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WHAT WADE NEGLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

WHAT WADE NEGLECTED. | . ' ______ _____ V When politicians of tlie Wade type | filled the air with moans about the Fe deral Government filching their ^State rights,' the same crowd were neglecting to carry out reforms in their own State in stead of leaving them to the .Federal Go vernment, as Wade and his party have clone. In one case in particular, viz., the grading and marking of butter for export, the Wade Government absolutely, ignored all. requests to take action. And now that Mr. Tudor, Minister,. of Customs, has taken the matter up, the editor of ' On the Land' department in the ' S.M. Herald' | in a recent issue awarded .him due credit for his action on the question. -The ' Herald ' man declares that the attitude of the Federal Minister is a refreshing contrast to the coursc hitherto taken by Ministers in tliis State a;s regards the question «f improving the butter export trade. Mr. Tudor, heard those in favor of the grading and those against it. He had, too, the 'report of ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

RABBITS. RABBITS. Bullock's Patented Pocketing- Nets. ABSOL1UTELT.the .m0st Ingenious Instru ment-yet invented for Rabbit and Hare capture. Catches without injury, therefore no rejects 011 that account. Net-caught Rabbits fetch highest pi-ice. Will- catch where spring- traps fail. Catching' with Nets is sport, not work. A 71b, Net will hold 250 rabbits. Every Rabbi ter should have one or hiore of these Nets. Full particulars from TflH MANAGER, .86 Lane Cove Rd., North Sydney. JBBBBIB—B1 1BBI— ff 81 THE UNION LABEL CO-OP. TAILORS | 1 GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. j a Send for Latest Patterns, Tapes, and Self- Measure ® E ' Forms. ^ I MKk LADIES' COSTUMES A SPEBIAL1TV | 1^ I iBliP NOTE ADDRESS:' | \ 11 623 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET, g S3 \ IS SYDNEY. § I! § 1 E. J. KAVANAGH, 5 Ex-President Labor Council, N.S.W. E| m Jp&r 'Phone 2183 City. Manager, h Tfl f| it hmpi H r pwwB B B SBSSSSfflEBHBrailSBSraiBfHESiiHHHflBISHHBSfiSSSigliglP See ReckittS Name on Every Label. - ' — — — ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. LEICHHARDT. — At last Friday's meeting it . was ? decided that the league- should take part in the forthcoming municipal campaign. Nominations for selection of Labor aldermen will close 011 October 31. The fifth annual social is to take place in the Dispensary TJ-rtll Dom.nmnUo.f.14/1 rk« Tiilir.lQ* Is. Meetings 'are well attended, a.nd propa ganda work is well in hand. Election of oin eers resulted: Alderman Langshaw, presi dent; Miss G. 35. Scobie, secretary; Mr. A. Knight,' treasurer; Mr. Kendrie, assistant I sec.; Messrs. O'Brien and Cronin, vicepresi dents. LITTLE PLAINS. — Owing to bad weather, the social was not a iinancia.1 success. As a result the'amount promised to the InvereJl league's fighting fund will be so small that it is likely a donation will be made from our league's general fund. AVe intend organizing quadrille parties to better the finances. . At the social the members presented the secre tary with a gold watch. Mrs. Reeves made the presentation...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. ? « ? ? [In older to ensure publication, League Secretaries should send their reports to ' The Worker ' not later than Monday nights.] .

