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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902
£yfm 1 '?? 'raSfi^^tRBTJS^NCB POLICIES. vhlknhCIVII'fi will cover your life for £loo against L^ ?? ? ;?? II 41 1 1 II J9 death or pay LI per week for disable *J*X-*Jj* MM.WWM. *«. K* meat ^ colonial Mnfcual Fire In urance Co., Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all olaimt retailing from BUBONIC PLaGTJE ? By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get this boon f fee of oharge together with the best madk and PiTinta garment in and out of this di«. triot. We substantiate what we say by refunding your money xf we feilto please you. We understand our businesi, and that is why we speak plain. ? Ladies' CoBtumeB from £i— the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others Gents'. Suits. £i. For style, fit, and finish, they exnel. Others hare tried to iri'afa. but so far without success. J. B. SHEPHABD, Near A.J.S. Bank. ? 37a and 874 Hunter St.. Newca- tie West. WHAT PEOPLE SAY : ? — - CHARLESTON'S 'igSSES?9 Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful io x 12 Opal only /2I6
OFFICIAL. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters: MARX HALL, 251 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 January 1902
OFFICIAL,. AUSTRALIAN' SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Headquarters : Marx Hall, 251 Castlereagh St., Sydney. oRjEm1 ; 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 ' Tkiaf.riVtiiMnn nf StnAlnliafc 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 ' Tnesday 8 p.m. — Secretary, F. H. Drake. LectureB every Sunday night at 8 p.m., at Headquarters. Public Invited. Questions and dincus cusion allowed time permitting. MuBical Evening and; Lecturette, First Sunday in egen month. Economic Class. — jCjta i^hfta meets every San^Mm^MfJ^X/r^*^ Every ...
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
The Socialist Press As* sistance Pond. P.O. Is, A.T. 2s, G.I. 2s, J.V. 6d, F H.D. Is, Mrs. F.H.D. Is, A.B.P. 1h, J.H. 5s, J.O.M. 5s G.A.R Is, A.S. Is, H,L. 2s, W.P. 5s, W. A.S. Is, S.C.C. 4b 6d, Mrs. 8.C.C. 6d, RH. Is, A.R. 1b, T.O Is, R.D. 1b, N,R. 3s, H.O. Is 6d, C.C. 4s, R.D. Is, W.J. 6d, D.A. Is, S.B. £1, W. Wallsend Branoh lis 6d, Richmond River Brarch 15s, H.K. Is, T.M. Is, J.S, 6d, J. M'D. Is, F.T. Is, S.C. Is, H.K. 2s 6d.
Fixtures. SUNDAY MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
Pixfnres^ ' SUNDAY MEETINGS. j Attend at Marx Hall, oonvey platform &c. to the Domain meet ing. Comrades Carson, M'Dermot, and Dade. Ohair, F. Drake. Door keeper, H. Ostler. Bathubst Stkeet. —Chair, Com rade Long. Martin Place. — Isaacs, chair. Jan. 22. Newtown Bridge. — Chair, Long. Jan. 25. Leichhardt (Parramatta-road) — ? . Renwick-street (Chair, P. Christensen.) Jan. 29. Waverley Tea Gardens. — Chair, P. Christensen. Feb. 1. Balmain. — Unity Hall Hotel. Chairman, Long. Newtown Road. — Corner Grace Bros. Chair Isaacs. SUNDAY (Feb 3.) Attend Hall, &c., Smith, Carson. Rusfelt. Doorkeeper, Carson, Domain — Chair, Christensen. kathuest Street — Chair, H. Ostler. Martin Place.— P. Christensen. G. Isaacs, Seo.
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
KERNELS. ! B.L.P. 'leader' Watson has been j writing on ' White and t ieb»ld | Australia' in the paper run by Shoot-'em-down Bruce Smith. The ' fc-hit ker' can't refrain from mak ing a jibe at its Federal leader be cause of this. Yet, why shouldn't Chris, write about a Piebald Aus tralia if he wants to P Isn't he chief boss of the Piebald Labor League P Said that if Ferguson had not broken from tbe B.L.P., he would have scooped up that £1000-a-year Lands Commissionersbip. Lang well, for whom the See Gov. and the B.L P worked the Job, at one time also ratted from the B.L.P. Schofield, who has been given three years' jail for selling Sam Hordern's cattle, received a cheque from ordern while he was lying in jail awaiting trial. After he received tbe cheque, Schofield made the confession which brought about the prosecution of quite a large number of farmers. Hordern said that cheque was paid for wages due. The Taxpayers' Association peo ple who are shrieking against the ' socialistic ' ...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
NOTICE. Members fur photo, -group 'are asV-ed to remember and turn up at ? the Tesla Photo Gallery, Victoria | Markets, not later than 10.15 on Sunday, February 2, as deflate arrangements have been made Wear rosettes. G. Isaacs, Rpc Org. Com. _ -^cheeper's murder is another violation of the rules of ' civilised ' warfare.
