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LABOUR BOOKS. PRICE. POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

LABOUR BOOKS, g I CLOTH BOUND- ' 8 d (1 Co-operative Commonwealth . . ..804 (By Laurence Grohlund.) Ocn Destiny ? SJ) 4 (By Laurence Gronlund.) T Ethics of Socialism . . o n I a - ? (Ry BHfnrtBax.) ? - ? 11 j ? Socialism in Ex.^laxd 3 --n ' ??- _ (By Sydney Webb.) ' ' I ' PAPER COVERS- _ ? COSOPERATIVH C6J1MONWEALTH 10 4 (By Laureiice Gronlund.) Conventional LieS\of oca Civilisation 8 0 2 (By Max Uordau } Cmsar's Column .\ ? 08 2 (By Jgnatius DoVm^lly) The Old Order akii th& Ns^^ . ? I02 (By Morrison Davidson.) Looking Backward . . 0 6 4 (By Edward Bellamy.) ' ' — ^T^ — Social Pboblemb .. , . 10 8 (ByHenrj^George.) Tboobess and Povebty ? 10 4 (By Henry George.) _TEIgT _ ._.. 06 2 (By Charles Kingsley.) Alton Locke ? ' n fi 9 (By Charles Kingsley.) ' '\ Co OPERATIVE SETTLEMENT I Aims and basis of organisation and articles of association of the New! Australia Cooperative Settlement Association : Per copy . . . . . J ~ZT ~ I Per dozen, post free ..021 Why I am a Republican . . ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO ALL FREE LABOURERS ! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

TO ALL FREE LABOURERS! Jfellow-workers, fellbw-sufTrera, fellow-victims of — the-st«Jo ? : ? That now rages and embitters through the world the worker's life '. Ye have failed to grasp the meaning of the Gospel that we preach! ? Failed to grasp the glorious Gospel that puts Hope within your reach ! Know ye Jiot that. men Are toiling, toiling, tolling day by day, Heaping un for rich men, riches : wasting their own lives away ; Ploughing, sowing for the harvest, which for other men they reap; ' ? ? Spending all their lives in making wealth that other menjwill keep ? Know ye not that wives and children of the workers toil and slave, ? Wearing out their wretched lives, at work from cradle to tue grave, So that idlers may be idle, so that wealth may be increased, So that Dives may have leisure, may be from all toil released ? ? ?- Hear ye not the sobs of anguish forced fromJips^ of haggard men, As they see their dear ones dying— hunger-killed See ye not our wretched sisters, who their bo...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME HOME-MADE SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

SOMtW 1MA0E SONGSv ? w .- ? The~~W-)RKER~iB— always-glad to print original Labour poetry- that has anything in it at all. One of -the things the Labour movement wantsjs some popular songs and _it is only by pegging away at the so called ' doggrel ' that the Labour songs will come. It was a wise man who once said : ' Let me write a nation's songs arid TTdoh't care who makes its laws.'

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHO ARE THE ANARCHISTS ? [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

—WHO ARF THF ANARCHISTS? I looked adown the vista enshrouded by the mists Of Social Tyranny, tp eee who were the Anarch ists; I found them sitting in the halle where sumptuous feasts are spread, Doling Htheir^ermnba of charity to those that^cry for bread, T^ ~r= ^''~ — ~~~ :— : That cry aloud tor Dreacu ? ZEhesM&ke^he cake and give the crumbs ? - To those that cry for bread. ? =. I found them — m — the council — halls hi legislative guiBe, - . -?- With smooth-tongued, oily gammon, withtnavery and lies, Making laws to suit themselves, bringing Law to shame, Crushing down the People's rights in the People's ? aamer ^ They take byfraud our heritage, ~ In the People'sTisare. ? ' ? ?— I found them in their cushioned pews, soorningthe widow's might, The golden calf of Mammon raised and wor shipped in God'6 sight, - Shutting their eyeB to misery— to see with them's a sin— ~ . They did not feel the Hell without for they had the Hell within, The Hell that is within. Who scorns hiB po...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKF-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

