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KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

KERNELS. 'The Bulletin' devoted a column of its space during the Federal Election Campaign to booming Mr. W. M. Hughes. The ' B.' also published the gentle man's photo. Perhaps the boom was a paid advt. Perhaps it was merely one of those eccentric and Aiie&fjuuMuiD wuuuico (iuiki vuttiau' tetise ' Bulletin ' policy. How ever, the pink-covered paper must feel gratified now when it reads the 'DT.' assurance that the ' Bulletin's ' oapitali-it opponents can depend on Mr. Hughes *o vote against the ' Bulletin's ' capitalist friends, when his correct business — if he were a working cNss delegate — would be to fight both of them. Editor Gnlktt, of the 'D.T.,' who is weeping and wailing whole columnsful at a time because of the injustices of the tariff, smoodged round with the Bill-boosters when the shackles were being fastened on Australia's working-class limbs He then aided and b.esned the cor rupt Barton Gang he is now paid to curse. The People baa no room this week for 'Lubrici...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEPPER AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

PEPPER AND SALT. The Complusory Arbitration Bill is going to be passed into law bv the State House of .Landlords and Capitalists, Lacy Callen's hysterics notwithstanding. They are now convinced it is in the in terests of Capitalists. Listen to Heydon, the lawyer, who had to some time ago : — Mr. Heydon believed the Bill would have a beneficial effect. He was amazed that the Labor party had accepted it, as it meant great sacri fices on their part. Well might he be amazed. Sac rifices on their part ! Not much. Tis the workers they have saori fieed to Capitalism. Nearly all the factories and ware houses are stacked with goods, -vhioh are now being unloaded on the fool crowd, -wiih the tariff prices added. In some cases they won't piy dnties for a year, yet the prices are lifted just the same. Dixon & Co., Tobacco manu fnot -rers, mnst have paid nearly £10,000 duties on the low scale before the Federal Tariff came into force, and had the excise reduced 6d for tour mqpths. Bat' 1...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUTULENT LUNACIES AT THE TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

LOTOL£rtT LUNACIES ? ♦ AT THE TRADES HALL. At the Sydney Labor Council meeting on Thursday evening of last week the atmosphere was thick and murk/. P rat trouble came when a depu tation that had waited on the manager of some tin-pot canning oon«Brn submitted its report. It appeared some men b^d been dis missed by the 'boss,' and they alleged their dismissal was dne to the fact that they had taken a prominent part in the formation of a nevq| union of canuter-makers, who demanded 8a. per day. The manager had denied that the formation of the union had had anything to do with the dismissal of the men, and alleged a very eerions reason in the case of one man. Mr. Bozall ;declared that the 8» asked by the new union was really a blackleg rate. The Tinsmiths' Union had always demanded 10a as meatwork prices, and had had considerable tronble with most of those establishments. ANOTHER GKIBVASCB. ^ Mr. Moroney complained that the deputation appointed to wait on the Minister for, Lrbor in conne...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TARIFF AND THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

THE TARIFF AND THE WORKERS. The Capitalist press of Australia and every professional politician, reformer and fakir have joined in an aggravated chorus of sympathy for' the work i i g olasaes,' because of the appalling amount of suffering they will have to en lire an ter the new Australian tariff. I' i* remark- _n. i .1 ? ? i i ? aoie now inewi peupie uecumo oou oerned abont ' t he poor ' and the ' workiuii-olnHs' at 'in ea t.f political turmoil, aud the present ia a folid illnst ration of the tactics all capital ist politician* will noi hesitate to adopt to tither win or retain place and pay and power. Mr. Reid's wild whoop against the wrongs the ta'iflfc *ill horl down, avalanche-like, upon the worker ia not more than 'he at tempt of a slippery, dishonest cpi'alist poliiican to step into the shops of a rival capitali: t politician. He knows that, under the abortive Federal Const it utitv a* it stands — an instrument that his own unacru pnlousness helped to fasten on the authinking...

