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AN APPEAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND AND "THE PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

AN APPEAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND AND 'THE PEOPLE.' By direction of the General Executive at ajpal is hereby made to all friends and mpporttra for a special effort in aid of - he Campaign Fund and Tux Piopli, 'Vftul t bei-ig d eply seosble and firatoful for all that haj alroady been 'ubsqnbod and w'.th a fail recognition of the henry a d continuous cal s whioh th» work of the movement makes on : 11 concerned, yet the Exeou t ve f el instilled in asking from all who om afford it increa-ed fla oiil sup port for Campaig ? purposes We want our manifesto .distributed . roadc a«t throughout New South Wales and the C mmonwealth — at the very least 103,000 are necessary — btsidrs leaflets. This means caah. We also want to print a spe-ial Campaign Iasue of Thb People whioh is impossible with our ' present financial re^ouroes. We are in the thcik of the fight. We are making converts. Sooialijm is gaioiog a bearing suoh us waj never t ef ore possible in Australia* Speakers cannot go every, where...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. March 16 [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

The Socialist Press as sistance Fund. ^ March 16 . Previously acknowledged, £124= 7b 3d. S.O.C., 2s ; A.R., 2s ; J. H., 2b 6d;J.O.M.,2s 6d ; Garden Party, 6b ; D.A., Is ; D.C., 1 ; — . E.,1b;H.K., 2b 6d.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

— o- -? 'HAEtY 8TEGK3A and CO. The 1 ldctt Clothing Store in. Newcastle. TiePJflW . where you get Uood Value for your &I0M7, ' ', ;'-Vv';v: ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government Ownership v. Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

Government Ownership v. Socialism. (By Gamma.) Mb. O'Solliyan's depattmenthas started to co1 struct a rail* ay line from Lismore to Casino, by day labor,. The manner in which the work is beirg condHcted is a strik ing example of the fact that ..Government ownership is by no means iden'ioal with Socialism. Socialists demand that society, for the benefit of all, shall collec tively own and operate all the meanB of production, that by their nature and magnitude are beyond . the control and operation of indi viduals : — that is, Industrie 3 that are collectively operated shall be oollectively owned for -the benefit of the operators. When the pro ducers are so organised, it will be obvious that waste of every description will be the common enemy of all. To avoid waste, the industrial organisation will certainly see to it that every member of society is placed where his labor will be most effective. From this it necessarily follows that the most suitable persons will be elect d to the hea...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

REVOLUTION. And though ye bind your noble prey in thongs and fetters hard a d fast, And though ye lead t er ont to die beneath the fortress wall at last, And though she lie b; neath the sod, whose fair green grass at dawn ing red The pHBsant-girl with roses decko, — I tell ye all, she is not dead ! And though ye rob her toreioad high of all its looks of floating hair, And choose the mnrderer and the thief your dungeon-deu with her to share ; Though she has donned your prison dress, and ta'en the food your gaoler gave ; And though she now your oakum picks, — I tell ye, she is not your slave ! And though ye bunt her from your home, and drive her out to dis tant lands, And though she seeks a stranger's hearth, and mutely by its ashes standp, And though she bathes by unknown streams feet 1 ore with stones and splinters sharp, She ne'er will deign on foreign trees to hang on high her eaored harp. Ah no — she sets it at her side, and proudly strikes a strain of hope ; She laughs her exile...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

M'Gowen told a recent audience that there was very little difference between ad- valorem and spqcifio duties. One (he said) was accord ing to volue, and the other accord ing to we'ght. If M'Gowen doesn't know anv better than this he isn't fit to represent a nation of idiots : ' A specific duty ia a duty per pound, per yard, or any other unii of quantity.' A specific duty of 6d would raise the price of a shilling hat to Is 6d, a ten shilling hat to 10a 6d. The poor man would thus pay a tax of 50 per cent., while the rich man would pay a tax of only 5 per cent., and correspondingly leas as the hat became more costly. And M'Gowen says there is no.dif ferenoe between specific and ad valorem duties 1 That 'Y' joke in the D.T. of Monday last will rank as one of head-shaking 'Jim's' most brilliant intellectual efforts. -^-o— . 'Labor' Leader M'Gowen, at the Duke of Wellington Hotel last Monday night, said the 'basic cause of the poverty and miiery in the world to-dav was the ' spirit of un...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

