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SCOTLAND'S RECORD STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

SCOTLAND'S RECORD STRIKE. AND AUSTRALIA'S GO VERNOR-GENERAL. A Newcastle friend for wards The People the Hamil ton (Scotland) Advertiser of November 17, 1900, containing an account of a strike of lead miners at Leadhills. This strike, whi jh is described as ' Scotland's Record, has now entered upon its third year, and the settlement seems to be a long way off. How the strike was brought about may be of interest to Australian readers. At the outset, the miners claimed an advance of %1\ per cent, on their wages. They alleged that some time be fore that period they had sub mitted to a reduction in wages because of the selling price of lead having dropped to so low a point as £9 per ton ; but that while agreeing to the reduction they did so on the clear under standing that when the selling price reached £13 per ton the re duction would be restored. On approaching the managing direc tors with the request to imple mont that promise, the men were met by the answer that the mines were unpro...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FETTERS RIVETTED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

THE FETTERS RIVETTED. After various delays the Cen tennial Park was reached, and after much more cirensing they sang ' O God, our help in ages past.' Seemed; though, as if they reckoned it rather doubtful to depend on the Almighty alone. They'd rather place reliance on the uniformed man-killers who figured most prominently in all the show. Then the Primate prayed — no, he read a silly jumble said to be composed by Gov. Tennysou of South Australia. There-was something in it about 'truth and justice, peace and happiness.' Liars and hypo crites, these capitalistic flunkeys 1 The cabby's friend . prayedV for Hopetoun, too, and asked that the Scotchman might be inspired to collect' his huge rents for the honor and gloryipf Providence, that's how it appeared to THB' piwlaniatl6ntlandthewmn^«ri-»n' who (tookJn^lBld^^d ^ri^Wed ^^VfttfOM^ «mebl«nkc«rtridWT2re fired, aitp bishop of Sydney's choir of 400 voices.' ...'?'. During this 20th century those fetters will be broken ; they will fall fr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

?-?-:c - ? :. ? ? ,. . tsssg^mz ; 8illybrationB affected ,6ypn*y Town^all clock tolr^iS3»

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Election Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

Federal Eleetton earn* ?? . . '??? . '? palgnPiind.^^||| j PiWionBlyaclmowle^edlii^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

%y THE PROCESSION. : The procession left the Domain at about 10.30, and weaded its way under the coal arch, which bore the inscription ' Omnia Vincit Labor ' (labor overcomes alt things) ! There were ten coal-miners in that procession. And there was WallEend coal in that arch — and A.A. coal, and Newcastle Co.'s coal. Years ago the A. A. Co. secured its million acreB for nothing, together with all the convict labour it required —for nothing it gets its huge profits now. And the Wallsend Co;'s £10 shares are now worth .more' than £30; and the share holders (who don't labor) have had more than £700,000— seven times their original share capital —back in dividends ; and Car dinal Moran, who supervised the beautiful singing of the children when the . Scotch landlord ap peared, is a shareholder in the Wallsend Co. And the Newcastle Co. used to make profits by en dangering the lives of its coal slaves. And 'labor overcomes all things ! ' You bet. But, all the same, the push that doesn't la...

Publication Title: People
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FETTERING THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

FETTERING THB STATIGN. . _ ? w ? . Ch, Pope, had I thy satire's darts To gie the rascal t'jeir deserts, I'd rip their rotten hollow heart*, and tell alond Their jogglln1 hocus-pocn* arts to cheat ti» crowd. — Bum. Jauuabt 1, 1901, was the day fixed by the capitalist politicians for the final constitutional fetter ing of the Australian people. There was much talk 'about making Australia a Nation, about BrotherhoQd, about Prosperity, and other things. And, antici pating the gathering of our 'brothers' from other centres, and the dawning of our new spirit of national brotherhood, our great men who sit in high places, and who had schooled us muchly in the whys and the wherefores of that same brother hood, had caused a lot of brotherly little notices to be placarded abroad, inch as '? Beware of Pick pockets,' &c. Most of them being in the carriages, however, there was not so much need for the warning — during the procession, at any rate. ' . ? ? ? * When Monday evening came, and ...

