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UNITE! UNITE! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

UNITE! UNITE! Beotheb8, whom knaves have kept apart, ? — — — — - — ? tTnite \ ? Join hands, in voice and brain and heart, ? TTnite ! Labour now speaks from every shore, Its^mTesoundsHihewidG-world-o^er^ — : — =*- ? Awake, arise ! be slaves no more ! ? — ? '-—^^ United Unite 1__ To crush «. system foul, abhorred, ? :_!-.?? ? ? Jlnitel — ? To mjL for toil a fair reward, ? ? — ? -—- ? Unite ! i To end the base degrading ban ~''~' - 4!^ich^robs^ouJof-l^d!s-gi^J»jnan ? To doWerWpelfishrWorthless dan, ? Unite ! Unite ! ? Your lrantble~1romefiFwi-3i jo^_tcMjrown, - ? . ' ? 1_ ? ^ - Unite ! In rural vale and busy townp ; — ? . Unite ! To drive 'the loumtTficom the land, / ? To stay the grasping miser's hand, 7 ^ Make now a firm, determined stand : ' ? . Unite! Unite! ~~^~ In bonds more sure than tested steel, — -— - ^ - ?_ Unite! Soon then the world your power shall feel, ?? -.-- - ?.--- — - ? : — Umtei^ ? No longer cower like well-whipped slaves Before the Plutocratic knaves Who crawl to w...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

SMOKE-HO. The question of the revision of votbes' mva I has also engaged the attention of your executive, a&a I circulars have been issued calling upon affiliated I bodies to take the matter in hand. ~Whil8 our organist I tion, from the very nature of its constitution, cannot I take a side on political questions, the executive fad I that it is within their province to prevent, if possible, I our political institutions being used as a, lever to fut- 1 ther the objects of trade unionism by the eleoti(inof I labour delegates. They therefore urge upon every 1 representative present the need of watchfulness in 1 this direction, othbewise wi may find ouasEi.TiB-l ovTVotm-,-+Beport of tlie Executive of the Qemd I OF QUEENSLAND. ? '~***^uuwum The Charters Towers District A.L,ITH8~1 now a membership of nearly 2,000, including the 1 Oroydon miners, who number about 300, ? - — TfiS~So^h-Aaaiirj^ajQLjingl©-taxei8 are 8 getting out a little pamphlet-newBpaper weekly ? a¥l-t. T&b^...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COMING POET. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE COMINC POET. At the gate of the morning we wait him, At the dawn of a jaaktuiylnew, » ? — ? When men shajl arise and see visions And tyranuy^fade fromi;he view ; -___ Whe^n the rags a)id the tatters we're wearing Are doffed for new mantles that seem Habiliments fit for the angels He shall follow in wake of the Dream ! To sing the new tune when our pulses - Are still, and our hearts shall be dust. To give a new glory to girlhood, To teach the strong man to be just. To sing a new freedom for woman, I ' - - To break up the rivers again Of Love, thai the rock may be smitten That prisons the sons of men. ^Ehat a song-burst- shall fall on our hearing? ? What strains of new rapture, like those That came to the ears of men steering Through ^Egean seas, at the close Of the day, when the Grecian evening -—With the flute of^?eat-Payw^s shaken^^_____^^ ? On the day of the World's ne|sr dawning - A greater Pan shall a waken. And music that lives in freedom ^- _ Shall burst her barrierH— far ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LUCINDA SHARPE ON DRESSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

LUCINDA SHARPE ON DRESSINESS. It is very, very wicked indeed, for poor people to care about dress— I suppose everybody kuowB that ' It is very, very wicked for iK^rpeople^to ^e any notice of beautiful things or to desire, anything in the world that they haven't got. No really good woman gives a single thought to howjhelooks or what she eats — if 'she's poor, don t you Know. Ana the one redeeming point about the Salvation Army, to some people, is that it teaches its votaries to shut one eye at all the dress devices of the original old 'un and the other sinful lusts of the flesh. Nevertheless, if to love the Beautiful is to be wicked, I'm ready to thank Providence all my waking hours that I'm saturated through and through with deadly pin. And it pleases me more than anything can /express to know that all the poverty and worry Hud cant and humbug in the world can't quite— wash the same wickedness out of any single one of us. ~7 ~^~ Given tasty colours, sweeping curves and neat ness any...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"WORKER" BOOK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

