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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 March 1893

THE EDITORIAL MILL The Labour Party has more friends than enemies JnQueenslapd-*t lwt as Labour men we fchink so-but it has one ' friend 1 ?? more dangerous than all its enemies. The ambitious man, the self-imftkei^_gr_ the! generally honest but incapable man, the m-ui «}-n at all hazards is bent upon sacn filing hiimwlf m.t the shrike of parliamen law * wpresentation-he is the one serious factor for harm. Suoh a man ts of csurse a | natural product of political life. Yon can no more have politics without schemers than motddy cheese without maggots. You find the schemer at present all over the ,™,ntary, In every oonstfeueuoy where there is a ohanoe of a brush at the coming elec tions. He exists under emy conceivable (raise— here u a member of an industrial organisation, there as a local tradesman, .nLahimi aim Ma Dolitdcal swaoman en the tramp from place to place in search of rearoh of rest for the sole of his foot, j Everywhere, however, in tome form or ; everhedoec ihe causes trou...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

ARIPA'S UNION STORE.^a.' ;B-M«t-lnly 1« the onlyjtorejhere the worker* ^WrawWTi. ta the £ fa buymg tteT-aB1&6ai. !MTH£_ Social Horizon,' its.; 'The Dawn of I Radicalism,' Bs.: 'The State in Relation [10 fcabonr,' B$.; 'Political Eoonomy in Eng ? land/86.; ppstageSa. extra each. To be obtained Ml J. B. Thompson & Cg.'b, 80 Queen-st., Brifl j ?: bane. Large variety of Bootee and Stationery. nriR. GABRIEL, Physician and Licentiate in Mid I If wifery, Physicians* HaU,- Surgeon and Twnrgh. Residence, near the Bore, BlaoktOL. j- Advice free daily. Other boars advice and 1 mediolne, 10s. 6d. For simple diseases medicine - only charge, i'rivate hospital for patients £8 a « ween. Advice by letter with medicine, 10b. 6d. | Seventeen years' profession*! experience. ? ;' QTOPPINQ and troublesome Watches effectually / O oared. Unequalled method. Difficult Watches _ \ put in order. Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed. Testimonials from nil 'ovenfae Colony; Cncor D. Ijjatt & So...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lilley on New Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

MUoy on New Australia, / Opponents of the New Australia move ment in the Southern colonies are tr/ating it to all the rancour and misrepresentation that generally greets every ''sWke' ot ' Labow for fair conditions. Ntft coxttent ?with the vilest abuse, under plea of 56,Oo6 are unemployed in i Australiar^ffld: allow to be sweated to death, or to be driven on to the streets wifliout any pro Jast, some of these^pentry are endeavouring to pettoade the Paraguayan people, whom ihey are nlifyiiig to us, that our frirods, the New Austaraiiamen, are most undesir able folks to let 'into a country. Sir Charles Lilley. while utill Chief .Tncfcina, was tneretore approached on the subject, ~~ which indicates she gulf that divides mop men as Higinbotham, (hey, and LQley ? trom Toe petty cavilling ' short-sighted ? politiciana whn fan nnly aa° thffir itPmB- ? - diate self-interest. Lllley'c paegionate attachment to Old Australia has been so often shown that the generous as»ibtanoe given to New Aus...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW AUSTRALIA PIONEERS. To Master near Bourke, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

____MDIILM[S™UA_EIilM£EeS___ To Master Hear Bonrke, N.S.W. The following official notification to New Australia members of the mustering of the first batch jb being oironlated. ? Jf loneer camp will be opened near Bourke, N.S.W., end of March. Bourke A.S.U. and G.L.U, offices will thea^ive Pioneers passing through all information. ? No Queensland camp will be opened, so that mustering may be more effectively carried on. All Queensland Pioneers intending to enter camp should travel southward, each man to anaistin mustering all ? able men as he travels. Wherever pos sible horsemen should assist footmen in travelling. Members to endeavour to arrange among themselves for traversing various route', thus calling wherever men are working so that no possible Pioneer will be lefo uonotified. Every member travelling for the camp should consider himself an organiser. Pioneers intending to join camp should start at once, remitting payments ^ to Sydney from first posc-offioe they pass. All remit...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

