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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

CLEAN MEALS For the Workers AT PARK STREET CAFE - 13 Park Street, City

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Economic Class [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

Economic dass ? ♦ The class met on Sunday morn ing last, when Comrade Thomson presided, and read Chapter 'VII, Gronlnnd's ' Co-operative Com monwealth,' which was discussed by the class. The continuation of the discussion on ' Money : its function and value,' will take place on the last Wundav in this month. Every member should come pre pared to discuss the question.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organising Committee. FIXTURES. Saturday, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

Orga risfrg QtnmiUee. , FIXTURES. . '* Saturday, Jan. 18. Kockdale, — North Shore-— Corner Mount and Walker-streetB. Now, I saw in my dream, that just as they had ended their talk, they 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 slough was Despond. — Buntan. Socialism to-day is no Utopian dream, based on an impossible future, an unsubstantial present, and a little underwood past. Likewisp the moder'. Socialist is no impractical dreamer, weaving political images of a future state ?which has no visible means of support and no logical connection with present conditions. No ! The Socialism that is ex pounded to-day by men of science and learning, men and women of cnlture and education, people with sound sense and logical minds, is a doctrine founded on factsofoureconomicenvironment . to-day ; knowledge of the econo mic conditions of the past upon which is built up a sound theory4'*...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAILORESSES' UNION. SEVERS CONNECTION WITH LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

TA1LORESSES* UNION. ? ? ? SEVERS CONNECTION' WiTH LABOR COUNCIL. At the meeting of the Sydney Labor Council last week, corres pondence intimating the decision of the Tailoressea to sever connection with that august body, was re ceived from the Secretary of the Girls' Union. Mrs. Geddes rose to state reasons for this action, when the President said the Council must give per mission first. This has never been insisted upon before in connection with any union, it being always understood that delegates as a matter of course speak on communications from their unions. However, permission was given. Mrr. Geddes said the Tailor eases were leaving the Council owing to the manner in which they had been treated, and they felt no alternative was left them. Through the action of the Executive of the Council, Hordern'a firm had beaten the Union, and as they had anticipated and warned i he Council, other fac tories were now taking advantage of that circumstance. Wright and Co. had already made a r...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPEN ANSWER. TO A REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FROM THE SALVATION ARMY. 120 W. 22 Street, New York, Nov. 14, 1901. The Salvation Army, 66 Fourth Place, Brooklyn, N.Y. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

AN OPEN ANSWER. ? » TO A BEQUEST FOR ASSIST ANCE FROM THE SALVATION AKMY. (From New York ' People.1') 120 W. 22 Street, New York, Nov. 14, 1901. The Salvation Army, 66 Fonrth Place, Brooklyn, N.Y. : Dear Sirs. — I have your letter of . recent date, asking me for a contri \ bntion to build a ' home ' for Bai | ! lors. I in reply 1 have to inform you I that I have no money to giae your I organisation for any pnrpose what | ever, because your Army u a fraud § and a snare for the class I represent I , — the working-class. I With your theology I have no I; thing to do. What I want is ius Ir- tice 'on earth as it is heaven.' fc' ,' Yon may think your robes of sanc l --?? tity should cloak you from investi j . gation, bat the Sooialist knows that p:' the devil is accustomed to use K^the liveiy of heaven to accomplish ?phis ends, and therefore he applies to frftyour organisation the touchstone Isf for all others, 'Prove all things, Ki&nd hold fast that whiok is good.' KgTested thus,...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Snap-Shot. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

A Snap'Shot. ? » Black beard, streaked with gray.. Eyes that can't look you square in the face. 1*| Voice like a cross-cut saw driven viciously through rnsty corrugated iron. Conscientious as a Fakir. Was once saved by his conscience fron signing the B.L.P. pledge ] \ Honest as a nrofessioual politi cian. Loyal as Judas Iscariot. Truthful as Annanias. Of chivalry the embodiment, as the tailowsses ltn'W. Patriotic as Toby Barton. - Wants to save his o -untry ; does n't care whether in Parliament or: well-paid Gov. Job. Now, who is be P Registrar Addison says the Ax- ' bitratiun Act is now in force, and that it will be a bad thing for those who bring about a strike or lookout.. But he's not in a position to say what is a strike or what is a lock out. Such problems must be solved by the court— not yet constituted.. Therefore, according to this gentle man, the workers jgfnat submit to any reduction tbe employers care to make, pending the constitution of the capitalist court.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROSECUTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL. FOR DELIVERING HANDBILLS. CONCERNING TAILORESSES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

PROSECUTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL. FOR DELIVERING HAND BILLS. CONCERNING TAILORESSES' MEETING. On the 26th November, 1 900, a City Council by-law was gasetted prohibiting the distribution of hand bills within the city limits. That by-law has been more - honored in the breach than in the observance, and almost every day thousands of ' dodgers ' are distributed by various business houses. fill ? ? _11_ 'I »'* 1 ?» .Lnese are anowea a tree-nan d, apparently. Ten thousand dodgers were dis tributed by the Tailoresses' Union to advertise its mass meeting in the Protestant Hall. Most of these were distributed by lady members of the Committee, but at Hardern's factory Mr. P Underwood under took the work of distribution, ac companied by Mrs. Kobinson. Result, name taken and sum moned to appear at tbe Central on January 10. Mrs. Robinson waa / not interfered with, nor yet were- ?:. ''? the others who distributed the bills- x at other centres. . ? ??;?'? ^'U$jj work-: ? a^T^^Wmw^^^m factory durin...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

To Correspondents Axl matter intended for insertion in current week's issue of The Pbopm must reach this office before 6 p. m on Monday. Write legibly, and oh one aids of the paper only. Write with black ink on white the lines. See that your letters are properly stamped. The office is frequently penalised because of deficient postage on its corresoondence. H.E.J. — To Bay you are a '? true British subject ' is rather an ac knowledgement of servility, isn't it, Don't get exoited, anyhow, Those statements were made on oath, and no evidence was called to | disprove them, Your loyalty to the cause of the Bobber Crowd hat upset yonr better jndgment, that's a 1. But we'll forgive you. The ehafta you launohed against Op. preaaion'a throne t - v'%-i Hmdhardly in the duat ?Bs&ut»ftV'':'v lain ??-?? ., ! Ere by the legions who your guidance own They were upgathered and sped on again 1 . ' ^ ? --Bbbahobb. %

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Socialist League. NOTICE TO BRANCHES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 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 Secretary, Gen. Treasurer, two trustees, and seven members of the Gensral Committee. All nominations to be made through the Branches, and returns to reaoh the undersigned by January 3 1st. Jab. O. Moeoney, Gen. Secretary.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

Waterloo Branch. This Branch held its usual fort nightly meeting on the 7th inst. We opened with an outdoor meet ing, Isaacs and Neill speaking. They had a very good attentive meeting ; in faot, the people out here are ju-t on the verge of realis ing what Socialism means for them. to Alexandria Town Hall, where Comrade J Warner presided. The proposed discussion was adjourned on account of other important busi ness. Members of this Branoh are no tified 'o attend meeting in Alexan dria Town Hall on the 21st instant, 7.80 p.m., to receive secretary's half yearly report and balance sheet and to eleot officers for the ec suing half year. Alfbid B. Pboud, Hoi Sec.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEPPER AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

teEPPISR AND SALT Kiy-M . ? — |if The world listens eagerly and ; without prejudice to the new d,oc' ' trines ; and that attitude tells of a r xnarvellous intellectual growth of pdnr race. Mark the transition. In j&the year 1600 Bruno was burned at ! the stake for teaching that our I yerse. In 1700 Newton was pro | Bounced ' impious and heretical ' Ilbjr a large school of pnilosophers I ibr declaring that the force whioh K holds the planets in their orbits is Kttniveraal gravitation In 1800 IfLmplace and Hersohel are honored Efor teaching that gravitation built ?Hup the system which it still con K trols ; that our universe is but a Eminor nebula, our sunjnifc a minor Rstar, our eath but a mere atom of ?matter, our race only one of my KnVJii t\f mnaa nannlino aninnnitv of Kworlds. Doctrines, which but the Bspan of. two human lives before Kwpnld have brought their enuncia Ktors to the stake, were now pro Blnounced not impions, but sublime. if---' The Story of 19th Century i|Sc...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARX HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

MARX HALL. Comrade jHokoney lecturing on ' The International Fight for Com mercial Supremaoy,' said that con siderable feeling had recently been displayed on the continent against Crreat Britain in connection vmu South African affairs An agitation had been commenced by the capi talists of Holland in the direction of boycotting British shipping, and the idea was seized by American and European capitalists with the view of outflanking their commer cial rival. The Transvaal was the cloak used to cover up the covetous greed of continental capitalism, and by thus overmanning the real object it was hoped to engender into the working-class on the continent a feeling of extreme rivalry against Great Britain, and so more easily itiAnna t.Vio wnrkors to refrain from handling British-made goods. By this means they trusted to squelch one of the greatest commercial powers. - he Socialists of Europe perceived clearly the object of this assumed ' sentimentalism ' on the part of these sympathetic c...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

PROPAGANDA. . ? ?*- . Owing to the holidays interven- 1 ing, and the Garden party on Saturday, no meetings were held except those at the Domain and Bathnrst-street. The speakers at the Domain meeting were Comrades J. Neill, Morrish and Moroney. At Bathurst-street meeting Com rade Christenesn was chairman, while Isaacs and Drake were the sneakers.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

Garden Party. The first garden party of the season eventuated at Ooogee on Saturday last., when there was a hamper attendance of pleasure seekers at the Aquarium, where dancing and. singing was carried on from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. ''he So cialist movement appears to be re cognised widely as an organisation ''»' *uows now to cater for its supporters with cheap amusement as well as the studying of economic problems. The large attendance can be improved on February 9, wh-m the next party will eventuate, and we truBt to see all there again. The only members of the Federal Parliament who voted a?au-at Barton's motion were McDonald (Q), Thomas (N.R.W) Higgmg (Vio), Ronald (Vio.\, Bamford(Q.). vvhat a pill fvOr ^ .UP. rank and file to chew !

