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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. Official annbuncements of unions and recog* nised labour organisations inserted free of charge. 'Worker' Subscription Rates. Co-opekative ttociETiEB, Per Member per year, I/ Binole BuBsdBiBEBs, per year, 3s.; per copy, id- Newsagents, {per dozen (payments monthly), 6cJ, — RetuittaucoG to tho Womnsin should be made ? where possible in cheque, post office order,] or postal note, payable to T. W. Crawford. Penns stamps can, however be sent where other form of emittance is in any way inconvenient, r Friends of the Labour Movement should— Subschibe Themselves; GETTHEiaJiEWSAGENTSTO SEMiJ ? ?._.. ? — — Get tbeie Unions to Co-opebate- No profits are made out of the Wokkeb. It is controlled by the co-operating unions. The.editor is elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. It receiyes 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 going should ? = s...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WALLACE NELSON ON BLACK LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

WALUGE-HaSOMJN-BUGKJiBDilJL .... Even the planters themselves admit the dauger-of their .black labour policy, and hey assure us that they will confine black -^IjouTXO the lirldiN ;? This is exceedingly kind of them, but the question arises: Would it be fair tD do so? Have we a right to bring- those people here to help to prop up our decaying industries and then deny them any right to make the slightest advance iu social life? I cannot imagine anything more JJeudL-h and in hiinrmii. The planters i)ractict\lly say to those people: ''Come and \vork_ fur_ us at starvation wages ; come andhelp us to make big profits. We will hold you in a sort of slavery for three years : we will give you the magnificent sum .of 2s. per week for your labour. But if you aspire to a higher posi tion than field labour — if you dare to think 'you are fit to~do any kind of worlroThe.r than the lowest — tlien we shall, out of gratitude, crush you, and prevent you from rising.7' I say, sir, that if certain peop...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

iABOBft-nvf«^as. The Socialist candidate ran second in the recent Bristol (Eng. ) School Bpard elections. The Paris Town Council, having become somewhat 'socialised,' no ljbnger devotes public fundR to the well-being of the wellto do only. Instead of giving a ball to the fashionables it lately voted £w0 to th« strik ing cabbies and, by 54 votes to 15, decided on a loan of nearly £5,000,000 [to enable it to -pgeeeed-w-ith-pubite works* — ~ ? This last week 500,000rmnera ^have downed tools together in England in order to keep up the price of hewing. On Monday they will lift them again. The German miners have also refused to cut coal for English orders. How's that for solidarity and nationalism'? - Only in Wales and Scotland some 30,000 miners stayed at work but won't object to share the wages which the unions have kept up. The Toronto (Ganada) municipality took over the tramways there recently. In the first three months it reduced honrirtrom 13 f/- 10, itif.rpa.spid w«frftB 90 par Ren...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 19 March 1892

LABOUR IN POLITICS. John Burns has been returned for the London County Council by an overwhelming majority. ? ? ___„ ? Geklong (VTcTp eieciioTrre^ul6ed^in-a decisive win for Hopkins, the bneroanone vote candidate. Crothon's senior member, Hodgkinson, gives his electorate a wide berth. He thought Cairns near enough to get to the angry diggers, who are white to a man. ? Every Labour meeting in 4;he Barcoo election closed with three cheers for the union prisoners. ? Campbell, the defeated for the Barcoo, believed in almost everything during the campaign. He now thinks, in the iVtdcrn Vhampwn, Tjiprtr^iEzBarcrwr-shouM- be~Ktill^ more disfranchised for not electing him. The railwaymen in the Barcoo appear to have plumped solidfor Labour. 'So do the Alice 'River settler* in spite of Griffith's attempt to bribe them after neglecting' them for a year. Campbell says the carriers di» ? appointed-hira ; of course they did, ? Parsons Christiansen (Scandinavian), Joplin (Congregational), and Bon...