j WEEKLY ISSUE OF 'WOflKER.' 116,000 m*S££%Tm' 16,-000 i ' ™ ;. ?.— Advertising Bate*. . ; ffln per oent discount tot payment in advance.) ' ? 1 Insertion 108. pet line per Insertion. is ., 9a. „ i 96 ii 84. )l II _ i ? 62 „ -Id.- „ ,, } anbacrlptlon ttatosji ? j BnratK^nBK«iBKR8, per year, post free .. 6s. - Terou to unions, groups and newsagents on j ^application. .--?--- -—-. ., — .__ | Subscribers ? -' reoeiving their Wobkbr with a blue mark through thia paragraph will understand I tbat the term of their eubsoription basOns Moijto to ran, after which date the paper will be die continued unless the subscription is renewed. ? Atnm^f. (Inmniiiwiiwn nnly rooolvei* at ttlft Wobxbr Office; thoae requiring the paper for stttntui t)eiludB-nwat_&rrange with the nearest newsagent. ? Ni-wagenta n'* ttnn Boys ? in Brisbane and suburbs can get extra copies ot the Wobeeb on Fridays and Saturdays at the Trades Hall, Turbot-street. Friends of the Labour Movement should— - BrononmB TmsMO...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Press Comment on the Vampire Cartoon. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

More Preu Comment on the Vampire Cartoon. The Wobkeb is out of the silly prosecu tion against it for indecency. When a frivolous prosecution in based on private persecution it always ends against the prosecutor. — jfcoyan Witness, i That ou&jpoken little paper, the Queensland Wobkeb, has been prosecuted for publishing an alleged indecent cartoon. If 1b HitihAiil+i (frtr +.nn avaraAa man ftSf\ ffKun tfc ^eptlis^jf infamyaiidiJioraWeKrttda tidn that someof Queensland's public men and pillars of society have sunk to in attaining their positions, and yet they earnest when they proclaim their horror of a,— glimpse ' ti mf nude. ^- Tasmnnian Democrat. (The appeal of the Worker has been buc oessf ul. The cartoon was not a pleasant one to look at, but we fail to see where the indecency comes in, and cannot congratu late, bhe law officers of the Crown for in stituting proceedings in regard to it. Unfortunately they bungled the prosecu tion jo hopelessly that the merits of the case ne...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to A.W.U. Members. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

Notioe to A.W.U. Members. Members of Amalgamated Workers Union employed on stations not receiving sufficient copies of foe Wobker am re quested to communicate with the Business Mianager. ! Chairmen of sheds are asked to wire when shearing commences the number required, and date when shearing terminates.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

nHEfflW^MUL '''' ? Thrftg woolts agii tihp WV-mry.w tol«f ifai readers how liie ?6lfes who had come up from the South Wong with Sir Samuel Griffith seised upon his transhipment in the Bay as a good time for letting him ' know what a poor opinion they held of bis political conduct. They gave vent to ? ffi«fo JttaKngwIw hnntM mm* yflllfl that ana ' oduld hear a mile away, while the then Chief Secretary on hU part turned deathly pale— a* well he might— at the unexpected demonstration. So at least the story went. Scarcely had the 'facte' appeared in print titan they trere denied point blank by Grimtlfo friends. Enquiries were eet on foot at onoe by the Wobkbb staff. I in — tffrFfBwpad tihft maw who hmiiffht the in formation to the office. His word had been aooagrted in the firat inBtenoB^ieoause he wm personally known to the union leaden, and upon cross-examination it became 4 more wan ever clear that he had related &» Incident in all good faith. The unfor tunate part of the iDu...

