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A Vision. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

A Vision, Before me in procession At the dreary midnight hour From first to last, the victims passed Who died for the Money Power. There were grey-haired men and feeble .tt.au uonruou iuou uuu^bueuuk ; AnaTboys blight-eyed in youthful pride — ^iid-maids^witnrtrBBsefflong. They came from the depths of ocean— The coffin-ship their tomb % From the dark confine of the dismal mine — Where^ife, ^keTJeatbns~glwrai; From the hell of the crowded city, From the whizz of the busy loom, From furnace gorge and fiery forge, And the/sweaters' stifling roonr;^ The pale-faced slave of the needle Andifhe Scarlet One of Sin ; Unkempt, half wild— the gutter child, Widened without and within. From loathsome lazar-house came some, Some clanked the prison-chain ; Tbeir manhood marred, their bodies ,' scarred i Beneath the cross of pain. And a voice of lamentation, ^' A tale of bitter wrong Rose far and nigh to the midnight sky— ' How long, 0 Lord, how long — ' How long shall the mighty spurn us ? And say ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brisbane Bootmakers' Position. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

Brisbane Bootmakers' Position. Bootmakers' Union Secretary Striok laDd says although things in the Brisbane trade are not altogether satisfactory— through the employers' unwillingness to oonfer or appoint delegates to a joint board of employers and employes to settle prices for new kinds of work as they appear— yet, with the exception of four unionists who came out to support union rates, the outlook is not altogether blue. Here are his words : On past occasions the Boot Trade Union has advocated Conciliation Boar.:e for settlement ot matters affecting the trade, with a vi.'w to preventing any rupture between the workers and their employers. Unfortunately this con -OlliatoryjLairiUnnLJint: m»t with ^a .»srnnno it merited, especially when the establishment of suoh a tribunal would equally benefit both Bides. During the past few weeks muoii capital has been made out of a supplementary list for wnrjfefl hy t,h« Rnntyrjajfgrj^TTflinn r,n »jiB«m. plovers, requesting uniformity of Mew~~it...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Black Sheep of the Family! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

The Black Sheep of the gatnlly! What depths of meaning lie concealed 'Neath words we often hear and see — What light surrounds them, when revealed ! ' The black sheep of a family ! - . ? He may have criminal oasire, He may be bad as bad can be ; A thief, a drunkard, and a liar, This black sheep of the family ! He may have ruined happy homes, Have broken hearts, damned chastity ; . Work mischief dire where'er he roams — This black sheep of the family ! And yet — he may be none of these ! He may be honest, truthful, free , From vices ; soomingselfiBh ? But his ambitions clash with theirs, His staid relations— and so he Must go his own road, since he dares — This black sheep of the family ! The old ideas don't suit his mind, He knows, he feels he can't agree With the opinions of his kindT-r - : ., This black sheep of the family ! lie may be wrong— he may be right, In ' barking ' the domestic tree ; Yet he's an alien in their sight— TJ^blackjhj«p^ithjeJ»nnly ] ; ? Ah! many are the patri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

I I 1 ~ \Mm whsbe wnrot nrTSBjrkiafcn / ^^jl WITHTOK \»~ ( II DKLIVKBr Of THK ' WOBl^BB' P 1 1 I8 8CSPBOTKb _f_ ? / j I THK B0SUfB88 MANAOKE SH[)DLD j If BE NOTIFIED ? \ B 8O THAT PAPERS CAN BE SBNT _ L IN ' ? RBGISTEBBD FAOKAOK, ' K \VTBE OB WBITB. . '?'-.. .', fie YeMrly, . ; VAI&BUC IK AOVANOJt. Only- Annual Subscriptions taken at WosicKB Offioe. For abortei ? periods apply to nearest jwwsr ; agent. - BPBOIAL BATES ABBAKQBD FOB MSKBBBS Of ONIONS APPLTJNO THBODOH THEIB 6E0KBTABT. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

AAMrtMag «?*??. ' nnserttonWa,par line P« ta'rtta^ — - - M » ? 8ft« ? *- ' ^ ? a „ fa. .. ? Subscription Kates. «ppllC*tlOD. , Subscriber* teoeiving their Wobseb _witb * btae matt continued unless the -wto^UoJlE,!2i *?«» ~ JfcbftBw psrtoda uiuBt 'wmhc ^th tnftJisaresi, eewiagent. K«wm««bM ?»* Bun ??»? , . -. ? «TffM«'« »»', Tntbot-Btreet. ? Friends of the Labonr Movement should SOBBaMBB XflEHBSLVES ; ' Controlled by th/oo-operating unions. E£{*°* J$?r te^attralMia. ^^«P«'«*J»g —^IhS^^^aSA^^ '^&!-AlJ communications regarding subscrip tions and circulation should be addreBsea BuslneBS Manager, WoBKBB, Gloucester and Philip streets, Brisbane.

