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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 12 March 1892

THE HUMMER SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1S92.

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 12 March 1892

OUR BUSINESS DIRECTORY Bakers. F. R. ALLAN, Baker and Confectioner, FITZMAURICE STREET, Next River Bridge. ARTHUR AND CO., NEWTOWN BAKERY, BAYLIS STREET (Opposite Royal Hotel). Small Goods of Best Quality always on hand.' Wedding and Christmas Cakes a Specialty. Jack o' All Trades. A. M. A. BROWN, Gunsmith, Machinist, &c. , &e., FITZMAUMCE STREET, Opposite ' Hummer' Office. Tailors. E. TYLER, Tailor and Gents' Mercer, AND JUVENILE OUTFITTER, FITZMAURICE STREET, Next Pastoral Hotel. Hotels. CLARENDON HOTEL (Cojrner Park and Elizabeth streets), ; SYDNEY, BY CHARLEY WOOD (Late of- Wagga). Trams from Railway Stop at the Door. ' - ??' ' .? . 4' ' ? ? COBAR BRANCH AMALGA MATED SHEARERS' UNION To THE MEMBERS OF THE ABO YE BllANCH. It has been deyided by Annual Conference to remove the Office from COBAE to COONAMBLE. Date of removal will be notified in. . a future issue. W. PEKCY, , Secretary:^. Gobar, March 2, 1892. IF YOU SHOULD Have read an advertisement like tliis before...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
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NOTES FROM VIC [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 12 March 1892

NOTES FROM VIC Deaii ' ' Htjmmeu, ' ' — J ust got back from my shearing tour in New South. ^ Been cleaning pots and pans, and washing my togs. You see, I'm.-.a hatter, and' as the fresh graft will come hard on me for a day or two, I'll just drop you. a line , while I feel fit. Bush fires very prevalent, but the Unionists don't get the. blame, round here. I rather think the careless use of phosphorus for rabbit-poisoning causes some of them. ; Great excitement here ; over coming elections. Two candidates in the field. Hunt,', the old member of 18 years standing, is a good man, and is going for the ' one man one vote.' The other chap, Squatter M'Kenzie, is taking up the 'dual vote for thrift' catch cry ; and is death on the Trades Hall. This new gag is only a capitalistic trap for the selectors. None, of its advocates agree as to how much property will entitle a man to. the extra vote. Some propose £50, some £100, and Service proposes £200. (Must be freehold.) Now, supposing the capit...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

MISSING FRIENDS - Dan Boavman (shore at Groongal and Grong Grone').— Send -your address to Wagga, A.S.U. ? / ' ? „ ' ? ' / Sid. .-Lenehan, r shearer,; last heard ' of six or ?' seAren .years . a.go, at (Gannon bar station-.— — Please communicate with J. C, Simpson, O'No.' 1 1 1 , ; Princess , street, Church- Hill,' - a Sydney; or Hummer office'. ' 1 George -Loave, knoAvn 'as! ' '.'Long ' George, ' ' r shearer, ?diwer, etc., etc., is- enquired for -: v^:'^-.his brother -in-la av. Address Goyern- - '' 'ment Printing .Office, Sydney. 4 .. If Alf. Smalley will apply to' Ja.'si Slattery, ?. ' Casterton -.Branch-, A:S.U.; he will- hear, of ,.. 'something to his 'advantage. - ? ' ; !

