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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Man is said to be signalling to I : the earth; If that is tine, the question of communication is - a', 'nwhMiniil difficulty for the i future to solve! Is capitalism already dreaming of fresh markets ? I And shall we have to send a : militarv expedition up there to get - votes for the Outlanders and geld - mines for the thieves P 'Tis said ? there is nothing impossible under j thejun. 4' ~2£bor-rat Bleath announces that he .will rnnfor the Gwydir Federal ?eie aPwteotioniBb.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOR COUNCIL. AND THE O'SULLIVAN JOB. A WIN FOR FAKIRDOM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

THE LABOR COUNCIL. I AND THE O'SULLIYAN JOB. | A WIN FOR FAKIRDOM. I Sxdney Labor Council met on Thursday evening of last Woek, with Mr. ''hrower in the chair. A ' deferred letter from Mr. Toomey's O'Sullivan Testimonial Committee was again read, in which it was pointed out that the workers would be altogether void of gratitude if they neglected to reward such noble doings as those of the O'Sullivan. Mr. Moronev pointed out that they had already two motions on j the books against the Tooiney en terprise, and he contended it' would be necessary, to rescind 1 those motions before they could again discuss the matter. Ihe chairman ruled against Moroney, and said the letter be fore them was not exactly the same as thoBe previously dealt with. Mr. Frank Brennan argued that the matter was still open, and wanted to know if the minutes didn't make clear whaf had been done at previous meetings. ' . The secretary remarked that the minutes couldn't record the expression on a delegate's face, an...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

THE UNEMPLOYED. In the Commonwealth issue of tie Daily Twaddler , Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.L.A. (one of the numerous RL.L. Joshua's who are attempting to lead the workers of this colony into the social and industrial land of Caanan) has a short article on Labor, at the end of which he refers to the unemployed ques tion as a 'riddle.' ' -Now, this is a correct state ment of . the position of the Labor party to-day. Its leaders being admittedly unaware of the unemployed trouble, it should, therefore, be quite clear to the Workers that they are ignorant of the very rudiments of political economy, and of the system under which we live — the capi talist system. To the class-conscious Socialist the unemployed question is no riddle at all, but merely the inevitable and logical outcome of capitalism. Capitalism rules the world to day — industrially, socially, and politically. It does so by means of the private ownership of land and machinery, in short, the whole means of production, dis tributio...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Socialist League DEMANDS OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE (Adopted Easter, 1898.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Australian Socialist League ' ^ r v. KS'^,-avni -mm vr ? ? , - 1 ? v- . ; ' i'Yii-. 1 . - ? ? ? 1 ? — ? ; ^.DEMANDS— OP THE MISTULKN SOGIIIISTLEIIUE ?£' *, (Adopted Easier, 1898). : y ? ? J ? ? - — ? - ' Workers ol all eonstrles* Dnlte MARX. ' RMHE capitalist form of Society in which we at present ^ Mk live', and .which the capitalists uphold, is based upon class supremacy, maintained b) class govern -}i * I nient through the private ownership of the means It'' * of production, distribution, and exchange. ?p) This economic power, this possession by the landlord gp,' ?' and capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth pr-; production, puts the working-class in complete subjec jk tion to the said dominant class, thusfdepriving the great ffyi mass ot the people ot the full product of their 'labor. I As the present system is thus based upon class an ; tagonismE and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will F only' permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth In the form of...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURNING & LOOTING IN SOOTH AFRICA. LETTERS FROM AN AMBULANCE MAN WITH METHUEN'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

BURKING & LOOTING } IN SOOTH APRI6A. LETTERS FROM AN AMBU LANCE MAN WITH METHUEN'S COLUMN. A CORPORAL of the Royal ? ; Army Medical Corps writes to a Sydney friend as follows : Jacobsdaal ? .5 ,-v Nov. 1, 1900: ' Since ever we have been under Methuen's command, we have been moved abqut .from pillar to post— to-day in Zeiernst, to-morow at Frieburg, and the next day . somewhere else, evi dently with the object of captur ing the Boers under De Wet, De La Rey, and Botha. Every. move :: on our part has befen a failure «s * far as the Boer-hunting went. We have plenty of r: fighting but the Boers alwayB get away ; so we have to be satisfied to burn almost every house : and : farm, and loot in a most Bcandalous fashion the houses of loyal Boers who have put themselves under the protection of the British flag. Warfare, as it is carried, on in the TranBvaal now very much je sembles the way it was carried on in the latter period , of- the , 30 v years' war in Germany^ The sufferings ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

