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THE DYING CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

THE DYING CENTURY. The guns are booming - away oh; the Sonth African Veldt, and. the blazing Boer homfesteads -a^s shooting their flames heaven* ward; the blood of the patriot farmers indelibly stains the soils of their adopted country; the nrAmah^a Atraa a«a .??.?????? ??! livaaavw U VJVO MO J OU VTAUU.VTUUjf* ing, and the Bortow^ba^rdened cry of ten ' tbousaiid ^ childrearingB from zone to zone. ^ tted 1 1 »mj unnglhat hu- manity' in every country. A oWlon ls being violently atcien ; the Demon of Bapine is let loose. And the Thieves are International —they have, no country, no boundary llnee divide their in- . tereets,and the field of their rami flcations- ia as wideas the World is. . f''.| 1 ? ? I ? In - China—the land of latent oiviUaation — the story is . the: same. The war was lied into existence for the profit of the nune class that coins money out of the streaming blood of the murdered Boer and the awful, misery of his women and ofettchmg. , ?, 1 ? ? ? . ? , , And in every c...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

what seeiALisn is. ' The ethics af Socialism are identical with the ethici of Chriitiaaitf . — Ency- clopaedia Brittaoioa. The abolition of that individual action on whioh modern aooietiee derwid, and the rabetitotion of a regulated eyitem of oo-operative action.— Imperial Diction aiy. A theory of looietjr that advocates a more precue, .Orderlj, and harm omens arrangement of the locial relation* ef mankind than that which has hitherto pre railed — Webeter. A seience of reconit rooting society on an entirely new betei* by *nb*titHting the priociple of aModation for that of com petition in every branch of haman in* aaitry — Worce«ter'» Dictionary. Any theory or lyiten of local organi sation which would aboluh entirely or in great part the individual effort and competition on which modern society rest* and substitute co operation 1 would introduce a more perfect and equal dis tribution of the products of labor, and would make land and capital, as the in struments of production, ' tbe j...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Key Note. ? Mn of thought be op and doing Nfehtmsd Day v Men ofi aetkm, aid »nd cheer them - ' Aryemay, There'* alight about to gleam, ThereVafoaat about to atream, There's a warath about to glow, - There'* a Hover about to blow, ThanPf fc midnight blaekueai changing ? iBtOfNTi Ilea oftboughtand men of action . Obvuemj. i. * Aid tha tanting tongue and pen j '??.' Aidithopaa ofboiWft men, ;., '~ Aid it, papar.ald it, type, ' ' . Aid it wr 'ba boor u ripe t Aad oar earn ett muit not riaokea :ZBlop!ay. ? Man of thought sad men of action : ; . Clear the way. THE &EOPLE AM D 9fiS- COIXECTiriST. * ®he World lor tbe World's Workers ?. :

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

A^HAT SOCIALISM IS. The ethiosof Sooiatiem are identical with the ethics of Christianity . — Ency- clopaedia Bnttsnioa. The abolition of that individual action on which modern societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of co-operative action. — Imperial Diction, ary. A theory of society that advocate? a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A science of reconstructing society on an entirely new basis by substituting the prirciple of association for that of com petition in every branoh of human in dustry—Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory, or systen of local organi sation which would abolish entirely or in great part the individual effort and competition on whioh modern ssoiety rests and substitute co operation [ wonld introluce a more perfect and equal dis. tribution of the products of labor, aid would make land and capital, as the in 'struments of production, the joint...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

