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UNION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

U N I O X NOTES. Is theeecno mical organ, isation o f labor known as Trades Union i b m, the Social ist sees not only a logi cal develop ment of the class strug- . g!e (and a euilicient proot m iteeit ot tne existence oE that struggle, which is sometimes foolishly or knavishly designed) : but also ar.d above all a first manifestation of that class spirit, class-consciousness, solidarity, which the wage-working people must fully acquire before they can achieve their complete emancipation, — °o — Dudley miners have organised well, and now occupy a strong position. Every miner in the pit has enrolled in the union, — o — Alexander Brown, M.L.C., the most vicious opponent of the Mines Eight-hour Bill, is legal maaager for the IDudley Colliery proprietary. The Dudley men will have to make a class fight of it. _n—

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTLAWED. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

©UTLHWED. The capitalistic B.-itish Govern ment, th ough its servant .Roberts, bas formally sto'en the Transvaal and ' outlawed ' Kruger, Botha, Da Wet, and the gallant little arajy of farmer soldiers, who, in defence of their wives and chi dren and their homes, have made one of the-noblest and bravest fights that lrstory has ever had to 'record, against the mightiest military power on earth. The war has been one of the most infamous and cowadly ever perpetrated by the capitalist class in any part of the world ; and their treatment of their own mercenary soldiers is sea cely less iufamous than their treatment of the people whose country they are out to plunder. Outnumbered by ten to one, the Boer farmers have kept the enemy at bay ; and even eow a tiny hand ful o£ them are keeping Roberts' army of a quarter of a million of men fully employed ; and the eyes of the jingo crowd are being 1 rudely opened to the infamy and dastardliness of the peopie re sponsible for the war. AH the lyin...

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 — 22 September 1900

R. KILGODR GKOCER AND PBOVISION MERCHANT 195 HUNTER ST. WEST. (jr Con pons with CaBh purchases.

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 — 22 September 1900

CENTENARY Coffee IPatlsboe 121 SCOTT STEEET, NEWCASTLE Next Woods' Chambers and opp ailway Station. Meali 63. Beds -ul & GO TO D.MARKS THE CHEAP'CASH DRAPER IFORliYOTIB Autumn and Winter 197 HUNTER STREET WEST Nearly opposite Carrfcgton Bridge. B3STO-I1TEER Coppersmith, Brass Founder, House & Ship Plumber, &c 93.KING STREET, NEWCASTLE (Next Ireland's Bond). Maiine 'Work a Speciality, Estimates Given, Good Workmanship guaranteed at Moderate Prices; Sill Ann £1 I'll €i wm °°T*r y-''Ufe*» /i^S? lk91Mvlfll-Cwl.il. (9 death, or pay £1 per week for HUabl, M. . xaent The Colonial Mutual Fire I» suranse Co., Ltd., Sydney, hare agreed to pay all cl&imi resulting from BUBONIC PLaGUE. By purchasing your clothing from ui, yon will get this boon free of charge, together with the best maim and fittiko garment in and out of this -lit. ?riot. We instantiate what we tay by refunding your money if we fail to pleats you. We understand our busineii, and that is why we sp...

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 — 22 September 1900

THE CO-OPERATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD. Capital £10,000 fully paid BRANCHES : Sydney ^Melbourne Adelaide Ball&rat Bendigo Oeelong Parromatta and at 44 Hunter St., Newcastle THK2 CO-OPEBATIVB COUPON i. COMPANY, Ltd. , Oire Good Value for.Co-operatm Coupons.' You can Get Valuable and Useful Good* ABSOLUTELY - FREE a in exchange for Co-operatiye Coupon*. Therefore,Ifollow^thi«; GOODfl ADVICE. PAY CASH. . Trade where you 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]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

