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

COOKERY. Rizzared Haddock. — Clean a moderate sized fish, rub with a little salt arid, hang . in a 'fish-hake.' Next day cut off the head; take out the back bone, skin, dust with flour and boil. Serve with flakes*. ? of fresh butter. — A. # * # Scotch Cookery (' Fitless Cock.')~A cup of oatmeal, . half, one of .cut suet,, a large union chopped small, pepper salt, and an egg. Mix well and if too- dry put in a little milk. Tie in a cloth and boil two hours. Serve with meat, or a good meat gravy. — A. ? ' , - * #., ,..*'? Tea cakes for afternoon or evening are nicest, baked in sandwich tins, buttered j and laid one over the other, and served in a fancy paper napkin or d'oyley on a single plate. As a change from butter alone, marmalade or a not too sweet jam, such as plum, may be added. If only sweet jams are available, beat them with a few drops of lemon juice as a sharpener and digestive aid. #.'#?'.?# Scotch White Pudding. — Take beef suet cut, but not too small, and a third of its w...

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

V STITCHERY. The Raej. Mat. — There are several ways of making it. The easiest is to cut the rags into half-inch widths, and join ac-. cording to color (if you want a regular pattern)'. Now get a stout crochet hook made of No. 8 fencing wire, and sharpened .-. a little at the -end. '-Cut' a- bran rbag 'or \:- piece of ^hessian the size' the mat is to ;? be, . and holding the rag at the back draw - ,V it through in loops two inches long (or : , shorter if. p'ref erred). It can be 'worked ? in squates of color, stripes, or other de signs. The rows of loops should be close together. When all the surface is covered take a second piece of sacking and line up the back. Another method is that of weaving. Take a ball ' of; strong twine, and cut in lengths. Drive nails into a board as wide as the rug is to be, at quarter-inch distances. Fasten the twine to each of these, and to a similar board at the other end. Plave the rags jbined in strips, and use them as a darning thread, using a small ...

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

J- T. WALKER, 23 STURT ST., BALLARAT. Pianos (Best Makers). F*t*rnittsre (E- opean Made) CASH OR TERMS. It will Pay You to Deal With HARRY DA VIES &* Co. STURT STREET, BALLARAT. Retail Drapers at Wholesale Prices. . We cater specially for the Trade of the Workingman. You want Right Goods at tho Right Prices. WE HAVE THEM! Write direct to us for Samples of any Drapery or Furnishings you are likely to require, and yru will find our Prices much below all others. We Pay Carriayi on All Parcels, including Carpets and Linoleums, and give Coupons equal to 3 per cent, on all Cash Purchases. FEDERAL 'MEJiiiiOALroOjSV '~ All Diseases Treated. Advic« and Medicine 5/-. Fee by letter, including medicine for one w«fk, 10/-. If your case is not suitable for treatment by ^^ correspondence your tee will be returned. Dr. MALONEY, Stargeoa, MEDICAL DIRECTOR. HOURS: 12 to 2; 5 to 7. The Worker Building,. Russell Street (opposite King's Theatre), Melbourne. JEDskst 1VE elibotsrifee Hotel, 139 Bo...

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VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

VICTORIAN LABOR ITEMS. Application has been made to have the Melbourne Municipal Emplo3rees' Associa tion registered under the Commonwealth Arbitration Act. A branch of the Carpenters and Joiners' Society has been -formed at Brunswick, V., with Mr. Yewdall president and Mr. E, M. Pringle secretary. Messrs. A. J. Sullivan and T. Howes, two of the best known among representa tives of mine workers in the north-east of Victoria, have been elected president and vice-president respectively of the Chiltern, Rutherglen, and Indigo branch of the Mine Employees' Association. Messrs. R. G. Large (president) and J. Prosser (vice-president) have been ap pointed by the Melbourne Eight-Hour Committee to represent them at this year's Sydney demonstration. The Ade laide representatives of the committee will bo Messrs. J. Geddes and M. O'Don n-?H.

