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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

WQJWNGMAN'S JSTShJfSK ler. Now ready. Profits go to Union Prisoners. Price, 38. 6d. ; post free 2s. lOd. from Woekee. agents. Trade supplied by Edwards, Dnnlop Xo.rBriBbane. Ml I QC I KIP FRIENDS, of whom information IVI 1001 lltl is earnestly desired, ad verdsed for once free of charge; more insertions, Is. each. Anybody knowing anything of those advertised for should write. Abbreviations : l.b.o., ' last heard of ;' ad., ' address information to.' Ed&tonp Kelly, chairman Narine sbed in 1891, is requested to oommunioate with W. Kewley, secretary Q.8. Union. Thomas M'Ktnstey, native of oounty Down, Ireland ; arrived by s.s. Quetta first trip ; worked on Morinish diggings about eight years ago ; supposed to have gone to western districts ; probably started as barber in Barcaldino or Aramac ; ad. David Toal, core of Frank Christoe, sharebroker, Croydon, N.Q. Abchibald M'Mains, native Co. Derry, Ireland ; l.h.o. on station near Toowoomba; ad. Maggie M'Maina, Bundaberg P.O. Uobc...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR IN PULITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

LABOUR I PODIKS: Bcndabsbg polling : Wednesday, 2nd June. G. J. Hail ifl the Labour candidate. Antx-Bl&qel Labour meetings are being held in the Southern colonies. M.L.A. Rtan will speak at Gympie on his way back from Bundaberg ; muni cipal politics are hot on the field. ~ - - - M'Ilwratth is trying to snuff out Curtis at Bundaberg, where the local Patriotic Leaguers went against him by 100to5L Labour candidate Hall is being ex ceedingly well received in the Bundaberg electorate ; meetings unanimous and en thusiastic. T i MX. A. Hoolan arrived in Brisbane from Croydon this week and promptly went off to Bundaberg to fight for White Labour in the Black Labour stronghold. The candidates nominated for Bunda berg are : G. J. Hall (White Labour) ; and M. Duffy, W. E. Curtis, W. Sheldon and G. Skyring (all Black Labour). ? L&boob M^L^Ar-Johnstoni -Bpeaking- in Balmain last week, explained the danger toat menaces trie boutn by the influx or coloured labour into North Austral...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

ORGANISATION NOTIFICATIONS. Organisation notices will be charged 8d. per line per insertion after May 1. C V P LI A M p C of Membership has been ar CAUllnnUL ranged between the following unions, all of which issue annual tickets at the uniform rate of 10s. (exoepting the G.F.W.A.. which is £1), and which together cover all Queensland : -^tMfMraTCPW«BCTTOi3»*OT»rOhaitew3foweM.'-- — ftjpo-o*MATBD WoRKsatf ^Jyafltj^gtighcnaeaj- — Longreaoh and CharlevilJe. Fedsbated Labour Union, Brisbane. Gulf Federated Wobkebs' Association, Croydon. Exchange is being arranged with southern general labour unions, making one annual ticket oftRF members for a year all over tbe continent, union men everywhere, no matter what they may be working at. Advantages to unsettled workers: annual payment very small nnnp'1** '' ?'M!f(1-tiftlH-HinfnTin cirtajwlurci yoi — go during tho wholo torm of original tiohot, — receive weekly Worker everywhere free of farther oharge, become organised in politiMl movement for ...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 2ND. 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY. (FOB THE WXKK ENDING JUNE 2ND. 1892.) Judgment in the Palmer-Grimtoy.M'Tl. wraith mortgage case definitely fixed till July 11. Mining accidents at Charters Towers and Oroydon. Millionaire Hir3ch down with influenza and inflammation of the lungs. t« Diiniwn, c«La\- xuvnuuiuun &»lixsdl3 DvlllUJ^ over ~Bh1 way frpiightw ? Fire in Service and Co.'s warehouses, Mel bourne ; estimated £50,000 went up in flame and smoke. in the event of Home Rule. Slavm and Jackson, pugilists, plugged each other in London till Slavin couldn't stand. All to the delight of aristocratic sports who found money for the brutal encounter. English copper rings decided to reduce the output 5 per cent. New Zealand government propose raising — MM.L.A. salaries-and-pafehaaing native lands. -British HoaBfl of Commons decided on a three months residence franchise by a 200 majority. Cingalese leper discovered in Brisbane ; de clare3 to have got It bad by hospital bacteriologist. Assistant Go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

