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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — For some time past I have taken a great interest in the articles on sweating contained in your weekly issue, and should like to give you my experience during the last holidays I was asked by a 'gentleman ' — one of a party who went to spend three days at the lake— to go out and wait upon them for that period, and was told I would be remunrated accordingly. 1 am a qualified steward, with four years experience ; this was known to the gentleman who.^ngaged me. All | went on very well ; they were pleased with my work. On my leaving the lake the ' gentleman ' who engaged me advised me to call for my remu neration. Well,- I called, and was handed an envelope, which I did not open until arriving home. Imagine my surprise when 1 found the magni ficent sum of three half-crowns. I looked in the envelope again to see if my eyes had deceived me, but not a cent more waB to be found. I was naturally enraged and wanted to send the lot back at once, but was advised that since ...

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

IrpRUST MONEY 1'J LEND al -L current rates, Mr. W. BAKE -, folicitor. Ac Commissioner for the Aus. iralian colonies, U.jhon r,ree- N.-w. -vst e

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

' fhe People.' Note. -AH subscriptinns are pay able in sconce. Subscribers resident in Sydneat-d suburbs should pay to the Gen*! Secretary, A.S.L. New castle al00un':ry subscriptions should be forw'-'sd to 'lie Managing Editor, 98Hurr-8t. West, Newcastle. SuF'ec ivfd : Newcastle Office. ~D,cN., West Wallsend, Is ; D.\\ West Wallsend, Is ; A.M., We! Wall send. Is ; W.S., West Waend, Is ; A.McI., West Wpend, Is ; S.C., West Wall , se- Is ; D.J., West WaJlsewI, lg W.B., West Wallsend, Is ; G'., West Wallsend, Is ; G.W., ]ymi, is ; J.S., Minmi, Is ; J. Minmi, Is ; R.P., Mirtmi, Is ; ;., sen. Minmi Is ; E. B., j r, West illsend, 4s ; D.A., West Wall j id, Is ; D.McD., Minmi, 2s : f M., Minmi, 2s ; B.P., Minmi, ; W.S., Minmi, 2s ; N.P., ; , .inmi, Is ; E.A.Y., ? Newcastle, : 5 ; J.E., Minmi, Is ; T.H., : fumulgi, Richmond River, 2s ; ; J.R., West Willsend, Is ; D.G., i «Vest Wallsend, Is : F.L., West j Wallsend, Is; J.McV., West Wallsend, Is ; A.L., West Wall wend. Is ; T.B., West Wallsen...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. The Economic Effects of The Early-Closing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

»T HEADQUARTERS. The Economic Effects of The Early*(2iosing Bill. On Sunday night last. Comrade Morrish addressed a well attended meeting at our hall, taking for his subject the economic effects of the Early Closing Bill. He divided his lecture into three parts : First, deal ing with the underlying principle of the measure ; secondly, with the ob l'ect of such legislation ; and thirdly, its economic effects upon our present social and industrial system. He re marked at the outset that the princi ple embodied in this And similar legis lation was a principle which main tained that he State has a right to enforce the ruling ideas of the state in respect to the methods in which cer tain individual units in tho State shall ! treat other individuals or sets of indi- 1 j vidual8 who way for the time being be placed in a position of subjection to. | J them. He was not concerned about ' the contention of those who denied that thft state had any right to inter fere in the wiy indicated by the...

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

The Socialist Press Us* sistance Pond. Thii Fand is inaugurated by the Aus tralian Socialist T pa ue to aid the Social ist PresB and contributions are asked from all ™ ho believe in the principles of Social ism and the ne'ecsity of Socialist. Eropa gnndn. The money will be used in placing ' The People-Colleotivist ' organ of th» Australian Soria'ist League, on a sound finm^ial basis. Co-itributionB may be pert to the Socialist Headquarter*, secretaries of branches, holders of c «ntri hution card«. rr the Newcastle office. [ It should be noted that, this Fund was opened on ^ ay 22, 1899, previous to which 1 lierp had heen received on the Socialist Press £50 Fund, at Sydney office, £25 8s. and »t Newcast'e Office 1.7 i3s 9d. lotal, L33 Ib 9 d SYDNEY OFFICE.. Previously acknowledged, £37 17s. 3d. .T.H., Is ; J.O.M., Is ; W.D., Gd ; J.K., 3s ; O.M.B., Is ; D.C., Is. Total £38 ~-s I'd. NEWCASTLE OFFICE. Previously acknowledged, £10 3s. ?

