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GENERAL SECRETARY'S RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

GENERAL SECRETARY'S 11 ' RECOVERY. Members and friends will be pleased to learn that our comrade is getting better, but it will besom* time before,. he is .permitted to take up the work'' of ihe movement again: To the i' numerous enquirers we. are sure his . recovery will be pleasing news. Not. only the Socialist but all section^ of the Labor ' ' movement have been.anxious About our comrade. - Robbers in Pretoria. :? ? i ' — O t- ; . ; Accordihg to Laffan's corres pondent the friction between Mr. Cecil Rhodes and Colonel 'Kekewich arose from the fact that the latter refused to mess on the luxuries enjoyed bj' . the De Beers' directors while the citizens and troops in Kimberley were subsisting on short rations: Colonel Kekewich endeavoured, but unsuccessfully, to discover the ^hereabouts of the De Beers'' supplies. A slab of common 'eehse from the miners' sub-committee's reT port: ' We were reminded of tho decision recently given, by Mr, Donaldson, but replied that the Coal Mines Act...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Those "Letters from the Front." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

Those ' Letters from t ie Front.' Br the Drummer. Since our soldiera took to fighting, Things are geting quite exciting, And the Boer the dust is biting ; Since our lads took up the hunt. There's no doubt our Tommies mean it And that slate — they mean to cleaa it With Boer gore ; I'm sure we've seen it I By those ' Letters from the Front.' Tea, those letters from our boys Show their life is 'reft of joys. If they're not called to bear the battle's brunt, Where the ballets hum like bees — To that spot our Tommy flees— I can prove it by his letters from the front. Yes, our Tommy loves ahsrp fighting (And a lot of letter writing), Nor will cease his wrathful smiting Till the conquered foe has fled. Then his eyes light up with pleasure, As he findB himself at leisure, To begin his search for treasure On the dying and the dead. If our flag by him is stuck On a foe whose last blow's struck — Should he kick the body till he makes it grunt, Should he lop a finger off? Or at cold clay sneer ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION NOTES. C.E.F. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

UNION NOTES. e.E.F. On Friday of last week, a special meeting of the Miners Delegate I Board was I held at! Newcastle Trades Hall. The committee (consisting of Messrs. Bower, McFadyen, Cur ley, Toll, Evans, Charlton, and T. Evans) appointed to confer with the owners, submitted the following report to the Board : Gbntlemrn, — Your Com mittee met the Proprietors' Com mittee in the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, May 5, in order to adjust prices if possible, and bringinto practical application the Weighing Pro ▼iainnri nf fti* H/mI Vinaa Pami. lation Act, 1896, which provides for the payment of all mineral gotten. The first meeting was necessarily to some extent pre liminary, and there appeared a diffidence on the part of the pro prietors to submit definite pro posals. We suggested that a i similar method be brought into requisition as that operating at the Sea Pit, Newcastle Co., and Waratah., viz., 3s 2d per ton for best coal and a price for screen Bmall, based upon a paym...

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 — 2 June 1900

GENERAL EXECUTIVE. Met on Friday nighty . May 25. Present: J. Neil! .(chair), J. Oi Moroney, F. H. Drake, 6. Isaacs, A. B. . Proud, D. Aldus,1 and S. C. Clark. Correspondence was received from Managing editor ; also froth Newcas tle. Organising . .Committee asking for a speaker to attend Newcastle. ' Resolved that Miss May Hickman or J. O, Morcney visit Newcastle. Comrade Moroney Reported having visited Comrade Barlow and was glad to be able, .to say that he was im proving. On the motion if Comrades Drake and.Clark, it was .resolved 'That this Executive expresses its deepest sym pathy with the General ; Secretary, and hopes for a speedy recovery.' Resolved that J. O. Moroney be appointed aoting-General Secretary.' Treasurer reported having received, £1 18s from Organising Committee, proceeds from last social. Resolved that the amount be placed to the Press Assistance Fund.

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 — 2 June 1900

COUGH BALSAM is a real good, reliable Article. Ask for Hart and Firkin's Cough Balsam. 1b and 2s Bottle. HABBT 8TEGGA k CO. The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle The Place Where yon get Good Value lor your Money.

