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ONE MAN ONE VOTE WINS Victorian Elections Give Majority for Electoral Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

ONE MAN ONE VOTE WINS Victorian Elections Give Majority for Electoral Reform. ' — -There -are ninety-6ve seats In ^he^Vic torian Assembly. Of theee thirteen were not contested and the remaining eighty two were run off on Wednesday test. It is ? impossible to five anythinft lijkf. a. mm plete return of the Labour rote at the t-me the Woeker goes to press — Thursday afternoon— but the voting, so far as known ' vet. in. the seats contested bv Labour ran. didates is given belrw in-full-as-the-best ? .._. ? index of the strength of the party and the - - opposition it encountered. ~ The names of successful candidates are italicised. ? The question nn which the ? - ? Government appealed to the country was ' .... one-man -one- vote^ and thefother than - Labour candidates are marked 'M' or ' P,' according as they are for '.Manhood Suffrage' or 'Plural Voting.' (Elec torates incompletely 'returned are {*) asterisked, Albert Park.— J. S. White {PA J3U5-;-J - ? , Nimmo (P.), 598; H. H. Meadows ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
M'Ilwraith on "Cast Iron Conditions." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

M'llwrafth on 'Cost Iron Conditions.' ^ -An^)ld Brisbane iron-worker, who knows something of ' oast iron, ' writes : irTBV»4S«~d*y. Sir Thomas M'llwraith de livered a speech in tbe Legislative Assembly an the vexed question of the relation -betw^n Capital andTLaoour in the buBh? The 2 \ was weU puk^j&ABJiJaln^Btusonoiliator^n ? tone and Qeserves the beBt thought of th« workers. B uc bujo, ojjeuuong m me way the squatters ja&Jlid _dowji i-y_oast-i£on ^auditions in Jhn prosecution of their ' industry : 'FirstTthe? ? ? were got hold of by the labourers and by the earners, with whose prices he hod nothing to complain; then by tbe Railway Department who had fixed rotes of carriage (but whose highest rates were for the carriage of squatters produce); they were got at by the shippers a!u60,?K u8u6hey got home *'» were goi \ at by the brokers ; and then after that they had to deal with one roan— the buyer, who gave 6d 7dM 8d., or 9d., as the case might be, over whom they had...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS .... . -..^- . — Thr '?VuiiK'.-iuh'.iag ^\v issued wu.'kly, :; :.;.,!?.-,'?' -s;:;!' -? is w .i-lj.-ibif for advertise liji'jH- '^ii tin.1 iVi)it!-.';tig tepns : Av r.i'.1 nL..np;nvii liue. Twelve noi»i-areil lit :»??- \-- ?? '-.-?? iix-'i. ? ? J itix-moii Uki~. |i--r line t-eFinsert7oir 1° ,1 .Kl. ., :--- » 7J. (Fit e ner ctnt ttiecount lcr pcymentin advance.) Tiie WchKEit Board of Trustees guaran &-*- a weekly circulation of not less than IGMM «x»pies. . ? No puifs will be given by the Wobkeu t» ji.iv p.iv--riiisf-r v/hatt'vtr. Adveitising ypv.'.' only for Pfiji?. :. . - - jVii-jttl --rtnrrrr.nf mcnt3~TrrgfeiTed. — 5ht3 — - -W-ji,-fiKit door. i-:.-t-d-»6ifw-feft%tay advirfke ? men t.-, but will s:o«-k to arrange ite s[Mce .??-nd tyj.es so ;?.-: to $/ive tr^»d show to tach, even if only t'v.'i*-: lines. Reading matter en every iiago. ? The WoiiKca v.d vertisinp- ratesarestrictly bupine&s— -the finie to every advertiser for tne iime noitig v/...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. Thb Brisbane Traiiiway Company deny any present intention to j;ut wages. ? Thb Wagpa A.S.IT, ift balloting on tlie Australian Federation of Labour scheme. MlXK Managyfe' Associations are ^_ngi- tating for the certification of mining mmni gers; _ ', ' The Gulf Federated Worker* are negotiatinp; for esdianga of ton'dr^ntlrthir A.M.A. J. P. Shaw appointed orga,niaei\ The AuRtralian Socialist League is organis-iuf .i i.'^f ./''?.tii-.r^'.inllui* to igl..e placsi ou Atiiy lJay in Scanty. ? Th& u«ion~ri'i-suii(ji-s' riinc Wi\*. jiiij mented by £11 10 :. as th« vesult uf p. o'vcus performance at BaicaWiiie. j TiHE UliHiters Towtu'fi Eiigi»j»;«i-s am' ? Engin«^^^ii^i:i.s: A.-:i0tl:-.liOll ia i.])j)O'iijiJ:lg an organi^r to be nelectod froni its own rank;. Sqcatthk AbbottV . letters are filling tho Scon^ A.S.U. branch with recruits and Secfelalrj^jtiiieTi^iiPTnt^vvTTirioyy'rrfTirh isn't qnitf x/mi Abbott Avant^d. Brisbane 'buf-diivers gave tbc_ bo\ seat a r«.sti ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BULIMBA GOES BLACK. The Queen-street Property Vote Carries the Slave Trade Through. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

