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Special Organising Corps. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Special Organising -3orps. A special meeting of the mem bers was held on Monday night, Comrade Hairs in the chair. The arrangements for carrying out meet ings to the end of March were made by appointing chairmen and speakers. It was deoided to hold the hrst annual picnic on Easter Monday at Long Bay. A dance to be held in Marx Ball in the evening. The financial statement re The People and printing business for February was read, aud showed highly satisfactory progress. Other routine business having been carried out the meeting adjourned.
A Newcastle Contrast. BAILEY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
ft Newcastle Contrast. ? ? ? Bailey Case. Fireman Deputy dismissed for reporting gas — Mines Department tried defeat its own case Charges proved — No lives lost, — Mauage ment fined £120. Labor Members looking on. Burwood Explosion. Three lives lost, — Inquest — 'Ver- dict of negligence against manage ment. No inquiry — Prosecutions — Officials fined ia aggregate £24. Value of miner's life £8 Value of average pib howe, £15. Labor Members still looking on !
Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Gentral Branch. w ? ' This branch met on Tuesday, '. . ? - Feb.. 25, withOcnradaKlostermann in the chair, 21 members being pre 19 it. Two members were duly elected. ~ A committee of threi was ap pointed to wait upon members in i arrears. Comrade Canon was elected as assistant librarian. Resolved that a inmmoned meet ing be held that night fortnight — Tuesday, March 11. The meeting then adjourned. F. H. Dbjlkx, Soo
Definitions. GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Definitions. GOVERNMENT. A. Capitalist Committee with power to add — B. L. P. leaders and other ' suitable persoos.' THE PDBLIC INTEREST. The interest of the Capitalists, who actually own tho country and vir tually own the people. SOI/IDAIUTT. Equal parts of Hitth and Low Tariffismand Jobism dissolved in a sufficient quantity of Capitalism; adding a small quantum of oold waterism and mngle-taxism, fla vored to taste with pseudo- Social- ism. This is, asserted to be a sovereign remedy for all indus trial and social ills.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
£*-m « _-H^ FHBB INSURANCE POLIOBjl V |l All ll d '??#? 7CJ will cover your life for £loa again* I ^Ilt*|Ul-llU & s^gL'sSiS'ttJ uranoe Co, Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all olaimi retulting from BUBONIC I PLaGUE,. By purchasing your clothing from us, you will get this boon titti ? charge together with the beBt made and FlTrnca garment in and out of thiidu. I triot. We substantiate what we nay by refunding your money if we failto pletn ? you. We understand our business, and that is why we speak plain. ? Ladiei' Costumes from £1— the ideal of grace and beauty. This line othen ? can't approach. ' , , ? Gents' Suits. £1. For style, fit, and finish, they exuel. OtherB have tried to ? imitate, but so far without success. ^ ^ SHEpHARD I Near A.J.S. Bank. ? M7a and 874 Hunter St.. Newea tie Weit, M WHAT PEOPLE SAT : ? — *. I CHARLESTON'S '^STSMfiH Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful io x 12 Opall ? only I2IS ? I OFFICIAL. I AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST I LEAGUE. I Headquarters : I M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
THE PEOPLE, Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism. Published erery Saturday Mornlnp »t 16 GEORGis ST. WEST SYDNEY. ' ? SUBBORIPTION. New South Walei. jne Tear (in advance) .. 4a. One Quarter .. .. Is. Slnglp Copy ... .. Id; Other Colonies— Is 6d per quarter, 6s per year. England, Aruerlo*. and other conattles. 6s»ej . ar, ADVBBTISBMBNIS. ngle Insertion— First xnoh, 2s 6d ; eacb pchse quest Inch, Is6d, Special arrangements for standing oontraots All Literary commuhicationa to be addressed ' The Editor.' einess Communications only must be addressed ' J. O. Moroney, Gen. Sec.A.S.L., 'The People' Office, 16 George-atreet Wesfc, Sydney. W. ' HOFF, TAILOR, 71 Bathurst-street, Sydney. Suits Made to Order from £3 3s. Trousers, from 15s. Gents' own material made up from 30s Best Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. ' CL.EAN MEALS For the Workers AT PAFK STREET CAFE 13 Park Street, City FLANAGAN AND McNALLT, PROPRIETORS. TBUST MONEYS to lend — on Beal or Per»onal Security, JAMES DART, Solicitor, &a...
DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
'' DOMAIN. Comrades F. H. Drake (chair), . Holland and Moroney held an un usually large audience deeply in terested on Sunday afternoon, while Comrades Rlostermann, Rusfeldt, Smith and Isaacs carried out the detail work of the meeting. The People sales were good.
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Kev Note. Knowledge is the antidote to fear — knowledge, use and reason — with its higher aids. The child ia as much in danger from a staircase, or the fire-grate, or a bath-tub, or a cat, as the soldier from a cannon or an ambush. Each surmounts the fear as fast as he precisely under stands the peril, and learns the means of resistance. Each is liable to panic, which is, exaotly. the terror of ignorarce surrendered to the imagination. Knowledge is the enconrager, know leuge that takes fear oat of the heart — knowledge and nse, which is knowledge in practice. They can conquer who believe they can. — Emerson. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers
BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
BALMAIN. The monthly meeting was held at Balmain on Saturday night, when Comrades Nelson (chair), Drake, and Batbo (speakero), Me Dermott, Rusfeldt, Clarke and Isaacs put in an appearance. The audi ence was a large and attentive one throughout, many old familiar faces being noticed, pointing to the fact tihat Socialism has an attraction for \ those who seriously think over the existing social and industrial con ditions.
The Proposed Iron and Steel Trust. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Tbe Proposed Iron and Steel Trust. Australia has imported up ? to the present the bnlk of its iron and steel materials, though experts state that the taw material exists in this country, but the market is too restricted to induce the investment of tho enormous capital necessary for its development. Capital is bold and enterprising ; without it we could not Uvp, of course. Bat it has been vary timid in connection with the iron busi ness. The People sounded the alarm when the last job was at tempted in this direction, and helped to block it. With the whole of Australia for a market under Federation, a greater opportunity now present! itself, henoe another proposed com pany with an alleged capital of £1,000,000 purpose starting opera tions on the banks of the Parra matta River in this State, but the r want ' enconragement.' A bonuR, high tariff, and a guarantee from State Governments, that all the steel rails required for the railways required for a term of years shall be given them to...
The Pick and Pit Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
(The Pick and Pit Lamp. »;? -. ? ij On February 21st, a card waB placed into the hands of the writer Kviting coal miners to attend at He Congregational Oimroh, Brown Ereet, to hearken to a discourse on He above subject, by the Rev. Eoyal L; Wirt, M.D. ?. Cnrioua to hear what tne rev. pntleman had to say in reference 6 pioks and pit lamps, a number of friers (including the writer) at ?nded. After giving a good ex flanation as to the origin of ooal, Bid a very poor one as to how it las mined, he said he did not be pndge the miner his eight hoars' fcork, eight hours' recreation, and Eght hoars' sleep. He thought the Liner was quite entitled to his Eight hoars of leisure for selfim povement, but objected to the Irorker spending his time in drink— pg and gambling. Society had a fight to put a stop to this, and he Inrald advocate introducing legisla tion that would ootupel them to pork more than eight hours. ||lt is quite evident that the Rev. Wirt is a true disoiple of the Mighty capital...
Capitalism's Colored Friends. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Capitalism's eolored Friends. ? ? ? The long-expected Hindoo trades men for the C.S.R. Co.'s mill arrived here last week, and were cordially welcomed by the manager of the mill and conducted by that gentle.. man to the speoial quarters erected for them. They were somewhat disappointed at not having a mos quito room, but it is said that one ? will be immediately built for them. The following notice was posted 'on the blackboard in the mill in the form of a rhyme : Let it be known to everyone, Jack, Harry, Bill, and Jones, That all Parsees are gentlemen In blood and flesh and bones. Tis true of every one of them, / Though black his skin may glister; So raise your hat in reverence. And humbly call him Mister. As they are auoh refine'd men Their wages are far bigger, You must not therefore ipeak of them As Coolie or u jNigger ; For they are sent to Rarawai, So to apeak, by Heaven— And likely raise our dividends From to 10 per cent, to 11. So please take kindly to these men, For understa...
