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SOCIALISM. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club By William Scholl McClubk. j (Reprinted from ' The People ' I Library, New York.) I _ '»40ontioned.) destructive; and) whtfi' 'L 'raptA striking, ia it self laying the foundation of the future state —preparing the way for the socialist revolution. ts first act was the expropriation of the workers from the means of production, the transformation ot individual property into capitalist property, he next stage, in the mUg* .« ? ? .V il. UI1UOI ut wuiuu TTO uvn BI17| 10 blto expropriation of the small capi talist by the large, and the con centration of capital, through the play and pressure of competition, into ever larger masses. Compe tition ' tends irresistibly to epmm nation and monopoly, whioh in productive industries are now taking the form of the trust; in distribution, of the bazaar store. The unmistakably greater effi ciency of massed capital and busi ness organisation on ia large sca'e, will sooner or later render the positio...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE—O! [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

SMOEJS— O i (By Paul Jones.) The total population of the two little Republics was (before the cableman killed 'em all) about equal to that of a third-rate English town. Against this handful was arrayed the might of the English 'empire.' For the sake of illustration and com parison we may liken tbe two Republics to a period, thus (.) ; ... t it. ^ T? ? i:«L. A ana vliu AU^iwu puiyuo w a capital 'o,' thus (O). What a sorry spectacle the whole thing is. How pitiful and absurd is the bombast and skite and rant of the blear-eyed, mutton-headed jingo. The dreary platitudes of Lyne, Barton and the unutterable See, who have all been ranting about Australia's connection with, the 'gloriouBhempire' and Aus tralia's contribution towards the conquest of the Transvaal, and the fighting qualities of Austra lia's swaddles, makes me feel like getting up and clearing ^ the general air with maledictions. And now we are sending another contingent away, and the papers tell me that lots of fellows are a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING ELECTION ITEMS. LET THE WORKING CLASS DIGEST THEM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

INTBKBSTIRG BLB©« TION1TBMS. LET THS WOBKING CLASS DIGEBT THEM. Brown, M.P., will not have lived for nothing, The following items re this individual should aid the workers in grasping the hyyocriiy of the alleged '? Labor' party. The interview and understanding with Mr. Beid is particularly riob : — ' lhs labor leagues in the Cano bias district asked that Mr. T Brown, who is a staunoh free trader, ae well as « labour candi date, and communicated with the freetrade committee in Sydney some days ago on the question of his recognition, and the communi cation was considered at yester day's meeting of the executive of that body. Mr. Reid, the preei dent of the oouncil informed the committee that he had seen Mr. Brown, and had received satisfied torv assurances from him as to his freedom of action. The council thereupon definitely decided' to support Mr. Brown's candidature.' ' Mr. BruWn announced that he waa a firm adherent to the Labor oanae, and also that in regard to flsoal questions ...

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 — 16 February 1901

THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. SOME EVERY-DAY FACTS j (Compiled by Delta.) At the inquest on the body of a man named Davie i, who was suffocated at the Royal George Mine, Cullenbone, it was stated that deceased wt-s attempting to fire a shot at. the 90ft. level to expel the. foul air, when the air overpowered him, and he fell to the 130ft. level. The jury gave a verdict of accidental death, adding a rider urging the neces flif.V of IpfHfllflHrm to rirovAnf Tin. — V ? WW qualified men taking charge of mines. A blasting accident happened at Bandon Grove, near Dungog. A young man named Frank Ikin j was firing a charge of dynamite to blow up a stump. While in the act of lighting the fuse a spark came in contact with the powder, and an explosion took place. Ikin was severely burnt about the fa6e and head, and it is expected that he will lose the sight of one eye. This will spoil his chance of getting a job ; plenty of two-eyed men on the ] market, A man named James Fishwick met with an accident a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

[?] . ' Westralian Worker'* to bawl, in deep mounting.,. Is tbe Wes tralian Labor ntoeaeat deed,?,. A Sydney lafeor ' pe0er- .ttnr teadeT*0 ^ ? ? — o— , , * 'Labor' paper Gyfflpie graciously soppllea it's* ^eadire'wiMI^ ;= pictures of the 'new : :3H-»g; Queen. Howduuri^|||i^|^^f Adelaide M Hesakl^ ' aaeHW H Labor' shseft, aosoaacm tone's death ss - Calamity,' and says that' aU great progress mfefo'liltiiMRf tical history during her re!gtt««i .. due to her non-intsrMrtfrittf/ P.tnen of the ??UeraJd' clste4dfatff,r . - reckon the murder of thousaadi:'M! '--^'; Afican farm eft as a eslMai^aMK^; 7' they pass over with a easaitl^y/.f::# tbe violent deaths of tbe' -r' ; that are daily recorded ia ?isMiig.-.^ profits for Tictoria's cUss. BuV, 1 the demise of an old lady, wm bM,^- - long paused the limit sst evw JMU' .. membovof the fieeeing elaas, is a r national calamity! r-; In tbe ' Peopled HempaMr'^^ (BockhamptonX a aLebor' uNNt,' Wallace Nelson savsi— M^Wbiliiveir^ . view may be te&am...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDUSTRIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

