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Steel Rails Steal. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
Steel Rails Steal. ? » Thb See Government has gone back on the steel rails syndicate that had Lyne in tow, and are now going to call tenders trom all quarters. The People has pointed oat that this industry is one that should be inaugurated on a national basis, and before ai,y private syndicate makes a start, the Government — the owners of the ore and the largest n»er of iron — should erect national works for iron extraction and manu facture. This, we believe, is a ' plank ' of the McUowenitea platform, but if so it is one they have shunted ever since they existed, and daring the last session they were ' dumb oysters' while lyne was negotating with the Tasmanian syndicate. A vigorous fiajht for national iron works should have seen them established by this time, but none bat Th-: Pkoplk and the Socialist Labor Partv have drawn the at tention of the workers to the subject. 80 the politicians. ' labor ' or otherwise, even when pledged to the exfension of the functions of the State, have...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
GLEANINGS. Aim at the highest — Milkmt. Actions and words axe carved upor- Kenity — Fbotoe Mr John D. Rockefeller, the American Oil King, has an income equal to the ultrttB of all the monarchs of Europe toabioed, / What he receives would give 100,000 men of the ordinary breed £2 gr week all the year round. A Scotch exohange say* that De Wet is willing to allow . the 'British army to return home on condition thai 'he entire ? Cabinet and the directors of the Uhar B; toed Company be requested to commit ?' suicide on the Chinese model. ?' Capitalist politicians who favor public H jwnership invariably want it understood H tint they are the public. B Your time to propagate Socialism is B limited, for we allow no dead man to B meddle with Socialism, I ake your B dunce -while you're alive. B The pen is mightier than the sword, B ind the vote is mightier than the strike. B The.New York Sun charges the Bri B tish workman with not working enough, where*s his weakness is in working too . nnch ...
A Fundamental Principle. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
A Fundamental Principle. It is a principle, fundament* in Socialist tactics, that the Working Class can sbare nothing out of any alliance with Middle Class Interests but their defeats. .-. lluring as are the promises held out by these to Labor, they wou'd not, whe'e they could, fulfil their promises, even in tlio exceptional cases of actual triumph ; so soon as triumphant!, the Aliddle Class becomes inspired with the fall Capitalist spirit ; but triumph for the Middle Class is, at best, an except onal affair ; at this date it is no longer possible. Labor, whenever inexperienced enough to allow itself to be cajoled into tak ing a hand in the straggles of its Middle Class exploiters with their economic superiors, can now par tioipate only in the bruises, the sorrows and the mortifications that are the Bo'e trophies now reserved, for the Middle Class in such struggles.
British Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
British Unemployed. w ? The 'Labor Gazette' for March says : ' Employment during February shows but little change when compared with tbo previous month, but was worse than a year ago. In the 143 trade unions making returns, with an aggregate membership of 548 4-7, 21,159 (or 3.9 percent) were reported as unemployed at the end of February, compared with 2 9 per cent for February, 1900. Tho changes in rate^ of wages re ported during February affected 220,203 workpeople, and their net effect on the weekly wages of these workpeople was a reduction of 2s OJd. per head.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
Doyle the driver of the train wrecked at Sydenham, said at the inqneBt this week that three or four days previous to the disaster fault had been found with him for travelling to slow HABRT bTEGGA & CO. The oldeit Olttbing Stow in Newcastle ThePUe wb»i* yon gtt flood Vftlue for your Momt. Every working man who Total for Socialism at the next eleotion, . votes for himself; for his family, and for his fellow-workers He by ~ bo doing contributes to bring about a condition of society where jnstioe and freedom will prevail, and unde served poverty will be unknown. Will yon. do it P The Ameer of Afghanistan, is used as a buffer against Bnssian aggression, and is subsidised by the British Government. He is now reported to be using that British subsidy for purchasing Krupp gnni from Germany; and in dne time those guns will begin to talk. But it won't be the British capitalist class which subsidises the Ameer, that will then get shot ; neither will it be the German capitalists who mak...
STARVING AT COBAR! HOW THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM IS SOLVED BY WORKS MINISTER O'SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
STARVING AT eOBAR! w HOW THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM IS SOLVED BY WORKS MINISTER O'SULLIVAN. The See Government is very much perturbed concerning the presence of the unemployed, and the likelihood of tbat most ' mi desirable ' section of the com munity parading its ugly poverty before the hallowed eyes of the two ' scions of two Royalty ' wno ? will shortly visit this province. More especially is the Minister f«..r Works — the crumbling Keystone of that somewhat dilapid ited demo cratic arch — concerned about this matter, ana it wouia appear mac ne has endeavored to rash as many work less males as passible oat of Sydney to the count-y districts in order that the royal representatives 'of the fleecers might not be called upon to behold the collective misery that is tbe natural corollary to the existence of their own class. North, south, and west — gladly would he have Bent them eastward — he appears to have drafted them, and in many cases tbe sorrows of Job himself have been their lot, an...
