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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

To Members of Co-operating Unions. — seci-etary unless other instractiotis are received tBasagh-yat. Any member of any co-operating , union desiring his Woekee eent direct will please ^torward hk private address through his eecre Agents of the *Queenslatid Sheardrs* and bundles of Woekebs are informed that the - papers are sent under instructions from their secretaries tot firm distribution to mwbprs of the union only. I ToJ^legates j^dCbatrmen of Shed __ tees of the -Worker by^ notifying, through the B^r^tmp^r^^mvrj^^mli^e wewties— — — — ; — — (a) To what address Wokkers may be sent to reach members of your union ? _^ ? promptly and surety. (b) What number df Wokkers are required at each of the addresses you send. The above information must be sent period - ically, so that each of your members may obtain with certainty the patter tor which he has paid and to which he is entitled. =^ ?-?? — .' Should any member of either union desire his paper for warded to any particular union agen...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. July, 1890. THE FEDERATION CONCILIATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

4THE WORKERS MXM^EHJLY^JQSADEE. July, 1890. : . -. THE FEOEflATlUN CONCILIATION SCHEME. The Brisbane District Council of the Australian Labour Fetlel^tion has f6nnulatednEor~tHe ap-. proval of its,, unions the Conciliation Scheme' which appears on another page.. If approved, as iOhoiild~iie~unan«»ously, it will be recom mended to the General Council, which meets on , August 1, as a basis for united action. Not only tlieTBnsi3an^-nituonSj~l3uf~airtho unions now gathered into our r great^TederatRm, together with the bodies still remaining outside,- jsfopLukL discuss Ihejiroposal thoroughiy^and at once. It — is^e^H^^ractteal-sehem^^or -rendering ~per^ — eistent sj^tring-rmnecessary ever laiiMyefore a sufficienM^epresem%HroT3ody^otTinioTK-^Ti^4j^ lias the advantage of appearing at a time when Capitalism is more than ordinarily dfsposed_±Q ._ -jujinit that XabpurJias some rights. - — ? ' ? ? Jt ? #__——=* ? - ? '-—- ? — - A word of warning to the easy-going ! To hear Capitalism talk at th...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOARD OF TRUSTEES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Subsoription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

BOARD OF TRUSTEES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Subscription Bates* Co-operative Socnmiasy _. ?-. . - ~™ — and :_' [ Per Member per month Id. Contributing Societies } — Pinole Subscribers, per year. : ? ^ ? ^—. — . . 2/ Bingle Subscribers, per copy - ? 3d. Clubbing Bates. £ s. Six Annual Subscriptions (sent In together) . . — 0 10 Thirteen Annual Subscriptions (sent in to gether) :. .... .. ... .. --.—-=4—1'. Nineteen Annual Subscriptions (sent in to gether) ? '.._.. ?-.. .. 110 - — Twenty-six A«NCA£-8uBSG&omoNS (serit4n-to^ ? - gether) .. .. ... . ., .. » .. 2 0 Vittnovement BtunUd get up clubs among non-co-operating^ workers. They can make wages at it $f they want to, or can get afevtrftw copies far tliemselves by, mU means for - free distribution. /gents' Rates. Per DoBen (no returns) . ._ ,. . . .. 2s. 3d. Terms* Invariably Casb in Advance. ? Newsagents and others are informed that all credit - — business must be clone through Messrs. Gordon and Gotch. ? _ _zii^: ? ^L'l ? Remittances ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

'^SlfflMT - The coward in the conflict - ' Gives up at first defeat ; . If once repulsed, his courage- — -—^—. r _ Lies shattered atliis feet ; The^bra^heartsins^iie-battlep ===^^qBecauso7^tIiroug'h thiek-aadHshiar^ He'll not give up as ? He fights, and %hts to win. In order to assist the ** Workingmen's Parliamentary Representative. Association ' in' compiling certain statistics, the Queensland Labourers' Union has decided that its members shall send in^rraccount of their earnings during 189(L They will also have to tmrofiHin the association, antjLto get their nairies on electoral forms. That's business— only till the residence qualification is abolished most bushnlen will be ? » scrutinized '^off. Sure/! The Sydney wharf labourersLiiiffleulty ~ ms amatter ^whichTVould never liave come to ~ anything1 if the shi)x)wnera had not imagined that there was a split between the workers ashore and the workers afloat. The owners iirobably _^BKl»ected also that the pretty close division on th...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PLAIN THOUGHTS FOR PLAIN THINKERS. How " Home-work" Brings the Wage earner to Degradation. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

