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SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

SAI/MAG-UNDI. We verge on impending revolu ? tion. Old issues are deud i'be I people are aria.ing themselves on j all sides for a |-o teatous coii est. | It is t he great error of reformers ? and phiianthiopists of our tim- to nibble at the consequences of un just power instead of redressing the injustice itBe f. — John ,-,iiart Mill. ? 1 On one side Capita!, formidably entrenched in privilege, adjustiug talue to its own Ntandara. The other jL.abor, asking employment — means or Life. ' A social s B em * hieh olfers to tender, virtuo h womm the alternative between prostitution and suicide, to 83ca^e oeggary, is organised crima ?' What becomes uf riglitB f ir those who bay- no power t-- exeicise thein when t ey get them ?'' — Mozzini — 0 — '1 veiy timu the clock' st ikes ic tolls the death knell of at least 500 victims of -tat vaUun in India. Signals liave been seu'. by *vire lefcs telegraphy through a fuite of Seven ro'ms, the ' doois of «hich wi re all clo-ed Injustice always c mes ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROTHER JONATHAN AND UNCLE SAM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

BROTHER JONATHAN AND (JN&LE SAM. (From the ? ' Weakly People,' New York). Brother .Jonathan : I had just been thinking that I had the hang of Socialism at last, when yesterday the tliread seemed to slip out of my head again, and now I find myself all out at sea once more. Uncle Sain: What happened to you yesterday ? B.J;: I heard a Socialist, de liver an address. U.S.: And that did it ? B. J. : Yes. I h ad come to be-.l lieve that the capitalist system was a curse.-. U S. : So it is. 15. J.: And that, being a' curse. Socialism proposes to wipe it oui. '['. 8. : Correct again. . IB. .J. : Bur that Socialist speaker yesterday U. S. : Did he propose to keep up the capitalist system ?% 13. J. : No: that's just -the rub. He wanted vo wipe it out, not withstanding rhat from his talk it appeared that he thought capi talism had done and was doing a great work. U. S. : So it has and is. B. J. (clean out of patience) : And you would wipe out a thin:.' that's doing good V , v.. U'S. : ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METROPOLITAN ORGANISING CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

METROPOLITAN ORGANI SING CORPS. Met on Friday, August 17,' at Head* quarters, Marx Hall. The following arrangements were made for the Domain meetings - To take papers from ha'l, Co ? rades Bus feldt UcDermott and Smith. Speakers Comrades eill and Drake. ? : j ? U1„ 1. the best method of pushing the sale of ? The People.' Accounts for printing were passed for payment. Members of tbe organisation should attend the meetings oi the Corps, Next meeting. Friday, August 31

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

IN OTHER LANDS Leave r.» institute proceeding for c imii al libel has been granted to John M'3uinness, a Dublin merchant t&ilo-', ag iinst the editir an manager of ihe Dublin Social ist sheet, the Workers' Republic which, in a ecent uu. iiber, alleged that U'Guinness was ' turning an knnnjf ,M-' ' V\ klnnl. l/,n..tn» . I. n HUUD^l pruujr UJf U I rtUIV 1 Cgfc^lUg tllC Dublin taiiorp, who hid jeen locked out. — o — Keutet reports six million souls still receiving aid in India, and no dec ine in tne du 'libera of the fam ine-st ickeu India is ou:s. The Belgian 1 nb.ir P&-t held a ureat meeting in the Maison du I'euple at tirusfels recently to inau.ru ate the new campaign fo.- universal snflf age An-eele occupied the chai , and among tho*e present were' Vandervolde, Fuanemnnt, B. r and, Del^iorte, Cavrot, and Iieku, whihj the lu ge hali wa* crowded. Anseole said ' th« Socialist group returned to j ±-ar iament with inc ea-i'-d numiiers land haifihien'd tjn^huaiauai : the ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE ABOUT THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

I JOREAB0DT THRIFTV Frank Drake's article on Thrift pleased me immensely. I am in no mood for unkindly criticism* but it set me thinking: Frank dwells mainly upon ab stract considerations, arithmeti cal averaces, and all that- kind of | thing. These considerations; are 1 of undoubted valu^, but I be f thought me that a great,- many f people are obstinately irrational. [ as George Eliot puts it, and can I not readily accept the quantitive ; view of the worker's position ; I that some lind it difficult to understand abstract- figuring. [ even when they see it in print. [ I mean that although by a mental effort they might succeed [, in mastering the figures, in the ? same way as they would master' 5 a sum in simple addition, they I would not value their true signi ficance. Reading the prelude to i Gffithe's ' Faust ' a few minutes ago, I was struck with Mr. j Merryman's advice to the poet. | [ » Write fact and gaily,' said the humorous fellow. ! Give, in your piny, the life we witness ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

