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THE WAGE QUESTION.
How the Workingman's Condi
tion May be Benefited,
An Adjustment of the Labor Problem
Claimed In Profit-Sharing.
Address by Principal Grant of Queen's Uni
versity, Canada, Before the Pan
From the Montreal "Witness.
Christianity must concern itself
with social questions bocnuso it is a
religion. It must solvo thorn beennsn
it is a perfect religion. Ho traced
the teachings of Mosos, tho pro
phots, Christ and tho Now Testa
ment and tho later ages of Christi
anity upon tho social hot torment of
mankind how one system gave
place to another until tho feudal
system attempted to grapple with
tho, great problems presented.
Gradually tho feudal system gave
Way uuuor tho shocks of wars,
plagues ami social revolts, and rents
for land and watres for labor took
tho placo of military sorvico and
other exactions. Thus tho modern
system was another advance, but it,
too, has led to tho exploitation of
man by his follows. And wiso mon
say that its doom is written, though
they are not agreed as to what shall
take its placo.
There have been successive stages
in tho evolution of tho workingman
slavery and contract. Many con
sider this third stage final. In ap
pearance tho worker is free. Unliko
the slave ho is his own master; and
unliko tho serf ho is not bound to
tho soil but can take his labor to
any market and sell it to the highest
bidder. Many good people are un
able to see why such relation
should not bo accepted as final by
all parties. It seems in accord with
tho fundamental principles of demo
cracy and to bo essentially just, es
pecially whon the worker is paid
good wages. Nothing seems to bo
wanting. Notwithstanding, tho con
tention is that the present system is
only a mitigated serfage or that it is
organized injustice, resulting in in
justice in all directions. Thousands
of the most intelligent workingmon
claim that under it thoy aro not
free: that the necessity to live and
to provide for their families puts
them, wherever competition is fiee,
at the mercy of tho capitalist; hence,
that there is continually seen in tho
labor market tho figure that Mr.
Morlev says is more trainc than any
Hamlet, "tho honest able-bodied
man who can got no work;" that
even when work is constant and
wages good a disproportionate
share of tho profits is taken by tho
capitalist, and that inon who by
their skill and character built up a
factory and havo given its goods a
reputation, may bo dismissed or
forced to submit to unjust rules
whenever the employer or middle
man thinks fit. Of course theso
men are free to go elsewhere. But
tho skilled workman may bo anchor
ed to tho placo. Ho has put a -rl
of himself into tho factory; 1.
vested his savings in a house t.
can only bo sold at a groat sacrific
Ho may havo spent half a lifotimo
learning to bo an export, and may
know of no othor placo whore ho is
needed. The owner or tho middle
man has made his "pile," partly out
of his own capital, brains and enter
prise, but partly, also, out of his
men's labor, brains, enthusiasm,
honest', personal interest, pride in
their machinery and in tho finished
products of the factory. Tho men
have recoived tho market rate of
wages; tho law declares that thoy
have received all that thoy aro en
titled to. Does equity say so? Tho
question, then, is that tho wago sys
tem, or as Carlylo calls it, "The
cash nexus between man and man,"
is inadequate, and, therefore, unjust.
Now, society can only bo hold to
gether on a basis of justice. Mon
will put up with any sutforing, priva
tion or inequality, but not with in
justice. If wisdom can find no
remedy, wrath will try to find one.
Bettor, too, that mon should revolt
than bo numbed into callosity; for
even should thoy soo no hopo in
picketing and mad violence thoy in
stinctively fool that scones of wild
horror may convince tho world of
tho necessity of finding a remedy,
lost tragedies worse than Homo
stead, and on a far wider scale, bo
fall. As Carlylo puts it: "A Crom
well rebellion; a French revolution
striking on tho horologe of time to
toll all mortals what o'clock it is, aro
too oxponsivo, if wo could help it."
Soldiers before now havo thrown
thomsol ves into a (loop ditch, studded
with iron spikes and sprinkled with
bombs simply that ovor their man
gled bodies comrades might rush to
tho breach, aud tho nameless horoes
have been judgod worthy of honor.
Is it wonderful that tho ranks of
labor should have men of a like
Now, tho remarkablo fact is that
tho economists of Franco and Ger
many, of Britain aud tho United
States havo lately been making upon
acknowledgment that the conten
tion of working mon cannot ho dis
puted. By tho economists I do not
mean tho poets and dreamers, who
have pictured a future in which a
wise, bouuficcnt despot, or a wiso,
benevolent impersonality called tho
Stnto would do tho work which tho
Jewish prophets represented the
Messiah as suro to do when hoeamo;
would break in pieces tho enemies of
society, and curb and check tho
steady inrush of selfishness. Then
would tho promise of tho Eternal,
so full of gracious moaning toovory
ono a stage above tho nomnri.bo ful
filled "My peoplo shall abide in a
peaceful habitation, and sure dwell
ings and in nuiet resting lilacos."