INDIJSTKIAL NOTES (By Omar.) ?The Krupp Ironworks Co. have 4 coalmines, 100 iron mines in Germany and Spain, 3 ocean steamers, 10. miles of shooting ranges, 56? miles of a railway syBtem^|5Qy miles of telegraphic Mp''«|^-%nic communication, WS^^&my'bf 48,679 employees. Socialisation of Industrial Ger many will not be such a hard matter. Trouble is brewing at Coal Cliff Colliery, Bulli; The employers wsint the':; miners to hole the coal on top instead of on the bottom as formerly. The miners con sider the new system will have the effect of reducing their earn ings by 30 per cent. Their ' wages at present are less than those paid at other collieries. In connection with the court proceedings following on the strike at Stockton, Newcastle, the j 'D.T.' (run in the interest of - liberty-loving Lassetter and his 1 class) has gone out of its way' to give a lot of one-sided advice. It says: — 'It iB to be hoped that the prosecutions will do good in the way of deterring the wheelers ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

S trn Hour, Adrawstag aad Wit rssMat 1 psMMi. Haa4tUiaDMrlbcM-t, BlgM aalM op AUvetka* Wisn—Ms BUnM lutoMmimMi HABBY 8TEGK3A and CO. Ths Oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle. The flaoe When joo get Qoed Valat for year' lfcwy,.. -;V .

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

cboK & CO.'S GRAND COMMONWEALTH Sale OF Summer Drapery FOE 14 DAYS ONLY. NOW ON Read our Price Lists .FOE The Great Redactions. Bargains In every Department Tka Whole Stock to.be turned Into (Sash. COOK & 00. ' Economic (Sash Drapers, Gomex HUNTER & WOLFE STS. Newcastle, VISIT ... Strike's AUSTRAL, m BOOT MART W FOB RELIABLE Foot Wear. AUSTBAL QLACEB and ALL KID BALMOBALS. STRIKE'S Boot and Leather Stoves, Comer ol Hunter and Union Street' NEWCASTLE WEST WANTS D.— Addressed to th e Miner* and other users ot DODDS' PICK and other TOOL HAN DLECL that all handles from date of Dodda make will be branded thai — [f TOOL HANDLE If MANUFACTURER, ]) U MAKER, I HUDSON 8T I abo beg to'take this opportunity to THANK the Miners and other users of my handles for their assistance daring the paat 18 yean in bnOding up a little Australian Industry against all obstacles. FEEDEEIO DODDS, 1*10-99 . Adjoining New Flour Mills ?CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, - Nbwcab...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. (Presidential Candidate of the American Socialist Labor Party, 1900), [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

^The SOCIALIST LABOR I PARTY. ! By JoBBPH ftUiLOMEX (Presidential Candidate of the Ameiiean I Socialist Labor Party, 1900), 1 .The sooial life of our time must hare political expression ; the Pooialist Labor Party is the poli tical expression of the life of the working clasB. The instinct which leads man to protect himself also leads any economic class' to protect itself. The control of the powers of government, the ability not only to initiate laws, but also to enforce - them, is protection in its highest form. Every act of a government must be saturated with the spirit of those who carry it through. The mere right to pass laws is nothing, because a law has effect only when the body passing it also has the power to enforce it The privilege of carrying out the spirit of the law is but very little. The legis Jatiue function only becomes tho rough when there is but one stand point in drafting, interpretation, and enforcement. The Socialist Labor Party takes its stand upon the material...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

On Friday Judge Gibson de livered himself of the following : 11 Queen, as true to womanhood as queenhood, GHorjing in the glories of her people, Sorrowing with the sorrows of the lowest,' And, according to on- new King, her last thought was of Killer Kitchener and his army of journey - men butche-*. At its last meeting, in spite of Delegate Moroney's protests, the Sydney Labor Council passed s resolution of sympathy in cunnec tion-with Queen Victoria's death. When the great Pullman railway trouble occurred in America some years ago, and resulted in the whole sale forcible eviction of men, women and children from their homes, the fact was made public that Queen Victoria waa a share holder of the company that perpe trated the oat age against union ism. Bu^f course, Labor Coun cils are not expected to remember the murder of the workers and 'their v ives and children. — o — HABBY STEGGA k CO, The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle The Place where you get Ctoed Va no for your Messy

