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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

'SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. . VICTOSIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. The list hereunder is compiled from data supplied by Reps, for last' shearing. Th'ere is no certainty that -they 'will apply, accurately for this, shearing, but- will 'in the gr,eat majority be only liable to slight, variation. It is almost impossible to get; dates and particulars for this year's' shearing to publish in time to be of any* value to members, hence last year's dates1 are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. In this list the lines indicate shed, post town, number of shearers, hand or ma-, chine (H. or M.), and number of sheep. new south Wales. ; FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. Mooroomoon, Moulamein, 20, M., 30;000. Mahonga, Mahonga, 40, M., 86,000. 'Cornelia, Deniliquiiv 28, M., 50,000. Wargam, Boorooban, 16, H., 19,000. ' Dabree Dragoon, Jerilderie-, 5, M., 10,000. Moolpa, Moiilamein, 20, M., '32,000.' Werai, Deniliquin, 20, M., 27,000. --' Cropwell, Deniliquin, 5, M., 12,000. The Range, Moira, 7, M., 12,000...

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

'A -Corner in Water' hides 3Jf economic moral in fictional guise- /r ice-breaker Post free, 1/3. ,

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

. 'A Corner' in Water' hides an economic moral in fictional guise. An ke-bi'O;:!cer. Pest ireo, 1 . o. .

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THE WORKER IN THE HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

THE WORKER IN THE ! HOSPITALS. A' copy. 'of- The WomcEa is posted every week to every hospital in Austi'alia for the usc'bf patients. We regret to hear that In some cases these papers are not made available for those to whom they are in tended. Will members please report any instances in which they are unable to ob tain The .Worker when in hospitals? . Copies of the Official Report of the ' Reid-Holman Debate are now . being? , offered at the low rate of ten shillings per hundred; postage extra. At this price, they are the best propaganda literature available. Orders may be sent direct to J this office. ' .#..??#:..# A witness in a railroad case at Fprt Worth, asked to tell? in his own way how: the accident happened, said: ?' r .'. 'Well; Ole and I was walking down th» .'j track, and:l heard a whistle, and I-got ; off' the track, 'and the train went by, anfl ;' I' got backoh the track, and I didn't s».a Ole; but I walked along; and pretty soc xi $, I seen Ole's hat, and I walked on,...

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TASMANIAN BRANCH. Unions Uplifting Tasmanian Workers.— Victimised Labor Voters.—Deluded and Sorry Cane Cutters. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

.-TASMANIAN BRANCH.; ' Unions Uplifting Tasmanian Workers. — Victimised- Labor Voters.— Deluded and Sorry Cane Cutters. : Since writing last I have addressed well attended meetings at Campbell Town and Bracknell. There ? is a splendid feeling both politically and industrially in both centres. . '^ . ;?;?'?'. .:Pastbral workers are. eagerly awaiting , the award of the Arbitration Court to give ?them a little more for the rough flocks - of Tasmania. Many employers are also pleased at the prospects of a settlement of. the rates for the shearing industry, while a few state that they will do their ? own shearing before giving in to the de mands of mainland agitators, who have ?. caused strife among workers satisfied with the rates paid by the employers for '. the past 50 years. . . ? McKinnon, 'of Longford, is complaining about the demands of the Rural Work ers' Union. Says that the industry can not 'pay them. We can produce evidence to prove that the farmers can pay more than they have ...

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

VICTORIA. f FROM AUGUST 16 TO 3&. Murray Downs, Swan Hill, 30, M., 56,000. Mellool, Lake Boga, 14, M., 20,000. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Hopkin's Hill,' Chatsworth, 6, M.. 10.000. Mount Emu, Chepstowe, 10, M., 17,000. Wongan, Streatham, 7, M.r 14,000. Gorrin, Dobies, 8, M., 14,000. Gala, Lismore,.12; M., 21,000. Narrapumelap, Wickcliffe, 17, M., 34,000. Leslie Manor, Foxhowe, 10, M., 20J000. Munthamr Casterton, 18, M., 30,000. Gregg Park, Katunga, 4, M., 8000. South Caramut, Caramut, 10, M., 27,000. Burrumbeep, Maroona, 10, M.,, 20,000. Warranooke.Lubeck, 20, M., 32,000. Edgarley, Willurah, 12, M., 14,000. De Cameron, Elmshurst, 6, M., 14,000. Yalla-Y-Poora\ Buangor, 17, M., 14,000. Barfold, V., 7, M., 21,000. ' : Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M., 28,000. Bolinda Vale, Lancefield Junction, 44, M., 65,000. _ ?''?'. ..... Banongil, Skipton, 12, M., 14,000. Vite Vite, Derrinallum, 13, M., 26,000.- ? Duncobin, Castet'ton, 15, M., 22,000. ..:.. Glenfine, Pitfield, 1C, M... 22,000. Tita...

