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OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

OFFICIAL.. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters : MabxHaui, 251 Castlebkiqh St., Sydney. objkct: 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 UMiUUtU , 1/IQbLlUUUlUU Ul tJUUlUllSC 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- I quarters fir3t Tuesday in the ! month. Central Executive every j Tuesday 8 p.m.— Secretary, F. i H.Drake. | Lectures every Sunday night at & ! p.m., at Headquarters. Public j Invited. Questions and discus- : cusion allowed time permitting. ; Musical Evening and Lecturette, i First {Sunday in each month. Economic Class.— Ihe Class meets ; every Sunday a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

*^ DON'T -K M/SS n An opportunity of J ^ spendioga real good time when within leach ; and for one brief spell drown the cares of life in tbe whirling maze. REMEMBER Life is short ; but you can add one bright moment to its many dark hours by attending our GARDEN-PARTY SATURDAY, JAN. 11. Dancing, Ac., 3 to 10. Tiokets, 1 artificial teeth. Old PJates repaired & rtino elled. BLAOKALtJ & HUNT Chemists and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, and Kemp-street, Wallscud Mr. Blackall may dr couched at 'be 'Wallsond establishment on Tuesday and Friday aftornona. Thf People readers are noti fied that their papers aro 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 bhould re- I port late delivery to the local post master in the first case, and then —if the matter is not remedied— to the Deputy Postmaster-Genera.1. Printed and published for the ? proprietors by Henry Edmun...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Organising Committee. FIXTURES. Saturday, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

Organising Committee. FIXTURES. Rotn.i1av Den. 2S. North Shore — Mount and Walker streets, 8 p.m. Chair : Isaacs, Leichhardt. — Renwick sfc. and Par. roacl, 8, Chair. P, C'hristenson. ?Sunday, Deo. 29 Attend rull 2 30, convey platform, etc., to Domain : Isaacs, Batho, J. Neill. Chair, T. Batiho. Bathurst-st —Chair, P. Christensen Martin-place — Chair, G. Isaacs. Hall Door -D. (.'arson. ,-.,-? -r 4 Saturday, -iau t. - Balmain— Chair, W. Stevenson Sunday, Jan. 5. Hall Door — I. McDermott; Attend Hall 2.30, convey platform, etc.. to Dorna n, A. Riisfeldt, J. ' McDermott, A. Smith. Chair, F. H. Drake. Battiurst- t. | Chair, S. Sloan e Members are urged to note these fixtures and attend fc i same.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRAITOR MOST ACCURSED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

THE TRAITOR MOST aeeuRSED. ? m! ? The Traitor to Humanity ir he who, actively ofpassivety, upholds the Capitalist System. And the worst Irsitor — the Traitor most accursed — is hewho.Btandingavow edly with the workers in their stragglings for a fnller Freedom, swings workiag-o'ass influence to the aide of Canikalism. Alas ! Australian Labor History reeks with the record of such accnrsedness, beside which even the ci ime of the Traitor Judas loses much of its stupendousness. Ten years ago, Organised Labor was maligned, insnlted, tortured, and crncified on the cross of cap italist law by a capitalist govern ment bossed principally by Mr. McMU'an and Mr. Brace Smith. The Riot Act was read to the workers ; the troopers rode them down and threatened them with drawn nabres ; the Government held the capitalist law above their heads like a very Sword of Damocles. Organised Labor was defeated, the waterside unions and the Seamans' Union were smashed by the efforts nf TVfr MnMillan «.nrl Mr. ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

The ' moat radical colonial Premier,' Jingo Seddon, was the first to onoe more daub the mnrder blood-stains on the developing pages of oolonial history. Chamberlain's Government can't gee Buinoioiit uiou wuguv **? *«?#?#»*? battles, and the big newspapers are directing tearful pleadings Auitraliawarda. In Kitchener's brutal prison camps, the deaths daring the months of October and November numbered 298 men, 761 women, and 4904 children. Even the Jingo papers refer to this as ' terrible mortality.' What a grand war — a war that involves the wholesale mnrder of women and children — for Australians to take part in ! .London is threatened witn an epidemic of small-pox, and' if it should come along, 'twill be the working-class (who livo in the poverty-stricken insanitary quar ters) who will be the principle sufferers, .? Mr. G. H. Reid did a mar vellous wriggle before the Stock Ex changers. Sydney Stock Exchange thieveB uphold the South African Plunder War for 'Commercial Reasons.' Digni...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORDERN'S FRIENDS. FIRE "THE PEOPLE" OUT. THE CAPITALIST PRESS REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