Publication Title: People
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

Key Note, When a deed if dose let Freedom, though the broad earth's aching - brcart %uu a thrill of joy prophetic£tremb!a-g On from rait t» west, And he, where'er he cowera.'feels* tne tool within him climb to the awful verge of manhood, as the energy tobllme Of ? centnry bn its fall-blossomed on the thorny stem of time. —Low* I.

Publication Title: People
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

1 GILBERT H©RLBR, |g;£ ^ - w sustkb sreggr. '- V /*£ , ttPtowmal gentiHy. JAMES ^^^J^rwr^,ft.-aw««Mi«.-. . tor Aadavfta 8' ^fl^JWI*? M0H&T8 folmd at cunpn L ^XiJBissf. Wf.W.H. BAKER, Soli '-?' ^ly^v^toM*'- Botton-ttwsi, Ktwcastb ' ,'- 'A BBOTI Md WOOD, Solieiton, * - J '- -jEL. J. ABTHff* WQOP, *otary *-' PuhU*. Wood's Cbtmbm SeetMtwC /- Jt«MM»l«. jsfoneyto lend in laigeo* - - - -'-?»._ snaa ? ?' . rpaB IHTEBN ATIOKAL X SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman's BmJdiiJff, now York Md Markefcsts ' Jyd»«y;*ffieatofEuwp«ui*miA!aeri. /, -?+ fat &wHUit orgass aiafipftpiiMs an - -^ «Ml for Members* aw- Committse ««rt»«Twy Thursday a* 8 p m, BOOX8EX1LBB, , . A. A Co/* Brttgf, VewMitld. 6 Mfrour sew and cbafeiniifty of Birth '- , day CurJs. Owl/.BorofflUtioawyis the Best, « New ^U to School Mies, landing 'OFOPTS A.A.Co.'» rfdfr. BookssUer. ' ';/ txs;e ;?? PEERLESS 6 HIWDER. ^'\ $hftnBMt that Money can Buy ^ '' ' AU»rocerg. ? . '%* * i PAT8ONI8E ^ local indusipy ' - CAB^PIjEMAINE ALB. ; - O« ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

.A-S.L. . ? ♦ ? Headquarters : MABX HALL S«l CA8TLEREA.&H-iTHEBT 8T.DNBY. K3.W. OBJECTS. The ettab' iahment of » Oo-o*eratI-n-*Co-nmoa- f A»'th, fonnde-l oa the cotltotlre ownership o lk 9 tad nil the tool! at prodaotloa. METHODS. The lDJustrUl and politick organliatlon of tho irorkm. the holding of lecture*, tha dietrlbation at ltlentaie, and the eleotion of BoCUliats to all pablio bodies. Kanlclpal Coanoilr, sad Farlla meut, MBHB1RSHIP. No person shall be eligible (or membenblp lc any branch of this League who is a member o. any. other political organisation. Persons deai ? 003 of joining shall be shqwn this rale, in or .0 tint they may pledge themselTOs thereto. K.S.W. GBNBBAL EXECUTIVE. CH A.8. M. B ABL- ? W, Hon. Qan o. A TiiiM^ Wortli Kiiowinir !^r;l -.1 '*^' . - s ' ^k * - ' 1' % \ T J ? . * - . - *,-'.' M EVERY DESOREPTION OF ^ &MT PRINTING ! ? ^^xegUted at ? ?—, ~ . ^ . ?? , ' - .-' ^ ''-:** ;| ?THE PEOPLE' PRINTERV 1 ~ d ? ? : ? * , 7 & ' * * ' -* %...

