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Our Women's Page "FOR A SINGER'S SAKE." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

[?] CONDUCTED BY MARY GILMORE. V'FOR A SINGER'S SAKE.' t (jnjer the above heading Donald Mac fronild writes as under of Jennings Car oloh&el and in favor of the appeal now ftelne made to Australians on behalf of her children. .(While on this subject, I would be glad if those who are collecting ' a resuit of the articles on this page would mention The Worker when send 4«- in thPir collections and donations.) ?tin ? ** »?- — -- Mr. Macdonald's article ('Argus,' July J5 1910) is as follows:— ? 'The suggestion to take the children of ?the late Grace Jennings Carmichael — an ?Australian writer of verse— out of North ampton Workhouse, and give them a Bchance In this part of the world, which Rthelr dead mother loved, is assured of Hbuccess, and that feeling of confidence Bmill it is hoped, be made complete in a i Hheneflt concert, which is to be the final Enovement in connection with the fund. Bjennings Carmichael, who was born at Kallarat, and bred at Orbost, amongst Kltha romanti...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUNISHING OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. ARE TEACHERS BRUTAL? "JIMMIE PANNIKIN" SAYS EMPHATICALLY "NO." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

PUNISHING OF SCHOOL GHILOREN. ? t ? ^ ? ARE TEACHERS BRUTAL? 'JIMMIE PANNIKIN' SAYS EMPHATICALLY ' NO.* ' Jimmie Pannikin ' writes as follows in reply to Frank Henty: — The 'Sydney Daily Telegraph,' of July 7, published an article commenting upon the NeAv South Wales school inspectors' reports in con nection with the discipline of the State schools. I quote one extract: 'In almost every instance, inspectors report that the cane is becoming a negligible quantity; and it looks as though in a short time the cane will go into the oblivion that shrouds the birch and the tawse. In the Grafton district there are 57 schools, where no corporal punishment is inflicted, and in 31 of these the discipline is above the average. One teacher in the Hay dis trict has used his punishment book only for the purpose of recording at the end of the year that the children and he had spent a very happy year together, and that no corporal punishment had been neces sary. Another provisional school teacher in ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

P40 Flinders Street No Agents or Canvassers. No Middleman's Profits to pay. Therefore, Cheapest and Best Every Instrument guaranteed. , Near Oxford Street. I WH-EN IX | I GOMES TO I I OHOOaiNG 1 I FOOTWEAR 1 ? You can't do better than place your- | 9 self in our hands. As practical and g B experienced bootmen, we can select ja fa just the boot that will fit you best, ffl §S give the best service and the most e Bj comfort. Come into our Stores or I 1 IF YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTRY i m send the outline of your foot, -with the m §5 joint,' instep, ankle, and top measure- Kj M ment; state the size usually worn and Hj m the style you prefer, and we will guar- m 9) antee to send you a perfect fitting sS, El boot that will give you as much satis- R B& faction as if you had chosen it your- Eg H self— or YOU CAN HAVE YOUR S I! MONEY BACK. K £j Our illustrated Catalogues of Foot- g H wear will greatly assist you in select- g g ing styles. Post free for the asking, g jl Ladies' Glace Kid L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

ft meets you half-way — does all H* your work in half the time E and at half the cost of com- I mon soap. B Sunlight saves your clothes I from injury, your hands from I being tough, and your life from I becoming a drudgery. I Its absolute purity makes 1 it alone safe for dainty laces I end linens. (65 - 1 Dainty Fare that Makes for Healthy Children. Fresh fruit, stewed till tender, along with milk made Blanc Mange, will help to keep your children healthy, rosy, and strong through the changing sea son. . Remember, though, that the Blanc-Mange is only at its best when made with Wade's Corn Flour. FREE * * 1 OF ALL EXPENSE to YOUR DOORS. CARRIAGE. We sre the Originators in Australia of sending Carr/aae Paid Parcels. All -ethers are Imitators. Send for one of our Famous I A Complete Outfit, con taining1 2 Toadies' nice ?trinimccl Nightdresses, two good' Chemises, 2 Frilled Pillow Slips, 2 Towels, a nice The Print Wrapper, a length of Art Muslin for bed draping-; ' W ' and this very supe...

