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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

For above books, send price and postage in P.O.O., postal note, cheque, or ^pennyjitamps, to ? Worker Office, ~ ? '~ Raff -street, ? ? Brisbane 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. O. Cmms,-Keeretary, pro tern. ? MISSINGJCBIEJSBSL^ ----- — Henhv Raiksforo, of Belvidere, S.A., is requested to , write home; father anxious. WtLHAsi Downey/ ? Send addfesFto Wm. Sinclair, '~Na ? Norton-street, Leichhardt, Sydney, N.S.W. ? A | VJ T ! MESIPEItC i~i^uMiwwlZib-'iiiihlu \of/*ij* K- -'?? should apply to agents or secretary for eaine at once. Tickets for 1892 are ten shillings (10s.) only. All persons holding, tickets, butts, or money for 1691 are requested to send same to the secretary at once. Agents and delegates must accept not less than - £1 levy. The names of all members who have not paid levy on or before 30th June will be posted....

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. Official announcements of unions and recog nised labour organisations inserted free of charge.

Publication Title: Worker
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WEEKLY PUBLICATION OF THE "WORKER" IS EXPECTED TO COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, APRIL 2NO. (Parliament opening on Tuesday, March 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

WEEKLY PUBLICATION OP THE 'WORKER' IS EXPECTED TO COMMENCE ox .— - — SftTOROAYrAfRIL-tNa. ? (Parliament opening on Tuesday, March 29.) u^'A»I*.F. Districts or Unions contem plating weekly or other supplements are re quested to communicate with the Business Manager, Worker Office, Brisbane.

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GENERAL LABOURERS UNION OF AUSTRALASIA. REPORT OF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1891. TO THE MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

GENERAL LABOURERS' UNION OP AU8 TRALA6IA. Report or Execdtive Officers fob year end ing December 81, 1891. To the Members. Gentlemen, —In submitting this brief review of -**y--pyoE'''-fifl ffli»de_ during the past year, we con gratulate you on the measure ot miecesb auliteveth In the majority of districts the union is now thoroughly established, whilst in others it hasob tained a footing, and is certain to move forward daring the coming year. In judging as to our suck cess, members must remember that unionism has been somewhat under a cloud and was, therefore, without the aid to success which popularity un doubtedly gives. Unionism has TjeenuppVHs trial. Members' principles have been tried by the severe tire 01 adverse conditions. Toe result has proved that working: men see ia unionism a power for good and, in spite of severe trial, have stood by each other and by union principles, proving by -deeds-of Jioble^elfcs&crifice that their faith in the ultimategood which unity of ...

Publication Title: Worker
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TWO ANTI-KANAKA LETTERS. New South Wales Stirring Up; Queens-landers Not All Ratted. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

'^MUM-KANAKA Lffl twS. New South Wales Stirring Up- Oueens landers Not AU lotted. As indicating the feeling now being uni — versaHy— expressed by all sections in the southern colonies the following letter, re ceived by~ General Secretary Hinchcliffe from the N-S.W. Trades and Labour Coun cil, is encouraging : At a meeting of the above council held last evening I received instructions to forward the following resolution to the various trades councils situated throughout Australasia with a view ot combined action being imme diately taken, iriz-, — ^Cfeat— this council deplores the action of the Queensland Govern ment in its intention to flood Queensland with coloured and alien labour, to the detri ment of the white population of that and the neighbouring colonies, and enters its protest against the importation of such Inhonr white there are bo many workers in Queensland idle.' As ' an injury to one is the concern of all' is the motto which we are ever loudly proclaiming, this council ...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

