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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

Wffltff ISSUE OF -rW0BKEr Upplipation Bemtttanees to the Wobkeb 6hould lje maa»v abate possible to cheque, port office orfler «* TOCtal -Mteriayable to Frank J^nea, Stamps SSTliSSSrer. be sent where otor nwm 01 t«ndtfaH»oe4s4a»yw»»iS?onTeniei1*' ^ SuoscrlDers teoeiving their Wobkkb with a W06,1^?: Sronxh thiB paragraph wlU understand that fhetem T thTK-rfpt«-n has Ow Mown to run, after which date the paper will be jl*. continued nnlesB toe subscription ta.teJe'™h,(, Ammo, Bpbsoeiptiohb only re~lve'J!l S* Wosub Office; those wqmrtagthe papertor flborter periods must arrange jritfe Jh* nearesi newsagent. No waagents and Run Bqy» in Brisbane and suburbs can get extra -»£«»« the Wokkbb on Fridays and Saturdays at *»? Trades Hall, Turbot-fltreet. Friendl of the Labour Movement should— ^owa^. airsaiLa,.. » «**» — &xt tbsib Uhioks to OwufMn Controlled by the oo-operating unions. Editor elMted. Advocates Cause of Labour. Beoeives m^Tibufle from Capitalism than any otter paper in Aus...

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

SMOXHfO Thb Eiberidge Bospital admits mem bers of the G.F.W.A. on their onion tickets. SPKNCBis repeating his lectureon New Unionism in variouB .parts of N.S. W., in olading Sydney. Nominations for officeis of Gulf Fede rated Workers Association close July 30; eleotion September 3. The Malvern Hills bore is now down 8360ft., and tops the depths of artesian well sinking anywhere. Gulf Federated Workers Association secretary Bobarb has soooted through the Etheridge and put things right end up. Labibtouchb, Secretary of Railways (Vic), is retiring on £700 a year. Seven thousand Melbourne unemployed are starv ing on nothing a day. The Percy River branch, G.F.W.A., has run up a union hall, and Galloway Johnson, who struck the great patch, sub scribed half the cost. The Tyson v. Tyson divorce case, by which the law has been strained and dis torted for a rich man's ends aB only a millionaire's lelative could hope for, has -now— finally— dosed. — An— appeal to the Privy Council was talked o...

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

— THE THUTH ABOUT WOMEN. XVOH THB WAGGA Hummer: We 4o not know what Troth is. We, owtelves, as Olive Bhrainer «o ?weekly fteaohes an 'the Story of an AEriaao SShbo.' shall never see it to know it. But jmtriift mine, we know that Troth is, and *e taow of it also that Truth is One. By aao&BC,4h&tall truths are knit and inter frnft. fawwfl iht in one oomplete whole, which is UwiUHal Truth and in which thoro is ?ofeftMUfenote that jars. Wekoowthifl Smwuw 1» 48 impoBsible to ooapewre «rf ?WtHnnintir truths, beoause every iueluwt Of M» team, every fibre of «V fane* IHM sjimlininnt of our exirNuM, {VOtDPtB aadimpels and teaches us «u r*j«ot met) « sq«wfe»PftDd to compare a«4 fgtfeue ana-examine until we can strip tneial {mms Jrom antagonising appearanoos.and ~Mtt £n4 B»e oommon truth which aQex fSffpy faacJiBs '? ever fa' underneatti. llMpe reasoning, not onlj of the jfflifTTf arjart but as far as it/joesofth© tmMmfaea, » based upon ttttunffljrof XJiam , ft is a very necess...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BY STANDER'S NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK Those -whom Providence has afflicted with loss of reason nave always been re garded as entitled to the tolera Lirr him tiou of humane people. And down Griffith is giving so many indioa lightly. lions of madness that it is only ? right fat miapand judgment jipon some of his recent peculiarities. For ex -mnlA *kia lo.fa»f. whim nf liifl— tlmti lw in going to be assassinated by the Labour party— is so extraordinary that not even ' his warmest supporters take it seriously. The very daily papers have been apparently ashamed of it and have smoothed it over as much as possible. The thing indeed is ? so utterly absurd and ridiculous that it ia not worthy of denial by any Labour man ; nor is denial expected by any sane man on the other side. Tet Griffith apparently seems to think that Glassey carries a dagger in his snuffbox and that the Worker Board of Trustees will enclose a dynamite bomb in the paper he buys weekly, and that from morning till night and from night till...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. Griff[?] new accuses Gla[?] of Having Friends Who Talk Assassination. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 July 1892

