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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

Key Note. 1 Wisdom stands ..outside of njan and urges itself upon him, like, the marks of. the changing ee& pons, before it finds a home' within him, directs his actions, and from the precious effects of I obedience begets a corresponding j love.- Gkobgb Eliot. ft/ THE PEOPLE ? v vgorjtdjifar t^' Warid's Wo«forfJ

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

INDU STJjJIAXi NOTES ICaori'and Government ii spending £20.000 in iiiorcasini the wages of nil w.y wcrkeri N.S.W. Bailway Commiasionera are giv ing MO.OOO per annum inoiesses to wages Tbs minimaim of tram eondno* tors' pay is raised from 6s to Is 0d per day. — V— In view of the booming by capitalist poliiieians and trades union ofloials ia N.S.W. of forced o-ooilisfa'on and arbi tration, the following makes interesting reading : Differences between the. mice-own eri and the miners of tbe Collie Fields, W A , ?? to remnoentian hare arrived at an acute »??». It was Mated thai a look out was threatened. It was pointe ' ont that the wsrld over oeal miners wen be ing paid much better than -18 monlhi ago, and that theOoUie Held miner* had a claim to proportionate adVaacse. In oonseqnenoe the proprietor* were asked to mast representatives of the men in eonferenoe b discuss the sitnation. The reply was to the e fleet that ihe owners bad for sosae time recogoised thenecee satf of a general a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING ELECTIONS ITEMS. LET THE WORKING CLASS DIGEST THEM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

IRTBRBSTiNG ? BLBO* TieiTITBMS. LET THE WOBKING CLAS8 DIGEST THEM. Nora this assortment of Frauds and Freaks : 'The But Sydney Federal Labor Leaifftoe beld a tneetiuff last night. Mr. JEJ. Hiley, president 0 i the Politioal Labor League, was in the chair, and introduced Messrs. D Fealey, D. Maodonnell (general secretary of the Austra lian Workers Union, and a selected candidate far the Senate), Dr. Zillmanni - and Arthnr Bae.' —D.T, 25/1/1901. Then this : — / ' A special meeting of the executive council of the Demo oratio League was held on Tues day night, Jfr John Haynes, M.L. A., in the chair. Mr. 8. A. Bosa reported that sinoe he had been in the field as a oandidate for the Federal Senate, his candidature had beea ananimoualy endorsed' by four organisations. Mr.,Qoddi nott proposed and Mr. Rosa seconded, ? That i » oommittee be appointed to draw up a Federal manifesto.' This was disoossed »#y Messrs. Haynes, Benshaw, Bull, Banks, Hnie, and the Rev. Dr. Zillimann, and carried .'—5...

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 class struggle is a struggle between those who have and those who have not ; a struggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strugg e between those who take and those who make; a struggle between those -who exploit aad those whu resist exploitation ; a straggle be f-.wMn the canitalist class, which must coptinue to exploit in o. der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working class, wbioh must put* an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the

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

INOTHBR IiAND8. ??v. ? - -v-y ?- -r. ? ? that the Bosaian Government has aome to th-»;..dedlidn- to bring tm der Govemment ooatrol all the , ^ aoal mints in the laipire. thS Ministers of l Finance, and of the fct«rior ^verbsen entamsted with the task of diutiuif,' the details of the plan, aad it ii intended to eom psosata ths present mine-owners, 0 but at a minimnm valnation. ':f$ At tifei jhliifelltit on DeoeftilxW 11th, - ~!:M Lader ot tie Soeishst8,Naffina«d': ' / bis belief in the importsuee of its treatmaut 'of Mr. Kroger, and ' stigmatised the manner in which . .MM the English ware oarrying on the '? war, ia the Transvaal as btobspmp 1 / and deserving of condemaatiqa,;), | ''r|| J Sinoe 1897 the Socialist move ment in Bervia, whioh has been _ *'j dmoniated by the reactionary w Ternment, has suffered * an ?djpssi.? Th®:- 8ocia)ist«-of'9el- ' :\$f% grave, however, a-e now making , a vigorous effort to ihfase freeh . ,''f lifis inte the morement, mid a mw Soeialist organ, ' Forwa...

