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WHITE AUSTRALIA. CLIMATE IS ALRIGHT, SAYS DR. BELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

WHITE AUSTRALIA. CLIMATE IS ALRIGHT, SAYS DR. BELL. 'The White Australia question? I can say that j'our attitude on this question is very AVise, it you can maintain it.- I -16 not' think that anything in Queensland surpi'ised me more than the fact that the dull, listless* appearance so charac teristic of our southern people was en tirely absent1 from Queensland. Every where I- was struck with the vigor and prosperity of the Queenslanders. I must come to. the conclusion that you are in some way specially favored in this coun try. In what Avay it is so is for you to discover, as pai't of the Avorking out of your problem of filling your empty north ern spaces with a white race Avhich will preserve through several generations the characteristics Avhich I find in Queensland to-day— rhealthy, robust children, -.athletic* active men, a Ioav deatlwate, and a phenomenally Ioav infantile death-rate, in the face of a climate regarded as unfavor able, and with the problem of the deadly flj', mo...

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

THE IMPOSSIBLE IMMiaRANT. ¥N these days when so much is heard * about immigration/lnd the urgent heed for 'filling up Australia's empty spaces, preferably with British stock,' as the phrase goes, it is just as well to . take a good look at the subject, and see what it is like when contemplated from different points of view. In the process of investi gation it is well to remember that there s more than one party to the business. There is Australia on the one side; on the .other there is Britain, and it is when one comes to consider Britain's share in the transaction ' that some interesting matters appear. It was recently re marked by a writer on the spot, who should be in a position to know his sub ject, that there are over 40 societies in Britain for promoting emigration from that country, in addition to the agencies of the Australian and Canadian Govern ments.- As to exactly what all these or ganizations consist of the data available isn't as precise as it might be, still we know s...

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

WOMAN'S ENEMY. *T-HE ' Sydney Morning Herald ' is .-^ withqut doubt a wonderful journal It always' takes up the attitude of the 'captious .caviller, .whenever ' reform, is mooted or progress is made possible. But it possesses a saving grace, inasmuch as it is badly edited, and paragraphs, and even articles, creep into its columns which absolutely snort with Labor senti ment and Labor principles. The other day the artists of Sydney made . preliminary overtures with a view of banding together in a trade union. The uninteresting matter usually doled put in some of our news papers had for the nonce to make was' for really bright topical talk and redrepubli can opinion from the men. of the brush and crayon; but the '' Herald ' gave no sign that anything was stirring thereto, and an artists' labor association was; really the last thing in the world to attract its at tention. But it has a lady's page, and ??when- the artists had ceased from troubling and the interviewer was at rest, the la...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COL. ONSLOW ON AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

COL. ONSLOW ON AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIANS. £^OLONEL ONSLOW, who is supposed .^?^ to represent Waverley in N.S.W. Assembly, and at the same time com mands a JDrigade of Light Horse under the Commonwealth, treated the Com mercial Travellers to a little of -his ex perience the other day. 'He had been associated with the military forces for 20 years, and, in that time, had become a colonel, and got command of a brigade.' Then he went on:; — J In six months we were to make 200 instructors. Yet it. took 12 years to make a regimental sergeant in the Bri tish army. (Cheers.) There were at present retired N.C. officers from dis tinguished British regiments who had been through the mill, and know the business from A to Z. These men would probablj'-. not obtain employment, be cause it is a case of Australia for the Australians. It I .shows how extraordinarily clever Colonel Onslow .must be when it takes a common British recruit 12 years to become a sergeant, while he could become a colonel, in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

— i»^- ? ? m miu ???ill ? «i» «?? ? — iiiiiii-i mtut 'i iii ? ii i' 'HUM' m Uf' '?ITi'i'1' liH i» ?' iHH ? Mlif'WW Ht'»'WM'lir '?''?' Will' 'U ilIIH'l|'«IM'HH PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. ' ! f Page. I' Amending the Arbitration Act.:.. 3, 4 Australian Parliament ? '23 , Cable News ? 19 i' Calendar ? 2 Lay of the Land ? 19 i Loads that Workers Have to Carry 5 I Mainly Political ? ? ? 11 Merely Personal .................. 2?. Mines and Miners ? 9 I New South Wales P.L.L ? ..?-?;. 10 I Newcastle Notes ? .?....:....'. 14 News of the Week ? '....... '. 19 ' Page. Northern Wages Board ? 23 Our Women's Pace ? 7 Page TwentyrOne ? 21 Punishing of School Children ? 6 Something for Works Minister Lee 13 South Australia ? 16, 18 Sweated Women Workers ? 13 The Caucus of One ? 5 The Fight in N.S.W ? 15 The Political ' Economy of the Sermon on the Mount ? 23 Topical Talk ? 13 ? Page.B Straight Australian ? 12 ft More Federal Encroachments. . . J Why We Need a Navy. ... The § Impossible Immigr...

