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GENERAL EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

GENERAL EXECUTIVE. The General Executive met at Marx Hall on Saturday December 22, 1900. Present : Comrades D. Aldous (in the chair), Clark, Thomson, Neill, Proud, Morrish, Drake, and Acting Genera' Secretary Moroney. Financial secretary presented his statement which waB received. The Managing 'Editor's statement for the week in connection with Thb Pkopie was received. Peso vied that the Executive on December 31 fix a date as early as possible for a ballot in connection with selection of candidates for the Senatorial Elections. The New York ' Law Journal,' the official paper of the. courts, cays : ' Of course, it is possible for a lawyer to make a speciality of divorce cases and abstain from dis honorab'e practices. Tin bench and bar and more intelligent law yers are, however, well aware that divorce lawyers as a class are dis reputable shysters, and that all suits in which ihey appear are sub ject to legitimate suspicion.' Tbe 8tate of New Booth Wales teems with lawyers subject to ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sign of Hunger. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

The Sign of Hunger. I have a vague remembrance Of a story that iB told In some ancient Spanish legend Or chronicle of old. It was when brave King Sanchcz Was before Lamora slain, And his great beseiging army , uny encamped upon ine piain, Don Diego de ( rdendez Sallied forth in front of all And Bhonted loud his challenge To the warders on the wall. A 11 the people of Zamora, Both tbe born and the unborn 1 b traitors did he challenge Witb burning words of scorn. There is a greater army 1 hat besets ns round with strife, A starving, numberless arniy At all the gates of life. The poverty-Btrioken millions Who challange our . wine and bread, And impeach us all as traitors, - Both the living and the dead. And whenever T sit at the banquet, Where the feast and the song are high Amid the mirth and music, 1 can hear that fatal cry. And hollow and haggard faces Look into the lighted hall, And wastered hands are extended To catch the crumbs that fall. And within there is light and plenty, And...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BIOGRAPH. SOME "LABOR" IDENTITIES 1.—William Morris Hughes. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

THE BIOGRAPH. SOME 'LABOR ' IDENTITIES (BY THE CBANK, JtJN.) 1.— William MorrI* Hashes. ( AFTBK his election, te Parlia ment Hughes made a big bid for the leadership of the ' Labor ' party, bat in. this move he was doomed to disappointment ; Sleath had this noaitinn nlnn in view, and a jealous rivalry be tween these two Fakirs was very apparent. However, rather than see Sleath. occupying this distin guished position he generously withdrew his claim in favor of blustering ' Jim,' and he ' bar racked ' all he knew in order to secure McGowen the leadership —and thus dish his rival- To what acts of generosity has this man Hnghes ever been prompted ! - Before his political ascendancy there was no greater ad vocate of the necessity for using parliamentary ' position in the direction of active Socialist propaganda than this game individual. During his six years parliamentary life he has re ligiously abstained from doing any public speaking other than was absolutely necessary for the sake o...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

SAIiMAGTJNDL (By O.K.) THUS Colonel Lassetter : 'The business had lately made great strides, and it was his intention to make it a co-operative concern, so that after a fair dividend upon the capital invested had been earned the balance would be divided among; the staff.' Take note that it is to be made a co-operative concern after a fair dividend is earned. Coopera tion is put to strange uses in these times. Lassetter's statement is merely an inducement to the unthinking worker to use up his whole strength in the interest of the firm. The world is full of such co-operative concerns ; the worker's share of the divvy is a cheap coffin. Lassetter's Em ployees should strike at the ballot-box for National Coopera tion, add determine, that the inanimate thing called capital shall no longer control men and women. The trades procession is a real god-send to some of the nninn leaders (?)'. Three or four of them are nracticallv living nn the game at present. We never knew one of those gentle...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

