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The Survival of the Fittest. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

The Survival of the I Fittest. i ' The directors of Bryant and ! May Limited, have announced what is virtually its absorption by the Diamond Match Company of Liver tool,-**aS bftJsofc of die Ametiww) Piamoad Matoh '-*napaoyi-J- Aljt oontrol- of -the batiinws parts* ? lata tbe bands of the Uttevthroogh its, and mm th» d6ninp.nt^)ditfeblhtf-j^retoldflni of that oot»oany May be Ibfaanltfti! that they have esoapod with a promit e of 5 4 per cent, preference dVv?(it)nti,xil[iair-o'i}v«ir .qapital. One has only to read the Statements made at the meeting made Barber in order to Bee that in a few years' time Bryant and May might have been driven out of the trade. The American company has attained its present position by spending large sumB upon new inventions, while Bryant and May went slamberously along in the old worn ruts. Hence the production of matches has been cheapened by the American company to an extent Bryant and Mar could not hope to compete against, even with the assistance of i...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

. Executive. ls^;?4;Mfl^on-Priday^: night last. . Pre. Ip^W^^nwdes Weill (chair), iBaaos, S^^|tollaM,''.ThomBon, Proud, Drake, ^P^^fifaiq^'Glarkei':.and 'General Secre - *ere 'made and ^^^jjm^^^lRe^aiatedi'' to place be ig^S^TO.^ergeneral meeting of mem ? .'report,, was re. Tontine hnsi - *M ' ^80 - transacted.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASE AND OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

DISEASE AND Oeeil* PATION. To a certain extent everyone is a victim of eiroumstanoes, and among these circumstances which affect our good or ill-health may be num bered occupations. Athletics, for, example, are supposed to be . the type of health, and the picture of physical perfection, bnt the reverse is bften true. Over- development of special parts tends to .retard the development of others^even to de formity, and such parts . tirp ne cessarily weaker than norimal.. and therefore more liable tp the attack of disease. Heart injuries, es-, peoially enlargement, due to strain, commonly occur, although the on^ set is somewhat insidipns.. Dan gerous exertion of muscle and un^i due strain of the visera lead t? qhanical injuries, especially h'argia^ The elements of keen compo^d^sf with the consequent exaltatm^oj! victory or .tWglpreeaien have an injurifFOs (affect o» ihe Icjet* voos ayftem,' and nervppa':^1li^ftB^| Bakers are exposed to intense heat, impure air, flour dust, etc. Working...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORKINGMAN'S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

|i| WOSKINGNAN'S ?1 leATBGHlSM. Biin WThe Religion of. Capitalism,' W-.hy Paul Lapakquk. Bstioh — What is thy name P . TTBb — W ageworker. ^.Who are thy parents p -My father was called W age p }; my mother's name is ?Where wast thon born ? »Tti a. tr arrat nndnr ilia mnf of B (tenement house which my father lfffhiB cpmradea built '®P^5!T»feiB thy religion ? AJB-r-The Religion of Capital. ' Qj»— What general duties doth thy dig ton enjoin upon thee P Ji i-'-Two principally. First, the atj 1 1 of: Abnegation ; second, the iity*,»fToii. My religion commands, le tAabdicate my rights upon all roperly on .earth, that common otheirof ns all, upon the treasures a bearg-.:w her womb, upon the jrodupt.T of her surface, upon her £ondf)itful fertility through the heat nd light of the sun ; it commands |e toabdicate my rights of property Hp the product of the labor of my Brands and, my- brain. My. religion B&raimahda me to toil from early Bfbildhood.to my dying day— to toil ?k'-snnlight,...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

[?] Meiibgiis and . friends yji»i»' minded that the |(rst-. if Party of. the season at Coogee Aqoarinnn ' o Janriary' 1' l.-v available, the fullesfe'extibi.j^BiH^i^S^:^

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tailoresses' Union. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