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

'THE WORKER' ELECTION MANUAL To meet the needs of hundreds of en quirers as to the provisions of the Elec toral Law, Ave have arranged with 'Mr.' Tebbutt, solicitox-, and joint author of the popular 'Local Government Manual'.' to compile a 'Worker Election Manual,' giving in handy alphabetical form a full ex planation of the.px'ovisions of the electoral law and regulations for the State of New South Wales. The work will be of special serArice to secretaries of Labor Leagues, election committees, candidates, and laj' men generally; It will be published at sixpence per copy, and will be available within a few days. Oi'ders are now beiui? booked.

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

TOPICAL TALK. After all, we should not be surprised to 'find a Hen-ley foul charges. # # * There is no truth in the rumor that ; Artliur Griffith is ' Mclntosh's unknown.' ?? ? # ,*. It is to be hoped tliat the proposed transcontinental trunk will not adorn a Avhite elephant. ' ' # * . * ' . TO A RECENT VISITOR. Such aptitude for nonsense you display, -, sir, '.? ^ , We think your name 'should now b» Farce-ster Phraser. # # # . 'O, is that Mr, Wade?' said a lady at a recent meeting. 'Well, he isn't a bit like I expected him to be— but ? then I .. never thought he would be.' # ? . * .;?'?;? Sir George Ave sent to London toAvn. y,' . To spread Austi-alia's fair ren.OAvn; / , But since he landed there we read . ?' His daily woiic is. mostly feed; - So it is meet to change indeed His name in front to Sir Gorge Reid. ? - . #-.?.#,... * Is there any truth in the rumor that, QAving to the epidemic of strikes in Great. Britain, the Home Government has cabled to Coercion Chai;lie to fetch al...

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

PUB VISITORS. Among those who looked in at Tins Worker Office this Aveek were: — Senator Turley, President of the ? ? Senate, returning froih a A'isit to Queens- . land. He broiight good neAvs that Labor Leader BoAvman's health had considerably improved. . - Mr, C. E. Fraser, Honorary Minister in the Austi'alian Labor Government; return ing from a health visit to Thux-sday Island. He is much benefited by the trip. ? Mi*. A; J. Fraser who put up such a good fight in Victoria against Dr. Carty Salmon for Laanecoorie at the Common wealth elections. Mr. Fraser is proceed ing to Queensland to take up the position of general organizer to the A.L.F. 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

CONSTIPATION OVERCOME. By Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Constipation brings many ailments In | Its train, and is the primary cause of I almost all sickness. Keep your bowels j open regularly and your blood pure and I you will escape many of the ailments to , which women are subject. If you suffer from Constipation, the following- letter ,'will interest you. ' I was a sufferer from Constipation end its train of evils, dizziness, languor, headaches, and general uneasiness for some time,' writes Mrs. Julia Bateman, 391 Pyrmont Street, Ultimo, ' and found „ much trouble in overcoming the ailment. ^., Having used purga .^SSSftjflBfejj rfteSh tire medicines without ? jf^JajBBBlHgL any lasting benefit, I KffPy '^ ^JIb ft was Persuaded to try Tort g»r ?Dr' Morse's Indian tSpF ^ /f££ W& Root Pills, and after {A *' it «F one dose I was wbn \ 1'-* V derfully relieved. I \ 'X J continued their use, *-stfSt*8?§|*-^l taking them on alter -'^^^-fi^k^ nate ni£hts, and my *'^^^£'»j!Spy? . b...

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

LABOR and LOCAL OPTION. T. V. POWDERLY, ex-General Master Workman of the Knights of Labor, stated: — ' The liquor traffic is responsible for nine tenths of the misery among the working classes, and the abolition of that traffic would be the greatest blessing which could come to them.' I Vote that the number of Licenses existing- in the Electorate con tinue ? I Vote that the number of Licenses existing in the Electorate be reduced. . I' I Vote that NO Licenses '^^ be granted in the Elec- J^ j . torate ? [ 5 VOTE THUS FOR VICTORY.

