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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

/ HARRY BTEGGA & CO, Th# oldest ClathingStora in Newoa*tU . Th* Place ; whan yon gat Good Valdp tor your Homy. noiur, aidvRttikig Mt boupmuos O* wrtriboui sif' VuM n- Mmkll 1— n—hlnBrtM. «

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

THE PEOPLE Weekly Oigu of AwtraHan Socla|i«m. PrtMitoi Batorta? XWafat *» KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS. Consr York and Market-st»„ SYDNEY, SDSSOBIPXIOH. Haw Bo«h WalM. OuTM{tattniw) it ? On* Qautac . .. „ i. Sfafto.Oow .. .. u, ? AovaaTiBXiaHis. . Stast* lanrtloa— Hxt imok,S«M ; wAseK* , S»Mial mwii unU for pt««(ljny ocn^tHi ' / . AlVoommnnisattoni, fitsraiy. and bari new. to bsaddtawsd, simI cmaues; F O, Oidw*. Pottsl SetM eto^ to to mads to B . E. HOLLAND, Managing ^ BABHY 8SX0OA Ml 0O, --&?* dpOinf^StaFa

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INFAMY OF CAPITALISM. WHY THE WORKERS MUST VOTE FOR SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

. THE INFAMY OP capitalism. WHY THE WORKERS MUST VOTE FOR SOCIALISM. , , - WHEN the forces of Labor and 'Capital met in. that great un v equal struggle known in history -as the Maritime Strike, there was ' no stauncher support given to the Sydney Unionists than that which came from the Barrier workers ; . ; and it was a desire on the part of the mining companies to stem that tide of assistance that added : to the infamous records of Capi talism in this province, that other crime against oar working-class humanity known as the ' second Broken Hill strike.' 'That strike was a look-out. When the com u ' ' panies found that their efforts, to prevent assistance going to the Sydney Unions were of no avail, they determined to close down the-' mines. And' T' purpose to here give you a few episodes of oeonnrences in that great indus trial war. 'Twas during that period the Hon. Edmund Barton aoted as administrator of the NAW. Government. Edmund Barton, 'the friend of the tolling slave,' the m...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Labor Council. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

Sydhey Labor -3oandl. Whbj tbe Council met on February 28, with Mr. T. H. Thrower in the chair, the buiiness of the evening resolved itself into a discussion on the action of Mr. Thrower, President of the S.L.C., in taking the chair for Mr, B, D. Meagher. The Ironworkers Aasistants, the Tobacco Workers Union, and also the P.L.L', ha*1 forwarded com munication* condemning Mr. Thrower'* action Mr. Thrower asked to be allowed to make an explanation. He appeared to take matter* rather badly, and said that as a workar who had always anpported labor he was placed in an awkward poaition by the P.L.L. only nominating two candidate* for the Senate, ana thereby leaving erery worker, to ?sleet font other men to represent them because they were eompelled to rote for six. Mr. Fabte moved : ' That this Connoil diiapproves of the action of the President in taking the chair for Mr. Meagher.' He said that as a worker he believed in solid arity, and held that when any member of the Executive took tbe...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRIUMPH OF CAPITALISM. THE EFFECT—"STUNTED MENTALLY, MORALLY, AND PHYSICALLY." AN ATTEMPTED REMEDY. TEN GIRLS IN A ROOM. "IT'S JUST 'EAVENLY." [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

THB TRIUMPH OF CAPITALISM. THE EFFECT—' STUNTED MENTALLY, MORALLY, AND PHYSICALLY;' AN ATTEMPTED REMEDY. TEN GIRLS IN A ROOM. ' IT'S JUST 'EAVENLY.' Stomv 'D.T.' of Monday last reported a state of things to which the capitalist press doesn't often give publicity— the fi thy and im moral conditions under whici many women of the work'ng-class are compelled by capitalistic conditions ?u arc ±t it toeie reported so that the efforts of certain weil meaning peopln to ameliorate the a6ect instead of seeking to remove the cause may be noticed. Here are tome extracts from the 'D.T,' article : The who'e object of the insti? tutton (Working and Factory Gins Olab) is to farther the well-being of working and factory girls. A home is provided for these girls for 8* a week, while others, such as needlewomen, teachers. typewriter*, waitresses, whose em* J'oyment keeps- them engaged all ay, a-e provided with comfortable beds at the moderate rate of 5s per week. « There are those,' says the last repo...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