'viiKHiMiSinramr~ ? The following books can now be sent free by watTM^hvfcjUowingirates^^ ? ' ? j_ s. d. Looking Backward .. -. .. ..0 6 BY EDWARD BELLAMY. With an appendix containing the author's reply to his -_ _ critics. _ - The Old Order and the New „ ..10 BY »H)ERISON^AinDSON, £3' Both the above books should be read by every worker. - ^HHM«H4cai^u^^of^iOCIaUfim_^^=_.^_8^ BY H. M. HYNDMAN. Social Problems .. ..~ .. .. ..ID BY HENRY GEORGE. Poverty and the State .. .. ... I 0 BYH.V. MILLS. Essays on Socialism .. .. .. ..10 BY MEMBERS OF J?HE FABIAN SOCIETY, AarPngoclal SiielaUot^ ? » ? ^ ? ,. 2 t BY G, B. SHAW. j ^^Tte^™h-iipon-the^W^RKi»-3ook-J!fc ? I chaage is so great and the supply oi~^m)SB obtainable so mmitecTl;haTstmiB-Tiefey4s^risi»*f — in filling some orders, for which consideration is asked. _ - _ . ? . -~ j Probably within a month, but possibly not so j soon, the Worker will be able to send books I pdstjree to any iaddress^on i?eeeipfe of ^rice, m J ^llows:-r-. ? — j G...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE "WORKER" MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE 'WORKER' HAIL BAG. -Goftespcmdenjffi i will jplease .vrtiteijon one si^Bot the oaoer only. Comments, suggestions, theories or any other matter intended for the 'Hear Both Sides' oolumn should be as short and devoid of superfluities as possible. Correspondents who do not desire to run the risk of blacklisting by having their signatures at tached to anti-oapitalistic ideas should use a nomde plume, enclosing their own names for the editor's — SatlsfooUon^oiely. Where no nom^de-plunie-is^TtBedr' tbe initials only of the name attached will be inserted unleBB express permission to use the full name is riven. Every worker should feel that he oan use the oolunms of his own paper, subject to unavoidable edi torial supervision, without fear and without favour. Consolidation op 'journals.— If all the labour associations having small papers pub lished monthly and some fortnightly would only make overtures to one another for the purpose of amalgamation it, if successful, would prove of imme...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE WORKER'S LEADER. December 13, 1890. IMMIGRATION AND THE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE WORKER'S LEABER. _^— December IS, 1890. IMMIGRATION AND THE LABOUR MARKET. When governments and politicians considerjthe^ ~immigration^uestion4heyrna^^ count of the claims of those who work for wages. Yet as immigration may seriously affect the labour market, it affects wage-earnejrs_most~ vitally. ? — -—^ '' Over the area, the resources, the possibilities, the subsistence -capacity of QueenslandT none of us are going to quarrel. We shall ajU agree that tain 40,000,000 in plenty, peace and comfort just as we all agree—if we have thought seriously over the matter— that the United Kingdom could sustain, m still greater plenty, peace and romfortj-faraiore^liati her present inhabitants. It is not a question of having reached the highest point of averaged per capita production, either here or in Britain. As far as here alone is con cerned, thereJs_aQ_doubtkbout . tbembeing.ictom ^fthe-wht)lei)opulationljpn^^ and to spare. But the politician who concludes -therefore that the whole imm...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

THE EDITORIAL MILL ? ^HB^atPQGioas^q^atter conviction of ^George Taylor, organiser of the Barcoo District; for calling men out at Amby Downs during' the recenf strike, has been squashed by the Full _^joui& :JTheJ-r^^ ratecTEmplwers* union has foronce been choked off short. The diplomatic visit of Employers1 Organiser S. W. Brooks to Roma might have been spared. The police-magistrate of that ilk - might just as well nave made a better try at interpreting the laws of Queensland. ? ' ? - — - — — — — ? — - ? ♦- — — ~~ ~~#~ ? # ' : ~ ~~~~ At the same time, we all want to understand thoroughly that the laws of Queensland, like the laws of the rest of the capitalistic worlds are rotten down to the ground. The Taylor case was not won because of the intrinsic justice on the Labour side or because of the gross perver . -sion— of-magfeterial— power 'Tr^aaiiiesteeUin the accumulative sentences. It was practically won ' by a ' fluke ' only : because the working under ' Queensland Shearer...

