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THE EDITORIAL MILL [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 June 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL The inflowing of Chinese over the north west border is a very apt illustration of the utter impossibility of keeping one part of the continent piebald and the, rest white; labour can be confined to one phase of in dustry. Either the whole continent must bewhite or it must all be loft to the white, ntoe, Th\a ia *^a pwhlpm in front of every mm and each one can answer it as he wilL * * * SS» Xkurter ie desperately anxious to point oat to its limited but influential audi enoettlftt fte overthrow of the Government in the ootnln? general election means the £alUn*flf frightful evils upon poor Queens land, lint and foremost of which it pute— what would you think?— the release of the tfninn Prmpners and the Btoppage of fee -Black, Labour~ttamc. ~ft-J8-straage tu&t these vwry uariauu «*ultB of-5ne-Iown— fall of tile Crriffl twraith administration— both of which results would have the sym mtby of the vast majority of the people of fitooolbny— should be regarded as ^...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 June 1892

HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. -—Xfa-^MBdayrJune 16, alter Drake got . through with thewlonriny^-fnofltage and ? duty stamps and the way OjMnapk tiea everything up in a governmental knot, and had made a big bid for a parliamentary unuutuuw woica vnu&en opuusea «oa whioh Drake-then withdrew; Gannon, lor those who are behind him, rehashed the motion to stop LUley sitting alone in eoott ? or chwnbers when nis eon acts as counsel. As the M'llwraith-Palmer mortgage oase is still on this was shunted to July 3L ? r Ik » * Then the talk on the land-grab railway scheme tor providing syndicates with the opportunity of capturing any land of value that's left in the oountry came on asain. Donaldson extended himself to his fall hitighh Amuwafc tha Mil ttniA fofjwfm^fafjjfi ? from Perkins, Griffith, Stevenson, Anvmr and the rest. Morejhead followed for the bill and played the bagpipes in the abteooe of M'Hwraith for afl they ware worth, Sayjera asabut; Palmer, Littla, Pattiion, and Black fw with...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Blackbirding in Western Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 June 1892

Blackbirding in Western Queensland. Information from Boulia shows that blackbirding is not confined to the South Sea Islands. The press, with its usual fairness, is suppressing the matter as much as possible, but the Labour members in the House will see that the matter isn't quite burked. It appears from wires received by the Worker that a domesticated aboriginal woman went down to the creek with her 10 year old daughter, when the girl was forcibly kidnapped, in spite of her struggles and her mother's screams and resistance, by an aristocratic station mana- ger. The woman, fortunately, was domes- ticated enough to have friends who started the police on the trail of the kidnappers in spite of objections loudly expressed by 'sympathisers' with this popular game. Finally the kidnappers were run down at the head of Sulieman Creek. The girl was a pitiable sight and had been tied to trees at night. Edwin De Satge, manager of Rochdale station, and Wm Mills were arrested and have been commi...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BY THE CAMP FIRE. III. AGITATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

- *; urn ?? -i,- ? ?'? BtXStmAXAWAY. m. AGXTATOB& ^Chrlstis the Patron qfH^e-Kocial agita tor. No, my shocked religions Jriend, this iB not-tsa^ptaffiy=^^^ to come on earth ajgajn to-day and preach his grand socialistic creed of hunabn equality and fraternity He woidd b« deemea'a' blasphemer aa he was in tho old 4ays, a Waspnemer againBt the earth's gi^tgoda^didc^Mainmon. 'In what,' property hoWer^extaaim, 'In what dcsB ? or —resemble Christ?' Even in as much, my friend, as Beter did, his hot blood mi strong love mounting to bis bead* he drew the sword and lopped off the soldier's ear in the garden of Gethesemane. That was not OhristV teaching and yet I doubt not there were men who took ad vantage of the offence of the disciple to stigmatise ag^bteodthire^ — ? — TfflB GBEED Of THE UABTEB. Exists there a creed aor a party, so docile, so trained, so environed by its leader's principles, that some members will not stray for afield and aot as individuals to the detriment of thei...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

wwto'9r'UTO(s A RUt'UBmUNmt *6a. per week' is wanted in Sydney. Who offers? The Broken Hill arndterp have struck a levy of U. per quarter for the hospital. . . . . . Be the discharges, it western manager informed Organier Hastie that he would have given some of them 'better tickets than others.' The N.S.W. free selectors oonferenoed at Wagga last Tuesday. They're not satis fied with theTandTaws or with their ad ministration either. The Bourke A.S.TT. thinks that no branch secretary should be general secretary also ; and has also approved of the proposed Accident and Funeral Fund. Victorian railway employees are in for a day's wages fast to relieve the unem ployed who are starving in «£ midst of boundless wealth. A Lithgow man writing from West.. Australia says the place Is boosted all to. pieces. ' Wages are only seven * bob.' for nine hours, while board is one pound five * week. ' And men out of work wholesale. It's fully tune the Sydney Govern ment Labour Bureau was nailed up. It'...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Doings Out West. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