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. MANDATORY POWER ALTERED. COURT CAN GRANT PREFERENCE WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. MANDATORY POWER ALTERED. COURT CAN GRANT PREFERENCE WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS. Closer consideration of the clause making it mandatory for the President of tlie Arbitration Court to grant preference to Unionists, and the fact that it was inter-related to the question of the minimum wage rendered it necessary for the Attorney- General to recast the pro visions and dissociate them so that they could work independently. As originally presented, the clause was found to ..be unconstitutional, and rather than any risks should be run in that respect Mr. Hus-hea nresenterl a new amendinar clause as follows: — 1. The Court, by its award,- or by order made on the application of any organization or person bound by the award may — (a) direct that, as between members of organizations of' employers or em ployees and other persons offering or desiring service or employment at the same time, preference shall, in such ? manner as. is specified in the award or order, be given to su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOOT TRADE AWARD. MR. JUSTICE HIGGINS AND THE HIGH COURT. COMPLAINS ABOUT COERCION. Court Being Driven into a Blind Alley. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

THE BOOT TRADE AWARD. MR. JUSTICE HIGGINS AND THE HIGH COURT. COMPLAINS ABOUT COERCION. Court Being Driven into a Blind Alley, Mr. Justice Higgins, President of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, in delivering his decision on the application to vary the award in the dispute between the Australian Boot Trade Employees' Federation and Messrs. Whybrow and others in order to conform with the recent decision of the High Court, pertinently remarked upon the manner In which the Court was hampered by the operations and powers of the -High Court. The day after the^ award came into operation an order nisi' was granted by the High Court for the issue of a writ prohibiting the Arbitration Court and its President from proceeding with the award. One of the grounds on which the order was granted was that the whole Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitra tion Act was beyond the powers of the Federal Parliament. He. was called. upon to try and alter the award so as to render it no...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. PUTTING THE ARBITRATION BILL THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

IN THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. PUTTING THE ARBITRATION BILL THROUGH. The Opposition in the Australian Par liament apparently wanted the debate on the second reading of the Conciliation and Arbitration Act Amendment Bill to go on indefinitely. Speeches were being made which were largely repetitions of what had gone before. These members all pro fessed to admire Unions and what had been accomplished by industrial organiza tion. Thev showed how deerc-seated the affection was by attempting to restrict the Unions as much as they could. There was a great deal said about the poor non Unionist, of the liberty of the subject being in danger, and legislation under taken for political purposes. But as was pointed out in reply to those remarks, the Unions had done much to advance the standards of living, and with nonUnion ists there would have been stagnation. The liberty of the subject was being looked after seeing the amending bill re moved all hampering disqualifications hitherto existing, wh...

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

RURAL WORKERS' UNION. Organizer W. E. Kelly visited Mt. Gambier, South Australia, last month, and was successful in establishing a good branch in that centre. E. Young was ap pointed agent at Mt. Gambier; W. Fahey, at Mt. Schank; E. Hyde, Allan dah, and W. Bremmier, at Kalangadoo. Altogether, 60 members were enrolled. Arrangements are being made for a meeting of mem bers, to be held in Mt. Gambier, to elect officers for the new branch. The General Secretary and Ike John ston visited Heidelberg on Saturday night, and addressed a meeting of Rural Workers arranged by courtesy of local Branch P.L.L. It was ascertained that a number of milkers in this district were receiving as low as 12s. 6d. per week of from 60 to 80 hours. At the conclusion of the meeting a number . of new members were enrolled, and Mr. P. W. Bragg was appointed local agent. Members generally are exhibiting a keen interest in the proposed amendment of the Arbitration Act, and are very grate ful for the splendid case p...

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BRITISH IMMIGRATION LEAGUE N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL DECLINES REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

BRITISH IMMIGRATION LEAGUE N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL DECLINES REPRESENTATION. At last week's meeting of the Labor Council of New South Wales, the execu tive committee reported that a letter had been received from the British Immigra tion League, inviting the Council to nomi nate delegates as members of the league. The acting- secretary had been instructed to reply to the letter declining the in vitation. In a brief discussion which fol lowed the proposal for the adoption of the executive committee's minutes, one dele gate remarked that he could not for the life of him understand why the invitation of the League had not been accepted. The presence of Council representatives on the League would have enabled mem bers to get an insight into what the League was doing, and would also have given an opportunity for putting before that body other views than those they wero accustomed to take. Mr. TV. L. Duncan, vice-president of the Council, said the reason why the invita tion of the League had n...