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

NOTICE. ? , ? &. To Members, A.S.L. Comrades — The proposal submitted to a general vote of the Members of the League by the General Executive, in connection , with ' The Peopie,' has resulted in an unanimous vote in favor of the recommendation. All members of the League who have pledged themselves to contribute to the Presa Assistance fund are re quested to forward the amounts to the General Secretary not later than Monday of each week, aa 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. Tours fraternally, Jas. O. Mosonet, Gen. Sec. COUNTRY ORDERS . . FOB JOB PRINTING. Will Receive our Prompt Attention. — :o: — It Voo blu* In ths Countvy, if You Want to 8«lp TfiH pbopiiH, It You Want Good Wovk, 'JUST DROP US A LINE We'll attend to the rest. THE PEOPLE ' PRINTBRY, 16 GEOKGE-STRBET WEST, SYDNEY:

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOMEN'S REPLY TO THE MANUFACTURERS. HUNDREDS OF WOMEN AT THE TRADES HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

THE WOMEN'S REPLY TO TEE MANUFACTURERS. HUNDRED * OF WOMEN AT THB TRADES HAUL Thk best, reply that onld be given to the masters' statement? recently appearing in the dailv press was the crowded and enthusi astic gathering of women workers at the Trades Hill on Tuesday evening last. From ? o'clock on ward, the women streamed into the largest ball in Gonlbutn-stxvet building, while the male unionists stood open-mouthed and wide-eyed. and wo&de-ea what naa coveted the trarvellaas change in the possi btl ties of orguiising female labor. By 7.4o the large hal' was packed in every corner, every aisle was crammed, and still thej c&me. Hundreds of chairs were hastily pu-loiae4 from other parts of the building, all the vanoos unices readily giving up their sea-Ting accommodation for the taitoesses. Then a» aborning small hail was j ecueaged, aid niWd rapidly, the j officers taking up a position in the j deceway bet wren ti-e two balls. Many who appeared after $ had to content...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

Organising eommlttee. FIXTURES. Domain. — Chair: Batho. Speakers : Holland and Morrish. Attend Hall at 2.30; take papers, Ac. to Domain. P. Christenaen and Isaacs. North Shore. — Mount Street, Sat urday night. opeakera: J. Neill and A. Thomson. Organising Committee — All mem bers are urgently requested to at tend on Wednesday night next at Marx Hall.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOULD THE TRAM. WAY MEN STRIKE? McGOWEN SAYS, "UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES." TREACHERY OF A PROFESSIONAL POLITICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

SHOULD THE TRAM* WHY MEN STRIKE? ? ♦ ? McGOWEN 8AYS, 'UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES.' TREACHERY OP A PROFES SIONAL POLITICIAN. When a body of workers are sub mitting to an employer or employers a dembnd for an increased share of the wealth created by their labor, it is essential that unanimity should prevail and that no delegate present display any sign of wavering. Otherwise the case is in danger of becoming hopelessly weakened, and the workers defeated. On Tuesday of this week, a deputation fron* the Tramway Em ployees approached the Minister for Railways with regard to a demand for a 48 hours' working week. The Bail ways and tram wars are nominally the property of the people of New South Wales, although they are ao'ually admit is tered for the capitalists. That being so, the member of the capitalist class occupying the position cf Minister for Rail cays it really the representative ot and chief supervisor for the capitalists. He is, to all in tents and purposes, in exactly the same posi...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

Press Pond. J.H., 2s; A.S., 2s 6d; J.O.M., Is; Mrs S.C.C., 6d ; -.C.C., 2s; J.M.McD, 2s; P. ., Is: Mrs. P. C, Is ; C.C.. Is ; M.K., 3s ; H.O., 2s; P.F.. 6d; W.T.. Is ; JJ.M., 2s; G.H.G., 2s; H.K, & 6d; D.A., Is; 'V.W.S., Is; A.R., is; K.K, 2s.; W.B., 2-; J.S., 6d ; A.T., 2s; May Day, 2s;F.HD, Is; D.C., 5s; H.M, 3s; G.K., 2s ; A.S., Is; RH. Is; per D. McN, West Wallsend, 5s.

