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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

GILBERT BROS. COACH FACTORY, 355 & 357 Hunter St. west. EVERY Description of VEHICLK built to Order. Of |the Newest Design, with the BKST MATERIAL?. Carriages Sulkies, Buggies, Spring Carts etc. ESlIMATt'S GIVEN Repairs Promptly t-.xecuted. Sulkies a Speciality. DAN COYLE, Hairdresser Tobacconist 26 Hunter ?Mir Street, ' Newcastle ^^^^Solicits a' Share of, Patronage ARTIFICIAL TEETH. S p __ - ^ v ' ? = 1 1 'UjTlJ * cm-f*.' i Old Plates repaired & rem 0 'elled. BLACKALL & HUNT Cqemists and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, and Kemp-street, 'Wallsend. Mr, Blackall may bo consulted at the Wallsend establishment on 1'negday and F riday afternoons. * J. P. MACLEAN, Hannell St., Wickham, Near A.J.8. Bank, POB Good Groceries and Good Value. ?

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

(The Socialist Press sistance Fund. s AN APPEAL. | Since the fund was first opened the t sum of £80 os 7d has been received, all | of which has been expended in the pro 's duction of The People. Owing to so 5 many calls in other directions there has . been a big falling off in this fund for ? some time, hence the General Executive *1 now make an appeal to all members, i friends and eympathi-ers to contribute ; a fixed weekly sum no matter tnw small, j to maintain th:' present size of The Peo. 5 yiE and ensure the weekly amount abso } lutely necessary for the cost of producing it. AH who wish to see the cause o I Socialism grow and believe in the work j of the League are askfd to subscribe. ? Send nair.e and a Idress and amount to ? Socialist Headquarters, Acting General i Secretary and branch Secretaries. All i amounts will be acknowledged each eek i in Thb People, | Previously acknowledged, £S0 I 14s lOd. S.C., 2s ; A.B.P., 5s ; 8 D.O., Is ; D.A., Is ; W.Y., Is ; 5 J.S., Is : J.H.,...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Who makes Wealth AND WHO GETS IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

1 Who makes IWealthl I ? AND 'WHO GETS IT ? It is estimated that in Britain, with its population of thirty-six millions, there are generally about 700,000 men out of work. There are about 800,000 paupers. Of every thousand persons who die in Merne England over nine hundred die without leaving any property at all. About eight millions of people exist always on the border of de-tiiution. About twenty millions are poor. 4ore than half the national income belongs to about ten thou sand people. About thirtv-thousand people' own fiftv five fifty-sixths or the land and capital of the kingdom, but of thirty-six millillionsof people only if millions get above ^3 a-week. The average income per head of the working classes is about £1 7 a-year, or less than is per day. i here are millions of our people working undi r conditions and living iu homes that are simply disgrace ful. The sum ot crime, vice, drunkenness, gambling, prostitution, idleness ignorance, want, disease, and death, is appalling...

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 — 29 September 1900

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]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

' Tiir People' Office POR LABOR PRINTING . TheCITY MUTUAL LIFE A 8* i ANCE FOCI TY, 1 i-nited. ! HEAD OFFICE — HUNTER, BLIGH, sndROABTLBRBAOH.' 8TRBBT SYDNEY. | M?'. G blO. CRi ? WLK » , Manage *. i THB Most Libcrui And F oftrrssive Life rflUce in the Colony. A Man or Women' acred 30 ye&'t 1 can .Mure for £60 (with profit?) for less than pence per week, and be in immediate Benefit on (tcc- ptaoce Endowment Ap-manoea also, from £26 to £12000 For further particulars, plea** wrlte ores / upon W7T1/T «U/TW . b I [ C District ?uperi»tent. »t i»J ? VV i IN l « IjL^O, TUDOR st . HAMILTON OYMRU A.3S/L BY^H. Globe Hotel THOEN STREET, NEWCAS LE, N.S.W. lbs Best Bran is of Spirits, Wines, and beers on band. Good accommoda ion. Charges Moderate. WILLIAM EDWAUDS. Phopbiktob, TERMINUS ~ HOTEL, KEMP STREET, WALLSEND. A. TODNG, Proprietor. Good Table Kept. Every ? ccommodation for Travellers FIBST-CLASS STABLIvG Ff E HOSES. -BALL BROS.SL. ; For Highest Quality and Lowest Prices in Teas, Gro...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONTHLY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

MONTHLY SOCIAL. Came off Tuesday last and was well attended Further sonia' airaagements will be announced next week. Vocal and other items were contabuted by friends, but the names have not been forwarded by Secretary, We thank them all the same.

