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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

NOW IS THJd TIME TO BUY. SURPRISING PALL IN PRISES. COOK& CO. Beg to not:fy their Customers an'l th» ganeral Public that, they havo mado » SPKCIAL PURCHASE .f MAN BHESTKR GO -DS, cumprisinc Toweli^ Bed Quilts, Sheetings, Calicos Blanket?, Flannels, SECURED AT A BIG DISCOUNT, much les* than ruling rat : The whole 1 arcel will le clt'.red at SPhCfAL PRICES cheaper than ever. TOWELS — WONDERFUL VALUBS CALICOS — DEFY COMPETITION,, SHEETINGS— STANDARD ilAKES. BALE PRICES. FLANNELS — REjIARKABLB VALUE. BLANKETS- nr. CHEAPEST LINB EVEE«OFl-EKED. QUH.TS CURTAINS, HOU.SEKEEPER8 f-'LEASK XOTICK. Whiqo Lace Curtains, be-iutiful de figns, 4yde long, will be cleared at 114 pair MADRAS MUSLINS. White Spot Muslin 50 inches widet suitable for curtains or hangings, will bo Cleared at 9 ya d. MADRAS MOSLINS, beautiful goods for Draping and Curtains colored 54ln wide and tusseJled in all the new»*Bt aad Intcst desig b will be cleared at Is 9d and 2b 6d yard. COUNTRY '''RD^RS FOR ANY OV THK ABO...

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 — 7 July 1900

I THE PEOPLE for PRINTING Ta. b r A y y ? Solicitor. & c. Court Chambers, Bolton Street, ? Newcastle ? ___ TEDsT MONEYS to lend — on Seal or Per»onal Pecurity, JA.WE8 DART, Solicitor, &c-, Commissioner for Affidavit', Bolton-street Newcastle. WA. Ri£ID, SOLICITOR &c. &c C mmissioner for Affidavits BOLTON STPEfrT Newcastle. fl^BUsiT MONfcYS to Lend at curren ? Bates. Mr. W. U. BAKER, Soli tit or, et^.. Commisfioner for the Austra an Color iea. Brilt n-atreoi, Newcastle f| RUST MoNEV TO Li-ND r- ART*1UR il- JAMES. Solicitor tad Commiioner for Affidavits for Aus tralasian Colonies. Bank Chambers, i7 Bolton-st, MI-- T. D. O'S ULLIVA N, Solicitor And CommiVsiooer in Vice.Ad mirahy, 17 Bolton-street. Newcastle. ABBOTT and WOOD, Solicitors, &c I \,^RmHUK W00ju, -Notary Jruohc. \\ 00fl B Chambers. Scott-street, ?Newcastle. Money to Jei.d in large or ?mail sums. ^ c. a. Davis, DYER » AND « GLSAMER 309 Hunter street West, Feathers Dyed and Curled. Glove...

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 — 7 July 1900

I; HE PEOPLE AND TEE 1 COLLECTIVISM Published every SaUrday Morning at -38 RUNTKR STREET WEST, NEWCASTLE and 251 CASTLEREAOn-ST., SYDNEY, SUBSCRIPTION. New South Wales, One Year (In advance) .. 4b. One Qnarter .. ?? Is. Single Copy ,, ?? Id; Other Colonies — Is 6d per quarter, 6s per year* England. America, and other countries, fs per year ADVERTISEMENTS, single Insertion — First inch, 2s 6d ; each subs* quent inch, Is6d. Special arrangements for staudiug contract? SYDNEY RBADEttS, NOTE All Sydney correspondence, literary and bust* neaa.mnpt be addressed lo tho Secretary, A,S.LM Mayfleld,' Custlereagh-street, Sydney. Sydney subscription*, ete., must also be paid iu to the Sydney office.

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 — 7 July 1900

bHa ?Sbdll THE CO-OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD. Capital £10,000 fully paid BRANCHES : Sydney Melbourne Adelaide Ballarat Bendigo Qeelong Parramatta and at 44 Hunter St., Newcastle The cooperative coupon COMPANY, Ltd. Give Good Va'ue for[Co-operative Coupons. You can Get Yaluable and t'eeful GoodB ABSOLUTELY - FREE in eieliiirge for Co-operative Coupon', Therefore, follow tliie GOOD ADVICE, PAY CASH. Trade where }ou see the HigD — Co-operative Coupons Given, and ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

JUNE SOCIAL. Took place on Friday last at Old Masonic Hall, York-street, Sydney, | A good attendance of members and friends. Miss Lanccy sang charmingly two songs. Misses Olivitch and Robinson gave a skirt dance among other items. Will all members with tickets settle up by Tuesday next with Comrade Drake. Next social Friday, July 27.

