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THE COOK AT BOOBARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

THE COOS AT BC0BARA. Dear Worker, — In your issue of July 27 a cook named Smith attempts to explain his conduct at Boorara. shed this year. His explanation is entirely, misleading. Smith made ar rangements with the station manager to cook for 4/- a man six weeks prior to roll call, and the manager, to secure . his return for the'. shed, took the imusterers (who already had a cook in their camp) into the shed to vote for Smith. The surplus men also were told to put the cook in first and they might, get a job after. I can -supply the names of several bagmen who voted who never had a job. either before or after the roll call. Smith Was interviewed before the roll call, and told that Jones and myself were standing for 5/ ,. and I may state -here the shearers were all agreeable to _pay 5/, and his reply was: 'I want the same as you, and won't work for less;' Then as soon as we all faced the manager ,tlie latter stated he had already agreed with Smith to cook for the four bob. ' W^hat's m...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOURKE BRANCH. Rep. Shears Bell Sheep.—Issue of Levy Tickets. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

BOURKE BRANCH. Rep. Shears. EgII Sheep. — Issue of Levy Tickcts Cut out: Bexiey, Multagoona, Fail-field Corrella, Currawilling-hi. Started : Brewon, Meroadool, Mogila. Jiilawa, Moongnlln, Oregon, Merriwee. -'Gingie, Bundiwitherdi, Glenmore, Uardry Alma, Cowga, Tarwong, Amphitheatre. - Welbondongah, Bullerana, Mogila, Merca dool, AVillow Glen, Dunumbral, Borooma, T ultra, Dungaleer, Gampang, Till Till. Tarwong, Rossmore, Big Willandra, Eller Itie, Kergunyah, Toorale, Watercourse. - jlaroola, Bundabulla, Tulloona, Weilmo jringle, Manfred, Bundara, Burrenton. Baden Park, Cwmteg, Dolgelly, Fresh water, Mundine, Moorelands, Ti Tree. Wil ? limill, Benduck, Bugilhone Hotel. _ Received for tickets: G. Wiegold, Multa goona, £15/6/6; J. Cullinan, s Tara, £10/1/3; W. Fisliburn, Edgeroi, acc. Lonsdale, £1S/1/-; A.'C. Dolan, Edgeroi, acc. Lonsdale, £25/7/C; J. P. Silvy, Wom I-oi'n, £0/1/3; T. Bristow, Bairnkine, 10/6; A. Blakeley, organizer, £1/5/-; G. Wie gold, Multagoona, £3/17/9; G-. W. Kinle...

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POSITION IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

POSITION IN NEW ZEALAND. Mr. M. Laracy, general secretary of the New Zealand Shearers' and Woolshed Employ ees7 writes that the shearing posi tion is unaltered, and until he can cable that the coast is clear lie would advise Australians to stand off. There is likely to be some further trouble over the price and other clauses. He will cable as soon as there is a settlement. The pastoralists appear to be willing to pay the £1, but not to recognise the Union. The New Zealand shearers are firm, and are de-: pending on the Australians' loyalty.

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. Geo. Cooke, Bourke: — Since I commen ced organizing on July 15 I haA*e A'isited, in addition to the- stations met Avith on the ordinary route, a number of outside sheds, so as to reach - as many of the general bush workers as possible. The station hands are taking tickets, and are paying the levy to a man, and the re turns from the sheds Avill be good. Mr. Chaffey, of Tolarno station, bas provided new bed ticks and pillows for all. the shearers and shed hands, also plenty of ' cockie ' chaff to fill them, so that every man may .have a good -bed. Every man on C'haffey's four stations is paid 25/ per Aveelc, and gets good food. I will be work ing all the -sheds from WentAVorth to Wil cannia and round by Balranald. I have addressed splendid meetings at Polie, Till, Till, and Clare, 1 Avith good results. | # # # j John AndreAVS, Bourke: — The Avay mem- j bers are paying up the levy is enough | to make the enemies of Labor shed tears. | So far I have not met a man Av...

