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SPECIAL ISSUE "WORKER" NEXT WEEK. STARTLING DISCLOSURES. Why Does the Government Refuse an Inquiry into the Late Labour Dispute? BECAUSE THE GOVERNMENT IS AFRAID OF EXPOSURE. SPECIAL ISSUE "WORKER", TO APPEAR 18th JULY, WILL SHOW WHAT GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS HAVE BEEN DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

1si^ttisso£^wiBK£ir.'iertEH(r [?] Why Does the Government Refuse an Inquiry into the Late Labour Dispute? BECAUSE THE GOVERNMENT! IS AFRAID OF EXPOSURE. ? SPECIAL ISSUE 'WORKER.' ? ?_ TO APPEAR 18th JULY, WILL SHOW WHAT GOVERNMEyT~OFFlCIALS HAVE BEEN DOING. 43T Read the following letters produced . by MX. A. Glassey in the Legislative Assembly; and look out for next weeks Worker, which will expose the whole plot : Rmkhampton, May, 18pl. ? Dear Morris, ? ? Abovv is aw extrucirfrom Courier ? of 11 Mail. There is no doubt that Mabbott has intended to refer to your advertisement. 11 Lane, of the Worker,' who is here, tells Blair this is m. Of;thisadvertise?iient Tozcr, of ^course, is ignorant. ....We.jduat.smt allow Tozer to remain any longer in ignorance or lie Will commit himsdf and the iioverntiutU to false assertions unwittingly. However pain ful it iimy be to us we must without a mwrnenVs loss of time put Tozcr in possession of the whole facts. Such an explanation would come — bctt...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

SWOKHB. The ' Slippery_Sam ' whom th_oy groan at Charters Towers mass meetings is S. W. Griffith. Australian Workman please notice! Hurrah for the sturdy arm 1 ? Hurrah for the sturdy will ! Hurrah for the workers' strength! Hurrah for the workers' skilH ? „ mirran ror hip arm mat guiaee tne piou^n , And the hand that guides the quill ! Hurrah for the noble workers! Hurrah for the young ind old ! The men of wortb all ov£r the earth — Hurrah for the workers bold !_ -r Judge WiNM-BY«BT^-^^w-Soutli^^jesr says that the only solution of the labour diffi^ culties is a feeling'of satisfaction on the part of the wape -earning class that th*»v are better off by their labour. And Windeyer is ex&ctly right. — ' Loktus Ib\tix-;» who for some time ran the Observer's ' Labour Notes ' as ' Demos/' is now running fche-Oharlt*m (Vic. ) Indepm 'flnit and goine: straight for on«-man-one-vote. Nineteen pressmen out of twenty ore natu rally democratic. It is only the difficulty in iwefismen^etti...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAPITALISM IN POLITICS. Tremendous Efforts Being Made to Block One-Man-One-Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

CAPITALISM IN POLITICS.' Tremendous Efforts Being Made to ? BlooU Oae-Maa-Oae-Vote. - There is no doubt about it that con ditions /in Queensland ure mope favourable to Capitalism than anywhere, else in the Australias. Encouraged by this advan tageous position, the cipitalistie-eUww evi dently ? intends to ? oftVr , uncompromising *©Msta«w-in^lr-trn-rT%^ra1--Tr^|nr^Tni- does not propose to conciliate one. iot;a. by Mnonnalilu -it\A i llu v'i f l Vllo 11 mi'l 'SSU ili«. T hllK it hopes to hold back the onemanone vote reform, to suppress at the same time iihe jn*t rights of citizens and thejiiscuntent which puch suppression naturally causes. It is^jiisfi as weJI that this should be so. for it shows clearly how brutally, unjust is the whole position «-f those who r«fu«e to reform society or_to let anyone else reform it, who ~ontv~' car e ^or authority to serve their own selfish ends, -regardless of all justice, and who deny-to-^htnr-pOTireT fellow men the citizenship which is the inborn...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL LABOUR SONGS. ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

