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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 7 May 1892

SMOKE-HO Aston Downs ' free labourers ' aren't allowed to take union tickets ; bounced if they do. That's freedom of contract. Thb S.A. Pioneer says of the Woekbb ' imrmftntionahly the ablest labour paper in Australia.' ? NVZHand settlement returns show ~tbairl700~more fselectsratdok 'tip' land last year than in the previous year. ? T^ra^tf TOeste^3O8tefeesbep assistants1 £75 12s. lid., and brought than in £10 less. They have unanimously adopted weekly Woekeb proposal. Navvies on the Bundaberg line were docked 3d. per £1 for medical attendance ; amounting to £30 a month. The Bunda berg hospital got under £40 in two years. Next ! The Irish National League of Sydney will inform John Dillon that Davitt'e pro jected visit to Australia is undesirable until the Kilkenny caterwauling takes a -softer and more purr-like turn. A KANAKA was doing up the garden at   the back of Parliament House while the session was on; while over fifty white men were within a hundred yards running...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

BYSTANDER'S NOTEBOOK The People's Newspaper, the new Rock hampton weekly very vigorously combats ? the objections made in these columns to any appeal to Cseaar over the Black Labour auea THAT Al'PEAL TO C.K3AR. tioii. Briefly, it puts it that were the -Brittsh-govemmentbeing »gked totnterfere iu the merely local affairs of Queensland it would be the last to approve of such appeal, but that the Polynesian slavery question is one outside of Queensland and of equal interest to Great Britain or any other nation which may object to harmless aboriginals being torn from their homes -into olavery. — This -ktter^oonTehtion is certainly true and would justify a brave nation in sending her men of war into the --Pftpiffa, WS CrO™wnH ''Tit his Wflrghipp jnjn the Mediterranean and in stopping the dis graceful traffic with the hand of the Lord and of Gideon. Whether or not this is the same as justifying a, foreign govern ment in reaching the same end by a dis tinct act of internal interference wit...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

' WOBKBB' BOB80BIPTION : 6c Yearly, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Only Annual Subscriptions taken at Wobeeb Office. For shorter periods apply to nearest news - -agent SPECIAL BATES ARRANGED ? FOB MEMBERS OK UNIONS ._ ' . APPLYING r THROUGH THEIR 8KCBBTAEV. i WHEBE WILFUL XNTEBFEBBVCE WITH THE DELITBBY OF THE ' WOBKKt' IB SUSPECTED THE BUSINESS MANAGES SflOOID BE NOTIFIED SO THAT I*APEBS CAN BE 8EMT IK BEGISTEBED PACKAGE. WTBE OB WHITE.

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

Editor's Letter Box. H. Field, Russell River : Will publish your offer next week ; the so-called Argen tine scheme appears to be more'lively than ever ; silence doesn't always mean death, it sometimes means business. Alp.Abm stbong. Crow's Nest: Received; will attend. J. MaoP., Hughenden: Letter slightly out of Worker line, but will hand over to the personlumself ; am writing you letter may be delayed over mail or two. R. T. W., Woolgar : Reoeived with thanks for valuable information. S. W., Brisbane: Poetry received with thanks. Gbo. Rowe, Hughenden : Always glad to^at^riticifims and advice'; but meanwhile the 'WobkebT will have to plod along on the old track for various overwhelming reasons : one being that we unionists needn't worry ourselves quite so much about converting outsiders seeing that we ourselves need conversion as much as any. John Dias, Hughenden: Writing you. Denis Linehan, Brisbane : You cannot point out one line from its start till now wherein the Worker has sneer...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BUSHMAN'S FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

