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

THE WATCH THE WORKER WANTS ? -i^f!!\ RELIABLE. STRCKC AND LOW PRICED. POST FREE ^P||^ THE JOE DAVIS RAILWAY WATCH. Jflcfcel or Oxidised Case. Dust proof and 'Watertight. Extra thicl: Glase. A splendid Timekeeper. Warranted for 5 years. '— ^— — — — i ,._ Every worker should have one of these Watches, as they are expressly made to etand hard wear. Thousands have been sold, and are giving every satisfaction. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE GOES WITH EVERY WATCH. SOLID SILVER CHAINS 6/9, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, 12/6. You can order through the post just the same as buying in the Shop. JEWELLERY AND PLATED WARE CATALOGUE sent free to any address. 26 PARK ST., SYDNEY. (One Door from Pitt Street). Established 30 years. Oot American ^nTf^^ Welted Boots ' \T-ch|y Arc Worn by All Classes Zj* v%\s/ Because they are the cheapest and / I^Swl/ E/^-*0 '*oh best in Australia. Good fitters, solid ' / : f /-S*!s/ —^ IR ? M wearers, no objectionable odor, 3olidly fK \~'«««Kswik iR Jta blocked toes, welted the same as j t-...

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

MINES AND MINERS. For three years the Overflow mine at Bobadah, N.S.W., has been idle, ,\nd the owners, of v the mine now coolly propose to apply for suspension of the labor condi- - tions (!) so that it may be let on tribute; Clearly, if the owners don't want to work the mine they should be forced to give up ' the lease. '*..' ' ?? ?*- * There is one particular argument, th- . : jaw of which is so Joegrimmian that, it takes a lot of knocking out. Take the .' Broken Hill Proprietary. They employ a ? lot of horses and they employ a lot of men. Now, if a horse gets killed (or Is killed) it costs the company about £20 to replace it; if a man gets killed — well, ? at present there are 500 A.M.A. men out of work in Broken Hill. House Bros., pi-ospecting at . Mount, Helen, between Ballarat East and Bunin yong, last week, discovered a run of gold further east than anything previously bti'uek on the lines of reef extending be tween the two places mentioned. The sample of gold is stated to.b...

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

: WAGES BOARDS. The following have been nominated as representatives v on the Wages; ' Boards named:— ._ Soap and Soda Trade— Messrs. A. N. A. Bowman, J. C. King, W. J. Kitchen, (em-, nlovers); Messrs. E. J. Abbott, T.' Brown, and J. D'Altera (employees). . Millet Broom Trade— Messrs. J. .Dal gleish, A. Gates, F. J. Storey (employers) ; Messrs. W. W. Da.vies, W.. Keale, and E. Littlejohn (employees). . Boot Trade— Messrs. G. Burston, r. i. Harkness, W. McBean, ,C. Trescowthick, 4 Williams (employers); Messrs, John Corrigan, John McDonald,' James Prosser, James C. Revell, James Thompson (em ployees).. Coopei.P_Messrs. W. Fisher, .P. Flett, H. Johnston, J.. T. O'Brien, H.J. Withers (employers) : Messrs:' ? Robert Lynch, Charles Smith, 'William Smithwick, £: Walkei1, David ? Whelan (employees).; ?- The following- board appointments have meen .made;^- . ?. .= Cigar Trade— Messrs. G. A. Carter, E. F. Kr'use. Charles H. Macfarlane, M. Moss, and J. J. Schuh (employers) 1 A. Black man, G. C...

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

THE UNSPEAKABLE CHOW. At Bathurst, last week, the- sanitary in spector to the Turon Shire Council- re ported on his insanitary, discoveries of the ;past -month. Among many of a. more or iless surprising nature one was. of special interest to. patrons of the common or garden John. In the hut of a-ereature of this species the inspector had found .'baskets of vegetables mixed up with the accumulated filth 'of years, and five dirty dogs camped amidst the cabbages ;and cauliflowers.' The inspector reported ?further that the whole surroundings of the house were nothing but a mass of filth, and added, in effect, that he had given the vegetable vendor a week's notice, to sort out his dogs from his produce, and clean up generally. The council con firmed its officer's stern action, and authorised legal proceedings if the dogs and cauliflowers, and putridity were not separated at that time. B-it why not have authorised proceedings on th'e strength 'o£ what the inspector saw?

