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RAILWAY UNIONS' AMALGAMATION. A CONFERENCE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

EAILWAY UNIONS' AMALGA MATION. A CONFERENCE PROPOSAL. I Three Unions of railway- ? employees Kexist in Victoria, and it is desired that ' Kan amalgamation should be effected. KThey are the Amalgamated Society of IlKaihvay Employees, the Traffic arid Tran sportation Society, and. the ; Locomotive [iEnsine-drivers, Firemen : and ? Cleaners' I^Association. A conierence . nas axeiuij I 'been held on the subject by r.epresenta I rtives of the two first-named societies, I and a proposal has been .made that a S ..body, to be known as ? the Victorian Rail I Avays Union, should be created, It is pro f; vided that the members of the Union Mhould be attached to various; branches I'^as follows:— 1, Transportation; 2, .ways Land works: 3, general rolling stock; 4, ^traffic .(including enginemen)''; /Ha,' tele Fgra'pli; G,' electric tramways; 7,- clerical. I Under the proposal each branch would ijfoe self-governing, with managing, com |5mittees and sub-branches in local dis 1'tricts. The State wo...

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

IS ONE OF THE (11 'III I |j I * Every EARL.Y SYMPTOMS :. - B) fi I i L^f&s* Pi^uro OTHERS ARE ' ' ;- ? ? jfflP^^^M^ mI ^^^^^M HEADACHE, PnP ' ^iSiS^vC ' ^ -^^^W^^ NERVOUSNESS, §Jf| j j| j ||| f J^jfj^ CONSTANT '. . !|||3iii!sV ^$\f\^ TIREDNESS. |^f'#S I il I'lk^^'' '// m\M~ DROPSICAL I |n| | lipIR^' | J'P //M/f\i SWELLINGS, ' I'll ^^^^^m ? ^.jl 9M\ RHEUMATISM' ''*- ?-????--? ! 1 ! W^^^r^^^^ '^i/^wfnilw BACKACHE, Wi^^Si^^^^^^^^ GRAVEL, AND Wfm^WW^^^^^^ BROKEN SLEEP. y* 'H^^IL If' SEVERE BACKACHE. 'My rest was disturbed. Could not do my work.' Cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Mrs. L. May, 34 Wilson-street, Redfern; ?''?Sydney, says: — 'For seven years I suffered torture from backache. I could not get about to- do my work, and to bend my back was dreadful agony, and I could not straighten up after stoop ing, without assistance. My rest was disturbed, for I could not lie in one position for more than a few minutes, on account of the pain. Remedy after .-remedy ?failed me, ...

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

JOHNSON ©* SOM®, LEATHER .MERCHANTS. IMPORTERS OF GRINDERY AND FINDINGS, BOOT UPPE-R MANUFACTURERS LARGE STOCK OF BOOT UPPERS ON HAND. MANUFACTURED FROM BEST MATERIALS. SEND FOR QUOTATIONS, 203 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY, ALSO AT BRISBANE. MELBOURNE, AND LONDON. THE STANDARD GETTING OF THE STATE. Better In Quality, ar.d, ewin;j to its loose roll, less costly to erect than any jmported Netting. MADJB IN AUSTRALIA All S'*es; Black, Black Oiled and Galvanised NeUlng. W^oJSvwl *2 AIS!D 14 GAUGE. ^egajjlaaf^ j SSSsllfigp^ii FULL LENGTH ON EACH REEL. ^^M^ f^saSsS tgi ijl Made from American Wire. a7 a r v ' l°wa ' Pattern and ' Special ' f '( ; Iowa Pattern. (Waukegan) Pattern. Special Pattern. LYSAGHT BROS, a? CO., LTD., Wire Netting, Barh Wire, & Zinc White Manufacturers, 39 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. WORKS — Chlswlck, Parramatta River. You can get It from any Stora— \ LYSAGHT'S NETTING AND BARB WIRE. tent Lace Boots, pump A41.— Men's Hijrh-e-irTP A55.— Men's Calf Cos ' ifolt'ic ' o^-e...