Publication Title: Worker
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Our Lord Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

? Onr Lord Chief Jnatloe. ? A man whose life is open as the day, Guileless and frank, the soul of honesty ; Before whose Jove-like front all noisome The 6pawn of darkness, flee with shivering wings — This is our Lord Chief Justice. A man who never veered with wind or uuts, A rock of ages, which through time abides; Upon whose word a nation might rely, ] In fragments though the shattered world ? Bhould-fly-== — i ? -?? — — This is our Lord Chief Justice. A man who never filched his country's ? purse, ? Who never, seeing better, did~£he worse ; A lawyer gold- could never buy or sell, A politician incorruptible — This is our Lord Chief Justice. A man whose simple truth the people love, -For whom a people's prayers rise above ; Whom even little children in the street, ? ISBBtag^approach, Tun with a emilo to greet— ThuruFoor Lord Chief Justice. And when the ermine to a sbroud shall ? turn, ? — Write thus the epitaph upon the urn : Back, Woody Jeffreys, from this sawed dust ! Back, Judas,...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tom v. Thomas,(?) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

Tom v* Thomas. (?) The following letter has been handed to the Wobk«r by M.L.A. Glassey with a note stating that the Ipswich Times had refused to publish it : Bir^Biackfitbne Thomas^ tout ' Echoitire lessly re-echoes the bedraggled words x-l poor Tom GlasBey,M,L.A., against the goody-goody, wealthy, would-be M.L.A.. Thomas, If God has tked of prospering this prosperous mine-master 11/ BIB IUUIBEB WUIf{iat| WU Wage, III IB DHWWi lay and cleric honorable mention, 'Echo's^ relief and other amaH dote-nuffing and the oar rent corrupt practices, have disgusted and exonerated the Almighty, For contrary to bis high orders there ib no capitalist Christian but overdraws by honor hunting on eternity in favour of time all he can. ' Amen, they have already received their reward.1'— Matt., Mark, Luke, John, 4c. Meanwhile press, pulpit and high places have, their dogs au cooled at weary, worried, poor Tom Glassey, who is sweating and undermining whal keeps the miner boused under flood mark and a m...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

LABOUR IN POLITICS. J. C. Stewart runs for Bookhampton Nortih as the labour-in-politaos candidate. T^toOBiAif' Patriotic Leaguers are agitating to have— the electoral rolls 'porfflBd.' ? ? Labocohere's English payment of members bill provides a salary of £280 a year with a free railway ? -~Ks^zdy TfaisHwrtruas^Mitee persons anxions to figure aa legislators tor tnat electorate in the new Parliament, the most radical of whom is Salkeld. A knot of Patriotic Leaguers are worrying around with a 'requisition' to Mr. A. Petrie to trot round Toombul and lose his deposit money. - A, r-»wgnyt .Tn}»n T-n.tmfni-d land Thog. Givens are the three Towers Labour men to go to ballot to furnish two standard bearers at the general election. ? ^gg-Qovermroul baa lufused to latilj the election of Townsville branch Seamens' Union secretary Lowry as a member of the Ross Island state school committee. Charters Towers labour organisations take a ballot to-day (Saturday) to select two able men to down the sy...

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

CENERAL NEWS SUMMAHY. ? JOB THE WBKKJEMPHfa JUROS Ifc .ISriffith resigned the Chief Secretaryfthip Jforch 11, and itmbbed the Chief Justice ship at £1000 a year wore, than the other judges March. Sydney oontingani Australian cricket eleven sailed March 11. Victorian and S.A. contingents joined them as the mail boat oaUed en route. v ? i TXew goidneia optmou up at aamerataa,^ Croydon district ; OOminera on the patch. German Reiohsbag refused to pass Army Bill and increase the military burdens. The military martinet %n the throne threatens to dissolve the Parliament. Floods in Newcastle and Maitlaud dis tricts of N.S.W. Main railway line Mocked ; 8$ 'miles washed away ; several ' persons drowned. Floods on a minor scale at Wellington, — ^a ? Bundairba miners at a standstill through want of trucks and disorganisation owing to the floods. Prize fights being prohibited iu Sydney. Mining accident at Golden Gate. Croydon. T. Moon and L. Quigley lost their lives by explosion. 'Food for powd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Central Political Executive. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

