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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
[?] f'lilflooiAiWt moVes with its feet - firmly planted on tbe ground, and 1^'liSwl iiot-losl in tbe olouds ; it £ Ukea Science by the band, asks her „? totaad/and goes whither? ever she ^ip|^^DijnSL:DK Lbok. ' : - tirnmmi-y:- ^ ? ? ? ? ????: '?' '- A-r ? .'r'~ ' ? 8^®SiEiEE/ Worid'« Worker. ?' ? '
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
GLEANINGS. William IV. got into considerable difficulties over his first speech. It was a dull day, and the House of Lords was so ill-lighted that he oould not read his maniiBoript He consulted his Prime Minister, and finally losing his patience, 'Damn it,' he ' cried, ' I can't soe the thing.' Candies vot e then brought. A soldier who fought in tie Soudan tells the fnllowing story of Kitchener, the machine : — The troops were in the -middle of the desert, and some Arabians ho were attendants to the camp refused to do some trifling 4Qty. Kitchener heard of .it, and ordered a pa-ty of soldiers to take them out of the camp. ? Th's was done, The sol diers returned, but not tv e Arabians. 'What was done with, them P' 'The ? ? were bulleted; we wasn't safe with 'em.' — o— Melb. ;b getting hysterically gay in ite anxiety to hide its squalor and its rottenness from the ioving royalties on the wing hither. It would do Mr. York Wettin (or Guelph, which is it P) good if he wonld read Edwin Ar...
A BLUE MARK [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
A BLUB MASK Through thiB par. denotes that yoor subscription ia again due. Should yoa still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal note . to ' The Managing-Editor, The People, Kidman's Buildings, cornet York d Market-streets, Sydney.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
Manifesto of the Soclalisr Lahnr P^rtv. XN ORDER to give practical effect to the principles of Socialist League have decided to enter the Political field, recognising tbatonly by thlsmeanS can: the worklngHchulsobttltt ( control of the Governmental machinery, and the aims of Sool*|l|U^^:^ii^jba^ Wly} Australian Politics, standing onlj and uncompromisingly for tb«' ,*®W fovbe iiV ^ I ? , THB SOCIALIST With the establishment of the' Australian 'Commonwealth, new taking place, and the political and class divisions created by conflicting rndUjrtr^;MKl':.c!ate\intemte:wlU:Vbe;;m6»i^^^ than hitherto. These new developments will more than ever necessitate the existence ofa Socialist political party — ft fighting party . V- si — aiming at the complete overthrow of Capitalism — i.e., the private' Qwnen^^vtho.^'land and the: tools of praucUoa^^iPig jflwfe substitution of Collective Ownership and Control. Hence the Socialirt Labor ?W' vj- ^ THE ECONOMIC POSITION OP THB WORKER. * / /n We Social...
PLAIN WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
[?] Senatortdbunoh^l , I „ ^ Many Wel^fatentlo&ed wMd/^JL* Holman*, GteafeJl' r having olalma to rankf as ft flnftlAlifti 'STaH hW. a InrttltA*. 1 -'i®1 tioa of enr attitude. Holmag'a .-- paper advised the electors to vote , v -- for six ' autr-S^diata— fimith, Maodonfeell, Cotto«- Ross, No* ; ^ Deta^ Meagher as aQ idternatiTe V ' y Senate. . And .viewed from'WlEurt-' w' ever ? st|aidf|ird^ 'the rotten and crooked, for thens waa ; not two men in the owwawftffi 1 similar viewiu Yio. '-'.Tocsin,' which announ- - oeaitoelfas printa: the following : 'Th»f V7 ?pJicatlonrorthej.lBptorie^r'Aw their eJ^Uition0;at''^fi]||«iw^ to 'Peacock' of the Jam ' Board.' We arerin^ '';4^( formed also that the m*n inatru-? ^ mental in forming aunionlnoue; largp'Melbourne.. missed from his employment a week after the formation ofitte^ for ?t knows tW Yictorla will np ' i?& . down ? ? wiQi;; ite could aoarcely be jna^fied wer»; I- , - despotism, it. - la ' the effoort ,tp ^ .place capital o...
