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RICHMOND RIVER BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
RICHMOND RIVER BRANCH. A members' meeting of this Branch was held at Tintenbar on January 3. Comrade Moroney acted as chairman. Four new members were added to the roll, and one candidate for membership proposed. It was resolved to take tue New York People for a year for the use of the members. After the business was disposed of the General Secretary gave some information re the Federal elections, also some advice about conducting the business of the Branch; D.A.G.
IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
IK OTHER LANDS. I Ohamberlain contracted for instra« [ menta to kill the Boera ; ho now con- r i Iraota to build huts for tks Boar i prisoners. In death or life yoa can i not escape from Joseph's commercial zeal; - ? i with the world in the hands of the Ksjser, Winston, Joaeph, and the Creator, we may ait and twirl our thumbs. ^ Tbe latter haa bean dragged in by kind permission of the first three. A Socialist paper of Leipzig ha managed to get hold of a letter writ ten by an offioial in the Ministry of i!-e Interior asking for funds in order to carry on an agitation iu favor ..of a Qr« vernment Bill forbidding onion of . *';. workmen. Sttch a request waa really a command and the firm written to. subscribed JBtiOO. It appears from the letter that Krupp gave £250 for the same purpose. The letter was written in 1897, a short time after . the Emperor had made a tjpeeeh ?aytagt jn fact, that he woula not allow strikes. _ The Bill, however, waa not brought in till June 1899, and was event...
AT HEADQUARTERS OUR GARDEN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
AT HEADQUARTERS OUR GARDEN PARTY. Takes place next Saturday at Coogee Aquarium ; tickets Is. First class music, dancing from 3 to 10. 30. p,in. A first class outing. We want a bumper attendance as the expenses are heavy and all surplus goes to wardsTHB PEOPLE; every penny is wanted. All friends and supporters are earnestly re quested to be there and bring their friends. At Marx Hall, 251 Castlereagh street, to-morrow (Sunday) even ing, H. E. Holland will lecture on ' Some Queer Trades Union Developments.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
DURHAM H0T13L, lUITU'D B0At-, ISLINGTON* / ^ ' ffMaMM None Mr th» Beat Braad* of Liqtww - tene d. Aeoommodshon for Boarder* .-?„ - 1 ? HDCH COBB, Proprietor. :JD' . Also, an np-tawlate HAT. ? ip ???'?: £?' * GIL3BRT HORLBR, and M«rcar, £ . It7 HUNT RE 8!RKET. W$i0±tt*y':- ? A. B R A T.. E Bolieitcr. Ac. ' Court Chamber*, Bolton Street, yff-f.'r.'-'- ?/ ' ' '?'?'? ' * ' ' ' Newoaatle & - * fpBUBT MONEYS to land-on Beat 1 |4V», . X orPerooaal Security, JAME8 DART, SolMtor, Ao., Ccjiuniwioner for Boltan-street ^fwcwtle. £/\v- . XTT A RKID, SOLICITOR fte. *e , i \\ 0 tnm'Mioner for A®daviU fT'^;:---.:*0M,''lNSTBEET Newcastle. ' nPBUHT MONKY8 to Lend at ourron 1 X Bate*. Mr. W. H. BAKBB, Soli y - « I tor, ete-, Coinrnf ifibner for tho Anitra '^ vlka Colonic*. 'B jit n-8treet , Neweiutle , A BBOTT ud WOOD, Solicitor*, A £L l. ABTHUB WOOD, Notary Public. Wood'* Chamber! Scottnii r»et, ;V. WawMfe. Honey ti le-id in luge or ;.Y,: *aa wan ' ... ? ?. T' IE INTEEN ATIOHAL SOCIALIST ? It...
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
' The People.' Subs received S.C.C., Balmiiiu, Is ; — .H., Sydney, 4s ; — .L., Ashfield, Is ; A.N., os ; C.S., Newcastle, 4s ; C. T., Willoughby, 2s ; J.B,J., Airley, 1 s ; E.P., Airley, Is.
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
Key Note. I Socialism is not Rbbobh ; it is a Revolution. It implies a cycle in the social affairs of the race. - where development-,] growth, becoming acute, rushes | forward towards snbstant 1 ial 'transformation, Bnt Revolution imjot like a bolt from tlie sky ; ft in a stage iu evolution. — New York People. ~the~peqple^ The World for the World'* Worker*
AFTER THE CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
AFTER THE eiReCJS* All the flags have been polled 1 down ; the gas and electric lights are shut off ; tbe fireworks are ore*-. The guzzling and swilling | is a thing of the past, and the ? Nation is born* We are now the I Australian ' Commonwealth.' There has been a feast of color — vulgar iu most cases, it is true much music, a general display of glitter, and a week's holiday, all of which has had the desired effect of inflaming the public imagination, and creating an impression of the power and authority of the Federation and ' The Empire.' It has been in the main a glorification of mili tarism, which is necessary to preserve and extend capitalism. The hog- wash that the dailies have served up, the drivel ut tered by the wine-soaked gour mands — that blatant combina tion of politicians who pose as ' statesmen ' — has been duly digested by the hard-headed populace. The workers found a certain source of joyfulness in the pageant, with all its vulgarity, without bothering much about ...