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

Wl R£n-, SOLICITOR to. *e C Tf.winnii for AAdavHi SOLT^X STREIT. Xtraatte. - THE PEOPLE ' PRINTERY Executes Every Description of JOB PRINTING.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

Federal Taxation. The shrieking of the Capitalist press and the politicians about the heavy tariff taxation, is only hembug the unthinking workers are expected to swallow, an usual. The Peop.e files, during the whole Federal agitation, and the declara tions ot tne socialist UaDor farcy in itB first political fight, will show that the Socialist facts are once more proved correct. Under the Federal Constitution, as adopted by the Australian people, we pointed out that a tariff of £9,000,000 wonld be necessary to pay back to the States the money required for their needs, and to do it high duties would have to be imposed. There was, we declared, an alternative — tbe imposition of direct taxation, bat we recognised that the fapi taiisc uovernmenc ana r aruameuc would not resort to direct taxation. Barton and Co. are only doing what Reid and Co. would do — and must do — if ia their places If sufficient revenue is not obtained, the Federal Government will throw on the States the responsibi...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN PARENTHESIS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

IN PARENTHESIS. [By Paul' Jonbs.] Single-Tasks Pabkell reviews Max Hirsch's new book 'Demo- cacy v. Socialism ' in the ' D.T.' of 5th inst. It is, however, more of an appreciation than a review and is worthless as a critique. 'Farrell approaches his subject with such a zealous prejudice that his opinion concerning the book is utterly valueless. Of course, I most admit that I am not com petent to pass an opii-ion on Hirsch's production, since Ihavenot. read it ; but when Farre.ll tells me t*iat Earl Marx's theory of value is knocked endways by this wonder ful Melbonrniau, I confess to being somewhat sceptical. Hirsoh con tends—so Farrell tells ns — that (' -so who opposed Henry George's theories wrote under- the influence of an imperfect comprehension of what George's teaching really was. Judging from Fan-ell's panegyrical, review, I should infer- that Hirsch writes under an imperfect compre hension of what Marx's theory really was. I must, however, leave ' Democracy v. Socialism ' t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY BOSSES. AND THE EIGHT-HOURS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

RAILWAY BOSSES. AND THE eiGHT-HOURS DAY. In their attempt to secure a working day of eight hoars, the , 54 boar mea of the tramway ser vice have against them not only the Hailway Commissioners, bat, without exception, the whole of the daily papers of Sydney, con gpicaoas amoag which is the I See, and ranking as the official mouth-organ of the present Go vernment. Now, the moat objectionable fea tnre in connection with this tram way matter was the Chief Com missioner's threat, that, if the men refined to submit to the present o nditions, he had 3000 men ready to take their places. In all pro bability that statement was a hap hazard falsehood fiat, whether it containad the elements of truth I or otherwise, it was an impertinent I and brutal statement to make, and I the man who made it might hare paused to ask himself h w long the people of New S mth Wales would tolerate a system of scabbing under I the auspices of the Commissioners. If the tramway men have erred at all, they have erre...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
And Why Not. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

And Why Not. King Edward is good to his American subjects. He even com mends their 'loyalty' in giving tithes to the English government. Some of the 'loyal and dutiful' Americans have resented this way of putting things. They were per iecciy willing to give noapi m Buipn to assist British Capitalism in its attempts to' swing all lands into the capitalist lockstep. They were willing for this pnrpose to part with a little of the wealth they had stolen from the American working class. But they resent, or try to make p»ople think they resent, the words 'Of h' Alfred h'Edward, Gawd save the King, when he speaks in such a way as to show that he looks apon the United States as a deuendency of Great Britain. Why should he not? Mr. Astor draws a few million dollars a year from this country, ««*] 1«. l«a i\nk ll*«w*#va in r\ln n nnlf. auu UCJpa uui blliugo au urn u uug land Thousands of other Anglo maniacs do likewise. English trade and American Trade are bound np together in the great work o...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sedition Among the Kaffirs. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

Sedition Among the Kaffirs. { The following from John See's jingo ' Star ' is worth reading : — ' The serious allegations made by several speakers at a political meeting at Newcastle, Natal, have doub'less received the attention of the Secretary for Native flair*. Not only do Mr. Johnston and Dr. Gabbins state most emphatically that the more educated classes among the natives are openly se ditious in their talk, but the state ment is confirmed by the Rev. Mr. Dewar, who is a missionary him pelf, and therefore presumably both free from prejudice against the natives as natives, and likely to be well informed (writes a Natal paper,) In the Cape colony we find something ..f the same spirit, prevailing among a section of the natives. ' Imvo,' (the Kaffir paper) for instance, baB been suppressed by the military authorities. It is to be regretted that in many in stances education only produces arrogance in the native, and fosters discontent. Tne loyalty of the vast majority of natives, how...