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 — 2 June 1900

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.* RTEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box HARRY STbGGA and CO., Tailors, Hatters, Mercers and Clothiers, 8U1T8 Made to order for 42s,

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. MISS SPENCE AND EFFECTIVE VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

ftT HEHOQDHKTERS. MISS .SPENCE AND EFFEC TIVE VOTING. »-. ? ! At Headquarters on Sunday last,' the Hare- Spence system of .Inflective ?Voting was expounded by Miss Spence and Mrs. Young (secretary of the Effective Voting League, of) South Australia). Both Indies have come over especially to expound the Hare Spence system to New ? South Wales electors, an-^ Miss Spence. in her in troductory remarks undertook to show how -effective voting would benefit Socialists as a minority party. The chief defect of the present system of voting, Miss Spence pointed out, was the absolute waste of votes entailed through the votes not , being transferable. By splitting of votes and by the fact that a majority of one is sufficient to return a candidate, it very often happens that the man sleeted does not represent a 'majority of, the electors, while all the votes polled for defeated candidates are absolutely wasted. ' I. Queensland in order to prevent the system of vote-splitting— which caused the con...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

GLF-ANINGS. A lethe from a «e geant in the C.I. V., a crack sbo', gives a lurid pictu eofthe neglect of the sol dier*. He aa s thev hav» practi cally no food beyond two or three biscuits. that he h a never yet had a drink of water that was not ha'f mud, that to save themselves from starvation they are obliged to loot the f«»m*, that a 1 egiment, after I fightmar for hours and receiving no I ra ions but a ' i cuit on returning | to oamp, threw themselves on the ground »nd absolu ely refused to obey their officers until they ob tained aoie 'Oie food; that no man haa mo e than two or three hours' sleep invthe twenty-four; that he himself bein; in charge of one of the Boer commanders was obliged to cut himself that the pain mi^ht keep him awike, Kitchener having threatened him with death if the prisoner escaped. — Beynoldi.' — 0 — The Maona of New Zealand, re membering how they were slaugh teied and their lands taken by the Bnslish, are greatly interested in thegwar (say* the local Ckur...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Story of a Socialist Paper. II [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

I The Story of a Socialist Paper. [By ' Ottts.'] I II. Dark and gloomy were those early days of the life-time of the Socialist press. The Socialist movement was not an organised movement. A few men and wo men — principally among whom was Thomson, Carson, and Ru meisen — were struggling bravely to keep the League in existence, and to lay the basis of a solid or ganisation. In 1895 ThkSocilalist made its first declaration in favor of a straight-out Socialist Party. Few people took the announcement seriously. The class struggle had not been recognised at that time. Andrew Thomson, — the first of the Australian Socialists to clearly understand the economic basis of the Socialist movement — had at th« Domain meetings preached I the necessity for recognising the class antagonisms, and the writer had done likewise. But Socialism was in the main regarded as the advanced wing of the political radicalism, and some who are now fighting the good fight in the Socialist ranks then charged us with...

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 — 2 June 1900

I . ^ . THB . . . Problem SOLVED. IT doesn't teem ponible, but neverthe less it is positively true, (hit Millinery and Drapery are being told at COOK * CO.'8 Bea nomicCaah Drapery Warehouse, Hunter ohfi»per than oin bt oonght by the case ia York-itree*. Oar wadertwill naturally ask haw that caa M r The aniwer it in a £ew #or 1. Tk» Krn» buy direct from the tttaufiotunrs I r Ossh, and lave all tfiadleman't Praitf , and go in for making a big turn, over at tmalx price*. The Dmetmakinf Rooms at th ? Ett*bli.hme t are a marvel! Dretiet Are turned oat by the 90070 erery week in truly magnifloent ttyle at the absurdly low prioe *f 12a 6d. Th# DRESS DEPARTMENT it again omwr'ed out with all tht latert Stylet in ma^rials, and without doubt is tbe most Roonnmieal House in Newcss. tie lot Dress Sabriot of every deaoriptioa The I*rge Site of WtflTE BLANKETS at 10« 6d are giing out by the bale. Cheap at; 5- - air more. In Cares, Mil, ltnery. and Underolothiojg, this firm not be beaten either for...

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 — 2 June 1900

j If you live in Newcastle dis ?! trict, and desire to see a clean So il cialist movement organised, ar l range for a meeting in your f township, and then communicate I with Newcastle Branch Secretary | who will arrange with committee | to send speakers. This is one of | the best methods by which you !- ? can aid the movement, i O — i Woods' Great Peppermint Oure for : Coughi and Coldi nerer fails. 1« 6d,# | HARRY STKGGA and CO, j for j Dungaree Trousers (Beit Amerioan) iVoleikin Troussrs \ 'Working Shirt* and Flannels

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BRANCHES. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