ORIGINAL LABOUR SONGS. ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! "ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE!" You hear the people shout- ing.         The walls of Mammon tremble ere they fall. ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! Is this a time for doubting?   The poets have been prophets after all. ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The cry is growing stronger !   ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! It echoes o'er the wave!       ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The Wealthy dead no longer   Shall rule us thro' their children from the grave!     ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The knell of Retrogression The greatest triumph of the tongue and pen!     ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The right of long possession   Is right no longer in the minds of men!   ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! There's lightning in the thunder ! ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The reign of Greed is o'er! ONE-MAN-ONE-VOTE! The cursed Vote of Plunder Shall rule the plundered sl...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

'^THFOTORiAnwiar ^ I want every reader of the Workeu to read this : . _ . Tor~THiT'Wo^OR'1^11eferring tb~the agitators Sir S. ' W. Griffith' is reported in Hansard to have said : — . _ ?___..-- I think the conduct of the persons whom I re gard as responsible for this state of things is some of them to their faces not long ago that it was difficult to believe they were -sincere in trying to attain the objects they-jjiroiessed to have in view, because the means' they were adopting would necessarily prevent them attaining- t5e object they said they wanted to attaint ' . No doubt the above is intended for the information of the public. For their further information would you permit the to make known something so far unreferred to by' Sir S. W, Griffith. . At the memorable interview which I pre sume Sir fc-. W. 'GrMth~auIPied-to-aboTe' there were present Messrs. Reid, Mabbott, Glassey, and myself. He was asked on that occasion the following questions : Did he consider the conference aske...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CO-OPERATIVE COLONISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 July 1891

C^OPEHATip^CflUlNISATION. The foll&wing letter from the Alice river oo-oppra^ors speaks for itselT:— ? Central Queensland Pioneer Co-onerative Society, 3Sr.d June, 1891. Editor WoiiKj-m :— Undor instructions from our »r****»t working -cqmmitt****, T now send, full par ticulars of the progrelir-wki-?lijvehave made al£o th*1 actual number of out woyijrgrnjifitnjifirjja codft ofrulfs under whi-*h wo vVoTJELurvHTtheena*' w tliic mnnth. On t.h-- 'first An.V of .Julv We will. have our gon^ra! eWtion forth*1. - ear. _ The actual juiinlier-_af— hnusi— !&dc.-incixihar&— +«— eeveflttv-twcr they a*? 'all work'ins in tiwir own departments, each d^nariniontolncUiiJ: their own ovorswrs for the time.. h-»!wrrnf^BMt«ift4s_£ifjlenartm*»nts_ after the end of thi« mouth \v»ll foruTonv working_cmn miftee. There will hp a wcajdent. vice-presT3efrtr treasurer, R^er-atartiind t hreeJruFtees,_-the_se JwjlL form thi* hoard of niatfag-pnient, all to be elected on the first dav of July...

Publication Title: Worker
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS ARE "STOLEN"! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

HOW OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS AKE-^STOLEN !' THE PROMOTED P.M.: Constable ! If nobody b coming, for pity's Bake get down and kill the cat. Idon't know who to trust. Whatever should I d» if those blauke uoionistijfgofc an limuiry, for even if I burn these papers they'll know all about it and what was in eTerythinff. Perhaps that GlasBey hypnotised the oa*. but k» nhan'* any more HVtey efvarytfung's Htowm.

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

Printed and Published by D&vjx» A. Coaramo for the Board of Tnuteaa of the Worse n at the' Wouxer Office, Raff-«treevBri»bane. — ] ?— ? ? - . —

Publication Title: Worker
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"Worker" Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

