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Thieves of the Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

Thieves of the Stock Exchange. Ah usua1, it h to the C-tock Ex change we have to go to sound the depths of unscrupulous callousness. On -'hu-sday, Dec. 14th, a rumour was set afloat on the London Kx change that buller had lelieved Ladysmith and captured 4,000 Boers -outh African shares im mediately stiffened in price On Friday the mysterious/ whisper again went the round, this time the captured Boers numbered 10,0j0 The result was some thing like a boom in .'frican stock, and those who had been buying heavily at a low figure sold out at handsome profit. On that very day, whilst business patriots, who san; ' : ule Britannia' and 'God ave the Queen ' the day war was declared, were making th usands, tienoral Bullerwas seeing liis men go down in hundreds befo-e the enemv, and finally had to retire de feated. Next morning, when tlst tiuth was known, the market dropped lower than ever, and the scoundrels wh - sold high the day J before were able to buy cheap what j they had the day before...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialists at Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

Socialisis at Stockton. At Stockton Oil Monday evening a very successful meeting was held, Mr. l-'uller presiding. H. E. Holland was the speaker, arid with the aid of the diagrams he ko;--t the audience in terested for. an hour and a half, during which nine scarcely a iiisseiiuiig voice was heard in tho crowd. At the conclusion of the address, a number of -|U«slions were asked and answered. Comrade Askew spoke briefly about 'Pus I'koiv.e, and some 20 new sub scribers were addressed to . tho per- ' nvmeut list of the organ of Socialism. On the motion of tho chairman, who mentioned that ho had been a mem ber of the A.S.L. in Sydney years ago, a voto of thanks was accorded th speakers. Mr. Fuller (who hinted thai; it woukl not bo a batl thing for speakers to visit Stockton of tenor) wasalsogiven a vote of thank's for presiding, and a most en:ouraging meeting was brought to a close.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Patriotism of the Plute. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

The Patriotism of the | Piute. ' I Nea-er home \ve find the .same form of patriotism 1 he Govern ment require coal, and the patriots who own the coal mines are charg ing the Government 6s. per ton over the market rates, every (.ennv of which is 1 obbery, since miners' waces remain the same. Not only the Government but the citizens ae beiug swindled in the' same unscrupulous fashion. Household coal has trone up by ?!?-. a ton in London and 2b in' Glasgow. I his mean- inc eased hardship to the poor in this bitter cold weather, but tbey are war prices, and the true patriot must pay and not grumble. These who have to gn without fi'o are consoled with the thought that it is all lor the good of their country. Nor have - yet seen one word. of pr.test in the press against this barefaced swindle. Hal the miners bten taking .-ulvatifngu of the sit nation to doubletheir wages, whatan out cry there would have been. As patriotism is putting many extra millions yearh into the capacious pockets of...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

THE BKRN0HES. Newcastle. On Saturday evening last this branch met at liroitdmeadow, Com rade Hari :.j presiding. Reports were submitted ot the various 'meetings held, and fixtures were made as follows : Tighes' Mill, liosedalo Hall, Sun uiiv, r uu, xo , v/imi jv.ilu » u ^ 'iiuu-nu j Saturday evening, February 24 ; Dud ley Sunday evening, February So. Cor respondence was received from General .Secretary re capitation aud sustentation lees, ifce. It was decided to allow this niatter to stand until the next meeting, ,uid it was decided tli.it the election of oiHoers for the ensuing, half year should also lake' place at the following meeting. Kvery mem ber is therefore urged to attend on Saturday, February 17.

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 — 10 February 1900

GLEANINGS. 'ixteen ounces of. i:o!d is sufficient to gild a wire that would eneirc e the earth. A (J ft. seam of coal has been recently discove ed at Donnybrook, West Australia. '1 he British re* ularand volunteer forces now m outh Atrica number 121,000. This is the greatest military concentration in the history of the British Empire, — 0 Mulha'l pays that in t.he ninety years ending with lSS'ii the losses in battle have been 4,4-17,000. The combined Boer armies num ber M0 000, many of whom are boys from 14 upwards and old men. —0 — It was Bisma ck who said that England's supremacy would find its g.-ave in South Africa. — o - Lyddite is six times more powerful thau nitro-glycerine. a'nd safer to handle. A Christian weapon — o — Last year 1,743 British com panies were wound .up,' the capital involved b?ing £66,000,00. Eisrhty per cent, were liquidated without public investigation; Poor old honest toil. In thirty-five se)ected_urb»n dis tricts of England 317,388 persons received paupe...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Co-operative Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

