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LAND-HOGS AND PUMPKIN-WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
LAND-HOGS AND PUMPKIN WAGES. ¥ F a man be ' down on his uppers ' in * Sydney — left, through some sudden stroke of misfortune, ' without a feather to fly with' — what is his position? He has, no considerable choice of action, If he be a skilled mechanic, he may hunt him another job; and, with luck, get it Other wise, .skilled or not, he starts level; with the . just-plain r-man who is on the look-out for aii5r sort of work that -will serve to keep him in food and clothes. The posi tion in Sydney is that a man without a job, entering the open market; finds' in' most cases that his- city -value ranges from 20s.' to 23s. vper week, .without keep.'.' If these wages seem too small, andhe'as a ' bit of a bushman,' he can inquire at the, registry offices, whose parasites,- live/ by the labor of others, or at the Government. Labor Bureau, and he will there find that his value in the bush is at the very most 25s. per week, with free -pumpkins. A pound a week (with pumpkins) is- re garded by ...
DIRT! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
DIRT! Sir' .William Lyne said he had 'spoken' Only of principles thrown to ? the winds and dragged in the dirt. Mr. CqoIc: Oh; you are an autho rity, on '? dirt! Mr. Page (Q.): Sir John is the. authority on dirt. Sir John Forrest: Where is your ' party? . ? ? ? ;. Sir William Lyne: On no, occasion .-_,_ , had .he eaten dirt. Where were, ^ . those members of the Fusion' party, who had received the drubbing ? they - ? -J Reserved.- _ , , , , .?'^Miv.Cook: Disgraceful .gloating. r, / Sir'-William Lyne meant to rub it . .;'in; 'so -that the public should reniem wber: . He had been completely Alndi cated- 'in~ his attitude against the' '. Fusion - Government. '? Sir John Forrest .(W.A.): Who cares ?what you. say? I don't. Sir William Lyne: I neyer jerry mandered an electorate in Western Australia. -' Sir John ' Forrest- (excitedly) : Do 3'ou mean to. say I did? Do, you? (Laughter.) - This is unti'ue.— Extract from Parliamentary debate. IT 1ST! the voice of whisp'ring slander ?? ??? ' spe...
TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
TTTTTT^T TOO LATE. HALF a dozen times in the history of New Zealand have attempts been made to establish a. Country Party that might revive the lost glories Qf Conserva tism; but the country didn't want a party, and didn't need a party, and the efforts faded away, into nothingness. The New souui.wa.ies jjiutJiajs are now out on the sarhetaek. A platform has been elabor ated with many beautiful planks, and the country is being 'assured that it is really a very nice, little platform, and one that a farmer might find much joy in supporting. John Smith looks, up. from his ploughing to examine the new bait that is being dangled before liim; but it does not at tract him. ?' If he is a., struggling- worker he knows of another platform that makes a 'much stronger appeal to him; and if he is a holder of big estates he sees in the programme, of the Country Party ?plank's that are as sail and wormwood tc hiSj fatted soul. -No, the new movement 'has come/'too late to save Liberalism from wreck ...
DRY FARMING AND LAND MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
DRY FARMING AND LAND MONOPOLY. RECENTLY the Government, follow injr their usual rule of posing as Anti-Socialists and religiously practising Socialism; /'has been spending- some State money and the ' time of a lot of State experts in teaching the farmers something about dry farming. Logically all this sort. of thing should be left to glorious private enterprise, but the Wade Government don't bother about logic if there is a chance of catching' votes by pleasing the cockjr or anyone else;' and the most rabid 'anti-Socialistic farmer is always pleased to get anything for nothing from the State, i Therefore, he highly approves of the socialistic principle of spending the ? money of the State to educate and enrich j him; That, however, is by tie ;*-. ''!!t pressing point just now i:. to -ff :!i-'. :ii!'s so-called dry-farming is not 1.0 U: ; f:; th^r means of -helping. Uu- U- id ni.^ioi- ???::?. to continue in his- highly olmoNlfuiH };??'?] suit. '?'? There .is 'a 'danger of it. -.\. ii...
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE. Page. Australian Parliament ? 23 Boot Trade Award ? ? . . 23 British Immigration League ? 24 Cable News ? ? 19 Calendar ? .' 2 Coal Strike Leaders Released. .... 13 Disloyalty to Labor ? 3 Glebe Island Slaughtermen Locked Out ? ....' ? 5 Labor and Protection ? 9 Labor League Notes ........... 20, 22 Labor Party Launched in N'.l ? 3 Page. Labor Will Triumph Again ? 5 Lay of the Land ? .14 Mainly Political . ? ? ? 11 Mines and Miners .............. 9, 10 News of the Week ........... . . . . 19 Our Women's Page :............. 7 Page Twenty-One ...'...,..... ? 21 Preference to Unionists ? 23 Refused Publication by* 'Age'.... 5 South Austral^ ............. ..~ A, £ Thoughts for Teachers , , , ? 3 The Fisht in N.S.W. ........... 15 .. Page. Straight Australian ? -..-. 12 The Second Ballot . . . Educa tion Matters . . -? . The Prosy Pedagogues . . . Land-Hogs and Pumpkin-Wages . . . Dirt! . . . Too Late . . . Dry Farming- and Laud Monopoly. The Turf ? 17 V...