'Worker' Subscription Rates. Co-operative Societies, Per Member ner year, v Stnqlb 8uBBCBiBEEm_per-y«*aTri5.','pFr copy', icT Newsagents, per dozen (payments monthly, 6d. ? Remittances -to -fcbe^WoftKSR-should-bfr -made where possible in choqne, post office order, or postal, note, payable/ to T. W. Crawford. Pinny stamps can, howeve.rrtrensefft where nvftgrtOTm trf— remiiiance is in miy way iuc-juveu»-jii. ? Friends-ol the Labour— Mov^nuwt should — ? SuiiScniBK TnKsisKLVEs ; Get TiiKiit Newsa«kvtr t-- Skix: Gkt TiiKin Uvwvs tuCo oi'K'iatk. . No profits 'afe~mad-i'bul'otliki~WiimrKi5r'~iT i« contrplled by the eo-operatinp; unions. The Gflitor is elected, it advocates th* -*au.s»- of Labour. It receives mot*1 abuse from Capitahsui than any other paper in Australasia. Kverv wasivearncr should read it r--7ii}a.rly, and everybody -vho wants to Bfte bpw the Labour Movement is goiiig- shcmld study k. ? Address* ? ? W(iiiM,ii Newspaper TnisU-s, ? Jtaflf Street, Bri-^an*\ Q.

Publication Title: Worker
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THE CAPITALISTIC PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

m lOAPIIlLlSTJC JHIL Frojn the commencement of the; bush trouble the whole cause has been persistently and deliberately misrepresented by nhe&quat- ters and tiieir allies, assisted by the1 Govern «ient-and-the-eapitalistic4-Bess^ Briefly-,_the_ facts are these : During the season of 1890 t.h« memliprs ^nf th*» Queensland Shearers' U»lo^^ina'~Df~thH i^ueensland Labourers' Union, which /together included almost every organisable wfge-earner in the Western dis tricts, worked,1 for the pastoralists under what is known as the verbal agreement wherein union rules and rates were expressly recog 'msed. ' ''A'n~~aobrtive attempt was~in^,dpi^t the opening of the season to cut down labourers' ^wagesirrtte-ailied unions, assisted by the-ArL.F., succeasfully resisting. After the maricirne strilce the federated Australian pastoralists, of whom the great tnaj-rixy of ^!e^ueeo6lanGV^oattST«ar^^)a«^u^^ta««lr determined to make a combined and desperate effortto break up unionism by thu enforc...

Publication Title: Worker
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MR. GLASSEY'S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

TODSSEfS^IIIWnilWf The motion moved by Mr. Thomas Gtossey in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland on Thursday, July 9th, read as follows :— - That In the opinion- of fiis House it is desirable that a Special Com mission should be appointed to in quire into all matters connected ? with the recent labour-Ja?ouble&=anjL-_ . their origin; sneh commission to have power to call for all books. papeiWr^etterSjJfc^lesrains-and docu* ments, to examine witnesses, and _ to thoroughly investigate cnarges made— against persons or associa tions of persons. From this simple and obviou»ly fair pro posal a storm *-f debate Iris risen which shows plainly that both .-Government and Parliament fear the ex {insure which there is ? ny.eiy-reason to believe wo\ lid result from searching and impartial inquiry. ? « * For itTall ttnroppomtion toTJKe motion, in all the special pleading of Sir S W. Griffith .and in all the furious diatribes of the Murphys andrTozers, then' is not. one solitary y -argu...

Publication Title: Worker
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Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 18 July 1891

- — o Notice. — fTIHE Government are prepared to provide free JL rations *nd protection in Police or Defence Camp' to all men, Union or otherwise, who are willing to return to their work at once. A lisMvillbe kept of the names of all such men,' anoTliliosc applying first will' receive the first engagement. '' ~ - Plenty of men can find work on those stations where shearing-is about to connnenoej and an all other stations throughout the Central District. j CHARLES A. M. MORRIS, Assistant Government Agent. April 7th, 1891. ' : Being mformed-^f™bhisr^a'Wng -sharply- rebuked Morris, and further condemned hie foolish haste when they. met. The advertise ment naturally only appeared once,' but that once was enough to make it famous. Griffith on the Advertisement. Knowing that the idea of dispersing the PQlYi itc hQn Ck O*a.ifi noan vliiri \n-\A *-%v\A ?I+r Knivm feared that should any conflict bo thereby caused, the conspiracy trials would be dis advantageously affected, a deputation from ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

Printed and Published by JUvjd JV.. Cummiho ^or tlie Board of Trustees of the Wohkku at the . WonKEn Office, Raff-Btreet, Brisbane.

