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NOTICE. TO MEMBERS, A.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
NOTICE. To Members, A.S.L. Comrades — The proposal submitted to a general vote of the Members of the Laague by the General Executive, in connection with 'The Peopie,1' has resulted in 'an unanimous vote in favor of the recommendation. All members of the League who have pledged themselves to contribute . to the Press Assistance fund are re quested to forward the amounts to the General Secretary not later than Monday of each week, as members will recognise the importance of prom titude in this connection, and .the re sponsibility cast upon the General Executive of carrying out the arrange ments agreed upon. Youra fraternally, Jas. O. Moroney, Gen. Seo
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
The Socialist Press As* sistance. Pond. R.H., 2s ;- H.M., 3d ; D.C., 2a ; J.S., 6d ; A,T.. Is ; West Walls end Branch, lis ; J.K., 2s ; W. B., Is ; J.H., Is; J.O.M., Is ; Chas Diamond, 2s ; A.B.P., 2s 6d ; S.A., its ; J.N„ 6d ; Domain Friend, Is ; F.H.D., Is ; S.C.C., 2s ; Miss Victor, Is ; N.R., 2s ; A.fc5., Is ; Ladies Social, 8s 6.
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
Waterloo Branch. [ ? The above branch held its usnal I monthly meeting in the Alexandria Town Hall on the 31st inst. After | the uflual routine business, it was decided that our next Town Hall i meeting should be devoted to de bate. The subject decided upon | was — W ill the minimum wage permauentlv benefit the workers 1' We would like to see a few of the Central Branch members at our debate*. Members will please note that next meeting will be held at Comrade Neill's residence on Tues day evening, September 17. ? i poh Neill, Hon. Seo. Printed and published for the proprietors by Henry Edmund [ Holland, at 16 George-street west, Sydney.
Tailoresses' Union. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
ft Tailoresses' Union. I At the mass meeting of this anion, , held at the TradeB Hall on Tuesday evening, the chairman referred strongly to the action of Weingott's firm in dismissing a girl without notice, and reference was also made to the praotice of illegally stopping girls' wages. Mrs Lindsay was elected assist ant-secretary, and Mrs. Blain and Mrs H-mneron weie elected as trustees. It was resolved that an account be opened with the avings Bank of N.S.W. R- solved : ' 1 hat this union sends fraternal greetings to the Tailoresses Union of Western Aus tralia, and wishes the members of J that body every success in the | struggle they are making for better conditions,' Mrs. Robinson moved and Mrs. Blain seconded, and it was carried unanimously, 'That this meeting of women workers : — recognising that all women mnst conform to the laws of the country in which they live, and that is through the laws that good or bad oondiiions are moulded — demands the franchise for all adult women '...
West Wallsend Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
West Walisend Branch. ] Secretary D. McNeil writes from West Wnllsend as follows: — ' Tou will find enclosed a postal order for £1 Us. For subscrip tions £1 ; the other lis. for t--e Press Assistance Fund. We have not been working very well lately, j or tbe contributions to the Press Fund would have bepn larger. However, we will do our best t - keep the paper alive, and may be able to send more next pay. We have invited ('omrade Mor rish to l--ctar- here on the 28th September, aud are very anxious for him to come on that da'e, as we are sure to have a big crowd. Morrish crea'ed a good iuipression on tbe o -casion of his first visit, and we expect a larger crowd this time. It was bitterly cold last time he was here ; now we are having good wtuther, and the meeti g is sure to be productive of good re sults. 'The paper is. coming alright since I 1-tafc wrote.''