SUNDAY MEETINGS. March 9 [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
SUNDAY MEETINGS. March 9 Attend at Marx Hall at 2.30, convey platform and papers to the Domain meeting : Comrades Nelson Dade and McDermott. Hall Doorkeeper— A. Riisfeldt Domain. -Chair, G. Isaacs Bathurst Stkbet. -Chair, Com rade Nelson Martin Place. — Ost/er, chair. March 2. Attend at. Marx Hall, convey platform &o. to the Domain meet in g\ Comrade? Eloper mat). Riis fe'dt, and Johns -n. Hall Doorkeeper — T-. Carson. Domain.— Ohair, M. Nelson Bathdbst Street — Chair, S. Clark. Martin Place.— P. Chrintenseti. G. Isaacs, Sec.
MILLER'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
MILLER'S POINT. The metropolitan area for propa ganda was extended on Wednesday night, when Comrades Ostler(chair), Isaacs, Morrish, and Neill attended at the above locality. The audience was not a large one at any period of the meeting, but was an attentive one. This centre is a strictly working-class one, also a very apa iiueuiu uiio, ueijce ig iB.sn onuBnai oc '.????? cnrreDCe to see a large^pnster at any ^~:TtaeeHrog unless held under very ex : ;: oeptional circumstances. Perhaps, owing to it beine a Labor oonsti tnenoy, the workers are willing to let their representative do the thinking and acting for them. But a continuous Socialist propaganda will surely if slowly lead to more life being put into Miller's Point. Anyhow, let us hope so.
Weekly Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Weekly Fixtures. Saturday, Feb. 22— Leiohhardt, or. Parramatta Koad and Reu wick- street. Chairman, W. A. John son. Monday, Feb. 24 — DarlinKhurst. Court House Square. Chairman : S. Sloane Tuesday, 25 — Waterloo. Botany and Redfern-sts. Tuesday, 25 — Central Branoh. Wednesday, Feb. 26— Miller's Pt., nr. Reserve. Uhair: H. Ostler. Saturday, March 1 — Balmain, opp. Unity Hall Hotel. Chair : M. Nelson Monday. Mrcta 3 — Organising Oorps Marx Hall Tuesday, March 4 — Waterloo Branch. Tuesday, March 4 — Central Execu tive meets Wednesday, March 5 — Newtewn Bridge. Chair: P. ChriBtenseu Saturday, March 8 — Garden Party, Coogee Aquarium Monday, March 10 — George and Bay-streets (Grace Bros. ) Tuesday March 11 — Waterloo. Bo tany-rd and Redfcrn-st. Tnesday, March 11 — Central . . Branch meets ? Wednesday, March 12— Waverley Saturday, March 15 — North Syd ney. Mount and Walker-sts Monday 17 — Organising Corps. Tuesday, 18 — Waterloo Branch ,, „ Central Exeontive Wednesday 13 — Newtown Bridge S...
MEETINGS: MARX HALL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
meetings: MARX HALL. The hall on Sunday night last was comfortably filled, the occa sion being the monthly concert The andience agreed with the ohairman that the concert was ahead of the usual, and were load in their appreciation of the various items presented. The following ladies and gentlemen contributed : - Krs. Kneeshaw, Misses Hoflr, Jen ?en, Orloviob, King, Wheatly, - Sheard, McDermott, Messrs. Rick, Share, Andrews, and Connors. Mr. Burgess kindly officiated as accompanist. The Central Branch desires to thank all those who took part. Comrade Neill had charge of the lectnrette, and in a short nest speech stated the Socialist position. He said one reason why the workers were in their present posi tion was because they had failed to realise the class struggle that was convulsing society to-day. The ohange advocated by Socialists was not mere reform bat total revolu tion — an intellectual revolution. - Before there could be any economic ohange there must first be a change in the ...