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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 April 1892
Deal with ' Worker ' Advertisers, OR RRvflf F ^E0N' A*OTHBC*BY, JJTL_ nCTUJLC. Chloroformiot, OppositeTEeTosl^Dmee, ~n fl1^B-/HcH^ — Qoeen Ktheft, DnlobARt. ? Advice und Medicine, 5s. cash. Advice by Letter and Medicine sent to any part of the Colony, £ 1. Private Hospital for Rebidewt Patients. THE OLD-ESTABLISHED OSAPERV FJRHJ-J. Wn.. I liaws & Co., are about to make great im provements to their premises, and are for tea days allowing4s, in the £l to all buyers, in which country orders will participate if accompaniedi-y remittance payable to J.Williams & Co., Brisbane FOOTBALLERS Boxers, Cricketers, Fishers, Ang lers Smokers.-Inspect or-writ«-fQrpriee4is» ? wRhTnll^jpoBtlree). aovtTiB'Qaeaa^aadSaons Depot, Edward-street, Brisbane. BUSHELLS rich 8s. Tea, near G.P.O. &nbsp; QMITU RROQ (F. R. Smith), Eaglest., Oml j II DrtUO. Brisbane. Ooitoms, GommiSBion ana Forwarding Agents. Account sales sent immediately after sale. NEWSAGENTS in Brisbane and suburbs can g...
ORIGINAL LABOUR VERSES Printed to show the Tone of the labour Movement. THE MILLS OF GOD GRIND ON [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 April 1892
ORIGINAL LABOUR VERSES Printed to Show the Tone of the Labour Movement. THE MILLS OF GOD GRIND ON Though we live in lasting sorrow, Though we perish in our prime, Let us consolation borrow From the thought that all tbe time &nbsp; The Mills of God grind on. Aye, resistless are the forces &nbsp; That the Universe obeys ; We are driven an our courses By a power that nothing stays ; For the Mills grind ever on. &nbsp; With stern Revolutions wheel ; They will crush the cruel aggressor 'Neath pale Terror's bloody heel ; And still keep grinding on. Though injustice seems unending, And the gristing all too slow, &nbsp; &nbsp; Let us hail the doom impending On the causes of our woe ; For the Mills are grinding on. Though all progress seems to languish &nbsp; Though the masses moan with pain ; Yet believe, this toil and anguish Will bring forth a brighter reign ; For the Mills of God grind on. For the struggles in oar borders, The upheavals out...
LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 April 1892
— —LABMIB JHHMJT1CS. — M.L.A. Trenwith says he wants the workers put in possession of something better ~tl»n an empty cupboard and a latticed^nit^rf clothes. — -?— ? If one-man-one-vote is adopted it should be equally applicable to municipal council! andflivisionftl boards, aays Thynne, M.L.O. Well, that's right. Give it us. James 0. Stewart, Rockhampton Dis trict Council A.L.F., is nominated for a vacancy in the North Rockhampton muni cipal council. ? The White Labour candidate for Bu limba addressed the electors of Mount (rravatt on Monday and Belmont on Tuesday. The crowd went solid against the slave trade. William Brookes, M.L.C., not the Employers' Union agitator, was the only member of the nominee chamber who stood out as a white man and went straight against the slave trade. Bcndabehg 'workers for the paittwo or three Saturdays have devoted their leisure to filling up forms of application for registration of voters. The labour movement akme wolves enthusiasm , ? Db. Maloney, ...
LAWLESS LAWMAKING [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 9 April 1892
LAWLESS LAWMAKING &nbsp; &nbsp; Before the Address in reply was finished &nbsp; &nbsp; with Gannon started in with his resolution against permitting a judge to sit in cham- bers on cases where his son is counsel. Of course everybody knew not only that this was directed against Chief Justice Lilley but that Gannon only acted as the mouthpiece of others who have a grudge against the Democratic judge. Griffith &nbsp; &nbsp; opposed the resolution in a half-hearted way, while Morehead led the squatter faction to Gannon's assistance. Drake told Gannon he wasn't sincere when he moved the resolution in a previous session and now was simply being put forward by others. Nelson wanted to treat it as "an &nbsp; abstract question. Dalrymple, of course, backed Gannon against the noted enemy of Black Labour, which brought the reso- lution to 6 o'clock and talked it out. * * * The Address in reply, besides the friends and foes of White Austra...