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INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT. FURTHER AMENDMENTS. Wade Insists on the Coercion Clauses. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

IfNOUSTHIAL DISPUTES ACT. FURTHER AMENDMENTS. Wade Insists on the Coercion Clauses. Premier Wade is again flnkering-at his pet Act and its offspring. In comynitte last -\v6ek he sought and obtained per mission to introduce amendments de signed, as he said, to remove difficultie' in the adminstration of the existing Act? It was proposed to give the President o the Industrial Court power to remit of fences against section 43 of the Act to ; stipendiary magistrate for hearing. Thi because it had been found practically im possible for the Judge of the Industrie Court to deal with everything demar.din attention or to visit country towns to hei cases locally. In cases decided by : magistrate ther.e would always remain. th right of appeal to the judge. Anothe amendment would provide increase j powers under which inspectors would b i made responsible for the carrying out o prosecutions for breaches of awards in stead of leaving these to be conducted b: secretaries of unions. Mr. McGowen sai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HENLEY'S WILD CHARGES. LABOR COUNCIL DISCUSSION. CHALLENGE FROM UNION SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

HENLEY'S WILD CHARGES. labor coungil discussion. ? CHALLENGE FROM UNION SECRETARIES. The matter of Mr. T. Henley's allega tions of blackmail against Union secre taries came before the NS.W. Labor Council towards the close of its weekly meeting on Thursday evening last, Mr. A. m n'Rrlpn (Musicians' Union) introduc ing the subject by asking if the executive committee had given any consideration to tlie charges made by 'that brainless member and satellite of the State Govern ment, Henley' The President, Mr. Fax-rax-, replied that the matter had not been lost sight of, and that something in the way of a general : repiy would probably be prepared. There ttas to be a meeting of the secretaries next day to consider the best means to be taken to refute Mr. Henley's baseless assertions. ; A discussion followed, during which Mr. : e, W. Whittington (Amalgamated Engi neers) suggested that Mr. Henley be.in i vited to appear before the executive com mittee of the Council, and advance any : evide...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IS YOUR NAME ON THE ROLL ? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

IS YOUR NAME I ON THE ROLL ? i '.I Every man and woman 21 years, j of age and resident continuously in New South Wales for the preceding 12 j months if a British born subject, or '12 | months since naturalisation . of a natur- -s alised subject, is entitled to enrolment. | Only inbeciles, criminal undesirable * aliens, and (the irony of it!) the unfor tunate inmates of our benevolent institu- j tions are debarred from voting. j But to exercise a vote the qualified . adult must be enrolled on the electoral j toll for the division, subdivision; or polling j place in which he or she resides. 1 ? j No electors' right is required. The fact ,j that the voter's name is on the roll 'en- , titles him or her to vote. i SEE YOUR NAME IS ON TH^ -ftOLL. ? For a period of thirty days the pro visional lists for every electorate will be on exhibition at all police stations and post offices within each electorate. If y.ou want to be sure you. are enrolled— pay -a- vsit to the nearest police station....

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.&W. - ? :♦ ? — . It is announced that no Liberal candi date has been selected for Burrowa, Evi dently the watchword at Burrowa is no Coercionist need apply. ^ * w Premier Wade's proposed advanced legislation indicates that he is seeking a bubble reputation at the election's mouth. And he'll get it— in the neck. * #. . # According to Premier Wade, the victory Of Labor in the Federal elections was 'only of a passing nature.' Certainly; it will help to pass out the Coercion party in' the State elections. - . , :.5 ? » * ? Wade says that what the people -want, is good government. At the coming elec tions. Wade will' find that,. th^t statement. Is' more' correct- than :.his .statements usually are. * '#?' '- Solicitor-General Garland says that the. Coercion Government has a great .reicprd behind it. The record of leg-ironed* Trade: Unionists chained to criminals,. i3 not very aptly describe I . as great. ???': -# # ? ? In introducing the Saturday halfholi day bill,...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

MAINLY POLITICAL — — The Master: 'Builders' Association has endorsed the policy' of -the' .Wade. Go vernment. This is; an excellent reason why the electors should vote against the party that is ' liibeml to its friends, of the Brick Combine. Y - , ^ ; ' ' Queensland's ? Philp-Kidston Ministry, like the Lewis gang in Tasmania, propose electoral redistribution in tlie .hope of de feating Labor. The Northern .' Worker ' Says of Queensland's JCidstakes' scheme: It is Redistribution .to escape Retribution.*. ''v'- r #?'-;* ?# ' * r\-\ r ' When employers' find themselves iri court over cases they, would much' rather have settled outside they will probably remember and bless Henley. M.L.A. In fact, a number fit them are blessing' Hen- ley already. One of th^rn is an M.L.A. and a supporter of:, the;!. Wade*'. -Govern-- ment; and when, the day ia'f ter Henley's little outbreak,' the secretary of the Union ?' he had been urging to settle a case out of court rang -him up and' told him- that; u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONALISING THE TOBACCO MONOPOLY. LESSONS FROM OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

