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WHO OWNS THE WEALTH OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

- I ? . I' WHO OWNS THE WEALTH OF N.S.W. The adalt male population at the middle of 1898 numbered 669.000, and of these 27 per cent — that is to say about 180,800 persons were the possessors of pro perty, and assuming- further that the sum of £370,000, 000 which it» the present valuation of the wealth of the colony was distributed amongst the 180,000 persons in the same proportions as the £38,003,999 — was distributed amongst 17,250 perspnson wnose estatesstampauues were j paid the following would be the present distribution of property in N.S.W. , Amount. ' Class of Estates, ' .? Persons. under 200 ... 72,762 ... 6,465,000 200 and under 5,000 ... 97,611 ... 99.355.000 - 5,000 and under 12,500 ... 5,880 ... 4,363,000 12,500 and under 25,000 ... 2,274 ... 37,737.000 25.000 and under 50,000 1,205 ... 39,960.000 50,000 and over ... ... 1,038 ... 143,170,000 18,001) £370,000,000 These figures show that nearly half the property of the colony is in the hands of 2,243 people nearly three f...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Between Ourselves. The Socialists' Burden. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

Between Ourselves. The Socialists* Burden. It is a. fairly heavy one, and, while nothing more than what we expect, and for that reason don't whine about, it is well to point it out occasionally that the members of the organisation may realise the responsibility resting on the shoulders of the General Executive, representing the whole movement. ? * ? The heaviest burden of all is the .financial one. A working class organisation is bound to find this the case. Especially when a body such as ours takes upon it self the duty of publishing a weekly paper having only an in come sufficient to pay editorial salaries on even other ' Labor ' papers. During the last six months there has been a steady rise in the circulation, but com rades should bear in mind that no paper in Australia lives on revenue derived troin circulating, and that with a paper taking such a consistently fearless policy as The People, it entails a con siderable amount of energy to keep any advertising connection. Undoubte...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

WHAT SOCIALISM IS. I TBI ethics ot Socialism are identical with tbe | : ethics otChristianity.— Encyclopedia Brittanic*. Th* abolition of that individual action on which i modern societies depend, and the substitution ol \ regulated system of co-operative aotlon.— Impe- rial Dictionary. A theory of society that advocates a more pre cise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of tbe social relations of mankind than that which has hitherto yre railed.— Webster. A science of recons .meting society on anan tire'y new bails by substituting the principle of association for that of competition in ever/ branob of human industry. — Worcester's Dictlorary. Any theory or syttem ol local organisation which would abolish sntirely or in great part, the individual effort and competition on which modern scciety rests, and substituteoo-oper&tion; would introduce a more perfect and equal distri bution of the produots of tabor, and would m«ke land and capitAl, as the instr jments of produc tion,...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITONS NEVER SHALL BE SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

BRITONS NEVER SHALL BE SLAVES. The other day a parson presided over a Jingo meet ing, and yi lding himself up to the frenzy of his excited ? foolishness, He yelled, ' Britons never shall be slaves — never ! — never ! — never !' Of course, ihegods in the gallery applauded. That's what they were there for. But J'he People wonders whether that parson ever heard of the Newcastle Wharf-workers and their 100 hours of worse than slavery every week. But there are no slaves in the British empire — no ; we are all free. Once we used to imagine that the people of Brown's township, Minim, were slaves ; but we were mistaken. 'J he parson has told as that Britons never— never — never can be slaves. The f arson is righ*. The other day, the writer dis covered an empty envelope, which had recently contained the fortnight's pay of a pair of /Jinmi miners. On the face of the envelope was a statement. It showed that the two men had earned £ 1 19s. gd., and that they had worked 13 shifts to do it. The B...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CON GRATULATIONS FROM MAORILAND. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

©ON GRATULATIONS FROM MA0RILAND. Under date January 6, F. Farvey writes from Auck land, N.Z., to the General Secretary, A.S.L., at Head quarters : ' Dear Comrade, — Congratulations and best wishes for 1900 with y^ur admirable efforts in The People, which deserves a good circulation. I see it in the Library here, .and find it very interesting — the ex tracts from home papers being very good, as they are not seen here. 1 am out lor health from West Ham, and should I come to Sydney will look you up. Hoping this J will find all comrades welland fighting, yours fraternally,'' 1 etc. |

