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A Surprise Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

A Surprise Party. Saturday last happened to' b# Comrade Hohnabein's birthday, aiitf a large nnmber of friends tehderSS him a Surprise Party at Marit HaH to commemorate the event Ttutfd was a large crowd present, and a splendid evening's enjoyment re sulted. Dancing intermixed with songs, recitations, and games, wa 8 the order of the night. A sump tuous repast was provided by the ladies, and during the ref- eshment interval, the managing-editor of The People made a short speech in which he eulogised the Comrade they had met to honor* Then everybody sang ' He's a jolly good fellow,' Oar Comrade replied suitably, after whioh dancing was again indulged in. There was absolutely no hitch in the arrange ments, and the evening was most enjoyably spent by everyone present. ?

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREAKS AND FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

FREAKS AND FRAUDS. 1 Be loyal— yes, to your country, your king, and your God,' said the Dook to the youngsters. George seems to reckon his jtingly dad has a greater claim on their loyalty than tha Al mighty. He puts him first, anyhow, i-y the way, though, the dear dook didn t urge the boys to be loyal to their wives when they get 'em. In 1897. E. W ? Minister for Works) said : ' We shall pay dearly for having entrusted our government to a band of socialists and dreamers. Men do change their opinions, don't they ? Mayor Ware, of Adelaide who fell on his knees and bestowed on the dook s hand a great splodgy, slobber i.ig kiss was elected to his civic poai tionby the vote and with the support of the S. A. Labor Party. There is no investment so profitable as a succesaful fire. To have a good hre now and then is one of the souud business tactics of the middle-class world. But it's a spec, that should be taken hold of by people in a very large way. Sometimes, to save the insurance co., th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DUMB-DRIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

THEDUMB'DRIVEK. ? ? _ ? | Wherefore Rejoice ? What Treasure brings he home f — Shakkspiabb. So the anoient Roman asked the populace of his day concerning the glorification of Oseisar. So does Thb- People ask the Australian workers. What wondrous treasure has he of York brought that bless ings and benedictions, cant, hum bug, hypocrisy, and grovel, should stalk through this tired land 1 . He has formally fixed the coping stone to the capitalist-reared federal structure. With a supreme contempt for all that is humorous, it has been called '' the Australian Common wealth.' This is the freest political country on earth, and yet the alleged democracy values its rights so lightly — rights which it took generations to achieve, after un told sacrifice and effort — that- Australia is ruled from base to summit by the capitalist class. Every public institution of every grade and class i? under the direction and domination of that class. We have no high ideal in politics, and we have no statesm...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

JUAB&Y STJSGOA * CO. T *e oldMt Clothing Store in Newcsitia Th«- Pl»ce , where joo get'O-iod Va ne For yionr ' .Money

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR PROFITS' SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

FOR PROFITS' SAKE. Dong! Dong! Dong! Dong! The ambulance, bringing in its wake a crowd of children and bicyclists, dashed down the street and stopped before the entrance to the big factory. After a short ab sence the driver and a pol ceman bore through the hnshed crowd a .stretcher on whioh lay a white-faced man covered with a blanket. Joe Burns had slipped on the oily floor and an unprotected fly wheel had brushed his knee to a shapeless mass. New hands always looked at the wheel with respectful fear ; but workmen are always kicking about something or other in the factory that prov des them a chance to earn a living and the foreman didn't encourage complaints. Besides, hadn't the factory inspector only a week ago stood for a minute at one end of the long room and glanced down it, pronouncing everything O.K. before going to dinner with the boss ? The proprietor was a little troubled at first when he heard of the accident. He scented a suit for damages. But when the manager reported ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

THE PEOPLE Weekly Organ of Australian Socialism FablWwd mq Batarday Morning at ID MAN'S BUILDINGS, Corner York and Market- ste,, SYDNHY. SUBSCRIPTION. New Soaih Wales. One Tear (In adranoe) tt. One Quarter .. ... If. Single Copy .. .. la Other Colonies — la M per quarter, «? per year. Bngland. America, and other eonntrle*. pel year _____ ADTXBTtSSKlNlB. Single Innrtion— Flrtt .nob, »« -d ; each subc qnent lnoh, ls6d. v B pee 1*1 arrangements for standing oontraots All communications, literary and busi' ness, to beaddressed, and cheques, P O. Orders, Portal Notes, etc., to be made payab'e to H. E. HOLLAND, Managing Editor. ? ? ABBOTT and WOOD, Solicitors, & J. ARTHUR WOOD, Notary Publio. Wood's Chambers. Scott-street, NewJMtle. Money to lend in large or ?ma some ? . A. REID, SOLICITOR &o. Ac C mmiaiicmer for Affidavits BOLTnN STREET Newcastle. ? ' TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Real or Personal Security! JAME8 DART, Solicitor, &e., Commissioner for Affidavits, Bolto...

