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Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

Dignity of Labor. An explosion in a spinning fac tory- at Meoresa, Spain, caused the building to collapse, killing 60 and injuring 100 persons. A man named Frederick Biddell was standing on a step ladder at the Empire Theatre, wben it col Lawrence Ward fell from a lorry at the corner of Phillip-street and Henderson-road, Alexandria, and severely injured his bead. Police const able Davey took him to the Prince Allred Hospital, where he was admitted in an nnconscious condition. William Turnbull, fireman on board the b.s. Eastern, was ad mitted to the Balmain Cottage Hospital suffering from the fracture of two ribs, sustained by a fall through a trap door, down into the engine-room. Thomas Irvine, aged 18, a native of Glasgow, S-' Copland, was accident ally killed at Cassilis, by a dray loaded with wood falling upon him. Deceased has no relations in Australia, and his father is a soldier at present fighting in South Africa. A fatal accident took place on Saturday at the Excelsior Steam...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON ALLIANCES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

GN ALLIANCES. We may not do as other parties, because we are not like the others. We are — and this cannot be too often repeated — separated from all other parties by an unsurmoantable barrier, a barrier that any indivi dual cai easily surmount, but once on the other side of it and he is no Social Democrat. ' We are different from the others, ' we are other than the others-' ' What for the others are necessities and conditions of life are death to us. What is it that has made of us in Germany the pivotal party, which according to the significant testimony of Caprivi, and the teaching of daily experience, makes us the axle around which govern mental politics turn? Most assuredly not our representatives in the Keichstag. We might have three times as many representatives, and the allied bourgeois parties would have nothing to fear from us. ! No, is is the avalanche-increase of our supporters that gradually, with the certainty of a natural law, or, more correctly, a nutural force, grows...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

CLEAN MEALS For tbe Workers AX PARK STREET CAFE 13 Park Street, City FLANAGAN AND McNALLY, PROPRIBTOBS.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WE CAN MAKE NO COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

WE enN MAKE NO COMPROMISE. | The international ity of Social ism is a fact that is daily becoming more and more evident and more significant. We Socialists are one nation in ourselves— one and the same international nation in all tbe lands of the earth. And the capitalists with their agents, in struments and duDes are likewise an international nation, so that we can truthfully say, there are to day only two great nations ip all lands that battle with each other in the great class sn uggle, which is the new- revolution — a class struggle on one side of which stands the proletariat, representing Socialism, and on the other the bourgeoisie representing capital ism, While the bourgeois wcrld of capitalism continues and tbe bourgeoisie rules, so long are all states necessarily class states, and all governments class governments, serving the purposes and interests of the ruling class, and destined to lead the class straggle for the bourgeoisie against the proletariat, — for capitalism aga...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

NUTS. Barrier ' Truth ' errs comically when it makes our ' B.L.P.' stand for ' Barrier Labor Party.' K^ect reading : ' Bogus Labor Party.' A B.L P paper says: 'Toby Barton's public pledge that he would not send a Federal contin gent to South Africa was supple mentary to a private pledge to ihe same effect given to the Labor Partv. Now that ho has allowed I himself to be bluffed by Henniker Heaton, M'Culloch, and Brumma gem Joe, it remains to be seen what steps the Party will take to convinco Toby that he would have done better to have kept his pledge.' And the answer to the query as to ' what steps the Party will take to convince Toby he would have done better to have kept his pledge,' is to be found in tho divi sion list on Toby Barton's motion in favor of finding further troops and money, if necessary, to aid the Robbers in South Africa. What does the B.L.P. and its press think about its ' leader's ' vote ? Safrican war hascostf 250,000,000 ' — or £30,000,000 more than the whole o...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cigar Makers' Social. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

eigar Makers' Social. On Friday evening of last week, under the auspices of the Cigar Makers' International League, a musical social took place at the Trades Hall, and was well patron ised not only by the cigar-makers, but also by members of other unions, foremost among the latter being qmte a num' er of tailoresses Dancing and Binging filled up the programme until 1 a.m. struck, when the gathering dispersed. Mr. M. R. Aarons acted as secretary to the social committee, and Mr. Pranal made a very efficient M C.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Job Hunters in Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

Job Hunters in Newcastle The Newcaf.tle district is alleged to be a strong centre of Socialism — the fakir brigade say so, at any rate ; but we masn't move too quickly, they plead ; we mast work up to it gradually. It is not an exaggeration to say the rings, cliques, and sects which run the political machine in the coal dis trict, are jmt as shifty., unscrupu lous, and fakirish as iheir metropo litan brethren Friendly Society influence, Masonic, and every other influence that can be worked, is used, throughout the district, for political purposes, and 'all for Labor.' Meanwhile the miners are fooled, fleeced, and driven b / Brother Capitalist all the time It's a question of Jobs for ever and ever. Just now there is much in trigue and wire-pulling to get a seat in the ' Upper House,' to which the See Government are shortly to make some appointments The Wallsend brotherhood is working the oracle, and expects to be successful, as usual. When will the miners wake ap, use their brains, a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rough on Arthur. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