_ _ Xdltor** Letter Box. ?1. Lyra, N.S.W. : Glad to hear from 3™» ?§'«»? *\ Mobbis, Glonagh: That'a weu done. Dennis fiZNBHANTpeelined ? if you are not satisfied bring the matter up jn your sooiety. Maggie M'Maots, Bun babew: Inserted. Sooiaubt, O.Q.R. : Hardly suitable. Oannot afford «nuuin WOBKKHto defend ' Workingman'sPara-, dise against friendly or unfriendly criti cisms, unless eome specially interesting point is raised. This k the old. old point of difference between the Socialist-not necessarily the State Socialist alone, but all those who believe in collectivity— and tfeojg jeho-xkffer-irom Jum.— Is couipatition' r^ht or wrong ? ?? Workingman's Para dise teaches that it is wrong and preaches common ownership as the better way, no P1?™' what form the common ownership T^L— P118 '? what » reMV criticised. the same tune, thanks. Ann Hathawa*. Toowoomba : Can't open a correspondence on the matter. Everybody knows that there are an immense variety of priests and ^hat order yoursel...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIONIST TO THE CORE. The Union Prisoners Will Walk Oat Not Crawl Out. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

UMITJNISWO^HI ^ GORE. — ?? — *^, ? The Union Prisoners Will Walk Oat Not Crawl Out. — For some months efforts have been made by various non-unionists and anti-unionists to get the Union Prisoners at St. Helena to petition for pardon. They have per sistently refused. The replies of the Government to the petition presented on behalf of Irwin and Jeffreys, atrociously sentenced to seven years' imprisonment for burning wet grass by the notorious Judge Cooper,7mdicated-tb&t ^wtairTvaB— really wanrea was a crawl and that this would be insisted on. Accordingly M.L.A. Ryan took occasion, when visiting the Union Prisoners on Thursday week, to in quire again how they looked at things. Though now closely confined for over a year they resolutely said they would serve' their\_tlme rather than ask -anybody for meroy or profess penitence for their resis tanoe to 'freedom of contract.*! ? The_ reply of .the Government to the petition of the Australian unions is not yet received, but the rep...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIALISTS ON ANARCHY. How Terrorism to Regarded By Representative Sociallst Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 4 June 1892

SOCIALISTS ON ANARCHY. How Terrorism is Regarded By Re- presntative Socialist Papers The following criticisms on the Anar chism and its methods, occasioned by the Ravachol affair, will be interesting as show ing how some Socialists look at it. Justice is the organ of the British Social Demo cratic Federation and the article quoted from it is probably written by Hyndman. London " Justice" Says :   What do we Anarchists really mean? We should very much like to know. For many years by far their ablest organ, edited first by Kropotkin, and now by Elisee Reclus, advocated vigorously " the propaganda of deed." Of late the former —for whom be it said we entertain the deepest respect — has abandoned this opinion ; but Reclus, in the matter of the explosionist Duval, committed himself wholly to the terrorist view. Wherever we have met Anarchists, and we have met a good many, in public and in private, they have openly proclaimed that all means are fair against our present in- fam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

Extractions under Nitrous ntalTIOTO Oxide, 6s. j__ UtNllblO. j Artificial Teeth, complete sets from £fi 6s. j Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. j WATFRDRnnFTflU8BE8,Artifioia! Limbs J VVHILnrnUUr Outlery, Optical Goods 1 and Surgical Applianoes (locally manufactured). i Surgical Instrument n-nfl Ont.Wy Works (EL I May, late May & Dahl, manager), 160 Edward- i st., between Queen and Elizabeth sts., Brisbane. ' RODk'Q & STATIONERY at lowest current ' DUUlxO pnoeB. Orders by post carefully and promptly attended to. ' Workingman's Paradise,' post free, 2s. lOd. Au-asn Fuitchbb, Bookseller, 66 Leiohhardt-street, Brisbane. TAII flRlMfi F- KWWA80H 4 CO., Ann-st., I A I LU ft m U . Fortitude V&Uey, guaran' tee a perfect fit. Suits from 60s. ? I I M |f|M I ^TQ 8M0KE P'''* TOBACCO^ U PM U ll 1 0 I 0 made by fellow-unionists from finest leaf only. Every Btiok tagged Dixsok. 'Qpnin1i^it€0JJBlHSatS5aaEABriBports__ 0 r U ft I I Vi U Depot, 29 Queen^CBSw^e; ? Boxing Glov...