r- A^^ja,V-S.)cial^t League I mi-SlS' ^ '% '* 11 ^ ^V * -?* %f i»-&) ssf*-?' i 1 ^ »t ( A ^ ^PMNIRlnMUSt lEMBt V/ V (Adopted Easier, 1898). «t OBit«^'-Jiaia.{ f J|p ^|;^^MP^o»^apltali8t form of Society in which we at present sift; ' live, and which' the capitalists Uphold, is based; opon class supremacy, maintained b- class govern-; menfc throughtfce private ownership of the means; E$f' -fi% - v 9* , pfodnctioti, distribution, and exchange. \,. ' ?'. Mf'- '' This economic poWer, this possession by the landlord Pflfv' ''Vtand capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth, V1 produMioh, puts the working-class in complete subjec pll^ rt tipn tf the said dominant class, thuB depriving the great ^~?v~ - mass ot the people ot the full product of their labor. * As the present system is thus based upon class an il '. , tagonism* and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will *' only pertoit the wage-earning class to produce wealth l!' I \ lit the form of commodities for sal...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] price [?] [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

[?] [?] [?] ^e jrorke^ tp^S*s * ' '« thw^it^MW^^^to th. ^ht r »hoiiijl!i¥,M^OWfi®^ 11 mitationa pr*T«nt them from living ^ Ursa of .spch parfaOt nstfqlnapa as to - oapaua »ho require other men and ' '-y tromsa to serre them,' that is to say, give them eharitg, find - them food, oIothing,'aad iheltarf Why. not get ' K. 4own' to tha 1 basic causa ,of poverty, and atart to rc-iore tha , eanse ;, give ,every inan and .woman ^yi^wy;ju-d iuatally At the oppot- ? tauqr ta'.Mtppiy ' their . own human , naeda, ia-a iroifa, aarve themselves. We Ckwialista deal with caasea, not aaeo^ iPovertT ia an eAet ; : So dalism wo^ abolish this effect by dasling wWi the caase. The- oause ?-~^dL-)ar^a;hir^iug knows it— is',. privats ownership of tie .'.land - - art-. the ;toofci ,'bf p^wtion .arhioh- : Mn and wontn need to produce foodaodalotbing.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

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Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

*mm&M ?£S£2 a*!*,. y i ? i , ?? ???'?? B-HJBBM ATIOgAL gg&rajgg p^iyre. : ^'^;F - ^mSSi givbn' V A hl. ^^^WttPWIftL TBBT^ iI^|«hs«» ' ih|^«l^ & remodelled. and ,';: .. ' K«np-»treet, Walla end. ';: ' - ^ _ Hi'. Blacks]] may bieconiulted 00 -l: FifMay. afj^mwns. : ??MPis Htaotcr-atreet West, te^i^KptSjioAi^ §illl®lfiE$p*m AveUUsm. ?;'-.??? p|:^v i nob, -i i ' W$*:-';--':/' ??:,?'??' ;;: ^.(uoaiaaxetvm; . ^saa^fapag^ '.«. i ;., X^Mtk - '' '^''- ? ' v:.- ' .;- ijUii)i-wi)il^n-i t»bi^^-aini^r'«M^ tote ^ BtCB j Mst^Sag- EHUm.Tax People, KUI#miVi Buildings, corner York :|Sp^lMtH^^^:8ydfa9y.,,i g ? MjS SUNDAY NBXf! fheAtatralian Socialist League willf naugurate tbe New Century Ijfc* Demonstration in the Po* up(u»*t3pdfl» Decorated plat forms and anarrayof speakers. AT NIGHT At Headquarters, Marx Hall, 251 Carilereagh-etreet, Interna tional Concert and speeches. * Every member, friend, andsym pathiser requested to be inattend anoeto make the Celebration one worthy of...