— ^MOKE-m f-,--- going to press and will be out about New Year. Send all tickets and monies at once to General — Secretary Hinchcliffe, Traies Hall, Brisbane. ? jl he rsnsoane Liaoour aomonstration, to be held at the Exhibition grounds on Boxing Day, is being actively prepared for. Messrs. Rae and Fitzgerald, MM.L.A. of X.S W., will be there certainly, and probably— Mx;~ James Johnston, M.L.A., who was black listed out of Brisbane for running for Wool loongabba in 1S8S. Mr. T. Houghton, M.L.A., ex -secretary of the N.S.W. Trades and Lahnnr fYmnrii, anH M T., A -Trftnwit.h., of Victoria, reputed to be the best Labour orator in Australia, have also been invited ; Mr. Trenwith has promised to come. Various ^ther-promitiettt -*outhern~Labour'mpn4tave' also been invited. It has been decided not to sell any intoxicating liquor on the grounds. A great roll-up is expected. ? There is nothing like a wide experience for improving and broadening the mind. Since the Griffith Government has acqu...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

? QFflCKkl WOTIRGATIOHS. Official announcements of onions and recog nised labour organisations inserted free of charge. . 'Worker' Subscription Bates. Oo-ohchahvb Sooiktucb, Par Member per year, 1/ 8moLE Sobboeibebs, per year, 2s.; per copy, Id. - Newsagents, per dosen (p&ymentB monthly), 6d. Remittances to the Wobkeb should be made where possible in cheque, post office order, or postal note, payable to T, W.Crawford. Penny fltampacan, Jipwever be sent where other form of emittance is ini&ny way inconvenient. Friends of the Labour Movement should— Bubbcbibe Themselves; Ge^teeis Newsagents to Sell; . -v- — J&ET THEIK Unionb to f!o.npp.» ati; No profits ate made out of the Wobeeb. It ie controlled by the co-operating unions. The editor is elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. It receives more abuse from Capitalism than any. other paper in Australasia. Every wage-earner ; should read it regularly, and everybody who wants to see how^the Labour Movement is go...

Publication Title: Worker
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ADULTERY AND COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

ADULTERY AND COMPETITION. ^The Maydr-^f fSouth Brisbane has. been the co-respondent in aclivbrce case. He ^h~as been acquitted, but whether he is adulterous or not is a matter apart from the tenor of this article. Several members of the present Cabinet are notoriously allfgt'Cl iaj uc ui nix nuuivciuug v&y -Ji living. ^f-^we-JuiL over the names of members of Parliament ~we~~realise—Jihat open scandal attaches itself to at least half of them. It is the same way with prominent business men starting up Queen-street or any other street. It is not exaggerating to assert that the whole of our social life reeks with im morality. ? * ? * ? « ? ?-. ? _ I mean to say, and in saying this I make no distinction of class or caste, that the vast majority, the overwhelming majority, of men iirQueensland have not been moral men from their youth up. The man who does X\nt recngnisfl this is pir.har a. hypno.rit.ft nr a, recluse. The man who shuts his eyes to it is a fool. The working classes a...

Publication Title: Worker
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QUEENSLAND LABOUR DEFENCE FUND General Balance Sheet. Receipts [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

PEENSLAKO LABOUR DEFENCE FUND General Balance Sheet. *Ql*EENSLAXD CoNTniUUTIONS— *£ si) Chaiters Towers D.CL^A.L.F. lUToTl ?»' Brisbane D.C., A.L.P, .. . .' T.K3 8 l* \N ide Bay and Burnett D.C., A.L.F. 193 0 0* Hockhampton D.C.. A.L.F.. 150_i) o TownsviHe D.C.. A.r.R ? .' ? m 0 0 Joint Com. Rnndabvi g Unions . . 189 9 2 —£«-d.Lalwm ? Union -|:n-.G.S. Casey i 19 9 ij B'lJerg Wharf Jisbourer-g-Uuion '.. 40 0 0 Mr. C. M'Intyre, Pktsworth .. SO sin Proceeds O'Callaghan Opera Com pany, Charters Towers .. .. 88 6 4 Australian United Sous of Toil, Campoven Creek ? 15 2 0 J. Eager, Cooktown ? 8 11 0 M. Laracy, Toowooml)a ? , ? ,\' ? 40-16-0 ? ~ETia.Qraliam ? 93 10 1 A.M.A., Ravenswood . . kk a n -Miners^nd Busiaess-Peopfe, ? stone., ? .. ,. %/ 24 11 6 Gladstone Labour Union . .' ' 08 D 0 ^uM Sons T)f -Toil, Nofmahton .'. 23 10 0 Men Working on ? — — -sroydon*Line ~ .. ] 29 0 0 Donald Scott, Normanton . . ' 42 2 0 John Thompson, Dargalong ..-- 8 0 0 Dargalong Unions ? 6 0 0 Wm. Eales, Monta...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE A.L.F. AND CRIFFITH. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