THE MORTGAGE HOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
THE MORTGAGE HOLDER. Jack was fast asleep. When I say Jack, I mean, of course, our old friend, the long-suffering, and short lived, the soft-hearted and hard- worked, the underfed and overworked Jack Prole tarian. Jack slept very soundly He always was a sound sleeper. Sometimes it was owing to mere physical ex haustion. Occasionally he- took a nap to cheat his stomach out ofa m al, or to escape hearing some' groan, or moan, or sigh i i his im mediate vicinity. At times, also, he would imbibe some thing stronger thanwha this head could. stand, by way of dying for a while when living seemed a troublesome affair Then, again, he woald f.om time to time go off to sleep almost on purpose, in order to give the sneaks a chance to pick his pockets, to en able the vermin to feast on his substance, to allow the bloodthirsty injects to fill themselves with his blood, tor he was wondrously bene volent, was J-ick, And so he slept — slept all the time, now moaning and growling when the nightmare w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
COOK & CO. OUR Summer Trade is now moving along briskly, and we are full* prepare t for a i urther expansion of our trade business. Everything that is new, bright, 8114 up-to-date will be found at the ?' Heon omi: ' — it ii always the beat house for fancy goods. Face Nets are in fall prominence, also we sell them very cheaply. Pretty Cheneille Spotted Face Nets in black, white with pink spot, white with black spot, black with white spot, magpie, jackdaw, and complexion at every price, GLOVES. Ladies' 'White Glace Kil Qlov f, 4 pearl buttons, 1/6 pair, Ladiet' White Castor 'Washing Gloves, with white and black points, i/ii. Ladies' Pure Aus'riaa Kid Gloves, tan b'own. aod black, sttch backs, good fitting ind good wearing. 'I'-li pair. Ladies' French Kid Gloves at 2/1 1 and 3/1*. pair, are unequalled for value. Ladies' 4-bu! ton Lisle Gloves 61 pair. Ladies' 4-button Imitatien Suede, stitch baok, i/- pair. LaJies' 4-lutton Taffetta Silk Gloves, braid backs 1/3 pair. HOSIERY. ,...
The Calf Path. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
The ealf Path. One day through 'he piimeTal wood, A calf wa'kei home, as goal calve* shou'd. Bat ma4e a trail all bent sskew, A crooked trail, a* all oalres do. Sicce than two hundred yean hare fled, And, I infer, the ealf is cead ; Bat (till he If ft behind a trail, And thereby hangs my moral tale. The trail was taken up next day By a lone dog that passed that way ; Aod then a wise bell-wether sheep Pursued the trail o'er rale i-,«d steep. And drew the flock behind him, too, As good bell-wethers always do. And from that da y o'er hill and glad* .Through these old woods a path was made. And many men wound in and oat, And dodgei, and tarned, and bent about. And uttered words of ighteons wrath Beoau e 'twas uoh a crooked path. But still they fo lowed— do not laugh— The first migrations of that cilf ; And through this winding woodwax stalked \ Beciuse he wabble 1 when he walked 1 Thin forest path brcame j lane, That bent, and turned, aatf turned again, This orookrd lane becimoa road. W...
UNIONISM—OLD AND NEW. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
UNIONISM— OLD AND NEW. Unity means being as one. There it i* to the disunited th it we wish to ap -eal, becanse to those who are united there is no need to advocate unionism. To unde - stand the necessity of unionism, we mast know some of the causes that b ought it into existence, and, tha-efore, we mast refer tohistnr?. riefore the advent of Christ we find the workers combining f.»r the purpose of improving their con ditions. From about 150 to 170 b.o., something like an 'Universal Strike'' prevailed I here wero occasions when the ancient chattel slaves 'struck* fo' improved conditions of servitude, just as ou- modern wage-slaves ever and again 'strike' for aho ter houts or larger pay. The founda tion of industrial unionism is based on the princip!e that the capitalist is a necessity ; and, consequently, the unionists have built upon a wrong foundation, which wil- have to be abandoned, and ep'aced bv a system that recognises the right of no individual or combination of individual t...