To Our Lambton and New Lambton Readers. After thb data, Th* People will be posted .direct from the office to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount of subscriptions will be collected quarterly by MIL T. MELLING, of New lambton. *1 « ! 3 ^ ?g^s g. - - r/5 M it t s.18 - 5 3 S hB' i 5 4 III I ^ ' M I ° 1 » *?& i I ' £ r- O O ?» s. ^ « ? ? ( s- hd Printed and published for the * proprietors by Henry Edmund Holland, at Kidman's Buildings corner York and Jfarket-stB,. Sydney.

Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

j HARRY STEO0A 4c CO. r M Toe. oldqet Clothing:- Store In HtweMlS . ThePtic* 'We you g*teiw^V*

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

^ POLITICAL DEMANDS. 1. Abolition of the Legislative Council. 2. Introduction of the Initiative and Referendum ; the people to hsve the right to propose laws, and to, vote upon all maters of im portance. 8. One Adult One Vote. ' 4. Polling Day to be a Public Holiday. 5. All Public De'egates to be subject to recall by the respective coniiituenoies, 6. Administration of Justioc to be free of charge. Abo ition of . Flogging, Oajpital Punishment, and Solitary Confinement. . £L7. Every employee in the Publio Seivico to have the fnll rights of citiseuhip. No member to be discharged for the expressionof W political opinion, or for taking part in any political agitation.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Platform. SOCIAL DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

State Platform. , , SOCIAL DEMANDS. » . ^ 0H1LD LABOR.— All children to attain the age of 15 before r being peimitted to engage m any wage-earning occnpatton. :''r n WOMBK'S LABOE.— Equaliaatiou of Women's wage* with 1 - tlio-e ol men where equal service is performed. No woman to be em- r ^ ^.oyed under eonditiona detrimcntil to her hetlth or morality. 3, EIQHT-ilOUA DAY. — Bed uction of the honra of labor in ac cordance with the increase of production; immediate legalisation of a working day of eight hours (or leas), overtime to be a penal offence. 4. FACIOBIEB LEGISLATION. — An efficient and comprehensive Factories Act to provide for healthy and humane condition! of employ ment. Anj breach of thu Act to be a penal offence. All Factory In spectors to be elected by the worker* in their respective districts. ' All National and Publie Workshop* to be within the jariediotion of the PjVi.'EMPLOIEBS' LTABILITr. — An Employere' Liability Act, to .gioTide {oi!:eompen«ation to woikera who m...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

* CoWBTITBTiOHAL AlfSNDMEHTS. ? The League having fought for a Commonwealth Parliament of one Chamber in the election of which every Australian Citizen should have equal voting power ; and when the bi-cameral system was accepted haviag fought for proportional representation in the Senate and for the limiting of the powers of that Chamber would now point out that, the Constitution having been accepted by an overwhelming majority of Austraian people, regards it us impossible to secure any vital amend ment olf the Constitution until the evil effects have been experienced and pointed out to those who voted for its adoption, and denonnceB as traitorous to Australian workers any and all politicians who by de luding them with the cry of ' Constitutional Reform ' thereby with draw their attention from social legislation absolutely and im mediately necessary ; but at the Bame time reaffirms its opposition to the present Constitution, and while willing to aid in any honest attempt to place.th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Platform. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

Federal Platform. 1. UNDESIRABLE RACES.— The exclusion of races whose presence under present competitive conditions might lower the stand ard of living of Australian workers. 2. OLD AGE PENSIONS.— Pensions for the aged and infitm which will guarantee a decent standard of living ; the neceBsary fund to come out of the Consolidated Revenue. 8. ABOLITION OF MILITARISM.— The abolition of the per manent force, and the substitution of a Citizen's Defence Force. The   cessation of voting money for the maintenance of a fleet not owned by the Australian people. 4. INVENTIONS. — Inventions to be free to all. The inventors to be rewarded by the nation. 5. MONEY. — The Commonwealth to have the sole right to issue   money. 6. ADMINISTRATIVE.— (a) The Eight-hours day (or less) and the Union rate of wages (or higher) to be observed in all departments of the Commonwealth. (b) Direct Public employment. All publio works to be carried out without the intervention of the contr...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 26 January 1901