Publication Title: People
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HARRY STEGGA and CO. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

HABST STIQClA and CO, Doogarse Troosen ( est American) f*''T Worktag ShUU;#ad RUntals ' . SBMOVALo iii^r 'Utb dite all commtiigupa'/ tions for'TQK Pboplb mtift be ? ' KIDMAN'S BDILOmeS, 1pi^;Y0^4k^BKHT St8*

Publication Title: People
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"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

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Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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After the Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

After the eelebratlons. I Th« workers will have to pay tha bill. The workers will return -to the land, the mines, the faotories, the ihiya, working the same houra for the same wages, under the same con ditions. Tho bossea .will drive them just the same ; turning them adrift when cheaper workers can do got orwnen they can't sell the goods the worker*; have produced. - . , The landlord will call, for bis rent: in the old sweet way. '\ ? The maoliine will stillv-dii|plsce labor, making conditions hard Of. Wago-slavtry will still exist. A party of hope for the workers arf peara after the orgie is over. The. gooialist Labor Party will enterthi fleldj. pijtting:out .six Candidas-Mr ?the jfcdend &pate,who will atan4.«-^ the IlaUonaSsation of the ItewbekaNMioflife. ^ £ 4 ^ [?]

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE WHARF LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

NEWCASTLE WHARF LABORERS. Thb above .union met at Chris tie's Hall, Newcastle, vice, presi dent Struck in the efaair. A. Griffith, M.P., wrote notifying the union that b; payment of 3d. per member half-yearly, *its mem bers would be eligible to act as a branch of the Labor League and to have a voice in the ballot for th« selection of candidates. After some disoussion, it was re solved to allow But Griffith's letter to Btand over till next month. Mr, Christie wrote thanking the union for its motion of sympathy yie Mrs, Christie's death. The secretary reported he had Bent a wreath te Mrs. Christie's funeral on behalf of the Wharf laborers and Carters Union?. The secretary's action was approved. Mr. Devine, for Mr- North, re po- ted that a certain coalworker had been wharf-laboring at cargo on the Namoi and the Marie ; he was not in the union and refused to join. The manager on th« wharf had beenepp'Oached.how ever, and had stated that in future be wouM employ only onion-men. Notice of...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

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Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT HEADQUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS ? ? ? ♦ — — ? Labi Bunday evening, Comrade Rutreifen lectured on ' I abor — Its Price and Value ' The lectu-er stated that, in order to justify the capitalists' extraction of unearned wealth, their press dig nified their fussy idleness into use ful activity, and' called them pro dnears. while the workers—the onlv ! producers of wealth— they reduced to the position of snxiliarieB, and dealt with their labor-power as with iranimate objects. The high dividends drawn by the financial institution i and individual capital ists would be increased by paying the workers starvation wages and expo-ting their products. The ex-, propriating class, the- ef ore, viewed with alarm any tendency to an in* creasing high stand -rd of living amongst the class they designate ' their labor ' as tending to ' de plete their market.' The unscru pulous methods adopted by the capitalist press was signally exem plified by the conduct of the 'Syd» ney Morning Herald.' In trying to prove that a na...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

Freedom. Hea I w^pab^si it Is that jrt Come of lathers brave and free. If there breath* oa earth a slave; ' ; An |e!brdf(nt lad Unn I ? -??;MK^nstd^f»(3|. ibvldtfb* ? When ItwQritsa birOthe^a pain, ? : Ai« yen^Mia ^Veif lndeed^- ' Wbm«ir1-''ifhd;^att : day bjiar ; M SdnsjtOibmtbet.A If.yehear without a blnsh i. ? /&'; I)«^b'iaUka-ii^wdblobd tmm . Like rod btojt&rotigKytoi rate/.- : Mothers of thi» tmve -and^'ai^||^| ? totrw Fettars for onr.oWii;'daar iihdwtth'leaUien.'faijitf^^ No 1 trueFrsedom is'to abate-' All th« chains w'twotltny weir,'- 7 And; ,nl(h h«trt and haod^to.iM ; ;i:t Earnest to. make. othan free. / They .aro olarss who/»»*,to ipmL For the fallen, aAd the weak't.,-'-^'.; „ - Theyare^wwho will a&tc^^,, ; Fromlbati^hth^haedawti^iM^j.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

