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The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
The Socialist Press As* sistance Pond. — y— — Previously acknowledged, £120 10s 3d. D.C., 2s ; E.H.. Is ; S. S., 2s ; A.R., 2s ; D.A., 2s ; S.C. C., 2s ; J.N., 6d ; J.O.M., 2s 6d ; J.J.M., 2s 6d ; J.H.; 3s ; W.S., 2s ; H.K., 2s 6d ; Domain Collection, 14s. Total, £122 8ft 3d.
SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. WHAT IT STANDS FOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. WHAT IT STANDS FOR. The Collective Ownership ot all the means of life — the land, machinery, factories, houses, shops, and means of transit. A system under which all the people shall be well fed, housed, clothed, and educated. The abolition of the sys tem which makes slaves of the majority for the enrich ment of the few. The abolition oi Capital ism — which means the de gradation of the many, for no other reason than that the small class now owning all the sources of life, riot in luxury and idleness. Socialism — which means the well-being of all. There is a Class Struggle to-day between the Workers, the majority, and the Capitalists, the iewr The Socialist Labor Party stands for the workers. Black and Rae, two D.T. pets, have been appointed to reply to the D.T.'s- ex posure of the fakir move ment. The fanny part of the business is that Shirker Black wrote the very same kind of stuff in the D.T. some three or four years back, using the same or worse language, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
GRAND COMMONWEALTH Sale OF Summer \ Drapery FOR 14 DAYS ONLY. NOW OA/. Read our Price Lists FOB The Great Reductions. Bargain* In every Department The Whole Stock to be turned Into -3aab. COOK & CO. Economic Gash Drapers, Corner HUN1EB k WOLFE ST8. Newcastle. VISIT . . . Strike's AUSTRAL Sfj BOOT MART FOB RELIABLE Foot Wear. AUSTBAL OLACEE and ALL KID BALMOBALS. STRIKE'S Boot and Leather Stoves, Coiner of Huntsr and Union Street* NEWCASTLE WEST WANTS D.— Addressed to th e Miners and other users of DODDS' PICK, and other TOOL HAN -DIES, that all handles from date of Doddi' sake will be branded thai — -^ffDODS^^ [f TOOL HANDLlL W II MANUFACTURER, 11 11 MAKER, I) \\A HUDSON 8T., JJ ^^fcfrf.TON, I also beg to take this opportunity to SHANK the Miners and other users of id J handles for their assistance' during the past 18 years in building up a little Australian Industry against all obstacles. FBEDEBIO DODDS, 1-1049 Adjoining New Flour Mills CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-stre...
The Tinsmiths' Union and "The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
The Tinsmiths' Union and 'The People.' The following letter from the Tinsmiths' Union shows that the The People's work is being ap preciated: — Trades Fall, Goulburn-st., Feb 28,1901. Dear Sib, — As per instructions received from the above society, I hare much pleasure in conveying to'you a hearty vote of thanks for your action in exposing the firm of Las-etter and Oo , Ltd., in con nection with our strike or lock out, whilst the great d'ily papere, which make so much slobber about the freedom of the press, positively refused to mention that firm's nam 3, because they feared the loss of a few golden sovereigns. But, although they may gain tempo rarily, they must lose in the long run, because it vhows to the great body of unionists what a useless and corrupt press we have in our midst. Wishing you every sncoess, I remain, yours ia unity, Bobt. Boxall, Secretary. To the Editor, Thk People.
BARTON & SWEATING. BARTON at Newtown: [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
BARTON & SWEATING. Barton at Newtown : There was sweating in every country in the world. There was sweating here and in Victoria, and in the greatest freetrade country on earth — England. Who denied that sweating was rampant In England ? England is the head of that glorious Empire, that Tosspot, 'the Australian Nationalist,' would have us hang on to Sweating is rampant in England be cause tha-* ^country is go verned by politicians of the Barton- Keid stamp — capi talist politicians. Sweating is rampant in Victoria and New 8outh Wales for the very same reason. Sweat ing exists wherever capi' talism exists Capitalism gives birth to sweating, and the only way to kill it is to overthrow capitalism and build the Co-operative Commonwealih. . hat is the programme of the Aus tralian' Socialist Labor Party. weated workers, vote for the Socialist Six. Vote for the Australian Socialist Republic, where wealth and happiness will be common to all.
Federal Election Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
Federal Election Gam* paigri Pond. Previously acknowledged, £29 Is Od. Newtown Collection, 4s 9£d ; W;b., Is ; S.C.C , 10s ; K J., 5s ; O.W., Is ; S.McM., 2s ; A. A., Is ; W.H., Is ; A.P., Is ; O.D. Is ; J.W,, Is ; A Friend, 10s ; J. E.C., 2s ; K.W., 2s ; R.D., 10s ; V.L., 10s ; Tradeis Hall Collection, 5s ; W.McI., 2s 6d ; Per D. McNeill, West Wallsend, 15b. Total, £33 6 3id. Amongst Protestant Hall Col lection were two half-sovereigns.
