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Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. Headquarters Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

Goming Events. Sydney and Sabarbs. Headquarters Lectures. Sunday Feb. 25— Comrade J.O. Blwney on ' Patriotism and Imperialism.' Saturday — jlaroh 4— Special Monthly Musical Programme. Sunday, Maroh 11— Sunday, Maroh 18- Si ecial Combined Celebration of the faris Commune by A S L. and International Social, iit Club Special International Musical Programme and Lecture on ' The Commune ' by Comrade Chat- Eyre. ., - Sunday. March 26 — Mrs, Bardwell, Subject to be announced. BRANCH MKKTINOS. Central Branch, — Maroh. , Monthly Meeting on Tuesday, March 6th. Full attendance requested. GAHDBN PARTY. Sstarday, Feb. 2*— Sir Joseph Banks Grounds, Botany. Tiokets— Is. Every Socialist and friend of the movement should be t ere. A first okas outing a real goo. 1 time, besides helping the movement. If you can't attend buy a ticket. Newcastle and District. Saturday. Keb 24 -Open-air Lecture— Charlei:o«rn, 7 30* Su day, February 25— Open-air Lecture Dudley, 7.30 BRANCH MEETING. A Meeting of Members w...

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

Newcastle Wharf La' boarers Union. Ammting of the above was held on Sunday, Feb. 11, at Christie's Hall. The president (Mr. Stevens) was in the chair. After opening the meeting, the chairman invited those present who had not previously subscribed to, the union, to gue their names in, and a number of new members were put on the roll. Addresses by Messrs. 4 Smith, Dick, Wat ins, Curley and Barns were delivered A full re^on was crowded out of last issue; and while our space this week compels curtailment, it may be *aid the manner in which Comrade Harris dealt with likely opposition fiom thoBe men who -were to-day receiv ing union pay was really good. Opposition, from those men. he ?aid, would only come becsu-e of their ignorance of the labor move ment, tie cited a similar instance that occurred in Sydney where one disorganised body of men working »ioht hours refused to again loin in organising with those who were working 10 hou s, forgetting that the two extra hours meant a pro portion...

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

CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, NEWCASTLE CHABLBS CAIN, Late of -Fern Tree Hotel, Gosford, PROPRIETOR. Beit and Purest of Spirituous Drinks Betailed. )

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

Newcastle Goal Trimmers On Tuesday evening last, a meeting of Coaltrimmerswas held in the Newcastle Masonic Hall — or rather in a hot, dark corner of that ancient building. Up a wipding stai- where the darkness was heavy and thick, we wended our way in fear and trembling, for verily we suspected this was some diabolical conspiracy on the part of the blessed Empire's euemies that we were being lured into. But it turned out alright. Last week The People urged the coaltrimmers of Port Hunter to organise — and they had deter mined to act accordingly. Mr. James Comerford was in the chair, and explained the ob ject for which tne meeting was ealled. . It was stated by one speaker that one firm intended to intro l duce outside labor in order to dish the men. They could only meet that kind of thing by organising. After a deal of discussion a committoe of three was appointed to take matters in hand and call a general meeting, date and place to be arranged, for the purpose of forming a union. ...

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

UNION NOTES. Trades Unionism has at cured m&ny solid advantages for the workers . By now embracing 8o« cialism it will add to those benefits a thousand fold. Attempts a e to be ma-le to es tablish a Boot Trade Union in 8yd uey, Sydney Labor Council have been aaked t* assist, and have ap pointed a committee to take the mitter in hand, there is no trade where a union -a more urgently reqnired. The machine is large y responsible for present disorganisa tion and miserable wages. Com rade J. O. Moroney is one of the committee * Seahau Minkes.— The monthly meeting of the tieaham miners was held in Sharp's Hall, West Walls end, 15 hFeb, Mr. W. Hodge in the ohair. A communication was read trom the Burwood Lodge, ap pealing for aid on behalf of Mr. Hughes. Resolved, ' Thst the secretary communicate with Bur wood Lodge, requesting them to lay the case before the Delegate Board.' Tbe cheek inspector, Mr Fisher, then gave a report of the pit,' and also part of the old work ings, which w...

