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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

HARRY STEGGA and CO. for Dungaree Trousers ( est Ameriean) Moleskin Trousers , Workinst Shirts' and Funnels THE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. Poblisbsd mrj Batarday MoraJaf at KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, Comer York and Market- ste., SYDNEY, BUBBOBIPTIOH. Haw Seaih Walss. Ons Y«u (la alriM) u. OMOaita ,. u, Slacla Con .. .. Id; Other Ool«alss-U «d par qaartor, «s -sr nab England, Amnio* and otSsr oooairiM, Is mm |W, ADvaanauaviB. Sioale Iasartion—Hnt M; caohsabsi QQtnl Inch, It B|S«M anaainasats (or staaUng ooatraeto All communications, literary and busi nets, to be addressed, and cheques, P O, Orders, Postal Notes, etc., 'to be made p^rab e to a. E. HOLLAND, Managing A BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your Babecription has almost ex pired. Should yon still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal note to 'The Managing-Editor, The People, Kidman's Buildings, corner York and Mark-?t«treet0, Sydney.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

COOK & CO. OUR Summer Trade ii now moving ?long briskly, and wo are folly prepared .for a lurther expansion of oar Inae borineii Everything that is new, bright, and up-to-date will be fonnd at the ?' Eeon omis ' — it is always the best honse for hn«y goods. Face Keta are in fall prominenoe, also we sell them very cheaply. Pretty Cheneille Spotted Faoe Nets in black, white with pink spot, white with black spot; black with white spot, magpie, jackdaw, and complexion at every pnoe. GLOVES. Ladiea* White Glace Kid Olor », 4 pearl button*, 1/6 pair. Ladiet' White Castor Washing Gloves, with white and black points, i/ii. Ladies' Pure Austrian Kid Gloves, tan. brown, and black, stitch baoks, good fitting ind good wearing, /lx} pair Ladiee' French Kid Gloves at 2/1 1 and 8/lx pair, are unequalled for valne. Ladies' 4-bntton Lisle G'oves 6d pair. 'Ladle*' 4-bntton Imitadsn Suede, stitch back, i/- pair. Ladies' 4-lntton Taffetta Silk Gloves, braid baoks 1/3 pair. HOSIERY. Children's f...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INTERNATIONAL. (Translated from the French for London JUSTICE.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

THE INTERNATIONAL. (Translated from the French for London Justice.) Arise! ye starvelings from your slumbers ; Arise 1 ye criminals of want, For Reason in revolt now thunders, And at last ends the age of cant. Now away with all superstitions — Set vile masses, arise 1 arise 1 We'll change forthwith the old conditions, And spurn the dust to win the prize. Chorus ; Then, comrades, come, rally, The last fight let us face ; L'International6 Unites the humt»n race. No saviours from on high delKe-, No trust have we in prince or peer ; Our own right hand the chains must shiver — Chains of hitred, of greed, and fear. Ere the thieves will disgorge'their booty, And to all give a happier lot, Each at the forge must do his duty And strike the iron while it's hot. We're tricked by laws and regula tions, Our taxes strip us to the bone, The rio'i enjoy the wealth of na« tions, But i he poor naught can call their own. Long have we in vile bondage lan guished, Vet we equal are, ev'ry one ; No rights...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TWO SPECTRES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

THE TWO SPECTRES. ] (By Maroabbt McMilla*, in the ' Clarion.') Roy trudged across the wold. It was growing dark already, and he was far from any human dwelling. His heart was heavy. He had left his mother and sisters j yesterdty, and they had cried because he was going away — perhaps never to le- j turn. For people don t air ways return irom battle. Roy was a soldier, and a very brave one. But one thinks of a great many things when one walks alone in the twilight. Night fell, But a clear, calm night, full of stars. The scarred hills looked al most beautiful, with streams like narrow ribbons falling over them. And above, what a wonderful jewelled solitude ! Roy lay down on on the heather — which was so tall that it almost covered him like a counterpane — and looked at the deep velvet blue above with its throb bing stars. And then he wished — he was a very sim- - pie ignorant young fellow, though brave as a lion, as indeed simple people often are. Well, he wished he was not going to j...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A REV. TRADUCER OF SOCIALISM. AN ATTACK BY A PREACHER WHO WOULDN'T BE INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

