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IN A MARKET PLACE, 1789. A Peasant speaks: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

^^A^^lK€f^|tAGM^«fc-z Jf^$mmmL-&$mks : . Ay, these be things that are done Every day, if y^ woulii but hear — ^££^jlwi3uid s& with^^ ? t— ,— Ifye would but waken and rise ! ^^Jiall a thousand perish that one l May-fatlen-and$ide in*tatet ^J^is^our manhood quenchedJjyUtear-?-^ ? -BistfriiUiiger deadened your hate ? ? Ai© ye noT riien, as they ? ' i As your fathers lived will ye live? ' Will yft nriiiprfi and finw fho Vnnn^ ? — l^ili jre toil, and serve them, and be _ ^Their bondmen and sla.vfea alwny ? — : ? ?- — ?— ~~ASd why 'i V.e axe toany and strong : ~ Y-S do nothing but labour^nd give. God wot ye have suffered long ! Lobk ! ; Ye^haveJaut to J3h&ose ? — ? — ? ? 1- Whether to live or -to^iie ? - Whether to live-as jnen, ? ^__— ? — Or di? like the brute 1 What then ? Will you take this gift, or refuse ? ? Ifeisjfours, if ye will but take 4 ? : Ye have not tojpurchase or buy. Already the tyrants quake ! They quake j forrbehold far off --.....-. A cloud*thkt ...

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LOOKING BACKWARD. 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

— iOOKIliq BACKWARD. 2000*1887. ~ THE ORE AT REORGANISATION NOVEL. — . ? . ? _!____ BY EDW3M5^BEEEAM¥r — — — - - » Chapter XXH. — ' Doctor,' said I, in thecourse of ourtalk, .... 'they were a very practical people, my contempo raries, they would presently begin to cypher and ask how you got the money to make everybody so happy ; for certainly, to support the whole nation at a rate of comfort, and even luxury, such as I see around me, must involve vastly greater wealth than the nation produced in my day.' u ' That is a very pertinent question, Mr. West,' re plied Dr. LeetEt^j. _^ . ' ' Let us begin with a number , of small items \vhprpin^yp:T»t-rmomi&B. WRfllth an com pared with you. We have no national, state, county, or municipal debts, or payments on their account. We have no sort of military or naval expenditures for ? mtai-fflMttflf.nrinin, nojmy, navy, ni- militja^Wehave no revenue service, no swarm of tax assessors and col- . — lectors. As lHegards our judiciary, polic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

_jffliaAmOTlflCftTI8HS. -' Official announcements l jtf^unioiiand^recagnised,. labour organisations inserted free ofcharge. To Members of- the Q.L.U.— The annual meeting of the Q.L.U. will be^held^n the Town Hall, Sarcaldine, on Wednesday, 4^thDeeem* j}&c£?^^mr=zr~^- — — ? — — =^=^== ~ ' '' ' ' '''?'. Business : ? ,. ! - ?'_li TheAtinuai^epDrt.^' -jGorrespondence. Election of officers for 189h I^viSiori of rules ^} C^L2Cl'J33i'3H, 43 and 45. Fraiiting new rules. , = Division of Queensland into districts with 4}raneh-of-tlie-Q^.U. in^aeh 4istrict. Chinese question. /Other business. ~ . . &3T All account^ to lie sent in before date of meeting. ?''.'?,. ' ' ?. - -?- By-order of the Committee of Management. T. M'-Gregqb, Sec., QX.U. THE ANNUALi MEETING of the Working Men's Parliamentary Representation Association will be held in the Town Hall, BlackaU^on WEDNESDAY, JOth December next. Business: General. w. kev: ,^y, . ! - Hon. ' . jretary. Blackall, Sth^ovember, 1890. -....

