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ECONOMIC TERMS AND PHRASES. EXCHANGE, CO-OPERATION, COMPETITION AND CONFLICT. EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 11 August 1900

economic terms AND PHRASES. I exchange, Co-operation, S COMPETITION AND CON § FLICT. :S ___ I EXCHANGE. I Exchange is the basis of the I capitalist system, abolish ex I change, ami capitalism is no t more. The origin of barter goes I farther. back than recorded his I tory, but for practical purposes it ? nsonmii/1 fliut if nAm_ £ ZDoV *JO OSOUUitVJ IU«W MV WUi | menced on the borders of pastoral I communities, withthesuperabun | dance of wealth. Exchange implies | individual property, buyers and I sellers each recognising that the I other has a right tc alienate his f commodity as the individual I owner and possessor of the pro i duct which he desires to | barter. ]? Frequent exchanges give need i to the rise of some handy mode % of reckoning, and hence we get ? the money form of commodity. ^ When a barter is made each I f owner compares his product with i the other, and by that means 1 reckons its exchange-value. By K frequent exchanges a stable com ? modity like corn becomes selec...

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 — 11 August 1900

Ta. B R A T E . ? Solicitor, Ac, Court Chambers, Bolton Street. ? ? Newcastle ? ? TBUST MONEYS tO leid— on Beat or Personal Security. JAMES DART, Soli.-itor, &c., Commissioner for Affidavits, Bolton-street ^owcastle. W' A. RE ID, SOLICITOR, &c. &c C -mmisBioner for Affidavits BOLTON STB EH Newcastle. mBUST MONKYS to Lend at curren I Kates. Mr. W. H. BAKER, Soli citor, eic., Commisi-ioner for the Austra an Colonies. Bjltjn-street, Newcastle ABBOTT ar.d WOOD, Solicitors, & J. ARTflUR WOOD, Notary Public. Wood's Chambers. Scott-street, Newcastle. Money ti- lend iu large or small sums. C. A. DAVIS, DYER - AND - 6LBANER 309 Hunter street WeBt, Feathers Dyed and '..urled. Glover Cleaned. Hats Cleaned or Dyed, Re pairs r-ei-t.)y ['one. Fa ed Macintoshes Dyed THE ISI'EUATIOUL SOCIALIST LUB. Lord Nt-Uon Hotel, Kent-i-trcet. Millers I'oi- t ney. All lea i .ji Europe -n ami Ameri. ran Socialist nans a d magazines are filed for Members' u?- ? ('ommittre meets eve...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humbert's Assassination and the Socialists. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 11 August 1900

Humbert's Assassination and the Socialists. Interviewed by the Daily Telegraph, as reported in another column, our comrade, F. Sceusa, has cleared Social - Democracy from any responsibility arising out of the insane murderous deed at Monza. In another interview, asked why the Italian Socialists were noF represented at the fussy meeting of Italian residents held at the Hotel Australia. Sydney, our comrade said ?' We all deplore the Monza tragedy, and all condemn murder, whether committed in the nume of liberty or against liberty. But, as it was the death of the ' King ' and not that of the man that the meeting meant to mourn, we had no alternative but to abstain from participating in it. We intend to keep aloof from any demonstra tion that the Royalist section of this Italian community may hold, because we are not disposed to help them in ttieir endeavor to make the apotheosis of a dynasty which utterly failed to give our native country what our fathers expected when they allowed the...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ANARCHY OF CAPITALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 11 August 1900

THE ANARCHY OF CAPITALISM. A Last week a perusal of the journals of Capitalism, and es pecially of their European cables, would lead one to believe that the whole world was filled with shocked indignation at the deed of the anarchist Bressi, and bowed down with grief that could not be assuaged because of the tragic death of a great and good king. One could almost have imagined universal love and al truism as predominating factors in the lives of the people who stand at the head of the various nations. ? * ? It is to be noted that the unscrupulous press hirelings who sell their brains to their capitalist masters for less than a mess of pottage, did not hesitate to avail themselves of this horror to in sidiously suggest a relationship between Socialism and Anarchy. Not courageous enough to make the declaration in plain language, they resort to the usual tactics of     the moral assassin, and throw forth in veiled print the cowardly suggestion. ? ft - Now, eve...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Trip to West Wallsend And Minmi. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 11 August 1900