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QUEENSLAND LABOUR DEFENCE FUND. WIDE BAY AND BURNETT DISTRICT COUNCIL, A.L.F. BALANCE SHEET. RECEIPTS: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

. ^UUfiENSLAND LABOUR DEFENCE FUND, Wide Bay and Burnhtt District Council, _ A.L.F. ? ? Recedes: £ s. d. Qfinpie Associated Unions . . . . 77 9 8 „ Rutchers1 Union .... .. 2 2 0 ,- _ Bootmakers' ,, _ .. ..850 Bidsvold Miners' ,. . . . . 18 i) 0 §rt-anlea „ ., ''.. .. '30 7 0 ffiiward „ „ „ '..?.. a 7 0 jHuryborough GeneraLPublic .. - .. 17 14 8 „ „ Labour Uuion, .. fl 8 10 „ Butchers' Union . . . . Kt ]n l(f ^ „ Boilermakers' Union . . IK 0 «- „ Wharf Labourers' Union !- Q~ -) „ ^Ironniou!«5«'rs' Union . . 8 0 o Jkryliorough Railway .Knijiloy*'*s Asco ciation ? ID if; (i .*21« i; -i ^?eeiiEland Labour Dt't nci1 l'linfl .. 1!):! 0 0 Jointing, &c. . . ? ? 3 0 ' -i Bpiit ? iJ20 flwlegrams, Stamjif--, Ar ? 0 if 7 \AfevertJsitig ? 2 3)V (i jaaddries ? 0l;( 0 JHeretttrj^s Expenses 'i.nn ending mecti ? ing at Gyjnpie) . . .... . . 100 . BlwLhce passed over to T6'.banlea Strike 9 1H 7 £218 (i ^2 Audited and found correct. / A. G. Douplas, ) *«^«t^..B , W Cbomitok, ) AaditorB.

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"Worker" [?]ption Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

*W«rkw' ftnbmlptlon Bate* : Gto-opsEATtrs Soonmss, Per Member per feu*, 1/ giHuu, DmiwjauiEUB, pta jmw,ai,; pernqny, 1(L jgayaAGEKTg, per dogen (payments monthly), 6d. — ^telmttancee to tne wobkeb should be made where possible in cheque, post office order, or MBtal note, payable to T. W.Crawford. Pekicy tittups can, however, be sent where other form of jtmitf.annA in in nnv vnv innnntmnipnt. Friends of the Labour Movement should— SVBSClltBE THEMBELVEtt; Get their Newsagents to Skll; Get their Unions toGo-opebate. No profits are made out of the Wokkee. It is — ftfttitrnilpfl by thft -v-~opern,ting unions. The editor if elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. R~ receives more abuse from Capitalism than any Other paper in Australasia. Every mage-earner should read it regularly, and everybody who wants friaanhQWjfoA r.ahnnr Mnvnmftnt is ggjng should itndy it. __!_ J — -^ A&DBK8&: — _ ---—~ Wokkeb Newspaper Trustees, ? --—^~ Raff Street, --'''' Brinbane, Q.

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

OmCUl NOTlFtCATlOMS. Offloial announcements of union* Kid reeog Blied labour organisations inserted free of oharge._

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ORIGINAL LABOUR SONGS. COURAGE! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

ORIGINAL LABOUR SONGS. COURAGE! « That which-deeayeth and waieflfoldlB ready q vfiSfislf away.'— Paul. ? — tt&i it decays, the order ? The fabrio on oppression reared— 'The deBiK-t~reiRn :-Wyallow gold, — „ The sovereignty of consoienoe seared. ?Soon may it vanish with the past, Around the grave that hides deep wrong. The obsequies no shadows oast, Though burning memories may throng. Slow breaks xmon_a waiting age ' - The flash ofdawn, the clearer light ; ? And-yet^new historic page — : ? Shall ohronicle the might of right. Though iur id skies o'erhang the doom Of toilers in life's lower deepB, ? g|BroBg^ries^r^elp^^4hro^i^fe4he^oomI And Justice hearkens, Pity weeps. _ ?) Stern men are struggling for their rights, Long wrested, in determined fray, ? And^ope upo^ their banners lights, Though victory be not to-day. Yet shall it come, nor tarry long, ? The trump of triumph soon^ahftU-somad)- — And old opposing forces strong ---' Be driven from their vantage ground. Freedom shal...