[?] - R.;-Deen Meagher;- wi^. ;fia4 * dttck* to'Wt'ttjfe theworking els* into voting for hicm - What'stldsr: .^SmWsmutii eipar tunnmg m«lL4 il8wn«^ . cut aa aai oDnoneosox y. Fakir Hughes' for iV/e»t Sjdrfw. ' 1 he gods would be unkind indeed it thiirtW Welsh m 1 lviaion difappears ^«m the o«U Parliamentary e!ectoraUsl Qaery i Will yam i-mith tell as whether - the workeis owe »Uegi*noeto lis - . , munidipalor his perllamntMjr.ool- -. the ratss M'Arthur aad paying their girla or. tbtir JiifUt - ^ out-workers , m the slop-cl^tp^B M The eaadldate wlw di»el-Bre«^iis fall' belief in the ; Labd^-: Platforv ' while be folIomr Beid or Barton . . vast be set doan.w uimoere. Iw lallbsi ene or t'trtber/he qmunI: : fight under the Labor stasdard.'* This is from Sydney 'Shirker^,.* and ercin judged / Thomas: Watson( Brown, * Law, ; Spence, M'Ctowen, Hnghes, Vsr guson, Sleatb, *t at, 'eannot fight under the Labor standard.' The ??Shirker' thus asserta-^M Taa Pxofu does— that the only cineere .wor...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN APPEAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND AND "THE PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — People — 9 March 1901

AN APPEAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND AND ' THE PEOPLE.' Bv direction of the General Executive an appeal is. hereby made to all friends and supporter* for a speetal effort in aid ot the Campaign Fond and Taa PaoriiB. ' Whilit being 'deeply sensible aad grateful tor all thathai already been subaoribed and with * full reoignftion ot the heavy a .d continuous oalis whiah the work of the movement makes on all eonoerned, vet the Execu tive feel justified in asking from all who eaa afford it increased flaccid sup port for Oampaigi purposes. We want our manifesto' distributed, .roadooast throoghoat New Sooth Wales: and the Commonweal th — at the very' least 100,000 are necessary — besides leaflets. This means cash. We also want to print a special Campaign Issae of Tax Paoru, whioh is impossible with our present Scandal reeonroee. We are in the theik of the flght- 'We axe making oonverts.- Socialism is gaining a hearing saeh as was never before possible in Australia. Speakers cannot go erery. whe...

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

RBMOYHL. Af terlhis date all communica* tions for The People must be addressed to KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, Corner YORK & MARKET STS. Sydney. To Oaf Lambton and New Lambton Readers. Anm this date, Tkk Pxopli will be posted direot from the offibe to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount of subscriptions will be collected quarterly by MR. ,T. MELLING, of New lambton. »S- !' b ^ .-?iU-T-i ? ; -- ? rfV s;. v - , . :*ir, & ' H* I 4 htf ob. « y~ : S.-) i- -SL . . '2|. Printed and published for the.. proprietors by Henry Edmund :i~Holland;at Kidman's BuUdinga ' boraer York and Market-sta, ? -

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

DUBHAM HOTEL, MAITLAM) BQAD, ISIiWaTOH. - VaMbak the 'Bint Braad* of lotion ?am*. Aeooamodatum for Bowdm J?'-- '' Abo. an nj^to-date HAT, , v :: :'- GII3BRT HOKLBRf Tfe* city Ratter al M«rc-i-, 1»7 HUHTlB BTRBgT. ; :' m A. BRAT « 'X ? SoUeftor, Ac. . Oomi Chwahm, Bolton Otmt, , !^y- ' ? ??' ''?' Newesitlo ' '? ' - mBUST MOHBYBto kmd-oii BmI JL or Per*o*aI8emiritj. JAME8 ? DART, BoUcdtot, Ao«, CoramU«-oner tor AfldariU, BottDn-*&rMtw*woMtl*. 80IJrai^ 4o. fto ' ' J** '' ' ObnadMionev forAfldavil* , II^V- v- ' WlgOHSTBEW. JfawoMti*. - - rpKUST MONEYS to Lend at curren , X Bat**. Mr.W.H. BAKER, Soli /?' - cltor, alb*, OoBodMioner lor the Aortra Umi ColocU*. Boltom-atmt, HowcMtto r,:,- --T'. '. 1 i ? Vn. , I ? ?? I . r I s A BBOOT Md WOOD. Solicitor*, ft - „ ; jQl J. ARTHUR WOOD, Vote? . ' BnUfe. Wood'* Chamber*, Seotfestroet, ? ' Hrw*nU*. Moaarj to load in large or ; ' WUM . ? ? \ . ? ARTIFICIAL TBBTH, Old Plato* repaired & remodelled BLiACKAIjL & HUNT - ? V Ohwa...

