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LESSONS OF THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

LESSONS OP THE STRIKE. J EVKBr industrial conflict furnishes numerous object lesaona to (he workers. » The straggle now taking place with the great moneyed con cern of Anthony Hordern and Sons on the one side and the or ganised tailomses of Sydney on tho other is not lacking in this respect, wnat tiiu mHuuinumrerB were unable to undertake, Hordera's firm has undertaken— viz , the work of smashing the Tailoresses' TJnion. What tbe smaller establishments were not weathy enough to 'do, Hordera's firm reckoned it could safely attempt. But it failed to reokon with the Bolid organisation of the women and girls, it failed to reokon with their working-class courage and their fixers determina tion. It reckoned only on the strength of its hoarded wesrith, and the power of the capitalist press which that 'wealth would easily command ; and no doubt muoh was hoped for from the weakness and treachery of certain people— in Parliament and oat of Parliament; Now, as Thi Peopli goes to jpreos the oon...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

Fighting Mao was speaking to theboys of Soots College last weeh He advised them to be ' religious, and urged them to have real rifles, not sticks. He conoluded as fol lows ' Iitrust that my advice to buddIv the boys with miniature rifles will be taken. (Applause.) I hope the boys will always consider other people's feelings as well as their own— that they will always act from a bigh ? sense of duty, be actuated by a sense of truthfulness and respect for their seniors and those above them, and, above all, always aot straightforwardly be tween man and man.' (Applause.) ?Mao considered the feelings of the Soudanese he helped to butcher with Kitchener. He was consider ate in not hurting the feelings of the Boera, and Chamberlain and Co., his bosses, are actuated by a love of truthfulness. The followers of the Lamb present ' cheered ' all the gentle Mao's humane remarks. Brothers in Christ and Oapital'Bm. ' Unit ' writeB : — ' Lord' Ran fnrly, Governor of New Zealand, is of the opinion t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

Central Branch. It having been deoided to hold fortnightly meetings of the above branch, Members are reminded that the next meeting eventuates on Tuesday next, December 10, and are requested to attend and asiist to make the meeting a suc cess, as there is plenty of work to do. Let everyone see to it ? that they do their part. Members are i also reminded that certificates of membership. are ready, and oan be obtained on payment of 6d. Coats off and to work, as our movement requires workers.— F. H, Drake, Hon Branch Sec. - All the nonsense talked about ' Black Labor ' and the sngar in dustry, whether from capitalists or their pliant tools of the B.L P. doesn't finally touch the question. A demand for the nationalisation of the whole trade and industry will meet the {nil. The octupus Sugar Company owns and controls every ounce of'sugar. manufactured in the Commonwealth, and are merciless in their profit grinding. Black, white, and yellow, it's all the same to them. Not till the fightin...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPAGANDA. WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

PROPAGANDA. WAVERLBY. On Wednesday night last, Waverley Tea Gardens was the oentre visited by the Socialist pro Sgandists. Comrades Proud, P. ristensen, Dade, J. Morrish and Isaacs. Isaacs opened the meeting and was followed by J. Morrish, who held forth to a large audience. A. nnmliAfi nf Mnioa nf f.Via M York People' were disposed of. Some of the andienoe favored a Satarday night meeting, and the Organising Committee falling in with that suggestion, have fixed a meeting for this oentre this Satur dey night, November 30. The meeting was a success in every way. MARTIN PLACE. O. Pennington and Batho visited this centre on Sunday night and ? mL* ? a ? uom m Duurv uieoiiu^i J.UIO ceiltrQ above all others ia the most trying for speakers to besfin a meeting ; therefore it will greatly assist in establishing this meeting-place if aa many members as possible can attend as a nucleus for a meeting. It is one of the best places for propvganda, and with a nucleus to start the meetings, good wo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

M THE PEOPLE ' PRINTERY Executes Every Description of JOB PRINTING.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

, THE O1FPBRER0E. Ukcli Sam. — From, what ypn say abont the old parties, I judge that you will not vote for either. Brother Jonathan. — Neither I will. * U.S —Then you will vote for the Socialist Labor Party f B.J. (testily).— No. sir I U 8. — Why not ? B. J.— -Because I have no guaran tee thaV they will not sell me out, just as the Freetraders and Protec tionists have done regularly. U.S. — Y on haven't ? B.J.— No. Have you any guaran tee that, if elected, the Socialists will not be bribed as the Free traders and Protectionists are and sell us out P U.S. — Oh, I see. B.J. — You agree with me P U.S. — No, I don't know 'of a single Freetrade or Protectionist politician who was ever bribed — B.J. — What, you don't I U.S. — No, I don't ; know of a single Freetrade or Protectionist politician who was ever bribdd and thereupon sold his cause to the working class. B.J. — To the working class P !! U.S. — Yes. Only Buch selling out as is in favor of the working class is worth concerning. B ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN GAS CO. AND THE PEOPLE WHO WORK. FIFTEEN PER CENT. FOR THE FLEEKERS AND SLAVERY FOR THE WORKERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

