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Our Women's Page VERSE. MY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

?«« ? ' ? ~ CONDUCTED BY MARY OILMORE. ?? VERSE. MY GARDEN. - I made myself a garden— The locust-eaten years Shall be a time forgotten, Wiped out by cleansing tears; The flowers I loved in . childhood, Scented and sweet withal, These I will plant and cherish, That brighter Springs recall. There were lavender and larkspur, ; With daffodils pale gold, Campanula and pansies, And lilies white and cold. The poppy buds o'erf lowing, N Clove-pink and columbine ;? With liydromel and nectar , .' in chalices divine. : Up from the cool, wide reaches 0£ sward and grassy slope, There came a subtle fragrance From purple heliotrope. And in- far, sheltered corners, The warm earth and the sod, Where life with all its wonder Was perfected by .God. Now, where the green is greenest, Deep in the garden's close, I build a shrine to mem'ry, And hide it by a rose. ? The eye can see but beauty, ; 'A Crimso Rambler vine; I But buried thero in silence I Aro dreams that once were mine. - ' — E. Eddy, in the ''...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR PARTY LAUNCHED IN NEW ZEALAND OBJECTIVE AND PLATORM DRAWN UP. PREPARATIONS FOR THE NEXT ELECTIONS. METHODS OF ORGANIZATION DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

f&R ! PARTY LAUNCHED IN NEW ZEALAND. ?-:. .. - — - ? ~ GBJEGTiVE AND FLATORM ORAWN UP. PBJiJ^ARATIOjSrS FOR THE NEXT ELECTIONS. METHODS OF ORGANIZATION DECIDED UPON. fe Eighteen delegates from seven; of the I eitht Trades Councils in existence in the Kminion. and representative _ of , over JO 000 affiliated trade unionists, attended the annual Trades ana -tabor Councils ''Conference, held in Auckland. July 18 .to 23 ' The several Councils sent delegates -as ?^w.— Wellington: Messrs. E. J._ Carey, P Muir W. Noot, and- S. Hutcheson. Canterbury: R. Whiting,. E.. Howard. D. Sullivan, and J. Young. Auckland:- J. ??Savawe W. Horning, J. Walsh, and- J. Moxson. Otago: Hon. J. T. Paul and R. Breen. Southland: T. O'Byrne and J. jAlsweilerl East Coast: Tr^hdhg. ,-'.,_ .- ; The Westland Council was the only ab sentee. Distance and expense' were, the' ^main reasons of absence. The conference ?has been looked forward to. in trade union ?circles for some time, principally because of the gr...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

|||jl!||riW ? GORDON'S PIIIOS ^^^^^S 40 Flinders Street ,: g| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j No Agents or ' Canvassers. 'No Middleman's M^^^^^^^^^^^^ Profits to pay. Therefore, Cheapest and , M^^^^^^^^^^^^Wu Best- Every Instrument guaranteed. i ^Slp*^ Near Oxford Street. I GROPLEY'8 DRESS 1 i ii I BOOTb run InE i I t? ¥ y s8 fa &? si ? % a TVe cater largely for this grade of .p & Footwear, and can supply all shapes j^ I and materials. They are made in g I Velour Calf, Box. or Gun Metal Calf. § a Vici, American or Glace Kid. on lasts jf a that ensure comfort to the wearer, as gg ^ well as Style. _ EJ I The Boot illustrated can be had in 1 H any of these leathers. g Si s'tyiish Velour Calf Balmoral, in the I M wide, medium, or narrow shapes, g fi seamless groloshed upper, and | 1 Good year Welt sole ? 16/6 | % Stylish American Kid Lace Boots, full I is or medium round toes, seamless ja 5 golosh and welt sole ? 12/9 m | Tan Glace Kid Button Boots, any | §j shape or fitting, seam...

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DISLOYALTY TO LABOR. MR. McCRYSTALL AND THE BELMORE SELECTION. Action by N.S.W. Labor Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

DJGLOYALTV TO LABOR. MR. McCRYSTALL AND THE BELMORE SELECTION. ; -« Action by N.S.W. Labor Council. . Among the executive minutes presented to the Labor Council of New South Wales at its last meeting was one which re ported that the acting-secretary had been instructed to write to the Wharf Laborers' Union drawing attention to the action of its newly-elected president in speaking in support of-a candidate runnine- for the Belmore electorate in opposition to the selected Labor candidate. Following is the body of the letter': — 'I have been directed by the Executive Committee of the Labor Council of New South Wales to bring under the notice of your members the action of your presi dent, Mr. T. McCrystall, in speaking in support of Mr. English, who is running against' Mr. P. J. Minahan, M.L.A., the selected and endorsed Labor candidate for Belmore. We consider such action to be against- the principles of our move ment, and such as' should, not be tolerated by any self-respecting body o...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

