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HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

[?] The events of the Parliamentary week have been the seoond readings of the Elections Bill and the Land-grant Railway Bill. Both showed tip thoroughly the extraordinary misgovernment to whioh the country submits. On TiiBfldav when th« KlnctinriR Bill came on Griffith contended it was neces sary to prevent roll-stuffing and lamely excused the innovation— never before heard of anywhere— requiring a J.P. to-JOMch for the qualification of every man enrolled. Throughout his speech it was evident that all he wanted was to oripple the Labour vote. He was followed up to the neck by Nelson, the leader of the nominal Oppo sition and Dickson, the pet of the Patriotic League ; but Black and Donaldson took the opportunity to pose as men who desired ,the purity of the franchise and not its limitation. Rutledge— who is a dead horse for the Towers, anyway— heroically said he would stand up for Bul cock and Buloocking ' even though it cost him his seat.' Which was re-echoed by Annear, still smarti...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A CREDITABLE PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

a creditable: pboddction. For its purpose the Workeb is a, credit able production.— Coferuine Albion. - MODERATE IN TONE. The Worker is a neat .compilation, brightly edited, and moderate iu tone as such a journal should be. — Gippsland Mercury. SHOULD PROVE ACCEPTABLE. ~ The writing of the Worker is first class and there is a large quantity of news in the paper which should prove acceptable to those in whose interests it is published. — Manqfidd Ckmrier. PLAIN AND OUTSPOKEN. The Worker has a cartoon illustrative of the powers of labour and unionism over the political movements of the day, and on all subjects bearing either in favour of or against the bodies whom it supports, the publication is plain and outspoken. — Wai- halia Chronicle. IN TERSE LANGUAGE. The Worker is well got up, and is full of interesting matter concerning labour topics. In it the horny-handed son of toil finds an enthusiastic advocate of his in terests ; and capitalists and people of such ilk are spoken of in t...

Publication Title: Worker
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The Unemployed in '66. J. B. BBOWN WRITES: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

The Unemployed in '66. J. B. BBOWN WHITES : The Government papers say the unions are the cause of all the depression at present. I have been in the oolony 80 years. Twenty-six years ago the un employed navvies seized the train at Hehdon and made it take them to Ipswich i«o oi cnarge. xney Cben marched down to Brisbane, 800 strong, and interviewed rpeyovemor and demanded 'work or bread. The government gave them rations with tents to sleep in till they found them work making the Breakfast | Creek road at 2s. 6d. per day with rations. This was under a squatting government SjndthwBjwasno union in ttacountry at «™™Ser^The government papers are w'afiS? I0*1'®1*6 the *°«SS|3aw; I When I came to the country the squatter used to employ twenty men when he doemt employ ow»£nr. He used to S^inS*!^* **»|* S* 5 ''wiutiid! shepherd for every flock $.*»*£ Nowheonly^ploy^aSSidary HS SL^001 *° *? ****** '« still ;l»- ] doesnt pay any more taxes ^Sa~ge6nSe Government to put np a rabmt-prooffenoe

Publication Title: Worker
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LILLEY AND POLITICS. A Latter to Him and a Letter from Him. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

LILLEf AND POLITICS. , ? * ? A Lett* to Him and a Letter from Bin, As .bearing somewhat on the circulation of die LillBy requisition in various parts oi the country the following from an old Hughendan oairier will be interesting as showing at least one 'phase of public opinion : TO SIR CHARLES LILLET: (Per favour of ike Worker. ) I Sir; It is with great diffidence that I address jnyseif to you through the me dium of this paper, but the deplorable stete of the country and the retrogressive actions of the present Government make men turn everywhere and seek, like Goethe, for mehr licht. The one man on whom, the people pinned their faith as the champion of the white nun against coloured races has gone quietly over to the enemy and left a gap which must be filled up. At the time of your first appearance _ among us I-was-ajesident ^-Brisbane and helped all I oould to secure your services tw member for the Valley. Since then. though living far in tha in^rinr mj jjj different parts of the ...

