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The Lyne-Fegan Job. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

The Lyne-Fegan Job. What are the facts of the Fegan case ? Here is a low-class politician who has succeeded- -n reaching Ministerial: office by dint of per sistency and canning. A treaoher oub partisan, familiar with the back stairs of intrigue, he made himself useful eo ex-Premier Lyne ; and he ia rewarded for his utility. Not, perhaps, more illiterate or less gifted than his patron, hiB ap parent recommendation is that he seems too servile to be ungrateful, and too well-trained to be officially over-scrnpulous. Minister Lyne has naturally ohosen an Under Secretary to snit his political self : like master like man. ' Job !' the appointment shrieks ; and ' Job !' and 'Job!' again, And the Public Service may go to the hell which back-Btairs politics has con structed fori1. — ' Bulletin.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Newcastle Subscribers ! A COLLECTOR from this office' I will visit Newcastle on Monday [ next, for the purpose of receiving subscriptions now due. Subscri bers will please note that money is urgently needed by the manage ment just now.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War's Cost. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

The War's Cost. The war in South Africa is coat ing on an average at least one mil lion sterling a week, and the death or the disablement by wounds or sickness of 760 men a week. Al ready 81 millions have been spent on it. That would have sufficed to buy^ land enough in England, and to provide the most scientific appliances for employing a million workers in industries for mutual support. It would have been enough to effect a genuine eman cipation for the outlanders of old England. As it has been spent, it has not even given the nominal freedom of voting power to the outlanders of the Transvaal, and is hastening a period of want and misery and consequent bondage for the British workers. Were ever -life and wealth squandered more wantonly ? — ' Brotherhood.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. MAY-DAY CELEBRATION NEW M ISONie HULL, Casfclereagh-street, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. GRAND - INTERNATIONAL CONCERT AND SPEECHES From 8 to 10 p.m. Dancing from 10 to 12. TICKETS, SIXPENCE. May be obtained from any of the Committee or at the door. PBATI0A.lt SOCIALISM IN AUSTRALIA. By Pesoe-at-Any-Price Paterton. Now in the hands of the Printer*. Will be Potted to any address for iod in ?tamps, JOHN PATEB80N, Box n.Tradis Ball, Broken Hill. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Old Platej repaired its remodelled BLiACKALL & HUNT Chemists and Dentists, Hunter 8treet, Newcastle, and Kemp-street, Wallsend Mr. Blaokall may be oonsnlted at -he Wallsend establishment on Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

A BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription is again due. Should you still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal note ? to ' The i Managing-Editor, The PBOPttE, Kidman's Buildings, corner Jork I andMarket-streetft Sydney.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Waterloo Branch. fl This Branch held its usual |fl fortnightly meeting on April 17 at « Comrade Proud's residence, 159 |a Wyndham-street, Alexandria, Com- fl rade J, Neill in the chair. fl Resolved that the members of fl the above Branch be requested to fl attend their respective Branch fl meetings. fl Resolved that there be a meet- I ing on Wednesday, May 1, ab the | corner of Raglan-street and Botany f Road at 7.89 p.m. The meeting to | adjourn to the Primitive Methodist [ School room were Comrade Pratt | will discuss : How to bring about \ Socialised ; or how to Nationalise the Industries in general. — A. B, i Psoud. Hon. Secretary. f

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Slack Slavery in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Black Slavery In Sontu Africa. A lurid light^hns .boen thrown upon the compound system of the De Beers' Company at Kimberley (says a Capetown correspondent of the ' Morning Leader ') by an in quiry into the circumstances attend ing the death of Titsane, a native who was shot whilst attempting, with others, to escape from the Premier Mine, Wesselton. On the night of OotobBr the 29 last the deceased, with others, at about a quarter past six, endeavored to escape. He had, of conrse, under taken to remain in the oompound and to work for the De Beers Company for a certain period! That period was not completed ' Bis attempting to escape was con sequently a breach of a civil con tract. For that he paid the penalty with his life. One of thq witnesses at the inquest was Major W. Roper C'aldbeok, of the 5th Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, and the evidence will surprise people who are not aware of the use to which the British soldier is being put in South Africa, and especially in Kim...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Constitution of the A.S.L. SUGGESTED ALTERATIONS AND AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Gonstitation of the A.S.L. I SUGGESTED ALTERATIONS 1 AND AMENDMENTS. 1 Rules 1 to 3 to stand as at i present. fl The following suggested altera- m tions of rules for admitting mem- fl bers has . been drafted by Executive M Sub-Committee. 11 Rule 3.— Any person desirous fa of becoming a member of any I Branch of the A.S L., shall, before | being nominated, answer and sign jf the followingquestions in the affirm- | ative : (a) Are you convinced that 1 the Capitalist form of society I in which we at present live, | and which the capitalists np- § hold, is based on class I supremacy ; maintained by class I Government through the private | ownership of the means of prodnc- -1 tion, distribution, and exchange ? | — Yes. (b) Are you convinced 8 that this economic power, the | possession by the landlord and \ capitalist class, subjects the work- | ing class — mental and mannal — to f a system of wage-slavery ? — Yes. | (o) Do you believe that this I system of wage slavery can only be f abol...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SOCIALIST VOTE. RECORDED MARCH 29, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