TO THE KDITOH. Sir, — From the various letlers pub lished in The People ra the Bailey case the reader can at least see there is animosity existing between Messrs Edden and Bailey. Mr. Bailey appears to be arguing with Jlr. Edden, AI.P., for neglect of the workers interest in relation to the Dudley Mine Investiga tion and the treatmpnt meted out to him (Bailej) by the Gov-rnment, which Mr. Edden has not been interested in having redreaeed. 3Ic. Edden appears to be grieved at the inuendos used by Mr. Bailey in rolatioa to his (Eddens) actions in the ca^e. Who has cause for grievance is a matter between them selves. So far a? the interest of the community are concerned both Bailey and Edden are blameworthy. Apart from the personality of these two gentlemen there is a principle to be considered, and in defending that principle Edden has not been as diligent in looking after the interest of the workers as he might and should have been, or as he claimB to have been. Neither £aa Mr. Bailey...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. METHODS OF THE "MAFIA." THE PARTY THAT MESSRS. LYNNE, REID, AND BARTON HAVE OBLIGED. A CHARGE OF LETTER STEALING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

~0PEN COLUMN. METHODS ©F THE | 'OTHFia.' THE PARTY THAT MESSRS. | LY-VE, KEID.AND B/UiTON I HAVE OBuEGliD. ?A CHAEGE OF LETTER ' STEALING. TOMB EDITOR. i Sir,— Ostracise i by almost all i the Sydney editors, I must sincerely | thank you for the invaluable sup port accorded me in my endeavour* ? to show to the people of. New South | W»le3 ihoae really responsible for ' the political matcial degradation 1 of Italy. I beg. also, to be allowed i Bome sp^ce in oraor inat x may | bring under public notic? the Ma - i fia-like methods which Bome of the ! reactionary section of the Italian ' residents delight in resorting to, | »nd which, to all appearance, they I seem inclined to introduce into the -: public life of this young.conntry. | As your readers know, a number : of prominoJt local politicians were I invited by the helpless Italian &yco- \ pbants ofthii city to speak at the ; recent King Humbert commemo ; ration. Believing it necessary that : they nhould be made acquainted \ ...

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 — 22 September 1900

THE ECONOMICS o» THE ?- :, ?;' EIGHT-HOUBS DAY ONE PENNY. Posted, lid.^Per dozen. 9d. Posted, 10 —o— ' THE PEOPLE OFFICE IMPORTANT.! A GENTS and Subscribers, eto.,' ar XX requested to make their monthly or quarterly remittance! to ThsPbopib promptly. Then is no banking account behind this paper, «nd when we are called upon to wait for our money for an indefinite period, it be comes a serious matter, affecting to a very great extent the production of the paper. A. little thoughtfulness oa the part of the customers would make the task of producing The Pboplk a much ighter^oaelthat at present. H. E. HOLLAND Managing-Editor, 3

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 — 22 September 1900

mSS PEOPLE AND THB I COLLICT1VIST. Published every Saturday Morning at 98 HUNTKB STREET WEST, NBWCASTLB ? ? and 251 CASTtEBEAGH-ST., BYDNET. SUBSCRIPTION, j Mew South Wales.' Ono Year (in adrance) .. 4a. ?.One Quarter .. ..Is. Single Copy .. .. lit Other Colonle*— la 6d per quarter, 6* per year.g England, America, and other countries, is per year.. . ____ ADVBBTISEMBNI& Single Insertion— First mob, 8b fid ; each sabM j quentinch, l»6d^, . BpeoUl arrangements for itendlng oontractii SXDNBY RBADBRB.'nOTB.! ~i»»»h All Sydney oorreipondanoe, literary and bail. neea, most be addressed to tho Secretary, AJ3.LJ 'May field,' Coatlereagh-atreet, Sydney. Sydney nbtcriytloiu, eta, must also be paid into the -—— ? H ? Correepondraoa— boslnwi and literary— -othu than Sydney) to be addreued to the Managing Bdltar, 08 Hmiter-rtreet Wait, Kowo— «!«. SL BOLT, Advertising asd BDl-Porting ? Coatmotor. HandbUU Dlrtrlbnted. Sign* tailed n-. AUwork atBeM°*atd«,|Batw.J-.a iinatar-tmetr.HiwoaitM^ao...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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AN OPEN LETTER TO G C. HENDERSON, B.A., OXFORD, ACTING PROFESSOR OF HISTORY, SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

RN OPEN LETTER To G C. Hexdersox, B.A., Oxford, Actixg Professor of History, Sydney Uni versity. Sir, — In my last letter I pointed out what the Socialist deems necessary that Society should accord the individual in order that character may have opportunity to develope. Now opposed to that we have your in dividualist proposal which is new only in phraseology. But the principle underlying it has been and is the cause of the workers degradation. CAPITALISTIC SHAM ECONO MISTS in order to evade their responsi bility and that of their class for the glaring injustice of their system invariably charge the poverty of the workers to their own improvidence, xms is their harbor of refuge against the tempest of Socialist argument. Every ' political economist ' suc ceeding Adam Smith who desired to bask in the favor of capitalism used the 'argument,1 and to-day any tired politician who can repeat it in a taking manner is found a warm place under the capitalistic wing. The ESSENCE OF WISDOM that ...