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

RECKLESS 'POSSUM SHOOTERS. . While 'possum . shooting on the property of Paul Hermann- Melke-. ate Lochiel, Vic - toria,; some weeks agOjWiMiam J. .Smith and Oscar Haby, hearing a dog barking, fired shots, in the: direction of the sound. The result was that Melke received a bullet in the groin, and that the two sportsmen were indicted at Horsham last week for maliciously wounding, with nth fir alternative counts. ' They were. eventually, found guilty of negligently discharging a, rifle and thereby causing grievous bodily injury. The , judge- im posed, sentences of three months' im prisonment, but suspended these on re cognisances being entered into, each of £25, and one surety each of the same amount.'

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

— ? « ? y ? ?' TRAGEDY AT BENDIGO., ' A woman named Camellia- McGlusky,. 30 years of age, who had been living with Farquhar George Macintosh, gave herself up to the police- at Bendigo. on Sunday and announced that, she had killed her three 'children, and had set fire to the house in which their bodies lay. The police found that the- children, .two of whom — a boy and girl— were1 twins- two years of age, and; the. other a girl oi four, had been killed with a tomahawk.. -and: carving knife. The woman,, ..'who '?'. at tempted- suicidfii. -left notes, bitterly up 'braiding Macintosh, with whom' she had quarrelled. ? .?,'.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSING SCHOOL TEACHER IN MALE ATTIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

MISSING SCHOOL TEACHER IN MALE ATTIRE. i Margaret Bale, the missing Western ^Australian school' teacher, proves not to (have been spirited' away, notwithstand ing her abandoned goods and chattels at Albany railway station. She was dis covered last Thursday, dressed in men's clothes, and acting as clerk in a clothing factory in Perth. Since booking for Eng land in. January she had been steward .in ? the Fremantle club, cellarman and as sistant barman in a hotel, keeper of an art shop, and occupant of the position in which she was discovered.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. MEETING OF THE P.L.L. EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

LABOR LEAGUE NOTES. MEETING OF THE P.L.L. EXECUTIVE. At a summoned meeting of the Executive, lielcl in the Trades Hall on the 5th inst., tlio president. Mr. P. J. -Minalmn, M.L..A., occu pied the chair, and there was a iarge attend ance of members. New Branches. The following two branches, established on the dales named, were endorsed, viz.: Bon ville, July 30; Camderi, July. 30. - A. request from' the Publishing- Employees' Union for ?affiliation was received and ap proved ol. State Selections. Eelubula. — The general returning-offieer reported that the necessary steps to complete the fresh ballot. on the Sth instant had been taken. He also submitted a considerable quantity of -correspondence, mostly of a eon flieting1 character from the electorate. Mr. Ike Smith attended, and definitely announced his withdrawal from the proposed ballot Mr. .T. N.- Crowley wrote also expressing- his desire to withdraw. Some of the 'local branches had written making- application, for ballot, papers,...

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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

GABLE MEWS. 1 ' '??? v ' ? ' ? M. Tyck, a Belgian, aeroplaned to a height of 5,500ft. — the record. Linley SambourneT chief cartoonist on London 'Punch,' is dead. AdmiralHenderson has left London for Australia- to advise on navaFmatters. The Arnst-Barry sculling race for the championhsip of the world will be held ' on the Zambesi on August 18. ,';': The'. .-gross profits of. Guinness', the. British brewing firm, for the year, amount tor £1,300,000. ; ' Ten thousand shipyard hands have struck work at Hamburg, over questions of hours and wages; ' ' The Grand Trunk railway of Canada has agreed to raise the wages of its men 15 per cent. This will end the strike. The Chinese boycott against Americans and American goodsPhas been resumed at Canton, ' ?' ? ? ?????? ? s The British War Office has contracted with a Chicago firm to supply 1,000,900 lbs. of corned meat at the highest price yet paid. ' The unknown who has sent a challenge to Jack Johnson is Miles McLeod, 27 years of age, who wei...

