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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

' The People' Office FOff LAPQR PRINTING. TheCITY MUTUAL LIFE /S''' : AN-''K £ori.'!Y, limited. H2AD OFFICE— tiUKTEB. HUGH, and CASTLE KK AO II STRKET SYDNEY. Mr fil1''. CROWLK i , Manager. THE Mo»t Liberai ami P otrr* ppUc Ufe Office in tho Colonv. A Wun or Wonwrr aped 30 years cad .mure lor £60.(with profits) for leas than Kispence per week, and lw in immediate Bene.*?! on uccv ptance. Endowment Aa-maiiC'? kSfo, Iron*. £25 tn £2000. For flutter particulars. ^Icaet write orcaH upon W M . - W I N I K LLS. ^'rVuF^^mvcny ~~ 'AM 'BYT IEL C3r IL o Tt» e Ko-tel THORN STREET, NEWCAS LE, N.S.W. tbz Best Brands ot Spirits, Wines, and livers on hand. Goo/l accommoda ion. Charges Moderate. WILLIAM ED W A. Li US, PjiOPitiETOE, TERMINUS HOTEL7 KEMP STBEET, W A T, L-S E N D. H. YOUNG, 'Proprietor. Good Table Kept. E^er ; ? ccommotlat.ion for Travellers. FIRST-CLASS STABLI G F '? B HOSES, j '-BALL BROS.su For Highest Quality and Lowest Prices in '?* Teas, Groceries, Produce, and Provisions Call a...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What can you Do? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

What can you Do ? You can vote the Socialist Hcke t You can subscribe for and read the Socialist paper , You can join the local orgar i sation of the party. You can join the trade union of your craft and help to fight its battles. You can talk Socialism to the mem bers of your union and as a good union ist you will command their respect. You can buy Socialist books and pamphlets, read and study them, and then lend or give them to your fellow workers, You can distribute leaflets and papers issued by t-i« party and make constant efforts to get new subscribers for Thb People — the paper that represents your class interests. And if you do these things you will feel amply repaid by tVe growth of Socialism around you, you will feel that your time has been weil spent, you will feel that your money has been wisely invested ; you will know that you have brought nearer the dawn of freedom for yourself, your wife and children, and your toiling comrades.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

We have invented steam ploughs and threshers that will enable five men to do the work of five hundred ; but we hare not even the smallest conception of how to supply everyone with sufficient food. — O— ' Under socialism crime would be almost wholly eliminated, society to-day manfactnres its own criminals by its i nth ess cru!h inv! to the wall of all who have not the special ability needed in com petitive warfare. The selfish struggle for individual supremacy naturally brings out all that is worth in human nature ' — o — Socialism wi'l make sure the material side of existence and un lock the gate to the noblest social life that the world has ever yet seen. — o — Victorian L*bor press has for months execrated Trenwith as a renegade, and he has been con demned bi various Labor bodies. Now thev'vo selected the same renegade as one of their accredited Labor candidates Asses ! — O— Victorian ' Labor ' party is a very wobbly, knock-kneed animal. Where are the Socialists of that Southed pr...

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 — 8 September 1900

SALMAGUNDI. Chamher!a:n fesrs the reaction in Ft ii tain, and aims at a military dictatorship, with Roberts as chief nex to Joe. The rpekouieg when it co i'es will be a heavy one, and J- e knows it. W^ges are coming d--wn, prices rising for*, food stuffs, 'hence the necessity for prepara tions against the comiti;? storm in England — as come it will. There is a limit to all thing!', and the workers cannot for ever keep the murderous military filibusters t'.:r ever. The only hope lies in Social ism. — 0 — liussia is goinu to boat the 'Powers' had'y in 'Jhitsa', and ' Dear old England' stands a show of getting li ft. But' never mind ; we will send some more din goes We can epare them ' Thou shalt not kill ' Nearly 50,0r0 British forces have been mang'ed in South Africa. Wha for ? Freedom aud God, or Rhodes, Chambe lniQ and Co? Answer, chnstian dingoes. Holman in ' 94 was a most militant Sooialist, so he said, and wanted 'solidarity.' He denounced Joe Cook for his treachery; also Atidy ...