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 — 22 September 1900

HE PEOPLE AND THE CCLLBCT1VIST. Published every Saturday Uornlug at ft! UU-SThh STHEET WBsT, SBtVCAaTL- ?nd S51 CA8TLEREAGH-ST., .-YDNBV. SUBSCRIPTION. New South Wales. One Year (in advance) .. is. One Quarter .. .. is Single Copy .. .. id. Other Colonies— It 6d per quarter, 6a per ye»i ' England, America, and other countries re ?- i year ___ ADVBBTIK1IKN1S Single Insertion — First tncb,2e 8d ; ewi »-iih, quest inco, ls8d. special arrangements for standing contract' SYDNEY UBADKBS, NOTB Al; Sydney correspoudence, literary and tnui uesa must be addressed to the Sooretary, A.&.L 'llnyfleld,' Castlereagh-atreet, Sjdney. Byduij subscription!, etc, must also be paid In to tnt Correspondence — bualnoBs and literary — (.otnei than Sydney; to by addressed to the Managing Editor, 98 Hunter-street Weat, Newcastle. WANTE D.— Addressed to the Miners nod other mere of DODDS' PICK, aid other TOOL HAN DLES, that all handles from date of Dodda' make will be branded thus — If TOOL HANDLE \V ...

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Jingoes Versus Profits [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

Jingoes Versus Profits. ? ♦ ? ? In the news of the strike at Havre, France, occurs this sigoifi cant statement : ' The French employers are sending over to England for men to tako the places of the strikers.' For a long time the capitalist papers of France hare been filled with diatiibea against England and everything English Nothing was too bitter to say against ' perfidious Albion.' The French jingoes tried to inflame tho minds of the workingmon into a war fever against tho British nation. What their jingoism meant oan be read in the light of this strike news. When tho F . ench capitalist, the same as the capitalist of every other land, speaks of the ''Nation,' he means his own c'aaa to ths ex clusion of the working class. Whatever tends to injnre his class is a crime against the '' Nation.' The British capitalist out-corn* peted, out- fousjht and oat -bluffed the French capitalist whenever and wherever the latter sought to grab foreign markets, hence, the ' pei fidiooa English ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

FOB Nie» TIES. COMAE'*, SHIRTS Also, a up-to-date HAT, Try GILBERT HORLER, Th«! City Hatter and Mercer, !37 HUNTER -TREET. DURHA.M HOTEL, MAINLAND ROAD, ISLINGTON None but the Best Bran ii 't Liquors eerved. iccommodation fir B -arders. HUGH COBB, Proprietor. IMPORTANT. AGENTS and Subscribers, etc., ar requested to make tAeir monthly or quarterly remittances to The Pbople promptly There is no banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon to wait fcr our money for an indefinite period, it be comes a serious matter, affecting to a Tery great extent the production of the paper. A little thoughtfulnesa oh the part of t ie customers would make the task of producing The People a much tghter one that at present H E.HOLLAND Managing-Editor, THE ECONOMICS OP THE EIGHT-HOUUS DA.Y ONE PENNY. Posted, lid. i; Per dozen, 9d. ' oste'J, 10 THE PEOPLfl OKPICB

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man Who Told the Truth. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

The Man Who Told the Truth. There was a man who said one day Unto himselx : ' Hereafter I Shall not be base enough to Bay A single word that is a lie. The truth I'll tell to each and all, To high and low, to great and small. And ao he bravely started out, His heart was strong, his spirit bold, Of all the things he talked about The truth and nothing eUe was told He scorned the tricks of speech through which Men make themselves adored and rich. He told, the whole truth, nothing more And when they bore him home that night, His face was battered up and sore, And he was what is called a sight, He lost his job, his friends are few, But he had learned a thing or two. Chicago ' Times- Herald.'