HORDBRN'S FRIENDS FIRE 'THB PEOPLE' OUT. THE CAPITALIST PRESS REMAINS. When the Labur Council had once more voted the tailorestes down, the 'Executive' brought up a report, containing among other' things the following recommenda tion: ' That Mr. ff. E Holland be ex oluded from the Connci! as a press reporter, for his misleading reports of the Council s proceedings:' This was in the hands of Mr. G. A. Jones, the man who first started the fight against the tailoresses at the very inception of their formation Mr. Jonea made a bitter and veno mous attack on Holland at the time ami received such a la»hing from Vlorooey that, he disappeared for some months. He now said this course was neoessary, as Tub Peo ple had published such garblt d and misleading reports, and was always attacking the Council. Mr. Bavister moved the adoption of the recommendation. Afcer the statements and actions of ..' this perj-on ' the Council had no other course open to it. He had insulted it, and they must prote...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Anarch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

The Anarch. Set the flag at half-mast on theotasple, Let the notes of the tolling bell surge, Let the voice of a sorrowful people ' 8 wall out in a sorrowful dirge, Let the cry of the sorrowful story Ring swiftly from mountain to strand, Vm the good mtn lies dead in his glory And the Anarch's abroad in the land. Set the flags at half mast oa the churches Whence curse*, not prayers, meet the skies, Where the pitiful panderer searches . The gospel for mob-kindling lies ! O'er the stake where the victim lies burning, O'er each crime of the lynch-reddened Hand, Drape your flag, O great nation, in mourning, For the Anarch's abroad in the land I Lo the mills of the great Gods of slaughter. Where the child iteals the work of the sirs! Lo their '.works' where men die with out quarter! ' Lo the dens where the- 'strikers' drink fire 1 Tea, mourn, O ye thrice-accursed people! Drape your country from mountain to strand 1 Fling your flag at half-mast from each steeple, For the Anabch's abroad in...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SWEATED BLIND BE RAYED BY Mr. THROWER AND MR. BRENNAN. HOW THE LIST MOUNTS UP. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

THE SWEATED BLIND BE RATED BY Mr.'THROWER AND MB. BRENJSTAN. HOW THE LIST MOUNTS UP. Ths Tailoresses, the Cold Stor age men, the ^t ret t-a weepers, and the unfortunate blind have all felt the sting of the Labor Council Executive's treachery. At a apeoial meeting of SSvflnnir T.o.lmi* Onnnnil \\a\A on Wednesday of last week, and called {to consider arrears of correspondence only, Mr. Thrower and Mr. - Brennan reported that they had investigated the charges made by the blind people against the Sydney Blind Institution, and had found tbat there was absolutely no truth in them. This astounding report, unaccom panied by detailed reasons, was adopted by the Council, notwith standing the fact that Mr. Hed ger's own printed balance-sheet is the best proof that manv of tbe statements made by the blind are correct in every detail. Mr. Thrower and Mr. Brennan must have gone about their business with their eyes closed to all it was not desirable for them to see, and they must have neglected to...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECONOMIC CLASS [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

ECONOMIC CLA-S This class met on Sunday morn ing lu--t, Comrade Thomson pre siding. Grotilund's ' Co-perative Commonwealth '' was under dis cus -ion. Next Sunday morning ' ^loney : its value and function,' will form, tho subject for debate Members should make an effort to attend thi* class and equip them selves with. economic knowledge. Sam Smith told the bootmakers at their meeting lust week, that the Seamen's Union had £7,000, bnt he forgot to mention that through his influence not one farthing was vo'ed to the Tailoreeses' strike, baia is very careful. So is Canuron. They don't want any of the pilings taken from the fenoe they have erected around them selves.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
After the Storm. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