[?] AND THE PEOPLE WHO WTORK. FIFTEEN PER CENT. FOE TH$ FLEE' ERS AND SLAVERY FOR THE WORKERS. TO THI EDITOR. Bib, — In your yesterday's issue you bare been showing up Uncle . Sam (he with the Hordern handle), ... and I do think that if yon next turn your attention to the Australian : Gas-light Co. you will very boob discover a state of things not one whit better ! The continual great fires all over the world caused by the electric light have led many firms to fall back on gas as a tremendously safer illu - minant.- Consequently gas shares are once more commencing to boom everywhere. The introduction of the gas cook . irg, gas ironing, etc., apparata, have immensely added to gas profits (if they hadn't, how does the Sydney Company continue to compete against it's licensed* master plumbers, each of whom has to pass a proficiency test before he can obtain their so-called license !) and, no matter how much pipe, very nearly all of it, f inch; and, no matter how many fittings, and no ma...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAILORESSES' STRIKE. QUEER TACTICS BY SOME TRADE UNIONISTS. HORDERN ADVERTISES FOR NON-UNIONISTS AND MEETS WITH DEAD FAILURE [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

TAILORESSES' STRIKE. 'QUEER TACTICS BY SOME TRADE UNIONISTS. HORDERN ADVERTISES FOR N ON-UNIONI8TS AND MEETS WITH DEAD FAILURE, IWhwt the Trades Council mat od Thursday evening of last week, a good deal of interest centered in the fact that the delegates of the ' Tailoresses' Union were to take heir seats and also that matters n conneotion with the strike were to be discussed. _ Mr. Hosking, of the Seamens' Union, raised an objection concern ing the position of one of the delegates, but this was overruled, and the representatives of the organised women workers took their seats amidst the applanse of .the councillors. It was resolved to exclude the prens, but to allow members of trade-unions to remain. The position m conneotion with ! the strike was discussed up to 12 o'clock, and it was resolved to in struct the Council's Executive to act with the Executive of the Tailoresses' union in conducting any farther negooiations with the .firm. I he action of the Cutters and Trimmers Execut...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

Key Note. 'Proletarians of all ooun tries, unite ! Ton have nothing to lose bnt your chains ; yon have a world to gain.' — Karl Mass. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

West Wallsend. Oar Comrades at Westy have been haviug a rough time lately, only half-time being worked, as the capitalists who own the coal-mines they get their living from, have not been able to sell all the coal the ? ? ? 1 ? 1 ? j mL - ? : ? ? miaem oare oewea. iae miucro go on short rations, and the people who rob them live just the same. Nevertheless the little band of class conscious mine-slaves keep their branch of the A.S.L. together. Next Saturday, J. 0 Moroney will speak at West Wallsend to give our oomrades a lift It is doubtfal if he will be able tto speak in the other centres of Newcastle this trip. Look oat for local advts.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Where we Stand. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

Where we Stand. The A.8.L. is not responsible for any agitation outside its ranks : nor is it mixed np in any way with any other organisation. It is not run by any individual or set of indivi vwiKnw an/] uhhid f iw jwuvjr | uauviuo auu uiowuuud are dictated by the organisation as a whole. The Socialist Labor Party is the political arm of the Leagne, and its candidates are nominated, selected and controlled absolutely by the general executive on behalf of the Leagne. When the time oomes the mem bers of the League, and they only, will say who these candidates are to be. . Straight-out, ancompromis iug Socialism is the polioy, and only Socialist votes will be asked for.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELATION OF WOMEN TO REVOLUTIONARY POLITICS AND THE FIGHT OF THE WORKING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 November 1901

RELATION OF WOMEN   TO REVOLUTION ART POLITICS AND THE FIGHT OF THE WORKING CLASS. (From N.Y. People.')   Workers in the Socialist Labor   Party are often hurt and astonished it the indifference, and, in some cases, bitter antagonism frequently shown by the wives and mothers, sisters and daughters of earnest Socialists. It is hard to determine     the true causes of this opposition, but ignorance, of the principles the Socialists are fighting for, must be   the prime reason. It cannot be ignorance of the conditions, of the   terrible struggle for existence, for   woman is suffering to-day, even more than man, the consequences of the evil system under which we live.   In the first place, women have been taught, from time immemorial, that everything of a political signi fiance must be severely let alone by them. They have meekly submitted   to man-made laws...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters : Mabx Mall, 251 Castlkkxaoh St., Sidney. ?objwjt : The establishment of a Coopera tive Commonwealth founded on the Collective Ownership of the land and Means of Production, Distribution, and Exchange. METHODS, The industrial and political organi sation of the workers — mental and m»nn»l ; 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. Central Branch meets at Headquar quarters first Tuesday in the month. Central Executive every Tuesday 8 p.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. Economic Class.— The Class meets every Sunday at 10.30 shar. Every member shonl...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

