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NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

NEWTOWN. On Wedneseay night of last week, a very successful meeting was carried out. P. Christensen (chair) opened, followed by Neill, Isaacs, Batho, and. Drake, in the order named. From 3 o'clock to 10.30 there was a good audience, who listened with marked attention to the various speakers. Comrade Riisfeldt was also present.

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

'i HE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian 8ocialiim. Pnblletaed ?▼err Sat«4ay Horning at 16 GEORGjs ST. WEST SYDNEY, SUBSCRIPTION. Sew Boalh Wale*. jne Year (In advanoe) .. U. OneQnarter .. ?? K Single Copy .. .. Mi Other Cotanlea— 1» M pet qaarter, -« »er yew Bngland.Amertoa, and other oaaot-lf, 6t per ar. ? 11 ADVBBTISKMBMS. Bill Insertion — Pint inoh, 3s 6d ; each sotae qnent inch, l»6d. Byeilal arraagenenU (or itanding conkraoU All communications, literary and buei oess, to beaddressed, and cheques, P O Orders, Postal Notes, etc., to be made payable to U. E. HOLLAND, Managing Editor. TEU8T MONEYS to lend— on Beal or Personal Security, JAMES DART, Solicitor, Sui; Commis-ioner to Affidavits, Bolton-street Newcastle. HE I N T E B N ATION AL SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman'# Buildings, corner York and Market-its Sydney. All leading European and Ameri can Socialist organs a-id magazines are filed for Members' use. Committee meets every Wednsday at 8 p.m. VATKONISE Local Industpy BY DRINKING , !...

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

LEK5HHARDT. Comrades McDermott. Drake, ?». Riisfeldt, Proud, Drake and Isaacs visited this democratic Ruburb on Saturday night last McDermott was chairman, and Isaacs and Drake the speakers. The meeting was a large and attentive one, and v. questions were asked and answered.

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

Kev Note. The issue to-day is Capitalism or Socialism. The principle of the former is to nphold the overlord ship of the Capitalist Class ; the priDciple of the latter is to over throw the Capitalist Class and emancipate the Working Class Tbe workings of the economic laws tw nnnrlnii awam m aha mtnlaw. IX3UU VU I DUUC1 O * Ol UJVtO IUVUIO*' able the position of the Working Class. This class, accordingly, de spite all capitalist narcotics, is bound to shake itself in unrest, j S cialism then steps in. Under standing the isBae, it promulgates it in all its fullness, and thereby seeks to give intelligent direction to the otherwise blind giant Labor. Such intelligent direction is predi cated upon an unqualified preaching and practising of the piinciple of the Class Struggle. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers

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

MARTIN- PLACE. Comrades Pennington, Isaacs (chair), Batho (speaker), and Ostler, i held a successful meeting at this rendezvous on Sunday night, whfln a large audience liBtenen to tho ' speakers, and Com. Ostler pushed thepaper,

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

AN INDUSTRIAL INFERNO. Under this caption that militant organ of capital in thin State, the ' Daily elegraph,' sobbed in tbe following strain last Saturday : Once mora the frightful conditions under which a large number of the men women and children of England pasB their lives is receiving special at tention. ' The White Slaves of England,' that terrible record of truth which wab published in Eng land in the year of the Record Reign Celebrations simultaneously with ex ultant declarations, equally true, of the expanding greatness of the Em pire, was as the appearance of an ac cusing spectre at the festival. It sent a thrill of horror through many minds to learn that such slavery existed, for but comparatively a few know what is being done in the murk of the Black Country, in the great factories, in the thousand semi-secret processes and operations which supply the world's satisfiable needs and maintain the pmmercial,...g£e^tn£sa .of England. Here. for instance, is a piofnre of mo-' d...

