[Australian political broadsides, leaflets, cartoons, etc. thought to be from the collection of Ulrich Ruegg Ellis of Armidale, from about 1840-1940

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[Chapter heading not available] 1
Petition 5
GREAT ISSUE 6
CAN THE NORTH DO IT? 7
HEAT ISSUE. 8
CAN THE NORTH DO IT? 9
NEW NORTH STATE. WHY WE SHOULD HAVE IT. Our Case in a Nutshell TWENTY-ONE REASONS. 10
Tentative Boundaries of Proposed Self-governing Area of New England 11
INTRODUCTION TO PROVINCIAL COUNCIL SCHEME 12
FEDERAL ROYAL COMMISSION New State Recommendations MAJORITY REPORT 13
DISSENT 15
Case for New England. No 4. 17
Tentative Boundaries of Proposed Self-governing Area of New England 18
PROVINCIAL COUNCILS PROPOSED SCHEME 19
NEW NORTH STATE. WHY WE SHODLO HAVE IT. Our Case in a Nutshell TWENTY-ONE REASONS. 23
PROVINCIAL COUNCILS PROPOSED SCHEME 24
NEW STATES 28
NEW STATES 32
NEW AUSTRALIAN STATES 33
AUTHOR. 34
WARNING TO AUSTRALIA. 35
NATIONAL ASPECTS. 36
New Australian States 37
NEW AUSTRALIAN STATES. ORDER FORM. 38
DRAFT CONSTITUTION FOR THE Self-Governing Area of New Englang 39
DRAFT CONSTITUTION 43
State Subdivision 47
MONARO-SOUTH COAST MOVEMENT 48
ENROLMENT FORM 50
REPRINTED FROM The Sunday Times 50
ENROLMENT FORM 51
Futile Pleading 51
SECESSION 51
[Chapter heading not available] 52
DOMINION LEAGEUE OF W.A. 53
Secession... 54
Secession... 54
FEW POSERS for the Prime Minister 55
[Chapter heading not available] 56
SECESSION 57
Federation and the Farmer 58
Fetters of Federation 58
FEDERATION AND THE WAGE-EARNER 61
fetters of Federation 61
How to Achieve Secession 64
WISEFARIMER'S HORSE-Not by 'Wise' 65
FEDERAL CONVENTION ELECTION. 66
What the Conference Bill means to the Taxpayers of New South Wales. 68
AN AUSTRALIAN TAMMANY RING. 69
Commonmealth League. 70
FREETRADERS AND FEDERATION. 71
FREETRADERS & FEDERATION. 72
TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 73
WHO MAY VOTE AND HOW TO VOTE. 74
Who is Frank Grimley? 75
FEDERAL FINANCES. 76
STATISTICIANS IN EVIDENCE. TARIFF "IMPRACTICABLE." The Book-keeping “Impolitic and Impracticable.” THE BILL “UNWORKABLE.” 77
Run Your Eye Over This And PASTE IT ON THE WALL OR IN YOUR HAT! 78
Reprinted from the “Daily Telegraph.” 79
OVERFLOW MEETING. 86
Federal Bill 87
WARNING! Cricket and Federation. 88
FEDERAL TARIFF. 89
TARIFF PROTECTION. 90
SOCIAL PROTECTION. 92
PETITION. 93
EXTRAORDINARY TO The MOLONG EXPRESS. 98
EXTRAORDINARY TO The MOLONG EXPRESS. 99
PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION, CHRISTCHURCH. 100
TREN WITH ON THE "AGE." 101
HIGH PRICES. 103
MANIFESTO. RETURNED SOLDIERS NO-CONSCRIPTION LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA. 104
DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE. 105
PASTE THIS UP. "AUSTRALIANS FOR AUSTRALIA" 106
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY 107
Labor Council of New South Wales. 108
PREAMBLE. 108
One Big Union 112
PREAMBLE. 113
Name, Objects and Constitution. 114
INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENTS. 115
RECOMMENDATIONS. 118
OVERSEA SETTLEMENT WITHIN THE EMPIRE. 119
OVERSEA SETTLEMENT WITHIN THE EMPIRE. 121
N.S.W. STATE ELECTIONS—1926 123
(EXTRACTS FROM THE BALMAN POLICY SPEECH, FEBRUARY 17, 1920) 126