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

The world needs coal, and in supplying that need , the . worker must produce profits for the capitalist. Precautionary mea sures in the interests of the workers', j^l^^^dd..be;.apt..to. 1 trench upon profits, therefore the interests of capitalism , demand that the men shall work' in a foul atmosphere No worker would consent ttf do so were he not compelled by his physical neces (iti^pir . tfoob is Wagwrtavery.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

IF Y©C HAVE A Butineis or GOODS jlmk ot any kind jou wish r|9 to DISPOSE of advan- H tageotuW comma icate If with JV N.RUMEISEN 153 Bro06HHII-STKBBT : DARLINGHURST. Restaa anfa and 8*ores SuppUed Below Market Bates EMPORIUM COFFEE PALACE 711 - GEORGE - ST., HAYMARKET. (Opposite Anthony- Horderns), One minute from fiedfern Bailway Station PSfiD PONT ANBLLA, Proprietor. Fint-diM MeaUi 6d Be-?», Is per night (separate rooms) Board and Residence from-ris per wsck. Splendid, Aooommodstioa for Tntvellers Tiiitors '/rom the Country will find this . . . / the lM«t ia f ydnsy. .

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
American Civilisation. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

American Civilisation. The following vigorous para graph from an Amerioan paper would be amusing if there were not so much truth in it : — ' The following is a sample of Christian civilisation in these United States Out of our population of 70,000,000 souls we have 60,000 clergymen to help civilise us, 90,000 lawyers to help diBtort justice, 85,000 pro fessional criminals and fully ten times as many non-union crimi nals, mostly in high society and in Congress, 75,000 paupers and only 6000 authors and scientists/ We have 1,000,000 tramps andj 5400 professors ; 127,000 bar-j tenders and 97Q0 actors ; 5,000,000| common laborers and 9300 de4 signers and inventors. It can be] truthfully said that we have dis-| covered how to make money; bufc not how to make men.' J

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SOCIALIST PLEDGE [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

A SOCIALIST PLEDGE ONB of the 'Political Demands' of the Australian Socialist League reads as follows : — 'All the public delegates to be sub ject to recall by their reapective con etituenciea' The Socialist League not only puts this forth as a demand to be nliutAii nn the Statute book, to be applied to every elected official, hut demands that any one nomi nated as a Socialist candidate Shall abide by this principle amd render himself subject to recall by his constituency — the organ ised Socialist movement. To this end, the Six Socialist Candi dates for the Federal Senate have signed their resignation of the office they are starting for, and have left their signatures in the keeping of the General Executive of the Australian Socialist League. ? ? ? Andrew Thomson, James Owen Moroney, Henry Edmnnd Hol land, John James Morrish, John Neill, and Thomas Melling have each signed as indicated, in accordance with the constitution of- the Australian Socialist League. ? . ? ? ' Trust th9 Peo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

Mraifesto of the Socialist Labor Party, N ^aTDER to give practical effect to the principles of Socialism through the .Ballot-box, the members of the Australian f* ; JL Socialist League have decided to enter the Political field, recognising that onlybythis means can the working-class obtain ' A f control of the Governmental machinery, and the aims of Soaialism he realised. Hence, a new, force, makea its advent into Australian Politics, standing only and uncompromisingly for the working-claas. That new force is - * THB SOCIALIST LABOR PAlfe . U - ^ ^ With the establishment of the Anstralian' Commonwealth, new industrial: deVelopmentewill take -place— *^£v$n taking place, and the political and class divisions created by conflicting industrialand clasa interests will be more rigidly drawn ' i than hitherto. These new developments will more than aver necessitate the existencebf a Socialist political party — a fighting party , ' . ; — aiming at the complete overthrow of Capitalism — i.e.,...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. OFFICES: KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, MARKET & YORK-STS., SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST ClitJB. - OFFICES: KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, MARKET k -YOBK-STS., SYDNEY. Subscription! i Males, 61 per week i ' Female* 8.1. You can become a member at any time by sending four weeks aobwription with your name and addreaa-to the Secretary at the shore oSoea. Com ade- a firing from other part* o the world can baoome membera.frae of charge b- presenting their credential* ., uotil *uoh' time .' that . they obtaia «m. ' ployment. ;; v: V ir; uiud room* open e-ery night. The General Public will be admitted on Snnday*, At Marx Htijll -oft Saturday; even ing lastly the International Socialist Club called together the members of the AS.L. and other workers for an evening's enjoyment. The hall was simply overcrowded' with people of everv nationality — Germany, Italy, Holland, Eng land, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, America, and pretty well every other civilised country was re presented there. There were songs, duets and choruses in German, Italian and English ; the singing...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

