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The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

The Socialist Press As' sistance Fund. — O— Previously acknowledged, £ 107 7s 7d. D.C., 2a ; J.McD., 3s tid ; W.S., 2s ; A.R., 2s ; P.D., Is ; S.O.O., 2s ; S.S., 2s ; 2s 6d ; A.S., Is ; W.McI., 2s ; H.K., 9s ; W.Y , lfl ; Is. ; F.H., 2s6d ; J.H , 3s ; A.S.,ls ; Surplus from Bus 4s 6d ^ Collected at Garden Party, lis ; A.S., Is ; D. A., Is ; A.G., (R.R ), 10fl ; D.A.G., (R.R.), 4 0 ; J.S., 6d ; J.N., 6d ; R. B., 6d ; H.Q., 2s 6d. Total, £110 19s Od. ?

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

[?] At tho elections which iavejust ^ taken p'aoe for the Parliament ? ot / * Landtag of Wnrtemberg 800,00.0 electors .voted. ? Tbe Beactionarina obtained 95-00(\ votea ; ' the Anti- '? ? v-;: ^Catholics': 72,00b ; the Detnoeriats, ' 7t,000j the Socialists, 60,000. r The: Socialist, y0te has nearly ( donbled itaelf since 1895, while ' ? , - tho .DcKmporatS: have, votes; -ETwo socialists Jiave ;bera , returned- to th» UtiiiMg, ?: -T/vvi'% ten havo a' place' ini this second 'vjStf yg ' . r ,«.#l Sohodnika, in Galicia, has, ao- - cording to offioial returns, inhabitants, and is, -therefore^ en-| ' 't^|l§fl|3 titled to return twe've members otj . ' ^'^31 the electoral college for the oon'. / atituenoy. Fahodnika, howew»:v^ is a stronghold of socialism, -so the / . jfw Perfect has deolared the population' f to be 1,500, so that only three ' members can be elected' in'-'1 ? \ Sohodnika. The. GtmrnoT of * * , _ Galioia . has upheld the Perfeot'a ' arbitrary decision.- ifl A Socialist journ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

A Thing EVERY DESCRIPTION Olf ' ~j||I war ? EXECUTED AT ' ; - - -V 'THE PEOPLE' PRINTERY :jM You send an order tor Job Printing to THE PEOPLE office you aid - t v_ ' — in maintaining the fearless and uncompromising attitade of the paper the only straight-out Working-class Paper in the province ? ' IF YOD HAVE A Business or GOODS jflk of any kind jou wish to DISPOSE of adran- ? tageoosly communicate ll with /V N.RUMEISEN 153 BRODGHASI'STRBBT DARLINGHURST. Restaurants and Stores Supplied Below Market Bates EMPORIUM COFFEE PALACE 711 - GEORGE - ST., HAYMARKET. (Opposite 'Anthony Horderns), One minute from Bedfern Railway Station. FRED FONTANBIXfl, Proprietor. First-class Meals, 6d Bed*. Is per night (separate rooms) Board and Residence from l4s per week. Splendid Accommodation for Travellers Visitors from the Country will find tbis the best in Sydney. OaAI* You'll miss £? Him when AU H«'*_2?ne A Secure His Yorkv Second-haad Clothing Bought and S old A l»n Old Gold and Silver, A Splendi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Proprietor. I IBiM^^^^«^0OLLABS.8HIBTS. HAT, ? :? :????:? :::.;' ^ ERT.IIOkl.BH,' f^|l§S£^',:t!lTli-' fttlr Hatter and Mercer, ' lty HUHTSR BTRBBT. . . \ . ' .A. V.; B RAT B . Solicitor. Ac» ', flirt flhnliMii Bolton Stwdsi Sllll^^ Beat ira^^S'-Sc-V ' ?' -;br Psnwul:;- fedarity. v- 'IAMBS ; »M^fi';y;.'::-;--PiiBlS. SoUeitor, Ac-. Cgmfiieetotier tat ||Pp^ 4to. *0 ? : -i'- v:» QntnmiaifcMiMr .for ^ifllnto BOKPOy STREET, Kewce«ao. ^^§3^^npwps^iioHi«r8.io.i*« iteum Biters;: ;m: vBat».-*».:W-- H. BAKER, 80H . tjbb»ret&,Ooiami tdouettor the Anetra flff'*' ' * *'* Bolfem-etfeet, Neweaetle A B&OTT tad WOOD, Solicitor*, A §§ - XX. I. ARTHUR WOOD, Notary. Kw0'''.' ** y FdbHo. Wood'e Chamber*. Scott* tiwet, | lend in Urge -or | ' nriH E IHT B R N A T I O H A L ! »£;-'. 1 SOCIALIST CLUB, Eidman'e 1 ~ '' Bidldia^^oomM l^rk ud H«d for Member? use. S^mlttee QROfn-8. BOOX0BLLBB, . ®* Birth ||l$-' 1 Heir I^ooks for School Priiee, Uniting §j|§^- ,?' ' OPOPTS ^-A;flo^i ridge, ? ? . Boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

