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The War that Failed. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
The War that Palled. Chamberlain's robber war has not been a success. Hitherto only the 'pro- Boer' papers have stated the real truth as to the magnitude of England's humiliating defeat in South Africa, notwithstanding the burning of homesteads and thkor ora.niH«d destrnction of crons. Our troops outnumber the Boer citizen force by something like 30 to 1, yet matters have now reached each ah undesirable stage that even i Kitchener and Milner are forced to admit that the best part of South Africa is in the hands of the Boers, the British troopB having been driven south of the Delagoa Bay line ; and this admission is only made now because it is found ne cessary to endeavor to once more involve Australia in this unholy war of plunder. Shortly a call will be made for a large force of colonial filibusterers, to be equipped and maintained at the expense of the Federation. And, unfortunately, there is no working-clasB party in either Federal or State politios, that can be depended upon to ...
LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
LBASDB NOTES Socuuers should be and are fighters— always. Every member of the League is expected to take a share of the work. We have no room for tired ornamentalities. The Central Branch now meets fortnightly, so let every member mab-A a nnlnf. nf affAndinor. Waterloo Branoh meets regu larly, though the bulk of the work falls on a few. These things ought not so to be, and must be altered. The fight must be made hot and strong in that working-class centre, and during the coming year steps will be taken to reach every Water loo worker. The organising committee, whioh meets on alternate Mondays, de mands the attendance of every member prepared to work. Richmond River Branch has big difficulties to contend against. During the Xmas holidays they in tend to have a reunion for the pur pose of bringing the scattered forces together, and the managing-editor of The People was as'^ed to ba present. The General Executive agreed to this arrangement, bat unfortunately, on account of stress of wo...
SWEATING THE BLIND THAT INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTION AGAIN. A BLIND MAN SPEAKS. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
SWEATING THB BLIND i THAT INDUSTRIAL INSTITU TION AGAIN. A BLIND MAN SPEAKS. (to the editor.) Sib, — Not till the other day did I learn that some one in the Domain had said that I was making a good living in Tamworth. This I deny. I have been working for years at chair caning, halter-making, mat tress-making, ana mat-maxing, ana have bad my wife to assist me. In addition to this, I have had assist ance from the ladies of Tamworth. And I am fnlly convinced that no blind person can make a living by the exercise of any trade taught him in that so-called Industrial Blind Institution. If a man had all his work brought to him, he might be able to earn as much as would keep body and soul together ; but I — who was a brickmaker be fore my blindness, and am ac quainted with various other trades and manual labor — am certain that no man is s.eated so disgracefully as the blind worker whe struggles to get aa existence ontside the In stitution ; and I consider the In stitution and i s Home Teac...
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
The Socialist Press fls» sistance Pond. D.C..2S; H.M., 3d; EK., 2s 6d ; C.C., 2s ; A B.P„ 2s 6d ; W. A.S., Is ; W.T., 2s ; T.G., Is ; H. D., Is ; J.MoD., Is ; S.C.Q., Is 6d ; Mrs S.O 0., 6d ; H.U , Is ; A. S , 2s ; J.O.M., Is ; J.H., 3s ; H. K, 2s ; G.A.K., 1b ; W.W.S., 1b ; W.B., Is; J.S.,6d ; T.M., 0d ; F. H.D., Is ; Mrs. F.H.D., Is.
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. December 11. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. December 11. Rose- street Waverley. — Chair : Isaacs. December 14 Bookdale. — Chair: Drake. Deoember 15. Domain. — Attend hall, take stump eta to Domain, Smith, Dade, and Sloane. Chair : Drake. Bathnrst-street. — Chair : Sloane. Martin Place.— Chair : Batho. December 18. Newtown Bridge —Chair : P. Chris tensen. December 21 North Share, Monnt and Walker Streets. — Chair : Sloane. December 22. Domain. — Attend Marx Hall and take stump cto. to Domain, Riies feldt, McDermott. and Ostler. Chair : Isaacs. Bathurst-atreet. — Chair : Mc Dermott. Martin Place. — Chair : Long. The secretary will arrange for speakers at the suburban meetings. All members are requested to attend and assist in making tke meetings a success by keeping order and assisting to control the meeting. Members please make a note of engagements. x G. Isaacs, Secretary Organising Committee.
