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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Ta. b r a y e . ? Solicitor. &c. ' Court Cham hen, Bolton Street, ? Newcastle ? TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Beat or Per«o*al Security, JAMES DART, 8oli''itor, Ac., Commissioner for Affidavit., Bnlton-street Newcastle. A. RE ID, SOLICITOR Ao. k e Commissioner for Aildavits BOLTON STBEET Newcastle. Ft ^BTJaT HONtTB to Lend at curren 1 Bates. Mr. W. H- BAKER, Soli citor, etc-, Commissioner for the Austra an Colonies. Bolton-gtreet, Newcastle ABBOTT sod WOOD, Solicitors, A J. ABTHUB WOOD, Notary Public. Wood's Chambers Scott*tr*et, Ncwcutle. Honey to lead in large or rams THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST CLUB. Lord Nelson Hotel, Kent-street, Millers Point, Syd ney. All leading Europe tn and Ameri can Socialist organs a d magazines are filed for Members' use. Committee meets every Thursday at 8 p.m, THE PEOPLE AND TBE COLLECT! VI8T. Ihe World for the World's Workers

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anarchists & Socialists. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Anarchists & Socialists. The People lifts the following from ' a letter written by F. Sceusa to the Sydney ' Sunday Times,' in reply to certain statements published by that paper : It is true that there are manv anarchists in Sydney, chiefly educated neonle. holdinsr views nimilur .l propounded by Herbert Spencer and Auberon Hubert in England, and Elisee Regius in France, and Count Tolstoi in Russia, who are philoso phical anarchists and dreamers of an ideal community, in which war— inter- nal and external— would be abolished and in which all the people would live together in harmony with natural law, without the complicated hamper ing machinery of Government and its iaevitable attendant evils— political intrigue, parasitism, and corruption— and in .which everyone could satisfy his needs, rendering to the commun ity in return the best services of wMch he was capable. Nevertheless, here as in other countries which are sun.' posed to swarm with active Anarchist* there are no A...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Be Content. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Be Content. Said the parson ! Be content, Pay your tith9S— dues, pay your rent ; They that earthly thingB despise Shall have mansions in the skies. -i hough your back with toil be bent, Said the parson, Be Content. - Then the parson feasting went, With my lord — who lives by rent, And the parson laughed elate, For my lord has livings gr -at, They that earthly things revere May get bishop's mansions here Be Content ! Be Content ! Till your dreary life is spent, Lowly live and lowly die. All for mansions in the sky ! Castles here are much too rare. All may have them— in the air. Thomas McGuire iu ' I ruth Seeker.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Howl, Ye Dingoes! [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Howl, Ye Dingoes I Michael Davitt's disclosures ' in the Dublin Freeman are calcu lated to' make the hair on the head of the average jingo stand up on end like quills on the fretful porcupine. Twenty mem bers of an English patrol, while raiding in the English colony of Natal, entered a farmhouse and ravished an unfortunate female, one after another. And ' Globe Trotter ' Villiers, when in Syd ney, told us the Boers were iin moral ! But that isn't all. He mentions another case, if any thing more horrifying, that of the Beaters family, ' one of the most respectable families around the locality of Dundee.' It ap pears that one woman, aged 45, and three girls, aged respectively 18, 14, and 12, were each and all outraged by soldiers of an Eng lish patrol. The two youngest were the most violently treated, both being infected with syphilis by their bestial assailants. My revered friends, let us uncover nnr Viro/la on^ wt i* ? UUU vuom ouiuioro Ul the Queen.' Davitt says these are but two c...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fat Martyr. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