Socialist Labor Party. 127
Boote’s Campaign of Calumny. 128
National Union of Foundry Workers. 130
National Union of Foundry Workers. 131
Electors of Sydney How to Vote The Industrial Ticket 135
Birt’s Cold-blooded Callousness 136
SENATE SELECTION BALLOT 137
DOOLEY AFTER COMMUNISTS DELEGATES WITHDRAW FROM MEETING “DISFRANCHISED” 138
Labor Council Manifesto on the Melbourne Congress As Submitted by the Executive 139
A.L.P. Senate Selection Ballot 143
Salve for the Shipping Companies 144
MORE ABOUT THAT JAM FACTORY 145
Yeast of Evolution. 146
Recommendations from 41 Unions and two Districts, Newcastle and Broken Hill, to the Ail Australian Trade Union Congress, to be held in Melbourne, June 26th, 1922 147
ROUGH DIAGRAM 150
FELL Fights for Freedom 151
All-Australian Trade Union Congress 152
NOTICE 153
SELLING THE 0.B.U. NEWSPAPER ON SUNDAY 153
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ONE BIG UNION HERALD 153
Bailey, Lambert and Co., Ltd. 154
Infamous Iron Hand 158
MEAT TRADE 162
REGULATIONS FOR CAMP AND FARM. 163
Hotel, Club, Restaurant, Caterers, Tea Rooms, and Boarding Houses Employees’ Union of New South Wales 164
[Chapter heading not available] 167
Labor Starts a Bank 168
E LABOR DAILY, FRIDAY 169
GERMAN TRADE 170
[Chapter heading not available] 171
CANADIAN WHEAT 172
[Chapter heading not available] 173
Unemployment 174
NATIONALISTS. 176
Premier Theodore Attempts to drag the Labour Movement through a POLITICAL SEWER and Fails. 177
[Chapter heading not available] 178
PRICE OF SUGAR. 179
Award. 180
POSTAL SORTERS’ ONION OF AUSTRALIA. 181
[Chapter heading not available] 184
LAND HUNGER. 185
WORKER 186
[Chapter heading not available] 187
AT END OF SEPTEMBER PEACE CONFERENCE 188
UNDER CRIMES ACT 189
8-HOUR & LABOR DEMONSTRATION, 1926 190
Alf. W. Wilson (Of Adelaide) Expelled From the Socialist Labor Party 191
POLITICAL LABOR AT ITS CRISIS. 192
“£100 Per Issue” Attempted Attack On A.R.U. 193
AN ASTOUNDING DOCUMENT What the Sherwood Eddy Commission saw in Russia 196
WHAT IS THE L.P.A. ? 196
“Interminable Grievances.” 197
AN ASTOUNDING DOCUMENT What the Sherwood Eddy Commission saw in Russia 199
WHAT IS THE L.P.A. ? 199
POLITICAL LABOR AT ITS CRISIS. 200
LEGAL MURDER! 201
LEGAL MURDER!—SACCO AND VANZETTI MUST NOT DIE. 202
MANIFESTO Of Labor’s Combined Campaign Committee (Victoria) On AMENDING ARBITRATION BILL 203
SACCO & VANZETTI 207
Court-Martial of Industry! 211
GAGGING UNIONS. 212
NO AMENDMENT POSSIBLE. 213
NO COMPROMISE. 213
UNITY REQUIRED. 214
Capitalist Class Character Of Industrial Laws 215
MAY DAY, 1928 Belmont and District 219
SPORTS PROGRAMME 219
MAY DAY INTERNATIONAL LABOR DAV Solidarity of Labor, the Hope of the World BRUCE’S ANTI-TRADE UNION BILL MUST BE DEFEATED 220
WOOL BOOM 221
WORLD Disarmament! 222
[Chapter heading not available] 223
Thou Shalt Not Read!!! 224
[Chapter heading not available] 225
MAY DAY INTERNATIONAL LABOR DAY Solidarity of Labor, the Hope of the World BRUCE’S ANTI-TRADE UNION BILL MUST BE DEFEATED 226
What the Tenants Think of the A. C. W. Cooperative Houses 227
MALE FACTORY WORKER GETS UNDER $30 PER National Industrial Conference Board Shows Factory Wage Standard Same Since 1923 228
Sensational Development Hughes' Last Stand Hands His Platform To Notorious Communist 229