Publication Title: People
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

I Key Note. A olasB-conscious organisation of Labor ia in perpetual strike. A strike in the shop, whatever the issue, is but an incident in the struggle. On elec tion day the strike assumed a more general and elevated character. And between election and election, the or ganisation ' continues permanently un der arms, hitting whatever blow it can, . and ever organising and drilling for the conflict. THE PEOPLE The World for the World's Workers

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tactics of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

Tactics of the Press. Two speakers oocupied the plat form at Headquarters on Sunday evening last. The first was N. Rumeisen, who compared the various printed utterances of the '?Daily Telegraph' thereby giving the audience much cause for amusement and much enlightenment at the same time. He said the 'Tele- graph ' was really not a newspaper at all — it was just a comic paper — nothing more ; and e proceeded to justify liis assertion by compar ing its articles, the audidnce mean while demonstrating its appretia tion of the lecturer's efforts. By means of diagrams, he explained the law of Surplus Values and how taxes are embodied in what is called the 'wages fund.' The second speaker, A. Thomson, referred to the exaggerations of the press, which generally distorted news to suit the material interests of the people who owned the papers. He spoil e of the 'Bulletin' as a pessimistic production that was the most contemptible in Australia ; after whioh he proceeded to enlarge on the manne...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

GLEANINGS. ;)? Three men in America now control '..industries with a capital of 500 1 Billion pounds. : 'An old man, named George : Dixon, whose appearance excited 5 pity,' broke a plate-glass window in ; tfowcaatle. He was not mad. He -? Mnfai-1 f/-t tr&t in ffAo] for a mnnfli Ka. ? cause he was destitute. Thfey had [ turned hirri out of the workhouse. The lite Bishop of London left X29,000— f 'Clarion.'' The human race is generally learn { lag the simple lesson, that the people us whole are wiser for the public L' good and the public prosperity than a V- privileged class of men, however reJ fined and cultured, have ever been, or i by any possibility can ever become. — y LiwisH. Morgan, 'Ancient Society.' The place to strike is at the ballot box againist the political hirelings of ? the capitalist class and the way to win Socialism and true freedom is to say : to the world with your vote, we know : what we want, and know how to get : if. There is really no home life in f Ko...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

A BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription is again dne. Should yon still wish to have the paper continued, please 'forward postal note to ' The Managing-Editor, The PEOPLE, Kidman's Buildings, corner York and Market-streets, Sydney.' The biggest workhonte in the world ib in Liverpool (Eng.) It has accommodation for 5,000 in mates., HARRY STEGGA and CO toe , Dungaree Trousers ( est American) Moleskin Trousers Working ShirU and Flanneli ' ; If your sub. is-in arre*r«, sefid it along atonee1. ' Thdo«(h'fstf0eded.:

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jingo Lies. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

Jingo Lies. y London ' Daily Chronicle,' Oct. 23, 1899, declared that ' unbroken and conspicuous success continnes to attend the British arms in South Africa,' and that ' the force under General Symons routed the Boers at Glencoe.' And only the other day, the embittered quarrel between Lord Lansdowne — ex-Secretary for War -and Lord Wolseley — ex- Commander-in-Chief— let loose the truth. -Replying to Viscount Wol seley, in the House of Lords, the Mafquis of Landsdowne blandly re ferred to the period ' when things began to go badly , as they did after the unfortunate reverse sustained by General Penn Symons at Glencoe.' And Lord Laodsdowne proceeded to admit that at the very time the war mob at home was being fed with lying victories, Lord Wolseley was recommending a complete retreat and the abandonment of Ladysmith to the enemy. Lies are not told — far less written and printed in official despatches — (or nothing. The disaster at Glen coe occnned on 20th October, 1899, and was the f...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialism in Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

Socialism in Denmark. The elections which have just taken place in Denmark resulted in a gain of two new members to the Socialist ' arty, increasing its representatives from 12 to 14, with an increase of votes from 32,000 to 43,000. Thirty constituencies were contested out of which 14 were won. In ma y of the others the Socialist candidates only lo t by a few votes. The Party's progress in Denmark has been a continuous one. In 1872, only 268 votes were recorded ; in 1876, 1076 ; 1881, 1689 ; 1S84, 6,805 ; 1887, 8,408 ; 1890, 17,232 ; 1892, 20,094 j 1895, 24 508 ; 1898, 81,872 ; 1901, 42,972. The Con servatives lost eight seats, and the Modei ates, six. The Radicals gained *2 seats, the Socialists two. The whole of the seats for the capital (Copenhagen ) are in the hands of t e Socialists, with the exception of one district which the Conservatives mauaged to retain by only 22 votes over the Socialist candidate.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Class Solidarity. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

