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FAMISHED INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

FAMISHED INDIA. Supplementary facts to back up the article recently reprinted from 'Justice' are afforded by the following letter from the London ' Oaily News ' of January 2, 1902. ' Pons of the Empire ' and others should memorise it. They will find it handy when th^ir bosses preach to them about the glories of British rule. And let it be remembered also that over £30,000,000 is suck d from India by England every year : Sir, —This subject is one which should not be allowed to drop or be relegated with the report of the Famine Commission to the inside of Blue Books or India office pigeon-holes. I have just returned from' a study of the Indian problems on the spot, and cannot urge too earnestly upon your readers the intense pathos of seeing vil'age after village, with all the men, and still more the women and children showing those pitiful signs of a dai'y strngg'e to live, and only half enongh to live upon. I have seen the poverty of the English villages and the desolation of London ...

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

' « ? — * W ? FREE INSURANCE POLICIES || €% *|*f| ' C! will cover ytrar life for £loo ae&init II I j IP llflMll 1| (9 death or pay Lt per week for disable. K-yMM- VylF'' ment. Tl.e Colonial Mutual Fire In. urance Co , Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all clairni retulting from 'JUBONIC PLaGUE,. By purchasing your clothing from us,' you will get this boon frea of charge together with the best made and PlTiDfft garment in and out of this dij. trict. We substantiate what we say by refunding your money if we failto pleaw you. 'We understand our business, and that is why we speak plain. Ladies' Costumes from JB4 — the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others can't approach. ^ , Gents' Suits. -84. For style, fit, and finish, they excel. Others have tried to : imi'ate, but so far without success. ? ? ? J. B. SHEPHAKD, Near A.J.S, Bank. ? 37a and 374 Hunter 8t.. Newra tie Went, WHAT PEOPLE SAY : ? — - PlIJIDI CCTMI'Q PHOTOQf?APH8 unflnLto I UN o arb the best. Twelve Enamelled Cab...

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

You'll miss Mr UUr Him when AU He .gone. - Secure His Yorkv -''h' Second-hand Clothing Bought and Sold Also Old Gold and Silver. A Splendid Lot of Dungaree Overalls. Y BKY ALLSORTS. Hunter-street W eat, Newcastle COUNTRY ORDERS ? ? fob JOB PRINTING. Will Receive our Prompt Attention. If Von itiva in tha Countvy, If You Want to Help TflH PHOPIiH, if Yoa Want Qood Wook, MUST DROP US A LINE We'll attend to the rest.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGE-LABOR AND CAPITAL. WHAT ARE WAGES AND HOW THEY ARE DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

WAGE'LABOR AND CAPITAL. By Karl Marx. WHAT ABB WAGES AITD HOW THEY ARE DETERMINED. If we were to ask the laborers, ' How mnch wages do you get ?' one would reply, ' I get a couple of shillings a day from my em ployer'; another, 'I get halfa crown,' and so on. According to the different trades to which they belong they wonld name different sums of money which they receive from their particular employers, either for working for a certain length of time or for performing a certain piece of work ; for example, either for weaving an ell of cloth or for Betting np a certain amount of type. But, in spite of this dif ference in their statements, there is one point in which they wonld all agree ; their wages are the amount of money which their employer pays them, either for working a certain length of time or for a certain amount of work done. Thus their employer buys their work for money. For money they sell their work to him. With the same sum for which the employer has bought their work, ...

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

' iMPRfteTienBLB.' | Sohb there be who oppose So oialism strongly, who hate Socialism and its advocates heartily, and who show their hatred honestly and openly in all their words and actions. We confess to a certain respect (or such opponents, and feel towards them, in the words of Scott, ' That stern joy which warriors feel In foemen worthy of their steel.' This makes a. fair stand-up fight, no quarter being asked or ren dered. But there is another class that opposes Socialism far more effectively but in a less manly fashion ; these may be fitly called the smoodgers, for while hating Socialism just ae much as the others, they yet lack the courage to say so openly. These people listen very benignly to the arguments of the Socialist, and being utterly unable to meet ihem, they deal the cause a treacherous blow which is in reality more harmful than the open attaoks of its avowed enemies They admit that the truth and beauty of Socialism are unexcep tional, that its lot?ic is flawless a...

