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THE LABOR DAILY HOW SHALL IT BE OWNED? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 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 if shall be Union-owned and controlled. The answer is that it will be Union owned and controlled. To 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 cojne 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 paper. Each foundati...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

I :WIL6ANHIA. ? -ut. .uurcliison has made a start, after B a hitch. It seems the shearers agreed to B gne 5/ to the cook per week and. the ? 'company's manager had no power to give ?:more than 4/ for the shed hands. The ? cook refused to take less than 5/. * Some B^of the stations- are now either sending I the wool away in the grease or getting it I done contract. They fear an increase I under the Arbitration award. It's up to I the Federal Government to 'put ' a' stiff I duty on greasy wool leaving the country. I Billilla starts August 10. There appears I to be a shortage of cooks, and shed hands I fcave been scarce, but . there are plenty I tow. -\Ve are likely to have a river to I the end of August, which will be a great j benefit. Dr. Fltzpatrlck' takes a holiday I for^ three months, and Dr. Jude, of White I Cliffs, is locum tenens. We all hope he Ijias a good'time^ Billy. McCarter, well ?jjmown about here, came into town with K Severe injul'y t0 his ' head. Weather ifme- l uave...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 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 .alr.eady made en gagements covering that period, or who can now say 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 are : going to, to- enable them to record their 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 time1. Much can be done in his way to mini mise the wholesale disfranehisement which will otherwise take ...

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SHED HANDS IN NEW ZEALAND. CASE TO GO TO ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

SHED HANDS IN KEW ZEALAND. CASE TO GO TO ARBITRATION. ?I; The shed hands' case in New. Zealand ?i'Ms being taken separately from that of ?''the shearers. At the .preliminary meet B- ing before the Court of Conciliation the B employers' representatives took the stand 3 'that the movement to secure decent wages » for the shed' hands was 'an insidious k attempt to introduce again the question K of the farm laborers' award, which was K refused by the Arbitration Court,' and the g employers declined to discuss prices, con K ditions, or anything else in connection g with the dispute. Since the e'mployers, ? 'therefore, declined to conciliate, the case ? was referred to the Arbitration Court. ? The time and place of the hearing have

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TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

TO MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. Members are notified that they are -to continue working under the terms of the present Arbitration award until such time as the claim which is now being made, for an alteration is dealt with by -the Court. s - ; It is. hoped the Court will determine the matter before the shearing is far ad vanced. ? ' In '? any., engagements members may en ter into extending' over a lengthy period, they should make a -condition that any work done after the award of the Court has been given shall be paid for at the rates specified in such award. W. G. SPENCii!, President. DONALD MACDONELL, Gen. Sec.

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BOURKE BRANCH. SHEARING ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

f '~~~BGU8i(E BRANCH.' - SHEARING ON SUNDAY. I Sincf W «^»«* thl? followins sheds I have reported starting :-Kallara, Curran I valoa Manfred, Willamurra, Bonanga, I Lan-ra; Merungle, Merri Merrigal, Tack I inbri Barnato, Mt. Murchison, Nealy, I Talyealya, Kunopia, Pidgee Pidgee, Ban l eate Coronga Peak, Kingston Park, ? A- B ' . ?wry ? — IT.mi'nA P 'Weeta Waa, BarraeKee, vvonga, mun.«, . I! Bunaba, Terala, and Collareen. . i Cut out:— Innesvale. . ? - ? P Amounts received for tickets:— G. Davis, I Wolkara, £13/11/6; E. Richards, Organ ic izer per G. McKenna, Corrella, £4;J. t White Mt. Brandon, £10/12/-; T. Bris-' I tow Bairnkine, £6/11/-; G. Cooke, I 'organizer, £9/17/-; Amos -Bly ton, Innes l vale, £3/17/6; S.. T. Smith, Llanillo, £21 I 15/-'; J- S- Tilling, Nullawa, £ 13/16/9. Amounts received for levies:— G. Davis, Wolkara, £9; J- White, Mt. Brandon, '£11/10/-; T.Bristow, Bairnkine, £8; G. Cooke, Organizer, £9; Amos Blyton, Innesvale, £5; S. T. Smith, Llanillo, £26; J. S. Tillin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

I Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new | ! I (Maud Finished, ready for the Wool) 1 \ we regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to B& obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with El ', Byrgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. | 73 MACQUARIE STREET, SYDNEY. I THE I .Local Store- II II /I /I / /$ /I /I ffl Sole Agents: 1 1 keeper for them, or WlKEllnB? MfellnW I Da'3ety & Co' Ltd' I- I Apply Direct to the :!^J|j^ -?^P^^ !M 5^M Mi'*r'S Pt' Syd'ey' 1 H 1910. ? -^T ??'. ' v-'rr' ' _J=l^1~' M PATTERN. B I HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. I Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. | \t Si $' I ^1 ^om^s &&^ Cotters. | '' obi n'p ''o ' pirn Good Shape — Good Material — Good Finish — \ IPRJOfc, if fcAUM. Requires no doing up, and gives abundant 1 wear. -? \ H^ Blk Mk Jtist what & Shearer waals. g j^K^^^wg^^^^^^l^^^ ? A Queensland Shearing Contractor writes: k ^p^^^^^^^^^^^Ws ' Please send us along about 1...

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A Necessary "Undertaking." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

J. . fi. YOUNG a? CO., LTD., SHEARING CONTRACTORS, 8 SPRING ST., BEG to notify Pastoralists and Shearers that Mr. J. H. YOUNG is no longer con necl(!(l witii this Company, and air. BSRN.ARI) HOSKJXS te taken -over the entire Management'. Satisfaction guaranteed to all. . v Machine Shearers Wanted. npHRER GOOD MACIIINR SHiOARKRS. J. Alutut 4000 Sheep. Also 'WOOI.prtKttSlCK, PICKER- UP, and COOK. Start t.:El?T. 5. Anply A. CHA:;T, .Tun.. ^VoodlaT^d Parlt, Morundali. OHEARKRS WAITED FOR PITCAIRN, O near Mackara; 1st to 10th SEPTEMBER. .New Wolseley Machinery. . About 1500 per man. Fastest shearing1- sheep -in South Aus tralia. Apply A. S. LONG, Eui-kalow Station, Broken Hill. Tc-lcarani.0 via. Co--!:l)ii!-:;. Shearers and Expert Wajkted. i Tf7IVI3. -SHEARERS ar.rl One ;;!)O,U'v- who jL' can 'ISxpert wunt^d :'u;- -CQGLAAiO^r -i^ar Wilcannia, 20th .M'OUKT. X-mv 'W(,x icy .vtucliinery. Appiy to j 'Wilcannia..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

We offer three complete Cooper Machines and a 2 B.H.P. Fairbanks- Morse engine for £100. It's a small sum to pay for such machines, for they always run true, never joggle loose, ?and never get overheated. Ask for full details. ^^ms$***^ i@ YOUNG ST., SYDNEY ^BMHMIlBHIIBMIM^BgWmB^ | TSi© Me^ifc. feefcifl&d the Ske&r Sklws^y© tsseg (Postage Extra). 7 Bent Sf., Sydney, N S.W. Ordinary Cutter, i prSSSS or^SlS Quee-'arSdt:e^cto3r^al^hCAOustrLa![1a: W^. j ofTrfc? .Srder'now! Murdocl1 .f™^ M»cqu.rla St., Ord^n^ Il^ach. PROVED AFTER TWELVE YEARS' USE IN ALL THE AUSTRALASIAN COLONIES TO BE THE BEST SHEEP' SHEARS THE WORLD CAN PRQDUCg, OVER A THOUSAND TESTIMONIALS FROM SHEARERS, ' ,HO. 1 PATTERN, WITH RAZOR EDGE. DOUBLE HOU T.V rT\O'.W- NO. 1 ORDINARY AUSTRALIAN PATTERN. Made by. the Trade. Unionist Sheep Shear ©©-operative Society At their extensive Factory, OUGHTYBRIDGE, Sheffield. They DEFY COMPETITION. They CHALLENGE the SEVEREST TEST. They WARN the PUBLIC against inferior...

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COMPENSATION TO INJURED WORKMEN. BUSHWORKERS DEBARRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

fiOMPENSATION TO 1HJUBE0 WOBKMEJi. BUSHWORKERS DEBARRED. The Workmen's Compensation Bill, which has gone through the N.S.W. Legislative Assembly-, and has-been com mitted to the tender mercies of, the Coun cil of Fossils, has for /its object the. com pensation of some employees who become injured in the course -tot their employ ment. The bill is 'misnamed. It is not proposed to compensate ' workmen ' at all. . Ali it proposes to do is to coinpen sate workmen in a carefully selected number ot employments. Evidently the AntirLabor members of the- N.S.W. Par liament are of opinion that some work men's Tvives are entitled to be compensated for the loss of their husbands, and other workmen's wives, equally needy, are 'not;, and for a workman to be killed in the bush is not so bad for those left behind as it is to be killed in an engine-room. The favored emploj'ees are, for the most - part, those who work where machinery is in use. But thousands of workmen in various employments providing...

