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SUNDAY MEETINGS. Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — People — 22 February 1902
SUNDAY MEETINGS. Feb. 23. Attend at Marx Hall at 2.30, convey platform and papers to the Domain meeting : Comrades Carson Riisfeld, and Klosterman. Hall Doorkeeper — J Klosterman, Bathurst Stkeet. — Chair, Com rade Sloane. Papers, H Ostler Martin Place. — Isaacs, chair. Papers, Riisfeldt - Maroh 2. Attend at Marx Hall, convey platform &o. to the Domain meet ing. Comrades Isaacs, Nelson. Hall Doorkeeper — D. Carson. Domain Meeting— Chair, F. H. Drake. ^athdest Street — Chair, D. Carson. Marjin Place. — M, Nelson. G. I8AA0S, Sec.
Weekly Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — People — 22 February 1902
Weekly Fixtures. Saturday, Feb. 22 — ;Leichhardt, cr. Parramatta Koad and Reuwick street. Chairman, W. A. John son. Monday, Feb. 24 — Darlinghurst. Court House Square. Chairman : S. Sloane ? Tuesday, 25 — Waterloo. Botany and Jjtedfern-sta. Tuesday, 25 — Central Branch. Wednesday, Feb. 26 — Miller's Pt., nr. Reserve. Chair : H. Ostler. Saturday, March 1 — Balmain, opp. Unity Hall Hotel. Chair : M. Nelson Monday. Mrch 3 — Organising Corps Marx Hall Tuesday, March 4 — W aterloo Branch. Tuesday, March 4— Central Execu tive meets Wednesday, March 5 — Newtewn Bridge. Chair : P. Christensen I Saturday, March 8 — Garden Party, Coogee Aquarium Monday, March 10 — George and Bay-streets (Grace Bros.) Tuesday March 11— -Waterloo. Bo tany-rd and Redfern-st. Tuesday, March 11 — Central Branch meets Wednesday, Maroh 12— Waverley Saturday, March 15 — North Syd ney. Mount and Walker-sts ... Monday. 1?^— Organising Corps. Tuesday, 18 — Waterloo Branoh „ „ Central Executive Wednesday 13— Newtown Brid...
Economic Class. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
Economic Glass. I The class assembled on Snnday, when there was a good attendance of members present. Mr. Batho in the chair. The sabject for discussion was : ' Do the workers pay Taxes ' The opener, Comrade G. Isaac p, contended that taxes being paid out of surplus, and the workers as a class being always at subsistence j level possessed no surplus, therefore, | they could not pay taxes. The discussion was an animated and interesting one in which nearly everyo- e present took part. Comrade Drake is responsible for the subject to be discussed on the las Sunday in March.
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
General Executive. The Committee met, on Friday night of last week, Prespn* : Comrades Carson, Batho Hoi and Thomson. Drake, Isaacs, Secretary Mot-oney, Treasurer Clarke, Neill, and A. Proud in the chair. The weekly finano-al statement of ' The People ' Printery busi ness and Press Committee report was read and adopted. The usual weekly finanoial ar rangements were made. NotificaM'n8 of withdrawal from position on Genpral Executive were received from Comrades Thomson, Aldous, and Proud. Conference masters were discus sed and business sheets ordered to be printed for distribution to branches A special summoned meeting of all members was convened for Mon day March 3, for organising pur poses.
Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
Organising @ommittee. Owing to the early roll n^of the publishing comr.-it.tee, the worfc was j got through in good time ' This i'h as it s* onld be Bnd will- tend to popularise and increase the circula tion of the paper. The following members were present. : Comrades Christensen, Carson, Johnson, Klosterman. Drate. Tense. Batho. O =- tier, Riisfeldt and 'Hairs Gond results will ensne bv regular atten tion to these dntips. Tn order to l'ghten the work let all who can take a. hand in this and other work in connection with tbe movement. Forward along yonr names and specify Ihe duties you are prepared to undertake Every member is specially noti fied to attend the '?'penial Meeting called by the General Executive for the purpose of considering organis ing proposals, which will eventuate next Monday eve., March 3. There is plenty of work to be done, and if every member will put bis efforts forward to make the movement a power, the result will be worth the effort.
MARTIN PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
. MAETIN PLACE. A large crowd gathered at this resort on Sunday night, last, when Comrades Isaacs (chair) and Batho (speaker) engaged the rapt atten tion of the audience throughout. Comrade Riisfeldt pushed the so c'alist paper and disposed of a num ber of copies.
AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Notice to Members. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
^AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Notice to Members. The Ballot of the League taken by the General Executive has re sulted in favor of tne question sub mitted to niembere. The Executive therefore notify Branches and members that the levy is now in force, and all are re quested to pay same through the Branoh secretaries, dating from Feb. 1, who shall forward returns to the undersigned. Jas. O. Moeonet, . Gen. Seo. / /
DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
DOMAIN. The usnal Sunday meeting was carried ont by P. Chris ensen (chair), Noill, Morri-h (speakers), Carson, Klostermann, and Proud carried out detail arrangements A large crowd was present during the meeting, and copies of the local and American ' People ' were sold.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
| '1 HE PEOPLE If' Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. PnMlahed «T»ry S*t»rday Vcrolnr ?! 16 GEORGti ST. WEST £ 8YDNJY, \ bUBSORIPTION. ffj'. New Boath Wale*. jne Year (In adranoe) .. ts. One Quarter .. .. Is. »(i'. Single Copy .. .. Id. &-'? ?'-!? Other ColantM— U Cd per quarter, 8a per year k'- Sngland. America, and other eonntriea. ft »--i ur. tfc - ADVEBTMBMBNIB. m- ngle Insertion— Pi r»t ineh,la M ; each »ch*i ?? qnent inch, ls#d. H- ' BfMial arraagsmentt for (landing oon«nwt« All Literary commuhications to be 5 ^ addr- ssed ' The Editor.' ajv. * Business Communications osly must 4 be addressed 'J. O. Moroney, j&/ Gen. Sec.,A.S.L., ' The People' t,- Office, 16 George-street Weak, | , Sydney. I w. HOFF, TAILOR, |iv. ? 71 Rathnrst-street, Sydney. Suite Made to Order from £3 3s. j|f ? Trousers, from 15s. £' Gents' own material made up from 30s ^ Best Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. * 1 CLEAN MEALS f Por the Workers AT ? PAT K STREET CAFE 13 Park Street, eity 'I' ...
DARLINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
DARLINGHURST. On Monday nipht Comrades Isaacs (chair), Drake and Batho (speakers), Riisfeldt, Plowright, attended at this meeting which was held at the corner of Bourke and Oxford-streets. The usual nuisance in the form of a senseless intetjec tor — a Belf-styled Christian Social ist — repeatedly inflicted himself on the audience.^ The crowd, how ever, acknowledged the logic of the Socialists' contention and Bhowed their disapproval of this individual's tactics.
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
Kev Note. Trn enrmgp is the knowledge ov right, and the determination la dew it. False outrage is the willingness tn dew what is rong becawse others 8a it is right. — Josh Billthgb. THE PEOPLE1 The World for the World's Workers
LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
leichhardt. I J' , J be monthly meeting eventnated in this suburb on Saturday night. !;5: , when Comrades Johnson (choir), i;. :. Neill and Drake (speakers), Riis feldt, Carson, McDermott, Batho ... and Isaaos put in an appearance. The chairman explained the ob jects of the meeting, and Neill fol lowed with an address on economics. Drake was the next speaker and he dealt with the industrial position of the working class. Apart from a slight disturbance caused by one man striking another, and making it necessary to cIofb down somewhat earlier than was intended, the meeting was a pronounced success.
THE COURAGE OF RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
THE eOURAGE OP RIGHT. To speak the truth is n' t always pleasant; current philosophy teaches the suppression of veracity as the better way to travel the path of life, thereby avoiding much incon venience and worry. Everything is for the bent in this beat possible capitalist Rociety. Let us patch dd thing-s a bit, salve oar con sciences a little, bat do no hing to unnecessarily incommode ourselves, nor any i hin^r likely to affect our own material welfare. From the capitalist cIhrs, and its apologists in press an i pulpit, all this callous in difference and cynicism is logical and t.i be expected From men of the working-class, men who claim to represent and express the views, desir. s and aspiratiot s of labor, three things -are essential — know, ledge of t he workers' economic position in socie'y, hones'y of pur p 'se, mid conrage to fight uncom promisingly for that class alone. ( 'an it- be truthfully asserted that any of the parties throughout. Ans tralin claiming to srand for Lia...
NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
? NEWTOWN. I Comrodes Kohler, Riinfeldt, Johnson, Ostler (chair), Neill and : ::'i Isaaos (speakers), nnooepsfnlly car ? ried out the usual fortnightly meet ing on the Bridge on Wednesday A ^ night of last week. The . speakers were listened by an attentive and appreciative audience.
