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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

WHEN BUYING LAGER STIPULATE J : ? v ?'?? '?? ?'?? ^1 . ' . ? .?:?- m Toohey's New Production ? ...'???. ? ?' ?? -- '??????? 'si-i ::u ??-??? \....;; i ITS AUSTRALIAN ; j AND UNRIVALLED ? ' 1 J^BJlfllilllll^^ ii'' ''liiif^'1^ ''^jjjlk^^m^' 'iiiiiir iinWiiJ rJi^ll^iWi^i^ltti^iM

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

AN UNSEEN ENEMY. \ ? ' :i AS THE ARROW STRIKES. ; The Arrow has won many battles, taken ^ toll -jf millions of lives ; to this dny, with the s added terror of a poisoned barb, it is the ) weapon of the savage. But with all its J dcaoliness, its 'record of killing is as nothing beside Infectious Disease, for as the arrow of the lurking savage strikes, SO STRIKES DISEASE. Just as die air carries Die arrow in its flight, so does it also carry the Germ, or seed of Infection. The Germ strikes unexpectedly ; you cannot see or hear or feel u, but where it falls it breeds Disfcase, THE SUREST DEFENCE k a Disinfectant, because Jhe only way to rob a germ of its infecting power is to kill it right out But as the germs are invisible the Disinfectant must be so used as to reach and catch them all. It should, therefore, enter , into general household use, and the Disinfect ant which does this most widely ...f 15 LIFEBUOY SOAP. ' To make 'your home gerin-frce use _ Lifebuoy Soap throughout.. Wash ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOLSHEVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

BOLSHEVISM. A sun's aflame in the eastern- sky With promise of wond'rOus day, A song's athrill in- the bush land nigh With note of a wond'rous lay. v The clank of a million chains awakes The echoes of rock-scarred time, As the gathered might of an aeon- bre' The fetters that bound in grime. And elated rise the storied dead ?? From their graves that blazed the way, With shrouds inscribed with tilings thejr said In the womb of yesterday. The things that were red and wild and mad, The chimera things of dream. That are wrought to-day to make the sai the glad of the new regime. Thte slave of a thousand years is free, ' . But tatters of chains remain, A relic of man's barbarity He never will wear again. The slave of a thousand years is free. Good, God! is it true at last? Our liberty, love, fraternity, . The goal Of the-fnartyred past W. H. LEVEY. Forest Lodge.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE MEETINGS. PARKES FEDERAL ELECTORATE LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

LEAGUE MEETINGS. .?'it*!''! jTj ' ' ' ' ' ' - ; , PARKES FEDERAL (ELECTORATE ' ' LABOR COUNCIL. : The first meeting of the New Year was held on Thursday, January 9, in the Ash field Town Hall, and the fine attendance of delegates from the various Leagues augurs well for the coming year. The election of officers for 1919 resulted, in the following delegates being elected: — President, ' Mr. H. Falvey (Ashf ield) ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Cranney (Ash field), Hood (Five Dock), McDonagh (Pnchbowl), and Sharpe (Canterbury); Secretary, Mr. F. J. Stevens (Drum moyne); Assistant Secretary, Mr. F.. Fin nan (Haberfield) ; Treasurer, Mr.' Willis (Punchbowl); Auditors, Messrs. Richards (Campsie) and Gardiner (Belmore.) After the usual lengthy business sheet had been disposed of delegates decided to send a letter of congratulation to Alder man John English on his election as Lord Mayor of Sydney. Alderman English is a member of the Burwood League, which is represented- on the Council, and Park...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PETER SIMONOFF. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