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CENTRAL BRANCH. Shearers Wanted.—Facts Concerning [?] Belubula Selection. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

CENTRA!: BRANCH . Shearers Wanted. — Facts Concerning &-& Belubule Selection. Started: Weemabung, Colane, Warraui; | Merri Merri, Killaloe, Polly Brevron, I Nombi, Goorianawa, Eugildry, Calga, Gil- f lendoon, Tabratpng, Flodden Field, Butta- | bone'.-Quanda, Tooloon, Bimble, Gunyiiiab, fj Cadow, Bando, Wingadee, Eurohla, Green fj Camp, Coonim.bia, Egelabra, Myall Park, j Thurloo. ' j Cash to Office: 'Jack White, Come-by- I Chance, £29/9/9.. ~ I Judging by the complaints to hand from I Come-by-Chance and other sheds, there is I no improvement in the- hut accommoda- ? tion, despite the : numerous complaints 1 sent to the Minister charged with the ad- J ministration of the. Act. Evidently our 1 only hope for improvement is the advent I of the Labor Party to power. 9 Our Nyngan agent reports trouble at I Miowera shed during stud shearing, it m seems that the shearers, without consult- m ing the shed hands, agreed to shear one m Sunday morning. The shed hands refused ? to...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

i' SHEAS1NG FIXTURES, 1910. ? - . ' ? _ ? A— ? j CENTRAL BRANCH. The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps, for last shearing, There is no certainty that they will apply accurately for this shearing, but will in ie Lat majority be only liable to slight variation, it is almost impossible to get dates ana particulars for this year's shearing to publish in time to be of any :!,,,„ -tn members, hence last year's dates are given merely as an approximate guide jo probabilities. .' In this list the lines indicate shed, post 'town number of shearers, hand or ma chine (H. or M.). and number of sheep. FROM 14th TO 21st AUGUST. rlen Moan, Willow Tree, 10, M.r 22,000 w Quambone, Quambone, SO, M., 65,000 Kgal, Armatree, 18, M.f 40,000 BuTgreen, Armatree, IS,' M., 27,000 Toiderburine, OHilar. 21, M., 20,000 Nariah, Ardlethen, 30, M., 36,000 T'e=t Milby, Condoobolin, 3, H., 3000 McNamee, Condobolin, 2, H., 2000 Toungara, Wyalong, 7, M., 9000 Glenraore, Wyalong, 5. M., 5000 Like Cow...

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SHEARERS' EARNINGS. FIGURES FROM WIDGIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

SHEARERS' EARNINGS. FIGURES FROM WIDGIEWA. Dear Worker, — There has been a lot of talk about .the earnings of shearers, but if you. could publish the following list (to which every man here can take affidavit as being correct), it might show some people that itjwould take, a long: while to make a fortune by following shearing. The shed was Widgiewa, Nararidera, lamb shearing. We have now made a start at the general shearing, at which I don't think we will do much better.— T. Brat ton, Shearers' Rep.' ' * ' S SP -?~ SJ «' xn W-.S . B (- S ^ '~ c s . & . rig £''Cd u) OC3rcJ02O'C si £ ti ? xi ? ?? :- rt ? . ' X a & .a oj js W 2 B -.. ID P=, H PJ Ul P £ 0} 1' .. 619 .. 6/- ? 6/- .. 2 2 .. .432 ..3/6'; ? 3/- . . 1 -3 ... 301 .. 9/- .. .. ..10/- .. 3 4 ;.. 273 .. A/- .. ... ? .-10/- .. 3- 5 .. 296 .. 4/6 .. 5/11 . . 3/- . . 1 6 :.-540 ..10/- ..' ? 3/- .. 1 7 ..'311 .-. 4/- .. 8/1 .. 3/- .. 1 8 /; 379' ..5/- ? 6/- . . 2 9 .. 467 .. .. ' ..£1/10/9 .. 6/- .. 2 -10 .. 257 ..5/...