ORGANISE! [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
ORGANISE! Workers — hnridreds of them — have this year, at our May Day Demon stiations, and dnring our Fed ral campaign, voled for a recognition of the class straggle as the basis on which to organ bb ; they have voted to., aid and co-operate with the A.S.L. in ite determination rot to yield an inch of the political vantage ground that it now occupies ; they have vo'ed unanimously in favor of Socialist principles and tactics ; and the organisation, and contest them selves with being mere camp fol io weis instead of active fighters in the vanguard of the workug-cUss army. Now, these things ought not so to be. The coming fight will be far more bitter than that iu which we were recently engaged, because it will be waged within the circumscribed 'imite of lecal con - stituencies; and every man and woman believing in Socialism and ' theSocialiBtmovementshouldhaaten to enter the disciplined ranks of the A.S.L., and thus be in a position to much more effectively fight for the Socialist Lab...
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. 1 :. ? * i 'Editorial eyesight that is adjusted 1 to the party twilight' is an expression | used in the Chicago New Voice, and I it is just about applicable to tbe con. I dition of the editor of the ordinary ; 1 Fakir paper. I Last week Sydney ' Worker 'as- 9 ?erted that Publican Power's selection f] for Lang electorate was unconetitn. jj tional, and would not be upheld. In il another column an advt. appeared an. || nouncing Power as the selected Labor II candidate ! What price 1 |J The two wings of Capitalism in fj N.S. W. intend to carry their game of a gulling the workers on under the name || oi Liberal and Progressive respective- f] ly. Either will be as liberal and pro. f] greesive as an intelligent working- I] class compels them to be, and as fi illiberal and retrogressive as working- i\ class ignorance will allow them to be. a John See is getting ready to wear a ;! title. But what about the Keystone ? f itood for the sharks : , The Korean | Government; has ...
MAY DAY. A.S.L. CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
MAT DAT. A S L. OELEBBATIONS. In New South Wales, the A.S.L. celebrates May Day on the first Sunday in May because the workers here have not yet fallen into line with the workers of other nations, who make the first of May the na tional Labor Day. How long it will be before May 1 becomes the recog cised Labor Day of Australia de pends on the workers themselves. On Sunday last, heavy rain fell during the earlier part of the day, of our day being celebrated as usual. Fortunat. ly, however, the weather held off, and the afternoon was moderately fine. The decorated lorry was once more stationed in the Domain, with the comrades in force, aided to a valuable extent by a number of our lady supporters. The chairman was Comrade J. Neill, who, i-i a few well-chosen words, opened the proceedings and introduced the first speaker, J. O. Mbroney, who moved— That thi- meeting of workers declare ourselves as one with the organised workers of tne wo- Id, and meet to-day to demonstrate our solidarity...
IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
IN OTHBR~LANDS. » ? The Finnish Army Service Question SuSh?'^ ( ?r ly-- *° «S soldier is to be called on to aerve ont of Finland ex-ept in case of war, and then Eft ZaEWa0*?- The Iese™ » toS b^ooo'rnen1116801'^4^-'^ March i3 ? „ thef Revolution of 1848 Da.zyn.ki and Dr. Adler spoke at a laVJe mating, which was a, tended & VoZ WaL _Ii ? ? . — m.o-h«h 5e°Ple« London are over I™.* l°me h£ve, vely dec nt-««d homes, and can afford to pay for little decorations, pictures, and whatnot. For instance, tie Countess of DiHle; Wal «ued the other day for £iO,72g foft^S decorations while 60 people die for want ' of rations — Clarion. «iorwant The Norwegian Storthing, without passed a Government measare making it badie. W°men l° be eleCted ™blic Bebel is one of the four deputies who were members of the UrtE. which met on Mar, h 21 x87t over^d years ago, ' ' Ter at' Some' Kensico (TJ.8A) contractor. 23.S.7V2SSL ,.?tS and a. wealth i, m0,e importanHbar.' awe. — MiiBonn ociai.t. The Prefect o...
"Child Protection." [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
' Child Protection.' A ' Child Protection Society ' has been organised in Nebraska, U.S.A., and one of its incorporators is Mr. -Edward Oudahy, father of a kidnapped boy. It is not at all probable that the society will *' protect ' the children who work in the Cudahy packing houses, whn wnrlr nn f.h« hnnanvo farms owned by Cudaby, or in the mines, and the warehouses in which Cudaby holds stock. There the kidnapping and the murder of children will go on, and is expected, as a matter of course, to go on, just as mer/ily as ever. Capital ism to drain further profits from the working class does nol hesitate at any crime When, however, it finds itself or any of its mem bers bit by the very criminals it breeds then and then only does it act. The man who stole the Cudahy boy restored him and re ceived money fcr so doing, bat the parents who have been robbed by Cu'dahy and his fellows of their children, can find no restoration. Capitalist methods are too thorough for that — as long as allow...