On the Richmond. A HEMBEBS meeting was held by the R.R. Branch at Tatham oh the. 16th December. Comrade Klostermann, of the Central Branch, was voted to the chair. A considerable amount of im«. portant business was dealt with, and . preliminary arran^ementa for Comrade Moroney's visit were attended to. According to the programme adopted, by the meeting, the Acting-General Secretary will be kept going addressing meetings and travelling from place, during his stay on the Richmond. Heis to finish up atBallina by address ing an andience there on the. evening of the 2nd January, that being the date fixed for the picnic and conference. To which, all *wKo take an interest in the Socialist movement are invited to come along. . The chairman suggested that if: the. branch - : could undertake the addressing of all R.R. sub scribers' papers^ they would by DO doing considerably lighten the' labonM-f some Sydney workers.^ .4^:0&wno comrade was deputed; tareport on the matter at &e...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wanted, Votes for British Outlanders. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Wanted,Votes for British Outlanders. A ' - ,Whih -we - are justifying our war with the Boers on the. ground that they oppreiBed the Uitlandere (says a Scotch paper), a third of our adult males here at home, npt to mention eleven millions of adjtft women, are purposely disfranchised by impossible oonainona . ci regis tration. The House of . Commons is closed to all. but tbe;iiob, the whole diplomatic service is manned' by:nepotum, and Cabinet ministers I oonnot prevent their relations from acquiring shares in companies en gaged in military , industries nursed^ by the government. The .working-ol^aaea .have : deliberatelj phoj^ithe plptKHXMy for tbe ; Bake iQ*

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why We Object. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Why We Object. Tne trade unionist should carefully think out for himself whether it is becoming on hiB part to be continually procession ing through the streets. On the 1st January 10 of each trade are to be paid to walk' with their tools on their backB. Then I on the. 5th January there iB to be another full dress parade to the show grounds. The taxpayer is finding £700 for this show. Our objection to these processions is based on the fact that they serve no good purpose, are a relict of the times when the workers had no political power — no vote — and are not even demonstrative of strength. Then again, the speci mens of the various articles pro duced by the workers and shown in the procession, belong not to the workers, but to'their masters. An intelligent workers' proces sion would demonstrate at the ballot-box the fact that' we are slaves as long as we do not own the product of our labor, and the trade unionist who doesn't Bee this is mentally blind. * ,

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

To Oar Lambton and New Lambton Readers. After thia data, Thb People will be posted direct from the office to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount of subscriptions will be collected quarterly by ME. T. MELLING, of New Lambton. 5 5 ^ 111 i A SB i a r fv. - 3 it -2 P-- -S f 5 $ o ^ hs a ;? -5! ^ ^ 1 4 hj a»» i ^ ^ L_y I s - ^ ® M sr. 2 § i _j L § § :? o | m Po~ f O S ra . 3 fa * O . ^ ; S O S 2- ^ 5 '2 Lit vi o -i r, a, rn S.2.- r» m V | jiSfr ^ Printed and published for the proprietors by Henry Edmund Hollands Kidman's Buildings corner York and Market-sts., Sydney. ? ; ? * ! ?— FOR 1 OUB F4!HUT'K S4HE ' V. I ?? ? ' . : ' -.?-?. \ ? :? A8 WELL AS FOR YCUR OWN SECURITY, see that you get HACKSHALL'S RASTEURISED MILK . ' -? ' ,-a, : ' '.i'. I. . . '? ./ v ;

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Voice of the People. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

The Vole« «rtfte People. ^ » '1 ...-£ * . 1 Ewive iawanijfltt igatan^tlM Mara, SwlDg ootw»Fd,j« For taofimjt, ^ 3 he bUtkfotmt ff ritfteiafiiwa«8»g, Iho. white peAa to* sinai-'ad t&l . . da ft'; :.. : . Vii' / ? v:.-''iri-r'- - r ?. ' v. Andrre*donlMSaegroIlJ-b«atfaig.- . And callit^ har tnta to »ko fray. , ? And woe. to the that hai ^Aad-iwd aiMiwuww»(^«s«n;iu?||NqiB The day of Ite Utuaph ta ^ndinf, The evealng xiear withitsdoom. And Hie star of Its Jrtmgth is dMcasd '1°? ' ? * Todeepiadt^M^Mdgboai. Thoagh.th® UUiwasare crawn«d on tl^e highlands ? ? - -v With 3ia drsfcigold of raia^a w lad snn— , * . While far in Uw distance beta? th«*i I - The rivers in dwk OuiAon ton— They most fall, and the workmen sha^- born iheity, , ; * Where the koda ;aad li-e to«r wateit - meet. ' t j And the steads Of, (he dull spurn them' ' ' r ' With tbe ?oler of tlielr awtfi'dlyi^g feet- t -» Swing inward, O wtwi till tbe *oral4g Shall paint t^» t-rO»a sionnhi kit in gold, . ? ? ? T-11 the lift ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dead Hand in the Way. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

