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UNION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
UNION NOTES. Ox Sunday morning last New castle wharflaborers held a suc cessful meeting in connection with the newly-fortned union. Smith, Walking, and Dick, Ms.P., and Messrs. Curley, anil Harris were the speakers. Report crowded out. Newcastle coal' trimmers suc ceeded this week in lifting their wages by .'Id an hour. 'Io keep it they must, organise — and they should begin at once. If Newcastle miners handle the position with care, they should effect a rise in the hewing. , rate. i o— Newcastle wharflaborers should first get every wharf-worker into their union. Then their next step should be in the direction of uniformity of wages. The A.W.U. Conference com menced its sittings in Sydney on .January 'i'). and at time of writ ing, had not concluded. Delegates get ,12s tid a day. ami t here is un limited discussion. They spend a couple of days discussing a re solution, arrive at it decision, then a day later a delegate moves m reopen.it. The bush workers pay for it all. Wagaa Branch,...
THE ORACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
THE ORACLE. R.P. —Next weok. A.T. — Pars received. Thanks. W.Mc.M. (Burwood). — Yes ; the ex Attorney-General you mention at one time owed £90 to the l'arliamentary Refreshment Bar. We tried repeated ly to get information concerning all amounts due to that institution ; but the politicians couldn't aid us. Mr. McGowen said he did not think it could be got ; and Mr. Barton didn't think any good purpose would be served even if it were got. Other politicians said similar things. Bushy. — Sir John Lubbock, M.P., once declared that six lifetimes would not be sufficient time in which a naturalist could tire of his hobby. We will never tire advocating Sccial ism because it means justice to all who work. A.W. (Balmain). — The bulk of the newspapers are run to ' pay.' Their writers are veritable wage-slaves and the so-called public opinion a mockery and a delusion. Worker (Orange). — Both the Queensland and the New South Wales papers are run to provide salaries for professional laborites, wh...
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
' The People.' Note. — All subscriptions are pay able in advance. Subscribers resident in Sydney and suburbs should pay to the General Secretary, A.S.L. New castle and country subscriptions should be forwarded to the Managing Editor, 98 Hunter-st. West, Newcastle. Subs received : 8TDNEY OFFICE. W.B. Is : J.C. ,1s ; T.L. Is ; T. D., Is ; T.J.Ii. Is : T.M. 4s : J.H. ?is; D.L. Is: C. Is . ; H. Is : .T.C. R. Is ; J.B.2S; O.P. Is ; C.B. Is; C.J. Is ; T.H. 2s ; Uiss G. 4s. Skwcastlk Office O.K. Hotel, Newcastle, Is ; G H., Merewether, Is ; T.A., Mere wether, 2s ; W.T., Tighes Hill, Is. J.R., Mandelong, Is: C. M., Merewether. 2s : J.N.B, New castle, Is : W.T., West \Yallsend, is ; T.G.. Tigiies Hill, Is : W.M., Hamilton, Is : Bailina, 2s ; B. I-I., West Wallsend, Is.
Italian Socialist Group. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
Italian Socialist Group. This body of Socialists intend to let their compatriots resident in Sydney understand their duty to the working class movement. On Wednesday of last weekthey helda preliminary meet ing to sonfer as to methods of organ- | ising, and as a result on the following fi,m-l.TT ? ? J „.i 'an audience who in spite of the heat listened v. ith interest to a vigorous ad dress by Comrade Prampolini, who in the course of an hours address laid down the broad principles of Socialism, especially from the evolutionary view point. Then he pointed out the con dition of the working class in their native land under capitalist misrule, and told them how here in Australia they would reach tli6 same condition unless they recognised their duty to the Australian working class move nient, organised themselves for the purpose of having the affairs of the country administered in the interests of all workers who have made Aus tralia their home of whatever nation ality. The result of this ...