Publication Title: Worker
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IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS ~v ? ? -The^WoEKEB being now issued weekly ^alimited apace js available for advertise ments on the following terms : ? At per nonpareil line. Twelve nonparei lines to the inch. 1 insertion lOd. per line per insertion. 13 „ 9d. 26 „ 8d. „ - 52 „ 7d. ;; -t; The Wobkkr Board of Trustees guaran tees a weekly circulation of not less than 16,000 -copies. ? ~ ? No puffs will be given by the Woeker to any advertiser whatever. Advertising space only for sale. Small advBrtisPTnpmT,j ^preferred. The Worker does not desire lengthy advertise ments, but will seek to arrange its space ^nd^riei_6o^as4»^A^-gc-od-show-tcrBat;li7^ even if only three lines. Reading matter - on every page. The woeker advertising ratesarestrictly business— the same to every advertiser for the time being_withouli_exoeptk»n; — They -aFe-exceedingly reasonable, considering the iQMVO Jl)IV«lllllft/in «.rK*nl~ ? ? 1» i ? Quoehsland. ? __TJieJWQBKKR_adverti6iflg -sjmcjrJHrgoSa — ''value for the money, ...

Publication Title: Worker
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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

SMOKE-HO Thk publication of 'tie Working. man's Paradise1* is commenoed^his week. In orderto ensure delivery book* subscribed for in -the western districts will be for warded to the various union offices there, unless snemaTly ordered otherwiw. N«t week's WowtSB will contain * list of the ticketHaumbfttB of books sent to the dit ferejai centnw and the exaot dates when theJ'Will becft-taiGiiiMe tlierfr, ;' ^:i JB#]^EB|AJ|!B-, in view of «leotrioal de velopwneiitt^lsiiairing steps to aationatise ^^^SUSSSf1^ ?^?'' -- -£- ' Owing totheextoa work in theWoBOEB office from moving this last week, books orden^jbrough te Book Foand cannot lip seat^lltiextweefc It ii said on good authority that the posts in the Mpunt Moms «ases win run thesquattoomcT into between fifflO and £800. AMimnnAffWAliJtinflwMf! VmxnjoTWD Melbourne printers have b6jn interviewing the Government, trying to get any light employment, i.c, not navvying for whkh4hey are nnni TowNSVTLLit is Kwtnfring into line with an Associ...

Publication Title: Worker
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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

Editor's Letter Box. Vbeitas : Why not Bet the example? Every man should do his best ao ' hiB lights. H., Brisbane, inquires: '\ '^ holders of the mortgages of the . .. ^flteWSna? Onlv the hanks.* Will tham-nnl& .'hn nlOnoATm. land be -stupid enough to ruin the country to p»y the interests of 9 and 10 per+oent on these mortgages ?' It depends.2 But if they are they deserve to be rained. Dont they? C. H. B., Gympie: Unwise to publish nameB anneoes Barily. Ton can pass them about. Many thanks for letters. G. H. N., Ipgwioh, sends Tircifcular iseued by Bryant and May, of 'phossy -jaw'i infamy, urging the British psblio to employ British Labour and assist the East End un- — employed by seeing that ' Bryant and May' is on every box. As G. H. N. remarks, 'this shows up the hypocrisy of this firm a lit*: more.' Inquibek, Bookhampton: Somebo«. said, ' BooialiBm is the right of the unfortunate not to die of hanger in a oountry wlfere bo many die of indigestion.' However, read ' Worki...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE POET OF THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

THE POET OF THEJPtOPLE Walt Whitman, who died this week, full of y^ars, white-haired, blinded, but strong, brained m ever, was above all modern poefe the poet of the .people. He despised the ixraventionalisms of verae-m^kers. He threw off hU thoughts in rugged chants Engji8h literature springs. And bi« thoughts are the inner thoughts of the people, the true heart thoughts of our race, rough, ready, fearless and free. There is not a line of all his writing which* free inan heed T» ashamed of-wit«$, -not a. single trace of sycophancy^ not the. slightest tinge of cowardice or. meanness. He writes for men and women who have warm hearts and broad minds and a yearning to know and a hatred of oppres sion and a sympathy for every living thing. Already he is recognised as standing in the foremost rank of poets, from which Tennyson is excluded as un wofthyT anofas — ^;he years roll by more and more will read Whitman and understand him, for the true poet of the people writes for all time. Any ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
UNFOLDED OUT OF THE FOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