[?] Next lionday eveniW protestant Hall, ander ^ of the Tailore8sea' , public meeting will be helaTw^^i'^'^.gJ-^, purpose of placing before zena of Sydney th# true I connection with the matinerlhbi, which the Executive of the?6j dtW t fv.1 Labor Uonncu oompronpoaea - cause of thie'.-altoi»MeB'^:ii«aM^^i^M| the firm of ^.'nthn'ny Sons, and e^eiitiMlly;/enabl^^Bk^:^i^p%|B firm to maintain Freedom,'. tract ThO'? meeting dressed by ' lady membera of .' the; I ^ Strike Committee, and the offioers ' - of the union. All -trades nnionists are req9esi»d:to-.atteiii'fe.r;'j.';-v.''f't^ .? _i j 1 1 ' M ? ~ 'j

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Year's Eve. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

f Mew Year's Eve. social hrld.at Marx Hall on Wjjv, v Tuesday-night last was & pronoun- 1 ^ eedsooqetf. Dances, songs, games, pf *?' and refreshments were among the fey.-c attractions. yThe hall was flKKHgftpfilly de&oratetj, and looked tciihe efforts of com ^^^^^^S^^iends who devoted laBt ^afternoon in this connec ^T=tJor. Iady helpers deserve every -Mie^for;- their efforts in making few bonrs of tbe dying J^ei^ao .enjoyable to those present. 'S'&f '? ?'*' : ' ? 1 ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Light of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

Hrfce Llght of Freedom. ?|£vfcMtott'thebrow - , j kill wf Tim®, P *ret^ou' all nwa now ? {dRsssr wild d«y- go, fe:#ilWhdwilBg: » «t»r |^ .'iiwUw ngu«i of mow ; ^{iY-'WS«mr» thee.we cry for thee, sigh for thee, — wtweeefciittv^fcz^Lti .«. ? -dare die for thee, ^'?Mifrthweiore. J ?&J 0 light, ^ Altt.not ,et, AlfiSJr',r*;?'Mh $? b'Pht :^^vW»MW'dim «id bright »y lamp u set ; iv AIM*'* mm we whiten ?» 'in the waste below, ftfe-Wfrda Aen 'and brighten, a^lW«M-''*nd we flow ; fcwJHmatretch the height* above, and nights above, ' /^-'r.of*Mfc in® storm'* stream — iiffejSjgJttB' of .all lighta above, f* Aft thou a dream 1 No dream, O far Siv&flweet light and strange. I Nob a* dreams are, %yB«6A ihorned star ss Thatdoth not change. ' pmi&rw,tpie -world thou hut gleamed -/;.;8ibca the fir«t dim day ; khfrftnufiB have been dreamed fe'-iAndiiave passed awey ; dreams have burned to thee, ; All days have turned to the, t O Liberty. „ /And aa all have yeahied to thee, We year...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Carlyle Thought. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

What &arlyle Thotoght. , j ' How delighted we should '4)1 be - . ^ tofthrow open our doors to Wim . : ; (Christ) and listen to His Divftje ^ preeepts Don't you think, so, Mr# Carlyle p ' asked a fine society :lady. '''4i-j~' Carlyle answered : ' No, madapij I- .'3 don't. I think if He had come A very fashionably dressed, with ... nlentv of momv. and .nrnantiiit n v'.:'-' doctrines palatable to the higher orders, I might have had the ihonor ' 3 of receiving from you. a oard of. vitation, on . the baek of whioh would be written, 4 To meet onr ^ 8aviour.' But if he came* uttering ' r-| his sublime precepts, and denonne- ' * 'J ing the Pharasees, and associating ' with the publiitans and lower, , ^ orders, as he did, you wonld .have ?'?. ' * treated Him as the Jews did, and ' w cried out, 'Take Him to Newgate ,.#-3 and hang Him.' f ' . jf ' v^j

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Li Hung Chang. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