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MAGISTRATE PEARCE AT HAY— AND HIS SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

MAGISTRATE PEARCE AT HAY AND HIS SALARY. ' ? Dear Humimer,-— Seeing that the papers do not -pfive a very clear ; idea of myjact.ioniin.fthe .House the 4 other night' on' the aboyo matter, - , just a few words in explanation. „ - The motion before the committee of the - House was for . the, passing of the ' estimates for the' whole rof tho Department of, ; J/ustice. I had 'determin ed to oppose the scandalous uri - -fairness of yHie Police Magistrate at Hay, and .have it {placed npon the^records of the House;; . .and haAring done so, I moved the reduction of his salary from £540 to £440 per annum at the termination of my remarks; - in : order to test the fceling(of the House; and to keep the discussion straight. ' r' - 'v # ' \ ? 5 * , * ? On the original motion any member could speak^on any item in the Justice Department; and^some might hav e alluded to my. statements at'oiiee:; arid others might have harked back to the' same matter two, or three houi-s afterwards z. My amendment fo...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

WHITE HORSE HOTEL, ' ' WAGGA. - DAN BHEEN, Proprietor. Good accommodation: Free' paddocks and. ' ? stabling. Labor -pa pers always in . v ; ?, the reading room. ' ? ROYAL HOTEL, WAGGA. GEO. WHEELER, Proprietor ? As usual travellers will receive civility and tlie very best accommoda ,? 1 tion at this well known house., , Baths, Paddocks, and Stabling. GOLDEN AGE HOTEL, FITZMAURICE STREET, WAGGA. ! , . P. O'KEEFE Will. be glad to see old friends, and, as usual,, will treat them well. Best wines and spirits, and accommodation. GEO. ASTON, Ts'EAVTOWN 130AHDING HOUSE, WAGGA. .Goud -Beds— well made. , . . Good' Tucker — well cooked. Plunge and Shower Bath. ' a ' f 4 *' , r* ' « * ' i J * 4 ? '' ' , * -l'7s jper week. Free Stable. , CO-OPERATIVE SADDLERY AND HARNESS FACTORY. Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga. We desire to cliuw public s attention; to the above . Saddlery ,i which is being establised on co-operative ; ' principles. Saddles, harness, ?etc.,., can be -made. to,. order from .the best ...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

IF YOU SHOULD Have read an . advertisement like this before ? ; ; NEVES MIND ! READ IT AGAIN. W SMYTH & CO- ' ' Respectfully invito all BUYERS of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS £ SHOES, . ; i To 'Visit tlieir' Cheap. Cash Store. ? Note tlie Address. — ?/'? DUBLIN HOUSE, _ . ' , Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga. , r GET YOUR NAME ???;' on the ELECTORAL ROLL . THE MARVEL OF THE AGE. ~J\.' GRANDPAS MAGIC SALVE.. r£IHL most wonder-' f t ever placed ;oir-: me' '? ' * '' ' mmd:'* ft 4 to '*w'7a cure for all local Sk'in r Sk -&$- SH Breasts, Fest e r i-ng ? -? Bap*'/* '**' S :HB W ound s, B 'u r ivsj ? '* jjLj k Sprains, Bruises Boils . a JL etc. A gift to farmers; shearers, miners' and others. It is also a i*e PILES! Sufferers by ? ' # , this distressing com ? plainr SWeaP by it. All Chemists and General Stores. - J? ®oxes: Price, Is. and 2s.' 6d. Depot— 202 OXFORD-ST., PADDINGTON, SYDNEY, ?

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THE TUMBARUMBA TOILERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

THE TUMBARUMBA TOILERS [Br Dejeos.] .Some days' ago, being seized with the - denion--of - discontent, I cleared' to f T um - bariimba, hoping that 'tlie mountain atmos phere ? would beneficially^;afPect . my' 'uneasy ? discontented mind. ^ L _' Anyway my hopes were ./doomed to disappointment. , Tumbarumba ' arid ? the s urroundi n g, country, i s about:', as slow; as an : average 'Parson's Sunday; exhortation: ? It is a well; known fact that many liighly- moral good young men have been .'.driven to the use of strong language, and stronger drink, by their surroundings. To all such, I Avould say, fight 'shy of Tumbarumba. - Cliain lightning; tanglefoot, and hog wash are the only - alter- natives to melancholia in that cashless hole. ? Unionism is an unknoAvn factor ? there abouts, and 'folks wander about chewing th e ? ciid.^ofi'tlieiiv;'discontent,.'',:telling.- themselves t.h atrth ey n eed ';-a: Union ,?- and sAArearing by ; th e ice in' winter; and the price of bread all the veal'...