Publication Title: Worker
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New Australia alias Argentina alias Parag[?] TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WORKER": [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

-New AnstraHn, nIta«Aggentiaaalift» Paraenav. TO THE RDITOE OK THE 'wninfRw': — SistGt^4&rcir^wantsto know how thu voluntaryisia will bo killed bj witling i.i a foreign country. Why men could not leave the country, &c. I will answer the first question by asking another. Why an; arguments in favour of- immigration ueei1. such as 'cutting the bridges behind vou.;' sible,' unless it be to force auy member that may tire of Utopia, ytid crave to get away to remain. Men (.waldn't leave the settlement because the average Englishman and Australian prefor being among people who speak a language that they uudeistand and who ar« not in the habit of slipping H lo::g knife under on^jhojild^MalBrifroir thu quiot. ? Juat fancy — a» — Aubtralian nettlunent being established in kanaka land or China and then ask yourself if yon would care to leave it and take, the leproun chows and kanakas for mates. This is the 41 force of circumstances ' to which I reply — a force of circumstance th...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

y ASK »0» ininA'Q IIKIIHM QTftPE HUQHENOEN AMI U A o UN I UN olUnt, a wiNTON. \II certainly is the only store where-th« workers wm gaTe7e. in the £ in baying tbe bert goods. (( THE Social Horizon,' 8a.; 'The Dawn of I Radicalism,' 8s.; 'The State in Relation lo Labour,' 8s.; 'Political Economy in Eng Uud'fls.; postage 8a. extra each. To be obtained ftt J. H. Thompson & Co.'s, 80 Qoeen-Bt., Bris .?_ ^ti^ijftrg^vftrietv of Books and Stationery. TiRrGABRiELrph^°ian and 'Licentiate in Mid' U wifei-y, Physicians' U&M, Burgeon and Ltoentiate in Midwifery, Surgeon'6 Hall, Edin bttreh. RfBiigncP) nonr tnr- fimr, Blnnknll. Advice free daily. Other hours advice and mpdiolne, 10s. 6d. For shnpip -?iiieapep mafllnlnp — OOlf charge. Unvote hospital for patients £& a week.* ^.fivico by letter vitfi mtuiiine, 10?. fid. Beveateen years' professional Experience. ? *MEW HOWE and all the best makes of Sewing Ml Machines at Reduced Cash Prices or Time -Payment (Bent any part of-...

Publication Title: Worker
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GENERAL COUNCIL, A.L.[?] Third Annual Session. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

[?] ~ ' third AnnmJ B—iott. ~* The thud annual ansion ot the Genera Oouncil was^ opened in the office of th- A.W.T7*. Longreach. on the evening ol Wednesday/ 22nd February, 1898. The jrewident {Mr. D. Bowman) oocupied the; chair. Credentials w«re read and accepted as folio w« : Mr. William Balfour, Oharle-f ville Branch A.W.U.i Mr. CharleB ** nv«.u^ rr«»ku_rf-» »u»-u a or rr .i Mr. J. A. CampbeU, Longreaoh Branch A-W-O^Mr. O. O. Googh, Rockhamp ton A.W.U,; Mr. David Bowman, Bris bane Distriot CounoU. Mr. C. M'Donald! also held credentials from the Charters 1 Towers A.W.U. The general organiser '~- -Mr. G. S. Casey) and the general seore tary (Mr. A. Hinohdiffe) were also present. The Gulf District Council, Croy- ' don, and the Gympie District Council warejinrepreaented. ? ^- ? Correspondence was read and received m follows: From the bon. sec. Australian Alien and Pauper League, Sydney, for warding copy of their -manifesto and objects along with a request that public meetings in supp...

