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MR. EVERS RETIRES FROM WRIGHT AND CO.'S FIRM. "THE PEOPLE'S" STATEMENTS JUSTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

MR. BVBRS RETIRES PROM WRIGHT AND CO.'S FIRM.. ' THE PEOPLE'S ' STATE MENTS JUSTIFIED. At the Tailoresa^a* meeting on Wednesday last, Mr. J T. Evers was present, and aaked to be al lowed to make an explanation with regard to an article in last week's issae of THE PEOPLE con cerning evidence given by him fiAfnra tha Rrvual f!nmmiaairtn Mr Evers' request was readily complied with, and that gentle man stated that, when he ap peared before the Commission, he was under the impression that 5s per dozen was the minimum paid by Wright and Co. for work given ont. He was not a member of the firm and did not exercise a direct supervision over the out door work. When he read the article in The PEOPLE, he caused an examination of the books to be made, and found to his surprise that The People article was substantially correct. He at once took steps to sever his connection with the firm. He said he had always endeavored to pay the best prices possible, and was absolutely in sympathy with the obje...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

Menmuir 151 — ttunter Street West — 151 NEWCASTLE. FOB CKOCKEkY And GLASSWARE Bargains. FATUONI8E Local Industry BT DRINKING WOOD'S CfiLKhRAiKU 0ASTLEMAINE ALB. ALE A D STOUT EQUAL TO^TmPORTED AT uh84 THAN HAL IT THtfi COST

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organising Committee. SUNDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

5rgiuguii| fcommlHek* Sunday, Jolt 48. Domain. — Attend atHal), 2.30. (Stomps .. . Papers, etc.): 8)o(pt Aldous, Kemiah. Chair: Drakft. . Speakbra : Holland and Thbjg^MU. Ba thni«t-St.-- Aldous and MorMi. Martin Plaoe. — Pennington arid Neill. SUHDAT, AUQDST 4. Domain. — Attend at Hall, 2.30, (Stomp, Papers, eta,) : Smith, Car- . »on and Ohristenson. . Chair : S.Q. Clarke. Speakers: Moroney awl Morrish. Bathurs^St. — Isaacs, Batho. Martin Place. — Drake, Holland. Sunday, August 11. Domain — Attend at Hall, 2.30. (Stump, Papers, etc.,)* Hohnsben, Ludewig, Nelson. Chair: Batho. Speakers : Neill and Thomson. Bathurst-St — Diuke and Mor rish. 1 Martin Plaoe. — Isaacs and Hol land. Sunday, Auodst 18. Domain.— Attend at Hall, 2.30. (Stump Papers, etc.) : Isaacs, Drake and Stevens. Chair : Sloarie. Speakers : Holland and Morriah. Bathurat-St— -Pennington and Drake. Martin Place. — Aldous and Ru miseon. ?Wednesday, July 31. Newtown Bridge — 8 p m. Speak ers: Drake and Thomson. Wednesday, Au...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

Kev Note. — O— And the tramp shall call till its depp notes ring In the doll slave-souls that are -wavering yet. —'Bulletin.' The internal ionality of Socialism is a fact wbiob makes itself more obvious and effective. We So cialists are a nation ofourown— - , one and the same international nation in all countries of tbe world. And the capitalists, with their agents, tool4f and dopes, are also an international nation. So that we oan truly say: There are to-day only two nationB in all countries, 1 'the one fighting the other in the great olass war, which is the new revolution — in that olass war whioh will.be fonght on the one side by the proletariat ohampioning Socialism, on the other side by the bourgeoisie, ohampioning capi talism. . Tbe Socialist vote at Wallsend (Mm be regarded as satisfactory — possibly more so had it. reached 500 or 600. That electorate generally polled aboint 1100 for the Labor candidate, and 500 or 600 for any re-actionary . opponent. , Had the Bogus candidat...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PEOPLE. SUBS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

THE PEOPLE. Subs Received. G.J., Stanmore, Is ; R.M., New Lambton, 1b; F.W., New Lamb ton, 2s ; — J., Lambton, is ; M.D., Lambton, Is. ; E.B., Lamb ton. Is ; — K., Lambton, 1b ; — F., Lambton, la ; J.O., Lamb ton, Is ; M.C , Lambton, 2e ; — E., Lambton, Is ; E.T.. Lambton, 2b ; R.G., Nerang Q., 6b; A.S., Paddington, la ; C.J.D., Boonoo Boonoo, 1b ; J.M., Wickham, 2b. 6d ; S., Newtown, 1b ; A.P., Millers Point, 2b ; O.H., New town, Is ; J.McD., Balmain, 1b ; A.F., Mortdale, 1b ; G.S., Balmain, 1b ; W.H,, Sydney, Is. ; W.T., Redfern, 2s ; A.McD., Newtown, 2s. ; J.B., Marrickville, 9d ; T.L., Ashfield, Is.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organising the Tailorc[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

