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VICTORIAN STATE COALMINE WARNING TO WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

VICTORIAN STATE COALMINE WARNING TO WORKERS. Mr. F. J. Murphy last week sent a letter t'o The Worker office asking that men should ' be ' warned against going to the Ppwlett, V., State Coal Mine, as the miners there were on half-time owing to the shortage of skips. An abundance ot labor was offering, so that it was undesir able for additional workers' to coma' under the circumstancesr Yamagachi, a; Japanese youth charged with killing .the Kendiili family on a lonely ranch in California, has escaped, and a lnie and cry is being raised through ,'out. America. Seventy thousand cioakworkers are on strike in New York. Employers brought non-unionists from Chicago, who are working under police protection;.. 21,000 tailors in New York also are going, on strike. Cross, a newly created ^constable, and six ''informers; raided a gambling1 club at Rhode Island, U.S.A., and arrested 30 well known society leaders, men and wornen. While the raid was in progress the ChicC of Police arrived, and orde...

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

IN THEGOUHTRY. Mr. Nielsen, M.L.A., who has charge of the country section, was equally, san guine. -'? - ; ? ' The' whole State has been subdivided for organizing- purposes,' he remarked, 'and all facts and figures in connection with each electorate . are ' kept separate, as ..well 'as all con'espondence dealing with each. Tours are. arranged for members ^-f the State Labor Pavty covering the whole of those electorates not now repre sented by Labor men. Up to the present 128 meetings, have been held in the coun try districts. -All members of the State. Parliament are working .with; an energy, never before known. There is no doubt about that. ' -' v ' ' Tlie ' Parlianientary . Labor Party- has appointed ten of its 'members whose ab sence from the House ;is. 1 excused so that they may devote practically their whole time to country' organizing work; The effect of this is that tli^ere wasi .never a time in the history of the movement that' so much work was being done in a thorough and s...

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

III THE METROPOLITAN AREA. Mr. Carmichael, M.L.A., who is in charge of the organization .for the Me tropolitan electorates, in duscussing the prospects with ''a Worker representative, remarked: — ; ?-, ??' ???:???' ' ' 'tfhere are 34 metropolitan; electorates out of which at the present time' we hold 1 some 13 seats, which is hardly, our pro | portjjon -when we consider om part^cpn \ sists' of 37; bu t we h ope1 to more ''than' 1 remedy, that, after the i-State ^electio^ \ whertier. there is'a' pre^erehtial^bi;e''-'o^ 5 uot-'i- ??' '; ? ' ':?''.-?*?? '-:,'? '-ld?Sv x'.. *'& \ 5§ early: in the fjeld^ '^t |g } '^feature of the present -fightys*thjjs i ear^dif^.'at.:whlClva'.riiiratser;'-oi^ie|i|S^ :; dilutes .have come into the fieidVta'fight; |3 hostile' electorates. The ;work lAa^r'hotl [; been of a very showy character, lout 'the' [;. effect of. the candidate 'coming' 'out '36 I-' early has been that he can gather.; a^lapge. I number of active workers round^jViifj, and; the...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL OF VICTORIA. Central Executive, Trades Hall, Carlton, 26/7/10. (To the Editor of the "Age.") [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

political ?.-Labor council of '.'?..: Victoria^ : ._.;.-. ?'.' ; ? Central Executive. ' ' Trades Hall, Carl ton, 26/7/10. . :; (To. the ?Editor otrthe -':Age^':) ;. gjr)_^.-^re( the pi*esident ana secretary of the P.L.C., feel called upon to- reply ±0 certain parts of the leading article in this day's'. ', Age,'; and .askr you.to kindly find space for this letter. K':'/ ' : ^ ? Neither ' we, nor .any other 'members .of the P.L.C. have any objection to criticism nn...;'iwiimpnt hnserJ- on facts. But* the writer of your article seems to , have been under ' several^ misapprehensions. - He sa5#s:— ?? ' ' ?'..-.-?? ',-???-? ?.??? *. ?'? .??-.' ? ?'?- 'in a loose sort of way the Labor 'executive has alWays/preened-Jtself on being Protectionist. Most of its indi vidual' members are-;SO.';'-But;'as. a- body it ''has! never takgn any 'step to' help the fiscal doctrine which it is supposed to fav^or.' '?-??''? :':'?':-? ?-'.''''':' :-'''?'? -.:- ? ''?'?.- . Your writer' must liave forgotten, ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REFUSED PUBLICATION BY "ACE." ATTACK MADE AND NO REPLY ALLOWED. NEED FOR LABOR DAILY EMPHASISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