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

Said Thompson's wife, ' Insure your life, ! And the policy give to me.' ' We are insured, bar accidents We can't forsee,' said he. ! ' I've Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for colds, And coughs, here at my hand.' Said she, 'It's clear we needn't fear, Your faith I understand* .;'?' . . 1

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RURAL AND GENERAL WORKERS' FEDERATION. Objects. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

RORAL AND GENERAL WORKERS1 FEDERATION. Objects. To combine the rural and general wonce.3 _« In one association for the purpose of securing to them a just reward for their industry. Contribution. ' The minimum rate of membership, 10s. per year Such subscription to include a copy of ' The Worker,' the official organ of Fede ration Any member of A.W.U. already re ceiving ' The Worker ' to get a concession or 4s. on his ticket. , . . All rural workers are urged to 30m tne Union and assist to better their conditions. Tickets obtainable from organizers or agents. All communications to be addressed to the General Secretary, Trades Hall- Melbourne. List of Agents, Victoria. Bacchus Marsh— D. McCormack. Ballarat East— P. F. McMahon, Yarratyee street. Berriwillock — A. Brown. Birchip— C. Williams. Bonnie Doon— R. S. Kelly. Ui'siii.t-'lri — M. Quinn. _ Carron— F. Fianklm. Casterton— W. E. Kelly. Castlemaine--M. Connell. Charlton— W. Curnell. Coleraine— R. Coustley. Condah— J. H. Black. Croswic...

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CLERKS AND THEIR WAGES. N.S.W. OPPOSITION ADVOCATE FAIR TREATMENT. Premier Wade's Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

CLERKS AND THEIR WAGES, N.S.W. OPPOSITION ADVOCATE FAIR TREATMENT. Premier Wade's Promise. The csae of the clerks and their exclu sion from the schedule of the Industrial Disputes Act was brought vigorously to the fore by Mr. Carmichael last week, when he moved for an adjournment of the N.S.W. Assembly. There were, Mr. Car michael said, 15,000 clerks in New South Wales, who formed the worst sweated body in the community. These had been refused registration under the Industrial Disputes Act, though their average wages were no more than 25s. or 30s. a week. The Premier, in reply, said the case of the clerks was ' a flimsy pretext ' on which to put the Government on trial. He had promised at Chatswood some time before to give those employees redress, but it would have to be by a measure dif ferent from the Industrial Disputes Act. _A.fter(?o»Tje hfcVling-, , the Premier snid he would make the method by which this was to be effected clear when he moved to introduce the bill. He would ma...

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

Tiir FIGHT IN NSW I I liL » IU.II.I. Ill IIbUbIIh ; -fpp Fibcral Party!' . i ' ?'.*?' ?-?'-: '? The cry from King: — i 'May-man?— Nay, man!' ! ' ? '?''?.'*.'' \ AccOrding to Minister Lee, the abolition oi the Legislative Council would not be 'of the slightest benefit to the man on .v» land. Mr. Lee forgets that it would ibg a precious benefit to the man who \haj no land and needs some. .e ? . # # * THE FIRST MOVE. In the war against Wade and his Bosses' ; Brigade, iToumust labor with heart and with soul; ?Und the first move to make is to make ?. no mistake, , - ? About seeing your names on the Roll. I * v .-??? ? . ? I' Mr. E. Farrar, president of .the Labor ? Council of N.S.W., speaking at Manly on ? July 30, in reference to the wholesale dis tttribution of literature in Middle Harbor B?re the Labor Party and the - marriage ?ttie: 'It was the slums of the city .and Kthe hovels iri the country that the Labor ?'Party intended to destroy— not the mar ?petie.' # # # B One of the recent...

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SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES.' - ALBURY— B. C. Loyd. ALEXANDRIA— J. R. Dacey, M.L.A. ALLOWR1E— C. W. Craig. ANNANDALE— G. M. Davidson. ? - ARMIDALE— F. H. Bryant. ASHBURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A. - ASHFIELD— W. B. Prendergast. BALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.'A. BAT HURST— J. F. Coates. '* BELMORE— P. J. Minahan,' M.L.A. BiNGARA— G. R'. W. McDonald. BLAYNEY— G. S. Beeby, M.L.A. BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. BROKEN HILL— J. H. Can'n, M.L.A. ' , BURWOOD— Thomas Tytherleigh. ' ' BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A. CAM DEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertson* ? M.L.A. ? CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. CASTLE REAGH, THE -J. L. Trefle, M.L.A. COBAR— D. Macdonell, M.L.A. COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A. COROWA— -J. GRANT. DARLING HAREOR— J. P. :^Cochrait M.L.A. DARLING, THE— J. C.'.Mee'han, M.L.A* DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald. DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A, DURHAM— A. Elkin. GLEBE, THE— Thomas Keegari. GLOUCESTER— Con. Hogan. - , GORDON— C. Von Hagsn. / GOUGH— H. Co.lditz. GOULBURN— Perc...

