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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

RB/VMJVHL. After this date all communica tions for The People mast be addressed to lCIDAAN'S BUILDINGS,. Corner YORK & MARKET STS. Sydney. To ©ur Lambton and New Lambton Readers. Ansa thia data, Thi Feofu will be posted direct from the offioe to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount ef subscriptions will be collected quarterly by MR. T. MELLING, of New lambton. I 3 P* PD f : & ' fen I I :: 3 1 K ?sj:» ;? j o ? ?SLL_5_ Pritited^^d puWifihed ^tr^tihe ? ^York and Market*!!!!) 1 - Mk^dn ' I*

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club By William Soholl McClurh. (Reprinted from ' The People ' Library, New York.) (Continued.) The effect of this change upon | the condition of the workers has been most marked. Through loss of control over tbe means of pro duction, the once independent handicraftsmen have become the wage-slaves of to-day. They | work, not for themselves, but for a master, to whom goes tbe pro duct of their labor, except for scarce enough to keep them in working condition. Sometimes, not even that Their labor power — and you cannot, separate the labor power from the man— they are forced to offer as a matket commodity. They must sell or perish, having no other resource ; and they sell themselves by the day, the week, the year. The wage they receive bears little or no relation to the productive valne of the la'jor. Tbe competition of the laboi market determines it. If in possession of a skill that is rare, the wage is high — from laok of competition Or...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COL. LASSETTER LOCKS OUT THE TINSMITHS WHO ASK FOR UNION WAGES. HE GIVES THEM LIBERTY TO STARVE. LASSETTER'S BOASTED CHEAPNESS BASED ON THE SWEATING OF HIS WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

COL. LASSBTTBR LOOKS OUT THE TINSMITHS WHO ASK FOR UNION WAGES. HE GIVES THEM LIBERTY TO STARVE. LASSETTER'S BOASTED cheapness :: ^ BASED ON THE SWEATING OF HIS WORKERS. ' ' '' 'Jr. s. The authorities could have selected no better man in a capi talistic sense, for the leadership ' of the next contingent that, is to fight for the International Thieves and Sweaters in bouth Africa than Colonel Lassetter. When the war is over, the people in whose interests it is being waged are determined to supersede . white labor with black, and the cost of human labor power is to be reduced in this and other ways. ? . . 7 That being so, we can't wonder that Colonel Lassetter should joyfully accept the leadership of the mugwumps who are now volunteering for this blackleg crusade. It was Kipling' who once wrote that blackguards, if led by gentlemen, made the best soldiers. Now Colonel Lassetter IS a gentleman. He is, moreover, an employer of labor— non-union labor. Itis asserted .that in nearly every ...

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

HABBY 8TEGOA * COj The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle Tbe Place . where yoa get (Joed Va ne for yrar Meney ' Socialist Labor Party Candidates at'tbe ^r^estant HaU, Fob. lfk

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

A BLOB . MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription is again due. Shonld you still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal .note to The Managing-Editor, The PB0PLH, Kidman's Buildings, corawyftfrk: 1 and Marketnrtreeto, Sydney.'. -

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

GLEANINGS. i iv v. U I'M ? v .*,i: ' 3. ?? -,It'a an insult to Bngland Jihat the men who took an aoti*« part . ; in the Jameson Raid have keen 1 given nearly, ail the important ap* .v: *: pointments in South Africa, Krager's leniency alone kept their - heads oat of a halter. ' Hope is an invigaaeatuw. &roe.- ? It furnishes the very elements -. which : fear destroys— amngv - energy, enthusiasm, determination. : - . It raises the spirit* and qaluwns - : the endeavours. ? , -w ? *' ? — O— ? ? » .5 There have been 72,728 oaatud--'^ ties in South Africa in the'attempt.-,. . to secure cheap native labos ft* : the gold mines. — Labor LeatiSr* - '' The Frenoh army wa«- sbft&ad^; in Mexico by guerillas in although ' President - Jnar^t-^luiav^ fled to Texas at theend of 1866. When ' we .remember. Chamber lain's^proposal ^ the Transvaal aa- a.Orown for ton yean, to ooma involves the ' j' denial of representative ment to Uitlanders and Boers - alike, it is elear tb*t a change of...

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

SALMAGUNDI. (By O.K.) Last year in the State of Victoria there was a decrease in exports amounting to £1,145, 228. That amount less to be expended in employing the wage earner unless the wise (!) people of that State get their Govern ment to borrow. There was a decrease in the gold production of Australasia last year amounting to £1,071, 000. The exports from the State jof Queensland were £2,000,000 less last year owing to the drought and agricultural piracy under the capitalistic system. Now the people who vote to maintain the present system will have to get , their elected persons to borrow^ a 1 few millions to maintain tjhe standard of living. Australian prosperity is the result of borrojw ing. .] The value of minerals won Jin the Commonwealth during iq99 , was £22,201,255. The value ;of wool for the same year was £19,164,355. From these pro dupts come food, clothing, shelter, travel, leisure, in a word civilisa tion, that are exchanged for other goods. The worker pro duced all t...

