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The Freak Show. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
The Freak Show. I The freak show closed last week with a wild shriek agaiLBt war ; and their capitalist organ, the ' Careygrapb,' laughed at them. Mr. Sam Smith, one of their Senatorial candidates, has barracked for the South African butcherv, and the saintly Mc Gowen has done likewise ; in | fact, most of the parliamentary gang of political frauds voted with the capitalist creatures who run this State every time over this war business. In 1894 Hughes and Holman were among the most militant and insistent advocates and defenders of the cast-iron pledge of solidarity for the ' Labor Party and now — well, Holman is lost, and his 'private secretary' writes for more freedom for ' Labor members '—which he will probably get later on. Phonographs are going out of date. The ex-umbrella mender will keep on the top for a while, but he'll be humped sure enough — and heavily, too. ? ? ? Some of the freaks and fakirs, mostly fakirB, wanted to run a third candidate for the Senate, but the gatherin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
DUBHAM HOTBIi, I ' KlITUitlD BOiO, MLWOTOH. taivfca :' BestvBwnds';: iiriitfuw ? ^ -V:. ; ? ? . Aooofflmoflation tor Boaaian HUGH COBB, Proprietor. '?*??'''?'? ? ?? ? - --??'? 1 ? ?' -? ? ? ? ? ' ' ? i C r 'ElOBJSHee T| » '8, COLLABS, IIHIBTS ?;.??/ -.v. jjp : Al*o,aaop-fo-d*teIlAT, ??(?' V TRY ' *? t ? ? CSIL3BRT HORLBR* Tk« City Hatter aal Mefear, ; . ' 117 HPKCTB STRBKT. , ? f:' ,:' * : njl . Av * BRA Y B 5S;:;«^JL;a: : ? ' flWititor. 4c, ? ? ?? ?.y.' jy/: -^Oourt lObanabera, Bolton Olwet, j j .' ;/yr'-'.:- , ?'.*;'' Ndlffflltll ? - -? 'if v' : ' fllBiJBT. MONEYS to land-on B*J X or Personal Security. JAMBS .f,;-';.': DARt, Solicitor, fto-, Commissionar tor JJMavite, Boltoii^twetWewoaetie. » XJI7' A. HBID, SOLICIT©* ftp. &o .YV 0'nrmt»rioi-CT tor ABdavits BOI/T'-N STREET. Newoaatle. rnBTJflT MONEYS to Lend at curren J/A'^Batee. Mr. W. H. BAKER, BoH ? ' Hot, etc*, Commissioner for the Austra ?-' M'* CojotJea. Boltoa-strset, Newcastle t\ BBOTT and WOOD, Solleitoi*, A Y A. J...
GENERAL EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
GENERAL EXECUTIVE. Met on Monday, Fob. 4, at Ma-x all. Correspondence^ in connection with the Fede al Campaign meef ing at the Protestant Hall on Monday 18th ; Newtown Town Hal1, Thursday, 21st ; Leichhavdt, SatU'day, 23rd. . /'eao'ved that tbe meetingi be adverti-ed in the daily papers. Weekly statement of Managing editor received. It was resolved to meet on Snnday next. — ?O- - Left every member be present at the Protestant Hall, on Monday, Feb. 18. The first blow struck for Socialism in Australia,
Organising the Carters and Draymen. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
Organising the Garters and Draymen. A big meeting — one of the biggest seen at the Trades Hall — was held on Saturday evening last of the carters of Sydney and suburbs for the purpose of form ing a union. The meeting, which ' was held largely a result of ~ the success attending the formation of . the Newcastle Union, was enthusiastic ; and if properly guided, the new union should be a powerful concern. The carters work from twelve to sixteen hours a day, and, despite their agitation, they were not in cluded in the Early Closing Act. A handful of men did all they could by petitioning and waiting upon the Politicians to have a clause inserted in the Bill. Here, as elsewhere, tbe Fakir was in evidence. Hughes occu pied the chair and seemed to be running the show. He brought out his Early Closing Halo once more, and said if the men had been organised hit ammendmcnt in the bill would have been carried in the Upper House. This is a lie. Hughes tricked and fooled the Hotel and Res tauranfU...
THE SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. THE CANDIDATES FOR THE FEDERAL SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
THE S©ei ALIST LABOR PARTY. THB CANDIDATES FOR THE FEDERAL SENATE, Thb following members have been selected by the Anstralian Socialist League, as the Candi dates for the Federal Senate. ANDREW THOMSON JAS. 0. MORONEY H. E. HOLLAND J. J. MORRISH JOHN NEIL THOMAS MELLING. These are the Socialist Six. Every worker should vote solid. The first blow struck for Social ism. in Australia, The Manifesto will appear next issue. Opening meeting Protestant Hall, Monday, Feb. 18, 8 p.m. Let all be there.