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

DOMAIN. The usual weekly meeting was held on Sunday afternoon, and des pite counter attractions the attend ance was large F. H. Drake officiated as chairman, and Isaacs, Neill, Morrish, and Holland as speakers. Comrades Carson, Bissfeldt, and McDermott carried out the routine business of the meeting, which was a success. BATHURST-STKEET. Comrades H. Long (chair), Drake ^ and Neill ('speakers) and Riisfeldt, wpcsesf'! raeetin& thia -«#ner. The audtence was large ^ ' and . listened attentively to both speakers. Riisfeld pushed the sales of Thb People.

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

H 'More Modern' Weapon. Some more Bogus Labor Party wisdom from ' Barrier Truth': Of course we can't go on strike now that we have an Arbitration Aot. Holland says Labor h»B now lost its only weapon, or words to that effect. Not so ! It has substituted for it a more modern weapon, as much Bune rior to it as the modern rifle is to the ancient battla-axe. It will accomplish more, and its results will have legal status and permanenoy, which they lacked beipre. Moreover, the same law makes the lack-out illegal. The financial gain of the new system is great. With no expenditure in strike pay the unionB will be able to Bpend freely on propaganda work and poli tical organisation. A more modern weapon ! We have handed over to the capitalists the control of all onr industrial condi tions—we have conceded to our historical enemies the power to fix our wages, to force ns without right, of appeal to work under whatever conditions they deem advisable, and I to make criminals of us if we yield to...

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

FOR THE EMP5RE. j Thb People clips the following from the 'Daily Telegraph '' of Saturday last: WHAT JUSTIFIED THB WAR. 'With Rimington,' by L. March Fhillipps, late captain in Riming ton's Guides (Edward Arnold) is one of the distinctive boobs on the Sonth African trouble. Captain JTuixiipps waaat UTanp»ii,.ouiuiuui-, the Modder, Magersfontein, Kim berley, Bloemfontein. and Pretoria, through much of hard experience and danger. He wrote this book from notes, and from memory, after bis return to England, and his retirement from the service. Of the soldier retired he writes : ' I find myself looking question mgly at my suit of grey flannel. It feels like a disguise. No soldier's hands, as 1 pass them, rise in aalnte now, though my own involuntarily half rises in answer They look at me and take no no tice. A recruiting sergeant tried to induce me this morning to join an irregular corps. He told me that I should get five shillings a day ; that it was a fine life and beauti ful country.'...

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

The Dignity of Labor. An explosion entombed 300 miners in the Lost Creek Colliery, Oskaloosa (Mahasko County, Iowa, TT S.A. ) The majority of the en tombed miners escaped, bnt eight dead bodieB and eight others in jured have been recovered. Twenty six persons still remain entombed in tbe Lost Creek mine. The mine is in flames, and their condition is regarded as hopeless. At Moorwalla a young man, Herbert Maxwell, was attending to a steam chaff-cutter, when the driving belt broke. In flying back it wrapped itself round his body, and, lifting him in the air, dashed him to the ground with consider able force, rendering him uncon scious for some hours. While two bricklayers named James Newton and Arthur HowellB were engaged in 'tuok pointing' at Tremain's Victoria Mills, the planking forming portion of the scaffold became displaced, and both men were thrown to the ground, a distance of nearly 15 feet. As Howella fell h;s feet donbled under him, and the bone was broken. He also received ...

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

The Slaughter of the I -3blldren. Thb killing of the Boer children in the British^ concentration camps still goes on, and with scarcely diminished speed. The just-cabled returns show, that, of a total of 60,588 adults in the camps daring December, 6l3 died ; of a total of 56 424 children, 1767 died ; so that out of 117,012 persons, 2380 died — a death-rate of 244 per 1000 per annum, or about; twenty times the normal Australasian death-rate. The ohildren died at the rate of 377 perjlOOO per annum that ib, the death-rate of the Boer ohildren up to twelve years of age is thirteen times the death-rate of New South Wales ohildren up to Jive years of age — the period most fatal of all to infant life, fl^re is a record of the killing for six months : NOOH » o 3 OJ hN-J CO OO ?«? -g oo o eo © Eh H«ei us , o S o-* -fi OS - ea r-- »c © to co j3 © efl h Oi Ci t— c* Orjp ?-* l-H i-H j, CO 00 00 In- 0} CO . SS3 § 3 £ . , -£ '-) ? ~ ? *»' .2 tj 'o 'JaS'S wwo-gl^ g o g =S ® n i2 12 ® n ? cc. 1 a ....