GENERAL EXECUTIVE. The General Executiye met at Marx Hall on August 18 * Present — Comrades A. . Proud (chair), F. H, Drake, J, J- Morrish, J, Neill, S C. Clark, D. Aldus, and Acting* General Secretary, J. O. Mor ney. Cor espondence received from New castle Organising Committee : - 'ororade Gillies, Richmond River, re preparing for Federal Campaign. Acting -Secretary reported having re ceived replies to the greetings to the S cialist Labor Party of America, also asking for an estimate as to 001 1 of badge as worn by the Party. Comrade J. J. Morrish bavins ten- 1 dered his resignation previously, asked to be allowed to withdraw it, as he stated he would be able to attend in the future, was accepted. Resolved that the Financial State ment as presented by the aotingsecre tar- , be received.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
King Humbert's Marder. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

King Humbert's Murder. TO THE KBITOK. Sib,— In certain circles of Italians in Sydney — friends and -x-mradee — ? rumor ban been circu lated to the effect that I aim in agreement with the monarchist section of the Italian community here in regard to the murder of the -King of Italy. As this umor is likely to prejndice the portion of the party I be ong.to, may I be Allowed to occupy souie of your va'nable space in giving a trans'a tion of a letter which is probably the cause of the circa I ation of the canard of my alleged monarchitl sympathy, 't is as folows : ?' To the chairman ol the meeting of Italian* of Sydney held at the Hote Mctropole : Sir, — Engaged professionally to night, I send by 1 etter my adhe sion to the reselntion that the meeting is going to pass deolor ing the mu-der of Humbert of Savoy. In the meantime I ex press the wish that the causes which produce the enormous num ber of c iminals in Ita'y, viz., moral and material pove-ty, may gradually disappear. I hope that...

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 — 25 August 1900

TA . B R A Y E . ? Solioitor, Ac. . i ? { ?? Court Chairihen, Bolton Street, ? . ??etrca6tle ? TBUST MONKYS to lend— on Beal or Personal Security. JA vtES DART, Soli itor, &o-, Comminioner for j Affidavits, Bolton-street ^ p wcaatle. A RICH), SOLICITOK &e. Ac C mmipeioner for Afidavitf BOLT NST'-Er i Newcuatle. mRUST MONi YS to Lerd at eurreD I Bates. Mr. W. H. BAKER. Soli titer, e'r.. CommiBtioner for the Austra an Coloi iee. Bolt n-alree', Newcastle ABBuTT a. d WOOD, Solieitore, & J ARTHUR WOOD, Noiarr ? Public. Wuod'B Chambers Seott-8ireet, Newcajtle. Monty 1 1 le. ii iu large or amull sums C. A. DAVIS, DYER * AND « ei/E»NER 309 Hunter street Wett, Feu'herg Dje;i and - urled. Gloves ' Cleanci. Hats Cleaned or P-ed. He pairs Neatly iJotie, Fa ed Maciiitoeheii Dyed ? ? THE IV I1 E R f A T I O V A L ?SOCIALIST LUB. Lord Nelion i'Ho'el, Kent — tree'. Millers Point; !»Tii. ?pey. All leading Europe m and Ameri ,oan Socialist orgnns a d magazines are jelled for M...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Open Letter to the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

An Open Letter to the Unemployed. Surplus Toilers, — '-ecentty I was a listener at your meeting at the Queen s Stature, Sydney. Not because I was without a master ; for I happen to be en joying (?) Adam's Curse at nre_ sent. I was there by accident ; but fo-; that I am not sorry, for it was verv interesting. One of your speakers said HI was Irish, and liked a fight. He related how, some time ago he left his family and tramped to Sydney — about 1 00 miles distant. On the road he . was wet, cold, and miserable, and hungry. He saw a hotel and went in. Having a swag, the landlord asked him gruffly, ' What d'yer w»nt ?' Ho replied, '? I want something to eat, quick and lively, or else I'll do more damage in five minutes than ' you'll pot riitht in a month.' Exit Boniface ; returning quickly with a parcel of food, eiclaitning, ' lake it and go ; you've got a rat.' But yoar speaker had got what he wanted, and, as he rightly said, because Boniface could see he was determined. You were asked...