m *e ah wsmam. Ing fMeada Wlie Talk Aw— motion. Thursday, June 23, opened op- with Griffith introducing a waste paper oon~ stitational bill, formally known M the Provincial Districts Bill, with 830 abuse* mapping out thron provincial amombHos ?nd a general parliament with £100 « year down as the new screw. The ClOO dodge is simply a shuffle of the oards by the wnu hj euuuro uie utuuur yny, mm u*» every trick tried the labour men spot it every time. A worker oan live on a hun dred a year and keep level headed all the time— and that's more than any of the ^thera oan do any part of the fame. And ? don't 1b» Griffith forget it * * * After the removal of the leper station from Dayman Island had been talked over enough to satisfy the Thursday bland electors of Hamilton that heWtable lor re-election on the alien labour lentoey tdol^a^^eSinaUDebteOwirtAoiltta Sfftfwiiig fill wf-H mtidft thft OTiifflr of the ? ; — - — f. ? .1 ? ? : ? 1 ? * ( * ?#'.??'? Glassey in fine form made * tOaar fast ...

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

RENDLE & DODOS, *«-?? '?'?ass: *^f dentists. ArUflol* 1 Teeth, complete sets from £6 AMI Material awn1 Workmanship Guaranteed. WATERPROOF WttgjgS Burgioal Instalment ana Cutlery Works (H. May, late .May A Dahl, manager), 160 IMwara ^uUtwewTQaeen and fcliaaoeth its., Brisbane. Cnnk'Q * JTATHWEP ?* lowest ourreni DUUfU) prfoes. Orders by poet carefully and promptly attended to. 'WorHngmatfs Paradise,' post free, to. 104. Aur bed Huetohkb, Bookseller. 65 Deiohhato't-staeet, Brisbane. 1 Ml LU it IRU . WSStooe Valley,' guaran tee* perfect fit. Baits from 60s. ? _ IlkllDKIlCTC 8M0KE Dimoh's Tobaccos, UNIUNIolb Side by tellow-anionUts from finest leaf only. Every sttok tagged Diibow. MAV Pi VI MP ft CO., Ann-et, Petrie'B MAa U. MNU Bight.' Produce Mer chants and General Commission Agents. ? Ct/CDV MAN bis own Shoemaker. AH mate tyttil riaJsobtotnabiwfroinT. Cot, Albert et., Brisbane. Try Cox's Shoe-mending oement. RAQk'FTQ * WICKERWORKof every desorfp DnONCIO tlon at reasonable pri...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

mil *t Ainu's— Drapery, Boots, Ac. at I BO per L.W under any boose In town. Bushmen Should iS^ ^eto» purchasing elwwhere. g. D. Asnu, Union Store*. Hughenden. MAHEfl. the People's ; Baker, sells superior Bread, delivered anywhere, at threepeuoe. Bakery; Brunswick-street, Valley, ? , ^ KUKART FukPbBB Hott-i., Hnghondep. kept, tiam -elicits bis share of pnblio patronage. WnflKFHS ! Smoke Rioumond Tobaooo. RICH ?B WaRFIELO *r*nff , b«*j to market. Silver Medal Brisbane Eadnbitton, 1891. ? 11 WrlflEi. Basketmaker (wholesale and De ri. tauV Albert and Elizabeth streets. Per anibolfttora, Cradles, Chaire^&c.Jn stock. HFEL8MAN. Eamllf, Carcass, ana TiMpping , B™4.-, Brunswiok-st., Bulimba.^Jnion 6t.. and O'Conriell Town. Families waited on for order* ana shipping oarefnlly attended to. PRIMELBEEF, Mutton, Veal, Pork and Small Goods. 'Corned Beef a speciality. Bnore, Brqnswick-street (east aud west). ? C00T8ALLERS. Boxers, Cricketers, Fishers, Ang l' lersiBinokers.-IaBpeotor write f...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR SONGS. THE MARCH OF FREEDOM. ONWARD! OUR MARCHING CRY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

