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A MANY-SIDED VIEW. A NAMELESS BUSHMAN WRITES; [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

A MANY-SIDED VIEW. A NAMKLKSH BUSHMAN AVBnfe : — Australia taa BOWorkoouBes ; they are TTOt^eeded. When » UMur^ettpaSw ut fighting -flueoe88fuUy-a#caia8fe-4iis -iaefc-he takes to the bush or the far away blocks, and what with the exposure ia the wet Eoasons aud the consumption of kill at - forty^yards nun (to drink wliioh riBiike swallowing alive cat and drawing it back by the tail—for it bites all the way down auu ouiittuutw bu vuo way MiH:&;t uo ouuu gets the horrora, or else hia niblanoholy and the monotony of the country help bu the fever, and then be troubles the census lists no more. A notch cut in a tree will mark the spot if he fell by the road side ; four posts and a sapling rail if on a station ; and if in some quiet and unfrequented place the laughing jackass will chirrup 1iir funeral anth- m, night and morning, over his dry and bleaching bones. Australia is the finest spot unnw the sun for the itinerant wanderer to make a speedy and untroubled .exjt^JWhen he leav...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

LABOUR iH POLiTiCS. Five hundred names susi^ected of being owned by haters of misgovermnent have been pinged f n m the Maryborough rolls. ? Trk Warwick . People's ? PolibicaL Organipatloa held a general and coinruittet* lueuting Jast wetk and kept thiuga on the move. Sydney lawyer Want is moving to Grifiilwraith the payment of members in -NJ3.W. — HowJaw^ters-do-obJBctjto taking £300 to be sure ! M'Ilwbaith a likeiy candidate for Bundaberg ! Perhaps so ; but the elec tions are tiot yet, aud much may happen ia the meantime. _ Syukev Truth has - published an apology to N.S.W. Labour M.L.A. Cotton re the libel suit, aud ptirt proprietor Crick, M.L.A., aud Inw editor, Nortuo, have beuu calling for colfee and putois aiucs. John Nicholson, U.Jf.S., Bundabeig, is on the Bundaberg and Musgrave rolls, ttttJ voted, it is stated, at eacij election. 'No Clerk of Petty Sessions shall while be holds such office be entitled to vote at any electiou. . . . If he does he is guilty of illegal practice...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WATER IS THE BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

WATBR IN THK BOKK. Take any squatters' paper up From Brisbane to Barcoo, Artesian water) and the bore Pervade it through and through. At balls and parties it's rehearsed In parlour, pub, und store, Oh, so-and-scte-a-lucky dog, ? There's water in his bore. A ifknlranvin nr eniiflt.tar tnnnfc In bush, or pub, or town, Who hasn't struck aiteaian yeb— He'll pass you with a frown. ? By his demeanour you will see His heart withTn is Bore, Yo«_sympathifle, ixwr wretch, with him, He's got an empty bore. ? ? The squatter frowns when up you ride And paes your ration bags, He looks as though he'd like to tear The blooming things to rags. But if you ask him for a job - He'll fume and rave and roar, He's doing nothing now at all r BuFputting down a bore. Or meet a ' lizard ' coming in ? To get bin w«ek'n t»upply, ? ; ? -j He wears a proud and mighty air And shows it in his eye. You mention that the day is hot j He'll move his head, no more ; You'd think he owned the blooming lot The station and ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Amalgamation of the "Worker" and the "Hummer." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

Amalgamation of the 'Worker' and the 'Hummer.' The business manager of the Woiiker, Frank Barnes, met Walter Head of the Wagga Hummer last'week in Sydney with a view to amalgamating the two papers i-»rflnara.tnrv to-tha initiation of tho more extended schemer foreshadowed at the con ference in Sydney a few weeks ago. It has been arranged to supply the Huminer with two page3 of general matter from the -AVbiMCBR— every— week, _the_fiditor_of_the Hummer supplying other two pages locally. The Huntnver has~consequeiitly been altered with the present ieBue from its original size to Workeh mze and will be known at present as 'The Wohker— N.S.W. edition, with which is incorporated the Wagga Hummer.' The trustee* of the \vohker aesire nere to piace on recora tne good feeling prevailing between the Queens land and the Southern men and the warm anticipation with which they believe the Southern men view the Worker's Labour paper extension idea. The Jull develop ment of the scheme, howovor, will...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