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
Key Note. The Socialist Labor Party is not a preacher of Socialism merely ; it is not a St. John the Baptist, howl ing in the wilderness ; it is a driller of the Revolution Hence it both teaches an organises. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 11 May 1901
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Pioneers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901
*'l.. ? ?' ? '? ? ? — - — — — .Pioneers. Never to dream on a woman'* breast, Bfer by foemen harried and pressed; Mated to hanger: to wound*, and tear* j Soeh ii the fate of a* Pioneer. Orer as flatters vhe People'* flig; Naught but a tattered and blood-stained rag Proudly we bear it, we Pioneer*. Brother* have borne it a thousand years. Crashes and thundera the lifelone fray, Sternly and slowly we hew our way; Sharply the b oadaxe sweep* and clears, Who could withstand ui Pioneers ? Homeless are we, ever ready to die. Friends we hare cone — we bade them good-bye ; Fatherless, mother ess, void of all fears, Free as the storm are the Red 'Pioneers. Falls a comrade by tho wayside, Fall we let him— onward we ride Soon in his face the grey wolf peers — Such ia the end of ua Pioneers. Such ia our e ad. But the endleas fight Onwar.l rolls in ita stately might. Drops a man of tbe Pioneers, Straightway a fresh young fighter appears, FornaH tor ever the People's flag — Bleed ng, we carry a bl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901
LOST, last Saturday night, at Marx Hall, or goiDg from Marx Hall, a UULD .KING, with name ' Tess ' en Braved. Will finder pUaee return to The People office WA N T E I-. — Addressed to th e Miners and other uaers of IjODDS' PICK, and other TOOL lIAN. DLEtf, that alt handles from date of Dodda' make will be branded thus — ft TOOL HANDLE \V |[ MANUFACTURER, I \\ MAKER, j \\A HUDSON ST., ^.JJ x^fyj-TON, ? I also beg to take this opportunity to THANK the Miners and other usors of my huirilea for their uuistanue during the pasi 18 years in building up a little Australian Industry againt-t all obstacles. FKKDERIO DODDS, 1-10 99 Ad joinii, g New Flour Mills ARTIP^^^ ^ TEETH. Old Platen repaired & r« modelled BliACKALL & HUNT Chemists and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, - and Kemp-street, Wallsend Mr. Blaokall may be consulted at the Wallsond establishment on v Tuesday and Friday afternoons.
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901
' The People.' Subs Received. S.G., New Lambton, Is ; R.M., New Lambton, Is ; T.M., New Lambton, Is ; M.B., Lambton, Is ; M.D., Lambton, Is ;v — .K., Lambton, Is ; J.O., Lambton, Is ; G.W., New Lambton, J.8 ; W.W., . New Lambton, Is ; W.C., New Lambton. Is ; Lambton, Is ; E.B., Lambton, Is ; — .F., Lambton, Is ; M.C., Lambton, Is ; D-G., New Lambton, Is ; J.S.T., Morpeth, Is ; W.J., Morpeth, Is ; J.E.S., Morpeth, Is ; M.H., Morpeth, 2s ; J.D., Morpeth, Is ; A.H., Morpeth, 1b ; C.B., New castle, Is ; 'W.C., Emmaville. Is ; J H.R., Marrickville, Is ; G.J., Stanmore, Is ; Miss G., Annan dale, 3a ; C.J., Balmain, 2s ; T.B.H , Pyrmont, 1b ; W.F.B., Camperdown, Is ,- T.W., Dulwich Hill, Is.
What to Expect. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901
What to Expect. I expect no result, of any value ^o Australian workers from the first Federal Parliament. On the contrary, we anticipate a great denl of danger. As we pointed outdar ing the election, Biaddda's Blot makes it impossible to have a Federal Old Age Pension unless direct taxation is resorted to — which, of course, it wi 1 uot be. A wrangle over the tariff', fixing up some bier jobs for the lawyer tribe and a lot of soft things for the camp followers of capitalist poli ticians, and the building up of a military caste in Australia anft tying closer the bonds between Australia and the ''dear old mother land.' That is how matters stand at present. Not one word about the condition of the Australian working class who produce all the wealth, and keep all the para-ites who rule them. h. nd this in so be cause the Federal Parliament h es sentially a Capitalist Parliament, dominated and controlled by capi talist interests. It would) there fore, be illogical for the workers to expec...