LET JUSTICE BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
LET JUSTICE BE DONTB. Thebe Is plenty in the land If its lords would understand Their duty to the people in the glens where they were bora. There's barley for the ' breo,' There are herrings in the sea; There are peats upon tbe moor, there is grass There are kail yards for the kail, There's milk to fill the pail, And forms and crofts and pastures in the sha dow of the ben ; And assure as dark grows bright, When the morning follows night, The olans shall enjoy their own again I In the happy days of old, Ere the oruel greed of gold Drove justice from the hearts of the traders in the soil, There was earth to dig and ploagh, There was forage for the cqw, And meal and malt ana raiment for the Bonsof hones', toil. And it's ooming yet ere long When tlieright Bhall ding the wrong, And our rulers leurn that oattle are of less acoount than men. And the struggle shall be won, And JuBtioe shall be done, And tbe olans shall enjoy their own ftfeain I Ooibles flLtmuv
TO THE TOILER. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
TO THB T0H.BB. Be contented with your lot, Be it c?er so lowly ; Vile ambition harbour not, Tie a thing unholy ; Miserv, poverty endure, - ?TtetHeattiyof tbepoor. Though you live on meagre fare, ' Ask npt to have 'better ; Ever be content to Wear WanVs ennoWinfliSer ; Give the toiler all he need, The* were einfol waste indeed I _ Should the wealthy crash j-ou down, Be ye ever! humble, Bear it meekly, never frown ; Never dare to grumble ; Bight and proper 'tis my friend,, For them to trample, you to bead. . And when aged, worn and grey, Work you can no longer, Well, what then ? You most make way For some one younger,* stronger. Unjust, you say ? Why, graoeless knave, Isn't there the poorboaBe and the grave? - , ? M. Boland.
LUCINDA SHARPE ON THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
zvgmsmi:mMjB^z ^BkeiWiusb^-e*^^ pedetrin it, and bull-dog anls, and heaps pf otter creatures that Noah ought to haye Jbeen hung for if he took thenvinto the ?*? But, to be frank, I can't my that I like *ush people uroch, the sdeetoLbusbjpeogJe I mean, and if they we never going to im move I feel sorry for ttoff future, _ _ — ^inow_juat_«LJsdlj« lanyBoIJLjihat eome of the selectors we oplendid men and tome of their wives and daughters as zdeasant and womanlj women as you would «ver want to meet. But that doasnt prevent most of them being duller than dish-water that's been used in a sixpenny restaurant and as selfish asjMJopie can well I be and fceepJMw~Of course, it's the Me ' thejr |ead but then they are just the same. Tbrift may be a great virtue but if it is scraping is either not thrift or all virtues I aren't pleasant things. Out in the far bush, on the plains, I sup pose it is different It must be moeto camp all night at a water-hole and next morning saddle up and jjde off foir...
WORTH REPRINTING. THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
warn REPRinTine. THB VOICS OF THK PEOPLE. The soil tells the same fruitful story ; The Seasons their bounties display, And the nowera lilt their faces in glory To oatoh tbe warm kisses of day ; While our t «ltowa an treated at oattle, That are muczled whan treading the corn, And millions sink down in life's battle ? With-* rfgh tnr the hnpr fo»y wnfti hf-TI. ? Most the sea plead in vain that the river May return to its mother for rest ? And the earth beg the rain doudt tojtive her ? Of dews iheyliave drawn from her breast? Lol The answer comes baok In a matter . ~ From clouds where the quiok lightnings glow, And from heights where the mad waters utter -Their warning to dweliers^&low. And woe to the robbers who gather In fields where they never have sown — Who have stolen the jewels from labour And builded to Munmon a throne— For tbe snow-king asleep at the fountains, Shall wake in the summer's bot breath, And descend in his rage from the mountains, Bearing terror, destructio...
IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
tMPflflTANT TOUDVERTtSEBS The Wqrkkb being now iasued w^bVL aTimitedPspaoe is available foraclvertleeh meats on the following terms : At per nonpar^lline. 2Sveh»nonparei lines to the inch. ?? _ 1 insertion iOd. per line per insertion. I :: -^ t ~r: ^ (Five per oent discount for*payment in advanoe,) The WoEggR Board of TniHtwa ynaran^— tees a weekly circulation of not less than 16,000 oopie& No puffs will be given by^the Wobkeb tti any advertiser whatever. Advertisiwr space only for sale. ^^ Small advertisements preferred. Ths WiSBKEBiaoejB noli desire lengthy Advertise ments, but will seek to arrange itsspaoe and types so as to give good show to each, even if only three lines. Beading-niatter— on every page. The Worker advertising ratesarestrictly business— the same to every advertiser for the time being without exception. They are exceedingly reasonable, considering the large circulation which is unequalled in Queensland. ~^ —--.- The Wobkbb advertising spaoe is good value ...
"Workingman's Paradise' Tickets. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
'Workliigman's Paradise ' Tickets. ' The Workingman's Paradise,' after an irritating but unavoidable delay, has been 'published and forwarded to subscribers. Gympie subscribers will get their books from George R. Beresford ; Roma from 4k^riffield, of 4he^i.#r-j=H&i&ry-_ ►orough from W. U. JJemaine, of the Wide Bay and Burnett P.O.; Towns vllle fNttn E. V. — juowry, secretary D.C. ; Hughenden from Secretory Car riers Union; Croydon from W. H Jrowne, Secretary A.M.A. ; Winton from W. H. Burton; Central Dis triot from W. 0. OurtiB or W, Kewloy, according to ticket numbers below. The Sydney subscribers' books have been sent to A. Rae, M.L.A, ; Bourke and Wagga to the A.8.U. ' secretaries. Brisbane sub scribers will be supplied by General Secre tary Hmohcliffe, at the Trades Hall. In order that no confusion urny arise is the bush subscribers they will ^please- notice the number of their tickets and apply according to the following list W. Kewley, Blackall, has books forth...
WHAT NIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
. 3FHAT MIOHT H1.VB BEEN. It might have been thW the sky was green, and the gra«=s nerenely blue ; It might hu%e been that grapes on iltoros, and flgs«othtatte«grew; « ? * 1*$ It ndgba have bean that rainbows before tbe enowersoame; . _- It might have been that lambMrere fierce, and bears and tigers tame j It might have been that cold would melbcad mmmec beat would faeeBe; It might have been that SHOtos at sea would MO against the bree»i^T|, * And atere may be wor)o--mktio«nj dear, w^ere we might find the 'nifflgB -' From alfthat we have Been or ieard, to others justasBtnuige: ^^«evM-coda^^lBe,deM,^nnaBte*o*o ' It ooold never, be noble to harm the poor and weak; It never could be kind, dear, to give a needless pain; It never could be honest, dear, to sin for greed Of gain;' . . , And there ooald nut be a world, 4«m, while Ood is true above, %?.?'?'*,,?*? ?- ?? When right and wrong are governed by any law but love. Unidentified.
