DAVIS rUK I GOLD I ALBERTS I THE LARGESS I ASSORTMENT. I THE LOWEST |K PRICES IN JHfc SYDNEY. T TO MADE IN O MY OWN Jjl FACTORY W AND 'fl GUARANTEED jP$ FULL QUALITY. £j The Money-Saving Jeweller, 26 Park Street, Sydney, One Door from Pitt St., ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE ON REQUEST. Marcus CM & Co, L(i GENUINE WINTER SALE STILL BOOMING. UNRIVALLED BARGAINS II\ FLOOR COVERINGS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. FOR A COSY BEDROOM. BEDSIDE RUGS. Sizes tins.) SALE PRICE. Usual Price 27 x 60 ? 1/1% ? 1/6 ' 33 x 60 ? 1/6% ? l/nfl 36 x 72 ? 2/3 ? 2/9 HEARTH RUGS. Sizes (ins.) SALE PRICE. Usual Price. ' Unf ringed. 24 x 4S.. 1/11 ? 2/11 I Fringed, 24 x 48 ? 2/11 ? 3/11 Fringed, 24 x 72 ? 4/11 ? 5/11 Fringed, 27 x 54 ? 5/11 ? 7/6 Fringed, 27 x 54 ? 6/11 ? . .. S/l] I JAPANESE MATTINGS, PLAIN, FANCY, or STRIPED. I SALE PRICE, -/Sy2 Yd. I Usual Price, -/10% Yd, I STAIR DRUGGETS. I In Green and Crimson Centres. I Width (ins.) SALE PRICE. Usual Price. I 18 ? .'. -/5% ? -/IVz I 22% ? -/--% ? -/S\...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FITZPATRICK'S DOWNFALL. INSULTS ARTHUR GRIFFITH IN THE HOUSE. But Strikes a Snag. "Did He Fall or Was He Pushed?" [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

FITZPATRIGK'S DOWNFALL INSULTS ARTHUR GRIFFITH IN THE HOUSE. But Strikes a Snag. *D!Cf He Fall or Was He Pushed?' In the New South Wales Assembly last Thursday night, Mr. Arthur Griffith moved the adjournment of the House for . the purpose of suggesting that the Go vernment Savings Bank should be au thorised by law to advance money to builders of city homes 'just as it at pre sent does to country settlers. There were numerous interjections'from the Govern ment side of the House, the most frequent offender in this respect being Mr. J. C.L. Fitzpatrick, the mosquito member for Orange. Mr. Griff ith, not to be diverted from the main subject of his. speech, was at length driven to request his fellow members not to take any notice of the member for Orange, :\vho, he; added, did . not know what he was talking about. ! Despite Mr. Speaker's repeated cries, of 'Order! Order!' Mr. Fitzpatrick con- ? tinued to interject until Mr. Griffith had finished speaking and sat down. Mr. [ Dacey, who f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN APPRECIATION. W.A. LABOR DELEGATE PRAISES "WORKER" CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

AN APPRECIATION. W.A. LABOR DELEGATE PRAISES 'WORKER' CONDITIONS. When in Sydney some little time back, Mr. Woodlands, one of the W.A. delegates to the Typographical Union's conference in Brisbane, called at The. Worker office, and was shown over the establishment! In connection with the visit we have received the. following letter: — '' Miner ' Office, ' ? ' Kalgoorlie, July 5, .1910. '?' Dear Sir,— I write, 'on behalf of my Union,, to tender the sincerest thanks of members to you for the kindness arid courtesy extended to our delegate, Mr. Woodlands, on .his recent visit to Sydney. He speaks in high praise ;of the up-to-date equipment and the clean, comfortable working conditions of your office, and it is clear that he thoroughly enjoyed his look through The Worker premises. ' We regret that the example set by your management in studying- so minutely the i comfort of employees is not more gene- . j rally followed by the wealthy employers in some of our Australian cities, particu- ...