A Trip to West Wallsend And Minmi. ON Saturday of last week the writer visited Minmi, and held a meeting in the main street under disadvantages that can only be appreciated by people who have attempted to speak to a scattered audience while a Salvation Army big drum was banging out its discordant music within a 30 yards range. The fact that, by an oversight, local Socialists had not been notified of our coming did not help matters much. Yet the meeting was a fairly satisfac- tory one. On Sunday afternoon I was driven across to West Wallsend,   and Homeville by our very good good friend, Mr. Fairfield; and   at the latter place we paid a visit of inspection to a batchelor resi- dence, where we feasted in in style and had a real good time. At night, Isaacs having arrived by tram and 'bus from Newcas- tle, we addressed a good crowd   in the street, and had a most en- couraging meeting, which augurs well for the reception of the So-   ...

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 — 18 August 1900

'The People' Office FOR LABOR PRINTING. TheCITY MUTUAL LIFE -FM RAlf'K K-flrTY, United. HEAD OFFICE— u UN TEIV BM'iH, amlllCASTLKIlBAGH. STREET SYDNEY. Mr. Grft. CPfiWLK -, Manager. TBXMoot Liberal and P opri-ulte I.ifo Cflilce in the Colon). A Man or Women aped 30 years enn Bsme fer £60 (wltb P'oflts) tor lerstban Klxpcncr per week, and be iu immediate Benefit on ncc ptance. Kudowmcut AB:-niODcf h' also, from Cib to £2000. For further particulars, please write orcall npor. K7 M Si \A/ T fSJ I kl I Q District Soperiuteut. VY 1YI . i* W I Pi L P bLO, TUDOB ST HAMILTON ~~~ CYMRU AM. BYTU. THOBN STREET, NEWCAS LE, N.S.W. Ihe Best Brands of Spiriti, Winee, and Peers on hand. Good accommodation. Charges Moderate. WILLIAM EDWAKDS, Phopbiktob, TERMINUS HOTEL, KEMP STREET, WALLSEND. a. YOUNG, Proprietor. Good Table Kept. Every nccommodaHon for Travellers FIBST-CLASS STABLING PfE HOSES. T^BALL BROS.SL For Highest Quality and LoweBt Pricei in Teas, Groceries, Produce, and Provisions Call and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

§5 A Sydney Lady sends her Testimony 9$ ^ for the O RE AT BENEFIT received from gft H VITAPIATIO The Oreat— fk g VII t\UI\ I lKJ Herbal Remedy, g 55 MRS. YOUNO'S WONOERPUL RECOVERY PROM QENERAL WEAKNESI. S) ^ A TRIBUTE TO VITADATIO. JB Xft Mr. S. A. PALMEK. . 3S\ )J£ Dear Sir. —The opportunity now afforded of expressing my Tjf yJ2 gratitude for (lie recovery from a recent severe illness is one which 2c -Jq it would lie selfish to keep to myself, and very wrong not to make AJ5 ¥£ it generally known to the suffering community. For some month* ±g 22 past 1 was troubled -.vith severe pains in the head, loss of appetite, Zi Qy and in consequence became reduced in body. Instead of going $) ¥rZ about my daily work cheerfully as was my wont, the least exertion ?« |c£ was a torture to me. I saw several doctors, and took endless jS 22 tonics, but all to no purpose. One day, passing your' Institute in V£ 2yS Pitt Street, I went in and purchased a small bottle of Vitadatio. cR 5?S I felt better...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

CHNVflSSER WANTED. TI /? ANTED, at once. Good Adyt. TT Canvas-er. Apply The Pbom,e Office. Newcastle West,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

' The People.' | Note. — All subscriptions are pay | able in advance. Subscribers resident I in Sydney and Buburbs should pay to | the General Secretary, A.S.L. Sew ? castle and country subscriptions should i be forwarded to the Managing Editor, : 98 Hunter-at. West, Newcastle. j Snbs received : I Sewcasilk Okpick i G.H.. Islington, Js ; A.F.G., ] Islington, Is; DAL, Lismore, |2s; E.J.B., Islinjrton, Is.; R.'L, [ Merewether, Is 3d; Mrs. G., [Minmi. 2s ; .I.C.. Wallsend, Is ; ;J.D.. Tintenbar,' ;'-3. ; W.P.M., f Dapto, Js. |. BYDNKT nFKIOE. I W.C., Is ; —.P., Is ; T.B., Is f J-G.. Is ; T.D., Is ; —.P., Is ; — . iK..3s:J.S.,lB.

