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SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES. ? a BOURKE BRANCH. Ift'SStSiSSttat they hwill . a,ply ISSS It S almost impossible to get iTSietho lines indicate shed, post ItoSi pumber of shearers, hand or ma |SS (H. or M.), and number of sheep. ty FROM 2nd TO 9th AUGUST. I triiearDowns, Hefmidale, 50,000. ISSee, Barellan, 12, H., 17,000 to 20,000. IB w, Moree. 4, M, 4500 i?, T 1 Balranald, 20, M, 60,500 iSokoo' Moree, 7, M, 20,000 ;£S, Balranald, 2GM,^l,000 'irinonia, Boonii, 5, H, 15,500 K Plata! Millie, 10, M, 15,500 ? iSSool. Walgett, 20, M, 37,500 5a Station, Moree, 10, M. 3500 . . fil Mungindi. 20, M, 74,300 ijurren Junction, Burren Junction, 18, M, 1 48 000 ?Wnmore. Moree, 15, M, 28,800 ? ... iSSk Carrathool, 4, M, 11,000. fa Moree, 15, M, 40,000 Sdlands, Mungindi, 8, M, 10,000 JThorndale, Moree, 6, M, 9500- . - 1'Loffer Quambone, Quambone, .16, M, ? 14,000 . .- . .--' I Willanbi, Manilla, 4, M, 4000 liBundhvitherdi, Moree, 20 M, 37 000 I Oreel Collarenehri, 26, M, 60,000 I Maylei&h, Rowena, 6, M...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

THE WORKER. Business Address: - Y^ 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney. Printed and published by Hector Lamond, of 'Naralu,' Springdale Road, Killara, for and on behalf of the Australian Workers' Union, in New South Wales, Victoria, and South 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. V N.Z., Papua, and Fiji ? 7/2 U.K., U.S.A, and elsewnere ...... Q-/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. .The Two Editions will be posted to the game address at the follor/ing rates:— Year Only in Advance. . 'Within the Commonwealth . ? '. 7/6 N.Z., Papua.. Fiji ? 9/6 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewhere ? 12/ Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all Business Communications to be addressed to The Manajrer. . ? HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc....

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

IMPORTANT NOTICE. . The State elections for N.S.W., will take ?? place not later, and probably somewhat earlier, than the middle of .October next. . As large numbers of electors following the shearing industry will be absent from ''.''their electorates then, I would strongly urge all such who have already made en gagements covering that period, or who can now sav in what electorates they ex-' pect to be in about that time,' to at once communicate with me, so that early steps . can be taken, to have special ? polling booths proclaimed in the electorates they ire going to, to enable them to record iheir votes. They will need to supply full %. particulars of their- names and addresses, ?_ the ? electorates for which they are en . . rolled, and also, where possible, ..specify . the names of the stations they will be at, and where they have no such engagement the electorates they purpose being, in at that time. 'Much can ;be done in his way to mini mise the wholesale .disfra.ncliisement ...

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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? Some members have been inquiring whether it is intended that the proposed. Labor Daily shall be based upon shares issued to individuals or whether it shall be Union-ov/ned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union owned and controlled. '. T.O- give ? the :- other Unions a chance . to come in it is imperative that the scheme shall be based upon company lines. Com pany law* requires that a certain number of persons shall join together to enable a company to be formed in the first in stance. To comply with this law it has been 'decided' that a certain' number of approved persons may come in as founda tion members. The^ total amount of cash they may' pay in only amounts to £100 out of a total of £100,000, and the voting power is based on the money paid in, so that it should be clear they will not haVe the slightest power, to influence the con trol -which the; Unions, for whom are reserved, the £99,900 worth of shares, will have over the p...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPENCE ON THE ARBITRATION BILL. SUPPORTING THE LABOR GOVERNMENT'S MEASURE. WHY PREFERENCE SHOULD BE GRANTED TO UNIONISTS.—EFFECTIVE REPLY TO ANTI-LABOR ATTACKS.—ADVANTAGES OF INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION DEMONSTRATED.—EXISTING LIMITATIONS AND PROPOSED EXPANSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

