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PLUTE CARNEGIE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 23 June 1900

PLUTE 6ARNEGIE. Andrew Carnegie, the world known Scotch-American Piute, has bestowed on the world a wai about the woe -? of a millionaire. And he has done it per medium of that shifty, unreliable, and very pliable saint, Stead. , ' What shall l do with my millions ?' Carnegie asks the patriotic, capitalistic slave-driven race of men who speak the Queen's English. What shall he do with his mil lions ? A more interesting question would be : 'How did he obtain his millions ?' How ? The People cat. answer that first, try, viz. By Robbery — by Bocial theft. Only so can the Capitalist class obtain their millions. There is no other way. But who is it that is robbed ? Against whom is the theft per petrated ? And there is no mistake about the answer : Carnegie's wealth is the result of the systematic robbery of the American working-class — the class who produced all the mil lions and were allowed to retain just sufficient to enable them to go on producing wealth, and pro creating, while this...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italian Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 23 June 1900

Italian Politics. , . THE ' Manifesto of the F.xtrema 'Sinistra (Left Wing of the Italian Parliament) to the People ' re published by our comrades Dr. Ercole and F. Sceusa for the en lightenment of the Italians resi dent in Australia and New Zea land, reveals the utter rottenness of King Hubert's government. Unwilling to grant reforms H the expense of the privileged classes, the rulers of Italy thought j to stifle the voice of the dis contented masses by depriving them of their rights of free speech, press and association. A Bill was accordingly brought up to supersede the Constitution of the kingdom, but, as the Radi cal, Republican, and Social ist parties formir.g the ? xtrum Sinistra obstructed its becoming law, the Ministry closed Parlia ment and enforced the provisions j of the bill by a Royal Edict. Forced, howevtfr. to seek a vote of indemnity from Parliament in consequence of a decision of the Supreme Court declaring uncon stitutional, and, therefore, null and void, the roya...

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 — 23 June 1900

LATEST MUSIC. I IMPUDi-N'K SCHOTI 1SCHE, 1/6 B Scarier, nud Blue Song, 1/ Transvial Mtrcn. i/ A tioluier'a Toast Bri unnia'd .-oldiern Also all r. if latest Pafrio ic Songs, .?larche! a id Se ections So.d b. ? GEO. FELTHAM & CO. I A A. Co -'a Bridge. HU\TER SI REET NEWCASTLE, B

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON AND INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 23 June 1900

I — ? I. LONDON AND INDIA. K (From the 11 Labor Leader) Ii Three cheers for the Empire and two peDce a day, ; And 'eace as proclaimed at the '-? Haeue, j. For India is governed and Tennant is f gav, i Mid* famine an profit and plague. I OX Thursday, 26th April, the { House of Commons reassembles 1 to direct the lofty destinies ot the $ wealthiest and meanest Empire I in the world. Don't you feel happier and safer? The Em ? ? pi iv scatters blessings everywhere _in .South Africa, in the huts of ! overtaxed Ireland, in the stinking t slums and crowded lunatic asy i ltuns of London, and nven on ?' Indian's ungrateful millions. ? God's Englislimen are ever at ! work. Their religion is peace, t' Their holy creed is in their ; deeds, and' the sweet .fruit of ? their ileeds. Has not Lord ; Ma vor Xewton, he of the cor rupt baronetcy, collected £2()0, i'huUo relieve the fiercest famine that lias ever desolated India. That almost gives a whole golden sovereign, nineteen or twenty : sulid shi...

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 — 23 June 1900

To the Workers of ftus» tralia. THE AUSTRALIAN' SOCIAL IST LEAGUE having decided to give every worker and honest citizen, the opportunity of VOTING FOR SOCIALISM by Contesting the SIX Senatorial Seats in the First Federal Election, ia now organising for that purpose, and in vites all wh-- believe in Socialism to communicate with the General Execu tive stating how far they will support their belief. Write to Headquarters stating what assistance you can give U8 in Distributing Literature. Providing Funds. Organising Meetings, etc. Write at once ? Chas. M. Baklow, Hon. Gen. Sec. H eadquarters — 251 Castlereagh-st. , Sydney. UNIVERS ALBROTHERH 100 WOULD TOO LICE to correspond with an English Comrade, about your tr.'iili', profession, study, or with a view to a knowledge of tin- proareus i-f Socialism, . r any other aubjeit. Send u? ? our name a l-lre.is. and trad-; an I we will introduce you to »r, nu'lifh contra i.\ i*»r Expenses send Into iiu'innal Money C der for 2s to tiie IVTEUNATI...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. A DANGER THAT THREA-TENS THE WORKERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