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

WATGH THIS! Subscribers 'are specially notified that a BLUE MARK through this para graph signifies that thsir subscription is now OVERDUE, Subscribers whose papers are so marked are re quested to forward along their sub. before the end of present month otherwise they will be struck off the list, and the amount due called for. 7 /;

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trusts and Economic Development. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

Trasts and Economic Development. i Mr. Schwab, the chairman of ' .| the American Steel Trast,inan in terview he has recently accorde to a representative of a French ij journal, has declared the goal of j;r the Trust to be the diminution of .ijl the cost cf production while as suring the well-being of the J| workmen engaged. This is the kind of talk one might expect from a boss trustee. Of course, such an one has to Bhow the con sumer in general, and the small mi idle-class consumer in particu lar that he has everything* to gain by the cheapening of wares, and nothing to lose otherwise from the new process of industrial concen tration. In addition, he has, of course, to salve such conscience as the said consumer may possess, and to allay the well grounded ap- 'r prehensions of the working-man . . Ii by assuring the latter that for labor itself the trust is ihe best .j possible institution in the beS) pos- sible system. It is also quite in the natural order of things when : Mr. chwab ...

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

Newcastle Miners STILL AGITATED. Newcastle miners are still fight ing for the bosses. On coming ont of the pit, after producing profits for the masters who treat them so jastly and lovingly and brotherly, they hold meetings and pass reso lutions in favor of ex terrain tting tbe Boers, cheer for Judas Chamber lain, and yell for gore. Last week the population turned oat in the main street and wedged i'self into its narrow byewmys, and held ' the greatest meeting ever seen in New castle.' Bish jp Stzetoh spoke and was one of the most gory speakers then - all tbe clergy to-day are the londsst advocate* for oapitali*m and ahagbter. In another part ef this agitated community the saintly Alf Edden, M.L A., became so affected by things that he got off the following. He said ' that nothing that had occurred since his entry into public life had given him cause for so much thought and so much anxiety as the necessity for submitting resolutions such as were to be put before that meeting, and th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia's Military Destiny. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

Australia's Military Des* tiny. T HK people of this country, espe cially the workers, have apparently lost their sen-es ; ehe why are the political mountebanks, now ruling Australia, permitted to play such antics? When the workers get sense enough they will no doubt deal with the politicians ; but daring the incubation of that process a great ueal of damage is being done. Barton and his colleagues vie with one another as the flunkeys of capitalism and Cbamberlainism, and the same may be said of Reid and his followers, of calico and shodd\ fame. The boga3 Labor Party are so cowardly and contemptible that i they can be moulded any way. Chamberlain has OBly to ask a favor of these traitors to Australia, and it is at once conceded. Commnndant Hutton stalks through the land with all the arrogance and impudence of bis caste, delivering speeches and ontlining Australia's military des tiny. Every capitalist concern, in clading the press, is slobbering over this mighty man of war, who so pro...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

The Socialist Press Hs» sistance Pond. i G.A.K. Is: Mrs. S.C.C, 6d ; S.C.f! , 2s ; JiH., 3s , J.O.M., 2s ; J. K., 2s ; H.K., 26 6d; RD,ls; Mrs F.H.D , Is; F.H D„ Is.; R.H., 2s; J.McD., Is, NR, Is; T.Mj, 6d ; J.S., 6d

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEPPER AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

u — ? ? ? — l PEPPER AND SALT. , i ? S 'Thbii cheers for the King.' | No, this oame not frqm potato-man | See or bogus labor member, bat | lustily from 2000 of Sydney unem pliyed, as they passed Parliament | ' House on their way to aak for work i from the Government. The D,T. I is responsible for the statement. i: What does the unemployed expect i to gain by it? Why not be men \ enough to demand work and use \ their votes for their own olass ? K' ? O— 1 Hj Is it only a coincidence that it was always the 'largest landowners Hi in the district ' who received and 1 H enteitained the Federal Senators 8 ? at eath proposed site for the capital ? ? ffome ng'y things are being said ? alvufc why Bombala is being boomed » Hi so mach. ? — 0 ? 'I H^ The outlook for labor daring the Hi coming winter is not too bright. 3- ii pr0Bp rity ' seems to be ranning H ont; bnt the Bjgus Labor crowd H will hJd to their jobs. f6 H- Sam Smith and his barraokers H ^°°'c nPon selection as ' Labor 09 H- Arbitra...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Special Appeal Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

Special Appeal Pnnd. The response to the above appeal has so far been a generous one, and the general executive expect the full sum asked for, £30, to be sub I scribed by the end of the month. Will all comrades with cards and those who pledged certain amounts forward same to general secaetary not later than Snnday next, March 2. We reqnire it all by that date, so let all do their best. Previously acknowledged, £17 1 7s. E. B., '2s ; A .F. , Is ; J.O.M , £1 ; G F., 2s ; M.N , 2s ; W.H., Is W.B., Is ; V,L , 2s Total, £19 8s.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Gentlemen, We Mast Fight!" [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