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ADELAIDE BRANCH. Nominations for Branch Officials.—Wet Weather Upsets Contractors. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

v/V. 'ADELAIDE BRANCH. dominations for Branch Officiate. — Wet Weather Upsets Contractors. The following sheds have started: — Erurlina,' JJen-lverowie. Koonamore, Fiome Downs. Curnamona, Bramer. Cash received: — WV Norn's, Rep. Ar eoona. Mclnerne.v list, 17/-, Adelaide Hos pital £ 1 9s., tickets £18 7s. Nominations for Branch officers ciosea on July 30. The following- were received: — Chairman. 'W. J. Dunstan, unopposed; vice-chairmen, L. Quinn and R. Kimber, ?unopposed; secretary, F. W. Lundie, un opposed. For Delegates to Conference the following were nominated: — W. Dun ' stan (laborer), F. England (shearer), S. Jones '(shearer), W. E. Kelly (shearer), S\.'AV. Lundie (shearer), T. P. Lyons i.shearer), J. Murphy (shearer), M. O'Brien (shearer), G. Taylor (shearer) ; South Australian Organizer — W. Dunstan (laborer) and S. Smith (shearer; Broken Hill Agent— G.' Dale (shearer). S. Jones (shearer), J. Murphy /(shearer); or ganiaers for Rivers District — W. Bennetts ' (laborer), G. G...

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BROKEN HILL. DISTRICT SHEDS STARTING. Slackness at the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

eestcEN hill. DISTRICT SHEDS STARTING. Slackness at the Mines. Men for the following-sheds have passed through:— rPoly,- Mt. Sturt, Langawirra, Taxella, and Murtee, so that next week a, fair start will have been made. A good many inquiries have been made as to the arrangements made for carrying out the shearing for this season. The fullest in formation is. contained in The Worker, but for. those who may not quite under stand it I shall be glad to give all informa tion on application. The. labor market here lias been bad for some time. On Saturday last it was' made worse by the fact of between 200 and 300 men having 'been put off the Junction' mine. The mine management say it .is only temporary, so that repairs may be made to the main shaft, which has got out of order. Some . consternation is heing caused among the local storekeepers here -on account of one large firm which is in operation reducing' prices to such an extent that other sellers declare are not within the margin of fair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

THE WORKER. ^ ? Business Address:' 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. N.Z., Papua, and Fiji' ? 7/2 U.K., U.S. A, and elsewnere ...... 9/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. The Two Editions will be posted to~ the same address at the fo!loT7ing 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 Manager. HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters (with regard to sub scriptions, advertisements, etc.) shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

SEND [N_VOUR SLIP, f The term covered by Th* Workbr Slipj t attached to last year's A.VV.U. ticket3 h»» now expired in many cases, and members ar« reminded that the new slips must be sent in promptly. If there is a black mark in th« £ margin it indicates that your term ia up anA - that the new slip should be sent along if you ? require us to continue sending the paper i The mark will be placed upon two comecui tive copies, after which the paper will not ' be Bent unless the current year's Slip ha» been, received at the office; please attend to ' it at once. It may happen that an odd paper may be marked in error; in such case* members are requested to write -flR immediately to The Wohker j^IL t Manager, 129 Bathurat- _Xs|Sg®b street, Sydney. A ™ftffl-^^-.^WHBEHj»jK ; ber forwarding a new/^ r^ Jtgj&j&vSHr slip should state wheyr ^jjr Ja^mff^ ther his name i*/^^^S' Jlw ^^^

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CUT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

GUT OUT. _ Woodlands, Mungindi, will cut; out shortly. — P. J. Ross, Rep. ? - * « # . Innis Vale cut out July 20. All hands financial and paid up levies to assist the Labor daily movement. — Amos Blyton, Rep.

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

STARTED. ' Miltonville, Moree, started Aug. 1. — '' Chas. Gorman. ? ' ?' #.'#.#?' Baroma, Warialda, started Aug. 1.— P: ^Williamson, - Rep. . '..- . : . .'?_-? . Bangate, Walgett,' started July 28.— r— H. McGrath, Shed ? Hands' Rep. * ' # # Tabratong, Dandoloo, started August 2; fcbout 35 men. — E. PI. Furlong, Rep. ',. *.*.'..* Oreel, Wee Waa, has started. About F0 men.— J. B. Campbell, (acting), Rep. - # . * - * Willamurra,; Nyngan, started August 1. , 1/Lbout 16 men here.— Thos.' G; Watson, Rep. .' ! ?'??'' ' ( - * ' * * , Widgiewa, Narrandera, called the roll August 1. Good team, 36 shears. — S. Bratton, Rep. j. * * * . Borah, Moree, called roll on July 26: two shearers over at roll call. — D. JtfcDonald, Rep. ' 'i # ? *' # ? ? Calga, Cooriamble, called roll, August 1. Rain delayed the start; . full- board — twenty-four.— J. King. I # * * ? Doreen, Wee Waa, started July 26 with ft full board; about. 33,000 sheep for 14 jnen.— r J. J. Doring, Rep. A ? * .* * Coree, Jerilderie, st...

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