But these dreamers are called "So
cialists," and all that they say is dis
counted by thoso to whom Socialism
and Atheism aro synonymous tonus.
Many know Promlleon only by that
word of his "l'rivato property is
robbery"; Forgetful, or ignorant,
that eminent fathers of tho Church,
said the samo thing long boforo him,
and that their Lord uttered tho
awful warning "How hardly shall
a rich man enter the kingdom of
heavon," thoy toss I'roudleon to tho
wolves as clamorously as they havo
tossed tho Christians to tho lions
oighteon centuries ago. Yet who
among us could offer a moro truly
Christian prayer than that in which
ho closes his utterance on proporty,
"O God of Liberty! may my mo-
I inory perish if humanity bo but free,
ill I nfay iml see in obscurity the
i people finally instructed, if noblo
instructors but enlighten i if dis-
, intoiested hearts but guide it."
When dm bir Oeorgins Hildas, or
that far nobler Mammon Worship
per. 1'lugson of Undershot, offer up
hucli n prayer? The Church allows
the farmer to sleep in a cushioned
pew, and it has actually sung tho
praises of tho latter while excom
municating Froudleon. This will
not do. Tho Church must manage,
somehow, to got bettor weights and
balances, on penalty of having itself
weighed and found wanting. St.
Simon, tool Wo may not agree with
all his proposals, but let us acknow
ledge that his version of our duty to
our neighbor, that "all should labor
for tho development, natural, moral
and intellectual, of tho classes the
most numerous and poorest, is
simply Christianity adapted to tho
needs of our day. But, in saying
that tho workingmon have gained
ovor tho economists, I do not refer
to Proudlcon and St. Simon, nor to
Shelley whoso "Revolt of Islam" is a
screen for a now social ordor, bo
catiso ho felt so keenly tho injustice
of the old, nor to othor English
poets, like William Blake, whoso
words thrill to-day thousands of
"I will not cease from mental fight,
Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand,
Till wo havo hnilt Jerusalem
In England's green and pleasant land."
Nor to tho German Jews, Tabsallo
and Marx, who, assuming Hicardo's
law of value, "the iron and cruel law
of wages," undertake to prove bj
calm logic that tho present system
is radically unjust; that under it
thrift and industry aro petty, un
availing moralities, and thoso who
trust to them aro tho slaves of capital,
aud that tho only remedy is a state
socialism far moro radical because
adapted to modern lifo than tho
socialism of Moses. But 1 refer to
accepted authorities in orthodox
political economy, like Mill, Sidg
wick aud Graham. And as to tho
essence of tho wage-system being
force contract, Lord Chief-Justice
Coleridge tolls us that "Contracts
nominally free might bo cruel in
struments of tyranny and oppres
sion, to bo denounced by moralists,
and to bo summarily set aside by
just ana lair laws.
Noto. I am not assuming Henry
George's theory that, because of tho
private ownership of laud, tho rich
aro becoming richer and the poor
aro becoming poorer; nor Marx's
theory that tho saino result is tak
ing placo because of capitalism and
competition. Reliable statistics dis
provo both theories and prove that
tho working-classes aro steadily get
ting a bettor share than thoy, once
had of the good things of lifo.This
is well, but it is not enough. Wo
are thankful if the wugo-earnor is
now robbed, say of only one-fourth
instead of ouo-half of tho legitimate
share of tho profits of his labor; but
ho has no right to bo satisfied as long
as ho is robbed of tho one-hundredth
part, and wo havo no right to bo
satisfied as long as thoro aro unem
ployed men on an earth waiting to
bo tilled, and rich men with unem
ployed wealth; or as long as thoro
aro starving men, women and chil
dren in an ago in which the great
complaint is "over-production." A
score of laborers aro engaged in
fishing, and tho average daily catch
of each is one pound of fish. A
capitalist has nets with which ho
can catch ono hundred pouuds a day,
and offers to hire thoso to tho fisher
men aud teach them their use, on
condition that thoy give him 08 out
of tho 100 lbs. of thoir. daily cath.
