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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

[?] Tm A.&IE, Oobar branch lias been removed to Qopmimble; Secretary W. Percy on deck as before. BfilSBANW Trades Hall^tniBtees noTii natkras must be reoeived from societies by the Trades Hall Board of Management by May SET, A PiU&L at Walbend said he wonld rather believe a prof essional'man than fifty miners. Northumberland miners are going to see about it Bboxsn Sill mining company managers are oonspinnR to slash wages or to barrack — in-the- contract system of working the minee. Dim must go up if men go down. The tpswioh Bight-hour Union is astir over its deficit in connection with the last celebration ; a concert is being arranged to fix things up. The Brisbane Trades Hall Board has accepted an offer of ih& laylor-Gamngton Company to give a dramatic performance in aid of the funds for the completion of the building. W. H. Sohet, M.L.A., has resigned the secretaryship of the N.8.W. Railway and Tramway Association. The annual meeting of she association open...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Q.L.U. BALANCE-SHEET. JANUARY 1ST TO APRIL 21ST, 1892. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

Q-LU. 8AUNCE-SHST. - — ^*mr^3HL«-se-A*Ba-filsSr48»a. ~ -— - BECEIPT8. To— Balanoe January 1st, 1891 account. . £665 16 8 Balanoe January 1st, 1892 aoooont. . 829 16 0 1S59 1892 Subscriptions at 10s, . . 924 10 0 858 1891 Subscriptions at 10s. .. 179 0 0 8 Honorary Subscriptions at £1 Is... 8 8 0 2 Maritime Levies at £1 .. .. 2 0 0 Mr. W. Hawkins in exchange for his oheque wrofigly endorsed by B. Stephens ? .. .., 6 '0 0 [iiBfimd j^.i^tA^ x^iBGSBtl lind Buroal- ° dine .. 4 ? 100 0 0 Sundry receipts not accounted for by J. H. Ormsby .._..-- .. .. 67 11 7 £2176 16 10 BXPEHDtTUEE. By— Maintenance Mrs. E. H. Murphy for Deo., 1891 .. ? 8 18 8 Office Expenses .. ? ^ ? st— -?-.. 6 16 6 Sundry Expenses (petty oash) .. 6 4 0 Central DlBtriot Council .. .. 725 0 0 Wages ? 78 1 0 Commission ? 16 6 6 Printing, Advertising, and Stationery 47 18 6 Bank Exchanges ? Jb 8 9 Loan P.P. A. Blaokall and Baroal dine ? 100 0 0 Chuqun Bouk — m ? n ? n ? —. ? 040 -0- Transfer levy jwcount maritime levies ? 2...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE MARCH OF THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

THE MARCH OF *THi WORKERS. What is this, the sound and rumourf Wnat is this that all men hear, ?#?.♦ ,i ? ^- Like the wind in holtow valleys w^ieii the storm is drawing near, ^f Like the rolling on of ooean in the eventide of fear? ' ' .:-f'\ V-- ..- Tit the people w^ntiit^ pa, wmcoergo tney, and wnence ooxbethey I What are these of whom ye telli s In what oountry are they dwelling t*ist the gates of heaven and nftilt ' Are they mine or thine fornion^y?? Will ^ they serve a master well? -: ' \,J StiU the nunour's marching on. '?''?? .. UBOB.Vffc~r ?'''?? ' '.?-,' : ?'?' Hark the rolling of the thunder ! ^ ' , Lo the sun ! and lo thereunder ? v-'.: Riseth wrath, and hope^Lnd wonder, And thja hort oomea Marching on. ' Forth they comefrom grief and torment: on they wend toward wealth and mirth, All the wide world is their dwelling, every corner of the earth. - ^uy-them|-seMhtbem-fer thy servicei ^^Try ? the bargain what 'tis worhii. For the days are marching on. These are they who buil...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE MILK IN THE COCOANUT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

^«HIIIU(-IN-TIIE-eflO8AHOT^J A Dr. Bamberger says of the Socialistic members in the German Reichstag : Very often tuelr motions bring important and aolia material under discussion, not alewol them are distinguished by their culture in _'iiM/.«i «-vtnhmv nad bv elee&noe of expression. while others whose social position would hardly Justify soon an expectation, as, tor inetanoe, tho former flWp'« oook. Son ware, or the workman in clears, Molkenbuhr, frequently delight the House by a staid, measured, pertinent delivery. , A progressive movement generally passes through three stages. First, it is ignored by respectable society who look upon those who advocate it ae poor foolish dreamers. Then as4he movement) jains ground it in / considered revolutionary and dangerous, its supporters being branded by the Mystagonges as enemies of society, and lastly the movement becomes respectable and those who in the first two stages were its most bitter adversaries now becomes its warmest advo...