iaduor i« Mines; 'Jimmy' Johnston, now an N.S.W. Labour member, is remembering his old affi liations in (^ueensland -and — raising tho anti-kanaka cry in the N.S.W. Assembly, Hohckinsox, hopeless of being returned Bffn 1*1 f «'ti* ♦' V*»l I .lU'l\'*lf 111 Via O ~l-l^i_.ti 11»t1s-tn.r3amni agoiiii **j*. vu\ vtv^ vivu, *? wo wttu uuiuauiug himselLakTownsvilie of abuse of the Labour party which knocks Billy Little and Toscer sky-high. Amass meeting of Burke residents, the annual conference of the G.L.U. and various other representative bodies have endorsed Jiae's action in, opposing the ' vote of con - d^lfn^ ' '' ♦?hw N K.W.lyjJMmmnfr ? ^The M'Intitrc Herald, commenting upon the way in which Griffith was hooted at Longreach, says very rightly : We regret that this should have occurred, for although we know that Sit Samuel cannot explain ^hi&-eBtoe^ha«ge-ol4iH?Ht1'6titirit-does 110 guud U- hoot him. There is no hurry ; he is coming down fast enough. Tozkr tried to sit down on S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

Notice. fllHE Government are prepared to provide free X rations and protection in Police or Defence Camp to all men, Union or otherwise, who are willing to return to their work at once/ A list will be kept of the names of all such men, and those applying first will receive the first engagement Plenty of men can find work on those stations where shearing is about to commence, ftnfl nn nil other stations throughout the Central DistrW CHARLES A. M. MORRIS, Assistant Government Agent. April 7th, 1891. The Worker has some more official documents in hand which will similarly adorn other cartoons during the coming election and will similarly be ignored by the im-. partuij aauy press. - '_ - Ik Queensland you can cheer Griffith all you like ; if you_ groan him you are run in under the Licensing Act, which happened at Rockhampton to a life-long teetotaller named Willisanex-secretary of the Wharf Labourers' Union. Thus the Boomerang, which is gently getting, over the fence to the Black Labour...

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Eight Hour Art Union. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

Eight Hotir Art Union. The following winning numbers have been published by tbe committee of the Brisbane Eight Hours Union Gifts_I)istribution : 1 „. 8561 39 .. 10763 77 .. 16952 2 .. 5G20 40 .. 168C0 78 .. 16807 :i. .. 85'J 41 .. 10414, 79 .. 1083 ?i .. 144GG 42 '-r. 12211 80 .. f,24 5 .. Wil 43 .. 10056 HI .. ]n7i»l (i .. 11640 44 .. 6020 K2 .. 14017 7 .. 16H94 45 .. 2H74 «J .. 2592 H .. 1267H 4C .. (5177 -W4 .. KjfiGO 9 .. ir.yr.7 ' 47* .. ai-45 85 .. sow 10 .. (»20;» 4H ~- -4631- -Hi- ? .^ ? iliijfi 11 .. 'JSM 49 .. WM Hi .. 7D9 12 .. 8(J0i 50 .. 10870 H8 .. 4619 3:i .. K54O3 51 .., 145)Hf- , K-) .. ia904 14 .. .1^445 52 .. KiOOfi 90 .. 8843 15 .. 14K2G m .. 9406 91 .. 64P9 Hi .. 15317- 54 .. 1J569 '92 .. 10G90 17 .. -KM 55 .. 7027 93 .. 11871 IS .. :i530 5(5 .. 14478 94 .. 'J0Sr- 1!) .. ]17.Sr- 57 .. 9934 95 .. . 5762 ?20 .. 10554 5s .. 1117 !»0 .. .%1 21 .. i:i7():( r-!) ' .. Witi !)7 .. ](i29.S 22 .. :k)24- (iO .. lJiall 9H .. i'2\m 2:- .. J237 (II .': 3458 !«) .. ;j5fi;j 24...

