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The Cry of the Children. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 January 1893

Tbe Cry of the Children. Do ye hear the children weeping, O my brothers, ' _ Hira f.hft tmrrnm mmAa urjtl, ynftrP| They are leaning their ydungTiriadu ugainst ? — their-motheESj-^ ? And that cannot stop their tears. The young lambs are bleating in the meadows ; ? The young birds are chirping in the nest ; The young fawns are playing with the shadows ; ? The young flowers are blowing toward the west — But the young, young children, 0 my brothers, They are weeping bitterly !r Tfaey rvre weeping in the playtime of the others, In the country of the free. They look up with their pale and sunken faces, v Aud their looks are sad to see, For the man's grief abhorrent, draws and presses Down the cheeks of infancy— 'Your old earth,' they say, 'is| very dreary ;' j 'Our young feet,' they say, 'are very weak J ' ? Few paces have we taken, yat are w6ary— ? Qiir grflvfr-rpftfr.-ifi very far to seekil ? Ask the old why they weep, and liot the children, j For the outside earth is cold,— And we youn...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 January 1893

TDV the new Boot Shop. Thob. Stafford, 1 111 Valley Boot -Bazaar, Ann--street, next Maioney, Grocer. ? . ? - (51/ C M 7 1 C » Q Boot Warehouse, 169 George 1\ t II _. 1 1 0 Street, near Railway gates. Workingmen'a boots a speciality. — , ? - QDCfMAI inducements in Drapery, Millin Ol LUlrtL ery, Men's and Youths* Suits, during the Christmas holidays. Quinn, the People's Cash Draper, Brunswiok-Btreet, Valley. Al T and other workers DDAfW JP# O .LI', callonT.W. bKAUY 06 _0. Cash Grocers. George and Turbot BtreetB. Bris bane, and get their price liBt. 9*\ TflNR T£BACCO.-I-Jrill _4orward)-PM| ? 1 ^*_ LVu''- ftee'r?° any addresa in Queens- I land : 4 lbs. Honey Dew for 8s., 4 lbs. American 1 Twist, Nuilrod, or Pooket Pieces (union made) § for 18b. 6d. Stamps or P.O. Orders. \V n I Ascndell, Tobacconist, Brnnswiok-st., Valley! I SfECTACL€8. WorkerBT''senTt(rGREENFIELO A I BARRACLOUGH, Opticians, BrisbanMor Teet I street and lm—phleta, free. ? *, DR.'GABRIEL, Physician and Licentiate in Mid^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 January 1893

W££81Y ISSUE OF 'WORKER.' 16,000 °Taet»^ 16,060 Advertising Rates. (Five per cent discount for payment in advance.) 1 insertion 10a. per line per insertion. IS ^~ 9fl. . „ ' rTT 26 ,i ga. « .-,, ? 52 „ 7a. „ „ Suteoriptton Bates. StsaiJi Sobscbibess, per year, post free .. 5s* Terms to unions, groups and newsagents ou application. Remittances. Remittances to the Wobkbk should be made where possible in cheque, post office order or postal note payable to Business Manager. Stomps cab, however, be seufc where osher form of remittance is in any way inconvenient. ? ??' Subscribers -uin^lTTiHi— tfogh^jyinnnra witn a,_i_uis-mar_ through tlJs paragraph will understand 4hat the term of their fiubsenptidn has Oke Month to run, fitter which date ttie paper will be dis continued unless tue subscription is renewed. Annual ScbrcbiftioKs only received At the Workbr Office ; those requiring the paper for shorter periods must ari-ange , with the nearest newsagent. newsagonts and Run Boys in Brisbane ...

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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 January 1893

LABOUR OVER SEAS. ? r Thk National Shop Assistants' Union of England has 8500 member?. British capitalists who can pool two hundred millions sterling talk of a union to -boyeott-orga_ige(H__o_r. — 1^==__L — ___= European anarchists have met in con ference at Brussels and resolved to run a paper on explosive lines. Ben* Tillett is summoned on a charge of inciting the workless and foodlees people of Bristol not to starve without a kick. Eleven thousand Yorkshire (Eng.) bottle makers are out against a slash in H)heir-already-starvatHm~wage; — ?:^.~rz It is reported that 40,000 people are statviug in London. The more fools they J There is whips- of tucker in the West End. A French anarchist has lust got five years' imprisonment for refusing to become a cut-throat. The law called his crime ??desertiop.' Nearly 100,000 workers were involved in the recent English cptto' »r»iff Inrfr™1* Good uld ' freedom ot contract ! ' Take the employers' terms or starve. — ? Tkeue is a famine in Finland ...

