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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

GLEANINGS. Adam Brown, colliery manager, AManton Colliery, near Hamilton, Britain, has been fined £-1, or 30 days, for not having -reported an explosion. ' British speculators who bought Chartered Shares at £2 a few months before the war, are now selling them at £4 5s , a$d snatch ing cent, per cent — and more — from the blood and bones of brave men on both sides. But, of course, this is not a Stock Ex change war. It is a war for' equal tighis for all men of all races.' Not onlv are all newspaper telegrams rigorously '' censored ' but even the ' copy despatched by post from the -front sba-es a like fate. Nothing approaching the truth from eye witnesses may appear in print without military permission. Our free-born de mocracy has the privilege of shedding its blood and wasting its money in the task of destroying Republicanism in South Africa. To allow so cheerful a democracy to know exactly what is goinj on,) .would, be an insult to the demo c rat M'ijft»l.ljgeri ce, „So — the War ? ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

/=*. G- CROFTS, BOOKSELLER, A. A Co.'s Bridge, Newcastle. See bur new and cfioice variety ot Birth, day Car.is. Our J/.Boxof Stationery.is the Best, Mew Books for School Prizes, landing G tv OFTS A. A. OoTii Bridge. ? Bookseller TRUST MONEYS to lend — on Real or Personal Security. JA41ES DART, Solicitor, &o., Cowmiasioaer far Affidavits, Bolton-street Newcastle.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR AIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

* ©UR AIMS. The Australian Socialist Leagtie and The People exist for a very definite object, the ultimate ideal in view being the complete nationalisation of the land and the whole means of prod action — that is to say all that this world contains and has to givemen, women, ftnd children —everything that goes towards making people healthy and strong — ana with every opportunity and facility for the 'develop- ment of the whole of their faculties. ? ♦ ? Very beautiful, says the cynic and politician ; ' something to dream and theorise about, but utterly and wildly itn practicable and completely outside the range ot ' practical Poli tics.'' ' Human nature is too selfish, bad and mean to . ever. ri«e to such . a height of bliss. Society has progressed on present lines, from the beginning of time and therefore always will and y. u can't alter it.'' Further, the capitalist forces are so tremendous arid the power behind them so overwhelming that .the mere contemplation of what the Socialis...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

Foreign Missions. ' As I understand,' said the heathen, ' you propose to civilise me ' Exactly so.' ' You mean to get me out of habits of idleness and teach me to work ?' That is the idea.' 'And then lead me to sin* plify my methods, and invent things to make my work lighter ?' ' Yes.' ' And next I will become am bitious to get rich, so that I won't have to work at all.' ' Naturally.' ' Well, what's the use of taking me such a roundabout way of getting just where I started. I don't have to work now.' There are 208 fema e lawyers in America.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

2* «'0 - -ked vta.mc Through t.lii* par. ind cites that your sn script on is again due, and sh tultl -e f trtvnrded to the office 9* HanWw, recti *V«-»t,

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Unique Advertisement. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A EJniqae Advertisement. ! The Wiest of England is a place of strange survival* and astonish-t ing sights. Among these the signboard which trie Rev. S. Baring Gould found at the Corn ish village of Morwenstow must, surely stand pre-eminent. The writer of it must have been a. sort of unedncated Whiteley. ,»jj ' Roger Giles, Surjin, Parish Clark, and Shulemaster, ? Groser- and Hundertaker. Respectably informs ladvs and gentleman that he drors teef without wateing a minit, applies laches every hour, b list ere on the lowest tarms, and viziers for a penny a peace.. ' He sells Godfathers kordalesj kuts corns., bunyons, doktersh osses, clips donkies wance a month, and undertakes to luke arter every bodies nayls by the 'ear. Joe-sharps, penny wissels, brass kanelstix, frying pans, and other moogical hinetrumints hat grately redyooced figers ; young ladys and gentlemen larns their gramar and languadge in the purtiest manner, also grate care taken off their morrels and spellin. 'Also zarm-zi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. A Musical Night at New Lambton. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

