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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 19TH, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

CEHEfiAL HEWS SUMMARY. (fob vbb mew xmvia hax 19x8, 1893.) Darkey Flat diggers have voted the field to be no duffer. Premiers Fysh and ^Playford ^m Monday held seoret meeting with Griffith* no particulars available: subject— Federa- tion in spite of Black Labour. Brisbaae-and district hawkers-liav© -ap- pealed to Full Court against oonvictions for refusing to pay license. A phenomenally rich patch has been struck on the Percy goldfield : 23 P.O.'s pegged out. 900 Brisbane families get State relief ; cost -£1SO weekly. Booth is getting ready to ship 3500 slumiteB to New Zealand. ? Two 'generous contractors ' offered to take big Gladstone railway contracts without opmpetitively tendering and to acoept Treasury bills in payment; offer regret . fully refused. Diocesan Synod has been holding annual sittings aud discussing matters of very utue general numan interest. British Government declines to veto Grif fith's kanaka bill. James Stephens, originator of the Fenian movement, presented w...

Publication Title: Worker
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

SaJmwiptiott S»tM. floraa gPMOBreOTa, fear |«fe port &ee .. Bt. Terms to nnlgqu, groups and newsagents on application. . - , '. . '--? ' ^ JUptttMOM. - - - ? HwnfttMiow to ItoJEggBPLj^ggJlJ** -B*fla ^riwte po«0»l« to ohfiiwa, jw* omoo order -rt ^OfW^iiW^ltoTB^;^^ 8 tamps ono, how»T«3e mo* where otter iorm of rt&iittance la in annraj tawtfrenlent. — receiving their Wobkeb with a, Woe mark itongF this paragraph wUl andewtana that the term of their labscription batOss Motch to run, alter which dale the paperwUlbe dis __^onttmie4wito8««iejwbwsrii«oa *8p5e'«*: AmnrAX. SrosoufcxoKS only reoeivea at tte^ Wobbj* pffl^j «w»e ragnirinBtb* paper for Sorter perioaa maBt arrange with the nearest newsagent. ? -NowwweiU* wid Bon Boys in Brisl&e and suburbs can get extra copies of tba Wobssb on Ettdays and Saturdays at the Trades Hall, Turbot-street Friends of the labour Movement should— StnjSCRm* THMWgfcTiSS; ? OST THKJH ffewMOnrCS » B*LL; On «HBtH UWOMB TO Oo-OHtBATB. ^^Ue...

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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

gdltor's' Tjflttft- ffff** Mabtw £ubcell, Kilkivan: There is no juBtioe for toe poor and it'* only by in flooeaoe that innooent prisoners are re leased, However, won't forget that case. Something may be done to expose polioe brutality, at feast. Jbbemiah Ltnoh, Romas Hove no authority in_«*ejnatter and oould not interfere. The U. JJ.U., liar o*ldine, or A.W.U., Oharleville, would be the proper quarters to write to re keep ing offices open. No individual man, how ever good, makes or mars a movement, you know. VxKDiCATOR, iBriKbane : Witt use letter re the arson prisoners in Toowoomba gaol next week. aL Fanning, Aramac: Received your letters of May 9; money enclosed ; wrote in reply next mail c/o Kewley. Observes, Kynuna: Am glad the girls take to the ' Workingman'e Para dise;' others have written similarly ; ib shows that girls will think seriously if only their womanly nature is appealed to: the heart of most women is pure gold, if you only reach it. Will use information re wholesal...

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SHOULD HAVE A SUCCESSFUL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

BBOVtV BAVB A 8BO0SSWUL OABEEE. The Woekbr, printed and pnbl|ibed at Bris bane on the oo-operative prinotole by 4be work ingmen of Queensland, in flie Internta of labour, or rather that section of It whioh aom prlses the unions, is well go* up and oontainii mooh reading matter. It should have a soo oesafnloareer before it, and If It can arrive at, and «roo»fe tob radioal aonroe of the present denresBion in labour circles it will have oon Bat if real good Is to be aooompllaheTlt will be neoessarr, nay Imperative, to avoid the oommon errow of snob publioations, of striving to set labour against capital, of counselling and up holding strikes, tirading against aoHsalled 'blaoklegs,' &o. Capital and labour are too closely auied for one to aoffer without serionaly affeotlng the other, and strikes have proved -thwawniveB a faiinrftJBhereyet fegyjiave been tried. When tt comes ton ohoIoebetweenBtar vation and a redaction of wages, the latter will prevail in the end. We believe it qu...