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N.S.W. TAILORING AWARD. LITTLE OBSERVED IN COUNTRY TOWNS. Many Summonses Issued. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

N.S.W. TAILORING AWARD. LITTLE OBSERVED IN COUNTRY TOWNS. Many Summonses Issued. The award of the N.S.W. Tailors' Wages Board which has now been in operation for a considerable time, covers the indus try throughout the confines of the State. Recent investigation by officers of the Union show, however, that its .require ments, especially in country towns, are more honored in the breach than in the observance. As the result of a tour t-y the inspector ot tne union, over ou em ployers at Newcastle, Kurri Kurri, Goul burn, Lismore, Casino, Murwillumbah, Graftan, and other towns, have been served with summonses, and the cases of all of these will be heard at some in definite date in the Industrial Court, Sydney. Summonses havo also been issued against several employers for breaches of the Factories Act and Mini mum Wage Act. These will be heard in the local police courts. Regarding country employers' respect for the award of the Board, Mr. J. Durack, secretary of the union, has come to t...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

'The Waybacks Again.' Love and laughter at Dingo Flat. Book that broke Drought, 1/-. An Ex-Matron of the Condobolin Hospital Praises the Great Remedy ? Clejnents Tonic ? Many persons recommend this medicine because they see the direct result of it in renewed strength in convalescent patients. Many others also rely upon it, and recom mend it to sufferers because it. is a good nerve remedy. Here ia a testimony given by Nurse Holland, late Acting- Matron of the Condobolin Hospital, New South Wales. She writes: — 'Your medicine gives rapid relief in cases of Indigestion, Nervousness, Biliousness, Sick Headache, and Anaemia, or in poor blood in women. Often in cases in the country, where I was acting-matron, I have seen evidence of its wonderful health restoring powers in weak, anaemic and nerve-wrecked women, who, after taking a brief course of it, have recovered so much as to surprise their friends. I think this rapid nerve recovery is due to the healthful and strengthening effectthe m...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

TAEN EVERY YEAR TO HE HOSPITAL. ? $ ? With Violent Attacks of :-....? Sciatica. ??? , ???'' - ??/ ? ? * ? ? — ? ?-. -t ?.???-.- ???? . ? ? . -This Man Suffered for Fourteen y, Years but at last found a cure. ...(,..? 'Every year, for fourteen years, -as the «old weather of June came on, Mr. W. Clarke, 214 Gonger St., Adelaide, S.A., tvas taken with crippling* attacks of Sciatica, stnfcl had to lie taken to the hospital, where he* would be ah inmate for three or four ?weeks. Not a single year in fourteen was fieS' without an attack, but he passed the fifteenth without a sign of Sciatica. He had found a cure. Acting on the experi ence of others who had been cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ?? he tried them and obtained wonderful relief. The fol lowing are- Mr. Clarke's own words: — *' Some years back I got several severe wettings when out fishing. Subsequently I iwas subject to severe sciatica pains, . particularly in the back of the hips. The pains were as if someone was driving a ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

I ^KaSHBEEaiSieEBBSaBlBPBBBIBBBSffiBBEBBSBiaBEBilBBSSgasg^^^^' H IT IS NOT THE 3 I Jo!\tkso!\- Jeffries j ffi ? pictures -?; ? THAT WILL BE ALL THE RAGE, BUT THE LIVING \i ( Pictures j I That we practically make of our clients in the form of perfect-fitting1 suits B and ladles costumes at prices to meet all. 'Country friends,' SHEARERS B especially, should write us for samples, ' tapes, and measure forms. We B also pride ourselves on being all Trades UNIONISTS in the Business, and g we feel that we should receive support from our Fellow-Unionists. Every s» JJ satisfaction guaranteed. Postage paid on all orders. Eg I THE UNION LABEL CO-OPERATIVE TAILORS, g £ 623 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET. § IThe only Tailors endorsed by the Labor Council of New South Wales, § 'Phone 2183 City. W. A. HOLZIGAL, Manager. a IK5RiaiBiigi-JHiii hSEtRee kt t5 Nam e ' on EveryUbelT PERFECT jj§P\j -???-— —————— — j '?&&' g / ^f It's one of the neatest styles you can get, and THE QUALITY'S AS GO...

