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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 27 January 1900

— u — We noticed in the paper the other day lhat. the largest hat evei ma'ie in Eng land was shipped to Newcastle, N.S W, That may be correct, but it is certain that HAKRY STEGGA & CO. keep the Large.-t and Bert Assorted Stock of Hati in Newcaetl J. P. MACLEAN, HA.VXELL ST., WICKHHM, .\«AR A.J.S Bi.VK, FOR Good Groceries &Good Value

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

The Australian Soldier. ? Across the seas Co distant lands, Exultantly he'll roam, 'To slay his brother men abroad To please his foes at home. — 'Bulletin.' The speech of Murray, M.P., delivered in the Victorian As sembly on the capitalists' war in the Transvaal, was a magnificent* effort which made the jingoes wince and writhe every time. — o — ' Embezzle much and you'll suffer little' is the moral of the Colquhon (Glasgow) scandal,' says the Labor Leader. '? Glass feeling hampers justice.' It does more than that. It controls and directs the whole of the judicial system. — 0 — At some of the Newcastle col lieries the various managements are intimidating the men into paying weekly into the1' Patriotic' Fund in connection with the capitalists' war. _ o — Two fresh resignations have taken place from the staff of Lon don Daily Chronicle, making five ! in all, including that of editor Massingham. ? n— 1 Speaking of the* parsons who ! support the capitalists' war, Vic. I / oscin adds : —...

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

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

THE BRANCHES. Newcastle. The branch met at Broadmeadow on Saturday evening last and transacted formal business. Resolved that Harris, Askew and Holland act as a propaganda committee pro tem, and ar range meetings to be addressed by visiting Sydney comnulas at end of this week. On Friday evening of last week at West Maitland, H. E. Holland ad dressed n good meeting on ' Men who Vote.' Comrade ? roctor was in the chuir. 4ieport of this meeting, us well a» of those at West Wtillsend and Minnii, is crowded out through pres sure on our space. Next Saturday evening, Feb. 3, the branch will meet at Brondtiieadow to elect officers for the ensuing half year. A full attendance is requested.

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

HARRY STEGGA k CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STORES in the NORTHERN DISTRICT. SL. HOLT, AdTcrti^mg anil BUl-Po3tin(C ? Ooutractor. lUndbilii' Distributed. Signs Uuiled up. All work at Reannoabls Rates. 43 aunter-Htreet, Newcastle.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 27 January 1900

That Send-off. I The display of last week when I the second c. ntingent lefi Sydney, |^ was ju»t worthy the cause they go % 'to fight for. By the time they I were half way to embarking point I they we-e mostly a drunken rab I be. While some taunted the po I lice that they con id no longer ar il rest the gullant w rrWs; others E of them spent their time hugging || and lieing hugged by women, 8--rne If of whom, if n't prostitntfs, acted K like them- It was ho-rit'ly piti E abln to see many * oun.,' women or B ilinari y modest find sweet, sub P mitting to tho caresses of a number i of drunken blBck-,'uard«. F irtu p nately for the honor of Australian R women, even whil- tho r'oer blood K lust was on then, they resented j| the inru ts most emphatically. § Vo doub: there were manv wivep, i m'thers and sweethearts among g the demonstrative ones, but there I were seme otbers of a very differ a ent son , and the pity of it i* lhat 1 in thei behaviour of that dav I there was little to distin...

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

First Garden Party. In spite of most unfavorable weather conditions and of inexperience in or ganising out-door gatherings, the A. S.L. garden party of Saturday last must be written down an emphatic success. Sir Joseph Banks Grounds hive in the past held many large numbers. In the boom times of pedestrianiem thousands have gathered there to gam ble on men who could a do ' hundred under even,' and who' often wore loaded shoes and other such moral de vices to prevent them doing it when their law-abiding capitalistic 'backer' informed them they were to run stiff. The now neglected but still pretty grounds held a different gathering on this occasion — a gathering that must have a purifying effect on its traditions. To get to the grounds there is a seven- miles tram ride, about four miles through a typical working-class district — Waterloo, Alexandria, and Botany. ''he Socialist could gaze with feelings of shame at the hovels and the surroundings that the wealth producers call their home...