REFUSED PUBLICATION BY 'ACE.' ATTACK MADE AND NO REPLY A'LLOWED. ;/NEED FOR LABOR DAILY - '.;:'' -EMPHASISED. '_ -.; We have received the following com munication, and gladly print it':— ?'? Dear Workrf., — You. 'will find enclosed a .coj)y lpC;a letter I recently sent tp'.the Melljouriiey /f.A'ge..;/ ', I am -directed, tp^ask you to publish 'it/ preface'd by this intro duction, which has the approval of ;the President of the C.E.,. Mr. 1-1. E. Beard, M.H.R. for Batnian.;; . . ,.' . ; The letter, -w_as .hanaect, to., tne suu editor of the 'Age,' but was not published, In common fairness it should have been, as'the alleged facts on which the- 'Ago,' writer based his arguments are disputed. Our object in asking the. Labor. Press throughout Australia to pubiis'li this letter' is to thrust forth again with' emphasis on the minds of - the people, the venality- of the capitalistic press. ., ; ' ? The 'Age 'gave a half-hearted support to Labor a.t the Federal elections. It was willing to w...

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

_^^^^^il'_'Jn ? n_jriiLjLLj3ii: ' -—h^ito' iifrinirtJMjf^y^a— «««»»»— aw—— m— — rmm—i will ? ? ?iii—n»»««iMWB— mi ? im i ?— ph— a»^mMg»t»; FOOD UNDIGESTED FOR MANY HOURS.. This Woman tells how she Suffered and was Cured. Mrs. Kenneth Macleay, who keeps a provision business, at 7SG Brunswick St., North Fitzroy, Melbourne, has proved the value of the Tonic Treatment in Indi gestion. These are her own words: — ' My nerves were very run down some years back. My appetite fell away by degrees, till at last I could hardly eat anything, for everything I ate lay so heavy on my chest for hours. I would have to loosen my clothes to get my breath. My chest was just as if all the food had stuck there, and wouldn't go any further, and I'd get such a dull pain right through to my very shoulder blades. My tongue was slightly coated, and I'd have a bitter taste in m5r mouth on rising. I only slept at night by fits and starts. If I closed my eyes I'd wake up shortly, trembling at nothing, and in the ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A FRANCHISE FIASCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A FRANCHISE FIASCO. An extraordinary contretemps occurred in the Assembly on Tuesday, -which gave unbounded delight to the Opposition in the House and the Tories outside. The debate on the second reading of the Franchise Bill was resumed, and the in tention was to adjourn it to give the Op positiorS^the fullest opportunity oC dis cussion. Two Labor members, Messrs. Goode and Ryan, wished to go away for a time, and having consulted the 'Whip found that they could safely do so, as no division would be taken that day. When they hiKl left one of the Opposition mem bers moved the adjournment of the de bate, but his own party voted against the motion, and it was declared lost. Then the Premier innocently rose and explained that he did not object to the adjourn ment, and the Speaker took this as his reply speech and closed the debate. Mr. Senior was on his feet to continue the talk till the two missing men returned, but he was not allowed to proceed. Then confusion followe...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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LABOR WILL TRIUMPH AGAIN. PROSPECTS OF COMING STATE ELECTIONS. DISCUSSED BY PARTY'S ORGANIZERS. GOOD WORKING MAJORITY CERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

[?] [?PROSPECTS OF -COMING STATE ELECTIONS. DISCUSSED BY PARTY'S ORGANIZERS. !- GOOD WORKING MAJORITY CERTAIN. \ow that the N.S.W. general election -is : ,o near at hand, those behind the scenes. ° enabied to discuss the prospects of the Si parties. The Premier (Mr. Wade* a few days ago was reported by one of the morning papers to have smiled; at a meeting of the Liberal party, but the in c Sent only calls to mind the story of .the Lail boy who had to visit a. cemetery one night, and while there whistled 'just to keep his courage up.' Among those be . . , n., „„*-*,** nnci who are competent to make a reliable prediction, it is not a : question as to 'Who will win?' -.bu^ ?'What will be the Labor majority?' Every' indication suggests that it will be ; a substantial one, and that the'. rout of : jfr Wade and his Coercionist supporters ; will be as thorough and complete as that i of Deaicin and Cook and their Eusionists ; on 'memorable April' 13., While' the i- leaders of the Labor Par...

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

OHEARERS LOOKING FOR SHEDS can H -ret there quicker and easier when riding ?a CARBIXK. WORKER, or 1JX1ON EI CYCL1S supplied by the Maker. T. W. HENDERSON (the workinfonaii's friend), 40 and 42 Park Street, SYDNEY. One Shp;n-er lias ridden T.000 miles on one, and is si ill tvoing strongly. We sol! for cash or for terms, and have hundreds of rieoond-liands of all makes for sale. Wriro to T. W. HENDERSON, 40 snd 42 Park St., SYDNEY, for Free Lists' and pa.'-fiouiars.

