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No title [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

The haltryeTiTlyTHeeting ot=tte%ieeHslaScn 4^boureraM[JiHoni3assed^rheartyAKjte^f-tbAfl^^ to the Meteor Dojsuis sh^r11^ far their fidelity towards the cause^4abourM. the ^Meteor Downs stoike^ and also Logan ©owns and Wolfaug, The vote was weTTdeserved. The bushmen kicked heavily against the proposed acceptance of advertisements by the W-M$Kfi» trustees. -Belegate4Jeid returned from Barcaldine fully convinced that it^ -wouldn't '^ee^*^n^the~fercoorand^he ^labourers' haH. wariy^meettiig bluntly 'imhontieed-that if the Wobker wanted more money they'd put up, but they wouldn't have any 'advs' in their paper. tt isn't necessary to remark that this settles it, Maryborough capitaliBts are playing that the Burrurn miners' 5 per cent, rise is going to kill the Burrum coal trade, and was a put-up Job of Brisbane rivals. ' Next ! ___.-? — — ^w^-Qym^lc-TwwsJtB tlift nfttpflJLMii3flji_ thafc4whiM the labour y aviator' h a gw^JL, labouf-movement against industrial injustice, The black labour cabi...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NONUNION WOOL DIFFICULTY. Balance Sheet, May 1890. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE NON-UNION WOOL DIFFICULTY. Balance Sheet, May 1890. ? — Receipts. ~ £ s. d. To Barcoo District Council v .- 620 Ovfl Brisbane District Council .- 70 0 0 * Charleviile Carriers -.—--????-. ~ ~15 0,0 605 0 0 ? . ?? ,. Expenditure, * ? . £ s. d. £ s. d. By Cables .. ? -.81 9 8. __ JTelegrams ??-.'.-- .. ^ 87.Jfi_5 ? Delegates' Expenses .. .v 70-19 6 -, Vigilance Committee, Salaries 44 8 0 Rent, Gaiety Theatre . . ^fjJt-O— — — ? Cab Wa,te&^^_jj^_^-~--~~r?^HfiriF~~ — — JJewspapeTi^^TT'^ . . .. 4-8-8 Address to W.Gi Spence .. 7 10 0 - . B.I., and Q.A. Company, Coaatwioo Fteight — Jou= ? 1 ? ~'- ' - ? - -.-- . daryanlWooL . . . .. 75 0 -0 Printing .. ... ?? .. 19 0 0 Stamps, Stationery, &c. ... 2 4°11 ; JL Advertising 'T. . .. ... 119 T) Band - -. .,. ,. .. $ 0 0 \ - — -4— ? ^-8L4 12 2 Cash in Q.N._BAhk_ .... 283 8 0 - Cash in Hand .. .. ._. JBJ19 10 .'???[ —, ? 290 7 10 :_ . _^,_ : ' . ~- . — ? 605 oo - — Tfie^payraent of ej^n^e^-^cuiH'ed^ff^connection^ -with— ttie— :J...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORKING ACCOUNT RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

--?— ? -?Jffc&KING ACCOUH3L ,j ? ? j^ Eeceipts. £ s: d. *£ s. d. To Initiation Fees ? 106 0 0 Bales and Subscriptions . . 335 19 _7 ? Sales an^nSubscriiitions, out- ( j ^^ standing T. .. ., 70 0 2 ? ? ,.-.-.-.-._-;:::_jLv__. — .— ..—.: ^^^'Srir .9 l ^SunTaSylpSrees .. ~. ? ? i* ~JJJL2 10 ' Propaganda FundM .. ., , . ( 7.6 11 ? '';.-?' ' -/^_- ~ ?' ? i_i_j21 19 6 Expenditure. By Wages ';. ., ,. .. ' 103 16 8 Bgntur .. 7. .. ? .. -7 -4 © - — £apet ? .. .. WO 9 __ Machining and Printing . . ' . ? 45 10 A Cheque Book anlcTBanlrEfr^'7 ~ -^ Change . . .. \ -...; ~ l'1fi—8 #0.) ., -.. ..... 11 7 6 ^Balance ..r ? - 292 16 0 521 19 6