Thoy accept tho offer and aro in
consequence bettor off than thoy
wore. Tho capitalist poses as thoir
bonofnetor, but ho can hardly bo
called their brother. Ho is creating
a condition of things bad for himself
and for thorn. Whon thoy havo
learned how to use tho nets, thoy
will bo under soro temptation to take
possession and bid him begone. How
much bettor had ho agreed to pay
them two pounds of fish as wngos,
to pay himself oight pounds as wages
of superintendence, to allow ton
pounds as interest on tho fixod capi
talthe nets for wear and tear, and
to consider tho remaining eighty
pounds as profits to be equally di
vided say, ono half as a bonus on
all wages, his own includod; ono
f on rlli as a benetit fund, and ono
fourth for purposes of mutual im
provement! M3' illustration assumos
large profits, and such proportions
seldom occur, but that thoy do occur
would seem to bo proved by tho fact
that America has mon worth ton,
fifty, or ono or two hundred millions,
whoso fathers or grandfathers wore
worth only a few dimes. It is diili
oult to beliovo that ono hundred or
even two hundred millions of dollars
is the equitable share of profits that
the labor of ovon a long lifo is
entitled to; aud that the owner is
entitled to separata that as he likes
from tho gonoral use of society; and
to settle it on his children or chil
dren's children; or, according to a
moro extravagant claim entitled to
! leave it to so-called institutions of
learning on condition that thoy shall
teach his notions of truth as the
whole truth of God unto the latest
What remedies havo been i'o
posed for tho injustieo of the go
system? Working-men first tru to
improvo matters by combination.
This was tho outcomo of that tenta
tive spirit of self-government, which
has been tho mainspring oi every
rational movement in Westorn Eu
rope, in tho direction of liberty and
progrosa. tt showed itself when citi
zens in the middle ages formed
themselves into town-guilds to resist
mail clad barons and othor robbers.
The town-guilds becoming oppres
sive were separated by craft guilds,
and the lifo died out of them, too,
when t hoy became oppressive, though
wo linvo curious survivals of tlietn
still in endowments, old plates and
annual dinners. Trades unions havo
now taken their place. Liko thoir
prototypes tho' had to tight for tho
right to exist. The almost insane
selfishness of classes in power was
seen when legislation was directed
against tho very principlo of poor
mon combining, and when an agree
ment to rofuso to work in ordor to
obtain highor wages was declared by
law to bo a crime. Tho natural con
sequence was that real crimes woro
i-uiuiiiiiicii u secure ino ucsircu o
ject. But stop by stop tho combina
tion laws havo beon repealed until
now not hing is illegal if done by a
workman which would not bo illegal
if done by anyone else; and nothing
is illegal when done by a combina
tion of workmen which would not bo
illegal when done by a combination
of other peoplo. Tho individual solf
saerifico and tho class solfishnoss of
the old guilds havo been reproduced
in the modern trades-unions and it
is now being felt that thoy aro only
a step in tho direction of a remedy.
As combinations to forco up wages
and forco down hours of labor thoy
have done littlo; as benefit societies
thoy havo done moro; and as forcing
capital to treat labor respectfully
thoy have done most, unt tho or
ganization of labor was mot bj' the
organization of capital, and a mu
tually destructive war between tho
two has beon the result. Such war
is better than disgrace or subjuga
tion. It was bettor that Britain
should spend millions on tho Al)3's
sinian war, though littlo was brought
away from Magdala but King Theo
dore's umbrella, than that other na
tions should fancy that thoy could
ill-treat British subjects with im
punity. In tho same w;vy strikes
havo been needed to teach capital
hat labor is not hopeless. But war,
civil war in particular, is not an ideal
stato of things as a pormaneucy.
Therefore, in 18(51, Karl Marx found
ed tho international sooioty as a sort
of universal trades union. It aimed
first at "raising wages," but later on,
whon (ho iniluenco of Marx was over
ridden at a transformation of the
society, Marx himself retired into
private lifo to finish "Dns Kapital,"
that biblo of tho Gorman so. 1 ists,
in which tho argument for .ate
ownership of all the land and all tho
instruments of production is given
with extraordinary detail, knowledge
of political economy and apparently
cogent logic. This is not the placo
to expose the arguments nor does it
seem to 1110 necessary to do so, bo
canso a health' individualism is far
too strong and too gonoralby diffused
among. English-speaking peoples to
allow them to take moro than an
academic interest in tho stato owner
ship of land uuloss thoy find that
thero is no othor remedy for tho ill
adequacy and injustice of tho wago
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Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo recently been
received ut these Islands, and wo will havo
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of sumo.
Tho. Superiority of theso Locomotives
ovor all other makes is known not only
hero but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
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P, O. Box 403. Mutual Telo. 440,
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