THE A.L.F. AND GRIFFITH. The following correspondence has 4&ken' place between Griffith and the A.L.F. : Thades Hall, Turbot-street, November ig£h, 2891 Sir S. W. Griffith, Ch&f Secretary, Brisbane^ Sir,— I am instructed by the General Bxecu tive, A.L.F., to most respectfully place before you been made, directly and indirectly affecting them. This General Executive having received Mr. Fanning's denial, including a statement of what happened at Uie time, written previous to the pub lication of the allegations of the alleged grass burning attributed to him, respectfully represent that this denial is as worthy of consideration as the merely hypothetical statement upon which -*he-Gllftl'£«-iS4nade-; n1*f- tihg ftpneinl R\i»wit.ivB would represent that it is unable after careful in quiry to find any trace whatever of any attempt to swell the number of unemployed being made by any persons connected with or acting on behalf of ^theiabour-flBionB-or-of any such- -persons end...

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APPEAL OF THE MOONTA (S.A.) MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

appi-:al op the moonta (s.a.) MiNiis. fellow ^kers.^^Tfie-itrliggle-which-iB now going on in the Moonta district demands the earnest attention of every wage-earner of every class of labour throughout Australasia. Our fight ls'OILthe Principle! of justice anC right, which will effect not only us, but eepecially evlry mining community m the whole cofonies-if we fail, not a single union will be safe. Think not our defeat will not affect you; our cause of labour iswnr cause, and the victory, if won, will be to your iatereBteVfor are we not all workers, and are not .?,'»„ _*? *'-'?*» .»?. »^» iapour laentical ? To vbu Thewjfoie, lellow workers of Australasia, weappeal with confidenoe-espccially to those engaged in mining ranuitB-to stand shoulder to shoulder with us m this our struggle. e . Por some time past the minerfi of the Moonta branch of the A.M.A. of ^Australasia ; haVe been trymg to bring about an abandonmenrof the tendering system, on which the mine has been EffiUE W^Sfd £r yea...

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THE "MEDICAL ATTENDANCE" SWINDLE. MYOLA, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

JB£,'JJMMEftUnENDAHCE'' SWIIffliL x Myola, November 1. It is Sunday night on the (Jairns Herberton railway construction, third sec tion. Since 6 o'clock yesterday evening a man has been lying at this hotel in a semi conscious state. From current report it appears that fae had t-een drinking ^leavily on Saturday while in charge of a team of iour horses and ft waggon and in going down an incline he must have been thrown or have hn.vA foil on All n.nv ta.ta ha was hrnnchti here on a stretcher with the calf of one leg laid right open exposing the sinews and bone, the lower jaw laid-open to the bone for about two inches below the mouth, the side of the head and face all bruised, the left shoulder and arm bruised also. -Whether 4»e4s4ntenjally-m3ured^r-nofrtto-one-«an-telJ-. — On his arrival here the usual crowd of male bipeds assembled and behaved like the proverbial washerwomen. It was suggested that^i messenger should go to Cairns, a distance of sixteen miles by the road, for the docto...

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A WEEKLY "WORKER." PROPOSAL OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO HE CO-OPERATING UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

A 'WEEKLY 'WQtaj' PROPOSAL OFllOOAn^lFTRilSTEES^ TO THE CO-OPERATING UNIONS. : Notwithstanding the industrial depression which is seriously felt by many of the Queens land unions_the desire has been very widely expressed that the Worker Bhould be turned into a weekly newspaper, particularly as the approach of a general election renders most jmnerative— the — possession by Organised Labour of more ample means for correcting the persistent misrepresentations of the com mercial press. With -tbis~einHn— view the WoKKKK Board^of 1 rustees has submitted to ^thB^jreneranffixecutiye, A. L.F. the following pmpnwaJs wj|ioh,-j|; 4§ suggested, should foe ? considered at once by the co-operating unions so that the General Council summoned to meet in Townsville in January may be in a position to decide the matter without loss of time. Proposal ? ' That the General Council grant to the 'Worker Board-of-Trustees 25 per cent of Its ^revenue for the teim^of one year as a subsidy towards the establish...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 November 1891

