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LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

LEAGUE NOTES. Get ready for the campaign, all of you ! In a couple of weeks we shall be in the thick of it. We have the grandest oppor tunity yet offered to 'the workers in any part of the world, and the ; blood should tingle and throb and thrill .through the veinB of every man and woman privileged to take . part in this ; magnificent event, ' Now, we want oash to see us through. - The printing and other expenses will be heavy, .= :Evei^ member of the Central -Blanch ^shbuld.wfctend^ AeveryjFri- day^lliighttat tti,e Pripidsihg Corps tod let.us know the amount pf h^ill^^^todo. .Like ot the,Water The Newtown members have been added to the Central Branch till the campaign is over, in order to make a concentration of forces as effective as possible. ? . ? Newcastle members must buc kle to at once. All connected in the district should at once get into working order. . Arrange meet ings, push The Peopi e, and send along to headquarters what you are prepared to do. Every centre at Newcastl...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miss Rusfeldt's Birthday Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

Miss Rasfeldt's Birthday Party. Mtox Hall waa tax d to i'.s utmost ca pacity on the oocaneB of Mis* Dagmar Baafeldt'l xSth birthday, when that young lady w«i tendered a Terr enjoy»ble birthday party. Comrade F* Drake aetad efficiently as M C., a nomber of friande contributed tonga, notations, eto., wbi e Mttag-ieoretary Moroney made a epeeoh ?nitable to the ooeation, wiihiog His* BwfelU on behalf of the League rery happy birthdays an-i eaying tbiogt eulogiftic of the hard and earnest wok in the Socialist movement of her esteemed father A beautlfully-boa d copy of Longfellow'* poemi was presented to Mi* Bntfeldt by a reiy gaod friend of the League, and the Managing- Editor of Thb Pjwple, on behalf of a number of Chat*. wood friendii presented her with a gold ereeoent brooch. Kits BusCeldi was alio the recipient of many other nsefal pre eentf. Dancing was indulged in «p to I midnight, when evanbodr dtps**! folly Leatiifled that a .thoroughly sadoyable eteniag had been ipsnt,,

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CONGRESS, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

OPEN COLUMN. INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CONGRESS, 1900. — 'O- .-I (TrainUted from Lb Motmhtt SociAiri I STB, Faria. by F,C. Bentwoglio) , 1 The importance; of the Inter national Socialist TOngress held in September last arises frQm three points of view. It organ ised the international union of the fighting proletariat, specified ?the , general tendency of the Socialistic evolution, and exer cised a decided influence upon the French movement. /'H Th« creation of a Derma nent international committee is the ; moat important part of, its practical work ; it is the realisa tion of a strong desire expressed by preceding International Con gresses; The permanent inter national committee will have a great deal to do with three pro blems of the highest importance. First that of foreign policy, or imperialist expansion, which oc cupies nearly the same- antago nistic position to the best inte rests of the workers in every 'country. Next in importance iB the social legislation, which re quires a si...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROSPERITY-ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

PROSPERITY - ITEMS. I (From the Daily Press.) Th* question of the recommen dation of men for Government employment has been lately fo eedupon the attention of the State Minister of Works. The men who enrol themselves at the Labor Bureau complain of the preference which, they appear to think, though erroneous! f the Minister says, is given to men re comnwndei by Members of Par liament and others. To remove t*ie comp aint, a%d relieve mem bers of Parliament of an one-ms task, Mr. O'fulllvtn last week de cided to han l over the who'e busi ness of the engaging of men for Government employ to the Labor Commissioners, who -were brought into existence with this amongst other objects in view. In futu e, therefore, all applications fur work 'must be made to the Labor Com missioners direct In the first lot of works about to be commenced, | married men with fami'ies will j have the presence in regard to the works nea Sydney. For the distant water conservation and other wo ks single and able bo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

