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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 4 January 1902
r DON'T I MISS ? An opportunity of S spendinga real good^^| time when within teach ; and one brief spell drown the cares of fl| life in the whirling maze. REMEMBER ? Life is short ; bnt you ess add one bright moment to its many dark hoott^l by attending our GARDEN - PARTM v SATURDAY, JAN. 11. '9 Dancing, &o., 3 to 10. Tick ets, Thf People readers are noti-^H fied that their papers are never^H posted lator than Friday, and^H should be delivered by first mail^| on Saturday, except in very remote districts. Sydney and suburban®® and Newcastle readers should re^^H port late delivery to' the local posti^H master ia the first case, and thenj^H — rifthe matter is not remedied-r^^B to the Deputy Postmaster-GeneraL^H Printed and published for proprietors by Henry Edmund^ Holland, at 16 George-street I west, Sydney.}} I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. . Headquarters : Mabx Hall, 251 Castlereagh St., Sydney. object : 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 manual ; Distribution of Socialists I 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 I Invited. Questions and discus- ,fl cusion allowed time permitting. '? Musical Evening and Leoturette, iH First Sunday in eaoh month. Economio Glass.— The Glass meets every Sunday - at 10.30 ...
The Future Earth-Life. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
The Future Earth-Life. O, ye that dwell in Badness, oaring not Whether ye die or live, and unoonaoled E'en by that gleam which we who love ye aee Shine through the mists faat round the future rolled. To you a word ia spoken, hear ye, then ! And deaden not your ears, nor turn aside ; No siren's song is thia to lure ye on To worse mishap, or falsely ye to guide. True men speak to vou, workera as yourselves, Who toil with ye at bench, tnd desk and loom, Brothers and friends, who aee with eyes late-cleared The way that yet shall lift your eyes from gloom. No longer shall ye drudge, aa ye have done, Content to take the dole your master's giva And, dog-like, grateful unto th-sm that hold, By social fraud, the meana whereby ye livel . This earth is yours and ours, all men have A common heritage in all (he yields Mineral and ore, and wealth of golden «r»in, . . Glory of hills, and beauty- af fair fields. ! All these are nature's gifts for ye to hold In common fief, each sharing .all with ea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
Australian Socialist League. NOTICE TO BRANCHES. A call is made for nominations according to constitution, rule 17, for General Executive, for General Secretary, Financial ^eoretaryjGen. Treasurer, two trustees, and seven members of the General Committee. All nominations to be made through i.l_ - Tfc ? li. » tut? x-r»nonea, aim returns to reaoQ the undersigned by January Slst. Jab. O. Mobobey, Gen. Secretary. Thb Offices of Thb People have been removed from Kid man's Buildings, 74 York street, to 16 GEORGE-STBEET WEST, SYDNEY, '? ^ -^ttratrSANCE POLICIES MK n Allllllrll H wiU cover you r life for £laa against Bill ?1)1 U. CT death or pay Ll per week for dwable meat. TUe Colonial Mutual Fire In ' uranceCo., Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all olaimB retulting from BUBONIC PLAGUE,. By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get this boon f tee of charge together with the best made and fitting garment in and out of this dis trict. We substantiate what we lay by refunding your money...
O'Sullivan Saves the Country. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
O'Sallivan Saves the Country. Tucker Hill is in full swing. Strong, able-bodied men are wheel ing Band, on the old-fashioned principle — a sheer waste of public money. They are supposed to be making a 'roadway to extend New land-street, Waverley. We are strong believers in the day-labor system, but sooner or later Tucker Hill (whioh costs five times more than it could he done for by contract) and some other Government day labor jobs, must seriously endanger the principle. No country can long stand paying twioo and three times wbat a job is worth in the open competitive market. Under So cialism men will get wbat tbey pro duce or its value. If the men on some of the Government day-labor jobs (Tucker Hill included) got what they produced, or its .'value, they would get but little. The politically appointed loafer must be shifted, if the day-labor Bystem is to be a success. This was cabled from London last week : Your Commonwealth is a sounding brass tinkling cym bal,' says Dr. Parker t...