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SHEARERS ACCEPT CHINESE COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

SHEARERS ACCEPT CHINESE COOK. Moonbria started August 1. No roll call. All shed .hands were called up to the station. The boss asked them, one by one, in the office to sign on at 43/ per week. Those with jobs by letter re fused to sign on, while some' of the emeir t.Gii^j' iioi, nmiuui, «, nuivei, jumjjeu tit the chance and signed without hesitation-. Those who would not sign were ordered off the station next morning,. The shearers who were shearing studs here were get ting 29/ per 100, paying the boss 11/ per week for tucker, with a Chinese cook. I understood shearers were forbidden by the Union rules to submit to the engagement of a Chinese cook. There was a white cook available if they .wanted his ser vices. — J. Smith. The General Secretary acknowledges re ceipt of 10/ for the political fighting fund, from F. J. Anderson, Euriowie. . . ? ' # .#?;_#?? The diminutive office boy had worked hard on a- 'salary' of 5s. a week. He was a subdued little chap, faithful, and quiet. Finally...

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 10 August 1910

ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. J. Andrews, Bourke:— Rain has delaj'ed me a good deal. The i-oads are no sooner dry after one lot of rain when we get another downpour. I had to abandon the bike, and take to the good old' horse. Everything going O.K-. with Daily paper 'levy. ; ?' ?-, ' .'???' ' ; ? «?-????* - * Jas. Macpherson, Vic.-Riverina: — A few of the early sheds have made a start. Boohoke and Stud Park have been going for a couple of weeks, but hardly any thing has been done, wet weather causing delay. Travelling by any. means is dif ficult. Muncliwa called the roll August 3, Baratto and Boabula 4th. A great num ber will be starting about the 10th. I will probably be working sheds west ? from Deniliquin to Hay, in the direction- of Bal-_ ranald, Moulamein, and Swan - Hill. A good feeling prevails amongst the lads towards the Labor daily, arid very little trouble is anticipated in collecting the levy.. Up to the pi-esent there is no men tion of opposition to Labor-member Peters for this e...

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

J§iliiiillilli^sv y ^To sire awnj Talking Vv'^.ntn, Cold Ifatchcg, Jewel- ^^^^^^^^^5w lerv, and other Valuable 1'rc uims to those who help us ^ ^^^^^^^^®fe. i to introduce our remedies. V- c want to increase our sales . ^^^SSSSSaav during the next few mouths. This Talking Machine re- ^^^Va5s3i\ i ?produces Songs, Speeches, Band Music, '&c, and can be ^^^KL used at all entertainments, in any size hall or room. It . ^-sii has a 14-iuch Metal Amplifying Horn, with Concert Metal . «-S5te^^^IZHsl Base. Manyof our agents are making big money by gir- ^«9^L^^F^»^ ^S iug concerts with this machine, which we give away j*4h£&£3Bbii^^3P&&& MM Free. Send us your name and address, and we will send ^^gBagssggTffTrg^^sgSf JKgr you 8 boses of our New I-ife Vegetable Pills (Formulae d^^^^gbsfr-g-^^gsn ife^ printed on each bos). Sell them at 1/- a box, then remit hrtl!nU&yilfl'i!i!i!l! I Iwlfiliilr ; us the 8/- received and we will promptly forward you, ...

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

AUSTRALIAN Vi'GFiKEFJS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH. rni-IE following, who acted as Shed Reps. A last season at the undermentioned sheds, are requested to forward at once all A.W.U. tickets unsold and butts and cash of any tickets sold to the A.W.U. Office, Orange:— J. O'DONOGHUB, Raylands. P. J. FARRELLY, Claverton. JAS. CLIFFORD, Wallin Billan. J. R. TRAVERS, Hawthorne. H. CONNORS, Nanima. G. SHERRIN, Burnama. R. HARRIS. Jindabyne West. A. WILLIAMS. Numby. ' J. WRIGHT, Bee Hive Farm. Any member knowing the addresses of any of the above, or any member who may have obtained a ticket from any of the above, is requested to communicate at once with IKE SMITH, Sec. A.W.U., Orange. |S|ill|jffi FREE PRIZE— No Money Wanted- J5pj& TflllSBraT&iaigaw/ This Picture Pur.ile represents a Lion and hii ^^liXS' '-$w!$$&tt*£X£U£f Keeper— Find the Face of the Keeper, and return to XasaBr WcSBfir!'' T ^»^ us with your linino and address, and vre will yir« a — 255»?!__ hMw/7 genuine FO...