Publication Title: Worker
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Misery in Melbourne. FROM THE WAGGA Hummer: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

? Winery in Melbourne.1 ? KBOlf THE wagga Hummer: Ihree hundred starving women, with babu* in arms, paraded through the streets j of Melbourne last Wednesday? One lady a heroine, speaking to her sisters, Baid pome out ! Show yourselves ! ]5on^b^ J i~~~ ; — :: *''» uuuounes ue crying lor bread which you cannot supply. Some of your children are without clothes or shoes and »ou keep them indoors. Watch them Howly starve to_death. Why? Because the fear oFshame terrorises and prevents you from openly demonstrating to the world that you and yours are very much in gggf. SmteH^I ^w^-slHHiaid, «'itis ™*u «o oe poor, and let the world know it, 'fP*™6 the world frowns on poverty. But think! Your little ones are dying! They I want .nourishing and yds shut themup; What do you do? Listen! You slowly murder those chiMren whom you love dearly.' These woman then proceeded to that_capitaustoc_ sheet, Then the police wwo to nume the helpless women. The poBoe ought to have been stopped, and Wieyprobabl...

Publication Title: Worker
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ON GENERAL TOPICS. The Y.W.C.A. Secretary in Reply. MR. HURBERT FAIRFAX WRITES: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

ON GENERAL TOPICS. »e TMjCJL fleoratwry In Benly. KB. HBKBSBT FAIBFAX WBITIS: As a nutter of fact oar [late Convention] PKJgrammeinoladed the oubject ' YonS Men and Sooial Problem, of To^iay 'an! apart from thae onr -discussions if not state of aooUl affaire. On what authority nas your writer such information as 'the convention was dominated by men who openly and persistently oppose all reforms ^a *buse all agitators for reforms. ' Whv weextsTOreform to toy and stem the tide4 rJhJJZS — *i ^t^*''?** »ui«iM, social and' physical and as for abusing agitators, have we asan assooiation doneioT For rememh SnwELT*fc?* ''T^6 ^ individual -pintons that may be expressed, if they «£t^ & menobere OT««de iust In the same way that your paper or oommittee would not sanction all the thoughts or actions of your^nembers-tndivianaiy T rr- ? 'VT.~ *™'™»'««» ywur iasc reterence about ? if you are hungry go and play leap frog, ftc; if yon imply from that that we weaomen so, you are sadly mistaken...

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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

editor's Letter Box. A. MoOlelxakd, Burgorah : For certifi cate of death apply to the Registrar General, giving full information. En QUIEBB, Charters Towers : Earl Marx was born in 1818. He only wrote two volumes of 'DaB KapitaV' intendiiig to finish it in three. His daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Marx Ayeling, is reported to be compiling the wu»w nrwmm. kftWAM WUO UllglUM UUUCQi \J\Jlj pobteub, Maryborough: Have banded letter to business manager. F. O'Connor, Aramac : Thanks for enclosure ; will pub lish. Naturally, the letter you speak of thoroughly expressed the opinion of the Western men and of the coast men, too. J. T. Pbbston, Katandra : That is an im portant point which needs explanation. Will refer to C.D.C. and publish its answer. Fbecdok of Contract, Kynuna : What did you expect it would be ? Many Others: Received.. _

Publication Title: Worker
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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 16TH, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (foa cbs wmsK aroma ram Mis, 1898.) South Australian Parliament opened on JuneS. John Dillon's proposed board of arbitration to allot Home Rule seats to the rival factions has fizzled. Sixteen law and order workmen in San Francisco killed while manipulating governmental infernal machines. Belgian elections on ; liberals winning ; some riotirur. Hirach thanked by Russian government _ for migrating Jews to summer climes: 3,500,000 to be settled in 25 years. T. Walker, M.L.A., remanded on bail for shooting parson Laseron in a Sydney railway carriage. The Schey-Eddy commission adjourned on June 11 to the sweeb and remote byand by. a. DQ-qonnaence motion against riaytord is on in the S. A. parliament. JThe i Queensland Fuji. Court, ,Real_dis8eikt-__ ~Ihg, has decided that a workman cannot seize mortgaged property of his ein — pfcyfr for ypgw h^pi without notifying the mortgagee. London Nonconformists are manifestoing in favour of the middle-class Liberal party, Vict...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