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RETAIL BUTCHERING BOARD. AWARD FOR COUNTRY DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

RETAIL BUTCHERiNG BOARD. AWARD FOR COUNTRY DISTRICTS. The award of the Butchering (Retail) Board's award for Goulbtirn, Albury, and adjoining districts, fixes the hours of labor at 59 per week for all employees connected with the trade in raw and cooked meats and small goods. Starting and leaving off times during the summer months (October to March inclusive) are on ivionaays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesdays, 5 a.m. and 12 noon; Saturdays 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. During other months these times are moved on one hour except on Satur days, when the leaving-off 'time remains 9 p.m. One hour for each meal is al lowed. Wages are: General shopman and salter £3; other shopmen, £2 12s. 6d.; smallgoods men, £3; salter, £3; carter and assistant, £2 10s.; carter, £2 5s.; general shopman and slaughterman, £3; beef carter, £2 5s.; other employees as sisting in cutting or delivering meat, £2 10s. Men driving cutting carts are general shopmen, and must get not less than £3....

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

A WATCH WITH A REPUTATION] °S°/f^\ JOE DAVIS' SPECIAL LEVER 1 7/fim.^wJl IS A HIGH-GRADE WATCH I I/O ^{J^ AT A LOW PRICE. .j-aggipijglsiaiu' Strong Nickel or Oxidised Case, dust j-^g^!^^^^^^^^K. proof or water-tight. Guaranteed for ' ^^^^^gj^si^g:^^^^^!^ 10 years and to keep perfect time all Je^' **^ mIi solid silver case, 3oT 'I mllVL x?^3^*^. t UmW Sent postage paid to any address, and witvlta^k yw vk jeti&nHJ&l after a week's trial should it not give \S|\^5^' i. *» ^| ^^w^raflw every satisfaction you can return it I xKSfcxv AkA \Mv J/Jtj&U anc' nave y°ur money back. I pS'Su'SySaiSSS^A^l \£St 26 PARK STREET, SYDNEY, ' youUmoney.aklne Selecti°ns' and saVG Estab. 30 years. One door from Pitt St. I JL JL JL JL 4^^9 Pgy^jyj^MMft^pB^E5|ffKjigjjgj J[ £^Z^ THE J^Bm PIANO . (Trade Mark) I I | ELVY & CO. (only), 329 George St., Sydney, j Lw ? ^aaagn From 3^55, ^45, C^S, taa^OE^J AUSTRALIA'S BEST BRAND | j ~~~^ | j FOR f Sold by all Leading Retailers in Austr...

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

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the celebrated family. More joy, more laughter, 1s.

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NEWCASTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

NEWCASTLE NOTES. The miners of the north are greatly indignant at the attitude of Mr. Pater son on the wages board, and contend that it would be more manly on his part to resign. Mr. Paterson is forever telling us that he has some startling revelations to make regarding the strike. It is about time he made them, or else held his tongue. The miners are going to have a day off to welcome their comrades home. At the meeting of the Newcastle Eight Hour Committee on Thursday last it was de cided that that body should be repre sented at the home-coming, and Messrs. E. J. Brent, T. J. Waters, H. H._Lloyd, and R. J. Kempster were appointed for tho purpose. The shopkeepers of Newcastle and dis trict have determined to take a poll in favor of Saturday half-holiday, and it is a foregone conclusion that Saturday will bo canned. The bakers' award is working favorably, and the Union has received an impetus in membership. Mr. T. J. Waters, secretary of the New castle branch of the Australasian Fed...