nationalising the tobacco MONOPOLY. I LESSONS FROM OTHER LANDS. When Australia's Labor Government shows signs of abolishing monopolies tthich fleece the people of the Common wealth in order to enrich a few, the Con servative dailies rake the x-ecords of ex ploded economic theories to bolster up a case in favor of private exploitation of _he public. These articles are set forth ^ith flaring headlines to impi'ess sap leaded readers. But note the obscurity to which the successful x-eports of tlxe operations of Govevnmexxt monopolies are relegated in the same journals by being stowed away in the commercial columns, where the general public never look for , them, and only tlxe commercial class may 'ead them — the class that swears by priv ate enterprise. In the commei-cial section of the 'S.M. Herald' of June 28 thex'e s a telling record of the proved success of the Government tobacco monopoly in Japan. It la shown that Japan, France, ustria, and Italy have acquix-ed the home rnarket for...

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THE PILLIGA SCRUB Is its Clearance Desirable? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

THE PILLIGA SCRUB I Is its Clearance Desirable? The New South Wales and other Aus tralian State Governments have recently realised the value of scientific education in agriculture, and by the appointment of experts in the various branches of agri culture have done a great deal to increase the farmers' knowledge and develop the resources of the States. Particularly is i this noticeable In New Soxxth Wales, where | the University Professor of Agriculture is at present being sent on an extensive tour of the farming districts to place his scien tific knowledge at the disposal of the producei-s. But there is serious reason to think that while placing its experts at the service oi r.u farmers the Government is altogether ignoring their advice itself. The question of the Pilliga Scrub developmexxt furnishes a case in point. This gx-and area of thick timber is being cleared at an enox-mous x'ate; gx*eat sections are being thrown open for settlement^ and the Wade Government has issued a pre-...

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ARBITRATION COURT AND SETTLEMENT. JUDGE HEYDON'S APPROVAL QUOTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

ARBITRATION COURT AND SETTLEMENT. JUDGE HEYDON'S APPROVAL QUOTED. Mr. J. J. Morrish, secretary of the Syd ney Hotel Employees' U.nion, cited cases last week in which Judge Heydon, of the Industrial Court, had encouraged the amicable settlement of cases against em ployers. In some Newcastle cases of bx-eaches of the Saddlers' Award the union seci-etary had mentioned in the j Court that there was a desire that the matter should be heard aB soon as pos sible. The President said he could not go to tlxe country at present, and it might be a hardship to bring these employers from Newcastle to Sydney. The secx-etax-y said he had authority from the union to settle the cases, but if he had said that they would settle on the payment of costs, he thought it might look like blackmail. The President replied that now that the matter had come to the Court, and the Court appi-oved of the settlement, no one could charge them with blackmail, and furthei*, that if the union tried to settle as many of ...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. ? » ? . The Sydney Zoological Gardens are al wiays glad to receive specimens of native animals, and will pay freight and expeixses to Sydney. The director offers £5 per pair for kangaroos and £1 for emus. * # # The Grafton, N.3.W., Pastures Protec tion BoArd has decided that the skin of kangaroo rats and paddymelons are of sufficient value to warrant their destruc tion without the special inducement of a bonus. * # m The Tyndale farmers, at last meeting of their Union, discussed potatoes and Irish blight. Nearly allt confessed to failure in their experiments, despite sound seed. One, howevex-, reported that he had a good yield, which he believed was largely due to sprinkling the cx-op with sulphide of potash. * # # The Austx-alian gum tree is more appre ciated in .foreign countries than in its own. There are groves of beautiful eucalyptus in California and in some of the Italian cities. The Govexmment botan ist in one of the dependencies of Turkey is now endeavoring...