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LABOUR BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

LABOUR BOOKS. | 1 0* CLOTH BOUND— i a. d d. Co-opehative Commonwealth . . . , 8 0 4 ? (By Laurence Gronlund.) Ops BEsrrmr .', ~ — — ? rr — T7 ~8~tT ~t~ (By Laurence Gronlund.) Ethics of Socialism ? 8 0 4 (By Belfort Bax.) Socialism in Enoi^nu .. ... ,,90 8 (By Sydney WeBb.) APERCOVERS Co-operative Commonwealth . . ..10 I (By Laurence GroLlund.) COKVENTIONAL LlEB OF OCR CIVILISATION 8 0 4 (By Max Nordau I jmua0* Column . . .. .. .. as (By Ignatius Donndlly) ? The Old Order and the New . , . . 1 0 S {My Morrison Davidsonr) — — ? Looking Backward ? '..06 4 (By Edward Bellamy.) BectAL Problems - ? 10 8 ~7By Henry George.) PROGRESS AND POVERTY ? 10 4 (By Henry George.) -BAST ,. ? .'. ... 0 6 2 (By Charles Kingeley.) Alton Locke .. ?? ? 06 2 (By Charles Kingeley.) Co-operative Settlement Aims and basis of organisation and articles of association of the New Australia Co-operative Settlement ABBoetstiorrtTiPer-oopy-r;- — Tsrz~r*z ^^ -ll Per dozen, post free . . 3 0 0 Whv I am a Republican ....

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

THE EDITORIAL Milt. ? ^Fhe fltngermg - respect ~iiriridi~Tiiany~ 'still have for constituted authority is likely to be very seriously shaken. At a time when it is openly charged that Government is merely a means for the enforcement of a class- * despotism* it is certainly unwise for the Cabinet to propose and for Parliament to consider a doing directly opposite to that which they were elected and appointed to do. If Government betrays the people, how can the people be expected to~feel towanJF Government? It seems to me that a man cannot *eggona*4y-V» nvpnnfri^ -fo fc»o] foyaj— to an institution which violates the un written but^learly understood conditions of parliamentary governance. lam myself of opinion that what we call our ' free-born ' parliament government is — gimpljMi-^frudgingly^elded^iodifieationof- despotic authority, based not on the consent of the governed but on the strength of brutal conquerors. I am unable to see any direct connection between our parliamentary metho...

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THE SQUATIER-GOVERNMENT DOWNED. Bilbey Case Lost But the Mount Morris Convictions Quashed. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

T»t-^jma4»»Bii^ Bilbey Case Lost But the Mount Morris _. ? Convictions Quashed. The recent sitting of0 the Full Court in Brisbane has seen-Jwo important labour cases fought out and settled. Of these, the Bilbey case practically tested the legality ot Jjreorge IV., 6, under which the conspiracy prisoners are imprisoned at St. Helena ; while the Mount Morris capes questioned the squatter-magistracy rendering of the Masters torahstis' ^VheiimuL ? *— ? . ? _ The~firet case, the JBilbey ca*e, was prac tically lost although by reducing £h'e'e:cces— sive fine inflicted the Full Court plainly expressed its opinion of the lop-sidedness of the squatter-magistrate at ' Blackaik ' 'Both judges, JLilley and Real, agreed in maintain inprtha*M3eorge rV,,.iijjs_ar^u^n8land law right enough, althoughrotte3:rtn— its-grav-e_ before Queensland had ever kicked in the womb of time. That', settles the point. But the Mount Morris case was a great triumph. It will be recollected how last session Griffith an...

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SOMKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 5 March 1892

SM0KE-J1U. -. Ai-trq - Hi'K-;aky manufactures the national tobacco in national workshops. Over Ki.COO workmen are employed and a profit of *3ose on £3,000,000 ib made annually. JLODacco-gTOWingt uuwb^Wj -ib ny pn-»»vD enterprise on landlorded land. The German printers' strike for shorter hours broke down after eleven weeks' fight ing. The official notification that the strike was 'otf 'said : ? ^ The fate of this great movement is undeserved. TPbe causes oi iTsIa7ni¥e~»TB uuly tuo^clear--to-ira~ We had to battle against the ail-mighty capitalistic interest, backed up by the whole apparatus of the State mac hinery ; the unfavourable economic con ditions were against us, and last, but not least, the selfishness and blindness of one section of our 'fellow workers' proved, as usual, our bitterest ?^ enemy. ? This might be written of any unsuccessful ~ Labour battle, any where and at any time. Following right on the heels of this defeat come vague cablegrams of noting in Berlin, of baker...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