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VICTORIA. LABOR AND PROTECTION. TRADES HALL COUNCIL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

VICTORIA . LABOR AND PROTECTION. TRADES HALL COUNCIL ACTION. I ??' By the casting vote of the president I vMr a. Long), the Melbourne Trades Hall I Council decided, at its'; meeting last week, ! to recommend members not to ally them - f selves with the Commonwealth Protec ! tionist Association. All the protection re ': quired. !t was declared, was provided for ; On the political side of the; Labor move \ Mr. C. J. Bennett, of the Agricultural \ Implement Makers' Employees' Union, who f resumed the debate, said that it was con 'j tended the Trades Hall Council was not I allied to the Political Labor, Council, and f that the Trades Hall Council had no right '? to discuss the question that had been - raised. This was the argument of the v 'Age.' It was nonsensical. The, Trades. ' Hall Council oould not help being political. ? ,When the matter was discussed at a pre '- ,vious meeting a member had argued that X it was' as reasonable to expect him to 1 Jeavo his Church because it supporte...

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

COUNTRY DIRECTORY, YieTORm. ? ARARAT. ? MRS. K. E. PHELAN, Shire Hall Hotel. Superior Accoin. A.W-TT. Agency. ? BALLARAT. Jj; SCUL.LIN, Grocer and Provision Merchant, Skipton-street. Ballarat. BAXTER & STUBBS. General Printers, Bookbinders, Photo. Engravers. 3 GRENVILLE STREET, BALLARAT, VIC. All Classes of Printing and Bookbinding at ? Moderate Rates. Tel. 479. ? BUCK'S HEAD HOTEL, 8-Hour House of Call. All 8-Hour Societies started from above Hostelry. Close to A.W.U. Hall. F. B. WILSON. Proprietor. ? /'COHEN'S COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL AND \J COFFEE PALACE, Lydiard-st. Mrs. H. Cohen, Licensee. Harry Cohen (late of Grand Hotel), Manager. No connection next door. J' H. SCULLIN, GROCER and PROVISION . MERCHANT, Skip ton Street. ? - ? BEN ALL A. ? ._ A3. ALLEN, Broken River Hotel, bridge St.. Benalla. Shilling Tariff. Enuf sed. RAILWAY HOTEL, Splendid Accom. Stbg, Pdks., Union House. — V. Cannon. Proptr. ? ECHUCA. ? ' RODNEY HOTEL, nr. Railway Gates. Best Aecotn. ALF. I-I. SIMMONS. P...

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WHITE WORKERS' WAGES BOARD. WORKERS DISSATISFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

? WHITE WORKERS' WAGES : BOARD. . i. WORKERS DISSATISFIED. The circumstances under which the white workers wages ., 'board7 was formed were .discussed in the Victorian Legisla tive Assembly last' week on the motion of Labor ' member Billson. He pointed out that the trade board last met about five years ago, when a minmum wage of 1C/ .was fixed. Recently, the .^Government ;were moved, to have a new board created, arid three representatives were'appointed for the employees and three for the em ployers. The members of the White Workers' Union took exception to one of the representatives of the employees, and they desired to petition against her no miiiatioh. The girls were first of all told that it 'would be necessary. 'to have 190 signatures 'on the petition ' to make it \alid,,and this numbei was. subsequently increased to 220. They also complained that two factory inspectresses. Miss Thier md Tliss Sehey had interfex*ed ,and ad- * vised that- the petition should not be signed. There...