TAILORESSES' UNION. NOT AFRAID TO ACT PROMPTLT. IN SPITE OF THE ARBITRATION LAW. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
TAILORESSES' UNION. NOT AFRAID TO ACr PROMPTLY. IN SPITE OF THE ARBITRA TION L.-vW. It was thought that the bosses had the tailoresses at their mercy after their defeat by Hordern and the L.C. Executive ; certain people fondly hoped the Executive o' the T.U. would not be able to depend on the girls in the event of a crisis arising; and it was further hinted openly that the union officials would fear to take up anv drastic action in view of possible consequences from the operation of the Capital ists' Arbitration Act. The hopes of Fakir and Capitalist alike were knocked sideways on Thursday morning of last week. It will be remembered that on Wednesday the girls were locked out at Wright's factory. The em off oeoause tnei-e was no work for them ; the girls held that there was plenty of work to keep them going for some days, and it was the general opinion that the firm had taken this action to get ahead of' the girls. The committee decided to recommend the girls to remain out until the...
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
-== | General Executive. I ? i This body met. on Friday night. Present: Comrades Pa* ho Carson, Holland, Proud,. Drake, Thomson, Isiacs, Neill (chairman), Moroney and Clarke. The usual weekly-' business was transacted. The People report was received and dealt, with, a d the committee adjourned at 11 30 o'clf ck.
Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
Central Branch. Half-yearly meeting of the above branch was held on Tuesday, Jan. 21, Comrade Aldous in the ohair. Balance-sheet and and 'tors' report received and adopted. Officers for the ensuing term were aa follows : Hon. secretary, F. H. Drake ; hon. treasurer, S. C. C. Clark ; hon. asst. secretary, W. A. Smith. Executive Committee : M'Dermofct, Hare, oJoane .Nelson, Stephenson, Rus feldt, and Ostler. Nominations for General Bxeou tive were ordered to be forwarded on to the general secretary Re solved that a speoial meeting of the branch be held on Tuesday next, Jan. 28, to deal with business for the annual conference. All mem bers are requested to attend. Members are also requested to sign for their certificates before Jan. 81.
ORGANISING CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
ORGANISING CORPS. There was a good attendance of members at last met ting, and a larze amount of business was trans acted. A commit tee was appointed to draw up a programme for the next garden party, which will cater to all sections. Arrangements were made for the Sunday meetings and weekly propBganda. Con sideration was given to the annual picnic, ard also to another dramatic entertainment. The meeting then adjourned to February 4'h
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
'The People.' All subscriptions to The People - are payable in advance. A blue mark through this paragraph denotes that your subscription has almost expired, and, if not renewed within three weeks from first marking, the paper will be discontinued. Subscribers wishing to have the paper continued will please note this rule. Subscrip tions should be forwarded to tbe . Managing-^tor-.rt-i;'^.!r.he.^P«)i^eiM4i'^'| Subb. Received. - Lambton.— J.,la; M.D., Is; E.B., Is; T.K., Is; M.C., Is; — E„ 1p. New Lambton. — S.G, Is; R.M., 1b; W.C., 1b; T.M., Is. Loichhardt. — H.O , Is. Kozelle. — J. M'D., Is. Annandale. J.C., 2s. Sydney.— J.S., Is. Broadwater. — R.T , 1h. If Sydney Carters' Union is going to be effective it. should, without delay, enter upon a vigorous crusade to reduce the working hours of its members. Slavery would be para dise to some of the men employed as cartera in Sydney. The United Laborers' Society isn't satisfied with the treatment of its members on Gov, works, and has app...
PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
PROPAGANDA. , Through unforeseen circum stances the Saturday night meet ing of last week had to be aban- . doned. Last Wednesday night a good meeting was held at Waver ley. when Opmrades Isaacs (cbair) and Morrish officiated to a successful issue. At the Domain there was a good audience throughout. Isaacs (chair), with Neill, Thomson and Morrish acted as the speakers, and inte rested tbe audience. At Bathnrst-street Drake, T ong. (ohair), Morrish - got some good work in, and at Martin Place the same success attended tV-e eff rts of Comrades Christensen (chair) and . Neill a- d Isaacs. The demand for j The People was t ood.
Kev Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
Kev Note. i I did bnt prompt the age to quit their clogs, By the known ruleB of ancient liberty. When straight a barbarous noise environs me Of owls and cuckooB, asses, apes and dogs. But this is got by casting pearl to hogs That bawl for freedom in their »ense luss mood, And still revolt when Truth would set them free, Licence they mean when they cry . liberty ; For who loves that muse first be wise and good ; But from that mark how far they rove we see, For all this waste of wealth, and loss of blood. ] — Milton. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers
WEST WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
WEST WALLS END. On Saturday last, Jas. O. ;jj[oroney visited the above home 'n.^fcoal slavery, aiid held a meet ing- ' 'It was the first since he fought the election campaign. A good crowd turned up — local comrades say about the best they have .seen for a propaganda - meeting. Mr. Roderick McArthur sSfo'-. ^ waB chairman, and Moroney spoke on ' Trades Unionism and So |r ' cialism.' He briefly gave an his pid torical outline of the growth and development of Trades Unionism, its battles,, successes and failures. S t ' When the worker alone organised, - and the capitalists bad not, and pV; ' machinery was only in its early (v: r stages of development, the wor ' kers .were able largely to win jjSf their demands. Bnt when capi fiy taliets organised to fight them and fe had complete control of industry jkrs. aided by more peifect machinery, fe';' the organised workers were beaten, fls' What Trades Unionists failed to recognise, was their econ mic - helplessness to grapple with the proble...