— : ? 4ABJUfi^»l(JS. -^ I THK UABOB OF FBEKDOk. ONWABD J OTO MAHOHINO GET. Progroas, like a sweeping torrent, runs to meet the rising sun) Enowfcdge, like ApoUo% ardour, rends the _, vapours dim and dun, Flings the cloudlets from the heavens. „ robes the sky in azure blue, Clothes the *arthin *mUes_B»plendent «s Let the dead past lie behind us. Lo ! the jutur© stands before, : ? Holding in its hands a promise that shaU glontxthe shore. ^orwardrtlien7-tosreet ti»e sunshine that an. frS^S1' *PheK-'« on high : 'Onward !' be our motto ever— 'Onward 1' be our marching cry ! ' Though the path be rough and rugged, and tfie cross be hard tcTbeiir, *^' Hope will lLfhten with its balsam every burden that we share; * Though the fight be lone and weary, and [ .our oravest ohampions.folL o%2tySiir'njqufcffii*bebut«ip8 Let us struggle ' boldly forwMd. Imkad together hand in hand, B*™'? bravely— battling w fog our Bulienng motherland 1 ?? . =~ Onward, then, the dawn is breakimr. and 1 ? the hour o...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

OBGANISATWN NOTIFICATIONS. Organisation nottoes will hA rt^rgefl flfl. por Iteeperto«ertaojiagaFMayV '- °- «w».gt« FXfiHA WfiP ot Memberahlp has baen or | M*^^JJlVi f tanged between ihe io^irine _ Fkdeeaibd Xoboiib XJmton, BriBbane. Sg«M^ fcrT^r au ovWS ™S^ ^'S* ^TatataSfl unsetaea workers: annual nfcnrtnnt *Z*£12£,Jtf financial m ^t»WUfcefSffeSrffi2S £-S- SendlOa. lor a ticket to any tm**t Vk. flent, Vloe prefiident, Secretary. aaat^SswSl J™2- Election to talcs pltoeon SatartH 4Ha nOII s4BMBBRa are nnnmUi *i-n. i^i; MATES I'SiWSa*^.! Longreaoh distoSot must HWS^^a to W Kewley,«eoi»taryA.W,U.,^ttweaoh W. O. drawn. 8eo. O.D.C. S^enaen district must bradareWa to W O.Ourtifl.seoretary-A.W.UgHayhendm. X. Bieuimn, BBcreiary a. w.U., Charleville. ?,.„?, ? W. C. Ccetis. 8eo. O.D.Q. OW NM t0 th0 ?o*unlslng of unionists by ^-i*.'.. ,r, ,D?°am.B of thepaBtomHufa' ^i^hflrm bjfBieui, the following minute was passed ^bv tfia C.D.C. at a meeting heia on June 4th, 1^2-L cnarges without prejudice t...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EVENING HYMN IN THE HOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

EVENING HTMK IN THE HOVEtS. w0!!*6^^8??1 and then we reapit; thnibr^6 8°Mea «n»'» s we knead Others that eat are glad. In store they keep it, ? * Wmle we hunger outside with hearts like lead. Hallelujah! We hew the stone and saw it rear the city. OthewinnabitthereiirpiBMHflrwier- ? We have no thing to ask of them save pity, JNo answer do they give-but what they please. ? Hallelujah ! ? Id it for ovei, faOiw*. nay, and mothers, ? Thatwe^must toifaaa never knwTtha ^^ney m uat grind us dead here in tbe night! Hallelujah ! O we who bow, reap, faiead, shall we not — — — ««»—,- Have Btrength and pleasure of the food we make i ^ ife ' 1-Ufld| d6a- ahaU *' not ' ^t-aS£fWM th-f '» nave giv«» ^. HaUdajah! , ~-3FitaKcm Adamb.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REDUCING WAGES—I. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

