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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

1 ^ WEEKLY BSOE DF 'WMKE^ 16,000 ''gagiff'- 16,000 Advcrtling Bat—. (Vive par oentdiaoount tor payment in advance.) 1 insertion 1M. per line per insertion. an n BO. „ * „ M „ 7d. „ SutMorlptlon Rates. BofOLX Sdbsobibbss, per year, post free .. 6s. Term* to unions, groups and newsagents on application. Remlttcvnoea. BemlttanoM to the Wowora should be made where possible to cheque, port office order or poetaiBote payable to Business Manager. Stamps can, however, be sent where, other form of remittance is in any way inconvenient. Subscribers ? receiving their Wobkeb with a blue mark through this paragraph will understand that the term of (heir subscription has One Mouth to ran, after which date the paper will be dis continued unless tue subscription is renewed. Amhual Subscriptions only received -at the - ^^^JgomoaJ)fflcetJtfao8«i-iieqgiring tho paperfor snorter periods must arx&nffe wtth the nearest ? newsagent Newsagents and Bun Boys in Brisbane and suburbs can get extra copi...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

*' WOBKSB' BCB8OBIPTI0N : 8m. Y«airly, PATABtS IN AD74K0B. Only Annual Sabscriptions taken at WOBKBB-Qffioe. For anortef periods apply to nearest news agent. SPECIAL BATES AKUANGED FOB MEMBEBS OF UNIONS *? APPLYING THBO0GH TREIB 8S0BETABT,

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

WHERE WILFCl DJTBBFKBfiNOE WITH THE DBUVERT OP THE ' WOBEEB' ? tB SCSPKCTBD ] I THE BUSINESS MANAGER SHOULD BE NOTIFIED SO THAT PAPEES CAN BE SENT IX p.kgistebed package, wire ob write. '7 ?''

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

? ^ 25 TONS TPBACOO.-I will forward, P0ll SPECTACLES. Workers, send'io~flBFFNPlmr* ' BARfiACLOUOH, Optician^ Brlsbanffi^ ^t ghwet ana p&nnphletB. jrc-e. est -tJireoi-Jiflijortif-r iromJ Great Britalnrthe S' JOHN- HUNTER **££** Evej;v_palr_8ua'am,oed. ' ? n rt V t repaired by T. J. AN I HONV ? Bni£N^'lCK.-HTU13ET, VaLLET. W ATP R P ROfi F trusses, Arnidinnsbi Bnd Surjfjotil Apjilianow (locally manufnct.steriV SwrKicnl Instrument nn1 Cutlery w' rfr w May, late -May^Duli!, rr.at;agfef), ISC EaWr'' St.,bciv.-een Qaftn i;T!d Mizabnth s(S., Uhm'sru' TAILOR. U2 E-iwara-street, Britbact E. MYERS, ''Hlfflf * BI.ACKALL. T)» lui-g.^.i, ^hcaiJi-'bi. iiud Lost se.tctr-d ^-j, ^^''?fti Qi-.eensiB.ud. AH work guaraateeil ' A TRIUMPH liaHUTTON'S $!Z HJI18 »»« sS,, BfCtt are tL'.c bt.U' ::j the .iolnuies. All re=-fOtal.;t £._ornkoi.'y£!-' owi ,;uj;ply you with these ?coi£ R A R fi A i i'!^ W F H- savage;gol;,-*i «,«. LGNGRtACH, rf -ouvince imtroii' 'hn i CROYfiClls. - liavt the uhsaye;:, :arg...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMPETITION AND CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

