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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

J. P. MACLEAN, HANNELL ST., WI6KHHM, I aUxH A.J.b Ba.SK, FOB Good Groceries &6o»J Value Socialist Directory. AO T GENERAL EXECD .O.JLi. T1VE.— Meets a Headquarters every Thursday Night. CHAS. M. BARLOW, Hon. Gen. Sec Q T CENTRAL 'RANCH, Headquartere— 251 Castlereagh-itreet. Sydney. Committee meets every Tuesday. 8 p. -a. Meeting* of Members every leoud Tueolay, 8 p m- Lecture* every Sundav night at 8, J. TRAVIS RS. Hon. Financial Secretary Q T ECONOMro CLASS ? Ij.ij. Sydney and Ssburb* Meet? at Headquarter*, ever/ Saturday, 8 p.m sharp. ~7 . NEWCASTLE BRANCH .'\ ? J lj Meet* aa notified, I. ASKEW, Hon See. 98 Hunter, itreet West. y*wc**tle t ^ WATKBLOO BRANCH ?'V O . ? Meet* altera. Wedaetday Night at the Meihodi*t Schoolroom, Raglan-atreet. M. ( 'COJTNOR- Hon. Sec, 1 5 Raglan-street Alexandria. AO T NEWTOWN Branch ? O.XJ. Monthly Meetings at St. George's Hall (Club Rooms), second Wednesday. ALF. J. SHIRLLEY.Hon. tlec. Horden-street, Newtown. O T LEICHHARDT Br'n' .io.JU. Mon...

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

Newcastle. . On Sunday afternooii last Comrades Askew and Batho visited Lambton Park and ther spoke to fair though somewhat apathetic audience. At night the branch held a very auccesi ful meeting at New L&mbtou. Members aud inteuding members .are here notified that the branch meets at Broadmeadow this Saturday night at 7.30 o* slock. Members are requested to be present. Business important.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A COLORED MARK Alongside nf this signifies that 70U £t SDB:CRiraON IS OVERDUE, and should be forwarded to the decreta y, at Headquarter* -2 -1 CAsThEREAQB STREEr SYDNEY.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREAT BRITAIN. Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

GREAT BRITAIN. Municipal Elections. The distinguishing and inspiriting feature of the local elections in England and Scotland in November, last is the facc that the Sociali-is have earned such recognition that onr enemies-^— fory and Lib erals, progressives and moderates, — have been com pelled to unite to keep us out of power. For the time being the move has been to some extent successful, but the ultimate results mean an infusion of -vigor and enthusiasm that at *he next general election ?wil\ be responsible tor the appearance on the floor of the British Parliament of the first ocialis* members. Meanwhile, the resnlts of the elections leave the movement with the gain of a couple of seats ; although in West Ham a reverse has has been met with. I West Ham. This contest deserves more than a passing notice. This Town Council is ab solutely the first on which in England there sat a working class majority. The Socialist candidates in their address point out the following i — ?? For the ...

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 January 1900

NOW BEING SHOWN &MY SBOPi Spring and Summer Shipments of Drapery Ex s.s. Australasia, 8 caws ,, Heraphiae 3 „ Orizaba 1 „ 8alamis 2 Total 14 ?Comprising all the latest'Novelties of the 8eason, Value* bftter than ever. J. H. PHIL POTTS, 35i and *53 HUNTEB ST. WEST.

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A Fable. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A Pable. There was onee a burg'ar who broke into the residence of a Doctor of Uivinity, with fcbs purpose of Benevolently Assimi lating sundry valuable articles possessed by the reverend gentle man. While the burglar was en gaged in this^ask he was surprised by tbe clergyman, whom be at once covered with a revolve , to prevent him from making *n out cry , Ths pons man resolved to a^ppetl to tbe burglar's conscience, and exhorted him to ref ain from the intended robbery, telling him that if he persisted in his evil ways he would looa* his precious soul. ' That would have been true,*' replied the buvgUr, ' had yon preachsd -t to me before I pried open vour window. Bnt now that I hsve commenced ths theft these m »ral questions have nothing to do with the case.' I Ths Clergyman was greatly shocked at this rep y and the lack of morality whien it indicated. ' My dear brother,' said he, ' do you not know that it is always wrong to commit a crime f lte pent while thsre is yet time. While ti...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Change Conditions. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

