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General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

GwurafeEsecwtee. TrtjGJeaWat1 Executive mk'A Marx Hall ion Sunday mornintf Bu* Present; Comrades A. Tttfnttgk S. 0. Clarke, H. £. Holi*fld,l& Bumeieeo, G- Isaaoa, £ J. Jtnr riah, T. Batho, D. Oaraoa, F. Drake, and Gen. See. Moroney.' Correspondence Was received from D.. A. Gillies, Secretary ; A R. Brannh. forwardino' anoflntknoA at new Constitution; from Jas Eat cliffe, enclosing 16s, for oampajgl fund and ? year's subsoription'ife Thb Pbovxb, also expressing bisi wishes for Socialist suooWa ; Ifroft Internationa^ S^ciiUist Clu^i, '{§& warding invitation, to iJx^ca^ive.,^ send ? oommitiee to discuss, the best means for working together to further the Socialist movement. The L8 Club's reduest wafoo# plied with, and the following eopfc mittoe was appointed^ with instruc tions :— Comrades Holland, Dj^ak/a\ Morrieh, Clarke, and j. O. . If o- roneyj - : ,?; The Press Committee were in structed to prepare for printing and issue as soon as possible the new constitution, as...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Foundering of the Protector. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

The Foundering of the Protector. » A Cobbebpondbnt writes from the lower Richmond, that much sur prise is expressed at the Protector having endeavoured to cross the bar at Ballina, when the stand-off signals were showing,. It is gen erally supposed that the tug was in an unseaworthy condition, and was leaking badly, when the des perate attempt — which resulted in her loss and the sacrifice of all the a haven of safety. Our correspon dent emphasises the fact that none of the 'owners,' wereonboard. ' When the stormy winds do blow,' and the furious ocean threatens every ooffln ship. the lives that are jeopardised are mostly those of the wagewor kere. The people who live on the profits wrung from the earnings of the worker* don't ' go down to sea ' ft cttmfrabipai' .

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

KERNELS. r4,J ? -* ? 1...3JF The fiS^gpavIibp^crojird are the chief loafers in the Federal Parlia ment The Pnblio Service Bill has been pushed through with neither help nor. protest fton»i them in the wornng-olaaB Interests. Lyne is a director of the Citisentt Life Co., McMillan of the BquifcaWe, and others are interested- , What's this got to do with it t tfvery pupiio s- rvant must insure. So, Divvies for MoSiillftn a- d Co., out of the business. Capitalists don't sleep in politics. They re all olass-oonsoious. Clara, the Bogus Labor Candi date, managed' to win Condoholin by a majority of only 14: votes over the independent capitalist candidate. In the Mp^,'f Lawyer Phil. 8allivan admits that he had np.,!* oord in t^ e labor movement-^-nor yjt in any political movement. Yet he was £-isted:On tbe the Darlington electorate as a' labor ' candidate, and was elected by toe protectionist voters of that oonsticuenoy. The Duke has written a letter to sweater See. Bainmaker O'Sullivan has ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BLUB MARK [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

a BLUB MARK Through this par. denotes that your subscription is again dne. Should you still wish to have the paper continued, please forward postal note to ' The. Managing-Editor, Tip PEOPLE, Kidman's Buildingsyporner York «nd Market-streets, Sydney.' ;' Imagine all the householders in the to Wtii of York dead, and you arrive 'at the coat in lives to us of the war in 'Africa^''— 'Labor Leader.' . ' How is it that Kitchener cin now usually report more Boers kiHecUhan Boew wounded TV -? ????- ;/'i '»' -'???«

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Was It Toby? [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

Was It Toby? An eminent King's Counsel, in the course of a learned argument, rested his case entirelyjfxone re* ported decision, which j^Pblaimed to be of paraaou t importance. But when he had finished, his oppo nent, being asked by the judge wbat he had to say, replied: 'I will not trouble your Lordship with any further argument, f only wish to say that my friend has forgotten case on which he relies has been taken' on appeal to tkvi House of Lords and the decision absolutely reversed.' Upon this the eminent K.C. turned to his poUeagues round about and whispered: 'Good heavens! What a bar that man must be! Why, there never was suoh a case.' So they were both lying' ____ Half-an-hoor before the ill-fated Protector foundered on the BalUna bar, the Tomki— with Miss Aggie Gillies on board — crossed over. air William Lyne iaiact State insuraaoaj but doestft: jfeink the tijaoe opportune. Lyne draws ,jhjig dividends from privately-owned life «-.-u^'J.-'-.i.t ?^'fajwl/^^siajasVt*- ' '? '?<...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Monthly Concert at Marx Hall. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