COMPETITION AMD CiH)PEBAT101H. TO THE SWTOB, WQBKBB-: ? ? In the aoutheru colonies the outward trend of the Labour Movement has t.een apparently different to that of Queensland. Northward State Socialism has come uppermost ; while Single Taxism is com paratively unknown. Southward, the Single -Tnxers form a~potwnt~influencB in Labour circles, particularly in the country districts. W. G. Spence is almost a Single Taxer. W. W. Head, Arthur Rao, James Mooney, and most of the better known Wapga A.S.U men are avowe4 Single Taxere. Toe Bourke unionists are con siderably impregnated with the idea. Such place* as Hay and Albury are Btrongholds ' of the doctrine. ? While thn Knights of Tjibour assemblies are ~v£fy~1ikp- Suigle Tsxei- meetings, Peter MeNaufcht, Master Workniau of the Sydney K. of L., beinp one of threading Single TAixers in the Labour-in-polMoli ihmwiibiit. I«oukl run over a score of names, known from oue end of the bush to the other, and well known on tho'QnFpnslaied~Goast_a...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. WiKTok, reports a strong stream of men passing through with no prospect of pulling up where work is to be had. Adelaide master bakers declare that they mean to have freedom of contract and everything else as set forth in their recent manifesto. Mrs. Summer-field, A.W.U., and other women organisers and agitators have recently been doing excellent work amongst the female workers of Melbourne. Cabryiko from Jericho was prevented going through the union agent, and some BlackaU blacklegs were rung in to do it under freedom of contract. ? — rr— ——- — ^ The Trade and Labour bodies of Port Augusta (S. A.) and district have decided on forming a trade and labour district council. Brisbane Eight-hour Day was already set down for the world's Labour Day, May 1, instead cf Wednesday last, as formerly, so that there was no necessity for postpone ment. .-Newcastle miners lodges have with- ' drawn from the N.S.W. Trades and Labour Council, and the suggestion to form a local diet...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

GENERAL MEWS SUMMARY. FOB THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 2. Flood Relief Fund of Queensland amounted to £2-!,417 up to March 1. Rob arbitration job on *-!) days up to March 1. Griffith, Byrnes, Drake and Shand in attendance and in receipt of fees and refreshers at the Government expense. Mount Morgan declared another (id. div. to shareholders. Five Anglo-Australian Bank officials on — iaMTn-MelbournB'T;haTged-with issuing a false balance-sheet with intent to de fraud. The Queen will open the Imperial In stitute in full regalia May 11. M'llwraith has left Colombo for Queens land, just as well in wealth as when he cleared. ? Victorian Parliament pro-rogued March 2. tSovefnoTJersey and hirwife cleared froui _ N.S. W. with bag and baggage March 1. Full Court quashed P.M. Pinnock's con viction against Worker vampire car toon Feb. 24. Public appeal now being made in England for funds to the Queensland Flood Re lief Fund. Hobbs, Wright and Newman committed fnr t-ria,! on V-hftrgftR arising out or t...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITORIAL MILL [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

_^mMmkimL On Tuesday last we got the news that Sir Thomas M'Hwraith had sailed from Colombo. The same day Sir Richard ^Trai|^ejiiBked_ajiyiMtioa-tn^iie~Bau8e^bl CommopB regarding Indian coolies for Australia. Of course that may have been merely a coincidence ; but in the~^ight of its nast action on the subject of coloured labour the Government has no right to feel TtgHOTWlif ^tte-pubtie Toindr impelled 'by the rumours that ha vs been afloat ever since the Colonial Treasurer selected the distant Orient as his official health resort, inclines to the opinion thai) his tour was really a journey of oommerce and that the recovery of his health was a matter of less importance than the opportunity of satis f actory arrangement with foe authorities of India or Japan for another influx of aliens. ' Additional probability is lent; to the theory by the movements of Mr. Hume Black. Months have passed since that gentleman was empowered by a corrupt and servile parliament to proceed to England at ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FOR THOSE WHO REMAIN. No. III,—Ten Men Anywhere. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

_- F0BJHOSEJHHOJHMA1H ? By John Fabbell. wa. OL-rTW M«» Anywhere. What ind«Btri^l competition » means v-« monoDoly of the raw material of tStJSvSa»V^' °.oul*8Uch ffiole condition of things arise if men hadamality of access to natural oppor *Tn!tiM' there are two ways by which a Zn oan'oompel other men to yield to him ^L^^Jn a Portion of. what they ^a-ihe simple old way ot torcibleeom 5S«d new way of securing elements .JriJfeoHt which men cannot liye^andexact^ ine rent for the use of them. Is there a third way by which the possessor of superior strength, skill, or knowledge or theowner of great accumulations of wealth could levy toll upon his fellows if access to nature's gifts were as free to them as to 'in order to show this I will instance what would hare happened in building up a neff ^immunity if thejiersonsjcomprijiBg. it clearly uuderstood how to conserve in dividual-liberty and .establish industrial freedom on a sure foundation. All Social ists agree, I think, that individual...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THAT VAMPIRE CARTOON. The Press condomns the government. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