Publication Title: Worker
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SMOKE-HO [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

? fiMflyf-HQ ? Mito, the biggest sheep station in Queensland, is reported to have withdrawn from the pastoraliste' association and to be preparing to shear union. The Brisbane Trades Hall Board of j.rum«K»«cKiiuw«Kige ~wun uuaiucs a euo scription of 2s. from D. P. P. Hwmum, per Sec. E. T. Brennan, of Oharleville. Secretary G. Mungovan wires from Croydon that the batterierra stopped for want of water. The mindUkwdisonarging. men and unemployed are numerous on the field ; it is a good place to keep away from for a while. The Hughenden Women's Union have set an example to' the women of other towns which should be followed, their ball having proved not only a most enjoyable success but a goddly~benefit to the Union Prisoners' Assistance Fund. The Queensland Government is deli berately and with malice aforethought adding this raoe problem to the many social difficulties awaiting solution ; and they are not only inflicting it on thnir nwn^cnlnay, -buiron : alt Australia.— Bligh (N.S.W.) W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

ORGANISATION NOTIFICATIONS. Organisation notices -will Hae charged 8d, per line per insertion after May 1. ? CYP44AMPE oI Membership has been ar CAunHiliS t ranged between the following unions, all of which issue annual tickets at the uniform rate of 10s. (excepting the G.F.W.A., which is £1), and whioh together cover all Queensland : Associated Wqr$ebs Unior, Charters Towers, Ama£o4matbd WoEEEBS' Uk.on, Hughendeu, Iiongreach and Charievilie. Federated Laboub Union, Brisbane. Gdif Federated Wobeebs' AssocutioSi Croydon. Exchange is being arranged with southern general labour unions, making one annual ticket carry members lor a year all over the continent, union men everywhere, no vtAWf what they may be working at. Advantages to unsettled workers: annual payment very small financial in established unions everywhere yon go during the whole term of original ticket, receive weekly Wobeer everywhere free a farther charge, become organised in political movement for securing justice to the...

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INDIA BECOMING OVER-POPULATED. So Playford Proposes to Swamp Northern Australia With Coolies. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 21 May 1892

INDIA BECOMING OVER-POPULATED. So Playford Proposes to Swamp Nor- thern Australia With Coolies. The Black Labour men are as agitated as a swarm of bees in an upset hive. For Premier Playford, of South Australia, who is visiting Queensland, has not had the sense to keep his tongue between his teeth, but has given clean away the plot, hereto- fore exposed in the Worker, to wipe the white worker out of the whole of tropical and semi-tropical Australia. The account   of an interview secured by its corres- pondent at Townsville is thus uncon- sciously given by the Brisbane Telegraph of Saturday last : Mr. Playford at first declined to give any information concerning his tour, stat- ing that he felt himself bound first to lay his notes before his colleagues before making them public and that the Adelaide   Press had prior rights as interviewers. Your representative, however, succeeded in opening up a fitful conversation, during the course of which Mr. Playford en...

Publication Title: Worker
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IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 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. Twelve nonpareil lines to the inch.1' - 1 insertion lOd. per line per insertion. ?£ ? «r _-..-5«=i ::--??.. 52 „ 7d. „ - ? „ (Five per pent discount for payment In advance.) The Worker Board of Trustees truaran tees a weekly circulation of not less than 16,000 copies. No puffs will be given by the Worker to any advertiser w&atever. Advertising space only for sale. Small advertisements preferred. The JEoBKBirdoeslioTdesire lencrthy advertise jnenta, but will seek to arrange its space and types so as to give good show to each, oven if only three Hues. Reading matter on every page. The WonKEB advertising rates are strictly 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. ThoJiVoRKEB ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