' Gentlemen, We Mast I Fight!' ? A Capitalist barracker named H| Yarwood used the above soal-stir.^K ring odhto battle, to the c~ -i oj^K nrofit-grindara and sweater;. argj^H and smail — who let theiiRt at the /qnaatmn-of Jise ? ,T« x - Union*?. Wk wmk, : ThBV :? AJH ' union' will fight, Nothing - '? has been seen in Austral j-. for'j^B long time than (his noble i i u jm they will only come mu- tne opttT^m the A.S.L. will give them alltbtH; fiiht they want. But oa .litaliah H| are too cowardly to fight li^emesH;^ — their method is to sweat mas, H': women, and children in factories and workshops owned and c -n trolled b/H : them. The working class of Ani-Hl trail a, outside the A.S.L., has yet been organised to fight on proper linrs; but this is changing. In-^H stead of the ignorant aud spineles^K gang of Job-hunters, the Socialist^®/ Labor Party shall take control audHf make the fight, inspiring the wortH| ing class to aggressive action— ilvH| j party which capitalism will find&...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNDAY MEETINGS. Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

SUNDAY MEETINGS. Feb. 23. Attend at Marx Hall at 2.30, convey platform and papers to the Domaiu meeting: Comrades Carson Riisfeld, and Klosterman. Hall Doorkeeper — J Klosterman. Bathorst Stueet. —Chair, Com rade Sloane. Papers, H Ostler Martin Plage. — Isaacs, chair. Papers, Riisleldt. March 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. I'athoest Street — Chair, D. Carson. Mabtin Place.— M, Nelson. G. Isaacs, Sec.

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

Weekly Fixtures. Saturday, Feb. 22 — Leichhardt, or. Parramatta Koad and Reuwck street. Chairman, W. A. John son. Monday, Feb. 24 — Darlinghurst. Court House Square. Chairman : S. SloaDe Tuesday, 25 — Waterloo. Botany and Redfern-sts. Tuesday, 25 — Central Branch, Wednesday, Fob. 26 — Miller's Pfc., nr. flese ve. I hair : H. Ostler. Saturday, March 1 — Balmain, opp. Unity Hall Hotel. Chair : M. Nelson Monday. Mrch 3 — Organising Corps Marx Hall Tuesday, March 4 — Waterloo Branch. Tuesday, March 4— Central Execu tive meets Wednesday, March 5— --Newtown Bridge. Chair: P. Christensen Saturday, March 8 — Garden Party, Coogee Aquarinm Monday, March 10 — George and Bay-streets (Grace Bros. ) Tuesday March 1 1— Waterloo. Bo tany-rd and Redfern-st, Tuesday, March 11 — Central Branch meets Wednesday, March 12— -Waverley Saturday, March 15 — North Syd ney. Mount and Walker-afcs Monday . 17— Organising CorpB. . Tuesday, 18— Waterloo Branoh ,, „ Central Executive Wednesday 13 — Newtown Bridge S...

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

Thf People readers are fied that their papers are neY*^R posted later than Friday, urfSP should be delivered by first niiiHi on Saturday, except in very remofc^W districts. Sydney and subnrbi^^W and Newcastle readers should port late delivery to the local master in tbe first ca9e, and — if the matter is not remedied^^B1 to the Deputy Postmaster-Genenl^B ? ? ? ? ? ? ? * Printed and published for til^K proprietors by James Moroney, at 16 George-stteet^K west, Sydney. dHf

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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 1 March 1902

Tou may resolute till the cowb oome home. Tou may petition till our heads are gray, aye till our hair falls out and leaves na with shining scalps. Yoa may strike and boy cott until you are all starved to death and laid away nnder the sod, but until you learn to strike at the billot box yon wfll go down in ig nominious defeat. — Bret Hartb.

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The Annual Conference [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902

The Annual Conference ? * ? Will be held at headquarters on Thursday evening, March 27, 1902, beginning at 8 p.m., and sitting till business paper is finished. The agend is now in the hands, of the branches, and they are notified that the names of the delegates must be in the hands of the General Secre tarv seven days before date ot con ference. The business paper contains some of the most important questions yet considered by (he League, and the result will have a big influence on the future of the movement, and requires the serious and thoughtful consideration of every member.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902

General Executive. ? ?— ? ? ? v The committee met on Friday night of last week. Present: Com rades Thomson, Batho, Carson, Drake, Proud, Holland, Isaacs, Sec. Moroney and Treas. Clarke ; D. Carson in the chair. Correspondence from Richmond River was read and accounts passed for payment. The weekly and month *y state ments of The People and printery business were recived and adopted, as also the Press Committee's re port ; other routine business being disposed of, and the meeting ad journed.

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

Publishing Committee. ? ♦ ? On Thursday night \»at a good attendance of members enabled the duties attached to the despatching of the paper to be done in good time. AH the usual attendants were pre sent. To those who have not been doing active work, now is the op portunity for them to do a little training in order to get in condition for future graft.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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