PLAIN THOUGHTS fOR PLAIN TINKERS. How *' Home-work ' Brings tlie Wage ? . . . earner to Degradation* _ Ihe Telegraph ..laughed I at the idea of ' sweat ing;' existing Jn the Brisbane shoe trade and fioniifll'n'tgftftftnyjRyinn ^iiomo work.'- Theltov. Chas7~Kjngsley could, forty years ago, for thus he describes in 'Alton Locke ' the start of the infamous styp.a.titig' system-; ? — ? — =-— ? Those who read mysfcory^mlyTor amusement, I advise to skip-this i'' chapter;- Those, on~'fc1ie other hand, whVreally wish to ascertain what Workin^mfin_jrg{i.^y dn suffer— t' Sf^—^^0^*'- their political discontent Jias_^oiLits_noots,aiot— merely in ^aiieifulambitionyHafut in misery and slavery most real anci agonising— those ii^ whose eyes the accounts of a system, or rather barbaric absence of all system, which involves starvation, nakedness, prostitution, and long, imprisonment in dungeons worse thanjbhe cells of the Inquisi tion^ ,'will_be4-»v^teTwith something at -least of tragic interest, may...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LUCINDA SHARPE ON "DOMESTICS". [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

LUCINDA SHARPt OH ' DOMESTICS.' ITp^a^ Charters Towers they have got a Domestic 'Servants1 Union and not one single' minute before they needed it. For as I've re marked over and over again the way servant girls ^are treated is shameful and the women who once jvere servant-girls themselves are often the ones to do it. One would think 'to see the life the girls are often expected, to live that nobody -HaaginecL them toiJiave feelings and thoughts like other peoples. ---It--should be the happiest of lives, their housework life, and if is among the -most irritating and miserable because half the world doesn't know how the other half lives. We're such a very philanthropic people, you know. Ther^ is a man paid to go xouna arrest ing, like thieves, .poor bus-xirivers, whose em ployers make them take out horses with sore shoulders, pther pious gentlemen collect sub scriptions to I save the Polynesian soul with and. to have whajt Beemsrtojme from all accouii^ns' real picnic^doing it. There a...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE "SLATE" PROPOSAL. The Brisbane District Council Take Action re Conciliation. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

THE-^SUTF1 PROPOSAL. The Brisbane District Council Take Action reconciliation. __ On Tuesday, J^me 17, the Brisbane District Council, A.Tj.F., adopted the following 'slate' scheme which had been proposed and submitted ^by-a-Gommittee a|^omted^^3ensi4er-the-qtiesir-— tion of^conciliation; — ' ^ Whereas it. is desirable, for the sake of indiiR. trial peace and for the best interests of both em^ — I ployed and employer, that the conditions of 1 labouring should blTconsidered in a conciliatory | manner by fully representative bodjes an-l per* 1 manently settled for a given ^eriodTsy the mutual I adjustment-of-differences, it is-therefore resolved - I by the Brisbane^istmt^ounpiiijfJhg^Auitra^^^ lian Labour Federation that ^ne^ollowing~3raSF| scheme for such conciliation be submitted to its I affiliated unions for their approval with a ^iew I to its being recommenced to the General Council I as a basis for joint federal action : — ? il 1. That prior to 1st January, 1891, every union (I -...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

- ? -—~% -7-' ' - ifflEBTINgS^ ? __.. ? _1= ? Brisbane District Council, AJJP.— Marl, time Hall, Every Tuesday. Sec, Albert Hinch ? clifle, Q.T.A, Booms^: ? _ ______ _____!__ Queensland Typographical Association.— Q.T.A. Room, Kent's Buildings, Adelaide-street, ~^zi_ Brisbaner^HB^ard tneetingr-seeond— Saturday 4n - ?month; July 12. Sec, Albert- Hinchcliffe. Too woomba Branch : Sec., J. R. Nolan. Maryborough l- Branch : Sec., Robti Gardner. Rockhampton Branch: Sec, P. A. M'Lachlan. Charters Towers Branch: Sec, W. G. Bo wden, Q.U.B.LJP. Society.— Q.T.A, Rooms, Brisbane. Every Monday, ^,.-=_=_^..:_ {General Labourers' Union*— Brisbane. Mari / time Hall. Alternate ^ondaysi July^rSt; — Acting ' :~t^geni Sec, F. J. Bevan. ? Trades Hall Board of Management.— Bris- . bane. Q.T.A. Room, Alternate Tuesdays; July 1 1, 16, 29. Painters' Society.- Brisbane. JJ-TA^Room. Al ^rnateTueadays; July8, 22. Plumbers' and Gasntters' Society, -Brisbane. Q.T.A. Room. Alternate Thursdays; May 8,17,81. Queens...

