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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
THE PARIS COMMUNE 1 871. The Anniversary of the above heroic epoch of working-class history will be celebrated by the A.S L., on SUNDAY EVENING, March 16, at Marx Hall. Addresses by A. THOMSON J. 0. MORONEY Short Musical Programme Let every Socialist be there,
BEHIND THE SCENES. THE SLUMS OF SYDNEY "WORSE THAN WHITECHAPEL." [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
IBBHIND THE SCENES. B . . ? I THE SLUM8 OF SYDNEY | 'WORSE THAN WHITE I CHAPEL.' I ? | Last week a peep behind pthe scenes of Sydr.ey's boasted Igrandenr brought to light some |of the most awful conditions under Iwbch it was possible to imagine Bhnman beings conld exist In Knocking contrast to the rich pala Ktial officps, warehonaes, and re Bfiidencea of the wealthy idlers »as viewed the dilapidated hovels ind insanitary Burronndings wherein ;he poorer of the wealth-prodnoing jlflss are compelled to vegetate. For years — nay decades — have these conditions existed, and time after time have' the Socialists en deavored to direct the attention of the apathetic citizens of thi* State to the great responsibility that rested upon the shoulders of every adnlt individual in the com munity. Bu- it availed little. The working-class were too mnch con cerned about the interest of the capitalist, clasp, and adopted the ' let alone ' policy of the prepent day owners of the means of life. ; THE ' ...
WAGE-LABOR AND CAPITAL. WHAT ARE WAGES AND HOW ARE THEY DETERMINED.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
WAGE'LABOR AND eAPITAL. By Karl Mari. WHAT ABK WAGES AKD HOW ABE THEY DETERMINED. — CONTINUED. Before gointr more closely into the relations between rapital and wage-work, it will be well to give a brief survey of those general rela tions which are taken into consider ation in determining the amount of wages. As we have seen, wages are the price of a certain commodity — labor. Wages are thus determined by the same law which regulates the price of any other commodity. By what means is the price of a commodity determined?, By means of competition between buyers and sellers, and the relation between supply and demand — offer and desire And this competition by which the price of an article is fixed is three-fold. The eame commodity is offered in the market by various sellers. Whoever offers the greatest advan tage to purchasers is certain to drive the other sellers off the field and secure for himself the greatest sale. The sellers, therefore, fight for the sale and the market among the...
"BE THRIFTY." [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
'BE THRIFTY.' 1 he apologists of the Capitalist system advise the working class to be more thrifty eat less costly food, live in cheaper houses, don't drink, or go to the theatre, or have any amusement whatever. Don't waste money on books or news papes, make your own clothes, mend yonr own boots, etc ; put the money in the bank, and you will be well off: some day per ha b — a capitalist yourself. Joyful prospeot ! One of the favorite arguments and illustiations of the prosperity of the working claps, are the Savings Bank records and averages — an exploded theory long ago; bat it has been hashed up once more, and ' Ontis ' in the Telegraph gets home on the hoary fraud as follows : What a man Baves does not depend on what he gets at all. It is a well known fact that some men will save more out of one pound than others out of ten. And the more miserably the man lives the more he putB by. The Savings Bank is an economic grind stone, on which the lives of the workers are cruelly fretted ...
SOCIALISTS AND COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
SOd A! ISTS AND COMPUL I SORY ARBITRATION. Those who fight for principle never lose, though for the time being the thoughtless may think so. The politician's game is to sneer at rigid adherence to any determined stand made for a great truth, whilst admitting it may be theoretically perfect and ethically jut-t, but urg ing that it is too far off a consum mation to be practical!/ realised in our time. Therefore, take what the gods of Capital are willing to con cede — the rHst will come by-and-bye. Besides, it is a mista'-e to stand out against overwhelming odds. Go with the crowd; look after your self: don't worry ; the days of un compromising fighting are as dead as the alleg. d ' days of chivalry.' Such are some of the arguments hurled (the term is used advisedly) at the Socialists for their unflinch ing attitude against every side tracking measure and bogoa 'labor reformt' The s&&&$L'Fm People Btand aJo^&n^Sttiil? in inflexible opposition to the Com ...
