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HUMAN NATURE. AN OPEN LETTER TO G. C. HENDERSON, B.A., BALLIOL COLLEGE, OXFORD, ACTING PROF, OF HISTORY, SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

HUMAN NATURE. Ax Opex Letter to G. C. Hexdersox, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford, Acting Prof., of History, Sydxev University. ? . Sir, — Individualists both of the interested and stonebeaded varie ties should unite to discover and raise a memorial to their patron saint, the inventor of the ''Human Nature' argument. This arguments is always held in reserve, and when all the other stock arguments against Socialism have been analysed and refuted, with an air of originality and exhaustive research the indivi dualist hurls his final and most crushing argument by charging human nature with the cause of all human troubles. The So cialist is here expected to collapse and henceforth become a right thinking individualist. It is the orthodox belief that man is bad — an inheritance from Adam — de- serving eternal torment here and hereafter, but the possession of a certain creed ?will render him free from all consequences of worldliness. ''You cannot change human nature,' he says, ' but there is ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Boat Harbor Works. Again "The People" Scores. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

Newcastle Boat Harbor Works. Again 'The People' Scores. Ijf- our issue of February 10, we drew attention to the fact that men employed on the Newcastle new boat harbor works were only receiving 6s. (3d. a day, when they should be getting 7s. At the same time we drew the attention of the Newcastle East M.P. to the matter. Mr. Dick approached the Works Department with the result as set forth in his letter below : Feb. 16, 1900. Managing-Editor, The People. Dear Sir, — I have at laat received from the Minister for Works a reply to my letter re the subjest of wages at the New Boat Harbor. He has ukased that the men must be paid 7s. I must again thank you for bringing the matter under my notice. Youra faithfully, W. T. Diok. The w»p was the outcome of a plot of a cosmopolitan gang of pint derers, with hamberlain and JRhodes at its linad to grab the territory of the racsvaal and suppress the toe independence of the ^oer - epub iu. t he British Government undertook to do wha! Dr Jameson at...

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 — 24 February 1900

GLEANINGS. Rand speculators draw £15, 000,000 a year out of Boer mines. With unrestricted black labor, after the wa-, they estimate that another £5,000,000 a year can be added to their profits. — 0 — England has dominated India 150 years, and now of India's 300 millions, but ' 100,000 are i British born ; and it takes 70,000 i British Soldiers and 140,000,000 native sbtdien 1o make life bear able for these 100,000. ™ — v^~™ Bobert Buchanan says of Kip ling : ' TurniBg over the leaves ; of his poems, one is transported at once tc a reign of low drinking dens and sin palaces, of dirty diesi pation and drunken brawls.' — o — The British temperament may be rather slow about seeing a joke, but it can spot gold mines instan ter. F. C. Helous, the traveller, who is an Imperialist, but one who thoroughly knows South Africa, in a letter to the London Times, says that the effect of the present war will bo to knit the whole of South African Dutch - 400.COO— ' the great bulk of the people who l...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHREDS AND PATCHES, "TELL TRUTH AND SHAME THE DEVIL." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

SHREDS AND PATCHES, [BY PAUL JOXES.] 'TELt TRUTH AXD SHAME THE DEVIL.' FROM the contradictory nature of the war cables transmitted to Australian newspapers one would imagine Louis de Rougement to be the press censor. At all events. whoever is responsible for the wild e-otesuue reports about British victories, which invariably turn out to be British reverse. deserves credit for possessing a fertile imagination. It is hor ribly humiliating to the rampag ing jingo who expected the sun to stand still upon Gibeon and the moon in the valley of Ajalou in order that T. Atkins could scatter Britain's enemies to the winds and get home again before closing time. — o— , Judging by these same cables, the British generals do not love each other as comrades. in arms are supposed to do. It appears to be a case of, ' It wasn't my fault, please blame the other fellow.' whenever a reverse is' made. Meanwhile the mechanical Tommy does as he is told with out 'argufying' and promptly gets perforated with...

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 — 24 February 1900

— 0 — We noticed in the paper the other day that the largest hat ever made in Eng land was shipped to Newcastle, N.S.W, Thut may be correct, but it in certain that HAKRY STEGGA & CO. keep this Largest and Beit Assorted Stock of Hats in Newcastle 1 CookiCo.'s GENEROUS GENUINE HALF-YEARLY CLEARING ^^^^& 2^K ^^T^ * ^B57^ ^P For 14 Days Gnly ! AFTER a most successful Season's Tride, Cook's will sacrifice tae Balance of this Season'* goodB at Cutto the-BoDe Prices SLASHING REDUCTIONS will be'' made throughout the entire Sfcok. Bead the Quotations in Handbill*, ano visit this Genuine and Generous Sale of Drapery IT WILL PAY YOU ! Corner HUNTER & WOLFE STS. Newcaastle.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOTTINGS. Traitors and Renegades. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