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

^ - ?- ^^^^^^^sss^mBt^ r roiiu s !The new Ryde Tram is running: new. and in a very little while it is almost .g^ certain that a fast ferry will be run 'r: ffi) ' fff «£k 'li ing between Gladesvllje Bridge « ft d . V jJJ ? ? '11 Circular Quay,, without stops. ' This ' ' . ' /-=^=ss^rrvf?^sa ' s^J will bring Hyde within 35 minutes of ?; ^^K-f-^-V-A^J S^ Svdney— will bring ?TEXNYSON ES J^gon^-a-Vv^_--^^yp~^L TATE, just beyond Gladesville, under I tH)^H(Rnf'pr tal\if TT TIT And yet the vendors are offering, lots s'l Wi U JU iwS Kl 14' \ on- TENNYSON ESTATE, witliin a ' -l Jh§ hiilL*=i 1'uflfi Ul la few minutes of the tram. 73 x 158 feet, I in \tv\ ^^ I at 5/' a foot.- Terms are £1 deposit . , U U— JJ l-i y I . — — -~~Z and 10/- monthly. To-day is not too *C^ J — t^^''*~=i*- -*t§& early to select one of these lots if you »- '^^tWft* ' '??'-. THEY WON'T LAST LONG, I ARTHUR RICKARD & CO., LTD., . 84B Pitt St., Auctioneers and Realty ; Specialists, ' ? Please mention' Worker...

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

VICTORIA PABK RACING CLUF ZETLAND. Sydney's Premier City Racecourse. NEXT MEETING : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. £200 HURDLE RACE. £200 Special- trams direct to Racecourse Gates H. COBCROFT, Secretary, V.P.R.C 20 & 21 Imperial Arcade. 'Phone 554 Central. ASSOCIATED RAGING' CLUBS. kensington races: . ' next wednesday, august 3. rosebery races: saturday,. august 6. Ascot races : wednesday, august 10. 7 Events each day. 1st Race 2 p.m. J. UNDERHILL, Sec. 11 Elizabeth St. 'Phone 2082. UNION LABEL. YOU KNOW WHAT IT STANDS FOR. It is on all Printing done at THE WORKER Office. Is it on yo-ur League and Union Printing.

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

What i4S Appeivdiciti^ | I A modern pain, costing about £60 more than the old-fashionfid jM stomache ache. . H A B 6* IB Cycle is Better. I Every man who owns a B.&B. Cycle remains a friend of ours y \!\ B The satisfaction he got from a season of B.&B. Model 3 Cycle /^m*jr'^ffl*k \ H riding is among the pleasantest of his cycling recollections. v ffflSf^ial ], ^K 1 And he never goes to any other cycle house for his cycle wants N^f^v^' r H ? ? not now! ^'^ '^w*/. Hi j The B & B Model 3 Cycle at £11 ?! is a satisfying machine of the carry- you-there-and-back quality, IK and fitted with the finest tyres in the State. , HI WRITE FOR A CATALOG. Ill BENNETT AND BARKELL. II ' Specialists tn Modern Cycle Building,' IK 234 PITT STREET, AND CA8TLEREAGH STREET. Jl| IKF YOU a 8 I I BEND ME YOUR INSTRUCTIONS. I GUARANTEE THE BEST | - MARKET PRICE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON LICENSED ?! !; RACECOURSES. j Ji To ensure reply, all Telegrams muet be marked REPLY PAID. j 1 H S...

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THE LOAFER LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

i THE LOAFER LIBEL. *TT* HE ideal State is that in -which the ?*? toiler, of whatever class, shall re ceive the full* produce of his labor, shall le insured against' inability to produce, and shall also be insured against the para sitism of his fellow-creatures who refuse 1 to do their share of the world's work. The 'state is best able to see to the fulfil ment of the first of these ideals; the State can most effectively compass the second; and certainly it is only the State which, in the long run, can possibly guard the toiler from the blight of the loafer and the parasite, be he wealthy citizen or ' Avaster.' Yet, even in these enlightened times, there are newspapers which arjrue that not the State, but some more or less indefinite power for good, termed 'natural progress,' will be found to fill Australia's bill,; and lead- to 'the ultimate, ail-round benefiting- of the Commonwealth. The Tory,' for his own ends, objects to certain kinds; of Socialism advocated by Lai or. Therefore...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. WADE'S AUSTRALASIAN LAND POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

MR. WADE'S AUSTRALASIAN . LAND POLICY. WHEN boasting of the achievements of his Closer Settlement policy, the Premier of New South Wales— unlike the lady in ' Hamlet '—doth not protest enough, and therein he fails to do himself justice. With a modesty which sits strangely upon him, he has so far re frained from giving us the 'full' total of bona-fide settlers whom his closer settlement policy has placed upon the land, but it is surely time nov/ that he ' took the public into his confidence,' even at the risk of appearing to boast too much J^flg success and produced statistics ?Lw&g *°w many bona-fide settlers his iSier settlement policy has placed upon El laid, not only in New South Wales, Ik in oiler States— say, for example, in K-eensTBBiL Fibres with regard to the ILnpto of to policy in the great noYth ?ern Siaie would do to go on with while he L coBecltas data from other parts of fa Oonnnranrealth and from New ; For a start, Mr. Wade might give in Itroctions for communic...