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

THEMAN WHO WORKS A railway never sleeps A thousand watchful eyes are at this moment glancing through the bull's eye of the driver's cab. a thousand strong hands are on the lever. Aloft, in wind beaten, rain-battered signal boxes, s*and sojjtary men, who with every faculty on the alert, keep ten thousand from instant destruction. How terse their muscles, how clear their brains' must be as they pull the signal and open the points ! That brown hand gripping lever number 17, instead of 18, within six inches of it, is all that preserves 300 people fr^m instant and terrible death . That pound or two of pressure on the signal chain which sent abroad the red flash of danger, stopped the express, in which sat our wives and children, and kept it from dashing at full speed into that over-shunted truck which a minute ago toppled over and lay squarely across the racer's path, And the surfacemen. Have you ever thought of how, night and day, they patrol every rod of iron — how with chink of ham me...

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

pOOK & CO.'S GRAND COMMONWEALTH Sale OF Inmrner Brapery FOB 14 DAYS ONLY. NOW ON Read our Price Lists FOB The Great Reductions. Bargains In every Department The Whole Stock to be taraed Into eaah. COOK & CO. Bconomic Gash Drapers, Comet HUNTER 4 WOLFE STS. Kewoaastle, VISIT ... Strike's AUSTRAL. m BOOT MART fob RELIABLE Foot Wear. AUSTRAL GLACIE and _ ALL KIDiBALMOEAJjS. STRIKE'S Boot and Leather Sto#es, Comer ol Hants* and Uaioa Street' NEWCASTLE WEST WANTB D. — Addressed to th e Minert and other men of DODDS* PICK and other TOOL HAN DIES, all handles from date of DodcU' uke will be branded thua — ({ TOOL HANDLE I MANUFACTURER, I II MAKER, ) -\A HUDSON 8T.,^./f I abo beg to take thiB opportunity to THANE the Minen and other users of my handle* for their assistance during the put 18 years in bnOdine up a little Australian Industry against au obstacles. FREDERIC DODDS, 1-1O-09 - Adjoining New Floor Mills ? CAIN'S POST OFFICE N HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Nbwoabtlb CHAR...

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

HETTON MINERS. Thb above miners held tbeir monthly meetings on Thursday, January 24 1 The committee recommended that the chairman be paid ou- of the Local Fun l, he having had to re turn home three mornings in sue cession through water not having been taken out of his place. -eve al speakers contended that the ohairman was thus being pun ished for bein-r an officer of the Lodge, but the majority thought otherwise, and rejected the recom mendation Whereupon the chair man resigned, remarking that if that was all the protection he was to receive, they would have to find some one else to do their work. v. j Later on the meeting carried the following motion : ' - hat in tbe event of men having to come home on account of water in their places, the back shift do not go down.' The check weighman's wages waa discussed at some length. It wbb moved i that . the wage be nin« ?billings per day, and an amend ment was proposed that the amount be -San- shillings per day. A speaker pointed out thit ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME NOTES ON THE GOLD WAR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

SOME NOTES ON THE | GOLD WAR. I (By Paul Jones.) Not hundreds but thousands of farms in the Transvaal and Orange Fiee tttate have been looted and burned by the English. Civilised warfare 1 — 0*'~ If our brave swaddles find that the owner of a house is away fighting for his country they— acting upon orders — take all the furniture away and sell it, but the women and youngsters are com pelled to stay in the empty dwelling. — One English ' Tommy ' writes home : ' Looting* is splendid amusement and we get plenty of it.' Now for some Kipling : So 'ere'a good luok to thoae That wears the widow's clo'es, An' the Deril send them all they want o' loot. Yes the loot, B ooming Loot, The two Safrican Republics were excluded from the Czar's Peace Conference recently held at the Hague, at the special request of Eng'and. C'lamberlain knew what was coming. When President K-uger visited Cologne tens of thousands of people assembled before his hotel and shook the building to itB foundations with welc...

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

League iiiiliii^s^a OF THE ' . t ISTBAUMI SOCIALIST LEABUE (Adopted Easier, 1898). -**K WMt^ta iv 'aU Coaatrlea, Unite 1'-IWRX. (HE capitalist form of Society in: .which we at^ present w live,. and which the capitalists uphold, is based *oponcla*s sapremacy^tnaintained by class govern tjfe ownertW^ik)f the .means of prodnction, distribution, and exchange. Ffiis economic power, this possession by the landlord, Ijjapitalist c)e?8 of the whole of the forces of wealth (faction, puts the working-class in complete subjec 1 to the said dominant class, thus depriving the great ss ot the people ot the fall product of thOT labor. Ls the present system is thus biased upon class an bnisms and injustice, anifl as thb capitalist class will y permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth chie form of commodities for sale, paying to them as |eI vr^alth so produced, and tak ' for ihemse^esi the jfjther two-thirds as profits, the resaidmodC of prbdu'Ctibn for profit should be super- : ed bythe nati...