Central Political Executive. A meeting of the Central Executive of the Queensland Labour Party was held at the Trades Hall on Thursday evening, the 9thlnstaiit^rMr.^Thoina8 Glassey^ MX, Ay presiding.' ~ Tt was^TnlieT^utThaTMr. C. B. Fitzgerald, the independent candi date for the Mitchell, had stated publicly that he did not believe that Mr. Glassey was in accord with the other members of the ?p.vpio.nfcivp in refusinsr to endorse his candidature. In order to set this matter at rest, it was unanimously resolved that the previous action of Jhe Executive re Fitzgerald's candidature 'be re-affirmed. This decision was ordered to be sent on to the secreteiry P. P. A. Longreach. The secretary (Mr. G. J. Hall, M.L.A.), stated that in consequence of a wire published in that morning s Courier to the effeot that Mr. Thomas J. Ryan had announced his intention of running for the Barcoo as an independent Labour candidate, he had telegraphed Mr. Ryan as to its truth, and had received the following...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

I WITH THE Ml H DELIVEUT OF THE ' WOBKKK' if I IS SUSPECTED THE BCSIXESS MAN AC Kb SHOPLD BB NOTIFIED -BO THAT PAftfKS CAN BB SKNT IN RKiIISTBBED PACKAGE. WIUB OR WHITE. ' WOUKEE' SOBSGttlPTlON : te. Yearly, — r MUTABLE IN ADVANCE. Only Annual Subscription* taken at Wobkjeb Office. For ahorter periods apply to nearest uewa- ---- — : agent. |L ? etfJtOIAI. BATE8 AHaAKGSD — 1J= *'OK MEMBKEfi OF 0KIONS APPLIIKO THBOCGH THEIB 8ECKKTAKT. ~ ? ? — ?

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GRIFFITH'S ELEVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

GRIFFITH'S ELEVATION. 8ir Samael Griffith, in the future yon will receive the loyel euistance ot jour oollotguc* on tba Beaob. May your motto be that of (he ; Cbewlier de B«j»ri ' Rant ftvt, «( mm rr-_ procht,' (without lew, and without tepro»cb) ? anii Illie Cnim'n wile, mttj yph ne »oot e ?o»- pioion Acoept my oongrfttQlstioni.— Ra«oiko. The event was exceedingly imposing, of historic importauce, and free from political surroundings.— Daily paper.

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Requisitioning L[?]y. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

Requisitioning Lilley. A live dog is worth more than » dead f lion — eometimep. Everything depeodf ' upon thB capabilities of the dog, wfifct 3^ required of it, and the value of the defunct) ' animal's skin. How the fable pans out in the requisitions to Sir Charles Liller, urging him to be good enough to exert himself to save the country from being ruined by the syndioators and politic*! ortminajs at present in power has yet toj-e mm. MUato, howeverr^ osumjaijle, is She fact that a knot of fusav nolifciaa.1 him. entities are thrusting themselves into ' prominence from behind- the Liu$y te SuisitionB. There his been in 4he past Itogethertoo much ralianoe plaoed upon individuals, especially politicians — m Queenslandera so well know to their sorrow. M'llwraith, with his blarpey about ? NationaliBm'wa8 ^soon able to work the parliament into his busiuww. w much so ? that M'llwraith, M^a&em & Ot.. . the .Meat Export Co., Land Grab Railway Syndicating Co., the Q.N. Bank an...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. GBOBOfe Clough fills the Croydon A^M. ATaeoTOiiryahip ; W.H,3rowne re signed. J. A. Hill has been re-elected secre tary of the Central _Warrego Carriers' Union. :' : ' ' _ Th* Brisbane Eight Hour Union met last week and arranged thingB a bit for the celebration in May. Th» Toowoomba Halr~Hohday Assoo latdon is bestirring itself to pulling the Freedom of Contract shops into a sense of the error of their ways. . Gabbying from Jerioho'was prevented going through the union .agent, and. some under freedom of contract. ? Thb trade and labour bodies of Port Augusta (S.A.) and district have decided on forming a Trade and Labour District Council; ? — Melbourne Trades Hall Council has retrenched by abolishing its permanent secretary at £200 a year, and appointing one at £50 a year, who will put in his time in the evenings only. Central Warrego Carriers' Union has held a special general and an adjourned committee meeting, revised rules and gener ally strengthened itself by...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alderman snooks and his pile. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