THE SOCIALIST YO E. '? RECORDED MARCH .29, 1901. Holland Helling Moroney Morriab NellL Thomson Barrier ... ... 643 178 650 219 572 1080 Bland ... 59 113 88 71 158 125 Conoblas ? 72 136 81 48 194 120 Cowper ? 100 87 51 52 221 135 Dally ? 262 154 224 226 323 3l4 Darling ? 121 120 107 82 178 128 East Sydney ? 168 114 220 207 204 204 Eden-Monaro ... 94 90 52 42 189 129 Gwydir ... ... 123 122 129 92 174 170 Hume ... ... 68 87 51 44 142 103 Hunter ... ... 101 53 68 75 114 58 Illawarra ... ... 120 126 103 71 278 131 Lang ? 200 158 210 182 286 256 Newcastle . ? 1025 471 695 341 449 751 Macquarie ... ... 51 78 *39 15 123 68 New England... ... 60 116 78 92 191 138 North Sydney ... 166 140 126 130 273 222 Parkes ? 109 108 115 96 201 195 Parramatta ... ... 58 €9 42 39 174 125 Richmond ... . ... 151 128 161 101 177 136 Riverina ... ... 89 82 75 60 148 115 Robertson ... ... 45 108 32 29 122 80 South Sydney ... 396 246 402 342 408 408 'Wentworth ... ' ... 84 80 102 113 141 140 Werriwa ... ... 97 1...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

;K GLEANINGS. /; Id a railway archway some religions allots had placed a placard bearing fH^ &? words, ' The wage* .of sin is B^tL» Underneath some railway ng chalked in equally large letters, ?The wages of this railway is worse.'' The Commander-in-Chief sf the Amy in Ireland is the Duke of Con ; sasght, his leading qualifications be ; jug-absence from Ireland, and the eheek to draw a salary. Professor Henry Davies, of Tale : Pniyerity, says that ' Socialism is the next great political creed to oc i dpyour attention, and the central problem in this creed is the question of the distribution of wealth.' One very much defeated S.A, candi date for the Senate unbluahingly, and with a bland and child-like smile, told the electors, at the calling of the poll, Alt be had merely come forward to : find oot where he best liked in the State, 10 that he might present him df there for election to the local Par Himent. ! lb. Plimsoll, by an exhibition of nrnwtness almost to the point of th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Making of Rich Men. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

The Making of Rich Men. j ' At the smallest average, for the making of a single rich man we make a thousand whose life is a flood of misery. The charnel house of poverty is in the shadow of the palace, and, as one is splendid, so is the other dark, poisonous, de graded. How can a man grow rich excep'i on the spoils of others' labor ? His boasted prudenoe and economy, what is it but the most skilfully availing himself of their necessities, most resolutely closing up his heart against their cries to him for help.' — J. A. Feoude.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The First Step. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

The First Step. I ' The rapid concentration of wealth evidences that the end of capitalism is near. This end is also evidenced by the rapid organisation of the working class. But how will the final step be taken ? What are the means by which the work ine class will emancipate itself ? ClasB interests and class politics are inseparable. It is erfectly natural, then,' that as these class lines be come more and more tightly drawn they shonid find political expression, and that the work ng class should organise politically to secure its rights. The olass conscious laborers, are to-day organised under the banner of Socialism. This party claims your confidence and support as laborers because it expresses vour interest and right' as a olass; Its purpose is to awaken in you a conception of your olass interests and lay the foundation of a class conscious politioal organisation. The first step towards emancipation is the capture of Parliament.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Man Repents. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

How Man Repents. I called to the Prodigal Man to return from the regions of gay-painted sin ; I told him the ring «nd the robe were prepared, And the feast was laid ready within. Oh, ' swift seemed the feet of that Prodigal Man To speed from his error and shame, Yet the mouth that seemed moving in .. 'penitent prayer Was chewing the husks as he came. „ Gok4tabgb Oixdi in the 'Bulletin.'

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

'P ATilVf Afl-IJNIJX. (By O.K» . ' Even the headless oyster,' says Darwin, ' seems to profit by experience.' And this is the teat of rational as distinguished from instinctive action. We meet a large number of working men with heads ! The man who believes he can represent all classes in the com munity is out as a candidate. The worker should give this type of individual a wide berth at the ballot box. There are only two classes in this country — the capi talist class and the working class — and their interests are diame trically opposed. One of them must go down. No man can legislate for both. Socialist thought is bound to pierce all institutions, and once the workers acquire the new con ception of their rights, it is sure to take shape in action. Trade and commerce depend on the purchasing power of the working class. In every country the workers constitute the world's market. To increase trade and commerce the capitalist must in crease wages to - enable the workers to buy back what...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why so Idle. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Why so Idle. Oh my brothers ! why so idle 1 Is there nought that you can do ? Men and women slowly dying,' ' Children starving, — so may you. Silent tongues will never help them, Selfish minds there are to fight, Tis your bounden, sacred duty— ' Use your Votes to help the Right. Men there are oppressed, and heavy . Are the burdens hourly borne, DonTyou think you'll help to scatter Clouds away before the dawn. Use your eyes ! and look around you Are things what they ought to be 1 Yours the fault for you could right them If the way you'd only see. WlLLUAH I'REAMl. Marrickville.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PROSPERITY" ITEMS CULLED FROM THE DAILY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