- THE BRANCHES. NEWCASTLE. The Branch is gradually forging ahead, and systematic organising operations have already been com menced. True, we haren't set New castle ablaze yet, but the enthusiasm is beyond lake-warm stage — and the outlook is decidedly encouraging, so - w. r-om. ? radw have takeriheart of grace at the outlook which now presents itself, and ? arataking up thrf' work with renewed vigor. 'Nothing succeeds like suc cess, '*-in3 the success of the Socialist movement— or anyfother movemept, t lot th«'ri^a^r—dependa entirely upon I : - the fionest/, earnestness, and enthu siasm displayed by members in fur thering its - principles. Newcastle Branch met Saturdy night last to carry oat the necessary routine business. The oragiiisising committee^ reported, pro , ?. i grew, IfcFassho'wn thkt^he committee , had fixed up'mattersin connection with ? propaganda ' meetings. The report 'was adopted. ' ,'lFhe, meeting appointed 1 ' ' 1 Comrade Batho .to act as Branch Sefc retaiy, v:'p...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND RIVER REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

RI&HMOND RIVER REMARKS. (By Gamma.) Socialists are often told that what they are working and ' hoping for is all an impracticable dream, and when the objectors are asked to suggest a remedy for the ills that Socialists complain of, many of them will point to ' voluntary co-operation ' of in dividuals. Even that great earnest reformer, Kropotkine, seems- to pin his faith to that means of bringing about the in dustrial millenium, notwith standing that he himself has shown the impracticability of the scheme, under present conditions, in the following words : ' Next, there was great talk of association, but the workers soon learned that they could not get the better of capital by associating their miseries, and those who cherished this illusion most earnestly were compelled to turn to Socialism.' ? ? * Well, some lower Richmond farmers have found out that they cannot ' get the better of capital' by associating their little bit of capital, either. ? ? ? This is what has happened ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Who makes Wealth AND WHO GETS IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

Who makes Wealth AND WHO GFTS IT ? It is estimated that in Britain, with its population of thirty-six millions, there are generally about 700,000 men ont of work. There are about 800,000 paupers. Of every thousand persons who die in Merrie England over nine hundred die without leaving any property at all. About eight millions of people exist always on the border of dectitution. About twenty millions are poor. iVfore than half the national income belongs to about ten thou ? a mm. ? AL. ? a. i.L' a... a.\ ? 1 ? 1 _ ? r. a sana peupie. nuuut inirty-tnuusanu peupie own nicy* five fifty-sixths of the land and capital of the kingdom, but of thirty* six millillionsof people only i£ millions get above £3 a-week. The average income per head of the working classes is about £17 a-year, or less than is per day. 1 here are millions of our people working undt r conditions and living iu homes that are simply disgrace ful. The sum ot crime, vice, drunkenness, gambling, prostitution, idleness ignora...

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 — 2 June 1900

Workers' KLONDYKE^s 59 KUNTBR STREET WEST, IS the BEST HOUSE for New and Fecond Hand BOOTS. CLOTHING, See/ at the Lowest I oaetble Price*. yt. R. Farthing, SJ SHIPPING & FAMILY BUTCHER, 9 Z-ntcr St., Ncwcutlc. Purveyor of all Description* of Meats, Live Stock, bheep, Poultry. Vegetables. Potatoes, etc. Purveyor to Union 8.S -'o., Newcastle Steamship Co., Newcas tle and H R.B.8. Co., Chas. Warburton A Co. CYMRU AM' BYTE Globe Hotel . THORN t-TREET, NEWCASTLE, N.8.W. Ihe Best Brands of Spirit*, Wines, and I eers on hand. Good accommodation. Charges Moderate. WILLIAM EDWAlfPS, PBOfBriTOB, ? TEEM IN Ug^HOTEL, KEMP STREET, WALLSEND. A. TOONG, Proprietor. Gsod Tabl* Kept. Every - coommodation for Travellers FIB8T-CLABS STABLING FOB HORSES. 'BALL BROS.SU For Highest Quality and Lowest Prioot in Teas, Groceries, Produce, and Provisions Call and get our Cash Price Lilt snd compare oar Price* with what you are paying elsewhere. O to PIKE'S for °oot* aa* 8hoe«, \JT And pay to PIKE * Fr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

