Clyde followed his father into the shearing industry--and the Australian Workers Union (AWU)--starting as a rouseabout
at the Ashmore Station, near Kingston on South Australia's southeast coast where his paternal grandparents had settled after migrating from Scotland in the mid-nineteenth century.
evening Boake with his mates Boydie and Ted the rouseabout
, and a girl
At the time of Rebecca McKee's death in November 1892, Wright was working as a rouseabout
and rabbiter at Puketoi and contributing stories and verses to the Weekly Press and Otago Witness.
British-brewed Churchill Beers are making their debut in the United States through international import company, Rouseabout International Inc.
With Churchill Beer, Rouseabout will be providing the customer with a top-quality natural beer, stylishly packaged--added values that the discerning American consumer will readily appreciate," said Graham Orr, president, Rouseabout International.
Rouseabout plans to position Churchill as the most stylish, dynamic and natural import beer with an image that reinforces the quality of the product.
Four years later, in the midst of the Queensland bush workers' strike, another Labor Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) claimed casual rouseabouts
earned an annual income of 'not over' 15 pounds to cover their living expenses (Brisbane Courier 1 September 1894: 6).
From here, Charlie, one of the rouseabouts
, and Mary the domestic helper were seen holding hands on the stool beside the wall.
industrial struggles with the shearers and rouseabouts
, and this
It seemed more open to students and less didst: Elsie Farrelly [Locke], who was 'one of the general rouseabouts
for Phoenix' but had kept her 'literary aspirations and abilities .