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GROCERS' ORGANIZATIONS. CLASHING INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

GROCERS ' ORGANIZATIONS. CLASHING INTERESTS. Strained relations have for some tim« existed ^between the Shop Assistants' Federation and the United Grocers, Tea, and Dairy Produce Employees' Union. The federation embraces assistants in twenty-one trades, including grocers, and^ it is' considered that there should not be a separate organization as the interests of shop workers are common. A. mass meeting of grocers', assistants was held on Wednesday, June 29, wlien the 'presi- dent of the federation (Mr*. P. Loughnan) stated- that .the only blot on the unity of the federation was represented by the separate' Grocers' - Union; Mr. Mooney explained7 that , there , were divided ' couh-; sels among7 the workers', representatives on the 'board owing to the members being, associated with' different organizations. Two members 'of the Grocers' Uniori had been in 'conference with employer^, and. this placed him and other members 'of the Shop _ Assistants' Federation, Ayho . were grocers, in Ia...

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WAGES BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

?WAGES BOARDS. ! Mr. T. H. Davies has been re-appointed chairman ' of the Stone-Cutters' -Wages Board. Mr. F. H. Bolton lias been chosen chairman of the Candlemaltei's' Board and the Bedstead Makers' Board. The determination of the Butchers,' j Wages Board has been extended to the borough of Daylesford. ? Mr. W. Wilson lias been appointed a representative of . the employees on the Stone-Cutters* Board in the place of Mr. J. Johnston, resigned. Representatives have been nominated on the Woodworkers, Cycle Trades, and Cigar Trade -Wages Boards as follows: — Woodworkers — Messrs. E. W. Cox, J. J. Love, E. Stone, A. Sturrock, H. T. Wardle (employers), H. G..Eades, A. L. Hughes, D. Laugh ton, W. C. Perry, and H. Webber. .. Cigar Trade — Messrs. ? G. A. Carter, E. F. Kruse, C. H. Macfarlane, F. Moss, J. J. Schut 1 (employers), A. Blackman, G. Cowan, A. Kirwan, M. Mendoza, and J. Richards. Cycle Trade— Messrs. P. It. Allen, J. R. Hartley, A. .G. Healing, A. Turner, W. J. Warden (employers)...

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VICTORIAN FACTORIES ACT. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS BY TRADES HALL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

VICTORIAN FACTORIES ACTT PROPOSED AMENDMENTS BY TRADES HALL COUNCIL. * The committee which was. appointed by. j the Trades Hall Council.-'tb''-ifame_.amendTr-| ments of the Factories arid Shops Act j has made the . following reconimenda-- tions: — . 1. That, in addition , to ine powcis - ferred on Special Boards contained in; section 75. clause 15, of the said principal- Act, tne said Special Board shall have power to deal witli all matters, pertaining to trade anci callings,. 'and . they shall have jurisdiction to make 'such determination or orders, as they shall think fit. ' 2. That the Wages Boards shall have power to give preference .to' unionists. . . 3. That section 145, sub-section 2, shall be repealed, . and the following section shall be read instead thereof: ' Tliat from and ' after the date of this Act no person -employed- -in hotels, clubs, restaurants, coffee_ palaces, oyster saloons, or where business is carried on seven days in the week,'_ to be permitted to work lndr...