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

''THE' POSITION IN AMERI6H. (From the New York 'People.') The electoral campaign is not educational merely. It has n concrete, immediate, practical end in view. In agitating fop the election of its candidotps, the Socialist Labor Party does not' rjlav a farce It recognises tho possibility of electing these. It recognises mor2 : it recognises the great boon to the country of the capture of the public powers by the Party at the ballot box. Such a consummation would mean the peaceful solution , of the social problem, at least the ! reduction of violence to a mini mum. But the f*.L.P. is no visionary. The Party realises that, to put. it mildly, the chances are even against a peaceful revo lution, seeing the enormous extent to wbioh the 8.L P. vote is row, even at. this early stage, either in timidated away from or counted out of the ballot box. All the forces of capital in the laud are converging towards a 'coup d'etat' When capitalism start*, it Btarta as the moat pro gressively - revo...

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

R Press'inade War. L Now that the British people 1 are beginning to see that this war I is something morn than the miii : tary promenade th ough the Trans ; vaal which they were told it ' would be, they may be willing to I give a more thoughtful hearing to the story of how they have been deceived, and to tho true history MS of how the war was made, That Hi history is uiven by Mr. J. A. Hob |!| bob in the Speaker The war, aB W we have maintained all along, mi stands revealed as a i'r ss male Wi, war. When Cecil Rhodes failed M. 't.o achieve his pnrpofe by the || Jameson Haid, he set to work bv ||5 what he called ' Constitutional' f?|! means He simply bcughfc up the |$; South African Press, Along with |H' the late Ba-nry Barnato and Eck || stein, he was already propieto ? of jjg!. the Cape Argus he Argus Com ||: panynow owns, in addition, the M Johannesburg Star, the Buluwayo ||, Chronicle, the Shodesian Herald, mt the African Review, the Cape 0 Times, and the Diamond Fields B Adverti...

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

AT HEADQUARTERS. Evolution and Ethics. Comrade J. O. Moroney discoursed on this interesting topic on Sunday last. The writer only arrived in time to hear warm ecomiums being passed on his efforts, and as he refuses to write aresumehimself, theevening'sin struction on this occasion is limited to those who attended. Tomorrow Mr. W. H. Waldon holds the platform and will discourse on ?' Wealth and Capital,' a subject on which Socialists should have a particu larly clear understanding.

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

The Factory Infant's Prayer. Gentle Jesus, meek and mild. Gaze down on the factory child, Attending loom most all the day I 'spec's it's waste o'time to play, I leave my bed for weaver's stool, Then leave my work to go to school, But nuffink won't keep in my head ?Cos I'm thinking of the weaving shed. Gentle Jesus, tell me why They work «uch little girls as I; Would the folks all naked be If it wer'n't for little kids like me. Our master says it is a crime To stay at school mor'n half the time, We can't believe all what he say, ?Cob his kidn go to school all day. Gentle Jesas, tell|me why Your great disciples rave and cry About the poor Armenian's state, Yet silently condone our fate. 01 coarse,. dear Jeeus. you're aware That their temples bright and fair Are endowed with golden spoil, Wrung from our ungodly toil. Gentle Jews, ' Lord how long ' Are us wee mights to suffer wrong ? When will shame thrust forth her sting, Awaken men to this mean thing ? GeBtle Jesus, meek and mild, Pit...

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

ACOLOHEU itiKK. Th-ousrh tlii- par ind cafe* ri'.-ir your su script on is again due, and shoul'i *? forwarded to the office ?9* Hunter-street West. Newcastle A CO 1 OREL) T'RK ~ Alongside of this s.unifics fwtYOUH SCb-CRIPTION IS OVERDUE, anri ehould.be forwarded, to the Secret* v, ai Headquarters— 2 -J CASTLEREAGU STREET SyDNEY. ?

