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DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

DOMAIN. Sunday April 14 : Attend hall, paper and stump, Klostermann, Rasmnsser, and hiisfeld'. Chair, Drake. April 21st : Attend hall, stnmrfcnd papers, Isaacs, HohnsbeinV#^ Klostermann. Chair, M cCoyll April 28 : Attend ball, stump and papers, Carson, McDer mot and Stevens. Chair : Pen nington Organising Committee meets Ihursday uext at 8 p.m. Members are requested to note these fixtures.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Foundations of National Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Foundations of National Prosperity. It seems clear, then, that anation thrives, not by extending its bor ders and increasing by annexation the number of .its people, but by making the most' of the territory and the people it already possesses. If territory and population were the important possessions, China ought to be the greatest country in the world. But the test of greatness is qualitat've, not quantitative. It is the small States that grow and thrive and that have made history, and it is when a State reaches a great degree of expansion tha' it has most to fear. At the present time, the State in all the world which is to every appearanee safest, soundest, and most internally healthy is the , little peaceful State of Switzerland, with its industrious, well-educated people and ideal democratic institutions. — 'Justice.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chivalrous England. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Chivalrous England. o We now rob India of £30,030,000 everjr 12 months; £25,000,000 of this is raised from the taxation of land.'- How good of England to let 'the natives live on their own land on condition of paying £25,000,000 per annum for it ! As an example of the -benefits of British rule, the ^native laborer gets 2d. per day; thousands of British officials draw hundreds of pom ds pension per annum; 1100 colonels alone take over £1,000,000 annually. Need we wonder that in the famine of 1876-78 8,000,000 men, women, and . children we: e starved to death P --'Daylight.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fakir Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

The Fakir Abroad. What is the little game? W. D. Be azley, one of tbe ' Labor ' Ms.L.A. for Oollingwood, is chair- ?- man of the Prot ctionist League, whioh selects Cook for Bourke electorate to run against Hannah, the choice of the 1 abor Party. In addition it selects M'Eaohern against Ma oney for Melbourne, M'Artbur against Ronald for Southern Mel bourne, and Wilson against Tudor for Yar.a The Political Labor Council, the Trades Hall, and the Miners' Association have selected Barker, Barrett, Sampson, and Styles to represent them for the Senate elections, while Labormem ber lieazley's Protectionist Asso ciation has decided to include only Barrett in their list of six candi dates. Wilkins, M.L.A., sitting as ' Labor ' member for Collingwood, is chairman for Gahan, in opposi tion to Tudor, the Labor candidate. Is there to be solidarity in the Labor Parly, or iB each member of the party to be allowed to exercise his own sweet will and rive asunder the work of a decade? Better without...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Roberts the Magnanimous. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Roberts the Magnani' moos. Bui now we aro informed, on the anthori y of Lord BoHerls himself, that while he was at Jacobsdal the ofBoer in command at Paardeberg granted* Cronje an armistioe of 24 hours, but this was ' revoked ' im mediately on the arrival of Lord Bote to, who ordered a vigorous bombardment of the enety s posi tion. And yet our yellow press howls about treaohery, and even Roberts himself waxes indignant over- what he is pleased to call the abnae of the white flag ! He would find it hard indeed to discover any act on the part of the Boers so in famous as his own soandalous breach of faith at Paardeberg. — *' Justice.''

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Method is Different. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

The Method is Different. Whin the Autoorat of Russia sends to his penal mined in Siberia men and women as a penalty for demanding liberty, patriots of all lands cry out 'shame,'' and coin new maledictions to hurl at his head. But nowadays when a trust shuts down a factory and consigns hundreds of men and women to idleness and to the .iron of idleness and poverty, we call it industrial evolution.' — ' Social . Democratic Herald,' Chioago. - ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalistic "Justice." [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

^P^iilstie ' Jostlec.' |M|ifethe ,Binga ' a 'Telegraph': . PK^Hfabdfitll. -the ex-teller of th'» rajtot|'Bank at Grenfell, who set ij^jlaSt;, December to view tve ^ofninohwealth sights in Sydney, . (M|»fter r» few weeks turned np at agriculiural Bhow in Qqir^naland with qui e a load of the Wfiik'i;:' money in his possession ii*1iMh ba had carried awav with li^f^te^safe keeping!) baB stood -iusyii'riat^ On ^a oharge of stealing S^KkKV odd, and been sentenced to ja/'form of eighteen months' im ikmoajment with hard labor in {fcblbijirn gaol Woodfall might ilr^U shake hands with himself over JtiC sentence, and put in hia (erm with alight heart and willing hands, fbr he has not the prospeo*- of one iota more. ' hard ' before him than ..had- the poor wretch Collins, who wiils a few years back sentenced to a.nmilar. term at the Bingara ses- . sionii i(nr iannexir g ninepence worti of baking powder which didn't be lonff to him Certainly a theft is a thelly bot punishment there-for isn't Blw...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the class Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. The class stmggle is a struggle between those who have and those who have not ; a struggle between thoBe who do not produce and those who do produce ; a atrugg e between those who take and those who make; a struggle between those who exploit and those who resiBt exploitation ; a struggle be- ? tweea the capitalist olass, which i must continue to exploit in o der * I to live in idleness and luxury, and - | the working c'as-, which must put j an end to the struggle by revolu- | tioniaing in the interest of the ! working class the entire structure 1 of indust ial sooiety. I

