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THE "WORKER" MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

TH£ ' WORKtfl' MAILBAG. Correspondents will please write-on one side ^of the' ' «n«pr onlv - Comments, suggestions, theories or any SS matter intended for the 'Hear Both Sides', column should ueflisihortand devoid of superfluities^ as possible. Correspondents who do not desire to run the risk of black-listing by having their signatures at tached to anti-capitalistic ideas should use a nomde nlume enclosing their own names for the editor's -iatisfaction^olely. Where no nom-de-plume is used, _X^^atsrro«ly of the name attached will be inserted unless express permission to use the full name is given— Every worker-should feel that he can use the jJolulmTs^tirtB^TOj^ape^ torial supervision, without feamand without favour.

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Hear Both Sides!' [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

'Hear Both Sides !' commenting upon the antr-co-operative attitude of an up-country mper a bushmaii savs :— The writer would make believe that storekeepers were keeping the labourer gratuitously and, that, therefore, it is a 'monstrous -ingratitude on trir part to do tor nimseii wna& omers are oniy too nappy to do for him for so little, Now, sir, allow me to analyze this in its true sense. I have seen more than two of our Banialdijifjjaier cliants of present date riot many years ago hawk Ing their wares for sale in a hand basket. There must be tremendous profits somewhere when men can start with nothing and in a very few jmrs accumulate affluence, X might say inde Itendenee, Can any oh©; explain now~Bour, asT see in a late paper, was £40 per ton and .csver. in was a co-operative storjeln thaTtown rWOutcT^uclr have occurred? I think not, for ,1 take the -principle -3f-^o-o^eraifen-^-^e^te^-^hen-i;here~ us a Xamine the '^tore wojild dole out its jpro,r ^mbus according k- the n...

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OUR FRIENDS AND OUR FOES. Opinions of "the Australian Press on the Jondaryan Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

flUR fRIENBS AND OUR FOES. Opinions of the Australian Press on the . Jondary an Affair. — The North Queensland (Towns ville) Sentinel --Bays : — The effect of the federation of labour in averting a strike has been seen in this latest labour difficulty. _, — Hfrfl thpi-ft hftpiiynn hand nf union hetw»-»n the ^'jflf^ro^t labour organisations it is possible the shearers' and per haps a portion of the wharf labourers might have been — induced to strike, although the battle, would have been ?~~a~Very aevere one even if a doubtful victory were 'gained at last. Federation-has altered all $his. It gives the men a sufficiently- good positions enable them to negotiate^!!, at^east, equal terms with the employers and the latter Jc«ow that they have not merely a weak section of labour to deal with but a powerful Federa \' tion which does not move until success appears cer tain. Naturally enough a section of the people object J to this and apportion of the press voice's their opinions 1 and compl...

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THE "WORKER" CALENDER. rom April 28th to May 28th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

=fll|^WfflBffiRiH5AlENDJai. ? rom April 28th to May 28th, 1890. -£mftr2& — Gloncurry stockmen organised. ' kvut 29,jr-Tdwnsville bench dismissed case against Dr. Ahearne for employing unexemrjted kanaka. * A clean sweep is the only straight; sweep. '7 . ^ Alleged'disopve^y^iLP^is^anfLekewhere of Anarchist plots to attempt revolution during Eight-hour celebrations. An old trick to dis* r credit the Labour movement. _^J Colossal strikes in Hungary. Conflicts be --tweeninilitary and^trikera^ir Moravia. ~~ a' ^Colonial Sugar Company announced inten tion to remove tniH« fmin Whi'to T.nhnnv Queensland to. Black Labour Fiji. -Isn't it. tune t» consider exclusion from Australasia of~ Black Labour products ? I South Australian Government ' sanctioned' I employment of White Labour instead of I Chinese I by Government Resident at Port °Darwin,iKJ?i flbw kind ! BarocM^ Murithyutried to explain to Bar I caldinites wbyiie always bucked against pro. I gimsive legislation. '~ ^ _ — [^ Enpne...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