&PENCE ON THE ARBITRATION BILL. SUPPORTING THE LABOR GOVERNMENT'S MEASURE. Why preference should be granted to unionists.— effective reply to anti-labor attacks.— advantages of industrial 1 legislation demonstrated.— existing limitations and pro f POSED EXPANSIONS. The address by Mr. W. G. Sp'erice . on ?the second reading of the bill amending ? the Conciliation and Arbitration Act was listened to with considerable attention in the , Australian Parliament on Friday, July 29. Mr. SPENCE said: I hope now that the jnembers of' the Opposition have' had some «onsiderable time for looking into the ?very simple proposals contained in -.the Bill, they will be able to make up their ' minds regarding them. Those who have spoken appear to be very undecided. I am surprised that delay is asked for, seeing that most of the members of the Opposition were members of the House -Vheri the original discussion on the ques tions at issue took place. Sir John Forrest: We had not had time to read ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALMA HUT ACCOMMODATION [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

WALMA HUT ACCOMMODATION The official reply to the complaint re garding the hut accommodation at Walma station is as follows: — The overseer's quarters, comprise a galvanized iron hut 21ft. by lift. Gin., vmu a galvanized iron umtuuey -xl m^ end. The accommodation in. this hut is ample, and the chimney. will be rectified before next shearing. Regarding the cook, it has been ascertained that he slept- in the storeroom during the ..shearing, al though there was ample sleeping accom modation in --.the hut, ; :.Mr. Moore ex .., pressed his willingne'ss. to erect a room for the cook to sleep: in apa'rt from the '?Jiut.' ????'? The' dining ? accommodation pro vided is1 ; 'ample 'for 24 men to 'sit : at ' the . tables, but in consequence 'of a larger number of. - men : being engaged -at times Mr. Moore intends to extend the hut and tables another 6ft, which should 3-rove satisfactory. ; All the improvements Will be effected before next shearing. On '... the' date of my inspection the yards ...

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

STARTED, Calooma, Angledool, will start about July 25.— George Mclnnes. ? # # Boonoke started July 21, with 21 shear ers. — Robt. G. Davidson, Rep. . * ?:..?* . * '? ' Kaleno, Cobar, started July 25. .Tneivc shearers and 12 shed hands. — J. W. Flem ing, Rep. ? * * * Etulalie, Mogil Mogil, started July 21. Ten shearers and 10 shed ' hands. — A. Mayne, Rep. # ♦ .* FVeham, Girilambone, has started. Two shearers and one shed hand; 1800 sheep. — J. Kinross. ' # # # ' Merungle, Booligal, started July 26, with full board. — About 40 men employed heire. — Jno. Clear, Rep. # #. . ? # Bogamildi, Gil Gil, called the roll July 25-, ; and started shearing July 26.— Edward Sutton, She'd Hands' Rep. Curragundi, Moree, called roll July 21, but' start delayed until 23rd owing to rain. — Geo. Barnett, Rep. # # # Curragundi, Moree, called the roll July 21. Will start on the 23rd, lost time being due to rain. — C Proudfoot. Tooioon, Coonamble, started- July 27. Ten shearers and about ten shed' hands. A...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. The following sheds have started since last report: — Buckambe, Ulah, Bporooma Mulga Downs (Q.), Charlton, Booramugga, Rosedale, Gingham, Collymungle, Cai warra (Q.), Curranyalpa, Mt. Brandon, Dumble, Eulalie, Marra, Woodlands, Abe doar, Wong Wie, Curragundi, Thorndale, Welbon, Combadello, Gill Gill, Eairfield (Enngonia), North Abbotsford, Cryon. Meryula, Merriwa (Boggabilla), Bunna Bunna. All but Gill Gill and Merriwa report starting full handed, .and they expect to have all hands there in a few days, the bad roads keeping them back. ? Organizer Lonsdale is working through from Collerenebri to Burren Junction, and will visit all sheds en route. Organizer Richards through by Ulah, Gingie, Dun umbral, Gundabluie, Moongulla, Angle dool, and Dungaleer. Organizer Andrews will work through from Moree to Mun gundi. Organizer Blakeley, from Giril ambone through' Nyngan to Cobar. Or ganizer Breer, through by Booligal; and Cook, the Lower Darling. They will visit all the sheds...