TH /?£_ AO £ /rirji Bargains in . D RA F* j£ RY is pi^Doohan^ So.'s 127 HUNTER ST., NEWCASTLE, Three Do rs from Parkin-street COFFEE PALACE * JEm4™M .35 Hunted St., Newcastle. MRS. rR. ^AS4; Proprietress. Splendid Accommodation . Excellent Table. Meals at all hours— ' SIXPENCE. P ivate Room upstairs, 9d, O-ood Beda — One ^hilling. A Trial folioited. WHEN you rrrnf ffrrr . wf Best Value in Millinery and Drapery, visit Lewis and Thomas ? 143Hnnter St., Newcastle,. ? TOM H . IN&ALL, - NEWCASTLE'S-. RELIABLE HOUSE ?or Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps. Macintoshes. Little Boys' Clothing a Specialty. 37 and 29 HUNTER STREET, NEWeHSTLB. ?i ? -4 ' ' Trade Unions^ w ' ' ' SHOULD SEND THEIR , ; ; ' . i i ? ^_JOB PRINTING , ? , ? i OBDBB9- DIRECT TO THE OFFICE OF 1 ' ' t - - ' : . I, . J GOOD THINGS, ^ FOR 1 ' THE PEOPLE! KENSINGTON BAKING POWDER. Rosebud Butter. ? AND i ; People's . Tea»« Ask for. Them of all Grocers. H oney suekle Station, Hunter Street West, Newcastle. Imperial ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

The Best Eoase — FOB— MAeiNTOSHBS OVBReOATS, and WINTER SUITS. Phillips, THB RECORD TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street. (KENWOOD _^H0QDS Are FAST COMING to tbe FRONT M BOOT -£ SHOE MAKERS Om Them a Trial, and find eut who hey tn, at 183 Hunter-street west, Newcastle. DRINK ONLY Maitland BREWERY ALB AND STOUT. \ THE ECONOMICS or THE EIGHT-HOURS DAY ONE PENNY. Potted, lid. Per dozen, 9d. Potted, 10 THE PEOPLE OFFICE THE BAILEY CHARGES. By J. W. BAILEY & B. DOBB. Price, One Shilling. THIS Book can now be obtained from the following A gee to — Noble tuid Milton, Newcastle A, Manefleld. Flattsbnrg John Lee, Junotion A, Jonet, Istmbton T. Batho, Islington W. Bailey, Merewethtr Adams and Nicholl, Adamstown Geo Hogg, Miii mi GeoWilscn, Carrngton . J. Kelly, Wiokham J. Donald, Hamilton E, Beet, Stockton E, Pickering, Charleitown and / TnPBom Office, Newcastle Wait

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

Dr. LevasMar's . . . TONIC. A powerful stimulating Nerve and Brein Tow. An_iBTj^aible tor Nerreo»AfeetifiM,Laea of Appe tite, Fnul* Fsorne*« ?f tbe Neod,Neu mJ gia, Impaired Digestion. -Jj nt, fio.Doalouteux. *ole Ipttt £4f3Lu*tr*latia— w. b. Rtaiwb^m^.s-A, ' Opposite A J 8 Bm£ Neweastls West*

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Battle Song of the Future [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

Battle Song of the Future Marching down to Armageddon, brothers bold and strong, Cheer the cheerleas way we tread on, with a soldier's sons 1 Let the armies of the old flags march in silent dread, Death and life are one to us, who fight for quick and dead. We are they who will not falter — many swords or few — Till we make thia earth the altar of a worship new ; We are those who will not take from prelate, priest, or code, A lower law than brotherhood — a higher law than good. We are those whose unpaid legions in free ranks arrayed, Massacred in many regions, never onoe was stayed ; We are those whose torn battalions, trained to bleed, not fly, Make oar agonies, a triumph— con quer, while we aie. Therefore down to Armageddon, brothers bold and strong, Cheer the glorious way we tread on, with a soldiers long 1 Let the armies of the old flags march in ailent dread, Death and life are one to na, who fight for quick and dead. Edwin Arnold.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC The A.A. Co.'s Rate. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 2 June 1900

{POLITICAL ANO ECONOMIC I The A. a. -5o.*s Rats. In above wealthy »windlicat* in paiing6i p r head (or tai'J for rata delivered at the pit furnace, and tome of the 'andlo-d crowd Ob tbe Vewoastle Vigilance Com mittte have eulegised the Co. for its nromptness in dealing with the rata. These men pretend to be j lieve that the Co. ia doing thia for I , thj public good. The PioW 1 ' doesn't. The A.A Co. and its Mr. tiivgeon recognise that if bn- ' bonis rati are discovered in tne pit it will mean— not dangar to the miners, mark yon; the don't care ? cuas about that — the c oainsr down of the - it, and the Iocs of I enormous loot, otherwise called profit*, to the sharks who own 'he Co. So they are determined to kil the rat-, not to save the miners lives, bnt to t-are their own profi s. If Mr, G.-epsm and hta Com pany were conoe*ned about tbe danger to human life, they ? oald never have allowed the reeking, germ-growing. filth hole known as the Melv lie-street swamp to remain a danger and...

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