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 SOGIflLISM IS. The ethios of Socialism are identical with the ethics of Christianity. — En ot I clopaedia Brittanica. I The abolition of that individual action | on whio i modern societies depend, and I the sabstitution of a regulated system of . co-operative action.— Imperial Diction- 1 ary. A theory of society that advocate: a more precise, orderly, and harmonious : arrangement of the sooial relations of j mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A ooience of reconstructing sooiety on an_ entirely new basis by substituting the principle of association for that of com Setition in every branch of human in us try — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or systen of local organi sation whioh wonld abolish entirely or in ' great put the individual effort and . competition on whioh modern society , rest* and substitute oo-operation i would | introduce a more perfect an-i equal dis- ' tribution of the prodnets of labor, and i would make land and capital, as the in- { s...

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

HASBT 87KGQA * CO, TSie oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle The Flsoe where yoa get Qoed Va oe for your The Boer women and children ' osptortd ' by the ' brave ' Ec^iih an kept on short radons so that their snffssiap mar wark on their eoos aad hnSbaads a»S midniM them to stop flghtoag for natiseal liberty. To their oredi^,bettss(d, .they prefer to snffcr rsther than to ses their ooontry stolen from theis* . ':--- HAART 8TEGGA ft CO, The oldeet Olethins Store in ITewcastls Ths Place where you gat Geed Valne tor your Mtasy« , ♦ )' 1 . .0-' i ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. OFFICES: KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, MARKET 4 YORK-STS, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. OFFICES : KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, MABKET & YOBK-STS , SYDNEY. ' Subscriptions i Hales, 6d per week i Females. 3d. You can become a member at any time by sending four weeks subscription with your name and address to the iSecretary at the above offioe*. Com-adas a riving from other part* of the world can become members tree of oharge b- presenting their credentials nntil such time that they obtain em ployment. The above Club held its first general meeting for the year when election of offices for the ensuing 12 months took place with the following result : — For President, Dierks ; Vice President, Yoss ; Secretary, Johnstone ; Assistant-secretary, Turner ; Treasurer, Lolato ; Archivist, Bruchert ; Committe, Delmestre, Haugh, and Van Draght. On Saturday, February 9, the Club will hold a social gathering at Marx Hall, to which all or ganised Socialists are to be in vited. This will be one of the events of the year, and should have a good effect on the m...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. SOME EVERY-DAY FACTS (Compiled by DELTA.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 February 1901

IN DIGNITY OF LABOB. SOME EVERT-DAT PACTS (Compiled by DELTA.) . The worker, who is the only producer of wealth, has to risk life and limb, has to live .on the coarsest farev and when he is killed or maimed those depend ing on him are at once deprived of the means of life. The capital ist who owns and enjoys the wealth that the workers create risks nbthincr. dop.H nn wnrlr and lives in the utmost luxury. Think , of this, ye slaves of toil, and down with the robber crew. Edward Burden, a coal lumper, . living at Argyle Lane, was crushed, between some trucks while working on a coal hulk at ! Garden Island on Thnrsday. He j was admitted to Sydney Hospital { suffering from the effects of several fractured ribs and other ! injuries. As nothing is said about the trucks, we may,I-think, fairly persnme that they havei sustained no material damage. : A man named John Finn resid ing at Duke-street, Woolloomoo- j loo, was taken to the Sydney i Hospital by the Civil Ambulance j Brigade. He was ...

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

HABBY 8TEQOA and 00. for . Dungaree Trousers ( est American) - . Moleskin Trou*er* Working Shirts and Flannel* . ,,

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

PLAIN WORDS. In a George-street cycle shop there is a picture of an ugly bulldog sitting on a Union Jack. Underneath is the legend, ' What we have we'll hold.' They might have added, ' And what we haven't, we're after.' Irishman Healy, speaking in the House of Commons, advised the Chamberlain crowd to put out the signboard, ' John Bull and Company, Thieves.' People on the scene are not so ' patriotic ' as are our Aus tralian ' loyalists,' so for a regi ment of heroes being enrolled at Durban it is found necessary to get recruits in Australia and give them free passages. The 'Bulletin' 'denies that we have been celebrating the birth of the Australian Com nonwealth. Our so-called national celebra tions have been prostituted to a Jingo military carnival, glorifica tory of one of the most venal and ignoble wars of the dead century.' True, but the ' Bulle tin ' shouldn't sing out. The ' Bulletin ' whooped up for all they were worth for the gang responsible for the jingoism, crying throug...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

