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A DREADFUL DREAM. Being the Last Chapter of Bellamy's "Looking Backward." CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 27 December 1890

; _ ? -+ ? Being the Xast Chapter of Bellamy's '?? Looking Backward.' * r.iraPT_BP_YYV-ffTT. ? . ? 'It'a a little after the time you told me to wake you* sir. You did not come out of it as quick as common, eir.' . ???--:. The voice was the^oice of my man Sawyer, I started bolt upright in bed and stared around- I was in my underground chamber. The mellow light of the lamp which always burned in the' room when I occu pied it, illumined the familiar walls and furnishings. By my bedside, with a glass of sherry in his hand 'which Doctor Pillsbury prescribed on first rousing from a mesmeric sleep by way of awakening the torpid physical functions, stood Sawyer. . ?. .It was, of course, very plain. All that about the twentieth cen tury had been a dream. 1 had but dreamed of that enlightened and care-free race of men and their ingeniously simple institutions, of the gloriously new Boston with its domes and pinnacles, its gardens and ? -l^itrtnitiK, irnfj its universal reign of comfort. The a...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

OFFICIAL NOTiFiCATIOKS. ~ Gtficiul announcements of unions and recognised labour organisations inset led free of charge. '' IMPORTANT NOTICE! TO THE WoKKING MEN OF THE PEAK DOWNS AND fc-PKlNG8UHE DiSTlUCTS. A Branch of the Queensland Labourers' Union has been established at Springsure and an office opened. All who are desirous of joining are invited to do so at once. A meeting of members will be held shortly to make rules, adjust a scale of wubes suitable to these districts, to elect officers antTa committee of management, arid to transact any other business that may be re quired. W. C. CURTIS, Secretary Comet Branch Q.L.U.

Publication Title: Worker
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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

SMOKE-HD. ? -, Special extra edition of Worker may appear next week. _ _ ^_^^_= ? - Fuller reports of the Q.S.U. and Q.L.U, annual meetings have- been crowded out by the aH-ahsorbiagJaush-troublQ. ? : ? : ? ? — T^f -Ar yote Tot confidence -in President Jtl'Donald was ^earried_at a Charters Towers niass meeting of unionists oiTSunday-last. The Oondoorop shearers send £2 ' 4s. for the book and propaganda funds. Half goos-to ^aeh. Tiiey also send^bcst wishes for the~New~ Year, For which, many thanks and hearty reciprocity. The Brisbane doctors have formed a 'ring ' and tried to stick up rates on the friendly societies, who are going to get three doctors at £550 each per annum for their own exclusive use. The chief leader in the medical- ' ring ' is ^Brr^SHErG^Buherfcy, who is one of the bitterest ndenouncers of the _workers^,when _th@y_^ojnbine_ not to get^e^orbfl^nitleesibut for a living wage. The Q.L.tJ. scale of wages published on page 4 i§ this official scale sent to the Worker for...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

THE EDITORIAL MILL ^gftl®^DV«rHmetiirwantsl;o settle^ the '' agree merit' question it can do so very easily. All it has to do is to pass a Wages Bill, assuring to -every man the money he has earned and making that money as free-fromHevy anchdtstress and — forfeiture as ife-would- Jaaitit was_already^paid him and in his pocket. If such a law were on the .statute books, « and it woujd be a most righteous law, the squatters would be perfectly content with verbal agreements. On page 4 of this issue a full explanation of the^ause t-f quarrel in the bush will be found. The shearing 'agreement' of , which so much is heard is merejy a trick for tying the hands of the shearers while labourers' wages are beaten - down. The persistent silence of the capitalistic 1 press on this attempted wages reduction rivais in infamy the manner in which the Brisbane daily press treated th« trainnyay strtyfirfl fqnr 5ronrfi ago. - It has been well known for .months that an attempt^to force down bush__sage8 j...

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THE SQUATTERS' SHEARING AGREEMENT ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

— ^fffiB-SiffiATTERS' SHEAiUNG AGRKgM^ST ITSELF, The following is the shearers' agree ment and shearing rules fixed up by. the squatters'; associations to. be attempted to be enforced in New South Wales, (Queens land, and the northern districts of South Au6traUaJor-^h&^3om4ag-8easofis-i — — — ? ==- Agreement made this day of 18 between hereinafter called the employer of the one part, and the undersigned shearer of the other part. 4'ne tei^s^fthis^gfeeinient ^tre that the under.- % signed shearer hereby agrees teHtatthiuHyzservfi the employer by shearing with all reasonablef despatch ail the sheep required of himlay fl|e employer or his agent during the present season in a good and workmanlike manner and to the fiatisfeetion-of the empksryer'oT his agenTf~^eT totatriiinnber of sheep required to ba shorn by iliejwhole^of-the-shearers 'employed during the shearing to be not less than ^thousand nor more than thousand. l.-The price of shelling wethers, ewes, 'and lambs (including...

