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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

KNOWLEDGE IS POWElC Those workers who desire to learn more of. the world-wjcle labor movements, may obtain the following books at the 'Hummer' office : — Co-operative 'Commonwealth (G-ronlund) ..14 Conventional Lios of our Civilization (Nordau) ? 3 4 Ctesars Column (Donnelly) . . . . 0 8 The Old Order and the New (Davidson) 1 2 Looking Backward (Bellamy) - ..08 Social Tangle (Michaelis) .. ?.. OS Progress and Poverty (George) ..OS Social Problems (George) . . . . 0 8 Protection and Ireetrade (George) . . 0 8 New Australian Co-operative Settlement Association Rules and basis of or ganisation (Argentine Scheme) . . 0 1 'Australian 'Workman,' per annum 4 0 ' Queensland 'Worker' .. ..2 0 Or any other labor book or newspajjer imb hshed in the English language at cost price. Send stamps or'iV^.0. to ^^^-^ Jw. W. HEAD, ?- - '-t^ttmer' Office, Wagga. -

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

* A PROPHEiDY. Artliur Rae's lone-hand vote in opposi tion to the Royal vote of condolence,' pro- , posed in N.S.W. Assembly, ,Avill result in his return for the Murrunibidgoo at next general ' eleotioii with a biggeiVJnajority thaii ever. l-Jere is a fair, and square prophecy * made by the Jitfffctht, despite the fact that every daily paper howls at Rao and tells him to' resign ' as lie has ' deirraded his'constituency and lost ? the' piibli'c confidence. Imperial Federa ;. . tionists are requested to paste this in their '// '/hats. — Sydney Jinl latin. v ?. Sunny Australia raises that useful and ' melodious bird, the laughing jackass, but Wagga,, the pride of the Murrumbidgee, has raised a breed which tn,kes the shine out of ? every ass in creation. The asses avc speak 'of are those known as the howling ass, usually found in the company of the Wagga aris oeraoj howling rV God Save the Queen.' '

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA SHEARERS [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

WAGGA SHEARERS Xhe annual /meeting, -wliieli took place at the Temperance Hall, com menced on Friday, January 22, and ended on Saturday, January 28. Mr J. Mooney took the chany'and appropriately opened the proceedings in a short, though powerful, address. The minutes 01 previous meetings were read and confirmed, and the following report was read by the Secretary, W. 'W. Head: — Report foe, the Period endixc * January .; . . . 22nd, 1892. ? r *' : To the Members of the 'Wajii;;. Branch A. S.l-. , Gentlemen, — ' . . - It once more becomes our duty to present. you with our annual report, and us 'the past year has been a somewhat eventful one for Australian Unionism, it is our intention to briefly refer to each of the most noteworthy events transpiring1 in our own Branch during the term, and to comment on same, having due regard to the possible influence of those comments on the whole Association. ......... ? ADELAIDE CONFERENCE, FEBRUARY. 189 I. At the annual conference held at Adelaid...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMER AS A LABORER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

THE FARMER AS A LABORER. T.UEKE is some confusion of irtuas in tins comitrv tis'to the full scyjpe and meaning1 of the term ' laborer,' when ? employed in the. f classification 'of . workers and drones-. In the per petuation of this misconception the farmer probably leads the van. In Victoria, notably during the last Par liamentary session, while me question of plural as against single voting was under discussion, the monopolist classes endeavored to convince the farmer — poor fool ! — that he, too, was a capitalist - The toil-worn, illiterate agriculturist of the backblock settle ments rose to the bait as , a solitary sinner to meekly acquiesce, and forth with declared himself 'a capitalist,' threw up his liat, and cheered on be half of plural voting, ' and' demanded, with the owl-like gravity.- of sheer . ignorance, yet with' the absolute sin- - cerity of ' recent conversion, ' ' why xpiiT should not be -represented, ' or, in other -words, why he should not hold one vote for his m...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