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 — 7 July 1900

OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. It is owing to the igno-ance of the workers of W. that God has commanded ' Thou shalt na- ' tionalize the land and capital'' that they allow the rrodern unjust, la bour system to remain As soon as God's law is into duced through Pa liament, and the labour system based on it. all tho poverty, unemplo.ed, low wages and sweating will disappear in a few months, and constant work, just wages and prosperity come to all honest men and women. It will mean that the necejsar/ work will be done bv coopera tion to provide every colonist with gool food, clothing, residence, edu cation, life ^assurance, so that all will be able to live in comlort as in tended by God This work done under God's law by an organised system, and using the] best labour-saving machinery, will mean that less than four hours daily work will be required from each colonist. Under this law, unemployed sweating, slump, poverty, will not be allowed. The colonists who will chiefly benefit by the stat...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION NOTES. NEWCASTLE EIGHT-HOUR COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

UNION NOTES. NEWCASTLE EIGHT-HOUR COMMITTEE.. The above Commit- tee met on W e d 11 e s day even ing last^ when the princi p a 1 busi n e s s transacted was a decision to tollew the example of the Sydney Com mittee, and. institute a big gamble in conjunction with the present picnic. With the new blood in the committee this year, some grounds existed for hoping that an intelligent demand would be made for a legalised Eight-hour Day ; but this new move, if carried out, will destroy every chance of anything being done in that way. Every delegate who is not a knave and declines to be classed as a fool should vote the gamble idea out of existence. A Minmi correspondent writes : ' Mr. J. W. Bailey addressed a large meeting of the Minmi miners in Wile's Hall, on Thurs day, June jJ.S, and received an excellent hearing, great interest being evinced by the miners in the details of this remarkable .case. One question dealt with, seemed of great importance,, i.e., would the Mines' Department gi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS. The usual monthly musical pro gramme was preented at ' Mayfield *' on Sunday night last to a large and appreciative audience. Comrade Moroney presided. Vocal items were pleasingly rendered by the following ladies, Mrs Donnelly, Miss Barlow, Miss Olivitch, and Mrs. Drake, whilst Mr. Jefferies, and Comrade Newbury also contributed songs. Recitations by Miss McDermott and Comrade Newbury completed the programme. ' May Day ' accompanied the aoaga in a manner that left nothing to be desired. The usual lecturette was delivered by Comrade Drake, who thiii made his first appearance as a platform speaker. Taking ' Thrift' for his subject, our comrade pointed out the absurdity of advocating thrift amongst a class of people whose average earnings are barely to buy necessaries, and he dealt with the effect that the universal practice of this virtue would have on the workers themselves, showing briefly but clearly that this kind of self denial simply ends in a decreased demand f...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROPOSED ACCIDENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

THE PROPOSED ACCIDENT FUND. I Somb of the details of the above, as explained by Mr. A. Griffith at Larabton, will be very objection able to the miners of the New castle district. The first objec tion will be that there is no p.o vision fo- tempora y accidents; the second, the small amonnt to be paid to widows and children. We are not told in the report of Mr. Griffith s speech the amount the permanently disabled man is to re ceive, but suppose it to bn 12s per week, with 8s f.-r widows, and 2s 6d for each child. Now, to provide this sum, it is proposed to collect a sum equal to about 7d a man per week, or £1 Is a year If it will take this amount of contributions to pay the above re ief, the queation may reasonably be asked what amount of contribu tions will be necessary to provide for temporary acciden's. Now let us place alongside of thise tbe figures of 'he Durham and Nor thumberland (England) Miners Relief Fund. 'We find the contri butions to be 2§d per week | i-r man for 10a 10a...