You hear a lot of people sing-, ' Plant me among the girls,' And talk as though each maiden fair Had curly, curly curls. J don't mind planting with the girls, No! that I could endure, But cure their colds, for goodness sake, With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. PROMINENT NURSES ? RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TONIC TO ANAEMIC NERVE-WRECKED WOMEN If there is one place where a good nerve and strength-recuperating medicine is required it is in the sick room. After any severe attacks of illness, a patient requires a reliable medicine to assist in regaining strength and health. Nurse Jamieson also declares that to be her experience of the use of Clements Tonic. She writes from Macleay-street, Potts Point, Sydney, N.S.Wales. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.:— ' I have had considerable study of wasting diseases and convalescent cases after severe attacks of fever, diphtheria, accidents, nervous break down (through business worries), insomnia or intemperance, I have often seen the direct result of Clem ents Tonic in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. THE KEEP-IN-TOUGH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. THE KEEP-IK-TOUCH SOCIETY. Too' often teachers lose sight entirely of the \-upils, who leave their highest classes. Of course, studious,' ambitious, hard working teachers do not have much leisure. Their exacting work^demanda that they should not' have too many irons in the fire, if they wish to keep physically fit. Dr.'~ Johnson said: 'A sick man is a scoundrel.' A teacher friend of mine used to say: 'A sick teacher teaching children is a scoundrel and a half.' A sick inspector appraising the value of a teacher's work in school is a 1.75 scoun drel. ' Still, though I preach the doctrine incessantly that teachers should strive earnestly and intelligently to keep themselves physically* fit, I venture to suggest the putting of another Iron in the fire, by. the forming of 'The Keep - in - Touch ' Society ' 'in every school, where ' no such institution exists. The Old Boys' Unions are a step in the right direction; but such unions benefit' only the stay-at-home boy...

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

| ??The Waybacks Again.' Love and laughter ' at Dingo Fiat. Book that broke Drought, 1/-. 1

Publication Title: Worker, The
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NORTHERN MINERS' BOARD. MR. J. PATERSON RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

NORTHERN MINERS1 BOARD. MR. J. PATERSON RESIGNS. In the Industrial Court, last Thursday, Judge Heydon announced that he had re ceived the resignation of Mr. J. Paterson, men's representative on the: Northern Miners' Wages Board. In a communica tion ma.de -to the .city press the previoi.13 evening, Premier Wade said he had- had a long talk, with Mr. Paterson, with th9 result that the latter had stated his anxiety to, refrain from any course that would hamper, the smooth working of the Board, and was quite prepared to resign and allow the Federation to choose an other representative. Later in the day, he had sent in .his resignation.. Premier Wade did not say so, but inferentially Mr. Paterson, who on the previous Sunday had v6wed to stick to his job till shifted by a special Act of Parliament _was softened and rendered pliant by the, warmth of Wade's persuasions. It is freely surmised that Mr. Brennan, imprisoned secretary of the Federation, who will be at liberty this week, will be ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

1 DON'T BE AFRAID I 1 that Sunlight Soap will spoil your p h clothes. There are no injurious j/ 6 chemicals in Sunlight to bite holes a h an the most delicate fabric. $ EThe fact that ten million bars of ml H Sunlight are sold every week a 1 1 amply proves Its purity; but 8 I !| £3,000 3re offered to anyone B 1 jpvl finding adulteration in Sun- J?3^ TE53 wisanrra m ? j' m aaasw Try a ' . j ? Blanc Mange I ? made with Wade's Corn Flour, and yoti will be deligliled with its fine flavour and wholesomeness. The important points to remember are : — 1 . To use pure milk without water. 2. To have ihe proper proportion of Corn Flour to milk as in recipe. 3 — and very important — to give ten minules brisk boiling, stirring all the time. 4. To use only WADE'S f CORN FLOUR OF' ALL. EXPENSE to YOUR DOORS. I WE I ¥-A,!T ALL, 1 CARRIAGE, I We are the Originators in Australia of I sending Carriage Paid Parcels. All 5 others are Imitators. | Send for one of our Famous | A Complete Outfit, con- H ta...

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

CALENDAR SUN. ' 'MOON. AUGUST— Rises. SetB. Risee. Sets. H.M. H.M. A.M. P.M. 11 Thursday . . 7 13 5 38 10 20 11 33 12 Friday .. 7 11 5 39 10 45 a.m. 13 Saturday . . 7 10 5 40 11 11 12 32 14 Sunday ..7 9 6 41 11 42 1 31 p.m. 15 Monday ..7 8 5 42 12 18 2 31 16 Tuesday ..7 7 5 43 12 59 3 31 17 Wednesday 7 5 5 43 1 54 4 29 PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon, 5th at 11.37 a.m.; First Quarter, 13th at 12.1 p.m.; Full Moon, 21st at 5.14 a.m.; Last Quarter, 28th at 12.33 a.m. These times are for Melbourne. .Sydney is 25 minutes earlier, Adelaide is 26 minutes later.