Li HasftCkaBg, Li Hung Chang is credited with: ? being the possessor of a fortin^.' , that is estimated at from £20,000^ .. - 000 to £80,000,000, and he' was nolv;. a king of industry, either. He had: no factories, no mines,, no ships, but he had ' directive genihsi.'' / It - consisted of being able to direct ' other persons to deposit some of 1 their wealth in his hands, or else - r. .'§| go and deposit their heads in a bae- ^ ket that waited for thenn.' Li was not essentially different from his ?- European and American brothers, , ;:i and was just as content -with the r ,'|J station to which hiB almond eyed' god had assigned him as they ars-- ' with the station to whioh their god has assigned them, but whioh it' takes all the forces of goydrinbent. ; . to keep them ib.—'. Weekly Peo- 4 pie.' % ' s ? ; -i; V-'$

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

— — r ? — ??Xfm Central Branch. % ^ Members are requested' to attsndPjk ^ Tuesday next. Owing to holidays-' the half-yearly meeting- will be \ held on Tubsday, January 21. Every member shonld attend and see they are financial. Members should make a point of attending b. anoh meetings. The following pathetio appeal has been received from a New ,v Guinea missionary stationed up in the cannibal country ' Oar' small force of brethren is abso lutely unable to cop* with!, 'the dis'ress whioh prevails i« this dark . and benighted land. Many of the - natives are starving for .toodL. '}'£/$. Please send a few more mission* - aries.' — ' Tocsin.' ' - ' ^ It is not want of money that I: debilitates a State ; it is want of , men.— Voltairs, The interests of &e subjects and. k, the rulers can never absolutely coinoide till the snbjeois them selves become the rulers. — Ma- CAD LAY. ' There is nothing noble in being ' superior to some other man. The r v true nobility is in being superior t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

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Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

WA, RBID, SOLIOITOE au. *e OmnadMioiier for : ASdavite BOLTON STBBftX NswMstls.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

MUNieiPAtlSATION. (From ' N.Y.- People.') Next to the issue of -( taxation.' perhaps even ablest of it, that of *c municipalisation ' is the most natural lure for capitalism to hold' oat to the masses. How olear it ' looks and sounds to say : ''Social ism is against the private owner ship of capital ; railway lines is capital ; let, us municipalise them ; that is a step in the direction of Socialism '! And, yet, however clear such a theory looks and sounds, there is none falser. Is the Police force a private undertaking in private hands P No, it is municipalised Is the militia a private undertaking in private hands P No, it is run by the State. Is the military a private undertak ing in private hands P No, it is nationalised. — And yet with the regularity of clock-work the municipalised Police is Been club bing the working-men on strike ; the State-ran militia is seen shoot ing them down : the nationalised military is seen looking them up in Idaho Bull pens. Nationalisation, obviousl...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The People." SUBS. RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

'The People.' Subs. Received. Queanbeyan. — ML, 2s ; WH, 3s ; ^K, ta AP, 2s. _ 4, Pvrmout.' — MB, Is, - . Bnrwood. — HP, 3s Sydney. — — .G. la. Darlington. — SD, Is. Woollahra, — RD, Is. V.Smedmore. — HT, 2s. P^ddington. — HT, 4s. Aldxsqdria. — JJ--, Is. Adelong. — airs. W, Is 6d. West Mainland. — RP, 4s. Leichhatdt. — AJ, 2s ; JS, 2s. SO Newtown. — JB, Is; — B, 6d ; JB, Is. Balmain. — TJR, Is; HM, Is ; ft S, ls ; SD, la. Erskinville.— JE, Is ; JO, Is ; J A, Is ; AC B, Is , CW, Is ; WS.ls ; (*K, Is. Kozelle : -AM, 6d ; AC, 6d ; T. N, 2s ; CJ, Is ; AF, Is ; TH. Is ; E B Is ; WM, Is ; JLH, Is . TD, Is ; MM, Is ; A' , Is ; AN, Is ; RWL, la; HC. ls ; JB, Is; — L, Is; R LT, Is ; JM.B, 1b ; AH, Is j — .H, 6d ; RW, Is ; MVV, 6d j OT. Is ; L W J, Is ; WO, Is ; SO, 6d ; AJ, 2s ; AT, Is; DS,ls; FO, Is; PO'R, 1b ; JP, 6d ; J W, Is ; ECM, 1b ; F H, Is ; HTA, Is ; JP, Is.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