OUR PLATEORM. The ' ' Hummer' ' advocates' : (1) Trades Unionism and the . ? -Federation of Labor throughout Australia now ; throughout the worl.l hi the near f utui'3. (2) Co -operation : Voluntary, municipal, and national. (3) Australia, for Australian citizens, equality of the sexes, equal pay for equal work. (4) The complete political independence of the United 'Australian Commonwealth;' . on a basis of pure democratic Republic;ia ? ism. , - . . , (o) The Referendum, the people their own Upper House. ? --- -?::?, (6) Free land for a free people. . ' . . ? The ' Hummer' opposes:- ? . '? . (1). Black and yellow labor. ' . y ' (2) Imj)orted Governors.- . (3) ' ' Freedom: of contract' ' of the Employers' Union lop-sided variety. ? ? (4) Titles of rank, hereditary or otherwise. (6) Dear law and all lawyers. , ?? -???'-. ? (7) Par'asites and monopolies of all brands. (8) An Upper House of any kind. ? ? - -- In fact, the 'Hummer' gives its straight , out support to the -platform and pr...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE UPPER HOUSE ON ELECTORAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

THE UPPER HOUSE ON ELEC ? TORAL REFORM. . ? ?? . (By Hank Morgan.) Mr Kater, an intelligent fossil, said that he '* . ;; didn't beUeve that tho people 'of /flie country :V;; really wanted this one-man-one-vote inea- - yi%(; snrc, and he doubted if they would back it up . : $ ] if a poll of the inhabitants .were talceii! 'Well; ? ' ''\ let him consent to giving us the Referendum. : ' Then a A^ote could be taken on all matters of importance, and Mr Kater's musty, .fusty, ?' Avorn- out abilities would not be wanted, to \ .- Ccitei'fol1 us. ? .',..'! , Mr; Piggott said that he was glad that only ?}? , two members of the Council had a word to sayi^; in: defence, of the principle of the .Bill. Hc|:- . also;. said that it was, nothing but an' attack/^ '? ? on the' rights of property.'' But of course^ ;? -he is a piggotted-individual. '. ; ' ' . ':['%:f: ??^-Dr.- Grarraii . suj)ported. the bill- in an able^ '??? ; . and -jihou^htful sj)eec].i, although he did^nQtr1'* 'l/liideiiis opinion th...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA MUNICIPAL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

WAGGA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Tiu-: workersrare sending, Jim M!Darra for East AViirci; J.ii ;.v oppo'si't'ip:i': to . Cfco. _ ', Colo iiisui. .. Tlio fQnrior,^ ;i Avorking'. plasterer, ;tlio. - latter 'is-. a ?, lawyer'.,- .„ Ooloman. reclcoitfe: lie'- ought to be refciirno I'' unopposed because' he. happened'to.beohii'irjiiMU of- a- coinniittee ap-;', XDo i nted ?to-::d'raAV-' Vip/ some by Orla^s 'or ,soiiie-: ? . bh ilia;! for fclie ^buiicil.' ??He^:'clocsn?f/'sif\;'1tli'e': . other members of' 'the': '.committee ''?'were '., stuffed,.. but. one .vrould- infer so1 -fi:om ;Mr.'.: ??' Ooleinai'i's reniarks/- ,. ; Jf .?; lic.v di.dn't Virik.' so V - loudly Avheii. speaking in :j)iiblio he Avo^ild h ay ej alVb,ol;tiei\ ;shoAy 't\k, .. the,--; poll1!-. ? Stra.iig'ers4 ; ?, get- holld/.ofllith'e'i'idea .-.that: as'' . Greorgc tshjits -. bp^h(Oiycs,.VvlVcii'.'makii,ig {i^p'roniiscj.'licydobsa'fc ? me'suii:-ail»1;hc says.^UTim-: M''J3a'rrajisja 'solid; ?- - straight .goer,\,aftd.(has1 a big; ...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