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COUNTRY BUTCHERING AWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

COUNTRY BUTCHERING AWARD The Butchering Retail Board. Award applies to the shopping districts and towns of Walcha, Uralla, Armidale, Guyra, Glencoe, Hillgrove, Glen Innes, Erama ville, Deepwater, Black Mountain, Ten terfield, Tingha, and Inverell, to be known as the Tablelands area; and Mus wellbrook, Scone, Murrurundi, Quirindi, Blandford, ' Werris Creek, Taniworth, Manilla, Barraba, Moree, Gunnedah, Cur lewis, Boggabri, Narrabri, West Narrabri, Walgett, Collarendari, Warialda, Wee Waa, Burren Junction, Bingara, and Nemingha, to be known as the Plains Area. The hours of labor are 59 per week for shop employees and 52 for those employed in connection with the slaughter, houses. The rates of wages are: — Shopman, £3; smallgoods, £3; salters, £3; carter and assist, £2 10s.; carters only, £2 5s.; shop and slaughter,. £3; beef carters, £2 5s.; slaughtermen, £ 3 ; digestermen, £ 2 10s. The secretary of the Newcastle Branch, T. J. Waters, will visit the whole of the towns to explain the a...

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OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

OUR ADVERTISERS. When dealing with our advertisers, always mention 'The Worker.' It will be to our mutual benefit. Mr. Daniel Ward (successor to. Barry and Stafford), of Maitland-street, Nar rabri, wishes us to draw the attention of ouv readers to the fact that he carries over £4000 worth of. stock, comprising drapery, millinery, clothing, men's mercery, boots and shoes, etc., and that he makes a speciality of drapery and boots. His advertisement appears in this issue (Country Directory).

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

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1910.

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A TRICKY MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

? . A TRICKY MEASURE.'-.': JIM: 'What happened, Bill?—- You don't mean to tell me you've been knocked down. a ship's, hold again?' BILL (casual wharf laborer): 'No! I've had a look into Wade's rotten Compensation Act, and fellthrough one of the many holes in it!'

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MAINLY POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

I Illl'' I if^ro-*** fiVe an4a ^Uartet- mI1'' lions' of the people's money put through IS only three of the servile followers |of the Government sitting, in the House.' Ullr. McGowen again. i ? ? # * * i ! row that Mr. W. H. Kelly, M.B.R., is W opposition to the Australian Labor Government, he has suddenly acquired a bong' objection to all-night sittings being Weed on the House without any warn ing To this grievance a South Austra lian Labor member replied that it was bad enough in the day time to have to listen to the member for Wentworth. ; « * * ? Ij The insolent refusal of some State Go vernments to comply with the request of 'the Federal Government that the police 'sboald collect the census returns in April next has been cancelled. Probably reflec tion showed the State Governments that the census would be as useful to the States as to the Federal Government. I « ? ' * * Premier Wade, with his eervile ma jority, got rejected an anrendrnmit pro ?posed by Mr. D. Macdonell in favir...

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

| I NEEDS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. i $ ifi ^ff^jS^ T* HROUGHOUT the many stages of I ift m ^Zf^nmr I Woman's Life from Girlhood to Woman- B m iPJJjIP hood, through the ordeals of motherhood, H 8 -iiisn1Pil ***e cnanSe °f ^e' am* the declining years H fi ?jHIt I * «*\^ °f °ld aSc- ? tnere is no safer or more reliable B £ v^-* ?w-'nw**^N medical companion than Dr. Morse's Indian. Root fi 1 (^^^zS&jgL Pills. ' . i fi ? - :, % ( D? I |« Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a Safe, Sure B P ? ? % «.ft 8 -?***» W and Reliable Remedy, prescribed by doctors, ? I H 1 \\V&»«C^ sk recommended by nurses, and praised by thous- 8 I ' : ? I n,-DrrrlnM-, les ands of women who have been restored to health B I fi I «iriTwZ!!wi- H through the gentle aid and marvellous curative If i . g I cMiuiRrmiuu,..* Ipl properties of these pills. They assist Nature in Eg f ? fi « *'~ »«»—«. ||| driving all impurities out of the system, ensuring g 3' ?. § | 'V^^'^ |e| a free and regular condition...