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waterloo. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

Waterloo. The half-yearly meeting of this branch took place at the Alexandria Town Hall on January 10. Comrade Carr was voted to the chair. Election of officers resulted as fjllowB : Secretary, M. Pratt : Treasurer. J Neil!. Com rade Carr, Aldonj. Chamberlain, ? ''Con nor and H Neill ; Auditors. Comrades O'Connor and Carr ; l ibrarian, H. Neill ; Paper manager. H Ifeill pro tem, Future meetings will be held every alternate We.lnesdate from date at the Alexandria Town Hall,

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 — 20 January 1900

NUTS. A M ait land subaoriber to The P*opl* wntea : — ' I read th6 paper with increasing int» est every issup.' Thus a capitalistic scribe : 'The vast railwav works and canalisa tion schemes of tbe Russian em pire are but preludes to an econo mic aeveiopmtnt wmcn, cotisiaer inir its fastness, will throw into tbe shade even the phenomenal development of North America ' This means under present econo mie conditions flooding the worlds mar- nts with good* produced by people with a low ' standard of living ' and to compete, othe' countries ma-t either double or treble their producing capacity (per workers) or reduce their standard of living. A possibility 'f the near future s.Hl be conscription in England. *ome of the capitalist papers he^e are advocating, and a modification of the principle is possible during the present Parliament. Lyne and Co. are in favor of i:. — o — Have you noticed that none of he 1 arliam3i.tiry Military bar? ackers have offered themselves for 'outh Africa. They...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

THE BRANCHES. Newtown. Hku- their usual monthly meeting on January 10. Comrade Drake in ' the chair. The half-yearly balance i sheet was read which showed that we / were on the right side of the ledger. Election of officers resulted in Messrs. Drake and Nugent being elected sec retary and treasurer, respectively. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Shirley, for past services as secretary ; he having been compelled to resign owing to his business taking up his time. It was decided to push the sale of The Peoplb and to thoroughly organise the district.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARRY STEGGA & CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STORK in the NORTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

HABBY STEGGA ic CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STOBK in the NOKTHEBN DISTBICT. Cur gallant, heroic Trans vallers are dying, and brave soldiers am falling, and the miserable hen's of blood-suckers and money-makers are quietly in hiding, to come out when the war is over, to dig their claws into our hearts, if England could out see in time that Chamberlain is under mining the foundations of the empire, the true empire of which South Africans have dreamed, whicL. shall be a great confederacy of the nation*, not crushed beneath her heel, but bound to her by in dissoluble ties of love and sympathy. Chamberlain is stabbinic the heart of the British Empire ' — Olive ?vohr*ih*.-. The Yienese Press refers to the present development of Germany aa the u powerful expansion of German industury and commerce. ' Powerful expansion means in this case as in all other* the wiping out of Bome other countries' ' industry and commerce.' Hasten the day when the workers of the world will kill the expansion idea au...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

Thu« a cap.talistic ink-slinger : ' On Magnetic Island is a pic tnreeaq'ie white quarantine station. It has lately- b*en pro posed that this shall be turned in to a home for the old and broken down. It is not a bad ;d»a ; the place is charmingly situated --n the edge of the singm* , purple sea ; at the back are gracious wooded hi Is 'I he climate is not ti o bad f r No-th Queensland, so the n'ace ought to te, indeed, a home for these p or folks who have, some of them, given the best part of their lives to helping tj build no marvel Ions Queens land. A benevolent aaylum is. to me, the most pathstic sight in the world. The sight of those old people, who have spent their years in toil, and in ther old age have tome to take eharity, is, indeed, a most painfal spec acle. When yon think with what high hope* they sst out, and of the incongruity between their desires and their achievements, what gi eater lesson is needed upon the futility of human desires ? However, let u* hope they will ge...