A Big Difference. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
A Big Difference. Kircaldib, the third Rati way Comisaioner of this State '' had a special Aot of Parliament parsed last week rai-ing his screw from £1500 to £2000. The 'Labor Leader ' barracked for it. Ton see Jim ban a big job now on the Works Committee. Bnt what a difference is here ! This same McG-owan told the tramway fmen not to strike, and with his cowardly, spineless 'Party' compelled them to sub mit to waiting Bix months for the eight-hour day. Kirctldie gets what he wants at once. What price the Bogus Labor Party ?
Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
Organising Committee. This body met on Monday night, the following comrades being pre sent : Batho, Drake, Dade, Ostler, Smith, Carson, Bnsfeldt M'Der mott, Sloane, Isaac?, A South (chairman.) Resolved that a pound social be beld in Marx Hall, on Friday, December 20, and that the lodina Ka nflWpd ho rvwinarnta in carrying oat the same. A Bab committee was appointed to work in conjunction with the laches, the committee appointed being Com rades D ake, Batho, Carson, Isaacs and Sloane. Re-olved that a garden party be held on Saturday, January 11, and a committee was appointed to make arrangements for the same. Sunday meeting details and weekly propagauda meetings were arranged when the meeting ad j jurned t-l December 23. ' Fighty thousand hnrses and moles are leaving New Orleans for the use of the British forces in South Africa.' And the jingoes are beginning to shriek for another big contingent of asses from Aus tralia for the use of the Bobber Capitalists in ^onth Africa. Looks as ...
SOLD TO CAPITALISM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
SOLD T© CAPITALISM. The Compulsory Arbitration Bill is now the law of New Sooth Walea and it only needs the election and formation of the cmrt to have the machinery in fnll working order The Australian Socialist. League with its organ, Thb People, has stood alone in opposing this capital ist, labor-shackling measure, at every stage of its development- In doing this, we have had intensified the hatred of those who have be trayed the workers, not only on this question, bat on every principle ! which they were trusted to safe ! guard. As Socialists we have urged the workers' opposition to this measure for the following reasons : 1. It is wrong in principle, be cause it legally prnelaimB the right of the capitalist class to a share of what labor— and labor only — pro- duces, and amounts to an agree ment that, the capitalist, class shall, unhindered, go on fleecing the working olass of all ab -ve a mere subsistence level. 2 It is a recognition of the immutable right of the capitalist cla...
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
OFFICIAL.. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters : Mabx Hall, 251 Castlebeagh St., Stdnet. objxct : Tne estaoiisument of a uoopera 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. manual ; Distribution of Socialist). T ilfcaPftfnM T^Afnwae ? also social, political, and industrial questions ; and, to attain our object (a Co-operative Commonwealth), the election of Socialists to Parliament— F ederal 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, v Lectures every Sanday night at 8 p.m., at Headquarters. Public Invited. Questions and discus cusion allowed time permitting. Musical Evening and Leoturette, First Sunday in each month. Economic Class. — The Class meets every Sanday at 10.30 shar. Every member should a...
PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
PROPAGANDA. The Balmain monthly meeting was beld opposite Unity Hall Hotel on Saturday night last. Comrade M. Nelson officiated as ohairman, and laid before the audience the objects of the League Comrades TaiiBra -T Xoill btiH wurA fflfi speakers, and the audience was at tentive from start to finish. A good number of the members at tended the meeting, viz , Buafeldt, - M'Dermott, Ostler, Long, Dade and Clark. j Bat hub st - sibbst. — The usual ! Sunday night meetin? was held at this corner, when 8. Clarke (chair man ) opened the meeting, and F. H. Drake delivered an effeotive address. Martin Place. — Comrades Dade, Batho, Pennington, Neill and Isaacs turned up at this spot on Sunday night. Isaacs opened ^the meeting and J. Neill followed. A large audience was present during the whole of the meeting. ECONOMIC CLASS The class met on Sunday morn ing, the following members being present: — Messrs. Long, Dade, P. Christensen, Carson, Batho, Nelson, August, Ostler, W. A. Johnson, Isaacs, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
Ci-m ' fbee insurance ^po£ICI£s mllA-nllCI1'l1;l! will corer your life for £loa against WllijIillilB U. W deUh. or pay LI per week for disable merit. TJe Colonial Mutual Fire I„. uranee Co-, Ltd^, Sydney, have agreed to pay all elaims ntulting from BUBONtC PLA.GUE,. By purchasing your clothing from ui, you will Ret thi« boon fres of oharge together with the beat mass and FITTIKO garment in and out of this dii triot; We instantiate what we cay by refunding your mousy if we failto please you. We understand our busineai, and that is why we speak plain. ladies' Costumes from JBi—t he ideal of grace aad beauty. This line others cm'fc ipprosob. Gents' £4. For style, fit, and finish, they exael. Others have tried to imitate, but bo far without suoee*. j ^ 8HEPHABD, Near AJ.S. Tfr'k. ' 37a and 874 Hunter 8t.» Newca tie Weit, WHAT PEOPLE SAY : ? — _ Oil AD I C0TMPC PHOTOGRAPHS UiIhIvLlO I UN 0 ARB THB 8BST. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful io x 12 Opal only 1216
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 14 December 1901
ARTIFICIAL, TEETH J Old Plates repaired & remodelled^ ?) BLACKALlT & HUNT \ Chemists and Dentists, Hunter ' 8treeb, Newcastle, and | Kemp-street, Wallsend jj Mr. Blaokall may De contraltecfc at the Wallsend establishment on ; Tuesday and Friday afternons. ? ? — - t Tar People readers are noti- : fied that their papers are never posted later than Friday, and ' should be delivered by first mail ' on Saturday, except in very remote districts. Sydney and suburban and Newcastle readers should re port late delivery to the local post master in the first case, and then —if the matter is not remedied — to the Deputy Postmaster-General. Printed and published for the proprietors by Henry Edmnnd Holland, at 16 George-street ?west, Sydney. ?
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
OFFICIAL.. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. i Headquarters : , Mabx Hall, 251 Castlereaqh St.,. Sydnby. : objict : v The establishment of a Co-opera- ; 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 manual ;' Distribution of Socialist Literature, Lectures on Sacialism, 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 diacua cusion allowed time permitting. Musical Evening and Lecturette, ? First Sunday in each month. ' Economic Class. — The Class meets ) every Sunday at...
The Socialist Mayor and the Czar. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
The Socialist Mayor and the Czar. 'Unit' forwards us the following from ' Reynold's,' whioh, he says, 'shows the sure footing that Socialism has gained ia Europe. Its publication in the columns of The People may serve to encourage lagging Socialists out here, and also prove to the opponents of demo cracy that they cannot have things all their own way everywhere. What Labor member in N.S.W. would have the courage of his opinions as the Mayer of Lille had, and would speak up in a like manner on a similar occasion ' : 'The refusal of the Mayor of Lille to illuminate in honor of the Imperial visitors was due to the growth of Socialism in that great industrial centre. He has answered by means of a Press interviewer that if he had illuminated the public buildings he wonld have had to en croach on the estimates voted by the Town Council for the hospitals and outdoor relief. The Mayor, replying later by letter to the Pre fect, savn he han HRArnVifid thn Statute Book in vain ror an Act empow...
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
General Executive. The committee met on Frida evening last. Present : Comrad Carson, Holland, Batho, Dnk Neill, Prond. Thomson, Morone Isaacs and Clarke. A Thcmson the chair. It was decided to convene special meeting of all members of the League for Monday, December 30th, when important business will be dealt with. ' - A propaganda meeting be be held at thecoruer of. Redferu-street and Botany Road, Waterloo, on Xmas evening, at 8 p. m ...??:.