— o— thb pbemieb haibdbbssing 1 AND SHAVING SALOON, 78 Hunter-street, Newcastle, next Borough Markett. — A clean towel to eaoh cutomer Ladies' Ornamental Hairwork executed on the premises. Wedo not profess to core Corn*, Warts, or Bunions, but a disease of the Be alp carefully and sue fall) treated by. us. We do not en trust our Customer* to the tender mercies I of urderpaid assistants, Every civility and attention.. Four chairs* No waiting | Give iw.y..X(ia!.. TOLL. 8TXVBNB

Publication Title: People
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Key Note, 1 THE Bocial revolution iaboniid to. come. ; It will come either. Jn thejftiU panoply of law, and siar-' rohnded with tdl the bliwdngs of ?peisiee, provided the people have the wisdom to take it by the hand and introdace- it betimes — or it may break in upon ns. un- expectedly amidst all the convul sions of. violence, with wild dishevelled locks, and shod in iron-sandals. Come it must in one Way or the other. When I withraw myself from the turmoil of the day and dive into history 1 hear distinctly its approaching tread. — LassalIiB. THE PEOPLE^ The World for the World'* Worker*

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Organising Committee. 'lhe Metropolitan ' rganisiug Corps decided on the following arrangements in c nneotion with the Domain meetings. To take charge of tbe papets and stump, and to bt- at the hall at 2.80 : (runday, 27.— Comrades A'dou', t. lark, and Hohnsbein Sunday, Feb. 3. -Comrades loan, -' at son, r.nd McDe mott. .Vurday, Feb. 10 — Conrades Rn feldt, Smith, Neil'. At a special meeting of Newcas tie Wharflabo'S on the 14th- inat. Co ^espondence was reoeived fr m Mr. R. McEili p, acting-delegate on tbe Sydney union, requesting tbat one.o.» two delegates should viiit Sydney and lay the grievances of the Newcastle Union before the flrnlnA* man. A rather warm discussion ensued, and it was re solved to adhere to the previous demand that the two executives meet in confe enoe. The tecre tary was instructed to notify Mr. McKillop to that effect and aleo to wite the Sydney Secretary, | Mr. W. MrHughes, again demand ing a Conference.

Publication Title: People
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THE CLASS WAS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

THE GLASS WAR. I Society is divided into two (classes : those who do all the work of the world — the working class comprising at least 75 /per cent of humanity,— and 'those who 'own' all that the ' workers pro ince— about 25 per | cent, of the population. Unless f the worker can find Bome one to employ him, — that is, buy his. labor-power, for the time being he must starve or adopt the alter native suggested by Carlyle of buying a rope and hanging him self. _ Whenever the workers ; strike or stop working, production also stops. The capitalists always act solidly as a class ; and as a class they vote. But the workers do not so act. They vote their mas-, tors into control of the political machinery of the country, and this means an impregnable cita del for for capitalism, because behind the political power are the laws, the military, and this Courts, and the guns ; and capi talism does not hesitate to use these solely in its class interest. Onr Federal Constitution was made by capital...

