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LIEBKNECHT'S LAST SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
LI EBKNBGHT'S LAST SPEE6H. (Translated for Thb People by H. Nielsen.) In the latter end of July the congress of the International Tex tileworkers took place, and there Liebkneclit, as an invited guest, gave the following address. He praised the congress as a great step in the progress of civilisation. In that hall, he said, they saw qmte another world than the official world ontside. An age ago Austrian sand Prussians — thirty years ago French men ai:d Germans — met as soldiers and shot each other; here Anstrians, Germans and Frenchmen met and shook hands as brothers. The English workers fraternise with the Girman, while the official Germ any has for years let itself loose in a shameless denunciation of England. The Boer war, which has made England so unpopular with the German people, was manufactured by the capitalists ; the people of Eng land had no share in the making of this war. While tbe German Reichstag is voting money for the. building of a fleet for the purpose of crashing ...
"CLEAN MEN." [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
' (BtrEAN MEN.' He made sJr'mg appeal to th* eleotors to return to the Senate 'men who were honest and upright, ani to be Bare ti orjBs ont from their ballot-paper* all who Were vile and onolean. ' Be true to yoar elvrs,' he sai l, ' and do not be doped under the glamor of any policy of dirt and riander into besmearing yoar selves with slime. an ' eating of the dirt tt* iniiiuiiKn. ft. .» l;.. nn it and cannot eain an honest living by doing anything else. Do not baled away by thinking that yon oan farther the in terests of hoaest politics by dabbling in dirt. Bo take yonr u'most pains when yon hare th»t pencil in yoar band to gather up all yonr energy and ojurage, and with the last spark of both strike out the name of the vile and the unclean.' That is the utterance of Mr. Edmund Barton — a gentlemen whose whole political history is besmirched to an -h an extent that, if clean men and honest men are only to be voted for, Mr. Barton's political career would be closed forthwith. Mr. B...
Forward to Victory. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Porward to Victory. We toii ia the night and the shadow. Cut off from the gladness of day ; Ban life without leisure or comfort Is the most we oan win in life's fray. Ever fester the wbee's turn before us, And we mu«t keep up with th;ir speed | Every hour of our lives and our children's lfust y eld go'd to the wage-master's greed. Our chains are invisibly twisted, Want's lash make* no sound as it swings t But none the less fast are we fettered, And none the less keen the lash stings. Since our lived are not ovs but our mas ters', What, have we to lose or to fear ? Up, brothers I By one mighty effort, Bwak tke chains and let Freedom appear 1 L not that a true pioture of yoar condition, fellow workers ? Does not ' Toil, toil, toil ' make up the wrole story of your lives r . Must you not give your hours, from early morning till late at night, da- after day and year after year, to 1 ard and spiritless labor in dark and filthy shops end factories ? Does it not take all your efforts, all ...
"PROSPERITY" ITEMS FISCALISM FOR THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
'PROSPERITY' ITEMS FISCALISM. FOR THE WORKERS. The hard-headed workers of Aus tralia having cast their votes for their particular fiscal poison, may now find leisure to do some thinking over these two items : — IN PROTECTIONIST VIC TORIA. White Slavery. Melbourne, Friday. — ' The fol lowing case bears out Mr. Reid's oft repeated statements regarding the workers' condition in Victoria. A girl told the Collingwood Bench to day that she worked 94 hours in a week for seven shillings. On one day she putin 21 hours, from 4 a.m. to 1 a.m. Her employer, a baker, admitted that she worked 8(3 hours, and that he 1 ad stopped h -lf a crown out of her wages for the registry office fee. He was merely fined 5s and coBts.' — Sydney D.T., 23 3-01. IN FKEETRADE N.S.W. The State and the Unemployed. ' In order to relieve the distress among the unemployed, the State Minister for Works has been pre paring farther employment for them. He hopes to start the Long Bay t amway next Monday week, and to clear a...