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FORCING DOWN WAGES Outrageous Attempt of Capitalism to Do grade Australian Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

? — — - . pr6a8o£ Queeroflattd— Niveb has the capitalist * deliberately and and Australia Ueq *g£8Urance to the easily tnattciously than in^ the bank-owned squatto gulled ' Savouring to do what is ' fair ' to the ora^^5ric'ers whom unionism lias ' deluded so jfewr. As a matter of fact the Pastoraliats Asso ciation, backed by the' federated employers, is simply putting forth its plausible and^mislead^ ing lf agreements' as a mask to the attempt now being made to Jorce the Queensland J-ush- m*n^lirage'a6wn to the degrading European level. A similar attempt was threatened a year agobut the firm front presented by the Australian Labour-Eederation, which eventuated^ m tne Jondary^n^aflfawrcbwed for a ^^es^ ex- ~^~ plotters of Queensland labour. — A^h«-©wae*- feitKHaa sSted. it^wasjiamb, the big Sydney ~~ WTOl-brokerrwho forced on Wlate maritime strike in the interest of the squattocracy. Ane ^^^^e^aritime^bodies has for-thejime being robbed the bush workers of allies able to ? elftnfl in...

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IN THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

~ltrTHE'WOBKEB'WOBlHr The question of the revision of voteus' rolls has also engaged the attention of your executive, and circulars— have Hieen issued^-G&Uittg^ujJon affiliated bodies to take the matter injmud. While our organisa tion, from the very nature of its constitution, cannot -tafee a- side on political questions,- -the executive feel -fcbat-it io within thcir-prcviace to prevent, if-possihle, our political institutions ' betug^ Jised as a lever to fur ther 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 ourselves outvoted, — Report of tiie Executive of the General Council of the FEDERATED EMPLOYERS' UNION OF QUEENSLAND. The Queensland branch oi the JL-eaeratea Seamen has put in the following executive for thejmsuing year : President, Kenneth M'Lean;- - vice'-presidents, W. Williams and J. M'Gauhey j treasurer, Gharlees. Malloy; s...

Publication Title: Worker
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CAPITALISM AT BUNDAMBA. Stafford Bros. Trying to Force the Miners to Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

CAPITALISM AT BUNDAMBA. Stafford Bros. Trying to Force, the Miners to Strike. Gilbert Casey's bold Btroke of organisation, which, formed the Bundamba miners into a union in the darkest hour-' of the great maritime strike, would have been effectless if some of the Bundamba mine-owners ^a^jiot-done^aTrtViey could to help him by gross abuse^f the power they held over their unorganised Wd.defence ieBrei»i^Gy^----Nattira^ sought redress . for some of the most pressing of ? 'theuMWongS; Their objection to taking the weight of their hewing^-xjgal miners are paid by the ton— from the- virtuous employer ywho never, never made a .mistake, induced the 'Stafford- Bros, to look upon unionism in the mme light that the capitalistic pr*-ps 1'»kn nt ft. Tfftiwrey'7~~ acoordhig to—the- guiding stars of modern, eivilisatSon, is very well as long as it doesn't interfere ^ith' business^ the very moment-it -tries to stop^heTianky-panky of profit-mongers it is a most obnoxious weed 'whicfi ought to be pul...

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HINCHCLIFFE TO GRIFFITH. The Gen. Sec., A.L.F., in Defence of a Fair Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

HINCHCLIFFE TO GRIFFITH. The Gen. Sec, A.L.F., in Defence of a Fair Commission. . Gek. Shu Hingticliffr has sent to the Pre mier tho - following letter, whicli speaks for itself:— ' ^iir, — From corresj*»)iu4ence publi.sljed in the daily press it appears that the Federated Em ployers' Association has represented to the Government that.it has been publicly stated—, that— the -^^struliatt-J^aJmir^ ^federation has been given absolute representation on the pro posed Shops and Factories' Commission. I therefore beg respectfully to -sall your attention to the only official statement of this Federation as published in the official journal of the A.L.F., ' a. coj^of whieh is sent under «ftpa^-?e-^y-vft^^: — TEBf^ statement has been copied verbatim throughout Queensland, and emphasises ;the fact that our elections are for recommendations only. We understand thoroughly, as has l»ecn also explained verbally to every. District -3omTCii of the A.L.F.,'tliat the UovercmentjvHl5int|il-!__ ti^art^h...

