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UNION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

UNION NOTES. In the econo mical organ isation o f labor known as Trades Union ism, the Social ist tees not only a logi cal develop ment of the class strug gle (and a sufficient proof in iteelf of the existence I of that strupgle, which is sometimes foolishly or knavishly designed) : but also a'.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,

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

GO-OPtRATIVE COUPON COMPANY, LTD. Capital £10,000 fully paid BRANCHES : Sydney 'Melbourne Adelaide Ballarat Bendigo Geelong Parramatta and at 44 Hunter St., Newcastle THK CO. OPE H ATI YE COUPON COAJPANY, Ltd. ? Give Good Ya'ue for Co-operalire Coupons. You can Get Valuable and 'Tseful Go'adB ABSOLUTELY - FREE in exebatige for Co-operative Coupon9. Therefore, follow this* GOOD {ADVICE. PAY CASH. Trade where tou Bee the Sign — Co»crerative 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
Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

Old Age Pensions. On Fr iday evening of last week, a meetin ?- was ca led together at the Newc«stln ''ounoil Chambers, by Mr Arthur lirifiith, M P., to get iin expression of opinion in favor of Premier Lyne's Old Age Pensions Bill. A motion !-y Mr. Houston in favor of tho Hill waa, on the sug gestion of the managing-editor of ''hr Peoi'Lic, altered t-J read in favor of the p iucipl.^ of Old Age ? Pensions, a d carried. A strong committee was formed ro arrange demonstration'. Vith it, characteristic truthful ness the daily press mada it appear that the motion carried was in favor ot the Lyne proposal.

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

IMPORTANT.'' AGENTS and Subscribers, el*'., ar requested to malie irieir monthly or quarterly remittances to The People promptly fhar.' is uo banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon lo wait ftrour 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 on the part of t le customers ' would make the task of producing The People a mu igluer one.^thit at present H. E. HOLLAND ? ' Managing-Editor, FIFl'l PAPERsThEE. Interna tional Press Agency. 1 he Aus tralasian Society for Social Ethics will send to any addreis 50 specimen copies of Australasian, English, and American Newspapers and Magazines on receipt of is to pay tor mailing. Sen I is to Sub scription Agency Department, the Aus- tralasian Society far Social Ethics, Burnice,*' Summer Hill. Sydney, and you will receive 50 copies.

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

R. K1LGOUR I GrlvOCE ;i AND PROVISION MERCHANT I 195 HUNTER ST. WEST. I g*Conpons with Cash Purchases. I

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

IMPORTANT. AfIEST.Sti.nd Subscribers, etc., ar requested to make ttieir monthly or quarterly remittances to The Chople promptly. There is no banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon to wait fcr our money for an indelinite period, it be comes a serious matter, affecting to a very great extent the production of the paper. A little thoughtfulncss oa the part of t ae customers would make the task of producing Thk Phople a mu h ighter onejthat at present. H E. HOLLAND Managing-Editor, SL. HOLT, Advertising tod Blii-tottlng * coutnoior. Handbill* Dlitrlbated. Blgna L.nleU up All work »t BM*nwbl« IBstahJH** mMr-street, Newoullo-dJOBMfl dHILu ^TEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box HARRY STEGGA and CO, for Dungaree Trousers (Best American) Moleskin Trousers Working Shirts ami Flannels Mankind, without any common bond, any unity of aim, built upon happiness, has sought each and all to tread their own paths, little heeding if . they trampled upon the bodies ...

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

Liebknecht's Funeral, TilJ-: funeral -of Liebknecht took the form of an imposing demonstration, the numbers tak ing part being variously estim ated at from '100,000 tu 250,000. In addition, the entire population of Berlin seemed to have turned out and lined the route of the procession. It was as if a king was being borne to his Lug sleep. It took the cortege four hours and twenty-five minutes to pass a given point.'-- Thu Herlin correspondent thus describes the ? scene : — The police had -ivon per mission for a funeral procession only on condition that no red flags, banners, or wreaths should be carried. The wreaths were therefore sent in cabs to the cemetery before the procession stiirted. At seven o'clock the first cabs began to arrive, and from that hour until four in the afternoon a ceaseless line of vehicles moved over tin; route from Berlin bearing those iokens of grief and respect, Wreaths of roses, wreaths of eiirmh'nna. wreaths wreathed in ribbons and decked with rosettes i...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ENQUIRY Into Some "Dead Bird " Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

I M ENQUIRY ilnto Some ''Oead Bird' philosophy. I Whether Socialism will' prove the - medium fur improving thp lot of the jujorirv of the toilers still seems very much i» duu,jC- chiefly because its offu advocates appear to bo unable ton'ree 011 any practical method of putting its principles into operation, Jad also because many of those who profess a belief in i'B efficacy are the tirttooive its doctrines e ffect. S It is easy- enough .... to hold a theoretical belief in Socialism 0fany bind so long as lie is not called Upon to sacrifice anything on its be )alf; bul one can imagine the con jiernation which would seize upon tho jverage church dfguitary it asked to sell all that he had and give the pro ceeds to the poor. The only kind of Socialism which can by any possibility benefit the masses is that which will lecure them a larger and more equit able share of leisure and treasure than they at present possess, but it is very questionable if thedoctrinaire believers of the principle...