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

B Scon the opportunity to obtain an EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS FREE will I B be gone. The closing date of our big Re-building Sale also terminates our § ? Free Trouser Offer. Every man to whom four garments are worth more tfcan | g three, should immediately be measured at LOWE'S. § 9 The ever-Increasing army of four-garment men is abundant evidence of the | B popularity of Lowe's Free Trouser Offer. Well-dressed men — men who are par- f a ticular, yet determined to be economically clothed— recognize the large saving » ? and the improvement in appearance the Extra Trousers effect, | 9 Three large cases of new Suitings are Just to hand from London. They re- f m present the choicest new season's materials. The Suit you need for early £ M Spring Wear can now be had with the advantage of an extra pair of Trousers | a free. You need not take delivery immediately; next month will do. | ? But you must order at once. The time is short. We are anxious to decrease I 1 the large number of disappoin...

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THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. HOW TO VOTE—AND HOW OFTEN. A POLITICAL POME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

THE FIGHT IN N.S.W. *. ? ? . ? . HOW TO VOTE-AND. HOW OFTEN. V A POLITICAL POME. nh i want to howl 'with gladness, also shout aloud with glee, .Cos the mighty 'Liberal' party is as 1 safo as safe can be. I Both the 'Telegraph' and 'Herald' say 1 that 'things are. now Al' — - I ffhat they've drawn the ammunition from I the blanky Labor gun. | jir. Henley ain't a ; ' liar,' Wade is no h ' Coercionist,' wood jest loves the honest -toiler with i' the hard and horny fist; . ? i Garland don't approve of ' fetters '—that 5 is only Labor chaff — \ you can see it in the 'Herald' or the j 'Daily Telegraph.' ? R aill-t true 'bout Tommy , Johnson '- 'shakin' coal at Young Wallsend.' I wood denies he downed the miners or !' showed favor to the 'Vend.' j Nary judge, when trying Bowling, 'praised \ Coercion to the skies '— '. . : That was all a lot of bunkum, sample of I those Labor lies'. I Those ' arrests made at Newcastle ' were i not meant to cause a row ; ?: once we blindly thought they might...

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

I POSTCARDS. ', - 1 Our surprise packet of handsome postcards i , j *-rlch designs, every card artistic. All ? ?- ;- feitfh-class, whi adorn any collection, stun i ; ;i ningr value. Post free to any address, 6d. ; 3 , : i honestly worth Is. 6d. Every packet dif - jj : i ferent. We make this astounding offer s,1 3 merely as an advertisement for our Postcard j . ; Department. If they are not worth three i - j times the money, return them to us and i ? '; we will immediately return your money. i :' ?.' Send ? stamps or a sixpenny piece, and be ? 1 3 cure you esk for the DW Surprise Packet. ijj ' \ Address: Hj THE GROWN STUDIOS, !{) 498 George St., Sydney. I NOMINATED I PASSAGES IB |f| TO II NEW SOUTH WALES. jjj - . ?, ? . § LONDON TO SYDNEY 1 FOR £3. i| ? ? § II Any person resident in New South |j ' -'Wales may, under the Government jjj| lAssisted Immigration Regulations, nomi j|jj-' iiiate their . I FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN j: GREAT BRITAIN i| Jfor assisted passages to the State. An h...

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

' The Waybacks Again.' More about the cc!cl-roiocl family. More joy, rnot-f. laughter, 1s.

