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MORE BANKS AND BOODLE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

MORf'BANKS AND BO0QLL The charges which oan and m\] be jor mulated against the Governmect by the Labour Party at the coming eteotionB are so monBtrouB and astounding that it i will be a marvellous thing if lnv A member of the Boodle Part; succeed) O in obtaining re-election. The WoRm tjasjxposed^omemostoutrageousCTrindW ? bub there are more in the background, and when the a&mtmicrn rmllv nnmnniniu. » ? weapon will be utilised and suoh a broJ. f Bide- poured into the Coalition hulks that their ranks will be fairly decimated by J ) every fresh attack. Each charge made £ X. will be proved up to the hjlt. Solid to- MfH answerable faot^andfigureg whifh ?aniiot ? ?' \ be gainsaid or explained away will open « J the publio eye to the fearful villainy of ifo ? m I Uel-Griffilwraith party of grab and plun- WTl der. And once the curtain is lifted aside, ? I disclosing thu appalling details in all their mil outiageous imlemmuy , Vhe people— a ? » Queensland must inevitably be aroused t...

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

UBOURJVER SEAS A priest is orfranising sewing girls* unions in Indiana, U.£LA»__. ? _* ] ? _ John Burns talks of touring Australia and delivering lectures on Labour matter* in September. The British Sailors and Firemen's Union wants federation with the Miners' National Federation. ? ? frwww fTT^t~arri5tniaKari«.ilr-ni a.nil cloth cutters are one with the wasre earners against the sweaters. ? ? Berlin 'bus and tram conductors put in 18 hours a day, with a half-holiday every fortnight, at 2s. 7d. a day for the glory of the capitalists and The Fatherland. Gorst, a Tory-Democrat, has induoed the British Liberal capitalistic Govern ment to assent -ton-motion to raise wages and reduce hours in the Government dock yards. On thft pnfa- for 'thrift,' Bvnn tho Jew-owned London Dozily Newt says : It belongs to the old days of class exclusion, and the arrangements made on the assumption that only rich men should become candidates for parliament. The farmers of Nebraska (U.S.A.) who donated two ...

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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

SMOKE-NO GgirFni; if |e advise ibeJ3«verninent . {of which there isn't one) till M'Dwraith returns. What comes of the cry for a non political Chief Justice! Toowong wanted money to repair the roads cut up by the flood. Toeer said - Government money, did'nt go -that way. It goes down the river. , Leading* omngerow. in JBriBbane^arfe- ^jmjulAtingThe report lhat the Jfope has urged catholics to vote Labour at the elections. Another growl from the yellow pups. Wab Minister Tozer apostrophising the shores of New Farm flats after the Lucinda picnic on Saturday night last : I yield, I yield, I can hold oot no more ; rilQ^-by WU wraith compelled, \ And own him oonqueror. j. Pakson Stone-Wigg preached at StT John*, Church on Sunday, Maroh 12, on ' the selfishness of man to man,' Jmd said that God Almighty never intended a man to be a alave to another, and generally declaimed againsbthe starvation wages now paid. — James Foster, Bonding along £1 10a. for six yearly subs, from Biboohra and Mul...

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FOR THOSE WHO REMAIN. No. IV.—Under Rational Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

j FOB THOSE WHO REMAIN. _ J^flofOL Fabbeia. . ... f No. IV.-Under BaUonal Rale. ' I hope I have made the matter clear so far. xhave: shown ten men, each doing the best for himself and everybody else. Let themincreaae to hundreds, thonnanriH, and millions, lev the rude productive appliances and systems of a pioneer Bettlepaenfijjve place to the magnificent machinery and enlightened processes of a civilisation ao lar aavancea in proaucave mewoas as our own, relations to each other would remain unchanged. , That the advantage in productive power ^_which the strongest man has over the weafeeg^TiB' an advautag«~to'^the~whole - cofflBramtyr^tdfcn^^ia¥Deenco^ustvely~ explained. Since any man can only secure the best return, where a oommunity exists, ? fry ftyphangiing prfH''*3- wi-lh nthMw, the more he produces the more of his product is available for the use of others, and the cheaper it becomes to them. I want to emphasise this point, for, simple as it seems, and supremely important as i...