The Fat Martyr. The fat martyr has arrived home again. Stone-broke, as usual. The friends of this modern Pantagruel were sore afraid lest he should be jailed for vagrancy upon his arrival so they passed round the hat. By this means some £1500 was collected and the fat martyr will be enabled to buy in enough flour and tea and sugur to do him until the country again' requires his services. The following paraphrase of Shelley'B ' Aedipus Tyrannies ' is apropos : — Still will his kingly paunch Swell like a sail before a favoring breeze. And his most sacred nether promon tories Lie satisfied with layers of fat, and his Boevtian cheeks, like Egypt's pyramid. Sustain the cone of his antroubled brain.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Filibustering Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Oar Filibustering Soldiers. SYDNEY Daily Telegraph, en deavors to make its readers be lieve that the swindlicators who run its business have all along believed that the cockies' sons and ex-special constables and unon-wrecKers wno are now filibustering in South Africa went there out of pure patriotism and because of a burning desire to save the poor old British lion from being chawed up by a handful cf Dutch farmers. And the '? D.T.' thinks that when that mission is fulfilled our valiant soldiers should return to the cockatoo farms of their an cestors, and to the Blums of our big cities, where they will be available for further special con stabling and union wrecking should the Bartons and WiseB of Federated Australia require their services. Surely, though, Mr. Randal Carey's paper is not so foolish as it would have us be lieve. No ffthllpr ATPr falroa part in a robbery without having an eye to the main chance, and when our valiant killers of men proffered their services for South A...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

SALMAGUNDI. ' The actus' disturbance in Egypt o.-igiiiated in protecting the meney- enrle s of Great Britain.' --Newcastle Herald, 1885 Years ago Newcastle tier aid re fer ed to Toby Bart. 'ii and others 1 88 ' pnttiotic ruffians. ' — o — If there were no roinerH no coal could be raised. { there wore no norke'R 111 factories-, chop , or on the l*nd, who would do the wo* Id's wo k ? Ths owne s ? From Mai t land Mercury-. 'A letter received from Newcastle b» a Melbourne firm states that if the I hina war continues it is expecte'il that tbe p iae of coal will reach ai high a figure as fifte n shillings It will be interesting to' w«tch if the miner be permitted to partici pate in the expected rise.' Th* People predicts that the mineri will have to fight tooth and nail fo every j-ennv rise th.t takes place in the hewing rate. - o— The D. T. if S-. M H are screeching for the aholition of the minnimnm wage of 7« a -'ay which O'Suilivan has pa-tially adopted It's too big a sum. thev say, fo...

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 — 1 September 1900

HABBY STKGGA and CO fo. Dungaree Trousers (Best American) Mo:eskiti i lousera Working blurts aud Flannels 'TEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S ROACH KILLER. Is Bex. IMPORTANT. AGENTS and Subscribers, eto„ ar requested to make tneir monthly or quarterly remit tancea to The People promptly There is no banking account behind this paper and when we are called upon to wait fcr our nu.ney for an indefinite period, it be comet* a serious matter, affecting to a very great extent the produotion of the paper A little thoughtfulnesd on the part of t ,e customers woul i male the task of producing .The People a much ighter onetihat at present. H. E. HOLLAND Managing Editor,

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHTOGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

THOUGHTO GRAPH S All that tbe capitalists draw from lb' p'Oluctinn of society is what isnorauce pays 1 1 cunning. — o— The mod rn appeal to patriotism is only an appeal ,,to the po to fight for the internets of the rich. ' A nation does not livn nnr ! pr sper by polities, but by indus try- The people should and yet will use their political liberty to pain indu«trial liberty. — 0 — Competition closes every avenus of love, dwarfs the s mpathie*, turns the hea t to stone, It dis qualifies the happiness here and Weafter. — o — coci*'i«m ia the love of man for h:s fel'ow man. . It :s applied Christianity. It is pure altruism. It is the application of the golden rule in commerca o b'si-ress Sooia ism is founded in 'ove Com petition is organised selfishness (t is commercial cannibalism. The strong devour the weak. It 'is beastly. , Every victory f .-e^dom has won has been a victorv of truth over falsehood, and thought is the power tfiat has accomp'is^; d it. — o — He who works because he h...