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "WORKER" NEWSPAPER TRUST. Balance Sheet for Three Months ending May 31st, 1890. LIABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE 'WORKER' NEWSPAPER TRUST. Balance Sheet for Three MontliB ending — ? — — =^- ? May 31gt, 1800. ? \ ' Liabilities. - ' - -£~s. d. -To Balance, ,. .. .. 77' ? 292 iff 0~ S—^T^^ ~4 292 16 0 — — — Assets. » ?* By Plant .. ^^ lrn^^_ ? 103 6 '3__ Amounts due on account of !~~ ,. 'I » sundry debtors .-. .. 70~fl— 2r~ ? Cash in hand -^ ? :- : -?-?.. 119 9 7 --__-—---- _^___ j : ? 292 16 0

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THE "WORKER" BOOK FUND. Balance Sheet, May 31st, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

Z^__tHE 'WORKER' BOOK PGND. =^^^_-JiJiJ^aiM3eISh^et1^Bg8lBt^ ? — jjecei|iia (Oabh iu littiud) . . ~#. ' ~ '-r~lo]~6

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "WORKER" PROPAGANDA FUND. Balance Sheet, May 31st, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE 'WORKEE' PROPAGANDA FUND. Balance Sheet, May 81st, 1890. Receipts (Paid to Woukee Tius- , ' ' to«L,;'-'' ' «?-?'« 7 6 11

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EDITORS ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

~€DIMS ANNOUNCEMENT Friends will greatly oblige by sending to thejSditor, Wokkjsb Office, Wharf -street, Brfetmne, any crisp, ? hriet^jghi^-or-nthp.rwiRP int,pre.Kting notes OR Queens- ' land or other Australian labour matters Contributors of these notes, or of yarns, paragraphs, poetry or other— tnatter, mu6t not mind if it is necessary to-ftmend, — condense or reject; they may ielyJ&n the best being done that can be done. j1 ? — - ~ ? ?

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CHRIST AND THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

CHRIST AND THE CHURCHES. iU«M3hristro4irn^^ ancl see W How the men, my brethren, TjelieWTnln^' He passed not again through the gate of birth, ~ But made himself known~to thftchildran of earth. ,_ Then said the 'Chief Priests and Rulers and Kiners. . . . ? ' Ji BehoW, now, the Giver of all good thingsi Go to ; let us welcome with pomp and state Him who -alone is mighty and great !' With carpets of gold the ground they spread Where ver^he_Bon^Manshould^tg^4r^— And in palace chambers lofty and rare t — They lodged Him and served Him with kingly . ?.??fare.- - * '? - . '' ? ' Great organs surged through arches dim Their- jubilant floods in praise of Him, ' ^nd in -3hurelfeH^^aliab^nd Judgment Hall He saw His image high over all ! But still wherever His steps-they led The Lord in sorrow bent down ma head ; And from under the heavy foundation stones The Son of Mary heard bitter groans I And in Church and Palace and Judgment Hall He marked great fissures that rent the wall, And opened wide...

Publication Title: Worker
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List to the Bugle! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

Listto the Bugle! ' List to the bugle ! The battle is raging. The drum is unmuffled. The fife's sounding ^ 'clean ' ' ? -; ,? t^— ? -^i_j= Fierce though the war that the unions are waging, — ^PheHfow ia retreating, the i victory's near. ? - . ?? ~_ Every day's dawning a new tale is telling $ _ The people's uprising the war cry has spread— A war cry ne'er sounded when fighting was plunder, The waj*ory^3f_brothers jiUJighting for bread. List thee,;ye tyrants ! AllEui^wsiip-cheering ; Anstralia is r^ady to answer the call, „ ? To fight forthe child a fondlnother4s-rearing, To fight for the bread God-intended for all. Weicom%_new day^-w4tlryiy^amT£i«AlLwjayjngJ-^ The toilers shall yet reap the fields they have,. ... sbwrij - ? ' ' ' ? ' , _ -— ?? — When Liberty's' feet Austral seas shall be .._ laving, When plenty shall brighten the want-saddened home. , ? i Tambo, Q. '— T;-Br-- 1 - . ^