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 — 7 July 1900

WATBRLOO. This Branch held its usual fort nightly meeting on June 26th in the Methodist Schoolroom, Raglan-Btreet. Waterloo, Previous to the branch meeting an open-air propaganda meeting was held at the corner of Raglan-street and Botany-road. I he speakers were Comrades Aldus, from Newtown, and Comrode Pennington, from Centra1 Branch, and althou'-'h they spoke for about half-an-hour they failed to draw a crowd on account of the cold wes terly winds, even some of our mem bers did not turn up until it was time for us to adjourn to the schoolroom. A. B. Phoud, Eton. Sec.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.E.F. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

C.E.F. A Special Delegate meeting of the C,E.F. was held at the Trades Hall, Newcastle, on Wednesday last, Mr, W. Bower presiding The following resolutions were carried : — ' That this Board view with satisfaction the offer of the Proprietors to increase the price to 10s at the beginning of the year.' 'That the refueal to give part of the above advance at present is icgarded as unsatisfactory ' That in order to conserve the coal trade interests without recourse to a strike, the Premier be requested to intervene and meet the Colliery Proprietors to make inquiries into the whole quastion of present contracts, sales outside of contracts, of prices both for large coal, unscreened coal and small coal, with a view of securing an immedi ate advance in fie Miners' hewinn rate.' ' That the decision of this isuard be communicated to the Pro prietor, and that the Board con sider an immediate advance should be made by them on the present hewing rate ' *' That this Board app ove of the action of...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

THE BRANCHES. NEWCASTLE. Branch meeting will be held this Saturday night, at 7.30 p.m. sharp. Will every member who caB possibly manage to attend do so. '1 he Organising Committee hava ar ranged meetings as follows : Tomor row, Sunday, Lambton Park, at 3.30. Several Speakers. Islington Reserve, Sunday, July 15, 3 o'clock, Speakers, Holland and others ; Adamstown Reserve, Sunday 22nd, 3 o'clock. Short addresses by several speakers. Committee instructe'l secretary to write Headquarters re speaker for proposed meeting to be held at ^Vest Wallsend on the 29th inat. Socialists — and all those who be lieve we are on the right track and are doing the proper thing -can show appreciation and assist in the effective ness of our efforts by attending the ad vertised meetings of this branch, if they do nothing more, their very pre sence affords at least some encourage ment to those who are pushing forward the work of the movement. Let us, then, see you at our meetings. ECOXOMIC CLASS Wednesday n...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Kypocrlsy of Capitalism. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

POUTICAL AiB ECONOMIC Kypocrlsy of Capitalism. 1 The hypocrisy of capitalism was neve- betie- exemplified than by the difference in the attitude of the United tates government to wards Spain and England. Spain, with 10,009,000 people was fight ing the ''nbans and Pillipiros, al ? t gether of not less than I,2u0,(i00 people. In the spring of '98 the cry was raised in this country : ' D.iwn with Spain;' ''The strong must t ot be allowed to | crush the weak ' Liberty and ! independence for the struggling ' uban and Fillipino pat iots ; ' etc., etc. To-ilay, 1 ng'an with no le-a than 300,000,000 subjects is fighting two indepei dent repub lics with a combined populatio of less than a half million people Spain at least had fo - an excuse that nhe was trying to discipline rebellious subjects ; but lingland's war on the Boers is without th shadow of a justification ; yi-t not a word or act in this government in behalf of the struggling patriots of South Africa, — American 1.x change French...

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 — 7 July 1900

The Best House -FOE— MaeiNTOSHES OVERCOATS, and Winter suits. Phillips, THE RECORD 1 TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street BREENWOOD ? -HOODS Ate FAST COMING to t- e FRONT &8 BOOT -& SHOE MAKERS Give Them a Trial, and find out who hey are, at 183 riunter-street west, Newcastle DRINK ONLY Maitland BREWERY ALE AND STOUT. . ? J Meiimuir 151 — Hunter r-treet West— 151 FOlv CRi -OKEi.'.Y -T'd GUS W a HE. Bargains. CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Nkwcabtlk CHARLES CAIN, Late of Fern Tree Hotel, Gosford, PROPRIETOR. — 0 — Beat and Purest of Spirituous Drinks Retailed. — s — 1 HARRY STEGGA k CO. TbeoldeBt Clothing Store iu Newcastle Th- Plice ?where you get G^od Va'ue for yo ur Money. 'TEARN'S ROACH KILLER | KillB 'em in Thousands. Is Bo HARRY STEGGA k CO for Ovefcoats, Macintoshes Oilskins And unything to keep you warm durin the. cold weather.