Ghangc (Conditions. 1 It reems «to me that we are always mistaking onr conditions for our natures, and saying that human nature is greedy and- mean and false and cruel, when only its conditions a e so. We say you mu*t chalice bnmaa nature if von with to have human br therhood ; bnfc we really mean that you mast change haman conditions, and this is quite feasible. It bas alway* been better than itR condition', although many sages have tried to revert tho old kindness as would forbid the cmstacean a change of shell. The state of the crusta cean after this change takes place is perilous, but with ell its dxngers it is not in perilous as the effort to keep its old shell on for ever would be. — W.D. How ells.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

6ARRINGTON FISH & OYSTER SALOON, 56 Hunter St. Next Crystal Palace Hotel. ifnHE Best of FISH and OYSTERS .X always on ba- d e. MneREE & eo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Absent-minded Beggars. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

lAbsenUminded Beggars.. Whci you've finished shouting wildly, j£££when you've sung your slavish songs, Will you stand awhile and cudgel up your brains ? 'Why should we rob our brother, .or r**^do him areviom wrong*, To aid the Chartared Comp'ny in its ; aims f You are muddlo-headed beggars, and your atupidnem is great If you think the rich will love you any mora When you've aent your sons on servioe, just to strengthen greed and hate, .Aa you've done so many, many times before. Your son— my son — sons of the work ing men — :Fifty thousand victims are going to Table' Bay. Hosts will be crippled, aome we shan't see again ; .And, besides our children murdered* the bill we, too* must pay. The poor man in the army, and the ' poor civilian too, :is a pretty alavish fellow in his love ; The one must aa-c permission, and. the other wages sue, .. . .If he to holy wedlock's state would move. .But woe to the married soldiers who are hurried to the front, ?Cast into the storm of fire, like worn...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The People." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

' The People.' Note. — All subscriptions are pay . able in advance. Subscribe re resident tin Sydney and suburbs should pay to 'the General Secretary, A. S.L. New ? castle and country subscriptions ihould be forwarded to the Managing Editor, '98 Hunter-st. West, Newcastle. Subs rec -ived : Newcastle Omoi, R.T., Merewether, 2s ; A.R., Mere wether, Is ; T.B., Mere wether, Is ; W.C., Merewether, Is 3d ; J.P., Merewether, Is ; * ?C.W., Merewether, Is ; B.D., Merewether, Is ; W.R.L., New 'Park, Casino, 4s ; C.S., Newcastle ?West, Is : J.R., Newcastle, 1h. Syc *ky Office J.T.M., Is ; T.J., Is ; J.A., 4s ; F.S., 4s ; D.C., 4s ; R.N., Is.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

HARRY STEGQA 6 CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STORE in the NOkTHEBN DISTRICT, J

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The Next Year's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

The Next Year's Work. ' To-morrow in Sydney Domain the League will have the flags flying and the van in requisition ; and to make a start lor a solid year's propaganda, by means of .resolutions the position of the workers will be clearly pointed out to them and the methods neces sary to to emerge from wage-slavery to freedoiA enunciated. It has been hard work during the past twelve months, but the result has been a steady acquisition of good and reliable members. The League will do even better in the coming year if members will rally round us as they have done in the past. So be present in num bers, comrades, aud give a vigorous lift to start the further advance. Below are the speakers and resolutions : Comrade Drake to move, Comrade Morrish to second : Whereas during the nineteenth cen tury the inventive and scientific genius of man h*a evolved ma chinery whioh has increased tLe productive power of the race by many thousand fold, and whereas the creation of machinery has led to the...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. Peace, Patriotism, Power. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS. Peace, patriotism, Power. Comrade Andrew Thomson re turned from Brisbane for a weak to spend Xtnfta at home, and occupied the platform on Sunday night last, his subject being as above. A large crowd signified pleasure at his. being amongst us again, and although he stated that not having been speaking lately, he felt somewhat unprepared, the audience found him as humorous and as luminous as ever. He said that practically there was | no peace in the world to-day. , Throughout nature there waa a struggle' for existence in both the animal and vegetable kingdoms, but it 1 waa the struggle in society that he would speak of more particularly. There was a struggle to-day between the class who have leisure, and the class who have no leisure, cover it up aa we may that struggle existed. Political ' invertebrates (including labor invertebrates might endeavor to cloud the issue in their interests, but it could not be settled in that way. Look at that meeting in west Sydney las...