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Waterloo 3ranch. A very successful meeting- was held at the corner of Botany-road and Redfern-street, Tnesday week last. Comrades Holland and Isaacs were the speakers. Owing to the secretary's report being mislaid we are unable to publish it this week ; which will, however, be attended to in our next issue. Members are requested to attend meeting, corner Raglan -street and Botany-road, next Tuesday night.
PEPPER AND SALT [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
PEPPER AND SALT A. writer ic a cap italist jonm sayB : ' Praying for rain is pr&yio for money.' Of course. Tha* why the parsons were allowed day out last week, aud the iea» the sweaters and grinders of Labo went to church and humiliated. — o — - Hi | Potato-man See was 'gretllKjj1 impressed ' by the humiliation aSf' prayer of the populace. RathBf' Rain means profits ; eh, John ? ^B1 — o — K- Has the time been extended I^M1 registering under* the Arbitrates!* Act for nominating the 'La^Bl- arbitrator,' to enable Sam Soi^RI to round up his votes ? Lookst^fe it. After 2000 year* of hniK| progress and development, S^K1 Smith is to speak for Labor ! It^K a sign of degeneration P ^M'-~ . Workers and trades-unionisti^B again reminded thai, Sam Si^K boasted last week that the Seam^B; Union has over £7000 in the bi^B bat forgot to mention that he t^B' good care not one farthing ti^R/ went to help the sweated woi^Bf and girls of the Tailoresses' Ui^B when fighting their battle. I^B Pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
WflTSH THIS! Subaoribers are specially notified that a BLUE MARE through this para graph signifies that thair 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 far.
SAIMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
^mmmh. -^Waieet Sm,oH»rmsnyVB htajMrij fa on a starring tour in America, a la the Joke o' York, and has 'been feasted by 100 millionaires and 1000 editors. Republican America ! Triumphant Capitalism and Im perialism, rather, which is trying to build up a fortress of force, to attempt the impossible feat of pre venting the victorious onward march of the militant Socialist army of the U.S.A. . But they won't suc ceed. ' South Africa Day ' last Satnr day was a typical capitalist festival for those who did the fightin-? in Boerland. The men had to find their own tucker, whilst Reid, See and Co gorged and skited over the usual ' official lunch ' — tbe hungry men outside veiling, ' What about our pay P' Yes ; what about it ? The Hompulsory Arbitration 'Not is the champion legal puzzle. The more it is examined and analysed the greater the confusion and mud dle it becomes. Wise doesn't under stand it, aK he and his 'suite' give conflicting interpretations. Wba*i is certain, though, is that ...
Special Appeal Fond. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
Special Appeal Fund. The response to the above a peal has so far been a generous one, and the general executive expect the full snm asked for, £30, to be sub scribed by the end of tire month. Will all comrades with cards and those who pledged certain amounts forward same to general secaetary not later than Sunday next, March 2. We require it all by that date, so let all do their best. Previously acknowledged, £19 8s. R.D. 10s, J.M'D 5a, C.J. 5b. A.B. 5s, W.R. Is, J.H Is, per GK. 16s, D.O. 2s, S.C.C. 5s, Mrs. S.C.C. 2s 6d, J.S. 2s 6d. H.W. Is, B.R. Is, W.J. Is, W.H. is, K.O. Is, J.S Is, Miss M W. 5s, F.H. 5s, R.M. Is, Friend fid, Symp. 6d J.M. 3d, F B. 5s, H.V 2s, Miss V. Is. Total, £23 14s 3d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGTJK. Notice to Members. The Ballot of the League taken by the General Executive has re sulted in favor of the 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 Branoh secretaries, dating from Fen. 1, who shall forward returns to the undersigned. 3 as. O. Mobonbt, Gen. Sec.
"The People" SUBS. RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
' The People' Sobs. Received. Redfern— M.S. Is, W.P. Is, W.W. Is ; Camperdown — J.R. Is, 0.0. Is ; Erskineville — Mr. M. Is, -M. Is '. Darlington, J.M'G. 4s; Paddington, A.V. 2s ; Strathfield, Miss F. Is ; N. Sydney, G. W Is ; City, O.M. 2s; Newtown. S.B. Is; Woolloomooloo, R. B. 2s; Rozelle, H.T. A. Is; Rmma ville, W.J C. 1b ; Tiutenbar, D.A. 2s; Warialda, J. U. 2s.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
The Socialist Press Hs» sistance Fund. C.n. 2s, R.D. ls.Mts.SC.C. 6d, S.C.C. 1b fid, N.R. Is, Miss V. Is, T.C. Is, H.O. la, H.K 2s 6d. J.O.M. 2s, J.H. 2a, Mrs. P.H.D. Is, PH.D. 1b, H.K 2h, J.S. 6d, J.K. 2s, G. A K. 2s, A.T. 3a, L H. Is, H.A.H. 2s 6d.