After the Storm. From the deep gloom around the B9a Sends forth a fierce and everlast ing ory ; The great foam-oreBted billows sweeping by, Chant their hoarse anthem of God's maiesty. O'er the wan waste of waters sighingly The warning blast of morn doth rise and die, And the pale freshness of the Eastern sky Heralds theapproaeh of dawn's fair pageantry. So after passion's storm is spent and gone AnS, blinded long with fury or with tears, We wake to all the beauty of the yean That lies about the track we sail upon, Panting for breath, the Ion/ strife fought; and won, Best comes, and peace, and smothers all our fears. — J.6.H., in the ?' Clarion.' What noble deeds by noble mean t tains, Or failing, ?mile* in exils or in chains, Like good Aureliuk, let him reign Or die like Socrates— That man is great indeed ! —Pop«.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARTIN-PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

MARTIN-PLACE. A small contingent of Socialists wended their way to the above place and a very successful meeting was held. Isaacs opened and was followed by Holland. The re marks of- the t-peakers called for occasional applause -trom tiiose present, a surosi^u of penetration.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

''HE PEOPLE Weekly Ofgsa of Australian Socialism. PnMiih*! awry Battnlay Morning- it E 0RG*, ST. WEST SYDNEY. bUBSORIPTION. Hew Booth Wale*, jne Year (In advance) .. «. .. . One Quarto* .. .. «? 'V. ... Single Copy .. .. 'a. ? Other Colonie»— Is 64 per quarter, 6« per jew ?ngUna.Amerio*. and otbar oountrie*. fci »f - ???'?' '-.?????»?: ?.-' '?'?? '?' '.???;??'?' -.- ''??????'?? ADVBBTlcEUENlS. . ngle InnertioD— Fir»t *noh, is M ; each *n»«t qnentinob, MM. SaaaUl arrangement! for «Undlng eontiaota ???-.?? All communications, literary arid busi ness, to beaddressed, and cheques, P O Orders. Postal Notes, etc., to be made payable to b . K. HOLLAND, Managing Editor. TRUST MONEYS to lend—on Beal orPereonal Security. JAMES DART, Solioitor, &c, Commisiioner to Affidavits, Bolton-street Newcastle. THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman's Buildings, corner York and Market-sta Sydney. All leading Europe *n and Ameri can Socialist organs and magazines are Hied for Members' uie. Commi...

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BATHURST-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

BATHURST-^TREET. This corner on Snnday nights presents a scene of real livo agita tion. Here the Socialists have for years past commanded large and appreciative audiences, aud the meeting held on Sunday night last was no exception to the rule. Com rade McDermott officiated as chair man and Batbo and Neill spoke at some length.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sydney "Daily Telegraph" MAKES AN OFFER TO HOLLAND & MORONEY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

The Sydney ' Dally Tele graph' MAKES AN OFFER TO HOLLAND & MORONEY. In the Labor Council meeting last week, J. 0. Moroney while speaking on the Tailoresaes' Strike, made the following statement : At the inception of the agitation and right up to the clash with the Council and thestrike at Hordern'p, the ' Daily Telegraph ' gave good support to the movement— the best given by any of the capitalist dailies in this respect. The re porter was most sympathetic, and the Tailoresses and their officials gave all * he credit to him. , Early in November, accompanied _ by an advertising representative he ap proached Holland and asked that Holland and Moroney use their influence to get the Taiioresses' Union to paas a resolution that they wonld, in the first instance, only apply- for employment from those manufacturers who advertised in the ' Telegraph ' It was pointed out that 'The Telegraph ' was be ing boycotted by the manufacturers owing to the support given by it to the Taiioresses...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL AND THE TAILORESSES. ADMITS HORDERN BROKE HIS PROMISE. BUT WOULD NOT CONDEMN HIM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