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

VICTORIA - SIVERINA BRANCH. During the week the following sheds have reported starting: — Boabula, J. Dun can; Zara, W. P. O'Neill; Neimur Bridge, J. Furgeson; Besleys, Tocumwal, T..H. Rodgers; Wroorooma West, W. Row bottom; Nouranie,. PI. Myers; Bundyu lumbla, C. Rainsford and' J. Martin; Bar ratta, A. B. Priestly; Mundiwa,-J. Cole man; Windourin, N. Cameron; Togan mam, u. jjarnes ana K. J--. spence; igii Elwah, J. Fields; Calimo, J. Devereaux; Pevensy, G. A. Millar; Murray Downs, G. Hagarth; Mathoura, P.' O'Neill; Rough wQod, W. Stenhouse. All sheds have been delayed more or less with wet wea ther. Many complaints come along about the hut accommodation; and in most, cases the men are making every post sa winner by taking an active interest in seeing that all names are on the roll, so that they will have a say at the coming election and do their bit toward sending Wade and his gang of Coal-Vend friends looking for a job. That is one of the ways of getting' that Act 'much better adm...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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TACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

TACT. Mr. Herbert Packer habitually spoke of W'omen as the fair sex. If that does not give you the man sufficiently, I may add that he ' prided himself on a turn for harmless- gallantry and a knoAArledge of the world. Wh'en a railway carriage was crowded, he never failed to offer his seat to any lady avIio was standing, and he al Avays made sufficient fuss about it. He possessed a shilling copy of ' The Per fect Gentleman: By One,' and he had studied it.- He Avas a member of a cheap and touting club, ahvays became slightly supercilious on 'entering it, and (after the first time) Avas not fool enough to leave a good hat in the hall. He had no. vices, and on the other side of the counter was quite a useful man. When he came out into the Avorld his conversation on the subject of tact- made ? some men dislike him, but it Avon him the respect of others — Ernest Taggs for -instance. Taggs Avas younger, poorer, and Aveaker. r-Iis respect - for Packer Avas .not illre ceived. One evening he ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
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INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE. Members sending in 'Worker' Slips should be careful to fully stamp their letters. .Victorians, frequently place only 1d. on their letters, which involves a fine of 2d. at this end. Other members post their letters unstamped, involving a fine ?-f 4d. We do not think we should be called ..-pon to' pay these f macs, arid- sc-ch vletters will in future be refused. Samn;.Cook, shedj hands' cook 'at North Yanco shed, reciue.sts. that the person who picked up his portipanteau between the North Yanco j homestead and 'shearing shed, will please return it to save further bother. ' - v . . # . o;* * Is your local Linrary or Scliool of Arts provided with copies of The Worker publications? 'Australia's. Awakening' i's now in any np-td-date library, 'and 'The Rising Tide' and 'The Caso for Labor' are worthy .td-_.,.atcco.ippany it. 'cl6th'A^fi5nTrbF^fflfi*p^ '

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THE PATHWAY OF THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

1;^ tHE PATHWAY- OF THt 'sUN.'; ^Do you. hear the.. West, a-callfng;, brother* | mine? ' ' ' * ' ,| Do. you. hear thevWestra'-calling.-fsweet1 i and low? - ' ^'''V t - i Tis the voice that ever ? call in^hade'*o'r.- * shine, - £ *n m^dness or -ins gladness 'or/inf,woe.-^ ;'Tls t,le voice that through eternity and time ' \ tl,e strong soul ;;of :a^'iiian lays - its ?ft And the burden of its ever-beating rhyme '?;? *s Ever to the Westward lies man's ?rJK quest!' ' ' UlebWest the prize is waging for the ^B.. *n *|le ®ast the. days : are dead-and- life done'j ? - ? ! - .« And the banners. of the sky are red and gold, That beckon to the Pathway .of the-Sun/. ? Do you hear the -West: 'a-calling,J;brotherj mine? ' . ' ' ' , It is calling as it called in olden days, Voices float 'across' the^fblling* plains /of brine, „ ? , - ? . _ ' ' And rise, .from out the mighty water 'Come, ye-rovers! Come from lands all ' ; stark and cold, _ .I.1- ' Whither,' lands of .'promise open, to' the -r -view;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