I THE SUGAR INDUS' I TRY. I; A DANGER THAT THREA ? TENS THE WORKERS. ? TO THE EDITOR. ? Comrade, — As ' The People ' ? - has -i considerable circulation B on the North Coast, I would be B thankful for space in its columns B to call attention of workers en B paged in the sugar ?industry to a B new danger that threatens their B. source of living. B Foi1 the last live years or so g Indian Coolies have been en B 'aired to a certain extent in con-. H nK-fion with cane growincr on H the Richmond. But their sphere R of labor has been mostly re ? stricted to 'stripping and ? chipping.' It is now the inten ? tiftii. however, of a number of ? eiinegrowers to sublet the cutting B of their cane to gangs of Indians B ilurini.' the ensuing season. In H ?ome cases tin.- ngieements are B iihvady made and signed, and H the price per ton which the ? farmers- have agreed to pay the B hlacks is about ;S per cent, less B. than they will receive from the B niillowners for the blackmail's H work. Of cours...

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 — 30 June 1900

TTlORSic- riKS. C:)f,' AR-, airrBT8 : %: JJ Also, a . up-to-date riAT, ! ?'?.$ Try ]--l GILBERT HORLBR, . , Th«s eity Hatter and Mercer, : 137 HUNTER -^TREEr. ', ; GREAT BRITAH HI TEL. Corner of SOOTT AND MARKET STREETS Newca»tle- - DANIEL McAULIFFE S (Late manager St-?Ktoi 1 -olliery) j Proprietor. BEST of Ale*. -Vhe» and Spirit* only ke^. First-flass A'-om'noditin for Visitors ?md Travellers Chir^e* MolTa'e. — B.ttle Pepi'tmeut — B»«t Bnn-ti at — Moderate Prices DURHAM HOTEL, MAII'LAND ROAD, ISLINGTON. None but the B.-st Braiil* ,;f Liquors rervel. leoommodation f.ir B -iinler'- HUGH COBB, Proprietor.

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 — 30 June 1900

THE ECONOMICS O* THE EIGHT-HOUUS DAY ONE PEVNy. Posted, lid. tVr d;»z.m. 9d. oaie I, 10 — o — THE PICOPLfi OFFICE

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 — 30 June 1900

| UK PKE1IIKR HAIKDRKSISINQ L AND SHAVING SALOON, 73 Huuter-street, Nrw. aatlr, next BorougL tlarkets — Aclean tow;\ to each eutomer Ladies' Ornamental Hairwork executed :n ttie premises We do not profess to sure Corns, Warts, or Bunions, but a disease of the Hculp carefully and buo fullj treated by us. We do not en trustour Customeivto the render mercies ?-( underpaid assistants, Kvery civilitj and attention, Four elrnire* No waiting Give us * Trial. WILL STEVEN Manager. ? A COlOHKU AKK Alougside of this aiguilles t.'iat i'OUt SUU-OEIFriON 13 OVERDUE, am should lie i'urwurrfed to the dccretu'jr, a Headquarter* 2 1 CASTLEREAUB a'L'RKET SVUNEV. ? A COb--i-KL- vlAHK Through thi* par ind'eates thai your su soript on is again due, aim sh uii . e forwarded to the office 9.- Hunter-street West, Newcastle

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 — 30 June 1900

LATEST MUSIC. IMPUDENCE SCHOTTISCHE, 1/fl net Scarlet mid Blue Sons;. 1/ Transvaal M«roh. 1/ A ffoldwr'B foist Britannia's Soldiers Also all the lateit Patriotic Songs, alarches and Selections 8old by GEO. FEL.THAM & CO. A. A.. Co-'« Bridge. HUNTER STREET. NEWCASTLE

