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LOOKING BACKWARD. 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

=Mftm) BAMWAJUL —— ? :_ — 2000-1B87. ? — ? THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. _^_____^1WAIIDJ1ELLAMY1__^__ ? Author of 'Miss Ludingtou's. .Sister,' 'Dr. Heidenoff.'s Process,' ' A Nantueket Idyl,' &c. ~~- SUMMAtoTOFTPR^VIOUS CHAPTERS. - A Boston college professor in the year 2000 sets out to ?'Avritertor ttreinformation of the eifHtflituno^riteonle of that age, a novel comnarin-.' their perfect industrial organisation with the miserable struggle between Labour and Capital tfoing on in the-yei$r J8H7 from — ^vlu'cfr eifoehiieimTi,Hby-gK^Tmii^ survived. a After a mtwmeric-slucn of 118 years, he wakes. Gradually it is proved to hini that he is in the new Boston and his new friendr explain the social conditions which rule in the new civilisation.

Publication Title: Worker
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EDITOR'S ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

EDITOR'S ANNOUNCEMENT. Friends will greatly oblige by sending to the EdltorT^ ? AVoi«f«B — Uflioe,— ttaff-sti'eeV-SrisJwJie,— awy^wsp, _ H^riefr bright, ov-otherwiae-intetestiwR'nott'fi-on-Qu^enB-' - ? lapd or other Australian ltibour matters Oontributr.rs -— — fifThfBP -nntipn, mmfynTiVi, iiiivivjv^H ij pnf^rv_jir_gtlHM' matter, must not mind if it is uecessaryto aiueTntr^ condense or' rejoctj they may rely on the best-bein^ ? dime, tjia^ean be done.

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

the 'mm' mmm\ Owincl to -rfippatf^d r^upfits from — various ? — unions for the more . frequent issue of the ^WoEKEjt the General Executive, A. L.F., have made arrangements for its publication fort nightly in the future — instead of monthly as heretofore. 7 The fortnightly issues will consist of eight — pages, and the cost to the affiliated unions wilt be still Is. per annum. The general retaill-rice wilTBeTone penny and the assistance of members is^fuested in or4er to push the Worker cir.cu latioii. : ? , _ &5T The General Executive, A.L.F., point out to the affiliated/unipns that by the co-operative '„ method twenty-sii numbers of a perfectly inde l-endeTit'and, union-sustained labour journal ia theirs, Jor the exceedingly small sum of Is. per annum and hope that this system will ultimately eventuate in the establishment of an indepen dent daily paper on similarly sound co-operative lines which the Executive is confident is'the ? most practicable method yet available of sec...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE FIGHT FOR UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

=M^0«^40Bja)l» AT.the tiling the Worker ? was going to pressr on Tuesday raorninfo September 30th, the maritime strike was still in the same position as __itha^jbeenjfor Jhejjasjb month, although the in ^jlip&tions thaf a conference would be arrived at ^Tf^tTe^iIe:ir^utup~^etiRfl incr-n$arig7— A4H;he- employers1 unions outside of New South Wales have announced themselves as favourable to a conference, but the New South Whiles employers still do not see what good is going \o be come „ ^to~by such a process. The effect of all thisjg — that—the— w4iote-«eaboai*4-^— -3SstraTa^ia^Qn^Z tinues disturbed because about a dozen Sydney plutocrats still refuse to discuss the question at issue, a position which in the early part of the strike ^\vas assumed (by all employers whom nothing would satisfy but a' conyjlete crushing of ,the 'labour vampire.' For the reljiictant basis of conference jv^ich pressure has squeezed in Sydney is not a reasonable basis or anything - like it Nbbody woul...

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Answers in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

Answers In Brief. ? M. M^MV^nnj^j^rjTftiLT^A^^pt y»'y— ^si&^ ^Stc«qgladly^-^i-you^€^^«l4ng-Qut-the sortLol stuff T. uised-to ev^ve the Workkb can't get too much of 'it. Your suggestion is good, out in THli Babo, Gym})ie :— Thanks. Couldn't use. W. d, Maryborough :-— How ' Wntten^for the X jiawn^t^ — TryTiHzgriiau^mething^reijhT^ A.' K. ? Hoskin, S[)ring_Hill :-dCan only deal with ^~~ labour matters. J. L., Pindex : There was ja. mistake ^n-S-the nameJ^ Hava ? corrected it. ? T. R. C, Barcoo .-—Wiser not to make any ex ce ptions. Will publish price lists asiBook Ex* ? uhange is develoj)ert. A. J. A., Bundaberg:— Received, Jko, L., Winton~:— Yuu mistook tone of remarks re Sullivan's criticism on George. T Because one dbeiii't de^ly a man is no '' T«ason why one should mean i to be unfair, though it is reason why one should talk of him as one would of »nybody__e%ej^__^A*--J, B., ''''' Cassilis r— Newspaper i-os&ge to England is one ? fmxty — Cost-prroe4s^wh^'fcWoSK15^c1...