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

PR0PAGM1DA. NORTH SYDNEY. Comrades Carson, Batho, and j Neill held a meeting at the corner j of Mount and Walker-streets, . on Saturday night last. Neill was { rtifi first speaker, and got in some I good wort, meeting with bat little opposition. The next speaker, however, was not so fortunate. An individual, who was overheard to style himself either as being president or a prominent member ? or toe coai uumpers umou, ap peared on the scene and after lis tening fat some time, sounded his I bearings, and proceeded to subject the speaker to a fire of interruptions, branding the Socialists as frauds, and inferring that they ' lived on the game.' What ' game ' he meant wasn't made clear. Matters got somewhat exciting when an enthusiastic sympathiser endeavored to show the interrupter tbe error he had committed, bat the climax was reached when a female, suffering ftomtbeeffectsofalcoholic poisoning, started out to chastise theinterrupter in quite a ' motherly manner ' for his apparent rud...

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

Central Branch. A special meeting of this branch was held on Tuesday, January 28, to deal with business in connection with the Conference, and several recommendations were forwarded along. Comrades Sloane and Nelson were nominated for the posi tion of Auditors. There ia nothing really more ' , monstrous in any reonrded sava gery or absurdity of mankind than that governments should be a1 le to -.i get money for any folly they choose to oommit, by selling to capitalists * the right of taxing future genera- '- tune to the end of time, — Ruskix,

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

Hetton Miners. A special meeting of the above was held on Thursday, January 23, to consider Delegate minutes. Among other resolutions was the following : ' That £40 be given to the Durham miners who have been idle for some considerable time.' It was reported that the e men had been working on the, roads and had received only 6s per day instead of 7s — the imposed minimum. The above sum is a sort of subsidy, as it is considered 6s per day will not keep a family deoently. Mr. A. i Edden, M L A., has been written to on the matter. HETTON TROUBLE. Resolved 'That the District Officers with local deputation ask for an interview with the manager and directors re the case of two men recently discharged ' One of these men is the local check-inspector, who, with the district checkinspec tor, made an inspection two or three days before, and gave an un favorable report on a certain dis trict, and other things in connec tion, with the (air-shaft. The next morning the under-manager went into the ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]OMAN AND HER PLAGE IN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

fMAN AND HER PLACE IN SOCIETY. ?(From the ' Social-Democrat.) I IVht should it nearly always be imed that women are only oat :for domestic work ? We might i as logically take it for granted t all men are born to occnpy the ie position in lite ; that ia, ail be brs or mechanics, or son e other ticular kind of workmen. For iature brought forth women all r after the .one pattern, and all j ? i j l- i.1.^ ? ? L* j -r IIUUSllUOU bU UU bUU BUUIQ ttlUU Ul I rb in society, why did she not I ow oat the stereotyped style in ' the creation of men P ' Oh, fc,' I hear some explain, ' the ids and necessities ot life are so ny and so varied that men are jnd to do all kinds of Work in ler to suppply the wants of Why should the supplying of sds be chiefly monopolised by in P Why should some people so anxious to relegate women to 5 care of the oven, the running of i sewing machine in the making d mending of garments, and the rning of the mangle ; and hpled with these the nursing n. training of childr...