Addressing a meeting recently in Wales, Mr Ben Tillett said : ' ' He was not very old either as a teetotaller or anything else, but he had lived long enough to know that the drink traffic was the curse of the country ; he had lived long enough to know that in his work as a social reformer that one of the greatest obstacles to be removed was the appetite for drink. He believed that if working men and working women were to give up drink they would increase their wages, but, above that, they would improve morally and physically as well, and they would also increase in that spiritual wealth which made a man or woman bend cheer fully to the task on earth, looking beyond to the future of felicity. ,. ... I hate the drink for a thousand reasons. My life was made one of misery, one of want, one of which I felt the sharp pangs of hunger from the age of seven till I was a young man, owing to tlie drink. It robbed me of a mother's care, and sent me out on the world a waif at the age of seven. ...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Those workers who desire to learn more of the world -wide labor movements, may obtain the following books at the 'Hummer' office : — Co-operative Commonwealth (Gronlund) ... # ? ..14 Conventional Lie's of our Civilization (Nordau) . . . . . . . . , 3 4 Csesars Column '(Donnelly) . . ..08 The Old Order and the New (Davidson) 1 2 Looking Backward (Bellamy) ..08 Social Tangle (Michaelis) . . ..08 Progress and Poverty (George) . . 0 8 Social Problems (George) . . . . 0 8 Protection and JFreetrade (George) ..0 8 New Australian Co-operative Settlement Association Rules and basis of or ganisation (Argentine Scheme) ... 0 1 ' ' Australian Workman, ' ' per annum 4 0 ' Queensland Worker' .. ..2.0 Or any other labor book or newspaper j-ub- lished in the English language at cost price. Send stamps or M.O. to W. W. HEAD, '? Hummer' Office, Wagga.

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOYAL SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

LOYAL SYMPATHY. A Victorian exchange has the following : — .'Roe, M.P. for AYagga, sat alone in opposi tion to the New' South Wales Parliament when the House was trying to work up the dreadful and pass a washy ' expression of condolence' with tlie Queen and the Prince and Princess of Wales, because it has pleased Providence to afflict; the ' Rile' Family by removing the STuke ' of Clarence and Avon dale up to the vicinity of the great white throne. Many papers have seen fit to hurl their wrath upon Rae for his conduct in this particular, but it might strike the' un prejudiced judge that lie had quite as much right to withhold his sympathy from Her Gracious as had his fellow members to bestow their commiseration and tears, and it is at least something to. his credit that he did not play the hypocrite and pretend to feel awfully cut up about a matter that concerns him very little. The case against Rae is not that he refrained from frel-btf/ sympathy, but that lie refused to express sy...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

ROLL UP! ROLL UP ??! ! STOCK-TAKING SALE:: STOCKTAKING SALE::: ??''.? ? ' . ? ' - ? :o: - - ' ' - ? — - ' ?'''. ? So as to bring; their LAllCxE and VAEIE1) STOCK withiji Measurable. Bounds, Jas. Halloran and Co. Are Holding a CLEARING SALE of SUMMEE GOODS THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. ROLL UP AND SECURE THE BARGAINS - , , _____ ? :o: ? ± ? WAGGA DRAPERY ARGADE (Opposite the Post Office). ROYAL HOTEL, WAGGA. GEO. WHEELER, Proprietor. As usual travellers Avill receive civility s and tlie very best accommoda tion at this well known house. Baths, Paddocks, and Stabling. GOLDEN AGE HOTEL, FITZMAU1UCE .ST11EET, WAGGA. P. O'KEEFE Will be glad to see old friends, and, as usual, will treat them well. Best wines and spirits, and accommodation/ i VIADUCT HOTEL MES JUPPENLATZ, Proprietress. This' Avell-known house is repleta with every ' - comfort for Travellers. Secure and handy grass paddocks free'. GOOD STABLING. I CARRINGTON HOTEL, 1 ' (Near Railway Station) ( WAGGA. C. B. BRUCE, Proprietor. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

NOTICE TO* ADVERTISERS Anyone who wants to do honest business can advertise in the ' ' Hummer. ' ' We have no room for the greedy speculator or mono polist, the quack or the schemer. No paper can run straight for the people and hit every fraud and lie that exists which has to depend upon the favor of its adver tisers ; and the ' Hummer' means to be in the fore-front of the Labor Movement while it intends to run honest till it runs down. For these reasons we cringe to no one for advertisements ; but all the same * we ask Unionists to support their own paper by patronising1 those who advertise in it. The ' Hummer' is the only truly coopera tive weekly newspa/per in Australia, and all profits go towards its improvement. The ' Hummer' office is a recognised Union office.* The only one in the Biverina. For terms apply to the MANAGER.

