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SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

SALMAGUNDI. (By O.K. ' The London Cheque Bank has closed. The great value- of this bank (a contemporary says) was that its cheques were guaranteed. The back found favor with a large number of persons at its inception, but the competition or other banks, who afterwards likewise guaranteed certain cheqnes by perforation, the competition .of the 'post-office by postal notes, and the forgeries to which the bank was subjec ed, have decided the directors to stop the concern. We were always under the impre sion that the capitalist believed in competition, bnt here is an instance of capitalists cLsing a bank because the competitors were too strong. If competition is good, the Cheque Bank ought to be run ning now. Bismarck's fears of a 'learned proletariat ' seem to be realised in his own land. Prussia and the medical profession are no v troubled with an ' Over-production of physi cians.'. In Charlottenburg alone, where fifty doctors, after ten years of arduous practice,' do not earn more th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTO THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

hto I hsar a voice of murdtinas wrath : We have not buriad enoagh of slain, Too UtUe haroe nuurkaompath; ? Wherefore ao geutl«,sd huiains 1 Fulfil your mission ; apoii and burn, v.. Fling forth th* halplsais babaa aa .well,.-. And let the ohildran'a ehildren learn - To hate y ou with th a hata af helL So shall the god of war n?t bok ; l His tribute ; and the ' long-foiled lkht ; Be for tne hundredth time thraat baok Into the night, into the night. \ Wuxuk Wats Ck, in ' The 8peaker.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PLENTY OF WORK AND HIGH WAGES." [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

'PLENTT OF WORK AND HIGH WAGES. ' According' to O'Sullivan, this is to be the See Government policy, and O'Sullivan's-- department- is evidently preparing for the good time, as shown by the following daily press par Application has been made by the Government to the City Coun oil for a lease of the Exhibition Building, in Prinoe Alfred Park, for the purpose of converting it in to an nn mployed rendezvous. The intention is to establish an offioe, at whioh the unemployed might be interviewed ; and also to pronde accommodation where the more necessitous -can be honsed during the severe winter months. The counoil recognises that part of its functions is to provide a suit able place of shelter for the home less and destitute men who have to sleep oat in the Domain and parks and other places during the cold weather. ' Prosperity ' in the land of the Kanaka : Brisbane, Tuesday. — Mr. Jenkinson, M.L.A., has reoeived a telegram from Kildivan stating that there are 1 00 unemployed there and t...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

A BLOB MaRIt Through this par. denotes that your sabooriptioii: ' is 'again due. Should you stiU wish to haVe the paper continued, please forward postal note to ^ Thei Managing-Editor, Thb Pkopls, Eadman'e Buildings, oornerTork and Mar ket-streetjj Sy daisy.'' '

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PROSPERITY" ITEMS HOW THE AGED WORKERS PARE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

'PROSPERITY' ITEMS HOW THE AGED WORKERS FARE. Thb luxurious living allowed to the aged of the working class by capitalism is shown by the follow ing daily press items : — The number of applications for old age pensions in the Newtown district is far exceeding anticipa tions. Each day during the past week quite a stream of old men and women has wandered into the Newtown Police Court offiies. The number of application forms forwarded to the ohamber magis trate was far from equal to the de mand. Already nearly 800 appli cations duly signed and attested have been lodged at the Newtown office, whilst fresh applicants are arriving constantly. If the rush at the Paddington Court-house for application forms is any criterion, the department administering the Act will have a busy time of it during the next few months. TW* .distribution 'tit the eastern suburbs centre com menced on Tuesday morning, and so great was the demand that by yesterday morning not one of the 300 forms supplied to that ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The [?] [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

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Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Dignity of Labor." IN WAR AND PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

' The Dignity of Labor.' IN WAR AND PEACE. A qdebtioh which is sometimes debated is whethrr the death-rate in the war is any higher than it is in industry. A recent article in one of the magazines deal* with tbe question exhaustively. From Sep tember, 1899, to August, 1900. 4,308 persons were killed and 89,042 injured by industrial acci dents. in Great Britain. These , figurf s, especially those referring to the injured, are by no means ex haustive, and only represent scsi dents sufficiently important to be reported by the employers to the Board of Trade. Still, the figures ?re alarming enough. The num ber of people who were exposed to risks, out of which these accidents' arose, was 5,41 6,042, so that one workman was killed in each ' 1,260 employed and one injured in every sixty. This represents a per oentr age of 0.79 per 1,000 for deaths and 16.44 for injuries. Taking ? the death-rate in war as shown in the return of the present campaign! for each eleven exposed one is killed, an...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
About Tautology. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