THE EDITORIAL MILL 'I WISH T, Wfl« l-Jinr*^' nnnixnjuitiAJhuvnivitL Mon-head, squatter, with an oath, when ho was Fnformed of the letter ;__the [ Jirh,¥-^-£kmaraL '^Council had written his government. What he? would have done had lie fcoon 'there,' i.e. m^ Brisbane, instead, of in- R/ockhanipton, history twlleth not. Perhaps- he would have. started the police on a ' unionist-hunt ' in, imitation of the '^digger-hunt ' that - ' preceded -the Eureka Stockade. Perhaps, what is more likely, he would have done just what he did — turned on a torrent of vituperous abuse and showed what worker^ have to exjjeet from class government and squatter cabinets. However that may be, the A.L.F. was clearly within the limits of respectful admonition when __it (tailed the attention of the Government to pos : sibihties. The General Council^ delegate to the. Central District '.found a^general consensus of opinion among the bushmen .that the public .houses should be closed .;? so much so that many were c...

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCEMENTS. Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

Subscription Bates. — eoOP1S«ATtVE S0CIETH5fiA- ? : ? — - ? * ? 77- — rj— , AND I Per Member per month Id. Contributing Societies ) . Single Subscribers, per year. . _ . . ... ? ? *l' Single Subscribers, per copy — ^-- ?? ?» 3-a* - Clubbing Rates^ ^s. - - SixtAwnttai; Subscriptions ^«ent4n4ogetlier) .^^JLIQ Thirteen Annual Subscriptions (sent-in-toa . — aether) .. .. ......'... .. l l Nineteen Annual SajBBCitumoNS {sent m to Kether) .. ? I'- /' ? TWENTY -SIX ANNUAL_SUBSC4U^TlDNSisent U1_HIL.__^_ gether) .. ... - ?- ? ?? ?? _-; ? « ? -i^Attcojm-s «ctUto «w»THWrwrwjtemI. KtWMfco/ ? the wtvemO.iU. hHmUI yet »j» elwbs atiwinj npn-cq-operatwfi workers. They van-make wagr* at it-iflhey want to, or can get a few free copies for tlwmselvea by this weans for free distribution. Agents' Rates. Per Dozen (no returns) * ? 2s. 3d. Terms, invariably Gash in Advance. Newsagents^uicLothers are informed that -all credit bliwnesa must bo done through Messrs, GordojL_and Gotch. Remittances - ^Egraittan...

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COD BLESS OUR TRADES UNIONS.' [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

GOD BLESS OUR TRADES UNIONS. zSafcceineiabm Lliu f.iblo by -^Euop roiiitod; — __-O!ew^a6lUawpMV^^ But a bundle of sticks when together united .^All-efforts to break them now useless was .iJ-jjhowjki. _ ? ? w_=^==— r ^^— - The moral thus taught 111 the far distant ages, Is together to stick if jrou_wishjtaube strongs _ ?-.. ^ljFou-w*iifr^orterliout^^^p^^!in^ You'll getFtt by 'union,' now see if I'm wroiig. _____Go_d bless our Trades Unions and long jnay .^hey flourish ? TlifijKojrikingjnanVr%lits^to^rem ? Till all thru' the hiwl fediitutod^hey stand, _ In one bond of union secure. ? _?_ Ja our_youtli we were taught_to4jow— to-tlie ? — wealthy, t \^^ — - '^ And 'labour' to 'capital^' always gave way, But leaders and thinkers with i'KJcepts more healthy : Have opened our eyes to the 1ightTjf^tiieJ day. For many a ^year has *?* capital ' ruled it, And the rights of the workman been treated w^bhsoorn, ..,..-. __ 43utrtie^rfquiidc^^ use it,— ? - / . __ __ 'Till labour triumphant to victor...

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BOOKS WELL WORTH READING. III.—The Story of an African Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

2 lOOKSlfEll IWlBTfl READING. ' III.— The Story of an African Farm. : - ? ? ? ^Thehk are some things we should allLtry lo know of and among them is the conception of what religion really is. %For unless we have '.— the religious instinct there is no good in us and if w^mv^4t^nd^lowHt^'ov«rtiii^^urTr«asonr^ it is almost equally baneful and vile. This we ? all realise* ~u very one of us, Catholic, Protestant, *Tew-MKi~Buddhist. 3^or the religious instinct is simply the burning ;_faith that L somehow or some wlie^Hth^i^i^oittething better ahead^-- not-tjer-- haps for ourselves but for others, a faith that rises supreme in the hour of deepest discourage meutand nerves. the religious to ' keeji always , pegging away. It is this religious instinct that ( ? has inspinid- every -noble-deed and every herioe action and every self-sacrifice great ana small. It is .rooted. -'down in .the ' universalistic. hedonism 'j— thtr selfishness tor fr.ha nthftrs— nf ? . ^4w-schaoliiieTif-it is the first ...