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BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 March 1893

-B¥SIANB£RSMWTEB99t — . — + ? Judge Harding has at least been upright enough over the Griffith Chief Justiceship. No more caustic and blood HABDiXG curdling reception has ever been on given to any man than that ac griffith. oorded to Griffith by Harding _ ? and (silenoo givoa oonoont) his fellow occupants of the bench. Hard ing's kindly valedictory of Lilley, re moved by a corrupt Government -be*. n««t0A \%n am im a ? uawimf anM it/tot1, nn * I ?_ wraith, Palmer aoi Co., gave the keynote tio the weird symphony performed in the Fall Court «m Tuesday. When Griffith presented himself Harding, accepting the responsibility thrust upon him by pre cedent, said : Sir Samuel Griffith, the precedent for a few words of congratulation to a new Chief Justice ' was created by the late Mr. Jnatioe Xmtwycbe, ^n the assumption by the late Chief Justioe (Sir Charles Lilley) to the position yon now occupy. I desire to follow it 8ir Samael Griffith, fa the future you will receive the loyal assistance o...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

r'ICE to P.P.A. Branches within the Charle ville Branch of A.W.U.— The A.W.U. Poli tical Fund will be allotted at election time among the P.P.A, Branches that conform with A.W.U. by-law 76, copies to be had from seo retary, Charleville. ? E. T. Bbenneh, Sec. A.W.U. WORKERS' POLITICAL ORGANISATIONS MEET A8 FOLLOWS: Central Counoil.— Trades Hall, April 4. Fortitude Valley,— Valley Hali, Wicbham-st., Thursday; Maroh 80. South Brisbane.— West End School of Arts, Wednesday, March 29. Toombul.— Meeting place, Grove-st., Break fast Creek, March 30. Wool'.oongabba.— Five Ways Hall, Thursday, Maroh 80. North Brisbane— Trades Hal), Monday, Maroh 27, and every alternate Monday. ? M I Q Q I M p FRIENDS, of whom information IVI 1 00 1 II U is earnestly desired, advertised for once free of charge ; more inBer tions, Is. each. Anybody knowing anything of those advertised for should write. Abbreviations : l.h.q., ' laBt heard of ;' ad., ' address information to.' George Peabge, l.h.o. about two yea...

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A Vision of Judgment. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

A Vision of Judgment. Extract from Brisbane Observer: . The Attorney General (Hon. T. J. Byrnes) said : I pledge you (B.W.O.) the support of the oountry, the implicit oonfldenoe of the people of this land which you have served so loyally and so long. They reviled me With tongue and with pen With hootings and. curseB and cries They assailed me, both women and men ; fiery bate seemed to gleam in tneireyes. But 'twas fancy, I know, For Byrnes told me so. What a nightmare I've had to be sure ! My mem'ry is certainly wrecked ; But now I can feel so secure - Of their confidence, love and respect. ? ^ThiBTBTiuitetruBi^iniow, For Byrnes told me so. I dreamt that I sided with Wrong ; That for Bobbery I held a brief ; I thought I was working along With old Mac, whom I once called a thief. ; 'Tie a falsehood, I know, For Byrnes told me so. They labelled me ' Slippery Sam,' Those horrible men — so I dreamed — And implored the Almighty to damn Their betrayer, for such then I seemed. But I wasn't...

Publication Title: Worker
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LILLEY'S RESOLVE Will Rescue Prostrate Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

ULUVS RESOLVE. Will Rescue Prostrate Queensland. Right on the track of syndioator M'll wraith came back Charles Lilley from the south. He returned hardly the physically A robust man Queenslandera WouldUke him - to be in this their hour of trouble, when4n addition to havoc wrought by Nature in flood and drought we are thrftntAp^ ^th ? political inhumanity to man enough to make even cast-iron men mourn. What Lilley says and thinks of doing as the ^ight^proaehes-when-thepolitieal-thieves ? are abroad and mean to steal the colony under the maBk of legality, how he is will ing to help to smite the pirates who are ? conspiring to drive White Australians into exile and supplant us with a dumb driven race nf coolie*, because they can be more ? easily bled by the banks, is of immense consequence to us. And this is what he ias*o far had to say upon the situation : With mere party politics I have had nothing to do. I am a Democrat ; I havR always been one, and I hope I always shall be one. I b...