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

General Executive. ? v ? . This committee met on Friday night. Present: Comrades Carson, Thomson Batho (chair), Drake, Isaacs, Moroney, Clark. It was decided to convene a general meeting of members for the second Monday in February to consider reorganising proposals.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

Thp People readers are noti- * fied that their papers are never posted lator than Friday, and '?} should be delivered by first mail 1 on f^aturday, except in very remote districts. Sydney and suburban and Newcastle readers should re port late delivery to the local post- I master in the first case, and then j — if the matter is not remedied-—- i to the Deputy Postmaster-General. 1 Printed and published for the- 1 proprietors by Henry Edmund J Holland, at 16 George-street J west, Sydney. 1

Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

k '? HE PEOPLE fc'' Weakly Organ of Australian SoclalUm. 6 FaHlabad ?Tory B«t«rd»7 Morning at C' 16 GEOBGui Sf. WEST ff SYDNEY. ,'!? ' BUBSORIPTION. - New Booth Walei. - jb» Ymx (In adnooe) .. U. ' '?- OaaQauter .. .. Is. Single Copy .. .. ld-- f Other OolenlM— U M par qurtar, -? per yeu. , to«Uad, America, sad otbtr eonntriea, £? pet ?r '' ADVB8TISBMBN1S. a«U Iaiartton— Vint i.noh, »? 6d ; nob BnbM dneatinoh, litd. ; j tfMiu unuig«ai«ati for «Unding oontrasta All communications, literary and buii ness, to beaddressed, and cheques, P O - Orders. Postal Notes, etc., to be made payable to h . E. HOI/LAND, Managing Editor. mEtJST MONEYS to lend— on Beal ; X or Personal Security. JAMES DART, Solicitor, 4o-. Commifuoner fo , Affidsrit*, Bolton-Streot Newcastle. HE INTEEN ATIO NAL SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman's Buildings, comer York and Market-sts Sydney. All lending Europe in and Ameri can Socialist organs »'d magazine! are filed for Members' me. Committee m««ti erery Wedmdfcv at 8 p m. JfATKO...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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If Parsons would Think. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

If Parsons would Think. Ahotheb Boyceterous nostrum to cure Social Disease : ' 'i he age of consent should be raised to 17 or 18 years, and street solicitation should bevmade distinctly illegal, and suppressed. Kome of out streets at night would disgrace any city in the world.' What is the good of raising the age of content while you allow a system to re main that drives the daughters of the working-class ob to the streets. The men who uphold the capitalist system are they who are respon sible for the crime of prostitution ; and, even though the capitalist class — who hate the ugliness of their own work — should succeed in driving their own victims from under the glare cf the gas 'lampB, the evil would stil exist in the darker and more brntal alums, wnicn tarnish heavy and welcome rent incomes to the property owners. If only the average par son would tie his head up in a very web towel, and think some before he starts out to orate — and if only the majority of parsons were not so co...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

KERNELS. —? ?? ? ^ ? A Job has beea found — on the Western Lands Commission-tor Hugh Langwell, M.L.C. Prfoe, £1000 a year. Coalminers should ask whit steps the See Government intendi to take to amend the Coal Mines Act. Kecent cable : ' There was, said Mr. Chamberlain, hardly a man in Australia or Canada who had not expressed scorn and contempt {or pro-Boer politicians.' Tens of thousands of people ia Australia have expressed contempt and loathing for Chamberlain and his brutal war for Gold— againBt wo men and children as well as men. Sydney Wharflaborers, if they were to act in conjunction with the wharflaborers of Newcastle, could win their desired increase of 3d per hour in one act. But they appear to be inclined to allow matters to drag until the Capi talist Arbitration Act comes into operation. ' During the six months ended December 31, the Boers lost ova 11,000 men, 1162 were killed, I 876 wonnded, while 7593 were taken prisoners, and 1912 sur rendered.' Previous to that time ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902

f DON'T I MISS I An opportunity of . H spending a real good H time when within reach ; and for ? one brief spell drown the cares of H life in the whirling maze. H REMEMBER ? Life is short ; but yon can H add one bright moment -^M to its many dark hours -^M , by attending our -^M GARDEN - PARTY! SATURDAY, JAN. 11. H Danoing, &c, 3 to 10. Tickets, 1 ,'^B

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