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THE DRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

[?] The people s wsli h fere -tight to aoyght ; The dead hand rules 'ia the Hiirh Court. But though a Dragon guards the way To better things and brighter day, lie yet shall come heaeaih our sway. . The people's vote shall ope the door, And Dragon fierce shall fright no more. .....

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

CURE FOR INDIGESTION. 'Some years ago, while living in Bal larftt, my constitution seemed to undergo a complete change. From a robust, healthy person, I became very weak and despondent. I attributed the change to indigestion and biliousness, from which I suffered severely. My digestive organs became very weak, and could not perform their functions. I was also afflicted with severe nervous headaches, from which I ?was hardly ever free, and life bcame a burden. I was almost afraid, at times, to walk, as giddiness would come upon me, and I was in danger of falling down in tlie street. I had a shai*p pain in my left side, below the ribs, and was unable to get my proper rest and sleep. I was going from bad to worse, when, fortu nately for me, I was persuaded to try Warner's Safe Cure. From the very fh*st a decided improvement took place. I con tinued taking the medicine for some little time, getting better each day, and, at last, the. pains entirely left me. I could digest my food withou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

Reported that there are 60,000 cases of cholera in Russia, and 2000 have died. The absence of medical organization is deplored, and ignorant peasants threaten the lives of the doctors and nurses be cause they think the. latter spread the germs of the disease. The Western Australian Full Court last week dismissed an applicattion for a mandamus to'compel the Perth Tramway Company to run cars despite its dispute with its employees. The applicants con tended that the cessation of work by the tram employees was not a strike, but that these had merely ceased work be cause the company had refused to pay them overtime. The judges ruled that when men stop work and go in search of other employment, that does not consti tutte a strike; but if they hang about with the notion of resuming under improved conditions, or when they get what they want, there is a strike. As there was, therefore, a strike of the tramway em ployees, it would be unjust to the com pany to order them to run cars. # # # Is ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INFORMATION EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

INFORMATION EXCHANGE. ?In' reply to various correspondents: — Sir Samuel Griffith's translation of .. Dante's 'Inferno' costs 5s. 6d. posted. Cost to' -buyer of printed Parliamentary, debates for -one session: Federal — -11 ' ordered through member, 4s.; direct, 10«». State (N.S.W.), 10s: ' , ' The Dying Stockman' appears in ' Old Bush Songs,' edited by A. B. Paterson; Is. 3d. posted. ' ?' : ' - : ?: ' . .. -f ? ?'??. - ?\--:i ? ' . . G.B., V.—].* Glad' 'to' use -both. ? 2. ,Will print a selection from the author you - name, when possible; but the space pro-- , blem is a 'serious one. ? ? ?.'.-- ..- ,. .-f ' ;? ? ' . . J.T.S. asks if any reader can name the' exact date and 'place' of a fight between Kenny and Nolan — probably in Victoria in the fifties. . The information. would/.fix:. the date of another occurrence. . ? ♦ ? 'White parasols and elephants mad with pride are the flowers of a grant of land.' That is an ancient opinion as translated from the Sanscrit. ..' Motor cars mad ...

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VERSES BY MARY GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

VERSES BY MARY GILMORE. From the abundant store of good things in. ' llarri'd, -and Other Verses '.' Page ' V Twenty-One makes .a-'secopd' seleeti'on:-^ '?? HOW SWEET TQ HEAR! O God! how sweet it is to hear, * : 'Un vexed by tired hours, The bird above the pine-tree tall, \ .? The bee' above the flowers; To hear; as one whoneeds not haste, The wind among the. hills, , .. . 1 To watch, the river winding by, . ?', -,'. To.-rest bV:singing' rills; ??..??? . ' To, feel -the plenitude of. life,' ? - The quiet of its ways, - -' To leave behind a little while ' ' , The : strain of weary days ; To know the springtime in its prime, To see day stretch to eve, To watch the shadows lengthen out1 The 'tracery they weaA'e; - To lie at peace if but a day— : - O God! OGod! -How sweet.1— ?- To rest in Nature's lap an hour . And hear her great heart beat! ?. + .,.;?? FROM 'THE TRUEST' MATE.' I don't know whether 'tis well. to love, Or whether 'tis well to hate, .- ??- v But -I know this, well, that t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORIES AFTER NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