TOWARDS MILITARISM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
TOWARDS MILITARISM. Almost the Inst article penned by Wilhelm Liebknecht, the fearless champion of Social-Democracy, was an earnest, warnit g to the English people against the curse of Militar ism. On the continent — in Ger many especially — Liebknecht and his fighting comrades of the inter national working-class movement hnd felt the full force of the sys tem, and he of all man was qualified to speak as a working-class authority. And he spoko unhesi tatingly because he saw the drift — due to crime on the part of the ruling clas, and ignorance on the part of the workers — that, was taking place in England. Notwithstand ing that warning, Conscription' with all its curses and its horrors, to-day stares the British workers in the face . It is one- of the last hopes pf;v capitalism^ ?.??}? #tr uggling against the-r inevitable developments of In Anatolia; principally because we were not a aapitalisticallyde velopod country, the military spirit has not hitherto obtruded itself to any mark...
Ogre Monopoly. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
Ogre Monopoly. (From the ' Workers' Republic,' Dublin.) Ogre Monopoly, walks tbe land, r .blasted his path and gory : Sycophants ready on every hand Shout forth his praise and glory. Ogre Monopoly's eye is cold, Sharp are his fangs and streaming With the blood of the lambs from the people's fold. Ha laughs at his victims' screaming Ogre Monopoly laughs, I say — Laughs at the cry of sorrow ; He tears and rends his fill to-day , He will hunger for more to-morrow . Ogre Monopoly groweth strong, Aye, dally he groweth stronger ; Brer and ever his thought is Wrong — Shall Monopoly reign much longer 1 Shall blasted homes and bitter lives Form sauce for the Ogre's dinner ? Shall freemen groan in his cruel gyves | And the saint be spurned by sinner ? ' Shall Ogre Monopoly rend and rack Oar women, our young, forever ? Look back, men ! Look at his ghastly track. Shut your teeth : By God, No ! Never I Shall Ogre Monopoly own the earth ? Shall the one be as the seven ? Shall he claim our babes a...
PRO-GORE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
PRO'GORE. I Th* Sydney ' r-uiiday Times' has been the most blood-thirsty of all the yellow shriekers for myriad handed murder, since the com mencement of the South African Infamy. It has yelled for Boer and Pro- Boer blood all the time. LaBt week the following was printed by this organ of the servant girl : When the war in South Africa was about to commence Mr. Stead sent a circular to prominent persons, asking, ' Shall wa shoot our Brother Boer 1 ' Someone should now circulate another enquiry in England, viz., ' Shall we 'hoot our Brother Stead — or, merely rope's end him 1' Sounds like a direct invitation to murder Saint Stead, because he has denounced the war. doesn't it P What a state of nervous irritation Mary Ann must have reached. And what will ' Law and Order ' people think of this demand for the murder of Stead ?
[?]PER AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
?per and salt. Kiat Labor Council meeting, it nously proposed that the ive of that body should refuse id any farther anion meet explain the part they played ection with Hordern's defeat tailoresses. I legislators don't mind hundreds of millions for Be of killing men and I children, but they baulk provision 'for the better the poor.' er's December report the heavy-jowled butcher jcesst'ally killing off the The wind iB being sown; e whirlwind the robbers Commissioner Brennan em to have too happy a is Labor Bureau branch he Trades Hall. Really, rank's proteges should not im quite so vigorously. ' Bulletin ' is once more oby Barton's treaohery. t has been used as a tool go ends, and the man who untry to J udas is — Prime Barton.' The Pboplr fop every time it finds the toar'D£ hair and fe^lly i -&uy other paper to- lift i Noblest into a position would have wider oppor sell his country — or the f it. And every honest h opportunity would be Tobias. .iloresses' Union is the heaviest...
L.C EXECUTIVE TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902
L.C EXECUTIVE menes. Recently a deputation fr«m the Tailoresses' XJuion waited on the Cigar Maker's International League, and (the hour being very late) briefly stated the position in con ? nection with the defeat of t'ie girls at Hordern's At another meeting, it was re solved bv the Cigar-makers to invite both the L.C. Executive and the Executive of the Tailoresses to appear before the union and place the case before the members from their different view-points Accordingly, on Tuesday of last week, both Executives appeared at the union rooms, and were admitted at abont 10 o'clock. Then Mr. Thrower and his colleagues raised an objection to the tailoresses hav ing the right of reply to the Council men. This was overruled by the meeting, and Mr. Thrower proceeded to make his statement, taking something over an hoar to do it in, when it became necessary to adjourn, as 11 o'clock hadstruok. On Tuesday , night last, both parties, again turned up, and Mr. Brennan took the floor, and spoke...