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NEW AUSTRALIA MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 January 1893

NEW AUSTRALIA MOVEMENT. So much interest is being taken in the New Australia emigration scheme and so many workers want to air their views upon it, that in order to give everyone a chance, the editor has decided, wherever possible. to condense the letters of his correspon- dents. T. H. Hall, Secretary G.L.U., Bourke, writes: The departure of a few hundreds for South America will do more towards con- solidating the workers here than ten years of strikes and lookouts. Political action can't count for much yet. The crowd must   first decide on what it really wants. At present it is doubtful whether more than 50 per cent of unionists see in the Labour Movement anything more than the need for combinations to secure higher wages for them ; and hence they look on Unionism as an end in itself instead of only a means to an end. This is the weakness of Labour in Politics. Protection, free-trade, liquor prohibition, the single tax— they all find supporters, each ready to swear tha...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

WHEHE WILFUL INTEHFEPENOE WITH THE DKLIVEBr OK THE ' WOEKEB' IS BCSPEOTED THE BTJSINESS^IANAGER SnOUED ? j BE NOTIFIED BO THAT PAPEES CAN-BE SENT IN REGISTERED PACKAGE, WIRE OR WRITE. . *' WOBKEB' SCBSOaiPTION : J\ 6s, Yearly, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Only Annual Subscriptions taken at_ Wqbkbb Offioe. For' shorter periods apply to nearest news agent. ? * ? ? — SPECIAL BATES AKBANGED FOB HEMBEBS OF UNIONS APPLTING THROUGH TBEIB SECBETAHT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

WEEKLY ISSUE OF 'WORKER.' 16,000 ^awTow^11 lujuGO Advertising Bates. (Five per cent diBoonnt tor payment in advance.) 1 insertion lOd. per line per insertion. 18 „ — M. „ n 26 n 84. H ii £8 „ ? M, — n ? * ? Subscription Rates. Sotole Scbbobibees, per year, post free .. 6s. Terms to nnions, groups ana newsagents on application. Remittances. Remittances to the Wobeeb shouia be maOe_ where possible in cheque, post office order or postal note payable to Business Manager. Stamps can, however, be sent where other form of remittance is in any way inconvenient. ? - ? -Subscribers J ? receiving their Wobkeb with a blue marTT through this paragraph will understand that the term of their subscription has One Month to run, after whioh date the paper will be dis continued unless the subscription ia renewed. Annual Subscbiptioks only received at the Wobkeb Office ; those requiring the paper for ? sfaester-jMriods must arrange with the nearest - nownagonfe— — ? -— ?- - - - - — — ?? Newsagents and ...

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCEMENT. At the telegraphed request of the Charleville Branch of the A. W. Union (in annual meeting assembled) who vnlnn. tarily guarantee ita Board of Trustees the additional expense incurred in the proiiuc tion of this issue, it has imen decided to temporarily restore The Wokkkp. to its original weekly size aud strength. As there seems to be a very general desire to assist in keeping the paper up tojts usual standard, ip is intended to continue to issue is in its present form, at any rate until the end of February, by which time the many suggestions which are now being made will have a chance of assuming prac tical Hliape. The small sum of one shilling per member por annum as an extra sub sidy will be sufficient to cover the coat of - Ihe enlarged — paper during 1S!)3. Co operating unions willing to grant this extria. shilling— which! can be paid in one penny monthly instalments or threepence quarterly, at the option of. the unions— are requested to notify t...