SL HOLT, Adrertutog and BUl-Pcttlug ? itmuaeur. Haodkulr Dlrtrlbutcd. Blgn» natied up All work at Bea*-aabl» Batu. 41 Ha itor-streat, Mswsastl* — O — A BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription is again dne. Should you still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal note to 'The Managing-Editor, The Pboplb, Kidman's Buildings, corner York and Market-streets, Sydney.' . '-'?-'?(? ''? ???'iC:-'---- '?.??.';'?/?'*? - ''? » .-?.' , ? ? ? ? ? . ? -'.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

'The People.' Subb Receives S.R.J., Mosman's, Is ; F.C., Adelong, 2b ; A B., Adelong, 2a ; — .0., Adelong, 4s ; J.H., Sydney, 4s ; A.P., Tatham, 3s ; J.R.. Goul burn, Is ;? G.E , Paddingtou, 2- ; — .O'H., North Sydney, Is ; J.H., Corrimal, 2s ; J.M., Redfern, 4s.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

Tote solidly for the Six Sena tprial Candidates of the Socialist tabor Party-tbe only working class party in the field. — o — Bdon George and Dean Meagher are both mad at not being included in the Barton bunoh for the Senate. And now the dirty rags are ,being washed ' ' - .' . 'It becomes more and more evi dent that in the first Federal Par foment the Labor Party ™11 not be a BoUdly united p»rty. Evidently it willbe more disunited than was the first Labor Party oj? this State. —Sydney «? Worker,' Feb. 9, '01. 'Magnificent Mr. Carnegie,' says the D.T., refening to this man's 'munificent gifts' to Amen '? can ;Kbiaries. \ He^ publicly gives gold as atonement for the lead the Hprnattead workers received from S^Swk. To the American ym^i^^olMBBiie will always be w0ireegie the law-proteoted xnur

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

I-TOHAa£ HOTEL, MArTLA-'b BO AD, ISLINGTON. None bat the Best Brands of Liquor* ?erred. Accommodation for Boarders HUGH eOBB, Proprietor. OENIce TI »? 8, COLLARS. SHIBIS Also, an up-to-date HAT, TET GILBERT HORLER, The eity Hatter and Mercer, 187 HTTNTRR STREET. WANTE D.— Address*] to th e . Miten and' other wets of DODD8' PICK and other TOOL HAN. DLES, that all handles from date of Doddi' m(.ke will be branded thni — II TOOL HANDLE A If MANUFACTURER, 11 11 MAKER, I \\* HUDSON 8TttA./( I also beg to take this opportunity to THANE the Miners and other users of my handles for their assistance during tbe past 18 yean in building np a little Australian Industry against all obstacles. FBEDEBIO DODDS, 1-10-99 Adjoinirg New Flour Mills' CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Kbwoabtlk OHAELES CAIN, Late of Fen Tree Hotel, Gosford, FROPBIETOB. — o— Beit and Forest of Spirituous Drinks Eetailed. ? menmair 151— Hunter Street 'West- 151 FOB CROOKEKY And GLASSWARE Bargains. THE ECONOMICS...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Compulsory Thrift. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

Compulsory Thrift. ? -♦ ? The PtopLE enters a strong pro test against Autocrat O'Sullivan's decree 'hat, 5s a day is enough fo the working man in N.S. W. to keep a home going with, and that any thing he earns over and a'wve that is to be compnlsorily saved for him. It may be true that Eome of the working class spend a portion of their earnings in strong drink, but so does the O'Sullivan, and he is a Stale servant as well as the many on the road at 7s per day. The People wants to know whether he is prepared to have same proportion stopped off his daily wage and given to him when ho fini- hes up the job ? It may not be the O'SulHvaa's intention, bat certainly this move of his will be used as an argument for the reduction of the standard wage. The idea that this scheme will have the effeot ot 'sen' ling men on the land' could only find lodg ment in the skull of a shallow crack-brain. What the O'Sullivan has to do, what the workers should demand that every poli ician aud administrator s...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS IN GENERAL. A Crook. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