THE DREAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
TH8 &SEAH&SB. Ws are the muaio makers, And ve are the dreamsrs of dreams, Wandering by lone sea breakers, And Bitong by desolate streams ; World losers and world forsakers Tut ytv it** 4^»' »»?»»'') ''1 Bfr^Tg ' — ~ Of the world ionatrer, it seeniB. Witti wonderlal deathless ditUee And out of * faboloos story We fashion an empire's glory; One man with a dream, at pleasure, 8haU go forth and oqnauera crown ; ? ^AMthreerwi^fcnewlonWiheasure, Can trample m kingdom down. A breath of our inspiration Is Hie life of each generation ; A wondrouB tblng of our dreaming, Unearthly, impossible seeming. The soldier, the king and the peasant An working together in one, Till oar dream shall become their present And their nock in the world be done. Abtotu O'Shatohnesst.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
' WQBKXB' 8CB9CHIITIOK : ? 5*. Yearly, ? PAYABLE IK ADVANCE. SPECIAL BATES ABBANGED FOB KBMBBB8 OK UNIONS — =-. ? ^FffcYIKQ ? :— THBOCGH THEIR SECMTARY. WHSBZWILFBL IHTSBFXPBiraS ? ?? ???:' -»M'J,h '?..., ' tot Bn^TK'^? MAffApm aBoom 8OTHATPAPWB3QllHBiWWT — _ ? ----nf-- — ... . ,. --:- ? BKISTOBSD ?4O|UtGBr ? ? ~ — — ? xgrttUJ\i^miHU. —rz~ ~ ~ — : — ? .1 't ..?»' i
LAWLESS LAWMAKING [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
LAWLESS lATOKlfi The last week's doings of lh- most ex traordinary parliamentary sitting, which will be bistoric for its immoral contempt for all principle and all honour-are quiokly tabulated. ? The second reading of the Pacific Island labourers Extension Bill was carried on Thursday^ April 7, on The following division : FOB BLACK LABOUB. Sir S. W. Griffith, Sir T. Mollwraiib, Messrs. Cowley, Hodgktngon, Uumaok, OroinMo, PaUi son, Jones, Black, MoreheaO, Brimw, ABhear, Casey! Plonkett, Batteraby, Powers, -Smith, Adams, Corfleld, Lissner, Donsraure, Philp, Callan, Agnew, Nelson, Dalrymple, Little, Luya, Hamilton, Wimble, MoMaster, Stevenson, Hyne, Tozer, Jesaop, Rntledge, Donaldson, Morry and Morgan. FOB WHITE AUSTRAUA. Messrs. Gannon, Cftdell, CSnllivan, Hoolan, Drake, Ryan, Isambert, BaflteW, Olassey, Qyoom Ma^farlanfli Barlow aiifl flaT^fSi ? PAIB. Black— Campbell and W. Stephens, Wfeite— Aland and Mellor. ? * ? On Friday, Aprils, and Monday, April 11, the Black Labour Bill wajf ...
Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
Editor's Letter Box. Faibplay, DareeljWoolwash, Ba.,8 the oalinary or bash department was attended to t»y a free labourer who dished np the tnoker as if 'Tor emng.gHe alsoJJsayB there is plenty of room there (or a good union official who won't sib on a rail. Dr. Rensle, Brisbane : What you say is very true, bnt tbc man you endorse is a notorions Patriotic Leaguer, an opponent of Factories Legislation and utterly impossible even although he does throw a sprat to catch a maokerel. J. C, Brisbane: Very good. Will use next week. B.- J. : Received stamps; no address gJYP.n ; ? pluftSR forward n.s Minn an poHBihln. G. R., Woombye: Subscription all right for another year. R. T. , B., Wando Vale : Two shillings received; other letter went astray; 'Looking Backward,' poet free, 8d.; 'African Farm,' post free, Is. 4d. Mant Othebb : Re ceived.
GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 14TH, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
CEHEfiftMifWS «RARY. (fob the wire ending ap&Oi 14th, 1892.) British Admiralty insists on Australian Squadron^ofl^eFS-cominanding Queens land gunboat Gayundah. Georgetown Divisional Board deadlocked on voting £50 Ujreeeivtjguvernor ; public meeting to idecide. Deeming committed for trial. Boomerang stopped short this week ; com pany voluntarily liquidating. Wissmuller, Tara immigrant, murdered at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Hemmant; Frank Horrocks, son of Orphanage Horrocks, accused. Reported that Malays killed Stewart and Harris, Australians, employes Pahang Exploring Company ; Stewart son of chief engineer Brisbane waterworks. J^lton military ^ncampBeTottak4agplae6j though government said it would not.
THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
— THElfORLOW^ABOUR. Rouebt Lyons, the Rookhampton solicitor whodefended the conspiracy and other Labour men in bush strike cases there, died April 8. HoiiiNcswoBTH was being asked to retire from the Rockhampton municipal ^anjdidature^sp.as to allow Stewart, JLabour, and Black, cauitalist. _to fitrht it out l-e- tween th~eHjT-__ At a recent sitting of the S.A. Fac tories and Shops Commission a member of thu ^VTfltnwnftra Aaanni,^,ir-n jfl.vfinra-1 Iftgia^ lation regulating the employment of women in factories, and the inspection of machi nery ; also that the majority should rule the minorityJiLsarly closing. - Tttfi-Wellington (N.Z.) boilermakers have revised wages and hours. The masters won't even talk about it and say the men can go out on strike if they choose. Boy labour, driving teams ten hours a jiayfor 10a. jt_waek,^hQWsJiD»_n2ea-are bcung knocked out of Paradise in Wagga (X.S.W.)-district. Mblbocbnk Eight-hour Day— Thurs- day next. 3,-Ex-CD.C. Organiser Ormsby pleaded ifollty...
