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"Black" Bakers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

' Black ' Bakers. Thb Bakers' Union gives pro mise of' an effective campaign against the sweaters in the baking trade, and have commenced to hold meetings for that purpose. On Saturday night a public meeting was held at Balmain, when the establishment of Mr. Boss was specially dealt with, and the announcement was made that the proprietor in question was prepared to lose £1 a week on bread in his various shops, knowing that he would make it up on the groceries retailed. Ono speaker reminded the andience that cheap labor, in the baking trade more especially than in any other trade, meant dirty labor. The unionists of Balmain were appealed to to collectively re fuse to deal off this man, and a re solution condemning the introduc tion of non-union labor in Ross's bakery was carried For the information of Socialists and unionists, The: People is arranging to publish a weekly list of 'black' bakers.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Organising Committee. Every Member who can, should attend This Meeting on MONDAY NIGHT NBXT, Nov. 25, at 8 p.m. G. Isaacs, Secretary.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

? Waterloo Branch. , ? w ? , On Tuesday night last an open air meeting eventuated at the corner of Botany and Henderson roads. Comrade R. Christenson opened, followed by Comrade Pen- ? nington. Both speakers placed the ! Socialist position clearly before those present. At the conclusion of out-door meeting members adjourned to the Town Hall, Alexandria, to hold their usual fortnightly meeting. Comrade Pennington was voted to the chair, and, after disposing of routine business, the following mo tion was discussed : — ' That in the opioion of thiB meeting no parsons should be eligible for membership in the Australian Socialist League who serve in the military, militia, or filling any sach function.' The motion was well discussed, and, when pat to the vote, the majority were found to be favorable. It will now be forwarded on for considera tion of next conference. Trf People readers are noti fied that their papers are never posted later than Friday, and should be delivered by first mail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

1 HE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. Published erery Batarday Morning »t 16 GEO RQ-JBi ST. WEST SYDNPY, SUBSCRIPTION. Hew Booth Wales. One Tear (in advanoe) .. U One Quarter .. .. If. Biagle Oopj. .. .. Id; Other Oolenlee— la 8d per quarter, 6e per year, Jngland, America, ana other oonntriea, H per **'' — — ADVBBTISBMENIS. Blagle iBiertloo— First tooh, Js 6d ; eaeh «ch»» qaent Inoh, ls(d. Special anaasements for standing eontraots All' commonieai ions, literarv and busi neas, to beaddrrssed, and cheques, P O Orders, Postal Notes, etc , to be made payab e to H. E. HOLLAND, Managing Editor. TBUST' MONEYS to lend— on Beat or Personal Security, JAMES DART, Solicitor, &o., Commissioner fo Affidavits, Bolton-street Wewcaatle. HE INTEBN ATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB, Kidman'* Buildings, corner York and Market-sta Sydney. All leading Europe »n and Ameri can Socialist organs a d magasines are filed for Members' nse. Committee meets every Wednsdar at 8 p m. THE PEOPLE Printery F...

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Economic Glass. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Economic @lass. ? . Owing to the inclemency of the weather, the attendance of mem bers last Sunday was not quite up to the average. The chapter deal- 1 ing with the ' Sphere of the State ' was continued from last meeting. Mr. Batho acted as leader, and the olasB discussed at some length Gronlund's contention that society was an organism. This chapter, ' Sphere of the Sta'e,' will be con tinued at next meeting, when all members are requested to attend and also bring friends.

Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

WA.REID, SOLICITOR. &o. Ac Commissioner for Affidavits BOLTON STBEET Newcastle. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Worker*

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General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

General Executive. j This Committee- met on Friday ( night last. Present : Messrs. j Thomson, Batho (chair), Carson, j Holland, Drake, Isaacs, Secretaiy | Moroney, and Treasurei*Cla- ke. [ The weekly ' People ' Printery j report was received, accounts passed , for payment, etc. Certificate of membership together with declara tion forms were received. -After the transaction of routine business the meeting adjourned till Friday 'evening next.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Press Assistance Pond. When the vote of members of the A.S.L. was taken sdme time baok, re ' The People,' promises and pledges were made to contribute certain fixed sums weekly, and on that understanding the general executive accepted a certain respon sibility So far tbe promises have been fairly well kept, thongh some members are apt to torget that ab solute regularity in the payments is necessary not later than Monday in each week. Will members make a note of this 1 The outlook and prospects of ' The People ' and business were never brighter, though requiring care and attention all the time. Jae. O. Mobonxt, Gen. Secretary.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORKlNG-CLASS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