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Stealing a Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

Stealing a Colony. The black markings have ,eca n^thematicaily worked out to show the exact area of land (TWO HUNDRED MILLION ACRES) to be grabbed by the sjrndicators under Coition I, if the Land Grant Railway Subsidy, 'contracts' arc 'ratified ?? by the representatives of the people in the next Parliament. Anyone can test the accuracy of tho diagram for himself by calculating the amount of land at 2s. 6d. an acre, that is repreaented ay double the cost of each railway reckoned at £6000 per mile, j indeed it will, he found that the 'Worker' artist has rather understood the oaae. To cover the area * country that will go to the syndloator. If they get as It is Wposod, double the cost of the railway* In land, the olaok line* a»ould have beta in Ideality slightly hroador than th»v **T \ ' A * hi A &*

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

^THEHnTDIiHOIIlir — ThB Wobkbb is making one more mrinnw effort to explain to the deluded people of Queensland the real nature of the Land Grant Railway legislation. This ought not to be necessary ; nor would it be if the avenge voter could see ^finger's length be^ yond his nose. But then he cannot. The only 'windles tha* he «««tn' »t all able to appreciate are those very small affairs that rate culprits themselves do not think it worth while to oover up. He rants and rages about the extra £1000 tacked on to the salary of the new Chief Justice. He fumes over the trifle that went down 4he river to the Meat Export Company. He even feels a little sore about thettobb Ar hitmtiftn -1wA»n«^ h*'ft-W»eiaLnQtiqn AsJl he is being 'had' over the moneys in the Q-N. Bank. But for the life of him he tails to seeTftai it is not good business to trade away his country's lands for some lines of railway that he does not want will in all probability never dream of using. Yet among all tike acts of vio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

WtBUY ISSUE OF 'WOMB,' ttjWMJ **i£lSi£r' 16,000 AdrertUln* Bates. inre per eentdisoooni lor payment In aavano»T)~ ' - 4 insertion 100. per line per insertion. ? is ? „ oa. „ » OS ii TO. „ » ? _ Bnhmrtptlon Bate*. ? _ ? - SonHUB^BuBBOBiBEBS. per year, poet free .. 6b. Stems to onions, grbupB nudTiew««igentfion afplloation. Subscriber* . MMtrlng their Wohkee with a blue mark ♦hrou^thU paragraph wiU understand that ?be torn of their subscription hue Ohk Mowra to ran, after whtoh date the paper wUlbe dis ooatinaea unlea»4ine«ibacr4ptton in renewed. AMhMb SoBBOHiPHOHB-only received atJfce Wo&UBK iMnoe; those requiring the paper for ?barter periods must arrange jwithihejiearest newsagent. ? Newsagents and Bun Boys in Brisbane and suburbs can get extra ooples of i the Wohk»r on Fridays and Saturdays at the — TmderHall, ?Turbot-Btreet. Friends of the Labour Movement should - ? BPBBO&ttB TBKM8MLVKB; ? Get theih Newsagents to Sell ; Gbt thkib Uhioms to Oo-opkeatk. Controlled b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

25 TONS Wtfy ffdrJfTcfe-? K^&tttepie^'S^S' for 18s. Bd. Stamps or P.OT^e^wlS Asmtpsub, Tohaooonift, Brunswiok-st., VaUey QPECTACLE8. Workers, send to GREENFilTO O BARRAGL0U8H, OpUoians, Brisbwe, for Tea! * Phnpt an.i nampMets, free. f% I YR I fi K FTP R Q BolerB' Wishers, Anglers. '* UmyM: I tnO, Smokers: Inspeotorlrito tor price list with Jrules (post free). Howes' Queensland Sports Dap6t, Edward-st., Brisbane. JOHN HUNTER ^b^^™ . Every pair guaranteed. HAVE y0^re°dhOy&Tcr8 ANTflONY BrCMSWIOK-STBXBT, VjJtLEt.1 WATERPROOF BBES'SfS and Si rgioal Appliances (locally manufactured)! ^Jurgtcal-Ittttrumunt *nd -Cutlery-AVorks-lH.— - ? May, late May & Dahl, manager), 150 Edward st., between Queen and Elizabeth st6., Brisbane C7PAUT . TAILOR. 118 Edwaid-Rtreet, Brisbane. ? E. MYERST^SySp51 BLACKALL. The largest, cheapest and best selected stock in Central Queensland. All work guaranteed for elegant durable boots and thoes. R R fi RfiRF PHARMACEUTICAL ' n. d. u. nuoc,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

