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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
'?* '-' , li OF THE '--'?-?', i AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE , (Adopted Easier, 1898). ' ] 'Workers of all GotistrlM, Bnlto !'-MARX, »WHE capitalist form of Society in which we at present t ! A live, and which the capitalists uphold, is based ?ffir wpon class soprematfy, maintained oy class govern i,, \ «? fjl^ tnent through the private ownership of the means ^ 'of production, distribution, and exchange. - This economic power, this possession by the landlord and capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth - production, pats the working-class in complete subjec tion to tiie said dominant class, thud depriving -the great ' mass 01 the people ot the fall produot of their labor. ' : As the present system is thus based upon class an , , tagonistns and iojastice, and as tho capitalist class will ifi, ' only permit the wage-earning class to produce wealth [7 ' in:the form of commodities for sale, paying to them as ' ''- V wkges but one-third of the wealth 'so produced, and tak ?v ...
THE ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
1 THE ISSUE. IPS! Hgp^j ' * ' A* polling da/ draws nearer, the 1II|&\? ' Mpitfist politicians are making P^iV » ?tilriaoie desperate effo to to on Eft,*/4' % fu«-Hhe real i&ue, and the atmos ^J?1 ^' phero it thick with promises to, Ms* ^' - if- elected, lepresent fairly all iprt*f ' «*«*» --£ iho community To w*fr y\ - I*.eak, Fraud, aad Fakir alive does ip^V t this cry belong The candidates of |p£; !- , the Socialist Laboi Party send the W^ f one intelligible note tinging clear m'** ' above this babel of soundj They pi' ' v only move al ;ng the logical line of |-' battle, and insist on the rea' isane ||V '' being recognise J. They only have PJ.^V' intelligence enuugh to know that &.JL'f the ca, italist and the wage slave f|-i--i -- ' .* cannot be- represented by tin same jpr ' - politioiao, and they only have iMgLit? WdfioientNhonesty to declare th.it, mmm^iti^e^d.thof wUl only lqgUbtb mf-J'' *B N& interest* of the working cIkbb. !§? ^ - Tfchey do no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
Election of General Executive. The following members have b^en nominated for the General Executive : FOR 1901-2. General Secretary : J O Moroney, General Treasurer : S. C. Clark A. Thomson Committee of 8, F. H. Drake A. B. Prond D. Aldous N. Rnmeieen T. Batho J. McDermott ' F. Hohnsbein A. The mson J. J. Morrish H. E. Holland G. Isaacs J; Neill S. Sloan 0. C. Pt nnington M..Pratt D. Carson Will members nominated wish ing to retire notify Acting-General Secretary as early as possible, so that ballot papers can be printed and vote taken early next month. CAMPAIGN FIXTURES. Saturday, March 23. North Sydney.— Moroney, Mor rish, and Neill. Hunter-Btreet, Newcastle. — Hol- land, Melling, and Thomson. Snnday, March 24. Carrington, 10.30 a-m. — Thomson and Holland. Lambton Park at 3. — Holland, Thomson, and Melling. Sydney Domain, 3— Moroney, Morrish, and Neill. Wallsend 7.— Thomson and Hoi- ' land. Monday, March 25. Tighes Hill,— H. E. Holland. Protestant Hall, Sydney.— Neill, Thomson, Mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
? Solicitor, 4c, Cb^ jOtnunoen, Bolfcm BtpeV - ' - - .;% lfar-aWH» ? JL, /f ' mBUST MJOHE'TStd taicl-on Beal X orEemfeal Security XAME8 DART, 8olloifor,&o.,Cotnnri»fioner for ^ TXTAJTOH), flOMOITOSAo ft* W O'lDBMttoow for Afid»Tif». ' ' POISON STBEET.ycwwwtte. ' ' JL B«to». Mr.W-H-BAKEJS Soli x , i Hot, fie., Commiisioner for the Aurfra Ilin Cokmie*. Boltui-ft!rert,l!f«iw«utle, A BBOTT aad WOOP, Solicitor*, fc A. J ABTHUB WOOD, tfofaty . Public. Wbod'i Chambers ScotartMet, Hmvutb. Money to lend in large or t r una nun* it'1' ? ' ', ' ? . . . ' ' I * Key Hfote. ' , At (be Ballot Box on the 29th ^ imtant, strike a solid blow for fttop own clans interests. Vole for the six candidates of the Socialist Labor *J , ~ P**ty. ? - ? THE PEOPLE ,^' - Xhe World for the Worid'f Worker* fe,i FOR THE SENATE. m:£- ^Holland, Henry Edmund wi^f/ ' ' « Welling, Thomas W??\[ ' Moroney, James Owen kj ? r : 'r Morrlsh, James J ohn ||V NelU, John W ? ' Thomson, Andrew
What the Class Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
What tbe Class Straggle Is. The class straggle ia a struggle between those who have and those who have not ; a straggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strugg e between those who take and those who make; a atiuggle between those who exploit aad those who resist exploitation ; a strncrgle be tween the capitalist class, which must continue to exploit in o. der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'ass which jnusb pui an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entiie structure of indust ial society.