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 — 1 September 1900

HABBY STEGGA t CO. The oldest C.^ thing til ore in Newe&itle Th Pl*ee where you get U'od Ya ue for your Money C- ? I- BOLT, XdrertlBiug &ud BU: ?'-J* m. tractor Hnndbili* L-iatributed. Btgni .iJen All «ork at Be-» Kaier, ,ifc ter-Mrect, .Newc&otie.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL DEMOCRACY. CRUSHED IN THE CITADEL OF CAPITALISM. HON. B. BACKHOUSE FIGHTS ALONE. "LABOR" MEMBERS REFUSE TO SUPPORT HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

MUNICIPAL, DEMO' CRACY. CRUSHED IN THE CITADEL I OF CAPITALISM. HON. B. BACKHOUSE FIGHT ALONE. 'LABOR' MEMBERS REFUSE TO SUPPO 'T HIM. Hughes, M.P., and his col leagues fought down Adult Suffrage in the Assembly when Lyne's Municipal Bill was be fore that House ; and the Upper House will, ere this is in print, hare mangled the measure as it nnw Htumlo TheHon. Benjamin Backhouse, M.L.C. — the man Hughes so in famously slandered— on Thurs day of last week, when the Syd ney Corporation Bill was before the Council, made an effort to have thefollowingclauseinserted in the Bill : ' That all persons of the age of 21 years, or upwards, being natural born British subjects, or naturalised persons, and having, resided continuously for the pro ceeding six months in any ward of the city, shall be entitled to be placed on the Citizens' roll for any such ward.' That is in effect the Socialist resolution carried at the Protest ant Hall, Sydney, also at a later Newcastle meeting. Dr. Creed, ?who pre...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Annexing the "Fly Specks." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

Annexing the ' Ply Specks.' Last November ' Me Lud ' Salisbury said the Bull Govern ment was not making war upon the fly-speck republics for annex ation purposes. A few weeks ago monocular, renegade ' Joe ' Btated, in the House of Commons, that Canada and Australia were in perfect accord with Britain on the question of the necessity for the annexation of the two republics. Intolerable blather skite. Even the Sydney Delirium. Tremens refers (in a leader) to the statement as an unwarranted as sumption. Speaking at Birming ham in June last year this mean souled screwmaker Chamberlain, said : ' I hope that he (President Kruger) may be able to appre ciate the fact that we have no design upon the independence of his country.' Mr. Kruger, how ever, was not so easily gulled. The stench of the hypocritical screwmaker's putridity was evident to the old man's keen perceptivenpsp.

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 — 1 September 1900

'('HE PREMIER TIAIRDRESSINU ! AND SHAVING SALOON, 73 Quutcv-strect, Newcastle, next Borough Marxists. — A clean tawal to each cutomer Ladies' Ornamental Huirwork executed on tbe promises. We do not profess to cure Corns, Warts, or Bunions, but a dieeaee of the Bcalp carefully and duo* ftillj treated by ug. We do not en trust our Customers to the tender mercies of underpaid assistants, Every civility and attention. Four chain* No waiting ' Give us a Trial. WILL STEYENd Manager.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

STATE GOVERNORS. 'The question of the position and status of State Governors under Federation ig agitating the minds of the politicians and the capi talists, and there is mnch con cern as to whether they should be Australian or British nomi nees. Hitherto each State has ?been a sovereign power, bat with the advent of the new conditions ?a great many of the larger func tions will be absorbed by the Federation, consequently the gubernatorial figurehead will be «hornof some of his frills and 'will sink into insignificance beside the magnificence of the Governor General when we enter npon our ?' National life.' The change will mean another set of imperial parasites to help in the work of tightening ' closer the bonds of Empire.' BondB of cold steel, the workers will find out byand bye. The Governor-General is to be appointed by the British Go vernment, and it is intended to allow the people who run Eng lish affairs to retain the power to appoint State Governors. But the organs of Austra...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Generasity of Kings. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