THE BUSHMAN'S FUTURE

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

LABOUR IN PUHTiCS. The Eight-hour Union at its last meet ing voted £75 to the Brisbane Trades Hall Board of Management. Pbendebgabt, the defeated East Mel bourne Labour candidate has been vie timised for daring to oppose a Patriotic Leaguer.' EtGHTr:FiVE residential claims for the Barcoo (Blackall division) filled up the April regiflbrabton-lifit. Tfeit^bowa whole some activity. . The Rockhampton Workers' Political Organisation is getting jeell forward for neict elections by running ft prize drawing to swell the Elections Expenses Fund. The Gympie Workers' Politioal Orga nisation keeps ap its educational Saturday night open air meetings. - The various speakers give capital addresses to very fair audiendto. ? ? ? — ? ; ? ThL N.S.W. Labour Electoral League has entered on a vigorous propaganda in Sydney and suburbs with a view-to weld ing the discordant elements into something like awhesive body. At Rockhampton North the rolls are being ornamented 'in-bold relief by the Workingmen's Po...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS ! ? * ? The Wobkeb being now issued weekly a limited space is available for advertise ments on the following terms : At per nonpareil line. Twelveoonpareil lines to the inch. 1 insertion lOd. per line per insertion. 18 .. M. 26 „ 8d. 52 .„_ .7d. ..', ? '.. . (Five per cent discount for payment in advance I The Wobkeb Board of Trustees guaran tee* a weekly circulation of not less than 16,000 copies. No puffs will be given by the Wobkeb to any advertiser whatever. Advertising space only for sale. — Small —advertisements -preferred: The Worker does not desire lensrthy advertise ments, but will seek to arrange its space and types so as to give good show to each; even if only three lines. Reading 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~ciren1atKm' which irTmequallea In' ~ Queensland. The Wobkeb advertising space...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

THE WORLD OF LABOUR. Dalbt butchers have at last given Sunday trading best. The carters on Croydon are enrolling in the Gulf Federated Workers Associa tion. There is a Ministers* Union in Bris bane. At its last meeting a conference with the Labour party was proposed. C. P. Hobabt, Hon. Sec. G.F.W.U., Croydon, is on ah organising tour through, the Etheridge and Percy districts. The half-yearly meeting of the^Bourke' branch G.L.U. will be held at Bdurke, N.aW., May 25, when W. G. Spenoe will attend. _._... A.S.U. Secretary M'Inery, in his lecturing tour through . the Goulburn dis trict, has not forgotten the atrocious con spiracy laws. Ebb and Johnston, who have Alec Forrester's horses, are requested to com municate immediately with W. Kewley, secrQ^rU., Blackallr ? The balance-sheets and Auditors' re ports of the Q.S.U., Q.L.U. and O.D.C. will be published next week. They are highly satisfactory. Mb. John Owens, Western Miners' General Secretary, has been elected trea surer of the Am...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LUCINDA SHARPE ON "PLACEMENT." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

LUGllftA SHARP* ON 'PLACEMENT.' If you've ever had the toothaohe yon ought to know the meaning of ' nostrums.' The first body you meet says that St. Bar tholomewVOU wiU be a sure cure, and^ie next feels hurt if you don't put a pieoe of cat-fikin in your boot and another one sug gests cooked onions as a poultice and others won't be satisfied until you have 'made yuuraelf blind with pinches of anuff — or sick with a piece of tobacco — and still your teeth keep on aching and will stick to it until somebody happens 10 let you know that as long as you're well otherwise your teeth won't bother you a little bit and that the Treat-core is to get your liverintowork ing order and to loose your corset strings and not wear tight boots. When you've tried that and found it work like a charm it suddenly dawns on you that to try to -ecel-beHing water without ^taking it off the fire is an easy thing compared to^ trying to ease an ache while the cause of the ache is at work for all it knows how. And ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

ORGANISATION NOTIFICATIONS. Organisation notices will be charged 3d. per 1 line per ioeertion after May 1. ' I CV/-UAMPC ot MembewMp*-3h«B been ar £Avflrt«Ut ranged between the following unions, allot whioh issue anniial jackets at tbe uniform rate, of 10s. {exoeptiox the G.F.W.A., -jwhb*-Hfe-TtlV^Q*'whieh-to|eth&«: cever-ftll ? -Qaeettsleadi : v Asboouted WonKBRB Uui:t,K1Oharier8 Towers. Ajuloamated Woekbbs' U«.o», Hogbenden, Dongreach anA ChatleviUe. . Federated Laboob Ukios, Brisbane. ,G0W Federated Wobkers' * Assocjation, (Jrojraon, - r, E3cohaog0 Is being arranged, with southern mnero). labour 'unions, making one annual fifiirwt fttitry toippibprs for a year all ovet the ootitinentt Bnton men everywHere, no matter wfaat«h«y may be workingrftt^ ' Aavantages to mwatttofl yrcVtr' * unniml ppy''*'* ^niat— cmi^ii financial In established uoloui (Bverywbere you ° go during the whole term of brjgiaa] ticket, receive weekly Wobeee everywhere free of farther charge, beoome organ...