ADULTERATED BEER. TOOHEY DODGES THE LAW. BRIBES THE U.L.V.A. WHILE "JUSTICE" WINKS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
ADULTERATED BEER. 1 TOOHEY DODGES THE LAW. BRIBES THE U.L.V.A, WHILE 'JUSTICE' WINKS. Five or six years ago, in N.S.W. Assembly, W. \M Hughes, then M L. A. for Sydney- Lang, on an adjournment motion, charged Too'h & - 'o. with having systematically defrauded the revenue of very large amonnts for quite a number of years. He also showedj£hat every effort had failed to get a prosecu tion Btarted against the firm. The Justice Department had refused to J prosecute. A '^hamber magistrate wouldn't grant a summons, and an appeal to the Supreme Court failed to have the desired effect, In ad dition, the dailv papers suppressed all mention of these efforts to drag Tooth & Co. to the bar of Justice. When the guilt of the firm had been established' beyond doubt, they were allowed by the Depart ment to make good the amount of which they had defrauded he Go vernment, and the' matter was hushed up by the authorities. That was the case, as stated br Mr. Hughes to the Assembly, and he...
AT CAPITAL'S CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 September 1901
AT CAPITAL'S CAPITOL Ok Thursday of last week, the Senators struggled with the per plexities of the fearful Customs Bill, Puisford\ tremblingly de clared that a breach of international law would be committed if the Commonwealth should pass into law a clause prescribing a penalty of £100 for breakage or erasure of seals placed on oversea ships trad ing between ports, of the Common wealth The clause was inserted. &nbsp; In the House of Reprehensibles the Post and Telegraph Bill was further dealt with in Committee. Hughes moved to insert a pro vision to debar the employment of colored labor on boats carrying Commonwealth mails, with also a provision that such boats might employ all the colored slave labor they desired beyond the limits of &nbsp; the Commonwealth. Which makes it appear that Mr. Hughes only objects to the employment of colored slave labor in Australia because it is politic to do so. If Mr. Hughes and his party were sincere' they would nncompromis ingly de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
mE, IN8UBANCE POLICIES m, n On n CI Will oover your life for £Ioe against l^liC'IVlIllA tl CT death or pay LI per week for dUable ? ? M. ment. Tje Colonial Mutual Fire In surance Co., Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all claims retulting from BUBONIC j PLaGUE,. By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get this boon free of ' oharge together with the best mads and FlTrara garment in and ont of this die- j triot. We substantiate what we say by refunding your money if we failto please you. We understand our business, and that is why we speak plain. Ladies' Costumes from the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others can't approach. ? Gents' Suits, JH. For style, fit, and finish, they exeel. Others have tried to I imi'ate, but so far without snocess. j J. B. SHEPHARD, j Near A. J.S. Bank. 37a and 874Hunter St., Newca tie West. !: WHAT PEOPLE SAY: ? ? PllADI fCTMI'C photographs I UllHltLLO I UH O ARB TUB BEST. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful io x 12 Opal ? only ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
ARTIFICIAL, TEETH. Old Plates repaired & remodelled. BLACKALL & HUNT Chemists and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, and Kemp-Btreet, WallBend Mr, Blaokall may Be consulted ' at the Wallsend establishment on Tuesday and Friday afternons. \ I
OFFICIAL AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
OFFICIAL I AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST 1 LEAGUE. ? Headquarters : fl Mabx Hall, 251 Castlebeagh St., I Sydney. I object : I _ The establishment of a Co-opera- '? tive Commonwealth founded on the ,1 Collective Ownership of the Land and ? Means of Production, Distribution, :? and Exchange. ;? methods, a The industrial and political organi- I sation of the workers — mental and ? manual ; Distribution of Socialist '? Literature, Lectures on Socialism, also social, political, and industrial questions ; and, to attain our object (a Co-operative Commonwealth), the election of Socialists to Parliament Federal ? and State — and Municipal Councils. j Central Branch meets at Headquar ' quarters ' first Tuesday in the j month. Central Executive every Tuesday 8 fp.m. — Secretary, F. H. Drake. Lectures every Sunday night at 8 p.m., at Headquarters. Public Invited. Questions and discus cusion allowed time permitting. ' Musical Evening and Lecturette, First Sunday in each month. j Economic Class. — The Cl...