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NEW AUSTRALIA ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

1ST AUSTRALIA ITEMS. The current issue of the New Australia journal contains a great deal of informa tion that must be of interest to every unionist in Queensland, for although we are not all going to Paraguay, the country in wnicu m nas oeen r.nauy aeciuea cu establish the settlement, most of us have friends who are, and any way we want to know all we can about the conditions under which the greatest social experiment that the mudem world has seen fa going to be made. The land selected by the prospectors was described in^ recent cablegram as being ef splendid quality and well watered and timbered, out so far there has been no chance of obtaining anything like a full and detailed account of the locality from those who *were intrusted with the all - important work of selection. Whilst the New Australians themselves had the utmost confidence in their pros pectors, the conflicting ideas on the subject of soil and climate throughout the greater part of South America to say nothing of th...

Publication Title: Worker
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COMPETITION AND CO-OPERATION—I. TO THE EDITOR, WORKER: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

GOMPHITION AND CO-OPERATION-!. TO THK EDITOB, WOBKSB : In the southern colonies the outward trend of the Labour Movement has t*en apparently different to that of Queensland^ Northward State Socialism has come uppermost; while Single Taxisin is coin -^ ^paratively — unknownr — Smrttnrard, the Single lexers. f«rm a potent influence in Labour circles, mrticulariy m the countnv. -districts. \V- G. Spenceis_a]uiosyijS.ingle Taxer. W. V^jSeati, Arthur Rae, James Mooqey, atfiTtnost of the better known Wagga A.S.U men are avowe4 Single Taxere. Ttte Bourke unionists arweon siderably impregnaterl with the idea. Such places as Hay and Albury are »trougholds -of--th«^4octrin«^ — Whilo tbo KfligliUof Labour assemblies are very like Single T»xf3i- meetings, Peter McKaught, Master Workresan of the Sydney K. of L., being nnp nf Hit. laaHipfr Si'npte T:i\prK in the Labour-in-politics movement ? Lcoiild_ran- over a score of namevJrtiiDWM from one end jjf lhfiijusli-t«-the'6ther, and well knowu on the...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

UBOUR IH POLITICS. The bogus plebiscite at-^31ermont resulted thus :-P. Killeen, 29S. J. M. Cros*,175LT. Foden, 40. TaaN.aW. OounoU refuses to reoonJ sider^s mangling of the Electoral BiU ml intraiucing a^qte for thrift. mm—- - __H Those in the bmow at MaryooruuKu regard the ohanoes of theJLabour candi date* there as distinctly good. THB election of offioers-for the Wool loougabba Worker*' Political Organisation takes place on the 16th inst. R, H. Smith, M.L.A., who takes Jus salary for *' representing' Bowen, wants to be heard from to see if he is anxious to -re-apply for the job, sosays JU-rlJkMSQn_ Times. W. H. Ramm. the labour man for the Fitzroy, keeps moving and covering a lot ^f g-A.»Ti^ tW- fhn dividend-monger wont be able to get over next trip. Chataway, who engineers the in terests of the planters through the Maehay Mercury and Sitgar Jowrwd talks of standing for Mackaytin place of Black, for the banks. Cbotdon gave Hodgkinson the oppor tunity of doing the work of the synd...

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AMALGAMATED WORKERS UNION. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

AMAUiAMAIUJ WUKMffij UNION. AjuumI Meeting. The second Annual Conference of dele gates from Hughenden, Charleville and Longreaoh was opened at Longreach on Monday morning, Feoruary 13th, 1893. Through the non^arrival of delegates from Charleville owing to flood tbe conference, was postponed until Wednesday morning, February 15. Secretary Kewley took tbe ohair pro tern, and cretfentials were ac cepted from John Amor, John Dias, Chas. M'DonalH7~Hughenden ; T. Evans, John Rftgan, WT Balfnur, Charleville ; M. B. Wilson, J. A. OampbeU,~H.— J^Jackson, ?- Longi-each. Mr. C. M 'Donald was elected chairman, The balance-sheet of eaoh branch of the ^sW0JU_iJ^4v4J^ILi-«si--^fint™L District Council were read and adopted. Resolved— That in the event o1 any money or tickets being sent to the secretary of any other branch than to which they belong, such secre tary shall forward same immediately to their rwynutive bianolnat. ? Resolved— Time the Longreach and Charle ville branches be recommended to ...

