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BALANCE-SHEET. RECEIPTS: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

balance-sheet, ? Receipts : Balance, June 80th ? £U 7 8 tSSHtrtfinthmB-fKjin AiffliatefrUtrions ? Tailors . : . . .... . . 5 14 0 Clickers ? 8 12 0 United Furniture Trade .. .. 6 0 0 Operative Boot Trade ? 21 8 6 _ Typographical Association . . . . 25 6 0 - Wharf Labourers ? 12 10 0 Q.U.B.L.P. Society ? 7 16 0 Butchers .. ? . . 8 0 0 Tramway ? ?—.. 4 10 0 Bakers ? 7 0 0 Shop Assistants ? 18 0 0 Tobacco^Twietere ? ? 6_-LJ- ? River Misters and Amalgamated Enginemen ? . . 3 0 0 Progressive Carpenters. . .. .. 1 18 0 Painters .. .. .. .. — v. ? M0-0— , Plasterers . ; - .— „ .. - .. 0 12 6 Typographical Assoiation, re Boot makers' strike levy .. .. 38 5 0 Ttentr ~. ? ^-. ? 10 7 0 GasBttings left in Kent's buildings . . 1 15 0 Refund— Deposit on gas meter . . . .- 10 0 198 6 3 EXPENDITURE : Rent ? .. .. £16 8 0 Cleaning .. ? 276 Gas ? .. 0J2 7 Stamps and stationery ? 0 30 Oil, Saturday night meetings , ?^J___!*4_i^_0 _5__JL _ Printing ? .. .. 0 16 6 Organiser and Secretary's salary . . 75...

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CENTRAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. BALANCE-STREET fROM JULY 31ST TO DECEMBER 31ST, 1891. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

--iMTRALDISTRICT COUNCIL. Balance-sheet from Jolv 31st to December 81st, 1891. ??.-?'? ' ' Receipts. . s Balance in Q.N. BanS .. -.. .. £8119 8 Subscriptions from Australian Labour Federation ? 704 14 2 Advertisement Labour Bulletin .. 10 0 Subscriptions ' . . . . £13 9 0 Subscriptions Mulligan - Goldfield, W.A. .. 51 10 6 ? 64 19 6 Sustentation, Q.L.U, .. 585 0 0 Sustentation, Q.S.U. .. 658 3 0 ? 1148 3 0 Dishonoured Cheques paid . . . . 17 15- 8 Levy Account Q.L.U. .. 1800 0 0 Levy Account, Q.S.U. . . 500 0 0 ? 1800 0 0 Refunds — Defence Fund . . . . 500 0 0 Cunnamulla Camp . . 8 5 1) J. Helmich . . . . 1 10 0 Kenne ? 2 9 0 ? Salary ty M: Fanning 87. 11 0 ? 549 13 9 ', - £'4368 5 9 EXPENDITCBK. ' Prisoners' Defence Fund . . . . £42 3 6 Salaries— . Organisers .. .. £658 9-0 Secretaries Wood and Jackson..- ,, .. 6 0 0 Do. do. 55 0 0 ? 719 9 0 Maintenance Prisoners' Wives. . .. 82 0 0 Strike Account — — Ero^-NolefLpttid^. _., '2629., 3 9 Open accounts paid . . 79 9 I ? 'JTOy 12 10 Pr...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

OFntWl NOTiflCATIOKS. Offloial announcements of unions and reoog DiBei labour organisations inserted free of charge.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT DECEMBER 31, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

FtWjtMir'»Ti flTiTf!«ryT, T-H!i;gMKRH ftl. 1891. Assets (Cash and Dues owing) . . . . £72 12 1 Liabilities .; .. ' ...' .. .. 61 8 1 Balance to Credit ? £11.4 0

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"Worker" Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

?? Worker' Subscription Rates. _ Do-ePEBATrnB BooiBTmSi Per Member per year, II Bxhols Sotbobebbrb, per year, Ss.; per copy, Id. Newsagents, per down (payments monthly), od. BemittanoeB to the Wobebb should be made jtherepoBsible in cheque, post offioe order, or stamps can, however be sent where other form of emittanoe is in any way inconvenient. Friends of the Labour Movement should— Grt their Newsagents to~8e£L1 Get tbdsib Unions to Go-opebate. No profits are made out of (he Wobkeb. It is controlled by the co-operating unions. The editor |g elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. It receives more abuse from Capitalism than any other paper in Australasia. Every wage-earner TtouldTe«d1tTregularlyr«nd-TOryA-ody^rhoJwantB^ to see how the Labour Movement is going should atadyit. ^nn IS- Chairmen of shed eommittees, Q.B.U. and Q.L.U., are requested to mre as soon as possible the number of Wgrkkbs they require and the date they expect to cut out. All such orders wIU be promptly attend...