DR. RENDLE. 8DSoV,Srv' Opposite tbe Post Offioe, D D IO D A it r -, — Qm»f« _sreEBT, ? IHUoJJANt-.- Advioe and Me,aioine, Gs. cask Advice by Letter und Medicine Bent to any part Pbtvate Hospital eok Bebibext Patiektu vi ft i tnrnuyr cu«ery: opa-on oSS and Borgioal Appliances (locally mannfantnrlffr Surgioal Instrument and Cutlery' Works (R. May, late May & Dahl, umnaser), 160 Edward St., between Qaaeu cndJEiJEabeth sts.. Briahan' ROOKR * S1ASHONERV at lowestHoiSiEi DUUNO pnoee. Orders by post carefully ana promptly attended to. 'Workingmatrt ParadiBe,' post free, 2a. 10a, Alfbkd Fletcbeu Bookseller, 6B Leichhardt-streot, Brisbane TAILORING. 'kSmfifrgS' tee a perfect fit. Suits from 6Qg. UNIONISTS 8M0K,E P1*8™'8 ^5555; yniUmOlO made by fellow-unionists from flneat leaf only. Every stick tagged Pit''' Boating Gloves at very low rates. RFST VAU1F J' Q«eensiiSd~obtaI5idTt UtO I ¥ HLU L Penukgtok & Co 's Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Queen-street. Brisbane MAX D. KING !,&a...

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WEEKLY ISSUE OF "WORKER." Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

--~IBIHHBBHF-H-tt^- ; SnhxalDtUm BatM. Snteoc firaabMBSBs, par y««, port tow- 6*. Tetmf to antons, groupi ana newagw* on . ?;* ? Remittance*. n«nlthmnoi to the Wobkke sbonlA be nude wtmra wrtriMp in obeqae. post offloe order or SS! SoteTpayabletoFrk^Bariies, Stomps oSnSSOTwTWwnt where otter form of nattttonee to In any wayinamwsrient. : Subscriber* __ _ ?-? teMlTing their Wobkrb with a bine mark *™™'»?*Bi r™*. _ '_*_ir _ll» ?.?.Joaotanjl that the t«m of tbelrTubsoription baa Om Month to run, after which date the paper wlU be dis continued unless the sabwjriptton VS8*?*.. AtMWb Bdbsoeu?xwk6 only reoeivefl at the WossftB Office ; those requiring the paper for shorter porioda must arrange with the nearest newsagent Newsagents and But Bojw in Brisbane and suburbs oan get extra oopfes of . the Woman on Fridays and Saturdays at the Trades Sail, Torbot-street. Friends of the Labour Movement should— Subscribe Themselves; o*t thkib newsagents to beix; . ? &£F THKiii 4&HOKS -*...

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The Chances of the Children. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

Tie Chanoes of the Children. melbouene Liberator 8 ATS : Millionaire Astor has been called to 'Abraham's bosom.' A few months ago the papers announced the birth of a son to the Astors, and now Astor has died and left £12.000.000 to his only son. 'We trust that the child may live long and be happy,' says Edward Bellamy in the JVew Nation, ' but we are constrained to remark. that an nwW pf Hyifity OftHWOt bflTffiM^ rational in which a' child absolutely with out service or desert of any kind, merely by taking the trouble to be born, can in herit such power over his fellow beings as is represented by the ownership of twelve million pounds.' Last Sunday week two children were started on the journey ^-f life simultaneously, but on very unequal conditions. One, the child of the Hope touns — imported paupers — will receive the best possible care and attention ; the best education procurable, and what intellectual powers it possesses will be developed to the fullest extent. Its life will be ...

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LABOUR OVER SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

LABOUR OVEft SEAS. Thi Staleybridge cotton spinners have been starved into submission to 'freedom of oontract ' after a six weeks' stand-out A cable has it that the American Stone cutters executive has decided on a strjke and that 100,000 men will drop tools ; probably for the Eight Hours. ? A motion to bury or cremate plural voting in England tuts been reUgiQUBly voted down by a majority of Her Majesty's faithful Commons. Salisbury says he id confident that arbitration will ultimately do away with strikes. But if he supposes that is the end of the question, he is a duller noble lord than even Disraelitook him to be, Eeab-Admieal Erskine, who com manded the Australian naval station for nine years, has written a letter to the Timet injwhioh he declares that ' a renewal of the abuses of the Pacific kfoour traffic is certain to berepeaTea.'*''' ; '' ~ Women are being slowly organised in England, 58,000 being now unionised. Among these am the barmaids, of whom alone there are 80,000 in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