Publication Title: People
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Garden Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

The Garden Party. he monthly Garden Party came off last Saturday at Or ogee Aquarium and was snocesstul in every way. A delightful diy, a large company, ' and sociable people, so what mo e could be wanted. All present v ted it the heBt yet held. 'lhe Newtown Darlington g oup engiged a 'bus, doin^ the trip i i ftyle, and hand ing 4s 6d surplus, afte-- paying the charge, to the Press Fund. Next one, Saturday, February 16. See if we can't doi.ble it next time

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

A BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription has almost ex pired. Should you still wish to have the paper continued,- please forward postal note to ' The I Managing-Editor j /The People, [Kidman's Buildings, cornerYork wad. Mark^atreetf, Sydady.'; . ; ,

Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

COOK & CO.'S GRAND COMMONWEALTH Sale ; OF Summer Drapery FOB 14 DAYS ONLY. NOW O/V. Read our Price Lists FOB The Great Redactions. Birstini In every Department The Whole Stock to be turned Into easb. COOK & 00. Economic Gash Drapers, Corner HXTNIEE & WOLFE STS. tfewcaaatle. r VISIT . . . Strike's AUSTRAL eg BOOT MART FOB ^^9 RELIABLE Foot Wear. AUSIBAL GLACIE and ALL KID BALMORALS. STRIKE'S Boot and Leather Stoves, Conor of Haater ani Union Street' NEWCASTLE WEST WANTE D. — Addressed to th e Miners and other mere of DODDS' PICK and other TOOL HAN DLES, that all bandies from date of Dodda' make will be branded thus — (f TOOL HANDLE I MANUFACTURER, 1 II MAKER, J )U HUDSON ST., -s^fr{f.TON, I also beg to take thia opportunity to THANK the Miners and other users of my handles for their assistance during the past 18 years in building up a little Australian Industry against all obstacles. PBEDEBIO DODDS, 1-10-99 . Adjoining New Flour Mills THE PBEMEEB HAIBDBES8ING ...

Publication Title: People
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A LETTER FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

A LETTER FROM LONDON. (Bx John PsNinr.) I The General Federation Traces Union makes comparatively slow progress, aa up to the present it only embraoes 63 so cieties and 378, 879 members. It has however, a fairly substantial cash balance in the bank. Evidently some kind of a stimulus is needf d to make the individual unions see -the neceisit - t f federation, Perhaps we shall have that when one of the threatenfed-attaoks on trade unionism comes to a head. - That the Federation, in spite of its re lative slow growthjhas come to stay, there can be little doubt. Month by month its membership is increasing, and whea an union has 'once joined and paid its fees there is. every inducement for them to continue in the fold aad reap any advantage the' federation may have to give. Withdrawal would mean the loss of the funds paid in, which will pro bably be a strong faotor in the eyes of any society that may be temporarily dis satisfied. Hence defections will be few and far between. As the Feder...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TWO SPECTRES. (Concluded). [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

THE TWO SPB6TRES. I (By Mar&abbt McMillan, in the 'Clarion.') (Concluded). I These two figures pos sessed the wold — possess- ed the world. Every living thing followed them Some times the following crowds mingled. The wind blew strong, and Roy, shudder ing, had to follow the others. But he hardly knew what he was following, and J whether he was in the train of Peace or War. The stars faded : the sky grew black. The wind rose, wailing, and raindrops, heavy and coid, fell on his face like tears. And though it was so dark, Roy could dis tinguish near him the pale« despairing faces of the wo men who followed in the train of Peace ; and though the wind howled, he could hear the sighs and shrieks ot the wretched beings who flew in the wake of. War. Horrified, he shut his eyes ; he put his hands to -his ears ; but the faces still swam before him-— the aw ful sighs still echoed in his heart. At Ust he uttered a cry like a drowning man, and opened his eyes. . . He was lying in the he...