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LOADS THAT WORKERS HAVE TO HANDLE. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER OF CUSTOMS. SOME STARTLING STATEMENTS.—MR. TUDOR PROMISES TO HAVE BURDENS REDUCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

LOADS THAT WORKERS HAVE TO HANULEJ ? ♦ ? ? ? ? DEPUTATION TO MINISTER OF CUSTOMS. SOME STARTLING STATEMENTS.— .MR. TUDOR PROMISES TO HAVE?) BURDENS REDUCED. Discussions which lately took place in the, N.S.W. Labor Council were respon sible' for again bringing home to' the pub' - lie mind that the inhuman practice still prevails of using bags of an extraordinary weight-carrying capacity in the handling of certain classes of goods. A deputa tion of wharf laborers recently waited on the Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. Frank Tudor) at Parliament House, Mel bourne, in connection with the . same matterl The Worker gives a' full report of the proceedings on account of the in formation afforded,- and the fact '.that the gi-eat dailies gave the subject but little space. Mr, Mathews, M.H.R. Melbourne Ports, in introducing the deputation, said that there were already .regulations dealing with the importation of corn sacks, but there was not only wheat to be considered but other commodities...

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THE CAUCUS OF ONE. A GLANCE AT "RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT" IN VICTORIA. SOME ILLUMINATING PASSAGES FROM THE "LIFE OF DAVID SYME." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

I THE CAUCUS DF ONE. A GLANCE AT 'RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT' IN VICTORIA. cnme illuminating passages from the 'life of david , : . syme,' - ? ; 11 Here was the owner of a great news '? .paper drafting or; ; outlining a Gover nors : speech ?''?. on ' a Ministerial, pro-, I gramme. Tho work was done, not by I a caucus of 65 men who had but yes ! terday received the imprimatur of the' I - people, and who came here with a man \ date to do the peoples wont, out Dy ? a man who never went before the I people. A newspaper proprietor drew ? up their programme in those days, and ' it *as he who determined the personnel :? of a Ministry. Will any man dare 5 to say,' for one moment, 'that such ih ?! fluerices are compatible with that re ' iponsiblo government about which we I- have recently heard so much? '. . . . I; We' have the assurance of Mr. Deakhv j the Leader of the Opposition— who,' we I 'may be perfectly certain, is not ill j informed in this matter, but is in a I position to speak from p...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY WE NEED A NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

WHY WE NEED A NAVY. ^» ITUATED partly in the South Pacific **-*and partly in the Indean Oceans at an immense distance from any other white community, and comprising but four and a half millions. of people, bai-ely occupying a portion of a continental area, and with a vast extent of uninhabited coast fronting a continent only a week's steaming away, whereof the populations equals' that of all the rest of the globe, the position of the Australian Nation is one that no other Caucasian people occupies. It stands as an outpost of the white race facing seven hundred millions of Asiatics, mj'riads of whom look upon the. whites. as hated foes whom, in a rapidly approaching time, -they will be able to take vengeance, on for the insults and injuries of the past; whilst others of them, ambitious of dominion over the Pacific and densely packed in their own countries, look forward with eagerness and justifiable hope to the time when, at the point of the bayonet, they may find a new empire and. r...

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STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN MORE FEDERAL ENCROACHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN j MOEE FEDERAL ENCROACH | MENTS. THE steady certainty with which the ,, functions of the Australian Govern ment arc multiplying must be a source of alarm to State Mites of the. Wade kidney. Minister P^rry gave tongue to that alarm the other day, when he telegraphed furiously to the Premier of Tasmania that, in regard to the hitter's proposal to ?efe' the vexed question of interstate fruit nspection to the Federal Government, je (and Wade) would 'resist Federal interference with State matters to the Umost.' Tliis telegram was received by Premier Lewis while the Tasmanian As iembly- was discussing V.ie following mo Ion introduced by Labor Leader, Earle: — ! That, in the opinion of 'this -House, j-.the inspection charges on Tasmanian fruit .levied by other States are exorbi Ktant, and in contravention of Part ?CXII., Chapter 5, of the Commonwealth [Constitution Act; and, that it be an '.instruction to Ministers.._to invoke the Interference of the Commonwealth Par li...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

