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THE "WORKER" DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

[?] Societies in all parts of Queensland are reqfHestcdto niake use of this eolumu for the announcement of their general and special meetings, secretaries' ad dresses, social gatherings, eleetietv of officers and E}mj}arjnjorinatiori. Mem bora should sna flint, tfin — ^q^njrrespkided to. Up-country Tind coastwise ° societies particularly requested. No'charge.'

Publication Title: Worker
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Editor's Plebiscite Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

Editor's Plebiscite Returns. Tire ioHowtng isolation was* tirianitnoualy passed at the ordinary meeting of. this society on August 7th : — 14 This society ex^rasses its unabated confidence in the editor of the WoitKKtt and we hoi-e that lie will odvocate the cause of suffering humanity in^^ ? tlm future with the same 'energy m lie has dime 7 itt tlie j)ast.M~V '? :~T' ' : ' ~': ?'''''' . W. Bkattib, Sec. Brisbane Braneh Queensland' Progressive Carpenters and Joiners. ?-.'__?. ^ At a largely attended meeting of this union held ouJUigust 5th, a motion was unanimously . passed_Jo_the effect i that :— - ** The : present .editor of the^ouKEia lias given every satisfaction in the past and- that We sin cerely trust Jus services wiU be retained.1* The opinion of the meeting was (to put it as stated ) that lie (editor) was ** expressly built for the job.' The Wobkhu has been to us the ^ottree otan^iimiense amount ; of ^^ good, for when anyone, man or womatij who is oppressed by to hand, of t...

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Answers In Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

Answers In Brief . &D.C, Muttabupi :— Only tocrh^2P%_at flarliest spare momentr^DuSdTnote alright. Other matter _willJ3B nqtasedc^to^lASTBJV mm :— Received -too— lalfe^JiSke extract. J.T ,K, Charters Towers r-^Yoiir suggestion tb jfood, but has been made before, beingpracfcically the ?? recijjrocity ' solution J» the coloured labour Question. Aftyway^ ^inojimriLj^ieapiiand reli-: able.' T. ft .^T^^o^^[^^ii^A^^^^Mea\^ error, ttave madelSrl^fiott^^^&^iltern J3*ee^4— H^veiiio^g^w^^LMf cmwded over. Had in type for this issue! T.H., Chairman Shed Commlttee^agwort^^^ft^^CTb^l^ Jjath Jx-th- guesjnM Tiexha«^^r]F^e^iaigath. «p room this trip, Tjs©r^9hawman^§liedMDom ittlyfe^A^rsnire Downs :-— The hospital business— certainly wants fixing. Do you think a penny paper can paynat 60 percent. ^^Jax^wrweUsis^^b^^ Thanks for Bonkand Propaganda funds chip- m, — Ayrshire Downs is on top sorfaS ~TCW«» dele gate^JiJJ^jSo^n^^j^^aljjijgi^l^et^ir-J ^S3 comment crowde^;^u^==W^^aj^e^ey1r~ IJ...

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THE BRISBANE WOMEN'S UNION. Miss May Jordan's Inaugural Address. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

THE BRISBANE WOMEN'S UNION. Miss May Jordan's Inaugural Address. TV) THE . WOM KlTliVOKEEKS-T-V7BIlISltANEr--We- have met here to-night to begin a work which - will have for its object the improvement of ~Hhe— eenditionsof-lahouiL to the yoman wage^ earner.^™- — — ~— _^ . ?.'- The time is fast troine: bv in which jjeonle sav and think that for a woman to earn her own living takes from her womanliness and makes her less worthy* No one now puts forward the idea -that-a woman^conducts her household., best : and_ rears her children^ the most _wiseiy*4l she be ignorant. Nothing teaches juid improves so much as that spirit of independence which makes each one feel that she has no right to be a burden toanyone else so long as sn^ have the capability of earning for herself. And I take it that every woman of thought, if she wish to/be happy, must feel that* she is earning her living in her own home as wife and mother, which is the most honourable of woman's work, in caring, and doing for tho...

