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The Ironworkers' Arbitration. [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

The Ironworkers* Arbl* tration. The Piople stated folly the case for the Ironworkers Assistants when they first went oo strike, and urged them to fight their battle on lines likely to bring them victory. Some of oar advice was acted npon ; some was not. After being eight weeks out, when the prospects of a settlement in their favour looked promising, the strike ended abruptly. Most of the men went back to work, and the settlement of their case went to arbitration. The men struck for a* minimum of 7s. a day, and were gaining ground ; money was coming in, with every indication of oontiu ing. ^ That elusive thing called ' public opinion ' was in their favonr. The Government won the election on the strike. Freak and fakir traded on it (though the leader of the bogus labour party said he didn't know who was in the right or wrong !) The employers were beaten if the men had only remained out ; but they were tied and bound by the stupidity of the incapable set of individuals known as the ' S...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORKERS SOLD. A TREACHEROUS FEDERAL MOVE. BY THE BOGUS LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

WORKBRS SOLD. A TREACHEROUS FEDERAL MOVE. BT THE BOGUS LABOR PARTY. The Bogus Labor Party in the Federal Parliament are amply justifying the title bestowed npon them by The People Their latest proposal, to help ' labor,' is to in sert in the Federal Electoral Laws a provision that all candidates shall deposit £20, which will be for feited if a fifth of the votes polled by the successful candidate is not obtained. If carried it will mean that only the fakir brigade will be able to fight the elections. Their d«sire is to manipulate the trades nnions, and block the men who might oppose them. It is mainly aimed at the Socialists The lash ing administered, and the exposures made by Ths People and the Socialist Labor Party of their treachery and cowardice to the working class, is terrorising them, hence this reactionary proposal. The firat ' labor' party had their deposit money fonnd for them in this and every Australian State by the workers, and one of the chief demands when we were figh...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Larry Foley's Incompetence. [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

Larry Foley's Incompe* tence. The following is a glaring case of incompetence on the part of Larry Foley — a political appoint ment — superintendent of the work men engaged pulling down the buildings on the site of the new railway station. Nine men were engaged cleaning bricks, tolbe sold Kv nr-K1l'/t oiiiifiAn TJlOlV 'manaa totalled L29 10s. The bricks, when sold,, realised L2 . 5s. — 3000 at 15s per thousand. How long is the day-labor system to carry all the incompetent friends and con stituents of politicians P Is O'Sul liv and his gang trying to kill it P

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT CAPITAL'S CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

AT CAPITAL'S CAPITOL i Last week; in the Federal de bate on the Postal Bill^ dismal Tom Brown told the House of Reprehensibles that if they re tained the ' words ?' blasphemous and seditious ' in the Bill, they wouldn't be able to circulate the Bible through the p&t office. Since when did Brown come to suoh a conclusion ? And Thomas i a a religions man, too ! Alas and alack ! Barton crawled down over the *' blasphemy and sedition ' clause of his precious P.O. Bill. And it was meant to squelch oat the purist who avers, with wearisome reiieration, that Barton neglects to pay his tradespeople. Sweater McMillan said Federal legislators didn't want to make fools of themselves over the P.O. Bill. But' isn't that what they've been doing all along ? Wriggler Beid, as a pleader for freedom of the press, was funny. His suggestion to include the woids of the English Act would have given even wider powers, and was as silly as the original pro posal was farcical. . Dawson, of Queensland,...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

Key Note. Why should we parley with. the foe ? Why crave of tyrants to display Some gentleness in wrong — and go From age to age beneath theirs way?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Interference. [Newspaper Article] — People — 31 August 1901

Political Interference. If there are any members ,of the present Parliament who are con scientious believers in the day labor system, they should make a determined stand against political interference. We unhesitatingly assert that the system is not receiv inr» fai'n nlon nminrv fn nnlifWl r»«V» w r*™™* nepotism. Take T arry Foley s ap pointment as superintendent, ex pert, or specialist in the palling down of old buildings at £300 per year. There are dozens of men more competent who should have had a chance of applying for this position. Another scandalous ap pointment is the mau in charge of the removal of grave-stoves from the cemetery. Foley is put in Charge of men and he oan neither read nor write. If the day-labor system is to be a success under . capitalism political iaterferencemust be stopped. The officer in charge must be conceded full responsi bility to engage and discharge workmen.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Works Committee Boodle. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

The Works Committee ] Boodle. A return laid on the table of the N.S.W. Assembly shows that be tween 1st of Januaty and the 30th of June this y*ar the following anms were pa d, including travel I ng expenses : - Mr Di--k, L474 12s ; Mr 8hepherd, L336 6a ; the I late Dr. Garran, L66 3s ; Mr. . Hyam, 1.811 8b; Mr. Watson, LI 14 ; Mr. Levien, L172 16s ; ! Mr. M Fxrlane, L949 7b The | amounts paid to members' from the date of the appointment of the committee, on Nove ber 3 , 1898. to Jane 11, 1901, when the com mittee went oat of office — a period | of two and a balf ycara — were as follow: — Mr. Ptrry, L409 10b ; Mr. Triokett, L653 2- ; Mr. Diok, I 1515 3a; Mr. Shepherd, L1U1 10s; the late Dr. Garran, L693 lis: Mr. Hyam, L512 8s; Mr. Watson, L1003 16s; Mr. Levien, L78I 4s; and Mr. M'Failane, L782 5a.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