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

3fflfiiL^ The Charters Towers Carpenters' union has over 40 members, and in spite of many diffi ? Bellamy says that in tneirftfforfofrwfmfc.. the realisation ot ^eirideas State Socialists are ^^^aSi^raT^^dsT^cbnservjCtive^as to means.' : John Burns believes, in the boycott. He_says he has feliJihe bosses put it onjiim and Jmows how well it works. A COEBESPONDENT suggests- that owing to -the possible trouble pending the_ bush unions should get their '91 tickets out at once and rake in the cash while the boys have it. It now turns out that the slaughtered '^uriceTsonel-didn't haveJts_t5roat-cuti at all Jmt died of natural causes months ago. Give a unionist a bad name first, then hang him. IInpeh the new shippers' agreement .the _eQmpamW^prop0ge^-ad©pt^ legally rescind an lmprofitabl&contract by means of a cooked-up lockout or strike. — An effort is being made to form a coopera _tfo£4&pipany of-3Qi00&4-ter^ii^iKrpu1^JBraie~ Australian Workman as a daily. All emp...

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QUEENSLAND SHEARERS' UNION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

^-TJ-E J_» SJL JUSXLrii R_ AJ_J_E '.J_Ju__iQJ__-_ -~- '-.-_ ? ~~ — — ^i^gA-^MEETiyG, \ ? ' ^^i^A^^ualJlefilkigj^^thejnembers of the above Union will be held In the 4rown~Ha_7 Blaefcattr'eff ? ~ MONDAY, December 8th, 1^)0, proceedings to com mence at 10 aon. '_ .. ._ Burjxess: — To receive reports and .general* the con sideration of aj,na_lgamation or federation .with the A.S. U., tlio consideration of the coloured labour quDB- . ' tionjuid the following notices of motion : — \ 1— To amend the existing rules. ' . ° 2— Abolition of shed' committees and substitution of . one representative in each shed ttr take votes on all matters, =~=;^ — -— -' ? i~ ' 8— Alteration of Rule 26— medical examination 'aiicl' ^ members to pay 5a. in each shed, ^-r^jrfl radj tojmle 28 the ^-ordB^'^after HicTtdventof an ? — ^— Alter atibn and amalgamatHnrnaf-shc-, rules 10 ^ and 11. . G— Alteration of rule 80 re engagement or stands, also , providing that in event of more applications than I stands a draw t...

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THE "WORKER" MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

T«L'WORig^MA!L BAC. Correspondents will please wiite^on ione ^ide^of th©2^ paper only. Comments, siiggeB^ons, theories -or any other matter intended, for the. 'Hear Both Sides1' column fhoiild Tie as short and devoid of superfluities - as possible. ' Correspondents who 4o not desire to run the risk of black -listing by having their signatures at ~ Inched iiU.miti-uapitaUbtfe-idoas shottid-wie-a-noni^e- J ^giume, enclosing their own names for the editor's pAtinTSTfriftlT-HnfariyT — Wfagyg-jy nnm -V^jj^gTigia^iiBft^ the initiate only of the name attached wiiiiHRn«erte-£i: unless express permission to use Jbhe full name IB given. Every worker should feel that he can use the columns of his own paper, subject to unavoidable edi — tonal supervision, without fear and without favour. Those .who own, govern.— It is becom ing more and more apparent every day that possession means power, 'that unless1 the people 'own^ J^X__.cannptJ govern and the bnly~conolusion we can come yto ~tir~ the face_...

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THE WORKER'S LEADER. November 29, 1890. PROGRESSIVE UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

THE WORKER'S LEADER. November %9t 1890. ^mwm ; Zionism. _ ^SsTiONS^hQuld nolbrn^earTo^eiseatenHLn-a^dpzen pitched, battles before they understand the weak ness under which they have been fighting and of which advantage has been taken by the enemy. — Qf^eHf^e^hey-shottid^ot-nfted fro be^beaten^ejyjBcu once before they realise, from observing the signs ' of the times around them, that certain organi sation reforms are necessary if they would main tain themselves. But human nature is conser vative, even the human nature of unionism,:and~ probably the recent severe lesson was what the 'clergy call 'providential,' being necessary to show us the errors of our ways. If this lesson does not have tliojgffcfct of gradually inducing thorough re-organisation it will most certainly bjQ mjjeated until short-sighted conservatism is knocked entirely out olth^inodern unionism, 'njmdTusmytoHbe effective must be progressive ; ** progressive ' is to keep~uxrwiUi .lira growtfa-of1 intelligence and the i...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