JOTTINGS. [From the Sanctum.] Traitois and Renegades. It was thecrawlsome ' Falcon ' of the Newcastle Herald who not long ago suggested traitors should be hanged to the nearest tree. The People wouldn't object to that being done provided the medicine was administered to those renegades who have used the working-class movement to climb into positions of wealth and who then have turned and aided the enemy to rend Labor. Com pared with such Serjeant-major Greener was a gentleman and Judas Iscariot purity itself. That is the class the Newcastle Herald belongs to. Renegade to the backbone. Treacherous as — well, as Dick Sleath. Honored with the ribbon of the Legion of Scabdon every time. The capitalists must be proud of their champions. The following is reprinted from the Herald of March (J, 1885, when that paper was fighting against the Soudan contingent : The more carefully and honestly the terrible story of the conquest is studied the more apparent it becomes that since the birth of f...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

It is curious to reflect that it is only .100 -ea'B since colliers in England were f eed from actual slavery. One hundred years ago — up to. I3tb June, 1799 — miners and others working in coal mines were bought and sold along with the colliery where they chanced to be employed. So late as 1764 it was legally decided that a boy whb entered a coal work where h,ij3 father was a bondman by so doing also became a slave to the pit. About the date mentioned, how ever, a movement was initiated for the abo ition of such a state of affairs ; but it was not till thirty years afterwards that the rnform was carried. The Legislature moved slowly thnn as no a-. An earlier Act was passed- iu 1 77o en nfcting that From that date ' No per.-on beginning to work as collier, coalbea er, or selter should be bound to the colliery . or to the owners thereof, otherwise than aa ordinary workman. ' It was not till 1799, however, that those who had been earlier at work were finally freed. It may truly be said,...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

NEXT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, The SOCIALIST RENDEZVOUS IB SIR - JOSEPH « BANKS, BOTANY. THE EVENT IS THE SfCOND A.S.L. GARDEN PARTY. 3 to 10 p.m. Admission, One Shilling. MRS. FELLOW, TEA ANO REFRESMENT ROOMS Fruit, Conf- ctione y &o. 11 CHARLTON ST.. Ne«caitl« West Tea, 3d. Puttry, Confectionery to order.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

tjjider the personal supervision of T '. W, GRAY, late of Jas. Welsh. GRftY, JOHNSON, & CO Jfgpily Grocers & Produce Merchants, Borough Markets, Newcastle. All Goods of Best Quality at Lowest 'Rates. A Trial Order solicited. THE ECONOMICS OF THE EIGHT-HOURS DAY ONE PENNY. Posted, lid. . Per dozen, 9d. Posted, 10 — O — XUE PEOPLE OFFICE Newcastle,

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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THE AUSTRALIAN VIEWPOINT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

THE AUSTRALIAN VIEWPOINT. Had George Reid any honesty or any courage, he might have been of some benefit to the country of his adoption. This is prompted by B. -R. Wise's publication of Reid's, views re South African affairs' before the jingo spirit had been born by the capitalistic press out of their sympathy with the despoiling schemes of Rhodes, Beit, Eckstein, Chamberlain and other conspirators. ? . * ? Reid struck the true note when he stated it was not the policy of Australia to take part in a war foisted on the British people by a capitalist conspiracy. But he re coiled before the fever fanned by the Australian robber class in the ignorant minds of the Australian workers in the interests of the British -South African robber class. So will his name in after years be execraU d by an intelli gent Australian people who will understand . their own interests. What ar« the alleged reasons for Australia spending her wealth and sending her sons to be slaugh tered on the veldt of South...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREAT GOAL STEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

THE GREAT COIIL STEAL. Whin the proposal to send the Mcend contingent from New South Wales to aid the British capitalist* in stealing the gold mines of the Trans Taal wm before Parliament, the miner who ' represents ' the Wallsend peo ple spoke and voted in favor of the capitalist*, and his action was doubt leai approved by the majority of bis constituents— whose mental vision has been considerably dimmed since 1885, when they carried resolutions disap proving of the Soudan bondholders' war. Thi Pboplk is oftimesoverwhelmntd with mixed amusement, disgust and pity, when it beholds the extrava gance of the crawlsome ' patriotism ' of any working-class men and working class ' leaden,' and their indignation concerning the grievances of the Out landtrs. These liberty-loving workers are the veriest slaves themselves ; they sell themselves for periods of a week or a fortnight to the Capitalist for just such remuneration as will keep the tired life flickering within them ; their wives ax* c...

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 — 24 February 1900

^?-JGURNAlo- Of SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM. The Only Straight-out Working class Paper in N.S.W. A Paper that is Uncompromising and that dares to speak the Truth.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 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.