Reform or Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
Keforito or Revolution. ' RBfOBMi delayed ' ia Bevoln-^ tion began.' So declares a Syd ney sheet (bat wobbles along^as a 'Labor ' psper,.iliiB w&ile it ddes' ; modi in favor .of ? the; capitalist piarty led by Mr. Reid, with an/ocoasional 'qiiaok; on be- ; half? of the vfeeventl jpolitical . wasters - More notably Ifeig^soir andWateon— whohave the side of the Union Wrecker. ^Reform delayed ia Revolution . begun.' Is it ? That's jnat where the wide gal? yawns between the the solid in telligent revoidtiodairy working class -movement and^ tihe. sickly, wavering crowd th^ : Writes ? ' Reform ' on all its banners ancl shudders and snivels and whjjnt&s'' at the mere mention of an honest fight for clearly-defined principle! 'What i» ' Reform,' anyhow ? i ec isamex ae jjeon, tne oiear brained fighter of the American S.L.P., answer : ' We hear people talk about the ' Reformforces,'aboat 'JBvolatiOiit^ and about 'Revolution* in ways ' that are highly mixed. Let; na clear up ou...
The L.c.c. and Its Public House Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
The L.6.6. and Its Public House Licenses. At a recent sitting of the London Connty Council recently, one of the chief points to be decided was what should be done with the 34 licenses which have come : into its possession in connection with ihe street from Holbornto the Strand, The Pub'ic House Trust Limited, had made appli cation that 12 of the licenses should be trans ferred to them and they undertook to run the houses on the same lines as those nnder the control of the People's Refreshment House Association in vari ous parts of the country. The extremists on the Council, however, carried the day and by a fairly large majority decided that all the licenses should be lapsed. While respecting the earnestness of the temper ance party, led by Mr. J, W. Benn, one cannot but regret this decision. It simply means that while the Council has probably sacrificed £80,000 or £gor 000 marketable value, every public-house within the quarter of a mile will be benefited. To entrench and protect a...
THAT SENATE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
THAT SENATE ELEC TION. Because the number of informal votes cast for the Senate is s large, various methods of altering the system are suggested. Of course, capitalism is out with a proposal that candidates bo called upon to plank down a money dep Bit. This is about the least effective method of decreasing informal votes, but BAnU 1\a _ W ? 1 ? ? ? it.. J wvu. u uo uuo iiiV'oij euooiive mni«nou of preventing the candidature of working-class candidates. P. 0 posals that- any large number of electors fhould have to nominate a candidate are equa ly objection able, since a working-class candi date and his committee would, be oompelled to spend a considerable amount of time and energy in col lecting signatures, that they should be able to use in placing tbeir prin ciples before the whole body of the eleato-8. That these proposals are only put forward to block the So cialist or working class candidate is evident because the object al leged to. be Bought can be obtained far more effectivel...
General Federation of Trade Unions. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
General Federation of^ Trade Unions. According to the sixth quarterly report of the General Federafion ot Trade Unions, just issued, 64 societies are now affili ated with an aggregate membership of 386,575. mu. : ? ? ? j ? aL~ Afle lncuiiie uurnig me quarter has been £7^728 2s 8d, and the expenditure £920 17s 7d, The latter includes £743 paid in dis pute benefit, of which the . Gasworkers received £436 15s od, and the Engineers £160 15s od, the manage ment expenses were £177 17s 7d. The balance at the credit of the society now amounts to £34,958 143 1 id. The report does not make any mention of the ballot now being taken by the Gasworkers' Union as to whether it shall secede from the Federation, prob* ably because the G.W.U. Is acting entirely on its own in the matter, and, as yet, the Federation has no official cognisance of the -matter. If the Gasworkers do withdraw it will mean the loss of over £3,000 to them. This fact will pro bably be not without influ ence in deciding the res...
MARRY STEGGA & CO. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 April 1901
HABRY STEGGA & CO, The oldest Oltthing Store in Newcastle The Pla)*e where you get Good Value for your Money. — o— From Adelaide ' Advertiser ' : — ' The conoert whioh took place in Adelaide Town Hall in aid of un ? ? -1 ? J ? L ? _P 1L^ is ? J. a a employed memDerB 01 cue nrsu o. a . Contingent resulted in a benefit to - 9 men of five and sixpence each. The City Treasurer paid over the money to all but Bix of the benefi oiares on Tuesday evening, There were several undesirable features in connection with the concert. For instance, 91 persons occupied seats in the dress-oircle in complimentary tickets, although Lord Tennyson, who received complimentary tickets, set a good example by paying for them. The receipts were £27 17s. 6d., and expenses swallowed up £22 13s. 9d., including £4 for re freshments, leaving a balance for distribution of £5 8s. 9d. The, Towu Hall was given free.' Sup posing the Town Hf all had not been given fiee I A nation cannot rise above the level of it...