PETER SIMONOFR 1 li} connection with: the recent trial of the. Russian Consul -General for Australia. Mr. Peter Simonoff, under the War Pre cautions Act, in connection with which an appeal is now pending, the following is a copy of a letter which has been for warded by the appellant to the Acting Prime Minister. Comment is needless: — 22 Sir John Young's Crescent, tower Domain, Sydney, January 13, 1919. The Hon. W. W. Watt, Acting Prime Minister, Commonwealth of Australia, Melbourne. Dear Sir,— I have just received informa tion from Mr. Considine, M.P., stating the terms laid down by you in which you suggest that I apply for suspension of sentence conditional upon my leaving the country. Though it is my desire to leave the country, I am compelled- to recognise that under such conditions as these 1 would be placed in the false position of resorting to an illegal action, and such an action would make it appear that I 'was endeavoring to. escape. ? Viewing the matter .in such _a light,...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

y !«!' ' : '-: ' : ^ drink ? ???; ' .' :'7.;:.: || ? \ _ ;..:.!?-?? ' 4ijstralian '? V ??'.;?- ?' |- 1LA6ER DINNER ALE i I STOIJT AND XXX ALE (Bulk) ..--.- .;?' .?'BOt$HEVJSM^f '?-,-: ~ - ' / ' New pamphlet by .Maurice, fnacktiurn, 4a. j; ?^Coming -Slavery/J-?.-2/8; ^l/ane'st '?'One ' -«Mg ' Union,' ,1/5 . (2 ^Kenaid-.-woi-ksfe-^ein -Mann'c . '^HdicaHsfli,' ^f/ttt^^^^^fepSfl^manas AtfyBg.' 'l/Jt^l^J^^^SsBBR^f i$$&££z!i joe Gardiner, ::;::' . W«.— Men's Black . Calf Cossacks, full easy fitting, pegged soles. Sizes 5 to 10. Joe Gardiner's A/11 New Year Special Price ?/?* N.S.VVi postage. J-'-; Interstate, 1/8. : -Troubles ? f^~^Y ' ' '*J'~' I W65.— Men's Sturdy Black Calfskin Buckle Cctsacks, easy to slip on or off, no lace .troubles, , hand -pegged poles, reliable working- cossaeks, iis used in Irani and rail service.. Sizes .j to 10. ? Joe Gardiner's A -Q ' New Year Special Price */?» N.S.W. postage, 1/-; Interstate, 1/8. . 14/11 X* .A W67.f-Men's Tan Willow Calf Lace Boots,...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

PEACE. Rumors gentle, yet persistent, nothing definite nor clear, ; Born of longing universal seem. to fill the, atmosphere; Doubt and fear are intermingled, helping to increase ' ?...'' Longing for the confirmation of a lasting peace. ''?? : . » . ''r After, years of bitter turmoil, strife, and galling tears, .. . . . . . : .? Wanton blood-lust, burning hatred, a'gony and fears, ? . ' .-'.' .' - ' ?'' Comes a gentle rumor floating far from o'er the :seas, : .?: ?- ? ?' ? Like a breath 6t heavenly incense watted on. the breeze. 'Peace!' The very word 'inspires us, lifts our souls on high, As the nigh't' of blood and slaughter surely passeth by, . . - *H And the dawn of peace in breaking wipes away all tears, ... .. . ?-*;?..?;..,-. ? formulates a purpose noble fpr'Jthe. com ing years. . .''.' /;? sin ? - Nevermore shall bloody war-lust rent the world in twain, ..???? Nevermore shall countless millions bleed and die for gain; , .. Nevermore ? shall toiling masses ? here, and o'er the...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

I Jndd'sSpeech | from the Dock Hp*?' '? vf IS NOW IN THE PRESS. He|^'3SJa^-ies will be available in a few days. B^^ f SfiND YOUfc ORDERS NOW. JPfc,, 'JPfjHCE. 64. per Copy, or 5/- per dozen, k£,-V4»v .. ' Port*** Hgj^gptta «U. vdera to— ?'.,.. . ,.-.-'?,' ^9.1A,^V-«^, Itawon Qhambere, ; ' ?Ete.^:- ^*w«v JPiftce -jorb^fiy ~ ' ' ;?£' ?«Kv: -:????.??.. ? ?-.- ???? ^. ? '-??:*'.?:??*

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIMONOFF MUST NOT GO TO JAIL. APPEAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