The Monthly Concert at Marx Hall. NOTWiTHSTAiroiHa the wind and rain and mad, a record audience put in an appearance at the monthly con cert at Headquarters last Sunday' night. ?' May Day' presided at the piano,, and General Secretary, Moroney— fresh from Iris fighting in the Wallsend battle— occupied theohair. The concert opened with an over ture by «« May D*y,' followed by a solo, 'The Flying Dutchman,' Ibiy W Hunter. Mrs. Drake sang ?' When the Robin's nest again,' and Mr. W. A. Taylor supplied a violin, solo— 'Life's Long Dream is o'er.' ' Sunthine and rain,' was a hopeful ?song by Mr. Connors. 'May Day,' contributed 'Island of Dreams,' and was followed by Mr. Clancy with a recitation— 'Kissing Cup,' /' Bonnie Doon,' a part song by the League choir, concluded the first part of the programme. . General Treasurer Clark had the leoturette in hand, and, this being his first appearance, he confessed to being somewhat nervous. Mr. Clark's nervousness was evidently not of the most genu...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organised Murder. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

Organised Murder. ? » If a man of hix own notion kills intentionally a fellow-man that he thinks has iijured him his aotion is called murder But if a man puts on a military uniform, and goes out with others, accompanied by a military chaplain, to kill men he has never had a quarrel with:— goes out simply beoau-e he is paid for the dirty job as a butcher is paid for slaughtering cat'le for the umuor'lttiflD, Ul tuiuuuohid upwihbo he believes in the superiority of his nation and in its consequent right to bully and rale other nations — his aotion is dignified as patriotism. . . . Killing folks intentionally is murder whether the killer wears a military uniform or an ordinary civilian suit, whether he gets for it a Victoria Ctobs or the gallows And, if you stay at home and en courage others to do the killing, en courage them by preaching or by newspaper articles, or by hurrah ing, you are not without a t-hare of responsibility for he murders com mitted. A great deal of what passes for ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

HABBT 8TKGOA and CO. ?'? .'?'?: ? ioe ??? ?? ? ?? ? : Dungaree TrouMn ( ett Anwiean) ? Moleuqa. /Trousers , , ., Workuuc Shirts sad FUnneU . SL liOLT, AdTOTtuta j and BUI-Pottfmc ' a^Ud nt All work »» CnubU BXM. « B»nm ssmyHiwuMM'' ' v ???.---???

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAVID JONES & CO. AND THEIR SLAVE DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

DAVID J6JVBS &amp; &amp;O, AND THEIR SLAVS D kIVEB9. Thb proofs of the article in the above firm, wbioh appeared in last week's issue of The Pioplb, were forwarded by the Managing-Editor to Delegate Moroney, who brought the question before ? the Sydney Labor Council last Wednesday. Having r«-ad the article, which, caused a bit of a sensation, Moroney said it seemed incredible that men should have'tb work snob, hears. The early closing and other aota gave no relief to oases of this kind. He moved, that the Coonoil forward particulars to the Garters Union.requesting that body to take the ca-e up and orga nise the men there, the Oouuoil to give them all the assistance possible. e urged th*t ; evenjfeurablioiiy should be viven to this j^Ber and they should let tne peopleroow how Jones &amp; Co. were treating their workers, Mr. A. Yeraon, seconded, and moved as an addition, which was accepted—' That the Union be re commended to appoint organisers' to go around the city and or...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DODGING THE EARLY CLOSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

DODGING THB EARLY CLOSING HCT. V . . . - 'Thb Bollbtxh' is a barraoker for the See Government, and this is the kind of stuff it pubbshes about the manner in which the Early Closing Act is dodged while that Government winks the other eye : ' Vulcan : Called at the optician's t'other Wednesday (half-holiday) for 'repairs, but finding they could not be done in the morning «aid I'd call next dav. ' ' Oh mil fhia an^L. noon,' says he. 'But you're dosed,' said I. 'Well, the doob is,' he replied; t-'!bufc you can knock!' A self-satisfied Government fondly pictures opticians' men enjoying a hardly-earned half-holiday, never theless. Know, also, of a shoddy drapery house where' about 20 em ployes (mostly young women) work 9 a.m. till 6p.m. at half -a-crown per ' week.' Out of these dail/ nine hours they are supposed to have one honr Jfor lunch, bnt if they get 20 minutes they are lucky. Recent ly they have been preparing for a '? sale, which obliges them to stay back till between 9 and 10 p....