' The PEOPLE ' Prihthry 100 Gents' Visiting Cards ... 3s 6d 100 Ladies' „ „ ... 3s Od (Name and Address.) ?Removal. The Offices of Thb People have beeu. removed from Kid man's Buildings, 74 York street, to 16 GEORGE-STREET WEST,! SYDNEY, V / e

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Organising Committee. FIXTURES. Saturday, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

Organising Committee. FIXTURES. Saturday, Jan. 4. Balmain — Chair, W. Stevenson Sunday, Jan. 5. Hall Door — I. McDermott Attend Hall 2.30, convey platform, eic., to Doma'n, A. Riisfeldt, J. McDermott, A. Smith. Chair, F. H. Drake. Batburst-et. | Chair, S. Sloan e Members are urged to note theBe fixtures and attend to same,

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAKIR SCOTCHED. IN HIS OWN STRONGHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

Hp FAKIR SeOTGHBD. ?i HIS OWN STRONGHOLD. ^BplOH Tuesday night, of the week ^K|b|fore last, W. M. Hughes. M.P., ^Hpnooeeded in persuading the men of ^Kine Carters' Union to refuse to hear deputation froto the Tailoresses' HpUnion, because (he alleged) the ^Hfjnresident of the- latter anion' had ^Bflmade certain oharges against him H^|'(Haghes) for which he had never Kfl»Doloerined. . The following night a deputation If from the girls' union was to have I -been received by the Wharf ? 'Laborers. This the latter body had t igreed to, without any conditions | |rhatever, and the Tailoresses re $ Reived an official communication to | that effect. I|| When the Tailoresses* deputation ;v reached the door of St. Phillip's i. 'flchoolroom, however, they fonnd P?lMr. Hughes violtntly declaiming -%gainst their being received, unless pon condition that Mr. Holland was ;$jnot admitted with them. Bemaining outside in the mean 'Stime, they were notified that the ^ 'iromen of the deputation would b...

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 — 4 January 1902

OFFICIAL.. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST . 9 LEAGUE. ' M * Headquarters : Jfl Mabx Hall, 251 Castlereagh St., 9 Sydney. object : 'fl The establishment of a Co-opera- ;S tive Commonwealth founded on the H Collective Ownership of the Land and « Means of Production, Distribution, ,S and Exchange. .H methods, 'H The industrial and political organi- H sation of the workers — mental and manual ; Distribution of Socialist .H Literature, Lectures on Socialism, also eocial, political, and industrial H questions ; and, to attain our objeob H (a Co-operative Commonwealth), tha 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 S':^H p.m., at Headquarters. Public Invited. Questions and discus ' cusion allowed time permitting. Musical Evening and Lecturette,;^^H First Sunday in eaoh month. Economic Class.— The ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902

Wo regret having to record the | sadden death of Mr. John Howe— an old subscriber to ' The People.' Early on Christmas eve he was riding on the ft ont platform of a cable oar, and, when roundinsr a ourve at Boomeranor street, was thrown violently to the ground. The base of his sknll was fractured, and he d ed shortly after being admitted to the hospital with out regaining consciousness. De ceased was for many years em ployed at the Government Dock, Cockatoo Island, and1 his death is greatly regretted by his fellow em ployees, who all ugree that he was a WHITE' MAN. Now, I saw in my dream, that just as tbey had ended their talk, tbey drew nigh to a very miry slough, that was in the midst of the plain ; and they, being' heed less, did both fall suddenly into the bog. The name of the slongh was Despond.— Bdmtah'.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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