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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
Headquarters : f'^BX HAIL i»1 UA6T-BRI-A IH i-T'RIO bTUSKY. Ns-.W. OBJKCTM. i'i,r e-inb iihtuenl 'it « Oo-o»er»tlw Comtnoo »v, ic fouixiwl on th« collect!*- ownemblp of -? - b. il aim I be toon nl brodnoclou METHOD*. The iDdiiaulkl and political orgnnuatlon o- the workers the holding of lectures, the distribution 01 nxrature, and the eleotion of BoCUliflU to all public nodte«. Municipal OouncllB and Farlla^ ''' ' MKMBKHBHIP. IVonernon slia:l be eligible for membrnblp lc ijr branch of this League who Ib a member o attl other political organisation, i'ersona deah . cm of iolulnu eb»ll be en--wii thi« rule, in or » «ut they may p.cdge themwlvcs thereto. N.-.tt. OBNBBAL BXKCUTIVB (.MAS. U. BABL W, Hon. Gen o '
HETTON LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
— u ? HBTTON LODGE. At its last meeting Hetton Lodge elected officers as follows : — Chairman, Mr. J. Brock ; Secre tary, M r. W. Hesketh ; Treasurer, Mr. W. Dyett ; Delegate, Mr. H. Toll; Auditors, Mess a Thomson and Kell ; Scrutineers for cavil, Messrs. Guyatt and Thomson ; Oheck'weighmen, Messrs. J Thorn ton and J Hicks ; Committee, Mess s. F. Guyatt, M. Harrington, J. Phillips and J. Brock. A communication was read calling for nominations for the office ( f district treasure . Mr. M. Charlton and Mr. T. Wilson were put forward for nomination, Mr. Charlton being the selected candidate by 17 to 14. The secretary rexd the quarterly balance sheet which showed as follows : L ical and General Fund : Income, £185 9s 3d ; Expenditure. £168 2s 6d ; Balance in hand, £17 6s 9d ; Acoident Fund, Income for Quarter, £56 2s 2d ; Expenditure for qua'ter, £26 Go S I ; Balance, £29 15s lid. Mr. Thompson reported having audited the bcoks and certified as to the creditab e manner in which thi-y had...
NEWCASTLE WHARF-LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
NEWCASTLE WHAi»F LABO.REKS. ,,The ueual meeting held on Tuesday evening, Mr. J. Devine in tho chair. Correspondence was received from Pipe-Major Alien ag eeing to play gratis for the union on Eip;ht hour day. Resolved to thank Mr. A leu for his offe'. Mr. Bansen reported having secured the services of two wool gongs and leaders for (he Eight hour procession. Messrs Pevine and Stevens re port d the business transacted by the Eiyht hour rlemons4ration com mittee. Reports received. Resolved that the matter of engaging the men to carry Eight honr banner be lt-ffc to Messrs Devine and fftcvens. Notice ? f motion by Mr. Keat ing : ' 1 hat the uuion organise a i-eries of monthly concerts, the proceeds to go to the benefit of the funds of union, and that on Eight hour night this union hold a smoke concert.' Secretary read financial state ment and reported progress of union, the financial statement was received and adopted as correct, the report being considered very satisfacto'y. While the ...
SEAHAM MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
SEAHAM MINERS. Meeting in Leslie's Hal), Mr. W. Johnson presiding, A notice of motion was received from the committee : ' That the miners called out to wheel receive 9s per day instead of 8s 6d.' Beaolved that we uphold the action of the committee and that a deputation consisting of the officers inform the Manager (Mr. A, Fairley) of the decision of the meoting Eesolved that the chairman's salary be raised to £1 per quarter. Election of officers for the en suing quarter resulted as follows : Chairman, W. Johnson ; Secretary, J. Stenhouse ; Treasurer, J, irhaw ; Delegate, D. Evans ; Weighman, ir. Strachan ; Deputy Weighman, A. Fisher ; Pick boy, E. Brennan ; Scrutineers, T. Coats . A. Fisher ; Auditors, W. Chalmers, 8. J. Timmins ; Check-Inspector, A. Fisher ; Committee-men, A. Newal, A. Cowie, W. Chalmers, J. Richardson, The roll was then called and the meeting closed.
SALMAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
SALMAGUNDI. NswoAsris Eight-hour Com mittee Delegates won't have any bally Socialist* talking at their de monstration. They much prefer that the scab Doliticiau and the sweating ayndtoator shall lead them forward in their fight (?) for a legalised Eight hours' Day ? \J—~ Isn't it about time the New castle Socialists decided to ' shake the slumber from their eyes,' and get down to organising work 'or the forthcoming Federal Figbt ? — o — Will John Norton be the nomi nee of the McGowenites for the Senate? t — 0 — Wyndham, Parliamentary Un der-Secretary of the War Office in the British Plunder Government, was refused a hearing by a Bat teraea au^ienoe whom he essayed to address. ?*.— o— Up Narrabri way, the local ' La bar' .League held a meeting, an4 reso'ved to ask Griffith, M.P., to contest the electorate for the FederalHonse of Representative*, and also to requ-nt John Norton to ran for the Senate. A I Parlia mentarians are 'Labor' men now, and the ' Labor' League people don't worry...
NEWCASTLE EIGHT-HOUR COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
Nri.VOASTLE alGHT-HOUB COMMUTE- . Met at the Trades Hall on Tuesday night, President in the chair. Two teruln'H were received i'or sui'ply of luncheon, Mr. Webber at 2s 6d per head and Mr. Nesbitt 2s 6d per head. The tend, r tf Mr Webber was accepted. Ten buune ? carriers wu-e noniin at-d and accepted. On notice of motion, Delegate Powell rpovecl iiule 19 be altered to empower the officers to call first meeting each year. The motion was carried. The route for the Procession was approved, and places allotted. Resolved to invite the General Secretary of the C.E F. to attend the demonstration. £l motion to send an invitation to the Mayor of -Newcastle was carried in spite of strong opposi tion, Epsolved to forward invitations to the press. Marshals for the procession v ere appointed, viz , MeRsrs. Rigby, Powell and Walker. Messrs. Stevenp, fticrgan and Houston were elected a souvenir committee.
England's War of Plunder. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
England's War of Plander. ' No extenuating circumstances ior this war. No redeeming tr»it in. H.i Robbery and theft— theft and robbe y ; worse t au common mmder for theft and robbery. Far worse because more cowaidij. Bill Sykei, the honae- breaker, is only a man against: a man — maybe ? several men. He risks his life, he dares the law, the police, human society. He in a nero in his way — a hero of the gOlow'. The elimi nate who undertook this '-outh African war as a simple affair of business, as a job by whioh heaps ofgold and of diamond* are to b earned, they risk nothing. They ?end other* to rob and mnrder and to bear the risk of robot r; a' d mnrder. They dan nothing and there is nobody they have to fear The law is on their tide. And the numbers. It is not one to one, as Bill Hykes and his victim. It it 300,000,000 against 300,000 A million against a thousand ; a thousand against one !' — VVil H1LM LlIBKNKCHT.
Not ss Humane as Red Indians. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
Not ss Humane as Red Indians. Sib Wm.F. Bullbr. who is not in favour of the war in South Afri - ca, and is happily out of the wicked fray, writes thus in one of bia books ar-out the Red Indians, wittt whom he came into contact when serving under Lord Woleeley, in the quelling of the Canadian North Wesfc rebellion :,., ' If one child starves in an In dian camp yon may know that in e-ery lodge scarcity i* universal and eve'y stomach is hungry. ? oor, poo fellow (the Indian), his vir ? tues are all his own ; his noble traits come from the instinct of Good which the Great Spirit has taught him. They are fast going, and soon v hey will ail be gone : b .t in after times men will judge more justly the poot wild creatures whom - to-day we kill and vilify ; men will admit that the wild red man. if more jf the savage, was in^ finitely Je*s of the. jrute than the white ruffian »ho destroyed him.' If Londoners were as humane as those savages we should not have ten* of thousands of children go i...
