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  2. WYANDRA AND ARAMAC.

    The A.U.S.N. Company's passenger steamers Aramac and Wyandra were scheduled to arrive to-day. On account of the strike and the fear that on arrival the seamen would ...

    Article : 163 words
  3. MEAT INDUSTRY.

    There was a lot of the "Yes-No" policy displayed in the proceedings yesterday at the sales of sheep and cattle at Homebush, and for a time it looked as if the whole of the ...

    Article : 374 words
  4. PRIME MINISTER.

    When informed to-night at his home that the wharf labourers in Melbourne had decided to cease work, the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) again warned them that the Ministry would ...

    Article : 567 words
  5. THE TRAINS.

    The trains ran fairly well to schedule time yesterday. It is not at present intended to add to the suburban services, it being found that ...

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  6. FOOD SUPPLIES.

    Yesterday afternoon the Acting Premier was asked to receive a delegation representative of the unions engaged in the purveying of food supplies to the metropolitan area. ...

    Article : 364 words
  7. FIFTY PER CENT.

    About 50 per cent. of the railway and tramway employees refused to come out on strike. According to a statement made ...

    Article : 97 words
  8. SUPPORT FOR THE GOVERNMENT.

    At a large meeting of citizens of Roseville, held in the local hall, it was unanimously resolved "that the attitude of the Government towards the strike be approved, and an offer ...

    Article : 275 words
  9. MR. JUSTICE HIGGINS'S COMMENT.

    Mr. Justice Higgins to-day decided that he would not deal further at the present time with the application by the Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia for a variation ...

    Article : 135 words
  10. SHIP PAINTERS AND DOCKERS.

    A special stop-work meeting of the Ship Painters and Decorators' Union was held at the Trades Hall yesterday afternoon. There were about 1000 present, and it was one of the ...

    Article : 405 words
  11. LOCO. MEN.

    An engine-driver who has remained loyal has suggested to the Railway Commissioners that picketing be declared illegal. "There were about 350 men at the meeting ...

    Article : 411 words
  12. THE TRAMWAYS.

    Twenty-five strikers in the tramway traffic department returned to work yesterday up to 3 p.m., this being the greatest number to return on any one day since the strike ...

    Article : 285 words
  13. SPORTING.

    The A.J.C. has granted registration to the Coolamo[?] race meeting on February 27. All the four winners of the principal jumping events run during the Grand National and Australian Hurlie ...

    Article : 69 words
  14. WAITRESSES.

    The waitresses and the kitchen hands at the Central Railway Station refreshment rooms Joined the strikers yesterday morning. Mr. Doig, stationmaster, informed a reporter ...

    Article : 209 words
  15. THE VOLUNTEERS.

    It was announced last week that the Farmers and Sottlers' Association had waited on the Acting Premiar, and offered the assistance of a large body of farmer volunteers to ...

    Article : 239 words
  16. LATEST SCRATCHINGS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 135 words
  17. DARLING HARBOUR.

    Sixteen goods trains, each averaging 20 trucks, arrived at Darling Harbour between Saturday morning and Sunday night, in addition to the usual number of milk trains from ...

    Article : 185 words
  18. QUEENSLAND FARMERS READY.

    At the sittings of the central executive of the Queensland Farmers' Union to-day, a motion was carried protesting against the lowering of the price of the products of ...

    Article : 165 words
  19. IN THE DOMAIN.

    The usual procession was marshalled yesterday afternoon in Eddy-avenue, and several thousand strikers marched off to the strains of martial music played by the Strike ...

    Article : 973 words
  20. STRIKE IN VICTORIA.

    The Wharf Labourers' Union to-day declared a strike of its members throughout Victoria. All shipping will be suspended, and the ...

    Article : 510 words
  21. THE FERRIES.

    According to the Defence Committee, the position in regard to the ferry services is becoming increasingly serious, and the maritime unions, are being called together ...

    Article : 88 words
  22. SAFETY OF LOYALISTS.

    Sir,—Re the strike, the men wishing to return to their work, I beg to suggest as the men are waylaid by the pickets and prevented from returning at the Railway Gates, that ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. ALBION PARK RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 107 words
  24. STRIKE COMMITTEE.

    It has been reported to the Defence Committee, according to a statement officially supplied by that body, that the Railway Commissioners are endeavouring to secure ...

    Article : 204 words
  25. POSITION AT NEWCASTLE.

    The Newcastle district railways were in a better position to-day than at any time since the strike started. Twenty-four suburban trains were run to-day, as well as the ...

    Article : 1,094 words
  26. V.R.C. WEIGHTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 456 words
  27. MEN TO BE PAID OFF.