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Veterans off the War. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

The Veterans off the War. (For The People.) Ploughing o'er the southern ocean mth I Australia for her goal I Comes a noble vessel speeding dash- I ing free where billows roll I She is bearing home our heroes, I seamed with many a 'wound and I tear ' ? I She is carting them to Sydney from I the land of death and war. I From the Modder'a horrid shamblei, I Kimberly, and Spion Kop ; I Where they gave old Kruger blazes, I they are coming on the hop. ' I From the broken spruit where Cronje I made the bullets round 'em sing I They are coming tc their loved ones— I with their noses in a sling. U Ah, how oft when night h*d fallen H and the foemen hovered nigh H Have they woke to scenes -if carnage H 'neath the dark, mysterious sky— B WoLe to dodgfi the flying ' kopje !l or K the ' veldts ' malicious thrust K — Or to see the ' kloof ' careering R| through the night like things II accurst. ||| Mid the screams of bursting 'Jam- §f| boks ' did th y flinch or color j§| pale ? Eg When the ' trek ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGE-LABOR AND CAPITAL. WHAT ARE WAGES, AND HOW ARE THEY DETERMINED? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

WAGE'LABOR AND CAPITAL. 1 » ?.;??.? WHAT ARE WAGES, AND HOW ABE THEY DETER 'MINED?-*- — *--—' It we were to ask the laborers, '' How much wages do yon get 1 ' one won Id reply, ' I get a couple of shillings a d»v f otn my em ployee ;' 'I get naif- a-cr wn,' and bo on. According to the different trades to which they be one the v would name different sums of money which they receive from j their particular employers, eilhe for working fo a certain length of time, or fo perfo ming a certain piece of wo k ; for eximple, either fur weaving an ell of cloth, or for Betting np a certain amou it of type. But in flpite of this diffe ence in their statements there is one point in which they would al 1 agree ; thei ? wages are the amount oi' money which thei- employer pays them, tither for working a, certain length of time or for a certain amonnt of work done Thus their employer buys thei wo k for money. For money they sell their .work to him. With the same suoi for which the employer has bough...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Word of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

R Word of Thanks. The Editor, The People Di-ar Comrade, — Through the co'umns of our jjres? I want to express my gratitude to the great number of comrades and friends who have shown me their sym pathy since I have been ill. Not only to those who have called on nie when in Sydney but also to those who contented themselves with enquiries knowing the risk I ran in having too many callers, and not forgetting the -distant ones who sent, me their regrets i brought the post. The volume of -enquiries I have heard of, while not at all surprising to me, has been a glad evidence that what I have done for the move ment is very fully recognised. And when oiu is on a sick bed, tlx-re is some satisfaction that his work has won him the sympathy of a large circle of -comrades. For the last year or two I have occupied a position of some little importance to the organisation ; ? bg ..ine .movement, is not going to miss one individual who is compelled to rest by the wayside. The work I was doing is bei...

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 — 30 June 1900

GIiTCANINGS. — o Depend upon it, Jbpwever bril liant you may be, the to-toise of investigation, method, and pro paratiou will always catch np and overtake the hare, which leaves everything to the inspiration and effort of the movement. — Lobd KOSKBEBT. — o — Lord' and Commons of Eng land, oonsider what a nation it is 1 whereof ye are, and whereof ye I are the governors ; a nation not ' slo? and dull, but of a quick, in genious, and piercing spirit, acute 1 1 invent, subtle and sinewy to dis course, not beneath the rtach of any point the highest that human capacity can soar to. — Milton. — o — It is the age that forms the man, not the man that forms the age. '??reat mind, do indeed react on the society which has mude them what they a -e, but they only pay with out interest what they have received. — Macauliy. — 0 — Woods' Great Peppermint Oure for Joughs and Col g never fails. Is 6d.* — 0 — ?peaking of the women clerks of 1 ondon, the Temple Magazine says that no fewer than 1B.0O3 wo...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FALL IN MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