'WOfcRKE'* SUBSCRIPTION t , 6s. Yearly, I PAYABLE IN ADVANOE. * Only Annual Subscriptions taken i at Wobexb Office. J?or shorter I periods apply to nearest news- 1 agent. ? 1 SPECIAL BATES AHBANGED FOB MEMBEES OF UNIONS v % ? APPLYING N THBOUGH THEIH SECBETABY. :; ? *-,.-???.; ? ,-l ? ?.- — ? :.'~^-J-'~ *-? - '- WSQEBS WIMWIi nrrEBFBBHWE WTTHTHB DSMWBBT OP THE ' WOBKBB' j; ISflUSPEOTED ran business manages should B8 1 NOTIFIED ? 80 CBAT PAPEBS CAKJUE SKKT 'T ** BEGD3TEBED PACKAGE. WIBKOBWBITE.

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LUCINDA SHARPE ON SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

LUCINOA SHARPE ON SUICIDE I tecolleot when I was quite a alia of a gtrj-gpiog to a^debating^laaa^ where fee ? subject one night was, to use the old de bating olass style: 'Suicide, is ib ever ex cuBable or justifiable?' Naturally, beiwf young and foolish, with about as n^ndi aidness in u« as kittens and about m nwh sense in ute whole lot of us aa would eame ah^ftltliy OTMtt *n nianr , ^ B jflTn tijtl, Vtf ? got«p saooesavely on our heels and unani ^aooBiy deotd«d that it wssnt «aj^^al^{ie man, woman or child who woold die ? single minute sooner than absolately oom peued to was a ahameless sinner and mot* li^itfally ^ntSHed tol^ burBdat four oroes foads with a stake through 'em, |f writ a couple. And then, aboutfour months after, one of the gith who'd been aaosfr ? ur evidenoe on that special debate and who used to laugh from the time she gob up in the morning until the same tune next morning, 'cause, fyou see, she evenlauKhed inheri&ep, want ; to work and-drowwd herself. But...

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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 26TH, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

GENPL NEWS SUMMARY. r it — (FOR (THk WEEK ENDISO MAY 26rHj 1892.) A central relief fund has been opened by the njayor of Melbourne to keep the un — employed— from— starvation— it —anyone Tlussiatj 8teamer lost in Caspian ISea ; 250 John Dillon and Tim Healey have quarrelled over the amalgamation of the Freeman's Journal ? and the National Presa. Antarctic exploration expedition, which was within an ace of absorbing £1000 ? Qiieenwland monny, ? English general elections fixed for June 14. Ten Bailors of British ship British Oommo- ' dore gaoled for eight weeks at Sydney for refusing to obey orders on board. Men said sae was unseaworthy ; hence the refusal. Captain and crew- of Elizabeth, barque, wrecked north-west of Rockhampton, picked up by e.e. Victoria after 15 days, m open boat. Sydney Labour Bureau registered 3950 un employed in three months. Hurricane in the Mauritius, 900 people killed, 1000 injured; 24 churches and chapels wrecked; half the crops on the island destroyed. Ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

^ORGANISATION NOTIFICATIONS. 'WORKER' STATEMENT AND BAIAHQB ? ; ? ; ? -8gttlBT.~r ? ; ? Of Cash Received »d Expended Irem Feb. 7th, 1891, to Maren 38th, 1899. KEcxrvsi). O*ah ta hand as por lart balance Sheet ... ..???? .; .. J&100 4 8 Oo-openting Ooiou (tnomaing amonnts reoolTod on «bebuBt of Special Imow cf various JdndB-JabOMfeBllettne, &o.) .. 868 1 9 Non-co-qDeratlngPnipnBana Town andOoontryagente .. ,. 68 4 5 8ubBoriptionB»ndBomary Bales -.-. Mifi 10 ?E. W. Orawiorf'g feei tor attend* - : ?awe on Saop» anfl Faotortes ,. - Commission ? ., .... . . SiafliO Wobkee Book Fond Aooounl .. ? S$j$i)Ui £116718 4 /?Mr, Crawford wm allowedi and was palfl wages, tor the time neonuwnr for hl« yMAn*^*f**- ? onuiiBUommission, '^r-^— ???:? - BXPIHDBD. Wages .. .. .. .. .. £601 8 8 Paper ? 80JL 6 6 Machining ? .. 10110 9 Petty Cash, Stamps, &e. .. .. «86 Rent .. .. ? 88 16 6 Dietdbiiting flpeelaJ Issaw and ? — ? Sundries .. ., .. .. 19 IS 0 njaBb^ng .. .. .. .,. 518 0 Of...