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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

LABOUR OVER SEAS. The socialist vote at the last United States elections showed a big increase. Out of 800,000 wago workers on the American railroads only one-fourth are organised. The German miners strike, started at Saarbruck (Prussia) is extending through out the (goose)stop-fatherland. Labourers in the English dockyards are bucking against working for 17s. to 21s. a week and demand union rate?. The Panama swindlers have applied the match to the boinb'of Anarchy iu Paris. They'll go heavenwards with it. Senator Chandler I has introduced a -bill-4n4he United-StatesSenate to suppress Pinkertonism. Oveu 3,000,000 girls and women in the United States toil for wages that require bitter self-denial or prostitution. — Coast Seamen's Journal. Swedish Socialists have carried the parliamentary elections in Stockholm against the Liberals who were their only -oppeaeats: ? '- ? The London Oounty Oouncii, seeing the danger to the workers engaged on a tunnel under the Thames have raised wages 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

** THE Social Horizon,' 8s.; 'The Dawn of 1 Radicalism,' 8b.; ' The State to Relation to Labour,' 8s.; «l Political E66h6tay in Eng land '8s.: postage 8d. extra each. To be obtained «t J. H. Thompson & Co.'b, 80 Queen-et., Bris -bantr. Large variety jf Books and Stationery. _ AOE te measure. Trousers from 12s. 8d.; Suits from 42s.; fit and workmanship guaranteed. V. V'niTirxo, Ttrilor, 84 Edward-st., Brisbane. MAHEff the — People's Baker, goHe superioE W Bread, delivered anywhere. Bakery : Bruns wick-street, Valley. ? U/ATP15 Y0UREVE8 ! Our famed Real Pebble WAI OH and Interchangeable Spectacles and Eye-glasses (sent l»y yuut) yiu&wve Ihe^ sight; 'best value; your sight tested. Geo. D. Izati & Son, 162 Queen-street. Brisbane. MONEY immediately available on deeds, plate, jewellery, &o.;also furnitures without removal —letters promptly attended to— strictly private. J, Fitzgerald, Imperial Loan Offiee, Greoi-ge-at. GTQRTEPS' Smoke Uichmond Tobacco. RIOH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

ORCANISATIONJOTlFICATiONS. flUEENBUND LABOUR PARTY.-Priende of the y above party are solicited for flnanoiiJ asaiBtanoe, to enable tne Exebative Council to conduct the f orthooming Political Campaign. Cheques and money orders made payable to the undersigned. — Donations^rom private Individuals considered ? strictly private unless otherwise stated. G. J. Haix, Hoa. Seoretary, ? Trades HaH^Brisbane CBOYDON UNION SPORTS. ? ~ ANNUAL SPORTS & DEMONSTRATION ? Maroh 17 and 18, 1893. ? £200 PBMas MONEY. £200 ., ATHLETIG87NP HQR8E RACING. GRAND SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, ISO yds. First prize, £60; second prize, £10; tbirl priee, £6. Total £75. Nomination, 7s. 6d.; acceptance, 15b. HANDICAP HUBDLE RACE, 175 yds.-Firat prize. £10; second, £2 10s. Total £12 10s. ? pJnmlTifttiop. ?r9. ^. * HflfiftptlHlOB 7f . 6fl- - ? - -Nominations for Sheffield and Hardies to be in hands of Secretaiy not later than 8 p.m. February 10. Handicap declared 2 p.m. February 20. Acceptances close 6 p.m. March 10. Al...

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THAT TEN MILLION LOAN. A Tale of Bribery and Corruption. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

THAT TEN MILLION LOAN. A Tale of Bribery and Corruption. __ JJr H, F. Haedache. In those days, that is to say about nine years back, there were three political par ties in Queensland— the Ministerial Party, under the Premiership ot Sir Thomas M'llwraith, the Opposition, known as the Liberal Party, under the leadership of Sir (then plain Mr.) Samuel Griffith, and a thitd party conaietiuf of ' pure meiino& ' known as the Squatting Party. About this time M llwraith brought forward his now notorious land grant railway proposals wir.h which at first Griffith warmly agreed, differing only in some unimportant matters -cf-detail. The^quatting__party^_ho»-eyeE,_ Foon became alarmed at the enoimous por tions of their runs— which -under— tbe-pro— posals it would be necessary to resume for the syndicate. Griffith then saw that his game was to oppose the .scheme, so straightaway he began to magnify the differences on matters of rW.ail — into- differences of principle and forming an unhol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