AT HEADQUARTERS. Utopian Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
AT HEADQUARTERS. Utopian Socialism. Comrade Morrish wasto have spoken on the above subject on Sunday last but for some unexplained reason failed to put in an appearance, cniisequently Comrade 0. Moroney had at the 1 last moment to step into rile breach j and till the bill. He dealt with the ? question as announced, after ask ing the indulgence of the audience under the circumstances. Ho briefly sketched modern struggles and utophs and then dealt with the works of Bellamy and Gronluud. The latter, in his 'Co-operative Commonwealth,' had undoubtedly presented one of the most solid %nd scientific formulations of Socialism given in a popular and j attractive form. It -was, in fact, an attractive and accurate condensation of the Marxian doctrine and a inaaterly , and merciless attack upon the whole system of capitalism. Gronlund, with' all his intellectual and economic grip of Socialism, did not give his adherence to the class conscious direction that the propaganda and work of Socialism...
JOTTINGS. Was it Ignorance or—? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
JOTTINGS. [From tiik Sanctum.] Was it Ignorance or — ? The most impossible crowd on the Jingo side are the parsons. Time was when we gave to the law ler tribe the cake for unscrupulous lying and shady doings on behalf of their masters, the capitalists. But the lawyer will have to get up quite early in the morning if he wishes to still wear the laurels which a long and unbroken record of lying has earned for him. ' The parson promises to come to the front — nay, he is already at the front and promises to stop there. If heaven were approachable by land or sea, or even by means of war balloons ; if. only the golden pavements and jewelled gates, and walls of pre cious stones — about which the parsons delight to prate to us what time they adjure us to be contented with our lot on this terrestrial sphere — if only these things were move solidly substantial and approachable by capitalist mortals, what an opportunity would present itself to the parsons to exercise the rich gift of Lying wit...
THE MASSACRE OF GLENCOE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
THE MHLSSaeRE OP GLENCOE. ' Oh ! tell me, harper, wherefore flow thy wayword notes of wail and woe, far down the desert of Glencoe, where none may list their melody ? Say, harps't thou to the mists that fly, or to the dun deer glancing by, or to the eagle that from high screams chorus to thy minstrelsy ?' ' No, not to these, for these have rest : the mist-wreath hath the mountain crest, the stag his lair, the erne her nest, abode of lone security ; but those for whom I pour the lay, not wild-wooded deep, nor mountain gray, not this deep dell that shrouds from day, could screen from treacherous cruelty. The flag was furled, and mute their drum ; the very household dogs were dumb, unwont to bay at guests that come in guise of hospitality. His blithest notes the piper plied, her gayest snood the maiden tied, the dame her distaff flung aside to tend her kindly housewifery. The hand that mingled in the meal, at midnight drew the felon steel, and gave the host's kind breast to feel meed f...
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
The Socialist Press As* sistance Fund. This Fund iB inaugurated by the Aus tralian Socialist League to aid the Social ist Press, and contributions are asked from all who believe in the principles of Social ism and the necessity of Socialist Propa ganda. The money will be used in placing ' The People-Collectivist ' organ 1 of the Australian Socialist League, on a sound flmn'iial ha«is. Co ?t.ributione may be sert to the Socialist Headquarters, secretaries of branches, holders of c mtri bution cards, or the Newcastle office. it should be noted that this Fund was opened on May 22, J809, previous to which there had been receive t on the Socialist Press £50 Fund, at Sydney office, £25 8s, and at Newcastle Office L7 i3s 9d. Total, L33 s 5d SYDNEY OFFICE. Previously acknowledged £41 l.'Ss 3d. D.C., Is ; F.J.. '»s : W.Y., (id ; C.M.B., Is ; J.H., 2s : J.O.M., Is ; J.S., (id ; Taken at door. '? Mayfield ' Is (id ; J.H., (is ; Y. L., Is ; C.E., os : O.C.P., (id : S. C.C., Is : D.C., Is ; C.M....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
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OPEN COLUMN. Wealth and Capital a la Waldon. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
OPEN COLUMN. ? i Wealth and Capital a la Waldon. I TO THE F.DITOB. Sib, — In the report appearing in your iaBue, February 3, of Mr. Waldon's lecture on 'Wealth and Capital,' the lecturer .s reported as having pointed out that there was a considerable ' amount of confusion not only among ordinary speakers on economics, but even amongst political economists themselves, with regard to the terms Wealth and Capital. After reading your report 1 feel bound to tl,„t T tvjfh bin, on/1 olor. think that Mr. Waldon's attempt at elucidating theBe terms has made ' Confusion worse confounded.' Mr. Waldon's naive admission that 'he didn't want to enter into any controversy on the subject,' savors of pulpit tactics. The subject is essen tially controversial unless Mr. Waldon wishes ub to believe that his definition is the. inspired word of an immortal 1 do not think it is, therefore I beg leave to controvert. Mr. Waldon's savage having plucked more bananas than he could put away in one day is a very...