IN THE WORKER WORLD. THH^jryinpte-A^MyX-JGfile^^ anniversary on November 10.^ lights of Queensland were all there. Since the close of the strike all the Newcastle miners have been employed, the cranes, working day and night. The Hobart Trades Council has appointed a sub-committee to draft ft federation scheme onT£helipes%f the A.JIj7&, — - - _ ._... ? . ^ The Bogantungan railway men are going in for a co-operative store. A. M'Leod is secre tary of the committee. —r—^BE Sydney Building Trades Council jaoj^templateB idisbaodisg ; the unions thus ai$li» aty&dlarul7oTn~lJa^'1^^ The iilawarra miners, who are still /out against an iron-clad ligreBment demanded by! the __ coal-owners have appealed to the Australasian ubions for financial assistance. _^ . ... . ? -m- - -' — _' Book Fund.— The Lansdown station sendTalb^gl£5^rtM.i-theAltonJDQWJaijh^ £1 17s. 6d.; the Afton Downs labourers, £1 14s.; the Leichhardt labourers (per Secre tary T, M*Gregp_r), £t 6s. &L; theOo...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

'MiroiMBrTitt^ Tbe question of the REVISION OF VOTERS' ROLLS has also engaged the attention of your executive, ana circu lars have been issued calling upon affiliated bodies to take the matter in hand. While our organisation, from the very nature of its constitution, can not take a side on political questions, the executive feel that it is within -their province to prevent, if possible, our political institutions being used as a lever *o further the objects of trade unionism by the election of labour delegates* They therefore urge upon every representative present the need of watchfulness in this direction, otherwise we may find our SELVES OUTVOTED.-Jteport of Vie Emeu tive of the General Council of the FEDERAZED EMPLOYERS' UNION OF QUEENSLAND. Present as delegates at the Employers' General Council meeting jyhereat_this resolution was _passed were the Colonial-Treasurer, the private tt«retary of the Premier, the leader of the par liamenter^Oppositton^even^MTj^JT^^-two MM.L.C., while...

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"WHY!" [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 29 November 1890

"WHY !" Why is it we toil so ?   Where go all the gains ? What do we produce for it, All our pangs and pains ?       Why is it we toil so, Is it because, like sheep,   Since our fathers sought the shears, We the same course keep. Where go all the gains ? Well, It must be confessed,     First the landlord takes the rent,   And the masters take the rest.       What do we produce for it ? Gentlemen !-—and then Imitation snobs who'd be Like the gentlemen !         What, is it for such as these         That we suffer thus ? Fuddle brained and vicious fools, .     Vermin venemous ?                   &a...

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Joint Committee's Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

Joint Committee's Receipts*. Seamen's Union,- London' ? ? .- ? -rr~ 200 0—0 Central Queensland Carriers' TTnioiT^ TTWQ 0 0 Queensland Labourers' Union . . . . 8865 0. 0 Queensland Shearers' Union ... ^..2517 18 0 Wharf Labourers1 Union . . . : ' 250 0 0 Southern Queensland General Labourers .. 15 0 0 S.Q.O.L., Lutwycbe Branch .. .. 6 19 9 ~CigBrmak«rs — ,_- ? ~— ? j.. '?_.'. 5 00 Omnibus Employes .. 77 7. Tflr~5— 6- Journcymen Bakers .. .. ..—-66 12—6 QueeIiS8^^yin3}p*aiTfiica1-±sBociation .. 170 0 0 Butchers' Employes^ Union , . .. 20 2 0 QaB^nBlan^BuUdm^LaboureTS^Proteettve — Society c. . ._. . . , , . 190 G 0 Clickers and Blockeis' Union ? -_ ? 88 9 '0 CurrierB' Union . . ^j^ . . 16 12 0 JDightermen'sJJnion ? .. .. 82 0 0 Barmen's Association. . .. .. 25_J) 0 Tobacco Twisters- Union .. — ,, 40 10 6 Shop Assistants' Assocla^um^'^^ - =**?--=- 13 4 ^6 Progressive Carpenters' Union .. , .. 80-8-0 Operative Plasterers' Union .. . . 10 0 0 UnitedJEurnitttte Trade Society . . 49 18 0 Tr...