THC EDITORIAL MILL. The event of the motath is Ttyan's great victory in the/ Barcoo., Jin South Australia, Victoria^ind-Qtreenslana the last by-elections liave all gone -in favour -of the Labour can didate, results which show that the useless - — neB3~and inefilc&cy of the olcl political parties is being keenly felt all over the continent. ? * ... * The proposal to amalgamate all the bush unions is the natural sequence to the prompt action taken by the Q.ft.U. and Q.L.U. last December, an— action which will soon 'her consummated by the wedding of these large bodies in the Amalgamated Workers' Union of Queensland. To see 00,000 men actually^ in one union with the iuWestriocal self government and also knit in closest sympathy l— — wifcifHTottier wage^earaers by means of the ~ — Australasian Federation of Labour, is a. prospect so dear to every disciple of the Organisation of Labour idea that the mere suggestion of an Australian Workers' Unioc, in which Q.S.U. and A.S.IT^ GX.U....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

WttKL-Y PUBIHJATMN ? ? OF THE ? ^ISlQRKER' . COM-4IENCES FIRST SATURDAY IN APRIL, (Parliaxnen1roi-eHiag-OH Tuesday, March 29. j

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FROM GAOL TO PARLIAMENT. Union Prisoner Ryan Carries the Squatter Stronghold. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

FROM GAOL TO PARLIAMENT. ?Union Prisoner Ryan Carries the Squatter Stronghold. Last year T. J. Ryan was a prisoner with the Strike Committee, was illegally arrested without the reading of a warrant, was chained like a bullock with the rest of the 'conspiracy ' men, was exposed to all Judge Harding's contemptible prejudice and was acquitted by .some fluke or other at the con spiraoy trial. This year he w ill sit in parlia ment I '.for the Barcoo, the late Frank Murphy's seat and one of the squatter stion-rholds. r From the beginning the Labour party, as sisted heartily by the townspeople who took the opix-rtunity of expressing their opinion upon the action of the Government during the bui^h strike, the kanaka question, &c, &o., carried everything before them. The li rittie wraiths— -iis th** Sydnwy HiiUstin dnhs the pr^nent Government— 'were discouraged trom the beginning, there not being 1000 military in the district to suppress expres sions of feeling as7 was done a...

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WILL ALL BUSH UNIONS AMALGAMATE? Report of the Central District Delegate to the Sydney Conferences. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

WILL ALL BUSH UNIONS AMALGAMAIt Y Report of the Central District Delegate to the Sydney Conferences. The following is the body of the report submitted^ to the C.D.C. by their delegate to tlie recenjb G.L.C uud ~A.t3.U. annual ^conferences :— Ah you will see' from the summary of work of the conferences,' the whole tendency of these bodies i.s identically the same as that of theQueensknd bush unions. The desire for greater local self-government, with the ad ' ? visalnlity oi ttie elosei union Of Ijyt. t working' sidel-j- side and with the necessity i&i ? lirik ing together in definite organisation not only kindred callings but even apparently far separated occupations, is compelling men ? everywhere into the same channels: In' both conferences the wannest expressions of good _jWill~tuw_aiil.s(-jmifU5land wt*rt- tiuauimotrsrv^ - 'given, jt he de-sire being freely expressed that in following your district into amalgamation an arrangement would be made by which all lines of separ...