THE EDITORIAL MILL General Booth js reported by the Dunedin (N.Z.) Evening Star to h iva *hus talked to one of its reporters': Repoeter : You take it, then, that New Zealand ie as suitable a place for the scheme as the Cape or Australia? General Booth : I think that New Zealand is ? 1« the fi--wfr~-T— Hn unL tiiin hnf-nv-: — OiiAAttMianri ik~ next in opportunity to New Zealand. What I ? ITTPB' in fthpt .-QiiftPTiBlanti mnrjft mA-fl.^nKt,ff^nnrans; offer— her Government did, straight away— and ? would dofor mettH that I couMjiitkiLLJU) JJk iBi now as between Queensland and New Zealand and the Gape. Tbft pprHnii^-ja^mnafc ^»f themrtell-us^hatr the Labour movement is godless and irre — ligtetts. — Perhaps bo ! ? Yet, if i3o;— it is strange that in response to the socialistic agitation Sunday is being re-established as a — wstfrdsy 'on the^jontinent of Europe to the ^ndisgubt of the goiiiy^nTiiMoiis~|^o^^mongers' who stole it from the wage-earners. ♦ * * Talking about Sunday, it is one ...

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AUSTRALIAN LABOUR FEDERATION. SECOND ANNUAL SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

AUSTRALLAN LABOUR FEDERATION. ? .SECOND A^^JI^^i-SKSSIGK^ ? Notice is hereby given that the Second Annua Session of tbe General Council, A.L.F., will be held nt Townsville on Wednesday, 13th January, 1892. ALBERT HINCHCLIFFE General Secretary. Trades Hall, Brisbane, — — 9th-DeirernbOTrJ.1$l; ? T —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

For above books, seed price and postage in P.O.O., postal note, cheque, or penny stamps, to T. W. Crawford, Worecb Office, Raff-street, Brisbane ____TV_ ? Q.&C NOTICE 13P' All d- legates and chairmen of sheds are re quested to apply for levy tickets. . ? W. KEWLEY, 8ee.Q.S.U. Blackall. _..-? ? MFSRINO FRTKNDB. — : ? -— — Larry Nookak,— - — ? Q.SJL. delegate, is requested to send his address to W. Kewley, Sec. Q.S.U., Blackall William Hinch ib wanted to communicate with his brother John, Herbert-street, Brisbane. George Eyre— 7 ? Should this meet the eye of- George Eyre, please communicate with -W. Kewley, Blackall, respecting John M'Namara'e (Happy Jack) horses. ? M ? ?' . Thomas J. H. M'Millan-- . '1^ Should this meet the eye of Thosf J. H. M'Millan, or anyone knowing bis address, kindly send same to W. Kewley, Sec. Q.S.U., Blackall. Thomas Sidwem,, ?' '- who was driving mail coach in 1885 from Aratnac to Blackall, will hear good news by addressing the Secretary ?, Wharf La...

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BALANCE SHEET. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

BALANCE-SHEET. ' ? Receipts. ? ___^: December 81st, 1N-J()~ . balance at Q.N. Bank, Blackall . . €1922 10 11 — January 18th, 1091. ? Balance at Bank of N.S.W., Blnckall, transferred to Q.N. Bank. Blackall . . 1 12 2 November 30th, 1891. Subscriptions received— 8227 members at 10s. . . £1113 10 0 '4-members at 20s. .\ 4 0 0 — — ? Hi'; 11) a 587 members at 10s. for year 1892 . . 293 10 0 Arrears received — ' . ~ 36 members at 20s. . . 36 0 0 08 members at 10s. . . 34 0 0 ? 70 0 0 Levies received — 1(561 members at 20s. . . 1661 0 0 6 members at 10s. . . 3 0 0 ? 16G4 0 0 Refunds received — . , . ' _ From C.D.C. on account of Noondoo strike . . 37 15 5 ? From C.D.C. on account of Cecil Plains strike.. 22 8*8 ? ? : ? 59 18 8 Overpaid into bank by secretary on 29th September, 1891 . . .. .. ., 0 10 0 \. £5129 11 9 EXPEKDITUEE. . Novembrr 30th, 1S91. Maintenance of members during strike 1330 5 0 Centi'al District Council account — Agspssmonte -3) . . .. fi^» 18 fi _ .„_ Rations supplied un...