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RESCUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

[?] Mr Wade denounces the provisions of the Federal Arbitration Act Amendment Bill as a gross interference with State Rights. WADE : '-You've no right to legislate for the likes' of -him, after all the time I've spent in pissing laws to keep him ?V his place !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

Ethe Enormous Demand being experienced for the new IvjLjiaad Finished, ready for the Wool) 1 we regret many orders have bean delayed. Should you be unable to §j obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with JB ByrgG& SLeep Shearing Machine Co. B 73 MACQUARIE STREET, SYDNEY. I j THE 8 ? Ask the Local Store- (I /I /I /I /I /I /I /ft /ft / Sole A9ent«: \ B keeper for them, or j^^i?^^^g|^|gf| Delgety & Co., Ltd., ; I Apply Direct to the if 4| j|| 'Wk WWM M I M''«r's Pt-' Sydney. t H 1910. ? \ ? ' ' — ^ ~' ' -^ ? - == PATTERN. L HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. ' Wolseley Combs aad Cutters are the best. LAST LONGEST AND FOR §// / ^ v / ? ' '' /. £ I CUTTING QUALITIES |\, // //' \,\ST£/? ?/ ?/ , J A Queensland Shearing Contractor ' ' ^'* '' writes: — Please send us along about 12 PRICE, :.'/- EACH, dozen Lister Combs. These arc a first- _ tk a - class comb,' and nothing else seems to do j 2y it|& £&. ^ my shearers since they saw them. j ^ MBaa...

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NEW ZEALAND SHEARERS' DISPUTE. SETTLEMENT ADJOURNED TILL SEPTEMBER. Position Unaltered. CHRISTCHURCH, July 28, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 3 August 1910

NEW ZEALAND SHEARERS' DISPUTE. SETTLEMENT ADJOURNED TILL SEPTEMBER. Position Unaltered. CHRISTCHURCH, July 28, 1910. After several conferences, the follow ing agreement has been signed by the parties: — That both parties agree to ac cept the finding of the three Conciliation Commissioners for New Zealand in re gard to the matter of price for shearing in the same way, as they would accept the finding of the 'court for a minimum wage. This means, of course, that the Union has protected shearers against being coerced into working for the minimum rate. They are at perfect liberty to decline to accept engagements if their own price is not paid. It is anticipated, howeveV, that the Commissioners will realise the strength of the shearers' attitude and the justice of their demand for 20/, and wili, therefore, recommend this rate to the Arbitration Court, which will adopt the recommenda tion as an award for the Dominion. The Arbitration Court has, therefore, ad journed the case to Wellington...

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BURNS UP TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

BURNS UP TO DATE. The 'auld brig of Ayr' has been re stored at a cost of ten thousand because Robert Burns wroto of it. Burns asked for bread and they gave him a stone bridge; and even, that a century late. What would the leading Auld Brig en thusiasts say of a Burns of to-day? Just what similar respectable citizens have said of more than one similar character (they say it now): 'Yes, the man can write, but you know he will drink. Why should we support a ._ drunken good-for-.nothing just because he can write?' (They never suppoi'ted anything, except' the dignity they haven't got.) Others will, exchange drinks with Burns; even; give him a -few without exchange; but they're too poor when he needs i*eal things. And a- few who come between these, two classes do what they can for Burns, though they ai*e. hampered by the fact that every half Burns or fiftieth-Burns finds them the easiest to appeal to for support, and leaves them with scarcely enough for their own necessities. Yes, the. Bu...