^ r ..?_;. -fliB WORKER, Business Address: 123 Bathurst Street, Sydney. 'Printed and published by Hector Lamoiul of ? ' Naralu,' Sprinj?dalo Road. Killara. for and on behalf of the Australian Workers' Union in New South Wales. Victoria, and $£}li3l A«straha, at ' The Worker ' Office 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, NfS.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.; 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 adorers at the following rates: — Year Only in Advance. Within, the Commonwealth . ? . 7/6 N.Z., ; Papiia, Fiji ? 9/6 U.K., .U.S.A., and elsewhere ? 12/ Cheques, Drafts, etc., and all Business Communications to be addressed! to The Manager. ? HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

Wrote Mary Ann' Eliza, to the Slushton Advertiser, — . ' My story I am writing, kindly print,. I'm a fully grown adult and I'm well as the result ? ? Of using Woods' Great Cure — you gave the hint. I'd a horrible bad chest, which was pain ful at the best, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ydu said would put it right, I used it, cured my cold, and my story now is told, Yours truly, MARY ANN' ELIZA BRIGHT.' ^^^rtiSj^. Walnut Hair Stain restores g __^ g K/f& ^%fl Grey Hair t0 ^rownA, ''^ ft^ ^W W / *Wi Blacko restores it to Black. U .^, a fl ^j£ /j2ij§3n Two erand preparations. \J^W ^C/^&lSisr Improve ihe growth and add- 1 3* J^sjg^i^ r^Jfe^ys-Sfil. J| life to the Hair without in- fes^-ffi-JSga jury. Low in price — but GOOD. 6d. per packajrc, 7d. posted: two packages Is. posted. Satisfaction assured or money r:!urned. Address— II A RTWEI.I, & CO. Cromwell Bldga., 36S Bourk; St., Melbourna { x ? rtggsS^^Wvnneel Cycle Tyres in Hit psrts ot the Oom-* monwealth has won a...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

afand Lasted Slippers /i\ , ^^S. and Sewn Pump Boots. 1 \ \ /S^^K^ajgrx: We stock a variety of High \jAft / I ,| §! Cla3s lines altogether superior to p^^ \ \|f I II r it* K the coarse machine-made footwear ^^T\ \ \ I i v v . Prices for Slippers from 6/6. -i1ViS^ ^. \ K W^ % Pump Boots from 12/6 to 21/-. M ^fcs^^» ^V. \ WW \ Vi Apart from the four Bhapes dis- a T»l/ ^^_ ) N^v'n W played, we stock Slippers and 3 I^E? ^Sk3' ^'\«W l\ Recreation Boots and Shoes, with (I l^W \ '^- 1\ rubber soles for tennis, golf, bowls, A f «Wl \ ^^^Ml -Post free to railway station or jg^. ^filr Btik^K ^V \ Send for illustrated catalogue. ^T^ffijraW H ©sib ^s&sIbq V'~-'»»sv ^^^rir MSNAHAN BROS., ^KilL ^ISIsK : KING, PARK, HUNTER, and - ^^sUl^k ^^^s^ ^V CROWN STREETS, SYDNEY. ^^Uteii ^^^^fe*__^ DOVI/K Jr&Uri JjU' JLr, Cor. VICTORIA & LYGON STS., CARLTON, MELBOURNE (opp. Trades Hall). In close proximity to all Tram Routes and City Baths. BesJt Wines and Spirits kept. Good Accommoda...

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MINES AND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

MINES AND MINERS. ?: ? *' - '?. A 30-inch reef, assaying 15dvrt.,'has been struck in the 700ft. level at the Gibraltar mine, Adelohg, N.S.W. * - * * ''?''?-? :,' M. Murphy, looming-, trenching, and sinking- for some . fi'rne past at Mount Doran, near Buninyong,' V., 'recently cut a leader lOin. thick, showing, rough gold in the solid stone. The Golden Hope Syndicate, prospect ing- at Blakeville, in Ballan district, ? V., for some considerable time past, struck good, sto'ne in the 60ft. level some days ago. - The stone shows gold ? freely, and makes the future prospects of the mine look bright. . ''-.''' - * - # # ?- ?..-'. ?'.',, The manager of the Paparoa coal mine, N.Z.,-, suspended two men, the reason; given being that they had been careless in firing a shot.' The employees demanded . that the men be reinstated,- but this was re fused, and all the men struck'! Over 100 men are, idle. - . iv ?-.. ... \ ' ;??? ,'#...'#.. * ? ' ?'''?. :- The directors of the Broken Hill Pro prietary...