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 23 March 1901
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. The ethics of SooiaUsm are identical with the ethics of Ohristhnity. — Enoy clopMdia Brittanica. The abolition of that indiridnal action on whio- modern societies depend, and the subs' itution of a regulated system of c-operatire action. — Imperial Diction ary. A theory of society that advocate) a more precise, orderly, and harm onions arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prerailed —Webster. . A science of reconstructing society on an ei tirely new basis by substituting the principle of association for that of com- petition in every branoh of . human in. dustry — Worcester's Dictionary. ' Any theory or syeten of local organi. sation which would abolish entirely or in great part the individual effort and competition on which modern- society rest* and substitute oo-operation | would introduce a more perfect and equal dis.' tribution of ihe products of labor, and would make land and capital, as the in struments of production, th...
THE PROTESTANT HALL. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
THFl PROTESTANT HALL. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. That tho Sooia^Bt Labor Party ib destined to become a power in Australian politics is forecasted by the' large, intelligent, and enthusi astic audiences that have attended the meetings held in connection with its federal campaign. And the meeting held in the Protestant TT_11 ? J ? ? i , mwi on oionaay nignt was no ex* oeption. The attendance was large, the enthusiasm general, and the rounds of applause that greeted thentteranoes of the speakers waB significant of the interest aroused in the movement of the Socialist Labor Party. '1 he vast concourse . of people, judging by their de meanor, were there to learn some thing, and it waa no fault of the . speakers if they were disappointed, for, having ears they heard, and eyes they saw. Candidate John Neill, as chair man. nnenod. Bn rafarrnH f n fha splendid work done during the cam paign- One reason why the So cialist Labor 'Party was in the politioal field to-day was because Socialists reco...
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
In the report of Thomson's lec ture last week the excess of Aus tralia's exports over| imports was stated at £5,000,000. . This was not correct, it should have read £15,000,000. ~ Every available penny is now required to meet accounts falling due, and subscribers in arrears are requested to forward their subs, along without delay. —o— i Thomson and Holland visited Newcastle last Saturday, and held meetings in different centres, the first place attacked being Wolfe street, Newcastle, About eight other meetings were being held, and there was nothing.bnt ainaiMl clatterand political pandcmraluxn. from quite a number of balconies as the confused mass of Freetrade Protectioniflt-Labor politics was hurled at the wondering crowds below. We/ who were refused the use of every balcony, had to state our. case from the street corner, and at times the crowd was large. It was sympathetic all the. time ; and notwithstanding the disadvantages the meeting was a successful one. Sunday afternoon we ap...
Election of General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Election of General Executive. The following members have been nominated for the General Executive : Fob 1901-2. General Secretary : J O Moroney, General Treasurer : S. C. Clark A. Thomson Committee of 8, F. H. Drake A. B. Prond L Aldous N. Rumeisen T. Batho J. MoDermott F. Hohnsbein . A. Thomson J. J. Morrish H. E. Holland G. Isaacs Ji Neill S. Sloan 0. C. Pi nnington M. Pratt D Carson Will members nominated wish ing to retire notify Aoting-General Seoretary as early as possible, bo that ballot papers can be printed and vote taken early next month.