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BOOKS WELL WORTH READING. Karl Marx-Father of Modern Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

B00KS:WELL WORTH READINC. Karl Marx -Father of Modern Socialism. Karl Marx is the father of modern Socialism that is to say he is the man Who in his famous work ' Das Capital" first systematized into the nationalization of land and machinery the pre viously crude theories that somehow or other every man must get what he produces in order ciple that 'interest is usury and usury is robbery' and propounds in scientific and con- ~ vincing method the economic truths which now begin to win recognition throughout the civilized world. For we workers are all Socialists   nowadays, though some of us are so ignorant that we don't know it. We follow Marx in the contention that Labour's rightful share of Pro   duction is all.       But Marx is a recondite, writer, a man who reaspns algebraically and with pitiless disregard for the dryness of mathematical demonstration. He only completed two ont of an intended great three -volume wo...

Publication Title: Worker
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 July 1890

jacEWinfij— 1 Unionists must keep their eye on Parliament. The Assembly should represent the^ieople and doesn't \ it should seek the welfare of the people and doesn't ; it should have the confidence of the jrcople and hasn't. For, as constituted, Parlia ment represents only the employing classes, the workers having only Bundanba Glassey to advo oate i their cause. The list of the Gtiyenimettt ._jneasnres ^aten^ciSi^hiF^ession ^hbws- what ia thought of the workers. There is only June in which thejraTe^considered — a Factories and Shops Bill, whipninay ^-r may not be of much good -^at^epjji3alin^.im_itB^Blau$es. ~AIT,the others are mere capitalistic measures and one, nominally tor the reform-of-the Legislative Council, is a —direct hit at the labour organisations, for the elective J*jipper .house' will be made -by the; l)roj]©rty. qualification vote into an employing chamber pure and 8Jmple_and will be established as such by law if thismeatmre passesr ~~ ~ Yet what innumerable needs t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

Printed ana Published by David A. Cummino for the Boatd of Trustees of the W&rker at the 'Wobkeb Office, Raff-street, Brisbane.

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LOOKING BACKWARD. 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

444JK1NC lOtCPCAJU) .^ ._. 2000-1881. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. BY - „ EDWARD BELLAMY, _ ~ Author of- ' Miss Ludington's Sister, ' ' Dr. Heidenoff's Process,'''*' A-Nantuc)c-3t Idyl,' &c. ~SUMMAH¥1OF PEEV1OUH CHAFTERH7— A Bosifoi^college professor in the y-jar 2000 sets out to write, tor the mformalion_of^the enlightened people of that age, a noveT comparing their iWfeet mtlaStnal~ organisation with the inisevabie snuggle between Labour -i_nd CfoiMt&Lgoing on in frhfe year 1887 from which epoch heTiaa1, by extraordinary circumstaiices, Z surviyed7-~Att»r a mesnferlc'slBep|' ot H8 years^ Inr wakes, ^Gradually it Is provedrte 4njn that he is in the new Boston and, his new friend? explain the social conditions which rule' in the new' civilisation.

Publication Title: Worker
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SMYTH ON CLASSEY. A Typical Liberal Abuses Labour Representation. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

^a»*«^Sir A Typical Liberal Abuses IiabourRenre seutatton. ~ ? Aye! ajb^]^him,-day-by-dayi- ??.-.' , __ 'He's but one, your numbers sti'ong^ Say your foul, insulting say, Bp'it your venom, falsehoDd^jvrong ! ? ^_- - ffeTirsm^ft-lmiided there, ? '' . -^ITighting 'gainst tlifi-greatest odds, '???-, You are many, you may dare, Lash him with your satire's rods L As the Jews in olden time Mocked the propliet, mock you him ! ' ' .- Revel in unmanly crime ! TeaKJnm, rend him, -limb from limb! Yetthe Je^s were scattered far When their dastard deed wag_done ;— - __Such shall' be youriStCTeFsliare '?? ''? 15re your recreant race be run i See ! Behind the man you smite ? _: ? 1. — _ Looms the cause of humankind ; l*owerlesB w all your might T\wi in 'fetters^'^ll4o-bind.' - As you sow, mo sliatl you reap. As the seed the harvest is. It is. growing as you -sleep. — , The present's yours, the futiire his. - . ' | Stewards false-! The public trust ? ^ovHiavejaithlessiy betrayed. . You will meet a ...