    The Railway Commissioners announce that wages due for the fortnight ended 11th inst. to the undermentioned men who have left their employment on strike will be paid as ...

    Article : 313 words
  28. THE CARTERS.

    A mass meeting of the Trolley and Draymen's Union was held at the Trades Hall last night. Speakers addressed the gathering, and exhorted members not to cease work, as they ...

    Article : 136 words
  29. WHO ARE THE SLAVES?

    Sir,—In all reports of strikers' meetings and speeches one is struck with the dominant notes of "freedom," "no slavery," "free men," etc. What a travesty it all seems, ...

    Article : 190 words
  30. WOOL AND BASIL WORKERS.

    The members of the Wool and Basil Workers' Union have practically decided to place themselves in the hands of the Defence Committee. At a mass meeting of the men yesterday, held ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. FOOD SUPPLIES.

    A deputation representing the "food producing unions" proposes to wait on the Cabinet for the purpose of drawing attention to "the serious position which has arisen in ...

    Article : 59 words
  32. SHIPPING INDUSTRY.

    In view of the attitude of the members of the Ship Painters and Dockers' Union, who have decided to cease work, and of other maritime unions, the Defence Committee, it ...

    Article : 51 words
  33. WOMEN TRAM CONDUCTORS.

    Sir,—Most people are under the impression that members of Parliament swear allegiance to the Crown, and that they will uphold the laws. If that be so, what then ...

    Article : 193 words
  34. IRONWORKERS.

    Mr. Burns, of the Federated Ironworkers' Union, stated yesterday that a meeting of the members of his organisation would be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Trades Hall, ...

    Article : 38 words
  35. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 181 words
  36. HANDLING PRIVATE GOODS.

    The Defence Committee reported last night that the Wharf Labourers' Union had notified certain private firms, who, it was stated, had dismissed men for refusing to do ...

    Article : 76 words
  37. THREATS OF VIOLENCE.

    Before Mr. Wilkinson, S.M., at the Central Police Court yesterday, Phillip Hogan, 33, was charged with using threats of violence to a railway employee, with intent to prevent him ...

    Article : 58 words
  38. STEEL WORKS.

    Out of over 2400 employees working at the steel works at Port Waratah last week, there were only 350 working to-day. Fourteen hundred men who were engaged on construction ...

    Article : 168 words
  39. MARINE STEWARDS.

    The Marine Stewards and Pantrymen held a mass meeting at the Trades Hall last night to consider the position. It was decided that nothing should be divulged to the Press. ...

    Article : 87 words
  40. HUMULA-TUMBARUMBA RAILWAY.

    The Strike Defence Committee reports that, according to Mr. Bodkin, secretary of the Railway Workers' Industry branch of the A.W.U., all men have been discharged ...

    Article : 139 words
  41. SENATOR GARDINER AND THE CARDS.

    Senator Gardiner, in referring yesterday to the Chief Commissioner's reply to a statement made by him in the course of a speech in the Centennial Park on Sunday, remarked: "Mr. ...

    Article : 420 words
  42. GIVING THE OTHERS A CHANCE.

    Sir,—Why have these disgraceful "strikers" been given another chance? There are hundreds of as good workmen, perhaps hetter, in Sydney that deserve a good job like ...

    Article : 172 words
  43. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 199 words
  44. QUEENSLAND

    One of the really bad effects of the strike on the northern railways is the increasing danger that the western towns on the northern railways will be unable to get their ...

    Article : 236 words
  45. NO ATTACK ON UNIONISM.

    The statement which Mr. Mahony, M.P., was reported to have made in Sydney Domain yesterday to the effect that the present industrial trouble was part of a plan to ...

    Article : 118 words
  46. FEDERATED ENGINEDRIVERS.

    At a meeting of the Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Association held on Saturday, a notification was read from the head branch in Sydney that the society was not ...

    Article : 57 words
  47. BRITONS NEVER SHALL BE SLAVES.

    Sir,—Watching the procession of strikers to-day I was much amused at the above heading, but incorrectly spelt, on one of the banners carried by the men. I could not ...

    Article : 181 words
  48. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 124 words
  49. IN THE COUNTRY;

    At a special meeting of the Narraburra Shire Council called to deal with sending volunteers to Sidney to take the place of the strikers, the council passed a resolution ...

    Article : 81 words
  50. COAL TRIBUNAL.

    The Coal Tribunal, which was appointed at the time of the coal strike at the end of last year and has been dealing with disputes in the coal industry since then, has ceased ...

    Article : 93 words
  51. SABOTAGE.

    During Sunday night or early Monday morning a fettler's humpy was broken into and a ganger's tricycle placed on the line where it was shattered by a goods train when ...

    Article : 37 words
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