REil6LE^-tt)Dti8, ;«tflhi^ Afttflci»l *eeth, complete sots from f 6 6b. Material and Workmanahip Gnantoteed. WATPR PRHfl P TR088E8, Artlnolalliimbs VmjJinrttUyr Oatlery; Optioal Goods and frirgloal Applianoes (locally manufao tared). Bm-gioal Instrument and Cutlery 'Works (H. May, late (lay & Dahl, manager), ISO Edward et., between Queen andEliaabeth st8., Brisbane. Rnfllf^ * STATIONERY at lowest onrrcnt UUUixU prioes. Orders ^y~poHtoarelully and promptly attended 4a. ^'Workingman'B Paraaise,' post free, Ss.lOd. Alfebd Fi.etoheb, Bookseller, 85 Ijeiohhardt-street, Brisbane. I ni LU ill II U . Fortitude Valley, guaran tee a perfect fit. Suite from 60a. ? MMjnWIQTQ 8M0KE Dixsok's Tobaccos, UnlUmOlO made by feUow-unionists from finest leaf only. Every btiok tagged Dixsok , RCQT UA I 1 IT ^ Queensland obtained at DuO 1 inLUL Penunotok & Co.'s Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Queen-street, Brisbane. MAY H tflNG I CO., AnnHBtTPetrle^ IVIAA U. MINb Bight.' Prodnoe Mer chante and Ge...

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SMOKE-NO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

mmm Seo^abt fjM^,^^^e BlaokaU for Eiongreach, :iwii pceien^ra wini an en grossed addr^W ^9 Bajqoo Oddfellows' Lodger-, ,.;;. * v-it;: :; . . : ___Jais_Dpwiir used to toy© thw aibtdoe up: .. au, ?.-.? ?'???_ NO WHmi'ltBN KSSD APPLT. So that a recent Woekek cartoon wasn't so long-drawn after aIL Bbisbane Jews*nd JPataaotic Iieaguers have Bent £290 to relieve destitute Russian Jews. How muoh destitution in Queens land does the balance that wasn't sub scribed and sent represent! ~ The ' Workingman'fl Paradise' can be obtained by N.S. W. - unionists from the A.S.U. and G.L.TJ. secretaries at Bourke and Wagga and from Mr. Norman, Aus tralian Workman office, Sydney. ,- At the last meeting of the Brisbane *' Natives ' the moat serious business was a short ^address on ' curious epitaphs.' A curious epitaph will-have to be written on the demise of the Queensland A.N. A., the way it's going. Cabltle, who hated all humbugs. aespusea uiaascone. une can unaerecana why when reading that in finally...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

:',«,J, ? i==—5^Sggw^ »in. ? ; .__. 1 iSewiita l^Tpl^rlne-peTinserticm. IS „ *L- -I**---' ? - ?? » |6 „ , 8d. „, . »» 52 „ - ? ? 7d/ ? * ' it '' ? »» ? -* (Five p« ^tdJ8ooim-foi^ayingg»naavanoeO m LESLIE & CO.'S 'WT OPPOSITE BOGGO-EOAD 8TANI»E?-ST. bnUbtnltO, MiffirtwtolWte trices for cash only. J. J/ Iieh»he, Stanley-street. nrnni t'D tM8HBT0BE8/6B»uiohe8,vi£Tat: FtUrLt 'OSraSlmfi&&; Valley i Queen 6t., City 5 south end Victoria Brian; Stanley St., next J. T. Heaalop'e ; aud i¥ve Ways. Iron mongery, Crockery, Groceries ana Produce re tailed at wholesale prices. CtootlB delivetgiiiee. b| JQU W0RKER8J Good wearing Booto^and nil OH Shoes. Bend TO' offers. JoarcgH Fbasks, Grindery Store, wooUoonggotra; MAHER. the Peopled Baker, sells superior ? fft Bread, delivered anywhere, at tnreepenoe. Bakery: Brunswick-street, Valley. ? WINKWORTH'ELLIOTT.^r8 Family Butchers, Richmond Downs. ? 1ftMQ-M*MB+^«Sl TKi*™ Rm-s-_Ja^ JAWlU ! ace the brat. Ask your store keeper lor th...

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A BUSHMAN'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

A BPSHMAN^B OBB&tf . One night when Bleepinglnmy bunk, lit my tumble six by fiigftt, I dreamt I saw Sam Griffith With a darkey for a mate. I thought I met them travelling An & Araaxv OaeBnaland track— AndSamwaadeoorated With a oollar-f ashioned pack. And th*t Ham had o'er his eyes . A. little piece of muslin ' To proteob him from the flies. Thtbugh his boots Wb toes were shining, ? And HwMwrt' loftkad raty Bore— ? ? 1 ognid M« fctmii thty were bUstered TromtheAlberteJ&athewore. When Sam saw me^SSlning towards them, ? JSesat down upon hJBSwag, He says, 'Goodinotn&ate stranger « v Got 'much water in your bag T We're victimised by squabters, „ ~~For we bottrare union men 1 ' . And Sam had on as nmud The same old polished grin. tf yw tvant a drink of water You can get it in the creek. But for the Boutih Sea islander, Klonotwuintamui, ForJwell I know— ©oor devil !— -? - That he's here against his wilL 'You thought I did not know you, Bat there's where you ...