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THe World' Marseillaise. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

The World* Marseillaise. Loud in terror uried the people, '* France ir 1 doomed! Our causer is lost V1—^ 1 jjarkness, chaos, freimied madness of'arpeqjp^.Jij ' passion~tossed— - - . -'Austria comes ! the king has sold us slaves to Austria T-Death-or-chains. - _ . j Austria comes. — Arm's !^ arms ! — O, Nation!' _- „ But -jonfusion otily reigns ; j Hark! a hefro voice has spoken, 'Whoushall ^ (jive me arms and~men, sixhiundi^dr^Butlin^ j who know how to 'die.' '' ] And they maEch,_^;rim, stern and -silent, to the ! help of France enslaved. _] They can dkr but will not waver. France from - ! tyrants must be saved. ] Once again the wail's resoundingt-r-hear a needy \ people cry, \ JjOE-iipuftiiig.-^3r ffal vfytitin ^Jap men who know howtodia_ ' v See the workers,' despeTater«tarving, huddled in 'i ,',_ i their filthy dens y ~~^~' i See the weak-eved, sickly children, haggard women, haraeiied men ; _. J ? I Seethe idiot-heir of millions fawned on by the ; good and great ; ? And the robb...

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LUCINDA SHARPE ON WORKING-CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

IBCISDA 5fl««1)E^^pf«C*eHILflREH: Somehow when I think of the little children I just want to cry. Theyare so 'pitifully -helpless and we can dpnyith '. them just a,bout~l\*hat^ye liReandi yet I'm so sure that we don't often do iwhat is right, not the best of us,-not even with iour own, while as for other people's children -we: ^eemHb&Aookrat them h,k HOTnairv -weeds and orilv notice them wlrerrth^y aunoy^^iBr^This isn t~ right, isit ? TT isn't what ^Fesus did, perhaps because Jesus had more of thef..heart-of a little child than anybody else we hear of commonly. There are children and children, of course. Some ^Beem^^^^orn-^with^iilold on our heart string's and others to be born in iniquity and to be Irving proof s of the doctrine of original sin. It can't very well be otherwise when they are , imly what we make them and when the little life in them is only an extract uf the net part-of^out-j liyes, we being soaked with selfishness and what L is worse, so loaded down with alL...

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THE "WORKER" DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

m'^MB0MML= Societies in all parts of Queensland are requested to make use of this c'olmnir for 'jtlie announcement of their general and Kyioijil meetings, secretaries' ad^ dresses^ gopi.-tl -gatherhj j?!jJ_-jU-jetion : of_flB^ers and ^ similar TnTormatiorfrTSTiMnbers should see that tUe~ -? rc-)uewii i.s ros)-omlrfd to. — Ui,i-cuuuyv mid cjABtwlae societies i particularly. requested^ .recharge. \ -_ — *L '.'?''? ? a ?' . ? - - . -' - - - ?

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ORGANISING THE EMPLOYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

48CAHIS1NG THE JUPIOPS. JThe following Letter was circulated ajuoiigthe various- ?employers' unions in the colony by the ~' Queensland Employers' Association .early in July:— - : ; ~ '* We are-djr^seted by thG^members^ oL Jhe Qno(;nslniid Kmjiln^^j-s-' Association to forward you the accompanying parcel of drajft rules: of ail :EnTOloy©rs! 4J«ion : which it^s-proposed-iio establish in the colony of Queensland. 'From rule 5 you .will soe that it is proposed to establish this union on a bftsiis tha^wiltT5BF able it to embrace every association of employ _ers and capitalists, including planters' nnmns,, chambers of commerce, &f$, that are at present inrexistence, or likely to l^^taWiKiied4n-this_ cojofly^ By this ineans the phole of the capital - invested in the various tisanes, industries, &c^' will Jae^iederated uttdefr 'io^a ispmj[}rehensive uniojij, enabling it to prasent a united front to the Labour— J£ederatiQhv wliiclMs making audi_ rapid headway among the /employ...