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

TME ':WORKEll' DIRpm^ Societies in .alLpjil'tg of Queen§lancl a^B^equested to make use of this column foir the announceinent of their general and special meetings, sebreta lies' jid- dresses, social gatherings, election of officers and similar ^information. Members should sec that the request is .respondedto. Up-country andtjonstwisc societies particularly requested. No charge.

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

SMOKE-HP. * — ^JKJSeccetary Seymour . had thrbwn~ar chunk of bread at Manager Munro what would =:havc been BaidT~3GlTwag-at-Se^^ta^iS^m(3Trr~ the chunk was thrown, it was really quite funny, don't you know. _? ? ? ^^^y^tiey^^uyoiHBui'SeJ^ granted leave to procession to the unions but the use of the-yublic exhibition building also. _ In Brisbane ll^yorT^PMastet^fused . to let the unions procession down Queen:street7 although he allowed a mob of employers to block William^ '«Tre^toT'MriiDTir^n'tfaB day time^lVrMagteii willralsowanLthe-^alley j¥Oterp~1®~tKinTnimia 'friend^Pfhe~^wurruking man ' next election, although last week he could not give the unions fair play. To preserve the^ieace, the /wicked unionists abandoned the idea of processioning, but 0000 rolled up to their meeting in enthusiastic sympathy. — The Mayor of Towiiaville^better. He wired to the A. L.F. denying the £als-- re ports of disordeF there, circulated Jay the daily_ TPressT '^ ~ ' ? '' ^v— — ~^-~ ; — __^- =-/- Men ...

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CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

1 Chapter XIV. (Con!tiw«odjr We now entered a large building into which a _ the _f rout, owing tpj/the awning, but if in coi^~ i^|xmtlenee~ with7 Utrtttfemt«VT^4«el4-A^aiS--iiA!eu_ finer thai^ the stows 1 «visited tjieday before, it would have been magnificent. My com]*auioU 'said that the sculptincd group over the entrance was specially ^admire* I. (ii)iutr ui» a irraiid stair case we talked some distance along a broad cor ridor witti. many doors opening upon it. At one T»f these, 'which bove my hostVname, we turned in, JBudrI_ found inyselfJii_an elegant dining -mum containing a table forfour. 'Windows' opened on a courtyard where a fountain {jlayod to u great height, and uutsie made the air electric. 'You .seem at home. here,' I said, as we ^^eafest^Mir^yejsijafcih^ touched the annunciator, ^^ 'I 'Thjs_ is,iilfacif*ij^Vt of jmr house; slightly _deiatiied- iixmju-tlie- r^s^^eH^^^d^^^'-Kvef^— 'family iii the vutxl has a roomlet a} art in this great building for its permanent and ex...

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CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

.Chaitku XVII. I found the processes at the central ware house quite as interesting ^is_ JCditli-4-ad descrii]m'^iieni/~lm«r~Becaine even enthusiastic over the truly remarkable illustration which is seen -there of the prodigiously multiplied efficiency which perfect organisation can give to Jalnjur. It is like a gigantic mill, into the hopper of which goods are being__ constantly poured by the train-load and ship-Toad, to issue at the other end in packages of pounds and ounces, yards and inches,' pmts^nd^gailons, cor responding to the ^ufinltely wiujglex_j)ersi-njj_ 'nee3s~^nmlf a million peopfe. Dr. Xeete, with the assistance of data furnished by me of the way goods were sold, in my day, figured-out^me^ astounding results in the way of the economies^ effected by the modern system. ? . As we set out homeward, I said : ' After Vhat I. have seenr to-day, together with what you have told me, and what I learned under Miss Leete's tutelage at the sample store, I have a J»lt4r*bly .-dear ...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