FREIKS AWB^FR ADDS. I Among the members of the Bartpnjian Comiiaittee are Vickers, bootsWeater J. P; Wrighlt, money lender Cohen, H'; Stewart, M.L.C. (erstwhile Labor Leaguer), 'Cap- tain ' Chuck,' and 8. A;, Byrne. Now, ehonldn't Toby be a proud man this blessed day with such a valiant push at his back ? 'Gyinpie ' Truth,' a . Labor paper, went into mourning on I acoount of Viistoria's.' death. Likewise Republican John Nor ton's Sydney ' Truth.' ' — o— ? McGowen will run as a Pro tectionist, Hughes as a Freetrader, Chris. Watson as a Protectionist, j and dismal Tom Brown of Con doblin, as a Freetrader ; and I the gullible : working-class [ voters who have stuck to these Fakirs on the false plea of soli darity will be treated to this kind of sneaking after the coat- ' tails of the big capitalistic parties. I New South Wales Labor Com missioners are iq O'Sullivan's Works Departments Is it part of the duty of Labor Commissioner Brennan to whoop up the O'Sul van testimonial ? — o— The ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

The Campaign Pvnd. I Evsbt member with a Campaign Card should strain every effort to fill it and send along at once the amount oolleoted. Those who have not yeb got cards should apply for them at once All readers of Thi PsofLi, all friends and sympath isers are asked to subscribe to the fund. The expenses of the Campaign .will be heavy. We wan t, if possible, every elector to receive a copy of Tbic Psoplb and our manifesto- We also want to {irint and circulate as many leaf ets as possible. Help the grandest cause in the world. Help to strike the first blow for socialism in Australia. All moileyt to be forwarded to Jab. O. Moaonr, A cting- General Secretary. ' Will the ' Bulletin ' kindly ex p'ain its Dry D'-g Beid joke f — o— '-Chamberlain made the war, and his family the ammunition.'— Dundee ' Advertiser.' — 0~' Australia in 1890 exported 11} million bushels of wheat. High or low tariff, the priee of that surplus over Australia a home consump ton in the world's market fixes the pri...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

Tlil: Federal Candidates. ;.The' six .candidates of the Sooialiat Labor Party will address thfe opening meeting of their cam paign in the Protestant Hall, Sidney,' on Monday evening, FeWl& Every Socialist is urged -to' make this' as widely known as possible ; and Socialists Bhould also make it a point to be at the lulil early on the night of meet ing/Let every well-wisher roll up1 and assist in making our entry into politics a thumping success. The names of the selected Bix will' be published next week. -

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE COMMITTED A CRIME TO LIVE. (Translated from the Danish SOCIAL DEMOCRAT, by J.C.J.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

HE COMMITTED A GRIME TO LIVE. (Translated tromthe Danish Social Dkiocbat, by J.' .J.) He was about 19 years of age — a jolly fellow, quick at his work, and he looked upon life as a pastime. Several years went byj before we .met again ; but one day in the market place, | I ran against him. Be was standing with some of his comrades. 1 stopped. Was this the once happy lad with the pleasant look and the strong arm ? How had he fared ? He looked in my face as if to read my thoughts. ' Yes,' burst from his lips, ' there was nothing more for me to do where I was working. Since then I have been starving — starv- ing ! Do you hear ?' His eyes shot fire, and the words burst from his lips in torrents. 'I went from place . to place*, but no one had any use for me — do you hear me — no one ? I C in't stand it much longer ; , it is starve or steal to live.' A shudder went through his body, and he wrapt his thin old coat closer around bim. Of a sudden he grasped my arm. .'There goes the repre sent...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