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
The Socialist Press fls» sistance Fund. — u— Previously acknowledged, £102 |5s0d. D.C., Is; W.Y., 2s ; R. H., Is ; D.A.G., 5s ; R.G.,2s ; M. | F., 2s 6d ; J.O.M. 2s. ; D.A., Is ; 1 S.C.C., Is. ; Is i A.R., Is ; Col lected at Hall, *ls ; A.N., Belaringor Station, 5s. Total, £104 2s 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
A.S.L. Headquarters : M Mix HALL. 251 CA8TLERBAG-H-STBE3T SYDNEY, NJ3.W. OBjtcrs. estab'lghraent ot a Co-ojk ratlrf 'Common- wwk'ttL founded on th* collective ownership o ft and and the tools ot vrodootioa. METHODS. The Industrial and political organisation of the workers, the holding of leotnres. the distribution of literature, and the election of Socialists to all pablio bodies. Municipal Counolls. £and Parlia* meat, MEMBERSHIP. No person shall be eligible for membership in any branch of this League who is a member o any other political organisation. Persons deal Otis of joining shall be ehiwn this rale, In or -3 that they may pledge themselves thereto, N.8.W. GENERAL BXHCUTIVB. CHAS. M. BARI/'W, Hon. Gen c.
SOCIALISM ON THE RICHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
SOCIALISM ON THE RICHMOND. ANOTHER AGITATOR'S HOLIDAY. THE Socialist rarely gets a holiday — especially an extended one. Th * work of tbe movement requires all the energy and time of those connected with it. The . writer and Comrade Hahnsbein, however, spent a fortnight on the- Richmond River during Xmas and the celebration? of tho capitalist 'Commonwealth.' Far from the flags and the tom-toms, the guzzle, the snobbery and the slobbery, among the workers on the land, Socialist propaganda and pleasure was combined. The Richmond is one of the 'most picturesque, one of the most fer tile, as well as one of the oldest settled districts in this State. Rich in beauty, it has also- been rich in profits and dividends — but NOT for the farmers. The Colonial Sugar Refining Company has looked after that. This Fleecing concern has a most sucked the sugar farmers dry, and has long sweated the workers who every year, go up for the crushing season. But the farmers are not Socialists, and, like all ...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
GLEANINGS. I Pox a political pedlar on horseback, and he'll ride over the Labor Men who provided hia mount. — ' Hull Labor Journal.' English coal-owners (you could count them on five finsers^ will soon be as rich as Mr. Rhodes and his friends, and will be able to get a war waged in their interest in any part of the world where there are coal-fields which they want to steal. — ' The West Indian Home Builder.'1 Smiler Hales says that during nine months at tho front he neither heard of nor seen a single instance of the Boers misusing the white flag. We manufacture that kind of news at home. — Or— On the tenth of October the Boers captured a train going to Durban with passengers and from JBI00,000 to £150, 000 in cash. The newa has been deliberately suppressed. Incidents of this kind may perhaps Account for the way in which the British soldier ha* been kept for months together with out his pay. - o — That coal yields big profits to the colliery companies will, in view of its increasing ...
"Victories" that were Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
' Victories ' that were Reserves. j Writittg from South Africa to the ' Oatholio Press,' Father Ti money says'' the truth concerning this war will never be known. Dis aBtroua reverses are chronicled as viotories in all our newspapers. The man who writes the hintnrv of the war will have anything but an easy task before him Take Mare Is ing, for instance. The deliberate lies sent abroad concerning the siege ars astounding. The num ber of Boers hilled during the seige would probably not reach 10. The garrison did nothing, and only the Boers were untrained farmers they might have marched into the town any day of the siege. The garrison had been celebrating Christmas Day somewhat exuber antly. That night they determined to do some feat cf arms that would astonish the world. Ba Jen- Powell reluctantly yielded to their propo sals. They therefore advanord, creeping on the veldt towards the Boer's fort. The enemy seemed asleep, and a dash was made to sur prise mem. isozens or Mauser rifles o...
SLINGS & ARROWS [Newspaper Article] — People — 12 January 1901
SLINGS & ARROWS ? ♦ ? (By Nemo.') The ' D.T,' is again booming Reid and the Freeraid freaks. It wants the full six for the Senate. Logical. And two paid i agents of fakirdom are running for the workers. Ye Gods ! Hughes, the exumbrellamen dor and chief fakir, had some ' extracts, mixed with vague lan guage, which he was paid for by tho ' D.T.' as s'anding for Labor This image of brass is capable of anything. \Says ''Brian Born : ' It is said that Smith and McDonnell were selected by the P.L.L. people in oijder to please all sections of the community. Sm'th favors the war, and McDonnell doesn't, and thus the Fakir Brigade rec kon to carry both these political donkeys over the Federal bridge. But what if they drop the asses overboard ?' Our ' Commonwealth ' pro cession took three-quarters of an hour to pass a giveu point, and it was a fairly big concern. The funeral of Liebknecht, the great German Socialist, took fourand a-half hours to pass a given point. The capitalist press...