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HINTS FOR BOOK-BORROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

HINTS FOR BOOK-BORROWERS. If you read at meals don't forget to 'eave greasy crumbs' in ? your friends' aooks. Always use a book as pedestal for \ sloppy cup and saucer. Soup and ink stains may be removed- by dropping the book into baby's bath-water. Don't buy a penn'orth of scribbling paper for reckoning how much you can put in the bank this week. Work it out on the blank pages or someooay:s iavome book. Or the other pages, for that matter. Be sure and write. ' Rot ' all ' down the margin wherever you disagree with tho author. Your friend will like to know; your opinion. If little 7anie wants , to- play with a rubber stamp, give her a borrowed book to practise on. Books are also a good thing when little Percy wants, to try his ;oy tool-chest; and they are riot bad for indoor football on a rainy day. 'Train, the children to look at your friends' books as soon as they come in ?rora making mud-pies. . It is good to /ary outdoor exercise with brainemploy nent. See that they wet the thum...

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Page Twenty-One: MARY GILMORE'S BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

,., ? ,-..Ji»ji-muiTJJmJ-Jll-ltfS1fftt»*w*'W»J^-M*' Hy'MMHHni'UIMH— — ^— CONDUCTED BY Norman Lilley* h MARY GILMORE'S BOOK. 'in 'Mam'd, and Other Verses' Mrs. [flinore has plainly chosen to be read fc%t of all for womanly feeling. 'If Retry -is there.' one imagines her think |g .-wen: but above all let me be, litaan.' Poetry there is in many places, || commonly it is reached through wide ifnoathy with humanity.., (Indeed,, there 'not muchpoetry reached otherwise, or ich good writing of any kind; the un perous writer is always imperfect.) Here flows the grief of all bereaved, lovers Bier -than -of one; and. that inclusion of [?in one, with yet the individual feeling, fa main reason for the ' lines - being etry: I Good Night. Good night ... My darling sleeps, so I .sound ' ..'..— | She cannot hear me where she lies; I White lilies watch' the closed eyes, Red roses guard the folded hands. ' lood night! ' 0 woman who once lay I Upon my breast so still, so- sweet, I That all my pulses th...

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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

WRITERS AND WRITINGS. - The death is reported of Edward -Jenkins, best known as author of ' Ginx's 'Baby,' Jenkins was born in -India in 1838, and passed his early years in Canada, (His' father -was a Presbytei'ian clergyman in Montreal.) . In 1874-6 he was Agent General for Canada, and ? afterwards an ' advanced Liberal ' member of the British . Parliament. 'Ginx's Baby' (1860) is a narrative .satirising the treatment of children -by- the supposedly charitable. It was widely read in its day. Jenkins wrote other books on current questions — drink, finance,- coolie labor, etc. — some dressed up- as stpries. He .was- useful in keeping the ..public, eye on. things that needed remedy,' especially those associated with inhumanity. :'A' non-political book com piled by Jenkins is a selection from the curious writings . of the seventeenth century Duke and Duchess of Newcastle. This appears iri-Macmillan's Golden Trea sury .series as ' The Cavalier and. His Lady.' ' ' ? ? . # # The Modern Ma...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

COOKERY. To Cook Sausages. — Instead of frying in the ordinary way, cut them in inch pieces and roll in flour. Now lay them on a bed j of one onion, one carrot, one turnip, oho j potato, and a flavoring of celery, seasoned I with pepper and salt, and simmer, using a.' pint of water. Take up without breaking!) and serve on the vegetables. ~If liked, j garnish with toast or fried bread cut in small pieces. w w w Lemon Tart. — Two lemons, four eggst-^ two tablespbonsful melted butter, eight of sugar. Beat the yolks with half th», sugar, all the butter, the grated rinds oti the lemons, and the juice of one. Bake In j a nice crust. Meanwhile, whip the whites ' with the rest of the sugar, and when tha' other is cooked spread it over the top, and^ cook- one minute. (If eggs are scarce,'* substitute ? maizena for two of the eggs.)' Treacle Pudding^ — A cup and a half of flour, a dessertspoonful ground ginger, a cup and a half fine suet, 6oz. treacle, one egg, .and a little salt. Mix all to ...