A»oatTai«tolo0y4 saying the same thln^ow^w^* - ^ mariai^Bays : ' T^^ogy 'un^ Ijgf * occurs -when the ftpedn&f Urtoqtt'. ' :.or'jUai$U^hoe^;;i|^rel|«^ wotdsj by/' and- stgun.'' ?' ' -i ? : ^ natural^ vehicle of. emnh*el|edir ^ r, L-; ' on ;nr;niiTftric Speech is the vehiole ing information' and* ideas tct'^ ' '' others. See that you have In- * ^'-'s formation and ideas to convey b0-, , -

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

SABSt BXKWA4CO, Th* oidMk OWkiof B4o*v in IfinrpSaM* n* FUo* what* )0»^fihwd Ya ns toryirul ' ? ? ??ar'-V-r'-'S 1 \ ' . '' ^ 4 . . 1 ^ 1 , iir *' -? v ' } W ' ' tt; ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL EQUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

SOCIHL EQUALITY. (From the Social Democrat.) The phrase ' Social Equality ' readil recalls to ua the great French Revolution, so closely con nected is the term with that Btormy event. Those three i spiriting words, 'Liberty, Equality, Frater nity,' stirred the souls of men as no other cry has since done They svmbolised fcheasnirations and ideals of some of the greatest social and political enthusiasts of the eigh teenth and nineteen h centuries. One hundred and thirty years have now elapsed since Rou«seau wrote hia famous essay espousing equality, and more than a century has passed since the great historic Revolution lit up a continent with its fiery flame, yet we still lack political liberty, social equality, and human fraternity. The French, in their struggle for freedom, failed to Bee that their abolition of their feudal bonds only prepared the way for the shaokles of ' liberty of contraot' —liberty to become wage-slaveB to a capitalist class instead of remain ing feudal laborers...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

THE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian SocialUm PttMltbad every Satard&y Morula? it KIDMAN'S BUILDINGS, . Corner York and Markot-sts., , SYDNK Y, faOBSORIPTION. Rev South Wales, One Tear (is tlnioe) .. u . . .One Quarter . .. .. is. Stogie Copy .. .. Id Other Colonies— Is 6d per quarter, 6a per year. Bncland. America, and other countries .'a pet ? r** ADVBRTI3B1CBN1& Stogie iDMrtiOD— Flut inoh, Se 6d ; each sober qnent Inch, l»«d. Bpeolal amagementa for (tending contacts A11 communications, literary and busi ness, to beaddressed, and cheques, P O. Orders, Portal Notes, etc., to be made pavab'e to Hi E. HOLLA.ND, Managing Editor. ABBOTT nd WOOD, Solicitors, Sc. J. ARTHUR WOOD, Notary Poblio. Wood's Chambers Soott-street, Newcastle. Money to lend in luge or una, sums ? ? A. RE ID, SOLICITOR &o. to Ommiasioner for Affidavit* BOI/TuN STREET Newcaatle. m A. B R A Y B I a Solicitor, -kc, 'Court Chambers, Bolton Street, ' \ ? Newcastle ? TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Real...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

KABBY SIBGCtA and CO.: ' tor'. . Dungaree Trousers ( est Am»rie*n) Ifolesldn troosen Working Shirts and Flannels If your sub. is in arrears, send it along at once. The cash is needed. MSiS iiSllliSliS

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Penny Postage. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

Penny Postage. There will be an attempt to secure penny postage throughout the Commonwealth. The insti tution known as the . ' P.L L.' boasted of having indnced the New South Wales Government to secure arrangements for cheap cable services, and in doing so in their minds eye they no doubt saw a tremendous rash of Aus tralian workers daily to the 6.P.O. to make use cf the cheap cable to Europe. So penny postage will be lauded as another boon to the working class, and the average worker, who possibly spends 6d per month on postage stamps, will be informed that it will be a mark of advanced civili sation when that 'tax' is reduced to (say) 3d, or elBe he can send double the quantity of letters for the same money. In the mean time, the business man . who re ceives and answers a budget of letters daily will realise that capi talist administration of the State postal department has reduced hia expenditure by some hun dreds of pounds per annum. It will be just one more successful raid by c...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

|§4 ^ EMPLOYERS' 'IilABHiITT.-^An Em^oWMklltr A*W ; tbe tHwpia'ito r (be m«|- Mtive ,«- Abolition of &l H^U o, jpj-jtanol id. 1HI W&Slfi Efl^' Fan) ^m^toUist-Xabor Party demands , MHm^from all who be'ieve ' -n So (Ppaaitod doJire to hare an elective Ig^^iSe biy the Booialiat League's ^ jjmiuit Workers to arrangemeetiiigs . figjj|$gisy ue likely to do good in their' ' ?|||S^j{OU ?-range * meeting inyonr 1 NKjlpelt so, vend' along yonr name MN0^IM-and what* yon are prepared p3ro|jrone can do something. p^S&orcall at Marx Hall. ^JrAlf'*6lnmumcatio-ns to be addre/sed— 4' J. O. MORONET - «. Acting-General Secretary. P 1L,'' «. \ .... L . ....... %2+j ? ; ? ? ? * TJ.SE . : PEER ESS m&Mim ? POWDER. t ; — o—' flil Bast that Money can Buy t All (towers. S1LBERT BROS. COACH FACTORY, ass -( 357 Hunter St. west. V * i TJIVBRY Description of VEHICLE 111 built to Order. Of the Newent Pe5gn, with the BEST MATERIALS. ' Carriages Sulkies, Baggies, Spring' Carte, etc. ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Something Really Funny. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