-flttrtM»^^ The Press Condemns the Oeremmetit^ Perhaps after reading the following ex tracts, clipped from newspapers of widely different political views, some of them strong supporters of the Government, tbe Solicitor-General will begin to realise tbe kind of blander he made in trumping up a case against the Workbb under the Act for the Suppression of Indecent Ad vertisements. ' BEFORB THE FCLL OOTJBT DECISION. — Although the Poatanaster-General did hot feel jostiEeTrnpreven^ng^Be Wobkib from passing through the ''P.O.,' the Attorney General has been badgered into ordering a prosecution under the Indecent Advertisements Act of 1892. The artist has given a diabolical glare to the spec tacled eyes And human features of the vampire, and thelttitudes are indelicate, but as only the bast of the female figure is nude, there is nothing really indecent about the oartooiiTor*t^anyEatemoceBQ than what appears in many classical and artistic journals, nor is it more revolting than many of the ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SMOKE-NO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

? — SMOKHO '~ A kiQUOB Bill, to provide* for the brewing, doctoring and Helling of alcoholic drinks by the State is in preparation by a Maoriland M.L.A. The editor of the Herberton Advertiser has gone under through running his paper straight. A deluge hy the banks is more devastating than any flood. 1 An exodus of good, unionists from Ravenswood to the Towers in consequence of the scarcity of work at Ravenswood has been going on for some time past. Not a single newspaper has raised its voice in support of the Government proBe cution of-the-WtJBKEfii- E ven r the Brisbane Telegraph has held its tongue in its cheek. M'Ilweaith's health accommodates itself to the financial-legal- political situa tion and, he now returns from India. It won't be long before he is again sick— very sick. Very sick indeed ! Alderman M'Lean has sent in a bill to the Flood Relief Committee for £7 cab lare, incurred l-y himself. A~woman gotr three-months for obtaining two helpings of relief. Melbourne Commonwe...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

? UH»IJR-TO^S— English Chief Justice Coleridge rules that a capitalist can't sue union officials for inducing workers to break (freedom of) contracts. Chicago railway switchmen's, strike has succumbed through the presence of hosts of unemployed rendered 'free' through hunger. Swiss workers are thoroughly organ ised, a 'free labourer' is a rarity and strikes are consequently few and far be tween. ? Joly 6 is to be observed as ' Home stead ' or Labour Independence Day in the -States in ^remembrance of 'tbe memorable rout of the Pinkertons when approaching to kill unionists at Carnegie's steel works. A syndicate of United jJtates capita lists has bought up the East Canadian Coalmines to monopolise the coal supply on the Atlantic slope and more 'effectively cut the hewing rates. London comps. are protesting against the^ County Council and London School 3bard printing department being so mis managed as to cause overtime while men are out of work. A one man one vote bill called the Regist...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

ifcuNIONSfORE.Wff It certainly is the only store where the workers nn navti 7b. in^the '* 1n buyinR'the~bBn~«tooas. Ci THE Social Horison,' 8s.; 'The Dawn of 1 Radicalism,' 8s.; ' The State in Relation to Labour,' 8s.; 'PoUtioal Eoonomy in Bng l«Qd'8s.; postage 8d. extra each. To be obtained ftt J. H. Thompson & Co.'s, 80 Queen-st., Brls fc&ne^Largejariety of Books and Stationery. flR. GABRiOL, Physician and'Llcentiateln Mid U wUery, 'PhyBiciaus' Uoll, Surgeon and Licentiate in Midwifery, Burgeon's Hall, Edin burgh. Residence, near the Bore, Blaokall. Advice free flaily. Other hours advice and medicine, 106. 6d. For simple ditteaBes medicine only charge. Private hospital for patients £2 a week. Advico by letter wih tutoii inp, 10?. M, - Seventeen years' professional experience., s MEW HOME and all the best makes of' Sewing Vi Machines at Reduced Cash Prices or Time Payment (sent any part of the Colony). Genuine — NeeaieT?rt-i1, Shuttles, Fittingly Parts for alT Sewin...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

lABOUR^d-TOUTICSr— Corfield announces his intention to again seek election for the Gregory in the interests of himself and the banks. --,, N.Z. Knights of Labour held a dietric ') meeting recently at Palmereton and passed a series of resolutions of the right \ sort. A Christian Electoral and Moral Reform League has been formed for the electorate of Northumberland (N.S.W.) Next! Cairns has surely had enough of the syndicate-bank government party in Wimble without continuing the infliction ? with either Byrnes or Lumley Hill. Folev, Lowry, Lynch and Ogden are to submit to a plebiscite to irun for labour in -politics against the nominees of syn dicates and slave labour at Townsville. The corrupt Nel-Griffilwraith parlia ment has been pro-rogued to March 21 to enable the arch-syndicator, M 'II wraith, to return and fix the hind-grab railway iwojeet.- ? - — Db. JLouth, of Townsville, is giving up his local club practice with a view to run ning for the Burke He'll get ;:iysic enough from ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CONSPIRATORS AND THEIR FOUL ATTEMPT [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

? , ? Z ? - ? . ? , ? THE CONSPIRATORS, AND THEIR FOUIT ATTEMPT SAINT FREDERICK: All ri*t. ' ^,W«., Vou stOp up thcre. Numhcr g t, tU ^ ff( ^ ^ his knife in, no we'll Id him do the job. ' t ?