Publication Title: Hummer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

: r NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS- . ?v: Anyone who wants to do ,honest business can advertise. in the. 'Hummer.',' We have ..no; room 'for the greedy speculator or mono polist, the quack or the sohemor. r No ?? paper can run straight for/ the people and hit every fraud and lie that exists which has to depend upon- the favor of its adver tisers ; and the '.' Hummer'' means to -be; ' in the fore -front of the ^ Labor Movement while it intends. to -run 'holiest , till it runs down. ?' . ' - ? ' : ' ' ' For these reasons we ; cringe to 'no - one ? for adArertisements ;-,but t all .the same we, ask Unionists, to . support ; thoir own .paper . by patronising those who advertise in it. 1 j f The' ? ' Hummer'- is the 'only .truly; co-rope'ra^ - tive weekly newspaper in Australia/ and' all profits, go towards its improvement, r. ! - - - 'The Hummer' ' r office is a recognised. Union office. The only one in the Riverina.' ? ' For terms apply to the . ; ' '' ' MANAGER. . COBAR BRANCH AMALGA MATED SHE...

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THE BIRD'S-EYE VIEW [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

THE BIRD'S-EYE VIEW FROM SYDNEY. [By Tui.l ? ? 4. . \r . t In this column', ''with The per- mission, I intend, from a -fancied , point of . elevation above tlie crowd of toilers and x idlers whosgo to make up the sum- . of v . humanity v now*- a- days, to' furnish my friejids the 'bushworkers and' the readers of ' the' paper' generally, with the result of my- observa- tions on' moving incidents- of more or less interest to thoughtful workers, of which class I claim to-be an humble member. I write only for the sons of Labor for two reasons. ' In the first place because it needs only that the. great .mass of these shall be thinkers as well as .laborers, to enable them to adjust social conditions on- a more equitable basis all round. In tlie ..second place because the so-called ' ' upper crust' ' of society, as a body, cannot be moved by - argument, . or influenced by jiersuasion ; they -are un teachable except through hard experience— their /beloved ' sytems' must ' be ' ' sliocked1 '...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
They Say in Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

. i ) f-'i it .j;*' v * -\ They SayVi-n, Tumut t That-, tlie the Chows got a, rough time at the. .A.S.U. meeting on Saturday ni ight. .-'rC;,./ , That the Secretary was. '.'touched: on. the * 'raw,' and left the meeting. That there arc -only two ' p ubs ; in - 'Tuniut , (Globe and Star), who ' do \aiot ^employ . ' '? Chinese cooks. Union- men should -'frio'te this. ' ' ? That* Missee Blown,' M.L.Ajj.was'-riot^pre-*^ 1 sent, but, .110 doubt, his sympathy is- 'witli * — the Chows.* V '*/' * *?' /' * *;? That Mack, anyhow, ; ? will ' ' ' finely ' a'!' sliglifi ^ ? ; difference* in the- 'cbaiigc: 'r Th at Jack Connors' is very v' strong' oil* 'the Chiiikies.' t. - ' ? y '^W-' That one member said 'he. found a Chow^-m'' - - * town a gentleman, and would' cqhtihife^tb/, deal with him while ho treated hiin.as one.