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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. Page. A Speech the Dailies Dared not Print ? 15 Amending the Arbitration Act.... 5 Big Profits at Mildura ? 6 Cable News ? 19 Calendar ? 2 Death of Hon. A. Dawson ? ..... 13 Fitzpatrick's Downfall ? 13 In the Australian Parliament ? . 23 Japan is Pleased ? 3 Labor and Protection ? 9 Labor League Notes ? 23 Page. Lay of the Land ? 14, 16 Mainly Political ? 11 Mines and Miners ? 9 News of the Week ? 19 No Lack of Mechanics. ? 5 Norton Bobs Up Again ? 12 Our Women's Page ? 7 Page Twenty-One ? 21 South Australia ? 3, 4 Sydney's White Slaves. ...... ? . 5 The Wade Government Must Go.'. 3 The Fight for the Franchise ..... 22 Page.fi Straight Australian ? ; ? 12 n Some Fripperies of GoArernment | . . . Six State Excrescences ... I The Loafer Libel . . . Mr. Wade's 1 Australian Land Policy. I The Father of N.Z. Labor Legisla- § tion ? 3 I The Fight in N.S.W ? 15 I The Great French Revolution..... 13 § The Turf ? 17 I Victoria ? .-.. 9 j Victorian Labor Item...

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DEATH OF THE HON. ANDERSON DAWSON. A NOTABLE CAREER. Australia's First Labor Premiers [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

DEATH OF THE HON. ANDERSON DAWSflN. A NOTABLE CAREER. I -^____ ' ? I Australia's First Labor Premier, The shadow of death hag fallen on I Anderson Dawson. . Thus passes a man [who in the public life of Australia has jascended the heights of its glory and I sounded the depths of its gloom. The I Hon. Anderson Dawson was born at I Rockbampton, Queensland, . in 1863. In gins early life he was engaged 'in. mining gwork, principally in connection with g amalgamation. The gold fever caught ghira in 1885, and he went to the Kimber gley rush, in Western Australia, but the H fortune or misfortune of riches did not Scome his way. Soon after. his return to ?.Queensland, with the full enthusiasm of a ^democratic heart, he entered the ranks § for Trade Unionism and Labor in politics. I He was chosen as the first president of I the Miners' Union at Charters Towers, fluid for a time edited the Towers 'Eagle,'' Ian organ of revolutionary tendencies. He 1 -went into Parliament on the flood tide of I...

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

THE WORKER, Business Address* 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney Printed and published by Hector Laraond, of ' Naralu,' Sprlnsdale Road, KiMara, for and on behalf of the Australian Workers' Ijnion, in' New South Wales, Victoria, and S-outh Australia, at ' The Worker ' Office 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, N.S.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. Within the Commonwealth. Yearly . . . ; ? 5/ Half-Yearly ? ;- ? 2/6 Outside the Commonwealth. Year: Only in Advance. N.Z., Papua, and Fiji ? ..7/2 U.K.;1 U.S.A.; and elsewhere ? 9/6 A.W.U.. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary. Edition. The Two Editions will be posted to the same address at the following rates:— Year Only in Advance. Within the . Commonwealth ? 7/6 N.Z., Papua, Fiji ? 9/6 U.K., 'U.S.A., and elsewhere ....... 12/r Cheques, Drafts, etc.,' and all Business Communications to be addressed to The Manager. - HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc.) should be addre...

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NORTON BOBS UP AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 28 July 1910

NORTON BOBS UP AGAIN. Up to Sunday last the Labor Daily scheme lacked but one proof of its genuine advantage to Labor— John Norton had not denounced it. On Sunday the deficiency was supplied. It is' a feeble denunciation based upon the grossest misrepresentation or misapprehension of facts. . According to the puny intellect which guided the pen of 'Truth's' scribe, the Avhole scheme is designed to enable 40 men to control the : whole project. If the statement is not a wilful and deliberate lie, it indicates that in these/lays Norton's staff has sunk far below the level ? of Japanese journalism. ^.Un dor the Labor Daily scheme the 40 persons indicated by 'Truth ' as' controlling the Company would cast just 40 . \;otcs. The smallest Union that took but one share would cast 50 votes, and the 40 ' bosses ' would be in a helpless minority if the Company consisted of but 41 shareholders. As a matter of fact, the £1 share holders exercise absolutely no control in the election of directors,...

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