The Co-operative Common wealth. This readable and very instructive work, now under discussion at the A. S.L. Economic class at headquarters, has been out of stock for\a month past. The author, Laurence Gron luud. after arivinL'a lifetime tothestudv of sociology, has recently died in New York a. poor mail. The Central branch A.S.L. has now bought the entire Australian stock of this; the best of his efforts. It is not a big lot, and will probably be ???old out within a couple of weeks, so readers desirous of obtaining a copy had bp.tter send their orders at once. The cloth-bound red cover edition (Swan Sonnenschein International Science Library) is to be had at Is (id ; posted ls'.ld. 'l'ho published price is '2s (id. There is also a legibly printed paper cover edition -m good paper at Is : posted Is .'id. Send your orders to headquarters.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Do the Soldiers want to Fight. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

POin.^L AND ECONOMIC Do the Soldiers want to Fight. ertainly, the disproportionate number of British pnsono s taken during the campaign calls for some adequate explanation. Xever. j since the great French War's, have so many of our soldiers thrown 1 down thei - arms to a foe. Most ^ nf the l'-oers speak English, and perhaps Tonomy doesn't under - stand why they should b.- but che ed, espeeta ly as their kind nen to wounded and to piisoners is letter known *t the front than by reader* of the Daily Liar at home, ' hen the rebellion in Cape * olony is fast developing into a ; revolution. And if Bullet' fail on the Tuge a River, a m- st dangerous international 'sitnution will ^.ri^e. And all for the tine eyes of Joseph. — Makxian in the Labor Leader

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Agitation Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

General agitation Fund. 'J liis '? mid Ins been opened by the General Executive of tiie A.S.L. for the purpose of creating a Fund to be disbursed iu tho publication aud dis tribution of literature. All contribu tions to be sent to Headquarters, '-'51 Castlereagh-street, to secretaries of branches, or to Newcastle Bianch. Re Xmas Gift, £2 10s.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Trustification. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

Mote Trustification. The Shoe Muchineiy Trust, just, organis-d under the iaws of Ne\y Jersey with 3 000,0t)Ddo's capital, will have the shoe industry firmly by the threat. Time was when th« making of a shoe was a skilled trade, the single workman finishing every part of it Now all parts of a shue a.-e made by ni-ichiuery, and the workmen in shoe facto ies a-'e mostly machine tenders. Ob viously, the conce n that can con trol f lie output of the machine, fan, to that extent, control th t'ade. Human labor is the smallest factor to be taken into account iu an industry iu which .formerly it was everything, — New'ari; Daily Advertiser. ' The Kicyc'e Trust has -hegmi to close factories and disidiar e work man. In Toledo th ee factories abs,-rbed by the trust have been ahandouediu-d 300 men thrown out 1 f employment. If the question of bread and butter sha'l have pe cc-dsiice in the Tninris of wage earneis in ibis country nver other issues in the ? ational election next v ear, it will be h...

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 — 10 February 1900

ft JOURNAL Qf SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM. The Only Straight-out Working class I'aiier in X.^.W. A Paper that is Uncompromising and that dares to spruit the Truth.

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 — 10 February 1900

In the Newcastle District, it is known as THE MINERS' PAPER. It stands alone as an advocate of justice for the Miner. It advocates Collective Ownership of the Mines and all other Means of Production.