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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

LABOUR OVER SEAS. LivvBppoxi cotton broker Smith doesn't intend to ley Knutsford-Salisbury machine put throosn the '*oyal assent' to the Queensland i kanaka slave bill without a tokT Livbskt, manager of tbeSouth Metro politan Gas Works, London, a notorious harbourer of blacklegs and opponent of uniomam, nas come round to see tnat tbe Eight-hour day is not so bad after all. A 'Vendetta Committee' is the latest and sweetest thing in Patriotic Leagues. The move comes from Paris, where it is proposed to operate on 'anar- chists' much atterthe style of the* Thugs in India. The Salisbury Government's reply to the London Trades Council deputation re the legal enactment of an eight-hour day, as to be expected, was one of declared hostility. Freedom of contract, like peace in Warsaw, must be maintained at all oosts. The 'Frisco Coast Seamen's Journal says :— ?** Ourjupions must be disrupted as the Australasian unions were, and our people must cry in agony while the iron heel of capital is cr...

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C.D.C. BALANCE-SHEET. JANUARY 1ST TO APRIL 21ST, 1892. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

2^~ ^-MM&tmr-^- ? JAKUABY lBUHL^PBS.JjtoTj 1^. ? EE0KIPT8. To Balanoe Q.N. Bank Jan. 1st, 1883 . . £737 17 4 Balanoe in hand Jan. 1st, 1892 .. 2 15 6 Q.S.U. Levies .. .. .. .. 142115 0 Q.L.U.IievieB .. .... ... 867 1 0 A.8.U. BnbBcriptions per Secretary Moore .. ? 6 5 1 Refund J.Meeh&n,paddockiiig horse 4 0 0 Refund A. J. Thynne ? SO 0 0 Refund 3. 4. Campbell, balanoe of £10 Iiongreaoh expenfles, A.W. Union meeting .. ,, „ 6 14 8 Refund W. Saonders, balanoe of ^ ? ? JIM liHrPifl tn Wtlghoqiiftn dftlp. ? gates and incidental expenses A.W.U. meeting .. .. .. 16 16 0 Q.B.U. Assessment 1st quarter .. 225 7 6 Q.L.U. Assessment lsjtqaarter .. -685 0 0 Q.L.U. Special Grant Wobebb .. 140 0 0 -Q.8.U. Special Grant Woekeb .. 61 0 0 P.P.A. Longreacb forms of claim . . 0 12 0 Advertisementa O.D.O. Supplement 6 2 0 £8578 4 7 ESPENDITOftE, By Expenses Longreaob and Hoghen denfmeetiHgB^fcW^;; — v. ? r; — 468-0-8 ExpuuBBB — eharienlle ? meeting — — A.W.U. ? D1U U Auditing Accounts ?...

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CROWDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

CROWDED OUT. — . ? ♦ ? . Both 'Bystander's Notebook' and -^IiUdadft Shsdrpe's better ' axe ««- BTftWuWT— crowded- «mt of tnM Issue. They will appear next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

' WOEKEB*1 8UBS0BIPTI0N : 6*. Yearly, PAYABUE IN ADVANOK. Only Annual Subecriptiona taken at Wobkkb Office. For shorter periods apply to neatest newB agenk BPBOXAt BATES ABBANGKD .,_„ FOB HEHBIBS OF UNIONS AKPLYINO THBOUGH THKB 8B0BETABT. ? ?' ' ''???.'? 'trtBijflBi':--' ?'-?' ????^?/?'| DlLIT»B*Or«BI^V0BnffiB . ; ? .. .,,?..'?- ? '....??- - Ar — ?? '??i-- ~ . ' ' 60 O^T P*i«6.CAiraBBERT , '. ?:'?'; ;;.^ -'. ., ???; ???_?? ?. '; yiBB^BWMCT.