— OHAt^^tt^xy. When in the course of our tour of inspection ^e^cain^lo^iie^ibraryy-we-succuinbei^^ temptation of the luxurious leather chairs with which it was furnished, and *at down in one of the book-lined alcoves to rest and chat awhile. 'Edith tells me that you liaw been in the HbraTVTdi-the morning.' said Mrs. Leete. 'Do -you4viiow it^eem8~to--me, Mr. West, that you- — , are the most eriviafcble of niortals.''' 'I should like to know just why,' I replied. ' Because the books of the last hundred-years will be new to you,:' she answered. ' You will Jrave^Q^iitfctifJ&ejmjfifcal^^ read^aJLJto Jeav-e-you— scai«ely-time for meals Ithese five years lx) cdihe. Ahywifaf would I give if Jrlml notttlready Teaid Beman^s aoy^; ' ? 1_ 'Or Nesmytli's, mamma,' added Jlklith. . ' Yespor J-Jates' Poems,' or *Past and Pre ^en?,' or /'In the Beginning,' or — oh, I xiould name aHdozjt^i books, each worth a year of one's iife,^ declsreii^te *' I judge, then, that there has been some tioble ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

BOARD OF TRUSTEES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. On^,nd after Octdfher 1 the Woiiker will he~ issued fortnightly aTthe following — — — ^=^= Subscription Rates. — ^^ ~== Co-operative Societies, Per Member per year i/. Single Suuschibers, per year., .. .. -'..2/. Sinolk Suijsciubers, per copy ? id, j7^ Newsagents' Rates. ~ Per Dozen {payments monthly') .. .. .. 9d. 1-3*^ Members of the A.L.F. and of non-afliliated Bocietie^aiM^thBTS-canbelp^e-IrfifeoiHMMovemejit— by urging their newsagents to sell tbe-WoiiKun. Remittances ~^ Rtf-mittniices to the WqgKEifshouId be made-^whefe-^ possible in cheque, post olflce order, or postal note. Penny stamps cafy however, be sent where other form of remittance is in any way inconvenient. Don't write, *' Send the Worker and amount due and 'Tirremit!' The amount i« plainly aimoittieedajftdit would cost 2d. each to send accounts. ^Z ? , ? . ? : ? / ? __ To M^mbuiB of Ca-opeiatlug Unions. ? YQur pai^ers are lonvarded |)romptly to youf^ secretary uiiiess other instruct...

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

The Cjuirtcrx Toivcra Times in comment- ] ing upon luiutr-unipn matters in of opinion th^. ] ^ the momJM'rtj'of- tlie present committee are i men, upright and coascientiou¥^ioT!7nBctid^iH ~*'snak««'. who —gorftfeott^-viW-yittg them_ais_-UL8_j quintessence of all that is dishonourable and ] iue;m.^ ? , I CniKP'JiARON Pallks, the Irish judjj charged -^a jury recently^ in a- boycottis^ta^l that' liad arisen from .shopkeepers refusing, io-j .supply goods, that 'it there was anylliiug iu I pursuance of a conspiracy by which the mind of 1 any person had been coerced, then the law hdi _.TtM«.;n broken ; but if persons had done_aj3ts^ft'itfc--| ~but any -jiersoual ill -will or desire to inflict any 1 unnecessary liarm, and if those acts were dope 1 honestly and IkmA //-/c, though jjerhaps misl takenly, for the imrpose of protecting their offal -i«tHr-:?KtiK-aiKl--tlieir own trade from the iosrofl , custom which would arise trom their aupprvkgl pertain obnoxious people with goods, then those...

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THE LABOUR CONGRESS MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

If LABOUITGONGRESS MANIFESTO. «ianife.stoe.s have been isswdinfjydiiey, one by $}. lutt^'c^^ ~^ther, m reply, by the Intercolonial Labour ^a^essT ''H^l&tfeer^ containing both tire \Al\T~ of the employers' statement and an able defence of the position t'akonjuLpjjy the labaiu-_uiuoii^aA,^ -given iirfuih— ?' Inor4er^hat-the public may be fuliy^^gJEM^ ^f-all-the facts connected with the present dis- pute we desire to place before thenr-the follow as submitted through the medium of the }-ress. We note with surprise the following para graph in their .statement : — : ' It is fit and proper that the representatives should .uxpress ^tjijir^ncer;^^^!^^^^ ^vitig~ -to the unreasonable and antagonistic altitude, assumed by labour asxiirwtediiytlie leaders of their uniims, a^rUte-^^^ir^Hj^uttg^trtts^ffects and so severe in character should exist. It is, nevertheless, tlieir duty to assert thatjjie cause leading to the 'strike canno't^in the remotest de-_ gree, be traced to any actiou by ...