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Federal Election Campaign Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

Federal Election 6am* paign Pond. t Previously acknowledged, £ ?2s. If 0'C, 2s 6d ; J.O.M., 2s 6d ; ij.H., 43 ; J.K., Broadwater, R.R,, [£1. Total £2 ils Od.

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Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

Soming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. unday — August 19— Comrade J. O. Moroney. Subject : ' Treacher ous Toleration ; Faddist and Fakir.' Sunday — August 26 — Comrade A. Thomson- Subject : ' Odds aud Ends.' ocial, Friday, August 24 — Old Masonic Hall, York-st. 1b. Public Meeting, Waterloo Branch, Wednesday, August 22. Primi tive Schoolroom Raglan-street. We want a successful meeting. Newcasle and District. To-night (Saturday) — Main-street, Minmi. — Holland and Isaacs. To-morrow (Sunday) — Lambton Park at 3. — Blakey and others. To-morrow (Sunday) — West Wallsend, at 7. — Holland Isaacs, and others. Snnday, August 26 — Dudley, 7 p.m. — Holland, Isaacs, and others. Monday, October 27 — Star Theatre, Lambton — ' The Octo roon ' by the Newcastle Dramatic Club, in aid of the funds of The People. Tuesday, August 28 — CMebeland, near Allison's Hotel, 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

R. KILGOUR , |grocer and provision merchant I 795 HUNTER ST. WEST. JWconpons -with Cash Pnrchaaes. ? P? — — 1 Australian Soctaltat I v £eacute. | Headquarters : if SVi.'VT-Y. V -.?? j/ niLiecT.-. S tVHt,lr .,-!mi*»t 'I .?- Co-o^.iu:i»f Comuiioii Ike and*'' '!?« r*'1' brodnciioi, » MKTH1|.-v ^f-Thfi lotiu^irial aiiti foiitical orfriiaipation of the SworterJ t»,- ho dine or lecture', the dtatritmtion ?f«( iitent tc. tnd 'he elect joo nf .-o€i-.list» to n.l fpablic Mie.. Mnuiniraii Council^ and r-»rlin- |° ' AlKMBkliSUIP. '-'flSopcr-oii -!i» I be eliuible Mr niL-iuinrsbiri ic t;uj branch cf i;.i? 1.6agne who if a member of S«M other political nrganioatioii. Per-oas deaic tw of joining shall b' shown ting lino, in orda ^tlKt they may i-:r-dge tbem^'lTns thereto. 5 X.f.W. GkNEBAL EXKCariVE ?f CflA?. M. EARL' W , Hon. Geu^Bec I OFFICIAL, To Branch Secretaries. ./ You are requested to keep Gen. Sec ;»otified us early at possible ? t all fixtures in conteotion with Brarobes, and also to iin...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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WAGE LABOR AND CAPITAL. AN EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

WAGE LABOR AND CAPITAL. . AN EXPOSITION. On Sunday, August 5, it t^e Islington Peceive, Comr-idea Isaacs and Holland t,dd- eased an attentire and interested audience. Batbo was chairman, and Isaacs was the Bret speaker, and ecne rally reviewed po itical matter* in K.S.W., winding up with an ap peal on behalf of The People, und an imitation t' the workers to fall into line with the oiganiBKl ^oci»l ists in tbeir g eatst nggle during the Federal elections. Holland's address took the form of an economic talk the subject being Manx's ' Waf-p-Labor and Capital ' ' He reviewed the efforts of the earlier French and Ge man Socialists, and naTated how Marx had taken up the work of research where they had Jeft off, aiid how he bad succeeded— where they bad failed —in presenting to the work ing people ol' al 1 countries a e'ear analysis of the c- nditioua under which they lived and worked, at the same time lifiing for them the finger-post of elar-s-conpciriusnaes to point the way out ot the ec...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Boer Brutality and British Humanity. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