THINGS IN GINERU. a Crook. Among the many political crooks who want to represent this State in the Federal Senate, Eichard Denis Meagher is not the most insignifi cant. In 1895 —the year in which Meagher diap'a- ed his mendacious proclivities so bril'iantljr — a pres-- man likened him to a cross between Pecksniff and Quilp. Pec* sniff, it vill be remembered, was a hypo crite so thorough!, impregnated with falsehood that he was moral even in drunkenness and canting even in shame and discovery ; and Quilp's chief characteristics were ugliness ard cunning. The presfi man may be right. I am inclined to think bo. 'Dick's' forehead would crack a brick. He sterns to me to possess the same amount of 'front' as the man who being arraigned for murdering his fat'ier and mother pleaded for mercy on the ground that he was an orphan. The ' Evangelical Council ' has issued a manifesto urging the elec tors to vote only for men possessing good characters; men 'whose per sonal qualities command respe...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPITALIST INCAPACITY AND LABOR'S VOLUNTARY CAPTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

eHPITHLIST INCH* pneiTY ? ^ AND LABOR'S VOLUNTARY CAPTIVITY. Away north, on tbe Richmond River, much indignation was re cently expressed with the Gover - ment bsoause a nnmber of men em ployed on the harbour works *ere 'sacked.' Of courae the usual pnblic meeting was called at whioh the local Grsdgrinda made solemn Bpeeohes and 'he usual 'much in dignation' motion was 'carried unanimously.' It was pointed ont with speoial emphasis, and em bodied in the indignation motion, that the 'sacking' of th.eae men wonld hare the effect of 'serionoly retarding the welfare of the town;' bnt, as might be ezp cted, nobody appeared to think it worth while to mention' ppeoifiijall r that it would seriously retard the welfare of the men themselves, mnoh less to em body rha idea in the indignation motion. The greasy provinc'al magnates, cockroach capitalists and little penoe-tible men who run butch r's shops, bakeries, public houses, grocery store', tin chapels and things li e that, have their own re...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

Government Notice.*. COMMONWEALTH OP ATJSTB \LIA. SPATE OF NEW 8OUrH WALES. ELECTION OF SIX SKNATOES. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. IHEREB5T NOTIFY that the under, mentioned persons have been duly nominated ai Candidates for Election ai SenatoiB for the State of New South WaJas to serve io the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Auttralia : — abigail. francis, armstrong, andrew. blak;e, john. bhown, francis. colonna-close,_richard. cook, john ernest. cotton, francis, cox, george henry, edwards, thomas. FEALY. DAVlD. FLYNN, WILLIAM. GASH, DAVID. GEORGE, EDEN. GOCHER, WILLIAM HENRY. GOULD, ALBERT JOHN. GRAY, JOHN PUOCTiiR. GRIFFIN, JOHN GEORGE. HAMMOND, MARK JOHN. HOLLAND, HEN BY EDMUND. KIDD, JOHN. LASSETTEK, HARRY BEAU CHAMP. LYNCH, PATRICK. MACDONELL, DONALD. MACKAY, J^MES ALEX ANDER KBNAErH. MANNING, \V LLIAM PAT RICK. MEAGHER, RICHARD DENIS. MELLIN9, THOMAS. MILLKV, EDWARD DAVI3. MORIARTY, JAMlfiM. MOROnEY, JAME3 OWEN. MORRISH, J^ME3 JOHN. NBL D, JOHNCA H. HEILL,JOH.V. NORTON, JOHN. O'...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARITIME WORKERS. DO THEY FORGET? [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

MARITIME WORKERS. , DO THEY* FOEGET P Fkom the 'AnBlrafian Workman'* oj May 16, 1891, we reprint tha ^ following : '' 'Mr, McMillan endeavored to addres the East Sydney electors on Tuesday eve ing last in the Pro* teatant Hall, and although a strong force of ronghs nnder the command of pugilist Sandy Rosa, and (the, 'Herald 'says) a Mr. R. McOoy was present to maintain order { the people would cot hear the Colonial Treasurer. The daily papers have given a report of Mr. McMillan's Bpeebh, ??'\';;wbioh'-;'-weA-- written ; this is ; all the'- report the; ' Workman ' could bbtain : 8 p.m to 8 5pm.— Mr. J. Moln tosh M.L.C, chairman, stood np and gestnlated, he appeared ^ to be . speaking: the audience, yelled, groaned, and hooted; he sat down. 8.5 p m. to 8.30 pm— Mr. M Mil- Ian faoed the music - The audience hooted, groaned, and yelled. Mr. McMillan drank a glass of water, and then continued bis efforts to make himself beard abive the np roar. Sandy Rosb and his push threw ont a few int...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