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TOPICAL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

TOPICAL TALK. Lord Sandwich declares that: he is not receiving any profit from his Huntingdon shire estate/ and adds that the Budget will probably compel him to leave tho1 country- We may some day see Sand- ? wich munching a namesake at a free lunch counter , in. Sydney '-or Melbourne. , A HINT TO MOTHERS. (Suggested by recent police court ? proceedings.) ^ When little ones are troublesome, and .-loudly howl and scream, You can silence the.ni (for ever) Avith ,' ' evaporated cream.' — ? King Alfonso of Spain, Avho, the. , other. ' * dajr, had a narrow escape from death on -7 Sir Tea' Lipton's yacht, is not the' only ?? / monarch to go through such an ordeal, ? our late King Edward having had a - ?, similar1 experience. a few 3*ears ago. Can; rj it be possible -that Sir Thomas is an ' . !| anarchist in disguise? - - ? -' ], * # * ;,' - ?* ' '! During the hearing of a case against a j woman charged recently at .the Darling- ]| huz'st sessions Avith having stolen a watch ? ,?; and chai...

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LAY OF THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

LAY OF THE LAND. Woodlands, Trundle, has been sold by Mr. Robinson to Arthur and Sons, and Melrose Plains, Fifield, has been sold to Mr. Buckland, of Narrandera. - # * «= i The poor, unfortunate emu is being re moved from the list of protected birds in some districts of Queensland because he eats the fruit of the prickly pear and helps to spread the seed. * # *. The fox has been receiving: a great amount of sympathy from a number of landholders because, they have said, he is a terror on the rabbits. Which is all very well, but the fox is no respector of anything he can catch and which, makes good eating, and in those districts where the rabbit pest is diminishing the fox has been forced to turn his attention more directly to lambs (though sensible men have realised that the fox has been a lamb destroyer all along. A pastoralist near Temora, N.S.W., complains that he has lost nearly 200 lambs this season by the depredation of foxes. His neighbour estimates his losses from the same ca...

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GOAL STRIKE LEADERS RELEASED. TURNED ADRIFT IN THE NIGHT. HOW WADE "PLAYS THE CAME." CONTEMPTIBLE TRICK TO PREVENT DEMONSTRATIONS OF WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

[?] A. TURNED ADRIFT IN THE NIGHT. HOW WADE ' PLAYS THE CAME.' CONTEMPTIBLE TRICK TO PREVENT DEMONSTRATIONS' OF WELCOME. It having* become knoAvn that Messrs. Brennan, Gray, Bm-ns, and Lcavis, who had served six months' imprisonment in connection' with ?_ the alleged conspiracy charges folloAving the NeAA'castle strike, Avere to be I'eleased on Tuesday, demon strations of Avelcome ..were arranged to greet them at the prison gates. This, hOAveVer, Avent against the grain. of the authorities, and someone gave orders that the men Avere to be quietly released' on Monday .evening: This Avas done, and just as the men AA'.ere preparing for bed they AArere informed that they Avere to be liberated that evening, and shortly after thejp Avere breathing the free air Avithout the prison walls. This paltry action of the authorities is on a level with the, Government's attitude to. the'~'miners and their leaders right through, the p'iece, and if 'anything' further Avere Avantcd should bring home ?...

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DR. E. G. LEGER ERSON. SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATE FOR KOOYONG, V. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

DR. E. G. LEGER ERSON. SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATE FOR KOOYONG, V. Dr. E. G. Leger Erson, who has been selected as Labor candidate to fight f or Kooybng;-— the seat vacated ; in the Aus tralian Parliament by Mr. W. Knox— has been in* the Commonwealth for about 30 years, and during that time has lived' in and practised his profession in nearly all the States, whilst he has also an intimate acquaintance with New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Although not in the past actively identified Avith' public life, he has taken a deep interest in defence matters, and in his profession has seen the neces sity for urgent reform in questions per taining to the Ijealth of . communities, which he holds should be the first great concern of the State as a whole. .Ahvays of democratic convictions, he has during the last tAvo years identified himself with Labor politics, and lent a -willing1 hand in the battle for reform. -When, connected with 'the Prahran School Boai;d of 'Advice Dr. Erson took a promi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