I THE WORKING-CLASS ISSUE. K (From a Speech by B. F. Keihabd). The Socialist Labor Party holds that the wage-earners's condition can only be bettered by his having more wealth, more wages, and it also holds that more wages, more wealth, cannot be obtained for Labor except by correspondingly cutting into the profits of the capitalist, because profits are simply wealth stolen from the workers, Pbofits ASK WlTHHILD, HELD-BACK, UNPAID, Stolen W agbs. The Socialist Labor Party has proven again and again in the past, and will do bo again in the future, that the capitalist exercises no function of real super intendence, and that his capital is acquired in the beginning by theft. The wealth of the capitalist, there fore, is a series of accumulated lay ers of fieecings sheared off from Labor by Capital. Take a oake baked in four layers. Let the bottom layer represent wages, then the other three above will represent the part that is stolen and accumu lated away from Labor by the Capitalist cl...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Waterloo Branch Executive. A meeting of the above was held on Tuesday eveninr, the 12th inst, at Comrade Proud's residence, the members present being Comrades W. Morley (in the ohair), T. Batho, G. Isaacs, P. Christiansen. The principal business dealt with was un finanoial members, when it was re solved that the seoretary be in structed to write to suoh members drawing their attention to clause 6, page 3, in the constitution. It wbb also resolved that the monthly propaganda meeting be held at the corner of Redfern and Botany streets. — A. B. Pboud, hon. Bee.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Striking Bricklayers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Striking Bricklayers. On Friday of last week, the brick layers and laborers employed in the erection of the new car sheds at Fort Macqnarie, struok work be cause a oertain union overseer had been discharged to make way for another man. The zeason alleged for the dismissal was that he didn't get enough work out of the men working under him. The strikers took up a firm attitude, and were suooesBful in having the unionist, reinstated.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dramatic Event. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Dramatic Event. ♦ — i The dramatio event will take plaoe at the Manchester Unity j Hall, Castlereagh-street, on Friday * evening next, November 27, and f every member and friend is urged I to push the tickets and ensure a successful financial result. A good programme will be presented, and, as all who attended the last one were well pleased, we expect them j to keep their promises and make j this a bigger success. The pieoes j to be performed are ' Qood for 1 Nothing ' and ' My Turn Next,' I with a musical and variety inter- j Inde. The money is wanted for the i movement, so pot heart into the ] matter and make np your minds to ] sell every ticket, price Is.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Archbishop Kelly and Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Archbishop Kelly and Socialism. On Snnday evening last Com rade ')'. Batho lectured at Marx Hall, on the above subject. Mr. 8. 0. Clark occnpied the chair. The lecturer said misrepresenta tion of the aims and objects of the Socialist movement was not con fined to the clergy who embraced the protestant faith alcne, but was availed of by catholic and proteBt ant alike Under the protection of gown and pnlpit they had slan dered and vilified the Socialist movement, andj were prepared to bolster np the present in« humane conditions for the pur pose of maintaining the power and position they now possessed. When challenged to open discussion they had not the moral courage to meet the representative speakers of the Socialist movement. This was proved at the recent Protestant Hall meeting. That the Socialist movement was a growing force both here and on the continent, a force that such capitalised institutions as the Churches of England and Rome in the futnre must reckon with, was proved in ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAILORESSES' STRIKE. A DEPUTATION TO THE LABOR COUNCIL. STRIKE AT ANTHONY HORDERN'S. AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

| TAILORESSES' STRIKE. | A DEPUTATION TO THE LABOR COUNCIL. STRIKE AT ANTHONY HORDERN'S. 'l; . | AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT. | On Thursday evening of last] - , week, a deputation from the i TailoreBses' Union waited on the f Labor Conn oil, re the position [ reached in connection with the F strike. The president of the £ Union detailed the events prece I dent and snbseqnent to the strike. He also nrged that the Ooanoil should recommend the anions to take a certain course, holding that I- they mast proceed along the logical ? ' lines of trades-unionism. j Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Lindsay, i Mrs. Slain,- Mr. Moroney and Mr. Daracb also spoke for the onion. As it was agreed to exclude the .press, Thb People will loyally abide by that decision, and will re frain from publishing details of the debate which followed. The final resolve of the Council was that it should be left with the Executive Committee, in conjunc tion with the kindred trades, to en deavor to effect a settlement. The , Counoil Ex...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STRIKE AT HORDERN'S. OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY THE TAILORESSES' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