Boer Brutality and Bru tish Humanity. The following extracts afe from ''Banjo' i-aterson'B last article from the front. Dingoes and how em will please disest them : — BOKB BBTTTALITT. In the fight outside Heidelberg a Highlander was shot through the arm, and wbb b'ecding tarribly. Some Boers came down to him, and one — a foreigner of some sort — wanted to shoot him dead there and. then ; but another stopped him, and started to bandage the Highlander'* arm. Pome of our people i-aw him f-om a distance, and thought he was robhiDg him, and opened heavy fire on him ; but he stayed by the Highlander till the bandage was done, made him comfortable, and tli^n disappeared. The Highlander told us all this wh-n he got in ; he was shot through the hit arm, and said, ' Its well il wasna ma brither — he's left handed, ye ken ' BRITISH HUMANITY. We lett Hwdel' erg with a hope of seeing a fight at the Yaal But we are now across the Vaal, and have seen no Boei a. We burnt a bouse be-onging to the Bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

WATERLOO WOilTvERS! ATTENTION1 : PUBLIC MEETING Under the Auspices of the Waterloo branch, will beheld in the Prim. Methodist Schoolroom* on Wednesday, August 22. Speakers — A THOMSON & J. O. MORONEY, ?.?ajSB ''-W} and others. ''^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

FOR Nic T'ES COLLARS. 8HIBSPS Also. a. up.to-dtte HAT, Try GILBERT HORLER, The City Hatter and Mercer, '.87 HUXTER STREET. DURHAM HOTEL., MAITLAND ROAD, ISLINGTON None but tbe Beat Bran-ia of Liquors served. Accommodation f or B larder*. HUGH eOBB, Proprietor.

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Progress of Science. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

Progress of Science. Let Science spread her wings, Triumphantly on high. And teach the toneless strings Of hearts that sink and nigh ; Let Truth's broad banner be unfurled In every land, — o'er all the world ! The gloom of Error's night Has long oppressed our race. And superstition's blight In every age we trace ; But glorious Science lifts the vail, — Tyrants may frown in spite. And mourn their warning power ; Th ;ir sun shall set in night, — Time, speed the happy hour !— Proud Science ah.tll unbounded run, Extensive as yon circling sun ! Let all their skill unite, And each sustain hia part. To speed her progress bright, In each mysterious art ; Then honor shall their labors crown, — Their buu in splendor shall go down ! —Exchange.

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FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

PROM RMERien. THE Acting-General Secretary hns received the following from our American comrade, and endorses all it says about ' the movement there. It is- un- doubtedly all that . Comrade on this side are as anxious as our American Comrades that the *' Daily People ' shall live and prosper. They have our heartiest wishes and good luck : Socialist Labor Party of the Fnited States of America, New York, July 5, 1900. Dear Comkade,— Yours of June 4, with your message of cheer to the S.L.P. of the U.S., has just been re ceived, and we are glad to have it. For years we have fought an uphill fight againBt the forces of the common foe inside and outside of our ranks and we are now beginning to ee the result of our work and reap tha fruit of our efforts, for a more clear-cut, uncompromising movement than is represented by tho S.L.P. nf America cannot be found mi rhn fupp nf thrt globe ; we know this, and we propose to keep it such. Oar numbers are not large as yet, because we have not look...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

CO. ORKD MARK Alongside .,f this si^mticw that VOUti 3CB-CRIPTION IS OVERDUE, and ihould l)e forwarded to the Secr«tii'T, ttl HeadquaU'-* 2 I CASTLEREAilU' 8TEEET SVDVE7. A CO .? ? iEU »IAKK Through fhi- par ind cates that your su° script on is again due, and should e forwarded to the office gS Hunter-street West, Newcastle

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IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 18 August 1900

IN OTHER LANDS. In Switzer.and ten seats were won in the municipal election ol Chaux de Ponds and eleven at Lo de by the Socialists. — 0 — In Denmark almost al) tbt workers are Pocialists There are eijjnt socialise uepnue* in tae Lower Hhubo and two in the Upper. — o — Socialist* will build a co-opera' tive bakery in Paris,- the profits of which will be used in spreading education among Workers. Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, is firing all union men from civic jobs, and has ordered the police magistrate to sentence all strikers to the full limit whenever they are arrested by the policemen or de tectives in th-- pay of the cirporan tions. Hnrrison was elected as old party ^'ket Are vou think ing? — 0 — The Supreme Court of Colo'cdo decided that t': light hours law is nnconstitutiona', on the good old grounds that ' it interferes with I personal liberty.' A London paper estimates the Socialist vote in Europe at nearly 3,000,000. In ...Belgium ? a new paper, the Conscrip* , has appeared i...

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