A.S.L. Headquarters : '4BXHALL »1 OA8TLBRBA.GH-BTPMT 8TDNBY. NJ9.W. OBJMTS. 'Hie e*tabltahm-nt ot % Oooperatlv»;Commoa foaodtd on the oolUottve ownership o na and and the tools ot srodnetloo. MBTE0D8. ' Tbe Industrial and political organisation ot tbe workers, the holding of lestiurea. th* distribution Ot literature, and Ihe eleotlom ot Socialists to all pablio bodies. Municipal Connolli. |aad Parlia ment. KBKBIR8BIP. Ho peraon shall t» eligible tor membership In tay branch of this Lsagne who ia a aember 0. aay other political organisation. Persona deal a oos ot joining ahall be slnwn thia rale, in or that thsjr may pledge tbemaelvoa thereto. N.8.W. QKNBBAL ?XKOUTIVK OHAB. 1 L BABL'W Hon. Oen 0. ^ CALL FOE WORKERS Tbe Sooialist Labor Party demands assistance from all who be'ieve -n So cialism and desire to have an effective fight mads by the Socialist League's Partf. We want Workers to arrange meetings where they are likely to do good in their districts* Can yon arrange a meeting in...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PROSPERITY" ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

'PROSPERITY' ITEMS (From thb DailtPbess.) ' Five children named Marshall have been arrested by the police at Gundagai, charged with living with people baving no lawful visi ble means of support. The ohil dren, whose ages vary from 11 years to 15 months, walked from Hnrstville to Gnndagai, 300 miles in company with their father and mother, the latter looking for work. The children were almost starving, and the mother was in a hai-demented condition. The children . were alive with vermin. The Bench ordered them to be committed to the care of the State Children's Belief I'oard. The father «-ays he is unable to provide for them. ' Five ponnds given for perma nent billet, not afraid of work, light employment, good home, do anything, good references. Apply M.W., Herald office.' — o - Oondoblin, Wednesday. — The ooal unemployed, when applying for work to day on the weir which is to be constructed at Booberoi, were very much disappointed when told that their services would not be required, ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. SOME EVERY-DAY FACTS [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

THB DIGNITY OF LABOR. SOME EVERY-DAY FACTS (Compiled by DELTA.) The worker, as a'l ee'monrsts agree, p oduces all the Wmith of of the VVo- d, and in doing so has to face death or disablement in every fo m. As a reward he is given by his capitalist masters about one third of what he pro duces. The capita'ist keeping well out of the liae of fire, coolly appropriates the ether two-thirda — less a trifle in the form of taxa tion. The capitalist class eall thia a fair deal, and in this contention they a e backed up at the present time by a la-ge maj iri'? of the workers. We -ocialifts, on the contrary, are so thoroughly oon vinoed of the utter unfairness of the deal, that we, in common with million* of Socialists alt over the world, have pledged ourse'vJS to ifffct a complete verthrow of the entire systwn. We recognise th .t-' thia can only be done by the help of the worker whom we are slowly, it may be, bnt surely, winning over. A terrible fatal k accident hap pened at Batlo . A young m...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

I FREMCS AND FR ADDS. McMillan at th) Paddin^ton J Town Hall : ' it necessary to 1 sav that I am still a Freetrader ? ' 'I'hb Pzoplk repies : ?? N'ot at all.' The very nature of his fleecing business explains that. Every man acts in acco-danee with bin msteriil interests. There are ex ceptions, but they are not generally found among the olass Sweate* McMillan belongs to. — 0— — The P.L L. consists sow of those who are out and would be in Parliament, and those who are in and intend to hang on at any price. Fhis is how they agre*. The Outa sent this message along : .' I hat the Executive urges upon the Parliamentary Kabor Party (i) ' To refuse to pass' the. Appro pria. tiou Bill until the Arbitration Bill has been passed into law ; (2) to withdraw support from the Gove n ment unless tbey definitely pledge themselves to make the Abolition of the Legislative Council a fore most plank in their platform.' Bat the ' Ini ' didn't da it, an ) the ' Outs ' plaintively cry, ' To this no reply ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tobacco Workers. AND THE O'SULLIVAN TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