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MR ARTHUR RAE, AND THE "DUKE OF CLARENCE." [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

MR ARTHUR RAE, AND THE * 'DUKE 0E CLARENCE ' ? Deatc' Hummeb, — A public meeting , was held at Urana, on. Saturday evening, March 5th ''(Mr John Foley in the chair), to con sider Mr'Rae's action in opposing 'the vote ' of condolence to her Maj esty on' the death of the' Duke of Clarence. After a -lengthy and animated discussion, the proposition -was put, that this meetings uphold- Mr Rae's action, and1 considers- that he actcd in a straightforward and manly way in opposing the vote of condolence, and, moreover, this meeting considers it would be a great loss to ' . the colony at large should Mr Rae not retain his scat in the House, arid pledges itself to support him to the utmost, should he again require their support. This was carried ' unanimously amidst great applause, — On behalf of the meeting, Yours, &c., . - iw. King-. . . Urana, March; 10, 1892. ? ? . * „ a ^ 'r t *, ' * - t

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TUMUT TWINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

TUMUT TWINKLES. A special A.S.U. meeting was held at the Globe Hotel on Saturday night to. discuss i tlie advisability of boycotting the business places that employ Chinese labor. Mr E. JKeneally occupied the chair,'- and about twenty members put in- an appearance. Mr J ohn^Connors, after giving the 'Cliows a lively five minutes, moved the following-',' 1 resolution; — 'That iii' the opinion of tliis . meeting all persons employing Chinese or ~ alien labor be boycotted by members of this Union. And that this' meeting also pledges itself to' support ' (where practic able) Unionists in preference to non- , Unionists. That' this .meeting also.ple'dges itself to carry out the foregoing resolution.5' *' ' Seconded by MrMohri Stewarti and carried unanimously. . . \ ^

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CARRINGTON HOTEL, WAGGA. MRS BRUCE, Proprietress. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

CARRINGTON HOTEL, WAGGA. : MRS BRUCE, Proprietress. Tlie Carrington is situated near the Railway Station ; is a well appointed 'hotel, : and every convenience' and comfort given to .Travellers. -? - Best wines and spirits and, accommodation.

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THE VOTE FOR THRIFT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

THE VOTE EOR THRIFT. In the Sydney Morning Ilerald 'oi the 14th inst. Arthur Rae replies to Epps, -the 'thrift vote' apologist of the .National Ass., as follows : — . TO THE EDITOR OE . THE 'HERALD. Sir,— Under tlie above heading you pub lish in this morning's issue a paper pre pared by. Mr Epps, tlie S ecretarv of tlie ' jST atioiial Association' of' Ne^v South W ales. As the subject is one of universal interest, 4ind one which is not by any means settled in this and. at lea'st two of the other colonies, I request a little of your space in which to ?challenge : the soundness of the arguments -put forth by Mr Epps against the equality ' ' of voting power for which I, and many more, ?am ardently contending. ' ' ' . His first statement as to the credit due to the Legislative Council for exercising ' its - _ specific function as a check_upon crude and ' hasty legislation,' is scarcely tenable in view of tlie fact that the Co uncil passed the pro tective tariff framed by the present Gov...

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER t H « - Those Ayorkers who desire to leanr more of tlie world-wide -labor moArements, may obtain tlie' - folloAAmig- .'books at- -the'' 'Hummer' office -J0r0j)erative Commonwealth (Groiilund) . . '... . -V. A.-;.: . l 4 .Conventional Lies of, our CiA'-ilization ? , 1 (Nordau) , . . . - 3 4 .Csesars Column- (Donnelly) . . , . . : . 0 8 The Old Order and the NeAV (Davidson) 1 , , , 2 . .Looking Backward (Bellamy)' - ..... 0 8 ..Social Tangle (Michaelis) ' . . .' 4 .. .0 8 Progress and PoA^crty (George) . . 0 -8 Social Problems (George) .. . ' . . v 0 '8 ? Protection and Freetrade (George)' .'.,, 0 ^8 ,'New Australian Co-operative Settlement / . Association Rules arid basis of or-'-' ' . ? ganisation (Argentine Scheme) 0. ' 1 'Australian Workman,' per * a nnriin 4 '0 ' Queensland Worker' .. , 2 0 -..Or any oblisi* labor book or ncAvspaper pub' 'lished in the English language at cost 'priced V , Send, stamps or M.O. to : . ' ' W. W. HEAD, : , '? Hummer' Office, Wagga....