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

TOENGLRND. Almighty England, by the iofty grace Of lofty deeds for which we blesj thy name. By all our pride in thee of years and days, Suffer no child of thine to feel thy shame. For. in our ears the moment, rings at last A withering meBSsge over Ian I and sea ; '? England, the vaunted justice, of the past. I Has slaves at home she hesitate! to 1 free ' I Where did thy daring dreama for free- ' dom die ? Whence this benumbing fear to face the foe? Thy people look to thee for liberty. But liberty to starve is all they know. Under the cover of a fair disguise, The fiend of hunger hangs about thy streets, He steals the loveliness from little eyes, And grips the soul of everyone he meets, England, what boots it, though thy shores be wide, Though half the world should bow to thy decrees, If, while thy bosom swelli with lawful pride, One little child is starving at thy knees ? What is thine intellect, thy learning worth ? What are those books by which we set such store, When from the cur...

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

JOTTINGS. [From the Sanctum.] Paddled Patriots. The Harbors and Rivers em ployees — or rather a section of them — have decided to contribute lid, in the £ on their monthly earn ings per month to the capitalistic ' patriotic ' fund. There is a rumor afloat that an attempt will be made to make the contribution to tins fund compulsory. It will remain with the more intelligent section of the dredge hands to say whether they will submit to that kind of thing. Meanwhile, 'iow -many — :if any — of the H. & R. employees con tributed to the strike funds when the big Maritime fight was made and lost — when labor was en gaged in a stem class war with its oppressors ? Who will answer ? Then the workers were fighting for themselves. ' Then, it is whispered, very little, if anything, was contributed by this body of workers. Now. that the capitalists are sending working-class men to shoot other working-class men in South Africa, the Harbors and Rivers — or rather a section of them — come u...

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

TOM H. INGALL, I NEWCASTLE'S RELIABLE HOUSE For Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps, Macintoshes ^_ Little Boys' Clothing a Speciality. ? 27 and 29 HUNTER STREET, KEWCflSTLE. G. Froome a Co. TJfTISH TO EEMIND THE PUBLIC that we are constantly opening up In our VwiedJLines. Our Prices are BEDKOCK. And, above all, don't forget We stick to the Early-closing Movement. KELSON STBEF.T, PLATTSBUBG, and Hunter-street West, Newcastle. Bickford's ~ SAFETY FUSE ? - Specially. Manufactured for tbe Newcastle Collieries1 . Ask your Storekeeper for a sample coil. ▲gent for Newcastle and District. ^sj^^ps] ^ jJli^^LsLA -^sML -iE3kW^HZws)k.^HiBril.^s^^MSB JM*. eitgkeiteeir, Coppersmith, Brass Founder, House & Ship Plumber, &c 93 KINO STREET, NEWCASTLE (Next Ireland's Bond). Marine Work a 'Speciality, Estimates Given Good Workmanship guaranteed at Moderate Prices. WHAT PEOPLE SAY ? AFTER ALL, CHARLESTON'S PHOTOGRAPHS Are the Best. Twelve Enamelled Cabinet and a beautiful iox 12 Opal ...

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

POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Civilisation. What sort if a civilisation and industrial system is it that never briige peace ? Either w-* are suffering stagnation, with all the crooks, criminal*, thieves and murderers terrorising us, while starvation and the army of the un employed frighten us with the night-mare, or we have ' pros - pe ity ' and '? trade picking up,' with everybody going on strike, and police and military every where trying to fraternalise capi tal and labor with club and bayonet. Capitalism is an utter failure everywhere and at all times to give us peace. Its ' good trade ' is only one whit less evil thtn its ' bad t-ade.' fSurely, the world will some day get very ti -ed of the whole blind stagtrery system that does nothing but blunder and stumble aumg, scattering disorder and misery aud ruin at every step, year in, year oat, fcr ever. Fiscal Mania. ?? High Tariff Laborists ' might learn something from the follow ing :— ' An amalgamation of English, Scotch and America thr...