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK ? ^ ? . ? The LaboiULParlia.ment_ef -Q^jwusland has just held it« annual session. Nothing ? but the moat meagre — »c— a.l.k. AXNi'Ai. count of its doings ha? yet sjekting. reached Brisbane, but be fore the publication of the next issue the president and secretary will have returned to town and the WoiiKEK will be able to tell its readers exactiy what took place. Meanwhile it ii- satisfactory to pather from a reso luticn adopted reaffirming the prin ciple of arbitration and conciliation in in dustrial disputes that the boys have still as little confidence in the utility of strikes as a remedy for social evils as they had when the discouragement of recent defeat was fresh upon them. The scheme of pro ductive aud distributive co-operation, sub mitted by the General Executive and ordered to w priuusu huu circulated amot»ff the unions with a view to its early adoption, is certainly a step — and a big step-in ihe right direction ; while the enormous amount of politica...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Australia alias Argentina Paraguay. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 March 1893

_ New Australia alias Argentina alias Paraguay. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WORKER":       Sister "Dick" wants to know how the voluntaryism will be killed by settling in a foreign country. Why men could not leave the country, &c. I will answer the first question by asking another. Why are arguments in favour of immigration used such as "cutting the bridges behind you" "getting as far from the old life as pos- sible," unless it be to force any member   that may tire of utopia and crave to get away to remain. Men couldn't leave the settlement because the average Englishman and Australian prefer being among people who speak a language that they understand and who are not in the habit of slipping a long knife under one's shoulder blade on the quiet. Just fancy an Australian       settlement being established in kanaka- land or China and then ask yourself if you would care to leave it and take the leprous chows and kanaka...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

TO READERS. The Editor asks workers in ail parts of the country to send scraps of nevre for publication. Personal experiences in th».» sheds, on the min*??, or at sea. are often of more general interest than those to whom they ncenr art* nfft to imagine.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

Editor's Letter Box. F. C. Wabbkn : No nomination ad. was received, or it would of course have appeared. R. Ltnden Ckone : Your letter containing complaint re delegates to con ference seems to be purely a matter for the branch to consider. Warbego Democratic Association calls for nominations for the Warrego. Details in notification column on page 4. ? A prt«T nffice man with his eye on the general election writes, *' UnmacK wuTDe~ sacked himself this time— the butcher is to be slaughtered instead of the pig.' The Mildura Irrigation Company, limited, got under way by Chaffey Bros, to irrigate profits and divs for themselves, is being wound up in liquidation. Chief Justioe Darley will do all the actiuK-governing necessary in New South Wales till Duff arrives and is put into the ways of the job. Lord Knutsford, late Tory Secretary for the Colonies, has joined the London board of directors of Chaffey Brothers— limited irrigatots of pronto from other peoples* labour. Ths International So...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How some P.P.A.'s are Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

How Borne P.P. A-'a axe Worked. A correspondent describes a state of affairs amongst the Labour Party at Cler mont whi^b, ^ trnp, w it -|nyr*oe to every* one concerned. Amongst those nominated by the local political association to take their chance of being chosen by plebiscite ... T.ahnur candidates were Mr. Killeen (a publioan of Clermont) and Mr. Foden. They were nominated, it is stated, by seven members of the Association, four of whom had become members only a day or two previously, and apparently with the one XuL^t, of giving their friends Killeen and I Foden a 'leg vf in the world ot poUtios. That in Itself was bad enough; but that was not alL These gentlemen. ^.-n _**.*_ XJJ'*\T-vitxifa f*nrt^WTK-n(IPnt* JIM made tihe poor P.P.A. so unpopular by hanflT''tT it obvif-i''^y fnr *;'n'r own ends IwT^h Kftf^a the'Dlebisoitewas taken— when ita services were nataraUy ol : most importanoe-it ooUapsed. Before its death, however, a committee of five *as appointed to manage the voting a...

Publication Title: Worker
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