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The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

The Socialist Press As* sistonce Pond. Previously acknowledged, £101 6s 6d. J.M.D.,2s ;A.R;, 1s.;D. 0., Is; S.O.C., Is. ; D.A., Is ; O. L.L.,(R.B.),6s; W.A.,Tintenbar, 5s ;D.A.G., Is .-J.O.M.lsl 5 J.N. 6d ; H.K.,2s ;??? O.C,P., Is ; 8.M.0* 2s ?, A.8., 6d ; A.R., Is ; S.0.,fa t D.A..U Total, £102 15s 0&m

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No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

The next Garden Party even'.u ateB at Coogee Aquarium grounds on Saturday, January 19. If you wish to spend a thoroughly enjjj able evening, you must be there.

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THE SOCIALIST CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

THB SOCIALIST eBN TORY. All the past we lews behind, We deboncbe upon a newer, mightier wOrldj Pre»h ani strong the warld we seize, wo Id of labor, and we march. Pioneers! O, Pioneers! — Whitxav. The nineteenth century was the century of Capitalism and Wage Slavery. The Twentieth Uen tory upon which we have just entered will be known as the Socialist Centnry. It will wit ness the death of the Capitalist System and the birth of the Co-operative Commonwealth. '-. - During the closing years of the century just dead, the fact that Capitalism, had outgrown itself in the oldor countries was made more and more apparent ; the. demand for 'new markets' wasin tensified ; and if the capitalists of Monarchical England, in order to perpetuate their system and main tain their Social Stealings, did not hesitate to pour their 'imperial' forces into the territories of numerically wpak peoples, with a view to forcibly depriving them of their national wealth, they but acted precisely as did the capi t...

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WHAT SOCIALISM IS, [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

what seeinusM is. The ethics at Sooialiam are identical with the ethica of Chriitianity. — Enoy- cloptedia Brittapiea. ?The abolition of that indmdoal action on whioh modem tcoietiei depend, and the sabs' itation of a tegnlated syitem of (D-operatire action.— imperial Diction ary. ' A theory of loeiety that advocate - a more precise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the soeial relation* of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed — Webster. A science of reconstructing society on an entirely new baau by substituting the prirbiple of association for that of com petition in erery branch of htman in* du»try— Woroerter's Dictionary. Any theory or syiten of local organi. tation whioh would abolish entirely or in great nut the individual effort and competition on which modern society re«t§ and substitute co-operation 1 would intro luce a more perfect and equal dii* tributaon of :he products of labor, aad would make land and capital as the in struments of produobon, the joint ps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

waMRmMfflfflmmmmmzzmmr*, , ? ? _ -'v^ ?...._ K ^DEMANDS - : /UISTRALUN SOCIHIST LE«8l)f ||ffgtS$i$?^ b) cnss govern-; ^§§$^§j^B§l0^0cb^^:pnysLte. ownership of the means ^^^^^^^^^||^ii^9i^fdiitiribii.tibii( and exchange. ' '???; |^^^^|^||9^d^ie-j^^l'.thi8' possession by the landlord. ^^^^^^jj^^^.tl^':^li^e,iAo\6ol the forces of wealth; ^0§$^M$ij^^cij^ttf^n^;iih^. working-class in complete subject §p|fls^^ depriving the great. ^^|Si|lp?as8jOt:,jthe' people ot the foil; product of their labor. ^;: i§|ltlii^^ upon class, an--' ^^^^^^j^^%0i^a^di^'- and' as tho capitalist class will; §§§p^^ to produce wealth: |§|fpi!v^he iorrnlf ^binntodities lor' sale, pay«ng to them as |p|life6(wijg;e8 but one-third of the wealth so produced, and tak-1 l||ltl§i$a|::for themselves;; the::other- two-thirds as profits, the,; ^|^|^^f|a^r^ajd:m^ife;ofypr^nction.forPROFiT should be super Ill^Sl^fesetlid by the national and collective production 01 wealth ^^^^^?;^e- ??? . ? .-. . . . ~m |||||i;il^ffTh^Mior^r w...

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To Our Lambton and New Lambton Readers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

To Gar LambtonandNew Lambton Readers. After this data, The Pboplb will be posted direct from the offioe to Lambton and New Lambton readers, and the amount of subscriptions will be collected quarterly by MB. T. MELLING, of New Lambton.