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 — 25 August 1900

IMPORTANT. » ''-RVTs nn1 Suhi';ribers. ot.?. i *'V r«-iu«»ted [? ' mike tu«'f M.cnthly ur'qiurnjrlj r«'miuan..o 'I'iib People promptly ' h-#r.- is n- banking acouint be!iim! this papsr tnJ whe-i we are cal'ed upon to wait f r --i-ir 'if ney for an iudeflnite pedod, ii i-e- comes a serious lp.aiier, aft'ec1 oii- t o -i »ery great- extent, ihe pr-jrtu ( thu ; paper A ii'tle t hosiuht fu 5 ri;*s- i»n -ie par-t oi t i& customer.; wrml male the tusk of producing Tiik L'eoim.k a much it»hier one l.hui al preieiu il HOLI.'-^l.t Manasmjf flililo-. ' CO' OR I'll) A 11 K - ? '..iisidc- ot tliif !-:-_'iiiiiei- t.rint VOUB 'li URIF'TIOX 18 OVKRDUK, find ?» ti hi lie lo'-Mioiiod tii I hi- -M-iM-cucv, at If. I.nm ?(,-». 2 1 ;:ASTI.KltHA«U* STHKJ7r SYDNEY. . CO'. 1 ?' K 1 - siAK.lv Tli-ougli t.hi ? pai ind cates that yon- sn script on is .it' mi due, and Sll 111 i- f .|-'.Vlti . l t. ' i Ue oil.''-, 1,-r.iuf. ?!? ? ? ? .V - ? w.!it»»- ..

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 — 25 August 1900

Samples Free. The great nnmber of Aus tralasian, English and American Newspapers, Magazines, etc., that are now being published have made it very hard for the readers to decide jnst what one thev wish to 'anhacrihn for. Australasian Society for Social Ethics' Agency of Summer Hill, Sydney, has compiled a list of 50 newspapers that they offer to Bend a sample copy of each to any address upon receipt of One Shilling to pay for mailing. They do this so that you may see and read a copy of each paper before subscribing. If you decide to subscribe to any of their papers to the amount of 8s. they offer to allow you to deduct the One Shilling sent from the sub scription. Send One Shilling to Th9 Australian Society for Social Ethics (W. E. Gundry, Honorary Secretary), ' Barnice,' corner of Gower and Sloane Streets, Summer Hill, Sydney, and .you will receive 50 papers.* IN THE PRESS AND TO BE PUBLISHED SHORTLY A PAGE PROM THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE CITIZENS' Life -2o. ORDER EARLY. Under 50 cop...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Letter from Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

A Letter fropi Broken Hill. Some time ago, the Managing Editor of The People received a communication from Mr, John Pate son, of Broken Hill, re questing that an advertisement (which now apoears in another column of this issue) be inserted in T irv Pvnw.v Wa immA^iafalD wrote Mr. Paterson, suggesting that, if he really wanted to get on the right track to organise for Socialism, he should communicate with the A,3,L. Gene al Execu tive with a view to forming a Branch at the Barrier. Mr. Paterson's reply is given belnw, and will be specially dealt 'with next week: — TO TH* EDITOR. Dear Sir and Comrade.— I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of 6th inst., asking me to endeavonr to organise a branch of the A.H.L , instead of attempting to form a society to establish prac tical Socialism in Australia. By the rnle of the A.^.L. which ap pears in The People, I am de barred from membership as I be long to other political organisa tions. And, moreover, I see no advantage in being directl...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECONOMIC TERMS AND PHRASES. MARX'S CRITICISM OF CAPITALIST PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

ECONOMIC TERMS AND PHRASES. ? ♦ ? MARX'S CRITICISM OF CAPI TALIST PRODUCTION. MARX'S early training was very favorable to the study of economics. He had a very superior education, as well as the advantage of moving in an intel lectual circle where every topic nruo lnvmcrht frv fho hnr nf rPftftAtt and severely tested. In early life he mixed with the Hegelians, who at that time represented the forward movement in social questionsand intellectual thought. Political economy was always a favorite subject with Marx, and when the labor upheavals prior to and including 1848 in Ger many and on the Continent generally enlisted his sympathies he soon found that the bourgeois economists were drawn upon to liead back the forward move ment. He, therefore, determined* at the first opportunity to give his serious attention to the sub ject of economics with the ob ject of exposing the fallacies of the so-called great classic author ities. Marx applied what is known as the historical method to the 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 — 25 August 1900

CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S - ROACH KILLER. Is Bex. HARRY STHGGA and CO, for Dungaree Trousers (Best American) Moleskin trousers Working Shirts and Flannels