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BUNDABERG GOES WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

BUNDAKRC COES WHITE. THE Black Labour GovenumM' gpfc a terrible knock-down on Thursday, «Tutte 9, whon Bundaborg, a augoi oouWiB-agd ? long v Black Labour starougbold, want white, returning another member to join the small but energetic parliamentary minnrifor The Voting. HaU ? 462 ? Duffy ... ? rrr^r ~~ ? ... 353 :~ ? Curtis ? 170 Skyring... ? 14 Informal ? 13 -Total Tfotes polled . . 1002 _ Majority ft-r lAiwnr ' . 09 ? ?--- ? The result of the election was received throughout Hie colony with esultatiop by fchfl White Qnrt^lfcnri m%,pt niid yjfth fffl^pr eurpris^by the Mack labour (mtoaLpoe before teai^ie. ''' He changed all colours as he read the wire. M'ltl wraith gave a grant of disdani (when it ws^pasud tohlm. then looked as stolid as ever. The rssi ot tahLeMinistry niost decidedly Joifc Ateir appehtee. / ? ? , . ' _ In Bundaberg itself wild excitamejat pre vailed for ttieTiundreds of votelevs men candidate polled the sugar refinery em ^ ?!f v*0 * tBL0!!!b. ^ 'cnow^8 ^6 moo)) ...

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L. A. REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

t A BMPDBUC. [?] *e Government ha. i omSowIdX: jf the gtboad it Mfi spring^^^Lte^ * those Uttle A««»ii^--£LJT^ *TTiO1 ^^ «P^*» ? y«H»tt«eMdevelopinjt. MAI.THT, BMW80MED, fWJirjBIKO WmJBteO, oofar. ^.Now, asworidngmen, let us eitB tree as in theMonarS,i«lXrSra5f just as small a ohanoeof gatheHnFany^ the fruit. Noir our m&H^wM -~ ministration: the tTnM lS£, & GSla*K A' labour .JS&hS* Jm bitter than in England or Germany? fe [nobtheenjoyinentofthefrnitfOTrel^vely ?f ,jew'.a Pttmber there as riiwWhftwtf f . nSS BfeKW|rMfl Wf^oiaUsni Twists the VEBT UTTLB AHEAD of constitutional monarchy. ABepoblio* 'Government lor th^peonle. bir tii« people,' a name that haVAivered aom* * despotism to dost and mirfe others tewabK a ma»m that has made the bowedSS ™tween them and hi^h heaven no master *iT ? '~*''w»'52» «« »w» du« umv and * their own. Honoured be the imune Re pu^o!-Aiidyet-^mdyVt--aalyetl Whether wouM you fcTSeWone or ten? By ten certainly, for you have a greater ch...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL ? The nnscrnpiiloufi tactics to which the governing class will descend in extremity u mil shown by the amendments proposed to the Electoral Act, The aini of this is evidently to disfranchise wage-earners in a wholesale manner and thus to retain . the power threatened by reoent political de ! velopmente. It is actually proposed that every man put pn the roll must be per ? Bonaijy known -to0 a .T.P. as being ft duly qualified elector. When we remember the intricate nature of the ' qualification ' and the purely ckse nature of the J.fViiBti, it ? ii evident that this ig a menBUT6~de~ Uberately and wilfnlly intended to dean the roBa of antagonistic votes. I would lite to know how many townsmen will be aide to get J.F. evidence of their qnaUBoawm— unless they are endorsed by the Patriotic League. As for the bushmen an-Iar «ncb a regulation most may as well ** wpMjnve up hope of getting on the rolls. Th» Bill is evidently intended to dis ? franehlge die people a* large ...

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BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK Woman's suffrage has had a boom in Kngb-.nd m''^y — through the -attempt of the conservative woman's wohan's righters to secure the parlia 8L'Fkua«!K. mentary vote for propertied sninsterhood and leave Woman with a capital 'W' severely out in the cold. The rank and file of the movement revolted under tberadical wing. jbnd .united with the champions of woman's inferiority to defeat a half -loaf Bill which -they_ener- g.tically declared to be worse than no bread. And they were right. When dis putes are upon matters of principle, oon - cessions which are in themselves a denial of principle are in reality no concessions at all, are red herrings drawn across the trail. ? Women are not entitled to votes because they own property or because they are not married any more' than men are. The property vote, as it is, is-aa imposition -;Hie extend 'that imposition is no concession to progress at all. And as for single women voting, the single woman is the very one who shoul...