The Socialist Press As* I sistance Pond. I August 31. — J.O.M., Is { J.H., Is ; J.S , la. ; S.0 0., Is 5d ; F.HD., Is; J.M.D., 2s; W.P., la ; H.K., 2b 6d. t-ocial Fond, 16s 6d ; J.M., la; F.T., 1b; R.H., 2s; H.M., 3d; D.C., Is; J.S. 6d. September 7th. — G.K., Is 6d ; F H.D., Is ; per J.E., 7s ; S.C.C., 2s ; A.S., 2b ; J.R., 2s ; May Day, 2s; H.K, 2b 6d; W.Y., 2s ; W.P, 1b; H.&, 2s 6d; J.M.D., 2s; H.M., 3d; D.O., 2i»; D.A., Is ; J O M.t Is ; J H„ Is ; J.S., 6d ; H.D., 2s 6d.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

To Correspondents. I W,8. Tinonee. — Paper posted all alone. Writing. C.W., Clifton HillV Vie, -Can't do it. J.G.. Toowoomba, Q. — Out of print. Postal note returned. 8.G., Sydney.— We are not respon sible. *Twaa the act of an indi vidual. H.J., Redfern.— Tea ; bnt if- yonr reasoning is correct, the Cardinal, had he lived when the ruling powers resolved to oroeify Christ, would have been ' morally ' bound to oo-operate. See ? Any. how, we ve neither the apaoe nor the desire for a theological oon ? troversy. ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

The ' Star ' is making a gigantic effort to imitate the alliterative luminosity of John Nor on s ' Troth.!' Things most be n a bad way with the twinkUr when it finds it neos— ary to steal John's paten*

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

A daily paper report says that 'Mr, O'SuHivan, aooompanied by . WWf»l members of the Solidarity attended a social gathering . nfM ^7 008 of the trades-unions at ttw Masonic Hall last night.' After neord.ng the utterances of the .XySullivan, the report says : — _*Jpiher toasts were honoared by ?Wmn. Sam Smith and D. JpttJonnor, Ms.L.A..' So Dttjell a now a member of the '(oli-

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

Organising Committee. This body met in The People Office on Friday night last A quorum being present, D. Canon was elected to the chair. Arrangements were made for as sisting tbe ladies to carry out ths Social Evening on Friday next, September 6th. The Secretary was instructed to make arrangements for meetings and advet tiring the same in The People between this and the next Organising Committee meeting. Instructions were given to make preparations for holding of propa ganda meetings in the city and suburbs. The meeting then adjourned. The next meeting of the Or ganising - 'ommittee will be held at The People Office, 16 George street West, on Thu-sday, Septem ber 12rh, at 8 p.m. As tbe Water loo Branch will be holding their Hocial Evening on the 13rh, it wonld not be advisable for the Committee to meet on that night, hence the alteration of date for this meeting. Will every member be present at The People Office on Thursday, September i2th? And ii) the meantime I will thank mem bers...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

FIXTURES. ?omain — September 8. Take stamp, papers, &o., MoDermot, Chris tenseu and L udewig. B^thurst-street — Aldoos and Drake. Waterloo Branch. — Concert and Leoturette, Friday evening, 13th instant, Alexandria Town Hall (Gvrden.atrset). A. ' Thomsoh lecturer. Admission by ticket free on application. ' Bramatic and Musical Entertainment, Manchester Unity Hall, Castle resgh-slreet, Friday evening, Sept. 20. Tickets Is. eaoh, obtainable from members of League

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"To Oblige Benson." [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

'To Oblige Benson.' That's the title of tbe drama to be staged at Manchester Unity Hall, Sydney, on the 20th of this month, and readers are reminded that if they miss seeing ' To Oblige Benson,' they will live to regret the foot ' To Oblige Benson,' as it will be staged on the 2Cth, is a play people don't see more than once or twioe in a lifetime — not for the all round prioe of one ?hilling, at any rate. See that you get a ticket. ' Cold Storage Employers, whose union has just been formed, had Laber Rat' Kally. speaking for them on Monday night. .