'f'~ '*' ? ? J t \ 'l . 1 bVampa'b— Drapery, Boots, Ac, at 80 per I -? ? feiirunaer luijriiaaid In town. Buslttnen 1 i& inspect before, purchftsiug elsewhere. ?_ ? , Arida, Union atoms, Hughenden^ _ I i£R. the People'* Baker, lens ggperimq ^ ? Ir^.iteltYereaanyygerBr^Bakery ;'»raM'H v: '-^-jstreeiirVBltBy. ? \~ ? --.-—. 1 L ' ? \_ UKART. Flinders Hotel, Hughenden. __ i_«kll : IM£SiT^ngUstiftP#otel,jau8-»aMden. 'Xhe 1 fe.. i:- . jove is a two-storey hotel; only one lowe.l lafe, ? Jjf' BagraoltettshtBunarexif public patronage. PSfe^iKERSl 8n»oke itiohwond Tobacco. RICH; |: V^ffi l8HF«»a 6ASHEL0 Brands, best in market. |^- ife1^ x Medal Brisbane Exhibition, ltfll. ¥-i: '*;i; ^WEIBELBasketmakertwholeeale and retail), — -^fff^lpErtTind EHzabetfa^treets. Jerambu^ latora, Cradles, Cbaira, &Q-, in stock. ? NEVTHOME and all the best makes of Sewing MaShineBatEeduoeaCashPrioeB or IHrne Payment (sent any part of the Colony). Genuine Needles, Oil, Shuttles, Fitting*, Paris tor a...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. _ Wednesday. August 31: Tozer answered a question relating to the dSfranchiBement of Beamen. Annear wanted to know, for Hyne, if a seaman whose jmme ia on _the electoral roll but jwhose oriy 'fixed abode^ is the ship on which he works and makes his home in.y diop his vote in the ballot _hox without Twine liable to gaoL Tozer, for Griffith, told the politically beheaded ?i uncrowned king' that maritime workers, like all other workers whose occupations force them from home or prevent them ever making a home, are not on the rolls, or if they were it was a mere accident and they would be renioved, as such electors are full up of misgovernment and by jyganiBation are bant on shutting dtHBILPn it at next election, the Government thus means to block at every turn. Of course what was quite plain throughout the farce it, being in fact in the swim as much as i5ickson, M^llwraith, Griffith or himself. The ctretrof^that crushing incubus, the Permanent Defence Force, and ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