REDUCING WAGES— I. Two years ago, when Organised Capita ? Bsaveommoncod its desperate attackg upon ? K'ew TJnioniem, wo wore told that wajgea were not in question. Not once, nor twice, » but over and over again, by the voice of the commercial press, by the handwriting of representative capitalists, the lips of a eubtervient government, in every capita listic utterance and by reiterated govern mental assertion, it was declared to us that Uie employing class had absolutely so desire or intention to cut wages. We were persistently asked to believe that the fight waged was a purely philanthropic one, that alHhe noble employer sought was to free his beloved wags-earners from the fetters of a wicked and -tyrannical unionism. In circulars, in letters, in manifestoes, in newspaper editorials, in speeches made by Griffith himself, by M'Dwraith, by Toner, by the whole pack of politicians ; in every tnamhin form and nhrftse of unnrlinn imrt assuranoe ; it was thrust upon the public that the em...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

W£BaY ISSUE Of 'WORKER;' lOjUUU I»Uon,over IU,UUU Advertising Bates. (Five per cent djaoonnt lor payment to advance^ 1 Insertion lOd. per line per insertion. ' » »-{? » --;:?:-»-?? iw „ oa. ,, n. , ? «... 82 „ 7d. „ ^-^?-h' ' Subscription Kates. BntoUE 8UB8CMBKB8, peryear, poet free .. 6s. Terms to unions, groups and newsagents on -application. Remittances. Eemittanoes to the Wobeer should be .made where possible in oheaue, poet office order or . postal note, payable to Fbank Babues. Stamps eab, however, be sent where other form of remitt&noe te in any way f nooavenient. Subscribers reoeiving their Wobkkb with a blue mark through this paragraph will understand that the term of their subscription has Om BCortb so ran, after which date the paper will be dis continued unless tne eubsoription is renewed. Anotml BuBScetPTioKs only received at the Wo&kbb Office ; those requiring the paper for Shorter periods must arrange with the nearest .. nesB&genl. ? ? - ? . ? N...

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MUCH TO THE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

MUCH TO THE POINT. The Wobkbr is a very ootspoken journal and «hould.teaoh the woridngmon a gw»

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

LABOUR OVER S£AS. , Chinese coolies are bejng imported wholesale into, German East Africa. _Z_ The result of the London building trades conference was to raise waires and shorten hours. Even the worm will turn. New York ? Morning Journal reporters llruck in ?» body reoently, over something or other % The Amalgamated Carpenters and oSi0618 °Pened ** new branches and added 3300 members to the rolls last year. St. Petersburg factories are Iareelv doing without chiH-labour since the en foroement of an eight hour day for minors Good for it. ? Thb Parisian undertaking business is in the hands of a chartered monooolv which clears £100,000 a year while its Jffhole plant is only worth £1,600,000. The cost of living in France is double what it was a 100 years ago;:. _ But Labour doesnt get double by a long way. The profitmonger reaps the advantage. ^A .GE!»IAN- colony has successfully Jffittled in Palestine and it js propose ^ torn German migration into Anatolia and Babylonia and to foupd a n...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Lottery v. Dummy Auction. LOGOS, ISISFORD, WRITES: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

Lottery Vt Dummy Auction. ttOftna THTSffORn. WRITES ! ? * .': If the cleverness of statesmanship ex hibited in a pressing time of ft country's financial weakness lies in the wholesale jobbery of the pick of State lands to capi talists, then Griffith and M'llwraith take the cake. When the working classes were unwanton and childish military display, and an impending drought, then the Go vernment plunged the pick of the fair western lands into the auotion mart with a reserve of only 10s. per acre. Land in the near future which will be coveted at 133 per acre. _ -? - ' ? No one attends these sales Jaut the big capitalists, not because the small capi tausts do not regard their worth in email areas and far. from markets, but as befo-e stated by losses accruing from circum stances over which they had no control. No doubt this giving away of the Aus tralian's glory will assist corner pegs in the matter of votes while slightly strengthen ing the Treasury funds. We tacitly admit the ounning o...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English View of Blackbirding. FROM THE London Star: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