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 — 8 September 1900

LEAGUE NOTES. All the past we leave behind ; 1 We debauch upon a newer, mightier ' world : Fresh and strong the world we seize ; Worid of Labor and we march, rioneers ! Oh Pioneers. Richmond lliv r Socialists should now sot to work and adopt the excel lent. suggestions of Comrade (-i lies. The picnic aud conference at Xmas should make history on the Richmond antl firmly establish a branch of the League that will extend over the ] whole of that fertile region and home 01 the sugar sLinnors. — o We prove men, not in times of suc cess, but when face to face with diffi culty and danger. Men should show mettle when confronted with tho greatest, difficulties ; and, to the honor of our gallant little --band, they have faced what seemed at tiniest almost in surmountable obstacles, and pulled through. Our troubles, * of course, are pretty Btifl', but are nothing to I what our comrades have experienced elsewhere. Socialists must always be prepared to ' face the music.' Newcastle Socialists, a...

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 — 8 September 1900

?— o— HARRY STEGGA and CO. for ^ Dungaree Trousers (Best Amerioan) Moleskin Trousers Working Shirts and Flannels fcTEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S ROACH KILLER. Is Box.

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 — 8 September 1900

THE CO-OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY. LTD. eapital £10,000 fully paid BRANCHES : Sydney Melbourne Adelaide Ballarat Bend j go Geelong Parramatta and at 44 Hunter St., Newcastle THE CO-OPERATIVE COUPON ; COM PANT, Ltd. [.Give Good Va'ue i [ foriCo-operative Coupons,' i ? ??Ha You can Get Valuable and Useful Goods J*3S©LUTELY - FREE in exchange for Co-operative Coupon'. Therefore, follow this] GOOD, ADVICE. PAY CASH. Trat|e where jou see the Sign — 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

%- A Sydney Lady sends her Testimony 38 ® for the GREAT BENEFIT received from g 1 VITAHATIO The Qreat- I g y * 1 * IVJ Herbal Remedy. $ yQ MRS. YOUNO'S WONDERFUL RBCOVBRY PROM dENBRAL WEAKNESS. QJ 7k a tribute to vitadatio. Jr XK Mr. S. A. PALMER, $ ^ Dear Sir, — The opportunity now afforded of expressing my , 2? platitude for the recovery from a. recent severe illness is one which yj /TQ it would be selfish to keep to myself, and very wrong not to make £7 it generally known to the suffering community. For some month* 5jr 22 past 1 was troubled with severe pains in the head, loss of appetite, 25 (10 and in consequence became reduced in body. Instead of going S Xz about my daily work cheerfully as was my wont, the least exertion 3} «*£ was a torture to me. I saw several doctors, and took endless W tonics, but all to no purpose. One day, passing your Institute in CQ Pitt Street, I went in and purchased a small bottle of Vitadatio. -5K I felt better after taking it, and laid in a stock...

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 — 8 September 1900

? ? — 1 . ? 5 — '? nl HABKT STBGOA k CO for Overcoats, Macintoshes Oilskins _ ? And anything to keep you warm during the celd weather. PATKONISE Local industry BY DKitfXlNO WOOD'S CBIiKRRAiEO . CASTLEMAINE ALE. O. B | ALEANDSTOUT - O — ! 'EQUAL TO IMPORTED at less than half thw cost USE ?PEERLESS ? KAXnre POWDFR. ; The test that Money can Buy I I — 0 — All Grocer*. F. G CROFTS. BOOKSELLEB, A. A Co.'b Bridge .Newcastle. See our new and choice variety of Birth day Cards, f Our 1 /? Box of Stationery ifl the Best, ?New BookB for School Prises, landing OK OFTS A. A. Co.'b ridge, Bookseller. UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOP ?r ? XTTOULD TOO LIKE to correspond W with an English Comrade, about your trade, profession, Btudy, or with a riew to a knowledge of the progress of S Socialism, or any other subjects Send us I your name, addreBS, and trade ; and we \ will introduce you to an English, comrade. For Expenses send International Money Order for 2s to tho INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE EXCHANGE, 95 Cha...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Richmond River Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