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

The man Edward Burgess, -who escaped from custody while Toeing- taken by train from Wang-aratta to Wagga, was rear rested on Monday at Pullitop. At Melbourne, last week, John Williams, an American, when charged with burglary by two detectives and a policeman, who had arrested him, did not deny the im peachment. He, however, gave the officers a freeborn citizen's opinion of ? them. 'You fellers,' he said, 'ain't got no sense. In the States the cops would stand in and take a rake-off. You fellers deserve to die iu the poor house.' OR WORTH OF FI/R— JTURE, 5/ deposit, T.t) 2/6 weakly. Lino!mniB,2ydf.. wiSe. 2/6 yet. ; Oilcloth. l/6:'WaT.h-t-bco, Mirror Door, Irora £3: WaBhpt«n-3«. fi/S-. Cheats Dra^nva. SO/. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. 04f\ FURNITURE, 10/ deposit. 3/6 weekly. jfl If Houses Furnished Completely. Bed cLinen, — -- BianKets. curtains, Carpets. Agent N.S Wales for Werthcim Sewing Machines ? C. FORSSBERG, 76 William St. OAR FURNITURE, 20/ deposit, 5/ weekly. i jjl Drawing...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACTION BY POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL. Members to Resign from Commonwealth Protectionist Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

ACTION BY POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL. Members to Resign from Commonwealth Protectionist Association. ? The following letter has been sent to the various branches and unions affiliated with the Political Labor Council in order to deal with the position that has arisen and so that finality be i*eached: — P.L.C. of Victoria, Central Executive, : Carlton, 6/8/10. . To. the Secretary. : Dear Comrade,— At the last meeting of the Central Executive I was directed to write. to;all branches of the Political Labor Council- andr of affiliated unions, advising them that the annual confer ence had decided, after considering the matter twice, that no member of any body affiliated with the Political Labor ''Council could remain a member of the Commonwealth - Protectionist Associa tion. Members of bodies affiliated with the Political Labor Council who are also ?members of the' Commonwealth Pro tectionist Association, unless they re sign from the latter body within 14 days, will be excluded from this or...

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

J IN THE' BUSH TOWNSHIPS I No matter how far back yon go, in practically ev«ry country homo 1 you will find a bottle of Bonnington's Irish Mo»s. That is because 9 it is a tried and proved medicine. The stockman, the shearer, and 1 the boundary rider all take this splendid remedy 1 FOR THE CHEST, THROAT & LUNGS. M ; Toogooloowa, Holebrook Place, Hobarl, I Oct. 30th, 1908. nj Messrs. Bonninfjton & Co., Ltd. H Dear Sirs, — In every small town in Australia B up to the very North of Queensland I have ? always been able to get ' Bonnington's Irish S Moss.' I never like to be without it, it is so H splendid for coughs and colds. Yours truly, i GEORGINA FEREDAY. GUARANTEED FREE This Medicine is guaranteed ^ ' absolutely free from Mor ''? phia or Opium in any form whatever. THE SAFE AND SURE CURE. 1 REFUSE SUBSTITUTES— INSIST ON BEING SUPPLIED WITH BONNINGTON'S §1 the remedy which has -stood the test for over 45 years. gj'aS____2Ei^S^i__^S3i^^igaiL^ 1 (S I The Pure Food Law n...

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

SERIOUS CHANCES. f ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING ECZEMA. r -Any person takes serious chances who 1A neglects Eczema, This ailment has the 11 tendency to spread, and there is also the p danger of it becoming chronic, besides ? being very difficult- to cure. The safest 3 remedy for Eczema is Doan's Ointment. \ In using it there is no detention from ; daily occupation, and the many_ cures \ made by it have made it .famous all over \ the world. Read the following testimony i of a lasting cure of Eczema by this won :5 derful remedy. . : I Mrs. J. Fletcher, .19 Elizabeth-street, ? North Sydney, says: — ' For some months :. I suffered with a form of Eczema, which broke out on my legs and. arms. The irritation was so dreadful at iniglit that I could not sleep. I used, a great number of remedies, but none of them' gave me |i. .any. ease. I- commenced-, to^hink -'that- I' there was no cure for Eczema, but a I treatment of Doan's Ointment proved that I I was wrong in this. The''firs1r aftplica-' I t...