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FOR BEING A UNIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

FOR BEING JSl UNIONIST. igg* ELECTORS OF THE BARCOO! Remember the Union Prisoners and VOTE FOR RYAN—

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

LABOUR IN POLITICS: ? Charters Towers Labour rolled up grandly and put Dawson into the divisional board by 800 votes to ' Patriotic ' Gordon'* 629. This is regarded as promising both the ZFowere seats to Labour at the coming parlia mentary elections. Secretary Kewlev, of the Blackall Branch, P. P. A. wires that there are a num ber of names repeated on the newly issued Barcoo rolls. This will reduce the number , of elflctorB, originally stated at 1350, very ^f considerably.' Strong Labour committees have been formed at Blackall, Barcaldine, Tambo and isisford -to support-Ryan. — R. X Crosth waite wires from Tambo that the campaign was started there with a very successfni meeting whieh^unanimously-expressed confix ? dencein the Labourinan. At the Gympie municipal election the three victorious Labour candidates were within eleven of each other, which shows ? _ how well Labour voters took the tipto ' vote ^rairi '? -^ft next, ranriidatfl ^caa ft1~ 1 ih! i i 1 11!,^=^: while Flood, who r...

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BRISBANE EIGHT-HOURS ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION, SPORTS AND GIFTS DISTRIBUTION. EXHIBITION GROUNDS TUESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1892. PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

BRISBAUE-EIGHT^HOURS ANNUAL r^E' __MON8TRATION. SPORTS AND GIFTS ~T)ISTRI0UTlONr-^ ? Exhibition- GRorxns Tj'esdav, March 1st, 1892. PRIZES. 1. Four-roomed House and Grounds situated in Jubilee Estate . . £195 0 0 2. Piano, by Herman Shroeder . . 55 0 0 3. Value ? 20 0 0 4. New Zealand Travelling Rug . . 3 3 0 5. Electroplated Epergne . . . . ?- 0 0 6. Case of Spoons ? 0 10 « ^7TEiBhtrdB5reiocB^ ? t. —jrv—^ ^-5-4-0 8. Atlas of Victoria .. .... 110 9. Rocking Chair ? 0 10 6 10. Melodeon . . .... . . 220 11. Handkerchief and Glove Box . . 110 12. Pair of Vases ? „ — 0J0--0 18. Writing Desk .. .. .... 110 14. Concertina ? 0 5 6 15. New 'National' Hand Sewing . -' Machine .^ .. . .??-= i. 5 0 0 16 B.M. Teapot ? 110 17. Ladies' Bag .. ? 110 JfiUCloolL ~_ ,„. ? _- ? .. ? -_ ? 1 1 0 19. Travelling Rug and 'Strap .. .. F1S~T1 20. Pair of Solitaires . . . . . . 0 12 6 817 Chair ''.; t: -?..- --.-. ? ^ 1 3 ^ 22. Picture .. ? r^ ? -. ? ^-f-t^ ? 110 23. Breakfast Crnet ? 0 V6 24. Picnic Pocket K...

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

— SMOKHUL— - Owikg to ill-health Mr. Glassey has been compelled to abandon his proposed visit to the Barcoo. ' A Bush Socialist ' sends along £1 as a contribution towards issuing the Worker weekly. Thanks ! ? -? The Gy in pie Operative Bootmakers have elected for tho ensuing half-year: Messrs. H. Hayhittle , president ; J. Cole, vice president ; W. M'Langham, treasurer ; A. G. R. Beresford, secretary. «? — — At the uumiueucement of their strike the German compositors' unemployed ^iind amounted to £50,000, which the Government prohibited them from using for strike pur poses. Thk recently-formed district at Croydon _wilL-be_known. as the^Gulf District Council, A.L.F. The following are the names-- of the present officers : W. Maxwell, president ; W. H. Browne, treasurer ; Geo. Mungovan, secretary. The famous. Last Call mine is pro nounced by the Cloncurry warden to be ' a cunningly devised swindled— But-nobody is arrested as would b~eThe~case if a union man ~askea~a~blacklt'g to knock ...

