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Socialistic Gutter Snipes. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
Socialistic Gutter Snipes, i Thero are in Sydney numerous publications not meant for the eyes of the working-class. For this reason, they are interesting, owing to the candid manner they have of treating subjects that in the ordi nary capitalistic press are treated with studied ambiguity and sophis try. Of these publications none are more interesting than the sheets published by the different firms of sharks known as the 'Stock and Share brokers.' From 'F. J. Thompcon & Sons' Stock and Share Report' of June, The People takes the following introduction to their report of exchange tran actions : — 'The only disturbing influence we have t.o watch with care is the uncertain labor situation, fanned by the socialistic speeches of men who ought to know better, and who, under such circumstances, ought to be relegated to the gutter, from whence they originated '' This is the sort, of thing that, the 'Daily Telegraph ' shareholder thinks, but he take-! caro that that concern from whic...
DAVID JONES & CO. A CASE FOR SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL. AND FOR THE CARTERS' UNION [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
DAVID JONES & ee. . ! A CASE FOR SYDNEY LABOR I COUNCIL. AND FOR THE CARTERS' UNION Now that Sydney I abor Council has recovered from its successful struggling to place its stamp of ap proval on the political crooks and blacklegs of Brother Capitaland Labor politics, and now that the officials of the Carters' Union have not their hands full of electioneer ing for the Liberal-Capitalist Can didate for Lang, those bodieB might very well turn their attention in the direction of the firm of David Jones & I'o. The carters employed by that establishment are compelled to start work at 6 a.m. — and some times even at 5 a.m. — and five nights a week they work till 9 p.m That means an average of at least 15 hours a day, including meal hours, for five week-days On Sat urdays, the men never finish before 10 p m , and more often than not the midnight hour is ringing before the day's work is done. Saturday is thus made for the firoi's carters a working day of from 16 to 18 hours. ...
ABOUT THE SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. (With apologies to the N.Y. PEOPLE.) [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
ABOUT THE SOeiAL' 1ST LABOR P IRTY. (With apologies to the N.T. People.) (Bogus Labob Man, approaching Socialist with a confidential air), I want to make a suggestion to yon. Intelligent Worker : Let her fly! B. L. M. — The Socialist Labor Partv is an excellent natfcv — I. W — That's a chestnut to' me. What's your suggestion ? B. L. M. — There is no party like it — I. W. — Is yonr budget of news made up of more such stale items P B. L. M, — It's principles are brilliant — I. W. — If you have no more thrilling news than you have so far imparted to me, I'll have to leave yon ; this is my busy day. B. L. M.— Just wait. It will be a glorious day for the nation the day the Socialist Labor Party comes into power — I. W. — Come, man ; come, what have yon on your heart ? B. L. M. — This : The thing for %he Socialist Labor Party to do is to— I, W. — Puts a hand to each ear so as to catch every sound. B. L M. — To get a big and ever bigger vote .1. W. (looks tired at B. L M.). — (b that the a...
WAR AND PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
WAR AND PROFIT. I 1 (Translated for The People from I the Tabak-Arbbibhr by H.D.) It is long since clear to as that dl political institutions and laws, as ill political events, may be traced * ju ^eir base to economic causes and ; motives. At the bottom we find as i I rale the question of ' mine ' and : 'thine,'' even in all the wars, which : peoples have waged against one , gnother in the course of thousands : of years. In modern times Capitalism, in its necessity for expansion in carry ? ing on the world's industry aud the world's commerce, appears often very plainly as motive power for war. This was perfectly plain, for instance, in the so-called opium war. Because of English capital invested in the large poppy fields the English Government was forced into this infernal war when the Emperor of China would not let his subjects be poisoned any longer. Until 1767 only about 200 chests of opium were imported into China annually ; in the years 1837 and :? 1838 not less than 84,000 che...
Waterloo Branch. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
Waterloo Branch. Attention of members of the Waterloo Branch of the A.S.L. is directed to the nsual fortnightly meeting to be held, at Comrade Prond's residence, Wyndham-street, Alexandria. Business : To appoint auditors and transaction of finance. Every member requested to attend. A. B. Proud, Hon. See. The Norwegian Odelsting has adopted, by 48 votes to 36, the in troduction of universal communal suffrage for women paying taxes on incomes of at least 30 u crowns ' these people, Nationalists and pro Boers alike, are the pestilent, enemies of the Empire,' says that rag of the robbers, 'St. Jaines'B Gazette.'