Doings Out West. FBOH OBGANBEB M. VAXMSQ : I wish to give you a little information about those supposed troubles at East Darr. You saw the aooounts ii the papers. They were all a tissue of lies. I called there a few days after. All the shearers were inoensed at the notices in the papers. The mess tables were not rushed by travel lers, for as soon as the agreement was signed. all travellers were ordered to dear7* out by the manager, who threatened to have them arrested if they refused. Nearly all left at once,, although it was pouring rain at the tune. In the middle of the night two police and the overseer oame to the shearers' hut, struck matches, and examined all the men and ordered to clear out several travellers who had sought shelter there from the rain. The following day the manager, Bunning, and police went along close to the main road and made a lot of men who were camped there pull down their tents and go away in the rain under penalty of arrest. TMb, mind you, alongside of ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Freedom of Contract" on the Wharves [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

^V-»doinctf Contract- on the Wharves The priabane steamship owners last week I gavit natice jo their men of reduction in'the I rate for overtime work from double time :l to 4mbs and a-half, «%& Briebane Wharf i^ooorere ^ulon odnSidowd tbf Wfttter«| ; a special meeting and resolved ttiaonoSm* pension of work should take plaoe until the . following resolution had been acted on : That toe secretary oommnnioate with the mwoafets of Messrs. HCwartt Smith & Sons and Che AlUJMT. Company, askfag them to meet the representatlvea of tbe Bociety in oontarenoC with a view to anange a board of arbitration for the purpose of considering the question. The companies replied to this reasonable resolution as follows ; ? ; Sir,— Tour letter is now before us bearing date 97th inst. intimating that at a special meet fag palled by yonr floofetj thay faqnwit ya to meet yoar representatives in conference relative to the redaofion we have made in the rate of my for overtime. We oannot recogn...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAW AND ORDER—LATEST STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

LAW AND ORDER— LATEST STYLE. GRIFFLBWEAITH : ' Keep away from th\ polling booth, yoy scoundrelly Labour voter t Nobody votes now but those who arc 'known1 to Patriotic League J.P's. TU Hop your political fdneiet, quick.'

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

LABOUR OVER SEAS. The British Shipping Federationspent over £69,000 last year in«miiKSn|»eBom of contract and cutting wipes. The London Doeke»* Union last an nual report shows4|pjt iteration isgreatly extending; al/lp thft Labour inpouticsis to have a good *how. Evidenob -before the British Labour - Cominisaion has it that ther§ are 15.000 bus and tramway empipfees % London, and 150,000 altogether in Great Britain. The British Miners federation is manifestoing mining electorates to down all would-be M.P.'s who are-not up to a compulsory eight hour mining bilL Vaughan, who -suooeeded Manning at Westminster— and who got a whisper to let labour and politics alone, has been told aloud that it is all right. But Vaughan isn't a Manning and is never likely to be. Norfolk agricultural labourers made a move for 13s. a week, and the farmers gave 18b. to blackleg fishermen for a few weeks till they could cut both downtoJla^ These are the sort of men who eing ' Rule Britannia.' The British Hous...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Prepared for Every Emergency. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

Prepared for Every Emergency. Whitdey King, secretary of the N.S.W. pastoraliBts, sends a copy of a letter written by him to the Hawke't Say (N.Z.) Pott, in reply to an article recently reproduced in the Worker. This article called, upon N.Z. shearers not to play the squatter's game by going over -to-Australia to shear non-union aa they were apparently invited to do by the pastoralists. King explains -that any arrangomonts for importing black^ legs— he doesn't call them blacklegs of course— was made ' provisionally' through out all the colonies and that in a letter to the 'Free Association of Employers and Employes of Hawke's Bay' he said: 'In making these provisional arrangements I may say that I have not the least appre hension that it will be necessary to carry them out for there is very little fear of any trouble arising thiB season. It is necessary, however, to be prepared for every emergency.' His advertisement in N.Z. papers for shearers, he says, was in serted 'in reply to n...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
UNEMPLOYED IN MAORILAND. premier Ballanca's Account of How Be Deals with Them. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