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

j THEWOBKEB'S iViQST DISTRESSING COMPLAINT 1 M /TTHE life of Mr. J. O'Hanlon, of Tucker St., Horseshoe f; W- i Bend, Gym pie (Q.) was made a perfect misery through || M Piles. His doctor assured him that his only hope of relief f-j M was to undergo an operation, yet ZaraBuk not onlir brought || '% Mr. O'Hanlon immediate rest aud comfort but cured, him com- ^ H pletely. surely, arid permahently. . -. - }- |j M ?' For five long- 3'eafs,'' says Mr. O'Hanlon, 'I suffered || I from bleeding: and protruding Piles, and during this period |j I I tried many remedies, both internal and external, and also |J I ? consulted a doctor.- The so-called remedies, however, failed to |j M bring me relief, and the doctor strongly advised me to under- |j 1 go an operation, assuring me that.. I should hot get rid of the |i P Piles unless I had theiu:,cu.t\out.;';;';I:':-was-'^uffefing great agony ; |j M intense inflammatibn ,had:;;seLin ;.-sitting;down .was out of the ^ i question ; aiid I \was': ; rapidl...

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SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. As a result of negotiations on fsaturaay it was agreed to accept the rate of 1/ per hour for eight hours, and Is. 3d. per hour overtime, and to resume work on Monday morning.

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PIPE MOULDERS' DIFFICULTY. MEN LOCKED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

w ? PIPE MOULDERS ' DIFFICULTY. MEN LOCKED OUT. A lock-out of iron pipe moulders has occurred at the foundry of. Charles Mon teath-and Sons, South- Melbourne. The men have been working in two shifts un der the task system. Where the pipes are 9 inches in diameter it has been custom ary for ten men in a gang to turn out twelve a day. Recently the men were put to work on 12 -inch pipes, and a fair task was considered to be ten a day. A ver bal agreement was made between tne rirm and the workmen that where extra pipes were made extra pay should lie given. When the men went for their pay las- Saturday week, it was found that they were short to the extent of from. 6/6 to 12/6 each. On Monday there was trouble. Mr. Monteath told the night shift ' that unless they wero prepared to turn out fourteen^ or fifteen pipes each shift of eight hours they -need not resume work. They aid not start.' Tho Tuesday- rnbri? jng. shift was treated in the same way, and they did not resume work. At a meetin...

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FACTORIES ACT AMENDMENT. LIBERAL PROMISES. EFFECT OF ARBITRATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

FACTORIES ACT AMENDMENT. LIBERAL PROMISES. ' EFFECT OF ARBITRATION ACT. How deficient under Anti-Labor Go vernment is the Factories and Shops 'Act to meet the requirements of- the workers is evidenced by the character and extent of the amendments Avhich' the- Trades Hall Council desire shall be incorporated in the bill which is to be introduced to Parlia ment this session. Last week a deputa tion from the council waited on the Minis ter of Labor (Mr. Murray) in respect to tne matter. ±ie was handed a copy of the proposals of the Council, which have al ready appeared in The Worker. The most important of them were to the fol lowing effect: — . ?' '.??-'? Wages boards shall have power to deal' with all 'matters' pertaining1 to trades and 'callings,, and' have- jurisdiction 'to make such, determinations- or orders as they shall think. Wages boards shall have power to give preference to unionists. ' -. No person employed in hotels, clubs, re-t stauran ts,-- coffee palaces,- oyster saloon...

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

Redtactiogis of . ? ? ? ? §%gf $$ p- ^ $ff \$ J — .mrl»,n,i,,Mi.,i,,,,nMM1.MIH..»dil j q 21/- Overcoats, Chcstcrs, or Paddock ... f4/3 Paddock or Chesterfield. Tweeds and Worsteds, Gauntlet or Plain Cuffs. * */ w Well made. Regularly 21/-. To clear at ? 25/- Overcoats, in 2 Styles, 19/11. Two styles, Chesterfield and Paddock. Serviceable stripes, Checked 'ffO IV V Tweeds, Herringbones, Showerproofs, latest colorings. Broad, Concave, i S'? / B I Shoulders. All sizes. Regularly 25/-. NOW ? * w / a A 25/-, 30/- Blue and Grey Melton Overcoats (only 6's and 7's). NOW ? 19/11 OUR GREAT OVERCOAT SPECIAL. All 30/-, 35/-, 37/6, 40/- Overcoats, Now 22/11. (Sizes 5 to 8 only.) In -6 Styles, Quality Fabrics of English and Australian Tweeds, Fancy g% C% /Tr]T Worsteds, Blue Meltons and Friezes. Latest handsome colorings. Every /r, /- I g B 30/-, 35/-, 37/6, and 40/- Overcoat, 5's to S's only. NOW ? ? ''*/ A* 37/6 Showerproofs (combined Cold and Wet Weather Coats), all sizes, Now 27/9. Our most p...

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