PLAIN WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
PLAIN WORDS. Toby Tosspot. ' They could adopt one policy which made sweating inevitable, and another which made it unnecessary.' The first policy is capitalism, advocated by Barton and Beid and their followers ; the second is Socialism advocated by the Socialist Labor Party. Workers of New South Wales, you vote in your own interests only when you vote solidly for the Socialist Six. Sunlight Soap Gray told a Broken Hill audience that ' he had not considered the national isation of the mines question.' If Barrier miners wants that question in the hands of honest men, they will vote for the Socialist Labor Party. .TflE People gave such prominence to this qnestion that at the be ginning of the present New South Wales Parliament, Edden moved for a coal mine to be nationalised, and when the vote was taken there were seven of what Sam Smith wants designated ' ad vanced liberals ' absent, while Ferguson, one of the Broken Hill ' Labor ' repreBentitives, voted against the proposal. Will Barr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
HARRY bTEGGA & CO. Hj® oldeit Clathing Store in Newoaglle ThePla-e where you get Good Yklue for your » Honey. »., ? ? The proposal of a syndicate to the Railway Commissioners to erect grain elevators and work them must be Bat upon — hard. Any arrangement made by the Lyne Jobbing Ministry should be immediately; upset when Parliament meets,' if there's sufficient ' honesty among ? the . politicians to do it. Not a word is heard of from politicians — . even 'from the u advanced liberals '—about the shameless !,- further prorogation of-- Parlia- ment. Wanted, some ; 'honest' working-class representatives. Vote for. the Sooialist . Labor Party. . HABBY, ffFBGKU A COA-l . The oldM& OloOting i« ; v.-, : ? v ? : : ?: Tho Pta*
A "BLACK" LIE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
[?] When the capitalist newth peperman finds thtft his case |g; raid, bealwayBresorts to lying j and inthelastissue of Sydney ^Worker?' Mr. Geo. Black--who is entltleai» rank as a capitalist journalist , by reason of the su^ portgiyen by his paper to'the Beidfause—does not depart, from - thai beaten track. Ur. Black is very ?. much con- -: ceracd- kbout our exposure of .his supprawion of Lassetter's name in connection with the Tin smith's Lockout ; and, ia the ab sence : . of : any solid ground on which to justify his own . con duct, he just shrieks that this ' paper is . a ' rat printed ' sheet. When Mr. Black penned those , lines he knew that his statement was a reprehensible lie. Thb Pboplb has, right throughout the whole course of its financially rock-strewn career, consistently ., refuised to employ any but mem bers of the Typographical Asso- . oiation. While at Newcastle, our / office was always recognised as a 'fair ' office of the local onion, and because we were 'so recog n...
WATERLOO BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
WATERLOO BRANCH. This branch held its usualfort nightly meeting in the Primitive Methodist eohoolroom, Baglan-st^ Waterloo, on February 20, Com rade Batho in the chair. After the usual routine work, it was re solved that the meetings of this branoh be prorogued until the first week after the elections, to enable every member to attend the Cam paign Committee meetings, held Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8 p.m. It iB hoped tbat members of the Waterloo Branch will strain every nerve, and attend as many meetings as possible; for now is tbe time to show onr engergy.— . A, B. Pboud, hon. sec.
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
[?] \ Shall you oomplain who feed the - . world-— ^ ^ % Who olothe the world— Who honae the worlds— . flball yon oomplain who arc the world. Of what the world .may do? II from this hoar You'd use your power, ? The world must follow yon ! THE PEOPLE ii-iiSBho; World lor the World', Workers
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
I '? ' I lie People' Office THB seeiALIST I LABOR PARTY. THE CANDIDATES FOR T HE FEDERAL SENATE. Thi following members have been selected by the Australian Socialist League, as the Candi dates for thiB Federal Senate. ANDREW THOMSON JAS. 0. MORONEY H. E. HOLLAND J. J. MORRISH ' JOHN NEIL THOMASL MELLING. These are the Socialist Six. Every worker should vote solid. The first blow struck for Social ism in Australia, XJSJE PEER ESS POWDER. — 0— The Beet that Money can Buy All Urocers. BILBERT BROS. COACH FACTORY, 35S * 357 Hunter St. west. EVER ST Description of VEHICLE ' kuilt to Order. 0! the Newest Design, with the BBS! MATERIALS. Carriages, Sulkies, Buggies, Spring Carts, etc. ES1IMATK8 GIVEN Repairs Promptly Executed. Sulkies a Speciality. F. Q. CROFTS, BOOKSELLER, A. A Co.'s Bridge, Newcastle. Sec our new snd choice variety of Birth day Cards. Our 1 1 ? Box of Stationery is the Best. New Books for School Prise*, landing OROFTS A. A. Co.'s ridge, Bookseller The inte bn ation al SO...