— ^HPIHJByflHH-W^IUimr— Premier Ballaaoe!s Aoootmt of How Be Deals With Tbem. premier Ballance, of N.Z., has written to IJab6uFM.L.A. Winter, of Victoria, the following aeoount of his cabinet's attempt to solve the unemployed question. Bis letter shows that although he never wept crocodile tears over ' Wealth and Want ' gallanoe doesn't pin his whole faith, as Griffith does, on cutting wages. Anyway this is what he writes: ? The3tireau of Industries was founded by the New Zealand Government in June, 1891, for the purpose of controlling the movements of labour, by ascertaining the localities in which workmen were too numerous, and forwarding them to places where their presence was required. For this purpose 200 agencies were established, for economical reasons the agents being selected from officers already in the Go^ vernment service, incriirfhe dounEry~ais tricts the duties g»*nerally being allotted to sergeants of police and local constables, as these officers are thoroughly acqua...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LUCINDA SHARPE ON VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

LUCItiDA SHARPE OK VACCWAnOH. I mind onoa, when I was quite a small girl, having a wart on my finger. I did so hate that wart— they are mean things to look at, you know, even for small girls— that I. asked every mortal body I knew how to get rid of it. I asked the butcher and the baker and the man who came .for grocery orders and the old' fellow who used to give lollies to the one who could skip the tnnati timAa .nil ilia awmi1«m.h MLn »Mt-3 oranges and had a newspaper ' ran.' They all told me something or other, sure cures every one of them, and I've forgotten the lot excepting the faith cure. — This faith oure was donated to me, free of charge, as a most extraordinary mark of confidence and eateem by an old coloured man, Anglice negro, whose profession was that of whitewasher, chimney sweep and bottle-picker. I can recollect as though it were only the day before yesterday the solemn wag of the head with which he told me that the 'charm' never failed if you 4mly believed -enough an...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

ORGANISATION NOTIflCATIONS. Organisation notioes will be charged 8d. per line per insertion after May L CYPUAWPP 0( Membership has been ar CAUrinnuL ranged between the following unions, all of whioh issue annual tickets at the uniform rate of 10s. (excepting the O.F.W.A., j whioh is £1), and whioh together cover all Queensland: Associated Wobkbbs Union, Charters Towers, Associated Wobebbs Union, Townsnlle. Amaiaauatbd Wo&ksbs* UkiON, Haghenden, Longreach and CharleviUe. Fzdkhated Lwouk Union, Brisbane. ? ''' Got* Federated Wobkbks' Association, Croydpn. ? _ ? Exchange is being arranged with southern general labour unions, making one annual tiefcet-eerry members for a year all over the oontinent, union men everywhere, no matter what they may be working at Advantages to nneettled workers: annual payment very small financial in established unions everywhere you go during tha whole term of original ticket, ? reoetve weekly Wobkeb everywhere free of further charge, become organis...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

? *? WOBKEB' 8UB80EIPTI0N : ? 5a, Yearly, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Only Atttirad Subscriptions taken at Wobkek Office. For shorter periods apply to nearest news agent. 8PKCIAL BATES ABEANGED FOB MRliBEBB OF UNIONS APPLYING THBO0GH THEIB SECRETARY. jWITHTOB ????--- ? --.???- t»oirranrorTHz'woumn X8BCSPB0TED TBBi B08INB8S MANAGES ?SOTOD ~'~ BE NOWSTKD ? , BO THAT PAPSBS OAH BB MJfX ,-r ^r ??' ? MateTraBDPAOKACll. WIBBOB-WBITB.

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LOYAL TO THE WORKING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

LOYAL TO THE WOBKINQ CLASS. ^~^'JWOTK3B-«ad!B right loyally to the mgEHsBmSmm

Publication Title: Worker
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LABOUR IN PULITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

LABOUR IN POLITICS. Griffith is to be assassinated— he says so himself. Next ! Griffith's reply to the Centennial Hall meeting resolutions was of the usual injured innooent variety. The new S.A. Cabinet promises to stand by White Australia and to shake up the property qualification for Legislative Conned elections. A branch of the Australian Socialist League has been opened at Broken HilL Nationalisation of mines and other things socialistic were strongly talked. The N.S.W. patriotic league offers £25 as a prize for an essay on Ial3 settlement ' with theleast possible injury to existing rights.' That is to say, for a way to help the robbed which won't touch the robber. Last Saturday night's open air meet ing, corner of Queen and Wharf Streets, was capitally attended in epite of the cold. Bowman, Wright, Bradford, Hinuhcliffe, ft'^ PEq»y kapfr things warm. ? Sechetabt G. Mungovan says Glaseey and Ryan might run through Croydon and see that everything is still white. Hodg kinson can s...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