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A THINKER OF GREAT THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

A THIMKER OF CREAT THOUCHTS. To mo«li teaders of the ' Wobkbb' th# name of John Ruakin will be well known, tortifcia^torilrtfnl iTao^iiw* «sm be «a*d for «ven tbe tittes of hw books. For it w a sorrowful foot that the workers pay dttle haw! to fcha wordfl of their best teachers. Hufltinga politidaw^ pewBpaper leader ?mtonvfauBn or&tors. and various other shallow talkers and earibblen, receive marked attention from the multitude, but — the thinkww of ^great thoughts -ad the apeakereof wiBe words have few hearers. People who will wade through Cbutier leading articles in the morning and plod through columns of Sir Sammy and Sir Taniuay in the evening will tell you— with the moat exasperating evidence of meaning it, too— that Karl Marx and Lassalle, Oariyle and Buskin, Gronlund, Henry George, and even Bellamy, are dry ) But, heaven be praised, the education of the masaes nrooeeds apaoe, and they who have ears to hear are beginning at hut to put them to some good use. Among the n...

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Two Unfortunate Women. VINDICATOR WRITES: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

Two Unfortunate Women, VINDICATOR WHITES : I was pleased to read your remarks, Mr. Worker,- m-yorn^ssue of Hay~7th7 on 'child bearing in prison' and 'pardon wanted for a Queensland woman convict,' and would have written these lines for ynnr la.«fc ibrtib, if T cnn\A hnw» Hwi^oH sooner that that is about all I can do as a first step in the matter. If I had the T\rki-kii?ai*ii---V7 T swtitisl at: nnn tiivno Vutafit. nf T might have taken a step of quite another character. I would have set on foot a petition, having for its object the release of the female prisoner Downes, but I would also have included another female prisoner —Euphemia Johnston. — These women are is the same category. They were both together with their husbands tried and convicted of arson, and sentenced to the very severe sentence (se\ere for a woman) of seven yea% imprisonment. The male prisoners were sent to St. Helena and the -females to Toowoomba. Since^then^fere' have occurred two births and two deaths. Children...

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CONDITIONS OF RELEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

OOHDmOMS Of RaCASL Tne union Prtmwaium Apparently Wont Be BelMtsea mdbMW They Crawl, Some time, ago separate petitions were .presented to the iioveroment on behalf of Messrs. Irwin and Jetfrevs, most out rageously sentenced to tevm ytart im prisonment by the well-known 'Judge Cooper, at Townsville, for 'having unlaw fully and maliciously set fire to a crop of grass ' on Lammermoor station during the push strike, the grass being soaking wet at the time as was admitted by the witnesses for the prosecution. At the very worst the offence w»b unquestionably no more serious than making a fire of a broken gate, an offence punishable with about six months imprisonment. It-was at their trial, by the way, that Cooper proved bis judicial impartiality by declaring that it was a disgrace to a man to be a unionist. The petition in favour of Jeffreys was signed by a very large number ot Darling DownB rneidentB of nil claBB8B,4noluding squatters ; that for Irwin by people in New South Wales, of whi...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 28 May 1892

LABOUR Hi POLITICS. Gladstone is .now asking for the de whioh showa the utter helplessness of oom THeroial statesmen the momenttkey touoh the fringe of social problems. The Sydney seamen have gone over Wneiminff tor thft KalUl^t ITarimytiAn scheme— only 28 against— have voted £10 to help dear the N.S.W. Trades and Labour Council indebtedness and order SO Wobkebs for distribution on the vessels. As Italian committee of three has been appointed in Sydney to arrange for the swamping of Australia with twoshillinga day Italian labour. By the time the various swampings are completed the original type of Australian workman 'will have oined the N.Z. moa. Parkes, growing qnite fearful of political federation, says with more truth than usual : QaeeoEland, by latroduoing those wtotehod blaokfellows, will cause great difficulty. Tba very bouI and principle of federation consists in equality. How can there be equality where there is an inferior race ? The Melbourne Trades Hall is entering on a p...

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