UNFOLDED OUT OF THE FOLDS. Unfolded out of 4he foldsJl the woman man_ _J oomeB unfolded, and -a always to oome un- 1 folded, ] Unfolded only out of the superbeet woman ol 1 . the earth is to come the superbest man of the 1 f - earth, . - : ? I ^Unfolded out of the friendliest woman id to I come the friendliest man, 1 Unfolded only out of the perfect body of a I woman can a man be form'd of perfect body, . I Unfolded only out of the inimitable poems of. I women can oome the poems of man, (only I tbenoe have my poems come ;) j I Unfolded out of the strong and arrogant worn. I ? I I love, only thence can appear the strong anf ? I arrogant man I love, f1 |.i Unfolded by brawny embraces from the w V 'i muscled woman I love, only thence come thp I brawny embraces of the man, J Unfolded out of tttrfolds of the woman's brai : -| oome all the foldt «f the man's brain, dul f I obedient, \ . I Unfolded out of the justbe of the woman a - 1 jastioe is unfolded, 1 'Unfolded out of the symptthy of...

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WEEKLY ISSUE OF "WORKER" SUBSCRIPTION RATES [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

htuaxfm fr 'w«Hr _J — gimjgMPMON baei§ — -— — .. ] Terma to union*, group jinciw™^611' -» (application. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

I UNIONS, SHEDS OK -? SINGLE BUUSCHIUERS , ;\.tT '.'ITlNfi THEIR ' WORKERS1' H BY FIR8T MAIL , '-.'. TKCJCESTE1) TO IHMKDIATKLY i. ?? ? WIRE OR WRITE TO THE JIUBINKSS MANAQEB, j 'worker,' j . BMSBANE, WBpS VlUt'Oli INTKBFBPENCE WITH TOE r DKLIVKBT%F p« ' WOBSKB' TarBtfsPBOTVtl 1 THB BPSIKF83 MAKAOEB Snori.ll BE NOTIFIED 7 ~_7£5 TOAT f AP*R8 CA*TBlfSlNT~~ ~~ m BEOISTBBEl) PACKAGE. WIBE OR WHITE.

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CHANGES IN THE WORKER [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

CHANGES IN THE WORKER The Wohkeb this issue is completely reorganised: From a fortnightly It has become a weekly and is at last printed on its own machinery as well as with its own type. The offices have been removed from the small wooden cottage used for the last two years to a commodious stone building of ten rooms, situated in a locality con venient enough to town and retired enough -to-be low rented. ? . ? The literary staff will be strengthened by the engagement as sub-editor of Mr. A. G. Yewen, sub-editor of the Boomerang. 'Bystander's Notebook' will be recom menced as a bundle of weekly comment on various social and political happenings, Uhnnr nnri nfhflrwiHft, particularly nthnr wise. A weekly letter by 'Lucinda Sharpo/' npnHnily nddrwmftd to womnn hnti equally interesting to men, will appear regularly. A summary of the general news of the week will also be started as an experiment and descriptive articles bearing on the Wobkbb lines will appear from time to time. ' Editoria...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

Pel with 'Worker 'Advertisers. SPflRTJlllfi 1|B|0I|DlSSasSaM!3aflnBrts ? W VH HWtaH&pStr^ueen-st., Brisbane. Boxing GloTea at very low rates. DCQT \/A| IIC in Qneenslana obteined at DUO 1 V MLU L PBNUNOTOlf & CO.'B Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Queeu-street, Brisbane. MAV n IflMP * M-i Ann-st., Petrie's IVIHA U. MliU Bight. Produce Mer chants and General Commission Agents. RHARniMP HOUSE, IsisfordBlaokaU Rds. DUMiU I fill -LateLrJhas. ._E. Payment's, Good acoommodStioD Tana pacldobking ; tioraes, Sb. 6d. wk., 1b. night. Akdesw Smith, Prop. Wl I QQ I M P FRIENDS, of whom Informatio l -MlOQiPHJ oarnoBtly dooiiod, advcii tisuJ for ? onse freeofloharge; more insertions, Is. each. Anybody knowing anything of those advertised for should write. Abbreviations: 'l.b.o.,' last heard of ; ' ad.,' address information to. Joss Dav-^ot P. Day, l.n.o. Bfelroy Station, Culgo, near Bourke, N.8.'W. ; ad. Thomas Head, shearer, Barcaldine. Thomuh Mubpht, 22;- native Geelong, Vic , l.h.o. Bar...