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THEY VOTED FOR. "PLENTY OF WORK AND HIGH WAGES." THEIR CHANCES OF GETTING IT. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

WHAT THEY VOTED for. i\/-: I ? * PLENTY 16^ WORK AND' I HIGH WAGES.' I TOEIR CHANCES OF GETTING I:;- ^— -^. ?-?.?--?.?.? ? . ??.' ^ ? ... / _-* / , . , ,s ? I tl k Sn of Surprises ' are tbe I wonfa in whiob Sydney 'D.T'! I admits that it lied more clumsily I Quo- uanal during: the electoral I fight that, ck^ l^wt week. ^Tbe I' result, however, is little snrprisiog 1 pwfornaAiio^l ofthelikrit; 127mbtith8 B' an considered. Since his appoint* l: oent as a Minister tbie O'Sullivin i, Jua been an aonte , observer of pah I fio^ves^wd, , discMdiM tbe_ H pnwtices ol tne oia poimoians or S: talking of high-sounding principles, S he hiT read woHringr olaB^doBke 9 aright, add, knowing th» working 9 -lw» to constitute the great bulk of 8 the voters, he set himself the task 9 ©f giving, them some , of ttyeir de 9 eras and promi'ing' them more 9 So successful, have these efforts 9 been that not onlV is. he regarded 9 u little shot* of a' Messiah by labor 9 organtaeoV industrially, bufe'i. he has ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

mE PEOPLE WeeUyCsfuof Australian SodaUm . P&amp;MMCWy Sttarda* Montef M @ ID* A IT'S fetflLDINGfifc Comer Tork and Markebtts., STDNKY. - tfOBaoBirno*. . , * V.w Boolh WalM. OMTorOaadTBOM) .. «. OMQwrtw .. ?? U- Single Ospr ?? ??- Wl *?* * 4 :;?'-? :;-£4&amp; ^ ':v is BlB(I* IaMrtta^Ant mob. Si «d ; OMhnl* All communication*, literary and MsK ins, to be»ddre««d, and dMqnn,PO. TOM*''. Ratal Notes,**, to b. state psnbettMt. E. HOLLAND, H»n»«u-f Editof. ?? ' '?? — ; A. REID, 8OLICITOB Ap. 4»; a namMtoMr Mr A*d»Tita BOMOHSTBEBT JBfrwMstt*. _. vX: or Peroonal Security. JAMES PART, Solicitor, to., CommiMinnW fa . AJBdwrit*. Bolfam-stwet ^ewoMtle. fTiHE INTBEN ATiaNAL JL SOCIALIST CLUB. Kiaman'a; (BaOdiaa, corner York and Market-it* Sydney. All leading European aad Ameri can dooUliat organe and magninw we1 Had for Members' ute- Committee , jiiaeta ,eveiy WeaMde^at 8 p.m, THE PeORLH The World for the World*! Worker* Kev Rote. — o — ??My people are destroyed by lack of knowledge,'— Ho...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWTOWN-CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

NBWTOWNGAMPBRDOWN. The result of the contest' in this electorate,, though perhaps' some' what disappointing to those who do not know the locality, was expected by the League members forming the local committee. That there is no direct labor vote here, the pre vious election proved, when Biley polled 91. True, Heaton polled considerably more; but it can be asserted, without fear of contradic tion, tnai BUT notiMJUB Rwn nos not a labor vote; It came from the young ? men of the various social clubs with which this erstwhile Bogus Labor candidate is con nected. Thomson's candidature fulfilled the mission intended. Good propa ganda work was done, and the can didate was listened to with rapt attention. ? At every meeting good seed was sown that will in due time bear fruit in all the Newtown elec torates Already, as a result, the writer has had a number of in quiries abont resuscitating the New town branch of the League. It is more than probable that if a move is made in this direotion, a ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FACTORIES ACT. CAPITALISTICALLY ADMINISTERED SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL DEMANDS ELECTION OF INSPECTORS BY THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