A REV. TRADDeBR OP SOCIALISM. , AN ATTACK BY A PREACHER WHO WOULDN'T BE INTER VIEWED. Satubdav'b daily papers so'emnlv annouDced that the Bev. W. Ptubbs would cn 1 unday morning dilate on the subject of ' Are we saved by environment — a reply to Sociilum,' and on SaQday morning a moat unusual thing happened. We went to church — that is, Comrade Proud and I went 1 to charch at the Centcnarv Hall — the place coal-sweater Vickery holds a big mortgage dvo-. Some day, when Vicbefy fights with the Wesleyans, sa ne as he fights with 'his' miners, I reckon it'll be a real cold time Ear Christ and his fo lowers 1 he fellow who holds the mortgage stands to »core every time. But that's digressing. We went to church — and what went we for to see ? Why, we went to eee the Rev. Mr, Stubbs. and to bear him de'iver his ' reply to Socialism.'* And we were diaap pointed—both of us. Thero was no reply to ooialism, for the t-imple reason tha' the preacher didn't understand ^bcialisin. What a pity it iB...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. WATERLOO BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

THE BRANCHES. WATERLOO BRANCH. The members of this Branch are requested to attend the meet ing on the 23rd January, at 159 Wyndham-street, Alexandria, at 7.30 p.m. Business : To audit the last half-yearly accounts ; Election of Officers ; Enrolment of new members. A. B, Proud, Hon. Sec. On Sunday night la it H. E. Holland spoke at Marx Hall, on ' Some Queer Trade Union Developments.' The attendance was good. — 0 — On Sunday evening Morrish and others talked to a big crowd at the corner of Bathurst-street, Sydney. ?—0— At their meeting on Wednes day of last week, our comrades of the International Socialist Club voted £2 towards the Socialist Press Fund. Many thanks. — o— On Wednesday evening last a meeting was held at Balmain, Comrade Aldous in the chair. Holland was the first speaker, and the crowd that gathered was a large one. The meeting went along swimmingly un til a ligtning-calculator book seller planked his stand in the midst of our crowd, and commenced operations, dividing t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PATRIOT'S PAY! MEMORY OF THE McSHARRY HORROR. OUR FEDERAL PREMIER. REFLECTIONS ON HIS INTEGRITY BY THE CROWN SOLICITOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

A PATRIOT'S PAY ! I MEMORY OF THE McSH ARR'S HORROR. OUR FEDERAL PREMIER. REFLECTIONS ON HIS IN TEGRITY BY THE CROWN SOLICITOR, i An interesting document, which is rather a revelation concerning Australia's Noblest Son and the McSharry crime, has landed in The People office. It reveals to a nicety the exact amount of confidence the Crown Law officers repose in the integrity and hon esty of our first Federal Premier. This document is dated October 13, 1898, and contains ' a state ment of the various steps in the case of McSharry v. the Railway Commissioners (Cootamundra Gundagai contract), respecting the appointment of Arbitrators.' Now, the first interesting item in this precious document is'over the signature of ' H. P. CURTIS, Managing Common-Law Clerk.' On the 22nd June, 1896, they were about to go before Mr. Bar ton to fix a dav for the hearing, and Mr. Curtis says : ' Mr. McLaughlin told me that he had talked over the matter of fees informally with Mr. Barton, who wished to kno...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our General Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