DURHAM HOTEL, ! HAITLAND ROAD, ISLINGTON, j None but the Beat {Brands of Liquor* j ?erred. j Accommodation for Boarders HUGH COBB, Proprietor. OB Nice TI ^ B, OOLL ABS, SHIRTS Alio, an up-to-date HAT, TRY GIL3ERT HORLER, The eity Hatter and Mercer, 187 HUNTRB 8TREET. TA. B R A T E ? Solicitor, Ac, Court Chamber*, Bolton Street, ? Newoartle ? TRUST MOHBYSto lend — on Beat or Personal Security, JAMES DART.Solicitor, Ac., Commissioner for Afldavits, Bolton-street Newcastle. A. RE ID, SOLICITOR Ac. too Commissioner for Afidarita BOLTON STHEBT. Newcastle. TRUST MONEYS to Lend at onrren Bate*. Mr. W. H. BAKER, Soli titer, eto., Commissioner for the Auitra Han Colonies. Bolton-street, Newcastle A BBOTT and WOOD, Solieitors, & JS L J. ARTHUR WOOD, Notary Public. Wood's Chambers. Soottnitreet, Newnwtle. Honey to lend in large or (ma snms ? ' ! THE INTERN ATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman'a Buildings, oorner York and Market-sts Sydney. All leading Europe in and Ameri can Socialist organs...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club By William Soholl McClure. (Eeprinted from ' The People ' Library, New York.) (Continued.) I A word here in explanation of the Socialistic doctrine ef class [ antagonism, concerning which there iB considerable misappre hension. We are frequently ad monished that there are no classes in this country. (Would there were none.) That, in theory at least, we all have the same politi 1 cal rights ; all are equal before J the law. That the class doctrine applies in Europe, perhaps, where men are still divided into classes by the survivals of feudalism, but not here. This nhows a complete misconception of the sense in which the term is used. It is used to distinguish, not a social, but an economic condition. And when the papers refer to some proposed labor law as ol&ds legislation, they use the word in the same sense preoisely. By class antagonism, therefore, is meant that opposition of the economic interests which results from cap...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concerning Building for Profit. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

| Concerning Building for ' When a prophet com 3th from the eternal to apeak unto modern times, as Dante did onto the middle ages, and constructs the other world before oaf eyes, he will have one circle in his hell for the builders of rotten housos, and doubtless it will be a-eollection of their own works, so that th^r sin will be its punishment, as^is s*ost fitting and the way of things.?— IA5 MacUMJU ^

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

WHAT SeeiSLISM .is. ?' The ethics ol Socialism are identical / with the ethics of Christianity.— Enoy clopaedia Brittasica.' The abolition of that individual action on whiei modem societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of o-operative action. — Imperial Diction, aiy. A theory of society that advocate i a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A scienoe of reconstructing society on an entirely new basis by snbstitating the principle of association for that of com. Sstition in every branch of human in. ustry- — Worcester's Dictionary. 'Any theory or systen of loeal organi sation whioh wonl4 abolish entirely or in great put the Individual effort and competition on which modern society rests and substitute co-operation | would introduce a more perfect and equal dis. tribution of the products of labor, and would make land and tejaitaL as the in struments of production, the...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WAKING" THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

^ WAKING ' THB DEAD. ; ' IF' any justification were needed for the attitude oF the Australian Socialist League, it was supplied by the recent con-' fer£hce of the Political Labor Lieague. ~ The president's weak and vacillating address ; the iajgenda paper, with its proposals to make bi-metalism and the abolition of the duty on tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes' planks of, the fighting platform; the ' statesmanlike picnic, for whichihe Lyne party had conde sbendingly granted the free use of the Government steamer, and which one delegate remarked was the. price of the Labor vote; the Revelations concerning the selec tion of two Senatorial candidates ^ some members of the Labor party and some members of the Executive : the fight, over the 4;Splidarity{' pledge, which found Hughes and 'JDarnley and Rae ranged in a common canBe against the pledge ; the .attempt to cen feuire the party, and the backdown ^ of the delegates before the black leg audacity of Hughes ; the utter absence of any at...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