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"WORKER" BOOKS AT COST. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

'WORKER^BQQKS AT COST. It isjiardly good enough to know that such and such a book is goodTryou canJt get hold of it, not even though .wlthin_a few hundred miles it is selling for a shilling and you have several of them to spare. ' . , ' Co-operation on sound business lines will solve ^he^difficMlty^ — It-is not possifele4ust yet for the workers to get up^for themselves the *' travelling free library' which the~Bob»tcraw^ is always 1 urging the Government to start, but they cap chip in their sixpences and shillings on a j 'Book j*und' to be invested, as capital, in isheajr and popular books,— these H© H hp--'snpplipf1 by mail Tin ftMy^ address upon j receipt of the cost price as announced in the I Wobkek. By such an arrangement-it would si-eedily be jjossible to send ' Looking Back ward, ' * * Go-operative Commonwealth, ' George's j 'iJogl^^^tory of au African Farm ' and^nnu^— i Tn^fabte~other-soiind, fascinating and eleyating_J ~toote1bo^reTFlmders^tth©- JVIaraiioa or Coo£ 1 town pr...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

Ghapteb X. ???' If lam going 4o explain pur way of shop ping to you, said my companion as we ^walked along the street, 'jwuaiHisl explain yuui1 way to me. I have 'n'Bverr'ibee^Llable to understano it from all I have read on the subject. For example,, when you had such a vast number of -shows, each with_its_different assortment, how could a lady ever settle upon any purchase « till ~fl she liad visited all the shops? Forj until she fl hjad,-she could ^not kndw what there was to/fl eiioose from.' , - H '^ They really could not visit all, of course,1 1 H replied/ *Those who did a' good deal of buying ? learned in time where they might expect to find 'mm what they wanted^ ' This class had 'made a H science of the specialities of the shops and S bougfatat advantage, always getting the mO^'H arid^best for the least motiey. It required^faov*'S eyejvJong-experiencaiffl^^uireJhij^noM^i H Those who were too busy, or bought toolittle ^ H gain it, took their chances and were generally un; H for...

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CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

^HAJfiHS^goiasWia^ The readers of this book never having^practr cally known any other arrangement, nor perhaps very carefully considered the historical accounts of former epochs In which a very different system prevailedij cannot be expected to appreciate the stupor of amazement into which Dr. Leete's aimnl a -sfr.n.ff»mftnf. nlun&fttl me. - ., ' You see,' he said, smiling, 'that it is not merely that we have no money to pay wages m, but, as I fiflH, w«v-hw,y« nothing at all answering to your idea of wages.' ^ By this time . IJhad^ pulled myself together sufficiently to voice some ot the criticisms which, man of-^ae_4iineteenth century as I was, came uj^nnost i*1 .5*y. SMn4»iuppn misJto^e^feuncU ~ing arrangement. 'Some men do twfe-the work of others !' I exclaimed. 'Are the elever workmen content with a plan that ranks them with the indifferent?' « We leaveno possible ground for any com — plaint of injustij^^nreplipa^IHrLeete, ' by re quiringrp^^yHche same^lneasure-of^ervice...

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A WOMAN OF THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

k WflfflAf OT THE PEOPtt^ By GEORGE JACKSON. 'The coach will start for the coast-iii kaifan ijonrr^ys-neariy- i-iutu to koff. Good-bye, Mary^4&n't_fret» my dear old girl, for HI be back itra1 few^mbnthsi — perhaps sooner, if the new- field should turn oufc-a-^^fer^^-T^^ — ~ Hugginglris handsome young wifjfiri his arms and pressing not one but a doaen kisses on her lips', Bui Berkley turned to ^atch up his swag' and take aTareweinooKltf the littkbaTl^hump^: _4niAvhieh4ie-and lri«^f«4^driJa^seau~arcQu[5e of — 'Here7^Bul^ you're a nice father indeed to-run off Jike|thia without kissing baby. I-4on't be lieve yoii care for the child a bit.' ? .— - ? Mrs.7ito*kley spoke half saucily, half banter ingly, for she had noticed that her husband V eyes were misty an$ his manner nervous, _so_she determined to put 'as~good-a -face on the leave taking as possible,' though, if the truth \^ere known, she was wishmg-ia-her heart there was _no such thing as gold in existence if it wastoJae the...