Publication Title: Worker
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WEEKLY ISSUE OF "WORKER." Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

WEEKLY ISSUE OF 'WORKER.' 'fctrtwerinnon Rates. 8mojJi,Suj?BOaiDEi;s, per year, post-free . . 5s.~i TwrnV W unit-as, groups and newsagents ou application. SiemiEtnacos. ,\ - -Reuftttanceb tufut tt'ouiusK should bt oi&dsj whore possible in ch-^tirroatonioe oraor or poBtal note, payable to Frant Barnes. Stamps -oaaa,=feow^v^j^ba^fc^r -.-»&era -T-riher. -.forgi. J^t rgrattuaoe is in any wr.y inconvenient. Subscribers receiving their W(;i,:;r:; w,i)ij ' lj!'e ,roa[1f through thw mramaiAi wnl uiiw-^'^.. 'j'^T' the term oi tbi-ir buUi ?::.??;? .on ifaaTJNfi -.-j«th to run, aftyv win'.:!'. .-.t' .the pap^r will-nt: dis - continued unless tnc mb»crii-tipn is vi.uew'Hi. ANNi:«t fiOBSGBii'Tjoss only r^ei-ua el the Workuk Office ; tucs-' ivq-.iirLig tbe rap-) .or flhorteT periods mut-t arrange wita tbe nearest lieWBagent. l Newsagents aad »nn Boye io Brisbane tfiia siMmiiis can get tKtra copies of tho Wen Kit* ch Frfdr.ys fm3 Sa-urJRy- :?: the ^aoesJittU, Turbot-feUtet. Frieudh...

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GENERAL NEWS [?]A[?]Y. (FOR THE WEEK UN[?] MAY 12TH [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

UU't'.kL illttb oUiVi.JiAltl. (foe ras week e:;uisu my 12m. k.'.t.:. r-n!Kt»ietsu to f-i(lhti fil lli'Mltll:-- I.-.-1 J;iS-jur for /.n -.trli^io »n tlio ^enten-: ,?!' - '-w Wul^all an:--Tt.-u:M9 ; Mov:!-::-. . °\r publisher, aivjuiiitml. Ktnin Paf^ha, who -iidn't wi-ut :-- !..- 'found ' by H. 2M. ytauley, i~ ? itr s ? ? ,. — pertfid ? A rwv code of prisaii_pegH4ftti-ii^-^:-^'*^ juejiBred by Tv.eci1 :k how ready. Brisbane perishable roods hawk-r.- n-ui \ . J to r-fnse lo pay fox- lie^ns'-s. Britkh— Secr-etary— it*4-^ts4uJiiiutsii):i: \x,« Uilo the Separation League itgit.at.ii.s that they can't goss-jiaratio!i vet-nvhii. . -T1ilj Croasey v. Cros^ey -divorce snU-tiU ? missed with coats ; thu petitioner mubb.-i by women on leaviiig court. Quomeland Presbyteria-a General Asspii ibl y annual assembly carefully taik*ni i.vpV property and theology. President Harrison has signed the bill blocking Chinese from the U.S. for t*-n years ; Chinese Minister otBeiallv yvr-- tested. Deemiug'fl exec...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE MILK IN THE COCONUT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

THE fflLX Mi m S0D3MOL Deeming, of notoriety, has boon the means or bringing 'pr^uiinentlyTjeforirtlie' Australian public! the? question of 'in- stinctive criminality,' which doctors de clare to be a phas«- of insanity. There appears to have bee»i a difference of opinion amongst the doctors who gave evidence m the late sensational trial as to wnewior Deeming waa or was tiot an instinctive criminal. The judge who tried the case, in summing up to the jury, stated ' that the medical evidence showed that the boundary line between goaadaadtraBQand -BM«l~0©uld-a©fc be-acourately and clearly^ described.' Consequently he asked the, jury to say whether Deeming was or was not 'triad, which the twelve enlightened did. The same intelligent way of settling andbsenre question might be adopted in the future. For instance, our lepers. Bat the© oomeria the possibility iffwMrtwelve ugHirliliBned odbb bringing ia a - wrong vpaiot on a subject they know nothing about. And who is to vouch for the sane n...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION. GENERAL RULES. 1.Name. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