Class Solidarity. L. F. Heydon, solicitor, having had it proved against him that he made money out of both sides to a Buit by means of commissions from opposing lawyers, the Full Court talked seriously at him and wound up by telling him ' they did not think they should infliot on him the same punishment as had been meted ont in the English caser where two solicitors were suspended for three months. In order that the public and the legal profession might un derstand the grave view which the Court took of the conduct of a so licitor making such an arrangement and as a mark of how strongly the Court condemned the practice, they infiioted upon Mr. Heydon a fine of £50.' There's hard-heartedness for yon. £50 1 and in Heydon's case the estate dispnred (some £5,000 odd) was entirely eaten up by tbe lawyers. Now had it been a worker who made money in this way he would be in a N.S.W. gaol for a fairly long term.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORGANISING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

ORGANISING COMMITTEE. Met on Thursday night, March 9. Special summoned meeting was called for Thursaay, May 16. The following meetings were arranged for — Sunday, May 19, Domain : attend Hall for papers, etc., Riinfeldt and MoDermott. Chair man. Drake ; speaker, A. Thomson. Bathurst-street : Neill and Drake.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Does the Fool Crowd Think? [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

What Does the Pool Growd Think ? Some standing horrors in Aus tralia : Reid's interviews in the '.iargraph,' and Barton's replies. Beid threatens to smash the cham pion turkey-eater, and the latter re taliates with venom. Reid is laid up in the leading capitalist Hotel in Melbourne by Barton's instruc tions. From his bed he denounces his Iriend's policy. ' Next day Bar ton calls on him and chats cordially ior three-quarters of an hour. What DOi S the fool crowd think P

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

/-\UMBN8 HALL. (Upstairs.) Pitt W Street. Ioctura, Friday. May 14, MS* Hetaa. Hart. Loving. Gsortlng. Haxryig. At 8.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

On Sunday night, J. O. Moron ey will lecture on ' Australia and the Empire.' In our advt columns, Miss ' : elen Hart announces that she will lec ture at Queen's Hall, Pitt-street, on M«y 24. Miss Hart also writes that she wants to know why she was refused the use of the School of Arts hall (for which Bhe was willing to pay). She says : ' Is there any honest reason ? I know why. It is in keeping w:th very much dirty treatment to which f have been subjected, No doubt the women are in it. as usual.' John Penny writes that a strike occurred recently in connection with the work being done on the royal yacht, Victoria and Albert, at Portsmouth. The carpenters com plained that charcoal braziers were kept burning day and night in or der to evaporate the acids from the non-inflammable wood. The fumes from the charcoal were no doubt quite successful with regard to the acids, but they also partly asphyx iated several of the carpenters, who finally came out in a b idy, to the number of fifty, a...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Labor Farm. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

A Labor Farm. ' Ij? the search for solutions of the Labor problem,' declares the economically-thick intellect that produces the 1 Careygraph,'' ' Mr. vv. F. Schey, Labor Commis sioner, hit upon the happy idea of the establishment of a Labor farm.' Now, six years ago this paper advocated the establishment of State Farms and Labor Colonies. not as a means of 'solving the Labor problem,' but as a step in the direction of minimising the evils resultant from Capitalism. We urged then,as weurge now, that any enterprise of this kind must be based on the paymentof a de cent living wage to the people who are to do the work on the State Farm. The money for this pur should come cut of the Consoli dated Revenue, and supplies for all Government institutions should, as far as possible, be pro duced on these farms. That work is at present being done by con tract. But we fear that the present idea is not to conduct the State Farm on tho&e lines. According to the Rev. Carr-Smith (one of the ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POLITICAL GAME [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

THE POLITICAL GAME The tactics and antics of Messrs Reid and Barton, referred to in another portion of this issue, naturally gives rise to the ques tion, 'Where do the workers come in, in the political game that is being played ?' In that game, it is made to appear to the un fViinVinor that twri hittprl v-nnnnm- promising fiscal parties are in the field to fight each other to the dfath. And the bulk of the workers range themselves on one side or the other, and drink the boss's beer, and fiercely wrangle with one another over the res pective political merits of their .bosses, or the .men chosen by their bosses. At timeB of indus trial conflicts, of course, the chiefs, the leaders, of these par ties of fiscalism, and, therefore, of capitalism, sink all their hos tility and join hands and power in the interest of 'law and order.' Apart from their mock display in the political arena — apart from the heavy-villainy of the BsJrton ian party, apart from the low comedy of the Reidites — the...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 18 May 1901

| Waterloo Branch. This branch met at Comrade Prowse's residence on Wednesday evening, when it was decided to meet in future on first and third Tuesdays in the month— the first meeting each month to be held in Alexandria Town . Hall. It was 'also resolved to hold propaganda meetings on second and fonrth Tuesdays in the month, the Organis ing Committee to be requested to supply speakers, xne meeting was notified that Comrade Isaac's mother had died that day, and the Secretary was instructed to oonvey the branch's sympathy to our Com rade. Other formal matters were dealt with, and it was resolved that the first out-door propaganda meet ing should be held at the corner of Botany and Redfern-streets, Bed fern, on Tuesday evening next. Speakers, Neill and Holland.

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