U|j||jJ ? ! AN APOLOGY, j 1 Owing to the Enormous Demand being experienced for the new | BURGQM - | ComJss iSr* Gtittera j I® (Hand Finished, ready for the Wool) fi we regret many orders have been delayed. Should you be unable to H obtain same from your Local Storekeeper, please communicate direct with |§ Burgon Sheep Shearing Machine Co. | 73 MACQUARIE STREET, SYDNEY. I — UL& * Ask the Local Store- 1 /I jl IS I /I /? /? I In ®°'e Agents: § keeper for them, or ^||| Da'gety & Co., Ltd., S, Apply Direct to the |JSj ^''er's ®ydn«y- 1 HUNGRY FOR THE WOOL. I Wolseley Combs and Cutters are the best. | M* w~ Combs Cutters I J I I 1 1 j | SMART SHEARING IS EASY II il J| J i jl jl j 1 | 1 Combs and Cutters ? mm ' °* make. fM » B B Rfl I W ' THEY'RE EASILY THE BEST.' PRICE 2/- EACH. PRICE, 5 d. EACH. Sole Agents : Dangar Gedye & Co., I Bent St., Sydney. This Union ' ? VmV » bILABEL^ ? is the Label ¥00 KNOW WHAT IT STANDS FOR IT'S ON ALL PRINTING DONH AT THE WORKER OFFI...

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TO THE DEVIL: [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

TO THE- DEVIL : ? - , : . ... . .... Mr. Wade's recent legislation is so bad that even the daily press Vs. sounding a warning note. v ' MRS. D. PRESS : 44 Lawks a mussy ! The poor man must be demented. I never thought I'd see the day when he would disregard MY warning!'

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SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES. BOURKE BRANCH. : The list hereunder Is compiled data supplied by Reps; for last shearing. There is no certainty that they will apply XSly «?'' .tearing but wl in the great majority be only Lable to slight variation. It is almost impossible to get dates and particulars for this year's sliearng to publish in time to be of any value to members, hence Jast years dates 'are given merely as an approximate guide, ^probabilities. . ' ; in this list the lines indicate shed, post town number of shearers, hand or ma chine (II. or M.), and number of sheeD. FROM 18th TO 25th AUGUST. Milrov, Brewarrina, 32, M, 67,600 r oongal. Carrathool, 27, M, 38,000 San a, Brewarrina, 30, II, 47,000 ml Downs, Tibooburra, 12, H,. 20,000 Wangrawally, Carinda, 8, M, 10,000 Euiu°abah, Booligal, 14, H, 24,000 Kingston Park Gunbar. 5. H- 9400 Nearlv, Girilambone, 8, M, 18500 Warraweena, Bourke, 14, M, 31,500 Moi'entlah, Comborali, 12, M, 17,000 Gunverwarildi, Warialda; 14, M, 31,000 Booroondarra, ...

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ADELAIDE BRANCH. Ironworkers' Dispute.—Shearers' Deposits. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

ADELAIDE BRANCH. Ironworkers' Dispute. — Shearers' Deposits. Started. — Maninda, Yudnapinnia, Finger Post, Oakden Hills, Quondong, Outalpa, Chowillia, Windaniingle, Lake Dismal. Cut Out. — Arcoona and 'Wooltana. Cash Received.— W. Norris, Arcoona, 20/; P. L. Fels,. 24/; A. Sumkin, 32/; H. Flint, 16/; J. Donnellan, £1/11/; F. Boy Ian, 25./; W. Stigwood, £1/11/; J. Rockrow, 16/. Organizer Dunstan reports a splendid enrolment in all sheds visited in the. north, and speaks glowingly of the levy for Labor Daily paper. He feels sure that the South Australian State will not be behind any of the other States in providing its share of the cash to start a Union-owned Labor daily. The ii'onworkers in the employ of A. M. Simpson, of Adelaide, downed tools on Monday last on account of a refusal by Messrs. Simpson to' pay the Union rate of wages to moulders (10/ per day) and the recognition of a. Union collector. After being out five days Messrs. R. P. Blun dell and H. L. Cohen- (Mayor of Ade lai...