'PROSPERITY' ITEMS | CULLED FROM THE DAILY I PRESS. Yesterday dtorning, .upon Mr. Wilshire, S.M, taking his seat on the benoh at. the Kedfem Police Court, a woman, aged 38 years, with five children, presented her self foi' protection. ? The magistrate made an order for the admission of the woman and her children to the Benevolent Asylum. Brisbane, Tuesday. — Fifty men employed on r ilway deviation works at Alpha, and 50 unemployed, waited upon Mr. Hardacre, M.L.A., yesterday, stating that they were destitute. Mr. Hardacre promised to communicate with the Govern ment, with a view of having an additional cutting commenced. All the work heretofore authorised is under way. *—0— Brisbane, Thursday. — Complaint was made a couple of weeks ago that a number of destitute unem ployed were at Lilkivan, where they had gathered in the h'ope of secur ing work on the railway extension. Same further clearing work was provided, most of the men finding employment. Since then, however, another complai...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Treacherous Trenwith. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Treacherous Trenwlth. Minister Trenwith is having a bad time with the Melb. unem ployed, says . the ' 'Bulletin.' When plain Bill, the Labor mem ber, in a seedy coat and an old belltopper, Trenwith frequently led the uuemnloved to assaults on Ministers, but now that William is a Minister himself he adopts ex actly the tactics of the gentlemen he used to as-»il as enemies of* the people and bowelless autocrats. Trenwith tells the unemployed there is work in the country, and they muBt go to the country, and the cry of the lone farmer who wants to give good wages for good work and can't find workers is sup posed to be loud in the land. Meanwhile the unemployed insist that some of those who have tried the country have got ohancie jobs and have been worked like goaded niggers for Kanaka' pay, and swear that once outside of Melbourne you never hear of that anxious farmer who is clamoring for hands. If Trenwith is genuine in his ex pressed sympathy, let him get the anxious agriculturists' ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LETTER FROM LONDON. ACCIDENTS TO WORKPEOPLE IN 1900. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

A LETTER FROM i BONBON. (Bx John P«m.) J ACCIDENTS TO WORKPEOPLE IN 1900. According to the otatistics com piled by the Labor Department of tho Board of Trade, no lets than 4832 workpeople met with fatal aocidents while at work in 1900, In 1899 the number was 4458; in 1898, 3998. It will be seen, there fore, that 1900 was a very black year from this point of view. Of these 4828 people, 1889 were engaged in the (hipping trade/ 1049 in ..mining, 626 on the rail ways, and 802 in facories. The shipping employees have naturally fared the worst, but the proportion of railway men killed iB terribly large. The number of non-fatal acci dents was alno yery large in 1900, being 104-n-i~'a8 compared with 96.248 i 1899, 79.869 in 1898, 63,905 in 1897, and 57.472 in 1896. TRADE UNIONIBM IN FRANCE At the end of 1899, there were 2685 trade unions in France, the total membership of which was 492,647, an increase of 73,000 as compared with the previous year. It will be seen,: therefore, that Labor is ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

Key Note. Ab we see ground that has long lain idle and unutilised, if it be rich and naturally fertile, abonnd with innumerable sort of weeds and un profitable wild herbs }*and that, to make it perform its true office, we must cultivate and prepare it for such seeds as are proper for our service : even so it is with our minds, which if not applied to some certain study that may fix* and restrain them, run' into a thousand extravagances, and are eternally roving here and there in the in extricable labyrinth of restless imagination. — Montaigne. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 27 April 1901

HARRY STEGGA and CO. f for | Dungaree Trousers ( eat American) f Moleikin 'trousers J Working Shirts and Flannels i; A vulgar Sydney print says that jj ' Clarence and York were rivals t' for the band of Prinoess May, and | Bhe preferred York all the time.' j WANTS D.— Addressed to th e j Miners and other users of DODDS' PICK, and other TOOL HAN- j DLES, that all handle* from date of j Dodd*' mike will be branded thus— j j (f TOOL HANDLE j 1 1 MANUFACTURER, I 11 MAKER, I j HUDSON ST., JJ X^{j.TON, I also beg to take this opportunity to THANK the Miners and other users of my handle* for ? their assistance during the past 18 yean in building up a little . Australian Industry againat all obstaolsi. FBEDERIO DODDS, 1-10-90 Adjoining New Flour Mills

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