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SOME FAMOUS MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

SOME FAMOUS MATCHES. Amongst the many changes which have gradually crept into the manners and customs of the racing world, one of the most noticeable to the student of Turf History is the almost complete disappear ance of the old custom of matching one racehorse against another. In the early days of the turf in Australia matches were frequently made, the most sensa tional, perhaps, being that between Alice Hawthorn and Veno at Flemington in 1857 for 1000 guineas a side, and which was won easily by Veno. Jorrocks was another old-time celebrity who earned great renown in New South Wales in this way. But the days of match-making ?have now passed. The amount of racing that takes place has brought the turf from the high level of a sport down to a business _with. :;all the evils inseparable from that fierce, ruthless; competition which is the spirit of the age in which we live. Then again the big handicaps and rich stakes, together with -the coups which they provide opportunities for brin...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.A.J.C. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

S.A.J.C. ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report of the S.A.J.C. shows that that racing institution is in a higlijy satisfactory condition, despite the fact that there are no bookmakers, and the totalisator is the only betting medium. The report reads:— The balance broug&t forward at the commencement of the year was £24,491 14s.- 5d., and the amount now carried forward is -£2G, 427 9s. 7d., shpwinff a profit of £1935 15s. 2d. In addition to which the sum of. £1124 14s. 0d. has been expended during the year on permanent improvements, and debited to .the Soutb Australian Jockey . Club, viz: — Additions to saddling paddock, additions to totalisa tor buildings, new culvert at entrance from Bay-road, new entrance from rail way, new water service, and forming motor, paddock. The i-aising of the course proper in several -places- also necessitated. ' an expenditure of £.147 14s.:. (debited to- course and tracks account), painting and renovating buildings; etc,, in the gran* stand enclosure...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

ilWsTorfHE WEEK; ffl ? -a- ? ? B , ^ *aiied Kvelyn Lister was killed Rj.'^soods train at Mircham, -Victoria, on Kviuay morning. 1 Floods in West Australia last week ftamagea 15 miles of railway line between K?ertiiaand Bunbury. Harold Lea, a fitter- at Eveleigh railway, workshops, Sydney, was run over and killed by a train last week. - Th voun& man Cooper, who recently met with a shooting . acident at Cunde rang, N.S.W., died on Friday The persons who have reported themselves injured In the Richmond Railway disaster now number 474. A youth named William Alfred Smith was killed by a train while crossing the railway line at Marrickville last week. The dead body of John de Bovis, a Frenchman, was found in a paddock near Wynmim. Queensland,, last Wednesday. Michael Scanlon, a well known resident of*Guyra, was found dead in his tent last week. The Laurieton School of Arts was burnt Ion Saturday morning. Most of the books We saved, but a piano was destroyed. ! F Forbes accidentlly...

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

Artistic Wi&ll Deeoratioi^^. GRACEFUL DESIGNS | CHOICE COLORINGS STYLISH HIGH ART FRIEZES. Paints, Brushware, etc., Mirrors, Plate and Sheet Glass. We have Wall Papers to suit you. James Sandy & Co., Ltd., 326 and 328 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. Of Skin, Hands and Hair Preserved by For preserving and purifying the skin, scalp, hair and hands; for allaying minor irritations of the skin and scalp and impart ing a velvety softness; for sana tive, antiseptic cleansing and, in short, for every use in pro moting skin health and bodily purity, Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment are unsurpassed. SoW throughout tho world: Depots: London, 27, Charterhouse Sq.; Paris. 10, Kua de la Chausaeo d'Antln: Australia, It. Towns A Co., Sydney: India, B. K. Paul, Calcutta: China. Hong Kong Drug Co.; Japan. Maruya, Ltd., Tolcio; So. Africa, Lennon, Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.: U.S A.. Potter Drus&Chem. Corp.. Sole Props.. 133 Columbus Ave.. Boston. oa-32-page Cuticura Book, post-free, a Gu!-l...

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

OR WORTH OP' PURwiTURE, Bf dspo.it, T.IJ 2/6 weekly. Linoleums, 2yd-. wide, 3/6 yd.; Oilcloth, 176; Wardrobe*. Mirror Door, from tSi WuhsUndi. 6/6: Cheats Drawara.S*/. ? C. FOR5SBERQ, 7t William St. nift FURNITURE. 10/ deposit. 3/6 weekly. T.1U House* Furnished Completely. Bed Linen, '^ * w Blankets, Curtakis.Carpets. Agent N.B Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines ? C. FOR38BERG, 78 William St. njR FURNITURE. !»/ depo.lt, 6/ weekly. T. 1(1 DrawiaK and Dining Boom Suites, 200 to w w aalact from. Neweat Designs and Cover* ings. Canterbury's, 12/6. Agent for Wonderful Wertheisn Sewing Machiats. ? C. FOR66BERG. 78 William St. DOrt FURNITURE, 80; deposit, 6/- weekly. iZU OeoMMiri Ch»In. 8/6; Walnut Oven ~'w mantels. 06/-: Pretty Table., 1/6 to 10/. Gro-Cftrts, 17/6: Bedsteads, 10/ to £15 ' ? C. FORSBBERG. 78 William at. OQa FURNITURE and upwards, terms in pro-' ?uO!) portion. Sideboards, large mirrors, £3 6a. ' Inspection invited. Largest and best stock in Sydney. Wertheim Sewing Machines....