ARIDA'S UNION stORE.KK™ fS«arttSnly is the oaty store whsrs the workers 1«tB*aT»7s. Inthef in buying the hert goods. «THE Sooi»l Horujou,' Us.; 'Tne, l-awn 01 , to Labour,' 8s.; ' Political Economy in Eng Jand^Bs.; i^tage8d,«xtraeaoh.iEobe6btaiued -» Xg. Tfaompaon A Cn.'a, 80 QAoen-rt.. Bris frame. Large variety of BootaTanalMaBofiaTyr nfi. GABRIEL, Physician and Licentiate la Mid 11 wifety, Physloians' Hall, Surgeon and ? tJW«tUtoJ»--n3Krff«,ry| pn^gannV g»ll. Bflin burgh. Residence, near the fibre, Blaoksll. . Advice free daily. Other boon advioe and medicine, 10b. 6d. For simple dUeasBB medicine only charge, -Private hospital 4or patients £2 a week. Advioe by letter with medicine, 10b. 6d, Seventeen years' protesaional experience. 1IA0E » measure. Trousers trom 12s. 6d.; Suits 1H from 4JlBi; fH ftnfl wwimnmship guaranteed. F. WferrnHo, Tailor, 84 Edward-it., Brisbane. ilAHEfl. tie People's Baker, sells superior Hi Bread, delivered anywhere. Bakery: Brans wtok*treet, VaUey. ? _ ? ...

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Editor's Letter-box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

Editor's Letter-box. __Trdth : Good suggestionj and will use it at some future time, but as Griffith is now dead we'll let him R.I.P. Geo. Hunt,* Baroaldine : The letters will be handed to your brother. Alp. Collins, Capella: Your name has not boon mixed up wiih the scandal in the Woekkb, so why trouble with any explanation about it ? Joel H. Luoab, Barcaldine Downs: Send your letter along. M. Cobkielp, Muttaburra: Will look the matter up. Jebemiah -IiWfefr! — Rwoftivfiri first communication, but it got mislaid. Have used as you will see. Thanks. The bus and tram slaves of London practically won their strike yet through lack of solidarity are again griuding out 14 to lti hours a day. _ The Hon. W. H. Wilson wrote a letter yhit«-Hi TinnHnn t.n thn nnilii ATri/m hiyiafr. ing kanaka slavery. It was promptly con signed to the waste paper basket. - If '8 very amusing the way. some Lon don papers talk about Australian affairs. Aooording to the oabler 'The Pall Mall Gazette says that the A...

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SCHEME FOR COMMUNAL SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

SCHEME FOR COMMUNAL SEHLEMENT. The following scheme was brought be fore the General Council of the A.L.F. at its recent annual meeting and referred to the members as a whole for consideration pending farther action : — 1. It is proposed ixTTound a Labour Bunk, the head office of which will be wherever deemed moal convenient. Every member of the unions will be askedtetatee at least one share eaoh jrear of the nominal value of £2, of which only £1 will be called up, 'except in ease of urgent need. The payments will be 5s. upon allotment, and b%. on the first day of each of the ensuing three months, or such longer intervals as may bB-foiratHneoeBBary. — The-aatificripj-^ tions to be perfectly voluntary and quite independent of the ordinary union sub scriptions The funds of the bank will, be Suite distinct from the ordinary funds of lie unions, and- will be preserved inviolable for promoting the formation of co-operative communes. 2. As socn as sufficient funds are avail able the format...

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BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

BYSTANDERS' NOTEBOOK The cry of the unemployed spreads rapidly in ihU colony of wonderful natural resources. You can hear it the HKiHT rise from Oroydon to Brisbane TO work, almost lika ajjhrgnpdy over the ? bunaToT tho greatest political bastard on record. Meanwhile his crea tures proffer stones in answer to the cries for bread. The Griffilwraiths' ' cannot re* cognise the doctrine that it is the duty of the Government to provide work tor all classes requiring is.' All classes? What of that dona then to whom She Hume Blacks and ^he^Edwra^Grimths and the whole lock, btock and barrel of the M'll wraifh and Palmer families belong. Also of that governing class comprising the Anneara, Hamiltons, Hodgkinsons and M 'Masters 1 In other words it is the duty of the Government to provide work for their unemployed relative* ; their syco phantic political friend*, and iheir ignorant bogus working man political tnn]$. JJnfc an, however, to the great class of the dis inherited, the politically di...