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

ISVttgrtrcdicm Jfrijcicdisrt fieague. Headquarters : VAYriKLD,' 561 CASTLBREAGH-STDKHT ? BYDNBT, N.S.W. ' OBJFCTP. - The wUbllshraent nf a Co-ow retire' Common- *WT*'th. foan'fc') on the collective ownMhip of tte acd&nd the tool# of prodoction MBTQODF. Tbe Industrial and political organisation of the workers, tbe holding of leotare*, the distribution ?of Ji*er»tnre, and the election of Socialists to all pohlic bodies. Municipal Councils, and Parlia ment. MBMBERSmP, No person shall be eligible, fnr membership ic any branch of this Leaprtie Avbo is a member of any other political organisation, Person? desir ous of joining shall be shown this rule, in order that they may pledge themselves thereto. Xf.W. GENERAL BXFCUTTVE. CHAS. M. BARL'W, Hon. Gen. See. ? ? ? __ (OFFICIAL, To Branch Secretaries. You are requested lo k-cp Gen- Sec notified n» enrJv as possible of all fixtures iri M-nre'-tion with Brnrole?. and also to euprlv report* of mont.hV meetings im . mediately after liolr...

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

TELE PLACE F0R BARGAIsrs ^ orhpbry » Gromie & Doohan's. TH K BKAL LIVE CASH DRAPER8, 127 : HUNTER : STREET, s NEWCASTLE, Three dooraftO n Perkla Stjee'. {7* IT 13 *T\ w COFFEE PALACE,! I ^ 1'% J~\ 1 -y 35 Hunter-st, Newcastle. 1 MRS. R. NASH, PROPRIETRESS. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. Excellent Tab j. Me .i« *fc A-l Hours SIXPBNCi''.. Private ftvo n? Uf-»tai s 9d. G ot ods — OS'E SHILLING, A trial Solicited. ? WHi'r'N YOU RE QUIRE mm ? REST VALUE IN MILLINERS' AND l- 'APKRY, visit LEWIS AND THOMAS, 143 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE. Did You speak ? '\/ JiS- I wae saying you can buy BREAD from BRAZILL'S at Svdney Prices — JL 2d. a Loaf, Cash,' ' It's alright too, I be ievc.' : ' vVdl. t ousjht to be, considering he is doing the Largest Ketail Business in Newcastle. You should try it. Tiiat's concluiive proof.' ' g. S. BRAZILL, Practical Baker, Islington. PIANOS. Queans. MUSIC. W. H. PALI N G AND CO., Limitbu,3 SYDUjE.r, NEWCASTLE, |BJR 1 S;B A N E. (Established 1858. Oldest and; Most R...

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

A Sample Copy of tills Paper is an invitation to ^Subscribe.

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

Newcasie and District. Islington Re^ve, -Sunday at 3.30— T. Batho- ? BRjK'H MEETING. A Meeting1^ Members will be held at Broadmea^w this -atuulay evening at 7 80- ' / ?

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPEN LETTER. TO G. C. HENDERSON, B.A.R BALLIOL COLLEGE, OXFORD, ACTING PROFESSOR OF HIS-TORY, SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 20 January 1900

I AN OPEN LETTER. To G. C. Henderson, B.A.r Balliol College, Oxford, Acting Professor of His tory, Sydney University, Sir, — Having dealt with your I ?' solution to oar social difficul i ties,' I shall now touch on a Jnestion you discreetly ignored, can conceive it possible lor a camel to pass through the eye of a needle provided the needle be large enough ; it would also be possible for a man to make a million by saving 7s 6d a week if ?only he lived long enough, but how your schemes are to solve ?our social difficulties with the unemployed in our midst I can not quite see. In the ' Wealth and Progress of N.S.W.' for 1897-8, I notice that the number of unemployed is : males, 2 1 ,895 ; females, 3,380 ; total, 25,275. This fact finally disposes of your ' solutions.' So in our small community it is actually beyond the realms of possibility for at least 25,275 workers to become millionaires. Hear what Coghlan has to say on the matter : ' At the time of the census there was an unemploy...