PEPPER AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
PEPPER UNO SALT. We would ask the Minister for Pnblio Works why it is necessary before a man can get employment on a work being carried out by day labor, to call at some public depart ment and sign a book. To sim plify matters would it not be ad visable to give the foreman on the works power to engage men and discharge them on tne same lines as the individual contractor does, holdingthe foremen responsible for the success of the system P No self-respecting foreman likes the present system, nnder which they are told by politically appointed work men that they cannot discharge them. We wonld suggest to the foremen On Government day-labor works that they refuse to allow the politician (' labor ' or otherwise/to foist men on to tbe works they are in charge of. Demand a fair op portunity to test the system of day-labor. Really The Peopl* didn't think Mat. Charlton woald get down to the level of a J.P.-ship. The men who helped Mr. Sam Hordern to maintain * Freedom of Oontract against the ...
Do They Forget? [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
Do They Forget ?: DoebW. M. Hughes, M.P.,. for. get the night that his friend (and political failure) W. A Holman, now M.D.A., introduced him. at the . Australian Socialist League as a public lecturer? Does he forget . the assistance and support the J League rendered to both Holman and himself for years ? Can either of them look back and say that they acted as men should act towards that organisation. Do they forget * how they denounced the scabs be fore tbey reached: the benches oj^ Parliament House P We of the Socialist '^movement dc not forget, and we have grown \ wiser through our. experience of . j these two sentlemen. Some of the ? members of the Australicn Xooialisfc League practically helped to finance them into Parliament, only to fiiud ;; that their Soaialism was from the teeth outwards. The Wharf La- ' borers and the Carters' Uoions, if I hey live long enongh, will under- ; ? stand Hughes as we understand him. They, will .know him as a . ;- greedy, unscrupulous political ...
"National Benevolence!" [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
'National Benevolence!*' Canon boyce bud his ootfgi$gf^(? ^ tionlaat Sunday':. ',They ehoiiId; Pensions Act is only the will of majority of the people.- enforoeil through the ballot box. - An Act of Parliament is orystallised will, or. desire, or demand, or opinion. The ; ballot box is a machine that we use. i ;;S to enforce our will. ? So we have really no reason to ''?'I be thankful to any one for Acts of ./ ? Parliament : they .are the direct' - outcome of our own action at the;-;V. ballot box. We protest against the ft view that Old Age Pensions are charitable doles ; we hold that every citizen who contributes to the buillfc ing up of Society haB a right in \ his or her old age, or infirmity through accident or disease, to a pensiou sufficient to maintain him or her in comfort. We give our civil servants higher salaries than nine out of ten of them could command in the competitive market, and we guar antee them permanenoy and an adequate pension on retirement, while we sling a d...
COWARDLY BRUTALITY. SHOCKING OUTRAGES ON WOMEN. REVELATIONS OF A COURT-MARTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
COWARDLY BSD' TflLLITY. SHOCKING OUTRAGES ON WOMEN'. REVELATIONS OF A COURT MAftTlAL. (From the ' Weekly Freeman ' Duhlin.) England's .infamous methods in attempting to crush out of exis tence the brave little Republics of South Africa are well understood in this country, where the re membranoe of somewhat similar atrocities in 1798 has not by any means faded from the national consciousness. We give our readers this week particulars of a court-martial trial held at Pre toria in April laBt, which are a fair sample of tbe methods whioh are strengthening the resistance of the Beers. The full official report of the proceeding thereat has been placed in our hands, and there is absolutely no question of its en tire accuracy. It is a most damn ing indiotment — this cold unim passioned record of naked facts, told under solemn oath by the simple-minded wives of Boer farmers ; and in once sense it is to be regretted that the interests of public morality will not permit of the evidence of thes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