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A CHAT ABOUT THE CONFERENCES. THE FITZGERALD EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

A CHAT ABOUf THE CONFERENCES. By Gilbert Ctaaey. THE FITZGERALD EPISODE. At Longreaoh the A.L.F. delegates were besieged by the townspeople in regard to the candidature of Mr. Fitegerald. Every one seemed totowbeen waiting for a Cog- \ fight, man-fight, or something of that kind. A-meetiQg was wanted 4iumediately^Jl not i.i sooner, to reply to ^the charges made by~^ FitegeraldTOid^lefend tin position-taken J up by thw Central Executive. We, how ever, decided to transact union business be fore taking any part in political matters. This was very disappointing to some and I had to attend a meeting of the P.P.A. to reassure them and explain that there was j i^tthellighteat intention ot letting Fitz gerald off without giving him an oppor tunity of proving his assertions and defend ing his position. It was also pointed out ii ,i I, ;i ? 1.1 V»n hnH-nr in fr.Viri firnti nlanft to give him an opportunity of climbing down gracefully from the pedestal on which he was mounted. If he would not ...

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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

[?] ? Gtmpie workera propose T to sail in for the vacant seat on the Municipal OpanciL Db. M'Glyno, excommunicated for taking part in the anti-poverty orusade in New York (U.S.A.) six years ago, is again restored J» his plaoein the fi.0. Church, — As ex-member of the Swedish Senate is touring Australia to see if there is any land to be given away for the settlement of Swedish immigrante, 30,000 of whom dear out annually. . -. . Thk Brisbane Sun says that judging from the balance shee-«omebody seems to be making 'a good thing' out of the Wobkee. No doubt, but it does not seem as if anybody was making much out of* the Sun. ——: ~~ 'r No fewer than 600 Gympie miners have been blocked working for at least 4 months by the flood. Yet all the Toiser jn -capawe Government reliet pw^r could do was to take a jaunt through the township at the public expense. During flood time the news was sown broadcast that the various barracks of the ^Salvation Army in Brisbane were crowded with refugees and ...

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[?] CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

v-j ? ^ - ? muimcdo uraiuiUAIOHL' A large »nd enthosiastic public meebug was held in the Town Hull, Longreaoh on Tuesday, tbe 28bh ultimo, when Messrs. A. Hincholiffe and D. Bowman (membere ot the Oentral Political Exeoutive) and Mr. G. S. Oftsey explained why Mr. O. B. Fitzgerald ^ad not received the Labour Jrarty'S enaorsemsno in nu canaioacure lor the MitchelL Mr. Ma,t. Wilson, a local elector, oooapied the chair. Hinoh oliffe pointed out that Fitzgerald had not only not oomplied with the conditions necessary for Labour candidature, but had endeavoured^ to form an organisation (the AlieTralia^^emocr^clieggiietinButnnba whose platform was not in harmony with that of the Labour Party and the members of which were recognised as, bitter op -fHwmtff nf TiahnT'*. *** '?fiftd oqrreBpoud ence passiug between thli Australian Democratic League and the A.L.F. so far back as June las to show that the antipathy towards Mr. Fitzgerald's organisation was not of recent date but had existed since...

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

CEHtRAL NEWS SUMMARY. FOE THE WEEK ENDING MAECH 8. London banks with branches in Australia are petitioning the British Executive to veto the bill passed by South Australian Parliament for the disposal of unclaimed moneys. The French Government is prosecuting ? Paris Figaro for publishing Panama _ evidence coanectinar Frevcines and Flo quet with the Bwindle. Grover Cleveland assumed the President ship of the capitalistic United States March 4. The Russian Czar has lifted the order of expulsion of Jews from Russia. An English military commandant for New ? South Wales at £11250 a year at tBT people's expense. \ A temporary wooden bridge is proposed to ' I be added to the remaining halt of the ? Victoria Bridge connecting Tf6rtrr-Hd South Brisbane. ; Griffith proposes to grab the Chief Justice ship and the £3,500 a year March 15. Central Flood Relief Fund up to March 8, £39,301. Meston's Wild Australia show that started to tour the world, stranded in Melbourne. Wesleyans in annual . con...