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BOURKE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

BOURKE NOTES (BY UYl'UKN.) A Mr Kinivane took upon himseli to enlighten us on Friday night on ' Tlie cause and remedy of tlie un- ' employed;' but. if he did. enlighten ?anyone it could only have Been him self. He reminded me of a boy whom I, once saw trying to upend Donald . Dinnie s caber. The log was too heavy for the boy, and Kinivane got staggered by the immensity o'f the,., subj ec't which he tried to haiidle. He' told us that in the early days of the colony wages were, high, and also that employment was scarce' at the present time ; further, that monopoly in land was bad' (the audience agreed with him in that), and' that Australia was capable of keeping in comfort .a population one hundred times ~Vas large as we have ' at present'; ,.but when it came t'o suggesting a remedy our friend ' Kinivane got Bogged. He wandered from' unearned- incre- ment to Gladstone with *a'' facility which was perfectly astonishing, and got back to Henry' G-eorge, by way- of Ireland,- France, and, ...

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THE FERRY LAND CASE. (Before Mr Justice Owen in Equity.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

THE FERRY LAND CASE (Before Mr Justice! Owen in. Equity.) Bernard Ferry, on March 14, applied for an injunction to restrain his father, Bryan - Ferry, and tlie Union Bank, W agga,from sell- . ing-land which Bernard Ferry had selected, and - .which he had, before c'oming of age,-' trans- ferred to his' father. ? ? Plaintiff said the Bank knew of the transfer, but the Bank claims 4-linir nmioirlpTPfl 'Rmrnn 'TiVvi'ir n«! f.li nnlv owner of the land, and advanced, money, on -? mortgage on that understanding.^ His Honor justice, Owen said it was clear that, a very gross fraud had .been 'perpetrated. The plaintiff was an infant under 21 years of age, ? and his lather had, with' the assistance,of Mr Coleman, solicitor, obtained possession of the ? selection without apparently transgressing the Land Act.-. The process suggested was that the infant sh ould giye a sham pro. note there being no debt, between father and son— that' it should be suecb iipon, judgment ob- ' tained, and the proper...

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OUR PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

OUR PLATFORM '/'U ? . * ?' ,,„The ' Plummer' adATocates : v (i j ; Trades Unionism, and the . Federation of '? 1 .Labor '.throughout 'Australia ^now ; ' tln-oughout.tlie Avorld in the near future. (2), CorOXDera.tion : ^roluntar3r, niunicipal, an d - national. , : i g\ Australia for Australian 'citizens, equality /? * . of the sexes,, equal pay' 'for equal work.' (4) The complete political ' independence of tlie United Australian-, CommoiiAvealtli ' ' on a, basis of j)ure democratic Rejmblican ism. . (5) The Referendum, the people their OAvn Upj^er House. J . (6) Free land for. a free iDeoplc taxation of land A'alues. ' ? (7) In the. event of an invasion j those 'avIio - own- the country 'to fig:lif for, it ; every-' body' 'else' to-' shift, up '-country out of ? . harm's way. ?: 1 (8) Those' who belieAre in these reforms to ? assist in obtaining them, by . subscribing to the paper—4s -per annum. .. - ?? . v The ' Hummer' ' opposes : (1) , Black- and yelloAv. labor. 1 :- ? (2) ; Imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hummer — 19 March 1892

VIADUCT HOTEL ? ? . ? . , MRS JUPPENLATZ, Proprietress. This well-known house is replete with every comfort for Travellers. Secure and handy grass paddocks free. ' . GOOD ^TABLING* ' .Send your Washing- to Mrs. Burlinson, ...-Fox Lane, Newtown, \VVigga. White Shirts J fa specialty. — [Advt.] - jpSfl, .

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