THB STRIKE AT 1 HORDERN'S. 9 OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY 1 THE TAILORESSES' UNION. I Thb committee of tbe Tailoresses' Union desire to place before the { general public, the case in conneo- j tion with the strike at Hordern's from the view point of the union ists. The tailoresses resent the state. ments attributed to alleged ' labor i leaders,' and wish to extend an I invitation to those labor leaders to I attend the mass meeting on Toes- J day evening, and give reasons for | their opposition to the attitude | adopted by the union. The tailor- 1 esses would be pleased to learn if I any other line of oonducfc is open to f them, seeing they have adopted the \ only logical course provided for j them by the principles of trade i unionism. j Concerning the statements e~nan- I ating from the firm, the tailoresses ; desires to draw attention to the fact I that, notwithstanding that the an- I | prentices are excluded, the firm is compelled to admit that the average j | in all departments is much ...

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"The People." SUBS. RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

' The People.' Subs. Received. M.H., Mt. Kembla, 4s; W.G., Tintenbar, 2s ; Mrs. K , Annandale, Is; R.G., Nerang (Q.), Is 6d ; Miss B., Woolloomooloo, Is ; C.J., Balmain, 2s ; D. W., North Syd ney, Is.

Publication Title: People
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Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Press Pond. November 16. — J.A.K., Is; J. McD., 2s; A.tt, Is; H.R., 2s.; K.G., Is. November 23. — H.M., 3d ; D.O., 2a ; J.A.K., Is ; A.S., 1m ; A.B.P., 2s 6d; J.MoD., Is; A.R., Is; H. K., 3s; J.H., 2t ; J.O.M., Is; W. i B. 2s ; J.S , Is ; T.M., 2s ; Mrs. C. C., 6d ; S.O.C., 2s ; R.D., la ; M.K., 5b; H.K., 2s 6d. -

Publication Title: People
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Organising Committee. FIXTURES. November 23 [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

Organising Committee. FIXTURES. November 23 Lfichhardt, corner Renwick street and Parramatta Road. November 24. Domain.— -Attend Marx Hall at 3.30., take papers etc., to Domain, Christensen, Isaacs, Batho. Chair : Isaacs. Bathurst-street.— Chair : Aldous. Speaker: Teaaos. Martin Place. — Pennington and Batho. The secretary will arrange for speakers at the suburban meetings. All members are requested to attend and assist in making the meetings a success by keeping order and assisting to control the meeting. Members please make a note of engagements. G. Isaacs, Secretary Organising Committee.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

? ? ? Aia subscription* to Thb People are payable in advanoe. A blue mark through this paragraph denotes that your subscription has almost expired, and, if not renewed^ 'within three weeks from first marking, the paper will be discontinued;' Subscribers wishing to have the paper continued will please note this rale. Subscrip tions should' be forwarded to the Managing-Editor, ' The People,' 16 George-street West, Sydney.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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C. M. Barlow. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 November 1901

0. M. Barlow. Thb General Secretary of the A.S.L. iB in receipt of the following communication from comrade 0. M. Barlow : Bathurst Mr. J. O. Moroney, Hon. Sec'. A.S.L. Deab Comrade. — As the General Executive initiated the movement for my benefit recently, I should like, through them, to convey my thankfulness to all comrades and friends who not only with such a willing and generous spirit con tributed to the succesB of that benefit, bat who, through all my long illness, have as warmly evinced their Bvmpsithy for me. Especially wonld I like to thank those country friends who I am informed assisted in the benefit, who could only have known me by repute as a worker for Socialism. I can assure all comrades that their warm sympathy has been as much a com fort to me throughout the whole time as has been the praotical sup port rendered. The best thanks I can render to comrades is to get well and take my share as a worker again. My pro gress to that end has been slow, and although even no...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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