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Expired Subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

Expired Subscription*. Bubseribenrreeeiving their Wobkeb with a blue mark through this paragraph will understand that the term of their subscription has expired, LABOUR BOOKS. | | ? to o CLOTH BOUND- ..__ |e.d d. Co-operative Commonwealth .. ..80 4 (By Laurence Grdhlund.) ? Ooa Destiny .-i ? ,-. — ^^_ . . ..80 4 (By Laurence Groulund.) Ethics or Socialism ? 3 0 4 (By Belfort Bax.) Socialism m England ... ... ..SO 3 (By Sydney Webb.) APER COVERS— ? CffaOggHATIVE COMMONWEALTH .. ..104 (By Laurence Gro» lund.) CONVENTIONAL LlEfl OF ODR CIVILISATION 8 0 4 (By Max Nordau.) 'jmrnufB trolnmn . . — ^ — .. US. ? (By Ignatius Domully) The Old Obdeb and the New . . ..102 (By Morrison Davidson.) Lookino Backwabd ? 064 (By Edward Bellamy.) Social Problems — — _JJ__ . . ..10 8 (By Henry George.) ?BOOB£8B AND POVEBTY. ? 10 4 '- (By Henry George.) 1 .BAST -- .. ,. ? .. _ .. ..06 2 (By Charles KingsleyJ I Alton Locks-.. ... .. ,-v .. 0 8 8 (By Charles Kingsley.) Cooperative Settlement Aims and basis...

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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

? 14B0JJR OVER SEAS. Thebk has been a nice little instance of legalised robbery in Italy. Prince Doria, 'wfao8e4amily~recetved large grants ^f-famds from a former Pope, has recently *old part of his estate thus acquired in the mountains. The people of those districts have, since the Etruscan neriod which antedates the Romans, been accustomed to common . rights of pasture and for gathering wood. The Prince laid claim to the fee simple of these Iande7whieh the people reRisted at law, but the court upheld the Prince's claim subject -t»-hi8-paying the local treasury 63,000 lire. The people would not agree to give up their rights, which, they argue, their ancestors haw handed down to them for more than 3000 years. They drove the Prince's sur veyors away, but the military have been called out and have arrested the popular leaders. Which is a very fair sample of 'law and order.' As a result of the big carpenters' strike, the London building trades are , federating. Men are always more sens...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

'TffirH«ItlRIAti»llt. Griffith has officially and publicly 'black- legged' cm the black labour question. There — is-plenty— of— time to *-f-iimu*'fc f-' hia irumj. festo and to reply to u\» purely gratuitous and altogether unwariHTU»d nttack u]-on the Labour party. It is sufficient ju~t uw to remark that when a mm b-gins togo crooked k is pretty hard to. hay just wher»* he will wind up. In politics as in th** relation of the sexes, there is really no half-way house between the own-true love and the goasyou please. .._. *x ? M_ ? 1_*_ ? # ? A good many now in Queensland will pro bably recollect, as I do, an occasional rut vivicgjragiuent of what ua* or ce the broad 'common 'attached to an Enelish village. Herente^^la^eT'tir^eegef?d; — Here 1itrd-Jn~ 4*ey grew-to jnarkeliible..«i2&— Here his-cow _ pastured. And here the lads played rounders and the girU came to be courtecrr They will also recollect the gradual^nelosure by the ' lords of the manor '_even of these surviving frag...

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BOOKS RECEIVED FOR REVIEW. About Christian Socialism. How American Wage-earners are Euslaved. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

TTOKSTlEGHVEiriOT^EVIEW^' About Christian Socialism. How Ame rican Wage-earners are Enslaved. ' PoVKRTYpWEALTH AXE TAXATION,' by the Rev. Jas. Macdonald, published by Wm. Reeves, 185 Fleet street, in a book of the Christian Socialist order. The writer is ap parently a Unitarian minister, in many ways vigorous and always humane, with a soecial aptitude for culling apt and instructive quo tations. Two paragraphs contain the gist of the book : Certainly^noj5an£,_hunianejnortal who seriously reliects upon the matter, can for a moment defend the present social arrangements, arrangements which necessitate constant and hm-d toil on the part of the many in order that. the few may live in ease, luxurj, comfort, idleness, extravagance, or dissipation. — Substitute, then, for the theology of the Tniuiclie^TTh^^o^^sf^te^rmTnij^theoiogyrbRBBd not upon divine justice, but monstrous injustice; the Spirit of Jesus, the Religion of Humanity, and all other reforms will speedily follow. Of course the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

? i^UEEXSL AHD-SHEABEBSAUNION. ? All persons holding ticket?, butts, or money for J891 are requested to send same to the secretary at once. Agents and delegates must accept not lesB ihan £1 levy. The names of all members who have not paid levy on or before 30th June will be posted.- -W, Kewley, Secretary. WILLIAMS'S INSOLVENT ESTATE, CHARLEVILLE. If the undermentioned men will apply to Mr. R. B. Rodgers, auctioneer, Ac., Charleville, they will receive the amounts coming to them from the above insolvent estate :-*- ? James Thompson, iienry j^arry, John fititiiianrj— . William Keith, JameB Brown. W. Balfocr, Charleville, QUEENSLAND LABOURERS' UNION-. Agents and delegates who have any monies or unsold tickets for 1891 belonging to this union are requested to send them in to the office, Barcaldine, immediately.— W. C. Curtis, Secretary, jtro tern. MISSING FRIENDS. Efownv finr.r.Tvc, ? ? late of Palmerston road, Plumstead, England. Write to yonr brother, Eli Collins, Rookhampton P.O. Inf...