The Dead Hand in the Way. Cur human fhatitutions must be es- 'aamed as but tents of a night, to be (tricken whenever Truth puts the bugle I to her lips and sounds a march to the j heights of wider.viewed intelligence and more peaceful organisation.- — Low£Lii Lowell in the above impinges the Australian Constitution, made . „n rs ? ? aii-ume according to McSharry-Barton, and upholds the statements of the Socialists that no generation of men have the requisite intelligence to mnVa laws and constitutions for men and conditions yet unborn — even if they could predicate the rioht to do so. We' claimed all through the Federal fight that the Consti tution should be a fluid one, amenable to the will of a majority of the Australian peo ple; but the people chose to take the adyice of Barton, and when the time comes to, march to the heights of wider-viewed intelli gence and more perfect organisa tion the dead hand of the narrow, ignorant, and incapable will stand in the way. The Bartons, McMil...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Class Struggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

What tbe 61ass Strnggii Is. ? ? : — — ? ? r— — Thb class struggle ia a straggle between those who have and those who have not ; a struggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strngg e between those who take and those who mabe; a struggle between those who exploit and those who resist exploitation ; a struggle be tween the capitalist olass, which mnst continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'asj,- which must put an end to the straggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entire strncture of indost'ial society.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Not There. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Not There. (FBOU XHI 'BVIXBTin.') NVicen all Australia gathers for her festival of glee, And the wide world rocks the cradle of the Commonwealth to be, When pride and youth and beauty look down from roof and rail, And all. the sunny harbor - is a gleam . of anow white sail I Before the cheering crowds go by, be -for the rockets fare, Let ua drink one toast in silence ' To the men who won't be there.' They are sleeping on tha sandhills with the brown grass overhead ; . Ther blazed the dim tracks, living, and they mark tbe mileatonea, dead! They opened' up tin goldfielda, and they broke the virgin soil, And they took thair- share of danger, and a double share of .toil — By wind-awept graves and shallow where their whitened bones lie bare, Tho men who made the nation Are the men who wont be there. . . They are sleeping, in the gravjoyarda in their silent graves apart, v , .\T' With .empty anna and . asger ' that weuld hold her to their heart, Those statesmen of the'buried yea*a, those ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Traitors to Labor. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Traitors to Labor. CONSISTENCr is a thing we don't expect from the trades unionist, but we. can't overlook such a glaring case as that of J. R. Talbot slobbering Alderman Waine, or Powell aiding him dnring his municipal campaign. Dobbie, the ex-labor man, is now a mere capitalist hack and his actions don't count. Waine — when a builder under the title of Baldwin and Waine— was the first man, to reduce- the stone masons' wages, and through his whole career he. has been a cutter of wages, and a petty tyrant. In the municipal council he was in favor of abolishing all day labor and introducing the vicious con tract system, to enable his class to fleece the workers. Perhaps . J. R. Talbot, the 'father of trade unionism,' and Powell, the Labor Leaguer, can explain their incon sistency. But we say their con duct is traitorous to. labor.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SLINGS ARROWS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

SlitNGS 4 ARBOWS. [?] ilisw'fo be earefdl in thai txmfig str«ggWfvthalt-' Choice of the who jMMted (feeatwelres fcir ^ how^d tha* would only, take^tfia Bart ' wS: $luy a-u*i n4t. Ktftiiflad' wia: l»Maw(iBi a man Wked,$peqtJy ha wi» the beit ipan to t«laM-i . This beat men were' titaw ^..WMM'^Ul^Aa tntth.'— |tt»l»lw: for Pdblio' Instruo tkm am;Iab|Or. ? -T ; r Very good ]advlde^ mm ,ife hope the worketa wtB aec up to it, -list tis aumhwii l|rx Fieffjf hi«selfstspda behind ,Uie olMS 'that make honesty and'4rmi impteibifc His' 'best .oan'«t* inaapr^ilcnfatifig, andlsas Soq-tfty!for Kumav^. J^^'^how,^ whst hiS Mi^'Pewy aiir'don'e to help the Sfa^i i Heitaiidsi like his pre-, deoepoA .Qamrd, ;aa «i illustration: of WftM^ thii' head' -bf .lh6 Education' Daparts&abt i'saxmiiii hiat -Bm: Tell1 Jtfce trnUi ^Slpif/'sSpe roe: the school {eachera in to subaenribinc Pa^.b^a/'^ii^^^%ihy did. h»threatep with; so upputtahity ' V: , AwM^s 4nH«al «6liti-£»o,-h-dding empty ' v&kSrtgS* ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
China can Coal the World. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