Australian Socialist League ^.DEMANDS^ op the ... . MSTMIMN SOCIALIST LEMIIE (Adopted Easier, 1898)* - i- '? i/:* ' ' VX:-.. * ' '' 'H ^ 1 ? ? - ** Wtrfcm ?- all efiatriM, Call* i'-MRRX. MHB capitalist form of Society in which we at present JBk live, and which the capitalists uphold, is based ?-!-? npon class supremacy, maintained by clsss govern ment thrown the private ownership of the means I ? of production, distribution, and exchange. 1 This economic power, this possession by the landlord and capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth production, pats the worfeiqg-class in complete subjec tion to the said dominant class, thus depriving the great mass ol the people oi the full produot of their labor. A s the present system is thus based upon class an tagonisms and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will only permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth - in die form of commodities for sale, pay.ng to them as - wages but one-third of the wealth so produced, and t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

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Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Our Lambton and New Lambton Readers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

1 ? To Gar Lambtonand New Lambton Readers* 1 Aftbb this date, Thb Pjeoplb will be posted direot from the offioe to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount ef subscriptions will | be collected quarterly by MR T. M R LUNG, of New T^«.kf^n

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Class Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. The olasa struggle is a straggle between those who have and those who have not ; a straggle between those who do not produce and those who do prodoee ; a strngg e between those who take and those who make; a struggle between cnose who exploit and those who resist exploitation ; a straggle be - tween the capitalist class, which most continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'asa, wbioh most put an end to the straggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entire strnotore | of industrial sooiety.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Reign of Bloodshed. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

A Reign of Bloodshed.' Qvssn Yictoxia. is dead, but the. reoord of her reign will be known as ono of the bloodiest in British ' annals, says the ' Labor Leader.' Here is a list of 42 ware . ; \ war against Busaia, l&£4 . . Threewata against Afghanlstsn, , 1888, 1849, 1876. . Five wars against China, 18H, 1849, 1856, 1860. 1900. Two wars against the Sikhs, I845, 1848. Three Kaffir wars, 1846. 1851, 1877. Three wars against Burma, 1850, 1852, 1885. -4 . Mine wars in India, 1857, I860, 1863, 1861, 1868, 1879, 1890, 1897. Four Ashantee wars, 1864, 1873, 1899, 1900. A war against Abyssinia, 1867. A war against Persia, 1852. A war against the Zulus, 1878. . One war against the Basutos, '' .879. Two wars in Bgypt, 1862, 1884. Three wsrs in the Soudan, 1894, 1896, 1899. A war in Zansibar, 1890. Two wars in the Transvaal, 1881, 1899. It will be noted that with the exception of the Crimean war and the wars ? against the Boers, all these expeditions of bloodshed were organised against ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For the Miners. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

For the Miners. ; j Th* following ' private and - confidential' circular from the . 8oottish*Anstralum Miniug Com pany, Limited, has accidentally fallen into the hands of Thc Pao*i-- : ? 'January. 16th, 1901. 'd; Dear 8ir.---We beg to advise that until further notioe the price of ooal itom this Oompany's Col lieries will be as follows, vis. : Best screened, 12a pec ton nelt , .; SmsiltQs per ton sett. Yours faithfully, Thohas Obousaob, Manager,' ' ? Now, on what selling-price basis are the northern miners being paid ? Will some one tell us?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PASSING OF THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

THB PASSING ©F TRB QUBEN. Qcjeeh Victoria's death is not a matter of- very great mo ment to . working-class people. The numerous and reiterated statements of the capitalist press as to hei- ' influence upon British policy are _ not correct. The powers. left to, the monarch in Britain are exceedingly limited. Certain prerogatives are retained; but they are never exercised, nor aire tKey likely to be exercised in thefuture, The British Oonsti tution-1— in a sense, the -freest in thei tirorld*— is'not a written con stitution ; it is made up of Acts of Parliament, and is, therefore, plastic in the extreme. By Act of . . . Parliament the monarchy could be abolished immediately if the people so willed it. The real ruler of Great Britain is the. Prime Minister, acting for the dominant party for the tixxid being. ''The monarch simply does' ah he or she is told. , ; When Viotoria ascended the thronei, one of the greatest indus trial upheavals in British hiafory was taking' place. .. The Char...

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