To Richmond River B Readers. I Comrades,— The Upper Richmond I Branch of the A.S.L. which was formed B last year, has not held a meeting for B some time, owing to the iact that some H of the members have left Casino. K Nevertheless there are a number of H Socialists scattered about the district B some are members of the Central B Branch, and more are unattached. B Every reader of The People knows that B the A.S.L. intends to put Six Candidates B in the field for the Federal Senate. ; They also know I hat the whole of New South Wales will have to be canvassed as one electorate : and that tbat is a tough piece of work. In view of the above facts, the members of the Upper Richmond Branch have decided to re construct on a broader basis. The branch in the future will be known as the R R. Branch, and will embrace the whole of the Richmond Hiver district. Meetings will not be held at any fixed time or place, but when and where the members think the most convenient Ow. ing tD the wide area ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
India, China, and Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

India, China, and Onr* selves. ? ♦ ? 1 The Fa Eastern question is looming up larger than ever (says i.dwa'd Carpenter, writing in the I J. L f. News for .July) and -fch eatening to overshadow even j the interests in Kouth Africa. | India, under our beneficent Empire, is going down into an «wful golf of bankruptcy and {amine ; China i-- turning at last j on the meddling Powers who have so ong been seeking to exploit her ; and is proposing to the West that problem whose solution the 'W est has so ? long looked for and so loijg feared. It is rather like a few field mice trying to exploit a beehive. The honey i- attractive -certainly, but 400,000 000 bees may well make the intruder paut-e ! It is well that we chould con sider what is the rational attitude 'for the Labor interest on these questions. From what I have seen of India I do not f -r a moment practically doubt what should be our policy there. I believe that if we had during the laBt forty years treated India generously — really...

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 — 8 September 1900

SL HOLT, Advertising and Bill-Posting ? loutraetor, ti&ndbllle Distributed. Signs 1.111*1 uj., ? All work ut ttewwabls ?i unter-sireet, Nawcaat.c.i'W- WMM MB

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 — 8 September 1900

I You'll mlas Mr UUI Him when Al|l He'.^one. A KM. Secure His Yorkv 't!:' Second-haad Clothing Bought and Sold Also Old Gold and Silver, A Splendid Lot of Dungaree Overalls YORKY ALLSORTS. 77— -HUNTER STREET |WEST- 77 llNewcastia. PERSONS who will assist in forming a Society to establish a PRACTI CAL SOCIALISM in Australia please send your names to JOHN PATER SON. Box No. 13, Trades Hall. Broken Hill. Note.— Army or brute force ji.goes, such as impirialists, Patriots, and Anarchists NOT wanted.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

Of a'l possible uses to put 60 mil ions stealing to, and sacrifice' some thousands of British lives for, was the crushing of the Boers the most urgently pressing — more pressing for instance than the saving of the people of India effectively from famine, which might easily have been done with the 60 millions sterling without the loss of any lives. — l.L.P , News. — o — Socialism makes men ; Capital ism makes crawlers. The Social ist Labour Party wants to be com posed of smashers of a system tbat makes men cowards. Chris- Wateon says he 's si ill ''Labor.'' So is Bruce Hmith The A. A Co. held its 7 /tb an nual meeting in London last week. The profitB last year were £77,690. I bis huge fleecing concern origin ally had a free grant of 1,000,000 acres Last year they sold 16,213 acres at an average price of £1 2s per acre. They want more pasto ral or coal bearing lands. Of course, they do. The A. A. Co. produces nothing but misery, while the miners and the people of N.S.W. labour to prod...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Imperialism, Famine and Poverty. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