ft FftLL IN MEN. 1i' fires the land to hastening ills a prey V.'-ijre wealth increases and men decay, ? IJOI.DSMITH. T'tS organs of capital have just ? -covered an alarming fact — or, cither, a series of facts. According to the Governmfnt Mutistician of Victoria, there are now more women in that State than men. Ihe decrease is con tinuous and it is so much so that the leading capitalist organ, the Argus, is making frantic efforts to stem the tide of emigration — which is mostly in the direction of South Africa, now that the bottom has been knocked out of the Westralian boom. The Argus says ' Protection ' is responsible for this phenomena. The capi talistic ' Freetrade ' organs in Sydney have caught the infec tion, and, whilst joyfully pro claiming the superiority of their fiscal fetich, deplore the fact that ' Labor should be driven out of the country' in this new land. It ii.si'! to be hurled at the. ..?workers'. ??wh'.»ji they had the grit ' to strike for just rights a few years a...

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 — 30 June 1900

THE ECONOMICS or the EIGHT-HOUliS DAY ONE FENNY. Poated. l^d. Per dozen, 9d. t OBted, lu — o — THE PEOPLi2.OKFT.CE International Exchanges. I'LiKA-E N TE, INIKKNATIONAL Socialist papers lire requested to forward exchange gularly to A.8.L., 25I Custk-reagh-st., Sydnoy, New South Wales. The People,' 98 tturuor-nt West Newcastle New South Wales. i

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

Key Note. — U — r-viRT ppccial hi-to-ic mode of pro1 n tion lias it? own special laws of i o.u'ation, historically valid wit Mm ;n its l;in-ts «'one. An sb sttHc Ibw of jopu'ation exints f.it pi; n'° and animals only, ar.d onh in fo far a* man ha- net intc fe ** wi'.hihim — Mitiix.

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 — 30 June 1900

SPECIAL NOTICE. Socialist*, friends, and sympathiser , residii.g in Newcaatle district, desi ous of aiding in the building up of a credit able, intellectual and solid organisation in icnneciion with the Australian /Socialist I.ea«ue are earnest y invited to place themselves in communication with the Organising Cummitlee. I he Committee have been appointed to carry on the work of propaganda and organising in connection with this sec tion of the League, and that success may be ensured in this directton, urge co-openition of every Socialist in the work uf building p on a sound econo mic foundation a movement that will make itself felt in the working-clusa politics of Australia To achieve this. ? odalists resident in distant plavss such as Wa Isend, JMinmi, West Wallsond Cockie Creek and else where, could assist in the above direc tion by undertaking the details in the arranging of meetings, advertising etc. Thore willing to do this should advise Organising Committee with reference to s...

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 — 30 June 1900

;r. p. maclgax, I Hannell ..-t, Wickham, ? N- ar A J.S Bank, H for H Good (Groceries and Good ? Value. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 30 June 1900

nf\g\v y°u'u misa IT VFvPl »im when itSSlA He-s-f-one- ^^y 4 ^1 S.cure Hie Yorkv ' Second-hund Clothing Eoucht and Sold Al.'O O d G-old »n I Silvi-r. A --pei;d it I.otof Dungaree Ove'alU YOiKY ALLSOUTS. 77-HC.N'I'ER SORBET WEST 77 Nkw. a4ii.- - Hh PEEJJIfiR HAIHDBiiSSlNOr i AND SHAVING SALOON, 73 llu ilrr-^treet, Newasrlf, next Borough Miirn-tn — Aclean towsl tn eaeh cutomer i anies' Ornamental Hairwork executed ?n tin1 premises We do not profess to curr Coma, Wurts, or Bunions, but a 'jiff ase of tlift ??ealp V-arvfully and 8uo fullj treated l-y us. We dj not en tru-tnur Customer to the ei.di'r mcrcie. of u nerpuiii .vsietanta. Every eivilit-. and attention, Four -ihuirs1 No waiting Giv.- uf k TriKi. WILL STEVEN - Manager. HARRY STMJGA an.l CO, tor Dunenrce Trousers (B.-st American) Moleskin lOUBera Working Shirts an-i Flannels Tf ICTOKI A '/' H E A T R E. Under the sole management of 'William Anderson, Bus. Manager ... .. jas Hendy Return of the universal favorites JOHN F. SHERRID...

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