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LABOUR BOOKS. PRICE. POSTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

T.AROTTR ROOKS .: 8'|g CLOTH BOUND— js.d.|d. .-OO^PEHATIVE COMMONWEALTH . . . . 8 0 I 4 (By Laurence Gronlund.) Qpit Dewtikv .. . .. I- .. /.. 8 0 4 (By Laureuuu Oronliiud^ — — i ? — — Ethics ok Socialism L .. ..804 (By BelfortBaxf.) ? ; — r- ? Socialism ik England ? ,. . . . ..804 (By Sydney Webb.) papkp novfeRa- 1 ? ? CONVENTIONAL LlKS OF Ot'E CIVILISATION. 3 0 (By Max Nordau.) England's Iheai ? , . . 1 0 j (By Edward Carpenter.)* The Old Ohwek ami thk Nj-:w .. ..10 4 (By Morrison Davidson.) LiKikjno Backward .. .. .. ..063 (By Edward Bellamy.) Social Problems. , ? ...... ..._,.. ..10 8 (By Henry - ieorge.) Peoueesh ani- Povektv ? 10 4 ? (By Henry George.) - Yeast .. .. .. ... .. .. 0 « ^' (By Charles Kinepley.) Alton Locke ? -..,-.. 015 2 ? (By CharlesJKingsJey . ) ?

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QUEENSLAND SHEARERS' UNION. COMMITTEE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

QUEENSLAND SHEARERS' UNION. COJfMJTTEK MEETINGS. A meeting of the committee of the Queensland Shearers1 Vnion was held in Tib^-Cnion Offl(«r©n Saturday, the 4th inet. Prebent— Messrs. M. B. Wilson (chairman), J. Howe, P. Quirk, R. Smith, J. P. Murphy, H. J. Jackson, J. M'Garry, E. Jen kins, Gilbert Casey (organiser A.L.F.), and W. Kewley (secretary). — Ihe-minutes of the meetings held on April 8th, May 18th and 16th, were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence, which was unim' portant, was endorsed. Tne inwards corretsiiond- - enoe included tne lollowmg letters :—* rom air. . Teesaale, agent, Bajringun, re maritime levy? resolfed that the maritime levy be not enforced after thiB date. Mr. Breen, Adavale, re agency; resolved that the agency be transferred from Mr. D. Whitelawto Mr. G. Noble. Mr. Stinson, Long reach, re agency; resolved chat ^SK^Stinson be appnintftd agent n% Tinngreaoh. Mr. J. Wells, Dalby, re expenses; retolved to pay the account on receipt of bill of partic...

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GREAT NON-UNIONIST STRIKE. The London Busmen Get Full Up of Seventeen Hours a Day. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 25 July 1891

GREAT NON-UNIONIST STHIKE. The London Busmen Get Foil Up of Seventeen Boars a Day. ~^hrMay laBl the Paris buemen stru-.4c-for; fairer oonditions—aud won. On June 7th fr.ho T.nndr-n hnnTn^n, who up to the prtvioug^ trfNeJc had been unorganised and non-union, , fpUowed^iuitrtire^eaaiii^-Iaondoa-unioniists hastening at once to their assistance. The following dramatic acoount of one of the most ext» aordinary Labour upheavals .which has occurred since-the j^eat_dockere^8trike^ is from the Trade Unionist : — WHY THB HBH STRUCK. - The London 'busmen's life ~has been one of in tolerable hardship. No doubt they have been well led and clothed and hOUBfed, but what in tLe good of a bouse which you can never keep your eyes open in for wearinesB ; of clothes branded with the broad arrow of ''bus 'servitiideT7Bad'0f loM,-Which_L6^ just so much dividend-thickened skilly? ~^~ ?? ? -— ? ? ^ — T~ZZZT Fifteen, sixteen and seventeen hours was the regulation time that 'busmen put in. Why on -earth did ...

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