HABBY 8TKGGA and CO. . ' for Dungaree OYoffiwrs ( ectAmaiitan) Jfoleddn l'rouMnr. Woitimc Sbiita. and Flannels ' The next Gtanfon Party eventu ates at Coogee ' A qaatinm ^Nmxids on Saturday. January l9. If you with to sjpend thoroughly .enjoy able evening, you mustl» there. HABBY BZKQOA % CO, Tie oldeat OlPthiBg Wor# in -- 'tUBfSIaia'' when jou get,«Ue4 Va.aa tqt 3 out 7' ? \ 4

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He Created a "Disturbance." [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

He evented a ' DIstar* bance.' The Vale of Clwydd colliery is a place with a history. Mr. G. H. Reid knows that. So also does Chief-inspector Atkinson ; and perhaps no one ought to be surprised that the manage? of that historical concern should take it into his head to sack any bally employee having the L.li ? lutuierjbjr by ugiiow.iur ueciwr conditions for ' -his class. But when the manager denieB that the man was Backed for taking part in Jthe' union affairs, and when the same functionary asserts his right to discharge any employee /: for creating a ' disturbance,' and when he further claims that the dis charged man ' made a distur bance by inducing the men to work only eight hours from bank to bank, instead of eight hours at the face,' then the brazen effrontery of the individual be comes apparent, and the miners should consider whether they ought hot to lay a charge of In timidation against this officious personage.- An honest Mines Minister should take action in every such case...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

To Oar Lambton and New I Lambton Readers.. Aran thia date, Thb Peott* wiU he poated direct from the office ftp Lambton and New Lambton readers; and' the amoun) of aubtcriptiona be oolleetad qnarterly by MB»' & H£IiLlNG.-of New lambton,: HS ' 1 \ f r-- 1 s j i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

A Thing : ? ^ r-.- ''' ? EiECDTED AT ? -? THB You send an order tor Job Puntiog~to THE PEOPLE office you aid -V' in maintaining the fearless and uncompromismg attitude of the paper— 4' the only straight-out Working-class Paper in the province. ,v First Edition of 3000 Sold Out. j Second Edition of 5000 NOW READY. A PAGE FROM THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE CITIZENS' Life Co. ORDER F.ARLT. Under 50 copies ... 2d per copy 50 copies and over Id per copy Send poBtal note or stamps with order. THB PEOPLB OFFICE, 98 Hunter-street West, New castle. * , To the Residents of New Lambton and tile ?- ' J sarronnding district. ^ I S BEACH AM ^ s GROCER, DRAPER,. AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. ^ H Ai MA ROAD, NEW LAMBTON , 8ELL8 flONE BUT FIRST Ct^k68 QUAUITY GOOD8. ' J, Orders called for and delivered. / . . ' A Trial Solieited. - GREEN eODFenS GIVEN. ' TheCITY MUTUAL 5 LIFE A6*UBANCB SOCIETY, Limited. 1 bs*i) omcr— iiUKnm.t buoh, M«.OMlinu6H stbbit 8TnNir.K*-ry -f- Mr. OK\ CB0WD8Y, Manager. »r-Br Ho»» wr*m...

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An Illusion Dispelled. [Newspaper Article] — People — 29 December 1900

An Illusion Dispelled.   For our part, we have no ob jection whatever to be so-called pro-Boers. As a matter of race antagonism, or of the domination of one people over another, we are no more and no less pro-Boer than we are pro British. But as tak ing the side of the weak against the strong, of the oppressed against the oppressor, the brave man struggling to be free against the despot who is striving to enslave   him, we are pro-Boers, and glory in the name. As against the des potism of Russia we are pro-Poles and pro-Finns ; as against ag   gression on the part of Austria or Germany we should be pro- Swiss ; as against the filibustering of the Yankees we are pro Filipino; so against British aggression in the Transvaal we are and have been pro-Boer. In this we may reason   ably claim to represent the older, traer, and nobler sentiment of the English people. It has been the boast of our nation to have always been the friend of sma...

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