ORGANISATION JOTICATI3NS. Charged^d. per Line per Inaertlon. EXCHANGE OF MEMBERSHIP bu been arranged t. batwt^n the iotlomng unions, all of which issue annual tickets at the uniform rate of 10s. (excepting the Gulf Federated Workers As sociation, which is £1), and which together cover all Queensland : Associated Wobebus Ukidn, Charters Towers. Associated Wobkb&s Umiov, Townsville. AKALOAUAtvo Wobkbrs' Uk.on, Hughenden, Longreaeh and CtmrleviUe. Associated Workbbs Union, Rockhomp ton. Fbdebated Labour Union, Brisbane. Gulf Fedbratsd WobebW Association, Croydon. — Ehcehattge-te-belag-arrangea with southern ? general labour unions, making one annul ticket carry members for a year all over the continent, onion men everywhere, no matter what they may be working At. Advantages to unsettled workers: annual payment very email, financial in established onions everywhere you go during the whole term of original ticket, receive weekjy Woman everywhere free of ? farther charge, become o...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK -. - -.gT ?? —»??-. ? .^- ? ._? ? The jingo ia having a right gcod time of it hereabouts of late. We read continually of military tournaments, of ban ~golT) quets to uie~^ainiral, of~^after BRAI'- DUUU l«tt in tU-i piVllluiiJ '_ WjLtlk the __Cojnmaudant. ad nauseam. Then the daUiesexpIalu to their readers that no .i..m natai hn (pit at t.lifl aimear^nne nf fchfl Union - -Jack-itowjuiiig — thV- hoadq«arter«- flagstaff. It simply signifies that the Lord High Jingo isn't asleep and may be ap proached with all the necessary tr^mulation and awe. All day long, too, one can now see poor miserable looking creatures clothed in the coarse garb of military servility dancing attendance on their strutting superiors, and thd afcernoon sun gleaius daily on drilling squadrons oliicered by ' first family ' scions with unsheathed swords, glinting above th« sward in the (Jov--rnment House Domain; Hand in glove with all this hnhibug, a harmless foreigner with a fad for- amateur pho...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL Wheoxmr corns begin to trouble ub we cat them. Sometimes we growl at our : ? bootmnfrfir into the bargain; and often add : 'It's going to rain.' {Society does much the same. For Society has corns, and the feet that tread the ages are always getting lammed into doom a size wu ouuu;. »™ now the political toeB are having an unusually bad time of it, and in Queens land the sufferer is forecasting ft perfect deluge. 'fWe fe?l the atmospheric depres sion; we watch the gathering clouds; we talk of the time when they will discharge their burden and leave us splashing about in the rising waters of a general election. Bv^etyone-lfl-maktag-ready^4hw?e never were such preparations before. It is Labour's chance, the chance of deliyerano* for which iFbas been waiting amidst the most flagrant prorogations with a patience that would have oeen hardly less than criminal if there had been no such hope in view. ? - * * * And apart from every thing 'else our very faith in the struggle...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR SONGS Thanksgiving Song. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 September 1892

LABOUR SONGS, Thanksgiving Song, For tbis and all thy blessings make oi truly thankful. * ~' D&iMcATBD to Pastor BUCHANAN. With a thousand a year just to snuffle and preach, ' He points out to workers thejin .of their / ways ; \y nen tne aevu unnaiia biwiu ue staoiaa in the breach, — And blocks tbe arch tempter— as long as it pays. Heil stand in the pulpit, aud snuffle and whine Tib a sin not to work when the wages ? are low. ? ? Work for six bob a week— if your tucker coBts nine, It will chasten your souls when you'r* called on to go. For the Lord has ordained it— he uttere the ? With the added insult of a crocodile tear ; And he snuffles some cant of the sweet J ? )by_and bye, ? = ? ' — A yir)-~it.Vift «?rr-SHflS Vib liRftrs wit;}i - V]j^ thousand a year. * * # It is lucky Old.Nick hasnio sUnding account — In the baukr-to -fall backony and ment~~ his will, ? Tor each parson would draw on his bou! the amount It is worth to Old Nick ; would he honour the bill, For the soul o...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Editor's letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

XditorVi letter Box. M. Wabd, Cairns; The Worker will not forget your'suggestion when the right time comes. Theodore Pbinglb, JEamhoj ? 'iour screed too lengthy for publication. Axiom : Mooh too complex ; be short and simple in future. Sooth Brooklyn : Your letter crowded out. Our figures takon from- — statistios of U.S. Bureau nf Tnritmtry

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADDRESSES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

ADDRESSES WANTED. Unclaimed letters are lying at the Workkh office for : W^jJones, Hughenden; A. Smythe, Hughenden; George Ellis. Please send addresses. The Editor asks* workers in all parts of the country to send scraps of news for publication. Personal experiences in the sheds, on the mines, or at sea are of ten of more general interest than those to whom they occur are apt to imagine.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

