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Newcastle Wharf-laborers. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
Newcastle Wharf' laborers. Thb following have been elected as officers of the above for ensuing half-year : — President, D. Watkins. M.H.B. ; vioe-preaidents, Dalton and Bogers ; secretary, W. H. Stevens ; assistant^eoretary, J. Hashford ; treasurer, A. Wilson ; guardians, Boyle and Boyd ; com mittee of management, Kirbr, North, Alexander, Ooulton, Smith, Soholer, Latte.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
The Socialist Press As* sist—ee Fnnd. . aO.QM 2s ; H.bV3*; Da, lc 9d ; A.F., ls^6d ; J.H., 2b 6d Per J,H , 6s ; . J.O M.,ls ; JJ,M., 3b; J;McJ),,2b; W.Y.ls; J.S.! Is; SB^Jb, Ladies Social. ,£1 5a. . ? * ' ?
"The People." SUBS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
' The People.' Subs Received. W.F., Pyrmont, 2s; TJ.H., S Pyrmoflt, 2b ; M.J.F., Tqmki,4g. I W.A., Tintenbar,- 2^ ^ Ala, Tin- j tenbar, 2s ; J.R., Belmore Copper 1 Mine, 4s ; H.T^ Paddington, 2e j 1 W.E., Balmain, Is ; S.C.O., Bal- 1 main, Is ; H.K., Marrickville, 3s ; I W.B.. Enmore, Is ; J.G., Marrick. I ville, la ; J.F., Newtown, 1b ? G.P., Glebe Is ; J.M.KNewtown, I AfAey^lrj ^;%B^ Tigb^s' mil, 5s. a i
THE LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
THE LESSON. Is the Federal (senatorial election oar lowest candidate polled 8109 votes, or an average in the 125 electorates of 62 votes ; in the five electorates oontested last week the average is 66. It cannot be said . io this last fight that any misoon oeption was possible on the part of . those who voted. for the Socialist . candidate. So that on the figures it is safe to say that there are in JT.S.W. about 8000 olass-oonscious Socialists. This is convincing proof that the ideal held by the Socialist move, ment is far ahead of any concep tion that has taken hold of the balk of the working class. Of eourse . there are a number outside of this 8000 who wonld call themselves Socialists, and who, in remaining outside the Socialist movement and voting for other candidates, would claim to be working for Sooialistt. Number* of these will come to a* in time, bat for the present wecaa ~not claim that more than 8000 ap prove our ideal and endorse oar tac ios. The lesson taught then is th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
Domain. I TO-MORROW, SUNDAY, -t&fl DemonstpatioD, I Speaker! : N,effl, Morrish, ThooMO, fl Holland and Moroney. '? All member* Roll up and tfettlbtfl ? Bed Boaette. ? S ;;. ;.-, ; , notice, I ' Members of Indies Social Comjijfc- '? iy# -» Wflueated to attend KJB ? fitaBi at 4 p.m. Sunday. S
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
menmnii* 151— Hpjnter Street 'West— 151 gyEWCASTLE. FOB OnCOKEttY ??..- And GLASSWARE Bargains. i-ATRONISE ' Local Industry ., - BYDRlNBINa wemxs CELEBRATED : , OASTIiEMAINE ALB. JSQJIM. ^HilP-bBXEP AT LESS THAN HALF THK OO8T 1 HAERT 8TEGCA &«OV- ? ?'- Tie oldest ^OUthing SttW*in- KemMtl* *? o vt .-iv'XlM^lawr. -,;,.:?..'... I er e yon gH;O»od,cy4lu« j^r, your , Momj.
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
WALL8BND. Wall8MD is regarded as the most impregnable Labor stronghold in Australia, and, when the General festive aoooded to ^request of the branch otthe AS I* Moropeyas.tb* candidate. $t.tht) everythiitf sj| ifei*epeoi|| theweathV WifgW »? pie of fine day* w nei«tfca mopHj^ rain,' wind an*hatt*»»ogw#rj^ body inside. T«tf 4#ito tfees; disadvantages, and th* JUtorn&m boycott ofMoronajT by %» P-t*^ brigade, much headway ,#88 made. Sooael worlring-olaes ddosrines wer» pveaobed, and hard fattiag of-tfie fakir crowd was the order of the 'vote ; bat, oobsideri*ig ill toe cir oamstanoes, our poll of_l8£Lmuat.be regarded as distinctly hopefol and enoontaging. . -..- ? ? Estell .ia^r»nan... destitate of abflity and has about aimudn fight; iuJiim as- a chioken. Hi» know ledge of the workers' 'position is equal to Ub lack of other qualifica tions. . Be work'ed, the Square and Compass,1 as well as several friendly and unfriendiy societies and side shows. ; ' ,- - - . ???? - ' ' We only...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
... , 1. CHILD LABOR.— All Children to attain the age of 15 before being permitted to engage in any wage^earning^oocripation. ? : ! 2. WOMEN'S LABO&p~Eqtialbatfon of women's wages with those of men where equal service is performecL. ' No woman to be «mployed under oondltionB detrimenUl to her health or morality. s ''?!;;;: -)-',' ;:-;.irii ' 3. JdGHT-HOUR DAY.— Induction of the hoars of labor in accordance with the increase of production, Immediate legislation ?* of a working day of 8 hours (or lees) ; overtime to be a penal offence. .„ ., , ';.'.....,. ? , 1. ; Mr ' ' 4. FACTORIES LEGISLATION^— An efficient and comprehenaiye Factories. Act to provide for healthy and humane condi tions of employment; any breach of the Act to be a penal offence. -All Factory Inspectors to be elected by the workers in their respective trades, All State workshops to be under the jurisdiction of the Aot. ..... V',.. ,- '. : 5, EMPLOYERS' .LIABILITY AOT.— *An Employers' Liability Aot to provide f...