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Chapter XII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

x. Chapter XII. —(Continued). L tria| .army^that of assistant^ foremeiii or lieu-: tenants, 'is appointed out of H»*ii who TiaVe held their place for two years in the fii^fe class of the first grade. Where this leaves too large a range -jjtchoictvunly tlie famt grouj*' -#-#hs class are eligiI3e~lSd:lme'^tni-f'TKmier-^toH^e-i commanding men until ne is about thirty years old. After a ma'nbe(x)Uii^^ji officer, his rating, of course^ no longer defends iqjon the efficiency crfiiis own work, but on that of his men, The -fop*ttKtn _?Vr«* ajMjointH f*™*L?w™!& the assistant foremen, by the same exercise oT~3iseretipii~ limited to a small eligible class. In the a|^joiitt in&n ts to the still higher grades another principleX is iritrodhic&d', which it would take too much time, to ex}-lain now. -^X: '* Of course, such a system' oTgrading as I have - dewjribed would have been inn*rac5jt.K5al)le apilied to the Kinall industrial concerns of ^our day, in Home of which them-...

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LOOKING BACKWARD 2000.1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL, SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

irfliHHtM^M^ii^.^ THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. ZZZZ ? '_ ? ? nBY ? — — ~^~f~~^^~ Author of 'Miss Ludington's Sister,' *'Dr. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. - _ A_Bostow ooilfigej^rofessor in the jfeai' 2000 sets out to write, for the information .of the enTightaied^eople -- of that age, ajiovel coniparing their perfect industrial organisation with the miserable struggle between imboiii'tuid-Gapital ^iig «u inJhe yejtLlS^Lirom \Fhtcitej)oe_h--Jie-ha4i by. exti'trordinavj' circumstances, suryived. AiteT; aT mefmerie ^ieep'1it-ii6-^!e«ii!Sr~l*e — wakes. Gradually it is'i»roved to h,im thai he is iti the new Boston and his new friendr explain the., social conditions 'which rule m the new, civilisation.

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LUCINDA SHARK ON STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

^l^iMMffiSsifflfc - It i,s strange Jiow much alike the vafigated_ T*aces are to one-anetkeiv— Jn India, somewhet^ ?it you wrong a man_ very nnich indeed he just' comes along with his swag and camping at your doQr '.starts cheerfully in to starve himself to -tkuith*. That's what they call s^tting 'dhanua,'' and the man who has .been sat on is considered -»4xumaJ3y-riisfyra,r'i^ ;uid doniiifd to be chasp^ j^ t.h« 8i)ir4t woi-ld hv th& vindiot-.ivR e-hnst, nf 4-i,^ gentleman who lias : dhanna'd him. fe ? Japan, jvhen one knight oi the- olden M time wanted to serve another the vew ? worst way' he ciilled his family together I and deliberately ripped himself. U}-, knovviug I well emmgh that 'custom would coitnn4_Jik_B enemy to tlo the very same fclTmg! ^nTongtiieH EnglWi-speaking, lot, if. worlcmen eome to the fl conclusion that they are being humbugged njon; I -than usual they -io very much ditto. They I go out on strike, fully- satisfied to suffer thuai- ? selves if in any way ...

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

MEETINGS. I - Brisbane District Council, A.L.F.— Mnri- I time Hall, Every Tuesday. Sec, Thof . W. Craw I ford,Q.T.A. Rooms. . I gteensland Typographical Association. I Q.T.A. Room, Kent's Buildings, Adelaide-street, 1 ? ftpeiianor. — BoaM— meeting, second Saturday — m~ |~' month. Sec, Albert Hihehclitte. ~~Toewoj-uiba I ' Branch : Sec, J. It. Nolan. Maryborough I Branch: Sec, Robt. Gardner. Roekhamipton, r' Branchy-Seer, P. A. M'Lachlan. Charters Towers I Branch: Sec, W.G. Bowdcn; ? I O.V.B.Ii.P.-Society.-Q.T.A. Rooms, Brisbane. I Every Monday* , ? I General Labourers' Union.— Brisbane. Mad r Time 'Hall. ; Alternate 'Mondays; Sept. 1, 15. Aet I ing Gen. Sec, F. J. Bevan. Lutwyche Branch : I Temperance Flail. Branch Hoc, Samuel Hurst, I Trades Hall Board of Management Bris t^lne. Q^.^rHoom; alternate Tiiursdays ; Sent. I . 4,18. ? ' ? ?-..-. I Painters' Society.— Brisbane, Q.T.A. Eoouh Al I teraate Tuesdays ; Sej»t. 2, 10, ;io. I Plumbers' and Gasfitters' Society.- BiisHjuif. I Q.T.A...