v TaitereMes. Tn Fiona /article on the «n*' denoe given before tha Vicfaiian Commission and the -sweated oondi tiona under iwhioh ' Sydney tai loreases worked created widespread interest amon* the female workers in the big -clothing factories. Oil Saturday last, at every faocoiy handbills were distributed announ cing; a meeting to b- held at tbe Trades Hall on Thursday, and everywhere tbe idea was favorably received by the women and girls. On Wednesday night last two delegates were appointed by the Cutters and Trimmers' Union. Pneviou-lj several unsuccessful attempts have been made to ' get these women workers to agitate and organise, and it was predicted by knowing ones that the attempt would also fail. Owing to the fact that The People goes to press early on Thnrsday morning, we are unable to do more than summarise the events of Wednesday's meeting jn this issue. Next week a fuller re port will appear. Precisely at 8 o'olook the chair man (Mr. H E. Holland) opened the meeting, and...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

Kitchener's reversion to the brutal systemof publicly killing condemned men before the crowd is one of the most dastardly events of a dastard ly war. The peti ion now engineered by tbe lattersall gamble in the in terests of Tattersall's Sweep is one of the cheekiest pieces of business yet put forward. Many 6ignatnres are beinf obtained under false pretences. One of tbe first acts of Lawyer Sullivan (' labor ' member for Dar lington) was to act as chairman ab a send-off to Detective Donovan, who is leaving to participate in the capitalists' war in the Transvaal. Was not Donovan one of the leading deteotives who were so Bpeciall/ active daring the big maritime strike. Dr. Graham's ' Reform ' Muni cipal Council is employing boys to perform street work where only men should be employed. Mauy of the boys are little more thau in fants, and would be in their correct sphere at school. A heterogeneous jrowd, calling themselves the ' Reform and Coun try Party' will fona a fourth party in the ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY ITS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

BY ITS FRUITS* By its fruits the tree is known. By its proteges, capitalist ' Law ' is understood. 'The Law' that capitalism enacts is a Moloch, hypo critical, besides barbarous When it says ' Life,' it means a life of luxury ior tne rate, sponging vapu alist Class, bnt a life of brute servi tude for the Working Class ; when it eays ' Liberty,' it means liberty for itself to outrage all human rights, with the corresponding liber ty on the part of every worker to assiBt it in ' pursuing a happiness ' that consists in degrading and plun dering all the other workers 1 Such ' Law ' is a ' Buccaneer's Log-Book.' Such 'Law' must be trampled under foot at the hust ings ; torn to shreds with the sabre of the suffrage ; laid prostrate with the bullet of the ballot. Will the Buccaneer Class itself render that service to the hnman race ? No! That, service is a boon, reserved by Social Evolution to the Working Class to confer. Humanity is waiting; restlessly waiting— 'Daniel db Leon.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLESH AND BLOOD VERSUS DIVIDENDS. HOW THEY FOOL THE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

flesh asp Bieeo VERSUS DIVIDENDS. * HOW THEY FOOL THE CROWD. One of the features of the present day is the happy-go-easy style in which the capitalist politician fools the voters of the working-class. On the eve of the recent general election tne capitalistic oee rarty issned the following leaflet : Iht 8H AND BLOOD VERSUS DIVIDENDS. The Daily Telegraph of the 17th Jane itates ' thj»t a sum of L500 hat bean subscribed to p»yj election ex penses of P. If. Wilco against the Premier (Mr.. See) at Grafton.' Mr Wilcox is a nephew of Sir Daniel Cooper, themillionare New South. Wales absentee land monopoliit. Ibis shows the Worker* and Producers of the State how bitter is the capitalistic opposition to the preeent Ministty, Why ? Because the crusted old Conservatives, who are masquerading aa liberals, blow that the Government programme will be carried into law. and that the result will be — Better Wages, Shorter Hour*, ana nappier Lives lor you, were there even imaller dividends for them. ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sheds for the Workless Workers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

Sheds for the Workless Workers. As item from the Capitalist press : '' The shelter sheds oh the Bunne rong-road are now completed, and already 15 inmates are there. The grounds around these sheds, which are really large structures, will be worked as a kitchen garden, in whioh the inmates will be expected to earn their keep. It; is expected that tne sale of the produots will more than cover the expenses of these establishments. Books and newspapers will be provided, and every effort made to make the BhedB attractive to the aged and homeless, 1 the class that has hitherto been sleeping in the Domain.'. In this the See Government is apparently following the example of the Salva tion Army people, who make a decent profit ont of the work (performed for meals and lodging) of the hnman derelicts who drift into their homes. ' Sheds ' for tho people crushed ont of a chance to live by the capitalist system is the best thing a capitalist government can snpcreflfc.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