What Hughes did to a Gentle Priest and His Dying Mother 230
[Chapter heading not available] 231
LIONEL L. HILL. 235
S.L.P. and Socialist Propaganda in Adelaide 239
WORKERS' Why Fight The Bosses’ Wars Again ? 243
MAY DAY APPEAL 245
Capitalism Leads to War 246
SOLIDARITY 247
Workers’ Songs for May Day 247
INTERNATIONAL 248
WAR and WASTE. 249
WAR AND WASTE. 250
[Chapter heading not available] 252
So-Called S. L. P. of Australia Repudiated by Socialist Labor Party of America 253
international Class War Prisoners’ Aid 254
International Class War Prisoners’ Aid Australian Section 255
Urgent Appeal For Funds 255
Australian Council of Trade Unions 256
Bruce Somersaults 257
Reply to Mr. Latham: 257
RESOLUTIONS OF CONFERENCE 257
STATE INSTRUMENTALITIES 257
DECLARATION OF POLICY 258
PLAN OF CAMPAIGN 258
WHERE IS MR. LATHAM? 258
Federal Unions Represented on Conference 259
Preparing for War in the Pacific 260
WAR CLOUDS ARE GATHERING 261
COMING WAR IN THE PACIFIC 262
TO ALL RELIEF WORKERS 263
COMMUNIST ELECTION MANIFESTO 265
[Chapter heading not available] 266
Gives You Bats in Your Belfry 266
[Chapter heading not available] 267
COMRADE! What does the Booze Business mean to You ? 267
Is Mrs. Percy Russell Sincere? 268
Mrs. Percy Russell & The Australia! Temperance Association 269
"NO-LICENCE” WILL HELP SOLVE OUR UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS 270
"GOOD DOGGIE!” 271
Seven Shilling Land for Seven Pence an Acre ! How the Bavin Government by their Western Lands Amendment Act 1930 conferred a present involving a total of many million pounds or Wealthy Overseas Companies. 272
Another Bavin Government Land Scandal! Snow Leases for big Landowners! 273
Labor’s Policy is to help the Man on the Land! 276
Good Roads direct from Farm to the Railway! 278
OTHER ASSISTANCE. 279
Labor’s Policy is ORGANISED MARKETING and STABILISED PRICES! 281
OTHER PROVISIONS FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY, WHICH ARE PART OF LABOR'S POLICY TO HELP THE MAN ON THE LAND. 283
Cutting the Widow’s Pension! 284
WOMEN OF NEW SOUTH WALES SOUTH WALES 285
CRASH! -go the NATIONALISTS’ Election Promises 288
Workers' hopes recklessly smashed by the Bavin Goovernment! 289
Avoid being CRASHED again by a Nationalist Government 290
Big fellow & the little man 291
Bavin Government’s Pastime 292
Justices Street & Cantor and the Industrial Commission 293
MY MESSAGE TO YOU 294
MY MESSAGE TO YOU By The Hon. J. T. LANG 295
GLOOM TO-DAY 297
BRIGHT RAY IN THE GLOOM 298
Labor Will End Unemployment 299
BANISH GLOOM! 301
LABOR WILL STOP THE CLUTCHING HAND! 302
HOW LABOR WILL PROTECT THE MAN WHO IS BUYING HIS HOME 303
LABOR Will Protect the SHOPKEEPER 305
“Riding for a Fall!” 306
Repudiation by the Nationalist Government 307
For Brighter Times 308
Election Stakes 309
SIR OTTO CRACKS THE WHIP and the 310
GLOOM TO-DAY 312
Gloom and Joy! 313
PUBLIC SERVANTS TAKE NOT! "PUT AND TAKE" 314
How the PUBLIC SERVENTS have Suffered under the BAVIN Government 315
GLOOM TO-DAY 317
GLOOM TO-DAY 318
To Change the GLOOM of To-day into the JOY of To-morrow- Change the Government! 319
FOR BRIGHTER TIMES 321
SIGNS OF THE TIMES FROM SYDNEY PAPERS DURING SEPTEMBER. 322
‘On the Rocks'—LABOR to the Rescue! 323
ONE STEP TO PROSPERITY 324