Qf\ TfiNR TOBAOCO.-I will forward, «ort I land: 4 lbs. Honey Dow for 8s., i lbs. American I Twist, Nailrod, or Pocket Pieces lunimm^\ 1 for 18s. 6d. Stamps or P.O. Orders. Bn1 I Ahpkpell, Tobaoconist, Brunswiok-st.. Valley! I QPECTACLE8. Workers, send to GREENFIFfnl I 0 BARRACLOUGH, Opticians, Brisbane, for Test 1 sheet and pamphlets, free. l ft DB. GABRIEL, PJiysician and Licentiate in liiid- » W , wifery, Physicians' Hall, Surgeon anall Licentiate in Midwifery, Surgeon's Hall, Eain- 1 burgh. Residence, near the Bore, Blackall. I Advice free daily._ Other hoars advice and 1 uiBaiumi', 10s. Od. Purrlmpie aiseases medicine I only oharge. Private hospital for patients £ 2 a I week. Advice by letter with medibine.-lOs 6d 1 Seventeen years' profefiaionaljgperiencc. ' ' 1 TR V \H, ne'» Booi ShOiJ- THoirSTiriFoiB, 11)1 ^ a»oy Boot Bazaar, Ann-stieet, nes Majoney, Grocer. ~J%Pff!1~A j~^»*acemiSts-ni-Dfapery, i\lillin JJlLLlUni — ery,_Meni&— aiwi— jroaths^-Strtic-— during the Christ...

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UNIONISM & CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNES TO THE EDITOR OF THE WORKER: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

UNIONISM & CO-OPERATIVE COfvi^UKES TO THE EDITOR OF THE WORKER : Each tnifl uniowiRt whnsn htwrti p^^ fmi\ nay, even the fibres of whose moral beinpr, are wrought up into the socialistic ideals of the age, desires to see in Queensland the foundation of the great Co operative Com monwealth — ' the Commonwealth aud Temple of Humanity forever to endure.' The question arises in what way will the movement for founding co operative com inuces urge forward the realisation of this great ideal. It is our duty to design the common wealth we propose to build. The design . must be carefully elaborated, so that suc ceeding generations will not have to root up the foundations we have laid, but con tinue the structure, course upon course, from the point where we leave off accord injK _to the original design. All the great' tjhinkdass of antiquity as well as of today are unanimous m acclaiming that the formation of free communes is the essential feature of any really democratic constitu tio...

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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. ? Weot Australian uuiuiiiuls are furmiug a TradeB and Labour Council at Perth. The second annual labour demoDBtra iwirat Sooner ^SM^, passed oSTlast weelT with great Buccesa. A BLAOKBor is running her Majesty's mails in Western Queenslandjor a rauatter ^aagtetrate. The Victorian Minister for Railways proposes to fire out 300 men from the New Thos. Givens has just got a promising branch of the A.W.U. under way at Cairns. The rush back from Batavia has set in and the ranks of the unemployed at 'Croydon^arBTiooordinftylnoreased; Oct of 000 members of the N.S.W. Stonemasons' Society 450 are out of work -orpuHiuk iu time at casual jobs outside their trade. Cnotnosr storekeepers began with the New Year to close at 6 o'clock. The butchers of Croydon have been closing early for some time past. ? A,-€r~FilEEUAV i° ».t.a nfr pri^i/^nfr -and William Ryan the new vice-president of the G.F.W.A. Both elected without opposition. The Central Warrego Carriers' Union holds its an...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

IHFHflimOILl — So tj&pitrt Iwb at, last got fatrly^btrits^ taiL T^tuthlgrj^lla us of a union of --Brita6fremployir8lipresenting no less than tiro hundred millions sterling, and formed with 6he express object of crushing the labour orgamaafcioHB, — Two-httadxecU&U*- UonB aterling is an enormous amount. The mmd fails to grasp its true significance. All that is really clear jb that the capi talists of England alone could double or treble the sum,' or indeed multiply it to all practical purposes indefinitely if that were neoeaaary to -oope with the demands of Labour. Then what I want to know is, why don't they ? Surely it would be better for everybody— it would certainly be better for the workers if they did. Nobody welcomes the organisation of Capital more than the worker who understands the real — drif^of^heTSfebuFStbvement * * * It was a fine thing when Australian ? capitalists knew enough to go into partner ship againBt the unions. Individual ?workers suffered as a m...