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

WHAT SeeiALISiH IS. The ethioB of Soofalism are identioal with the ethics of Christianity. — Enoy clopsedia Brittaolca. The abolition of that individual aotion on whioh modern societies depend, and the substitution of a regulated system of co-operative action. — Imperial Diction ary. ? , A theory of sooiety that advocate) a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A science of reconstructing society on an entirely new basis by substituting the priroiple of association Eor that of com. petition in every branoh of human in dustry- — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or syiten of local organi sation whioh would abolish entirely or in great part the individual effort and competition on whioh modern sooiety rests and substitute oo-operation ) would introduce a more perfect and equal dis tribution of the products of labor, and would make land and capital, as the in strnments of production, the j...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

^ SOCIALIST LEABUE ' 1898). _ | ? -: ;: jcapi t ^iati^ ii»jpbpl|d^; js ;^rafi^d : '^ - t^iiji5[§pj8^^ £sl8^^ -; ( , 'v*^%iiMvprodtlctiODrdf8t^ibiition» and exchange.: _ » , &.; - production, puts jthe working-class in complete subjec iljiw ;'greatt: ?-? ot the full produCtoftheir labor. ' ^^yCv^iU-y^he-^ppeflent system is tho 8 based upon class an? , B-khS ^ 1 ;tajs»niWii ' and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will ^3®$* ^ s ^g^^|0^iiSliii^^KBo^i^£^inampdfitles;;l!^;::i^ pay*njg- 'to . them as.-':; ||§f||i;;|*irag^ and ta&- ?' ^ afo ^P'.jj*16®8^68 ^e °^er^wo't^,r^s^as j^r^ta' ? c-^S«ct i ve production ot wealth MffiX&m - ??' ? v^- - **# Socialists declare that the need for an ; that the WMj^fand instruments of wealth production and distri p§^^budo*i:sh6uld be declared and treated as common pro ;Xfae ,t|ie mines, the fac ^^|^;^v^ti(OTeil^^dypqi^luiies^ t raw material, the shipping, the lift T^swhiufopii aijd warehouses, and all the other factors used ^ii...

Publication Title: People
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

HARRY 8TEGGA ft'COi The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle . \ The Place where yon get Good Vane lot your Measf ' SI. HOLT, AdTimtki and BlU-Fotlloi . ? .CootrMlar. HudtWjJbirtrltxu**. 81«u -m All work at SkmuUi U He itswwft fcwwi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

THE PEOPLE Weekly OrguioJAmtraUan SocialUm PnbllthM trezj Satarday Morning at KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, Corner York and Market-sfcs., ? ' - SYDNEY, SUBSCRIPTION. Hew Booth Wales. OnaYear (In adranoe) .. u, OnaQaarter .. lg. Bin fie Oop; .. ldi Oth«t Oolanlw la 8d per qoartar, U per re»r. Kagland, America, and other ooantrlea E« per r*r ____ . ADVBBTI3H1CBN18. Single Iniertlon— Firit *nob,Za Sd ; each enb«r quant lneh, latd. Byaalal amagemanti (or atandlng oootraota All communications, literary and basi' aess, to bead dressed, and cheques, P O, Orders, Poatal Notes, etc., to be made ggnbltto H. B. HOLLAND, Managing ABBOTT Mid WOOD, Solicitors, & J. ARTHUR WOOD, Notary Public. ' Wood'* Ohamben, Scott-street, NewoMtk. Money to lend in luge or nu ram* A. RE ID, SOLICITOR &c. Ac - OommiMioner for Afldavitf BOLTON STREET. Newwatle. TA. B R A Y 3 ? Solicitor, dec, , . Court Ob ambers, Bolton Street, ' ? Nejrcaitle ' ? ? TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Real or Personal Security, JAMES DA...

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Philanthropic Cant. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Philanthropic Gant. A strike in New York recently lasted eight months, and most of the strikers were girls. The good people of the city, who hate vice, remained carelesB and inactive. The strike was lost, and so were some of the girls, who were compelled to continue their work for less wages than are required to maintain them honestly. And now the good people are moving heaven and earth to save the girls who are already lost. No better way ? Bah ! — ' Indus trial Freedom,' U.S. A. 'When a cold chill ruDs down your spine, and a hot blush crawls np your legs, and that tired feeling seizes both yonr arms ; then it iB time to prepare for the worst. If there is a bine mark on your copy of The People, send along the stamps without delay: then yon can calmly look Death in the faoe and say unto him, ' Where is thy sting? ' rJne following a'e the clauses ot a Bill which has been bronght for ward by Vajllant, Coutant, Las salle, Dejeante, Renoa, Groussier, Marcel fcembat, and other Socialist ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIBEL DEFENCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