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THE SHEARERS' CONFERENCE Joint Report of the A.S.U. and Q.S.U. . Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

TflHUBtoSHHlNFERENeE Joint Report of the A.S.U. and Q.S.U. . Delegates. — Fellow Unionists, *- -?-J — '—? We^hawto report that a conference took place in the Maritime Hall, Sydney, on Thurs day and Friday, the 8th and -Jth May, 1800, when the following delegates _^w^re ^jaegent j = 1Klejprsr'Wl t3r. Spence, IX Temple, and H. Langwell, representing the Amalgamated Shearers' Union : Messrs. H. Turley and Georcre Taylor* representing; the Queensland Shearers' Union ; and Mr* T. W. Crawford, representing the ^General Cduncil of the Australian Labour. J Federation. Mr. P. Brenn&n, President Sydney Trades and Tiauour Council, was voted 'to th« chair. . The ChaIrman, in opening the proceedings, expressed his pleasure at being present, and hojjed that the conference would result in an j mtcable understanding being arrived at between i he two bodies concerned. 9|Mr. Spence explained that a meeting had been ! leld on the *ith instant betweefrMessra. Taylor,. *purley, Temple and himsel...

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THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. June, 1890. LABOUR, CAPITALISM AND CONCILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADEE, __ ? June, 1890. \_._ ' . LABOUR, CAPITALISM AND CONCILIATION. The capitalistic class aTfects 'to believe, and doubtless does to a certain extent believe, that Labour Organisation threatens Industry with destruction. Employers complain incessantly of the tyranny of the unions and of their increasing encroachments upon the margin of Profits and warn us that what they declare to be our unrea Bonable demands wiUresult in the cessation tiij Production. If they would only take the trouble ? to uwriftftifaMid I what. -4m T.nhmir movement 48 they would dismiss these foolish fears and vain - ^alaansr4or^he very moment thojrjarffr-prepared It to meeOhT^i^totaatioystiateQur jftiriy^ther- Organisa.t.inn of Labour re prepared to deal as fairly by them. This as not the mere utterance _ of an irresponsible leader-writer ; it is a reitera ? tion of the official uttefance^of the Australian ,. Labour Federation and its kindred bodies ; it is an authoritative statement wh...

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PLAIN THOUGHTS FOR PLAIN THINKERS. A Famous Writer Favours Close Combination and Conciliation on the A.L.F. Lines. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

PLAIN THOUGHTS FOR PLAIN THINKERS. A Famous Writer Favours Close Combina tion jind Conciliation on the A.L.F. It is. really a curious fact, and one 'that fur nishes food for reflection, that while .our people are shuddering at the scej »tre of-^lestflictive iSocialiauv there is being constructed under our very eyes a socialistic! rcyhm, showing us how the environment of the . individual ?: will 1-p changed. _. ' ??'__./????? What we now specially suffer f itH«/ its; plan - lessness, what we need and must hav«\ Vh'nf. the. coming social order~wity give us, and what- the 'Trust' to some extent already provides is. system. -. ? ? ?Planlessness, ,anarchy-,-ifi-tlje^greait troubleTln . herent in our . industrial system. Division of -la.lvnir- - -i.b pyprynnPi hiiws, in oiir_ great prin ciple, l»it it has i-ecuHar danger«r .No-one-now. does the whole of auytliing, tffirtrhands bis work' tiVfr tt- mm; pf tsbmpymentary ^trades4 iurtlw*, our greatest industries are those which turn out paf£s...