? ^ | Wanted to know, if Labor 0om| missioner Sohey is still .secretary! of the Protectionist political or|| gameation. Months after his ap| pointment to the civil service he i£ called the 'retiring secretary,' ba| here is nothing abonthis snoceBsoi^ published. When does he retire f| John Franklin was struck by| a bale of wool while working on| the ship Star of Victoria, lyixur, at Pyrmont Wharf. Franltilj was knocked down and hi8 rijs4« leg fractured. ? — o— * Works Minister O'Sullivan ob jeots to Australia being 'a work shop of the Kanaka or Asiatic to the profit of a few capitalists or planters.' The' tiooialists want a white Austria to wo k for the benefit of the whole Australian people. That creed is too revolu tionary for the testimonialised agent of trades-union offioial Job bers. HABBY STBOMJA and CO, for Dungaree Ttoumk ( eit Amerioan) Moleikin 'Crouien Working Shirt* and-Flanneli Olauie 87 of the Federal Consti tutional is ' Braddon's Blot.' It means that for every. £1 req...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

life . :'? - ^$$0-) ? AMBBSnMrfbtfwri^ '':'? .*. U . T?OB»k» T1 0. COLLARS. SHIRTS » '' Ali& *4 1 ep-C5@»' HaSfe ' -;: , - GIL3ERT BORLBR, Tfe* eity Hatter ap4 UlartT, I»7 HPNTBB »»RB«T. ,, . fe^-,.v.JL. ? - ' jmS;'- ., -- : flbcrt C^«nitw»,'JSolfon Mtri 1 t, ^i^:''IT^n^XOir|^^„ilMd^ Baal' £ , BOIg;#9fli!^-Ni^^ : ,?, j. ? l^'r.r- „ ' rr* BCOT MOKitTi to Land ateijw*# lV£t ; JL Batee. Mr. W- H. BAKEB, 8oll iys/i'.-' : t ttor.ete., Gommwion*r tor tb» Anafcra ||W'i^-- ,' v B»i Cotontw. Boltori-atreet,. Newcastle $& y-''-' ' ?-':' ABBOTT ud WOOD, Solieihim, £ -f '.A* '. !? » ABTflUE WOOD, Votary fi, '- k fSSk. Wood** Obamben. SeotUtMoC, ? Money to lend in' tog* or IE ?,. ' ' .mH B IHIEBN A T IO N All K ' r- A SOCIALIST i hVB, Kidman'# ' 'v Baiidinp, Mrner York and ' M*rket-*t» |;J , Bjfcfr.in lilting jSorope tn and Agwri orgM* aid magaaincs are &/?'??:' :''-v-;: ^'IWI ' Iqi , Members* o*e. ';. Committee at8p.m,v ' . '-? f*. Q G&OFTa* K..fyr; .:-.?'' ^ lVv...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

what seeiaLisM is. The ethios of Socialism are identical with the ethics of Christianity.— En oy clopaedia Brittanica. The abolition of that individual action on whioh modern societies depend, and ' the substitution of a regulated system of co-operative action. — Imperial Diction. a*y. A theory of sooiety that advocate) % more precise, orderly, and harmonious arranffflmflnt of tlin annlal mIb^am. .- mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed —Webster. A science of reconstructing sooiety. on an entirely new basis by substituting the principle of association for »»?* of oom- Setition in every , branch of human in ustry— Worcester's Dictionary. : Any theory or qr.ten' 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 | would introduce a more perfect and equal die tributaon of the products of labor, and would make land and capital, as the in struments of production, the...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. CROUDACE'S COLLIERIES. AND THE SELLING PRICE OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 February 1901

MR. GROUDAGE'S COLLIERIES. AND THE SELLING PRICE OF COAL. Mr. Thomas Croudacb is general manager of the Scottish Australian Mining Company, Limited, and he has entered into a solemn agreement, along with other coalowners, to pay the miners who work for him on a 8liding-scale system, to be regu lated according to the rise or fall in the price of coal. The price of round coal, Mr. Croudace tells his miners, is now lis per ton, which entitles the miners to a 4s 2d per ton hewing rate. And that iB the rate at which the men working in «£5Mr. Croudace's collieries are being paid. Last year, because of a clumsy agree ment alleged to have been fixed up by Premier Lyne, the Newcastle miners received 2d par ton extra for a given period — bnt only as a loan. Thb Pboplb asserted at that time that coal was being sold at a considerably higher price than ? that stated by the c wners, and that consequently the miners were more than entitled to the 2d advance according to the sliding scale agreement...

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