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Page Twenty-One: WRITERS AND WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

[?] CONDUCTED BY Norman Lilley* IwRITERS AND WRITINGS. flue collected poems of Henry New Mi the singer of sea-licroes, have been fifed to Nelson's ' Shilling Series ?? (sold pustraliaat-ls. 3d., postage Id.). |. * * * Ifewis Foreman Day, well known 3s liter on art subjects, died in England Ewiitlv. -He was born in London in 1S45. Kv was responsible for standard books ^.'Everyday Art,' 'Nature in Orna Elf' 'Windows' (stained glass), 'Art m Needlework,' 'Alphabets Old and Ipv,' 'Lettering in Ornament,' 'Patr p Design,' 'Ornament and its Appli pqn,' etc. . . i''' * * ? # ifhere have been more than the average §jnber of duplications in recent- book ies, It is wearisome for an . author to arch through old catalogues to see Avhe irthe titles lie fancies have been antici fted, but even well-known titles arere ibduced. The latest book of animal fories by Charles G. D. Roberts, for in Ince, is 'Kings in Exile.' Yet Daudet's fivel translated under that title is almost ^familiar to readers in ...

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LINLEY SAMBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

LINLEYSAMBOtJRNE. Edward Linley.'Sambourne, who died last week in his sixty - sixth year, had been connected with London 'Punch' from 1867. Since Tenniel's retirement in 1901 he had been chief cartoonist. Sam bourne's best work was not ,'done in car toons, but in illustration; of the kind es pecially where his own fancy was allowed freedom. Some of his early designs for 'Punch' were ostensibly initial letters, but covered half a page, and invested politicsalmost with the charm of an illus trated 'Arabian Nights.' His work of this kind has an air of being carved rather than drawn — an arrangement in varied marbles and metals, like the sculp tures of Frampton. In Sambourne's case the method justifies itself. Ono could illustrate by reproduction, but there is not. room. A notable instance is the draw ing of the proclamation of Queen Victoria as Empress of India (January 1877). The' carven appearance, in smaller degree, persists in his later work, which is spoilt to some extent by the /...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

,\\ -EDUCATION BY POS^^JjK^n^fBF \T£. COACH BY POST for Public Scrvice,Univer«ity, Shire (^%__///^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M and Municipal Clerks, Accountancy and all other Public ^^^y^^^^f J&Sg!gBti& Es»m;.,VETEArdKy POST all 'genera! Educational Subjects. jL^^ J^^^^^^^^^^^ I; . Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Penmanship, Correspondence, Arithmetic, Commercial ^ Law ; Electrical, Mechanics! and Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Construction, ;; * Mechanical Drawing. £ Our Systems :ire unique and are not available to an;' other so-c$jlc(J Corre«pondcnce School. | Stfr.d for our Pamphlet 'E'tO ? ' I I STOTT & HOARE'3 . BUSINESS COLLEGE, '. 1 MOORE STREET. SYDNEY (Opposite Covt. Savings Bank). ? .? Stockings ( f^3lli^ -on 'your ^5lfi^^\; Sewing PV®)^ ivl.£S.L'lliJL!«£« ysjvnifv^ Don't darn stockings by hand whin you can- get a ; 'Singer Darner *bv-t, cu: be | Vt.:.-;.' o.-: -my lock-stitch sewing ; machine. ''3ffak.es darning a pastime. For sale at Singer S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

^^^^\ already Sold of the! SERIES of Australian ' Novels. m WRITTEN, ILLUSTRATED, AND PRINTED IN AUSTRALIA. I THE DOUBLE ABDUCTION, I by H. K. BLOXHAM I (Author, of 'On' the Fringe of the | - * . Never-Kever ')? ? I With Four Full-Page Illustrations by I ?;.-,; Ben Jordan. M Illustrated Paper Cover. Price 1/-; M ?''-?. postag-e 3d. B Mr. Bloxham has again succeeded in {a weaving a web of. romance around the m belles of Wilcav.nla whU-h is likely to §1 pros-e as great tf favorite as his former H effort. S The plot is too intricate and the inri M dents too numerous to mention in a short £j paragraph, tout readers may be sure of Eg plenty of excitement, told in this author's Kg thrilling- style. The very daring of the n abduction of the two girls, although com M mittea by two seemingly simple young ra men. is worthy of the best bushranging ra traditions of Australia. LOVE AND THE AEROPLANE, , ~ A Tale of To- Morrow. By JOHN SANDES. With Six Full-Page Illustrations by 1 Lionel Lindsay. ...