In Prosperous New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
In Prosperous New Sooth Wales. The Labor Commissioners report that on Ang. 31 11,020 men were registered as unemployed. When it is remembered that N.S.W. popula tion is only 1£ millions, and that certainly more than bO per cent, of the unemployed refuse to register at the Labor Bureau, the See Gov. methods of running the countrv do not appear to have had very satis factory results. A prosperous country, with 20,000 of its males workless out of a total population of 1,250,000, is a rather strong argument for a revolution in the methods by which the people are governed The remedy is that provided in the programme of the Socialist Labor Party, viz , Govern ment of the people, by the people, for the people, possible only in a Socialist Co-operative Common wealth. Mr. McGowen wants a State Bank that will lend money at low rates of interest to working-class,' people, in order to enable them to step into the ranks of the struggling middle-class shopkeepers. Seeing that it is only a matter ...
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
Waterloo Branch. A vert enjoyable concert and lecturette was held in the Alexan dria Town Hall on Friday, 13th, by the Waterloo Branch. Comrade Holland presided, and Comrade Thompson had charge of the lectu rette. Comrade Christensen opened the first part of the programme with 'She Wore a Wreath of Roses ' ; Mr. Herb Johnson sang a comic song on the ''Duty of a Wife,' and responded to an encore with 'In the Pale Moonlight'; Mrs. Drake conribnted a most charmiug song entitled, ' If All the Stars Were Mine'; Mr. Goodsell sang *'I Can't Change It,' and for an encore gave ' ince Barney O'Rafferty Gave Me the Saot.' Comrade Aldons' phonograph was highly appreciated by the andience. Comrade Christensen, assisted by Mr. Higgins, contributed a dumb comedy, entitled ' In the Surgery,' and for ten minutes had the audi enoe fairly convulsed with laughter. Comrade Thompson, in his lectu rette, ontlined the position the A.S.L. takes up in the political arena. Comrades Batho and Barlow ren dered ...
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
KERNELS. Sergeant Sydney Smith (of the N.S.W. Mounted Rifles in S. Africa) in a long letter to his father, the mayor of Orange, describes how he and some others nearlj fell into a trap, while steal ing poultry at a farmhouse, and j concludes : I must close now, as I am going to church this morn ing' Robbery, Mnrder, and — Church Mrs. Tomes, who was the first of the Tailoresses to move in the direction of forming the union, was last week taken to Little Bay Hospital, suffering with hemorrhage of the lungs. A relapse of an in fluenza attack, aggravated by overwork and long hours, -was the i cause. Hundreds Qf people have been arrested in Canada, so fearful are the Duke of York and the authori ties that an attack will be made on the life of England's future King, when he visits that portion of his dad's ' dominions beyond the seas.' Jobs See's ' Star ' is endeavor ing to deprive members of Par liament of the right to table adjournment motions. John's Gov. doesn't like the ugly things t...
Song of the Wage Slave. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
Song of the Wage Slave, j ? i | The land it is the landlord's, The traders is the sea. The ore the usurer's coffers fills — But what remains for me 3 The engine whirls for master's craft ; The Bteel shines to defend, With Labor's arms, what Labor earned, For Labor's foes to spend ; The camp, the pulpit, and the law 1 To rich men's sons are free ; Theirs, theirs the learning, art and arms — But what remains for me 3 The coming hope, the future day. When wrong to right shall bow. And hearts that have the courage, | man, To make that future now t I pay for all their learning ; . 1 toil for all their ease ; They render back, in coin for coin, Want, ignorance, disease. Toil, toil —and then a cheerless home, Where hnngry passions cross ; Eternal gain to them that give, To me eternal loss I The hour of leisured happiness The rich alone may see ; The playful child, the smiling wife — But what remains for me 3 They render back, those rich men, A pauper's niggard fee, Mayhap a prison — then a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 September 1901
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