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EDITOR'S ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

-^BJfflHfS^^lliWIip^ ~~Frlenarwill greatly obttgelijrBendingXo tho Editor, - Wobesr Office, Raff-street, Brisbaii^^uy criBp, brief, bright, or otherwise interesting notes onQneens^ land or other Australian labour matters Contributors of these notes, or of yarns, paragraphs, poetry or other — mfttter.4miBt Jiot mind if it is necessary to amend, condense or reject ; tbeymay rely on the' best being' flone that «an be done. . -

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Answers in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

Answers In Brief. P.O., Amby Grossing, and several others:— Our stock of Gronlund's ' c CooperativeOommon wealth' is exhausted, and the book cannot be bought in Brisbane. A lot ordered, which should arrive shortly. Number One, Blackall :— Will use iiext issue. T. M'G., BlatkaJl :— Thanks. — B.C., Toowoomba :— Too long; must boil down before using. — ';. ' ♦ ? ~~~t President Spence says the A.SJJ. has raised the shearing price in the southern colonies at least 3s. 6d. per 100, which means an average increase of £5 a^year in the earnings of every shearer

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THE MARITIME STRIKE. Townsville Balance-sheet RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE MARITIME STRIKE. Townsville Balance-sheet Receipts . _. . - ? — — ? — ?: ? ~_j£__^ji_ Donations from Geraldton Gr.Ii. ^~ U»ion 7.. -7T. ^, 60 0 0 General Secretary A.M. A. and Sec retary Charter Towers District , A.L.F..W. Richards ... ... 745 0 0 Townsville Wharf Labourers ... 62 19 6 Ravenswood Miners ... ... 53 10 6 Townsville Bricklayers ... ... 15 8 0 Towns vUle Shipwrights ... ... 11 12 6 Towns ville Public Meeting Collection 24 1,4 5 TownsvjUe Builders' Labourers , ..M] 2© 0 0 To wnsville General Labourers ,,, 146 15 0 Townavtile^re^p^ndTSargea ... 25 13 0 Townsville Typographical Associa tion1^ ... '... ..'. 16 15 0 Il^^^fe^lw^gmjfo^s^j^. 71 12 0 JB^osey^JpbTVEmployes .-.. WW~H~ Townsville Cafpri8*~tfmonTTr~ ? ~- — ,— 2-12_JL Townsyille Cabmen's Union *.. 1 1 0 Townsville Carpenters and Joiners... 12 5 0 Af ton Downs Shearers and Labourers 81 16 6 Secretary Gooks and Stewards' Union, Sydney ... ... ~~ — :^~^0 -0-& Joint Committee, Brisbane ... 290 0 0 Republicans...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

BOARD OF TRUSTEES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. On and after October 1 the WokkeE will be .ssued fortnightly at the folio wing Subscription Bates. Go-operative Societies, Per Member per yeaF~~^l/^_ BmoLE Subboeibeeb, per year. , .. .. .. 2/ ^BHreEE-ggBaoamians, por-oogy ? — ? -^-.. . . la Newsagents' Rates. Per Dozen (payments monttily)---^. . . . . ? 9d IS' Members of the A.L.P. and of non-affiliated societies and others can help the Labour movement' t-y urging their newsagents to sell the Worked. ; Remittances ^-Semittanoes to the ^onKER should be made where ' possible hUoheque, post office order, or postal note. ^J^N^ampsckn} however, be sent where other form Ofre^ittan^e'is^nTniy^^^a^onvenientj ? Don't wrjtoe, ' Send the Worker and~amouiitdue and Ml remit !*' The amount is plainly announcedTflWUii would cost 2d. each to send accounts.

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THE "WORKER" CALENDAR. From November 26th of December 8th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE 'WORKER' CALENDAR. From November 26th to December 8th, 1890. Nov. 20. — West, Australian timber-getters struck for an advance. , Notice given of intention to introduce .-Eight Hours Bill in House of Commons; ' Nov. 27. — N.S.W. Trades and Labour Council protested against^ jipointmentj of Commission to consider thfe labour question as a wasteif money. ' # Nov. 28. — Dispute m-Melbourne building trade reported probable owing to employment of non-nnionists. \r _'?'''. Dkc. 1. — I)elegAte Fitzgerald addressed meeting of London labour Qfficials^^ ? ^'J_ ? '©Kcr^r^^h^arers WTOTTtppeaTiases'. DEur 5: — Several labour candidates elected in New Zealand. 4 Disc. 9. — English Firemen's strike reported to be collapsing.