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ONE EFFECT OF THE BIG STRIKE. Secretary Seymour's Views on Labour and Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 10 January 1891

OIK JFFKfOF HIE BID STRIKE. Secretary Seymour's Views on Labour — -'? _ an4 Politics. ? ' ? A' There is riot a civilised country hi the world, glance where we wiH, but is seething with an unrest which cannot but be patent to the blindest of politicians. Although we of the English speaking nations are lovers of a slow constitutional method of affecting reforms, there la~Br^rery-fflreat^langer of this wilfuLfaliiuInesa of politicians keeping their legislation far amfaway behind tne march of events in this age_of light ning speed. Such criminal neglect may some day cause serious trouble. ' Just now. we are after passing tarougn cue -^j^thifoMTrrf^ttft f-f fhnnr) jnrmut itninqtrini battles, the effects of which can only be jiidged-by 4&e- future actions of the^mployed and their masterSj for certain it is that the maritime strike has agitated the minds of the wage-earners inaman netnever before' shown in the annals of Aus ^raUa^i-13ije_sjatne^ril-e lias^ also shown-ta J;he : whol...

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FORCING DOWN WAGES The Outlook in the Bush Stormier than Ever. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

fin«mw-Wlttt«WE8.i ? — ? — ?w The Outlook to the Bush Stormier th&u ? Ever. MUI '^4&ESSS£&« employers when [?] CT i7»»irt*M8d £f tHeirai©nsretusea repeated if we ™*JJ- ?* the olive-branch. trouble? andtheFacts# [?] their plan of campaign u Yet the ^ ^quest ^ ,, [?] members are actively poawacwd ; ^ where: — ** . _oo gflilliagsg the watinianu, »'u^'^'.' « fh^v win there they thfe place for the first **jjte., M^g JJ» ^ Sotttto Sre to aofept^ork in ^Saw^StoW! the squatter chooses lo . «M k^SateWhearers' which both s «h tS Pastoralists' Union to meet us m ing ol.lWl ^SVo^fforSS our P^ will be wanting jarisd iction, ,amUc , cffo i-on our p ?meftTlt|raQ wo to rentore harmomonsrejaHOT working men quested not to accept any «W-e«™ ^^J the Queensland the present struggle »nd refuse all ottered ^ ^ rm^rCQuSSd-Blearers.Uiion. Some Tips from Sydney. ? -~ Sydney, Jan. 17/91. __ rioor Worker —Of course the employers* 35 '-..'? «ia?is2asssfls [?] [?] ^Swhfwan^fc^Vld before t...

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A.L.F. DISTRICT BALANCE SHEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

A.LF. DISTfilCrfiAtAHCE SHEETS. The Roekhampton DistncTTJouncil's state^ ? *- ment of receipts and expenditure in connection * ~wt£h~the^iratttirae^^ik&^ ?' — Receipts. - £ s. 4. £ s. d. Joint Committee3risbane ... 678 10 0 Affiliated Societies as follows :— Rockhampton Butchers . . 40 0 0 RockharaptonDootmakers.. 5 0 0.. Lakes Creek Labourers . . 20 0 0 ? _, Rockhampton Woodworkers _ 6 18 6 Typographical Association — . ? (Ilockhambton Branch) .. 18 15 6 i . Stonemason^! Rookhampton ? ? r ^ranoh) ? ? 8 17 0 North^RoclchaffiPtpn Carters ID 0 r - \ _ f ' ~ ? : ? iflQ'JJ.— A ? Railway Employes (Rockhamp- -^ tonfiraneh) ,, _ ^^ ? «?— ,V— — ^-1_£j1_ ? Workmen at Mount Morgan ' ' ^~- mine .. .. .. ... 13 11 Subscribed by the general public per sheets--: . .. '.. .. 71 W 0 ^Coiteeted^at^cuhlifi, meeting in -_ SofaooIiiLArte -,-. . ^^~^~—j2~^IIZZ — 2^0-0 ? ? Total Receipts ... .. 938 9 6 Ex*?ENIHTU#Ji;. Strike Money paid as ioUows:— . ? a/ . - Sepii. 1— paiaBtrike^^ip^BSe ^3 10 G —...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