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What the Class Struggle Is. [Newspaper Article] — People — 5 January 1901

What the Class Straggle Is. The c'ass stinggle is a straggle between those who have and those who have not ; a straggle between those who do not produce and those who do produce ; a strugg e between those who take and those wjio make; a st uggle between tnose wno exploit aaa thoee who resist exploitation ; a straggle be tween the capitalist class, which most continue to exploit in o der to live in idleness and luxury, and the working o'asi, whioh must put an end to the struggle by revolu tionising in the interest of the working class the entire struoture of indust ial society.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901

Australian Socialist League Wfyy.)':!}'.', .?'??'=- .. — i— — i . ? ? — : ? ? — : — : ? : ? ? — : — ? ? f - ? i-. i ? — - — ' 1 ^DEMANDS^ ^ OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEA1UE - ? ' (Adopted Easier, 1898). rw.wc/-' t ? .?.?.v.- i-. ,? . ' Workers of all SoiiGtrlti, Unite !'— MftRX. RMHE capitalist form of 8ociety in which we at present A live, and which the capitalists uphold, is based p-; i npon class supremacy, maintained b) cbss govern 4 I me°t through the private ownership of the means ®v of production, distribution, and exchange. This economic power, this possession by the landlord and capitalist class of the whole of the forces of wealth production, puts tHe working-class in complete subjec tion to the said dominant class, thus depriving the great mass ot the people ot the full product of their labor. As the present system is thus based upon class an ^ ' tagonisms and injustice, and as tho capitalist class will only permit the wage-earning class to pro luce wealth ; t in the fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901

' ? ? - ? A Thing Wortli Knowing EVE RY DESCRIPTION OF ?fif PRINTING ? EXECUTED AT — — ' THE PEOPLE' PRINTERY i Bir«i-ir Tina Mall , Youtsemi an order for Job Printing to THE PEOPLE office you aid A'M-1* in maintaining the fearless and Uncompromising attitude of the paper — - ./ the only straight-out Working-class Paper in the province. '' \ J IF YOU HAVE A Business or GOODS jfik of any kind jou wish to DISPOSE! of ad-van- H tsgeously comtnu- icate IT with N.RUMEISEN 153 BRODGHAiH-STRBET DARLINGHURST. Restaurants and Stores Supplied Below Market Bates OaAI* You'll miss i If UUI Him when AI/1 ''JL'' M Secure His Yorkv Second-band Clothing Bought and Sold Also Old Gold and Silver. A Splend d Lot of Dungaree Ove»alte. | YORKY ALLSORTS. 77-HUNTEB STBBBf WEST - 77 Newcastle. EMPORIUM COFFEE PALACE 711 - GEORGE - ST., HAYMARKET. (Opposite Anthony HordernB). One minute from Bedforn Bailway Station FRED PONTANBLLH, Proprietor. First-class Meals, 6d Beds. Is per night Cseparate rooms) Board ...

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THE SOCIALIST CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901

THE SOCIALIST &EN» I TURY. On Sunday last, the advent of the Century that is to see tbe triumph of Sooialism was signalised by a special Socialist Demonstration in tbe Domain daring the afternoon, and at Marx Hall at night. IK THE DOMAIN the decorated. lorry was an attraction, the comrades having expended ninch effort in trat direction. Comrade Neil,B?n , was chairman, and hia ope ing speech was an app'opriate one, bnt he had to contend nga nst the blaring oi a dozen brass bands and the thumping of a dczen drams, for the plebeians were being trea'ed to a day of music by their capitalist masters. The same trouble faced all the speakers. Drake moved the first resolution in a half-hour's speech — 'That we Australian workers in meet ing assembled on the first Sunday of tbe Socialist Century, declare ourselves as one with the organised workers of the world, and agaiA demonstrate our soli darity. With onr international comrades we demand that the 'and and the means of production ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901

HARRY 6TEGGA & CO. The eldest Clothing Store in Newoas le The Place where you get-Good Value for your Money.

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