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VERSES SUPPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

VERSES SUPPLIED. . . -a. ? . ?'In -reply to a Page Twenty-One corres Mddent, B.S..and ' Riverina ' note that ' Eib Path-way of the Sun,' by ' Steele GreV' (X Steele Robertson), . appeared iii the ' Bulletin ' of December 16, 1893. B.S. .foxTvaxrfs a copy of the lines; and, for' ?ainoliiw reader, ' The Place Where tto OM Horse- 'Died,' by the English novtiisi Major G. J. Whyte-Melville, who killed in the hunting-field in. 1.8 -8., flola follow: THE PLACE WHERE „THE OLD HORSE DIED. - In tho hollow, by the pollard, where the crop is tall and rank ,, . Of the dock-leaf and the . nettle .gro^r. ing free, _ Where the bramble and the brushwood straggle blindly o'er the „ba'nk,'' ' ^ And the p-at jerks and chatters, on the tree, ? ? ^ y * There's a fence I never-, pass ... . .. In the sedges and the grass, - I But for very shame I turn my head aside,' | While the tears conie thick and hot, I And my curse is on the spot — I 'Tig the place where the old horse ^died.' ,. I There's his hoof upo...

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CUT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

CUTOUT. Boor-oomugga hf s cut out. Men gone fl to Sussex;-— D. Smith. I Green Camp, Nyngan, cut out Aug. 10, 1 Men going .to BedoobaV Cobar. — J. 'Waters, J ? ? ?. 0 ?- 'v '?*?'??' * fl NullaAva cut out Aug. 10. Had a bad j time qn account of wet weather.— J. S. .1 Tilling, Rep. .?-???? I -Myal'l. Plains, St.- George, will cut nut If .Aug. .11,. We'Jia'd - a lot .of delay through S .wet, Aveather.— Tom Hardy, Rep. H Noonah Vale will cut out Aug. Going from here to A vvmore, Boomi, H 'which starts on 15th. — -1 -V. Bourke. B # ' *? ' ? Coonimbia, Coonamble, cut out Aug. 16. .,- j| Four Aveelcs, for a'bout 1200 a man. Men.fl going to NeAA'. Merigal; 30,000 for 10 men. .w Expect to get a start on the ISth.—J-Jf McCloskey,-.Rep., ill . # * # M Salisbury' Downs, Wilcannia, cut out ? Aug. 9, -after five AATeeks and three daj s. B A'.lot of wet, Aveather. All financial,^,* levy, paid for 1910 and. 1911. — Diclc Hogaiii W Shed Hands' Rep. |3 Stud Park, Deniliquin, will cut out Aug. H; 13. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

THE WORKER. Business Address: 129 Bathurst Street, Sydney. ?Printed and published by Hector Lamond, of ' Naralu,' Springdale Road, Killara, for and on behalf -of the_ Australian Workers' Union, in New South* Wales, Victoria, and Soutli Australia, at ' The Worker ' Office, 129 Bathurst-street, Sydney, N.S.W. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS. ; (In Advance Only.) Ordinary Edition. ; Within the Commonwealth. Yearly . . .' ? ? 5/~ Half-Yearly' ? ? ? ? 2/6 Outside tho Commonwealth. Year Only in Advance. N.Z., Papua, and Fiji . . .' ? ' 7/2 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewnere . . . .';v : S/6 A.W.U. Edition. Same rates as for Ordinary Edition. The Two Editions will be posted to. the same address at the fo.lor'ing. rates: — Year Only in Advance.,1 Within the Commonwealth 7/6 N.Z., Papua. . Fiji ........... ; .7v... 9/6 U.K., U.S.A., and elsewhere 12/- Chcques, Drafts, etc., and all Business . Communications to be addressed, to The Manager. v ? HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Business letters- (with regard to sub scri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

SEND IN YOUR SLIP. The term covered by Ths Worker Slips attached to last year's A.VV.U. tickets lias now ex])iied' in many cases, and members ar« reminded that the new slips must be sent jh. promptly. If there is a black mark in tlia { margin it indicates that your term is up and that the new slip should be sent .ilong- if you require us to coiitiuue sending che paper. The mark will be placed upon two consecu tive copies, after which the paper will noS be -sent unless the current year's Slip ?ha» been received at tbe office; please attend ko it at once. It may happen that a a odil paper may be marked in er?:or ; in such c» rei members 'are requested to writo immediately to The Worker Manager, 129 Bathurst street, Sydney. A mem ber forwarding- a nc slip should state wliey^ ^jj f thcr his name

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STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