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

I710R Nic-TIKS. COIJ.AR-), sETlRTS ' 7 A I to, in up-to-duto HAT, Try GILBERT H0KLER, Th-: City Hatter and Mercer, ?37 HUNTER STREET. HOTEL, MAI' LAND ROAD, ISLINGTON None but the Hi'?t Bran i- r.t' Liquors served . Vf-s iiiihiodation f jr B larders. HUGH S0BB, Proprietor.

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 — 29 September 1900

What can you Do ? You can vote the Socialist - icke You ca 1 subscribe for aDd read the Socialist paper You can join the local orga iiation of the. party. You can join the trade union of your craft and help to fijhtits battles, Vou can talk .--ociu ism to the mem ber* nf vnnr union and as a eood 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 leallets and papers issued by t-ie party and make constant efforts to get new subscribers for The People — the paper that represents your class interests, And if you do these things you will feel amply repaid by the growth of Socialism around you, you will feel that your time has been well S/;ent, you will feel that your money has been wisely inveiied ; 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
To Richmond River Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 29 September 1900

To R chmond River Readers. Comrades. — The Upper Richmond Branch of the A S.fj. which was formed l.ist year, has not held a meeting for some time, owing to the fact that some of the members havo left Casino Nevertheless there are a number of Socialists scattered about the district, some are nietr.bers of the Central Branch, and more are unattached, Every reader of The i'eoplk knows that the A.S.L. inten -stoput Six Candidates in the field for the Federal Senate, ihey also know lhat the whole of New South. Wales will h:ive to be canvassed as one electorate : and that that is a ? touah piece of work. In view of the above facts, the members of the Upper Richmond Bra-.ch have decided to re construct on a broader basis. The branch in the future will be known as the R K. Branch, and will embrace the whole of the Richmond 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 \vi ie area over which membe...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FUNERAL OF LIEBKNECHT. Berlin, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

tHfe FUlilBRllL *B LIEBKWEgHT. (From-..' London Justice,' August 18.) Berlin, Sunday Night. The saddest, bat at the same time, the most glorious and in spiring fanction I have ever wit nessed, is over, and our comrade, William Liebknecht, is -\t rest in his honored grave. Delegated by the Executive Council of the S.D.F. to attend the funeral, I left London on Friday accompanied by our com rade, Saunders JacobB, who had been appointed to attend by our Stratford branch, Mrs. Jacobs, and their little boy, who was to re ceive his baptism of continental Socialism. With heavy hearts we arrived in Berlin. To me the sense of personal loss grew keener as we neared Charlcttenburg, and it was with a sinking heart that I climbed the stairs to the well known and modest fourth-door floor flat in the Kantstrasse. Many times before had Lieb knecht cheerily accompanied me, and now the home he loved so .well was desolate. I took with me the wreath, which I had brought from the Executive, of red and w...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MISSION OF SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

THB MISSION OF SOCIALISM. . ' v ? That Socialism ib not a hard times movement (says an Ameri ?can paper) is evidenced by the fact that it has grown irto an organisation of national impor tance while the country is on the very crest of the wave of prosperity. The evolution of the -5ompany and corporation into the truBb has created a revelation to public sentiment in regard to means to be adopted to conserve the liberty of the individual. Socialism is strictly scientific. It takes congnisance of all past conditions of society, traces the influences that have wrought one revolution after another, from the primitive savage who killed his competitor in the struggle ' for existence ; on up through the ages of slavery and feudalism and on to the present era of machinery and capitalism in its fullest development. It takes cognisance of all past histories, and points to the rise of older civilisations and their ruin. All life, even vegetable life, is a struggle for existence, and while civil...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

Key Note. Hoary-headed selfishness bat felt It* death-blow, and is tottering to the grave ; A brighter morn awaits the human day ; 'When every transfer of earth's natural gift* Shall ? be a commerce of good words . andworls; When porerty and wealth, the thirst of fame, The fear of infamy, disease, and . woe, 'Wtr, with ita million horrors, and fie oe hell, 43hall live but in the memory of Time, Who, like a penitent libertine, shall ?tart, Xook back, and shudder at hia younger years. — Shhxit.