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

Oominq Events. Sydney and Suburbs. j Headquarter Lectures. I I Sunday — January tt — ComraHe ? J. O. Moroney on ' Tte Evolution of Ethics '* Sunday January 2/ — Mr. H. VValdoh. Sunday Feb. 4- 8-e?iftl Monthly Musi, cal I'rogr mme ECONOMIC CLASS. Saturday — Janmry27 — At Headquarters Rending ' C'-operativi? t ommon wealth.' BBANfJ MEETINGS. Central Branch— Fortniehtiy Meeting Tueedny— Ja» 23.

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

THE ORACLE. A I'. — Thanks (or interesting paw. R A.T., Adelaide — Papers forwarded as directed. R.W., New Park — Have written you, enclosing bill as desired D. W. — You should apply the ? Blister test ' to your labor member. He nvty he drad. Anvhow he runs the risk of being buried alive. Still he is ? like his constituents — s'eeny. ieoorant. and indifferent.' Socialists are alive, abreast of the times, courageous, and strong in the face of the enemy. J.W.— Yes. we recollect that on one occassion Hughes and Holman, ils.P , announ ed from the platform at Leigh House that they couli not again speak there because the platform had been occupied by Trenwith, M.P. But things are changed now, and Lyne. O'Sullivan, «nd Co , are al1 ' reformers ' Li C., Coonamble. — You* Labor mem ber would be better occupied if he tried to understnnd the Labor question instead of writing silly rhyme about an empire the worker doesn't own We have heard him say he was a Christian Social ist. notwithstanding ...

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

GOAL CONFERENCE. Yet another Conference has taken place between the miners of Newcastle and the ' owners,' and the result is far from satis factory to the workers. The only useful purpose the con ference served was to make clear certain definitions in the condi tions already imposed by the owners. With regard to the re quest for extra payment for the use of safety lamps, the owners reply was a direct refusal, as also in the case of a suggested rise in the price of coal — which would of course carry with it a rise in the hewing- rate. The miners' representatives, in the latter case, clearly showed that this rise could take place, and they were sup ported by the representative of Brown '8 collieries without effect. The People reiterates the oft repeated truth that the miners can hope for no permanent betterment of their conditions so long its the mines remain in the hands of private individuals whose only desire is to make profits. Trades unionism that is honestly intelligent will den...

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

J. H. SMITH,— 'THE ' JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN.. ' - UST IMPORTED, the very latest, arvl moat fashionable ii9aortinent of Jewellery ? ' Watches, ? locke, Electro Plate, etc- I tie Quality and Design of which ciiririot he excelled, t.ud »t Very Lowest Prices. I make anything a'-d everything in the line, on the premises. For Watch «ml Clock Repairs best in Newcastle. NEXT -DOOK MARKETS 73 H I) N T E K s T It E E T. SJp.'' tar e- from Is per pair.

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

Distribution of Wealth. In onr own country, the annual produ e of labor, from which the whole expenditure of tho people necessa ily fomes, is estimated at 1,350 millions s'erling ; and this amount is so unequal! ? divided that ? ?HE million persons among the wealthy receive more than twice as much of this income as the twenty six millions constituting the munual labor cla«s. la Ameiica, the inequality is still grea-er, the e being 4,047 families of t.he rich who own about five times a much property as 6.599, 796 fami ie* of the poo-, — De. Alfred Wam.ace : ' The Wonder ful Century.'