IBiaiE people I; ; , ? , Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. HVjV* . Fnbltthed ?r«rj 8*tarday Horning »t O RGjs ST. WEST !/ ? , STMKY. ?C ' CtSHS S:'-: - OtlwOoianta^l* M per quarter^ 6i ysr ;w - . ? ingland, Amerlok, and other ?ountrlei, £? ret ll-nlri iuiiiiiwI1^ (tending contraoU All communications, literary and btm ' . pess, to beaddressed, and cheques, P 0 Orders, Poetal Notes, etc., to be made ' SS'b!e to u' B' H0LLAND' ManaRin^ 'rJ VrriEDST MONEYS to lend— on Beal V.'-;' : X or Personal Security. JAMES J'i DART, Solicitor, Ac*. Commi»»ioner fo ithe intern ational ? 1 SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman'* Buildings, comer York and Marketxti i.; Sydney.All leading Europe in and Ameri- I V:-.' .'' can Socialist organs and magazines are filed for Members' u»e. Committee ? meets every Wednsdav at 8 p.m. ; t . — — ? ? FATBONI8E liocal Industry BY DRINKING WOOD'S CELEBBAIEU i r DASTLEMAINE ALE. ( ALE AND STOUT * EQUAL TOIMPOBTED S AT LE88 THAN HALF THK 008T
To Trades Unionists. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
To Trades Unionists. We would suggest to the Trades Unions that they devise some sort of examination into the fitness of the individuals who are canvassing for their votes as persons capable of adjudicating in a Court of Arbitra tion on their behalf. The men who have no knowledge of the economic position or tne worKing class, or the history of trade unionism (and I there are many such in high places in the union and labor ranks) are unworthy persons to place in such a position. The worker wants no subtle 'thimble-rigger ' as his re presentative, but a clear-headed, well-informed, capable, determined class-conscious man of his own class, who will not fear the frowns of tbe two reps, of the capitalist class when he cuts a swath wide and deep through their class deci sions. Don't, we say? elect any man who has lived on trades unionism, but get the man who has lived for trades-unionism. The class met on Sunday morn ing last, F. H. Drake in the chair. The consideration of ' Gronlund'a Co...
THE OUTLOOK FOR LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
THE OUTLOOK PGR LABOR. Wh have entered the second year .... of the 20th Century, and the'se , coud of the so-called ' Australian Commonwealth.' And what is the outlook for tbe workers whose toil h;.3 builded tbe superstructure - from base to pyramid ? Are the uiuio uupgiui — mure * ? ^nglifur P Is work more plentiful , ^ —mors permanent? Are wageB ' } tyhnr, hoars shorter ? '*? The answer mast be in the ljogative. -. Tlie seameD, unless some extra ordinary impetus in given to the ||E'nipping business, have practically g'Rgreed — or rather, their reprejenta r i ea have agreed — to accept a re ed ction of 10s a month, the amount ft tr ey secured as a rise last year, and vhich the shipping capitalists are £ Wifcing to get back, I'hr men on the ferries have tied tleras«)lves np with compromise ^ibnfc nifects both wages and hoars, ^ with ;in infinitesimal advantage to their class. b In hardly any trade or calling ^'(vritb a few exceptions, perhaps) fMa their any likelihood of mach im ^pr...
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
KERNELS. Trades-unionists who uphold the capitalists' War for Gold in South 'tfiS^gunk 'Sf'Chaniberlaih s'ttoBber Class are to be turned on the union ists now on strike at Lord Penrhyn'E slate quarries in Wales. Of working-class children born in London 50 per oent die before reaching the age of five years. Johannesburg 'Star' has resumed publication under the editorship of Mr. Moneypenny — one of the most unscrupulous tools of the Rhodes - Chamberlain gang. 'Twas Money penny who flsd in haste from Jo hannesburg when the war com menced. Johannesburg 'Witness' declared that he went disguised as a wet-nurse. Kipling has got 'em again. This time it's a shriek for conscription. The Boer fighting force never amounted to more than 30,000 Aotual British losses amount to more than three times that number. Sydney's employing class are so well satisfied that the capitalist Ar bitration Act is going to work out in their favor that an effort is to be made to drag the tailoreases before the court...