SIMONOFF MUST NOT GO TO JAIL. appeal Fund. As already notified, an appeal on be jhalf of Peter Simonoff is now being made. 1 Workers in Australia well realise the hostility of their Government to them selves, and while .for a time they may have to submit to the galling -injustice, yet *' it Is their duty to protect 'th^ stranger * jwithin their gates.' V Peter Simonoff is one of themselves, (and all are entreated to assist. Every jpenny forwarded will be acknowledged f £h these columns. -.????'.. . SIMONOFF APPEAL. 'Amount previously acknowledged £44 2 6 */M. MoAUney ? 0 10 0 ^, -'Worker' Trustees, per ♦..,.- 0 3 8 £-h\lllp^N«fsCon. League «...*. S i) 0 ?.jA.M.iJ. Western Branch ....... 20 0 0 -.fL Smyth .........?.»..»«.....» ©30 ;^ W, Lynch. ? .-...«»*.??..«»- 0 $ 0 ?y (Auburn A.L.P. «».w.-.,. ..»?#: 1 I 0 ' C. Sheatian, Victoria -«-^.n-r 0* & 0 fC «C. Riao ..... ..«.*.. ..y,.f^..v 0 {6 0 flBobtty M»»«.M.M ??:»«». ?«.?.:» OS 0 'ZpM. .» ? ..,..,*.....«.* 0 2 6 ' jSouth Coas...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. In .reply, ;to -the. query in last week's J'iebor News,' as to the authorship, etc., Oteome fltt&J-ed verses, E. Gltn, of Camp - ale, verydklndly supplies the complete ' . poem, . the . authoress being the well known Ella Wheeler Witeox, and the Verses being published in her volume, ''Poems of Cheer.' We reprint the com plete and correct version:— INTO SPACE. . If the sad old world should jump a cog ?' Sometime in its dizzy spinning, And go off the track with a sudden jog, What an end would come to the sinning? , What a rest from strife and the burdens of life tTor the millions of people in it, , IVliat a way out of care, worry, and wear, All in a beautiful minute? A-S round the sun, with a curving sweep, It hurries and runs and races, ; . Should it lose its balance and go with a leap . Into the vast sea spaces, , .What a blessed relief it would bring to the ? «* grief . - !A.nd the trouble and toil about us . to be suddenly hurled from the solar w...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISARMAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

DISARMAMENT: When I was a boy I was- an obstinate, argumentative ' quarrelsome young dog, with none of^ that angelic patience and toleration for which I am now specially distinguished. v One day I had a fight With several pther young sruffians, as.bad as myself; or nearly so. We were in a big, dry stony river bed, and armed ourselves with sharp, - murderous stones for a- final contest. Before this scrap came off w-5 began to parley while each kept his -deadly mis siles In hand ready to let fly If anyone started to rfcnew hostilities. You s«e, visiohs came to; bur minds of the' return home, and the heavy hands of our fathers, and even -the cold prison cell and the hangman's rope, ? if anybody got skittled -in the lust for revenge. . :! At last, one fellow said,' ''Well, you drop your rocks, 'aiid I'll drop, hiine.' .VAI-.' right,' I replied for my s-ide; 'you drop yours first, and I'll drop mine.' . To this the other chap said, 'No, you started it. so drop yours first.' This brought ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE IN SIGHT. Its Relation to Prices AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

mm m $Mt^ Its Relation to Prices AN INTERESTINC INTERVIEW. Reference to conflicting opinions held by traders generally as to the disturbed condition of the market for woollen goods, materials for suitings, etc., prompted a call upon IVir. J. ^L. Glick, Managing Director of the Adelaide Tailoring Com r-anv. 'whose ? larere tailoring ? interests throughout -. the -. Commonwealth make him well qualified to speak on the subject. CORNERING THE CORNERS. Mr. Glick was seen at his Sjrtney Head quarters at the intersection of Georg-e and Market Streets, smd an early chance re mark as to the splendid corner position drew -a smile from Mr. Glick* - . '^Corners are . my pet weakne/SSk' he said. .'I have fiip, corners in six. cities;'.' That Mr! Glick's' speciality in this direction is ; based on a souhdr business instinct is shown by tlie fact tliat the. firm has now established flourishing .busir nesses in Sydney, Melbourne, , Adelaide, Perth, Kalgoorlie, and Fremantle. FROM FIVE TO FIVE HUNDR...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