Our General Secretary. On Friday evening last, after an absence of seven or eight months, Comrade C. M. Barlow paid a short visit to Sydney, and was present at Marx Hall during part of Sunday evening. We were all glad to note the progress Barlow is making ; and — what is more gratifying still — our very good comrade, Dr. Ercole, to whoBe skilful treatment he owes his re covery so far, is more than satis fied with hiB patient's condition. The one general regret was that C.M.B. could not remain and give ub the benefit of his talents during the forthcoming campaign. On Tuesday he left for Bowral, where he intends to remain for some time, having now left the Queen Victoria Home. His future ad dress will be ' care of Southern Tailoring Company, Bowral.' John F. Tabrett writes to the daily press that he witnessed the following, incident during the Commonwealth procession : 'A fireman offered the officer in charge of, I think, one of the Im perial Scotch Regiments a glass of water he indig...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE—O! [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

SMOKE— O l I (By Paul Jones.) Secretary Moroney will have, ere this, duly reported his Richmond tour. I may perhaps remark that his trip was success ful in every way. A scene arises before me. I see a grassy knoll by the peaceful waters of Shaw's Bay. The sweet strains of an ac cordeon catches my ear andthere nriAn fha TTvaan atrourl J ufwu wuggioou ow-uu tuts 111 irepiu Moroney gyrates and gambols through the intricacies of the ' first sets.' In the variouB flank and forward movements he cuts nearly as graceful a figure as a French dancing master. Com rade Hahnsbein, who accom panied Moroney on the tour, didn't dance ; he went in search of the hairy tarantula and the philosopher's stone. About 25 persons attended the picnic and some were not there who would rather have been there than any where else. Now it is all a memory. By this time Moroney will have resumed his dutieB and his responsibilities, and friend Hahnsbein will have arranged and classified the various roots, plants, pe...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

lip' ? v : :i-ujra£® fef; - MAITLA D SOAP, I8LINOTOW, -'Mi®??* i r ' Aewmmodatum for Boarten E§M ' TOOBJflM HI' 8, COLLARS. 8HIBT3 J? A)to. m up-bMUte HAT, ' l-W- :'V.g;5 *gr ' fep^fc^BRTT' HORLBR, ? ' 1«7 HUHTEB 81RBKT. : B R A T E, goluitor.Ae. Oont CfaaabMi, Bolton StaMt, . -I ???'?y' fo'' NeweaatU . ? '? nrniUBT MONEYS to land— on BmI BftgraV'- X or Pemnul Stoaifty. JAHB8 ? DAXtT, SdUoitor, Ao-, CommiwiODer for AfldaviU, Bol ton-street ^eireaatlt. wBifii 'XXT A- RKID, SOLICITOR fto. fte K§S^ W O'TBiniwViner for Aftdanrit* BOI/roK STREET NcwcMtle. t 1 iBUSI MONKY8 to Lend at eurren ?Sp., X Batee. Mr. w. H. BAKES, Soli or, ete.j Oommluioner for the Anatora U— Qoto mm. Bolton-atreet, Heweaatle ?' A BBOTT ud WOOD, Solicitor*, & A. J. ARTHUR* WOOD, VoUry ?. ..? ?? - Ftabtio. Wood'* Chamber*. Scott* tr»et, - 'Binw tile. Money to tend in Urge or lib , rflHE INTERN ATIOSAL B»' X SOCIALIST CLUB, KidmanY - BsOdinp, oorner York and Market-vtf ^ner. All leading Europe tn and Ameri. ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PARTY FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

THB PARTY FOR THB 7 PEOPLE. The mass of toilers who produce the surplus value of the commu nity ; the wealth producers, who are responsible for., the supply of the primordial necessities of life ; the class that works hard and lives hard ; the class that pro duces wealth for the idle few and a bare subsistence for itself ; the politically-powerful olass, the voting majority that could carry all before it were it claBScon sciouBly organised ; this class is supposed to be patriotically and ardently interested in the great Federal mystery. The capitalist press is doing its beet to lash the people's enthu siasm to the surface and distri bute the voting power down . the safe channel of party political strife. The leading dailies recog nise but twopartieis. That which ralji'V^round Reid, the apostle of a policy that calls itself Freetrade but, on the admission of its leader, is but so in name alone, and the other — the crowd of Protectionists and ultraProtec tectibnists, gathered round th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM ON THE RICHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. II. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