Publication Title: Worker
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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 13 December 1890

TM THE WORKER WORffl. ~ ~~ The ^e^a^pjjgters-haye jBnforced tha, ''^tnSaura in America. -Good men, the Ueutchersl _ ' ' ? The 'New Zealand gum-diggers union is J200 strong and proposes to cooperate for the securing of gum -producing land. ? The N. Z. Trwwne ir a nvft 4afcwr JPjW?f ^yghia^esulted-frem the big striktj, Tliui^ $e world is getting full of the next best 'organiser to a really good book. The Lake's Creek men are back from time and half to even money for overtime. Eight-hour day* still maintained, however. The company 'renises to. recognise the union. ThIb: Wpbkee has received £1 8s. (3d. for ^ the Propaganda Fund froni__the_^ensington_ IToolshed, and £8 Us. 9d7~?rom the Garandotta shearers for the maritime strike. _ ' Rockhampton w|harf labourers getting . back to work by degrees, but a lafger~Humber ' still unemployed.' The feeling? isjs|rcbg; jjhere__ ^fraHmffiijp^iQWsfaou^^ for ^a4ime at ieask-— ^ ? ^ — ,- ~^~- . ? A Bockwood correspondent suggests thai the bush and co...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE "WORKER" CALENDAR. From December 12th to December 22nd. 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

From December 12th to December 22nd, 1890. Deo. 12.— Melbourne wool-sorters struck. ____Mabbott acquitted on charge of libelling, Eev. F. T. Brentnall. -^ - :j^-^- Deg. 13.— Government requejted-^AJi.F. to 'rejeommend five la^jarrrfepresentatives for \^li52»p8 aiidjFactoriesrpominission. - ' ° ' Dftc. l^T^^ASnual meeting Warrego Pastoralists' Association. -. « ;\',.__j^__fy Dec. 15. -^Forbes 'pastoralists resolyedntt6t~to-: shear under union agreements next year. Dec. 16.— Bundamba colliers refused to work overtime without extra pay. . Dec. 17. — Queensland Labourers' Union annual ^ meeting at Barcaldine. „ „ - ' - Victorian Assembly- debated motion^by Trenwith in favour of statute eight Jaoxlrclay. DeOs 18. — London stevedores refused to loaa a , 1STew Zealand steamer coaled by nonunioniflts. Deo.,21. — DiflSculty between Victorian millers and employes reported probable at 'beginning of next yean Deo. 22.— 'British railway men decided on general strike for eight hours.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

On and after October 1 the Wobkeb will b© .ssued fortnightly at the following SabBoription Rates. Oo-opeeative SooifiTiBs, Per Member per year !/? -SraoLE Spbsokibkkh, yov year, . ~~r. vi T~i~- %h Single Subscribers, uer oo»y .-. . . .. la. Newsagents' Rates. Per Dozen (payments monthly) .. .. .. 9d IS- Members of the A.L.P. and of non-affiliated sooieties and others can ueip the^tftbour movement ? by urging their newsagents to sell the Worker. Remittances Remittances to the Worker should i-e made where possible in cheque, post Dffloe-orderror postal note. PfiNNy stampB can, however} be sent where other form of remittance is in any way inconvenient. Don't write/* Send the Worker and amount duea,nd ? I'll remit!' The amount is plainly announoed and it would cost ad. each to send aeoount^ ?

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THE MARITIME STRIKE Joint Committee's Balance-sheet. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

? Joint Committee's Balance-sheet. ? Receipts. Contributions .7 .. . .9718 10 8 Labour Bulletins . . . . . . 84 18 9 Discounts ,. .. .. ? .. ^0-7 8 — -r— —. ? — — - --.-.-- -;-^ &m4»T— ? EXXENDITURE. Strike Pay— _ fjgamen ? ^-. ? .^8841—7-^— ? - WhatfljabourerB.. ..2758 19 6 Officers.. * ., ? .. 203 0 0 ? ? liightermen ? r. ? mwn6~:V= * G€iie«alljabottfers^ _ _*^. ? S7S-1ISK...D _ Cooks and Stewards . . 6S6 18 0 ^ Rockbampton . . a . . 678 10 0 Townsville .. .. 290 0 0 ?Mack»y .. ..887 0_ 0 Maryborough .. .. 150*00 Cooktown . . . . 205 10 0 Cairns .. .. ? ? .. ' 71 10 0 Board and Lodgings . , ._» . . . 4«7 6 1 — ^ Proyiaions .. ? . . _ .. ,. 88^16 ~f' Telegrams and Cables = . . . . HO ii 2 g^tres ? ^_ ? _^__ — ., 3£^fr^__ Stauaps, Stationery, and Jtewspapera ? ;'. 8 2 ~8 ' sundry Expenses .» .. ? ? -- -\. ' 9R~~fttl Bank Charges ? ^_ ? jl^. — 10,18 4 ? naeneral Executive A.L.F.— Telegrams, &c, 68 10 8 Members of Joint Committee— ]Do8t Time 17 0 0 Members of General E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