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

~^~7 - MEETINGS. - .-?? ' '??? — j: .Brisbane District Council, ~A,X,.F.— Mari- time Hall/ Every* Tuesday. Sec, Albert Hineh clii?o, Q.T.A;, Rooms. -?'. ~ ....??'? Queensland Typographical Association. ?-4'T.A. Jiodtii,-K-snes Jluildings, Adelaide-street, _. , Brisbane. Board- 'meeting, second'Saturday In — . montfc — ^See,,t ; Albert Hinchcliflte. - Taovyoomba »?? Bmijchf*'Sec.J ? J. E. Nolan. Maryborough. Branch: See,, Robfc. Gardner, r Rockhamwton -Branch: Seo., P. A:* APLaclifon. :. Charters' Towers ,. -Bwiuch: See,,^, G. Rpj^deh. ^ ;. ?'- ' Q.U.B.L.P. Society.^Q.T.A. .? Roonrs, Brisbane. j^ ...Every Monday. /Y. ;:' -*. , ??-??^ .-.'', General Labourers' Untoi.'— Brisbane. Marl . time Bvaii ? Alternate Monflays'i Aftgasfe4,18. _Act^ * :A- ^u)po»iH«e-J£aH^ Branch Sec.,.Bainuel Hurst* :' ' Trades Hail Board t-f Management. iBri^ imne.* -Q.iVAv iLipojn.* ^Alternate Tttesday^^AugtistV ?: — m,m-- . .;;. ' ~---^— ^7;——': — -??** ?-? * - ' r Z l*lllnt»r|?^feiety.=Bri8barie/ Q.t.A. Rodr...

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Editor's Plebiscite Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

Editor's Plebiscite Returns. Our^association lias given its__op^nion_oi^the_ WoSKMa^SUowsY—Tire paper is just what me have always wanted and the editof has shown that lie is not afraid *to-sneak,pr'*atherwrit^|iig mind |4aifily,and honewy^andthat^iongagtoj continues iij that gmoveU would be hard to fiBff^ a better pian to take, hiis place. I may state that the Wobkeb has gained us more than one member for our jagsojgtation. When a. m4 ::gito^^iadsJti;^^rtt-must make^rtnr Ml mean. ? -^-L—i ? ? : — ' z= — -m William Cbosble, __?.-_ ? Sec, Raveriswood Branch, A.M.A. ? — T4jeX^.^rA. unanimously resolved at it^'fatU'-fl yearly meeting ; ** That -$his meeting ejepres^s ? confidence in the tjditor of the WORKER and to ? association is desirous that his /services should be ? j)erinanently retained.' ??*'.. x ^ ^ '': ^Lf.BBitivHiNCHcr.iFFfi, ____^M — ? i ^ ? — -Sec. Q-T.AJ The Q.U.B.L.P.S., the Busmen and the**- ? smiths' Society have reported to this council w ? they have passed- a ^unanimo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 August 1890

^^ioirw^sta^iiiii^ , ? Subscription Rates. Co-operative Societies, Per Member per month, tt, — Single SpBSCBiBEas, per year. . — .. ' - .. ? ,. 2/ Single Subscribers, per copy -^—' ..: ^. 8d. 3' ... ? ' ~ — Remittances ? ? ' .- . .. — r— Remittances to-the Worker should be- made where possible in cheque, post office order, or postal note. — Pewny stamps can, however, J?e sent where other form ofo^emitt'ance is in any way inconvenient Don't write, '? Send the Worker and amount due and I'll remit !' The amount is plainly announced and it would cost 2d. each to send accounts. . ? ? - To Members of Co-operating Unions. ' Y6ur p^ersjlftie forwarded promptly to your secretary (unless other instructions are. J^eceived through him. Any aienibejr of-any od-operating unidnfdejsiringj his W6bkbb sefit direct wfll please iorwara his wivate address through his sjscre ?twy.pv I :-??.;???.; :- . -, ? ? Td Delegates and Chairmen of Shed r 1 Committees. ^ ?_ , . _^Foii ajce_requested td assist the B...

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