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"THE PEOPLE" [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
[?] V, 5/i ^ ? ? I - ' „'' fii 1|to be seen by s*pr *epott iaaa ?tbaejpartof tbia isea* the trnex peeled has happened and the rerdiot la tbe libel case is against n*,and,inclQding eoefc, as matters tmr friend, ire are.liablefor an j^^ntaffcoaohing 4100. So ft* msMpm KjW- aTactica lias been ;'&tddMfoiWtieadrd Bxeeutive, T^.^ei in ^ kad obtamed a* verdict, the plaintiff ooold hare evaded paying i,.^^r*rt4fta°|re°L r , llaw/whetlier the mdvemeut de j ^dea tormise tbe amount of the ?iM* we wish to im -- mdM -? tot' difficulties— as it will lire through still greater difficulties in tbe future that flea .before it, fieadin oca aid t» tar getting .new subscribers, and * Aoseabea4j oQo--. books can also -/ ie much by forwarding their snb ^ ^ ?etfptirts Mspoaaa the ywe dap. *' *** wh®°1» tfgfei ^ h*iry *** tf*ad of *-«*% apon it r- '. ? - . . - 1 . . ' 1 . ;
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
*' The P««ple.' SbbsReokivkd/S/' O.D., Sydney, Is ; O.L., New town, 1b ; L.B.| Newtown, 2fl ; P. B., North Sydney, 3s ; Mrs. B. Miller's Point, 3s ; L.B., Sydney, 3s. . Mrs. B., Woontina, 5s ; J.Q., Woonona, 5s ; W.K., Queanbeyan, 1b ; M L,, Qneanbeyan, Is j M.G., - Queanbeyan, Is ; A P., Qaean beyan, Is ; O.Mi, Sydniey, 2s ; C. J., Sydney, 3s j A. L., Sydney, 2s; H.E.,1 Dudley, 3s ; W.O.. Dudley, 28 ; A.JL, Nuabacca. Heads, 2s ; W.F., Pyrmont, Is J.H., Pyr inont, 2b ; F.G., Burwood, 2s ; ?— .Rj Balmain, Is ; O.H., New town, Is.
[?] OF P.L.L. WHICH IS THE STRONGER? [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
mVt«BP.LL. [?] [?] lllfll# S2SSES2 WibeiE':*W'faorihl. lav, Wtf S^^^W^t«$^waa notice that «u - w-*k- H mrSumlm ^ feast la them Wheatheflrsi Federal elfotfon p^iwuui $te*tb iunounptd him the Chrrdir. ; S^uehow or other, phowi^t^l^i ^tedidatars ^aded ia , nuHlBt jtirn writing f^ae letton ?thkmis «^twaiiaent .neteS oaijto r Mu^^/neoutiveof the P.Lli' ' IkmHi went, on tbe same game. He%ospted the Bwfonisa noqw JwA JttPjLJA-ar 'labor party,' «ad t /fkMMft M 5y nottgh to sqoaie the ^Ibrst whsti tibey adTertissd for a 'ftbot o^didato for Haoqaarie,' ' br aeading along the asps! pledge. Ia talking at pledges, it is. to be dteaqtly nnd^estood that neither t SleaiaaorFeigason pnt more stoolc in temperance pledgee thaa . doea v th^ Jeader. Togf Tosspot SChus Ferguson beoame Prateo tiooist-LabcHr. candidate Cor Mm- quaiie, bat, nnfortonatelj fm him, WP^iP«d tt-M rtitt sfaek to thsCHsto teatrs Jeafiuag to know him too wed. 3fojr*Ver, he evi djBQtly jmagraea that, ^ke Paoej. ,1* -*nswid 'the P-L-...
Broken Hill "Labor" Council. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
Broken Hill 'Labor' ? ?. eonncll.' Thb pnbliahave been informed? more than on'OQ that 10 or y; firbken Hill's 12 aldermen ' ike' 44 labor ' men. they are, they::are xlotT intdlUgent' ? v^eome Melbourne. York ooinee here to. add eclat to the Go verninent of, Australia by the capitalist 0IMWL - r Mid to aid in gilding th? chains or ^age^lavery . rivetfed ito, rv limbs bf the Australian ^briniig: olass. ' Any '? labor '''adyp«ite._. : who does not see clearly tluit open ; antagonism tosuchanindivi^usl' and all he is representative of^ia the' duty of anyone clMtfing~to; speak in the interest of r thej working class, must be eithiBf very stupid or very dishoi^K,, It is such 'labor' leaders as tneM who make scabs like Sleath and Fergiwon possibiei l;Th6 Mayor who got this p«r- ':'^x mission is a ^ labor ' Mayor^ and : i the majority of those' who thus: v ; j allow him to misrepresent thi; ? intelligent working class tan 44 labor ' aldermen 1 , # (r,v Wanted, a clarified working- ; class m...