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THE REAL MOTOR POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

^m Jit- Jff- JL^^ JL^^ JLh^ Ju sl Jsm# JL * & ^w^ «BL ^«f^ JiLxk jj. ^*^^ v^ v ^^^£ Jl^L m There are 4413 children under 16 years of age in the factories of New South Wales.

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MAINLY POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

I MAINLY RPUTICAL I Ur x cook says that the Australian - navr' is a reproductive work. This argu '-m**t is scarcely worth powder and shot. \ ? . # ? ? ! k bni going through the Australian Par liament appropriates £3,500,000 to create [B trust fund for old-age pensions for ?the next two years.. i # * ? I The Chapman provision against back I breaking cornsacks was only applicable to I imported goods. The present Minister of i Customs proposes to extend the pro l bibition of sacks over 2001b. to the export : trade. ? ? ? ] The 'Daily Telegraph' headed the yap 1 0{ Messrs. Willie Kelly, J. Cook, and I Bruce Smith about the financing of the ? Australian fleet as ' Federal Opposition I in Ignorance.' After all it is its normal B condition. ; . ? -. I In carrying a vote of £5,250,000 for ? - five months' expenditure the Wade Go B vernment shows what sort of irrespon ? Sible Government it is. The new Parlia ? ment will have its hands tied for half a H year's expenditure.' i ? * ? - H Waddel...

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NEW SOUTH WALES P.L.L EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES P.LL EXECUTIVE MEETING. At a special meeting of the Executive held on the 28th inst, the President, Mr. ?. J. Minahan, M.L.A., occupied the chair. New Branches. New branches established at the fol lowing centres on the dates named were endorsed: — Alsfonville, June 28; Hamil ton, July 20; Harwood, June 29; Jam beroo, July 23; Jindera, July 6; Stockin bingal, June 25; Woodford, July 22. State Selections. The local returning- officer, Broken Hill P.L.L., reported the result of the Selec tion Ballot to be as follows, viz.: — J. H. xCann, M.L.A ? 395 W. B. Driscoll ? 48 The report was adopted, and the name of J. H. Cann added to the list of endorsed candidates. A recommendation from the Grafton and Ramornie branches in favor of Mr. W. Cahill was focwardeel by the local secretary, and Mr. Cahill was selected and endorsed as the Labor candidate for the Clarence. For Raleigh the following names were submitted for selection, vizr— J. S. Garden James Kiernan A. G. Humby / Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

Starts Saturday, Aug. 6 ; Ends Aug. 20. Final Reductions of 25 to 50 Per Cent 21/- Overcoats, Chesters, or Paddock . . . f Eg /ff Paddock or Chesterfield. Blue and Grey Meltons, or Fancy Shower- M«J/lfl proofs, Gauntlet or Plain Cuffs. Well made. Regularly 21/-. To clear at 25/- Overcoats, in 2 Styles, 19/11. Two styles, Chesterfield and Pa-rJdock. Serviceable stripes, Checked ¥fa /F¥ Tweeds, Herringbones, Showerproofs, latest colorings. Broad, Concave, a jN? / | jj Shoulders. All sizes. Regularly 23/-. NOW ? *.«*?/«.» 25/-, 30/- Blue and Grey Meiton Overcoats (only 6's and 7's). NOW ? 19/11 OUR GREAT OVERCOAT SPECIAL. AH SO/-, 35/-, 37/6, 40/- Overcoats, Now 22/11. (Sizes 5 to 8 only.) In 6 Styles, Quality Fabrics of English and Australian Tweeds, Fancy g% g^ /'ffS1 Worsteds, Blue Meltons and Friezes. Latest handsome colorings. Every £, / I f U 30/-, 35/-, 37/6, and 40/- Overcoat, 5's to S's only. NOW ? : . . . *'' '^ / aa . .??' 37/S Showerproofs (combined Cold aad Wet Weather Coa...

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