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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

THE WHUI Of LABOUR. ? Saitebn Creek shears in -theteginning of May, but the stands are already being sorted out. C&oydon miners are petitioning the warden against granting so many exemp tions. A large number of workers of all kinds o.k- m&lrincr fchnir wav to Brisbane in the hops-of-gatting-work. They had better stay where they are. TraoN won\ioin the. N.S.W. squat ters' union, notwithstanding the induce ment of getting' his sheep shorn by scab labour at 17s. 6d. a hundred. Obganiseb Casey will devote his energy during the rest of the yeartolec Tiuring, organising, and general missioning amongst the bush unions. Over 900 unemployed workers have' already enrolled theirnames for- jobs that Ttre not forthcoming 3E~ the newly opened want-of-labour bureau at Townsvifle. Stanthobpe storekeepers and ' em-, ployees propose to have a weekly half nohday. Such a reasonable proposal^ doesn't~wanTiuucb t&lkintf about. SvDNKr unemployed condemn the Government Labour Bureau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

« \ . .*. t . j. ??— j u tiiniUN. ~ Itoerulnly ia the only store where cue workers am save 7s. in the S. in buying the hert goods. (( THE Social Jiorteon,' «s.; 'X«» !***»-* I RadioaUem,' 8s.; 'The State in Relation M Labour,' 8s.h« Political Economy in »ng I«ar8s.;jpo8tage8d.extoaeach. Tobeobtained ' at J. H. ^SfiiTOOiBf*^o.4B,«H3ue««tnJaria *Wio. Lame variety of 3ooka andL6tationery._ fiRTGABRIEL. Physician and Licentiate ln~Mid- ,. ; W wllery, 'Pnysiciaus1 Hall, Burgeon and Lioentlatem Midwifery, Burgeon's Hall. Edin burgh, Residence, near the Bore, &****£. Aflvioe tree daily. Other hours advioe and medicine, 10a. 6d. For simple flineases medicine only charge. Private hospital for paweutti *3 a ? week,, Advice by letter wku int«Hc;no. lUa- «-L- Beventeen years' profe8s5onaj_expmBucc;___ IJAOAME WfelGEl'8 Oat ^peTPatt^sTTO. — -i«flf*e measure. Trousers from 13b. Od.; Buits Wftk-street, Valley.- ? _ ? : MONEY immediately available on deeds, plate, J.fflitzgerald, Imperia.1 ...

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FOR THOSE W[?] REMAIN. No. III.—Ten Men Anywhere. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

, for those m mm. Br^tmi^immf ? No. m.-TmWm Jkmattom. |Bhe ten men would no* ilijftmr wheat, |Hwe only instanced wheaflbrodaotion m M land, _ which 1ms atmi$r diffeeenoBH fls advantage for any ae whatever. ^Bfth might) try to apply all- -his wiite at first by protucing directly with his own lands the articular things he required. But that would not be for long. Nature made men free-traders. Because they have different capacities and inclinations, and because the conditions of diffeipnt countries, or different parts of the 6MB6-Ct-UDtry, favour different kinds-of production, Bach man can most easily supply his needs, as can the men of each country or district, by producing certain things only and exchanging them forother_ — UiiugififliUarly produced under tffifmoat favourable craau&stanoes. Each of the ten mea I am dealing with would not try to grow his wheat, weave his clothing, make his boots, cultivate his froit and — vegetables, lnauufaelurt) his implements, catch bis fis...

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BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

1BVSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK' ? v ? Events have overwhelmingly demon strated tliti absolute incapacity of the Central Flood Belief Com kelief niittee to deal adequately, or from scch in ^any vdeeree satisfactorily. V belief, with thtr wurk which these' | self-appointed people have l^en in hand. The committee is a crowd jf Individuals thrown indiscriminately / togetrNt invested with tremendous powers _miH I anhjfrct to no Biipnrginifwr m^ W^pr.^ - bUity- 4o ^tnyune. As the Worker con tended fron\the day of the first deluge, the relief- Of mf BoDO lifferers was really the bttrinaWkOf *he i&overnment with the aid , of hm oawmittjAes. In short, it waswork foHMMM^ *here are any) responsible WmSmm^m it is not hope lessly cornipt) AjAttBgk the legislature to the people. idgSS^ reasonable has not even been dwanafrpft » MC . themost the members of.fhe 0o\$ijRmeat4id during the early days of MmUm itetoiee that the ladies h&d^|Sj5pp«W**ll day long, with the n-mf&Fm£* to keep t...

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