THE CAMPAIGN. DARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
»«s»iPipN. [?] ii;$*B0i0& the moat eventful toBtaneein connection with the rtoocsit campaign in tne above e?eclorate Lwii the markwi apathy and^econoinioignoranai(-4*played 1&y tapP'* #Mfking-cla«J s|voter8. Bvidently;the hole in thiiecono mio ladder they are climbing is »rtt nArmntible to them* and BO toeyireftftgropIHf for the nex, rang; -^ They cannot yet See wood fW trees, an4 8P m their jBcpno mic biindnens they have .voted for Itjiejjernetnation ottheprcH:, sejjt 'exploiting system of ;C8*i tallflm/ And If ;ParKameht 4 ii a reflex of- ther- intelligence of! the people who ereate it, Lawyer; Sullivan — Darlington's elect — iflj the, very embodiment of crass working-claas economic ignor-i ance, and is truly a genuine re flex of the constituency he now; represents. : ? ? . Throughout the campaign then Socialist Labor Party's candidate,.! John 2j|Hl,- spoke straight-out Social j(J7?3 and told his listenere clear l§*Jnd distinctly that the party wanted, only the vot...
A THRILL OF JOY. CONGRATULATING ORGANISED CROOKEDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
H THRILL ©P JOYi CONGRATULATING ORGAN , I8ED CROOKEDNESS. fv 'TiriM the ni«;ht aftet the elec tion, when Sydney Labor Council wm nearing the end of its weakly .deliberations, and Mr. F.uBrennan arose in that dignified and impres sive style which has characterised bis bearing ever since hu elevation to the. high and honorable position; o£i .Labor/ GommiBBioner. The Oouncil held its weary breath, and waited expectant; ; .: Everybody guessed Mr. Brennan had some thing to say. H& had. Beaming with the radiance -of his own great joy he aufiased the -notable gather-' ing. 'I. riaej.Jifr, .President,' quoth he, . ' to propose a motion which 1 know, will ': ' be carried with one dissentient-— as usual. ' - Last night, be proceeded to' in form them, a thrill of joy had careered madly through his rioting veins' when : he beheld Labor 'triumphant at the polls. They -we're tiow in Bight of '» Labor 1 'Ministry; 'ah3 he rejoiced exceed ingly that Compulsory Arbitration was- b»fe. (Joy al...
The Average Man. [Newspaper Article] — People — 13 July 1901
. vTli«rn««fii0* -.-lif/) flbfaoe lwditbe gnmnmt^i gnoito, It ,w«a .ttleao^d and.bronied ,by t\u- tittuftifi* ctiit on his broad bony ?'? tbonlden, ?'? ' ' ? '?''? ???'' 'And' hia hknda ihowed the Work he .'-! had done. ! ..'?.? 'i ? . His .dim tytB wet* w:eary and patient, And b», smil»d through jbub pallor and ?; ten . ,.,..:.,?.. . . -.- .;./': . . Awiatf nl, ?ad ?mile, u if Mying, I am only an arertge ifrwi. Ittm'tbe a heroorfoet, *'?'? '??'? Wot ? dictator, wearing a crown, Im aaty » hardwotkipg MrTant . Of thow aet^boTa me, I'm do^rn, And it -ia no oiw complaining, '. I U get on the beat that I 'cStf' Ana one of thetfe days '11 bbm* morn i- ?': togi\-'-- ' ? ?''?? ??? ? '' Andnst ior tiie arenge vmn. -! HtsKM all battles and wina them, He builda all the turret* that tower OVer walls of the city to tell Of the rnlen and men of the hour. Withtmt him the general la halpless, Th» earth bat a place and * plan, He mores alL clothes all, and feeda Thin hard toiling arorage matt. Then...