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THE BARCOO LABOUR CANDIDATURE. Extracts from the Printed Address of Mr. T. J. Ryan. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

THE BARCOO LABOUR CANDIDATURE Extracts from the Printed Address of Mr. T. J. Ryan. [The address opens with a vigorous attack on the Gatling-gun Government and a logical defence of Labour candidature, then says] :— First and foremost of political reforms,   the Labour party puts one-man-one-vote.   We want a People's Parliament, not a squatter parliament, nor a bank-owned parlia- ment. We want it firstly because it is just : I for one that the man who is denied voice in the making of the laws owes no loyalty to the law. We want it secondly because it is desirable ; for why should acres vote, as the squatters seem to think? We want it thirdly, because the other system has been tried long enough and has proved a dead failure. There are a thousand good reasons why we want one-man-one-vote 'and not a single sound reason why we should not have it. The man whose occupation compels him to move from place to place should share in the government of our common country...

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ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. ' Assets. Buildinfe and materials . . . . . . 2756 3 11 Building plant .. ? 16 0 0 Books land sundries ? .800 Cash /. ? 2 14 8 ! £37f76 18 1 | ? Liabilities. / ?Oujstajidjng accounts ., .. .. Ill 0 9 'Loans/.. ~ ? rv~ — . ? _^ .. 1567 12 0 Balance ? ~r-ifl98--e— 4- £2776 18 1 ? Q..WACKKH . } A«ait°«.

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TRADES HALL BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. BALANCE-SHEET FOR YEAR ENDING 3lSr DECEMBER, 1891. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

fT1RADE8 HALL BOARD OFIVIANAGEMENT. Balance-sheet for Year ending 81sr *- December, 1891. Receipts. Fixed deposit in L.C. Bank £200 0 0 Current account . . . . 821 1 6 In treasurer's hand.6 .. 1 10 4 — - ? ? — £1022 17 10 Donations to management, June statement . . 9 10 June to Dec— Plumbers . . 110 Plasterers . . 10 0 ? ? 2 1 0 Loans — ? -- Bricklayers' Society .. 600 0 0 Stonemasons' Society . . 225 0 0 Shipwrights . . . . 150 0 0. Eight Hours Union .. 150 0 0 Tailors' Society^ . . . . 100 0 0 Q.T.A. ? 100 0 0 Boilermakers' Society .. 100 0 0 Q.U.B.L.P.S ? 50 0 0 Plasterers ? 25 0 0 Furniture Trade Union.. 25 0 0 ? 1525 0 0 'SmairLoaTiBijy Trade Unionists Plumbers' Society . . 10 2 0 Amal. Carpenters, No. 1 8 10 0 ? IailoJSl_Bo£iety_^_ '_^ JLJL I) ? Seamen's Union .. .. 5 0 0 Q.T.A ? 5 0 0 Boilermakers . . . . ;'» 0 6 Bricklayers . . . . 3 0 0 ? 42 It 0 Donation from Eight Hours ''. Unton— -r. ----r.- ? ^ ? — . 100 0 0 Interest on fixed deposit .. . 8 0 0 Discount ? Jl 8 l Materia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

/Printed and Published by David A. Gumming for the Board of Trustees of the Woasan at he - WoREEaOffloo, Raff-atreet Brisbane.

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Expired subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

? Xba-li!ed Subscriptions. — : — - Subscribers receiving their Worker with a blue mark through this paragraph will understand that the term of their subscription has expired.

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"Worker" Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

'Worker' Subscription Rate*. Go-operative Societies, Per Member per year, 1/ Binoxe fiUBBoaiBEBS, per year, fte.; per copy, Id. Newsagents, .per dozen (payments monthly), 6d. Remittances to the Worker should be made where possible in cheque, post office order, or — postal-note, payable to T. W. Crawford. Penot stamps can, however be sent where other form of Friends of the Labour Movement should— ? ? Subscribe Themselves ; ? Get TBEiBNEW&AomTS yo-asixt Get tkeib Unions to Co-operate. No profits are made out of the Worker. It is controlled by the co-operating unions, The editor 18 elected. It advocates the cause of Labour.— It receives more abuse from Capitalism than any — other paper in Australasia. Every wage-earner ~TfaoritdTread4t-regiriftr4yT-a]^-ev£^ to see how the Labour Movement is going should study it. IS' Chairmen of shed committees, Q.8.U. and Q.L.U., are requested to wire as soon as possible the number of Workers they require and the date they expect to out out. A...

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