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UNION PRISONERS FUND. Secretary Kewley Calls on All Unionists for Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

UNION PRISONERS FUND. Secretary Kewley Calls on All Union ists for Practical Sympathy. ? The following manifesto is issued by Secretary Kewley, of Jhe_ Union JMsonera. 'as8i8tanceTund, which is under the con trol of the bush unions and is wholly devoted to making provision for the union ists now in St. Helena on their release : To the Queensland Bushmen and Other unionists: It is not necessary to remind you of the Union Prisoners in St. Helena. They can navflr hft fnrfrnhfr^ by in pr- lonfif *H We hftTft any memory at all, for they are men who have worked with us, lived with us aa& been mates with us and who have been taken from us under circumstances which make them still dearer to us. Each on^of them has friends among us, many of them were officially trusted by us aU ; all of them, no matter who or which one, are suffering really because of the general con dition of things in the great bush struggle of a year ago. ; Ofthe Bbruggle, Its course, and its re ^ultrtteKTta lfttl...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

Tti£-£Bffffl-AH«H.ir~ ? The Rev. Whale has been gettingpar ^ficvflSrly^adiffiBaTrt~lsscsu8e David ttow man declared at the Centennial Hall i meeting that the parsons were influenced in their expression of opinion by financial considerations. It seems to me tnae tnere ? would be more reason to get indignant if 'Bowman had asserted that the general (attitude of the churches towards the 'Labour movement was the result of hard /?ness of heart, was an attitude voluntarily ? ' / ! taken up and without oompunotion* main ? 1 sained. To dream that a very considerable i body of men, whose functions amr'bro - i fessions are supposed to broaden their ; j ethical sense, are so callous and inhuman 'as not to feel their hearts stir with indig . ; nation within them at the wrongs suffered ? and tihe miseriesendured by poor humanity 1 ' ! would be to accuse them of a brutality - ?' horrible in its very nature and damning in ? I its effects, Jffor jny part, J^refer*e«ad — Iknowledge that very— many- ...

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COMING DOWN A BANKER! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

w ? COMING DOWN A BANKER ! Tie coming down a banker ! Coming down, the .^weddJsJoojLL ? . — _- ? ? Oh, 'tis ooming down a banker of fire-foamed tears and blood I All ye who laugh be sad at heart! All you who weep be gay ! For the wrath of God comes wreathing on, And vengeanoe sits its crest upon, And all who weep shall justice have and all -who laugh shall pay. Oh I It's coming down » banker t What ban its foaming way? - -t-bn~TPr65nstag^tewin it's coming flown r The flood no strength can stay 1 TU thundering now so faint and low feat ye ? muuK in liUa faneuf FaU. ? Bdt wait tUl U swells And your doom foretells ? J- In the flood ol a People's Hate. Tib ooming down a banker! So heap your law books high! The brink beset with the bayonet and file your polioemen by 1 . Bull 'tis ooming down a banker, a wail 'In every wave ! ris a tide of tears— with h foam of fears— And of heart-blood shed through the tyrant years, And 'tis ooming down a banker, and behind it is the grave. ]MZ The bushm...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

