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Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901
Waterloo Branch. ? a ? — The above Branch held i- s usual ou'-door meeting on Taesday night of last week, Isaacs and Batho speaking. At the close members adjourned to Alexandria Town Hail. Resolved than this Branch hold propaganda meetings on the Tuesday night following Branch meeting. Kesolved that Secretary draw attention of members to the necessity of signing questions in accordance with Constitution. On Tuesday, 7th January, a discussion will take place on ' Socialism : Democratic or Beaurocratio ' Pub lic invited. Eke this week's issue --F Thb People is in the hand;, of our readers, the ringing of the church bells will have ceased, the black robed and white-robed preachers will have mouthed their' insincere platitudes, the human derelicts and starving victims of capitali-t society will have been once more fed by Solicited Charity ; and tbe people who are the real Traitors to Humanity, having sung their annual songs of Peace and Good will, having thrown to starving Lazarus a few...
DARLINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901
DARLING BURST. The corner of Burke and Oxford Streets promises facilities for ex tending the ideas and teachings of Socialism, judging from the resnlt of the meeting held there on Mon flow nmn^ r\r laaf Brd&lr rTltAMA «Bna a far gathering of the clan — that is, the Socialist clan — and the chairman (Isaacs) was not long in talking together a respectable audience. . Dj ake followed, and placed the position taken np by the focialista in* a concise and clear manner. Neill also got some good work in
PROPAGANDA. MARX HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901
PROPAGANDA. MA EX HALL. „ The 'Gospel of the Poor' formed the subject of Comrade Moroney's address on Sunday night ' last. Tne speaker said that So cialists were accused of deprecating religious beliefs and possesning no ideals beyond the obtamment of a sufficiency of food, clothing and shelter. Socialism did not intcr dual bo far as theology was con cerned. Tf a person was con vinced that there existed a super natural power and a lfe hereafter, that was a personal concern. The teachings of Socialists were based on historical facts and belonged to thin earth, and the Socialist ideal was the betterment of the material condition of the massed — the ad ? vaocement of Humanity. History proved through the ages past that super- tition had subjected the great mats of the peoplo to periods of slavery. The fear of some super natural visitation had forced them to resign -themselves to the pre vailing conditions. The. ruling clats had ever encouraged the de. velopment of superstitious thought....
Members of the A.S.L. Attention! [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901
Members of the fl.S.L. attention ! On Monday next, December 30, at Marx Hall, a special summoned meeting of members of all the Metropolitan Branches will be held to consider some very important proposals from the General Executive. Every member should be there, as the re sult of tbe meeting will have a very big bearing on the future of the movement. Tf vnn want, Thr PrOPLE to be placed on a financial footing and things made easier in the produc tion, don't fail to attend. One question to be brought forward must be settled that night. We want more energy, more determination and more cash, so let everyone come prepared to do some thing, i A certain financial proposal will be made aud must ba dealt with. Don't let this keep anyone away ; nothing very startling, but you musf be there Don't forget. We want to start the New Year with a fairly cl-?an sheet. So roll up, everybody, and act like Social ist!. Jas. O. Moronky. General Secretary.
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 28 December 1901
SOeiHL DEVELOP' MENT w . . — The materialistic conception of history proceeds upon the' principle that production, and, next to pro duction, the exchange of its pro ducts, is the ground-work of every ?MAial Am4an ? ani4 t.nnf. in ATArv social system, that has arisen his torically, the distribution of the products, together with the social division into classes -and orders, depends upon that which is pro duced, and the manner in which the articles produced are ex changed. According to thiB, the prime causes of all social changes and political revolutions are to be traced, not to the philosophy, but to the economics of the respective epochs. The awakening percep tion that existing social institutions are unreasonable and unjust, that sen-e has become non-senee, and right wrong, is only an evidence that, in the methods of production and forms of exchange, changes have si ently taken place with which tbe social order, fitted to the previous eoonomio conditions, is no longer in keeping.....