THE FACTORIES ACT. CA.pifA'LISTICALLT ADMIN ISTERED ; , SYDNEY LABOR COUNCIL1 V: ' ' 'Remands .;./ ??. . ELECTION OP INSPECTORS BY THE WORKERS. LAST week a. boy 16 years ot age ? was killed at Hodge amd Flotojvaki'B : engineering works, Sydney, through being caught in unfenced machinery. ? Inspector Taylor was condemn ed by the Coroner's jury for fail ing in his duty in not ordering the machinery to be fenced is accot dunce with the Act. At the last, meeting of the Labor Council Mr. G. A. Jones brought the matter up, and strongly condemned Taylor. He moved : '' That a deputation wait upon the Minister for Labor, bringing the matter before him, and requesting the appointment of additional inspectors.' He said the. inspectors should be elected by the workers. . ?'? The chairman read the resolu-. tion, when Mr. J. O. Moroney asked why Mr. Jones did not move that the, workers should elect the inspectors P Mr. Sam' Smith, with the rosy blushes of his political success thick upon him, ros...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

IN OTHER- liANDS. - ..After deducting the wag*'s and ail ooita, British coalowners nude : last, year twenty-nine millions sterling more profit than four yean ago on a «pital of 110 millions.. -?- i Lord Penryhri, who Reclines to re-: cognise qaarryuwn as hhrrian ' beings, is one of the financial gang who have nahed England into- the mire in Sonth Africa.; 'He holds 10^000 stares in the Chartered Go. . .: - The police in Russian Poland have seized quantities of pamphlets which were to be distributed on' th» 'First of .May amongst' the people. In these pamphlets the following demands, ' were made : ' An eight hours' work log day ; freedom of the press and of Mwciatibn and meeting ; the aboli tion of despotic government ; the in troduction of a .constitutional govern , mend with a- parliament based on oniversal suffrage and - the secret .ballot. Wholesale arrests have taken place during the last few days in various Polish . 'frontier towns. The chief seat of agitation is said to. be th...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Choir. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

Socialist ehoir. ? « ? ' Members and friends desirous of forwarding the cUMr now formed in connectionf^rith the League, are earnestly requested to attend practice punctually at 3 o'clock every Sunday afternoon at Marx Hall Those unable to attend will kindly send music along. There is room for more voices especially tenors and altos. Any of our readers who are fond of part singing are in vited to attend practice as above.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TWO CLASSES. WHICH SHALL SURVIVE? [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

THB TWO CLaSSES. ? . '?????? w ? '» y -: . WHICH SHALL SURVIVE? ; The prooem of economic develop ment has divided society into 'two economic classes whose interests are opposite. One of these is the class that has possession of all the things with which wealth is created. The other is the class that made and uses these things to create Msdtb. So cialism did not make tt^hptplasses. Socialism did not makMsne' olass war. Capitalism made (his condi tion and the Socialist 'simply re fuses to shut his eyes to the fact. The capitalist class declare .that there is no such 'struggle because they wish it to .oontinne. The Socialist examines into it in order that in may be abolished. He se s that this struggle can only 'fcnd through the abolition of all classes. This can only be brought about by the absorption of one class by the other. Manifestly the capitalist class cannot absorb the laborers, for if they did there would be no one. left to produce wealth when all were capitalists. But there ...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

: : Sosk one sbonld be asked to ex- i plaiai wny the1 Metropolitan Fire I Brigade hed no rocket appatatus at i Hqrdern's fire. . Clegg'a life might I easily havf* been paved had such an 1 apparatu*' been available. 1 Oapitelism is olass-oonscioui. I 'Ciapttalsmii international. It has - 1 neittier patriotism nor country. 'A I ?French syndicate iB investing sixty 1 iiuuiun xrancB in n angary, wcere enterprise is now less dependent on the Uerman market' I Such are i, the conditions under wnicb we live that the destruction of vast wealth iB regarded as a pet. feet God-send by working-class people— because it means 'more j wprk.' Thus, while Hordern'g fiia will . nit the insurance companies j heavily, it will mean more work for I the building, trade in the erection of I new. premises and. for such worker* I as w41 be employed in replacing I the sboddy and other goods destroy. I ed by the fire. Consequently in I those trades the workers will rejoice I that ^£500,000 worth of wealth Bis I...

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

Campaign Band. J.B, 16s ;, J.S., Is ; R.B , 5b.

Publication Title: People
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901

seeinLS. ? ? . ??,..-.???. ? mm I .... .. Don's forget the Fortoightly Social at Marx Hall, Friday next, July lt-th. Dousie Tiok^s, Is. ; La*ss,6-i. .^; -v,- : ?? ... , ' - ^ I,, . ;';: -iiin.jiii^.iMriimijnan , . . :- . :. ;'. CXtOisatiWk'of tb* i(tt ioi|ttt- ', anoe : fieeoe my sheep. . . - ,\ ?

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