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 — 29 September 1900

HT HEHDQtJRRTERS. Before a good audience last Sunday, Comrade Rumeisen lec tured on ' The Foundation v.f England's Greatness.' To arrive at a clour understand ing, said the lecturer, we must first ot' all insist on a plain dofini. tion of terms. Whon we speak of a country's greatness, to make ourselves intelligible, it is neces sary to explain whether its great ness lies in extent of: territory or trade or in the prosperity and moral character of her people. Those who went into ecstacies over the conquest of territory or new markets, regardless of the method adopted, explained that these, despite wretchedness with in her realm, constitutes a coun try s greatness. , Beginning at a date anterior to the great plague, the lecturer embraced many of the principle events in England. The continuous con flict between the producing diss and the fleecing class has gone on almost uninterruptedly since the '? Statute, of Laborers ' and the subsequent revolt of the peasant. The period of prosperi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. THE BAILEY CASE. AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MINERS LODGES. (PER FAVOR OF "THE PEOPLE.") [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

OPEN COLUMN, i THE BAILEY ©ASE. AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MINERS LODGES. (f«b favor of ' the people.') Two months ago, the Miner* Lidges of Burwoo I, Stockton, South Wuratsh, Wallsend, Minmi. Sea 1'it. supported my effort for a revision of the Glebe tri ' dence by a competent Court, while W?st Wa'lsend and Seaham approved of my actions. This would give a vofing p i #e r of S6 out. of a total ? f 167- But the resolution was blr-i-ke.i at the Delega'e xjuuru i-y me i isinci ^nurman ruling lx- out of order. Since ? hen 1 hare taken thb, necessary stt'ps to demonstrate where the real opp Jfi' ion to iny case lie- and the persons responsible tir that oppori tion, I believe there can be no reieon able doubt of the existence of conspiracy to prevent by everypjssihle means, the re vision of the Glebe evidence, with a vkw to proving iny uisniisriil for reputing gas, and the existence of the -boycott. I therefore now appeal to the Lodges to give me permission to address them again, and to reaffir...

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 — 29 September 1900

JHE JEC2 JD JLj JE3 Y 9 $5 T E N A R 7 Coffee JE^saJLacs© 121 -i.'OTT STREET, NEWCASTLE Next W'oT is' Jhambers and opp ailway Station. MeaU fi l. B-»ta -id & GO TO : D. MARKS THE CHEAP CASH DEAPEK IFOR YOUR Autumn and Winter LOTHING.^^ 197 HUNTER STREET WEST Nearly opposite Carrtegton Bridge. ENGIN E ER Coppersmith, Brass Founder, House &Ship Plumber, &c 93. KING STREET, .NEWCASTLE (Next Ireland's Bond). Mu ine Work a Speciality, Estimates ^iven Good Workrnansnip guarau'eed at Moderate PriceB. £11., ? ? '? ^ pbee INSURANCE POLICIES m n |1 CI If 1 ® wiU OOTCr y°ur life for ^'00 against 1M lO death, or piy£l per week for dis ible .M. ment The Colonial Mutual Fire In surance Co , Ltd., Sydney, have agreed to pay all claims resulting from BUBONIC HLaGUE. By purchasing your clothing from ue, yo.u will get this boon free of charge, together with the best made and fitting garment in and out of this lis. sriot. We substantia t' what we say by refunding your money if ...

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 — 29 September 1900

^-Australian Socialist League.^* Headquarters : y4EX BAIL ???!!-- CASTr,«RKA.GH-STRFET | STIJNHY. N.9.W. OBJECTS. The eiWhllshment »I a Co-owratlTf Common. lom'ted on th* collective ownership of K. md ami the t^ois ot nrodnctlon METHODS The industrial and political orjranlnatlon of the workers, the ho'dlti* of lectures, the dlstrlontion literature. and the election of SocUliBta to all piblio bodied, Manfclml Councils and Parlia ment. __ MKMBBHSDIP. Ho person sba!l be eligible for memiwnblp in »bt branch of this League who is a member 01 U7 other political organisation, Persons desl am of joining abaJ) be shown this rule, inori Itut they may pledge themselves thereto. N.F.W. GENERAL KXFCUTIVE. CHAS. M. BARL' W, Hon. Gen c.