"Coffins for Four." [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
' Coffins for Poor.' In September, 1892, the ' Aus tralian Workman' published an article ander the above heading, demanding the politioal death and burial of the four labor lenegades, Kelly, Fitzgerald, Sharp and John Bon, who voted to retain Dibba and Barton in DO*er, after their arrest and prosecuting of the Broken Hill Strike leaders in Hie interest of English and Australian profit fleecers, In the Labor Conference of '93 a resolution wes carried de claring its undyirg hostility to tbe traitors, and one of thoBe rats (Andy Kelly) serenely bobs np the other night as chairman of W. if, Hughes' meeting at Ultimo. And Haghes — who assisted to frame the un dying hostility resol ution, and spoke in its favor, urging thoBe delegates present to adopt it, as thab was the only way to punish men who would attempt to b tray their movement and their class — now begs for the patronage and support of this twice oonvirted renegade. But thein Hughes has no scrapie about the shady means so long as...
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Couldn't the 'Star' h«re finano d its special election edition wihont the aid of filthy ' medical ' adver tisements 1 — 0'~ On Wednesday night, Holland and NeiU held a most suooessfol meeting at Hnratville, the Mayor pres'dlng. There was a fine show ' of hands for the Socialist Six. * C On Tuesday evening last, at Gninnory'u Hotel, Granville, H. E. Holland addr ssed a large gather-; ' ing that for »u hour and a half ? r listened with rapt attention t£ the speaker's exposi' ion of tho princi ples of the Socialist Labor Party. The vote wa^ unanimously in fay. r of the six Sooialist oandi :atea. Sydney daily press states that a' ; Tivoli audience was able to endure Rongemont. That was a small feat - after enduring Barton, Reid, Wise aud Co. .
Manifesto of the Socialist Labor Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Manifesto of the XN ORDER to give practical effect to the principles of 8odi0ui|^i|||i§|^^ Sooialist League have decided to enter the Politioal field, /m\ control of the Governmental maohinery, and the aims of Socialism be nalifed* Hence, a new foroe uMShm Us advent WIvS Australian Politics, standing onlj and unoompromisingly for tho ; That new I THH 80CIALIST LABOR PARTY. With the establishment of the Australian Commonwealth, mw industrial developments will t&ke placd— ore even ntow ' -K;, , taking place, and the political and class divisions oreated by conflicting industrial and olasa interests will ; than hitherto. These new developments will more than ever necessitate the]cb(ii^Bnpeof a Socialist —aiming at the complete overthrow of Capitalism — i.e., the private ownernhip of the land and the tools of pqodUotion— -and tj^. v ; substitution of Collective Ownership and Control. Hence the Socialist Labor Fturty. ^ t v J THE ECONOMIC POSITION OF THE . WORKER. . - 5 5 ^ V ' V...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 30 March 1901
Socialist Labor §* ' The following are the SIX SBLBGTBD 02II«i-Ip|^^ DATES for the Senate i HOLLAND HENRY. EDMUND , v ^ MELLING, TH OMA S J} . MORONEY, JAMES OWEN ? MORRISH. JAMES JOHN NEILL, JOHN „ THOMSON ANDREW ' J ^ vote :;V- PATftONISa Local Indastpy BY DRINKIHG WOOD'S C&LKbBAMSD . CASTIiBMAIKE ALE. , . a. jb ' ALE AND STOUT — O— ' , EQUAL TO IMPORTED AT LSB9 THAN HALP THR qO-T
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
Some few months back a contribu tor, 'Tid le Wink,' instanced the brave y of a fireman named Henry Field, who had been inst umental in -saving seven persons from ? drowning, and under circumstances deserving: of the highest commenda tion In March last Field wai again successful in saving a life. A Mr. Cornes, of Balmain, was en deavoring to board one of the ferry steamers as it was leaving the wharf, and, nrsjudging the distance, fell into the water. Field, who is a fireman on t' e steamer, noticing the accident, immediately sprang on to the wharf, and having di covered the whereabouts of the drowning man, jumped into the water, and quick ly brought him ashore. This . makes the eighth life saved by Field. Someone has trot fearfully mixed somewhere. The Newcastle ' Sun ' prints the following : ' According to the ' Northern Star ' (Lismore) Socialism as preached by Mr. H. B. Holland (late of Newcastle) is nob re ceived with open arms by the people of the Bichmond. The paper concludes ...