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 — 10 February 1900

[LEADERS IX REDUCING THE | i'RICES, [jBDT 'WE DO . j [guarantee I [TO TURN OUT THE BEST AND \ LONGEST WEARING SUIT 5 | THIS SIDE OF SYDNEY. , I ? Phillips, k1, THE ECORD | TAILOK, \ I 32 Hunter Street. ? — ? ? KENWOOD 1 -HOODS lAre I-'AfcT COMING to tie FRONT tae 3 OOT & SHOE MAKERS Give Them a Trial, and find out who they are, at ' 183 riunter-street west, Newcastle. ? THE ' TALL0W_ MAN.' ixTOU who with to have my Tall av I J_ please fli'C that each block is |bt:inped with the above Trade Mark, 80 I that if good you wilt know who to pr.iise, j abut if bad w ho to blame— should the ilattor be the care 1 indly let, me know. I Swill be pleated to serve you through any ? of your stores, but if any of them refuse I to sell it, send along to mo, and 1 will ? inform you wheie you enn get it* j I ' Yours njofl'. re»pectfully, j I JOHN CAMPION, ; I Jcsmond. 'J he Beet of DUNGAREE OVERALLS strong us leather, I o be had at HABRY ST ICG G A Jt CO h fid a pur, Ererlasting wair. : — O — ...

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 — 10 February 1900

Cook i Co.'s GFNEROUS AN*I- GENUINE HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SAlj JE2 X For 14 Days Only ! AFTER a most successful Season's Trade, Cook's will sacrifice the Balance of this Season's goods at -. utto the-Ujne Prices, SLASHING REDUCTIONS ' will be male throughout tiie entire St.-ek. Read the Quotations in Handbills, and visit this Genuine and Generous Sale of Drapery IT AVILL PAY YOU ! Corner U UNI ICR & WOLKE STS. Kewcuaetle.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY SWEATED LABOR. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES ORGANISE FOR THEIR OWN BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

SYDNEY SWEATED'' LABOR. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES ORGANISE FOR THEIR OWN BENEFIT. SINCE the Early-Closing Act has come into force it has been discovered what a numerous body of workers is outside its scope. They. intend, however, that the comparative ease bestowed upon the shop employee shall come their way. They have been or ganising for some weeks past. One meeting held some time time ago proposed to approach the Ministry with regard to amendment of the Act in the in terest of the hotel and caterer's employees At this meeting some members of the A.S.L. em ployed in this line attended, and Comrade J. J. Morrish sought to have the meeting in favor of ac tion on behalf of all employees in hotels, clubs, and restaurants. The promoters, however, had ob jections. The meeting, however, was with Comrade Morrish, and organised another meeting to give effect to the views expressed. A committee was appointed pro visionally, of which Comrade Morrish was chairman, and Com rade H. Dierks s...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Economic Class. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

Economic Glass. Met on Satiitday, February ord, and the VI. Chapter of Gronlmid's Co-operative Commonwealth was dis cussed. Several points were' noted and altogether a very enjoyable and instructive evening was the re sult. Comrade Morrish, as chairman. in his' resume of til j discussion pointed out nipt: it was impjssible for us to forecast '.lie actual syst-jm which a society of this description would be worked upm as time would regulate tho metho Is. Saturday,- February ' 10, Chapter VII. of the 3ame book will be dis cussed.

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 — 10 February 1900

I DEMANDS ' I CF THE KUSTRALfAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE (Adopted^Easter, 189S.) 'Workers of all Countries, Unite.'— MARX. rHE Capitalist fo-m of Society in which we at pr?pent exist, and which the Cxri1alipti uphold, is baspd uron class supremacy, Dnirtainpd bv n?a=s envornmenfc th ' it h the p-ivate ownership of the [enns of prodnctinr. di^t ibution, and fxchirge. This e oporrnc pn»7 r, this possesion bv thelandlo'dand capitalist lias? of tlif who'eof -1ip f .-cps of wr a'th- rnduction, puta the wo king ilass in complete pibj°ot'on to the *aid dominant class, thus depriving he great tdprb of tho prople of the fu'l priduct of tfieir labor. As thp jirese't py't.om i* thus 'issed upon cla is antagon'am and njust:ce, ?nd as the capiiin't class wi 1 only permit the wage-sa ning iIshs to p'firfuce wealth in the f Ttn of commodities fo- sale, paving to hem wa pr but one-third of the wealth so p-oduced, and taking for hpnvelies the other t^o-ihi ds as profits, the t foresaid mode of pro luction f...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Executive. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