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

To Correspondents. All matter intended for insertion in current week's issue of The Piofls must reaoh this office before 6 p. m on Monday. Write legibly, and on one side of the paper only. Write with black ink on white paper, leaving plenty of Bpace between the lines. See that your letters are properly stamped. The office is frequently penalised because of deficient postage on its correBoondence. ? E.N. (Ballina). — Sub. received. Clears you to Sep. 30 next. P,M. (Miller's Point). — There is no occasion to use bad words about Bughes because he once tried to live by . patching umbrellas. Indsed, Hughes, the obscure umbrella-mender, plying a useful and honorable calling, probably had more self-respect than William Morris Hughes, .u.P., the henchman of G. H. Reid, the bond man of M'Millan, Bruce Smith and Co., the betrayer of the working class who trusted him. J.C. — Your contribution bears neither date nor addresB ; and yoa start out to criticise our policy and tactics in eleven folio...

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

KERNELS. j ' Fallen among Thieves ' is the title of a new serial story in Sydney ' D.T.' This title might lead people to think of the man who found himself in the company of the Careygraph directorate, and ? ' A bonus of 3d per head is to be paid on all ' rats received at the depots.' Could some one capture a bagful of B.L.P. politicians, and haul them along to one of thoBe depots P C.E.F. Delegate Board, acoording to Newcastle ' Herald,' has decided to withdraw tbe whole of the Hetton miners, if two men recently dis charged (for reasons elsewhere ex plained) are not reinstated. Delegate Board of the C.E.F. has carried a resolution to call out the whole of the men from the Co operative pit in the event of the manager maintaining his present attitude. Jingo Dick Seddon is making a row because Maoriland contractors are not being favored with orders for tinned meat for the man-killers in South Africa. Seddon's Jingoism has all along had its base' on antici pated profits for the N.Z. ca...

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

Socialism in Norway. The movement in Norway is of recent growth, the Socialist Labor Party having been founded at Ohristiania in 1887. At the General Election of 1894 the Socialist can didates polled 587 votes ; in 1897, 947 ; and in 1900, 7013. The party now numbers 150 groups, with 10,921 members ; and it has fire papers, two of which ar* dailies. '

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arbitration Doesn't Make 'Em Happy. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Arbitration Doesn't Make 'Em Happy. A recent cable messagn from Maoriland shows that the workers there don't find compulsory arbi tration just to their liking : — Wellington, Sunday. A deputation of the Thsmes Miners' Union waited on the Minister for Mines and urged the removal of Mr. Justice Cooper from the position of ? president of the Arbitration Court. I The miners, they said, had not confi dence in him, and thought the influ ence of Auckland companies had some thing to do with his decision. Mr. M 'Go wan expressed the opinion that the adverse comments were unde served, and told the deputation plainly that he had no intention of endeavoring to remove Mr. Juetice Cooper. Minister M' Go wan represents the ThameB goldfield in the House of Reps. Unlike his predecessor in the Mines office — Cadmau — he is not a miner but a grocer, who be fore he took to politics had earned local celebrity as the retailer of ' M'Gowan's 3s. Tea.' Thames miners should consider the advisa bility of rem...

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

^ v -m FREE INSURANCE POLICH V 1% Yfc Ib d will cover your life for £loe agio ^?11; HI I Ml I 11 n death or pay LI per week for dini ment. Colonial Mutual Firel nnnce Co., Ltd., Sydney, hare agreed to pay all clainn retailing from BUBONS PLaGTJE ? By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get thiB boonffwi charge together with the best mad* and PiTrnra garment in and out of thiifi trust? We substantiate what we »ay by refunding your money if we failto plea you. 'We understand our business, and that is why we speak plain. _ Ladies' Costumes from JM— the ideal of grace and beauty. This hue otk ^^Ge^Suita. J M. For style, fit, and' finish, they excel. Others hare triedt imitate, but so far without success. j K SHEPHABD, Near A J.S. Bank. ? 37a and 874 Hunter St.. Ncwca tie Wert. WHAT PEOPLE SAY : ? — . CHARLESTON'S Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful ro x 12 Op ? only ? * Fixtures. SUNDAY MEETINGS. Attend at Marx Hall, convey platform 4c. to the Domain meet ing. Comrades Carso...

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