Federal Campaign Results. TINTENBAR [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
Federal 6ampaign Results. Tiktekdab Voting at. Tintenbar for the Socialist Six resulted : Holland .... 20 Melling ... 16 Morrish ... 16 Moroney ... 16 Thomson ... 15 Neill ... 15 In all 122 voteB were cast, 21 being informal, i-'olid Socialist vote, 10. . Balliha, In Pallina the result was as follows : Holland ... 85 Moroney ... 36 4 Thomson . . 24 Melling ... 22 Morrish ... 19 Neill ... 17 'Find out the result of the Senatorial polling in your dis trict, and forward to The People for publioation. We deBire that our readers shall be given the fu'lest information Concerning the cocialist vote in every centre.
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
KERNELS. Wht does the 'Bulletin' lament so lugubriously anent Norton's at tack on the M'Sharry hero ? Barton is now being used by a ^ certain firm as a tanglefoot adver tisement. We always held that Toby m ssed his vocation. Hinted that tbe future has trouble in store tor Tom Hassall in connec tion with his administration of the Lands Department. A Sydney Protectionist sheet persists iu referring to Traitor Tren with as the ' Socialistic Chief Sec retary' of Vic. As a matte of fact, Trenwith has always been re pudiated by Australian Socialists. He has always been a bang- r-on to the enemies of the Labor move ment, and never at any time under stood the economics of Socialism. It is noticeable that in the case of the two Chamberlains (brothers of the only Joe) who brought actions for libel against certain newspapers . because of their statements in con nection with the army contracts held by certain Birmingham^ firms, that a mild verdict was given in each case. This goes to show that ...
The Indifference of the Rich. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
The Indifference of the Rich. It is certain that not a man in the Yanderbilt family or in the Morgan family or in the Rockefe ler family ever saw a coal-mine. Not one of them, male or fem le, old or young, Demoorat or Bepnblioan, Methodist or Baptist, ever heard the awful, terrifyinsr roar of exploding erases in those dark depths, ever even' thought of the herrors of being en tombed and hopelesi of rescue, or ever wondered how strangely unfair and illogical the system is that re wards the doer of the meanest and most dar.gero s work with the smallest pay — ' International So oialist Review,' Chioago. It's just as clear as .figures,. Sure aB one and one make two, ^ Folks as makes black slaves of niggers, Want to make white slaves of you. - - .— o — . Is 'Hugh-H. Lusk,' who has been figuring in American Federation of . Labor affairs, the H. H Lusk who left New South WaleB so hurriedly a few years baok P .. ' x . ''O ? ..Barrier ? Tiuth,' «u alleged Labor paper, calling itself the 'off...
SNAP SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
SNAPSHOTS. (By Nemo.) ? Butcher Kitchener has given the miners leave to go to work at Johannesburg for 5s a day, the rest of their pay to go towards compen sating those who last through the war. There ought to be a rush of dingoes to go to Johannesburg. Rhodes and Co. will of course, pay nothing — the fool crowd always pay Toby Tosspot 'has lost his ephe meral prosperity in this State, and so will Reid the clown when the capitalist organs cease to boom him. The Jukeryork is bringing a fine fat crowd of parasite and flunkeys with him - hut they will.be nothing to the crowd he'll meet here. Populace, Politicians, and Parasites will r» vel in grovel and dirt. And this is the 2Cth century and 'demo- cratic' Horsetralia, and — ugh ! — Me ward ! The coed lumpers did not gain a victory. The capitalists got their own terms, and the men should know it. Hughes, whom they voted for, will sit with M'Millan, who htlped to keep them out. The Trades Union ? boom in Sydney will soon have the bottom...
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
' The People.' Subs Received. H.K., 3s ; — .B., Is ; — .G., Is ; — .F., Is j — .P., Is ; — .M., Is ; — .P., Is ; S. A.R., Leichhardt, Is ; — .Y., Bichmond River, 6s ; A.F^, Waverley, Is ; W.W.7 Newcastle, Is ; W.T.G., Adelong, 4a ; P.J.C., Sydney, Is ; J.C., Islington, 2s ; W.McI., Newtown, 2a ; — .H , Sydney, Is ; G.B.. North Sydney, 4s ; G,W,G., Broadwater, Is ; H. R., Bangalow, Is ; A.E., Sydney, 4s ; — .R. Leichhardt, 2s ; R.M., Glebe, Is ; T.B., Mount Hope, 3s ; J. V., Dapto, Is.
IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
IN OTHER LANDS. The recent e'eotions in Bulgaria being unfavorable to the Govern ment, it has decided to dissolve the Chamber It iB not more difficult than that 1 Oar Italian comrade. De Felice, was to have been released from prison on March 58rd, and a com mittee composed of Socialists, Re« publicapB, and Radicals, was formed at Cantana to organise a fete in honor of the event. , Labor demonstrations have taken place in Bnda-Pesth, where several thouaand laborers marched through the stieets bearing boards with inscriptions demanding bread. Cheers were given for international demooracy, and the Marseillaise was sung. The Belguiih Chamber has pas. sed a law for the suppression of gambling. Even the gambling-denB at Spa and Ostend are included, although it was generally thought that Ostend, which entertains so many visitors from all countries, would have been able to secure exemption, , ' The Socialiat movement is con tinually making progress in Japan. The first Socialist daily, newsp...
THE SOCIALIST VOTE WHAT IT M ANS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
thb seemusT vote WHAT IT M ANS. . Feom all quarters come congra tulations to the 4.S.L. acd its political mouthpiece — the Socialist Labor Party — npon the result of its first appeal to the workers of Australia. Of oonrse the vote is tmall in comparison with the nnm bers cast for the capitalist parlies, but its significance iie3: in the fact ; that, despite the tremendous power of the daily cap'talist press and the oonfusion in the mind of the average voter — due to the mnlt plicity of candidates, the suppression of any report of our meetings by the above organ?, and the difficulty of getting to the conntiy. districts — our vote must be regarded as splendid. An other factor that worked against ub and fully expected by us, was the tactics employed by the self-labelled 'Libor.' Party, who- urged the Labor voters to either vote the canitalist ticket or waBto their votes to ensure the success of ' labor.' Com -nunications came from all over the count y asking -. us to withdraw some of o...
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
The Socialist Press As« sistance Pond. Previously acknowledged £127 4s 9d. D.C., 2a ; S.C.C., 2s ; A. G., 5s ; D.A.G., 3s ; A.D.G., 2s 6d ; W.A., 3s ; F.F., Is 6d ; J.H., Is ; W.D., 6d ; J.S., 6d ; Friend, 16s ; Proceeds of Social 17s 6d. Total, £129 19s 3d.
Not Greenhorn, but Fakir [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
Not Greenhorn, bat Fakir The enthusiastio greenhorn is a useful follower, but when he be comes a political loader then the career of those who march behind him usually terminates in a ditoh. At the conference of Novemher, '93, T. Dodd moved, W. 3 Ferguson seconded, a d W. A. Holman sup ported tne following resolution:— ' That Messrs. Sharp, Kelly, Fits gerald, and Johnstone, Ms.L.A., be regarded as traitors to the cause and treated with undying hostility.' This was carried. Only the other day, Mr. Holman sunk his 'un- dying hostility ' and moved a re solution that J. D. Fitzgerald was a fit and proper person to represent the ratepayers and electors of a Sydney ward in the Sydney Council. Last week, Mr. Fitzgerald, return ing good for evil, went to Weat Macquarie to support Mr. Ferguson, who returned the compliment by supporting Mr. Fitzgerald. Some how the undying greenhorn gets a following at' times. — Sydney ' Worker.' And Ferguson, Fakir and Labor, Rat, had his candidature endors...
"Patriotic" Capitalism. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
'Patriotic** Capitalism. Tbe following cable, headings and all, is lifted from . the Sydney ' D.T.' . — Wilt Concessionaires. BRITISH AMD ITALIAN INTERESTS. IN INLAND PROVINCES. London. Tuesdav. — The 'Dailv Express states (hat ' British and Italian capitalists, associated with a Pekin syndicate, secured, a while backi-the ratification of an immense canoe' sion for the working of the richest ooal, iron, and petrolenm fields in the provinces of Honan and Shanai, It is proposed to bring the minerals to the Tang-tse Yalley, and to erect mills there . among the dense, population. This is information. Time and again the Socialist has pointed out that while the worker was 'whooped np' to show his patriotism for 'the Hempire,' and incidentally aid Britain's ' open-door policy,' he was pickling one more rod — and a big one— for hi ? own back. The British and Australian w jrker hav ing forced British interests npon China, now finds that he iB raising formidable wa^e competitors whom he will ...