^£teiSSUEH)F~WORKaM ic fififi Guaranteed drcu- 4fi Ann Advertising Kates. {Five por centdiscountior payment in Advance, ) ? 1 insertion M-a, per line per insertion. 18 „ Mi. „ i, 26 „ /si. „ .. : Subscription Rates. SraoLE ScBscBrBEns, per year, post free . . 6s. Terms to unions, groups and newsagents on applioation. Remittances, Remittances to the Wobkke should be made whftee.4H?ssiblo in cheque, post office order or O»*s-)arnot§ payable to BufiineBB Manager. Stamps can; however, he se.it whore oiber form ot — i jaittanoeifi-in-Bay-wayilaeonveni&nt. ? Subscribers reativlng tbeir Woekbh with r blue mark through this paragraph will understand that Hie term of their subsoript on has One Mouth to run, after which date the vaper wilt be dis — oentinued-u«!e8B-tee-8ub8crip4iou is jrenewed. Auko.o, SuBSCRfPTioKB only received at the Wobkeu Office ; those requiring the paper for shorter periods must arrange with the nearest newsagent. ? : ? Newsagents and Run Boys ? in Brisbane and...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bogus Property Votes. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

Bogus Property Votes, How the Government doesn't touch the deep Beated corruption of roll-stuffing is evident from the purging that M.L.A. fllftswy gnvn the bogus property votes on the Bundamba roll last week. The regis trar oouldn't help upholding 50 out of 100 of his objections, and amougafc the names that had to go were those of Walter Syd ney ana urnnna oimcn (nowara ornitn «;, Morrow (Rankin and Morrow), Gribb TOFnjb~mirt Fuot), Kelk (Foster aud-ge1k)r Staffords (8), of Whitwood Colliery ; Fox ton, M.L.A.; Midson, contractor, and other Patriotic Leaguers whose hostility to Bundamba Glassey is bitter and pro nounced. To do thi« it has c rnt Glassey £30 and all the work entailed .by searching the records of the Real Troperty Office to see if there is really any property on paper in the names of those for whom the vote is claimed. It is also necessary after in' specbing the deeds to visit the district and to find out whether the trees are ring barked enough to entitle the owner to...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Word from the Formers. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

A Word from the Farmers. At a meeting of the Mount Bopple (Q.) Progress Association held on 31b£ August 'the following resolution was carried unani meusljL: ....:_ ' That a letter be | orwafHefr to Mr. W. bane expressing the sympathy of the members of . this association With him in bin noble ftnAMvnnr to band men toother as brethren waft Show by prectionl experienoe that men neea not neces sarily devour each other in order to live. The association referred to is composed of farmers who have united for mutaal pro tection and assistanoe. It is a cheering sign of f.ha tinn« t.Kat: faym&pg urefrMrinning to recognise jhaj-riwy *f» «^Hy ^gg. earners, that the cause of the worker is their cause, and that the degradation of labour includes their degradation. When once they unite with the workers politically such ft union will sweep away the capi talistic governments that lord it over farmer and labourer alike.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tozer on the Election's Act. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

Tozer on the Elections Act. — A deputation from ^he-Gentral-Gouneil of the Workers Political Organisations con sisting of Hincfccliffe, Hardacre, Bradford, and Reid, waited upon Tozer on Tuesday to unravel some of the windings of the Elections Act. Questioned as to an elec tor's chancre of Qualification from freehold. leasehold, or household to that of resi dential, Tozer said such change must be attested by a J,P.,-and-4f-that^rere done if;, would avoid the removal of any name from the roll. Removal notices don't require the intervention of a J.P. No swear is necessary ; a simple Mter notify ing removal is sufficient. In the matter of making claims, Tozer said that any J.P. refusing to attest would have his conduct inquired into and, if sufflcieut reasons were adduced, his name removed from the Com mission. It is competent for any peison to appear as the agent of another to sustain a claim or oppose an objection without a sworn affidavit. Instructions are being prepared for Elector...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GENERAL TOPICS. Freedom of Contract amongst Employers. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