1 Now, when the women g-t votes, ?' '? the Socialist movemeiit won't lose '' by the fact . This is how one of the 'gentler sex' writes from the north, and Thk Pkople vo^ea it good biz : '* Enclosed yon will fiad stamps for my sub. to The Psople, which 1 believe is overdae- I am anxiously watohiug the progress of . the uampaigo, and emoerely wish the WS 'cialiBt Six' every snocofis in the field. 1 can imagine what, an up hill task it must be educating the , workers to realise their true posi tion; but, after all, it will, and must be, only a ques ion ol time. I will endeavor to do a li tie between this and election day to seoure a few — it only a few — ''principle votes' lor the Socialist candidates. 1 wish them every bu:cobb aad a 'top score 'of vote', aud assure you of my heartiest sympathy in tfce great cauBe.' ..- When a cold chill ruus down your spine, and a- hot bluth crawl# up your legs, and that tired feelinjr ?wsee both your armB; then it »b ^ time to prepare for the worst. ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R. SEDDON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

R. SEOOON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL MERCHANT. The announcement that the Maoriland Government (with' tbe authority of Parliament) intend to own and operate a coalmine has, of course, been reo ived with a shriek by the capitalistic press, which hastens to dub it -radva iced Social ism.' It might be as well here to p - nt ont that there is not necessarily anything savoring of Socialism in this proposal. Australia and New Zealand are capitalistic communi ties to-day, and the Government — that is, the people's committee of management— have been instructed to undertake certain functions of commercial and industrial life. For instance, the 'ransport of passengers and goods by railway, and the or ganisation of tbe conn try's oomm ? nications by m ans of mails, teie graphs and telephones, ate works \ that have been given to the Govern ments to carry out In every base it has been found that theae daties ? have been carried out in such a way as to aid and develope*the in terests of the ruling...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

PRBAKS AND FRAUDS. Barton is referring to Norton as ''the ulest of the vile/' ' a taran tula upon the wall,' 'a scorpion on the floor.' We 1, Toby must ha'e been' feeling the stings, but Norton has never had the opportunities to be the vampire that Barton had and 'availed himself of in the M'Sharry and Proudfoot cases. Norton can not possibly make a viler reoo d tu-u uaiKuu iihh uuiie, iu cuuho cases. The att of the matter is, Toby doesn't like Noriou advertis ing that -' Australia's Noblest Son' djesn't pay his butcher's or hia baker's bills. ??.'_? — o — York and his wife have started on . their trip towardd the great Australian grovel. Alf Edden nnbt have a small opinion of the Newcastle miners' intelligence if he enpecti them to swallow that pag abou P.L L. r.ot accepting endorsements from free t ado and protectionist parties. Wasn't there one man in the. crowd to auk Watkins whether he would write to the Protectionist Associa tion refnsiug their nominati n Or why Brown's P.L.L....

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE S.L.P. CAMPAIGN. IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

THE S.L.P. CAMPAIGN. * IS THE SOUTHERN COUN TRY. Wheh the Campaign Committee - , tret on Friday night of last Week,, the ontlook was not too encourag iog. A message had been flashed from Oonlbura to the effeot that the rain was falling in torrent*, ' ' and wasLkely to continue far eome „ ?- -?- days. Moreover, ve were told it 'I was raining on the South Coaet. auueu w uihi mwunDDB, we wein h faced with the fact 'that Mowaey ??% was just about knocked ont ; and it became a question of deciiing - ',;*, whether there would be any w'sdora % , in proceeding to the various ap points ents, and the abondoiment j of the Goulburn meeting was seri ously contemplated, nntil Thomson euadenly assumed tbe new rule 01 weather prophet, and declared fcr ^ \;' decent weather on the fJlowing-^ . , day. T'^r.^ Then it was resolved that tB« writer shou d proceed alone to Gonlbnrn, and take the chances so far as the weather was coi.cerned. So on Saturday morning, acoon ? _ - panied by Comrade Kohler, the ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SWEATER FOR THE SENATE. COL. LASSETTER WANTS WORKERS VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901

A SWEATER FOR THB SENATE. COL. LASSETTRR WANTS WORKER ' VOT..S. In Colonel t assetter'a paper, 'Tbe Field,' of last week, there is a full-page advt. setting forth the colonel s views — such as they are— in connection with his candidature for the Sena e nhe colonel, in the most delightfully vague fashion, announces his Weighty opinions concerninc ' defence' and 'tariff' mattois, and at thi same time discovers his marvellous incapacity as a po itician. But the 'colonel ' fights sl-y of any mention of in dustrial and social conditions. In a leading article on the page fol lowing that occupied by the colo nel's advt. it is set- forth that 'this is not a time at which we shonld send people into the Parlia ment of the nation merely because they promise to vote for this or that principle Tho time is not one at which we can tolerate tie cry of 'measures and not men;' it is, on the contrary, a period at which we must undoubtedly select men of sterling worth whom we can trust to act in the in...

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