Bob Somervills originated the present Queensland Labourers' Union. He suggested /t^to_JML--Eanning, now vice-president of the — ATE7F., wHen working at Saltern Creek, i«-lfie'~ beginning of 1888. A number of the men there put in Is. a piece for preliminary expenses. Bradbury, who was then Tia wiring, offered to^be secretary and treasurer pro tern,., TtfnicB t is how he subsequently came to be paid secretary. An4 when the shed cut out, the originators carried the union throughout the country, by letter and personally, lik« so many apostles. -'

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GENERAL EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

In compliance with a resolution passed by the {j^neral CouhciL-in-August the first— ordinary jj^Hi^-of th&Gejieral Executive-A^L J?X-coiii^z inencedat Blackall on the Dth-instant. . ? ._ The following recommendations to the affiliated unions were agreed to :—--'?-. Labour Party Organisation. 1. That all official Labour Candidates., shall accept the political principles- agreed upon by the A.L.F., shall pledge themselves to support ^any political, jcetorms demanded by the Labour Party, andr shall pledge themselves to resign from Parliament when- a vote of non-confidence is passed upon them by a two-thirds majority -^4te-ergaiused4aa^3O^-i?^^ which they were nominated. 2. That official Labour Candidates shall be nominated either (a) by a .two- thirds majority at aTcaucas meeting open ^to all members of the labour Party regidtug iu -thtijBlacUHul ilitiii4el ^qrTHfen-any^Bach candidate is nominated, or [I)) in Federa^iorrjdisidKJis where a -representa- tive caucus meeting is Imp...

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THOUGHTS ABOUT CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

THOUGHTS ABOUT CHRISTMAS.' ? Nineteen hundred years ago-febeltoman world was in travail for a teacher, a hero, a god. The old faiths of the_ West had lost their power for - good, their glorious ideality, their sublime aiwtlieosisiiig of Nature, aruHhe n«?w faiths had ? 4iot-5T£t-Tu4irStai-ted-ironi- the heaving-chaos of ? despair aiid hope that luu] .alianady- nTwkltty en gulfed bath, the mystic' worship of Isis and the ' 'joyous worshipTof the^lymiHan^dszifoionger did the educated everf pretend to believe the Jables which Poetryjiad woven ;__from the . edu- ''^' cated toHEhe uneducated the cold chill oT~ ? scepticism stole. Men^tiil^owed to Jove | women still prayed to Diana in woman's hour of need : mumbling priests still giajaed- for augury into the entrails of cocks ;' the wild''ora51es'rof Delphos still found credence undiminished. Only the ideals of paganism,,, tire ^grand ideals that had taught the Roman nation to love virtue before all and the Spartan laflto holdlife a paltr...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

The question of the revision of voters' rolls jiBS also^ngaged-the attention of ^our ^xecutiyey *and~ cifculars have been issued calling upon affiliated bodies to take the matter in hand. While our organisa jjQ^tfointbB^ery Tiatare of its constHutibti, cannot take a side on political questions, the executive feel that it fa Jwithin their province to prevent, if poatsible,~ oUr political institutions being used as a lever to inr- iber Ihe ©bidets ~ot tirade unionism hy^e^lectioiwrf labour delegates. They therefore urge upon every '~ representative present the need of watchfulness in thu direction^ otherwise ^we may find ourselves outvoted.— Report of the. Executive of the Qtneral Council of the FEDERATED EMPLOYERS' UNION OF QUEENSLAND. Matthew Reid has been- appointed organiser for the Brisbane District of the Feder ation. ''~~ ~ ? -- The Brisbane District Council intends publishing quarterly lists of utiion and non union employers. _ Thb Woukkh has received £l 4us. tid. from Sesbani...