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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

SMOKE-HO No rain tn apftnir pf «?hon frhff Iflgft WOrd came from Croydon and things generally quiet. - ? - J?olitica1i- power has always ojeant physical power. Just Bhut your eyes for an hour and think this out. The J.P. list is to be revised straight away. No one 4» remain on who ia not known to the Patriotic League. Foub State farms are to be established in New Zealand straightway. Onn (down to each of the principal towns of the colony. The Government! agent on one of the labour schooners is a faatmless young idiot who has never done an honest day's work in his life. ? ? A?f anarchist delegate from 'The Society of the order of the gallows,' Chicago, is raissionising in New South N.Z. Premier Ballance is considering an application from the Knights of Labour for Government aid to found a co-operative settlement on land recently resumed. The second annual report of M'll wraith's Meat ExpoHfVfmpn.wy BK»»rc *hn* .. it just needed the £12,000 from Govern ment funds to keep it from slidi...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

LABOUR 1NJUL1T1CS. HOOLAK. M.L.A.. PUtin twohnura ny. posing fraudulent misgovernment at Golden Gate, Croydon, on Monday night. Tab farmers of the Cairns electorate will vote Labaur at Jihe next elections pro vided that a good candidate is forth coming. Onk-man-one-vote was ^ublidy-diB; — r ' «v- cussed at Warwick on Wednesday at the » sho instance of the People's Political Organisa- mn tion. for On New Years1 evening Messrs. sbo' Stronach ' and Garter addressed a large ono gathering-of-bush-and townsmen atltfor- J ven. - jnoi The Queensland Protectionist League Job has issued a circular in favour of things as can they are. — M'Ilwraith,-it-will-be tomom.- ? — and bered, is a 'protectionist.' bav The general elections in Queensland ^m. ^.nd South Australia^romise to comeoff in ? J°n A^rjL_Jiabour-in-poUtic8 will_make_a ? aw good show in both colonies. me Rumoured that-Theodore Oscar Un- ? — jp mack has been the sport of a nightmare ? and will not again intrust himself to the ex« ten...

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. FOR THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

GENERAL HEWS SUMMARY. - FOR 3^E WEEK tmPHfO JA^tfAHT 12. ? Dr. Madden slips into the Chief Justice ship of Victoria vacant through Higin botham's death. k Federation Leagues are being worked up in New South Wales to the order of Toby Barton. Broken Hill unemployed vote socialism as the only moans to stop the robbery and needless misery of the present system. Cartwright, secretary of the Tamworth' (N.S.W.) Carriers' tJuion, was acquitted of shooting a blackleg carriers' horses. The rabbit scare-mongers have succeeded in having the Darling Downs proclaimed a rabbit district. A mild species of influenza microbe is in possession of Adelaide; also of a good number of people. The Government bore at Barcaldine has lessened its outflow 100,000 gals, a day. Most likely by a defect in the casing done by contract, Tanibo bore to run for a week free* After — 4hat, government rates to be charged^ — — Several deaths of bushmen through want of water in the extreme West. Applications for work at th...

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A POLITICAL REHEARSAL—M'ILWRAITH AND THE BOGIE-MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 January 1893

A POLITICAL REHEARSAL- MIL WRAITH AND THE BOGIE-MAN. -M'lLWRAITH (to anticipated audience at next election): WhistJ_ Whist! ! Whist.' i ! Here comes the JSogie-man. Damn yd Dinna yc howl so against me, because tie've had the Shindykits, Black Labour, Law 'n Order, Naval Tribute, and n' the other ivil thinrts I swore last elections yc shouldn't have. Yc'vc had everything — except the Big ? Loaf. That ye'll get next trip— if yell save me from the JJo'iic-man.

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