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
The Socialist Press As* sistance Pond. Ih€., 2s ; H.M., 3d; H.K., 2b 6d ; S.C.C., 2s ; Mrs. S.O C., 6d ; W.Y., Is ; J.M'D., Is ; R.D., Is ; N.R., 2s ; K.H., 2s ; F.H.D , Is ; Mrs. F.H.D., is; W.A.S., Is ; A. R., Is ; J.H., 2s 6d ; J.O.M., 2s 6d; H.O., Is; HT, 2s ; HL, 3s ; Social Fund, 10s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
Ii .. .!- r, FBEE ' INSURANCE' POLICIES mlftil1illCl1*il ii will oover your life for £1qq agarait i^ll VjipilflMlJI U. j!J dMth or pav Ll per Keek for dis»b!«. ment. Tae Colonial Mutual Fire In unnee Co., Ltd., Sydney, hare agreed to pay all claim* retulting from BUBONIC PLaGUE,. By porohating your clothing from ui, you will get this boon frea of charge together with tbe belt mxdi and FiTrnro garment in and out of this die triot. We substantiate what we «ay by refunding your money if we failto plea« ; you* 'We understand our businesi, and that is why we speak plain. Ladies' Costumes from ^4— the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others j can't approach. Gents' Suits. J!*. For style, fit, and finish, they exfel. Others have tried to '? imi-ate, but so far without success. ' ? ? ? ?; J. B. SHEPHARD, ' f Near A.J.S. Bank. ^7a and 874 Hunter St.. Newca- tie West. | WHAT PEOPLE SAY . PlIADI CCTdl't PHOTOGRAPHS | bnAlfLCO I UN O ARB THE BEST. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful ir...
ECONOMIC CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
ECONOMIC CLAfrS. Comrade A. Thomson presided on Sunday morning last. The at tendance was fair, aud some inter est Was taken in the discussion on Money : .Its function and value.' It was resolved to re-open the dis cussion on the last Sunday in the month of January.
LEICHHARDT [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
LEICHHARDT If agitation be the propelling force of progress, the populace of this suburb should bo opening its eyes and show signB of awakening. Notwithstanding that there were three or four mee-ings in iull swing — including the single taxers — on Saturday night last, the Socialists knM « . e ? i ? r- ? ' puoiuiuu - i auvautuge. jrar ramatta-road was chosen in pre ference to tbe advertised meeting plac», and Christensen opened up with a Bhoit statement of the So cialist position. Neill and Batho spoke at - some leugth to - a large and sympathetic audience. Leich hardt Socialists should show more signs of life, and set to wqjk or ganising on A.S.L. lines. ,
NORTH SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
NORTH SHORE. This suburb promises to be one of the best centres for the Sooialist propagandist. The audiences for the most part are usually composed of people with an inclination to think for themselves, and who listen with marked attention .to' the ideas of other* ? Qf oodrae; 'Nortlf ' Shore people are not all angels — not by a very long way — and the socialist speaker has to be^g^ against- £ foolish interjections from some ov fch j ' drunks,' and the occasional sneers of the straw-hatted de generates who infest our suburbs, On Saturday night last a small con tingent of Socialists visited the above place wi'h a view -to convinc ing, the residents of the soundness of Socialist economics. Isaacs as usual talked a good crowd together, and Comrade Toll ( of Newcastle) was induced to say a few words. This he did effectively, and in the ten minutes or so occupied got in some economic truths. Drake fol lowed and kept the audience in terested for some considerable time.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
, PEOPLE / Organ of Australian Socialism. FobiWiad «r«rjr S*tirt»y Komirnr »t & M? VIOSGb ST. WEST Jp§ BTDNBY, Sffil'/'.' 'bobsohiption. Hew BoMh Wales. « ('» «-W») ?? * v?/-i v One Qo*rter .. .. is. ^^I'vj'P^einglp Oopj .. ?? ?«» Colenles— Is M per qoarter, 6* per year. Mil other oonatriea, ts pet ?:? . ? » ? ''i - 4' ADVBRTI8BMBN1B. , B«ie iMertion— Flnt *DOb,Sa M ; each imhse '? -r; qoent inob, le6d. BpMUl arnagementi for itwding coatraav All comtnunicat ions, llterar\ and busi j is, to- beaddrcswd, and cheques, P O eta. Postal Notes, etc,, to be made | be to t). K.HOLLAND, Managing T. ' 'ST MONEYS to lend— on Eeal I or Personal Security, JAME8 Solicitor, &c., Commitrioner fo Bolton-street 'SeWcMtl®.. ,H E Ili IEEN AT10|AL t*b ???*? JL 80GCALIST CLUB, Kidman's e&i4'-' Buildings'^ oorner York and Market-ste : 8ydn«v?All leading ^nxopeui and Ameri. can Socialist organs a .d magasines are for Members' use. Committee merits everyWedwday at 8 p m. Xtbe people P...