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AT THE BUSH MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

A bushmen's annual meeting is somewhat as must have^ein the gathering of a Teutonic par liament In the far-off days of old. To it come great bearded men and beard-shaven men from the Maranoa and from the * linders, from the Darling Downs and from the wilds of the JNever Never where there isjiot even^a single ^wnship - to mafce^mark on the map, pushing hard across th^unbroken country, following hariily trodden bridle paths, or guiding themselves in day-time by the sun and at nignt-tim© by the glittering stars, or moving slowly, in with fishing line and -rinerra^Wth®^108*^-^6 -pleasant^mmer -- time. For 100 miles, 50Q miles, 1000 miles even, 4hey have travelled thus, their camp fires burn inXat night by lurking watorholes and trickling streams— for ft le^pnowweather and there is wofW oil thwtno-h thft eraat West. And some -have come part wayliy Treat and tram and some by stage, and somejme -hardly knows how tor 4hey-«rerju8tTiere and that is all Jhere is ^»i^. fWpm. But all are bushme...

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THE "WORKER" MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

THt ' WeaKEr^THIAlL BATT. _J Correspojadenls'wtirplease^write onone «ide of the paper only. Comments, suggestions, theories or. any ~oTfier~ matter h\t^AxdcA-~far~the~iHl^x- Both -Sides^- cohimn should be as shoit and devoid of superfluities as possible. Correspondents who do not desire to run -the risk of black-listing by having^theJuMrignatureB at tached taanti-catntalistic ideas should use a nomde plume, enclosing their own names for the editor's satisfaction solely. Where no noriwle-plujne is used, the initials only of the name attached will be inserted unless express permission to use the full name is given. Every worker should feel that ho can use the columns of Ihr own paper/subject to unavoidable edi torial supervision, without fear an-i watroufrlavour. - ; Watch the electoral rolls.— Our - enemies; are hard at work in Brisbane eliminating from the electoral rolls all those who, from the pres sure of hard times and the late strike 'frarye hecni obliged to break up their litt...

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SHEARERS' ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

SHEARERS* ANNUAL MEETING. The fouitli amiiu^^neeti^f-Q^fehe^aeenfilaRd Shearers' Union commenced at Blackball on the . Bth- instajvfe, -W. Saunders presiding. The fol lowing is a summary of the principal business transacted duriiig_the first sii-ilays : --December 8. —Secretary's report presented and adopted, ! and resolved that in- future it. be_ printed and L circulated among members prior to date of meet ing, Or^mseTS^-report^eeeived-ajid^acc^p^eU^ In connection with correspondence read, it was resolved : That Charters Towers Republican Association has sympathy of meeting, but plat form not advanced enough, as all sources of wealth should be nation alisedx as well as- , — ^ land. ? Mfttrilmra- at (fonflrfl.iV Executive ~* made verbal statements re progress of ? ^Federatioti-and rocont maritime strike. Vote of confidence in General Executive and Barcoo District Council passed unanimously. ~ December II. — Consideration of correspondence continued. Resolved :— That legal adviser be...

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"WORKER" BOOK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

The following books can now be sent free ty ? mail at the following rates :?— ? i.v,m Looking Backward .. .. '.. ., 0«M —BY EDWARD BELLAMY. ? ^M J5HiJi-aiLflm?eadi^containing the author's reply to hit M ^^ ? ^ — critics. ~^M The Old Order and the New . . .. Hi BY MORRISON DAVIDSON. ? IS*- Both the above books should be read by ewi7» worker. - S Historical Basis of SociaUsm .. .. 7 ? ? BY'H. M.^[YNDMANv ? — ?- Social Problems .. .. .. .? l*M .__._.-' BY HENRY GEORGE. ? poverty and the State .... . . !_? BY, H. V. MILLS. ''?_ Essays on SociaUsm ? * ? BY MEMBERS OP THE FABIAN SOCIETY. ? An Unsocial Socialise ? * ♦ ? BY G. B. SHAW. : ? -Jgr The rush upon the ^oekbb Sook^H change~is~sxr«Featj|nd the supply of w^M obtainable so limited thairsome-delayiBi v^m in filling someprders, for which considera*wn^H asked. ___ ' . „. c-JM Probably within a mottth, but poBsibly^otJM soon, the Wobker will be able to-sendwo™. post free to any address on receipt of price, »m follows : — .? -Gi1onluM?s^9...

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