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UNION PRISONERS' RELEASE. The Question To Be Considered by the Government. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

u«n nmm mm. [?] bewawitwagfflypl^^fa^iiij.iti^jiitli — — it^ng would be 'fPstiSifiSK slitting up the intsiwt bitterness whi* lingmd long after the okue oftha strike i while to admi* that they warn ordinary criminals aod ri|a-d^»iW7 fni Inflft im was therefor* m$§*!&t^Jiti&r~mb~c&- opem*«n of l&^^S^a^% of the Anstrslisa Todauii sunply asUog fortlie ^ i Miaas»- -rf 1km irtryvkmrnmn yn, Tnttr^nt m TOioo isssilagi sfl ewr mm ooottnent ^^^^ ? ;; 'imBsi nB?SSuWBMrflr flBnum^^^— — — ? -' - -? ssttHflsf IMWJf tsW'SsV lffi£SSi^ Anlr'^H^^^^^i^BnJ ' ''' MgMKSSs^SB|ai^kuBtt^^B«is'':*ib - - ???? ^?^???wSIBsBBBwHsBJW^IS^WWBPBMHsapSa * tittl1 j\# Mtf IJWll WJM klMHMII ' tboaghii£-^lbeen imisjM-iiif|]u|MrPtp IhaveAehddojrgttKdefctUr, The Obnf Secretary teptietti * ^ tj«^'ffn«fri Aiisisaliaii uitakhttWultAiln '' ?, ' not ooift© raSw I4w fptifob 4^sSv9is^p ' ^ iMtructjon. that a oop» be ^^W^ '' H theJLegUUttve AJTOmbly. w*^^* P»- '* (Aon sblU betake Into oonlB!as|»iml^...

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NO MASTER [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

NO MASTER Mifaja^ Jtain*n, We've heard and 4mown ? _T^we^ioa8t«r«eed The grief of slaves long paaBed away For us hath forged «Te chain, BuUdiuptheHouaeoTpTk.. And we, ahill we, tob, crouch and qtiafl Aflhamed, afraid of strife, Tqr^ And lest ms li ves untamely f aU Embrace the Death in Life? Nay, cry aloud, *nd have ac fear, . We few agwnet the world; Awake, arise! the hope we bear .^ Against the jourse it hurled. 'f.5 It crows and grows— «re we -toe same, ' The feeble band, tbefBW? ? ~ Or what are these witii eyes aflame,' An^ haiidfi to deal and do ? This is the host that b»arg tho word, ? J — ?' No IIastbb htoh ob iobw' ' :?- '' A lightning flame, a-Bfawrfeffiword. — A storm to^verthrow. : ~^. ~~~'

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LABOUR SONGS. Selections from William Morris, the Socialist Post. ALL FOR THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

MBttClLlWlM . i y ? l * z, ? i* -; : i Bolooiitf*iffiff Drain WUttuii 'Montis, tifee JSkMunlfit* root* - ? ALL FOR THE CAUSE. - Hear a word, n word in weaBon, for the day is drawing nigh, ? ? ?? ? When the Cause ihall call upon us, Bometo live, and Bome to die ! ' He thalLdies shall not die lonely, many an one hath gone before He that lives shall bear no burden heavier than the life they bore. Nothing ancient ib their story* e'en but Younrest they of earth's beloved, last of afl the vafiantdead. ? ? - E'eathe tidings we are telling, was the tale they had to tell, E'en the hope that our hearts oherish, was the hope for which they fell * In the grave where tyrants thrust them lies their labour and their pain, But undying from their sorrow springeth up the hope again. Mourn not therefore, aoflament it that the world outlives their life j ' ~ ' Voice and vision yet they give us, making ___ 8tropg°ur hands for strife. *'? ?' . ? -__ Some had name, and fame, and honour, learn'd they were,...

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Sneering at What Is Good. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WORKER: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

Sneering at Wnnt Is Good. JTO_lHEJaiITOEi3F-THE-WGBKEB-: ? In your last issue you challenge me to 'point out one line from its start till now wherein the Wobkeb has sneered at what is good.' Lend me your ears : ' It is only peoples who expect to be v*n.iao/1 aiyatii in f.Via samo flaoli anA Ivinao and blood . . . who have ever attached any special importance to burial. . . . And it isn't edifying to find that our own objectionable burial custom springs from 'lu^&EiDOBt forgotten ~and certainly exploded idea that our actual nails and teeth and meat would . appear at the Judgment Day and thencefroin enjoy or suffer through the endless ages of eternity, '—Worker, April yU. This is 'sneering at what is good,' sneering at the grandest dogma of the Christian religion, the hope of a glorious hereafter. Have you ever heard of the Apostles' Creed ? Have you ever heard of the Nicene creed ? Have you ever read the 19th chapter of the book of Job ? Are they ' forgotten and exploded ?' '...