THE BRANCHES. A Musical Night at New Lambton. On Sunday night last there was a fairly good roll up at Garrett's Hall, New Lambton, in response to an invitation from the Newcastle branch of the A. S.L. to the workers to spend a musical New Year's Eve together. On this occasion our musical friends took ' time by the forelock ' aud put in an early appearance ; this was, per haps, due to the fact that one of our moat enthusiastic members had given his word of honor that he and our friends would get that tram or ? c well, anyhow, they reached New Lambton at 6.30 p.m., where they were joined by ' The Vag,' and 'The Stroller.' The company then wended their way to the house of Comrade Watson to while away.a few moments, and from thence we made tracks for the scene of operation. There waa no hitch. Precisely at 7.30 the meeting voted Mr. William Coomer to the chair. The opening remarks of the chairman were brief but pointed, the objects of such gatherings being defined. .The first item dispo...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

NUTS. Messrs Laidl-y and Co., pro prietom of ihe blackleg Co operative Colliery, are proceeding with the work of opening up another coal mine, which will be known as ths ' Hhonda.' Rather a fancy name ; hut will the pro prietors run this pit on th£ same ines as thi to-operative — where a man is only a man in shape aod name. i — o — — There are alieady too many coal mines working in the N ew castle district. Yet new mines are being opened up. — o — Newcastle Socialists a*e urged to attt-nd the usual Branch meet ing to be held at, Broadmeadow this evening at 7.30. o — Had Britain a ?* oeialist party in anyway approaching the Q-erman Social Democracy, there would have beea no South African war. — o— M.P. Hughes' record to date ?— '98, denounces borrowing policy of the Government, ' which must 'absolutely cease 94, denounces Lyne and Co., for opposing fieid'a 4i million loan, ' which wculd be spent in wages among the worke's '94 to '98, consistent denouncer of Lyne, who is im possible a...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAP SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

SNAP SHOTS. One of the most peculiar demonstrations held in the Aus tralian Labor world occurred in Sydney last week, when the resuscitated Wharf Laborers Union was ?' officially opened '' by Premier Lyne, surrounded by a most brilliant galaxy of his henchmen, including the O'Shriek and the immaculate Richard Denis Meagher. 'Twas a wondrous gathering. Perhaps the chief marvel of the show was Hughes, M.P., making his first appearance as a Uhion secretary. What genius and whole-sould en thusiasm must have inspired this sacrificing, generous, and noble minded specimen of his species to act so disinterestedly. Of course, ftie fact that the Union will have its resting1* place in the Lang Electorate has nothing to do with the case. Perish the thought ! Hughes has learned a lesson from Napoleon Smith, and thinks he sees a chance of build ing up a fence of Unionist forces for purely political ends, thereby emulating the tactics of the traitorous crew in America known as the Labor fakirs. ? ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One who is Appreciated. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

One who Is Appi eclated. Our good friend, Mrs Biirdwell, is at present unable to deliver her lecture on ' The Ideals of Modern Woman.' Mrs Bard well is one who is aiding in the work of lifting society to a higher plane, aud does not keep her thoughts on sociology for the platform entirely. In her scholastic establishment at North Sydney, she endeavors to imolant hisrh ideals and true ethics to the young Australian girls committed to her charge, That her work is not unappreciated the following address, presented to her by her pupils at the Xmas vacation, along with a handsome present, is evidence : Dec. 12, 1899. Dear Madam Bardwell, We, your affectionate pupils, desire to tender you a small token in memory of our scholastic connection with you, and which ia now about to be tern- i porarily disconnected, being on the eve of a new century, .indicative of our sincere love and genuine goodwill to you, and we earnestly prty that the incoming year will find us all again reunited under you...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