UBOUR Iti POLITICS. -on tbe eleotoral HreU-sbould -informHftrTdV Crosthwaite of their present place of resi dence. ? Public meetings all over the country, north, south j eaat and wAat. are rasolvinsr against Black Labour and land-grant rail ways. The N.S.W. Labour Electoral League oonferenoe rejected the socialistic plank : that the State should-be the only employer of labour : by 11 to 7. The Hughenden P.P.A. has elected-. President, Charles McDonald ; yioepresi dents. Gillespie and Dias ; joint secre taries, Patterson and Wilson; treasurer, A. O'Connor; trustees, Nugent and Pat terson. Seobetabt S. Smith, of the Sydney F.S.U.A., haasentthe A.L.F. the maritime men's official oongratulations on the Barcoo election, and their hopes 'that it w-jll hasten the liberation of our fellow unionists from St. Helena.' Secbktabv Riddell, of the N.S.W. Trades Council, wires that a monster meetinc WAS halri in tha RvdnRV Dnimain last Sunday in opposition to Griffith's Blaxsk~Labour proposals and...

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DR. PATON'S APPEAL TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

DR. PAWS APPEAL TO AUSTRALIA. At the close of a.d. 18D0 the kanaka labour traffic was suppressed in Queens land, chiefly by the influence of Sir Samuel Griffith, in denouncing its atrocious crimes and murders as a disgrace to bumanitv and to Queensland .: but all the labour vessels which oould sail with licenses before the last day of 1890 kept returning with their loads of recruits till far into 1&91 ; and having put on additional 'vessels tor that yearTand^for yea*s4sfof«; it, they got an extra supply and bound all to serve in the colony for three years. Then seeing that it is only seven or eight months since = the planters ceased to get additional labour, and seeing very_ many thousands of these Polynesians are now working on the plantations, closing . the trafficcannot account for the decline of thft Bllgftr inrinatary in QnnRnBlatiH. — It has been declining for many years past as he knows welL This traffic has takea away girls from the New Hebrides, and similar pr pnrfc...

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TO A FOIL'D EUROPEAN REVOLUTION AIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

TO A FOIL'D EUROPEAN REVOLUTIOMB AJRE. ~ ? Courage yet, my brother or my ststnr 1 H Keep on— Liberty is to be subserv'd whatevefl oocurs; _ . tB That is nothing that is quell'd by one or twafl failures, or any number of failures, - Or by the indifference or ingratitude of thai nC^nla *%V* Ktf Ann *ir%t»S4-im.tmm%m^^wmm. ^H Or the show of the tushes of powers, soldiers J cannon, penal statutes. ? Whftt we believe in waits latent forever through! all the continents, m , Invites no one, promises nothing, sits to palm- ? ' knows no discouragement, ' '? ' Waiting patiently, waiting its time, 1 i 1 H (Not songs of loyalty alone^,re4heeer I . ] Jut songs of insurrection also, I ?, For I; -am *he *wo«ji-poet of every dauntless I — ' -rebel the world over, I And be going with me leaves peace and routine I - behind him, I And stakes his life to be lost at-anyninmant.)- I ' The battle rages with many a loud alarm and j fmnnent advance and retreat. The infidel triumphs, or- supposes ho triumphs...

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REMITTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 2 April 1892

{ REMITTANCES. . . . gSSBSfgH i^fttBnoeisinliiywafiaooavenient. : ]8nWCESSSK^0K«TST0 8Eix; W Qb*««IB 0HIOSBTOOO-OPBBA-rB. NoproflU»»l««deoatoftheWoEKBE. It fa foanfflfl^ibe oQ-QPsratiag ™toa»' *h? ' Itatism -than any otaer paper Jn Australasia. '£vOT i^euier ihouWread it regularly, , and _|SKay 'whf wants io ?£ J»w. .«» Labour jMOTement in eolng should «tniy it. ! Bnteeribers reoelving their Worker with a blue mark through this paragraph will under . irtand that the term of their subscription has S^ST Chairmen of shea committees, Q.8.U. isad Q.L.U., are requested to wire as soon as *£?.iti.. tv,» number of WoKXSBS they require land the date they expect to out out. i N.B. ? All communications regarding Bubscrip ' tiom ana circnlation-ghould be aMrenswi—- - BosiMess Manager, Wobkeb, Gloucester and Phillip streets, . . Brisbane.

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