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

Newcastle. Successful meetings were held ta Minmi on West Wallsend on Saturday and Sunday evening respectively. Full report next week The meeting advertised for the Glebe on Tuesday evening was postponed on   account of the Jones Benefit Concert To-night the branch meets at Broad- meadow. Business important. Every member attend. The debate between Messrs Wallwork and Batho eventuated on Sunday after- noon last.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Can't Change Human Nature. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 27 January 1900

6an't Change Human ( Natare. The silliest opponents of Social ism are tbe very good Christians who come up to ns with a you can't-get-over-thia-argnment air and say : ' You'll never succeed, for you'll never be able to change human nature.' This is iich from Christian*, whose only work, in which they have already spent a score of centuries, is to try to ehange human nature— this is, by ' coming to Jesus,1' «nd ' being born again,' and ' getting a new heart,' etc. The infidels. ' You can't change human nature,' says the shallow thinker. The deuce we can't ? Well, just give me a chance and if I don't change it I'll change its manifesta tion, which is the same thine for all practical purposes of Social ism. I'm Lord of the winds and the waves snppose, and wreck at sea the ship that you are on, and I providentially get fifty or sixty of yon safely away in boats and rafts wi'h plentj of provisions and good hopes of final rescue. You are all ladies and gentlemen then, and b have decently ...

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 — 27 January 1900

MA RK'S'j CHEAP DRAPERY AND .... I Clothina Emporium Where Yon can Get Bks* Talvx for CASH, ' I Wool Blankets, from 4s lid and up to 80s I Flannels, Flannelettes, Dress Goods, Suita, I Macintoshes, Hats, Etc; I All Selling Quickly for Cash,! I 197 : HUNTER : 8TREBT : WEST 1 (Nearly opposite Carrington Bridge), | PEARSON'S' I f^|| f*n | ^ |1 infl 121 h^nteb srEEEf, I n'u' Warehouse I THE HERALD SAYS— That for all-round Furnishing there's nothing in the I Cohny to beat PEAESON'S for elegance, style, workmanship, and low prices.| jj I DON'T FOBGBT ! I TRY PEARSON'S, I AND YOU ABE SURE TO BE SATISFIED I PEARSON'S, 121 Hunter Street, Newcastle. I JC3L MS* JL^ MmU JM2* JC 7 2& I CENTENARY I Coffee Palace I 121 SCOTT STREET, NEWCASTLE- 1 n Next Woods' Chambers and opp. ailway Station. Meali 6d. Boda 6d & H GOOD THINGS, ^ I FOR I THE PEOPLE! KENSINGTON BAKING POWDER. I Rosebud Butter. AND I People's Tea. I Ask for Thorn of all Grocers. I Trade Unions^^^ I SI10ULD;SENDp?HEIR ...

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 — 27 January 1900

WHAT .NOClALl-nVl IS. The ethic* of Socialism ars identical with the ethics of Clirlitlanity.— Rnoyolopedla Britt.inlca. The abolition of that individual action on wnlub modern societies depeud, ami the substitution of \ regulated stetemof co-operatiTe action. — Impe- rial Diotlooarv. A theory of society that advocates a more pre cise, orderly, and harmonioiiB arrangement of th- social relation* of mankind -than that which has hitherto prevailed. — Webster. A science of reoons.ructtng society on auan uie.y new oasis oy sDMiitutinn tne principle of association for th.it of competition in ever : branch of human industry. — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or syttein of local organisation which would abolish entirely or in great part, the Individual effort aiid competition on which modern a cicty resta, and substitute co-operation; would Introduce a more perfect and equal distri bution of the products of labor, aod would m-Jte land and capital, ns the Instr -iraents of produo tlon, t...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ctton Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 27 January 1900

Gotton Yarn. Whirr goes the wheels, Whirring all the day ; They never stop for meals, They never ask for pay, They never want to play, Alack tor the' Better Day ' ! We their makers and slaves, Small comfort to win, Ijo wnirled to our graves Mid their devilish nin ; And our hearts are very sore, Our bodies fepl f-e nint — Flesh and blood's no more Than cheap cotton-print. Whirr goes the wheels, Whirring all the day ; They never stop for meals, But tpin, spin, spin, alway ; And this is what they say :— ?' Who sighs for a better day ? We circle the throne Of miramon the King, Bloo ', muscle and bone For tribune we bring : One system is rotten, Another' s out of ken ; The world wants cotton, And who WAHTs men ?' — S.W S. in ? Justtce '

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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