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

t DAINTY CAKES * the kimls that please »-- both the eye and the |j .make ix' you use g I S&ki&g. Powder., . | I The 'Trusty F-iond ' of all .good g I cooks. ' §S I All Grocers. '? | Suffered Intense Pain for 3 Years Skin Inflamed and Covered with Scales — Limb Badly Swollen, with Terrible Itching and Burning, CURED BY CUTICURA WHEN ALL ELSE HAD FAILED 'Previous to using Cuticura I suf fered intense pain for three years from it^'~-\- eczema on my leg, from - & ' ' vj the knee down. It be 1 v? {£ ij gan from a small spot * s -. a ,.!» the size of a penny V\j*£sU\ piece and bi-oke. in a if t'K-^vt 'watery v?ay over; the X/f \\\\t'/V~- ankles. It spread ^?yh^K \lf^h \ rapidly to the knee. It r ixiZ^^A I l°°ked like an erup \ \ *o I / tion, the skin red and \ I \ \( inflamec^ a.ncl covered \| Vo* ? \f with a coating of scales. . 7 -J — The leg became very I swollen, with a terribie itching and burning sensation. In this way I suf fered for tho fchreo years. I assu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

' ' v-v Roi'J'u WaK':*. Labor Bureau has 1 iUv-'H another ' coleur de rose' re JVl'iT' r'nii ? '^??tvarca and 'wages good, !;ill\;t T. t, r.-iTiie of Mahomet. The ''J.^r^,.J r,,,; Vlccv to the following ad !CP'1(-,-h'( ??-' ? w.'ii'-.d from a recent issue 0f;'TheFarmer' and Settler':- ? ? ' . 'Wanted for the country, a young gin, u or 15 years old- who would give her »rvices for her keep. A good home pro vided. Apply to Mr. George Cousens, 'Two strong, capable Englishmen are EMious to gain general experience on a farm- both have some months' experience on American ranches; they understand train cultivation, are accustomed to horses, excavation with scoop, piggery work, etc. Both capable men, willing to take 15s. each. Apply 460.'. 'I can personally recommend an ex perienced carpenter and joiner, and gene ral handy man about homestead, at los. Apply number 451.' 'Who can make an opening for an Eng lish married couple without children? The man understands horses, but has had no experi...

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HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

HOUSEHOLD. Parsnip Beer is boiled down in the same way and made up with hops and a little sugar. ,# '# « . To take, coffee stains out of a table cloth, mix equal parts of yolk of egg and glycerine,. apply, and in a short time wash out in cold water. Iron while damp on the wrong' side, and the cloth need not go to the. laundry. ' : ?» * * When the kapok mattress feels cold, thin, and lumps', put it out in-. the sun, or tip against a sunny window to wai-m, dry, and aei-ate. It will rise like a new niattress. If you have.no sunny outlook, put it in front. of the fire. '!?«?'« * A general rule for making fruit wines is measure for measure of fruit and sugar, and from three-quarters to a pound of sugar to the gallon of the mixture. If the fruit is very dry use a po~und to the quart and sugar according to the acidity. Lemon rind, juice, and spices may be added if one cares for the flavoring. Parsnip Wine. — Allow a pound of par snips, allow a quart of water, and %lb. of white sugar. Wash,...

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FOR THE BAIRNS. PANTOUM OF THE VIRTUOUS HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

FOR THE BAIRNS. PANTOUM OF THE VIRTUOUS HOUSEWIFE, It's Bridget's Sunday out, I must keep the children neat; Aunt Hannah will come no doubt, Sho never .eats potted meat; I must keep the children neat; The sitting-room's in a mess', She never ^eats- potted meat; ? And Susy's torn her dress. The sitting-room's in a mess; ; I'll pick up the baby's blocks, Ond Susy ha's torn her- dress, I ought to lengthen her frocks. I'll pick up. the baby's blocks; I wish their colthes would last, I 'ought to lengthen her frocks, 'The children grow 'so 'fast.' I wish their clothes would last; I'll alter my last year's hat; The childi'en grow so fast, You can always count on that. I alter my last year's hat; We're always short of cash, -. You can always count on that. And Roger is short of cash; We're always short of cash; I think it is very queer; And Roger is tired of hash, And even sausage is dear. I think it is very queer; The water-back's sprung a leak! Arid even sausage is dear; Seven breakfasts ...

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