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

'' ' OF THE b AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEABUE (Adopted Easier, 1898). ' ltfork«rs ?( all eoaatrlMt Dnlt* !'— MABX. s\ ' WHB capitalist form . of Society inwhich we atpresent ^ 4k- Iiv£- and - which the capitalists uphold, is based C ; upon class supremacy, maintained b) class goverff . ment through the private ownership of the means ^ ?* of production, distribution, ( and exchange. I', This economic power, this possession by the landlord and capitalist class ot the whole of the forces of wealth production, puts the working-class in complete subjec \ tion to the said dominant class, thus depriving the great/ mass ot the people ot the full product of their labor. , As the present system is thus based upon class an - tagonisms and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will $£5^ only permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth f ?, ' in the form of commodities lor sale, paying to them as pt' iragea but one-third ot the wealth so produced, and tak jfe ing for themselves the other two-th...

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

Ironworkers Assistants. - This anion held its fortnightly meeting on -Wednesday, Feb.; 27. . Correspondence from Dalley Fedenu Committee, Sam - Smith . Testimonial Fond, Trades-'Hall Committee, Tinsmith's Soolety^ -. Registrar of Friendly Societies; Resolved : '. That we reoeive v '-;? a deputation from the. Daltey Federal Committee at the next meeting.' Resolved : 'That we decline to have anything to do with the ? Sam Smith Testimonial.' Resolved : ' That we forward our protest to the ' Worker ' in reference to the manner in which that paper dealt with the Tin smith s trouble at Lassetters.' . The secretary was instructed to write to Sydney Labor Council condemning the action of Mr. Thrower, President of the S.L.C., in taking the chair for Mr. R. D. Meagher. Delegates report, from the Sydney Labor Council was re ceived. also report of delegates who waited on the men at Gran ville. Resolved : ' That a meeting be held at Gtanville on* Friday, March 8, tc try and persuade the men up t...

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

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. The olass struggle is a struggle between those who have and those who have not ; a struggle between those who do not produoe and those who do produoe ; a strung e between those who take and those who make; a struggle between those who exploit and those who resist exploitation ; a struggle be tweeu the capitalist olaae, which must continue to exploit in q der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working c'as ?, which must pu6 an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entne. structure of induat ial society.

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

what seeiALisn is. The ethiea of Socialism are identical with the ethics of Ohristhnity. — Enoy clopsedia Brittanioa. The abolition of tbat individual action on whioh modern societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of co-operative action. — Imperial Diction ary. A theory of society that advocate i a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. ' A soienoe of reconstructing society on an ertirely new basis by substituting the priroiple of association for that of com Setition in every branch of human in ustry* — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or systen of local organi. Ration whioh would abolish entirely or in great put the individual effort and competition on whioh modern society rests and substitute co-operation | would introduce a more perfect and equal dis tribntion of the products of labor, and would make land aad capital, as the in struments ' of production, the join...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Ominous Event. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 March 1901

.\n Ominous Event. The most serious and ominous event in the trade-unioa world since the year began is the infcima ticn by the Scottish ooalowners that they intend to enforce a sub stantial ieduotion in miner* ' wages. The announcement, coming almost simultaneously with the reeelve of the men to ballot on the question of adopting a five days a week pol cy, indicates pretty dearly the different methods by whioh the em ployers and the workmen seek to mitigate the effects of declining trade. That after two years of un paralleled protperity whioh las been almost entirely reaped by the ooalowners, they should at the very first fell in prices aeik to reduce wages is a faot whioh does not make for industrial peace, tuid tbe men cannot be blamed if they should endeavor .to resist to the uttermost any attempt to maiatain the saoredness of profits at the ex pense of labor.—' Labor Leader (Sootland).]

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Who Are to be Killed. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 March 1901

Who Are to be Killed. The Chartered Company have placed an order in Germany for twelve batteries of quick-firing guns. They are making provision for slaughter on a grand scale — or else for terrorising people. Who are to be killed or mbdued by terror? This sort of thing suggests that some stupendous seheme of brigandage is on hand rather than honest commerce. The driving of bargains, while batteries of quick, firing guns are visible, available to hasten a settlement, is somewhat of an innovation in trade.— 'Brotherhood.' ;

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Where Was Boiler ? [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 March 1901