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HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

HOUSEHOLD. If you are stewing in a pan whose lid does not fit closely, make a thick flour and water paste, and lay it round the saucepan edge, and pop on the lid to hold it in place. It will keep in nearly all the steam. — A. # # # A corresponaent tola us once, to cure a ; whitlow by 'having two bowls, one of boil ing, one of cola water, and plunging the affected part first into one ana then into the other. Accoraing to another corresr pondent, this will cure chilblains in tho early stage; but, of course, not when crackea or blue. About a aozen aippinga into each dish should suffice, the hot be ing constantly kept hot with fresh boiling water. Possibly a little mustara in the not water wouia be an aavantage — say a teaspoonful in half-a-gallon. * * ' ?: * ?? : ? A Hint for Summer Countries.— The true Inaian aloe is saia to be used, where it grows, as a substitute. for ice. In cases of sickness the skin of the leaf is removed, and the cola pulp is 'placea on fevered heads. I recollec...

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DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

DIVORCE. In the ' Editor's Easy Chair ' (' Ha'iv per's Monthly') appears the -following .-.?? Can anyone tell us more aboutit? — ' In Switzerland . . . when people wan- to. be put asunder, for any reason or. other, they go before a magistrate and declare their wish. Then they go home, and at the end of a certain time — weeks or months — the magistrate, summons them before him with a view to recon ciliation. If they come, it is a good sign;- _ if they don't come, or come and persist .* in their desire, . then they are summoned after another interval, and are either re concilea or put asunder, as the case may. be, or as they choose. It is not expensive,-' and I believe it isn't scanaalous.' If it is as statea, it seems as if the Swiss lead in this as in so many other' things necessary to national well-being. ? . ? ? . ? _k ? '' *

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' M.F., Elsmore, N.S.W., inquires about verses appearing in an older Issue of The Worker. The inquiry is sent to Mr. Lilley, whose page see. # ? # # ' Another correspondent sends a 'soft- corn cure': — 'Take the white of an egg and the juice of a lemon. Mix together ana put oh the stove till it turns white. Keep stirring, or it will burn. When cola apply to the corn. This is af sure cure. I have testea it myself.' s # # # M.S. (?), 'Chidowla'' (or initials like that, but undecipherable), in riieply to a correspondent who asked for a means of removing superfluous hairs, says: 'The following harmless remedy might prove, effectual. Cut a lemon in slices and rub the juice well in to the roots of the hair. Continue daily for some weeks, when, it is saia, the . hairs will disappear.' If this is a cure it is certainly simple. Stove blacking can be maae as follows: Five ounces of blackleaa grouna fine ana mixed with the whites of two eggs. Beat together; and then thin to ...

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STITCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

STITCHERY. Two new ideas for the half of humanity that continues to dress well on oddments and scraps: — . The newest hatpins are covered with silk,' and then crochet. Any old, small headed hatpin can be used for this pur pose. If a large, rouna or , oval one is desirea warm a piece of sealing wax and pack the small head till large enough and shaped as you wish. If a flat head is required cut cardboard ana pack with cotton wool tiirthe bead head does not protrude. (If the old head is not ob jectea to no packing is neeaea.) Having shapea the heaa, round, square, oval, Octagonal, or otherwise, cut a piece of silk, any small scrap will ao, ana cover the ? heaa, tying it securely under neath, and then cutting , away all ends a*nd frayings. Now work your cover according to shape. Any small cir cular pattern or any small block in a lace or insertion pattern may be aaapted. When wide enough, which you will know by measuring, do a row of close doubles for the pin edge. On this work two chai...

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