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

LEAGUE NOTES. Has every member got a collecting card for the Campaign } Harry up, comrade You can get one from the Branch Secretary. — -O— Friends who would like to suoscribe can do ao by forwarding to the General Secretary. Everybody ean do something. When you join the League it ia supposed you understand its princi ples, objects, and tactics. Therefore, it demands that you share in the work. All can't talk or write articles, but there are plenty of other ways of helping. All Sydney members should attend every meeting and especially take an active part in the work of the Metro politan Organising Corps. This Organising Committee has undertaken several important details, notably all surplus copies of The People are posted every week throughout New South Wales- Now, we want plenty of workers for this business, as soon as the Campaign starts. We want every elector in this province to receive a copy of our paper— a big order. But there is no ?easonwhy it should not be carried out. Will ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIEBKNECKT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 25 August 1900

L.1BBKNB6KT. ' iebknecht, though dead, thou liv'st and speak'st siill. Thy burning words, thy loftv thoughts still live, lixinrr etill drill vnvlr fn foalica Thy noble aim, the record of thy deeds, Thy sufferings in the cause of Right shall wake To emulation every generous soul, Until the reign of legal Wrong shal cease, And Justice be enthroned Queen of the World. A n.1 tV,« Cfrib.c thy name Will be remembered, and thy epitaph Be this, ' Here lies an Honest Man.' Waterloo, J.N. August 18, 1900. Bulli, Woonoona, and Helens bu g, and other South Coast cn tres are nut very distant from Sydney ; and the Acting- General Secretary wil he glad to hear from friends there who will undertake to organise meetings for say, Saturday, -suuday, and Monday, September 29, 30, and October 1. Write to 251 Castlereagh-street, Sydney,

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 — 25 August 1900

ASAMi^LJScqpy Of TJHIS J»APEf^ IS AJM IfJVITjUTIOJY TO SUBSSI^IBE. Subscription (in advance) : N.S.W., 4i per year, Is per quarter. Other Colonies 6s per year. International, 8s per year.

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 — 25 August 1900

THE PEOPLE Stands alone in New South Wales aft a Stnight-ont ' WORKING CLASS PAPER Unflinching Advocate of Labor's Rights Fearless Exposer of Labor's Wrongs Intrepid Foe to Labor's Oppressors

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 — 25 August 1900

The Best| House — FOR— MACINTOSHES OVERCOATS, and WINTER SUITS. Phillips, THE . RECORD TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street. .Jti.UW0.0D jsjraisi Arc !.\i'T COMING' to v e FRONT 03 BOOT -& SHOE ? MAKERS i iivi.1 Tlifin il Trial. mul find out who hey tire, at 183 t-Iunter-street west, Newcastle. DRINK ONLY Maitland ? KL\\ i-. h'Y HLE HKD ST0UT. Meiiiiniir 151 — Humer - treet. West- 151 FOlt C1-:' 'CK K .. y ' A iid GL'S W.MIE. Bargains. CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Nfwcastlf CHARLES CAIN, Late of Fern Tree Hotd, Oosford, fROPRIETOB. ? — -o — Beit and Purest of Bpirituoun Drink.' Retailed.! HARRY 8TEGGA k CO. The oldest Clothing Store in Newcastle Thi Place wbere you gel G'od Va ue for your Money

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 — 25 August 1900

IMPORTANT, e© NT I K (JATl ON OP ; COOK'S | SURPLUS WINTER SALE. ALTHOUG fT we are i^w in the second wepk of our Winter Sale we are still distributing large parcels of Seasonable Drapery, thus pr -ving that a Genuine Sale is appreciated and sup ported by the public. N' ovi* -- before hare we given onr olients su°h Eemirkable Bargains as at this sale now proceeding, and in the fac^ of the e ormoas »d vaneep on all Woollen an t Cotton goals now on the water for n st seiieon's trade. Buying from us at present; Sale Prices i shows a saving of fui'y 25 r-er cent., on most lines of PJain Household Goods, I sui-h as Sheetings. C .li -ues, ft'a i tel*. 1 Flannels, Linens, Fo fara, Tjweilingi, A bale of BUuket» simply Billed, no matter how great t'ie sacrifice, we are sailing at leas than half-prize ; ^ingle-bed siie 8s lid a pair, d able-bed size 95 ili pair. There are about 40 psiir left of this line, so would advise bfiyers to shop early. DRE3S DEPARTMENT. The Dr. ss Djpirt'Uinit is full ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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