Alderman Snooks and Ids Pile. Deab WobkeRj— As an example to all unionists the Brisbane capitalistic press is always holding up Snooks the alderman, who came to Brisbane many years ago with nothing, worked for three shillings a day, and is now a large employer of labour. 'Every man,' we are told, 'can do the same.' As well might it be said that every can. come in first For one man to be an -omployei there must be otheia who are his servants. Thanks to the growing sense of justice competition is fast falling into dis repute. The time will come when, like slavery, it will be thought immoral. A hundred years ago shivery was considered respectable. When the, praise of com petition is sung it is always the successful man whom we are asked to look at. What .of the disappointment and suffering of the unsuccessful man ? Take a storekeeper for instance. Storekeepers being too numerous jfoaady^the man jgho -opons a shop ^aaP xraly hope to succeed by liakTngTjuwhBas from other storekeepers. A ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMPETITION AND CO-OPERATION—II. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

C0MPETIT10H AND CO-OPERATKHHI. TO THE EDnOB, WORKER : _^_^ Political abtibn is, iOny l&pinipn, almortT wholly educative. Parliament is a nfere talking machine, Lajjar''&re a hopeless jumble of fcune-wreoked fallacies. And wben^weiadkTof Txnwtitutional Twogress we have a pleasant habit of overlooking the faotiihat everything is constitutional TOioh succeeds, wnetner we adorn onr window* with the placard, ^ No taxee^aid iiere till the Reform BUI passes ;' or whether we smash other people's idols in a fren«y of iconoclasm ; or whether we slip off a king's head to show our equality ; or whether we present a passive resistance to tithegather ing bailiffs ; or whether we return a par liamantary irmjr-ri-y ; fchftrn MBitu tn tnfl nn doubt 'whatever that behind every turn of the wheel there is an intense and dominant public thought. Political action is simply one of the agitations of this evolving -thought, one of the methods of giving vent and expression and expansion to it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

NOTICE to P.P.A. Branches within the Charle ville Branoh of A.W.U.-The A.W.U. Poli tioal Fund will be allotted at election time among the P.P.A. Brandies that conform with A.W.U. by-law 76, copies to be had from seo retary, Charleville. — , ? . ? E. T. Bbewwer, Sec A.W.U WORKERS' POLITICAL ORGANISATIONS MEET A8 f&U0W8: Central Council.— Trades Hall, March SI. Fortitude Valley.-Valley Hal), Wiokham-st., Thursday, Maroh SO. South Brisbane.— West End Sohool of Arts, Wednesday. March 28. _„ ? ._^ Toombul.— Meeting place, Grove-st., Break fast Creek, Maroh 80. ^Wqollopngafahav-Five Ways Hall. Thnrsday^ North Brisbane— Trades Hall, Monday, March 27, and every alternolte Monday. . M1CC IMP FRIENDS, of whom information IVI luOl I\U iB earnestly desired, advertisedfor onee free of charge ; more insertions, Is. each. Anybody knowing anything of those advertised for should write. Abbreviations : l.h.o., ' last heard of ;' ad., ' addresa information to.' - Geobge Peaeoej l.h.o. about tw...

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