He is an Instance. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
Heir an Instance; ? . ?' Bruok Skith : ' Theabsenfje of local government was emin ently demorali«ing to the public,. „ ; because it et^ooumged an ^M* ..view; of £be distirilmi|oic| ; -t; money, and it vpi Mqmorallaing; to the memter becanke instead,^ .fiein^ able ' fo ;iekd^;^ about im^rtMt^.litlcitfn^ r ? he was, a sort of general ag«ni: . .' .' The ' present syitein' brought into pabllc life meii.wlio. werole^'fltted'tor^lfc'^; no man is less fltted than li* lo represent the people; because be do^tB not believe that ihe people should rale. The man's isoiibri); ~ ; . icr a fine specimen of peyehologi oal architecture.
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
FREAKS AND FRAUDS, ? — v ? ? ? ? 8. me people make most inappro priate gifts. Some admirers .(/es, even hat) of the eoab Ferguson have presented hi u with 'a splen did silver tea servioe and a hot water kettle.' That tea servioe is absol utely useless to the receiver, but it would have been appropriate to have placed a demijohn of whisky alongside the hot water- kettle Thev should have taken the opi ion of Ferguson's ''leader,' Toby Tos - pot, on the subject be tore deciding. Toby and his new admirer have very similar tistes. - — 0— Last week 5 ydney . ypos. had a 'spread' to celebrate their nnion having lived for 21 years. To tell them of the association's present prosperou-i condition they invited Buch mends of tin 'oomp. as W. A. Gulliok, now Government prin-, ter, who was more responsible than any other printer in reducing wages some six -years back, and Watkin Wynne, who led in benefitting the 'oomp.' by introducing the 'lino.' However, Wynne and Gulliok oould see the irony of ...
CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
CENTRAL BRANCH. Members are requested to attend a special meeting on Tuesday next April. 23. ' Business of importance in con- ' neotion with the Conference. F. H. Drake. - Hon. Secretary, According to the 'D.T.' houses in Sydney are letting rapidly and rents are rising. It's time some at tention- was given to the fleecing of the landlord olass. Wanted a Local Government Bill giving ample powers of taxation— land values and otherwise. Under the capitalist system the working man. is a slave. It is only slaves that are'bonght andvspld. Merchandise is aomething that ban be bought and sold ; no free man can bebought and sold.
DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
DOMAIN. April 21st : Attend hall, stump and papers, Isaacs, Hohnsbein, and Klostermann. Chair, McCoy. April 28 : Attend hall, stamp and papers, Carson, MoDer mot and Stevens. Chair : Pen nington. In Christian England : When May Wicks, 13, was at Marylebone Police Court oharged with being destitute at Kilbnrn, Mr. Whelan explained that the child's mother was undergoing six weeks' imprison ment for assaulting the police.^ She had no father, and was living in an underground kitchen with her grandmother, four boys . aged 21, 19 15, and 9 years, and a girl of 18, all of whom ocoupied and slept in tie same room. — — o — ? Fruit growers round Sydney are talking of starting a co-operative jam faotory. This will be oo-ope ra- tion not Socialism. The farmer will still be prepared to give atari vation. wages to ^ the farm hand and the faotory hand, — o— Seven Russian students who took part in the rising at Kiev have been condemned to death for refusing to take the military oath of fidelity. It...
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
FIXTURES. The following out-door propa ganda meetings have been arranged for s ' North Shore — Saturday, 20th— Mc'. oy and Morrish. Sunday Night Martin Place and Bathurst-street. Sunday, April 21. — Prince Alfred Park. Holland and Isaacs. Marx Hill at 7, Speaker ; O. C Pennington. Subjeot : ' The Effects of Socialism. Wednesday, 24th— Balmain, Hol land and Isaacs. Saturday, 28th — Rockdale — Mor ? rish and Batho.
THE LIBEL. VERDICT FOR THE PLAINTIFF. 130 AND COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 April 1901
THE LIBEL. VERDICT FOR THE PLAINTIFF. *30 AND COSTS. On Friday, April 12, the long delayed libel case, O'Snllivan v. Holland, came on for hearing at v Maitland before Aoting-J adge Sly. \ This ease arose oat of the publi cation, in 'The People and the Collectivist,' of a statntory declara t on made by one David Williams, fjifeot that he(W illiama) had been a seaman on the British ship Yiotoria Regina, and that, wishing to leave the vessel, he ancfother members of tbe or ew had engaged 0 Sullivan to conduct negociationB with the captain, the resnlt of whioh was that the men secured their dis charge by forfeiting one-half of the amount of wages due to each of them to the captain and by each paying to O'Snllivan the sum of £1. This took place on March 20 of last year. In tbe course of an article dealing with the matter- contained in the statntory dto'aration, O'Snl livan was referred to as a Crimp who should be proseoated by the polioe.. Plaintiff claimed £500 damages, and was represen...