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

The Rext Change. I Eighty years ago there were no sewing machines, no steam machinery, no motor cars, no Lucifer matches, ho pneumatic bicycles, no phonograph, no typewriting machines, no electric light, no electric motors, no palace cars, no dining cars, no sixty miles an hour engines, no twenty-two knot steamers, no thirty-knot torpedo boats, no free education, no breech-loading -guns, no Maxim guns, no Suez canal, no woman cyclists, no woman doctors, no woman clerks, no woman bargers, no woman golfers, no steel steamers, no triple expansion engines, no refrigerators, no free libraries, no telephones, no telegraphs. What wonders will the next eighty years produce ?—3riffham Bugier. The next great wonder that ought to be produced is to dis cover a plan, and put it into operation, that will give the masses of the people the benefits that arjse out of these wonderB. — Living Jttues,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Modern Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

The Modern Woman. Mr. Herbert Jamieson,' writing-on - thfr above- subject- in the Vestmintttr Review , says : ' She5is thechildof the swiftest arid coin^letest evolution time has ever known ; a few years ago a domestic slave held in thrall and master, she has burst one by Oiie every bar . of that subtly-gilded cage of convention beyond which her sanctified imagination never used to stray. The world has generally stood very much in the -position of an old-fashioned gen tleman of somewhat bigoted ten dencies, before whose astonished gaze the ' new woman ' has for the first time pedalled. You may dilate as you please on her inner virtues, her wealth of culture, her moral and spiritual fitness ; he is blind to everything save that appalling costume. For him, as for thousands of unenlightened others, the * new woman ' was just rational. Apart from the question of clothes she was never considered . Skirts or no skirts, these were the only alternatives on which her conviction or dis charge...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Industrial Paradox. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

An Industrial Paradox. There are far more doctors / being turned out than can secure patients. There are more lawyers gradu ating than there are clients. There are more bookkeepers, stenographers qualifying than there are positions. There are more mechanics, electricians and engineers than there are places to fill. There are more laborers than there are holes to dig. There are too many farmers, producing, too much to eat. There are more houses built than the people will occupy. There is more clothing pro duced than the people can well wear out. There is an overproduction everywhere. Yet thousands and thousands . die from the want of food and medical care. H

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A Sample Copy of this I Paper is an invitation to I Subscribe. ? ? ? I

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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

Key Note. All the past we leave behind. We deloucheupona newer mightier world— varied world ; . . . Fresh and strong the world we eeizei world of labor, and we march, Pioneers ! Oh Pioneer*, ! .v-...; ? WmiacaJt.' _ - ?? :: T THE PEOPZ-E AMD THB COLLECTIVISM TheWorid lor«he World's Wocfceis. ? '' ^ - '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

A Thin Refreshing Beverage ! CADBURY'S ''£»*' -^-XOCOA. ^ HOICB FRESH FI8H De Were a all parts of the District. Sup} lies ol i nglith Fiesb frith always on hand* 8- DARK. Newcastle Ice ud 'Retrigi rating Works jjT VINCENT Per » Gheap * Produce. {TABLE POULTRY Pure-bred Minoraeand Legborpe Ecgs iu season. ( CH1BLT(mi ST', Newcastle ~We«t, Hear Cottage Bridge ? R. THOMSON, Watchmaker & Jeweller. All Bspairs Gnatanteed. Bicgi, Brooches, etc.. mane to order. 14!-|HTJNTEB ST. WEST. Newcastle Wanted Known (that MOASE BROTHERS (FAMILY GROCER*) adflreaa is 347 HUNTER STREET WEST (Corner of LnionSt.t, Newcastle.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 6 January 1900

WHAT SOCIALISM IS. THB ethics of Socialism are identical with tbe ethics of.Ubrlstianity. — Encyclopedia Brittanlca. The abolition of that individual action on whloh modem societies depend, and the substitution ot \ regulated system of co-operative aotion. — Impe- rial Dictionary. A theory of- society that adroeatss a more pre cite, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relatione of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed.— Webster. Aaclenoeof rocons .ructlng society on aa en tire' y new basis by instituting the principle of aaaooiation for that ot competition in everj branch ot haman iadnstry.— Woroeiter's Dlotiorary. Any theory or syttem ot local organisation whloh would abolish sntirely or in great part, the individual effort aud competition on whioh modern scelety rests, and substitute co-operation; would introduce a more perfeot and equal diitri. bntlon of the produots of labor, and would mtke land and«apltal, as the instruments of produc tion, the Joint poss...

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