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AMENDED "FEDERATION" RULES. As Revised by the First Annual General Council. PREFACE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

[?] As Revised by the First Annual General ' ? ??- Council,— ' ~''.'~Z~Z2 PREFACE. Z The Australian Labour Federation %as insti tuted among Brisbane Unions on the* 11th Jurie7 I(^^t4few-^ear, l^th£JBaJ3KiO_JJnions_ joined. In May the Wide Bay and Burnett District was inaugurated, and in June the Towns ville, Charters Towers and Rockhampton Dis tricts. In a single year it has expanded until it has active centres throughout Queensland and a membership of upwards of 15,000, with every in dication of continuous growth. . Whatis-more' to ?* the point, its doctrine, that all workers must stand by eadi other against the common op pressor, has been disseminated by the peaceful victory of Jondaryan from end to end of Austra lasia. - I ._ ? . '*?('* * , ' - . ? It is this doctrine of J3r^herhood that 'is 'the ~ ^ue bond of-fietJeratipn, v Unless the members of the federated unions feel within them the burning determination to 'fight the— battles of ^ther«as^heywould fight their own, rules are...

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POPULAR ECONOMIC ARTICLES. Fair Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

POPULAR M0MIC AflfiCLES. F&lr Wages.* _1 AM ask^d -y the editor of Short Cuts toj» .course in public concerning Fair Wstges. . Well, the task affords mo, peculiar pleasure— because. L haven't the very faintest conception myself what l7n^J^ryatr^WriFGK -;jji possibly meaifa— ^ 34iere— is a gentleman in Italy, we are told, who muter takes to cure most known diseases, and many unknown ones, by the application of something that he chooses to describe as Blu« Electricity. _ Now, electricity (within my humble experience) -TO^^i*esitiww=ij^fi-vor- imld_oi_pJ3vwfgL constant or intermittent; but cannot conceivably, it seems toy me, be blue, or grcBir, or red, T)r yellow. .Tust in the same way, I take it, wages -ina^iae^ffit^it^i^J^^ kind or in; coin, squalid or substantial; but 1 don't know liow they can possibly be fair. The adjective attd ihe substantive do not belong .to__ 7 the same category of ideas* You might almost beautiful murder or a charming robbery. ? , For the very conce...

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THE GENERAL COUNCIL, A.L.F. First Annual Session Held in Brisbane on Brisbane on August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

:JUE-fi!Hflftt Wmiii, A.I.F. First Annual Session Held In Brisbane on ^~ August!. Ths first annual session of --the.— Genial i -Jouncil, AJfiJF., was opened at the Q.T.A. poom, Brisbane, on the morning of Friday, ?7Atgtwt-1Jitf-.18?K-i and continued regularly until 10.30 p.nii oh the following Wednesday. The district councils were represented by: Barcoo, M. Fanning ; Brisbane. A. Hinchcliffe ; Char ters lowers, u. m x^onaia ; nocKiiampcon, «i-. C. Stewart; Townsville, T. Foley ; Wide Bay and Burnett, R. Morrisom Organiser G. S. Casey also attended, and Mr. Chas.^ Seymour, provisional general secretary, was present until the institution of permanent organisation. ? ELECTION OF OFFICERS. -'Among the first business was the' election of t, officers, Mr. Wl Richards, of Charters Towers, was first proposed, but this gave rise to a ques tion of eligibility, it being held by several dele^ gates tnatTlie officers,- excepting general secre-j tary, must be elected from the council itself i the...

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THE "WORKER" CALENDAR. From July 29th to August 28th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

fifclMatCfilDMT .From July 29th to August 26th, 1890, Jut Y 29. — Men employed a* Cardiff docks and Welsh collieries resumed work,' pending final — settlement with employers. ~-~ - ~-_ ~~- ? July 30;— Pall Mall Gazette appealed 'for funds _ to enable John Burns to continue membership T-of-irondotrfEng^ GountyiDouncit ^-~ July 31. — Adelaide Suburban Tramway -Co. rtsuuuBu^tue Hours oi tneir employes w ten. ~^ Dock trimmersa«djtip|)ers at Cardiff^ Wales) ^-strucit;for higher wages-and^liorter- hours; ^ _ August 1, — First Annual Session of the General ; iCounciIt,A-3J.lJ!.^ commenced. ~ ~. fifteen.- liutidred'Tyneslde (Jfing. ) joiners' struck in consequence of dissatisfaction at award made by Burt. Renewed disputes on South Wales railways, dockers and colliers joined with railwaymen. -_rr August 2. — Fourteen hundred colUers atTPonty pridd (Wales) struck. *.l -,-_: Dobument^from the Sydney Trades and . Labour Council warning emigrants not to shin to New South Wales, published in Engl...