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. December 21 [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. December 21 North Shore, Mount and Walker Streets. — Chair : Sloane. December 22. Domain. — Attend Marx Hall and take stump etc. to Domain, Eiies feldt, MoDerniott. and Ostler. Chair : Isaacs. Bathurst-street. — Chair : Me Dermott. 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 success by keeping order and assisting to control the meeting. Members please make a note of engagements. G. Isaacs, Secretary Organising Committee.
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
'The People.' All subscriptions to The People are payable in advance. A blue mark through this paragraph denotes that your subscription has almost expired, and, if nob renewed within three weeks from first marking, the paper will be discontinued. Subscribers wishing to have the paper oontinued will please note this rule. Subwrip- - tions should be forwarded to the Managing-Editor, ' The People,' 16 George-street West, Sydney. Subs. Received. -' W.W., Bathurst, Is; 0.*., New castle, Is; E.J S., Morpeth, Is; M. H., Morpeth, Is; J.W.J., Morpeth, le; J.B., Morpeth, 2s; CD., New town, 6d; R.J., JJewtowo, Is; W.M., Newtown, 6d; — W., Newtown, Is; J.A., Newtown. Is; W.T., New town, Is; T, W,, Newtown, 6d; G. L., Newtown, Is; W.W., Xewtown, Is; W.N, Newtown, Is; R.S., Summer Hill, Is; G.M , Summer Hill, 6d; S.S., Snmmer Hill, 64; A.L., Summer Hill, Is ; A.C , Summer Mill, Is; R.M., Summer Hill, Is; L C., Summer Hill, Is; W.W., Newtown, Is; Miss E., Newtown, 6d; A.H.W., Newtown, 2s; E.A.B, N...
What Is to be Done With the Blacklegs? (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
What Is to be Done With the Blacklegs? (tj the editor.) Sib, — The condition of affaris in the strike of the tailoresses at Hor dern's has become rather com- j plicated, and it is open to grave , doubts how far the question of striking on account of those who will not join a union can be carried. It is of most vital consequence to the whole community of workers, no matter what the trade, that every individual belong to a branch of one great Union, which shall combine in co-operation as one unit when any of its members shall be tyrannised over and robbed of their just and rightful demands by the employers of labor. Through want of determined co operation in . most ? other trades, unionists are compelled to work with non-unionists, and, thousands are reaping the benefit of union efforts without contribu'iner any thing in the way .of cash or co operation to strengthen the cause of right against might. Thus we have two hostile camps formed, called union shops and non-union shops; and if...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 21 December 1901
1 HE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Bodaliim. ' pablWMd rmry Btttrdar Morning »» ir EOBGju ST. WEST iBTDSKY. BOBSOBIPTIOH. H«v Booth W«I«fc ASVBRTIsntBMSB. «I*«U1 ?numsBentt for funding ooatnafc All communications, literary ana bori ness, to beaddwswid. and cheques, P O Orders, Postal Notes, etc., to be made nab e to b . K. HOLLAND, Managing tor. , ? I orPer-onal Seoontj. JAMES DART, SoUoitor, Ac, Commissioner fo Affidavits, Bolton-street *ewcaatte. HE IMTEEN ATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB, Kidman's - Buildings, comer York ana Market-rts Sydney. All leading Europe m and Amen. ran Socialist organ* a A magazines are filed for Members' use. Committee meets every Wednsdat at 8 p m. THE PEOPLE Prititery FOB ' EVERY DESCRIPTION Of JOB -PRINTING Trades Union Work A SPECIALITY. Kule Books. Pence Cards, Balance Sheets, Summonses, Etc. «T UNION LABOB. Billheads, Circulars, Handbills, Cards, Memos, Envelopes. Letter Heads, PoBtere, Price Lists, Etc. FOF^ GOOD WORK ANT) REASONABbE PRICES Try The Peo...