GENERAL TOPICS. Freedom of Contract amonmt Mim ploy«rs. F. Hanson, secretary to the Queensland Employers Union, Pastoralists Union, and other capitalistic organisations, who has so much to eay for freedom of contract, the liberty of the subject, and everything else dear to the soul of the moneybags, sent the following letter to a Brisbane baker who didn't rise the price of bread $d. per 21b. loaf the moment the flour tax of less than half a farthing was imposed : Rule— 'That any master baker underselling the general trade shall be refused supplies of flour, either for cash or credit. Notification by the secretary of the Master Bakers' Association, duly authorised by his oommittee, shall be suf ~ftoleht proof of suoh underselling, and binding upon the party notified.' The Brisbane City and Suburban Master Bakers' Association, Courier Building, Queen street, Brisbane, August 81, 1892. To James Train, Esq., Grey street, South Brisbane.— Dear -8b?— U having been reported tame thatyouju-...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

^S#¥^iM The Queensland electoral rolls now contain chiefly the «am^i of nwrnwa of Bheep and mortgages— everybody else is '*? left?*' dead ' or~' disqualified/ The Boulia P.M.. whose notions of roll stuffing the Worker alluded to re cently, is suspended 'in oonsequenoe of serious charges being preferred against -him.' ? a Bundamba Glassey in response to an invitation from the Warwick People's Poli tical Association will visit Warwick shortly when the farmers will roll up in full force. The squatter candidate for the Mitohell (Q.) electorate and the banks is o. Cameron, of Kensington Downs. Crombie prefers to retire— without waiting for the declaration of the polL Warwick P.P.A. secretary Gaisford says ' It was quite refreshing to see so many men, of all countries and creeds, ex press approval of the great question of 'one-man-one-vote,'' at the last monthly meeting of ^he-organisation^ ? A (Q.) country paper says: 'It is a curse of the colony when the leaders of Parliament are repres...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

? SMOpfl— The Tagliaferro, the boat on which thn wameo'g wagco woro olaohod in Mol bourne is owned by the M 'Ilwraith family - of cormorants. The Defence Force specials who mas queraded in Sydney during the maritime strike ;oo8fc 37Q0G. How 'much ^to bank dudes increased the bill is not stated. The Tasmanian Democrat, a sturdy labour paper, is being turned into a co operative concern and .doing good service in the little island. Larrv Petrie, A.W.U. organiser, Syd ney, has given a gold ring to the Union Prisoners' Assistance Fund. Tickets. 6d. each, from M. Reid, Trades Hall, Bris bane. The N.S.W. Full Court refused to haul up the Bulletin for contempt of court for cartooning Abigail and the directors of smashed banks who -scooted on-tfae appear ance of the police. At Koppel Islands the waters of the Pacific «ive boundary fences,- and as,-there~ arft no hnnn-Wy ritfora «n» tko^ °h'nring is on the blackfellows are footsore with running in the bleaters. Pakkes says he is strongly oppo...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 17 September 1892

LABOUR OVER SEAS. ? Tat maaona— ^pftvierat-qucHTytaen-aBd- other stone chisellers, bowers and setters in Britain ate making for a big federation oHheir'tradea. . *? ? The British Seamen's Union cabled : 'Sorry no immediate assistance can be rendered Australian comrades in the strike forced by the shipping rings.' - The unionist miners who returned to work at the iron and coal mines, Tennessee, where a conflict recently took place over the use of convict labour, have again downed tools. ? T-flR London Conciliation Board claims to have settled several industrial disputes and had invitations to form boards in most 'of the centres of industry and commerce throughout the empire.' Chkshiuk (KiSgr) salt miners who were' out last week ana didn't stand meekly by while blacklegs were being used to eoo nomically cut their throats have resumed work at original rates. Tom Mann is a candidate for the sec retaryship of the British Trades Union Parliamentary Committee so long filled by Broadhurat —...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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