The Awakening of Asia. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 October 1900
The Awakening of Asia. Thk People's reprint of H. M. Hvndman's uplemid articl- in Juttice should not fail -to prove a regular eve-opener to tt'one people ?who cannot clearly fee the inner1 workings of capitalism. Hyndmon pertinently ask*, re the attitode of Anti-Boer journal* in England wbicb cry ' bands on ' in China. '? Why this Little Englandiam' all of a sudden 1 Because tne job is too big. Because we have enough on our hands eloewhere.' Well, yes, I think so,|for one reason ; -and another rea on^tbe Socialist's, not the capitalist's) that the B i tish workman will not get the ghost of an atom of benefit from either the temporary or the perma nent occupation of China by Bri tain, for the good and sufficient rea-on that Thomas Workman does not yet control B itain'a interna tional comme ie By the way, Mr. Editor, what is the Britivh worke. '? share of the £80,000,000 which Britain ianu ally draws from India. Perhana the following is some of it. A girl employed by tie controller of...
THE CAPITALISTS' CALCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
the CAPITALISTS' CALCU LATION. As already stated, the steam plough does as much work in one hour at a cost of threepence as 66 men at a cost of 15s. I re turn to this example to clear up an erroneous notion. The 15s. arc bv no means the expression ? ,jn money of all the labor ex pended in one hour by the 66 men. If the ratio of surplus j labor to necessary labor was 100 ! per cent., these 66, men would produce in one hour a value of 30g although their wages — fifteen shillings represented only their labor for half-an-hour. Suppose, then, a machine cost as much as the wages for a year of the 150 men it displaces — Bay £3,000— this £3,000 is by no means the expression in money of the labor added to the object produced by these 150 men be fore the introduction of the ma ? chine, but only of that portion of the year's labor which was ex pended for themselves and repre sented by their wages. On the . other hand the £3,000 — the money of the machine —expresses :all the labor expended in i...
FORCES OF NATURE. THAT ARE PLACED IN THE CAPITALISTS HANDS BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
FORCES OF NATURE, i THAT ARE PLACED IN THE CAPITALISTS HANDS BY — machinery. THE productive foices result ing from co-operation and divi sion of labor cost capital nothing. They are natural forces of social labor. So, also, physical forces, like steam, water, etc., when ap propriated to productive pro cesses, cost nothing. But just as a man requires lungs to breathe with, so he requires something that is work of man's hand in order to consume physical forces productively. water. wheel is necessary to exploit the force of water and a steamship to exploit the elasticity of steam. Once discovered, the law of the devia tion of the magnetic needle in the field of an electric current or the law of magnetisation of iron, around which an electric current circulates. COST NEVER A PENNY. t But the exploitation of these laws for the purpose of telegraphy, etc., necessitates a costly and extensive apparatus. The tool, as we have said, is not exterminated by the machine. From being a dwarf imple...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
IMPORTANT. AENTSsnd Subscribers. n-. . n requested io- make tueir monthly or quarterly r^mi'tance- io Thf i bopie p'.-rapilv her -' is j»o banking accuunt behind this paper »nd wbe'i »e are called upon to .Mfflffirour in. ney for an indefinite period, it be comes a serious ' Vi.atter, affecting toi a \ery great eiu-nt- the production «.f the paper A .inle thouiihtfalnesa on the phrr. ol t e customers woula raal-e the tusk of producingTiiK PidPLi a mu ?ghter onc i at fot prett'nt' '*? H E. HOlAAlH) . Maowng-£ iu-r. ; hTEARN'S RO'XCH KILLER . Kills 'euu in Thousands. Is Box
THE STEEL RAILS GRAB. THE STATE TO SUBSIDISE THE SYNDICATE. PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND PUBLIC MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