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 — 29 September 1900

TO TUB EDITOR. DEAB i'- 1R AND COMEADB, — In your issue of Sepimser 8, vou say, ' Mr. I'aterson can surely not have read the history of the tioubles of £uskiu at 'lenrussee' Yes, Sir, 1 have read of those troub'es ai.d felc «rtat disappoint ment at the time But my dis appointment nas tu ntd into joy when I began to get the ' Coming (??ation 'from ftuskin in litorgia and to «arn what the truly Socialistic cau do when the pinch of necessity comes upon tht-ni, ihat failure will probably be Kuskin's greatest bletsing, and it has shown me where the weakness and came of failu'e lays of many of the efforts to establish practical Socialism. Socialism cannot live where the germs of frie love or na chism are a lowed to propa gate. You are certain 'y wrong in say ing that P acticai tiocialism de pends on the workers rallying to the bailotLbox, that is political Socialism, and 13 therefore aot in the programme sketched out for practical Socialism io matu-e, but, like getting possession of the m...

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 — 29 September 1900

-53 A Sydney Lady sends her Testimony w for the GREAT BENEFIT received from ?55 I VITADATIO Herbal Remedy. ^ G§ MRS. YOUNO'S WONDERFUL RECOVERY PROM OENBRAL WEAKNESB. ® A TRIBUTE TO VITADATIO. -*£ a7\ Mr. S. A. PALMER, 'JX Dear Sjr, — The opportunity now afforded of expressing my -5* W gratitude for the recovery from a recent severe illness is one which 2?. 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* ? Sg! past I was troubled with severe pains in the head, loss of appetite, 22t (g and in consequence became reduced* in body. Instead of going QJ xx about my daily work cheerfully as was my wont, the least exertion was a torture to me. I saw several doctors, and took endless 4^ yO tonics, but all to no purpose. One day, passing your Institute d (X? ?j% Pitt Street, I went in and purchased a small bottle of Vitadatio. 2B ^ I felt better after taking it, and laid in a stock of six large bottles. pw \/V...

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 — 29 September 1900

HAKKY STEGOA t CO. TheoldeBt Clothing .S'ore in Newcatle Th- Plnrti where jou get O-od Va ue for your Money PAThONISE j Local industry ! BT DK1NKTNG WOOD'S | CELV RA E ! CASTLEMAINE ALE. ! — n*- S .*??'**: 'ray-rev JifZl:.' A L E A a I) STOUT , ? .. o — ! ;equ.u, to !M parted AT 1 lSli I't! an '-ILK Tfjis COST Tj ?— ±1. ! PEERLESS 1 ' PBWBE8. The 1 at that Money can Buy j i — o— ? ; All Uroiw*. \ F. G GROPTS, | 1H00KSELI/KR, ' A. A Co.'f Bririge, Newcastle. ( Bee our new and choice variety of Birth - ! day Cariis. ; F Our ] /-Box of Stationery is the Beat, \ 'Ney Books for School Prizes, landing i ' CPOFTS ' A. A. Co.'s ridpe. Bookseller. j UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD OULD TOO 1 .IKE to correspond with an English Comrade, about your trade, professior, study, or with a Tiew to a knowledge of the progress of Socialism, or any other subject. Send ue : jour name, address, and trade; and we will introduce you to ar, KngliBh comrade. For Expenses send International Money Order for 2b to the INT...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Interesting Facts. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

Interesting Pacts. j Distribution of W ealth. - -The Su'tan of I'u.key get* 10,000,000 dollars salary , a mechanic in Turkey gets from 8 to 18 cents a day. The Queen of England gets 8,000,000; English agricultural laborer 25c day. More people to an acre live in New York city tenements than any other place on earth; Jno D Rockefeller. Standard oil king, wo th 125,000,000 dollars, recently gave L, 000, 000 d-.'liars to a co'lege, in Chicago; Andrew Carnegie has I leased a palace Scotch mansion and I grounds for a .'ong term of years, and ir tends putting in most of his time there ; at Homestead, Pa., in Carnegie's iron woiks, the mea work from 11 to 18 hours from 1.10 dollar to 1 GO dollars per day ; Carnegi-'a income is said to he 1,000,000 dollars yearly, nearly 3,000 a day. The pavement in front of 'ue Yanderbilt residence cost 50.000 dollars. Residennn nf Lord Bute, Eng., cost 8,000.000 dollars . The Astor family is worth 150,000,000 dollais ; the Vander bilt family 250,000,000 ; ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILHELM LIEBK-NECHT. A GREAT HEROIC LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