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 — 20 January 1900

TOM H. INGALL, 1 1 NEWCASTLE'S BEEIABLE HOUSE ' For Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps. Macintoshes Little Boys' I lothing a Speciality. i ? 87 Ml 89 HOWTEK STREET, MEWCMSTLB. , G. Froome § Co. , ^I6H TO EKMIND THE PUBLIC that we are constantly opening up ' New Goods bowViiied Line*. Onr Prices are BEDBOCK. And, aboTe all, don't forget We stick to the Early-closing Movement. NELSON STBKFT, PLATT8BUBG , and Honter-etreet We*t. Newcastle. Bickford's SAFETY FUSE ? . Specially . Manufactured far the Newcastle ' ?llieri*. j Ask your Storekeeper for a (ample coil Agent for Newcastle and Diitrict. E^N' C3-I1TE ER Coppersmith, Bras^Founder, House & 8hip Plumber, &c 93 KING STREET, NEWCASTLE (Nest Ireland'* Bond). Marine Work a Speciality, Estimates Given Good Workmanaoip guaranteed at WHAT PEOPLE SAY - AFTER ALL, CHARLESTON'S PHOTOGRAPHS Are the Best, Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful iox 12 Opal ? only ? TheCITY MUTUAL LIFE; ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Limited. HXAD OFFICE—...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

we' do pretend TO BE LEADERS IN REDUCING THE PRICES, BUT WE DO j GUARANTEE TO TURN OCT TnE BEST A.ND LONOE8T WEA.RINO 8UIT THIS SIDE OF 8THNEY. Phillips, THE RECORD TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street. BHEHWOOD ^.HOODS Are FAST COMING to the FRONT as SOOT -£ SHOE MAKERS gGive Them a Trial, and find *ut who they are, at 183 Hunter-street west, Newcastle. THE TALLOW HAN. YOU who wish to. have my Tallow please see' that each block ia stamped witfi the above Trade Mark, bo that if good you will know who to praise, bat if bad who .to blame— should the latter be th-- case kindly let me know. I will be pleasnt' to serve you through any of your Btores, but if any of them refuse to sell it, send along to me, and I will inform you where you can get it* Yours moBt respectfully, JOHN CAMPION, Jesmond.

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 — 20 January 1900

In the, Newcastle District, it is known as THE MINERS' PAPEK. It stands alone as an advocate of justice for the Miner. It advocates Collective Ownership of the Mines and all other Means of Production.

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 — 20 January 1900

jfr JOURNAL. Of SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM. The Only Straight-out Working class Paper in N.S.W. A Paper that is Uncompromising and that dares to speak the Truth.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

GLEANINGS The death-rate among file makers between the ages of 35 and 55 is 453 per 1,000; while the corresponding death-rate for all ?Ha t males is only 361 pet 1,000, o little more than half as areat. — — O— ' The Labor World (Japan) stig matises the factory system in Japan as ' simply a slaughter house of human beings !' . William Morris had a great horror of being buried under a marble Blab, and though a costly 1 monument is raised at his grave at Kelmsoott, the grass grows . ureen over his emains. The monument is raised high above the - rave, and there is a space for the gr%88 beneath. There iB no long inscripticn — merely the two words, ' William Morris ' Prof. Frank Pa sons says that the waste of energy caused by the capitalistic system reaches from 30 to 40 billions of dollars in the United States annually. At two inquests in London recently the cause of death was given as starvation. WORKINGMEN I To omit buying a capitalist paper only one day a week for a year would en able...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

OPEN COLUMN TO THE EDITOR. I I am glad to see the N.Z. people are beginning to adopt the Initiative as in the uaee of 1 rohibition, tbey might at well have had a ozen issues ns one ac is would certainly cause tbe peo; le to think what they want instead of b'ing told what they want by Windbags and people interested in pi-rBonal motives. Take the condition of the various churhes to-day, cocstantly begging something off the p or to fatten tbe rich ; tne outcome of pLople being denied the opportunity to tbink. I am glad our Queensland friends are waking up and trying to Bee that wolveii cannot care for sheep in the true sense or exploiters of labor for good. Sorry as I am for tbe growth of misery, want, and unhappines* there is the comfort to know they are not the outcome of Truth and Justice j when we have just environments those unde- I sirable eieaoroB will be minimised as I falsity giveB growth to its iruit falsity, soalsodoes Ri-ality, Bight, in envircn mcntB and equitable conditio...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
That Garden Party. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