M^ROPSSEO CONSTiTUTIOH. GENERAfi^lULES. ? The name shall be The Amalgamated Wobkbbs tJrnots of Queensland. 8.' WatureV-r_^_ ? ? . The Amalgamated Workers Union of Qoeensland shall ooufiiet of districts working together under the constitution herein provided and having a commou ^nemberehip, the whole fotrniag one consolidated union divided into broaches for better local self-government and greater cBiavenience ot orlttui6at!on. 3. Districts. ? Tbe -districts into which the Amal gamated Workers Union of Queensland is divided shall tre known as brftnohee. Tbe original branches shall be: Hughenden,' Charle- vllle, Longreach. New branches may bo formed by Annual Conference as provided tn this con stitution. l 4. Boundaries. Tho ibpnndary between the Hughenden and Longreach branches of the Amalgamated Workers Union of Quei-nslaud. shall be : From Pentlaod ' in a straight line to Ck-rinda (L) ; thenoe to Caledonia (L), Hortington -Ii), and Cnlloden (L); thenoe to Winton, taking in Rookwcod...

Publication Title: Worker
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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

LABOUR OVER SEAS. South Wales miners will not fall in with thaBnglwhlpifeiefs' proposal 40 work five davit a weekend regulate the output. The Glasaow ^teamen aad .'JSmnen *s Union is out against the ship owners cut at wageK ' . ?', - ? M. VEOTriihsTl^rUian' restauracumTT who spied on the ^gftrchislwrhaTSied frorB^ -thw l-esttit-of-the rtt^t tixploabm - i XjONUON dookjivivertude and whart labourers declare eujfrloyers have brokwn apr^f»TyfiT)t^ gpfj tw.H- .^1 a. sr.ri|f-- inr .filly next. Ovkh 4flQi- «lectorn of a division of j J)urh«Uii ^tavfl been knocked olf the eJcc tbral -.oIIh through bfinff oomtKjllw! to «.c cojii iiijiir Jaw r«lief. Tr.K receipts of the British SoameiA j and Fircr.pjiU Union hws: fallen off £l-St- a ; wcuk, imiiuly owing, -nxs^ihi/no/ds, comis- ? manag-.-iuis-itlfinancial and otli».;rwi.si-. j !j(-i-:)i5ra,in\v«ll, foundorof the-Libeity { and j-i'i«|-c-rty Defence Lu^.gut! ;ir.-l opj-r;net3! j of all thiogs socialisiic, cuv?. up thv- ijhost j on May if. Me vo...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARLIEVILLE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

CHSSIEVILLE lliEETiNO, proceedings at the Amalgamated Workors Union First Delegate Con ference. ;r- The Atmual Conference of delegates -fi^m-HnKireBaenil'OnRfeROn tt™ Ctaarle yillrtr-rwjwftHentiug tbtj__amalganuiting difi^j : 'TrictS rf~llre^.Sftt: a~n3 Q.Ii^-^was _| opened a'. GharleviiJO j-ST^O^iml^v morn- , ing. Hitv 2. gectvtiry ~ETT. ftreutuuurj — of~^nv UharluviU'.' branch, kiofe — frhr-r - chair pro tan., a::rl 'the following' pre- | sentviV frerteutials, 'hich sv^e .*»..uuj»t*«i : ' ?' Hugh -uii-n— W. Sav adws, W. V. O-i- ; ley, -T. Thompson; Lodgiv.ich- -J. A. i sOfttnpbeH, 11. .T. Jjvckfon, M. B. Wilsou ; , Chaileville -W. Us) four, .). M.urriaon, | T. Kane. T. Meelv.n :-.u-\i W. Moi-loy. ! Charteville district nrfTAi;!--^ al-o sn- ? tendni ; W. Lain1 iv»jji\-w.!t?'i »!»-.-? G^n. : Ex A.L.F Wi Standard wm« Munimyu-l}' i'i^x.' ehaiim&n E. T. 1'v ?u;iui_j\v^wiiii^iLiii^- - to act as «''.:rntriry. . A Standing Ooijivs Sub u-jiiiuiit.u.i', non- ; sistiiif,' of r-n-= do...