WILHELM LIEBK NECHT. A GREAtf HEROIC LIFE. Social Democracy has sustained the heaviest Iosb : Wilhelm Liebknecht., so full of inexhaus tible life and energy, has gone to his last re-t. Only yesterday he was with u9 ae a fel ow- worker and fighter. Jn the afternoon he took part in a meeting of the Party Hxeeutive, and undertook to report at the annual congress on ' 'World Policy.' 'Iben he came to the offi e M the paper and worked ti 1 the evening. He jarted f om his colleagues who were conversing on the events of the day, and his patting injunc tion to us was, ' Never let your selves be forced into taking the defensive, always attack !' On Wednefday he intended to go into Switzerland to speak at ^t, Gall en, together with Victor ' Alder and Hermann Greulich on the subject of International Workers' Holiday This Tuesday evening he intended meeting bis friends to sny farewell before starting on his journey. During the nil ht, however, while he was sleeping, the terribly stid en but gen...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vivit Post Funera Virtus. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

Yivit Post Punera Virtus. Come, workers of our glorious British - Isle, And join your hands with Teutons o'er the grave Of fallen Liebknecht. mighty-soul'd and brave, 'Who could have bask'd beneath the selfish smile Of this world's great ones had he praised their wile And nodded meeL. assent to every knave Who looks upon the worker as a slave, But chose to suffor with tho --ank and file. He was a Titan ! with brow sternly set Against all wrong in high or lowly place, Striving, mid baftled hopes and con stant fret, A way to freedom from dark ways to trace ; 'With heads uncovered, let us nav our debt Of thanks to him for service to the race ! John D. Hardisty. In the ' Westminster Gazette.' Thk People will not die under any'circuWetauces that may arise; but t'lere's stacks of strife ahead, and if you reall wantjto help us you will pay your sub. a year in advance.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why Should There be Poverty ? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

Why Should There be Poverty ? ' The Universal Internationa1 Exposition' in Paris is a trreat fairy city that has sprung up, as by magic, in dazzling beauty, on the banks 011 the Seine It is fur the most part & city nf palate* -filled with the l-« st samples of what each country can produce As one wnlks through its streets and in and out ot its palaces, ad miring the wealth ot the world, one marvels how the'e cnu possibly he poveity anywhere. Tbe inventive and constructive i.iuwer of man il lustrated on every side is fit to make the w hole world a home of affluence fo- »li the people. — Brotherhood

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Great Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

H Great Discovery. One of the most jingo of the jin go papers has discovered that '? Want will follow the war, and astute commercial speculators have been contriving to force up prices beyond all reason.1' And it is quite true as it r- marks, that '' One thing alone is wanted to produce tbe maximum of misery. Any general return of troops from Hou'h Africa would once more ' flo'-d the Labour market' the rising prices are only bearable be cause work is every where plentiful. — Justice.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE WHARF LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

NEWCASTLE WHARF LA BORERS. The usual weekly meeting of the N. W. L. Union was held at Pike's Hall, on Tuesday evening, Mr. J, Devine in -he chair. Correspondence was received from A. Griffith, M.P., re. Oid Age Pensions Scheme, invit'ng the secretary to attend a meeting at the Council Chambers, ou Friday even ing last. The ' ecretary reported attending the msi tin.-, and stated the busi ness transactod. The lstter and secretary's rep.»rt was received. liosolved that the i^ecretarv w-ite to Piper Major Allen with a view to obtaining the Bprvii/e* of the pipe.-s for the Eightehoiir pro cess on. The following member swore elec ted to entry b.'.ntiors tin eight hour Day : Me-srs Preston, I Marsh, Dencckoc, Hansen, B.jyce, Russol , Coxhead, Taylor, Sca:ilon, and W, C ulton (in charge). Resolved that Mr, Hansen be appointed t - secure two woo' leal- I e.-s to takechai'go of the wool lo ry and bring thei:' gaugs ro take part in the procession, Resolved that the matte' of demanding extra wa...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE EIGHT-HOUR COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

NEWCASTLE EIGHT-HOUR ' COMMITTEE I Met last Wednesday night, at the T ades Hall. A communication was received from Mr. Crichett Walker, notify* inir that the 17th Oct , had been gazetted a holiday, in lieu of Oot 24th, it was decided to engage the Racecourse for the Demonstration at £12 10s. It was decided that all children ULder 12 years of age, accompanied by guardians, be admitted to the grounds free. In tha d'scussion as to the speakers : The Premier, Mr. O' ullivan and Mr. J.' McGowen, and the Di-trict membe s were proposed by various de:egates. De'egate Toll suggested speak ers outside 01 Parliament be pro cured, and suggested Mr. A Thomson. It was decided to invit.- the Mmist y, the Leader of the ' i-a- bor '* Paity. and the six district members. Delegate Toll then moved, and Stevens seconded, th.t, i-i addition to these, the Editor of The People be asked to speak. The motion was promptly voted down

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