WEEKLY ISSUE OF "WORKER." SUBSCRIPTION RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
WBTO1S8UE OF 'WORP' 4- ^----HiHfflOOTBWaOK SAI1SS. ? HnKMpWHBWi— rpt im»i P°' gCB * ' — '?*- t-nnt toonlonsTtroupi »n4 newsagents on , j reiottatscesb. j BamMatkaeVie^be Workxe should be made ? HtfcflricmiMl in cheque, postoffloe order at u bhU no»e7pM»WetaFr«»k Barnes. SUmas OKO, oowrw, be ??n* where other form of ? rtmliii i — '« in '» »»» inannraniant. SUBSCRIBERS r-n.Mng th-Jr -yoMntttwith a jdne mart the ££* Of th«r wbaorlption has One Month ! toran^rter which date the paper will be dis ; continued onleu the subscription is renewed. ** AmrtaiT %ispBiP«OKS dray teceived at the 'Woi«a*Hnoe; those requiring the paper for shorter pentode must arrange withrthe nearest, nertafeeni '.V '- - - ?''.' NEWSAGENTS AND RUN BOIS _ in Brisbane and snbnrba can get extra copies of she Wobubl on radays and Saturdays at the Trades Hall, Torbot-street. Friends of the Labour Movement should— 8OM0UBS TBKKSEI.TXS; OtT THEM NEWSAWOTS TO SBttf Obt sbeib Unions to Co-opkbatb. No profits are made out of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
-J PggjLy*ff_^W»rkT' Adverttoera. HR R(-Mfli F SOEGKON, AW-THECABY,~ Ull. IILIIULL. Chlohofobmibt, Opposite the Post Office, R0JCDAMC UEAavJc|^^dlolne75s. iSP Advice by Letter and Medicine seat to any part of the Colony, 41. _ PwrtTE Hospital foe Resident P«tikmts THE 0UH?STABLI8HtU DRAPERY flftlfr-J. WiE I liams ic Co., are about to make great im provements to their premises, and are for ten days allowing 4s. in the £1 to all buyere,4a whioh country orders wilt participate if accompanied W remittance payable to J. WiHterngft Pp.. Brisbane WATFR PRnnF 'IPPW, Artlioial LimbT iVHlLnrnUUr Cutlery) Optical Goods ^ndButgical Applianoes (locally manufactured). Surgical instrument and Cutlery Works (H M»y, late May & Drill, maoagerTTlSO Edward st., between Queen and Elizabeth sts., Brisbane ROnk'Q * STATIONERY at lowest current UyulVU prioes. Orders by post carefully and promptly attended to. « Workingmon's ParadiBe,' post free, 2».l0d. Alpbed Flkichee, Bookseller, 65 Leichhardt-st...
THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 16 April 1892
THE EDITORIAL MILL. — The-Bfaok Labour Bill has been carried^. The few MM.L.A. who remained loyal to their pledges considered even a show of re eistanos hopeless ; and for the three Labour men, with Glassey sick, to have attempted to raise a stonewall was decided by them to be uselesB. A more lawless deed the par liamentary world has never witnessed. A more barefaced piece of political trickery ? has never 4aeen more tamely submitted to by any people. Hard times have taken tb,e backbone out of Queensland, which shows that any tyrannical act is possible if the ruiiQg^ciass only waits its opportunity and is not troubled with fine scruples. The fruit pf twenty years' agitation, of two ap parent victories at the polls, of a bi? move ment which had for its object the preserva tion of Australia as a white man's land, has been snatched away by the unparalleled treachery of a Premier and the extra ordinary sycophancy of those elected to keep Queensland white. ? * _? _ ? ? On another page wi...