STARTED. Willawa, Warren. — Jack White. * =* ' $ Calga, Coonamble, has started.— T. Pat terson. . * * . # Wj'lgamere, Cryon, started Aug. 6; de layed through' rain. — Frank. Bineham,..'' Beanbali, Coonamble,- 'started August .8; ten shearers, 30,000 sheep. — Fred 'Bartley, Rep. - ' ^ # * ?* Edgerton, Coonamble, started Aug. 8; five shearers and three she hands. — Jack Winslade, Rep. * *, _ # Pretoria, Narrabri,. started August 8; full board of six shearers and five, shed hands. — A. J.- Murray, . Rep. ? * # * Yanco started Aug. '10; four shearers short, but full number of shed hands. There 'are 40 shearers. — James ' Miller, Rep. ' - 3ft ..???? % ?? '. . Tupra, Oxley, roll was cailed August 4; and started next day; full board of 50 shearers; contract shed; about 2000 per man. — Mat Smith, Rep. . # =x= ? Eli Elwah, Hay, called the roll Aug. 6'; full complement of shearers and shed hands. There are about 30,000 sheep for 16 men.— W. Fields, Rep. Tarrwong, Oxley, roll was called Aug. 2...

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THE CONTROL OF COUNTRY HOSPITALS. A.W.U. MEN MUST TAKE A HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

J THE CONTROL OF O0UHTHY HOSPITALS. A.W.U. MEN MUST TAKE A HAND. The Moree. I-Iospital authorities are ,not ?building for. themselves a reputation td r' humanitarianism. ' In _ last week's .Worker was noted the shameful treat ment of an A.WrTJ. member, who, ad mitted in a serious condition, , was not KLienueu ? io ui.uu: ne ,iiau .suiierea :iui : *.l hours. The shed reps, .'wrote to the hos- | pital secretary for an explanation, . but ? none was forthcoming, except that ' steps ?would be taken to prevent a repetition of ? a similar occurrence' — an admission of culpability. This week Organizer. T. J. Lonsdale re ports the case of a traveller 'who, it is alleged, was turned out of the 'Moree Hospital eight weeks' ago while totally unfit to travel, and Avho subsequently died i alone at. Maloneyls -hut.. ? -He was bulged ! like a dog by. the. police, no- inquest being i held. ? ' For the sake. .of. our . boasted humanity, some inquiry sh,ould. be made into this ease. It is not enough t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM AUGUST 16 TO 30. Mooroomoon, Moulamein, 20, M., 30,000. , Mahonga, Malionga, 40, M., 86,000. i Cornelia, Denilitiuin, 28, M., 50,000. Wargam, Boorooban, 16, PI., 19,000. Dabree Dragoon, Jerilderie, 5, M., 10,000. j Moolpa, Moulamein, 20, -Mi, 32,000. .j Werai, Deniliquin, 20, M„ 27,000. ' Cropwell, Deniliquin, 5, M., 12;000. The Range, Moira, 7, M., 12,000. Tulla, Barham, 24, H., 45,000. Puckawidgee, Conargo, 26, M., 40,000. Momalong, Berrigan, 20, M., 24,000. Coclcetgedong, Urana, 24, M., 42,000. ' Kentucky, Balldale, 20, PI., 14,000. Wai'willali, Boorooban, 21, H., 30,000. Urangoline, Urana, 60, M., 100,000. Steam Plains, Conargo, 20, PI., 20,000^ Gillinbah, Nai'randera, 10, M., 15,000. Colombo Plains, Urana, 20, H., 22,000. Widgiewa, Morundah, 36, M., 40,000. Brookong, Lockhart, 65, M., 100,000. Butherwah, Urana, 20, M., 25,000. r FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO 15. 6ull Plain, Savernalce, 8, H., 14,000; . ? ; Woodlawn, Deniliquin, 5, M., 15,000.. Barooga, Tocumwal, 26,...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 17 August 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. VICTORIA-EIVERINA BRANCH. The list hereunder is coriipiled from data supplied by Reps, for last shearing. There is no certainty that they will apply accurately for this shearing, but - will in the great majority be only liable to slight variation, it is almost impossible to get dates and particulars for -this year's shearing to publish in tipie to be of any value to members, hence last year's dates are given merely as an approximate guide to probabilities. \ s ,In this list the lines indicate shed, post town, number of shearers, hand or -ma- chine (H. or M.), and number of sheep.

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