ONE STEP TO PROSPERITY 325
ONE STEP....To Prosperity 326
[Chapter heading not available] 327
GETTING DOWN TO BRASS TACKS Points that Need to be Driven Home to the Electors 329
Issue before the Electors 331
Financial Miracle Is Performed. 332
SOME FACTS ABOUT BANKING 333
COMMITTEE’S REPORT. 334
CONFIDENTIAL TO MEMBERS OF THE SEAMEN’S UNION. 334
LAND MONOPOLY AND SLAVERY 338
Six Great Facts 339
WARNING TO THE WORLD 340
FURNISHING TRADES SOCIETY. You and Your Union 341
No. 4, 1935 Series. Do You Remember Million-Pound Hotel? 342
AUSTRALIAN TRAMWAY AND MOTOR OMNIBUS EMPLOYEES’ ASSOCIATION New South Wales Branch 344
ANZAC DAY 1915-1935 345
WAR TO END WAR? 346
[Chapter heading not available] 348
MEMBERSHIP FORM 348
COMBINED RAILWAYS UNION 349
Seamen Again Betrayed. 353
[Chapter heading not available] 354
Report and Balance Sheet of the Combined Unions Committee on Port Kembla Dispute 355
PASTORAL WORKERS’ STRIKE 359
PASTORAL DISPUTE 360
Labor Council of N.S.W. 361
Attacks by the “Labor Daily" on the Labor Council. 362
Foreword, 362
Committee to Give Effect to the Decisions. 363
Decision on Disunity in the Movement. 363
Decision on Expulsion of J. S. Garden, M.H.R. 363
Decision on Representation to Conference. 364
Decision on Selection Ballots. 364
Decision on the Publication of a Sunday Newspaper. 364
NEW TARIFF SCHEDULE. 365
J.B. KING RECEPTION COMMITTEE 366
[Chapter heading not available] 367
Arm Yourself with Knowledge 368
Bathers' Freedom League 368
2KY and the Radio Institute The Real Position 369
RAILWAYMEN! TRAMWAYMEN! ATTENTION! 373
PROSPECTUS OF EXPRESS NEWSPAPERS LIMITED 374
PROSPECTUS OF EXPRESS NEWSPAPERS LIMITED 375
EXPRESS NEWSPAPERS LIMITED 376
EXPRESS NEWSPAPERS LIMITED 378
[Chapter heading not available] 379
“THE SUNDAY EXPRESS” Why the New Company is Necessary 383
Unnecessary Disruptive Parasitical 384
[Chapter heading not available] 385
FURNISHING TRADES SOCIETY OF N.S.W. SIX HOUR PROCESSION. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 10 a.m. 389
SIX-HOUR SPORTS Clifton Gardens MONDAY, 5th OCTOBER, 1936 390
SIX-HOUR SPORTS Clifton Gardens MONDAY, 5th OCTOBER, 1936 391
SIX-HOUR DAY 392
‘WILLIAM LANE AND THE EARLY DAYS OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT’ 393
READ "THE PUBLICIST” 395
"THE PUBLICIST” 396
CLIFFORD ODETS 397
[Chapter heading not available] 398
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Conscription's Defeat! 399
CRIMSON PATH. 400
40 HOURS 401
BASIC WAGE Rate for Women—Alter System UNION CRITICISM 402
UNEMPLOYED MODERN PROBLEM DR. WALKER’S VIEWS LABOR CRITICISM 403
COMPETITION OR PLANNING? POTENTIAL ABUNDANCE LABOR VIEW 404
T.V.A. EXPERIMENT IN U.S. SOCIAL PLANNING VIEWS OF LABOR 405
HARD HIT WORLD ECONOMICS I.L.O. SURVEY CHANGED OUTLOOK 406
40 HOURS STATES DISAGREE LABOR POLICY FEDERAL POWERS 407
IN SPAIN SOCIAL PROBLEMS ARMY v. GOVT. LABOR ATTITUDE 408
NUTRITION AND LOW INCOME Basic Problem VIEWS OF LABOR 409
8 HOUR DAY 81st CELEBRATION NEXT MONDAY EARLY HISTORY 410
NUTRITION NATIONAL PROBLEM ECONOMIC ASPECTS VIEWS OF LABOR 411
INSURANCE AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS VIEWS OF UNIONS SOCIAL SECURITY 412
“LABOR DAILY” DIRECTORS SLEEP ON THEIR JOBS. 413