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MACROSSAN AS A LABOUR REFORMER. His Factories and Shops Bill Utterly Worthless. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

MAGROSSAH AS A LABOUR REFORMER. \ — His Factories and Shops Bill Utterly Worthless. It was not to be expected} that -the present squatter government, any^ inbre than the late corner allotment government, would be worth — _a_great deal as reformers of unjust labour condi tions. Practically, JVIacrossan's Bill isn't worth the paper it'' is printed onT Mflr-.rnssn.n's hill is simulv a renrint from a' Victorian Act passed six years ago — six years is I aiLJge^JioiKaaay^^HBaidjrfiieh— is— alr^ady_jjthB__^:i subjects of ,. Amendment Bills. , Moreover, I Macrossan . has deliberately struck out aosneof I the most important clauses of the Victorian Act I in the interest of the nigger-drivers and profit- I grinders of ^ wie employing class. For instance, I fie has left out entirely the clause providing for I sitting accommodation being provided in shops, 1 a point which common humanity and the crudest I physiological' knowledge should show him to be 1 most imperative. r~ .. 1 The bill as laid...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RAILWAYMEN'S REVOLT: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE RAILWAYMEN^ RBfDLTr In New Zealand the Government railway em- „ ployes have had to threaten to strike before they -could secure redress of^numerous undeniable grievances. In Queensland things are in some* ^wtedr^imilar /»hape, for the attempt of the -rail- — wtfv commissioners to carry matters with a high . hand over compulsory insurance has, only been stayed by such_ ominous tlireajbs that even Par lianwnt is alaruied and the ministerial majority ^Jiv^edv1--^^-F^er^on Inovement, at tms'' «r4tieal^netore,^a^appaTently^ti*uc5c^h — waymen and branch after branch is suggesting^, affiliation with the A.L.F. . . . Nwttett^the-question t of compulsory insur ance has been. Tnade a point of contention be tween the railwaymen and the commissioners it is hard to understand how there can be any compromise about it if the men have in them the usual independence and determination of workers of tneir class. So long as the 'cx-m* pulsion ' point was not raised ; so long as insiir- ' ancej»ras_...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. Morehead has started a Lien Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

IN THE WflBKERJORUL Morehead has started a Lien Bill. Twos. Rice, of Mitchell, Maranoa, writes compiainingly that the ballot-papers on the questi6tt-of the r-emoval-of the Shearers' TJnien ofliee to Longreach niusj^Jie in the secretary's hands by November 1st and urging that as the Maranoa, Darling Downs- and other districts won't start shearing till November and late in December that therefore the removal question : Hshauld be postjxmed till the annual meeting of ?' ~ 11891, The writer claims that this is only com mon fairness to the men in the above districts who should have as big_a__say in the_mattor as; tlieif~Western friends and adds that *' from the DarlingpDowns to Blackall is longreach enougljt.' The pica that the irregularity of mail delivery, owing to the floods, has prevented hun dreds from hearing-^anytfamg^aUout tlietriaB^ will ; doubtless be j considered by the Q.S.U. officials. The Imperial— Government won't ^4et Western Austral!^ control her own immigration. Now, wh...