Imperialism, Famine and Poverty. Tbe condition of the poor itarv ing people of India go«w from bad to worse. There are now over six millions of starvelings on the relief works, and the hoped for rains of J une have either failed entirely pr have been quite insufficient to do any good. And so these who had been able to buy cattle in an anti cipation of recommencing opera tions with the coming of tbe rain, are having their cattle die of Ftar vation on their hands, And now this famine in India, together with the Chinese trouble, is producing its natural effect in this country, and many workpeople are thrown out of work in the cotton districts in consequence of the fall nig-off in the demand for cotton yarns and piece goods in the Far East, and a- ready people are talking of the possibility of another cotton famine. These are some of the blessings our blatant, aggressive imperialism is bringing in its train — famine in Inda, outrage and anarphy in China, and impending distress at home. ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Heroism of the Rich. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

The Heroism of the Rieh. , Did you ever think of the heroic lives the rich live ? They abstain from work, so the poor will not be deprived of a joj: they steal the wealth of a man who works, so that he may not be burdened with tak ing care of it ; they own and oper ate the Government, so that the poor will not lose anything. Oh, ihe rich are very heroic, and it is hard to seehowthe country would get along without them. 'Ihen what a calamity it would be for the po.ir to have no rich. — Exchange.

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 — 8 September 1900

SALMAGUNDI. In India where people are starving, speculators are hoarding food with a view of exacting prices which the people are not able to pay ' Every human being,' says an exchange, ' in ndia who perishes for lack of assistance is murdered by the government that is abundantly able to supply it, but prefers to devote the price of ten Hindoos lives per second to tbe extinction of republicanism in :: outh Africa.' — o— A professor at Vienna has marshalled figures to show that if the labor of Austria were organised in rati nal fashion, instead of abandoned to the blindness of competitive industry, three or four hours daily woi k from every man would suffice to provide a comfortable life for every person in the community. Where the conditions to which material progress everywhere tends are more fully realised — that is to say, where population is denset, wealth greatest, and the maohinery of production and exchange most highly developed, we find the deepest poverty, the sha pest stru...

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 — 8 September 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS. I Last Sunday, being the first Sunday in the month, was mide the occasion of the usual harmony in place of a set Jccture. Or rather it would have been had certain ladies and gentlemen who had promised to contribute to the pro gramme. put in an appearance. As it is the thanks of the League are due to Misses Oliwitch, and McDerniott, and Mr. McGregor, who redeemed their promises and assisted in the entertain ment, Comrade Proud supplied the first fsong ' The .Slave Ship,' and was o llowed by Miss fliwitch who sang a | charming ballad ' Dreaming while she sleeps' Miss McDermott was earnest in Longfellow's inspiring ' Psalm oi Life '' ; and Mr. McGregor supplied the element in a song descriptive of a stage struck lover who sang Tra-la-la.lee to waltz time, whilst expressing scorn for his faithless lady. Comrade Newbury took advantage of his position as chair man to in Act a recitation on vthe audience, who endured it for the sake of what waB to follow. Comrade Drake who...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 8 September 1900

6oming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. Sunday, Sept. 9. — T. O'Reilly. Subject : ? ' Capital is not antagonistic to Labor. 'What crushes the workers.'

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 — 8 September 1900

FIFI1 PAPERS ,F- EE. Interna tional Press Agency. 'I he jAus tralasian Society for Social Ethics will send to any address 50 specimen copies of Australasian, Knglish, and American Newspapers and Magazines on receipt of is *-o pay for mailing. Sen! is to tiub I scription Agency Department, the Aus tralasian Society for Social Ethics, Burnice,'' Summer Hill. iSjdney, and you will receive 50 copies. important! AGENTS and Subscribers, eto., ar requested to make tdeir monthly or quarterly remittances to Thb People promptly. There is no banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon to wait fcrour money for an indefinite period, it be comes a serious matter, affecting to a Tery great extent the production of the paper A little thoughtfulness oa the part of t je customers would make the task of produeing The People a much ighter one that at present H E. HOLLAND Managing-Editor, | 'HE PREMIER HAIRDRESSING 1 AND SHAVING- SALOON, 73 Hunter-street, New. astle, next Borough Mark...

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