THE IDEAL LABOR MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
THB IDBAL LABOR MBMUBR. In its issue of January 29, the ' Daily Telegraph,' in a leading article ander the above heading, and by way of comment on the doings of the late ' Labor '' con ference, spoke strongly for the present ' Labor ' members. . The 'Telegraph' holds that, if the labor member is loyal to . the principles on which he is elected, he should not be debarred from mixing with ' real swells,' aping their ways, and getting drunk with them at occasional banquets. Sydney ' Worker,' in its issue of February 2, takes the daily paper's article seriously from what it deems a working-class standpoint, and agrees with the organ of Capital that the Ideal Labor Member cannot be expect ed to ostracise himself socially; Itis pointed ont that the 'Worker' has reseived — and suppressed — many letters condemnatory of the McGowen Party, and it is weakly argued, therefore, that the labor member must not overdo things, .^c^etting and boozing with Sis political enemies but ! sooial fnendBof t...
Federal Election Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
Federal Election Gam* paign Fund. Previously acknowledged, £13 10a Od F.S., 2b ; F.K.J., 2s 6d ; C.C., 2b ; M.K., 2s 6d ; J.McG., 2b ; J.M.. 1b ; F.H , 2s 6d ; R.H., 1b 6d ; May Day, 5s ; -J.K., 5b ; S. C., 1b; R.R, 4b ; H.E., £1 Ob Od. Total, £16 Ib Od.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 February 1901
Tlie Socialist Press As* slstance Fund. — O— Previously acknowledged, £110 19e0d January 26. S.C.C., 2s ; D.C., 2s ; F.H., 3e 6d ; F.D., Is ; S.J.H.. 6d ; J.H , 4s ; J.O.M., 2s 6d ; A.S.,la 6d ; W.Y ,ls ; D.A., Is ; J.S., 6d ; A.S., Is ; A.R., 2s ; Part Proceeds Garden Party £1 13b ; Italian Group, International Socialist Club, 15s. J.McD., 5s ; B.C., 2s ; D.A., Is. ; J.N., 6d ; Friend, 2s 6d ; W. A, 8s ; D.A.G., 3s 6d ; J.O.M. 2s | 6d ; J.H., 2s ; AS., Is ; T.M., 6d ; F.D , Is ; F.F., Is ; Part Proceeds Garden Party, 15s ; D.C., 2s 6d ; 2s 6d ; A.S,, 1b ; H.K., 2s 6d ; A.S., Is ; S.S.. 2b.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
The Socialist Press As* sistance Pond. — O— — Previously acknowledged, £117 6s Od Brt Frd., 6s 6d ; A.R, 2s ; F.H , 2s 6d ;D.C., 2s ; D.A., Is ; Garden Party 8s ; Mrs. N., 3d ; J.H , 2s 6d ; J.O.M., 2s 6d ; F.D., Is ; W.Y , Is ; Domain Friend, Is ; J.J.M., 2s 6d ; S.C.C., 2s ; A.S., Is. Total, £119 3s 9d.
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
'The People.' Subs Rkokivkd Februaay 2 : — H.C., Christ church, N.Z., Is 6d ; J S.J., Tin tenbar, 4s ; J.H., Surry Hills, 2s ; Mr.C., Wahroonga, Is ; J.S., - Newtown, 4s ; Mr.B., Drum moyne, Is ; S.J.H.. Newtown, 2s ; A.G., 8ydney. 4s ; E.C.R., Wellington, N.Z., 6s. February 9 : -E.K., Newtown, Is ; W.C., Emmaville, Is ; J.H.T., ' Arncliffe, 4s ; W.H., Petersham, 10s ; M.C., Seven Creek, 7s 6d ; W.A., Tintenbar, Ib;' February 19 : — A.S., Morris' sett, 4s ; H.A.H., Warialda, 2s '- Mrs.B., North Sydney, 5s.
GENERAL EXECUTIVE [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
GENERAL EXECUTIVE Met at Ma- x Hall on Monday, Feb. ir, Present: Comrades D. Aldon* (in ehiur), Thomson, Morri«b, Neill, Drake, and Acting General Secretary Moroney Manifesto «as submitted and adopted. Acoounts in c:nnection with the cam paign- Financial statement receired. Resolved that nominations for the Gene ral Executive be called fam the mem bers. Correspondence received and dealt with. The f ^llo wing meetings wei e arranged in connection with the Federal Campaign : — Protestant Hall, Feb 18th Newtown Town Ha'l, Feb 2lft Leichhardt:' Sat a- day, Feb 23rd Alexandria Town Hall, Feb 28th Balmain Temperance Hall, Maroh isl Newcastle; SatiAay. March 2nd - West Wallsend Jvonday, March 4lh,
WATERLOO BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
WATERLOO BRANCH. Ibis branch held its half-yearly meet ing on the 6th instant in the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom, Comrade Pen nington (from the Central) in the chair. The secretary read the half-yearly balance-sheet, dnd showed that the balance was on the right side the ledget, to the satisfaction of members. In the election of officers Comrade Proud was re-elected secretary, and - 'omrade Morley re-elected treasurer- Auditors: Com. rades W. Prnuse, M. O'Connor. Exec a tive committee : Comrades G Isaacs, H. Neill, W- Prouse. Organiser, Com rade O. Isaacs ; paper manager, Com* rade H. Neill, the members of the Waterloo Branch are requested to at tend the next meeting on the aoth inst. to discuss the planks in our constitution, Members from other branches are in. vited, — A. B, P*om-, hon. sec.