THE LIBEL DEFENCE FUND. As members of the League and our readers are aware, The People iB now engaged in de fending a libel suit. The action has been taken by a Mr. O'Sulli van for an alleged libel printed some months ago, and the case is to be heard at Maitland dur ing the present sitting. After the Federal Campaign our financial resources compel the General Executive to make a fresh appeal, well knowing the severe drain already imposed and met by onr members and friends, yet . it must be made. Having no money to fee a lawyer, the Managing-Editor will defend the case- Another dip in $he pocket, friends. Let all subscribe what they can afford. The Socialist must be prepared to meet every emergency, and generally does. So send along the cash and fight our first battle in the Courts as we fought the first political one. The People is the only Btraightnout and fearless paper standing absolutely for Socialism ia Australia. All moneys 'should be forwarded to # JAS. 0. MORONBY, Acting-Gen...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Was Jesus a Socialist ? [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Was Jesus a Socialist ? On Sunday evening last at Head quarters, Andrew Thomson lectured on the above subject. He explained what Socialism meant, ana drew a comparison between the conlitions that ex sted 2000 years ago,, and tbe conditions of to-day. -Taking fn/tfji intn mnnidmlin i and also many of the utterances of Jesup, the conclusion the lectnrer came to was that JesuB was not a Socialist, and that there was very little in his teachings calculated to aid the 1 ocialist movement, He explained that the views expressed by him on the subject were entirely his own and he did not wish tbe movement to be held responsible for them.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

PRBAKS AND FRBLCJDS. .,«OOdf: enough - to advocate tbe return. of lfoM^;'fi^tk..'.and Macilcmnell to the . . Pinatei in , . severs!'- strongly worded pan^rapbs.. It is to be reg^tted 'ilhaA cither .publications . evenyto^re closely allied to Labor sboola have assnmed. an attitnae or v anta^mism.— ^ydnOT ' Shirker.'- ' ^ ? Tha Newsletter- -is an obsoure sheet edited by John Haynea, and : may be- said to be closely allied to ' free labor,' as it's printed at a ' scab ' printing-bonse. Kx-M.P. Black iii^e^lwr living out of the free-labor sheet before he got on to the', abor' ' hirker.'' . All sorts of freaks and frauds in tend to, if possible, impose them- selves npon M.SiW. electors at the next iroeaL A reduotion of se*t« would blow out the hopes of' some of them. v -*-o — ' G.-O. Hopetonn . has informed Yictorian naempleyed that he can do nothing for them. . f oourse not ; he's here .to hold levees of Kin^s professional politicians, and other grovellers, and is not -paid to consUer t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

PEN COLUMN. TO THB EDITOR. Sib, — I believe that I have suc cessfuly laid the foundation of the Industrial Brotherhood Co-operative Colony of Practical Socialism in Australia, and shall be gl«d if you will notify your readers that I have arranged to write a series of articles in tho ' Barrier Truth ' to unfold my scheme of pra itical - Socialism in Australia. And on receipt. 'Of Is 2d in stamps or P N. I will send the ' B.T 'containing those articles to any address in thia colony. I am, sir, John Pateesoh, Manager LB. Co. C. Braken Hill, N.S.W. 2nd Aprilj 1901.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

MARKET. *? Labob is bought and sold like any '. other commodity. There is an im pretsion in the minds ofsome mem* hers of the working class that auoh is not the ease. - - ' Now, Fooiuliste always take facts apart jUtogether from the scientific and eithioal jjt'Tir. itself verv foroibly. that' there aie two an O/1' tagbilistio foroes to-day in Society r -? —boyew and eellertf of labor. The V,, -worker* produce all the wealth: ground, ' go down the ;W inittkmake.the maohinea, build the fhipa, rail £'? ' f'i'jnj*,' 'et&, ' make all the world's ?,' ^ .clothing, in short, produce every 'l ^ thing useful and necessary, and yet 'only work * r'^.and live wT»en the small ola6s whom 'they permit to ow t all the souross of life, will let them— whioh is only ;v?'. Vdone when profits can be made foi ' - the benefit of th's small section. By o ganisation muoh has been' gained in the past, but new methods of action aro required to-day to meet ?A; and fight modem 20th i entnry V. capitalism...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

FIXTURES. The following out-door propa ganda meetings have been arranged for : Rockdale — Saturday April 13 : Clarke and Holland. Newtown Bridge — Wednesday, 17: Sloane and Holland. North Shore — Saturday, 20th — Mci'oy and Morrish. Sunday Night) Martin Place and Bathurst'street.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901

Waterloo Branch, The above branch held its usual fortnightly meeting* in the Primi tive Methodist Schoolro jtt-, Raglan street, Waterloo. The principal business was the discussion of clauses in consitution. This proved interesting and the nronosed amendments were debated enthu siastically. It was intended to hold an open-air propaganda meeting but the weather not being favorable the idea was abandoned. On Tuesday night last the branch met to further consider the Con stitution, in order that proposed alterations may be in time for forth coming Conference. Comrades Pratt and Isaacs were elected delegates. The usual meeting will be held' at Comrade Proud's residence, Wyndham-street,on W edesday next, April I7th, at 8 p.m. CouiiApK Pboud, Hon. Branch Sec.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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