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters : Mau Hall, 251 Cabtlkiiaqh St., Sydney. outer : The establishment of a Coopera « il Commonwealth founded on the' Collective Ownership of the Land and jT2? °/ Production, Distribution, ana Exchange. METHODS. I ? J' industrial and political organi sation of the workers — mental and Sinual; Distribution of Socialist] te rata re, Lectures on Seoialism, social, political, and industrial fMaaons ; and, to attain oar object fe Comparative Commonwealth), the ?Mrtion of Socialists to Parliament— ? Inderal and State — and Municipal Councils. Central Branch meets at Headquar quarters first Tuesday in the month. Executive Committee every Tuesday 8 p.m. 'ublio . -w ^'fcjJ -SaoraUry.F. H. Drake. .Waterloo Branch meets in Alexandria Town Hall, first Tuesday in each month. — Secretary. Hush NeilL Branch — Secretary ; Dave McNeil, Jun. Xiohmond River Branoh— Secretary, A. Gillies, TintenW. __ .Those desirioos of joining the Magna must be proposed ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.M. Barlow. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

6. M. Barlow. C- M. Barlow, late General Sec retary of the A.'.L., returned to Sydney from Bowral last week. Readers of The People will be glad to know that our comrade is looking exceedingly well, and the doctor's report concerning him is also most encouraging. This week ead he leaves tor Bathnrst, where it ib hoped that the bracing atmos phere of the west will aid in fitting him to take his place once more in the foremost ranks ef the class* conscious workers who fight for Sooialism. Vicars, of the Marrickville sweated clothing factory, and chair man of the recent Chamber of Manufacturers' meeting, reckons ^ that the business of the bosses- is now to see that the Conciliation and Arbitration Act operates in their interests. Which reminds The People that it was never intended to do anything else. That's why the SeeTJov. so obligingly altered the old Bill. Molntyre, M.L.A., objected to women voting ' because it would so increase the voting power of the city that the country would di...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reason and Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

-?— — .. 1 , ' Reason and Liberty. . TFoiTTtrPKaB.) Down the ages, old Mid hoary, comes the dark aad dismal story Of tbe mighty power of Wrong, For the poets and the sages, th-ough the jean and through the ages, Sang the same unchanging song. - Yet wc pause, and think, and wonder what has ortuhed the people under Through the iong and weary years t With their story, dark and dreary, of the wild and ever weary Burdens of their growing cares. I Bat a ligut is now ignited * Beason claim* that wrongs be righted ; Golden dawn of day is near. lira grow tired of ever giving blood of life for right of living To idler* whom they're taught to fear. And the power of wrong is shaking, while tbe gladsome dawn is breaking Tbrongh the sorrow of the night. And the stricken giant's blundering to the finish of his plundering Fainter growing in the fl^ht. When the stream of life U flowing, hear je through the day-dawn's glow ing, Gentle lound* of Freedom's song. Myriad voices, singing singing, a d the ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

TO SOCIALISTS ONLY. ' Thb People ' Pbintbry will supply : 100 Gents' Visiting Cards ... 3a 6d 100 Ladies' ... 3s Od (Name and Address.) Send us your order without delay. MANCHESTER UNIT'S HALL, C stlereagb St., Sydney. FRIDAY, - EPTEMBER 20, 1901 Dramatic and Musical ENTtlTAhMEMT To Liquidate a League Liability 'I HE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. PnMtshed every Saturday Morning »t 16 GEORGjb ST. WEST. SYDNHY. SUBSORIPTIOH. New Boatb Wales. One Tear (In advanoe) .. M. One Qnarter .. .. Slngl- Copy .. .. Mi Other Ooleulee— Is M per qxiarter.asserysar. ?ngland. Amerioa, and other oountrlee, §? pa year. __ ADVBBTJwBMBNia. Single Insertion— First *nob,H M ; each snbee qnentlneh, ls6d. 8|eel-l arrangements for tt.nrlfng oontraots All communications, literary and bn»i ness, to beaddrrssed, and cheques, F O Orders. Poital Notes, etc., to be made payab e to H. E. HOLLAND, Managing Editor. ? ? ? ? WA. RE ID, SOLICITOR &e. 4o 0 mmissioner for Afldavits BOLT^y STBEBT Newc...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prosperity in New South Wales. (CULLED FROM HANSARD.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

Prosperity in New Sooth Wales. (Culled from Hansard.) I pleas guilty, aa a member of Parliament, to giving men letters ; to procure them work on Govern ment jobs. I have not the in humanity to refnse these men let ters when they ask for them, be cause they think it is the only way -. for them to get a job. If I were to turn them away from my door it would be 1 ke tnrninc a ntaroino. creature away without giving him food. I must grant their request* and I suppose all hon. members must on the grounds of common humanity. — Caredthers. At present we have a board ; and my peisonal experience is that a number of men come to me explain ing their financial position — that they had not a shilling in the world — that a man had to dispose of his furniture, and even of his wife's wedding ring, in- order to get food for his wife and children.— Sleath. I may tell hon. members that there men about Sydney absolutely starving. — Fallick. I know the great difficulty ex perienced by the Minister in gi...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 September 1901

Kev Note. Ai& .troth iaaafe, and nothing else is safe, and he who keeps back the truth or withholds it from men, from motives of expediency, is either a coward or a criminal, or both-— Max i

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