FREAKS AND FRAUDS. 1 HUGHES, M.P., still manages to have himreif well advertised by the capitalist press. A certain sign of his 'devotion' to tbe working class, is it not ? But to one so fond of ' something sub stantial,' a framed address and a   tin tea-service must be a disap pointment. Surely when West] Sydney property-owners give a i   purse of sovereigns, West Sydney I workers might repeat it. But that address is worth nothing to the pawnbroker. — — o** Reid's desire for Federal plums is called by ' S.M. Herald,' ' splendid audacity.'* ' O— Toby Barton will waste no time in getting the Federal High Court going; -but Old Age Pensions, and a ' White Australia ' are way-   down on his programme. Toby   wants that Chief Justiceship ready   when he makes a failure of his ' Premiership. 'Twill be better even than a McSharry case. A. H. Griffith having been dumped out of tbe running for the Federal plums by Newcastle min...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

^DEM ANis^ OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEMIIE (Adopted Easier, 1898). ' Workers of all Countries, DnUeP'-MHRX. - £|SHE capitalist form of Society in which we at present A live, and which the capitalists uphold, is based npon class supremacy, maintained b) cl^ss govern 1 ment through the private ownership of the means ? of production, distribution, and exchange. This economic power, this possession by the landlord and capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth [ production, pats the working-class in complete subjec tion to the said dominant class, thus depriving the great mass ot the people ot the full product of their labor. As the present system is thus based upon class an tagonisms and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will only permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth in the form of commodities for sale, paying to them as wages but one-third of the wealth so produced, and tak ing for themselves the other two-thirds as profits, the aforesaid mode of producti...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

OOMJtf ONWEAIiTH Drapery ' TOR 14 BAYS OILY NOW OAf. , Read oar Price Lists The Great Rednetions* Bareala* la avary Department Th* Whole Stock to ba turned j ilB?' ' j GOOK & CO. , isconomle 9Mb Orapers, STB, Strike's AUSTBAIi.: Q BOOT MART RBLIABLB Foot Wearl ' AUSXBAL GUjACEB ?j i 1 ' and - ALL KID B&LUOBALS. ^ - H^WCABTLK WEST TTT ANTED.— Addressed to, th e YY Mioers and other use's of DODD8' PICK and other TOOL HAH DUBW,. that all handles frbm date of Dodds* »afce will b* Jiranded thus— ' if TOOL HANDLE ( Ml ANUFACTORBR ji \\ vvAU-:^,;-r MAKER, II ' : I also beg to take this opportunity to ' THANK the Miners and other nsers of B-y handles, for. their assistance during the past 18 yean in bufldina up a little Australian Industry against au obstaeles. FBEDEBIO DODDS, !? 10-90 Adjirfning New Floor Mills If : ; CAIN'S POST OFFICE MMjiMM'iMumEliLi'' A'?;. '.oh;a:r.I4.es gain, K'-'S '.'' Ltte^nUm Hotal, Ooafordi ? , ; .. ? ' iROPBEETOE. ? ? ' ~ ~ O — , v Bast anH' Pure...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

SALMAGUNDI. ('By O.K.} When the wage - earning class ceabe imagining that they can get justice from politicians— or politi cal parties — who profeBs to believe in labor and Socialism, while., aoting to auit the capitalist class. ,,We wi 1 call them wiBe. ' Ihe so .called labor parties in Australia are busy digging their own graves. Good luck to them. i will save rne oociaists tasing ou the job. Our ' labor ' men are in just that condition that Martha deolared Lazarus to be in on a certain historic ocaasion. In the State of Queen ilaud there are 8099 male Kanakas and 490 fema ea ; 9892 tna'e Chinese and SJO females; Japanese, 3060 males, females 219 ; Javanese, 837, 21 femaies ; other Asiatic races. 2072 males, 120 females. otal ?— 24,470. ( - ' ' oat a oontemphbie thing the Trades-Union. Commonwealth pro ces*i -n was if the following be coirect : — ' Mrv Sec. i eddy (of the Presssrs' Union) reported that the expenses iu connection with the Commonwealth celebrations had run into more...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SLINGS & ARROWS [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

