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Against Fakir Tactics. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Against Fakir Tactics. The following unions, among others, have carried resolutioni condemning the action of Sydney Labor Council Executive in connec tion with the tailoresBes' agaiaii Anthony Hordern and Sons : Stonemason's Cold Storage Employees United Laborers AmnlcFA.motA/1 riaftnantnpa Saddlers. I Bootmakers. ? Cigar-makers. ? Tobacco-workers. I Tailors. H The United Furniture Unit I Society, to whioh Mr. Throw# H belongs, upheld the Cotidoift H action. H Laissez faire — the 'let alone 'H prinoiple— is, in all things, whisk H man has to do with, the prinoiple H of death. It ii ruin to him, certw H and total, if he lets bis land aloat^| — if he lets his fellow-men alow if he leta his own soul alon&*' H Rdskin, H Defeat is a school in whioh always grows strong. — Beeohii. w

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 February 1902

Can anyone tell us why Mr. Worley is to be nhun'ed oat of the Sydney Labor Counoil secretary ship P — o — ' Jim ' M'Gowen says his party are the real Government of the country. And to prove it, and their loyalty to the working class, are they not getting Jobs for the workers ? The latest Job is one at £1000 per yea? for Langwell, M.L C. 'T's saia See and Co. in tended it for Scab Ferguson, but Jim interposed, and in place of shunting the execrated scab from politics and endeavoring to fill the created Parliamentary vacanoy with a Solid-for-Jobs member, had the Job given to Langwell, whose vacancy peed not be filled. This sending of Solid-for-.lobites to the House of Fossils, and their gradual disappearance with Jobs, is a howl ing commentary on tbe ' plank ' — ' Abolition of the Upper House.'

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

A LAST WORD OFFieiHLLY. (By Ours.) Nkxt week and thereafter some other hand will guide the editorial pen, some other unfortunate be called upon to bear tbe finnnoial burden that falls more especially on the privileged one who fills the office of conductor of The Peopt.e. ? ? * And I do not feel like taking on abruptly silent leave of those readers whom for years I have talked to through these columns. Hence these lines. ? ? * , Thb People is the development, the riper growth, of what was originally The Socialist. Thb S cialist was the child of peculiar circumstances, born in adversity, nurtured in suffering and hardship. Over seven years «*go it first saw light as a monthly production ; until then there had been no Social ist press in Australia. And Thb Socialist lived — how it lived I, who nursed it through every vicissitude of its then uncertain life, hardly know ; for twelve months it lived because every available penny was sunk in producing it, because a number of earnest determ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Messmates. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

Messmates. ? ^ He pave un all a good-bye cheerily A t the first dawn of day ; We dropped him down the side full drearilv When the Jigrhfc died awar. Jfc'§ 5 de»d. dark watcb that he's a.., keeping there. And a long, long night that lags a creepiner there Where the trades and the tides roll . over him. And the great ships go by. He*s there alone, with green seas .. Kicking him For a thousand miles round ; He's there alone, with dumb things mocking him. And w^'re hnmewarcUboundi It'*j a leng, lone watch that he's a keeping there, And a dead cold night that lags a* creeping there, While tbe months and the years roll over him, And the great ships go by. I wonder if the tramps come near enough, As thev thrash to and fro, And tbe battle-ships bells ring clear enough To be heard down below ; If thrrncn all tbe lone watch that he's a-keeping there, And the lone, onld night that lags R-creepiDg there, The voices of the sailormen shall comfort him When the gr*»t ships go by. — Hknet Nbw'bolt,...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Notice to Members. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUR. Notice to Members. The Ballot of the League taken by the General Executive has re sulted in favor of tbe question sub mitted to members. . The Executive therefore notify branches and members that the levy is now in force, and all are re quested to pay same through the Branch secretaries dating from Feb. lf who shall forward returns' to the undersigned, Jas O. Moroney, Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

Garden Party. Readebs are reminded that the second Garden Party of the season will|eventuate at Coogee Aquarium, this Saturday afternoon, com mencing at 3 o'clock. Tickets, Is. , obtainable from aay member of the Leagne, or at door. The committee organised to carry out details, snonld make a point of attending early. Will comrades | and friends able to assist with mneical or other items, leave their names and items at door, in order to facilitate arrangements in connection with concert, It is proposed to introduce an hours' , concert instead of the old system ' of ranging the numbers between | the dances. 'We want a present- j able programme, and those able to assist in that direction are asked to do so

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

General Executive. The committee met on Friday night Present: Comrades Neill (chair), Batho, Carson, Isaacs, Proud, Holland, Drake, Moroney, and Clark. The Press Committee's report and Thk Pbofle weekly report were re ceived and adopted. The usual weekly routine business was transacted. The further consideration of con ference business was deferred to next meeting. The meeting then adjourned lo Feb. 7. ??'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