PLAIN WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
PLAIN WORDS. It was significant that members of the A.W.U. voted 2 to 1 against ino easing their contributors to Spence and Oo., asked for mainly to bolster up the Shirker's advo cacy of M'Gowen and Oo„ and 1 'hen sent delegates to tha P.ti.L. conference to ask for an account of '* Labor Members' fees from Government JobB,' Capitalism msans the robbery of the many for the benefit of the few. looialism means that the whole of the people shall own and control all the instruments of pro duction and all the wealth pro duced. The capitalist press Is greatly conoerned at the material offered for the enate. The difficulty of finding enough members of the lawyer tribe or the other sections of capitalists with any decent ability or intelligence, is oausing some alarm, The Socialist Labor Party will fo oe the pace in the Senatorial contest. — -O— Referring to the game of bowls, Mr, Fegan said 'the 'jack he had aimed at had been the political ?jack.'' — 'Jack' had cut coal, 'Jack' had been a m...
AT HEADQUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
AT HEADQUARTERS Owing to heat pressure last week the recording ?' angel' failed to famish re port of last monthly concert held Sunday Feb. 3, for which he was duly repri manded. The mntical committee, how ever, are here ' congratulated — not lor getting the performers— for the pro. gramme presented, which consisted of solos, duets, and recitations by tbe following comrades and friends : — Miss M-Dermott, Hiss Ollvitch, Miss K. Barlow, lbs. Kelson, Mrs. Drake, and Messrs. Waldon, Wallace, Sober, Bar. low, Jones, uonnors, bmoo. au me items were well rendered, and jodging by the plaudits of tbe andienoe were much apps eclated ; bat we cannot resist the temptation to specially compliment Mr. W. Wald n for his able rendition of ' Eugene Aram ' ; also ' -day Day ' for her satisfactory accompaniments. Next monthly concert gives promise to be In advance of the last, which was voted by the audience as being one of tbe best given for some time. Will all comrades and friends intending to assis...
SOME MORE ABOUT THE GOLD WAR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
SOME MCkE ABODT THE GCjLD WAR. (By Pai^s Tones.) Robinson, ? De Beers, Eckstein, V arks, Goertz and all the^est ot the 8onth -Africa^ whose behalf are making ^var upon de fenceless women and child ren, threaten the Imperial government . . with their ' animosity ' if their mines are taxed to pay for the war. \ English soldiers are em ployed t' hunt down and shoot Cecil Rhodes' run away niggers The other day some kaffirs employed at one of the Kimberley mines escaped from the compound. One of them, named Titsane, was after a long chase, shot down by English Tommies, and two others were wounded. Writes a member of the Hospital Corps of the Rhodesian Field Force to a friend in Sydney:— 'Me- thuen leaves nothing for either beast or man. A commandeering party, con sisting of A HORDE OF BLACK fiends (Bechuanas) pre ceeds onr main body, and destroys crops and com mandeers everything in the shape of cattle, tood, waggons, etc. Homesteads are burrt ££-:.;*?. en masse. Brnte force of the most ...
CAMPAIGN NOTES. THE FIGHT BEGINS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901
CAMPAIGN NOTES. A I THE FIGHT BEGINS. Every member is expected to turn up at the Protestant Hall on Monday evening nex't. Be there early. — o — What are you doing for the Campaign Fund ? Have you a collecting - card ? Send along whatever cash you have in hand. It's all wanted. Every member is expocted to do a share of the work. Take off your coats and wire in. — o— Every reader of the The' People must believe in Social ism ; therefore every reader should send along his or her share towards the Campaign Fund. Will Newtown, Leichhardb, Waterloo and Balmain friends make a note of the meetings ad vertised for those districts, and notify headquarters as to what they are prepared to do. — O— All comrades whose names are on the roll of the Newcastle Branch, and others who are in sympathy with our party, will be celled together by the Acting General Secretary, who will send an official circular to each of them for Saturdry next, Feb. 23 — pro- bably at Pike's Hall, Bolton street. — o — Firs...