FORCE. The Socialist Labor Party has no apologies to offer for any of its tenets ; least of all does it conceal any, Frankly and proudly it de clares that, should the Capitalist Class attempt in this (feneration what its prototypes, the Southern slave-holders did a generation ago ; should it, like them, dare to seek to thwart the sovereign fiat of the people expressed by suffrage, then, unquestionably, the Socialist Labor Party will determinedly resort to Force, and the most forcible ; and, meeting the force of the would-be violators of the people's sovereignty with the Fobce of a sovereign peo ple, mop the floor with the oriminals in short order. Nevertheless, Sooialism is the evangel of Peace on Earth ; it is the only principle yet uttered in the annals of the human race capable of removing the reign of rapine and establishing the reign of human happiness. As snoh it is hated by CapitaliBm with the deep, malicious hatred that the Angel of Darkness has for the Angel of Light. The g...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

The Socialist Press As» sistance Pond. S.C.C., 2b ; A.T., 2s ; J.McD., Is ; J.O.M., 2s. ; J.H., 3a ; Wesb Wallsend Branch, 9s ; J.S.. 6d ; R.G., Nerang, Q., 4s.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Work Before Us. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

The Work Before Ds. The most important work before the Australian Sooialist League just now is that of oganising. This work the Organising Committee has in hand, and a Syllabus for the coming month has been arranged and appears in this issue. Every socialist, snonia now see to it tnat tbe most strenuous efforts are put forth to make every meeting a com plete success. Great possibilities are before the movement in this colony, and, in conjunction with the distribution of literature, well organised propaganda meetings will do much towards bringing in new members, widening the circulation of The People, and making our principles much more widely known. Let us get to the work. Organise, agitate, educate !

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hark the Battle Cry. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

Hark the Battle ©ry. Tune : ' Man of Harlech.' Hark 1 tae battle-cry is ringing ! Hope within our bosom springing Bids us journey forward singing — Death to tyrant's might ! Though we wield not sword or sabre, We the sturdy sons of Labor,, Tlalninn ow'mt man hia naioflKni*. Shrink not from the fight. See our hotbes before us 1 Wives and babes Implore us ; So firm we stand in heart and hand, And swell the dauntless chorus : Men of Labor, young or hoary, Would ye win a name in story ? Strike for home, for life, for glory 1 Justice, Freedom, Bight ! Long in wrath and desperation, Long in hnnger, shame, privation, Have we borne the degradation Of the rich man's spite ; Now disdaining useless sorrow Hope from brighter thoughts we'll borrow ; Often shines tho fairest morrow After stormiest night. Tyrant hearts, take warning 1 Nobler dayB are dawning ; Heroic deeds, sublime oreeds, Shall herald Freedom's morning ! Men of Labor, young or hoary, Would ye win a name in story ! Strike for home...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS FROM ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

; NEWS PeOM ITHLY. /Oomimloi »nd tr* id«tedf com 'Antttt,' of Borne, by tMLD- ITHB Socialists of Italy have worked daring several months for ' the abolition of the duty on min, for agrictiltttifal im{Mftjve ments, and 'for the decrease of military expenditure. The public convention for the : abolition of grain, held at the : Foliclinico in I^ome, was at (ended by more than five thou '«and persons mong popular' : assemblies of the year in Rome, only the one held for the candi dacy of Hon Enrico Ferri, for b re-election to Parliament, can be. ; compared with it in regard to gtee and interest. The Labor 'Exchange and ; almost ail the other progressive ; and labor associations of Rome f were represented. Among the speakers were . workingmen, Hon. Enrico Ferri, l gon. Andrea Costa, and the ? lawyers Francesco Pagliaro 'arid Saverio Merlino. It -was a num ber of years ago that Saverio Merlino, the eminent lawyer, - lecturer, and author, left the anarchists ; about six months ago he became...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hotel, Club, and Restaurant Employees. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

sot Employoos. Afc'the'&ktfttoatiiig 'bf the above association, the following resolu tions were moved by Mr. C. Olley, Vice-President, and were carried Unanimously -1. 'That this Aa socia tiriiiiB in favor of an amend ment. Of the pititont Early Closing Act in the direction of bringing all aotei, tiiuo, and Jtteetauraut em ployees within the sixty-lioura pro vision embodied in that measure, and that more InBpectoito be ap pointed to see that this provision is carried into effect — such Inspectors to be men from the ranks of the Hotel, Club, and RestauraatEmploy eea.' ' That this Association is in favor of a Bill to bring all Registry Offioes and Labor Agencies under the oontrol of a comprehensive Act of Parliament which shall pro vide for a scale of oharges based apon the value of the situation offered, and providing also for a heavy penalty for non-compliance with the Act.' ' That the existing Civil Service Act be so amended that no Civil Servant be allowed to officiate or ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE COAL-TRIMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