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The Money Lender to the Unemployed: [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

The Money Lender to the Unemployed; ' You vas doo independent, mem friendt f Peggart moosht not pee schoosers, mein friendt t You vant doo rooin de poor panktr vot lofs you tho mooch ! Undt sho you viU dake mein vages vot I offers you or you vitt sobtahve Wee tin dog, mein freindtl For ze whole coontray belong do me, mein friendt/ You haves nodings, nodings, nodings, mein friendt I Undt I haf all, all, all /-{See ' Hansard.' —-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

lap* issue of 'wowir Bulwerlnttoii Sate*. flmMa flmBacawwaB, per yew. pout &?'-?? ?'? Term* to onions, groups via newsagents on ***** ^nu^toMwea Bemlttanoes to the Woxeeb should be made »mtt/sW\n to cheque, pcntoffloe order or note, payable toC^wtBameB. Stompr can, however, be Beat where other lonu « noshing *beir Woekse with a blae mark ihatttm iFttS&iub8oript.on has Okb Moots to mn, attar which date the paper will be=dis conttaued unless toe subscription ia renewed. - Awmiui. RimumnpaioKH only reqeivefl at tne WoBMEOffloeTthOBe requiring the paper for Shorter periods must arrange with {the nearest newsagent. , j Newsagents and Bun ^oy» in Brisbane and suburbs can get exfra oopiesof the Womqw oa Fridays and Batuodays at the Trades Hall, Turbot-street. j Friends of the Labour Movement should— Bobboubb Themselves; ? aWTOTm-NEWfflUJEHTB 'TO-BHUbi ? Qn their Unions to Co-operate. Controlled by the oo-operating unions. Editor 'elected. Advocates Cause of Labour. Receives...

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THE WORLD OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

T^E pra^P DF LABIUIR. Las? week Bookhampton Government labour Jnjreau had 100-appla»ntB tot em ployment and sent 6S empty away. Adobxamp typos object to Government Snntlng being sent pat of the colony and tie Government is considering the matter Glass bottle workers at Spottjawoode, Via, are asked to submit to a 006120 per cent cut. Co-operation is being talked of. The half-yearly G.L.T7. meeting, at Bourke (N.S.W.) resolved emphatically against the cheap, black and reliable. The N.Z. Inspector of Mines wants more power to secure miners against pre ventible accidents ; and stands a show of getting it. Zeehan miners, Tas., have balloted on the proposed 10 percent cut and resolved by an overwhelming majority to stand out against it. ? THBJaz^gga^fftm7?tgr-i;hink6 tharthi' TasldraKsls' Union is uTQueen-sfcreet and tried to raise £20,000 by that £1 deposit trick in order to wade out. The Wallsend and Greta miners are still very much off unionistically over the levies dispute. Now is not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

». Worker AdwtUta* Bptea. 1 inBertxoo WcL per line per insertion. 1 IS „: 9S. „ ? . m 26 „ #L (Fire per cent atoooiintlorW'°°°ttn advMI0e')

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

' WOBKBR' S0B80EIPTI0N : M. Yearly, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Only Annual Subscriptions taken »jt -WOBKSB Office. Forshorter periods apply to neatest news agent. SPECIAL BATES ABBANGED FOB MEMBEB8 OF UNIONS APPLYING THBOUOH THKIE SEOBETABY. ?i. ' ;. ; ??'? ? .'' ? WBSBB WttTOt IimCBFEPBNOE WITH ~— K ' ? ?__ ? DHJVBBY OF rant ' WOBBXB' _H_ BUBINKS8 VANAOIB SHOULD BE NOTIFIED SOTHATPAPJCBSOANBEdEKI' .- ..as .-.-? ? - . . WtBEOBWStTE.

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HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. Parliament started up again on Toesday last amid the murmurs of a greatt crowd of unemployed, through whoaa miriat nywn. ? sere passed to resume their plaoes 'and continue their masterly policy. ? # # » ? MuflgraveO'Oonneiland Bulimba Diok son having been «wora in, and the Bunda Kanr mnuiM h&vinar twtan ummMil Ryan opened prooeedings by bringing up* the unemployed question, m h» had lost promised the hungry men waiting outnde. He stated briefly the tremendooa dLBtreta existing and atnid interruption* claimed that it was the duty of the .government to . do Bomething^roffier. _. ......_? - ? » jtL ? Jt ? ; ? :;- M'llwrwth said that wages won too ~ , high, that if men would take what fcey could get they oould get work; also Hart the amid aquatterwat afraid to offer Imi than the 8°&R wigs. All thi* IAore1|Bad endorsed, further explaining Wat beW /.? . call a fair wage ** what men oaqM Mtih ' the open market. ' I4ks HUmMfe/ :lh» oppoBed 'relief wor...