A Departing Socialist. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
A Departing Socialist. On Wednesday last, while the election fever was at its height, one of the most active workers in the Socialist movement — Joe Klosier mann — sailed from Sydney to take np a position at the islands The People regrets the loss of a good comrade, and wishes Klostermann # all the success he deserves. His new address will b) ' Labasa Mill, Macanta, Vanua Levn, Fiji.'
Election Funniosities. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
| Election Fanniosities. , | Eden George, sweater, has at last I managed to sneak into the State I Parliament under the O'Sullivan I wing. I Lawyer Sullivan, who was eleot p ed for Darlington, is dubbed a [ Labor member, bat it was only the [ protectionist influence that put him K Blubbering, unsorupulous Bob ?; Hollis and Weeping Willie Web ?; gter are both returned as Bogus p Labor candidates. B; Labor Scab Kelly- comeB back K from Denison as the ' Bogus Labor ? candidate. I Gnstave (!) Thomas (! I) Carlyle ? (|!!) Miller— who left the See B «-m ft because they -didn't give him B-. a portfolio — baa now allied himself ? to the Bogos Labor , party. The ? most democratic thing about Mr. ?' Miller is his long hair. ? At Waterloo all the Bogus Labor I Party's cards read : ' Vote for Aid. ? E. Banner, J.P., the Progressive ? candidate.' I Di R. Hall is returned for Gun I nedah by the votes of the Farmers' ? and Setters' Association and the ? Bogus La ior Party. The former B opposes Lan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
? IaaM You'll mlu 1* OOl Him when AU He^oe. i %1 Secure Hii Yorkv ? ^ | Second-hand Clothing Bought and Sold Also Old Oold and Silver, j A. Splendid Lot of DangareetOrecalli* i Y EKY ALL SORTS. 77— HUNTER STREET WEST— 77 Newcastle. ftRTIFie^Hi- TEETH. ' Old Plates repaired & remod e BLACKAJDlT & HUNT Chemists and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, and Kemp-street, Wallsend Mr. Blackall may tie oonsuited at 'he Wallsond establishment on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Henmnir 151 — Hunter Street West — 151 NEWCASTLE. FOR CROCK® KY And GLASSWARE Bargains. fATKOlhSE Local Indastpy BY DRINKING WOOD'S CELEHBATED ?OASTLEMAINE ALE. A L E^N* D STOIJ T EQUAL TO°IMPORTBD -\\ A.T LESS THAN HAJuF l'HK OUST ; \ jj: ;! i
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
The Socialist Press As* I slstance Fund. I June 22. - J.H., 3s ; J.O.M., Is. I Per J. Rasmusson, 2s 6d ; J.M., ? 6d ; D.C.. 6d ; H.M., 3d ; D.C., Is ? A.8., Is ; R.H , Is. ? June 29.— T.J., 6d ; HI, 3d ; ? D.C., 6d ; J.M., 6d ; J.K., 3d ; ? D.C., Is ; Fritz. Is ; S.C.C., la ; ? F.H.D., Is ; A.F., Is ; D.A., Is. ? Jnly 6. — J.M., 6d ; H.M., 3d ; ? D,C , 6d ; J.M., 2s ; D.C., la ; ? Ladies Social, 13s 6d. H
The Night-Singers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
| Tbe NIght»Singers. i (From 'May Day' number of London 9 Justice. ? When the clouds* of the night hung |B thickest, and' no star in the hea- |H yens appeared, And the soul shrank back in the shs- fB dows from the phantoms it saw fB and feared, jH When the distant viejr of the future IB seemed as black as the dismal fX And the fluttering heart best feebly IB to the feoag ef the winter blast. fS Then, calm and cjear on the darkness, like the sound of a ghdsome f chime, ? - | Came the songs of the old Night- f singer* who sang of a happier j; time, i When the skies should be blue and ! cloudless, and the earth should ; be fair and gay, ) And the shadows of night b? scattered i by the light of the dawning day. ^ When the people should list with f gladness to the voice of the : Sprinp-time breeze, \ And the songs of the forest singers 1 that dwell in the woodland trees, ) And the sound of the bursting foun- | tains, and the rivulet's voice of i glee, j And the laugh of the leaping river...