SOCIALISM ON THE RICHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. i ? ' ? ? MX,... The Sunday following the Coraki meeting was* spent at '*\)mki whero, after having in dulged luxury of swimming in the river, we had the pleasure of meeting a large crowd of our friends. The river is beautiful ; it's banks are lined wilh splendid willows, and miles of waving corn adorn the rising uplands. Monday, (New Year's eve) we treked once more. Our next point of attack being Lismore, called by its owners ' The Queen City.' It is a very pretty little town, well laid ont and having the proud distinction of being the metropolis of the Richmond. There the heat ia great, owing to the town being situated in a valley Burronnded by hills. Altogether it is a very bnsy centre. The man who went fishing at Casino had to open the meeting, but didn't turn up ; per haps he was still waiting for the fish to bite. 'The army of Booth, Limited, had the principal street position, as usual, bo we decided to wait till they had f...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STRAIGHT ROAD FOR THE WAGE-WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

A STRAIGHT ROAD FOR THE WAGE-WORKERS. [ ? I IN a recent number of the | ' Social Democrat,' H. B. Ash plant writes interestingly con cerning the attitude of the Social ist Labor Party in Canada. He takes the S.L.P. of the United States as the model for a fighting organisation because it wages un ceasing warfare against the numerous humbugs that are calculated to side-track the im portant issues of CLASS solidarity at the polls. He reckons that the experiences of our American comrades have an educational value to Socialists the world over, not only in its attitude to wards the capitalistic class but in regard to its disciplinary edu cation of the members of its party regarding : — (1.) Oo-operative colony swin dles, such as the Ruskin Colony fiasco. (2.) Reactionary reform pro grammes that ignore the re volutionary principles in econo mic evolution. (3.) The fakir in trade unionB (such as Sfeath, Smith, Hughes and company), who has been the obnoxious 'skunk' in the working class move...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALMAGUNDI. THE LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 January 1901

SALMAGUNDI. (By O.K.) THE LIVUS. O e tiling necesaary, above all othera, ?aid Mr- Seddon, is t) get a eloaer con nection between Australia and New Zealand by reducing the distance- By this j lLean we it tut get faster veiiels. When we seoore reueli of tbe Lucas ia or Campania olau — more eapecially during the mmmer months— which would, perhap, mean that passenger* would only be two nights on shipboard, then the voyage aoroee will- be little more than a pleasure trip, When that tine eomes there will be an interchange of the two peoples astounding and as tonishing. There may yet be a Common wealth and New Zealand Federal steam service, I wonld not hesitate to enter into a partnership to-morrow for that purpose. THB DUD. In regard to Mr. Seddon's suggestion that the Commonwealth and New Zealand might with advantags enter into an arrangement for a faster steamship service, Mr. Barton observes that Mr, Seddon's ideas are entirely acceptable to the Federal Government, bnt he has not Che s...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

' The People' Office FOR LABOR PRINTING. OYMRTJ AJA- BYTH. Globe Hotel THORN STREET, NEWCASTLE, .8.W. lha Best Bran s 'of Spirit*, Wines, and Beers on hand. Good accomm a io . Charge* Moderate. WILLIAM EDWARDS, Pbopbistob, ? * TERMINUS .HOTEL, KEMP STREET, WALL SEND. A. YOCNG. Proprietor. Good Table Kept. Eveiy accommodation for Travellers* FIR8T -CLASS STABLING FOB HORSES. GOOD THINGS , ^ tFOR THE PEOPLE! KENSINGTON BAKING POWDER. Rosebud Butter. AND People's Tea. Ask for Them of all Grocers. 0 to PIKE'S for Poot« and shoes, VT And pay to PIKE a free man's dues W hat's in a name ? Why I WALTER PIKE A well-known name, that if yon like L. ires just aa long aa any. ot'.ier T that tries Monopoly to smother. E mpirei may fade — Industry never, B 'emember, PIKE'S BooU last_for ever, A boot well made Sy Local Labor P oaaeaaea worth to every neighbor, I mportant fact this— unsurpassed, K eep PIKE in view unto the ''last,' E mploy his skill, foa work prepare, His boots will please you every...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM ON THE RICHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. III. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