Gitiaral Executive. 3Iet oil February 1. 1'resent : A. j B. Tr-iud'(';h'ut), J. G. Morouey,- G. Lanes, K. Drake, and ftenoml- Secre j tary C. ?il. Barlow, General .Secre tary reported : In hand, 1'ress Fund, j£4 4s fld ; ( ieneral Fund, £1 lis !)d ; Lfonerni Agitation runci, t- ius. Unsolved that tho action of Com rades .T. .1. Morrish, J. O. 3Ioroney, Ii. Dierks, and Miss. May Hickman in taking part in tho Hotel, Club, and Res taurant Employees be endorsed. Resolved General Secretary write branche.- to send along any business for Annual Conference, Resolved General Secretary prepare and submit to referendum the altera tions to Constitution. Resolved that (General Executive try an;l obtain bulges by May Day.

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 — 10 February 1900

. TOM H. INGALL, I NEWCASTLE'S RELIABLE HOUSE For Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps. Macintoshes. Little Boys' Clothing a Speciality. 27 and 29 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE. In Everyone's Mouth 1TT _ Q On Everyone's Tongue F ^ ^ ^ ' WILL GRAY'S Pastry, Confectionery, etc. PICNIC Hampers it Speciality. Large Parties, SoeUls, etc., tmite 1 mot Liberally. WILL H, GRAY, 191 Hanter-st. west, Newcastle, Opposite Fire Stitijn. U. DAlTIEiSj Wholesale & Manufacturing Confectioner & Pastrycook 11 & 95 Honteb-Stbket and 58 Hontee-Sthket West Look out for Xmas Stockings and Novelties. Bickford's SAFETY FUSE ? . Specially Manufactured for the Newcastle ollierief. Ask your Storekeeper for a sample coil «X. IRELiJLND, Agent for Newcastle and District. ENO-IlsTE EE, Coppersmith, Brass Founder, House & Ship Plumber, &c 93 KING STBEET, NEWCASTLE (Next Ireland's Bond). Mutinc Work a Speciality, Estimates Given Good 'Workmansnip guaranteed at ? Moderate Prices. WH...

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 — 10 February 1900

WOlUvINGMEN ! To omit buying a capitalist paper only one day a week for a year would en ab e you to get The Peoit.e for a year Why not do it ? You wnuld be healthier for thus tast ing one day from the garbage ba-rel rot the capitalist daily press dishes out to you — mighty poor stufi for your good money— and \ ou wou'd thus help the only kind of paper that is he'ping you to better your industrial condition, subscribe for '1'hk Pkople CJ L. HOLT, Advertising and Bill-PostioR Contractor. Handbill* Distributed, Sigui nailed up All work at Rea^^able Rfttes. i4S Huoter-street, Newcaillt,

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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A Socialist Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 February 1900

R Socialist Policy. If tliofe is one thing thai has j a:dc.l in b'-ndin-r up the Austai tralian Hoeiali-f- Lj«guo on a solid an 1 1 RBti-.tg f ..utKla'.ion, ir, has been ::he p - h' c V of un-iuaproiaismg and fi'.iriiif-s eriti. istn of cooked politicians of ..II pa-tir. «. The re fussii t ) !;eP-- s-i'.eacJ v.'.sh reg.xrd to tho mi-i:e=us of tiio-:o who ciaiiritcg t-j represent the w Icitm ohts-s, ;i 0 proved ihem -elves a-lfisli aud ignorant *,-ui:o:-;i to tliit; ciafs, or t.o identic . th .? ??ocialia: lniveiiiuac in aiiy way wi.h tl'.ea:. h;n -vou and will win the c^niidene oi: tiio ittuk snc'l ii:o of th - \votrke.-:«. .l.t.i a poli'-'y thai: cttnuo: be departed froa:. ; m ' - «- * | Last week, tss ii'mr.i-s taeotin; \ held at -yduey Teatpji'iucc. H.ili, i three members .of tho A.S, L.! General Executive being araoti ? ; tho speakers, while u-iother ni''-:a -- j ber (-t the League'. wa- a' meta'ier of the committee who Ofganiatd the gathering, among orh-sr speakers was one noto...

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