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERHEARD IN A BRICKYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

OVERHEARD Iff A BRICKYARD (By 'Old Britt.') Jim : 'I say, Jack ; thought you told me the other day the Australians were the freest and most prosperous people on the planet. ' ' Jack: ' Well, so they are.' Jim: ' It's all very well for you to skite about liberty and that sort of thing', but I have been reading up a bit lately, and I find that instead of being free weare slaves com pared to what people were, 500 years ago. The only freedom we have is to starve.' Jack : ' How do you make that out?' Jim : ' Well, you see I got hold of a book called 'Work and Wages for the last 600 Years,' and I find that although the land only yielded eight bushels to the acre, a man could earn enough money in England at that time by working two hours and a-half a day to buy food enough to live on for the day ; or, put it another way — by working 1 5 weeks he could live comfortably for the rest of the year on the wages he earned in that time.' Jack: ' Now look here, Jim, you are cut ting it a bit too fa...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NATIONAL ASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

THE NATIONAL ASS ,The local papers print the following tele gram, sent to LaAvyeivKit/hardinge, the mover. :of..tlie, amendment1, at the meeting. . in- the ,Tp,wn.; ,Hall ..oh /.Tuesday. nigl\t,'.by .the.Sec rotary . of; the .Capitalistic freedom-: ofjCoiir tract* '. Plural Voting National Ass. : — 'I.am directed' to express the* gratification of my-, council at action taken by meetings at Wagga ai id ' Jivcksoi i' s ?? W a tierh Pies, . awd to i ask '? jp u - to '.congratulate . I chairman ' Wagga s meeting- ' ., Lipori';fact- that' meeting-, ?repudiates- -Rao's action?' / - The' aboA'e ought' to be good f enough ? ns shoAving' -to ? the Avorkers - avIio '-.pulled1 the strings 'Avhich caused pur 'loyal' citizens to dance. Don't Abbot, Epps and Cor Ioa^o the Avorkers' member? \.13ut Avhat * '.has ' Rae's action to do Avith the bogus National Association, anyhow ? ' ?-

Publication Title: Hummer, The
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THE PARSONS AND: THE "HUMMER." [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

THE PARSONS AND: THE ' HUMMER.' A i?e\v weeks ago Ave revicAved a publica tion called Glad Tidim/s. Several iicavs-. papers, \ including the Omh(fcK Leader, re pvihtdd:' thp^- article' referred t8. '' Thewrev-., editor of Glad Tidinf/s thei'dippn got up%ii his1 tail, . sindj altogether ignoring our columns', f-penned the- folloAvingK remarkable production : — *? (iG-LA]) TIDI'jSTaS| 'TO THE JSJDJTOJI OP. THE 0KA2C.G-E LEA])J3]{. ; ? ',Dea31 S.i]{, — When you'Averfc, guilty of Hhe atrocious outrage of* inserting in 'such a resiDcctable iDaper as the Zw^';;|tliat article - cm. Glad ITidutf/s I (?) (?) .which -.appeared in your issue of the., 20th, from The Hammer, 'you- little' thought hriAv'-much .trouble you \vere bringing on the devoted head of an innocent brother editor. I '?'-have been flooded Ayith lettqrs,,,and;vZ^|^j ^''t-h .the 'article marked.' witli big cross.e|^in4 red, black and blue, over the article in question. '?Well, I did not intendVtb\motice the miserable ed3Eusioi...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

.' ?? ? ?', ???'? ? -. CALL AT ? -v--1- ?? . .. ./.A1; -v^ifejg -. ? ? . ? i f ?? . * ??? ? vvftVwyS' -?? ?- W BARNES, '???^^i ? The ' -..?.-?.??. -.'i^m -.-'??,???:?' -.'Vi$£ HAIR-CUTTER, AND TOBACCONIST, :1 '(Oddfellows'' Hall), ' ''?' \$$ piTzacAuaiCE stiieet, wagga. ? ' : ?^i f - i ^ ? . ? - ' ?'_,'? ' yjr Branch in Baylis street, near Union Club . '#??; Hotel, NeAvtown. -, '? .'iV.4 ? : ? , ''-;m ? '* KW\i . ' JAMES DENT, ' '? ' . ^i TAIL0E AND HABITMAKEE, : . -| aURWOOD STREET, WAGGA. \ /'Vj . v Style ais'd Eit G-uabanteed. : .? :$ .WORKMANSHIP UNSURPASSED. * .-;.' . , . ? . , ,,-'; Country Orders. receiA^e promj)t attention.. /] Workers, Note. — J. D. pays the highest l:\\ Avag-es, and thus secures competent workmen* . ;?-/;? ?.THE '\:i'-t&$ AUSTRALIAN WORKMAN. - :;-^ Workers are reminded that the 'Australian, ?'£$4$&- Workman' is their own organ, and' they ???,*???$$$ should support it. . -^P^-'t'U, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ,fS|??^| FOUR SHILLINGS per annum, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 6 February 1892