That Garden Party. T his eventuates to-day at Sir Joseph Bank's Grounds. Tickets have been Belling right merrily and only fine weather is required to ensure complete success, both from financial and pleasureable viewpoint. Members should be present in full force with the red ribbon showing, and bo pre pared to give every assistance, to the Committee to make the whole time one of pleasure to our friends and them selves.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUGHES' SLANDER. QUEENSLAND "WORKER" PRESERVES HIS ANONYMITY. BUT ALLOWS "MAY DAY" TO APPLY THE LASH. " TOO LOW TO BE FUNNY—ONLY CONTEMPTIBLE." A COLLEAGUE CALLS HIM A LIAR. AND A COWARDLY SCRIBBLER. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

HUGHES' SLANDER. QUEENSLAND ' WORKER ' PRESERVES HIS ANONY MITY. BUT ALLOWS 'MAY DAY' TO APPLY THE LASH. ' TOO LOW TO BE FUNNY — ONLY CONTEMPTIBLE.' A COLLEAGUE CALLS HIM A LIAR. AND A COWARDLY SCRIBBLER. The last issue of the Brisbane Worker to hand is interesting reading. Although still desirous of sheltering their correspondent under his nom de plume (for the first letter here subjoined was written with the hope that the editorial - management of the Worker would ask Mr. Hughes to come out in the open, and take the responsibility of what he writes) that paper has seen fit to publish at least two indignant protests against the slanders ut tered by him. Here is how 'May Day' lashes the slanderer : ' MAY DAY ' AND ' OMEGA.' ' May Day,' Sydney, writes : ?*' Having been away from Sydney for some weeks I have just but seen the Worker of December 9, and was astounded to find in your Sydney letter, supplied by ' Omega,' a most malignant and unprovoked attack upon an old and universally e...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

General Executive. Met on Thursday January 1 1th, at AJayfield flail. Present : Com rades Moroney, in the chair, Miss Hickman, G. Isaacs, Proud, and Gen. Secretary Barlow. The Xmas Gift closed with L5, which was divided as arranged, viz : L2 IOs. to Press Fund, and L2 10s to be plaeed in a .new funrl — fr«nAP«.l T?« solved that Managing-Editor prepare a balance sheet for Dec. 3 1, 1899, and Comrades Morrish and Proud to audit the books on January 26. General Hgitatlon Fund. The Christmas Gift of 1899 asked for by the General Executive resulted in the sum of L5 being contributed. Half of this has been voted to the Press Assistance F und, and half has been devoted to establishing a new fund to be known as the General Agitation Fund. _ 1 here has for too long been one department of propa ganda (and an important one) that for lack of funds has been neglected. That is tho publication and distribu tion of pamphlets and leaflets. It is to overcome thiB that the General Executive has opened...

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 — 20 January 1900

enRRINGTON FISH & OYSTER SALOON, 56 liunter St. Next Crystal Palace Hotel. THE Best of FISH, and 'OYSTERS always on har d e. MfleREE & ee. A. K. HEYLAND, SEWIN® - MACHINE . IMPORTER AND RkPAIREB. Treadle Machine an-l Cover. Wertheira system, £0 H)a, Usual Price. £U. The Davis Vertical Fce-J. The Honsehuld The Aucbor VibrAting. «fcc. K-iual to any Make Latest up-to-date Hand Machin* & coyer, £3 10a 8econd-hami Machined f on; 25a C-vH & inspect. PRICES ARB 1 ? GOOD* AKE THE BEST, All kiu^s of Repairs. Needles, Shuttles, Parts, &c SAVE 4U per cent by Purchasing at 1791 Hunter St. West. Send Cheque or P.O 0. SL. HOLT, Advertising and Bill-Posting * Contractor Han-ioili- Tilstrlhuu'd, Signs unilM up \il work at Rea 'uabla Hates. 43 ^miter-street, Newcastle.

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