COMMUNITY OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — People — 8 March 1902
COMMUNITY OF IN' TEREST. Tn the Worker of 22nd ult. there is a leader on ' The Coming De pression : Can it be Averted,' in whioh the writer states that these periodical depressions first made their appearance after the introduc tion of labor-saving machinery, which machinery he admits to be mainly ' wage-saving ; ' he further acknowledges that the immediate cause of the phenomenon is the low purchasing power of the working class, that is to say, the low wages of the wealth-producing class. Now one would have expected that a person posing as a teacher of the working class, in trying to answer the question- 'Can it be averted,' would have tried at least to give his readers some idea of the basic cause of the misery, starva tion, and worklessness they are suffering and will continue to suffer from. But not the slightest refer ence is made to it. ' The reason is, either that he does not know it — in which case what a capable working class teacher he is ! — or he does know it, but is del...
Weekly Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — People — 15 March 1902
Weekly Fixtures. Saturday, Feb. 22— Leiohhardt, cr. Parramatta Koad and Reuwiok street. Chairman, W. A. John son. Monday, Feb. 24 — Darlinghurst. Court House Square. Chairman : S. Sloane Tuesday, 25— Waterloo. Botany and Eedfern-sts. Tuesday, 25 — Central Branch. Wednesday, Fab. 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 — Waterloo Branch. Tuesday, March 4— Central Execu te meets Wednesday, March 5 — Newtewn Bridge. Chair: P. Christensen Saturday, March 8 — Garden Party, Coogee Aquarium Monday, March 10 — George and Bay-streets (Grace Bros. ) Tuesday March U— Waterloo. Bo tany-rd and Bedfern-st, Tuesday, March 11 — Central Branch meets '' Wednesday, Maroh 12— Waverley Saturday, March 15— North Syd ney. M.ount and Walker-sts Monday 17 — Organising Corps. Tuesday, 18— Waterloo Branch „ ' „ Central Executive Wednesday 13 — Newtown Bridge Saturday, 22...
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 15 March 1902
An injustice ii being done in the case of a number of laborers work ing at the La Perouse Cemetery, if we are correctly informed. An ex Minister of the Grown, Francis Abigail, is in charge of the*n. In this instance the ' day-labor sys tem,' we emphatically assert, is not getting fair play TheBe social relations upon which the producers mutually enter, the terms upon which they exchange their energies and take their share in the collective act of production, will of couroe differ according to the character of che means of pro duction. With the invention of firearms as implements of warfare, the whole organisation of tha army was of necessity altered ; and with the alteration in the relations through which individuals form an army, and are enabled to work to gether as an army, there was a simultaneous alteration in the rela tions of armies to one another.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 15 March 1902
£jl ^. ^W-^-mm.JM~ FBEE NSUBANCE POLICIES mllO1IIICl1*ll V willcorer your life for filoa aeaimt ^MMH^WJULCW-l. 1M. -9 deith or pay Ll per week for disable MT ment. TJe Colonial Mutual Fire In urance Co , Ltd., Sydney, hare agreed to pay all claims retulting from BUBONIC PLAGUE,. By purchasing your clothing from m, you will get this boon free of oharge together with the beat mask and fitxikO garment in and out of this dii. I trict. We substantiate what we lay by refunding your money if we failto pleaie you. We understand our business, and that is why we speak plain. Ladies' Costumes from £i — the ideal of grace and beauty. This line others can't approach. Gents' Suits. £1, For style, fit, and finish, they excel. Othera have tried to imitate, but so far without success. J. B. SHEPHABD, Near A.J.S. Bank. ? 37a and 874 Hunter St., Newca tie West. WHAT PEOPLE SAT : ? — . CHARLESTON'S '''SJSSSSiH Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful io x 12 Opal I ? only 12/6 ? OFFICIAL.. ? ♦ ? AUSTRA...