_ BUJJMBA GOES BLACK. — The-Qneen«»treot rroportar VoteCar ries the Slave Trade Through. Dickson on top, Fitzgerald -anywheres that was the outlook in Bulimba all last Saturday. The press Jnfluence and the -~ property ihfluenc&worked the electoratefor - all they are worth, which in this electorate ? is a very peat deal, and from the start it - -was^dentthBtnEhe only Tihing Indoubt — wag-how far toe-aGi^-residente-Gould-pull down the dummy majority thus arrayed against them. The two closely settled centres, Bulimba proper ^and ooorparoo, gave Fitzgerald majoritiea^-one bare, the other emphatical ; the more sparsely settled regions went for Dickson with a goodly White Labour minority ; but the worth Brisbane property vote put the result out of court, the 'pegs' plumping iu great bundles and nearly half Dickson 's figures being thus secured outside the electorate. The official declaration is : :'Ti~rrV Polling Places. g j 5 ' ~'§ : « * «' i S ! ^ : 'd ; Bulimba ? S3 P5 ! Brisba...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Church View of Black-Birding. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

A Church View of Blaek-BIrdlng. The Melbourne Spectator, official journal of the Wesleyan Methodists, says of the Queensland kanaka trade : The traffic is not lo be trusted to private hands, eves under Government supervision, unless that supervision be something very differ ent from what it was in tbe ' black-birdlng ' 'days. Nothing 5hott^5fthB=ver3rBtrlcteBtTega^ litione. carried out to tbe letter, and enforced by the sternest penalties, oan reduce tbe evil of the traffic to a mhifmum ; to keep evil out of it altogether 1b an utter impossibility. ? The plain fact is that the trade is. of BUOh a nature that, if carried on righteously, it wiii not pay ; and there is save to be an ever-increasing pressure brought to boar ur on the Govferrunept, either to relax tbe regulations whioh will inftke it diffi cult to earn a profit, or to wink at laxity in carrying them out. Not even public opinion iB to be trusted in the matter. -Of this we have had a notable proof in our own community. We ...

Publication Title: Worker
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITORIAL MILL [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL ? Itisjmiy-mstrttetive-tofiQte4he^iS©r8nt amount of publicity which the fair and impartial daily press gives to the Bulimb* and to the Barcoo elections. At the Bar coo, where the chain gang and the Ratling gun were seen in all their glory, the Govern ment was overwhehned-rand the press said nnfchimr. _ At th« JRuliniba. in the home of the plural voters and land-grabbers, which only «itw thfi pwftddie going and ooming, _ theGoveramentwas endorsed, and the news 8papers jubilate acoordingly. To them this election nas endorsed bayonet-government and Black Labour .and plural votjngjand every other evil. There was no Barcoo. 'the ' party of disorder ' is crushed, they tell us. And yet the ' 444 ?' votes of Fitz gerald loom unpleasantly near, especially when it had been preached for a month that to vote for him was to vote for the destruction of all 'proputty' and when it is known how strongly the plural vote stands in Bulimba. ? ? * Jfoftflyialf the vetea-pelied-by Diok...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