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A Servant Girl's Lament. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

y~ A servant Girl's fcamsnt. ?FBQM AVAGG A JTkfmMlf. , __ ? ., ,-.,„ Otir^sMreis^Trtrs'bad^oTtrbut~Bbhe of us care a great deal for her style. She has too much style, you know — that's why. No doubt she thinks if she gives her orders in a pleasant tone of voice and always says ''thank you,' she is doing all she possibly There is no such thing as confidence be tween ub, and all the time she doesn't for get that we are only servants. Not that wo oaroflbput that much; oh door no I But at times one wishes the missus would be sort of mates with us, and not be ever lastingly reminding us that we are paid to work, work, work, and obey orders, and look pleasant, and that it's wrong to give back answers or look crabby when the chimney smokes, or the dinner won't cook properly, or the children are unbear able. I thiuk it would help us a lot if we were treated more like equals by our em ployers. I don't mean treated more kindly— we get enough of that in a patron ising sort of way, but, but— oh...

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C.D.C. AUDITORS' STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

C.D.O. Auditors' Statement. Gentlemen : We are pleased to report that your sec retary, Mr. Curtis, has kept the books in order, and we had no trouble in auditing the balanoe-Bheetijlaced 4-sfore us bvKim We are, gentlemen, yours obediently OHAS. JN6rJAMKS/AudltOr8 Barcaldine, April 20, 1892. The committee Central District Council, Barcaldine.

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Q.L.U. LEVY ACCOUNT BALANCE-SHEET JANUARY 1ST TO APRIL 21ST, 1892. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

Q.L.U. LEVY ACCOUNT BAUHCE-SHEET JANTJABY 1ST TO APRIL 21ST, 1892. RECEIPTS. To Balance, January 1st ? £50 C 10 596 levies at 10s. ? 298 0 0 10 Maritime levies at £1 .. .. 10 0 0 Overpaid by Kewley . . .... 100 Overpaid by O'Parrell ? C 2 0 £864 8 10 EXFBNDITORE. By 38ntrftlDUtrlotOoanoli ,. .. «B57 1 0 Transfers to General Aooonnt .. ton Transfers to Union Prisoners Assis * tanoeJ'nnd ? .. 22 0 1 £864 8 10 We certify having examined 4be books and vouchers in reference to this Balanoe. sheet, which we find to be oorrept. CBTFrsH ? Va j ?. — — -3has. Jno. JAws|Audltora Baroaldine, April 26, 1892. _ -

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Q.S.U. BALANCE-SHEET. FROM JAN. 1ST TO APRIL 25TH, 1892. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

^P& BALANCE-SHEET. Fbom Jan. 1st to Aphil 25th, law ^^ , EECEiirs. To— Balanoe Q.N. Bank, Blackall ? _, , £2022 1 n ~BnT»orlpnDns-received — r---^-^ ? ._ _ 410 members at 103. £205 0 t) 18 honorary members at21s. .. .. .. IS 18 0 ? 218 18 0 69 members for 1891 at 10s. eaoh ._ (arrears) .. .. .. „_ « 10 0 Levies received— 108 members at 20s. 106 0 0 6 members at 10s. . . 8 0 0 ? ? 109 0 0 £2394 TTl EHPENDirnaE. J8y-_ Central District ConnciUlevy) .. £1421 15 0 Sustentation C.D.C. . . . . ',- — 225— y$ — Assessment Weekly Wobebb , . 51 0 0 Legal Fees, Mount Morris . . . . 66 11 10 Salaries ? .. 66 18 4 Printing and Advertising . . . . 81 6 1 Postage and Telegrams (head office) 84 2 10 Postage and Telegrams (agents and delegates) ? .. 2 14 B~~ Loan Batcoo Election Committee . . 50 0 0 Auditors Fees Deo. and Jan. and Defence Fund Audits -. . . . 10 10 0 Rent of Office .... .. ,. 1513 0 Exchange ? 6 ^ fi -Stationery ., ? n ? „ ? i*tiL_*_l_ AgeatsXJommiBsion .^ ? ^, ,. su (I Cleri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