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Squatter Roll-Stuffing. A DIAMANTINA CORRESPONDENT SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

Squatter Roll-Stumnir. A DIAMANTINA 00BBS8F0KDEKT SAT8: f^P11? mJ also roll-stufl5ng are forafe. TOeJateBt and m^os^pLoved Plan is as followsjn oonnection with the fOHffiraocesB : When the Revision Oonrt 1 sita the names of men who are known to be goodumomste^and who would probably support a labour candidate-are simply removed and the men -are never (orvery seldom) taforined of the fact, so tL. S3 wucjr moir names are snu on the rolf unfi someone more fortunate than they bap-ieiu3 to produce a oopy of the Eleotoral HouT and then they learn forthe first time that their names have been erased. # I know of several men at present work Winton who have been treated in this manner, Jtthough they have been in lie employ of the firm in some cases as lowr as jrZ.''ZT^ jtt - ' fcUBni nave lett the district and they are still in it at the time 1 write this. As to roll stuffing. I may say that every facility is given to scabs and squatters parasites to have their names placed on the roll both in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

OBGANISATIOIf NOTIFICATIONS. Organisation notioes will be charged 3d. per line per insertion after May 1. CV0UAMPC of Membership has been lir- LAUnHnu U ranged between the following unions, all of whioh issue annual tickets at the uniform rate of 10s. (excepting the G.F.W.A., whioh is £1), and whioh together cover all Queensland: Associated Wobksbs Union, Charters Towers. Amaloimated Wobkbbb' UkxON, Hughenden, Longreaoh ana OharlevUie. FanBEATinn Labour Union, Brisbane. ~TQPtg gBPKBATKb WOBKEES' ASSOCIATION, Croydon. Bxohange Is being arranged with southern general labour unions, making one annual ticket oarrv members for a year all over the oontinent, Onion men everywhere, no matter what they may be working at. Advantages to unsettled workers: annual payment very small financial in established unions everywhere you go during the whole term of original tioket, receive weekly Woekse everywhere free of further charge, beoome organised in political movement tor^seoaring ; JuBtioe to th...

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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. ? New ZealaadHtailway employes want a weekly pay day. The Charters Towers Associated Workers' Union is getting ready for the The shopkeepers at Zeehan and Dun w i-LMV are oaciong the miners in cue ^tand against any out in wages. Sooth Australia has estabUsbed the eight hours for all porters,- -signalmen and ^oodwhe^empToyes in its railway service. Thjb N.S.W. Trades and Labour Council wired congratulations to the JLL.F. on the white labour victory at Bun daberg. — -Jos Millioan urges the employment of boy labour in the Charters Towers mines. 'Slave the boys and starve the men' is a good old profit-monger cry. The Hartley Vale (N.S.W.) Miners' Union has been dissolved and the funds sent partly to the Sunny Corner smelters and the rest to distressed Newcastle miners. The delusion that ' the object of the -Kanaka labour is-ftr-findr1 work for the -*hites»!!Jias_gpiasfarnorth as the Ravens wood Mining Journal. ? A public reception will be given to G. J. Hall, M.L.A....

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 June 1892

LABOUR m POLITICS. ? Tmtjyayton and Toowpssaba Wor kers' folWpsJ Aseociation is showing signs of aetiv*#^ Thb' BbcfaOl P.P.A. has appointed P. A. ^-'^M^ secretary, in plaoe of W. Kewley, traodj^ to^LongreaohT 6. A. KiqwAcm sajys tb*t early closing ffhonld be settled by Ipcal option .and the will of the majoriiy be upheld by shelaw. The Melbourne unemployed , want Trenwith to resign his position as leader of the Victorian P«rliamentarylAbour Party. A Mount Biggenden Labour meeting favours a Labour candidate in the Wide Bayand.Bnniett, :_ ? IiABOCBmen think that both Oowley and Little may be ousted from their elec torates on the White Australia ques tion. The Bundaberg Mail calls oneman one-vote a 'socialistic and damnable heresy.' Naturally it is— to would-be slave-holders. N.8.W. Laboch M.L.A. Fitzgerald, now in London, is supporting John Burns !O*» parliamentary candidatureigrJSatr. tersea. The Toombul W.P.O. has discussed the land-grab railway proposals and unani mously voted it t...

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