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
' The People.' 1 Subs Received. ? J.H.O., Waverley, Is ; M.H., H Mt. Kembla, 2s ; E.H.B., Annan- H dale, Is ; W.W., Waratah, 2s; F- H P., Waratah, 2s ; A.H , Waratah, H 2s ; 8.C., Waratah, 2s ; C.N., H Sydney, 2s ; H.T., Smedmore, H 2s; HC„ Sydney, Is; H.O., ? New Zealand, Is 6d ; H.W., H Leichhardt, Is : C B., Millers Ft, H 2s ; W.H., Tighes Hill, os. ; A. H K.K., Pyrmont, Is. H
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
HARRY bTEGGA & CO . The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle The Fla-*e «r- you gst Good Value for your Money. PBATICAL SOCIALISM IN AUSTRALIA. By Peaoe-at-Any-Price Paterton. Now in the hands of the Printers. Will be Posted to any address for xod in s (tamp, . JOHN PATEBBON, Box i?, Trades Hall, Broken Hill.
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
I There is no class which has made more out of the war than British colliery owsers have, and if there, is any olaBS in the community upon whom a special tax should be levied it is these gentry. We have have no sympathy whatever with the Government in its present financial difficulties, but we have still legs with the vampire class which has forced it into these diffi culties in order to minister to its own greed for gold. , Tax them by all means.— 'Justice.'' The Scottish Miners' Federa tion considers the proposed reduc tion in wages unjustifiable. What about the masters and their 50 per cent dividends ? Cape Colony House of Assembly hasn't met since October last, as one can have too much franchise. Sam Smith, M P., says when the O'Sullivan becomes Premier of N.S. W., he ( Samuel) is to be Works Miisis'pr. /
THE CAMPAIGN. WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
THE CAlrtPAiGN. WATERLOO. The direct political conflict between the capitalist forces and the rising Socialist Party is for the time being over, and capital ism has again received its man date from the economically un educated people to legiBtate for the working-class in the interest I of capitalism. In Waterloo, des pite the honest attempt of the Socialist Labor Party to obtain a clear cut working-class victory, the Dtrong local prejudices in favor of Anderson, the capitalist nominee, and the labor fakir, Banner, were sufficient to over cc me our efforts to obtain for the toiling masses the opportunity to seek industrial and political sup remacy in the Parliament of the State. . However, Waterloo so cialists are not discouraged); they fully realise that the battle will be a long and stubborn one, and they will now proceed to system atically organise the socialist voters for the next conflict. The abominable methods adopted by the enemy in this election ought to be sufficient to pro...
Socialist Labor Party. [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
Socialist Labor Party. Modern society cannot escape shipwreck unless it reorganise itself into the Sooialist Republic. The establishment of the Socialist Republic implies a social revolution ; it implies the overthrow of the capitalist system of produc tion, which has become a drag to all farther development and an incubus upon the ' commonweal ; it means the placing of the machinery of production, now held and owned by landlord* and capitalists, in the hands of the people ; in j other words, it implies the downfall of the system of private ownership in the i implements of labor — land and capital, i.e., machines, tools, etc., — and its ] 'substitution by public, collective ownership, to be operated for use, and not j for private profit. ; For reasons peculiar to tbe historic days when the guild journeymen wntred their battles against their masters their weapons remained the same until their class became extinct The modern proletariat howver, cannot abide by those original and primi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 6 July 1901
A BLUE MARK I Through this par. denotes that H' your subscription is again ? due. 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.' ?
Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
Organising eomralttee* — o - Every member of the Leagne should attend the meeting on Mon day at 8 p.m. It is necessary for all to be pre sent who take any interest in die movement as important businett'is to be considered G Isaacs, Sec. Org. Com, Apparently die striking Westrm lian railway workers are making- a good fight of it, and the The Peoplx wishes them every suooesm, Bat the best strike win be the striker «t the ballot-box, when the workers strike to drive the capitalists and tbe fakirs from the positions of ? powder.' ' : .
The Tomki in the Gale. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
i The Tomki In the Gale. The Tomki whioh left Sydney on Saturday night had a rough passage until passing Seal Rocks. After passing Port Macquarie the w-nd increased and there was a nasty sea all the way to the Richmond Heads where she arrived about 3 a,m. on Monday. After laying off till day mini, aoonc o. 10 uaptam faulsen decided to take the bar ; tbe PiOteo- tor, Oakland, and Maoleay were then lying off some distance. Cross ing in the Tomki had a rough time of it, shipping several h^gh seas which Bwept the deck carrying everything before them. One tea broke through the fore cabin smash ing the doors like matchwood and flooding the cabin. Borne of the door whioh was carried away struck the fore cabin steward inflicting ., several nasty ..rounds in the face besides otaerwise shaking him. The Tomki, however, reached the wharf safely.— N Stak