NEweuni ebAL' THIMMBRS. The Newcastle Coaltrimmers' Federal Union is now fairly well organised, and will Shortly issue its newly-registered Rules. Already the Sydney press has be gun the business qf lying about the Union, the idea apparently being to precipitate matters and wreok the IJnion before it has had time to AvmtniDA ifa iMninlafA b^mti swVVi Tka secretary of the Coaltrimmers writes : — ?* In reference to a report from some Newcastle correspondent to the ' Daily Telegraph,' Sydney, re tbe rules of tbe Newcastle Coal trimmers' Union, I beg to state that no credence shonld be attached to that report, inasmuch as the anion's rales are practically in embryo In reference to a conversation with Mr 8trucki(tbe president of the anion) I beg to inform that versa tile correspondent that no official of this union other than the secretary has - ad the opportunity of divulging the wording of the new rnles. More than that, this particular cor respondent has taken npon himself the right of...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE DIALO[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

[?] lip Room' '.(Italy) 'Avanti' givea the following Ihreedialogues anent reeanteventa inthatoountry : I. ('Scene, a Restaurant) a ? _ ? a ? ? i II -2„„ here; nntil now I was convinced that if there were no capitalists in the world the working people couldn't be red.' iM lfrurarD And now P' HxasOBB AEibtocbaIico : ' And now I am conviuoed of the con trary; it's the capitalists that couldn't be fed if it weren't for the -working -people.' IL Pibst Landowner : 'The aboli tioi of the duty on grain would cause enormous damage to agricul ture and to national prosperity.' Second Landowner : 'Oh. that's very tree ! It's enough to jay that instoad of realising an income of five hundred lire a day 1 should have -o get along with only four hundred and ninr-ty-five ' TIL 'oculist : ' Tell me, at least, if yon admit that sooialism is coming.' Opponent: 'Yes, it'll come, but it oann-jt. lost.' Socialist: ' Let it come then, and afterwards we will talk about it farther.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

THE PEOPLE4 Weekly Organ of Autrallan 8odaliam PoblMM mfj Saturday Morning at ID HAN'S BUILDINGS/ Corner Tork and Market- «t»., SYDHKY, BUBSOBIPTIOW. H.v South Walea. One Tew (to advanoe) (a. On* Quarter c .. ?? 1* Single OoVJ ?? ?? ,d- Other Oolenlee— 1» M per qvarter, 6. per jmr. England, America, and other eoaatriee. t* ptr T' '? . 'd ADVxanamanis. Single iBMrtlo*— Fint *noh, U ti ; each ache* qnent lach, 1-6-3. Bfilel anaagetteate tor itaodlng oootneta All commnnieaiioas, literary and busi ness, to beaddreaaed, and cheques, P O. Orders. Postal Notes, etc., to be made payable to U. E. HOLLAND, 'Managing Editor. ? ? ? WA RBID, SOLICITOR Ae. 4c C' mmiaakmer for Aildaviis BOI/THN STBBBT Newcaafle. TRUBT MONEYS to lend— on Seal or Penonal Security. JAMES .DART, Solicitor, Sus-, Commianoner fo Affidavit*, Bolton-street ^ewoaatle. THE INTERN ATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB, Kidman's Buildings, ooraer York and Market-»t» Sydney. All leading Europe in and Ameri can Swcialiit organ* » 'd mamaine* ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WALLSEND FIGHT. SOME SIDE LIGHTS AND INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 July 1901

[?] SOME BIDE LIGHTS AND ' INCIDENTS. (Br ' On Who -Was There.'): ; | One of tbe chief dbstaoles where| ever the Sooialist makes an. attaek are the people who persist in dee cribi-g themselves as Socialists. In-Wallnend these people -are fairly thick. They' are UooifJists, they AAV Ktif diflFLu fwim na rtf Wa ! are too precipitate; they are lei surely Socialists and prefer pie* balds to the gennine artiole. In Wallsend proper what is called the P.L L. is made np largely of friends of wonld-be candidates1 and the cliques who dominate poli tics the^e- The Socialist Labor Party's candidate was made ' ta boo,' and his right to enter their sacred preserves was. challenged. Besides trying to knock him ont with the slogan of Compulsory Ar bitration (and they were completely flattened whenever this ' fighting plank ' was brought forward) they did not venture. Their other (open) lines of attack were infan tile and imbecile. i Wallsend is regarded — and 'justly so — as the strongest Labor cen...

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