VOTE FOR THE SIX. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
VOTE FOR THE SIX, : Axbeadt an effort is being made to split up the r ocialist vote in the interests of certain fraudulent politicians. Thk PxoPLt again draws . the attention of the. workera-tothe fact that outside - .tbe. candidates of* the -8ooialiat ? Labor Party there are no working ;: dam politicians in' this fight, and - to vote for any but the six '.ooial iste will, therefore, mean to give a . blackleg vote against the working dan itself. , That is what no , h,oneet working-class man should . . do, -Furthermore, the Sooialist .--Labor Patty doeen't want any ' totes that are not given as a matter ot prinoiple; and no vote can be a principle' vote unless the fall tioket is voted. There are only sir Socialists in the field, conse quently there are only six working olass candidates to be voted for. They are . A, THOMSON T. MELLING J. NEILL H.E. HOLLAND J. 0. MORONEY f r J. J. MORKISH. . Workers,/ voted; solidly for this tickst on Maroh 29. ^ \ ^ * 'Va-V
POLITICAL DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
POLITICAL DEMANDS. 1, Abolition of the Legislative Council. ' , . ' 8. Introduction of the Initiative and Referendum ; the people to .1^ propose lawa, stnd to vote upon all maters ef im portance. ' 8. One Adult One Tote. 4. Polling Day to be a Public Holiday. 5. All Publie Delegates to be subject to recall by the respective 4 fti Administration of Juaticc to be free of charge. Abolition of Flogging, Capital Punishment, and Solitary Confinement. - 7. Every employee in the Publio Service to have the full rights of eitiaonBhip.. No member . to be discharged for the expression of his political opinioii, or for taking part in any political agitation.
What the Glass Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
What tbe Glass Straggle Is. ? * ? The class struggle ia a. struggle between those who haye and those who have not ; a straggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ;ja atrngg e between those who take and those who mabe; a struggle between thoBe who exploit aad those who resist exploitation ; a struggle be tween the capitalist class, whioh must continue to exploit in o.der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'as-, which must put an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working olass the entii e structure of industrial sooiety.
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. The ethioa of Sooialism are identical with the ethics of Christianity; — En 07 clopsedia Brittanics. The abolitaon of that individual action on whio'i modern societies depend, and thir substitution of a regulated system of co-operative action. — Imperial Diction ary. A theory of sooiety that advocatei a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the sooial relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. . A, soienoe of reconstructing society on an entirely new basis by substituting the prirciple of association for that of com petition in erery branoh of human in dustry— Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or syiten of local organi sation which would abolish entirely or in great put the individual effort and competition on whioh modern society rests and substitute 00- operation 1 would introduce a more perfeot and equal dis tribution of the products of labor, and wonld make land and capital, as the in struments of production, the joi...
SOCIALISM. A paper read before the Albany Press Club (Reprinted from "The People" Library, New York.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
SOCIALISM. A paper read before ' the Albany Press Club By William Scholl McClurb. (Reprinted from ' The People ' Library, New Tork.) (Continued.) T is frequently urged, and with some show of plausibility, that to &nbsp; enlarge the sphere of the state would only give greater scope to the corruption which is now such a marked feature of our legislative bodies. Puch an argument indi cates the failyre to trace the evil to its source, or to appreciate how wholly changed the conditions would be. Corruption arises from an opposition of private to jublic interests, So long as there is the possibility of individuals further ing their own private interests at the expense of the public, so long will there be legislative corruption. Self-interest is confessedly the basis of our competitive system. It is accepted, apparently, with a sort of vague idea that in some way or other the sum total of in dividual selfishness is the common weal The ancients were wiser. Said Cicero: 'One thing ou...
OPENING THE CAMPAIGN. THE PROTESTANT HALL MEETING. SPEECHES BY THE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 2 March 1901
OPENING THE CAMPAIGN. THE PROTESTANT HALL MEETING. SPEECHE8 BY THE CANDIDATES. Fob weekB the Protestant Hall meeting was looked forward to not altogether without some de gree of anxiety. For was it not to be' the great historical event that would, proclaim our advent into the political field as a dis tinct uncompromising party des tined to carry the working-class banner to ultimate victory. The triumph of that meeting has al ready been recorded. Below are printed the'speeches delivered by the several candidates. THE CHAIRMAN. Mr. MORBISH said : Knowing, as the intelligent workers must, thatinthecomingFederal election they can expect no direct repre Mentation of their class interests by the old parties, we, the Social ist Labor Party, feel sure we will receive from own class fair play and earnest support; (Hear, hear.) Some of our friends criti cise our action in placing six can didates in the 'field for the Federal Senate, and others con sider we are premature in enter ing the polit...