Government Billets. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
Government 3illets. 1 No less than 12,653 persons applied for 1,100 billets vacant in the Railway Service of the State of Victoria. strange ! Surpassing strange ! why so many should want Government billets. The reason why they want State em ployment is, because employment of that character is uermanent. They can build a home, and arrange their future when their living is assured as long as they attend to their work. While out side in the open market no man who workB for wages can say he is really safe, and can build a home, without fear of being wrecked by the system. We want State em ployment for all. Socialism means homes for alL
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
KERNELS. I Truth is violated by falsehood, I and it may be equally outraged by silence. — Ammian. One night, in 1893, when the House was in Committee, and the closure came into force automati cally at ten o'clock, after an in flammatory and ferocious speech bad been made by Mr. Chamberlain, twenty members refused to pro ceed to the division, the result of which was a free fight on the floor of 'he House. Many of those mem bers are now Ministers or other officials in the Government which i recently ejected the Irish party for a similar 'offence.' Sixty defcectiues and plain-olothes police raided a Melbourne ' two up school ' securing 110 persons. But gambliog -at the fashionable clubs proceeds uninterfered with. Melbourne unemployed Ehould now cease threatening, and get to work to organise and cabby out that idea of taking a hand as an inde pendent factor in the Great Squirm before the Dookoyork. ? As it was in the beginniog : Ac- ' cording to the balance sheet of the I Colonial/ Ban...
Odious Comparisons. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
Odious Comparisons. The average wages of the work ing man are generally put at 30s a week. The average wages of the beneficed olergy are over £300 per year, and the average wages of a Bishop abont £4,000. And they do not all have to borrow money to rub along. Tolstoy says, 'We will do anything for the people, anything but get off their backs.' — ' Clarion.' The Dutch Government haB brought an Apt into Parliament for the State exploitation of coal mines ' in the Souta province, Limburg.
The Coming Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
The Coming Freedom. I Let us cons:der a moment what Socialism will bring to men. First of all, it will mean universal security, nniversal leisure, uni versal education. No more of this frenzied struggle for a living, no more worry and hurry, no more bnstle and hustle. Everyone will be born into a life in which his material wants will be supplied in return for a few hours of pleasant daily labor The Socialist Common wealth, having eliminated the enormons wastes of onr competitive system, utilising the most efficient machinery, organising the industry for the first time in history, on a rational and scientific basis, will be able to grant to all not merely the necessities of life, but even its luxuries. When the economic motive is removed, when man's sonl is freed from the shackles of commercialism, the energies of to day will be diverted into higher I and nobler channels. There will be a renaissance of art, literature, | mnsio, science. Humanity to-day is like an untitled garden, and...
FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
FREEDOM, /.' ; Toil and p»y I The world one* oold j Speed thy prayer, for time is gold. At th' door Need's rubtle tread t Pray in haste, for time it bread. And thon plow' it and thou bew'st, And thon rivet'st and lewest. And thon harveitest in rain — Speak 1 O, man. What ii thy gain ? FIv'lt the ihnttle d&v *nr3 niivTit Heav'et the orei of earth to light. Fill'it with treasures plenty's horn ; Brim'it it o'er with wine and con. But who bath thy meal prepared, Festive garments wit'i thee shared ; ' And where ii thy cheerful hearth, l'hy good shield in battle dearth ? Thy creations round thee see All thy work, but naught for thee. Tea, of all the chains alone thy hand forged, These are thine . own. Chains that round the body oling, Chains that lame the spirits wing, Chains that infants feet, indeed. Clog ! O, workman ! Lo ! Thy meed, What you rear and bring to light. Profit! but the idle wight, What ye weave of diverse hue, 'Tis a curse — your ody due. What ye build, no room i...
MAY-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
MAY-DRY. On Sunday, May 5, in the Do main. the Australian Socialist League will hold its annual May Day Demonstration, when special resolutions will be submitted, and ] a. number of speakers will deliver addresses. At night, in Marx Hall, an international concert will be held See next issue, for particulirs.
PLAIN WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901
I PLAIN WORDS. Will Melbourne unemployed bare grit enough to parade before i Boyalty and Royalty's other wife ? ; And if they do, how will Treacher -. oas Trenwith's capitalist Govern-. Patent get over the difficulty? V Bboot 'em down ? Or jail 'em ? The quickest way to get an ; efficient Factories Act in New Sonth Wales is for the local Par ; fitment to graft all tbe good points ; of the Victorian Factory Act on to -? gar present measure, and appoint v piffinienfc inspectors. A minimum ~ fi^e and 'no work to be taken .oat' will go a long way towards t notching sweating. ; Great Britain raises 50 per cent [: of her revenue by direct taxation. - Wanted an Australian State to do V the same. 'The Socialists scored only at tbe Barrier and Newcastle,' says Sydney 'D.T.' Quite right; So i cialiam being a ' working-class : need, first appeals to large aggre gations of workers, to be eventually mpported by all as their intelligent I class solidarity grows Great Britain's National debt is ; ...