I^H^dng Really Fanny. ^^?sifbtlowing gem appeared in Daily Telegraph' of the 'f^fABF LABOR IN STD.NET- ' - T0 11511 EDIT0E- ?^gni*v*fai yesterday's issue yon as ^Mflt^liit-tiiere is ' considerable stir SWuillM mmIm tfip.inorh t.ha innnn n f ^atfr&ular letter, appealing to the ?p|ltish:shipo wnere to facilitate the pesswge of men to this: State, wil &Sg-to engage in wharf work, in ^Hoeh. branch of industry the circu hc -deolares the wages are £2 8s par week exclusive of overtime and opportunities for employment most wentifaL' Will you permit me, as JfotfetazT of . the Wharflaborers' ITn«m, to say that I know of no 'Wr,h oon iderable or otherwise, amongst the members of my anion. Aft to the circular letter dleged to hare been forwarded to the ship owners of Great Britain, the union kaowa nothing of it officially. Per sonalir, I decline to believe that the stsredores* Association could have been guilty of deliberately circulating such statements as are alleged ? to be o...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

[?] y N ORDER to give practical effect to the principles control of the Governmental machinery, and the' alms Cqf So^Um* a; With the establishment of the Australian Commonwealth, ' new taking place, and the political and olass divisions created by conflicting industrial andclaai fatolwll 'wfll tHfc'kwWjraBM than hitherto. These new developments will more than ever necessitate the —aiming at the complete overthrow of Capitalism— i.e., tbe private ownershipofthe land' tad tfip (Kjli t^l JtpiJl,tl*^W-T . - substitution of Collective Ownership and OontroL Hence the Socialist Labor Party. § s ? -? J* THE ECONOMIO POSITION 'OF' THfe 1 iii ' i We Socialists base oar organised existence on a recognition of th» nanfliAHnj nlsiMr ifttftrsflta thflt rflTfrfir ricaiH l l1-/ ' Society, and hold that only by the workers acting consciously asa olass and voting noH«Hy tfr -t? Private Ownership of the means of life can Equal Opportunity be Becuretl for all. We poInttO tt»fiti*ih8t b«ai 2h-pK'u ( whi...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Libel Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

The Libel Paad. PrevioaBlyeoknowledg«d,'£4lB 6d. J.H., Is ; F.MoO,7a» 64 ; A. H, (Warialda), 6s ; Collected by P'A.G., (Rtohiaoiad Biver), Us. Total, JW ls Od, ? / ' S v ? r '

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Class Straggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

What tbe Glass Straggle Is. Th k class st nggle is a straggle between those who have and those who have, not ; a struggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a atrugg e between those who take and thofle who make; a at nggle between those who exploit and those who resist exploitation : a Btrncrffis be' tweeu the capitalist class, which must continue to exploit in- o der to live in idleness and ' luxury, and the working o'as-, whioh must pnS an end to.the straggle by revolu tionising in the interest ~ of ' the working class ! the entire etrnotare of iadust ial society.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

WHAT SOeiALISM IS. The ethios of Socialism are identical with the ethics of Oh ristiinity . — Enoy clopsedia Brittanloa. ^ _ The abolition of that individual action on whio'i modern societies depend, and the substitution, of a regulated system of co-operative action — Imperial Diotion- ? ary. A theory of sooiety that advocate i a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed —Webster. A science of reconatructiiSgpgociety on an entirely new basis by substituting the pritoiple of association for that of com. petition in every branoh of human in dustry* — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or systen of local organi. sation -which would abolish entirely' or in great part the individual effort and competition on whioh modern society 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 struments of producti...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lie to be Nailed [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901

V H Lie fe be Nailed. '-ft has boeti industriously oiro- : :ittted by interested persons that Thb froma occupies its present -pre- mites rtnt free, said premises being t^bSSK^eeiwB®' jsVsulOenant, ' aadlmyoneis at liberty to inspect 5^;;\^i;'«-eapfs.:: yftithermoii*, thepeaaphlet in queatton has not l^i^VV^l^lfflreawiit from publication, ao lipid that just previous to the ^%jpppral ? i-tfectione, ? - we found our rao|mly;; e^Qi^ted! and we» aoi able, to pat through another edition beflauaeofeur United plant* which ' of ;f ^ji--Bri^:jnrt«ra : coming from - total nearly 8000 }.' ; therefore, in doe ?',.; be v^Wfcio is responsible for the lie we if

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