STORIES AFTER NATURE. Three volumes of an Australian Story Series are published as school ' readers,' But are worth giving to children who don't see them in a school way, or reading, to those who are too young for school. Each book costs 8d. posted. (Angus and Robert son.) They are 'Waterside Stories,' 'JBird- land Stories,' and ' Bushland Stories,' all by Ainv E. -Mack- (Mrs. Launcelot lIarri son), whose pleasant '.'Bush Calendar' was published last year. ? This extract comes from, the first of the 'Waterside Stories': — ? ? -'.,,.' -: - .--? The' Wave. She was such a young 'and happy wave that it was' ? no wonder that everyone wanted to play with her. The little fishes swam up to the surface, and darted through her,- leaving a tiny ripple behind them as they passed. The sunbeams saw the fishes, and darted after them, and the Wavo laughed with glee at the sight. Then a beautiful white bird came sail ing along, and he sank down gently 'on to the Wave. - ' ? ' ' ? 'Oh, you beauty!' s...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODD LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

ODD LOTS. 'Wonderful things peo-pJe can do now, Robby?' ' . .,'..,... 'Ay, indeed; I'm thinking if Solomo'n was alive 1100 he'd be thocht nacthing o'!' — Dean Ramsay's ' Scottish Life and Character ';?' 1857. www 'This wine is -perfect. We bx^oa'ch the, interior cask, as the poet has it.' 'Poets don't 'ave nothin' like this. 'ere, Mr.. B.,' 'said Mr. Merton, with simple pride. — Burnand's 'New Sandford and ^ Merton.' * # # 'What is the name of your, boat?' 'Just now she ain't got no name. She. used to be called, the Jane' P., after my first wife; but when she died I painted the name out,, and this, Mrs. Brewer don't want the boat named 'after her, because she's afraid, she might die too.' —Frank- Stockton: ..'.' Captain Chap'; ', lSi-7. Drama versus Gardening. What should I want to., see a villain for on the stage, seeking to betray the heroine whom I do not know,'. when there are at the present moment thousands of villains. lurking in. my garden, waiting to bite and destroy heroine...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

. RECENT PUBLICATIONS. 'The Worker Election Manual ' is a. synopsis of the State electoral law of New South Wales, compiled by E. H. Tebbutt, solicitor, on behalf of this paper. .Mr. Tebbutt is. known as a writer- on legal subjects, and is co-author of a ' Local Government Manual.1' In 'The Worker Election Manual ' he summarises the electoral law of this State literallv from A to Z: the book is alphabetically ar ranged, so that the law on any point can easily bo ascertained. - The regulations for the conduct of elections are also printed in full.. The manual should be found use ful by all: voters, and especially by elec tion committees. It would save much doubt* and surmise. It is, posted from this office for Gd., and is not too bulky for the pocket. #.#?# ' Caloola,' a novel by Clement Pratt, is best described by slating that it has parts which would fit all the members of the Bland Holt dramatic' company, if that company were 'still in existence. It be gins in England, and continu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FILIAL DUTY IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

? .* ? FILIAL DUTY IN CHINA. ' 'The Book of Filial Duty,' translated ;fi:qm-the Chinese, is a cuiiious. volume in -Alurray's Wisdom of the East series. (Is. 5d. posted). 'Twenty-four examples,' from, another old Chinese Avork, follow the theory of the duty of all towards their parents and ancestors. Emperor.- Wen's mother was ill for three., years, '.during which time his eyelids- did not'close.' His filial affection in tasting soups, and medi cines to induce his mother to swallow them was heard of throughout the empire. Lao Lai Tzu showed his dutifulness to wards his parents in another way. ' Al though upwards of seventy years of age, he declared that he was not yet too old, and, dressed in gaudy-colored garments, ? would frisk and cut capers like a child in front of his parents. He would also take up buckets of water and try to carry them into , the house; but, feigning to. slip, would fall to the ground, wailing and crying like a, child; and all these things he did -in order to d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEBE ISLAND SLAUGHTERMEN LOOKED OUT. EMPLOYERS SEEK TO IMPOSE UNFAIR CONDITIONS. MEN DETERMINED TO RESIST PIECEWORK RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

GLEBE ISLAND SLAUGHTERMEN LOGKEO OUT. ? ? ? V EMPLOYERS SEEK TO IMPOSE UNFAIR CONDITIONS. MEN DETERMINED TO RESIST PIECEWORK RATES. The. disagreement regarding wages and hours of work betwe.en-;the ' Carcase But chers* Association: and; the 'sla'ughtermen at Glebe-Island came to a head on Satur day. Negotiations between the employ ers and delegates from the Union had been going on during the w-eek . without any modification of the demands on either side.' On Friday evening a_mass meeting of the men assembled at the Trades .Hall to hear the report of their 'delegates. After discussion at some length the men absolutely refused to accept the unfair conditions insisted' on by the employers,' with the result that there has been prac tically no work at Glebe Island since Saturday. ^ Oh Monday at the Island the only mem bers of the Union at work were those employed by Mr. W. A. Grubb, who was paying the rates demanded. Several others were having their killing done by mem bers of their shop...

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