Publication Title: Worker
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SMOKE-HO SYDNEY Bulletin says [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

SMOKE-HO Syj-NEr Bulletin nays A democratio uewenaper inau is a man who works tiixiecip liours a day, writing up the eight boar ruoveaiewt.. — ? — ? Most people -thought tfatr JhiHztin-BcribG^ 4i'»»3HPBiag|Miiiittei!. We must send an agita t^ir rjruyp ? £ ? ? A mvuyr$s introduced ^JaBt week in tho Ivuyiish lioube of OomiiiMUb cuijKJWer ijiff iocal councils to coufiecote unearned in -ci'j iiiL-ut anti ;i)'j-hT it to publii.1 naua. It 'wiv-ri?iA.-Ut with j-.s -ii.'.«-X'y'* liiutirm J-o :\y jvjii'ti a ttoioiai.'&ioi) »/ito ilie caunss oi the bush strike. Tut: A.M. A. CJonf^yono*- v.D.ii-r v\n new coiistitution of ilu- chief oounoi! o{muivj_ in Sydney A^ril 27- 1'ho tuilowmg m-'.iions hav b--on parsed ; 'I'iiO c.oiiai;ii to :-tn!\tj u 'luiiorui i.ci-j!-ni,:,no !;:vy on fU\ A.M,S,,in;.ml;cr, Mii^cifU1 to iJiain taia uipn on swikc or Jock ocr. liitu V..i. . insic lu-.'- . i t yt-i -;-.iviMi ;or u isuour ffrtcrcuoii. The ofiiccrs'-i.-ci to take i-.t'--j e for the -.onvauon of s. Tj...

Publication Title: Worker
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CHARLIE LILLY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 14 May 1892

CHARLIE LILLEY. Oh! who will bear the battles brunt   And lead the ranks of Labour? Our leaders blunder in the front While Victory's a neighbour ! We need a man to guide us thro'— The march is rough and hilly— The army wants to know if you Are coming, Charlie Lilley?   The hand of Greed is on the soil And times are growing harder, And soon 'twill break the heart of Toil To fill the workman's larder. Across the sky we hear the cry Of Justice calling shrilly, And we might save her by and by If led by Charlie Lilley.   We want the gentleman who'll face The social sham and evil And sacrifice a higher place To seek the people's level.   The parasite ne'er led the van To Victory— nor will he ; To lead us on we need a man Like brave old Charlie Lilley. So, Charlie Lilley, will you dare The lying papers' fury, With God alone to judge you fair, The people for a jury. Can heart like yours keep warm and true On heights where hearts are chilly...

Publication Title: Worker
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IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS The Wobkeb being now issued weekly, a limited space is available for advertise ments on the following terms : i. At per nonpareil line. Twelve nonpareil lines to the inch. 1 insertion 10d. per line per insertion. 13 „ 9d. ?5 :: ft :: :: (Five per oeat discount for payment in advance.) ^The WOBKBR Board of Trustees fcuarari tees a weekly circulation of not less than 16,000 oopios. No puffs will be given by the Wqbker to any advertiser whatever. Advertising space only for sale. Small advertisements preferred. The Worker does not desire lentfthy advertise ments, but will seek to arrange ite Hpaco and typos so as to give good show to each, even if only three lines. Reading matter on every page. The Worked advertising ratssareetrictly business — the same to every advertiser for bhe time being without exception. They are exceedingly reasonable, considering the large circulation which in unequalled in Queensland. j-iiu wuitiijiu aaverusiug spaco in good value for t...

Publication Title: Worker
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In Memoriam! [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

In Memoriam! BY A STBATAWAT. White Queensland is abolished by Act of Parliament and we, white Queenslanders, are shoved forward to take our place among the countries of the earth aB a hybrid, piebald nations— The 4-onny blwr flag with the bright croaa — eaiblem of hope and greatness— shimmering on its azure folds, is dragged to the ground, and the emblems of the leper nations— of the Chow, the Kanaka, and the Javanese, daubed o'er cross and azure field ; and then to its old place the disgraced, dishonoured flag is hauled. See! Sir Samuel Walker ^Griffith' puffiTon ihe^IanyardTandTwith' traitorous lips proclaims that this Queens land leper flag is the flag Queensland patriots should honour and be ready to die -tm. — ? — ; ? To those who mourn and to those who exult send the word along : White Queens land is abolished by Act of Parliament and white Queenslanders hands were tied while the treacherous deed was done. There-flies the flag! There is slavery, foulness, and dishonour on it n...

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