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FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. ' Last week a party of Senators visited Canberra, axid carefully inspected the proposed site of the Austi'alian Capital. A smaller party subsequently proceeded to Dalgety. - Both parties Avere accom panied - by a representative of Ti»B Woukk'r, and we hope to place before our readers some interesting1 facts relating to this important, matter at an early date. . - ??*- - ...-,. , -1

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

i I The Best ; Second-Hand ?. PIANOS Lowest Mates | Can be obtained at Our Exchange Department. We offer you excellent instruments, «m the. Easiest teiwis in t)ie State. j tm ? .. ? « CALL & SELECT Mfl»l£*cK FROM THE OrillSlll FOLLOWING— -,_. BRINSMEAD, B^H^rtf^ MIGNON, iTIalllJ STEEDMAN, __ VICTOR, fifc/iiT*rfcl SCHWECHTEN, U'epOl. COLLARD, * RENARDI, * A* RONISCH, |j|U, And Numerous Others. I 9 Barrack-street, Sydney. GOBAR. BEN MARQUARDT for Best Bicycles, Sun dries, and Repairs. Next A.W.U. Agent. ' 'PRANK GRILL., Grand Hotel. Best House 'JL in Town for Civility and Attention. GO to A. B. CAMPBELL'S for CLOTHING and BOOTS, MARSHALL. STREET. r'TJULLO! Where to?' 'HARRY NEW i JLA BERRY'S EMPIRE HOTEL for Cirility and Attention.' Workers. Patronise. MA. DAVIDSON, A.W.U. Agent, the . Premier Hairdressing Saloon, near the ,Grcat Western Hotel. Tobacconist, Stationer, and Fancy Goods. Don't forget the address. J Iff^HOMAS CLARKE, RAILWAY HOTEL. 1 JL First-class Accommodation. ...

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

''-'HPROUD'jS Folding Leather 21/ Watch Case a ^'^ L-Tu-ji5S'^^S^fc^j^^u jFlttod Wlfcll 13LVSQ K6yiGS3 ^^^^fjS^^iiji^^^^^-. *- suited for travelling j folds fmftlA- \ ^ i lili^^^^^^ft UP so ^a* ^a^ ^ can ^e Sift/ ^LJ /ilil^^^^^K^ carried in the pocket. Very liPi&y A S^^plfi^^^^^y useful on the dressing-table, ^^^^^^^wlflra^^^^^ since it stands open, as shown You can get it as easily through the post as by calling : in person. W. J. prOUd, Jewellers % Gem jYTerchants, 187 piii Si. (near Tan ffsu, Sydney. Hatton Garden, London. - Make-up your mind to own a home site vv^*V Av. / iS^*»M^ near growing Sydney. With terms such as . V^^C (-5Wy A -cl ?J these — no deposit, 5/- monthly— you can af- fe» ^. j----q/ C '£*s. m ford to own one or more of the following t/t', ^?s*. J~/ ' jli money-makers: — *?? S MERRY LANDS.— Factory Estate, in the centre of the coming factory ? B district. Big lots only £15 each. No deposit; 5/- monthly, no interest. ? Jj| Big- prospective value. '| I*1 GR...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TALK AND OBSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TALK AND OBSTRUCTION. Parliament has had a busy week, but nothing has come of it. The work of Ministers in both Houses, but especially in the Assembly, has consisted largely of answering questions, some of them legiti mate enough, but mostly of an obstruc tive character. The Legislative Council sat for three afternoons, and having ex hausted their energies in concluding the debate on the Government policy ad journed for what must be regarded as for them a well-earned and most necessary rest until Tuesday, August 16. When the Assembly met on Tuesday members were immediately engaged in a whirling war of words' which raged with cyclonic force around a question asked by ex-Liberal Pealce in' reference to the settlement by the Premier last week of the difficulty with the men engaged on the sewerage woi-ks near Alberton. As stated last week, a consultation had. been held between re presentatives of the men and the Pre mier, in which various grievances were ventilated, but...