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

WHAT SOCIALISM IS. The ethics af Socialism are ? identical with the ethics of Christianity. — En 07 clopaedia Brittanica. The abolition of that individual motion' on whioh modem societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of cs-ojierative action. — Imperial Diction ary. A theory of society that advocatei a more precise,' orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the sooial relation! of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster.. A science of reconstructing Moiety on an entirely new baais by subititating the principle of association for that of com* jetition in every branch of human in* dustry— Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or systen of local organi- , ' sation whioh would abolish entirely or in great put the individual effort and competition on whioh modern society rests and'subatitute co-operation 1 would introduce a more perfect and equal dis tribution of the products of labor, and would make land aad capital, as the in struments of production, th...

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

PLAIN WORDS. I The Queen is dead. Long live the PEOPLE. Major General French wants Australia to raise- an army of professional butchers instead of a citizen soldiery. — o— ? Commercial Banking Company i of Sydney declares a ' divvy ' of : 10 per cent ; City Bank, four per cent. — — o— Are you a Socialist P Then what are 'you doing to get sub scribers for' The Pkoplk ? J. T Walker is the candidate of Mortgage for the Senate. Cabled that a ' prince or swindler '* proposes to kill . Russia's Czar More probably a police spy. [- — o— N.S W. Legislative Assembly has received a certificate of char , aeter from Richard Dean Meagher. I He says they are a ' most sober ' body, f o doubt Paddy Crick will , endorse At the adjourned meeting of the i C.E.F. Delegate Board . (New castle) on Friday of last week, a letter was read from the Mines De partment, stating that in tbe opinion of the Crown Law Offioe, the weighing appliances at Bur wood colliery were in compliance with the Act. The delegates...

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

Municipal Platform. A COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL GOVERNNENT, ACT to provide for : (1). One Adult One Vote. (2). Payment of Councillors ; until then, Councils to meet at night time. (8). The consolidation of S- dney and suburbs into one governing body, Newcastle and other large cent-eB to be similarly consolidated. (4). Election of. Mayor by tbe people (5). Councils to have power to undertake any industry which the Voters may decide upon. The following were adopted : Municipal candidates of the League to be pledged to the following : 1. All municipal work to be ciriied out without the intervention of the contractor ; employees to elect their own overseers. 2. The Eight Hour Day and TJnion Rate of Wages to be. observed 8s per day to be the minimum wage for unskilled labor. 8. Work to be found for the unemployed at reproductive in dustries. 4. Erection of Municipal Dwellings, with all modern improvements t- be let at rentals covering cost of construction and maintenance. 6. Municipil Bakeries...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Monumental Scoundrels. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Monumental Scoundrels. f peaking .in the Freet--ade Hall. Manchester, on December 9, H. M. Hyndman said : The people had nothing to hope for from the House of Commons. ^ he last House of Commons had be«n the most corrupt since the days of Walpole, and the present House of Commons was like unto it. The bribery t'lat had gone on in connection- with the national telephones, and, 'ater, in con nection with the supply of war mate'ial, justified him in saying that he was speaking nr t of mere petty larceny thieves, but of monu mental scundielu The poli i cians were not in earnest, and, .is for the churches, their deities we'e mammon and the god of battles ; the people had n thing to hope for from them. They had almost as little to hope for from the labor or ganisations. i he Indian famine, he said, was a crime of the British democracy, and it made him ashamed to be an Englishman. In South Africa we were still waging the most infamous war in our annals. Onr o d friends cn the coniinebt, we...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What the Class Struggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

What tbe 61ass Straggle Is. The class struggle iB a struggle between those who have and those who have not j a struggle between, those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strugg e bstween those who take and those who make ; a struggle between those who exploit and those who resist exploitation ; a struggle be tween the capitalist class, which must continue to exploit in o: dor to live in idleness and luxury, and the working c'asj, whioh must put an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entire structure of industrial society.

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

HABRY 6TEGGA & CO. ''''-'Th* oldest ~ Clftthing Store in Newcastle L, ? -ShiHint: ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

HABRY 8XEGGA and CO. for ? Dungaree Trousers ( est American) - Molmin Trouser* Working Shirt* cad Flannel*

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