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

SMOKE-DO. Look out for weekly issue of Worker, enlarged and improved. ? 'JFH*-W-Mteegittan^-Bar^^ certainly be out by end of month. Secketaky Browne has .been re-eletced by the Croydon A.M. A. The A. S. 17. is delegating New Zealand for amalgamation and federation. The birth of the Rockhampton Labour paper, has been adjourned for a month. A JOB-lot-of Griffith^ Italians have gone down to Sydney this week. THETownsville District Council A.L.F., has elected : Messrs. ErYrLpwyy; honorary secretary and organiser ; George Kingsberry, treasurer ; Thos.-Foley, trustee, General Booth, after going round the world in princely style and dining with governors of colonies, has come to the conclu sion^ that ' respectability is tiieTeurse of nearly every dei-ar*ment m the world.' He ought to know. — [Justice. ' In 1890 the Russian Nihilists killed a Russian general in Paris. A suspected Nihilist was in the rooms of a Socialist club ia Sofao, London, a little time ago, when the police raided it to ...

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COURT OF INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION. Joint Proposal Made By Melbourne Trades Hall and Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

COURLDLMSieiAL JMBIIBAIIOU, Joint Proposal Made By Melbourne Trades Hall and Chamber «f Com merce. An attempt to provide a basis for the settlement ot industrial disputes by arbitra tion is being made by the Melbourne* Trades Hall Council and the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce. A Joint committee representing both bodies finally reported in favour of the following projxxsal, after negotiations had been well-nigh blocked by the question' as to whether or no unions should have to register under tire grades Union Aist : A. Court of Industrial Arbitration to be estab Usiiea consisting of seven members, to be ap pointed by the Governor uvCouncil, three of whom shall have been nominated by the central organi sation representing the trades unions, three others by the central organisation representing aseo ciatea^bodies ot~employei'B;~ibe ~Beventh being ? elected by the other six as chairman, and in the -event-of-the-other six tirst-named not agreeing-in ? the choice of such chairman, the Gov...

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Answers in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

Answers in Brief. \VELt-wisaEB, Brisbane: You can't get us on toasL_ We're -ail— a-;-bit mad, but not all mad enough to be worked in that style. Baeney Ryan; R.R., Q.C.R.; and others:. Poetry mu6t be -written according to certain rule's, you know. One can touch up real poetic feeling into a decent dress, but reams of paper^wittrmeaningless lines ' 6n them can't be fixed up. Four good lines in poetry are better than four million bad ones. Try at the four. Messrs. H. ,'. Jackson, R. Someb ville, T. J. Ryan, C. Leck, members C.P.C. : Letters for you at Barcaldine. J. D^yspale : Letter at Blackall, C. McDonald: Letter at Charters Towers. W. Saundehs: .Letter at Bur-, ton's, Winton. J. Meehan : Letter at M'Alister's, St. G«orge. G. M., Croydon^ Just what is wanted. Keep on sending paragraphs and don't mind a bit of cutting. Haye^sent your three missing numbers. Louis Gboss, secretary SocialiBSis6Hef~JVerein Vorwarts, Melbourne: You mistake the para graph re. Bebel. It only states a fact ...

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FROM "LAYS AND LECENDS." A LAST APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

miiHHm=miBM&?-*~ A LAST APPEAL. Knowing our needs, hardly knowing our powers, Heai^ow^e-ci^-to-you,-bEOthers-of-our64— — ? .- Brothers in nature, pulse, passions and pains, Ourjsins in you, and^yojurJilood in our veins. First in your palace, or last in our den, Basest or best, we are all of us men ! JusfTce~SteTmri-cries out in our name, What is the least common manhood can claim? ' Food that we make for you, Money we earn Give us our share of them— Give us our turn.' Landowners, bankers and mercnants we JH&K6 ? Out of our lives^lris^iew-wealth^to&t^ou-take. ? Have we earned only such pitiful dole As just holds worn body to desolate soul? When (he soul is bewildered each day and per plext With the probleiuof how to get bread for the next, Is it better to end it. as some of us do, ? Or to fight it out bravely still calling to you — -' Food that we make for you, Money we earn : Give us our Bbare of them— Give us our turn.' Ever more passionate grows our demand—...

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