Federal Campaign Election Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Federal Campaign Elec* tion Pond. Previously acknowledged, *£45 19s Ojd; I.S. Club, , per J. C. Johnson, £3 10s ; A.R , 5a ; In mate, 2s 6d ; W. J., la ; Mrs S.O.C. 2e ; Miss J.F.. 5s ; Mrs. F. McC. 5s ; A.S. 2s 6d ; per H. Yoss, £2 14s 9d ; M.K, 5s ; N,R.,2s 6d ; W.D., 2s ; W.Y., 5a ; Mrs J,McD. 2s ; Protestant Hall Friends, 11a 6d. ; Domain Collection, £2 - O.E., £2 ; G.W.,5s; per D. Mc; Neill, 12s. Total, £59 12s 3£d.
State Platform. SOCIAL DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
; f State * Platform. SOCIAL DEMANDS. v 1. CHILD LABOR,*— All children to attain the age of 15 before .^^grpetnHt-ed'to engage in-anT Wagt-earaing o..cupatton.' ? ?i' ''1 ' 2, WOMEN'S LABOR.*— Equalisation of Women's wages with ' ' tho*e oi n en it here equal secvice is performed. Mo woman to lieem or;:morality. PA.Y.M-B#a«tian of. tbe hoa ? of lab^r in aef ^vv ^ e-iird*nee with the increase of production ; immediate legalisation of a . , wofkinJp' dav it cisbt hoars (or letA overtime to be a nenal offence. : 4. ^AC10BIE8 LEGISLATION. — An efficient and comprehensive - Facto iea lei to provide for healthy and humane condition! of employ breach of thj Act to be a penal offence. All Factory In ; MM«ton to be elected bj the wo.kers in their respective districts.. All KationJil and Public Workshop* to be within the jurisdiction of the .'.f ' '? i ;''' ' ' 6 EMPLOYERS' LIABiLlTT. — An Employers' Liability Act, to . provide for eompenfat-on to workers who may ha injured, and to their } 'J...
AN APPEAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND AND "THE PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
an appeal FOR THE CAMPAIGN FUND ? AND ' THE PEOPLE.' By direction of the General Executive an appeal ie hereby made to all friends and supporters for a spewal effort in aid of the Campaign Fund and Tas Psopm. Whilst being deeply sensible and grateful for all that has .« i -_j a full already been suDsoriDea anu ''' » — recognition of the heavy ar.d continuous calls which the work of the movement makes on all concerned, yet the Execu tive feel justified in asking from all who oan afford it inorease'd flanoial sup port for Campaigi purposes. We want oar manifesto distributed broadcoa»t throughout New South Wales and the Commonwealth — at the very lea«t toa,ooo are necessary — besides leaflets. This means cash. We also want to print a special .Campaign Issue of Thb Psoras,. whioh is impossible with our present financial resources. We are in thetheikofthe fight- We are making converts. Socialism is gaining a hearing such as was never before possible in Australia. Speakers cannot go every...
DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
DOMAIN. Candidates Neill, Moroney and Morrieh were the speakers, and all were in great form. ' The audience was deeply interested, and' every point waa taken. Eaoh speaker wbb enthusiastically cheered. - When the chairman called for a ./.to jolid for the Sooialist Six, a forest of hands went np, and there was not one dissentient. . A collection, taken np realised £2, and every copy of The People was sold a quarter of an hour after the meeting closed- A few hundred more conld easily have been dis posed of, There was also a great rush for the few pamphlets on sale. Aainspiring meeting was brought to a close with three ringing oheerB for the Socialist Labor Party.