missing friends; '$ ,.;. D.vx JJow.man (shore at G-roongal arid' Orong Orrong). - Send - your address / Wagga, A.S..U.. M, Doxohok (Vanima and Pullitop). —Lot us hear from you immediately. . Wejnean business. A.S.U., Wagga. ' ' ??'?'''^y/'-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 13 February 1892

ROLL UP ! ROLL UP ! ! STOCK-TAKING SALE! : STOCKTAKING SALEM : - 4 ? ^ i ? ? j ' ; . ' | So as to 1)r]]]g' tlieir XAllCxE ''aiid,'. VAJ&IE.I.) STOCK within ' - Measurable. /I . Bounds, ? 1 ? _? ? ? ? Jas. Halloran a.\i- Co. Are Holding- a CLEAEIN6 SALE of SUMMEll GOODS ... AT PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION. ? ? ? :0: ? ROLL UP AND SECURE THE BARGAINS ? :0; ? ? ? ? - : f m»j» Jliiww 8*1 WAGGA DRAPERY ARCADE (Opposite the Post Office). GEO. ASTON, NEWTOAVN BOARDING , HOUSE, ; WAGGA. Goud Beds— well made. Good Tucker — well cooked. Plunge and Shower Bath. 17s per week. Free Stable. ,. VIADUCT HOTEL MRS JTIPPENLATZ, Proprietress. This Avell-knoAvn house is repleto Avith eArery comfort for Travellers. Secure and handy grass paddocks free. GOOD STABLING. ,s CARRINGTON HOTEL, (Near Railway Station) WAGGA. C. -B. BRUCE, Proprietor. C. B. B. is an old shearer, and mil be glad to welcome friends ( old and. new. Good stabling and paddocks. Accommoda tion unsurpassed. GOLDEN AGE HOTE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 13 February 1892

. CALL AT W BARNES Y' ? The HAIR- CUTTER AND TOBACCONIST, r* ?. ? . (Oddfellows' Hall), ' EITZMAURICE STREET, WAGGA. t Branch in Baylis street^ near ' Union Club Hotel, NewtoAvn. JAMES DENT, TAILOR AND HABITMAKEE, GUEWOOD STREET, WAGGA. ? ? ? ?» Style and Fit Guaranteed, . W ORKM AN SHIP UNSURPASSED. ? ' Country Orders recede prompt attention. Workers, Note. — J. D. pays tlie highest Avages, and thus secures competent Avorkmen* THE AUSTRALIAN WORKMAN Workers are reminded that the ' ' Australian . Workman' is their own organ, and they should support it. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY FOUR SHILLINGS per annum, in advance. Wagga Wagga Agent — Mr W. W. Head. v -? Address Manager, 532 Kent Street, ? - Sydney. A S U. AND GLU ' - WAGGA BRANCH. Notice: District Secretaries and agents .v. ' must send in all Butts and Accounts Avith V- separate balance sheets* for each union at / earliest conArenience. W. W. HEAD, , Secretary. ' Dec. 16, 1891. LABOR ELECTORAL LEAGUE ? ' MEMBEBS ? OF THE MURRUMBIDGE...

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DEFINITION OF A "SCAB." [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 13 February 1892

DEFINITION OF A ' SCAB ' A scab is to his trade what a traitor is to his country, and, althoug'h both may be use ful to the party in troublesome times, when* peace returns they are detested alike by all; so, Avhen help is needed, a 'scab' is the last to contribute assistance, and the first to grasp a benefit he never labored to procure ; he is only for himself, but he sees not beyond the extent of a day, and for momentary and Avorthless approbation would betray friends, family and country ; in short, he is a traitor on a small scale, Avho first sells the journey men, and is himself afterward sold in his turn by his employer, until he is at last despised b}7 both and deserted by all. He is . an enemy to- himself, to the present age, and ' to posterity. — Standard.

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