Rough on Arthur. An official B.L P. paper lets soma 1 light on to the point-working of the I men who represent ' .Labor ' in :i N.S.W.; ' At last election Mesara. ! Sleath and Ferguson made capital : out of the fact that they have re- ? ceived help from the funds of the J Lahor Party, but they never laid the exact facts before the public, Rwnn Finn Jnon Tllnt- l™ . blushed to do so. It was a disttcc t understanding that thoso funcs should be used only to assist tie return of new labor men. Men .] who had had three or more yean ? in Parliament wore not supposed tc ' want, assistance. Why was tV rule broken for Sleath and Fergu^ son ? What with Federal business in Melbourne and other thiugs, some of the leading Labor meu were not able to attend some meetings of the Party. At one meeting in particular only a minority of the party were pre sent. At this meeting financial as sistance was asked for, and granted to these two gentlemen, they them selves, if we are correctly informed, voting...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

jp HE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. : Pabllibed every S&turda; Morning at 16 GEORGii ST. WEST ;V SYDNEY. SUBSCRIPTION. New South Wales. : jno Year (In adyanoe) .. Is. I.;'/, One Quarter .. ?? lfc J ' ; , . -i SHnglf Copy .. ?? Id; ; Other Colonies — 1» 83 per quarter, 6a per year. ';j . v Ingland, Amerioa, and other countries, 68 ^ei . IT, ADVERTISEMENTS. ? ngle Insertion — First j.nch,9s 6d ; each aunae ' qnent Inch, 1b 6d, Special arrangements for standing contracts All communications, literar.v and busi ness, to beaddrcssed, and cheques, P 0 Orders, Postal Notes, etc , to be made S. s payable to ? . K. HDLLAN D, Managing r Editor. T BUST MONEYS to lend — on Real or Personal Security, JAAIEd DART, Solicitor, &c-, Commissioner fo Affidavits, Bolton-strcet Newcastle. The in teen atiokal SOCIALIST CLUB, Kidman's ? Buildings, corner York and Market-its £ ? Sydney. AI1 leading Europe m and Ameri vfi' can Socialist organs a d magazines are 'filed for Membe...

Publication Title: People
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OLD AGE PENSIONS. TREATMENT OF PENSIONERS IN STATE POORHOUSES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

Bold age pensions, i ? TREATMENT OF PENSIONERS | IN STATE POORHOUSES. TO THE EDITOB. SSib, — I crave space in yonr widely-read columns to proclaim to I the nation how its intentions are frustrated, and its instructions are ?disregarded, by its highly paid ser vants, who are deputed to act as its almoners, and are appointed to ad . m- ' 'er the Old-Age Pensions Act. old age pensioners in the poorhouses, who have irrftnfpH npnflinnn nrhilaf. in jft ! r ititations, or who have, after 1. 1:. ? ing them outside, become in , .v.- .-..seem, according to the dic (-..'vi! )f bumbledom, to forfeit the i !v:j ?! ; of the instalments of their j . :) ?! -ns during their term of resi i ir- in the poorhouses, and do j »ain become entitled to them iv:- . they have resided outside for ? .-ith. !' 3 Act plainly states (clause i nut where a pensioner is in i ;)' ile through some physical de ? f taki g care of himself, and $ ? : lerefore maintained . in any | : v table institution (a)the reason i . ? o...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

FBEE TNSUBANCE POLICIES nllAllnCll^il l! will cover your life for £Xoo against IP BB«jBjB U. death or pay LI per week for disable. M ment. Tje Colonial Mutual Fire In* nrance Co , Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all claim* retulting from BUBONIC PL&GTTE,. By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get this boon free of charge together with the best mac I and fit rare garment in and oat of this dis trict. We substantiate what we say by refunding your money if we failto please you. We understand onr business, and that is why we speak plain. Ladies' Costumes from £4 — the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others can't approach. Gents' Suits, -24, For style, fit, and finish, they excel. Others hare tried tc imi'ate, but so far without success. J. B. SHEPHABD, Near A. J.S. Bank. 37a and 874 Hunter St., Newca tie Weat. WHAT PEOPLE SAY ? ? ? PlIADI COTnU'C PHOTOGRAPHS unHliLLa 1 (111 o are the best. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful ro x 12 Opal only ? OFFICIAL.. AUST...

Publication Title: People
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The Difference. [Newspaper Article] — People — 25 January 1902

The Difference. 1 Did yon ever think of the differ - ence between the workers and tin ; capi'alists p . { There is a great difference as fol lows : Labor uses tools that it docs not j own. ' Capitalists own tools that t.heydbg not use. j Labor prodnces wealth that does not own. 'i Capitalists own wealth that tHjs do not produce. .Jfl Labor works and makes rich ot|l pitalists. Capitalists work the laborers at9 keep them poor. Labor sells labor power anditfl ceives a wage. Capitalists buy labor power wW receive profits. I ''J9 Labor forms a working-cfe9 party for which capitalists williriS Capitalists form a capitalist ptyfl for which Labor votes, ^ Jfl Labor is exploited. f. Capitalists are exploiters. 3 The laborers are many. The capitalists are few. tfl Capitalists control government Laborers are controlled by vernment. .JH What are you — laborer or c«p** talist P — Exchange. |fl All matter intended for inserttjfl in current week's issue of The Pion^B must reaoh this office before ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Notice. ; Members who have given their names for photo, group, are re quested to attend at the ' Testa ' Victoria Markets, George-street, at 10 sharp Snnday morning, 2nd February.