'WORKER' ADVERTISING HATES. \ 1 insertion lOd. per line per insertion. '- J? ' S3' ' » I 26 ,, 8d. „ 52 ,: 7d. ;: (BHve per cent discount for payment in advance ) I 1 R linn Guaranteed Circu. i n nrm I OjUUU latloD, over 1 Q , U(JQ j LJAVP your Watches & Clocks AMTUfHlV MAY t repaired by T. J. AN I HUNY BRUNSWICR-aTttEET, VALLEY. HW£I(?£L, BaBkelmaker (wholesale and re~ , tail), 'Aibert*nd Elizabeth streote. Per- \ ambulators, Oradles, Chairs, $p., to stock. ? _WfflW_J51ELMN« OFF!!! ''^ 1 late LESLIE & CQ.'S 8Wkpt AT I T. J. WHITE & CO.'S OPPOSITE BOGGO-ROAD STANLEY-ST. -g' 8EE THE P81CE8 1 SEE THE Gffflns t ^. UnUyLniLO. retail at wholesale prices for cash only. J. J. Lehake, Stanley-street. RHQJ-J WORKERS! Good wearing Boots and UUOI I Shoes. Send your orders. Joseph Frakkb, Grindery Store, Woolloongabba. MAHER, the People's Baker, sells superior Bread, delivered anywhere, at threepence Bakery: Bruugwi^k-street, V-aOeyi ? -^— ? WINKWORTH^ELLIOTT^ar6 Family ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGAINST AGGRESSION AND GREED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

AGAINST AGGRESSION AND GREED. The Worker is an honest and commend able effort to represent ^the interests of the wa^e-earners on, we think we are right in Baying, an-econoraier~BOt-a -class, basis. That it is essentially the working man's organ is true, but its dominant intention seems to be to keep steadily before the public a clear exposition of the righto of labour in its relationship to the things which owe their efficient productiveness to the exwruisB-of a ro-ope|ativu sympathy bw tween manu^andmenWtoiL plus °H-itaL Will iB llMMMJiHillM^

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 30TH 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

fiGpftL HEWS SWMA8Y. (sen Abb wbbc ekow* ton Mm. 1892.) AvMbiDoMi auction Government land ssfe. June 28; 888,000 acres knaoked dowli at upset price. N.S.W.Ag^eultural Society's thud annual flfcsUMBa^tt isho fl,A- ^j^yftfny-sy^^ vbftv Ottly — w tlBiinamen have struck the Queens like fish on iWtfsA, Sir H*rr* A«k]s*bSL speaker N.Z. Legis lativ© po^l, said he'd got hb' march Iiigoftey^dtedJaoe^. James Marty committed for trial at Bunda-' beiKJo7bfeaoh of the Elections Act. Enouffn vain at Broken -Hill to last for two yean, if stored. Protest against treatment of Russian Jews sent by the W./i. House ot ±£epresenta~ tives ; retained by the Ccar. ^kover Olevebnd nominated Democratic - eattdidkteJor the0.S. presidency ; more plutocratic republteauism. lioodon money lenders are rounding on Melboame oireotdrs of broken Mercan tfloBankttiatorany. Estate of J. ?. Mteish and Co., Too woomba, Boma and Charleville to be ? wound up in liquidation. Von Bulow, German musician andoom ' poser, died Ju...

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The March of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

The March of Freedom. Freedom's day is breaking, lighting up the eastern sky, See the bright foretelling glimmer -of the sunlight by and by, See the light of coming gladness chase the shadows and the pain That are oast by vile oppression like a foul O'er the lives of workers battling on the battlefield of life, Every day the same old battle, every hour _engpged in strife. Now they'll fight a nobler battle, marching onward in the right, Sturdy offspring of oppression are the glorious sons of light. Listen to that murmur rising hoarsely in the north, Tis the voice of giant Labour in the justice of his wrath, Shouting, ' Onward ! brothers, onward ! It is coming ; see the dawn Of freedom for your children, and for chil dren yet unborn. And the cry is freely echoedo'er Australia^ sunny plainB ; In the West the elnves have caught it— 'bove the clanking of their chains Sounds the battle cry of ' Onward ! ever 'onward in the right.' Sturdy offspring of oppression are the glorious sons of li...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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