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINA AND THE AWAKENING OF ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

6HINA AND THE AWAKENING OF ASIA. We do hope the collection of geninufs who ? anage our fiffai s wholely and so ely in the in terest - f themselves and their families, and thu pint roc ats whom they flatter in pnblic and vilif in private, nro satisfied with the frierhthi' mesa th-y have made of the p licy of .E'iglnnd in «very pa t of the world. othint: cou d be mote couple e. Tiey have scarcely left them -elves a blunder to comm t at horn- or abroad. The happy combination of a Wi-rn out and ir esolute aristocrat of in tel igence with an ignorant and eelf-fufficient S'ob is thiawn into high 1 elief by imbecile and corrui t administration in every department in tbc State. Foreign Office, India-Office, War uffice, Colonial Office, Admiralty, Post Office, all tell the same ing orions ta:e. And yet we. have not a politician in Parliament with; euoagh know ledge and vigor to criticise in earnest, or with enough c.urage to Agitate for *nv impeachment. What doth-i wholesale sacrifi'-o ef J'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

FIFII PAPERS Fi.BB. Interna tional Press Agency. 'I he ^Aus tralasian Society for Social Ethics will send to any address 50 specimen copies of Australasian, English, and American Newspapers and Magazines on receipt of xi to pay for mailing. Send is to dub scription Agency Department, the Aus traiasian Society for Social Ethics, Burnice,' Summer HiU- Sydney, and ou will receive 50 copies.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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The Working Man. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 22 September 1900

T«e Working Man. Be lays his hand upon the stubborn . soil, nd lo 1 a mighty miracle is done ; lows responsive to hiB touch of toil, It Fruitful and fair beneath the golden sun. To him the crowded city looks for food: From him gaunt famine flees and squalor hides ; His energies sustain the multitude And where hie blessings fall pale want subsides. He builds the mighty ship whose pro grew spurns The roaring tempest on the trackless sea ; His strenuous life the wheels of com merce turns, And cleaves a wider space for liberty. Exchange. Flowers (painter) and 'thrower (President of Sydney Labor Council) spoke before the Sydney Christian Social Union, one night recently, on ' The Church and Labor ' and were moBt succeBBfnl— in making a ' holy ' show of themselves. Flowers talked beer and tote., and the docile Thrower followed with a few remarks of an equally insignificant nature, mumbling something about the Socialist* haying '* punctured their bladders.' Flowers 'supported the Eight-Hou...

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 — 22 September 1900

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

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 — 22 September 1900

What can you Do ? Tou can vote the Socialist 1 icke You ca 1 subscribe for aDd lead the Socialist papei You can join the local orga bation of the party. Tou can join the trade union of your craft and help to fight its battles. You can talk .-ociulism to the mem bera of your union and as a good union ist you will command their respect. You can buy rtncialist books and pamphlets, read and study them, and then lend or 'give them to your fellow workers, You oan distribute leaflets and papers issued by the party and make constant efforts to get new aubecribers for The People — the paper that represents your claps interests. And if you do these things you will feel amply repaid by tre growth of Socialism around you, you will feel that your time Las been we.l si ent, you will feel that your money has been wisely invested ; \ou will know th it 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
Honor and War. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

Honor and War. The idea of honor is associated with war. But to whom does the honor belong ? If to any, certainly not to the mass of the people, but to those who are particularly engaged in it. The mass of a people who stay at home, and hire others to fight — who sleep in 'their warm beds, and hire others to sleep on the cold and damp earth — who sit at their well-spread boards, andliire others to take the chance of starving— who nurse the slightest hurt in their own bodies, and hire others to expose themselves to mortal wounds, and to linger in comfortless hospitals- -certainly this mass reaps little honor from war. The honor belongs to those who are immediately engaged in it. Let me ask, then, What is the chief business of war ? It is to destroy human life, to mangle the limbs, to gash and hew the body, to plunge the sword Into the heart of a fellow-creature, to strew the earth \vitli bleeding frames, and to trample them under foot with horses' hoofs. It is to batter down and burn...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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