Kev Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
Kerr lVote. Be something in this living age, ? And prove your right to ba A light upon some darkened page. A pilot on some sea. Find out the place where you may stand, | Beneath some burden low : I Take up the task with willing hand, I Be something, somewhere, now. . Be somothing in this throbbing day Of 'busy handsand feet, A Bpring beside some diisty way, A shadow from the heat. Be found upon the workman's roll ; Go now, go reap, or plough ; Bend to some task with heart and soul Be something, somewhere, now. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers
PROPAGANDA. MARX HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
propaganda. MABX HALL. On Sunday night last, Comrade A. Thomson gave ' Some Scraps ' of information for the benefit of those present. The speaker said that a large number of people appeared to be impressed with an idea that society had reached the apex of progress, and that the present wage system was final. Not only was this misconception prevalent among the thoughtless of the workine-class, but, judging from the actions of its i leaders, is also shared by its ! wonld-be thinkers. The construc tors of the Arbitration Bill assumed that wage-slavery and oapitalism were final. The experiences of the past and present clearly indicated the hollo wness of these assumptions | Just as slavedom was the ontcoine j of savagedom, and serfdom the oat ogme of slavedom, so would Social ism be the outcome of capitalism. Progress, to the Socialist, spelt better material conditions for the great mass of the people — the best of food, clothing, and shelter, leisure and enjoyment. In short, progress m...
LOOKING BACKWARD [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
LOOKING BnekWASO These linen ar-- being penned in the 'last dying hoars of 1901, and presently the screaming of a hnn dred steamboats, the clanging of a hundred church belle and fire bells, the blowin e of a multitude of trum pets, and all the other absurdities that betray what remains to ns of tbe ! barbarism of pant, days, will an nounce ,th^ passing of the old year and the birth of the new. In what, light do we of tbe So cialist Labor Party — we the fight ing vanguard of the working-clasB army — view the events that marked the life-pet iod of the expiring year P For us, and for the cause we hold higher than all else, is the tale one of Failure or Triumph p How shall we write tbe record of the days that are gone P » ? ? When January I, 1901, dawned, we rejoiced ; because of the birth lo write its record on History's «s ' '? the Socialist Oratory. ,.T# the workers that fccf in Itself ,*rtt^entfa^«trougn, surely. ' Australia— the stealing of the Con- 1 etitutional Frc lora of the Au...
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
^^|p^-»terIoo Branch. '-Apy*.- Branoh are attend usual fortnightly Botany-road P'.™' on The branch ^f^lfctfso,hold its meeting at the addresses in Town. Hall where a pS'llffiwfaiM jog : will be opened on KS^Mtdpa Democratic or eiiji&iatic.' Members wbobave I j^^^jStdyj^Myqii'estionB .in accordance ; .' requested to ®|^^MSB^'Sr8efci6-'db'eob '??? N ®* ?PB00D» Branch Sec. J^P» Wwght Las'- consented to - \v*J» pominated as employers' rtpre the Arbitration t onrt. * bootmakers-know Mr. Wright, bo donbt b$ pleased should j^eedin a position to fix their Jsi£ * *