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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

THE WORLD OF UBOUR. About one-third of the miners on €roydQnJiave. been out of work-during the past six months, — Ax Amby Downs the rouseabouts ara now employed on day ^MwJTi^a day) and charged 10s. * week tor nuelr luukur; — Jack Meehan,say« that things are very dull about Mitchell. Hardly any work going and hundreds^oLmen travel -lintr; — '—_ ? ===; ? TflKuew Eight Hour Day,JfcEay JL, is to be proclaimed a public holidayTljueens land will thus get into line with the workers of the world in its celebration of Labour Day. The slaver Lochiel is being despatched from Bundaberg with the very greatest haste to capture mint-he* cargo before the traffic is stopped by the nex-rParliament. It takes back 137 exploited ' returns.' ? Tasmakian Government railway em ployes Who earn wages are to suffer a slash of from 5 to 10 per cent on April 1. Salaries are-te-be-eut. but as they touch people better off that is deferred to July. A Labour Bureau has been started in Adelaide. ? But what the work...

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FOR THOSE WHO REMAIN. No. IV.—Under Rational Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

FOB THOSE WHOIEMWH. BY ^QHK^ABBSU* No. IV.-Under Rational Rule. As the community I have mentioned in creased its members individual prospflrite had arrived, the condition of each member of the settlement woujd be much better with regard to the 8fttiataction~of ^natertal wants jknan when there were but tea. The division of labour would have proceeded furtherl-increasing the productive power of each.; With the_cojning^l-every--peraou this power would increase, while, as every person is a claimant for land for some use, the rent of the national estate would rise^ Thus would a fund be provjdj»dforai| com muuaT purpbses, growing automatically with the community. JustaB_th&iUBargttr of production, ' that is, the least advan ? tageous laud in use, teU, so would the com munal fund rise, the men having thf best sites thus paying increasing compensation as the growth of population increased their advantage; over other holder*, and so all down the line. Out of this fund all public ? wo...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

LABOUR IH PULITtCS. What constituency will be the first to gallantly invite LiUey to taken seat ? The crusade against the Killeen fair~ tion at Olermont is being waged as vigor ously as ever. ? ? ? DuwwoN ftnd T-nnnforri_aj?e. the two champions chosen to carry the citadel at the Towers for Labour in Politics. The black labour syndicate brigade proposes to stick up Mr. G R*— Buaas-as- the capitalist candidate for TqwnsviUe. Geo, Kerr, a blacksmith of Tambo, v& spoken of as a coming man in the Barooo electorate. -? ' ? The Warrego Democratic Alliance no longer retains the services of Mr. Stron&ch as secretary and organiser. The Central Executive acknowledges further subs, to the elections fund thus : F. Miller, J. Heffernan, A. Gollens, Martin Bradley, J. Dunoan/GL Crow, 5s. eaoh. Union Prisoner Martm won golden opinions among the folks at Tambo lor his speech at the late political meeting there. The Town Hall was packed with eager listeners. TfiE very first thing~~the...

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POLITICAL FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 March 1893

POLITICAL FORECASTS. ? By CHlfcert Ca«ey. People always look to some one else to do that which they ought to do for them selves. They look to Parliament for reform ; they fancy politicians will remedy present evi& they await a ^reat^hange. - They expect politics to be pure, legislators to be honest^ and Parliament to be just, whilw thay friuwwimlgAB TTPftin ? The Labour Party or eome other party is expected to do, great things in the future. But they won't. There will be great^is appointment. It is not to Parliament that we must look for-ehange. Parliament will only register the change that takes place in our own hearts, thoughts, and actions. —The change-must tako-placa~fmt ofratl ? in ourselves, then long afterwards with infinite trouble and persistent effort we wry get that change registered and placed on tho statute books of the colony. — Let us ? remember that legislators are what we make them. Let us remember that if we are selfish, unjust, unreasonable, passionate or ...

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