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN THE SECOND BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
STRAIGHT AUSTRALIAN THE SECOND BALLOT. *Tf'»HE Wade Government is said to .??*- contemplate th.e introduction of the second ballot system. It is just the .kind of reform the Wade Government might be expected to father. Costly, cumbrous, | dilatory, ineffective-rthat about sums up | the second ballot system. Compared with the cheap, simple, speed y, and effective preferential system, as used by the P.LXi. and most of thtTTrade Unions, it is just such another ' reform;' as tearing, up Magna Charta. ' ' , # # # The Liberal Party is much troubled ty local splits and independent 'candidates. Wadeism is unpopular even within the ranks of the Liberal Party. The Liberal who has not Wade's support sometimes feels himself stronger be-: cause of his dissociation from the Chief Coercionist. In several seats, believed to ~be Liberal strongholds, it is feaired that Labor candidates may slip in on minority votes. Clearly, something must be done. # # * The elections are so ..hear - that re arrangem...
EDUCATION MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
EDUCATION MATTERS. EDUCATION is a subject of para mount interest to those who study *nd understand the evolutionary .develop ment of the Labor movment. The con tinuous intelligent growth of Laborism depends upon the increased, knowledge of the rising1 eeneration. Indeed, the greatest danger to Labor progress is the great mass of people -who are indifferent and hopeless because of their illiteracy -and Ignorance. Once let a man or woman Intelligently conceive the hope that the Labor movement gives to humanity and fiiBcontent with existing economic ar rangements 'will soon grow. And, of course, discontent plus knowledge, is the certain way to human advancement. Therefore,' it is because education gives knowledge, that the State school, system Is of such vital impoi't to the democracy. if this is not fully recognised, it will be found that the schools will be used more and more by our capitalistic enemies as a means of making the children efficient profit machines instead of enlightene...
THE PROSY PEDAGOGUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
THE PROSY PEDAGOGUES. It . is chiefly because the Labor majority, has decided to mould legisla- - tion by secret caucus conference rather - -than by open discussion on the floor .of the House t^hat the Opposition will have to undertake the duty of politi cal education, by means of public de bate, with more earnestness than Op positions-have displayed in the past. . — Melbourne 'Argus.' MY son, if you for knowledge seek, Protrude a listening ear Whene'er the Fusion members speak '' .Like to the olden seer; For wondrpus wisdom doth abide Upon the Opposition side. Do not -for education rush ,'To that dull'Labor band. , '- But note:. Great Minds, Fat .Aims, and .' - ? ' jS-ush.^ ? ' * Go ever hand In hand. Those selfish, caucus-holding elves Keep all- their wisdom -to themselves. When Alfred, affable as e'er, ?? ' -' Arises to explain, And sends a-sailing in the air _ ?'His verbal monoplane, And scans the far horizon round For lost ideals; keep on the ground. ' In his great lode of orat...
"THE WORKER" ELECTION MANUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
'THE WORKER' ELECTION MANUAL To meet the needs of hundreds of en quirers as to the provisions of the Elec toral Law, Ave have arranged with Mr. Tebbutt; solicitor, and joint author of the popular 'Local GoA'ernment Manual' to compile a 'Worker Election Manual,' giving in handy alphabetical form a full ex-, planation of the provisions of the electoral . ? .i ,,nn.,1nfiniiD fnv flip State Of NeAV South Wales. The Avork is of special service to secretaries of Labor Leagues, election committees, candidates, and lay men generally. It . is published at sixpence per copy, post free. Printed and published by Hector Lamond, of 'Naralu.' Springdale Road, Kiljara. for and on behalf of the Australian Workers Union, in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, at '' The Worker' Office, 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, N.S. w.