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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

GABLE NEWS. Excessive rain has destroyed two fifths of the crops in France. ' Lombardy aviators have journeyed to the top of a 7750ft. high mountain on a bi-plane. ' Eight aeroplanes and one dirigible will participate in the French army manoeu vres. Reuter's correspondent reports that the wheat crops in Alberta and Manitoba have been saved from drought. Men in the building trades in Chicago have gone on strike; the trouble involves 18,000 men directly and 10,000 indirectly. A copyright Bill now before the House of Commons seeks to give an author copyright of his worlk for life, and to his representatives for 50 years afterwards. The Niederdeiitsche Bank of Dortmund, Germany, has failed, its liabilities amount ing to £3,000,000. Many miners and other workers have lost all their savings. The President of the Argentine Repub lic recommends the passing of a law compelling employers to compensate workmen contracting injuries or illness during their employment. The Auld Brig of Ayr, made ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VIOLENT ASSAULT BY A CONSTABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

VIOLENT ASSAULT BY A CONSTABLE A constable named- William G. McDaniel was charged at the Sydney Central Police Cour.t recently with having assaulted William Wooller by striking him a heavy blow on the face. Complainant also al leged that his jawbone had been broken. Wooller, on the other part, was charged by the constable with having used in decent language. Wooller's evidence was ?to the effect that while standing, quietly on the City-road, Newtown, at 12.40 a.m., in company with a friend, the constable came up . to them and asked what they were doing. He replied, 'Waiting for a tram.' The constable had then demanded his name, and he had asked why it was wanted, seeing that .he was committing no offence: After some further words, the constable had threatened to hit him. 'under -the lug,' 'and 'had followed the threat with a heavy blow, wich knocked him down. The officer had then lifted him up, and ordered him to go home. Witness had then. asked* to be taken to a hospital, whereupon...

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YOUTHFUL FIRE-FIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

YOUTHFUL FIRE-FIEND. Oliver Leslie Searle, a youth of 16, ar-' rested at Collingwood, Melbourne, the other day, confessed to having, without any motive, set' fire to the shop of his^em ploj'er, William Bradshaw, and also to the dwelling of William Hansen. Searle added that he had at one time- worked with Roy Shaw, previously convicted of having started the fire which caused a terrific explosion at Brunswick, and the death of Shaw's employer, a man named Crabtree. Shaw, he' said, had first put the notion of fire-raising into his head, and had shown him how to use methylated spirit for that purpose.

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NEW SOUTH WALES' DECREASING DRINK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

- ... ? 5y NEW SOUTH WALES' DECREASING DRINK BILL. . Archdeacon Boyce, in an article contri buted to the Sydney morning papers, es timates New South Wales' drink bill for 1909 at £5,317,682, or an average per head of population of £3 5s. 5d. The. Arch deacon rejoices to find that the total shows a falling off from the figures of 1908 of £45,897, or 2s. ld.^per head. The convictions for drunkenness — 27,397, — are less than those for 1908 by'420. ? -^ ?

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THE TURF. (BY "THE PUNTER.") ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 4 August 1910

E ?*?- ? — I (BY 'THE PUNTER.'} p ROSEHILL. : ? . rpetinfc- which should attract a large ? A^,!' will be run next Saturday at K^S »e secretary, Mr. G. W. S. ft° ikes that the track and surround fcr m spiendid order, and he has ar mS* aff«r a lengthy service of trains, ff^n leave the Central Eailway Sta K -? Intervals, conveying pas fcrs direct to the gates. P Swing are selections: ? ; Hurdle Race. B Dinyah ? ; ? „ W Gay Hampton ; ? ???? ^ I south Head ? I Flying Handicap. ? son of the Marsh ? 1 ?: penniless ? ? ? g B Torula ? ...... m~ High Weight Handicap. I Malsterette ? ? ? ? ? ? * H- Curry ? ...........???? K Leyton ? ???? B. Rosehill Handicap. ?: The Acolyte ? * H: Didus ? .**'*' o H Claydon Common ? ?„?''' H'; Rydalmere P/lile. B Toolijooa. ? ........... 1 B Tabu ? ~ ' B Minea ? ? ? I: ? ♦ ? :, .-,.-,:

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