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

To Correspondents All matter intended for insertion in current week's issue of The People must reach this office before 6 p.m. on Monday. Write legibly, and on one sidu of the paper only. Write with black ink on white paper, with plenty of space between toe linen. See that your letters are properly stamped. The office is frequently penalised because of deficient postage on its correspondence. W.F., Glebe.— Note received. That will be all right. Tailoresoes' benefit Booial in aid of Mrs. Tomes has resulted in £8 10s 6d bring cl --ared on first settle ment — with more to come.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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C. M. BARLOW. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

6. M. BARLOW. Mou than a decade back, I first met C. M. Barlow in the rooms of the Sydney Typo. Society. He was then but a lad, and I not much more. We were both ont of work, and I had a proposal for an effort on the part of the unemployed comps. to start a paper on cooper ative lines. Barlow was a member of the Committee appointed to report on the matter : and. fortu nately, perhaps, for everybody con cerned, the enterprise didn't work. From that time, we became fast friends, and latter on' were associ ated, with others, in a stricken little ventnre called ' The Liberal,' which lived for just three months withont even securing a constitu ency of readers — and then died painfully and emphatically. When, a few years afterwards, I had the misfortune to drift into a proprie tory concern that had purchased the ' Australian Workman,' Bar low was one of the comps. employed in that office ; and when The Socialist made its appearance, and during the years of its desper ate stragglings and s...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREAKERS AHEAD FOR THE C.E.F. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

BREAKERS AHEAD FOR THE O.E.F. A Delegate Board meetiBg was held on October 10th, to consider thr trouble at East Greta. It appears that some time ago the Board authorised the district offi cers to try and organise the East Greta men into a lodge, which they have done, with the result that out of a total of about 8 0 they have got 251 names on tbe books. A s soon as this was done, the manager (Mr. Thomas) dis charged' 11 men, including the local officers. The motion passed at the Board, and adopted by several of the Lodges next day, was to instruct the district officers 1 to endeavor to get the men rein stated, and, failing1 that, to have the authority to request the miners to cease work. Another trouble has sprung up at West Wallsend. One hundred and fifty men and boys have re ceived 14 days' notice, the alleged reason being that the Company has not got trade enough to keep them employed. It is also reported that at Hetton there it a possibility of trouble, through the manager's act...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COALOPOLITAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

COALOPCLITAN NOTES. ? a ? It ia traly remarkable the loose frip some workers have of their duties and responsibilities. The '. notice of motion from West Walls ?snd, affirming tne prinoiple that the mines' inspectors should be ap appioved by a great majority of the lodges. Yet one or two re jected the motion, probably be cause deep down in their hearts they felt that their moral and in tellectual standard was unequal to the mighty task of grappling with ench a momentous question. Stockton Lodge said it was un reasonable. Quite so. Sea Pit rejected it because— well, Sea Pit rejects everything thai savours of a change. ?iust imagine a lodge which forms an integral part of the Col liery Employees Federation reject ing a motion which would give them, to a certain extent, control of the mines' inspector, when one of the principle objects of the C.E. P. embodied in their constitu tion is the ' Nationalization of the Coal Mines.' Surely if it is un reasonable to control the appoint - merit...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 19 October 1901

C. J.D., Boonoo Boonoo, Is ; J.D., Victoria Park, 4s ; West Wallsend subs, 5s ; W.S., Smedmore, 4s ; J.M.. Islington, 3a 6d ; F.H.T., Waratah, Is; W.W., Waratah, Is; 8.C., Waratah, Is; F.P., Waratah. 6d; A.H., Waratah, la; E.J.B., Islington, Is ; F.E., Islington, 3s ; J.S.. Sorry Hills, 1b; W.J., Mor pet.h, ts; B.T., Morpetb, 2s; W.R.P., Hinton, Ss; J.H., Mor peth, Is ; — D., North Sydney, 2s ; A B., Leiohbardt, Is; G.O., Bal lioa, 2s ; R.M., Alstoneville, 4s ; W.C., Graftoo, 4p; P.C.V., Gra hamstown, 2s; A. A., Nambucca Heads, 2s. If your paper is blue-marked, your sub. is overdue. , '

Publication Title: People
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