Writers' League Australian Section of THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WRITERS FOR THE DEFENSE OF CULTURE 414
New South Wales Section of THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WRITERS FOR THE DEFENCE OF CULTURE The Writers' Association 416
New South Wales Section of THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WRITERS FOR THE DEFENCE OF CULTURE The Writers' Association 417
FELLOWSHIP OF AUSTRALIAN WRITERS PROPOSED NEW CONSTITUTION. 418
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF DRAMA 421
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF DRAMA 422
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF DRAMA 423
PROPOSALS of COMMUNIST PARTY 424
A.L.P. EXECUTIVE REJECTS UNITY 425
Communists Will Continue Work For United Front 426
FOR WORKING CLASS UNITY 428
OUR APPLICATION 429
WHY NO ANSWER? 430
Workers! Unity Depends on YOU 431
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF DRAMA STUDIO 432
For A Better Life ELECT A LABOR GOVERNMENT 433
COMMUNIST PARTY’S PROPOSAL 434
TOWARDS A BETTER LIFE 434
[Chapter heading not available] 435
POST ME UP IN SHOP. Furnishing Trades Award SUMMARY FOR MEMBERS’ USE. 436
CHALLENGE OF FASCISM 437
Union Smashing Regulation 81 438
“GoodMr. Menzies! Naughty Labor Man!” TITLE FOR LATEST THEME SONG 439
"UNITED FRONT” British Labor Party’s Attitude 440
FEDERAL EXECUTIVE UNANIMOUS “The Communist Party is Anti- Labor” All Its Auxiliary Organisations Too Labor Alone Can Present a United Front Against Reaction 441
WHAT IS REGULATION 81? A FOUL BLOW AIMED AT INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM A Simple Explanation for Members 442
WORKERS’ EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES 443
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY 444
To Members of A.L.P. Branches and Affiliated Unions. 445
Reference to Stan. Amour’s Life Service to the Labor Movement. 446
APPEAL TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT AND AFFILIATED TRADE UNIONISTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. 447
Membership “Bights” Committee 448
WHAT A BALANCE-SHEET DISCLOSES 449
[Chapter heading not available] 451
SENATE PRE-SELECTION BALLOT 452
Fellow Members of the Australian Labor Party 453
VOTE THUS: [1] ARMSTRONG, John 455
“They Have So Much In Common" 456
“Do Not Jeopardise Your Future” 458
[Chapter heading not available] 460
AUSTRALIAN WORKERS UNION ANNUAL MEETING, TRADE HALL SYDNEY FRIDAY JULY 30th. 8pm 463
MEETING 463
COMMUNIST PARTY OF AUSTRALIA 464
COMMUNIST PARTY OF AUSTRALIA 465
The Defence of Madrid A Moving Picture of The Spanish War 466
Defence of Madrid A Moving Picture of The Spanish War 467
IN AID OF SPANISH CHILDREN 468
May Day RALLY 469
May Day Rally 470
Re Spain, Etc. A Grave Warning. 471
“Bury the Dead” 472
MONSTER PUBLIC MEETING Sydney Town Hall Monday, June 14th at 8 p.m. 473
HELP SPANISH PEOPLE! 475
EASE SUFFERING IN SPAIN 476
ELECTORS of WOOLLAHRA 477
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE NEEDED 478
WORLD PEACE CAMPAIGN. A RALLY FOR PEACE . 479
“Miss A.L.P. 1937” Popular Lady Competition 480
Communist Party Thanks You 481
“A LITTLE COUNTRY DOCTOR.” 482
TRIUMPHANT TREASURER. 483
DECENCY IN POLITICS. 485
CASE FOR THE FORTY-HOUR WEEK 486

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