The People's Parliamentary Platform, 1890
2. State registration of all citizens as electors.
3. Provision for full and complete enfranchisement of the floating population.
4. All parliamentary election on one day, and that day a close holiday, and all public-houses closed.
5. Equal electoral districts on adult population basis. 6. Annual parliaments.
6. Abolition of veto.
1. Universal White Adult Suffrage for all parliamentary and local elections; no plural voting; no nominee or property qualification chamber.
Appendix to Murphy and Hughes (eds.), Prelude to Power, pp267-91. Reprinted in Reprinted in David Lovell, Marxism and Australian Socialism before the Bolshevik Revolution, p270