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 — 6 October 1900

TA. B R A T hi ? Solicitor. 4c . Court Chiabm, Boltoa Street, * ' Nsraastls ? rTIEUST MONEYS to land— on Seal JL orPer-oail Neeurity. JA.MEB DART, Bolt itor, 4o«, CommiMiooer for Afltdiritt, Boltxm-street ^cweaitlo. A RKIfl, SOLICFTOh 4o. 4c 0 mmiukraer for AfbiariU BOSTON STKEB I Kewoartle. fTPBUST MON1.Y8 lo Lend *t curren J. Bater Mr. W. H. BAEEB. Soli t itor, etc., Comtriistioner for the Austrs an Colonies. Bolt n-street, Newcastle BBoTT a*d WOOD, Solicitor., & X ABTBUB WOOD, Botuy Public Wood'i Chambers Scott-street, New«»-tle. Money tj )e- d in large or ana tonu, mH E IN TEKNAT1ONAL XtfcSOClAUSX ?- LDB. Lord Helton Hotel, Kcnt-otreet, Millers Point, fcjii nsy. All leading Europe in ami Ameri can Socialist organs a d mayaEinea are filed for Members' uip. Committee aoeet* every Thursday at 8 p m, 7HB p BOP Lie AND THE CO' LECTIVIST. lie V* -r:i tor the World's Workets

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Railway & Commissioners and W[?] [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

The Railway 6 mmi$' sioners and W nlns. The railways and tramways of this state are national properties, and are often used as illustrations of Socialism. Now, while all Socialists are agreed that it is a good thing to have them owned by the State and run as they are to-day, and will do all in their power to combat and jealously resent any attempt to change their ownership — a contingency, of course, unlikely to arise. But it is a mistake to call this Social ism, because they are run under capitalist conditions by admini strators of the capitalist class. It is true that, notwithstanding this, our railways and tramways are a magnificent possession, and it is better for the State and workers that the profit-mongers and fleecers have not control of them. Indirectly they have con trol, because the railways and tramways represent the principle asset in connection with the public debt. Up to last year the total of borrowed money sunk in their construction came to £41,22(5,478; after payin...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIEBKNECHT. SOME PRESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

LIEBKNECHT. SOME PRESS NOTICES. Gbbman Social Democracy has sustained a heavy blow, and its grirf will be shared in all civilised lands, where the workers have awakened to a consciousness of their class. The German Party has become strong and numerous, anS it is rich in vonnff blood : it will car y on its victorious pro gre-s, but it wiil often miss the good counsels of its Grand Old Man. — he Avanti, the chief organ of Italian ckc el ism. Friends and enemies alike, whatever view they took ? f the social principles, recognised tli ? pure, unselfish devotion of the man to his communistic ideals, wbioh he regarded as the one hope of society, and for which through a life of self-imposed poverty, in cessant toil, and frequent imprison ment, he fought and labored with an ardour, a tenacity, and a hero ism which, had they been displayed in some other cause, and without those elements of fanatical hatred and suspicion which are so naturally generated in the perse cuted revolutionary reform...

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 — 6 October 1900

To R chmond River Readers. V ? Comrades. — The Uppe' Richmond Branch of the A 3. F,. which was formed list 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 centra1 Branch and mere are unattached, Every reade' of Tub Hboplb knows that the X S.L. intends to put bis Can li.la.tes in th» field for the Federal Senate 1 hey also know lhai 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 facts, the membets of the Upper Richmond Bra ch have decided to re construct on a broader basis. The branch in the fuiure will be known as the K H. 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 to the wide area over which members ar...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900

GLEANINGS. Doting last week a strike of boot factory girl workers took ( place in an establishment near Brisbane. Blocking the girls from recreation before working hours was the cause. The firm say* the girls play interfered with business. Such is the ravening profit-lust of our profit grinders they would stop childrsn playing ? Queensland Worker. Coont Tolstoi is engaged in « rit« I ing a book detailing the effects of excessive hours of libou- upon the Bi-sian railway employees, who often work thirty-six hours at a' stretch. It is said to be a terrible pi ture ot the human degradation which always marks *he wage aye tam. The growth of capitalism in Russia carries with it the same horrors and infamies which marked ts progress in England during the first h J/ of the |,reneDt century, and which ae so vividly described by Marx in his famous - hapter on ' The Wcking Da-' contained in 'Capital.' — o — Sli 1 De Wet 1 A a th* moon rues, out flash tho lamp signals: 1 Be on your guard. De We...

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 — 6 October 1900

What can yon Do ? You can vote the Socialist ticke You ca ? subscribe for and read the Socia'ist paper You can join the local orga i nation of the party. You can join the trade union of your craft and help to fight its battles. You can talk racialism to the mem berg of your union and as a good union ist you wiil command their respect. You can buy racialist books and DamDhleis. read and study them, and then lend o- give them to your fellow workers. You can distribute leaflets' and papers issued by tie party and make constant efforts to get new subscribers for The People — the paper that represents your class interests. And if you do these things you will feel amply repaid by the growth of Socialism around you, you will feel that your timp lias r-een we 1 s ent, you will feel that your morey has been wisely invea'td ; \ ou will know thit you have brought nearer t»-e daw . of freedom for yourself, y.-ur wife an 1 children, and your toiling comrades.

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