The Melbourne Riots and How Harry Holdfast and His Friends Emancipated the Workers. A Realistic Novel

TitleThe Melbourne Riots and How Harry Holdfast and His Friends Emancipated the Workers. A Realistic Novel
Year for Search1892
AuthorsAndrade, David (1859-1928)
Date Published1892
PublisherAndrade & Co.
Place PublishedMelbourne, VIC, Australia
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

A cooperative agricultural scheme, labor notes, and the gradual successful establishment of a cooperative village. The book includes commentary on utopian literature and communal experiments and includes ads for the author’s bookstore, circulating library, and vegetarian restaurant, all at the same address in Melbourne. See also the author’s Money: A Study of the Currency Question, Especially in its Relations to the Principles of Equity, Utility, and Liberty. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Co-operative Publishing Co., 1887, which begins with the statement “Money has a twofold function: exchange and robbery (1) and ends with a plea for labour notes or some other means of exchange that will help workers (9).

Holding Institutions

A, ATL, L, M

Author Note

Australian author (1859-1928).

Full Text

1892 Andrade, David A[ndrew] (1859-1928). The Melbourne Riots and How Harry Holdfast and His Friends Emancipated the Workers. A Realistic Novel. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Andrade & Co. A, ATL, L, M

A cooperative agricultural scheme, labor notes, and the gradual successful establishment of a cooperative village. The book includes commentary on utopian literature and communal experiments and includes ads for the author’s bookstore, circulating library, and vegetarian restaurant, all at the same address in Melbourne. See also the author’s Money: A Study of the Currency Question, Especially in its Relations to the Principles of Equity, Utility, and Liberty. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Co-operative Publishing Co., 1887, which begins with the statement “Money has a twofold function: exchange and robbery (1) and ends with a plea for labour notes or some other means of exchange that will help workers (9).