Central Branch, The fflenfchly mooting 8f the Oen mi Branch was held at Mar* Sail, 251 Castlereagb-streer, on Tuesday, February 4, comrade Carson in the cbair. Financial Secretary's report was received, showing an improvement on last month. oeoretary was instructed to in quire re getting a lamp fixed outside the hall One new member was admitted. The principle business was the consideration of altering the mem bers' night of meeting, and it was resolved that we hold a meeting on Tuesday next, Feb. 11. Every mem ber should make op their minds to be present to deal with the matter. Members and subscribers to the New York ' People ' are reminded that if they wish to renew their subscriptions they should do so at once, a- the secretary will be writ ing to the American Socialist Party next week. Members are notified thai: proofs of .the pbotoB of the group will be on view at the econotnio class on Sunday morning. F. H. Dbakv, Hon. Secretary.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHOTO GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

PHOTO GROUP. Twenty-six member1' sat for a group on 8undav morning at Tesla photo studio. Tho proof wil[ be ready foi* inspection on. Sunday morning, February 9, at the econo mic class, Marx Hal'. The group should be present to decide on the ohoioe from the proofs to be sub milted. A society has been formed in Amerioa under the title of the ''Dirt Eaters.' Anfrtralinn politician* and some ' L tbor ' leaders should start one here, as they possets the quali fications. Comrade Moroney b ctures at Marx Hall on Sunday nigbt. ! ? -?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CITY [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

CITT The corner of George-street west and Bay-street was annexed on r-aturday night, and for the firs ft time for many years the Socialist agitators made then selves heard. Tbe position of chairman was filled Dy comrade Chnstensen, the speak ers being Comrades Batho, J. Neill and Isaacs. What with counfer meetings and the efforts of a gen tloman to exhibit his elocutionary abilities, the socialists had an uphill fight to get fin audience to rake an interest iu oounomios hut persever ance was rewarded with success, and the audience gradually increased to tair proportions. Comrades Dade and Gnrson wore also present at the meeting.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

The Socialist Press Hs» slstance Fund. F.S , £1 ; A.S., Is ; W.A.S , Is ; J.MoD., Is; PH.D, In; Mrs. F. H D, !b; J.K, 2s ;. N.R., 2a; H. O.. 6d ; T C\, Is 3d ; Miss V., la ; SC.C, 8s; Mrs. S.C 0., 6d ; A.N., 10s ; J. '., 2s ; J.O. VI., 2s 6-i ; H. K., Is ; J.S., 6d ; T.M., 6d ; W B.t 2s; H.K.. 2a 01; J.O M, £1 ; H. K., £1 104 ; JH., £1; F.D., 5s; S.S., 5s; Mr*. O.. 4a: W.W.S.. 2e; A.B.P., 2s 6d; Alias V., Is; T.J., JE1 : S.C.C, 10s; Frieud, Is; R.D , 1b A.R, Is; H.L., 2s; Garden ^ arty, £2 8s. *

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

BALMAIN. . Owing to the appointed speakers for this meeting for Saturday night last, having been delayed till late, the meeting had to be abandoned, but a meeting will be held at this centre at an early date. '

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Blessings of Work. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

The Blessings of Work. Speaking at the meeting of the Chartered Company recently, Earl Grey declared that the policy of endeavoring to induce the natives of South Africa to spontaneously seek employment was one which should be prosecnted in the in terests or the natives thorn selves, Of course it is always in the interests of the workers themsel- : vei that they are ' induced to - ' spontaneously seek continuous ?'? employment 'in laboring for their masters. They are deprived, through the monopoly of the ?[?'?; meanfi of production by the capi- ; ta'ists, of every opportunity of living, save by working for these masters, so they 'spontaneously' seek employment in order to save themselves from starvation ; and by keeping their pay down to bare subsistence level they are com pelled to 'spontaneously' seek this employment 'continuously.' It is a beautiful arrangement ; no cruel compulsion, no slavery, but freedom of contract aud a delightful sponta Leity which makes it appear the mosr ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

MEETINGS. At Waverley Tea Gardens on Wednesday night of last week, a successful meeting: was carried out. Comrades Christensen (chair), Isaacs, Dade, Mrs. Dade, and Mr?. Dade and Mra. Morrish pnt in an appearance. The audience was a large and attentive one.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

iff HE PEOPLE |fe;.; Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism . Egfe- ' Published every Srtirday Morning »t ipf 16 GEORGE ST. WEST |fer ? SYDNEY. W?V- 80BS0RIPTI0N. BS'i' New Booth Wmlei. BE: -»ne Tear (in adnnee) .. U. m;i-..:- OneQnarter .. .. Is. m&%i Single Copy .. ?? '4' Ifer Other Colonies— 1b -d per qoarter, -? per year. |ft; ' Bngland. America, and other oountriet, i« per Mfr- ADVBETISBMENIB. W0-:- ngle Insertion— Firat xnoh, SB Bd ; each antiee &.&'?} qnent Inch, lg Bd, fjpi;. B»eoial arrangements for standing oontraota $fp'.; All communications, literary and bugi m&- ness, to beaddwssed, and cheques, P O Ip?'' Orders, Postal Notes, etc., to be made El* payab'e to fci . K. HOLLAN D, Managing pv;- Kditor. mi-.: ? ? ip rpEU8T MONEYS to lend— on Beal life _L orPer»onal Security. JAMES Wifc-~ DART, Solicitor, &c, Commissioner fo Igfef Affidavit*, Bolton-strcefc 'Sewcaatle. T H E I N T E E N A T I O X A L SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman's Up:' Building...