SO (SIALISM ON THE RieHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. — o— III. Ok the following Friday the last meet ing of the tour was h--ld at Ti-it nbar* A dance was again held cut as a bait to lure the joung fellows from the surrounding farms : and a very fair crowd turned up. Paul Jones occupied the chair. Once more, we found some of the dancers — o ily a few of tbem — were anxious for the leoture to finish, whie the lariie* were again most appreciative' Paul made a heat little ip-ech ; he ihou d coi tinuo at it More sub* were obtained for The Piofle, and some warm' promises of support for our candidate* were given. We went away for £ holid y and a cha ge, and we were delighted with the trip all round. To talk to farmers about Socialism and cla*s-con*oious res did not seem an eaiy task— but we did it. Tbe people we had to talk to are largely giving up sugar growing, Knox's Company having bled tbem of a!l hai was postible - t extrac tion The few who are continuing it must coon give it best...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. SOME EVERY-DAY FACTS [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. V I SOME EYERY-DAY FA0TS (Compiled by ?? Okkoa-') I Lr one of the largest Biscuit Factories in the metropolitan area, girls over 20 years of age work 48 hours per week for the magnificent rum of seven and eight shil lings. —0— Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the American multi-millionaire, who does no work, has written an article for one of tbe maga zines, nnder the head of ' The Duty of Thrift ' No comment required. — o — Two shareholders— no, I mean miners had their heads smashed into pulp on the 14th instant at the Proprietary Mine Broken Hill, by a skip weighing nearly a ton falling from the ' flying-fox ' line. It appears they heard it coming and tried to avoid it, but foiled to do so. While the victims were both single men the chances are that they had some one depending on them whose income will now eease,- Meanwhile, It is satisfactory to reflect that dividends will not be affected in any way, — o— On the gth in«tant a fettler named Alfred Evans was tricycling alo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

'The People.' Subs !;eokived Balmain, Is ; C.R., Broadwater, Is ; C.J., Balmain, 2s ; — .P., Carinda, 4s ; — .Y., Is ; — -.T., Balmain, Is ; T.R., Slorpeth, 3b ; G.R.P., Hinton, Is ; J.W., Surry Hill, Is ; T.B, Red fern, IT; R.B., Sydney, Is ; S.S., Pjrmont, 4b ; H.J.L.,Leichhardt, 2s ; H.O., Darling Point, 1b ; T.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Election Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Federal Election 6am* palgn Pond. Previously acknowledged, £13 9s Od. S.C.C., Is. Total £13 10s Od.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club . By William Scholl McClure. (Beprinted from ' The People ' Library, New York.) (Continued.) It is the reductio ad abeurdum of capitalistic production. And yet we are told it is the exhausting brain-work and farseeing sagacity of the capitalist which entitles I him to filch from the workers such | a disproportionate share of the product 1 Verily, ' The rich man is wise in bin own conceit ; bub the poor that hath understanding searcheth him out.' There anomalies might bt. multi plied indefinitely. They are patent on every side to anyone who looks beneath the surface of events. Not merely normal features, they oan be shown to result inevitably from the present constitution of society. When, therefore, the up holders of such a travesty of common sense throw stones at the Socialists, calling them disoon tended cranks and visionaries in capable of logical thought, it is at times difficult to decide whether to be most indignant or amuse...

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