SME-HO Donald McIntyre, a Queensland cattle lnT^,\g5TOa50jW0~oiittle7Tfl\B yearly increase being 18,000. Now, who makes the increase 'r John Palmer, an old Maryborough identity, finding himself aged, without money,- no -vrork,-- and~a sad lieartrended his life last week at Lake's Creek, Rook hampton. Another return of competition. _Theue are 123,000 men in_a_state of bachelorhood and 18.000 marriageable damsels in New South Wales. How does Queensland atand — not reckoning kanakas andchinkies? ? It has hap; -oned again and again in the world that opinions that seemed absurd to the coromnu uevse of mankind, and which were therefore counted 'madness,' have turned out fcu be tme.— De. MACDStET. A farmer at Kempsey (N.S.W.) re cently scut !j';rhty bags of potatoes to Sydney, :u- 1 vot^ived nine penny stamps as the result of the sale after the commis sion sharks were appeased. Sre John* LfBBODEpM.1?., banker and scientist, *.'.ys if half the time wasted in trying to induct? competitive sh...

Publication Title: Worker
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BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

BYSTANDER'S -NOTEBOOK Anyvhirg more cakulAted to fotc«, liter ! ally force, your g w'or.im to disregard of the ?'— acceptPdiiTOTsiitiw than the tije coxsfn'T iti.ces..-iiy of obtaining tin* 'or crinsenti of 1 a rente to mar' pauents. li^tgo up to the- ape- of 21 in — ' ? atrrhv-t inconWiuibV;- 'Cases __are_contimially cropping uj- -one did this week— in which holiest youn£ ni--i and vir tuous young \v«m«n ;ire dragged into police courts like thieves aw) i-riioinai'i j^iaijj} lxK'i:u.-e they misstated the giii'.s age in .-order 1. 1 get decently married. Thiy :.rf old enonph to r:et mairi^.l : that is to say, the girl is oli enungh to be tit tor. the mate rnity to which marriageleads or.shonld : but just because thoy cautiul fibtain the ? eoiiM^irtr of the girlV -j+ftTrttts— thfcv — mti?;t^ either cr:iHr-it jx-rjury — :i-- it is called -!-t remain unmarried for a time at an age when days are eenturka and mouths ;-:oas. The thing is unnatural, particularly when ad.ish of opposition wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

r ~ ' wdurkk' Kimacsri'TioSj ? 5s. Yearly, PA FABLE IN ADVANCE. - ? SPECIAL BAXE3-jUlBASi;KJ-__ ? 7 ^^-f^J) ? ~._. ? 1 ? ^ MUMDEDli Or K SICKS ? 4- APPLYING THROUGH T-TIB SECRETARY^ mr«i»!-B«»!» n.»m.i..ii...» ? ? ?? ??» ?;?. ; . ? .. ? r - - -;, ~ - __WHEBK WILFUL PTrgBfEPKNCjK^^ WITH THE - -* — -.7 __l?ELIVgBV OF THB^' WQBKBB' ? _'„...* IS SUSPECTED [ ... THE BUS1NPR8 MAKACBB SHOULD \ . ? .' »:'E KOT»FIK1- ...'??.. _.. — so ia-A'r-i'-AW«s-cAW m: sayr-— ? ??' IN '\ BR'.iiSTKKKD PACKAGE. ?\V1KEOK WBITK.

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 21ST, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 April 1892

GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOB THE WEEK ENDING APBIX. 21gT, 1892.) . Third annual Brisbane Eisteddfod, Welsh musical festival, held on Good Friday. J. R. Dickson faggot-voted into Parlia ment from Buliinba. Easter soldiery encampment held Ut ~— fiytton. ? '- — --— — =- — ~^~- — . vjrnujm b unji/uei uieu uu a^ih 10. Warden P. F. Sellheiih appointed Under Secretary for Mines. Consider able changes of gold wardens made. Irish National party still at daggers drawn ; Redmondites boycotting M*Carthyites. Deeming's solicitor claims present state of public feeling is dead against fair trial ; expected defence, instinctive criminality. N.S.W. newspaper proprietors agitating against paper postage tax. Gladstone 'gold waiden says prospects on Monal and Bannilndoo look fairly well. Small alluvial finds, reported at Darky Flat, 20 miles west of Warwick. European governments decided to suppress May Day Labour processions. . The M'lfryraith-Palmer-Bunya sawmill case to be resumed in Supreme Court May ...