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BOOKS WELL WORTH READING. Sir Thomas More's "Utopia." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

BOOKS WELL WORTH READING. Sir Thomas More's _MlJtdpiaiH_ [Now that Bellamy's ihhsIu'T) -iocc 4fl: drawing men's attention to a,- state of society which jwc alt -ftH^-weuld -fit r«sr^t^«^i^m?ti«g-to-coi«iJani-pui'_ 't«t^t4tt-ti*nSoerat4eHk4ea4-^\4t^ Whan man of letters, Sir Thomas More. Tifiirgroat book ;-~4.-Itopia '_wjis_writteir in lol.l-KJ ?at the period when the discovery 6T the Now World had enlarged the conceptions in men's n linns as tfrtinrworid-we inhabit, ? ULwasaJjimo^ of nminial change, and much speculation was m dulgedin as to forms and methods of govern llUoltt] _ § ' | .' ,-f _ Utopia _was an .imaginary island /off the coast ^tf^yuiyuGajifcwhtch^^ govern- ^Ineijt existed. It was a coinmturweirft^i7mw(4«eli all WorkexLfor the general good, and where pro perty was held by the whole people in common ; money -was unknown and gold, and silver were 'iTeM in contempt and were valueless in. the ierri-~ toFp of the ITumtans. Gold III abundance they jiossassed, but they only us...

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

THE 'WORKtR' MAIL BAC. Correspondents will please Write on one side of ihti — - -j#f only. ~ 'CoiiimenteTS'Qggesttdli87 theories or any Sei-»«ftttei^~i«ieiMi«d-f«r' the ' Hear Both Sides;' columirstiould be as short and- devord of superfluities as possible. Correspondents who dp not desire to run Me risk oHUack-liating by having their signatures at tached to anti-capitalistic ideas should use a nomde 1)lUIU6i eilClOSlHf, men uwu iu\iuiaa iui we ciuwjLiS satisfaction solely. Where/nojipjn^ej)iuine_js_ns£id1 T^l^liriwT5iTly^ttli©3riuntt attached will he insevtad— unless express permission to use the full name is men. Every worker should feel that he can use the columns of his own paper, subject to unavoidable edi torial supervision, without fear and without favour. iHfi- eLEMJi _jui— *- A^1^tOt:iattm^Tt is not to lie supposed, that y_ou arc muler the im pressfen that the clerks who^orJc-^^go^and do duties on thy forecastle of the companies'' ships - ^rejnjiyjui^h^^iML^hQJi£_^^ oppwsss...

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FROM FRIENDS AND FOES. Indiscriminate Clippings from Press Criticisms on the Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

flJOHIHlflfflSHaiD fOESr ?; Indiscriminate Clippings from Press „ ? _ ? Criticisms on the Strike. ? z_ ? Tttk Maryborough Chronick vriTuvk»-r; — , . . .The shipowners occupy jus^b the position of those snobbish heads of families who _£oa^^f^ettmg-twiee-^ts much-'work— out ~o£^~ — '-iady-help ' or a nursery governess at &1& a~ year, who is expected to 'know her station '- and keep equally aloof from -the parlour «nd kitchen, aswiey can out of a regular servant on -M ten bob a week, ' while the unfortunate officers, ? jjyJiQ__juike taste the^^ttersjof^ubordinatiQiL ^n^^tfie^respo^isiBililiesoif command on less than seamen's wages, recall forcibly the lot of such Victims of domestic meanness. It .is a scandal ? that anyj-rder_of men, shipowners or otherwise, should unblushingty procflaim the doctrine that _Jthe wearing m£ a uniform or a Wt of gold braid/ symbols of atemporary and technical exercise of .^^l^ority^-^ouMrrGut -off ^the wearer fromr-all {sympathy with his f...