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BUNDABERG ELECTION. LABOUR VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

BUNDABERC ELECTION. LABOUR VICTORY. ' HALL (Labour) ~ T. .. .. 460 T7 DOTTY .. .. .: ? S88 CURTIS ? .' 160 SE1TBINO ? .. ? ... '. ? ~- ? „ ? «-— li ? '-

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THE HAPPY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

THE HAPPY LAND. Where Is the landlord's happy land? The country wrenched from Baxon hand, Or 8ooUa wild, or treland'green, ; Or little Wales, of lands the queen. No, landlord, np! Your happy laud's not bounded so. Where is the landlord's happy land ? .- Wherever greed oan dose the hand. Wherever, power ban orusb the weak, Or fraud oan sheath its bloody beak In human heart. There take your stanck, There, landlord, is your happy land. Where is the parson's happy land ? Where workers toaroe dare upright stand t Where they throw insult in the faoe, And preaoh of ♦? Thrift' with impious grace ; — Where panting rapine's wolfish-game — ? ; ? Is played in the Almighty's name. There, parson, is your happy land. Where Ib the parson's happy land ? Where grasping bishop's surplioed stand, With shovfil bats end unotibus face, Preaching ' Content' as saving grace. Where wages slaves with bowed-down head ? Await the haughty parson's tread. There, parson, is your happy land. Where is the sweater's ...

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THE PEOPLE'S ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

THE PBOPtiB'8 ANTHEM. When wilt Thon save the people— Oh« Qod of Merey, when 9 Not Idhga and lords, bat nations ; Notlhroneianderom«,batnienl EeO1toe1nno»^ ^^w^f1 ** **' ; ? Ood^aveiiie People I -.-? - r ? BhaU crime bring orime forever, Bt«ngth aiding rtUl the rtwngy . ititThywill.pb&atner,- .-; That man shall toil for wroiig? 'Npl' sayThr mountaihs,*'Hot' Thyikiei t 11 Man's olonded tun shall brightly rise, ' ? And songs be heard instead of sighs.' God save fhe People 1 . When wilt Thou BavethePeople, — ?, v Oh, Qod of Mercy, when? . The People, Lord t the People I Not thrones ant orowns. but men. ? ^_ U*d »Ve the jyeople! Thine, they are,'' Thy childnui as Thy angels fair ; ' Bave themlpom bondage and despair. God s»^i the People J Bbkhszie Elliott.

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LABOUR SONGS. BACKBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

LAB&Clt SOM^S. ? , .Tn. — ^ w '. ? BACKBONE. ' When too' see a fellow mortal Wunout uxoa in mkbbii wwii Bowing low to wealth or tavourr - '' ?'?- With abject, uncovered heafl, ? Witling, to he drove or led s Walk MMu-aalf with inut hearinar: 23mm ypux moral stotOdenbaoki - ? Show your ipmelna nerve andtafarrow, Just l&^hiniawhioh hii muil lack, Astrongerwora Was never heard In sense and tone Than this— backbone. '* ^ * - ' ' t Whon you see & theologian Honing clove some ugly creed, Fearing to reieotor question Donnas whioh lilt priest may read ; WoT|flln|T frm*fr n]] n*?hlf) fftftifnfo Choking dowQeaoh manly view, Oaring more lor forma and symbols Than to know ttie good and true, ? 'v Walk yourself with flrtner bearing, ? ?' ThroWyourmoralBhonlderabaok, Show your spine has nerve and marrow, ? ; ? Just Matting whioh his must lack. '. T A stronger word Was sever heard In tense and tone * Than this— SiCKfloKB. When you see a politician Crawling through contracte...

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THE BATTLE HYMN OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

THE BATTUB BtMUT OP LABOUR,. Prom the «erded nnks of labour springs ? leader, twre^ndthwa, -»ow-a»i«it mm- fonle *o aoMonj they have watou'dftomflMoatr. - ?v,- - Varaleiv^Andlesitarmoil, thro' the voioei of tiu wHcld, Iio,«te4diillasgeof IhetoUen like a (Binder OOUUBUtlM. ? :' . 'yfe^ftatiMiginajjhy golden eagles, O ttoa ? ?'_ jwhi ^tc^^gatji^ol jjeipleu oabei, of nwHtMB — Yet J^^toenow^O ipciler i dealing in Thou dottfjajjr wife men,— not punpets,*-^«H wittahiusan heads and bearte.' Hati.TBoMHflnatoMs.inihe^retta

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THE FATHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 11 June 1892

THE FATHERLAND. Where is the true mani fatherland? Is It where lie by ohano* is born? Doth not the yBamingfpiritsoorn ? uiBaongoantboiaerstobeBpanned? O -«Bl hlu fathMiand mait~SS ', ? As the blue heaven wide and tree t \ Is it alona where freedom is, r Where Qtod is flwl aaftoan It man f DottthenotoJalmaJtooaderepMi Porthesoul*.lo»eofl»OB»BttMUithto? O yes t fab fathBdand nuut be Aa As nine heaven wide *nd free? Wher'er a human heart doth wear Then is the *«^' ri^wiV ^MrlbpliMV grand, Whwgt^a«^ift ^fcmii Antft ptn^ ? Therefstlritoie manVblrS^aoe gnsd, His it a world-wide lathedand I IJOWBE&.

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