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The Russian Famine. WHAT TOLSTO[?] SAyS : [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

Ttn Russian Famine. WHAT TOLSTOI SATS : At this very moment that men, women aud children are starving, literally dying of hunger, have the merchants, the land feawfl tOelf bo&Dted love in a tangible manner? Have they changed one iota m their luxurious mole of living T Have they waived, temporarily suspended, or even abated their demand on the people for that vrorse than Egyptian-idrudgery which dries up the very marrow in the bones of the workmen, and drags them down to the level of brutes on their way to misery and death? Have they desUfced from ornamenting their 'apartments with treasures gathered from the furthest ends of the earth ? From banqueting like pagan princes ? Trom raoirg on steeds, the price ot which would suffice to support the popu lation of a village for a year ? From lavish ing fortunes upon jewelB and dresses 1 And from paying brils with^the only coin in such cases — the life-blood of' these crouching, lowering helots ? . . . Are not all the educated class...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

DR. RENDLE. rSKSSK?'1 'i&fSSSSP* BRISBANE. Advice and Medicine, 5s. cash. Advioe by Letter and Medicine sent to say part of the Colony, £1. - PbIVATE_ HpgPITAIi _FQB JlttSIPEHT PaTIESTS. ' VyMI tfirnUUi Cutlew! Optical Goods and Surgical Appliances {locally manufactured). Surgical Instrument and Cutlery Works (H. Slay, late May & Dahl, manager), 160 Bdwsxd st., between Queen and Elizabeth ate., Brisbane. ' -BOOKS * -TJ1T!Sa££Li^»^^«S^Dt and pj-omptly, attended to. 'Workingman's Paradise,' post free, 23. 103. Alpekd Flxtches, Bookseller, 65 Leichhardt-street, BrUbane. SMITH BROS. (F-Aar ISA Oommiseion and Forwarding Agents. Aoooafit sttlee sent immediately after sale. ? ' BOARDING H» SSPtfSSiS: Good accommodation and paddookfngj horaeB, . 8b. 6fl. wk., 1b. night. AtronEw BMTTH,Prop. tee a perfect fit. Suite from 60s. UNiflMiQTQ 8M0^E Brown's ToBiocos, UlliUlNIO 0 made by feUow-unionietB from finest leaf only. Every stick tagged Dixson. HLL VVUUL Sewing Machine Importe...

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IT WOULD DISTURB THE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

IT WOULD DISTURB THE PICNIC.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

ORGANISATION NOTIFICATIONS. ' Organisation notices will be charged 3d. per iinetper insertion after May 1. ? j CVftUAMP C of Membership' hj» been er LAUTTrtWUE ranged between the foV.omng j unions, all of which issue aflnnal tickets at the 1 uniform rate of JQs. (exoepting the G.F.W.A., I Queensland: '' '** '^ ' ? 1 Associated Wobkebs Uniok, Charters Towers. I Am4I,oamatbd WoekEbs' Ur.oN, Hughenden, I Longreach and ObarlevUle. I Pedeested Labocu Union, Brisbane. l Gnu Fedeeated Wohkebs' Absociation, 1 Croydon. — I Exchange is being arranged with southern I general labour unions, making one annoal I ticket cany members for a year all over the I continent, union men everywhere, no matter I what they may be working at. Advantages to I unsettled workers: annual payment very small, I financial in established unions everywhere you I go during^the whole term of original ticket, | reoeive weekly Wohkee everywhere free 0. I further oharg«, boeomo organised in political 1 movement for securin...

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IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS The.jyomcEa_beiiig jjow issued weekly, ?i l^itMjmceJ^jiuaj^kHbr^ vertise- iKcntTofithefollowirg jterms': At por nonpareil Hue. Twelve uonpareil lines to the inch. 1 insertion iOd. per |lmej)grlnsert:on. 26 „ 8d. ,', 52 JJL_. 7d. ;; ;; (Five pei cent discount for payment in advance.) The Worker Board of Trustees (ruaran tees a weekly circulation of not less than 10,000 copies. No puffs will be given by the Woekeb to any advertiser whatever. Advertising space only for sale. Small advertisements preferred. The Worreb does jnpt desire lentrthy advertise ments, but will seek to arrange ite space ' and types so as to give good show to each, even if only three lines. Beading matter -on every page. ? The Wobkeb 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 W6bkkr advertising space is good . value for t...