WERE THEY VICTIMISED ? WAGES BOARD WITNESSES DISMISSED BY TOOTH & CO. A MATTER THAT WANTS EXPLAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
WERE THEY VICTIMISED ? WAGES BOARD WITNESSES DIS MISSED BY TOOTH & CO. A MATTER THAT WANTS EXPLAINING. The following letter from the secretary of tho United Committee of the Coopera ive Carpenters and Joiners, of Sydney was received at last week's meeting of the Labor Council of New South Wales: — 'I have been directed to draw the attention of the Labor Council to the firm of Tooth and Company, who have discharged two of their employees, who were witnesses before the Woodworkers' Wages Board, within one month of the said award com ing into force; and one of the said wit nesses is a member of the Board. Tooth and Co. say they are in favor of union conditions, and this is the way they show it — by discharging witnesses under the plea of shortage of work. We would like the Council to. allow our delegate to ven tilate the mattei-.' The Council having granted the desired permission, Mr. T. Saunders (Amalga mated Carpenters) said that Tooth and Co. had applied to the Woodworkers' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
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TURF VETERAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
? — ♦— — ~, TURF VETERAN. The South , Australian sportsman aafl veteran handicapper, 'Mr. Henry' Hughes, celebrated his 71st birthday recently/ He found himself (says- the Adelaide 'Ad- vertiser') in Adelaide in the Fifties, and soon heard the call of tlie bush. WhiJo at Wirrialpt he delivered the bullocfea that were killed and jerked at Mooioloo for Stuart's party for their ' memorable ?? Gulf of Carpentaria trip. Mr. -Hughes, along with the Hon. J. H. Howe, organ ized a race meeting in 13G3 at Ninalapina. It was a two-days' affair, and sportsmen and horses travelled hundreds of miles to assist at the fixture. Mr. Hughes cap tured two races with his horses Yorke and Matcherem, and quite recently he heard that hundreds of empty bottles still mark the site of the old-time race meeting,-. Mr. Hughes came to Adelaide shortly after. -.. the meeting, and, along with Messrs. ; Bennett, W. H. Formby, W. Blaekler, Christopher, and others, arranged some ot the early-day race meetings. In ord...
"THOU SHALT BEAR FALSE WITNESS." REIGN OF TERROR IN BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
'THOU SHALT BEAR FALSE WITNESS.' RE!GN OF TERROR IN BALLARAT. ' Tn consequence of the evidence given by you in the case of Plain-clothes Con stable Montague v. Govan, your services will be no longer required at the battery or elsewhere about the mine.' The foregoing was contained in a letter from the legal manager of the Victoria United Company, Ballarat East, to Thos. Goodge, who up to the receipt of the letter on July IS had been employed as a battery hand. Four days before a fos sicker named Govan had been charged at the local police court by plain-clothes constable Montague with gold stealing. Govan admitted possession of the gold, but explained, that he had washed it from some refuse from the Victoria United battery thrown into an adjacent creek. In evidence it was elicited that Govan had been seen treating the material, and that on other occasions fossickers had won some gold in the same way. The refuse in question being oily and greasy was not put through the battery for ob v...
A DOCTOR CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
A doctor cRmcrsEU. In finding that the death of a, girt named Daisy Robertson was due to 'peritonitis, the result of acute appendicitis, the Coroner at Geelong, V., commented on the action of Dr. J. E. Barrett in refusing to give a certificate of death. , ' The awful strain,' he said, 'to which the parents of the girl had been put was- solely caused by the unjustifiable conduct of the doctor.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
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NEW OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
[?] jfr f, Sir, w^l known in Broken H11J« ffld'at*BouWer, W.A. The Adelaide 'Daily Herald' extension ^now amounts to over £700. The death is announced .of Mr. James fcaac ? Davies, a Newcastle pioneer. Nathan Young, 68, was towjed In her lath at North Kensington, Adelaide. immigrants are swelling the surplus IninH»W'L K,,^r.a^a-n P-nlrififtlfls. lahnr on wesi au^^'.''' o — ? The Queensland Trades Union Congress I^The'inquiry hito the Richmond railway i atwster is proceeding slowly. r James Robinson, 10, was drowned in a aim at Botobolar, near Mudgee. p!ii?p Trainer, 65, fell off Port Mel bourne Town pier and was drowned. Ivy Threadgates, 6, has died as the re mit of a burning accident near Singleton. The estate 6t the late John Kennedy, yeetreena, Jit. Gambler,, was s.worn at I f Sod progress is being made with the Llamatlon of the Murray Swamps in FSal-tutting'machines will probably be.. Introduced into the Victorian State coal Inline at Powlett. ? _ . if The Federal Analyst is unf...
SLEEPERS ON THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
SLEEPERS ON THE LINE. An extraordinary occurrence has been reported at Broken Hill. Whilst travel ling .on. an- inspecting trolly over the Sil vertoh Tramway Company's line to Ste phen's Creek reservoir, the superintendent of the permanent way,' Mr. Kermot, found a wooden sleeper which had been placed across the- rails. Sitting near the side of the line was a middle-aged- man with a rifle in his hand. It is thought his mind was unbalanced, as there is very little traffic over line.. No arrest ' has been made. ._
ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 11 August 1910
ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. Leonard Arthur Welsh has been, com mitted for trial at Orange, oh a charge of stealing. 25 steers,, the property of J. Logh nan, Heifer- Station. The evidence for the prosecution was that accused was- em ployed by J. B. Hart on as a clerk, and could not satisfactorily acc6unt for the cattle which had disappeared. '? In com mitting accused, for trial,, the magistrate said it would be for the; Attorney-General to: decide whether he would file a bill or not. . ? / *