SYDNEY LABOK eeuKeiL ? » — AND THE TAILORESSES. ADMITS HOBDEBN BROKE HIS PROMISE. BUT WOULD NOT CONDEMN HIM. At the last meeting of the Labor Council Mrs. Geiides, as a matter of privilege, reported re the victimising of the 15 girls by Hor dern as a resalt of the recent strike ana asKea me i ounou wnat u in tended doing for them. The girls had suffered owing to their action ; they conld not obtain work else where, and although they were re ceiving fall strike pay they felt the humiliation of their treatment especially as they were apparently being boycotted by the other manu facturers. The unmentionable Mr. Bavister, acting np to his instincts and nature, doubted the last statement. Mrs. Robinson, assured 'the delegates such was the case. Mr. J. 0. Moroney then took up the runniug, and replied to the statements made by Mr. Thrower at the previous meetinar. In reference to the £2 Mr. Thrower had boasted of lending to the Strike Committee, he said that Mr. Thrower knew the facts weie...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government and the State. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

Government and the State. Comrade J. Neill spoke on ' Government, and the State,' at Marx Hall on Sand*/ night of last week. Socialists, he said, were actuated by a strong desire to ma'-e this world a decent place to live in. That, it w*9 generally admitted, ?u not the nun at, nreaent. In answering the why p The Social ists were not content with scanning mere effect*, they went to the root whioh after an exhaustive research had been found to be the institu tion of 'Private Ownership.' After dealing with some objec tions to the use of thin phrase - and defining what true property really was, nam ly, the produot of the individuals' labor, or an equit able. share of the general produot. He pointed out that twelve millions of olass-oonsc ous -ootalists, earnest men and women were pro claiming this great truth in every part of the civilised world to-day. Iu dealing with Government and State, he referred to tha close analogy between them aad the body and brain of an organism The State inc...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWEATING THE BOYS! THE "REFORM" MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AS AN EMPLOYER OF BOY LABOR. "LABOR" MEMBERS AS BOSS SWEATERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

SWEATING THB SOYS ! THB' BEFORM M MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AS AN EMPLOYER OF BOY LABOR. 'LABOR' MEMBERS AS BOSS 8VEATEU?. Anothib strike took plaoe in Sydney last week. 1 his time the strikers were boys in the employ of Sydney's ' Reform ' ' Municipal Council- The strike wan over a matter of wages. The boys are employed as street sweepers, and tneir work is ot tne most danger ous kind, having to be performed in the midst of the continnons traffics, with a perpetual risk of be ing ran over As a matter of faot, one of them met with his death only the other week while perform ing his work. Previously this work was done by men. Eventually their wages were rednoed, and finally the ' re formers ' of the Council substituted boy labor, at the rate of from 13s to 15s per week, and in a few isolated cases £1. The ' reform * Council includes Mr. Sam Hmitb, ' Labor ' member for Pyrraont and secretary of the -ea men's Union, sometime des cribed as tho Napoleon of Labor politics ; Mr. Andy Kelly, 5' La...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

DOMAIN. As usual the Domain meeting at tracted a large audience. Isaacs opened, and Thomson followed and dealt with the attitude of the Trades and Labor Council in con nection with the blind workers grievances. Neill and Morrish also officiated'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

NEWTOWN. Persistency and continuity are two of the greatest essentials in any movement that has for it? ob ject the revolutionising of thought, and the moulding of conditions. 'PIia nnnnarvonila in ftio ahAva Aonfra AIIW UtWUMKKUUH »** WMW BUVf W VVUVtV haa been both persistent and con tinuous. On Wednesday night of last week the meeting was opened by Comrade Chris tenson (chair) with a few well-pointed remarks, and was followed by three speakers, all of -whom were lis tened to- with rapt attention.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chimneys. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901

. The Chimneys. A corse upon the chimneys, ? With their black and bdef ul bcMtb, *~ That dallfl God's ride* of splendour, ' And doomi the flowers to death, like horrible dark giants, In grisly group* they stand, And vomit forth destruction In a ' seen and pleaaant land '1 A eim upon the chimneys, That fill the streets wittt grime, Where the little children wander, i And grow old before their time ; That darken all the windows j Looking out upon the sky, Where the clouds are fairy islands In the blue infinity! A sane upon the chimneys, And the things they represent — The grasping greed for riob.es, The poor mans punishment ; The loss of joy and freedom. And the glad, sweet, golden air, And the world of waving branches, With the thrushes singing there. In the name of all the daisies. And the snowdrops, milky, white, And the wonderful sweet lilies, And the roses of delight— Of their many-colored sister*, Whom I vainly seek to nurte Into 'strength, and health, and beauty, I will registe...

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