OFFICIAL NOTIFIGATiONS. — Offioial'annnnn%mAnt;H of unions and recognised labour organisations inserted tree oi charge. ~

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

LABOUR IN POLITICS. ' 6itrF«TH==bas--appGiatejdhJw^^Pownsville labour men J.lVs. Now whatqSi^nEhre-mean4 - Griffith never gives something for nothing. Thk. Wide Bay and Burnett District A. L.F, has adopted tiie political recommendations of the General Council in toto, with the exception of the 'annual parliament' plank of the Peopled Platform. Labour will be no good in politics until the electoral rolls are attended iio in a systematic manner by unionist officials, whose ditty it shall be t'.i ovoMni every ciaim put in and watch 'revising' so as to checkmate capitalistic trickery. ? I -ON.u;i -jsov is going to forcp^Sie^SovenP' ment hand when Parliament opens on the land sale question. More red herrings across the labour trail J -Donaldson is actively engineering the^attacK on bush \uages being 'a leading dele gate of the squatters. Thk bushmen are being ' revised' off the -electoial_rjol!sr_by^j^^ They can't fill the fesidenoEreondit^ Act, at the intricacies of which theup.P.S.'s a...

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QUEENSLAND LABOURERS' UNION. Scale of Wages for 1891. MINIMUM RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

QUEENSLAND LABOURERS' UNION. Scale of Wages for 1991. MINIMUM BATES. Shed Hands, 30s. per week, board and accommo dation General Station Hands, 25s. per week, do. Stock Riders {CattleJJgg,, do. Drivers of 4 or more horses, 35s., x$o. Drivers of 6 or morse bullocks, JJ5s^-per-week^ board and accommodation ? /' —Sh^ep Fire Branding, 30s., : do M^sterers for Lamb Marking, 30s.f do. Mifisterers for Shearing, j30s,4 4o. T^rrTluWng, !5sM do. r Lamb Marking, 30s., da .....=— Sheep Classers' Attendants, 30s., do. Men engaged Drafting, 30a,, ? d»s ? Gardeners (with right to sell), 30s. , do. Gardeners1 Assistants, 30s., do. Tradesmen on Stations, 50s., do. Sheep Droving, 35s. ^attitejB-3Bgvjggr^Os. ~ _i__; ? ~- Men using own horses, f-s. per head per week Men using own saddles, 2s. 64. per saddle per week Married Boundary Eiders, 20s. per week, rations for self a«-Hainily_ ?__ ?' __ ? Single Boundary Eiders, 25s. ^er^wee^nboard and accommodation ~ 0O0K8* BATES. ' Cooks for 10 or less men, 80...

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SHOPS AND FACTORIES COMMISSION. Nominations Submitted to the Labour Organisations for Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

Nominations S]abmitte^^td~Tn^TK^oinr~ Organisations for Selection. The recommendations to the Government for se$ts on the Shops and factories Commission ? &re_to he selected from the following list of names which has been sent in ballot form to the various; Queensland labour unions loutsidB the_ Offcteal District by 'the General Executive, ?jO**1, ? The nominating societies, are given as below -;-h I Batte^sby, M. p,., Butcher, ofBrisbane. —Bris- bane Butchers EmpioyesJInioiii_______^ Bai&e$? J., Butcher, of Lakes/Creek.— Jjakes r Croek Labourers' Union. Beck, .. J., Tailor, of Brisbane.— Brisbane Opera tive-Tailors' Trade Society. DKMXmtt, W. H^-Woedwor4^©¥r--ol_jya1Ey^_ borough. — General Labourers* Unions of Maryborough and Bundaberg,and Draymen __. and Carrifirs' Union, Bundabprg. 1~_ jGouGiirnr 1-V, OaMnefonuker, -of itoekhampton. . Hall, C. J., Carpenter, of Bundaberg^G«nera|~ — Labourers' Union, Bandaberg. Uollowav, G^Sootmaker, of Brisbane. — Opera- ? — tL^L_...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