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THE WORKER BOOK HIND. How the Progressive Movement Can be Helped Along. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

^IHE WORKER BOOK fUHD. jffQiy £tie l*rogyeggivg Ifffryfrimmft Can be Helped Along. _ ? It is hardly good enough toimow that auch ? andj^sh-ajtookisgood if you rant get hold of ? it^iiotjeMeiaithou^ it :s selling for a shilling and yon Tiara several of them to spare. | Co-operation on sound business lines will solve T^the difficulty: Itis~not-i*ossiMe~3TOryetiRj^the . workers to «et uiifoFfhemselves the ' traveHmsr ti»e library^' which the Boomerang is always urging the Government to star^-but they can chip in their sixpences nand shillings on a *(Book Fund' to be invested, as capital, in cheap and popular books, _these_ jfco_ be supplied by mail to any address upon receipt of the cost price as announced in the Woukbb. By such an arrangement it would ^g|*ee4ily^be— y»Q8gible to ^m&^Jaoaking Back ward, ' '' Co-operative Commonwealth', ' George's books, ' Story of an African Farm ' and innu merable other sound, fascinating and elevating books ftflfie Minders orthe Maranoa or Co...

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A THREATENED RAILWAY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

A THREATENED flAllWAY STRIKE. The answer of the railway commissioners to iheTailwaymen's deputation which waited upon them on Tuesday, May ffftti, ; to protest against the enforcement of compulsory insurance, may cause- a railwayjtitrike to paralyze the trade cf— Queensland instead -of the-waters.ide-strike whieh^hreatened at the beginning of'May and which was so fortunately averted. Just what^ i/iio uajJiWiiiiBtnj press win say uu tut) »uuj«uv is not yet'known4 ..but public^opinion and- trade - union funds willldoubtless see the railwaymen to victory ; tof^Ymei^^^ca^i^i^v^mrvamts only ask that-Xhty iriay be perm tiled t»u~t*pemL_ |heif-eafntngs in their own way. The Com missioners propose to tell them how to spend their wages. That is thircauseof tlie quarreling a nutshell. — --— — '- — ? -_ — _-!_ The protest of the Railway Ehnployes Asso niaf.ion Kfrvftd frb« «ftrv»^J;i&niJbeing included in _. the superannuation Jund measure passed by the preseritiParliament ; but a worse...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

IN THE WORKER WORLD. Okganiseb Casey has organised the Charters Towers butchers and cabmen.,. As a General Labour Union ancfjQ.T. A. branch were already J& existence and a licensed careers union to be forme^T^with ^bakers, shop assistants anel^ others, the new A.LrF.jdisJaaet there will Ib© ^ stmn^jMiflby*8^B ATM.A»,jiien alone^gieiii^aj* *?? _THE_'Book ^ Funjl_'_JdejL js H£fov:?iTHri5~ TJdpataty along^h^coasL _ Treasurer J^shuS «s~ oTfne Mat^gioroi^^ ^^aions~8Qj^Ln lu^sdigtrfct ; Mr. Cs M*ffenaPT~ TofTrill strWtJ~TtTOharters Towe' ^*. Secretary ^McGregor, in Barealdine ; Secret '^gfftfgfitfa _Any-9therassistance heartir » weksdine.- :*T j 1™ Gerfral ^^At Union sorted at Bundab^rgineete every ^temate Tuesday in the Maritime Hall. The P^jatatbira^Ibdufel^rojr into town and join. .-?_. . *? a t vTflE Wide ^y *nd Burnett district, A.LJ-.,Ja# nea- iy goo members aiready^Aidth ^^S^S?z35®QuB^£:^^«^tosv^4 ^^^^^^omsolKi. There are 200 Burrum ^ners, 200 Qemm\ Labour Union men in mary...

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"PROTECTION" FOR THE BOOTMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

'PROTECTION' FOR THE fl0OTHAKm Nearly two years ago a mongrel-tariff w& imposed, in Queensland which, jwhile^ satisfying neither protectionists nor freetraders, certainly raised- considerably the cost of liviAg. Among other things it enabled the boot manufacturers to raise the price of boots but the bootmafoi^ received no advance in wages. Apart altogether from this, the conditions of ? journeymen bootmaking have been something M atrocious^ ^** 'sweati'ng ' system has prevailed^ which f breed men~to~wqrk 'i romrliO to 80 hour^a ? ?week-to cover living ex{ienses; boy labour -ha^fl j javed- havocjmth adult labour ; family labom M lnTw^roTst forms has secured a footing ; between ? lEjiem, these influences have been steadily teu^ifig^M to force Industrial degradation in East End ? liondon formui-on a large and imi3ortant body ? of Queensland workers. . The result is that the ? ' Brisbane bootmakers are on strike. H Three months ago the Queensland Amal- ? gamated Operative Boot T...