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ELECTORAL QUALIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

ELECTORAL QUALIFICATION. How to fill an electoral form? This is the questioni.^ JC^^imide^tjwa^Js 1» claim for residence, if the applicant resides whart—^he claynis for, for many freehold and leasehold claims are thrown out for no reason but some slight technical mistake or because the value of the free holding is not £100 clear of all incum brances. This is a sample of the way to fill in a residence claim : — ?----— 'THE ELECTIONS ACT OP 1885.'

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FORM OF CLAIM. To the Electoral Registrar of the [Brisbane Division in the] Electoral District of Toowong. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

FORlvfoFcLAlM. To the Electoral Registrar of the [Brisbane Division in the] Electoral District of/ Toowong. '? , ' /' I hereby give ycfu notice that I claim to ha've my name inserted in the Electoral Roll for the Electoral District of Toowong, my name and qualification being as hereinunder stated. And x nercuy ueuxare miav j. aiu pu»Bt5aBea oi such qualification and am of the full age of 21 years and upwards, and I am a natural-born British subject. ?._..'. flTJM5farifltian-Nampi a,nd Surname, John Broi^ ? (2.| Residence, High-street ^MUion. - — — (3.) Particulars of Qualification, Freehold six morkths at High-street, Milton; Allotment 22, Svh-section $04, Parish of Enoggera, County of Stanley. Value £100 above en — cwmhrances. . '. {4.) I eleet to vote in the Polling District which includes the Post Office, [or Court House] at Dated this Ust day of November, 1890, (Signed) John Brown. And this is all there is to be said about electoral qualification. Nineteen out of twenty £f_the r...

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FORM OF CLAIM. To the Electoral Registrar of the [North Brisbane Division in the Electoral District of North Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

FORM OF CLAIM. To the Electoral Registrar of the [Worth Bris bane Division,, in the] Electoral District of North Brisbane' rHHteFeby^ijEe^you^floiifieJ^^ iny name inserted in the Electoral Koll for~~CBe~ ~Mec^!fMJ&istrtdrof North Brigbane, my name, and Qualification being as hereinunder stated. And I hereby declare that Lam possessed of such qualification and am of the full age of 21 years -ftiidLjupwards and thatl am a natural-born BritShsubject [or a n!Sur^BBTi^ritishsub|eet and have been so naturalised for six months and upwards]. (1.) Christian Name and Surname, John JSmuh. (2.) Residence, No. $4, Albert-street. - .. ? (3.) Particulars of Qualification, Residence for^ix wvonlhs at the above address. (4.) X elect to vote in the Polling District which includes the Post Office [or Court House] of - -DatedJthis^2i&diay_ol November, AS90— ? (Signed) . ~JoTvn~Sifcvtfi. If the house has no number it must be Jie scribed so as to identify^ _by its position^ ap pearance or...

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LOOKING BACKWARD. 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. [Chapters XXIII and XXIV give further insight into the home-life and the ideas concerning the past revolution of the new civilisation.] Chapter XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

4*JH^*jte*RJL 2000-1887. THE GREAT REORGANISATION NOVEL. EDWARD BELLAMY. [Chapters XXIII and XXIV give further insight into the home- life and the ideas concerning the past '' revolution of the now civilisationJ^V Chapter XXV.- _ ' I suppose,' I said, ' that women nowadays, having ~~been^ relieved of 'the burden of housework, have aqp employment but the cultivation of their charms amf. graces.' ' ? f 'Bo far as we men are concerned,' replied t-rU Leete, ' we should consider that they amply paid theljtf wgyrtcnase-enc .of youiMforsia--oiLexp_re8aion. if they confined themselves to that occupation, but you may be very sure lue^ have qmte-too-much-spiukJaL^onL sent to be mere beneficiaries of society, even as a1 rd turn for ornamenting ft. They did, indeed, welcomje their riddance from housework, because that was, not only exceptionally wearing in itself but also wasteful __inJhe extreme, of energy, as compared with the co operative^plan ; DuTthey aceeptett-*selie£-fr©m— ihat_ sort of ...

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