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"OUT" FOR THE OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

^'IPSfflRiflEiEHSK The maritime -unions of AulSiaTasia afe~on Liitrlke^jiptr as ia most falsely~asserted for the purpose of crt pplrag T)&\ )itaraii3~^tyTaTimHnTg:1? over Industry, but inspired ? by the broadest _^hjtjo£miiom^mto defend the right to organise ^oTT£h¥m^Hn^~officeTs; — Th«-Merea«tile-Ma«ae- lOifieers^ Association of Australasia came into, gether- by the flagrant abuses' which are alwajV^ the lot' of the unorganised workers; Three years ago similar organisation was attempted in the SouUiri3tt*^waA--;HH^H^--^«^^MP t-n** Af p]|ySijirnft^ and Sydney maritime men would not. follow the lead of Adelaide in assisting itto obtaiti justice ; but the times have changed with .the dissemina tion of a nobler and higher understanding ~bf what Labour is and now the marine -Mneers^ to theastonishnient-and-itid^iiatiou'-of- ijhe capita* .list, havjffourid the organised workers', with one single, solitary exception, flock- enthusiastically to their aid. It is felt at last that oh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

MARmWE '«T]RIIE; NOTICE TO MEMBERS QUEENSLAND SHEARERS' UNION. t^t lS7 ^it^ ~A-LEV-¥-of ONE POUND (£l)j»er^ Mem ber having been .struck on '^1 embers of the committees are hereby notified that they must collect same at once and forward to head oftice together with list of shearers working in their shed, said list specifying those who paid levy. The.backs of tickets of all members paying levy must be endorsed to that effect by tlie chairman of the shed committee,, v ? By Order of the Gomhiti'ke. ? _^ — WM. KEWLEY, - — -— - 'SecTQ^.tr. aUEENSLAND LABOURERS' UNION. JtMT The General Executi^ja^Q_^giLfi^Jbhat_ tTls intormed~o7r Sec. T. IMt'Gregor that the i|i«?ensland XabcnirerH* Unipn bas struck a .similar — ? - ? Levy of £1 per Member, payable at once. ALBERT HINCHCLIFFE, Gen. Sec. TO ALL UNIONS ACT DISTRICTS.' &W The General Executive, A.L.F., calls upon all unions and districts to strain every nerve to assist the maritime and waterside unions in their present struggle, which ...

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THE EDITORIAl MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

-THE EDITORIAL MILL To me the stand made last month by 'the -marine officers and the .noble- resjwinse of the kindred labour unions is-one-of-the mostHHjtable features of the tremendous movement going on around us. It is Labour with a capital h- It is a proof that we are on the right road at last. It is a sign of the times coming to iis with all the elo H'v»w «i ** giuriuus mougni., wiui an tiic lorce of a lone: dreamed of but long unrealised expecta tion. For we have held-aloftrtlic; ideal 'that all who work, either with hand or bruin, arc to be knitted together in one great Brotherhood, that the miserable distinctions _of class and caste which have so long played the workers off against each other-and kept them bound in the chains of wages^slaver^ arc to '-Ittj-swept away, that the itime is at hand when, recognising the Humanity that is between uk all, we shall all stand shoulder to shoulder forj?ach other, and when^nour united strength, in7 our reststlcpfr r—^idarity^wg^ shall op...

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

== fltt«)iil4)tlfe CoyrespondaitejvJUi.niflBe write on axis jsiflc -ef the paperionly. Comments, suggestions, theories or any other matter .intended for the 'Heat '? -Both-=£idos ?? coluton should be as short and devoid of superfluities _as poBflible, Correspondents who do not desire to run ~~the rteS of black-UflllUg by having UwU1 signatures at tached to anti-capitalistic ideas should use %. nomde — nhimp. i».nh1fwing thnir nxun ? names_-for th« editor's satisfaction solely. Where no nom-dc-plmne is used, -4he4nitiala only of the name attached' will be inserted* unless express permission to use the lull-name is given. Every worker should feel that he can use the ^e^ai!in^^t1nB~OTvh-paper,:«ib3eclirto unavoidable-edj* torial supervision, without fear audjvijbhout favour. ? — — A oniiRTTON won th w. hush rvTONs :— There is a very serious matter cropping up here just now and I think one that is of very serious im portoncejto the welfare and prosperity of our unions, and it depends wh...