— ? NOTt^fri ? ' r. To the Working Men of the Maranoa,., — Daulin-i Downs and Balonk^ Districts. A Branch of the Queensland Labourers' TJnion having been established in Roma, a meeting of members and those desirous of joining will be -JieMdOn Baturdayj-ihe 31st^Tanaary^at % o'clock r p.m., for the purpose of drafting a code of by laws and a scale of wages suitable to the districts over which this Branch will have controL Also to elect officers and a Committee of Management and ^ny_other-busines&_that-may-- be necessary. B3. H. MUKPHY, Sec. Maranoa Branch, Q.L.U., M'Dowell-street, Roma. ^==7^== IMPORTANT NOTICE ! _Toi!m«-WeaiaNG , Mbk pf~thb~Peak Downs AND SPRINGSURE DlSTBIOTS. ? A Branch of the Queensland Labourers' Union has been established at Springsure and an office opened. AH who are desirous of joining are invited to do so at once. A meeting of members will be held shortly to_nM^^ufc«j^4|usta Iscaleof wages suitable to these districts, to elect officers and a committee...

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

-^SMOKE^O. TttE^forwegian servant girls are'organis-' ing. ^^^ — 1 TaFQueenslan^quatters bave applied-to the Government for police jjrotecliori^ ~ The Queensland Railway Commissioners are turning off the old men by the score. ' _ .. . The Rockhami)ton railway men favour the amalgamation of the Railway ^me^ftndlilie WojiKiEH. ^ , / J The New South Wales navvies are going ^6r:3h10^dlitioTrof^n^ thetioc^o?s fee.- '?.--.-_ - * Beydo^ of Br^don, Jbiies^andj^^is the jgyftatr advoriar1rP-frf-^i'j|-itrfttion fl,mong~i^rjgbgjvg^ -empioyers. His firnt,ls'.'Jair..-. . * ' ~ The Brisbane District Council has fur nished ah officeTn Kents'~Buildings7~A3eMdp street, where its meetings will be held in future. - The Federated Temperance Union is -arranging for a s9eia^E^nionL_to--CQWeJ-INit-I^^7~ For^te^JIaUyJJiHinHwtcPsS^t, Brisbane, on^' ^^u^y^. Colonial SroretaeyTozer says that if there was nojdriuk there wofed be no pover^; — fTlijBJ srij 1 f JRFift ^wnrlmrBTi i?l rinfrri riwif ^hfty ^ff-jjW ?' ...

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AMONG THE ORGANISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

AMONG THE ORGANISERS. — Branch Secretary ^trjBPHY reported from Roma (Jan. 12) that both he and Organiser Forrester were tied up there by the rains. / . . ' . Oegantseb Oborgb Taylor reports from Clermont (Jan. 14.) that the men in camp at Logan Downs are full of heart and determined to stand out whatever happens, also that from what he has seen of the feeling existing the bushmen everywhere are solid in their opposi- — tion to the dictation of the squatters* association and its attempt to cut wages. George jocularly adds that we may expect to hear of his oeing at Rockhampton, where there is a receiving gaol for Brisbane, ' ' ? , Urganisbr KrrniniT CIarky yftports ttem - Maryborough that the victimising carried on by employerr in the Wide Bay and Burnett dis trict has had the weakening effect it usually has - when organisation is checked by defeat. He is hard at work assisting the local men in closing up the ranks and had_ a most successful mass ___ meeting at the Town Hall on -a ra...

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A CAPITALIST ON UNIONISM And a Defence of the "Drunken, Ignorant Brutes" He Consider Us. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 24 January 1891

A CAPITALIST ON UNIONISM And a Defence of the ' Drunken, Ignorant Brutes ' He Considers Us. THg-jjiacontont of many -of the employer class with the existing industrial conditions has been repeatedly emphasised in these columns. Tho following letter, written on -Queensland Club paper and addressed to the editor of the Worker, throws considerable light upon the un happy mental status of those unfortunate ' em ployers 'Tvho cap neither close .their eyes to the wrongs against which tKe^mfa«sjs__be^m 4to- pro test nor3o!jth«m«elve^offEel)rejudwes ijnherent -to^the^man who eats with a fork and doesn't put his knife in his mouth — not jbven for green peas — when anybody is looking ':—[?' Sib,-^As I trade pnji-bank overdraft, eton'HjeiongHso any union and dress Recently, lam, i suppose, in the opinion of your readers, a Capitalist (capital C, please Mir. printer) and for t^is dreadjtul crime no doubt de: serve to be denounced, burnt »n effigy, made a K.C.M.G., or condemned to some other hor...

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