— English View of BlgoMMrdlng. — FEOM THE London Star ? Nobody denies that the traffic Was up to the year 1885, as the Royal Commission abundantly proved, a horrible reproduction of every cruelty &n& outrage of the worst days of slavery. But it has been suggested and even stated, that after the BonS Com mission had 3one its work^and issued its report, ^the abusoa which had previouslv louoweain ttaewakeof the labour-oolleotinK ™wl« infflirtniieoiuj; tmujj. IUgu^ Ttions so stringent were, it is Argued; put mro force that, what with a rigid licensing Bjrstem and a sbrict Bupervision of the traffic by Government agents, it was im possible for the atrocities of vessels like the Hopeful to be repeated. How much more impossible mil it be, urge the defenders of the slave trade, for abuses to creep in now that the Queensland Government has made still more stnnerenfc tha r*«niiai^^«,,^._j__ which the traffic in its revived form will nave to be carried on. . . . Let us give eve...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CAPITALIST OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

rTHB-CAPITAHST— OF-TBS-JOTURE. ThaWoBKKB ie smartly written and humor onsly bat appropriately illustrated; and wetroBt it is simply entering on a career of great useful ness for the capitalist of the future — the work ing man and woman.— Wairarapa Star. EABNBST SYMPATHY. Tbe Wobkbb iB tastefully crot ud. and the articles are ably written while the extract matter is of the choicest description. The ob ject aimed at is a high one and has the earnest sympathy of all philanthropic minds the world ovet.—Inangahua Times. IMPBOVEMBNT ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE. To improve the Worker in quality would be almost an impossibility.— 8. A. -Pioneer. ? THIB LIVE LITTLE JOURNAL. xne w orker ib one ot tne most vigor ously written papers in Australia, and withal it iB without any of the objectionable features which sometimes characterise papers holding advanced views on social questions. There is ample room for this live little journal, and we hope that its -straightforward and trenchant dealing with existin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

' workbb' sdbbcbiptiok : 6s. Yearly, PATABLE IN ADVANOK. Ooly Annual Subscriptions taken 6t Wobkeb Office. For shorter periods apply to nearest news _. Agent. ? BPEOUIi BATES AEBAIfaKD FOB MEMBE&S OF UNIONS APPtYDJG _ __THEQOGH THEIR BEOBHTABY. ^SjMp^TT.irtTT. 1NTEBFKPEN0B ' WJTffTHE l ' - jpEWVEBT OF THB ' WOBKKB' ? ttSUSPBOTSD ? . . jrra BUSINESS MANAGES SHOULD 'H& BE NOTIFIED SO THAT PAPFBS CAN BE SENT . ? ?_ nr ? ' BEGIBTKBED PACKAGE. WIBE OB WHITE.

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Grifflowraith Tyranny in Bundaberg. FROM MR. W. A. ROWLAND, BUNDABERG[?] [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

Grifflewraitk Tyranny in Bundaberg. FBOM ME. W. A. ROWLAND, BCKDABBIKBir^, ? The current topic of conversation in town to day among those who take an interest in poli tics was a telegram in the Star announcing that the name of Mr. Samuel Bowe had been re moved from the Commission of the Peaoe. Mr. Bowe is a man who has been prominently con nected with the Labour Party and did much to seoure the return of Mr. Hall at the recent by election, i nave no more leaning towards jut. Bowe than any other man, but I for one intend entering my protest against such an injustice aB that meted out to turn beoause he dared to differ from thoBe at present in power. I con sider it ib a right down disgrace that be should be the viotim of such punishment. It is a most wretched and contemptible thing to do, to say 'the least of it. Had he sacrificed his principles and followed the man who has evidently struok him off all would have been right. It is under stood that many attempts were made some years ag...

Publication Title: Worker
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LUCINDA SHARPE IN DEFENCE. Is Vaccination a Good Thing or Isn't It? [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 July 1892

LUCINDA SHARPE IN DEFENCE. Is Vacdniitton * Gooft Thing or Iflnt It? I'm so accustomed to being rounded on that I've quite gut to be dissatisfied if I ilun't get tuaded against as most shock ingly improper every time I donate my thoughts on things in general to my fellow creatures. I don't* generally take any notice of such nonsense though, because you eee they are really oompllments— for the abuse of a fool can t very well be any thing else if his approbation iB an insult, oj if. iisiin.llv ia fai t.hinlrinir nnnnlB — and catuplimeiits, '...don'o you know, while of course we ail like 'em and go out of our way to get 'em, musn't be noticed by thoue who ape -the -cold hauteur which is con sidered -the inodeuof modes by the whole lot of us. So' when I geca latter callings me a ' shameless hussy,- as I did once, or one calling on me to keep my 'atheistic claws' off the notion that if omy-you were married it didn't matter whether you loved r-r nnh, f-r_ one telling me thatTd better stay...

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