And then We Laughed. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
And then We Laughed. This is what we read iu a recent nnmbur of a Newcastle paper : — ' Mr. J. L Fegan is regarded by many people as a very lucky man. He got into Parliament 10 years ago when a working miner. Then he got on Parliamentary Com mittees which brought him in a handsome living. _ Afterwards he was appointed Minister for Mines and Agriculture in the Lyne Government, and now to the post of Home Secretary. There is no gainsay ing the fact that Mr. Fegan is a self made man j he owes his success to right down hard graft, persever .nee, and a determination to suooeed. He' has succeeded. He is entitled to the fruits of his labor.' And then we laughed, because we remem bered once having heard the Countess Waohmeister declare that it wa-i a very good thing some men were self-made — it lifted such a load of undesirable responsibility from the shonlders of Providence.
OPEN COLUMN. Was Jesus a Socialist? TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
OPEN COLUMN. Was Jesus a Socialist? TO THE EDITOB .wir, - Having noticed that Com rade Thomson has t een lecturing at Headquarte s to show that Jeans was not a Socialist, or at least, taught very ittle cilcala ed to aid the Socialist movement, I feel that a few words on the other side will leaiove some ignorance and assist the cauBe of thatjastice which both Comrade Thomson and myself have so muoh at heart. Jesus certainly 'd d not propound a out and dried socialism for curing the ills of society, yet a careful study of HiB one financial law, ' Lay not up for yourself treasures upon earth,' will show that He was a political economist and had given mankind the only finaaoial policy nnder whioh it is passible for civilisation to evolve a just and in- . telligent industrial and commercial system and abolish injustice J. M. Robertson's work. ' The Fallacy of Saving,' clearly ex plains that Jesns knew that indi vidual thrift must out ae any nation, so He commanded that private thrift, pr...
Federal Campaign Results. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
Federal (Campaign Results. - Tamwobth. For the New England electorate the Socia'ist Six polled as follows : Neill ... 191 Thomson ... I3S Melling ... 116 Morrish ... 92 Moroney ... 78 Holland ... 60 # SqpiH Sydney. Polling for Ihe Socialist Six was bb follows : Thomson ... '408 Neill ... 406 ' Moroney .„ 401 Holland ... 897 Morrish .- ... 841 Melling ... 234 #v / s ' , GotLBURN. Flowing' are the rotes recorded in Jho rW erriwa electorate for the Socialists : \ Neill ' ... 162 ~ Melling - ~ 130 \Hollattd ... 97 - , Thomson , , . 79 Moroney „ 88 Morrish . . 28
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
' v ? . ? 51, I The Russian, oetaaor diofed the pablkatioo portrait of OouMT to Toktoi Herr Bigger* the well Inaown German Socialist leade**, is Im ported to be seriously tt1. —? o~— ^ Citixen PuctoV, former member of the Reichatag for Mulhausen, hw been oondefonfed t^rthre* mootha*' imprisonment forl&e majesty - The democratic 1 joojfnal, ' H' Tempo,' whibh hasbeen published for a year and a half in Milao, has ; jast been pnrohaied by a groupfr of Socia ists,: amongst whom i* the1 Deputy Turatij fat the sum tj& £5,00C. Comrade t laudxo Trpvti is to be the editor, The Filipino ua to now 00a) pletely over, bat MoKinley needs 100,000 soldiers to' keep it trpm breaking * out agaio.-^FiitsbsMfJ ' Kansftn ' The cottiah Federation teoo^n mends the miners to- amept -3m shilling reduction, and 'the^Fifsi Coal Company intimate a dividend of 50 per cent on ordinary stages. Who u the foolP — *? L»borLe*der.' . Q ? \ . I ' Ownership - of air is a lo^icaif sequence to: ownership ...