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 — 7 July 1900

GLFANINGS. A return shows that during the past yea- 41,23*2 natives emigrated from Ireland, nea-ly fcOOO more than in the preceding year. Will the Koval permission to wear the sprig of sham oc'- make Ire and fit for an Irishman to live in? — 0 — ' In the memory of Scottish men.'* writes a correspondent to uktholds' N - wbpap re, ' .V agers fontein- the shambles of the Black Watch, — wili rank side t.yside with the mapsao e of G-lencoe A letter I have seen from Wauchop - to his wife states that fo- two hours he argued with Methuen against the p an of assault, the final issue being ' General au cho[_ e, wi I you obey o ders or de liver up your sword V ' I shall obev o ders.' And then th' brave old fiwhter went to the ileath his written w. rds state h ? knew there was no escape from, ^'xt-aordi nary letters from Highlanders are appearing in the pnpers as a result of the whole ' aac ifice,' point ng at almost open mutiny and Methuen bting shot by his men.' An ancient Latin prover:- trul...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Chaia of Protest. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

The 6haia of Protest. The purport of the hour is vast, 'I lie world wants justice ; it demands Uuitea hearts united hands, The day of charity is past. | Men have outgrown the worthless creed Which bade them deem it God's goodwill That labor sweat and starve to till And glut the purse of idle greed. | They have outgrown the poor content I That breeds oppression. Forged by i pain, Mind links to mind in one great chain Of protest and of argument. And by the hand of progress hurled This mighty chain of human thought ' In silence and in anguish wrought Encompassss the pulsing world. And he wh* will not form a link Of new conditions soon to be Ere long muBt stand aghast and see Old systems toppling down the brink. They cannot and they shall not las* — The broader impulse of the day Will gain and grow and sweep away The rank injustice of the past. More labor for the selfish few, More leisure for the hardened claas Theie things shall surely come to paBS As old conditions chaage to new. They...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Gregson's Swamp. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

Mr. Gregson's Swamp. Newcastle Council is ak ng itself more ridiculous than ever n connection with the Me vi le-*treei Swamp Forced by Holland amo tion, carried at the first plague meeting, the Council decided, i» conjunction with Hamilt n Coun cil. to call upon the A A, Co to remove the nuisance caused by the swamp within six months Mr Gregson has pui his back up over the matter, and charges the Coun cil with having caused t- e r.uiaanc. To this cowardlv attempt to evade a criminal responsibility the Coun cil- has only one reply. It decides to meet in conference the repre sentative of the wealthy Co. it had previously adjudged to be guilty of an offence against, the laws relating to human health, ano the preservation of human life. The Council may be — and, no donbt, is — guilty of the charge which Gregson levels against it in connection with its filthy d lin age business ; but that doesn't ex onerate the A. A. Co. When tn» plague scare was on, Gregson instituted a system of paying...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Job Printing Machine Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

The Job Printing Ma* chine Fund. Previously acknowledged, £26 7s 9d. Received but not acknowledged 6s 6d. S.W.L., Is ; F.H., £1 ; P.J., 2s ; J.C , 5s ; O.M., 28 ; C.W. Is ; W.B., 2s ; J.B., 2s ; C.B., Is ; A. P., 2s ; S A., 2s ; A.S., 2s ; J.J.H., 5s ; D.S., (Thirroul) 2s ; J.H., 2s. Total £29 5s 3d. Of this £10 9s 6d represents payments of pledged amounts.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crooked Work by a Sacked Crowd. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

Crooked Work by a Saeked Crowd. Newcastle Vigilance Commit tee found it necessary to dismiss from office its Executive Commit tee, the whole of whom, with one honorable exception — Mr. W. H. Stevens — had acted in the most extraordinary manner. Since their dismissal, these men I have made ever? attempt to burst up the committee — by absenting themselves from the meetings, bv refusing to submit any account of their doings, and by declining to render to the committee an account of moneys received and expended. No language is too strong to apply to the tactics of these persons . Knowing that they could not legally hold a meeting they de liberately sent out notices — ille- ga'ly using the committee s post cards for the purpose — to the effect that a meeting would beheld, over Dr. Harris's surgery (! ! !), at 3 p.m. on Tuesday last. Ihe report of that meeting which appeared in the daily press, did not contain the names of the people present. It is recorded that the whole doings of the Vi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Agitation Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 July 1900

General Agitation Fund. This Fund has been opened by he General Executive cf the A.S.L. for the purpose of creating a Fund to be disbursed in the publication and dis tribution of literature. All contribu tions to be sent to Headquarters, 251 Castlereagh-street, to secretaries of branches, or to Newcastle Office. Previously acknowledged, £2 lis.

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