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WEEKLY ISSUE OF "WORKER." SUBSCRIPTION RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

WEEKLY ISSUE OF '#RKEIT SUBSCRIPTION B**B6. - BorouE 80MCUUWM8, p« yaar, post ««? ? ? ?*? Terms to onions, group* ana newsagent! on SrPpUC&tiOIl* REMITTANCES. Jtanittanoet to the Wousb should be nude %*«» Dowible in obeone, port offloe order or, S* »^^»U«»WkB«ne«. Stamps! oa& toowerer, 1m wn| where othtt form of raottanoe Is to any *»7 inoonTenien*. 8UBSCBIBER8 the term oT tfSTwSKrlption has Omb Mown toruTir^ *S* 4ato £e paper wMbe ^ continued nntow tne subscription *? renew«a. Amnufc aoBsaumHms only reoeived at the WoSSroSSTTSwe requiring *f. P»g»*°* Bhorter period, mait arrange with the nearest newsagent. NEWSAGENTS AND BUN BOYS - in Brisbane and suburbs can get extra oopiesof the Wobkm on Fridays and Saturdays at -the Trades Hall, Turbot-street. Friends of the Labour Movement should— tiroscjuiig Thchbelvxs; Get thki* Newsagents to Bell; O*« THShTUSIONS TO CO-OPWUTB. more abuse from Capitalismn&an any other paper in Australasia. Every wage-eamer should read...

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOE THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 28TH, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOB THE WBBK KHDnO APBO. 28TH. 1692.) Primate Smith retarded to Sydney after blessing kanaka slavery. Anarchist alarms cabled every day in the red( »t lines ; nobody killed. Knh^rf. f^mgays to be finished in 1892j_ contract dgaeiflia Loudou. ? — Drought coming on in Western Queens land. Snow on N.3. W. high kudu. ? Donald, aboriginal; hanged for rape by false pretences on married woman at Taroom. London wool prices advanced |d. on fine Hnei. Cardinal Manning to be memorialised by a cathedral at Westminster. Deewir)? refused postponement of tr/al. Revolt in Venewiela { ulnimereddown. B. L. Stevenson, noveffst, now in Samoa, charged with undetmining German in fluence in the Paoifio. Horrocks, charged with Hemmant murder, remanded. WboleL.-le auctioning of Queensland com mtmccd April 26. No competition, mil ' lionaires and syndicate * bought over 1C 3,000 acres at their own price. Twenty-five Malays arreited on charge o(. killin'' Harris and Stewart at Pabat'* An...

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"Workingman's Paradise' Tickets. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

'WorklngmanVi Paradise ' Ticket*. ' 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 T. Driffield, of the G.L.U. ; Mary borough from W. H. Demaine, of the Wide Bay and Burnett D.C. ; Town? ville from E. Y. Lowry, Secretary D.C. ; Hughenden from Secretary Car riers Union ; Croydon from W. H Browne, Secretary A.M.A. ; Winton from W. H. Burton; Central Dis trict from W. C. Curtis or W. Kewley, according to ticket numbers below. The Sydney subscribers' books have been sent to A. Rae, M.L.A. ; Bowkeand Waggato the A.S.U. secretaries. Brisbane sub scribers will be supplied by General Secre tary Hinchcliffe, pt the Trades Hall. In order that no confusion may arise in the bush subscribers they will please notice the -number of their-4rieket8— and ^pply according to the following list W. Kewley, Blackall, has books for the fol lowing : 1, 4 to 7 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 30 April 1892

6a.Yearlyr PAX&tMLB IN ADVANOB. Only Annual Subscriptions taken at WoBKgR Office. ? For shorter periods apply to neatest news agent. ??????'* ^_ __?._'_' SPECIAL BATES ABRAKGED = — -1— TJEHBSB3 ?OT.1'll!i ION 3 ': ==i= APPLYING THEOCGH THEtR BECRETARY. WITH1JHB .«(''??- ??' .' *H»«0BlSSH»^l»J»aCMp»-8HOtl*.' ? K: ^CT0 ? p;dBOja»ATPAFJByc--ibKE4Bra- ? ma) ?;.& ?-?;-? ^:3\--.-i4m. 'd^U Isj fe -?»: ?.;?: ;? .- ? - asgifrrfBaiTtowflBsv n '-._^ ?-' ?? ? ? ' j * ? '-??' ' — -

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