Where Was Bailer ? At one period in the history of the capitalistic war in Boerland, Buller's name 6gared prominently in the cable news only by reason of the fact that Buller was missing, and no one seemed to know where he had got to. The People learns from 'O f'ortuguez' (a paper Srinted in Laurengo Marques) of [ov. 21, that that journal is notj prepared to deny that its conductors were asked to publish details of a compromise effected be tween De Wet and Buller. It is alleged that Buller was eap tured by the resourceful Boer leader, and held prisoner for Bome time, being released by De Wet after pledging his word of honor that he would not again fight ?gainst the Boers. Buller was de prived of his military decorations, but otherwise suffered in no degree during his oaptivity. It is alleged that this was the reason for Buller's return to England.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEN COLUMN TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 March 1901

PEN COLUMN* TO THE EDITOB. Sib,— I should like to draw public attention in the colnmns of Tht PsopIiE, a newspaper not nnder the heels of the capitalist, and not muz zled by any Government Depart ment) to the position, - condition, and treatment of the worn out workers in the Goverment asylums, or workhonses and chronio hospi tals of New South Wales, as an illustration of the nselessness-in the House of the so-called ' Labor Party ' in the manner that it is at present constituted,- and as testify ing that the alleged labor candi date has had ' his teeth drawn,' and only yelps when his self inter est is at stake, or when political capital can be made to prolong his unworthy political life. There is no independent visiting committee, or similar body, to whom the in mates of the Government institu tions can appeal. The whole of tbe power is vested in the offioials, so no redress can be obtained against officii tyranny and bad treatment. Therefore the representatives of labjr have on se...

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

CAMPAIGN NOTES. The fight is booming. The Socialist Labor Party has made a big im pression everywhere. Meetings all along the 'line have been splendid. . More cash is wanted. It is coming in well ; but we must raise that £100. If Everybody works it will be | done. v- . — o— I Mr, Paul Ferris assisted by first-class talent, will I; give an entertainment at Marx Hall, on Friday even ing March 22, at 8 o'clock, in aid of the Campaign Fund 'Twill be a splendid entertainment. Tickets, ? single 6d ; family tickets is. Push them and pack the hall, and come and enjoy yourselves. Marrickville meeting was fairly attended and the audience was appreciative, Thomson and Moroney were the speakers. — 0— Thomson and Morrish had a select audience at North Sydney and were asked to come again, Rockdale meeting on Saturday night was a fine one, Moroney and Morrish being the speakers. Both were in good form and made a big impressiQn. Promises of solid suppo(;: were given. We want workers every where to ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WORD OF CHEER. FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — People — 16 March 1901

A WORD OF CHEER. FBOU SOUTH AUSTRALIA. NoTHwrrHBTAHDiNOtbeBomnolonfc condition of a majority of the 'workers of this colony, more than one Sonth Australian grafter is watching with keenest intere: t the progress of the Socialist movement in New Sonth Wales, and will hail with delight the sdocsb of the ohoaen six at the polls in the com ing fight with capitalism. Here we must be content for the present with the ordinary, pliable ' Labor ' member. We hare about a dozen of him, and hare had most of him for abont ten years; we eleoted him by a large majority, and with a great flourish of trumpets — for what ? To .pit themselves against the sixty-six capitalistic members, and shoat : ' Behold ! the stalwart twelve ; we are more than a match for the three soore and six of yon or to seek with the cud of their free passeB and paid leiBnre daring par liamentary recess to reinforce their nnmbers by active propaganda among the workers in town and country; to force the capitalists — Liberals an...

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

HABBY BTEGSA * CO: The oldest Clothing Store in Mewcantls . Tbe Plitt# ' whan you gat *? *°* J0'* ^ MM CAMPAIGN FIXTURES. ' | SATURDAY, MARCH 16. GOULBURN. : . Holland and Moroney. WOONONA: A# Sharpie's Hall.— A. THOMSON. ; ; ; For next weeks fixtures see daily ' / pa/ers. .'MM THE PEOPLE I Weekly Organ of Ant trallan Socialism PobHshed »1tiJ S«tvd*y Montis at KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, V| Corner York and Markst-sts., ? 5,| SYDNEY, . _ BUBSORIPnOW. Haw Booth Wklef. ^ On Ttu (la dnaoi) Mk ^5 One 4ttitot .. « k ' ''0- Slagi* Oopf .. ... Mi ; : ? .?-& Otbwr QolwiU* liHwaMitir.fciwwtt iSf ?BalaodgAnwtkSiiuia otMr «outnM|Mp« -,& t** ' « ADvi aiiiixvma. -'.vti 61a«l* lawMaa— tint *n«h, »» M ; wckwNl Ji : . ' qoartfaeh, laSd. i'!; - VEttfVMMti ttt Mttttag 1 '*? '$§3

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