The Generosity of Kings. (By F.S.) Perhaps it may be interesting to our Australian comrades to know tbe full extent of the re ported ' patriotic self-sacrifice ' made by the new king Victor Emanuel III. in relinquishing a number of royal palac s, parks. and castl es, thus effecting a saving of £-o0,00j to the t-tafce. The reigning fami'y of Italy are not likelv to be homeless on account of such a generosity, for they are in possession of numerous and extensive and national estates scattered throughout the country. The princifal residence of the king ia the Qnirinal at Rome— the former abode of the Popes ; but there are royal palaces in nearly eve^y large city. The most im portant, however, are those of Turin, Florence, and Naples — the ancient seats of the Savoys, Lorraines, and Bourbons respec tively — valuable not only for j their -ize and architecture, but also for the art treasures they contain. The number of royal demesnes, such as parks, - hooting preserves, and pleasure-groun...

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 — 1 September 1900

A SAMPLE COPY Of TJHIS f APEF^ I IS AJM IJWIT/tTIOJNI TO SUBSSF^IBE. Subscription (in advance) : N.S.W., 4s per year, la per quarter. Other ' clonies 6s per year. International, 8s per year.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

'THE PEOPLE Stands alone in New South Wales as a Straight-out; 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]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

PERSONS who will assist i.i fjrming a Society to establish a PltAJfi U.aL SO IALISll in Australia pleise send your names t- Jl)HN PAtER. SON, Box No 13, Traded Hall, Broken Hill. JSots — Army or bruits force ji.goea, such as ? mparia ists, Pitriots, and Anarchists NOT wanted. In all Departments . . . COOK & CO. Ire showing New Spring Goods and | Everyday Requirements | * nt Pooular Price?, | BEAUTIFUL NEW MILLINERY Faithful r--pie, „f the latest 'arisienne fancies, by our ovn artist. In addition to being the mo.»t siylish. our ilil.inery is the eneapest in tbe firy. DRESS GOODS. We shew to-day the best-s-leeted lot of new Sprini; Dress Fabrics, all the newest materials from the looms of the J beet English an 1 Continental manufac turers. _ New Blousing Sil-8, O hocked and Slripad Silka. Floral Silks, Japanese Si ks, in charming variety, at ext emely low prices. COTTON DRESS GOOD?. The newest- fabrios on view in useful and dressy Cottoi Goods, new Canbr'ci, dainty fl ,ral Fro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

live Best1 House -FOR— macintoshes ©VEReORTS, and WINTER SUITS. Phillips, THE RECORD TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street. Ns GREENWOOD ? ? -HOODS Aw FAST COMING to the FRONT SB BOOT & SHOE MAKERS ^ Give Them a Trial, and find eut who hey are, at 183 riunler-street west, Newcastle. DRINK ONLY Maitland BREWERY HLE AND STOUT. Henmuir 151 — Hunter street West— 151 FOK CUOOKEt-y / And GLAS W A HE. Bargains. CAIN'S 1 POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Is'rwc.vbti.h I CHARLES CAIN, Late of Fern Tree Hotel, Gosford, .. i'ROi'KIETOB. — 0 — Beit ano Purest of Spirituous Drinks ? Retailed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 1 September 1900

' The People.' Note. — All subscriptions are pay able in advance. Subscribers resident in Sydney and suburbs should pay to the General Secretary, A.S.L. New castle and country subscriptions should be forwarded to the Managing Editor, 88 Hunter-st. West, Newcastle. Subi i eceived : Newcastle Office. J.lIcD., Tintenbar, 2s ; S.M., Tintenbar, 2s ; A.N., Lismore, 4s ?, A.W,, Merewether, 2s ; F.M., Newcastle, is ; M.L., Stockton, 2s ; ~.H., Tighes Hill, 2s; J.S., Wallsend, 3s 3d ; P.L., Tatliam, Is ; M.C., Newcastle, Is ; W.K.H., Adelaide, S.A., Is ; R.R. Stockton, ; J.A.K., Woonoona, 2s. 6ISHGT OFFICE. ; J.W., 2s ; J.D., Is ; j S-B., 29 ; W.W., Is ; A.R., 2s.

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