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JEFFRIES FAILS TO COME BACK. GOES DOWN TO JOHNSON IN FIFTEEN ROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

iftH-KlfcS FAILS TO GOME BACK. GOES DOWN TO JOHNSON IN FIFTEEN ROUNDS. j 'I shall worry him for fifteen round*, and then knock him out,' said Johnson a few days beiore the fight. He did it. When James J. Jeffries retired from the ring unbeaten heavyweight champion pugilist oi; tho work! in 1905, he said he would never again re-enter it unless a negro became champion. After Jack Johnson's decisive victory over Tommy Burns at Sydney on Boxing Day, 190S, the pugilistic woiid, seeing no other worthy opponent of the blackfellow in sight, called upon Jeffries to make good his word.^ Fiye years of high living away from the ring does not benefit box ing champions. Jeffries did not want to fight Johnson; he was living a satisfied life, and the months of dreary training for a fight had no charms for him. But tho whole of the newspapers of the United States clamored for him; the title was not to be left in the hands of the negro race, they said, and, eventually, to put it in his own words, Jef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

For those in peril on the sea, We oft for succour pray, But lot of people here ashore, o Require some help to-day. They are troubled with a bad sore tliroat Or cough that's tight and hacking, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure's the help i These victims all are lacking j OUR GREAT HALF-YEARLY I STARTS SATURDAY. JUNE 9. BIG SAVINGS OF 15% TO 35% Our Regular Half-Yearly Sales have always received a generous response from our WORKER FRIENDS. They know that we really do reduce our whole stock. We advertise all the time in ' ' The Worker, ' ' so every reader can see by comparison what the savings amount to now. Just come along and get Palmerised. You'll save money on stylish and serviceable goods, and have the added satisfaction of buying from a fair house with MEN ASSISTANTS WHO WEAR THE UNION BADGE. All 21/- Overcoats, Now 15/11. Well made, in two styles of Showerproofs and Blue and Grey Mel- |i« /YTf tons. Broad Shoulders, Plain or Gauntlet Cuffs, Loose Backs and |!| I I I Full Skirted Bott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

nmcniuAn ncLicu Duuitr. -1 *Z Sold Direct to Customers only. 4'4f -«) \ j 5 They cannot be bought from I ;n| - jf Warehouses or Other Shops. L r .-^V In ai S°ld only at the Firm's four large fK {-*.( y \\ l» Bl shops in Sydney, or sent direct to your 1 %k. ^Y«/ Vs: 1R Bt own home. The bulk of the men and I ffcx, . V\ «& B[ youths of Sydney wear our boots. For' I WS/ \\ 3! comfort, appearance, and solid wear they V 'Vv \\ \££S!x3&/ ?re publicly acknowledged to have no WW V \^3f W PRICES— 10/0 to 25/- in 4'/z Shape. . \1f \\ 17/6 to 25/- In 9'/z'Shape. 10/6 to 25/- In 5 Shape. * \ Post Free to Railway Station or Port, ^®/6 lines excepted. Order by number of Send for Illustrated Catalogue,, V MINAHAN .BROS., \k. ^ ? \ KING, PARK, HUNTER & CROWM STREETS. SYDNEY. Is Education by Post. I s STOTT'S CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE, j I Tho Largest, Best Organized, and Most Successful in Australia. ® We specialise In giving instruction by Correspondence, and are successfully »...

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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 7 July 1910

MINES AND MINERS, / ' ? ;/ ??? ? 7+— — ' ' The dull .monotony of Beaufort, 'V5., mining was . varied recent lj' by two pros pectors,' D. Adams arid W. Sandilant,' ?picking out a nice specimen of 2%oz. gold on the old Yam Holes diggings. ' # # * .The long-sustained effort to float the Britannia United, the well-known Balla rat East quartz mine (now in the posses sion of the creditors of the old coriipany) on the British market is expected to suc ceed shortly. * The New Canico Gold-Mining Company, projected to reopen the old Canico mine at Smythesdale, V., W^s ' successfully floated last week in Melbourne. The mine was successfully worked 30 years ago, when somo of tho stone averaged 27dwt. per ton. Operations will shortly be ccmmcyiced. - ... # N.S.W. South Coast coal mines are ex periencing- a slackness of trade. There does not appear _to? be any particular reason, :except that Japan arid India, which each have a greater coal output than ?N.S.W., are beginning to more fully supply t...

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