The Arbitration Act. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
The Arbitration Act. Mr. Wise was waited upon by Mr. Sam Smith — who expects the position of ' labor arbitrator,' at a salary of X75C per annnm — with I Mr, Thrower, who recently got the permanent secretaryship of Sydney | Labor Council, salary £3 per week. They wished to know, if wages were reduoed and the workers protested, ; would the Arbitration Court, when instituted, make its award retro spec tire. Mr. Wise said it could. Bat will it f We shall see. Mr. Wise also said he had been re quested by Mr. See, who was a large ! employer of labor, to ask bis brother capitalists ' not to disturb indus trial relations daring the next few weeks.' He admitted the workers had ' saerifioed a good deal by [giving np the power to strike.' They have. Pending the establish ment of the court, he gives this I advice to the wotkm: ' , . The men in the meantime *ill loyally abide by the clause which Prevents th-»m from striking, and I am bound to say that if they were to Strike, and an information w...
MEETINGS MARX HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
MEETINGS W- ' MARX HALL. f\ ' On Sunday night last, Comrade £?' Drake occupied the platform and |v ! discoursed upon 'Social Contrasts.' £ Be dwelt upon the position of the Working class and the capitalist :-~A . olass in society. The contrast was clearly pointed out In times of drought, famine or plague the rioh f:.-': non-producing class invariably cleared the conntry, whereas the . ' poor * producing-class were com pelled to remain there, and either become victimB of the pestilence or : fight it down. Dealing with the workers' eco f nomio position it was shown that, aeoording to Coghlan, Government 5 statistician, the workers, as a class, |v consumed the whole of their wages siv; consequently they possessed no fi surplus. Taking tbe returns for v the five years, 1894-99, in this J;?, State.it was shown that out of Jf' 76,838 persona who died, there were bnt 9,49? who left propprty, £/' , which was valued at £19,5 0,000. The distribution of propery was of | V far greater interest ...
The C.S.R. Co. and their Black Slaves. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
The 6.S.R. Go. and their Black Slaves. A cobrwspondent in the ?' Wes tern Pacific Herald,' Suva, writes concerning the importation of a number of Parsee slaves as follows : ' I don't think the C.S.R. Co. is going to pay any higher divi d°nds on account, of the imported Tndian skilled labor just yeb ; but at the same time f would advise those of your readers who hold shares in the Company to hang oil to thpm like grim death, for I am confident that, when these men are properly drilled into their business the shares will go np in value like srreas°d lightning. Tn the mean time, it would not be a had idea for the Company tn supply every Parana mechanic with a caBe of Wolff's Schnapp?, free of cost, of course, to take that ' tired feel ing ' out of them. After having: cured them of this complaint, I am sure that, with a little patience, they conld then be taught to be real useful. The Company, cer tainly, deserves that, that these men should turn out a great sue cess, for it must have c...
WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF WAR? [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
1. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OP WAR? IAt the recent variety show of Jingoes held at Sydney Town Hall ? by the A.N. A., the International Socialist 01 ab distributed a leaflet, and from a copy forwarded to The People the following extracts are r made : — I 1. That it is the inalienable ? right of every citizen in a profes ? ' gedly free country to criticise the I ' acts of its Government and to ex ? press his conviction upon them in a I* constitutional manner. B 2. How can a People progress B in further mental development if it BP stifle criticism ? We appeal to B~ Australians, even yet on the thres B hold of Nation-hood, to remember B ;that Freedom — absolute freedom of SB,' speech and thought — is the funda |R ' mental of Liberty. B (a) We submit that as ' the B emancipation of the wage-workers B requires their fra'ernal concurrence, B :how are they to fulfil that great B missioo., with a foreign polioy in Bj'pursuif of criminal designs, playing B-vtipon national prejudices, and Bquan ^E|d...
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902
Waterloo Branch. This branch held its usual fort- - jraBi nightly meeting on Feb. 18. An ^ open-air propaganda gathering, at 'TKBjil the corner of Raglan-street and - Botany-road, preceded the branoh 1 meeting, at whioh P. Christensen and H. E Holland spoke, and dealt with : ^ii«Sn the emnloyment of soliool children of ... tender years- in- -factories* workshops. Comrade Holland also ^ pointed out to the large andience ?? present that the South African war ) was caused by the same class that ' caused all the misery and depres- ^ sion the world over, yet the workers . were always ready to do its bidding. At present they were yelling for the Boer's blood; while their own mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, had their womanhood degraded and their lives debased in grinding out profits for the class now ruling the ? destinies of the Empire. Until the workers understood the meaning of the word ?' clasa-conaciouj,' and acting accordingly, voted for the party fighting the workers' cause in a...