SELECTED LABOR CANDIDATES. ALBURY— B. C. Loyd. . ; ALEXANDRIA— J.R. Dacey, M.L.A. : ALLOWRIE— C. VV. Craig. ] ANNANDALE— G. M. Davidson. . i ARMIDALE— F. H. Bryant. j ASHBURNHAM— J. P. Lynch, M.L.A., ] ASHFIELD— W. B. Prsndergast. '1 ' BALMAIN— J. Storey, M.L.A. BATHURST— J. F. Coates. ' : BELMORE— P.-J. Minahani M.L.A* BELUBULA— G. J. Danahey. BINGARA— G. R. W. McDonald. ' ? BLAYNEY— G; S. Bseby, M.L.A. - BOTANY— F. J. Page, M.L.A. . - BROKEN HILL— J. H. Cann, M.L.A. '! BUR WOOD— Thomas Tytherleigh. ? i BURRANGONG— G. A. Burgess, M.L.A.' ; CAMDEN— F. W. Webster. CAMPERDOWN— R. J. Stuart- Robertson, J M.L.A. ? . | CANTERBURY— E. H. Burgess. . I CASTLEREAGH, THE — J. L. Treffe, i M.L.A. . . ? ;'; : CLYDE— W. H. Tomkins. '? - ;.; '- COBAR— D. Macdonel), M.L.A. ! COOTAMUNDRA— W. A. Holman, M.L.A.- | COROWA— -J. GRANT. . ? ?? ; DARLING* HARBOR— J. P. Cochran, ! M.L.A. ~ | DARLING, THE— J. C. Meehan,. M.L'.A. . ! DARLINGHURST— J. D. Fitzgerald.' ' ;' DENILIQUIN— H. J. F. Peters, M.L.A { ...

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

^''.^uwP.m' ' ? ; ? ; ? r ? '*? '''--* ? ' ? - ? ' ? ..-- i,t*T-rrs&* — ? '~ t- ft O tJ D *S Suites of Rose Pink and Green Cornelian Jewellery Sot with Pearls, in 15et. Gold. ^W Obtainable only at W. J. PROUD'S, 4F ^Iw 187 Pitt Street, near King St., Sydney. ? Jr v*yjQfc. Necklace, £3/10/- ; Barrings, 25/- the pair, '4ffa^' I 5/- MONTHLY. Vs5&X I NO DEPOSIT. ~ 'fit) (Malco-up yovr roina to own a home site **\Yu^/ A I tfJ^Hfefc near growing Sydney. With terms such as ^^Sl fVir/ ^V^Sf these — no deposit, 5/- monthly— you can af- V'%. ___^^55[ £ ^yL ford to own one or more of -the following x s/^^ ^^^ *V '^S- money-makers:— ? ~ \m*f^ MERRYLANDS. — Factory Estate, In the centre of the coming factory I district. Bipr lots only £15 each. No deposit; 5/- monthly, no interest. I m Big- prospective value. i ? - ' 1GRANVILLE.— Deliwood Park Estate, handy to either Clyde or Gran- I ? ville Stations. Big 40ft. home sites on this desirable Estate. £10 each? Packard's. Easy Terms,...

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"ALL MEALS FOURPENCE." [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910

'ALL MEALS FOORPENCE.' The two- men passed and repassed on the side- walk in George-street. Neither noticed the other, and the hurrying six o'clock crowd passed them both unheeded. One was ragged and unkempt, the other had a faded air of respectability. One had nothing, and the other 'was the mas. ter of fourpence. 'All meals fourpence.' The man of faded respectability read and re-read the sign. He had fourpence in his pocket— a threepenny bit and a penny. He felt in his trousers* pocket to he sure that they were there, then he the fascinating doorway behind him. He could not summon up the courage to enter. He was hungry enough, but — but— — . The wraiths of departed dinners rose up before him. All the fastidiousness of a lifetime dragged him back from that su preme degradation, a fourpenny meal. The ragged and unkempt one paused., sniffed at the smell of food that came from within, and then he also turned and passed up the street. It was the door of bliss that he left behind him. N...

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