OR. RENDLE.'ffl3aSSaS* Opposite the Post Office, DO i CD ft kl r Advioe and Me&Mne, fewST Advioa by Letter and Medioine sent to any sari of the Colony, ML ' ***' Kin I tnrnUUr CuUery, Optical Goods and Burgioal Applianoes (looally jnanajE»otared- Batgioal Instrument and Cutlery Works (H May, late May & Dahl, manayer), jpp Raward* 'itTbfitween Queen and EUzabeth sts^BriBbane RDOK^ & 81ATI0NERY at lo«nt oarreii UUUfXO prioss. Orders by post oarefnllv and promptly attended to. 'WorktagmaaS ParaSiBe,' post free, 8s. 10d7 Altesio RuktoW BoftkeeUer, 65 Leiohharat.str»Bt, Brisbime; ^ HOARDING l^S5?WgS In I Lu H 1 1 1 U . JPortitnde Valley,' goaW — -teBTt-porleot fit. Suits from 60a. * UNION IRTQ 8M0KE Pkoo'1* tob*cc^; UniUniOlO made by feUow-nnioalBte from fiaeflt leaf only. Every stick tagged Dncao' fiPORTJNft REQUI8ITE8atSnwABT'8SportS O r U rVM Vi U Dep«t, 29 Queen**,, Brisbane Boxing Gloves at very low rates. ''««-. HRFSH/il I IF in.^'wensland obtalneaTt 'rSL Ir...

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The Carriers' Stand-out. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

The Carriers' Stanld-out. The carriers still hold out for fair terms at Dalby and Yeulba, and the pas toralista' agent stated in court, in attempt ing to convict a Warwick carrier who refused to blackleg when brought to Dalby under false misrepresentations, that no teams were procurable. Fortunately Ford, the paBtoralists' Rgenti, had flown into a iage~ when~told by the ~union~ caTriers he wouldn't blacklesr and ordered him to ' get out, he didn'b want him.' This won the case for the union, the paBtoralists having to pay costs. The Central Queens laud carriers have voted £100 tj tbeir Darling Downs brethren, of whom 10(J are involved in the strike, and the Oharleville carriers have Bent the first £30 of a 10s. levy. Atj Dalby twentjvthree carriers are in camp and as many more will be in within a fortnight, while it will be fiv« weeKS Deiore an existing engagc-inenis are fulfilled. The Goondiwindi carriers have asked the carriers to meed them in con I ference on May 20. Loading iu ta...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

LABOUR W POLITICS. Lqbd Charles Soott is instructed by the English Government to 'watch the importation of kanakas.' A nice faroe that watch will be. The Hughenden People's Parliamen tary Association Is attending to tbe rolls and popping down the names of good men and true with commendable alacrity. a atssuuvTUis endorsing cue proses; xa the British Government against the impor tation of black labour into any part of Australia has been passed by the Adelaide Trades and Labour Council. With the permission of the Governor And Legislative Council, the N.Z. Govern ment intends putting a Payment of Mem bers bill through the next session of Parlia ment. The Victorian Labour party has elected W. A- Trenwith leader, , F. H. Bromley secretary and decided to support the Government as long as it works up to its prof eBsed programme. ? ^Amongst other matters, the -Victorian Parliament proposes dealing with Village Settlements, establishment of a State Labour Bureau, Mines Amendment, Coun cils o...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL The constitution of the Amalgamated Worker* Union of Queensland, to be sub mitted to a plebiscite of the member* of the amalgamating bosh unions before final adoption, is an effort to bringing the Or ganisaUon of Labour into tine with the democratic spirit of the times and with the peculiar local needs of the western Workers. JWit Hfm-mn it ^nto- ht« rt^-^mU *rf ? -ebaervatiuue m*iu Uw wmkiumnof the oid~ rulea not only of the Q.B.U. and Q.L.TT. but of other unions, and, as a whole, it is well worthy the consideration of all unionist* whether immediately affected by it or not Naturally, the great question which the constitution-drafters at the ? QhfirJ'-g{n-» Atiwnitl Conference had to solve was how to secure workable looal self government without weakening oollective unity. But besides this, $he necessity of initiatinpr plebiscite voting on important points,' of aooorately defining the power and ^ariBdictaon of the various committees, ? of goanafog against possibl...

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