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CENTRAL QUEENSLAND LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

CENTRAL QUEENSLAND LABOURERS. The half-yearly meeting1 of the Queensland Labourer Union was held at Barealdine on June 5th. James Smith presided over about $5 dele -gates-and others whodeeided to admit the press and later on chose P. M'Lachlaii as organiser for the Thompson and Lower Bareoar district out ^fthre^ipmineBR for the jfoitiflp^: ? -^-=r— Besides alludirig to well-known events the re port expressed confidence that by the end of ~I89D~tteTe'wptildiKj 5500 ffieinbersijirtiTe roirasT -^jmpa^^wth^06(tat^hejelosefl&4^89i--OeGrge- _Taylor, Wffl^Jjay, John JMeelian ^-ancU^lee Forrester were organising for the union under the control of the Barcoo District T Council, ° A.L.K., Taylor in new country on the, TSLS.W. , t-owter7 Meehan through Wintpn, Hughenden- and the Flinders, Forrester in new country on the S, A. border and Gay on Peak Downs, where great difficulties were encounteredi The Thompson aiiAJjower Barcoo Jteereialso t0 j?e di^anisear~!PfaeTialf -year's subscript...

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THE "WORKER" CALENDAR. From May 28th to June 28th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE 'WORKER' CALENDAR. From May 28th to June 28th, 1890. May. 20. — Strike of Sydney^u^tej^__trimintirs -^nd-45»r«ssers7i3mnifi^^a7^i^ union_terms. . ?, 1 ' Cliaffey Bros., Mildura,- -yielded eniployes — demands_;-iattcrrcfu9cd to1 rGguTiW~\vtk'k anT less all hands were taken back. May 30.— Wellington (N.Z.) tramway pro})rie — tors— declined to^give ,aicieased 'wages Mm shorter hours. May. 31. — Melbourne ^tailors decided to ^form outdoor tailors' society so as to suppress ^MV'miangri^zrzzz ? ^L' ' ? '~ ? June L— - Brisbane Barmeir*s~7!4^so^rionT e^?fc^ -Jished.-— —~ — ^— — --— — t- — ? — ? ^TuNl^^Ma&s meettiig Gaiety Theatre^Bri^ baue,~in. supi-ort of bootmakers' strike, Re solved to boycott all non-.unionJirms. June 3.— First meeting Charters Towers Shop Assistants' Union. ~ ^ -June 4^— Motjkwearmouth(N.S.W.) miners re sumed worfe; r~ Adelaide Gas Company's employes asked/ shorter hours, more pay and overtiHJe''T:=^'v' (jreneral Servants lllnion inaugurated' Jit Charters T...

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"Hear Both Sides!" [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

^rHeaar3otlrSides1l'7 rzzj^^^tmJJ^a-MffHlim^Th^irmg of iirimi» j^ranfcOiEEo^^ country tod civilisation. Particularly is this applicable to male immigrants. Thfey, are en gaged at ridiculously low wages by to© small farmers: then in three or four_weeks, when anounerpnipiui uumca, t»iw?y »*« »« luiwiwigwi under some pretext or other. Then they are sent by free papers up to Barcaldine bv rail, from there turned loose on the district to live on charity. I think employers should be compiled to engage those men for twelve months at a fair rate of-wages. The farmers get their work done or nothing during the whole^rear. It'sTKrwon der there is constant crying out for marc immi grants. ? ? . ? J. M*G. Tktr fliiitK fob povertv :— The labour struggle ^refleete^i^edi^onlflia leading meiLgiigaged inlt~ but ?unforfrmm'Hy ** i« «?{? presgnft MnStiepr to _ Tjupcrfieial redress of grjpyannfia. : If success is to be' attained the leaders must go deeper— as there * no cure forearcjer butLdeeiLcutting,...

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

THE 'WORKER' MAIi BAG. 1 ^CgrEespondents will please write on one side of the paper only. Comments, suggestions, theories or any ~ofller~Tnatter intended for the 'Hear Both^Sides' xsolumn should oe as short and devoid of superfluities — as^ possible. Correspondents who do not desire to run ' the ristof black-listing by having their signatures at tached to anti-capitalistic ideas should use a nomde — plume, enclosing their eWn-aaaaes— for— tfae-editor^a- satisf action solely. Where no nom-de-plume is used, the initiate only of the name attached will be inserted unless express permission to use the full name is given, -frflycry worker should feel that he can use the columns of his own paper, subject to unavoidable edi torial supervision, without fear aiid without favour.

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