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Marx Hall. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

Mara Hall. - ? _ Thb monthly concert on Snnday night last was a great success and exceeded the anticipation of those responsible for the arrangement of the programme. Additional talent added to thiis satisfactory achieve ment, and it is sincerely hoped that those friends who kindly volun toerea tneir services on mat oc casion will do so again in the future. We are unable to record the numbers rendered, but ib can be said that they were well received by the audience, several of the per formers being heartily encored. Professor Reick was heard to ad vantage in '? Queen of the Earth,' and another item. In response to an hearty encore he treated his audience to a whistling solo, for which he was loudly applauded. The chairman (Comrade Carson) announced the absence, through illness, of ' May Day ' and ex pressed his regret, which was shared by all present, Several lady friends accompanied the non'nna lfdmn ffl*- T *- ? 1 ? w»»*wmu ivwuioi XUU XiCalfUC Licit tenders itr thanks to all who ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

Kev Note. What sort of society is thin that has, to the extent that oars baa, in equality and injustice fo'- a basis ? Huch a society is fit only to be kicked out through the windows — its banquet tables, its orgies, its de fa -ucheries, its pconndrelism. togeth er with all those who are seated leaning on both elbows and enioying it on the backs of others whom they keep down on all fours The hell 01 the pnor is the paradise the rich lore to solace themselves in. — Vic- toe Hooo. the people The WorM for the World'i Workers

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN ON THE WHEEL. A MODERN SONG OF THE SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

? BROKEN ON THE WHEEL. A MODERN SONG OP THE SHIRT. Three children played on the attic floor The babe that lay in the cradle made four. A widow Bat at her wheel and sewed, Many her wants and much she owed. And all must be met from what she made, The pitiful pittance the sweat-shop paid. The eldest cams running, ' Mother, dear, The milkman with his bill is here.' She emptied her parse. ? Whatever betide, Baby must have his food,' aha sighed. She sewed and sewed, not lifting her head, The smallest pause would mean less bread. f&'~ ' O, mother, the grocer asks Mb pay.' $£1k ? Tell him to-morrow— I've nothing ff/' to-day.1 ' *fcV' And on she sewed, the sad-faced one, II v Who buried her huBband a twelve - |*i month gone. rjji '. « I'm hungry, mother I' ' There 's *0,' bread on the shelf ; $&??'- Give to your brothers, and help your jpX self.' !$??.' « Do you not want Borne of the wee bit p; here?' |f. ' I have no time to eat, my dear.' ||. f With hand above and with foot ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Future of "The People." AN APPEAL TO ALL WHO BELIEVE IN THE SOCIALIST PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

The Future of ' The People.' ? « ? AN APPEAL TO ALL WHO BELIEVE IN THE SOCIAL IST PRESS. Last week Mr. Holland took an official farewell of the readers of The People as the editor — a posi tion held by him during the last seven years -in all the various changes (hat the establishment of the Socialist press has gone through daring that period. It is unneces sary to go over ground already co vered — relating the history of the struggle ti bring into existence and maintain an uncompromising and unmncmng oociausc organ in Aus tralia. Tbe gallant little band of Socialists who, through every vicis situde, have stuck through thick and thin, recognise the years of straggle and effort of our comrade Holland for the S cialist movement and its press. The men and women who have borne the brunt of the battle appreciate what he has done, and give him credit for it. This is not the place to appraise the worth or merits of individuals — that will be done in its proper place, no doubt. ;i^^^*fe^tVi!...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Uncle Sam and Brother Jonathan. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 February 1902

|{Jncle Sam and Brother 1? Jonathan. K, Uncle Sam: The working class ? mnsfc OTOrthrow the capitalist olass. H; Brother Jonathan: That's the ?most foolish language I can think ?of. ? U.S.: Why so, K B.J.: In the first place there's no Hjsnch thing as a ' capitalist olass ' ; ^?1 don't know of any sunh difference Bab ' capitalist class ' and ' working ?jlaqfl.' u ??? u.s : ion aon t - If B.J.: I don't. Where does your ?^capitalist class ' and ' working ?class ' commence ? The distinction ?fa purely imaginary. ?^ U.S. (beginning to qniver like a mat that scents a mouse) : Ha ! W* Where the one ends and the other P»£ins ' ? | B.J.: Exactly! ? U.S.: And the distinction be Kween the two ia ' imaginary ' ? I: B.J.: Ye.=. ?-?:??? US.: I think I know what you ?mean, but I'u like to be sure. BjTould you mind putting it clearer ? ?p.B.J.: 'Tis clew enough as I put ?k But I'll make it still clearer. Bie man has 100 millions— guess ?n'll call, him a capitalist ;. another ?fc 50 'millioD^-Tg^aa^...

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