@hina can Qoal the World. . A ' - ; I ' The anthracite - coalfield -of .8hansi, Northern China, is esti mated to cover -18,600 square miles, and fco contain 630 000,000, «te*NL Mn w u- ?* ?»??? oonwaa ^nffioient, World with fust S2h jpev fmimmfcto corned' N - AM it Viilbwposaibre to pn^l ^ooftCoal'in China touch oh««perj ' Wh4- V*** the] -li%M;^^4fh6nt fo^ axnutrioii .'KM with , , T f v y - a -

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

HABBT BTEGGkA. * CO; T-ie oldest. Clothing Store in Newcastle ;V ThsPlaee' where yon get, CbedVa.ue for your ' ' .Meaey .

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O'SULLIVAN'S TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

O'SCJLLIVAN'S TESTI MONIAL. Frantic endeavors are ! being made by. a few men in the Trade Union move ment .to get the brand of the Labor Council on the O'SulIivan Testimonial, but so far they have been un successful. The men who are fighting for the brand are those who have political jobs or who expect them in the future. The present Ministry, with the assist ance ot the (VfrGowenites, have found billets for a j large number of men who are their supporters irres-: pectiva of the fact that they have no capacity for the jobs that they hold. The testimonial idea arose among the men in cb&rge of the sewerage works at Marrickville — nine in num ber — headed by one called Toomey, who has battened on unionism for years, and seems now to batten- on the country as a foreman through political Nepotism. Even tually a meeting was held at which the Trades-unionists were supposed to be repre- ! s ente d, Twenty-four were present, nine of whom were foremen from Government, day-labor works ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

COOK & CO. OUB Summer Trade ii now moving . along briskly, and we are folly prepared for a further expansion of oar trade, business. 1 Evirjtbing that it new, bright, and -up to-date will be found at the ' 1'edn omir'— it is always the beit home ? for fancy goods. Face Keta are in fall pr-rminenoe, alio ? we sail them very cheaply. Pretty Cheneille Spotted Face Nets in. Hack, white: with pink spot, white with black spot,. black with white spot, magpie, - jac kdaw,, and coirip'exion at every price. GLOVB8. .... . Ladiee' White fllace Kid Glov », 4 prarl buttons, 1/6 pair, - Ladies' White Castor Washing Gloves, ' with white and black points, i/ii. Ladies' Pure Auiinaa Kid Gloves, tan b'own. and black, st'tch backs, good fitting indgood wearing, '/111 pair. . Ladies' French Kid Gloves at 2/11 and 8/li pair, are unequalled for value. ? Ladies' 4-tutton lisle G-'ovp* 6i pair. . ; . Ladies' 4-button Imitation Suede, stitch book, 1/. pair. Ladies' 4-l.ufcton Taffotta Silk Glove*, b...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Vivacious "Bobs." [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

The Vivacious 'Bobs.' Exally those telegrams of the Commander-in-Ohief of the Bri tish Army in Bonth Africa a-e getting a bit too thick. The brazen lie tbat the Boers have used ' ex plosive' bullets is systematically transmitted every time that these unfortunate Dutchmen have been fonnd to have employed part of tha tfnnlr nf ' nxnanfrivA hnll«ts ' which they had taken in f«ir fight from the British, and which the British intended to have need against them. The explosive bu' let, which is, in fact, a miniature bomb, and whioh explodes after it has entered the body, was con demned, if we remember rightly, some 80 odd years ago by tbe Ge- . neva Convention as too inhnman for civilised use. Such bullets, qo. far as we are aware, are no longer manufactured. The ' expansive ' bullet ia quite a different missile, the characteristic of which is that, while it does not explode, it ex pands or opens out after it has penetrated the flesh, thereby inak ing a lacerated wound very diffi cult to i...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Class Struggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. Thk class atiuggle is a straggle between: those who have and those who have not ; m struggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a stiugg e between those who take and thole who. make; a stmggle between those who exploit aad thot-o wh-- resist oxploiiation a stmggle be tween the capitalist class, wnicn must continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'as«, which must pot an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entii e structure of indust:ial society.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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