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SUBS. RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Subs. Received. West Wallsend Agency, 17s ; ?I.H., Newcastle 2s ; E. V Ballina, 4s ; C.J.G., Is 6d, R.M., Glebe, Is, — W , Petersham, Is., — C., Forest Lodge, Is.

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The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

The Socialist Press Us* sistance Pond. H,L. Is, W.A..S. Is, ; A.R. Is, Miss Y. Is, H.K 2s 6d, R.D. Is, J. M'D. I*, S.C.C., 3s ; Mrs. S.C.C., 6d, H.O. 6d, Mrs. F.H.D. Is, F. H.D. Is, J.O.M. 2s 6d, J.H. 3s, W.J. Is, T.M. 6d, J.S. 6d, H.K. Is, RH. ls. T.C Is, R.G., 2s 6d, Domain Collection, £1 0s 5d.

Publication Title: People
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Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Waterloo Branch. This branch held its usual fort nightly meeting at Alexandria Town Hall, on January 4 This being a half-yearly meeting, the out-door meeting was abandoned, the business sheet being a very full one. Comrade G. Isaacs pre- i sided. The Secretary's, Treasurers and Auditor's reports were received and adopted. The election of officers resulted as follows : Hon. Secretary, A . B. Proud : Hon. Tr?asurer, W. Morley ; Paper manaarer, P. Christensen: Execu tive Officers : T. Batho, J. Neill, and G. Isaac3. Members will also please take notice of the meeting at the corner of Botany-road and Raglan-street, 'on the 4th Feb. At conclusion of open-air meeting members will adjourn to the Alex andria. Town HalL

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

aTTENTlON. All members of the League in Sydney are requested to attend a special meeting of members, on Monday next, at Marx HalL Business of the erreatest im porfc anoe in connection with The People. Every member expected to be present. Jas. O. Mobomet, Gen. Sec. AUSTRALIAN SOCIALI8T LEAGUK. Notice to Members. The Ballot of the League taken by the General Executive has re sulted in favor of the question sub mitted to members. The Executive therefore notify Branches and members that the levy is now in force, and all ar e re quested to pay same through the Branch secretaries dating from Feb. 1, who shall forward returns to the undersigned, Jas. O. Mobonbt, Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

General Executive. This body met on Friday night la9t week. Present: Thomson, Carson, Drake, Batho, .Holland, Neill, Prond, Isaacs, Secretary Moroney, and Treasurer Clark. J. Neill in the chair. The usual routine business was transacted, ihe rBOPiifs report was received. Nominations were received for the next General Executive. The return of the ballot on the special levy resulted in favor of the | levy being struck, there being only one vote being recorded against. The Conference business was postponed for a special meeting to be held on Monday night next. The meeting then adjourned. The new executive of the P.L.L. is made up of a majority of Bogus Labor politicians.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marx Hall. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Marx Hall. Cohkadi A. Thomson, lecturing on-nnday night, referred to the growing opposition by a section of the employing olass to the Day Labor system, and interference on the part of the State with private enterprise, and the farther exten - sion of the State as an employer. These people, understanding their interests as an employing class. ' were combining together for the j purpose of obtaining absolute con . trol of government — a means where by they could more eecnrel/ follow - their exploiting pursuits. This was a moat healthy sign, and meant a gnat deal in the direction of forc ing the Socialist movement to the fore. Tbe Socialist had more to gain from militant capitalist opposi tion than from tbe apparent passive indifference which would seem to have characterised their actions during the past two years. They recognise the impossibility of legis lating in tbe interests of all classes, andthey wete going to fight for their own class interest*. .This opposi tion would show th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

NUTS. Socialism is built on the self evident fact that, without man owns his tools of production, he is the wage slave of the man who does The corollary o£ this fact is that, Beeing the modern tool of produc tion is too large to be operated by any one man, and needs extensive co-operation, the individual can not own it ; it must be owned collec tively. Of all revolutionary epochs, the present draws sharpest lines be tween the conflicting class interests. Henoe the organisation of the revo lution of our generation must be the most uncompromising of any that yet appeared on the stage of his tory. The programme of this revo lution oonsists not in any detail. It demands the unconditional sur render of the capitalist system and its system of wage slavery; the total extinction of olass rule is its objeot. Nothing short of that, whether as a first, a temporary, or any other sort of step — can. at this late date receive recognition -in the camp of the Revolution.— D. Dk Lhon. The olass stru...

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