m COMMONWEALTH HOTEL l^vf OEORGE AND PARK STREETS m#i':*'^ ? ' . ? ? . '? ' -?. . W$&? -WHERE EVERJTHixG IS OF THE jgp»; ??/?????- ' : ?BBBt.v ? ?'?'?' pf|^ :' 3. BARRETT. Proprietor. SF^:^ ??-: : | Tailored in | Workrooms, Df«ss Well and Look Well ' Order your next Suit ' '. \ . From ' . ''?..' , 73?-Gi««rae -Street, Ha/market, and ;wQtorge Street («pp. Lauetteifs)* ' * ? A Choice Selection of All Wool Suitings, Fox's Serge A.L.P. SUNDAY MEETINGS. DOMAIN, 19th JANUARY, 1919. Chair: SENATOR Jr. GRANT.: * ' . - . : .'.'. Speaiwipi; .. '..; ? . J. _; ^P. Osborne. M.L.A., P. O'LougbJin, MLL^, Mr. Gavitt Sutherland, Mr. M. Swfeney^, ?-;::.-_^h. ...... ,'.- ..*. ?*;..' ... . ''-1 .,;- ADELAIDE TAILORING C0.[ j ADELAIDE CORNER, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS, / 'I |]

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGES FOR WHEAT LUMPING. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

WAGES FOR WHEAT LUMPING. The award rate for wheat lumping has been -fixed for 5/- for:each hundred bags carried. and stacked. Vague rumors have been circulated in the columns .of jour nals .controlled -.by Sussex-Jstreet settlers and Pitt-street farmers as to the fabulous wages which are being made at the wheat lumpirig business. As the result of very careful investigation it lvas been ascer tained that 'lumping' a 2001b. bag. of wheat means oh the average lifting that weight nine feet perpendicularly and carrying it twenty-seven feet. This is an average calculated from a very large number of obseravtions -made in different localities and under varying conditions. Therefore the earning of 5/- at wheat lumping means an average expenditure of muscular energy equivalent to carrying a weight of 2001b. half a mile up to the top of a mountain nine hundred feet high oVer a very rough trade. To earn the alleged pound a day which the Sussex-street settler declares to 'be the average earning ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TREATMENT OF RETURNING "A LIFE OF THE OCEAN WAVE." OFFICERS IN CLOVER. MEN IN PIG-STYES. SPARTAKUS SUGGESTS THE, REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

|- WE TKATMENT-OF RETURNING ?'A LIFE ONJTHE ;OCEAN iW^VE.' ' v OFFICERS IN CLOVER. ' - MEN IN PIG-STYES. JBPARTAKUS SUGGESTS THE, REMEDY. : s^The charges made by, returned Austra lian soldiers from the transport .'Sardinia' of bad food and rotten treatment on the borne ward voyage are -being investigated by a- military court, and are bo far very interesting. Still there's no particular novelty about' such charges, and it's safe .to say there will be nothing novel about the result of the- Inquiry. The: military offi-, cers holding1 the. inquiry belong, to the same favored class as the saloon passen gers on ttfe Sardinia, who enjoyed all the op'en space, lovely cabins,* enow-white linen, and luxurious food, which was pain fully absent from the men's quarters. No inquiry is going to alter these conditions to any substantial degree. The one easy, cheap, and sensible remedy is quite too simple for any court of military officers to recommend. That. remedy is for offi cers and men to all t...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE RABBIT INDUSTRY. (The Editor. "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

I ^CORRESPONDENCE. U :'?{ THEfipVERNMENT AND THE '? , j * iV^ABBIT INDUSTRY. ; ,.^ '! fThe '' ''&&VL&V ' VThe LaWr ? News.*) Sir, — Please fjnd enclosed, for publica tion in ? your paper, an- article on .the doings of the rabbit combine, which the (tartly papers , refused to publish.T—J. , ''Bailey., -i . ? . :. ?? . .There has appeared in the press during th\e last few weeks a number of ? letters dealing with the. rabbit pest as it is Bow affecting the.- man on, the land ? ? .'? What I desire to do is to draw the at ,. .teintion of the public of New South Wales 'to! the attitude of the Government towards %bjj suppression of a curse, whose destruc ti^fe powers are equalled by few, if any, ' of the ihany : visitations that affect' the primary producers. .-During April, 1918, the N.S.W. Govern ment transferred the powers of respon sible government to the Meat Board of NiS.W. The Meat Board, through their /Chairman, entered into a contract between ? the Imperial...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM IN THE A.I.F. AND THE "HERALD" OFFiCE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