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Kropotkin, Revolutionist. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

Kropotkin, Revolutionist. When a man is a determined 1 xposer of the robbery and spolia tion interest in the capitalist system, and at the same time is of such intellectual capacity as to force recognition from all classes of society, the method that capital ism adopts is to dilate upon his intellectual qualities to the ex clusion of the great aim that he need those qualities *or. It is so with John ituskin. They talk of hie eminence as an art critic, and dismiss with a snee- the noblest part of his life — his protest against the sordid dishonesty that capital ism breed*. Peter Kropotkin, Russian revo ? lutionist and anarchist, is being trea'ed the same way when his 'Memoirs' are criticised. The Fnglieh-speaking press don't mind writing of his revolutionary effortB in Russia even, but care lully hide the fact that he fought, lyith voice and pen, for a social revolution in every country where his foot has been, and that he is now determined to make bin home in America, at the age of ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

- j^HjS^^H XO BE XEADEBS IN IBEDTJCING THE PKICES, BUT 'WE DO {GUARANTEE ? I JO TUBN OUT THE BEST AND LONGEST WEARING SUIT THIS BIDE OP SYDNEY. PHILLIPS, THE EECORD TAILOR, '' 32 fcante* Street. GRtENWOOD _-_HOODS Are FAfeT COMING to the FRONT at BOOT * SHOE MAKERS Give Them a Trial, and find out who ?ihey are, at 183 riunter-street west, Newcastle. THE TALLOW MAN. ?\ 7 OU who with to have my Tallow X please eee that each block is it: raped with the above Trade Mark, to that if good you will know who to praiie, but if bad who to blame— should the latter be the case Hndly let me know. I will be pleated to serve you through any of your stores, but if any of them refute to '(ell ii, send along to me, and I will inform jou where you can gel it« Youn most respectfully, JOHN CAMPION, Jesmond.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

Key Note. It is not by ? fighting over the plunder contained in a captured ship, or by trucking, or by throwing dice, that pirates come into possession of that plunder or can increase its ?mount and value ; although they can, by, any of these .means, unequally divide among. themselves what there is of it. Likewise, while some capit alists mav. bv tradin-r. or aneculatinir. or gambling, enrich themselves at the expense of other capitalists, or get richer than others 'do, it is not by trade, or by speculation, or by gamb ling, that the capitalist class, as a body, enriches itself. This piratical class has captured the ship of industry. All the wealth in which it trades, speculates or gambles, all the wealth which it ' saves ' or. wastes, is the product of the laboring class, whose help'ess members, under the wage system, are compelled by necessity to sell their labor power for much less than it produces. —I/ocien Sanial in ' Territorial Expansion.!' THE RBORLE AND TBE COI LECTIVIST. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

A Thin Refreshing Beverage ! OADBURY'S ABSOLUTELY f% ^^ f% f^ Jft J. VINCENT Por *' Cheap * Produce. TABLE POULTBY and Pure-bred Minorca and Leghome Eggs in season. 6 CHABLTON ST., Newcastle We«t, Near Cottage Bridge E. THOMSON, Watchmaker & Jeweller. All Repairs Guatanteed. Kings, Brooches, etc., made to order. ? 143 HUNTER ST. WEST. Newcastle Wanted Known MOASE BROTHERS (FAVILT GROCERS) address ie 247 HUNTER STREET WEST (Corner of Union St.), Newcastle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

gHRRINGTON FISH & OYSTER SALOON, 56 Hunter St. Next Crystal Palace Hotel. THE Best of FISH and OYSTERS always on' hand g. MaCREE & gO. HAEEY 8TEGOA k CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STOBK in the JVOKTHEBN DISTRICT. ARTIFICIALTEETH OL1» PLATES Bepaired & Remodelled BlACKAuTfc HUNT. Chemists & Dehtists, H anter - street, Newca«fcle and Kemp-st Wallsend. * Mr. Black&ll may be consulted at the Walleend establishment on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. TRY Menmuir 161 HUNTER ST. WEST, for OROOKERY GLASSWARE BRUSHWARK, ESTaUELWAEE, Ac — o — Crockery on hire for Picnics and 8ociala. — O — SPECS PROM is. GILBERT BROS. COACH FACTORY, 355 & 357 Hanter St. west. EVERY Description of VEHICLE built to Order. Of the Newest Design, with the BEST MATERIALS. Carriages, Sulkies, Buggies, Spring Cart* etc ES1IMATKS GIVEN Repair* Promptly Executed. Sulkies a Speciality.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

MURRAY'S Hunter-st. west, Newcastle. i^HxxintB!! Furniture. Furnituie. ^pALl and inspect oar large Stock. We sell everything ^- required for House Furnishing, and at a much lower Piice than any House in the District. 'We hare our Steam Factory at Hamilton, and therefore have an adrantage orer other houses who hare to pay freight 'from Sydney for eYerytbing. Onr carved back Cheffomer Safes are 12» 6d, Kitchen -Chain Is 9d, Caue-seated Chairs 2s 6d, Best Austrian Chain ?4s 3d, Arm Rockers 6§ 6d, Marble Slab Toilet Pain 42s 6d, Plate OlaM Wardrobe* 55s, Good Double Bed* 12a 6d, Best Double Win Mattresses 10s, Polished Dining Tables 10*. A. large variety of 2yd« wide Oilcloth, Stair Oilcloth Carpet 9d per yard, Bamboo Cornice Poles la 3d complete. Nice Com bination Chest with 6 drawers 85s. Bamboo Tables in all de. signs. Bedsteads at all Prices. Toilet Ware and Fancy Glass Ware. Children's High Chain 4s 6d, Boeldng Chain 8s Sd, Cane Chain 2s. Go-cart*— « large variety— 10t 6d. Carpet S...

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