DEMANDS OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE (Adopted Easter, 1898). "Workers of all Countries, Units!"—MARX. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
[?] ^89^) . MRF capitalist form of Society in which we at present and which the capitalists uphold, is base-I 1 ' -Jfr^rdri class sppremacy/raaintained b) ctess govern the private ,owrier?hiip of the means \ -Jty, ptodictfop, distribution, and exchange. This economic power, this possession by the landlord prbdbctioo, put^ the working-class in complete subjec ? 0 tioiri to the said dominant class, thns depriving the great - v nataDi the.people o! the fall product of their labor. 4 ?; As. the . present System is thus based upon class an tagdnisms and injostice, and as tbo capitalist class will ^ wa^^rnin^-class^q produce wealth; : ^ : in tne: form of commodities lor sale, paying to them as :pl'ilie ? '^^altiv^p prodnced, and talc as profits, .the -}}-, :«fort!«ai4 inode o( production for profit should be snper ^iip^^J^then^icmsi ^ collective production ot wealth l^jy^^T^^efpte, we SociaMsts declare that the need for an ^.^Vofderiy^stcm ol production has arrived, and that the of wealth...
A LETTER FROM LONDON. THE PENRHYN DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
A LETTER PROM LONDON. (Bt John Penny.) THE PENRHTN DISPUTE. Attempts are being made to re open tbe great Penrhyn quarries, bnt so far without rany tangible Fnccees ; and ,Bethesa» (one of the most peaceful and harmonious townB in the IJnited Kingdom) presents an extraordinary spectacle in that the great, bulk of its population is quietly taking its departure to seek livelihood elsewhere. That Bethesda shoald be the scene of snch a dispute is simply astonnding. . Here have lived gener at'ons of qaarrymen who have been famed for the strict performance of religions duties, for their sobriety and for their love of music. They have piltd up untold wealth for their employers. They have also added not a little to the comfort of mankind at large, for their industry has been the supplying of one of the people's needs. And now the quarries are empty, the sound of pick and Bpade is heard no longer, and the town is gradually becoming deserted. What oan have' caused such a change ? will naturall...
THAT LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
THAT LIBEL. Thb tn moi' of the Federal cam paign will he hardly over before Che Pkopls is in the thick of its fight in the Supreme Court case, O'Sullivau v Holland which .ia set down for hea-hi^ at Maitland on Tuesday next, April 2. Even before the resnlt of the poll is made known the writer will hav-- to speed baok to the northern district to: make preparations for the defence, the o :st of which is .bf na means the smallest item to be consid- red. This ca*e means, for the time be:ng, inorjesed anxiety and re sponsibility for everybody oonneoted with the Sooialist Labor Party, and more especially for those directly , concerned — the General Executive and the managing editor, especially sinoe the date has been fixed for the most inopportune time so far as *e are concerned. However, the case is-to be fought to the end. Already splendid finan cial assistance has Men rendered by the International Sooialist Olub and others : and. while we have no donhfc whatever as to the verdict, we nr...
What the Class Struggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
What tbe Glass Struggle Is. Tiik dass sttuggle is a struggle between thote who have and those who have not ; a struggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strugg e between those who take and those who make; a struggle between thoEe who exploit and thote who resist flxDloiln.tion : a ntrnwle h« - tweeu the capitalist class, which must continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness aud luxury, and the working c'as*, which must put an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entu e structure of indust ial sooiety.
POLICEMEN WITH SWORDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
POLICEMEN WITH SWORDS. At the last meeting of the Edin burgh Trades Council attention was called to the faot that it was pro posed to arm the mounted police of the city with swords, and the dele gates discussed at so - e length the causes which could have led to this innovation, ao.ong the ideas being one that it was intended to arm the police in- this way so that they might be ready to put down any labor troubles in future, while an other was that this was the first outward and visible sign of the growth of militarism in our midst. As the Council could Bee no use for the Bwords, and did not regard them as ornaments, it was deoided to offer opposition to the proposal.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
If the Southern miners are true to themselves, and promises me^n ?ojt^mg, there should be a solid vote for the Socialist Six. . ; ; : '&ABBT STEQOA k CP. ' Th* :oldMt . Clothing . Stow in, Ntwca*ti« * i - ???; wbwjon got Qosdya u» for 'your, ^ v' ?