The Beit of DUNGAREE OVERALLS ?'rang ai leather, To be had at HARBV STEGG-A ft CO ? 6d a pair, Everlasting wear. Under ihe personal supervision of T W, GRAY, late of Jas. Welsh. GRAY, JOHNSON; & CO Family Grocers ft Produce Merchants, Borough Markets, Newcastle. All Goods of Best Quality at Lowest Rates. A Trial Order solicited. O IKING BACK «VAR U.— Edward Bellamy, A few doten for sale at pfper copy. A,S L, Headquarters. New ™ A WW OBDRBBD - _ I-R0U Books fir FREE BY POST. BOOS! BITTING is now reduced to an exact soience. Save Money by direot dealing. The Australasian Society tor Social Ethics will send post free to any address in any part of the world any one of the following works on receipt of money order, postal notes, or stamps. If Sumps of other colonies are sent please add 3d in shilling for exchange. William jcobbis— pobt. abtist social 1ST, ny Francb W UU bat, 1/6 THBF4BIAN H3SAYS IK SOCIALISM, 1/6 SIX CKMTUBIBS OP WOBK & WAOBBl bv . Prof. TUorald Bogerii, ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VOICE FROM NEWER AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A VOICE PROM NjEWBR AUSTRALIA. ? (For The People.) ABOVE the jingo yell and shriek That echoes half the world along, Does ne'er the voice of Conscience speak And mark us with the brand of Wrong ? 1 Why clothe.the motive power of gain - About with Freedom's spotless white ? Why cast a black effaceless stain / Upon the sacred page of Right ? If Sin' must.be the link to reach The treasures of a weaker hand, Why not withdraw the lies we teach, And boldly mock Divine command ? With scarce dissent, why have we furled The flag that guards the. Larger Way, To prop jthe Bastille of the world. That working men must storm some day ? To you who sternly stand at bay, And strike with superhuman might, The legions of your foe to-day — The foreguard of the hopeless fight. — To you who, far across the sea, For Freedom's sake have stained your blade, I give my heart's best sympathy — Would I could lend you sterner aid. And chilled with what I cannot cope, I send this wreath across the wave, - A garla...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Xmas Gift. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

The Xmas Gift. Below is the total receipts of this fund, which is now closed. Further information wilt be given in our next. Previously acknowledged, .£3 'Ja 6d. M.O'C., 2« ttd ; W.6., 2s 6J ; Col lected at Waterloo, Is 61 ; M. N. , (Tat ham) 3s ; T.N. (Tatham) 2a ; ?'Fits.' (I'athitm), 5: J.A. (Glen Iunes), 10s. Total, £4 ltis.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

ART I FIC IA Lt TEETH OLL- PLATES Fepaired ft Remodelled BLACKALlfc HUNT. Chemists & Oevtists, Hnnter - street, Newcastle and Kemp-st Wallsend. — o— Mr. Blackall may be consulted at the Wallsend «(tabluhment on Tueiriay and Friday afternoons, ; xj ^ i; REE RLE QQ ' Mjehwfc: POWDFR, —A Ihe Pest that *-oney can Buy — o— All Krocers PATHONISE Local industry BY DK INKING WOOD'S , .CELKI BA'EP. CASTLE MAINE ALE. CD. JEfc. ALE A H D STOUT EQUA L TO°1mPOBTED AT LESS THAN FALF THK COST WILSON'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter^street West, Nkwcabtlk Beit and Purest of Spirituous Drink* ^Retailed. THE ECONOMICS OV THE EIGHT-HOURS DAT. ONE PENNY. Posted, l^d. Per dozen, 9d. Posted, 10 —O'1™ THE PEOPLE OFFICE '? - ? Newcastle, IN HIS STEPS. — o ? What would Jesus Do?. — o PEO PLE who have read the works of CHARLE* 8HELUON should obtain the following by K. PRO' TOR and see what lesus would do if he were to come on earth again. The New Evangel Price 6d. The Epistel of JUichard id The second Epi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAY-BREAK. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

DAY'BREAK. (By It. Barton in the Social- Democrat. ) A LIGHT is creeping up the east — Invading the black dome of night — The night-bird, and the prowling beast : Have seen it and have ta'en affright ; . And all those things that hate the light Call loud upon the night to; stay, Then spiing with more haste on the prey, And drive more lawlessly the fight. But we who languish for the day See with delight that eastern grey/ Oh, long, dark night, the longest far That ever sunk o'er human eye, And darkest — quite without a stir, Or guide to show the danger nigh ! . What night with Labor's night can vie, For terrors, watchings and despair, And will-'o-wisps, that lead to where The robber doth more violence try ? Heaven ravished Labor's cries doth hear All night, and time's full with her prayer. ... Ere Egypt's pyramids were -reared, Or Persia's oldest palace flowered , Or India's temples first appeared, Or ev'n to Heaven old Babel towered — ' ? Night had her hood o'er Labor lowered ; And ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] LEAFLET SERIES. BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