Such a platitude of a world, in which all working hones are well fed, »T,rl innumerable workingmen should | die starved, were it not best to end is ; co nave aone wua u, via it once for all to tbe Jotuna, Mud giants, Froat-gianta, and Chaotic Brute-gods of the beginning. — Cak* LTLX. ' Proletarians of all countries, unite! Ton have nothing to lose bat your chains ; yon have a world to gain.' — EiU Mabx.

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TO SMASH THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

TO SMASH THE UNION. Speaking in the Legislative Council last week on the capital istic Arbitration Bill, B R. Wise tried to influence the inmates of the hoase of Fossildom by declaring that the opposition to the measure was w not coming from those who would have their occupation gone. If thiB bill passed, the political acitator wonld find bin hnnitinna killed. If this bill had been in force, those who were organising the tailoresses' strike would never have been heard of. It was the Socialists who were in opposition to the bill.' W e admit that it is not the capitalists who are opposed to the measure. There is a good reaso* why they should not oppose it. since it makes for tbe conservation of all their class privileges and the confoEion of trades unionism generally. Bat. even if Mr. Wise's pet de vice for dishing the trade-unionists bad been law, a fight would still have been made against the sweat ing that existed in the clothing trade. The reason Mr. Wise speaks with bo much bitte...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

WA.RBID, 80UC1T0B to. to OfTnwiiMinoer for ASdavita BOLTON STBE1T. IfaraaUe.

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. BY A LABOR COUNCIL OFFICIAL. DENIED BY THE WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

A SERIOUS CHARGE. BY A LABOR COUNCIL OFFICIAL. DENIED BY THE WOMEN Whrh the Tailorfsses' strike was being discussed at a recent Labor Council Meeting, Mr. T. H. Thrower (president of the Council), while arguing that the Tailoresses should recede from the position they had taken up, declared that cney oouia not possioiy win. ana that then was already a likelihood of a number of them returning to work in spite of tbe union. Mr. Thrower declared that one of the forewomen had told him she was prepared to return to work and take with her all tbe girls she fclso said the lady in question bad aaked his advice on the matter. The delegates to tbe Council in sisted at the time that Mr. Thrower should make known the name of the forewoman in question, as his assertion amounted to a serious re flection on the whole of the women who had occupied positions as fore women or heads of tables. The foregoing is the substance of a re port furnished to a subsequent meeting of the tailoresses. The matter ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Organising Committee. FIXTURES. December 7. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

Organising Committee. FIXrURES. December 7. Unity Hall, Balmain. — Chair : M. Nelson. December 8. Domain. — Attend hall, take stump eta to Domain, P. Christen aen, Johnson, and Batho. Chair : J. Neill. xtathurst-streeL — Uhair : Clarke. Martin Place. — Chair : Long. The secretary will arrange for speakers at the suburban meetings All members are requested to attend and assist in making the 'meetings a sneoeaa by keeping order and assisting to oontrol the meeting. Members please make a note of engagements. G. Iaiacs, Secretary Organising Committee.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident to a Prominent Socialist. [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

Accident to a Prominent Socialist. Rbadkrs of The Pkopke will re gret to learn that Comrade N. Bumeisen and his little son, Karl, were the victims of a serious acci I dent on Thursday of last week. JvumeiBen wno is in dobiuobb at George-street West, had been mak ing purchases at an Elizabeth-street establishment, and had his lad with him. horse and cart stood outside, and Bumeisen, having placed the parcel in the vehicle, proceeded to drive away, but the reins having got under the horse's tail, tbe animal started when the driver tried to free them. Dashing along the road the horse ran the cart aqainst a verandah post, and the two occupants were flung violently to the roadway. Con stable Pauling picked them up, and conveyed them to the Sydney Hospital, where they were attended to by Dr. Griffiths. Bumeisen had sustained a ontused scalp wound, and after it was dressed he left for home, but the boy's injury was more serious, consisting of a lacerated wound on the right leg, for which b...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 7 December 1901

NOTieE. To Members, A.S.L. Comrades — The proposal submitted to a general vote of the Members of the Lsagne 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 Press Assistance fnnd are re qnested to forward the amounts to the General Secretary not later than Monday of each week, as members ! will recognise the importance of proin titude in this connection, and the re sponsibility cast npon the General Executive of carrying out the arrange ments agreed upon. ours fraternally, Jas. O. Mokoszt, Gen. Sec.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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