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

is £3 per week. ^Thk 8trikeiHgeereteiiesf4h^^-ojFiii2*U£ riatingin clover, ai*e all pn no-pay. Secretary o WiUiajn^-of Townsyjlle, i£a|p:j5n no pay at all. ._ Next inonttiV J^orkbr wijl contain a synoj-sisof the opinions of the Press, both town and country, some of which it will be startling to ? read in cold blood. ~^ Th eukis a huge joke on4n -the capitalistic line. The shipowners have dubbed their black lej^Bf— ** fret^ labaiWr' thereljy- reviving the Did term ---for as^igned—iJtinvict servants.- Free— ? Juboui'er^^^ll^ip^ Theoldccmirii^ays^S*eBack again and one boss is going to assign his ' free labour ' to-ano^gr boss just as4ie pleases. Thk Central Queensland Carriers' tJnion h&s vot«4 absolute opnfidence in Secretary -Darnell and ©ensured the ( leneraTCouncil for ite resolution dealing with disaffection during Joa daryan. -Afc,-the i?equest of Barcoo t)istric* Becretary McGregor, the General Executive, in the interests of unionism, has sus|}endt*d action on the above ...

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THE SONG OF THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

THE SONG OF THE WORKERS Let us who hear the shrill-voiced cock   With clarion blast disturb our slumbers,   Who to the mill and forge must flock At early morn in countless numbers,   Who for a scanty wage must sell   Our arms and limbs but for our sorrow, The fear of want can ne'er dispel, Nor make provision for the morrow.   The jealous wave, the stubborn soil, Yield up their treasure to our labours ; Our arms are stiff with ceaseless toil To pamper those whom fortune favours, We gather from the hill and vale, ? jgygm sea and shp^jmm mine and meadow^ Those piles of wealth ffie ©yes regale, Yet die oiir8elvcs~Beneath their shadow. PooVsheep ! our backs rich garments give — Tlie^aeii^^^whoiseom-our-statiott^— ^— ^ In pride and luxury they live 7 .. t While toil and waiit degrade the nation. Machines are we ; we Bwe&t &v& bend To raise ^reat buildings higkjwrheaven ; ^ Without us soon the wortd^vp...

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THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. September, 1890. LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 September 1890

ifrptnnher,~1890. ?,-...'.-' LABOUR HI POtiPSCS. . ? Council of thxi. Australian Labour Federation were at all representative, 'individually and collectively ;' if the WooKfilUs-feltby itsownefr subscribers to exnress in anv wav the ideas which float in their minds; if the dominant I thought of the organised workers throughout ; the world has been impressed to any extent upon / Queensland y then the unanimous adoption of / the political recoiumendatM*ns of the (rencral ; Council will follow ^s a matter of course. For - the time ha§! passed wiien intelligent workmen could be frightened from the narrow path *tf Pro _- gress by being told .that the said path wp Altruistic, Socialistic, National Communistic pr^ ~ -fluy-utliHt' ' i^tte~-JK^ty-^^giai^f* ftw-ry%yh-?f*- that unless Labour owns the capital It must use r to live, Capitalism' will own the labourer, 'They* lL-jde*drejw?rywJicre_jiot_to be owned. Conse-. quently, they everywhere approve the economic proposal that Capital-Hthat i...

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Who is the Working Man ? [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

Who Is the Working Man? Not only he withJiomy^hatid, ? ~~ Who delves with pick and spade, Who ploughs or reaps or lifts, the load, J)r follows toilsome trade. .;' Xot only he who brave* the sun . And storm andjwind and rain, ' ? Whose beads of sweat fall from his brow Like drops of'siunmer rain. _ He is a working man, indeed, _^SiiaSone_w_e^nonour too ; ^ \ Butother men iiTijtherJieldB , Are toilers just as true. , __ Who^works' with busy hand ^nd brain ~* And guides the flying pen J^Hiet the thoughts that in him burn .Before his fellow men, ? Who thinks or writes or speaks or acts Toserye his felloWldnd, He is a working man as much As any to my. mind. ? „ 1 Therrsoam no man^vvhate'er Jiis_ work — ___..: ? ^ -^r^ll^Te^i^rt^do^' ^nd he who serves mankind-the best , Should have^nost honour too. ': Exchange.

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