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

EARLY-eLOSING. Wanted— Organisation. The workings of this Act are such as might be expected from the peculiar circumstances under which it was given birth. ? ? * The shop employees were for .years desirous of some mitigation fi{ their lot, but had never de veloped sufficient cohesion to be considered seriously, and we find that they at last gained some amelioration of conditions by an accidental, combination of circum stances for which they are not at all responsible. * ? ? The present Parliament of New South Wales had lived over two years of its life without one serious attempt :o pass legislation in the interests of the working class, although one of the parties therein was styled the ?' Labor party.' Th is party, after some years of subserviency to Reid, discovered that he was so absolutely discredited that to save their own existence they, must needs leave him. Aided by his somersaults over Federation, which drew upon him the wrath of the mouthpiece of capitalism that had given ...

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

Under the personal supervision of T W. GRAY, late of Jas. Welsh. GRAY, JOHNSON, & GO Family Grocers ft Produce Merchants, Korough Markets, Newcastle, All Goods of Best Quality at Lowest Rates. A Trial Order solicited. Government Advertisement. Department of Public Worke, Sjdgey. 19th January, lgOO. BulIoOT Island Bridge Road Newcastle to earrlntgon ON and after Monday. 29th January. 1900. tbe above bridge will,' peon ing reconetructian, be closed to all traffic. R BT. HICKSON. Under Seere'ary ttnd 6f 27. Commi-dione' f-.ir Koa'is. grown Land Sal*. \ Tthe andoffiee. NEWCASTLE, on /A Wednesday. 7th Feoruary, ut 'noon the to lowing wi 1 be --ftered at auction, viz :— Portions 390, 2208. 1-171 Co. Northumberland, Pli. Newcastle, from about 3 to 4.V miles west of the City of Newcastle, Areas: — Ird. 8i-erB., 32pers and 3tiprre., respectively. Upjet priceB : — jf35, £M, atio £30, respectively, further particulars cm be obtained from the laud Agent, or Gazette No. Ji-13 of 2'-lh No...

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 SOCIALISM IS. THE ethics of Socialism are identical with the ethics of Christianity.— Encyclopedia Brimnlca Th« abolition of that Individual action on wniub modern societies depend, anil the substitution of » reiulated svstam of cooperative action.— Impe- rial Dictionary. A theory of society that advocates a more pre cise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of th- (oclal relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed.— Webster. A. sclencs ot noons .ruoting society on ad an tire y new bails by substituting the principle ol association for that of competition in erer ? tmnch of human Industry. — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or lyttan of local organintiou which would abolish sntirely or in great part, the individual efToct and competition on which modern s doty rests, and substitute oooperatioii: would Introduoe a more perfect and equal distri bution of the produots of laoor, anrt would m kf land and capital, as the iustr intents of produc tion, the joint posse...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trenwith. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 27 January 1900

Trenwith. Climb up a little higher, Judas — To the topmost bough. That's thv ambition, We 1! help thee up, go you mav fall the farther. See dangling — as there th'ouzh all the ages. The rops. The rope's not thy ambition, It is thy destiny— thoa Judas ! Tocsin. ' We Srcialists are n t Ro fo'tne'8 ; we are U evolutionists. We Socialists do not propose to change *orms. We want to change the i aside of the mechanism of society, let the form take care of itsetf We see in England a crowned monarch ; we see in Ger many a sceptered emperor we see in America an uncrowned presi dent, and we fail to see any es sential difference between Ger maa;c, England, and America.' — o — Capitalistic patriotism is a queer thing. Faulty saddles, faulty spurs, faulty stirrups, faulty bayonets, and bad flour is the method employed to re ward the fools who go to fight for the Capitalist Thief. One Hassall, at present Minis ter for Lands, late 'warwhooped' at Dapto. And, strange to say, he is still in Australi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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