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THE SITUATION ON THE BARCOO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

THK fSITUATlUJj -.JJM THE JiA~5C00 - Si^rai^_M^Gregb^l^ «ays that the unanimousopinion-of-thenirioaists in 4iis_dist_rict.T.s that the, labour bodies ivim ^Ustiti^d in asserting the ofticersl rigfattoaffil^'' and in standing for it so long as the offiom themselvca aro proparod to fight-it-out^—A&jaj— as 'tree labour is concerned^ ? they ^ thoroughly against any. concession which^would pitiictically^be a whip4n the liand^of --every^. -??; ployer in the country. So far from some of the bush unions being dictatorial he sa^s that in no H case have either shearers, labourers or carrier* J refused to hold conference with any repreffiuta- I ztbm-hoHy nf'fiftipinyftrH-who objecita^ io Any-4ieft_ Tules7~7t)irthe rantmry_ they_jigy e always -tees | ready to meetthe squatters, so much so TJujKTaH the lasfe annual meetings employers were present. I The difficulty is simply that while a fewpaistoni- ] Jist&are reasonable men always willing tp discuss j ThattOTs'Vn^st^^em~walit:''...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

HHTHrpra^dRLD. Thb Pacific Coast Labour Union, of San EVanciM^Ji&sdeGidecOh&L^ intendents and foremen must address mer^rej^ spectfully and proT3Qses to prosecute those who use vile, obscene or profane epithets to its mem bers. The union also_ announces approvingly that the Committee on Education and Labour of Ihe United States House of Representativeti_ha^~ reported in favour of national jirohibition. The Sydney trades unions are getting out a weekly^abour paper to be called the Australian. Workman. It is to be edited by Dr. Keatinge, a pressman jvho saw service in London on Labouchere's Truth and has otlier^adical recom7^ mendations; President M'Donald says that women's urganisatiou is booming4n the ^orthTthereare already unions at Charters Towers, Hughenden -aneVTownsville. ? - ? — ? ? _Sikcw the talk of general strike has been going1 on the Brisbane Tramway Company has alleviated to some extent the grievance men tioned in .an earlier part of this tssueisynputting ...

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LUCINDA SHARPE ON TIGHT LACING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

^wm '-wok W WchTlacihg. r^Sight4acing iKii't~exat*tiy good for one, if we are. to b(jli«ve those who are able to tell us liow we are madti, ^Aji^nojL^o^l^-it-^sju^t-j^^-io^; jono^auTltl'oally otriy~iookgirice tdthosdwho've gat_ accustomed to it, just as the bustle did and the Alexandra bend and crinolines and things _of-that=sf4rJT--^ fanliioa^ That-wTomen tight lace and ruin their livers aiid look deformed and fancy all the time they look just lovely^ And men never _tir^_ofjreniindiijg__ _'em^^f4t^4iwr-AFifmen^idn-t tight lace, too, not their bodies perhaps, but their souls, which is worse, ? ^ . ? ? ? ? — 'Tighnacing can't very well be defended ex cept by saying that everybody does? and that those who don't tight lace are consequently eceejatriaaaHbaDt fitto-mix ^w^^deeent^^-ple.^ There*$ a friend of mine who doesu't tight lace either- way, mentally or physically, and ^011 could hardly tell except you- knew, don't you_ 4m©Wi r^cause she's one^of the ^Up^v^onesJLX mentioned it to a...

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THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. October, 1890. UNIONIST Off NON-UNIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 October 1890

, THE WdRKEir^iM^QNTHLY LEADER. — ^^ October, 1890' 7 - UNIONIST Off NON-UNIONIST. ~Tfte~side of unionism upon which the capi Jtalistie^btfeaiek-i^itoniinaHy to be=dire!ete^4g^flt 'whicirWqjuireB unionists to .refuse to' work with' non-unionists anchby extension requires unionists to refuse to touch, taste or handle non-union goods ;' nominally directed' because as a matter of fact what Capitalism really seeks . is the total suppression or emasculation of unionism, and {this is only a little way it has of reaching the elnd— it-sfr^voutly-Keeks. Itis~ Insisted that the employer has a 'right' to ^m|))ojrwholn^he will^ apd_^hat_feuitti«»i*t-tor' ' '^woHc~\vifch them unless, they do is tyranny so abominable thatthe xery thought of it chills the ^'ploodof ttie nobli; and magnanimous employer. It is in tlfirtrame of ' Liberty' thai Capitalism jirojK)Sesnto^el)riv«^liiiiQiiigiii of a safeguard which has been found absolutely necessary to - saveiOiXHn bttiug. victimised, out of existence, w...

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