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

VICTORIA PARK RAGING CLUB ZETLAND. Sydney's Premier City Racecourse. NEXT MEETING : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. £200. HURDLE RACE, iy3 miles. £200. Entries close THURSDAY, AUG. 18. Special trams direct to Racecourse Gates. . H. COBCROET, Secretary, V.P.R.C. 20 & 21 Imperial Arcade. 'Phone 554 Central. ASSOCIATED RACING CLUBS. KENSINGTON RACES : NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. ROSEBERY RACES: SATURDAY, AUGUST G. ASCOT RACES : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 7 Events each day. 1st liace 2 p.m. . . . X UNDJCRHILL,, Sec. 11 Ellwilieih. St. 'Phono 20S2. Whftt i» Appendicitis I A modern pain, costing about £60 more than the old-fashioned Etomache ache. A B &* B Oycle i« Better. Every man who owns a B.&B. Cycle remains a friend of ours /-t/\ The satisfaction he got from a season of B.&B. Model 3 Cycle /'^dsr^WX riding is among the pleasantest of his cycling recollections. y ^M 1 And he never goes to any other cycle house for his cycle wants y_)!5^?NtP' / ? not now ! ? *^ *?...

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WAS THE JURY PACKED ? STARTLING REVELATIONS ON THE BOWLING TRIAL [?] MEMBER MEAGHER'S COMMENT ON THE METHODS OF SELECTION. "THE GREATEST PROSTITUTION OF JUSTICE THAT HAS EVER OCCURRED." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

I WAS THE JURY PACKED ? B- ? A.-' ? I 8WBTUBG REVELATIONS ON THE BOWLING TRIAL i ? — ^— I -pmbER MEAGHER'S. COMMENT QN THE METHODS OF SELECTION. I BStm'e GREATEST PROSTITUTION OF JUSTICE THAT HAS EVER-...V, I ™ OCCURRED.' \ the NSW. Assembly on June 28, Mr. In Meagher asked Premier Wade a Ln pointed questions, of which notice U been duly given, bearing on the bods by which a jury had been selected * try Peter Bowling and others on a ?iJe of conspiracy. Mr. Meagher * ', .„ ,.-nmv in effect: (1) Whether mm before the trial the jury list had tten duly examined by the sheriff; (2) Ijjether the panel for the trial was sent ?'the Police Inspector-General, and if so,, ftr (3) whether a copy of the panel was Kiit' to.' the Metropolitan Inspector of Slice, and whether the names were there tn gone through and any lists made of Ee various districts wherein the jurymen Bed; (4) whether the Divisional Police Lectors were communicated with as to Ke names and addresses of jurymen liv Ig in.their d...

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SOMETHING FOR WORKS MINISTER LEE. TENTERFIELD "STAR'S" SCATHING INDICTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

SOMETHING FOR WORKS MINISTER LEE. TE.NTERFIELD 'STAR'S' SCATHING INDICTMENT. Although the Wade Government have brazenly purloined many of the planks of the Labor Party's, platform and put them forward as their own, there 'is evi dence on every hand that the people are not going to be fooled by their political piracy. It was conceded on every hand that the State Labor Party's recent mani festo was the most up-to-date programme of practical propositions that has yet been placed before the people. One of these is the question- of decentralisation, which has been so long and cruelly neglected by the Tory Governments. There was such a genuine ring about the Labor Party's intention to tackle this great and pressing necessity that the Wade Govern ment became aiarmed, and promptly de cided on appointing, a Royal Commission of inquiry on it as a means of throwing dust in the eyes of the people. The move, however, ' is appreciated as it deserves, as 'the following excerpt from ah article in t...

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SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. WHAT LABOR WOMEN ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

SWEATED WOMEN WORKERS. WHAT LABOR WOMEN ARE? DOING. At the last meeting of the Women's, Central Organizing Committee, held at the Trades Hall, Mrs. Flanagan and Mrs. Conway, who were appointed to organize the Needleworkers and Machinists' Union, presented their first -report. fho rAnnrt tends 'to sliow the -exeat need there is of ox-ganizing this vast army of underpaid women workers. 'The.workers,' the report stated, ' are themselves mostly to blame for the existing state of affairs, as advantage is taken by unjust em ployer's of their unorganized condition. We now ask members of the Union to use all their efforts to assist, in stamping, out the great sweating evil among women workers. We find in most cases the ma jority of workers are underpaid — in fact in very few cases indeed do the woi-kers earn a living wage.' The report' went on to bear out what appeared in Tub Worker last week as to conditions for women workers being better under alien employers than under European. 'We wond...

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