Human Brutes who Run the "Star." [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
Human Brutes who Ran the ' Star.' Thi women who sell their bodies on the streets to get the living whioh capitalism would otherwise deny them are mostly the daughteis of the workers Capitalism ia di rectly responsible, for their calling. And yet 'tis the people of the capitalist class and their brutal hirelings that either draw the skirts of their own soiled morality aside or fiendishly jeer when the degradation of the fallen woman hood of the working olass forces it self before them. The most das tardly and brutal— and oftentimes the most lying — treatment of this kind comes from the chief organ of the See party — pa -tly owned and directed by the present N S. W. Premier — the sweating, sneak-thief ' Australian Star ' Here ia bat one sample of the gloating of this organ of capitalism and barraoker for the Bogua Labor Purfcv ovop the at, ill further crushing of a human wreck — a working-olass woman —a victim of thtf system upheld by capitalist and fakir alike: — ' Oft in the stilly ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
The intern ational SOCIALIST CLUB. Kidman's Buildings, oorner York and Market-its Sydney. All leading Europe *n and Ameri can Socialist organs a d magazine* are filed for Members' usa. Committee meets rrery Wednsday at 8 p.m.
FACTORIES & SHOPS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
FACTORIES St SHOPS , LEGISLATION. Recently a commission of Vio torian politicians visited Sydney to take evidence on this subject. In Viotoria, the legislation on this line has proceeded farther than that of the other States, bnt as it doesn't ' give pleasure to all, ' these politi cians have been sent to enquire into the working of snch legislation else where. The evidenoe taken in Sydney was given by members of the antago nistic classes — the employers and the employees. Needless to say, there was a great divnlgence of opinion on the part of witnesse-. The only thing the inquirv did prove Was that it is impossible for legislation to pass that will be to the advantage of both olasata. It was olearly shown that capitalistic society is built up of two olasses, the one making pro fits their god, and demanding that there shall be nothing placed in their way. The representatives of this clasB Bbo«ed they knew what their class interests req-ired, and they were prepared to fi.ht for it. T...
A BIOGRAPHY. AND SOME OTHER THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
A BIOGRAPHY. , AND SOME OTH-tiR THINGS. I [BY NBMEBIS.] Little don bark at tbe moon. Sometimes they bark because of their crass stupidity and their inability to understand the why and wherefore of Milngs ; sometimes they yelp out of pure cusaedness and because they love the sound of their own voioes ; and sometimes because they are just cantankerous curs — and nothing else. It is prob tbly because of a combin ation of these reasons that men like jar. ueo. uiack get on an occassional y»lp at the Australian Socialist move ment. In last issue of the semi-capitalist sheet he edits, Mr. BlaoV tries to say that Socialists didn't vote for the Socialist candidates on July 3. As a matter of fact every Socialist vote in each constituency was re. oordedfor the S L.P. candidate. Fortunately, to those who know him, Mr. Black's reputation is a thorough safeguard that all his sug gestions will be taken with the indis pensable grain of salt. Some there are to whom Mr. Black ia unknown. 'Tis well al...
DEATH TRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
DEATH TRAPS. Th* fire at . Anthony Hordern's last week gave glaring proof of the ' Socialist statement of the olass - struoture of present-day society, and at the callous indifference to the risk of life of wage-earners shown by the dominant capitalist class. Five of tbe wage-earners of this -firm lost their lives. It is safe to j assert that at least three of those lives oonld have been saved had the building been fitted on every floor with proper fire-escape devices. The buildings and stock were in sured to the tone of £400,000; what provision was made for the safety of employes P None; abso lutely none. Knowing — as they mnst bave known — that the Sydney ?fire brigades were furnished with equipments non-effective above ' a heiiht of 80 feet, these buildings were built some 50 or 60 feet above that height, and, while eaoh floor was furnished with hose applianoea . that the wage earners might bave some prospeots of saving the pre cious stock, absolutely' no thonght bad been given t...
THE PEOPLE. SUBS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
THE PEOPLE. Subs Received. D.G., ? Hamilton, 4s ; W.W., New Lambton, Is ; G.W., New Lambton, Is ; S G, New Lambton, 1b ; W.C., New Lambton, Is ; T. M., New Lambton, Is ; J M , Glebe, Is ; — G., Darlinghurst, 1b ; R.S.B,, Drummoyne, Is ; W.F., Bexley, 2s ; R.M., Glebe, Is ; P.H., Is ; W W.. Casino, 4s ; M.N , Tomki. 2s.
AFTER THE BATTLE! A GREAT GATHERING OF WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — People — 20 July 1901
AFTER THB BATTLE ! A GREAT GATHERING OF WORKERS. ] Sunday after polling day, it rained. Consequently the Sooialist meeting in the Domain did not eventuate. Last Sunday, as the outcome of efforts put forth by the Organising Committee, a great crowd turned up to listen to addresses from the ' five candidates who carried the Socialist flag into the recent cam , paign. A lorry was used as a platform, and Neill presided. Neii-l. When the chairman commenced his opening address, there waa a fair crowd present, which was grad ually added to nntil there were be tween 1500 and 2000 persons pre sent ; and this audienoe never onoe dwindled. Every speaker was in good form, and, with one or two ex ceptions, the crowd endorsed all that was said. Neill reviewed the position taken up by the movement, and said that Darlington contest had been oonduoted onstraightlines. He recounted some of the incidents of the campaign, and called on Mobbish who spoke vigorously and straight on the peculiar circumsta...