The Tobacco Workers. AND THB O'SULLIVAN TKSl'l- I MON1AL, Following is the resolution carried by the Tobacco Workers Union, and read at laat meeting of Sydney Labor Counci : Th t this u ion supports the Day Labor system, and desires its extension in every Government department as a permanent principle, due we protest ana condemn the ae ion of the Council in giving its patronage and support to th* pr. posed testimonial to Mr, 8, W. Ov ul iivan, Miuister for Works, and the methods adopted in collecting subscrip tions from the workers for that purpose. The Day-Labor system owea its establish ment to the effotte and agitaiion of th Labor movement— a faot the Council apparently failed to recognis . Mr. O'Sullivan is veil (aid for anything he may do. and, after all, only a small mo tion of tbe worhera are getting a slight concession of wbat they should demand as a right. _ ' Tbe Union considers the Council, by the rapport of this movement and the queitionable tactics adopted in 00 lecting...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

GENERAL EXECUTIVE. The General Executive met at Marx Hal!, Monday; Jin. 28. Present : Comrades D Aldous. 8, 0. Clark, A, Thomson, J. Neill, Drake, and Acting-General Secre tary Moroney, and Managing editor Correspondence from Central, Waterloo, and Richmond Biver branohes endorsing the selection of candidates. Resolved that the first meeting be held in the :'rotestant Hall, on Wednesday. Feb. 18th. Resolved that the names of the candidates be - pub ished in Thb PkopXiS on Feb. 9, Business in ' connection with campaign was disoussel,

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE-O! [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

SMOKJbJ-O ! (By Paul Jones.) H I was not already a pro-Boer my sense of fair play would oblige me to sympathise with the citizen eoldiers of the S'uth African Bepubli s who have be_n, and are, struggling for catio al eii«t- nco against inch trenrendous odd*. It i» now tome five or six months lince the English, with characteristics arro gance. d clareti the wa- at an etiH, and ye the Boers are as virile, and appar. eritly, as num- ron- as ever. *i his ques tion of the numerical str ngth of onr so called foes has been the subject of much amusement to me ever since tbe struggle commenced' When the war beg ;n the damned liar who sends the cable news to the Sydney papers was quite cbbwih that the two Republics had 70,000 or even 90,000 men in the field It re nt lined for Cecil Bhodts, of all men. to knock the bottom ont of this awful lie. He said to Julian Ralph : ' There are only 30,000 Beers against ub, We are exaggerating their numbers simply be cause by deing so we account for bad fe...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

The Campaign Fund. Evebt member with a Campaign Card Bhould strain every effort to' fill it and send alone at once the amount collected. Those who have not yet got cards should apply for them at once. All readers of The People, all friends and sympath isers are asked to subscribe to the fund. The expenses of the Campaign will be heavy, 'We want, if possible, 'every elector. ,to receive a copy of Th* Pkople and Our manifesto. We also want to print and circulate as many leaf lets as possible. Help the grandest cause in the world. . Help to strike the first blowHfor socialism , in Australia. i-J. . All moneys to ho forwarded to Jab. O. Mobohit, Acting-General ' secretary. ?'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDUSTRIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

INDUSTRIAL NOTES (By OHAR.) O'Sullivan's seven-bob-a-day is causing some trouble at Condob lin. The men consider it a trifle better than £1 per week, it is said, and many of them have refused to accept the latter wage, preferring to come to Sydney and join the unemployed, look ing to O Sullivan to provide them with work. O'Sullivan cannot I find work for those who are here now. ThuB does the attempt of the capitalist to patch up his own rotten system always rebound with redoubled force. ? ? * ? Bulli coke workere, who struck a few days ago for an increase of 6d per day, have had to capitu late. They resumed work at the old rate. After the soreness of defeat has worked off a little, they will have the nerve to call them selves freemen. Sam Smith and McDonnell will be down there by-and-bye with the old gag about labor and capital going hand in hand. And the poor fools will believe them. ? ? ? The strikers at Stockton, New castle, have returned to work on the old terms. The employing c...

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