PHOTOGRAPHIC. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
PHOTOGRAPHIC. Sam Smith. ''Labor' M.P., Justice of the Peace, and (self styled) ' Australian Plimsoll,' might be described as one of the .va- most cunning tricksters in AuBtra ban politics! He bas no knowledge of the economic position of the working-class, but possesses a boundless assurance, a tremendous conceit, a laughable capacity for - posturing, and a fathomless affecta tion of wisdom and power. Self JntereBt he places before everything else; and, not satisfied with his present exalted position as State M.L.A., he aspires to the dizzy ' eminence of the Capitalist Arbitra 1 toon Court as ' Labor ' Arbitrator, k At present he receives £300 a year ; I bnt the Job on which his eyes are r now fixed carries with it £750 a year. And the workers are asked j[ to leave their cause in his hands, the while be is paid to sit with his ? frood friends, the capitalists. Mr. Smith is one of the men who longht for Hordern against the yjtailoresses, and he used his influence Ho prevent the Seame...
Rev. Robjohns on the Wrong Track. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
Rev- Robjohns on tbe Wrong Track. Riv. Jjeonard Robjohns, M.A., late acting-warden of the Mansfield House Settlement, London : ' The great need to-day in their large cities was that some of their wealthy and cultured people — who had fled from the crowds, and gone to the more healthful and beautiful suburbs to live — should come back again and live in the city, and help their fellow men there to live true and honest lives. This was wbat Christ taught, and it was the only way of redeeming the world from destruction.' Not at all, sir. The need of to-day in this, as in all other conntries, is that the working class understand their economic position. Given that, redemption of the world is assured. The workers who already under stand their economic position are acting at the ballot box, and every week their numbers are increasing, and any attempt of a clergymen or ohnrch to stem that understanding by bringing back to the slums the men who uphold a system that created the slum, the crimi...
THE CAPITALISTS' BREVIARY. THE NATURE OF THE GOD CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
THE enPITHHSTS' BREVIARY. From ' The Religion of Capitalism,' by Paul Lapajujue. L THE NATURE OF THB GOD CAPITAL. 1. Hearken unto the words of Capital, thy God 2. I am the man-eating God ; I seat myself at table in the mills, factories, mines and yards, and feed upon working-men. I transform their substance into godly Capital. I am the Unsolvable Riddle. My substance is eternal, and yet it rests upon perishable flesh ; my strength is derived from human weakness. The inert force of Capital is the life force of the workingman. 3. I am the Immeasurable Spirit of the civilised world ; mjf body has innumerable forms and is) manifold. I live in and pervade everything that is bought and sold. 1 am ac tive in every article of merchandise; none has, besides me, any separate existence. 4. I. shine in gold, and stink in dung ; I ferment in wine and poison in vitriol. I live in everything. 5. Man sees, feelB, smells, and tastes my body, bat my spirit is finer than other, and is still, less comp...
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
At Monday's meeting, held tufl the auspices of the Tailoroifl Union, every reference to .? Socialists and the Socialist ojfl ment was heartily cheered bj fl vast audience. fi Received : Coghlan s ' StaMH — -ix States of Australia and Zealand, 1861 to 1900.' 'fl Barrier ' Truth,' in one colpfl laad6 Toby Barton for 'his rejitfjB to the influence brought tolH on him in favor of sending contingent to South Afrio&jS another column of the same pag-H wrecker of Barrier Unionu^H loudly damned because 'BraajM gem Joe has whistled and dog^H haB followed.' Even ' Truth ' should know man who smashed tilings Broken Hill minors wooW^H hesitate to do as lie wa,ffl^fl by the British Robber which ?' Brummagem pears to be chief spokesman present time. Saturday night last was noi^M conducive to the holding air meetings, nevertheless?^® decided to carry out the committee's programme. and Batho officiated as and the audience was tentive.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 January 1902
The Socialist Press III sistance Pond. I HSf 2s ; D.C., 2s ; H.M., 2d;H K., 2b 6d ; J.O.M., 2s ; F.H.D.M HL, 3b ; PC, Is ; A.R., la ; Doe^H Is ; TO, 2s ; AS, 2s S.C.O.,® Mrs. S.CC., 6d; J.M'D., !«;? D, Is ; W.Y., Is ; W.A.S..M Miss V, Is ; May Day, 2s ; Is; WWS, 2s; CC, 2s; Sofl Fund, 13s ; JB, 3s ; M.K., 10s ? ? A.K., 2s ; A,S , Is.