r.KAFLHT 8B»m, ® BETVUEEH THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA, » I'uring the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries a bitter controversy has raged between two parties in opinion and politics, calling themselves Protectionists and Freetraders, tbe former of whom hold that it is well to shnt out the competition of foreign capitalists in the market of a country by a tariff on imports, while the latter hold that no impediment should be allowsd to the entirely free course of trade. m § W hat have you t- say has to tne msrita of the controversy r Merely that the diiforenete between the two policies, so faras it affects the people at large, reduces itself to the question whether they pre fer to be fleeced by home or foieign capitalists. Freetrade is the cry of the capitalists who feel themselves able to crush those of rival nations it allowed the opportunity to com pete with them. Protection is the cry of the capitalists who feel themselves weaker than those of other nations, and fear that their enter...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

Now the warm weather it oom.ng on we would adriKtjou to dreit to suit the climate. HARRY STEGGA. A. -..CO .ars opening New Stock for the Coming i Season titty day: Go and see them. J. H- SMITH,— ' T HE' JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. 1 UST IMPORTED, the very latest and most fashionable assortment of Jewellery O Watches, Clocks, Electro flate, ctc- The Quality a$d Design of which ganaot«'*»°— ceUsdranri at Vtry Lowest Prices. 1 make anything aud everything in the line, on the premises. For Watch and Clock Ke pairs best in Newcastle. NEXT DOOR MARKETS— 78 HUNTER STREET. Spectao'et from ls.per pair.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

TOM H. INGALL, NEWCASTLE'S RELIABLE HOUSE For Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps. Macintoshes. Little Boys' Clothing a Speciality. 27 and 29 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE. ? G. Froome i Co. TO REMIND THE PUBLIC that we are constantly opening up ONew Goods 5 onr VariedJLines. Our Prices are, BEDROCK. And, above all. don't forget We stick to the Early-closing Movement. NELSON STREET, PLATTSBUBG, iird Hunter-etreet Weet. Newcastle. Bickford's SAFETY FUSE ? . Specially j, Manufactured for the Newcastle - ollierie». Ask your Storekeeper for a sample coil Agent for Newcastle and District. eustg-ihstb er Coppersmith, Brass Founder, House & Ship Plumber, &c 93 KING STREET,' NEWCASTLE (Neit Ireland'i Bond). Marine Work a Speciality, Estimates Given Good Workmananip guaranteed at ? ? Moderate Prices. ? _ WHAT PEOPLE SAY ? ? ? AFTER ALL, CHARLESTON'S PHOTOGRAPHS Are the Beat. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful lox 12 Opal only 72/6 TheCITY MUTUAL L1FEI; ASSURANCE K/Cli-IY, L...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

iociftliat Leaflet* can he obtained from TUB FEOPLK Office, NewcaUie, iu parcel! of ^ 3ft, 3d ; 50, 6J ; 100, Is ; 1000, 6s FOiUge extra. ^flie People' Office « FOR LABOR PRINTING.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cricket Match Worth Recording. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

;A oSricket Match Worth Recording. A CORRESPONDENT writes : ? ' At a large colliery, not a hun dred miles from Burwood, the ? Guzzlers of one pit and the Boozlera of another,, played a friendly game of cricket on ^Saturday last, when the termina tion was about as successful and : satisfactory as is usually the case ?when these loyal leading lights decide to have a day out. Of ? course, the efforts- put forth by :the leader, ' Exhumed,' as he ?moved about with his rod — even -as did Moses when he stretched his arm oyer the sea — had won derful effect, and tended greatly( to aid in the .sucoess.of the day. -''Sconce ''-obeyed - this- -worthy'® command, which could be readily ?observed, as he strutted^th*®; .ground so neatly with.i«W«eping r strides — somewt^^le^wan si*. ;fret ; '4n fact, he dbfeyed, events . Aaron Cbeyed -Moses. '* Scoiih . drel,' ' BtKlly and 'Tyrant,'! ; also took jpart in grandetyle and \with good ' effect. After ]the pleasautgam? was over, 'Tyrant* ? called for th...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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