THE STBBL BAILS GRAB. THE STATE TO SUBSIDISE THE SYNDICATE. PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND PUBLIC MONEY. Premier Lyne ill the course -of his budget speech stated' that £10,000 had been deposited by a syndicate which intends starting the iron and steel industry. ' He said also that' he had promised to help the concern alorig by giving it a contract yearly for 100,000 steel rails for the railways— one of the conditions stipulated for by this benevolent enterprise. Australia has not yet been able to supply, by local production, the iron and steel requirements of public and private enterprise, and the reason advanced for this is. that the market is too circum scribed to induce capitalists to embark In the industry. The late Mr. Mitchell, who was «on nected with the agitation, worked unceasingly to obtain a conces sion similar to the above from several past Governments, but was unsuccessful. The last oc casion on which the question was before Parliament it was stated that the Westminster Bank, L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
? fTl A. B R A T l _L ? Solicitor. Ac. Court Chamber*, Belton Street, ? ? Newcastle ? ? 'fTIBUliT MOflKTSto lend— on Beal _L or Personal Security. JAMES DART, Solicitor, Ac., Commiwioner for Affidavit*, Bolton -street vewca*tle. A. RE ID, SOLICITOB &e. Ac 0 mmidioner for Affidavit* BOLTON STREET Newcastle. TBUcST HON KY8 to Lend at curren Bate*. Mr. W. HBAK^R, Soli citor, etc., Committioner to a the'Awtra an Colonic*. Bolton -street, Newcaitle BBOTT aBd WOOD, Solicitor*, & J. ABTHXJB WOOD, Notary Fablio. Wood's Cbamben, Scott-* tree t, NewuMtle. Money to lend in large or ?ma (omit The in te bn a t i o it a l SOCIALIST lLUB, Lord Nel»on Hotel, Kent-*treet, Miller! Point. Syd ney. All leading Europe to and Ameri can Soeialiit organ* a d maga*ine» are filed for Members' u»e. Committee meet* every Thnnday at 8 p.m, 7 HM Pfi OPLE AND THE COt.LECTIVTST. The World for the WdridVWorker*
Irresponsible and Conscienceless Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
Irresponsible and 6on' ' scienceless Commerce. i N * What will not peop.e do fo' profit ! According to a recent statement by Mr- Wyndham in the House of Commons, British firma have supplied to .China, within the last five years, 71 guns of position, 123 field guns, 297 michine guns, and many millions * of rounds of ammunition ; and | German firms have supplied 460 1 000 Mauser rifles, and three million rounds of ammunition. How many thousand'} of British and German and oth-r soldiers may yet be slain by these weapons ! In the name of civilisation and progress, we compel the Chin- so, I by oar gun-boats. to oDen their ports to our commerce. Through those opened ports we send them opium, by which mi lions of China men are demoralised, but out of which British merchants and even the Indian Government make gain. Through tho?e opened ports we send them also scientific weapons of destruction, which belch out fire upon us and our kindred and allies ; but out of which manu factnrers and mer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
GILBlRT BROS. COACH FACTORY, 355 & 357 Hnnter St. west. EVERY Description of VESICLE built to' Orcfer. Of the Newest Design, with the BEST MATERIALS Carnages Sulkies, Buggies, Spring Carts eto ESTIMATES GIVEN Repairs Pramptly Executed. Sulkies a Speciality, DAN COYIiE, Hairdresser Tobacconist 26 Hunter Street, Newcastle ^^^^Solicits a Share of Your Patronage ARTIFICIAL TEBTh. Old Plates repaired & remodelled; blacka£l~& hunt Cqemista and Dentists, Hunter Street, Newcastle, and Kemp-street, Wall send. Mr. Blackall may be consulted at the Wallsend establishment on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. „J. P. MACLEAN, Hannbll St., Wickham, Near A^J.8. Bank, JOB Good ^Groceries and Good 1 Value.
A Sample of British Political Inequality. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 October 1900
fl Sample of British Political Inequality. The Labor Herald, says : — ' There are 6,5000 freeholJ voters in Pudsey Division. That is to say that property , owners, who do not live in t'udsey Division, may decide who shall represent' the people of Pudsey in Parliament. ' We are willing to sacrifice any amount of lives and wealth in order to obtain political equality for the 'Out landers in the ransvaai, but we don t lift our l'ttle finger to obtain it for ourselves. 'We ' strain at a gnat and swallow a camel,' If it i3 so essential for Eng!i-hmen in a foreign land to have equal political fights, that we will jeopardise the security of tho l-.mpire to 'eoure them, why are we content to allow such ylarin^ political inequalities to exist in our own country ?' —