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"LOOKING BACKWARD." 2000-1887. ThE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1890

LOOKING BACKWARD.* 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. -— . BY ? .'»? - — EDWARD BELLAMY, - — Author of 'Miss Jjudihgton's Sister,' 'Dr.- Heidenoff's Process,' *' A Nantucket Idyl,' &c. — — SCMMAR¥-0F PREVIOUS CH \ PTF.RH, ? _ A Boston college professor in the year 2000 sets out to write, for the information of the enlightened people of that age, a novel comparing their perfect industrial organisation witlr the miserable straggle between Labour and Capital going on 1n the y©Rr^l887^ from which epoch he had, by extraordinary circumstances, — survtveth — -kite? a mopnueric Rlftftp of lift years, he wakes. Gradually it is proved to him that he is iii the new Boston and his host, Dr. Leete, explains the social conditions which rute-hi the new civilisation. ♦Every worker should buy ' Looking JBackward,' the great reofganisation-of industry novel of Edward Bellamy, which is selling by the 100,000, It depicts society with capital and labour in their proper places, with produ...

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THE "WORKER" DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

ijit^sNBFmEm. Sqcietieslnliirp&rir^f Queensland are requestecLto make use of this column for the announcement; of their general and special meetings, secretaries' ad dresses, social gatherings, election qt officers and similar information. Members should see that- the — request is responded to, ^CTp-eountry and coastwise societies particularly requested. No charge. ? ? ????..? ? .. ? v - f

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LOOKING BACKWARD. 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

iMim 8 *«*#*«& S000-1887. THE GREAT EEORGANISATION NOVEL. . ? .-...--.. ... .........__B5.._ . .. ;.. ? .._ ? EDWARD BEU^AMyf^' — Author of J' &*& LudragtonV Sister,**'** Dr. ' Heit|enoff's4^oceas,M ' A Jifc&ntuuket Idyl,' &c. SUMMARY i3¥ PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. ? — lK»»~-_ ?A Boston college professor in the year ^WTBeteroat to write, for4,heiiifbrmfttion of the enlightened people of thftt.aga,-a JioifiLcomgaringtheir perfect industrial organisation with^the^ mtsemble ^itruggle^ 4-etHfeen Iiabour and Capital going on in the year 1887 from which epoch he had, by extraordinary circumstances, survived. After a mesmeric sleep of US years, he wakes. Gradually it is proved to him that he is in the new Boston ana his new friend? -explain the _SQci§] conditibns which rutHta-the new civilisation. ?

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TO-DAY." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

'TO-DAY.' ?Beat out your noteAof minted gold : v. Upon tn^anvil^of 'your song : Sing swift ! for ere the tale be told The poet, in another world, May sing anothe^song. - — Make haste-hob player en life's stage ? — And act your part ere purpose cools — While yet there burns a generous rage, - ? ? - - ^Norclamped by spteenyTioT Tftmrned by age=— For j^rds^re food for fools ! Repent, oh n^an ! while yet is tiine To cheat thy woful seeming fatei_- — Ere to that dismal Stygian clime Death bear the rhymer and the. rhyme And bolts the grei&ty gate— Over whose towering arch sublime Some scornful god, in bitter ire, With finger dipped in bloody fire, Has writ the wutiltv'^Tod - Lately ^ ^ ^— ^ — FltED. J. ' BBOOMFlELn, May, 1890. ;

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Replies in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

RepUes In Brief. W. D. A., Saltern Creek :— Next month -W.vB^Jgidsvold :-r Sent three ^Bellamy's ' Look ing Backward. ' Wouldn't avoid delay as' book sellers were. out. Glad to undertake any such commissions.- J. ,W. Ward, Charters Towers ?^^-Writijagzyouaboutjdirectory. B. M., Albion —You too. G. F., Bowen. Downs : — Only jus received ; too late for July. F. D., Avington —Send it along. J. H, M.,° Rockhampton; — Sending you 100 copies.

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