SOCIALISM IN THE A.I.F. AND THE ^HERALD' OFFICE. f| This is no sensational disclosure of an unsuspected sentiment rampant in the overseas forces, nor of Bolsheviki camou flaging themselves in the hood of 'Gran- ny.' It simply aspires to be an analyti cal study of conditions preparing in Ihe most thorough and reliable manner the_ way for Socialism in quite unlikely places.. It' is intended to demonstrate that the work of constructing the very foundation of an edifice of Socialism, indispensable if that edifice is to rear its walls quickly and soundly, a social consciousness, is be ing entirely neglected by the revolution ary movement, but, strangely enough, is being zealously taken in hand by our ene mies, and, more strangely still, with the immediate object, far from contributing to the establishment of Socialism, of com bating its possibility. It is as thougW in feverish haste a builder lays a new foun dation beneath a falling ruin on the one available site, in order that a rival m...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LABOR DAILY. (The Editor. "The Labor News.") [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

OUR LABOR DAILY. (The Editor, 'The Labor News.') .' Sir,— It is good to see 'The Labor News' reviving the question of the necessity for the immediate raising of more funds to ensure the successful launching of the Labor daily newspaper. Indeed, it should be the aim and ambition of every Trade Union as a Union, and every unionist as an individual to get busy in this connec tion without delay, and not stop until the huge printing plant has been actually set in motion. 'Give us this day our daily paper' should be our fervent wish and as piration night and morn until our object has been achieved. It is not only the printed lies and wil fully distorted views published broadcast by the capitalistic press concerning Labor that we have- to . fight. The callaus' sup pression of the fundamental truths and facts on w'hifet£-b4r7Mdvement is based is a death dealing devicg^hich the piratical prints neve'r fail to use ;_ftf conjunction wlfii their outpourings of mendicity. That this weapon of slu...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILD LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

CHILD LABOR. 'Sir, — when returning, by the 9 o'clojclt boat to Manly last night *I' noticed; a'; fcKild sitting down halt asleep; alongside of him was a tray of chocolates, which he was supposed to be selling. I. asked him his age, and he told me he; was ten years old, that he starred work on the boat selling chocolates at 3.30 p.m., and finished at 10.30 p.m., reaching: his home at .11.30 p.m., and for this work heieceived 10'/ per week iii addition to 10 per cent, on goods sold, wheih amounted to from A/- to C/- per week. Is it to be wondered that the child grows up without education, and worn out before. he is grown up? What state of mind' caii this child be in to start his school work in the morning, more particularly, as in many instances, his food is not sufficiently nourishing? — J. Hanson, Manly, January 4.' The above letter appeared in the 'Syd- ney Morning Herald,' which paper would be terribly shocked, no doubt, but builds up its enormous income just because these iniqui...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ANCIENT LIE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 18 January 1919

AN ANCIENT LIE. An inspired statement is going the rounds of the press to the effect that the communal ownership of women is an essential feature of Russian communism. If this statement has any foundation, but side of the imagination of a hired North - cliff e scribe, it probably emanates, from the Russian Holy Synod. This is the ecclesiastical body which persistently affirms that one of the most essential rite? in connection with the Jewish cele bration of the Passover Feast is the mur der of an infant offered up for sacrificial purposes. ? : , Exactly the same charge of making women common property was one of the favorite devices of* old Roman ecclesiasti cism, and it was always hurled against the parly Christian Communal Churches. As a matter of cold historical fact the only well established case on record where women were made. common property by, legislative enactment is to be found in British Imperial Blue Book Regulations which provide in the case of indentured labor that . o...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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