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ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

ABOUT WOMEN. - Miss Alcie Melvin, of the Fabian So ciety, England, has' for a long time now been talking co-operative housekeeping on the principle of co-partnership tenan cies. The idea is at last to see fruition. There are to be built 125 houses at rentals *i ^y./-»-i-i-- .«sntn -P an. nor annum, nnrl the society formed will so arrange that the drudgery attendant upon 125- cooking stoves and 12a washings up and dirty saucepans three times a day, and also several 125 unnecessary blackleadings every week, shall be done away with. There is to be a central hall, with full kitchen and a staff of- attendants. Priv ate tables /may be applied, for in the hall, or arrangements made, at 'a small extra cost, for meals to be served privately. For those who wish td dine in the hall without their children being present there, is to be a matron. She will also take charge of children whose parents have to be out by day or who wish to spend the evening out. , The idea is to be started at Finchley,...

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IS THIS AUSTRALIA? [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

IS THIS AUSTRALIA? -Here is a picture of our country in the ' Queen ' for May 21. The writer is Eveline' B. Mitford. I repeat, the de scription is of our country, Australia, as you might not know it otherwise. The writer says: — ' The territory (of Australia) is enor mous, larger than the United -States, and with a small poulation of under four and a half millions; therefore many women live far from the centres of learning and culture. . . . The home of those who live up country is generally a long, low, thatched bungalow, facing the* river, and shaded by great gum trees that rear their silver branches overhead. The air is sweet with the perfume of flowers and scented leaves. Blight 61eanders and geranium bushes, sweet-scented ti%ees, and feathery pampas grasses, giant fig and almond trees crowd together in a harmony of vivid beauty. ~ Tiny velvet lawns, edged with low ti\ ised vines and interwoven with white sand paths, fill up the fore ground of the picture. At the back of the hou...

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A PRECEDENT AND A PRECEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

A PRECEDENT AND A PRECEPT. The wives of operatives who may some' day be driven to strike will be glad to know that in England lately the precept was laid down that life was more than property. A shipping line, refusing a concession asked for, men struck and re fused to go on till their rights were as sured them. The management said- ' No ' again, and talked of free labor, writing: for troops to be sent to protect the 'free laborers ' should friction occur. The request was refused on the grounds that the damage to the company would be less than the damage caused by a strike, with its consequent suffering to families, loss of trade generally, and loss of life should, trouble arise and the military be called into action. The London correspondent of the 'Age,' commenting on the situation, feels and talks very blue. He regards the situa tion as an invitation to workmen to strike, any time they like, and without— fear of consequences.

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POSTAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

POSTAL ADDRESS. .1 All communications for this page should be sent to Mrs. Mary Gilmore, Henty-street, Casterton, Victoria. , — — ~ — O ? - Td remove srease spots from cloth, take Soz. spirits of turpentine, an. ounce of spirits of wine. Mix and keep in a phial. To use apply by dabbing' with flannel. Expose to the air,, so. that the spirit may evaporate.

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THE DIVORCE QUESTION IN ENGLAND AND ELSEWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

^THE B.-70RCE QUESTION IN \ ENGLAND AND ELSEWHERE. % The ' Times ' reports the evidence of Illr. Plowden, the well-known Bow-street jmagistrate, before the commission, of f inquiry.. now sitting as saying^ 'Marriage kas a human institution, a partnership, fand divorco was a dissolution of that fpartnership. ... As marriage was a' con tract, he would be in favor of granting a Ifdivoree for all breaches of contract, such lias misconduct, desertion, persistent jleruelty, and bigamy. Incurable lunacy;-. [?should also bo a gi-ound for divorce,, and ralso incompatibility of temper. ?. . . He lidounted whether the granting of a divorce j.to a wojpaii because of her husband's in I f idelity'%6uld meet with 'the approval of I ivomen themselves^ f The: tendency of so rjciety had been to look far more leniently l:pn an incidental lapse on the. part of a I Ihusband than on one on the part of a tjwife. That possibly arose from tiheir ? profound ? knowledge of human nature; lijthey recognised tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

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