Hotel, Club, and Restaurant Employees Union. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 February 1900
Hotel, 61ub, and Restau* rant Employees Union. 1 O give effect to ihe resolutions of the mas- meeting reported in - n- l»s», the fist roeetin;/ of this ' ody w,i!« he d at the -ydnf Ttudfe Hal', on 'Wednesday, Feb rua v 7. After h *bi-rt address by Comrmie, Mornsh, an executive, consisting (f Piesident. Vice President, General .~ecre a y, M nule -ic-reta-y, Financial Stcrt ta-y, nnd committee of six wtre elected pr«visi- nallv, t- --ol --et intonnati-'n an to hours and con ditioriN ot aM ►eu'ion* ? f th ? t-ade and to draft ru'es to- the guidance of the unio'i Comrade Mor tsh w«h unanimously e eeted President, »h'le t'om ace D basthe » flice of Gmeibl -ectetaiy.
CAPITAL WINS. While the Workers Sleep! [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900
CAPITAL WINS. While the Workers Sleep ! Thkbe years ago the miners suc ceeded in having placed on the Statute Book of this colony, after much hard 6ghting, a measure which commanded that all coal should be truly weighed. That measure was demanded because the miners were able to prove that, by the average system, they were being deprived of payment for a large amount of the coal produced. When the minern had got the mea sure through, they congratulated themselves on the progress made, and the reined . ing of at least one great wrong. Alas ! they reckoned without their host The capitalists wno make tbe laws— even when they yield to public pressure with tegard to cer tain palliatives— know full well that they alone . have the power to administer the law. The capitalists not only own the mines. They own and control the legal machinery. That is why the miners were rigidly punished for every 'ittle breach of the Coal Mines Aet. That is why the weighing provi sions of the same Act were sus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900
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WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900
? WHAT SOCIALISM IS. THE etnicsof Socialism are identical with tha ethics of Christianity.— Enovclopedla Brlttanlca. The abolition ot that Individual action on which, modern societies depend, anil the substitution or \ regulated avstem of cooperative action. — Impe- rial Dictionary. A theory of society that advocAtes a more pre cise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of th» social relations of mankind than that which hat hitherto prevailed. — Webster. A. science of recons:ructin[r society on imtn tire'y new basis by substituting the principle ot association for that of competition in ever - n ranch of human industry. — Worcester's Dictionary. Any theory or syltaii of local organisation which would abolish entirely or in great part, the Individual effort aud competition on which modern s .cloty resta. and substitute oo-oparation; would introduce a more perfect and equx! distri bution of the produots of labor, and would m -ke land and capital, as the instruments ot produc tion, the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900
ACOLOKED MARK Through tbi* par ind cates that your subscript on is again due, and shiuH i« forwarded to the office 9^ Huntfir-street West, -J ewe** tie A COLORED ARK Alongside of this signified that YOUR. SUB-CRIPTIOX IS OVERDUK. inH should be forwurded to the Secret* *. -i' Headqua-teri. ? 2 1 CAST CERE A -'l STREET SVDVEY. ? __ J. P. MACLEAN, HRNNELL ST., WICKHftM, '.-['. -,.].- II, NK. F R Good Groceries &Good Value IMPORTANT. — 0 ? AGENTS and Subscribers, etc., ar& requested to make tneir monthly or quarterly remittances to ?The People promptly. t'here is no banking account behind this paper and when we are called upon to wait for our 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 tje customers would make the task of producing The People a much ighter one that at present