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"Worker" Subscription Rates. CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES, Per Member per year, 1/- [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

'Worker' Subscription Rates. Do-v-pRRikTiTE'8iM3JKT-K«T4*er-Me*ntoer per year. 1/ BinuTe-Fpbbckihrhs, }n»r,year, 2a.; per ouyy, Id. Newsagents, pM--dostf-n (payments monthlfJTlSn ???'?4temittinvces jo the Wokkem should be made — -whuv I'osailile in cheque, {.pst^yfflce order, or postal note, payable to T. W. Crawford. Penny fltami'B can, however be Bent where other form of emittance is in any way. inconvenient. r.Vwmilc nf t.Ur- T.nhmir Mnutmimt should — Subscribe Themselves; ? — ? ____GET-graaB Newsagents to Sell; ? - T3KTtHElirUjnONrTOi3O;aPEHiTE7' ? No profits an; mado out of tbe-Wo&KEB. It is — controlled Uylhe co-operating unions. The editor . ie elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. It -receives more abuse from Capitalism than any other Hpftyrr in Australasia. Emery wage-earner should read it regularly, and everybody who wants ? to^see4H3w^H-e^jalMH«- MovemeBt48^going should ? study it. ? Addrkss:— Wokker Newspaper Trustees, ? BafiLStreet, ? — : ? Brisbane, Q.

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

—ummki NniTOAim= Official annoiincfniKiiit) of union!) and reoop Disoo tntiour uivmuHtuioDh inserted iree of cbargc

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PROPHECIES OF WEAL AND WOE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

1-R0PHECI£Sl}Fliff«t-A«0 1TOE ~ Prince Krapotkin, th« Anaichist writer and scientist, maintains that wheitrlndustry' is soundly OTga^sed^wjejihalljjrowjMir food stuffs mid er glass and raise-orop^ifter-qropr regardless of season, by artificial heat with an immense increase in the productivity- of the soil. He quotes glass covered vinery in' Jersey, thirteen acres in extent, which re turns more than an ordinary English farm of 1300 acres and employs three men to the -worked-cogietheiH[nstead'~nf plundering one another a few square yards of high cultiva tion would easily maintain its man. Yet under the ' law and order ' government of Queensland thousands^^M^employpd^wtthT' millions of acres Iving idle, just as in Eng lind the submerged ^enth^iastarvingamid the deer parks. The Rev. Mr. Buchanan, who has ex plained eloquently what the TMted States 'does to stifle the discontent that naturally arises where there are a thousand millionaires and fifty million poor, might give a serious ^ho...

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LABOUR BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 12 December 1891

-bABO^R BOOKS, g J P&OTH BOUND- ^ ? B.d d. ? CO OPEUATmv CUMMTJSWKALTn .. .. 8 0 1 -?--?_ (Bv Laurence Gronlund.) Odr Destiny ? 80* (By Laurence Gronlund.) Ethics of Socialism ? 8 0 4 (By Belfort Bax.) Socialism is Enolanu ? 8 0 8 (My Sydney Webb.) ? - ^APEIi €OVERK Go-CPEIlATrVK COMMONWEALTH .. .. 1O 4 (By Laurence Gronlund.) Conventional Lies of ooh Civilisation 8 0 2 -By Max Nordau , CteBAr's Column .. „.. .. ., os 2 (By Ignatius Donmlly) The Ol» Order and the New . , ,.102 (By Morrison Davidson.) _ -JJooKiKa Backward-., -t. -..-?? . . -0-6 4 (By Edward Bellamy.) Social Problems .. .. .. ..108 (By Henry George.) PEOORESB AMD POVERTY . . . . ..104 \9-*3 UX3UJ «jrCUIgC*f t~~- Teabt ,. .;?? .. .. .. ..0 6 2 (By Charles Elngsley.) ' Axton Locke ., :,. ? 06 2 (ByCbarles Kingsley.) ? CO OPERATIVE ~S»mXiKMKNT ? : ? -~ S ? - Aime and basis of organisation and articles of association of the New \ Australia Cooperative Settlement Association : Per copy .. .'. ' Per dozen, post free...

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