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

KABBY 8TBQOA and CO for Dungaree Trousers ( est American) .Moleskin -'Croaasmv-' . - vWecto# Bhlrts' aad Flannels 1

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

r' To the Residents of New Lambton and th« snrronndlng district. S BEACHAM _ GROCER, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER ALMA ROAD, NEW LAMBTON 8ELL8 J40NE BUT FIR8T CL*8S QUAIelTY GOOB8. Orders called for and delivered. - A Trial Solkritod ? GREEN eCDPCWS G1VBW. CSf\ TAT TQTC3 Fora Well.BolJt8UI''of any'' + DU L O* kind from S3 snd npwwrds ™* Wm. MclYOR, -f Tailor, 29 ALBERT STREET, Kingston, Newtown. Jr W.M. will be-glad to answer letters and oalf with, patterns to select f om, Also measuMidMgd^flttedrBust^om^ownjtertdenee^^^ ? ?? The People' Office FOR LABOR PRINTING . IF YOU f|AVB A Basil ess or OOOPS .A. of any kind yon wish ^*® to DI8FOSR of- advati- V tageoosly communicate H with N.RUMEISEN 153 BROUGHARUSTRBBT DARLINGHURST. Restaurants and Scores Sapphed Below Market Ba'es EMPORIUM COFFEE PALACE 711 - GEORGE - ST., HAYMARKET. (Opposite Aithony Horderns), One minute from itedfem Railway Station ^ PKED PONT ANELLA, Pboprirtob. First-class Meals, 0d Be^s. Is per night (separate room...

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

For the Miners. THE price of coal stated in Mr. Oroudaoe'a letter, printed in our last issue, is the price AT THB PIT'S mo CJTH. This for the information of minera generally..

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Class Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. i m ^ — — : I The class straggle is a straggle between those who have and those who have not ; a straggle between' those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a, stragg e between those who take and those who makei a struggle between those who exploit and those who. resist exploitation ; a struggle be ? tween the capitalist class, ' which must continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness and lnxnry, and the working o'asj, wbioh most pufc an end to the Btrnggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working olass the entire structure of industrial society.

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

what seeiausm is. [ The ethics of Socialism - are identical with the ethics of Christianity. — Ency clop&edia Brittaoica. The abolition of that individual action on whioh modem societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of co-operatiTe action.— Imperial Diction, aiy. A theory of society that advocate! a more precise, orderly, and harm onions arrangement of the, social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A scienoe of reconstructing society on an entirely new basis by substituting the principle of association for that of com petition in every branch of human in dustry — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or systen of local organi sation whioh would abolish entirely or in great part the individual effort and . competition on whioh modern society rests and substitute co-operation t would introduce a more perfect and eqnal dis- I tribution of the products of labor, and would make land and capital, as the in* struments of produo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHT IS ON. AMMUNITION IS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

THB FIGH* IS ON. I AMMUNITION IS WANTED. By the publication of its mani festo next week and the opening meeting in the Protestant Hall on February 18th the League enters on the active fight of the first Federal campaign, and the first electoral fight it has en gaged in. The preparatory work of many years . past has reached that stage that the organised So cialist i of New South Wales have felt the time is here when they must throw- the gage of battle to the capitalist horde in the Par liamentary arena, and be pre pared to maintain the fight until the ideal of the League has been reached. ! ? ? a The People columns tell me that since the Federal Campaign Fund was opened something like £15 has b«en contributed. Much more than this is wanted to make a good fight. No one better than I know what great sacrifices and what whole-hearted work the warm-spirited members of the Australian Socialist League have given to the cause of the Working Class for many years past. And ' woe's me ' that f...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sea Pit Miners and Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901

The Sea Pit Miners and Unionism. A LABGK number of surface workers at Wallsend Colliery re cently made application to join the C.E.F., and. according to re port in Newcastle ' Herald, 'the Sea Pit miners at their last meet ing, for some reason that has yet to be explained, objected to the men being admitted to member ship of the Federation. This is Btrange action for a body of men oalling themselves unionists to take, especially since in many in stances th«-y are endeavoring to ooinpel non-unionists to join the union. 'We would advise the Sea Pit miners to ltarn that the first step necessary to make their union effective in fighting the coal owners is. to get every em ployee in or about the mines in to the Federation. We hope the common sense of the other lodges will recognise the advis ability ; of carrying a motion in favor of accepting the men- as members, and that an effort will be pi^e to get day wage men and boys at aittoollieries to join;

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

Miners Fire Goal. Newcastle coal-miners are, when working, entitled to receive one ton of fire coal monthly. The Proprietors have discovered that some of the miners are in the habit of disposing of whatever portion of this coal they do not require for home UBe ; and it is now notihed that any miner selling his surplus fire coal will have his supply out off for three months. That will mean that the owners will reduce the 'offending' miners remunera tion by 6s per month — that being now the selling price of small coal, Since this is a ' free ' country no donbt the miners will see the justice of the proposal. Shortly The People expects to learn that all miners found guilty of disposing of their wages in any manner not ap proved by the coal-owners will be liable to forfeit the whole of their earnings for some extended period. The owners are quite capable of something like it, any how, and the miners are ap parently meek enough to submit, i - ?

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