... ? , t . ~ J'™ SLINGS & ARROWS ' (By Nemo.) - O'Sullivan now runs what is sarcastically called the ' Labor movbment. ' Not a ' gathering takes place but he is there to b/ ess it. Jobs ! Jobs ! Jobs ! is the cry of the hungry fakir brigade. That's why . they stick to the O'Suiiivan. ' Does Frank Brennan, 'Labor uommissioner ana pat a Trades Unionist, still visit the racecourse in the capacity of a bookmaker, | or penciller for one ? I T-__11 ? 1_ J ? ? XT ? 11 muiocK-ariver iaaraau, otace Lands Minister, is to have a job in London as ' General Agent.' to push and find a market for the colonial capitalist. Plugger Copeland will retain his present job as Agent-General, you bet. Barton would have been a Land Nationalist had he been born some seventy years ago. So he ' says. Barton is dead, yet , lives. j But land and all the means of ? j life will be nationalised When he { iB forgotten. He is only a pass- ! ing sham. . j The People is making the fakirs squeal ; they will howl...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

OUR LETTER BOX. j H. OiABXa — ' Religious Precedence ' rather out of our ine. 0, Oust— Crowded oat Will con dense and print next week. AiroiMirr PisToii writei'i Why not try a bazaar or aate of work to help the rati oua funda of the Socialift movement. Ton hare a pai table hall for the purpoie and oonld probably enlist (he lerricea of 'a number of lady friends and eympathie errs who oan otherwise gire littlb practi cal help. Even the ohildren might do something in the way of entertainment, A friendlT exchange of usefnl prodaots, works of Art, curioi, books, eto. would' result, whioh would also help to develop* friendly feeling and interest in ooe an other, and would moteore r are in oppjr tuoity to energies that .partly lii o/jtside the too often abstract definition* of eco nomic debate and ethios This idea has poftibilitws in it,. if f*irlf Worked, to bring in a few pounds for the oauie. Ten. fifteen, or even twenty pounds might be easily raised by a two nights' sale of donatei wor...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalistic Value of Humanity. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

Capitalistic Value of Humanity. Th* latest jury e»tim«te of tht value of human life has been fixed at six cents. The administratrix; of the estate- of Cathcine Tracy, who was killed by the Union Bail way Company, was awarded this munificently compensatoy sum. This was one cent, more than the cost of a ride on the car, the wheels of which crushed her to death. It was just enough to prove, however, from the punitive standpoint that the corporation was technically culpable for tU murder, but the poor culprit was of smail account in any event. In faot, it was shown that the woman being somewhat advanced in years, . and having no e rning capacity, was ot no. special use to anyore. This is the only way the law luis of ndjuuting claims or damages .under like con ditions of death: from p. even table accident. — ' New York Herald.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BLUE MARK [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

A BLUB .MASK: ' ; l Through this par. denoteSlthat yonr subscription has al&bst pired-; Should you still wishcto have- the paper continued^ pleMA fongard postal .note - to y ^.TKe; MHnt^girig-Editor, TOK^SO^IP, Kidman's Buildipgi^oMX^

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Jingo News Is Made. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

How JlnfloNew* is Made. 'Last October Sydney Daily Telegraph printed this paragraph : olivz scHBinWR Avn sir alvkid UILSSB I heard this week on the best authority, writes ' Lorna ' in the British Weekly, a story about Olive Schriensr, which I hope miy be taken as a sign that the bitterness between opposing parties has begun to subside in Beuth Africa. Mrs. Conwright- Schriener s home is in Johannesburg, but shortly before the war broke out she left that town, and went to live in a country village near Kimbe ley. . From there she moved to her brothei 's home# in Capetown, where she has since been staying. A well-known American lady who happened to be living in Capetown, invited Olive Schriener to tea, and they were joined by Sir Alfred Milner. The distinguished authoress had a long and earnest conversation with the statesman, and when Sir Alfred Milner left Bhe bnrst into tears, and turning to her frisnd, said, with deep conviction, 1 That is an honest man.' To Tax Btolbtik's idea th...

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