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

I^lTkaTkfl* You'll Miss Mr vft-r K Him when if^l V He's gone. « w 4 Bargains Yorky ts Seoond-haad Clothing Bought and Sold. AUo O d Gold and Silvwr ASpleadd Lot of Duugareo Orcalls YORKY ALLSORTS. 77 -HUNTER STREET WES C- 77 Newrcasti*.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY BUTCHERS. ORGANISED THEY WORKED 48 HOURS PER WEEK. UNORGANISED, THEY WORK SIXTY. HONEST CAPABLE ORGANISING WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 February 1900

SYDNEY BUTCHERS. ORGANISED THEY WORKED 48 HOURS PER WEEK. UNORGANISED, THEY WORK SIXTY. HONEST CAPABLE OR GANISING WANTED. The People is in receipt of the following letter, and can ex press no surprise thereat, as the last attempt at building up a union was left in the hands of I a man who cares for nothing but I the salaries attaching to any posi- I tion he may occupy. These men should be capable of. organising a strong union. They have had one in the past, and should try it again in the future. Meanwhile, read : TO THE XDITOK. Sir, — Reading in your paper the ad vantages of the Early Closing Act, I feel inclined to say a few *ords con cerning one institution. I hold with Thi Pioplk that it should be more beneficial than it is, and will refer you to one case where it has worked out to the detriment of wage workers. I knock abont a lot and see various phases of Labor conditions. One place that requires attention is Glebe Island. I have frequently visited this place and I must emphat...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORGANISING THE BOOT TRADE. A Successful Sydney Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

ORG^$Ij|^gHE A Succcssfal Sydney iKcettag.H The workers in the boot trade are, perhaps, worse paid and more badly treated than most of what are called the ' skilled trades.' Until recently it was necessary to become apprenticed for a number of years before it was possible to become a fall- 1 blown bootmaker, and when that stage ot perfection had neen reached, fairly good wages could be earned — as high as £3 a-week was possible to those who, being fast enough, worked by tho piece. This was five or six years ago and when the trade was organised throughout New South. Wales, and the union some 1500 strong. Then it was able to enforce its ' statement ' of prices. But the capitalists who run the manu factories were not prepared to put up with this interference with their profit, so they resolved to follow the ' lines of industrial advance ' in America and intro duced labor-saving machinery, and the trick was done. * ? ? Among the first to introduce the machine in New South Wales was 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 — 10 March 1900

A COLORED MARK Through thi« par ind cafces that your subscription is again due, and should ' e forwarded to the offic' 9* Hanter-street West, Newcastle A COLORED 'A.RK Alongside of thi« ligniQea that YOU H SUBSCRIPTION IS OVERDUE, and ?bould be forwarded to the Secretary, at Headquarters— 2M CA8TLEREAG H STREET SYDNEY. ? A Sample Copy of t'iis Paper 'is an invitation to Subscribe.

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

The Prosperity Boom. The daily press is telling us that prosperity is returning to our shores. We offer this clipping f 'rn Sydney D T. as evidence of the correctness of the stat-ment : — THE CSKMPLOIKD. Tl-e M nister for Works yester day supplied M-. Creer. ?uperin- tendent of the Labor. Bureau, with a list of w rks which ft e almost readv to put in hand. Some of them wil i be ready in a fnw days, and Mr Creer will then, it is ex pected, take ba'lots for public works which wi i absorb a number of men. Th? « will be several harbor works imd.sr the sup'-rvi.-ion of Mr- (i-itnshaw ; there is also a weir at Gin Gin. in the 1'rangie disti ict ; and Inter the Minister hopei! to be nbls to start the Manic viliu drainage scheme. 1 his last-named work will te the meai.s of employment fo'' ! 50 men i he Minister states that as t-mploym i^t upon thu weir works will unl v be 'for thie* weeks at a time, it will not be advisable for men from the country or from the othe colonies to com- to Sydne...

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 March 1900

Read^*. THE NEW BOOK. A Remarkable Mining -3ase : THK Bailey Charges AND GLEBE PIT ENQUIRY, WITH PI ANS BY J. W. BAILEY & B. DOBB. PRICE, Is. Postage Fxtra Order early from the Antbon, Mitchell-street, Merewether. nmXSKXTO Arcade. 99 HUNTER 8TREET, NEWCASTLE. Established in Newcastle 42 years ago. Keeps a large staff of competent Tradesmen, and Manufactures ai Articles on the Premises. Oar Motto is : — UPEEIOR WORKMAN -HIP EXCELLENT DESIGNS. LOWEST PRICE JBL SB U JEQ Y»S C EN TE N A H Y Coffee Palace 121 K'OTT STREET, NEWCASTLE Keit Woods' ( hambers and opp ailway Station. Meals 6d. Beds (td 4 Trade Unions^** SHOULD SEND THEIR ^JOB PRINTING ORDERS DIRECT TO TBE OFFICE O « PBOPZiB.' GOOD THINGS, FOR THE PEOPLE! KENSINGTONZBAKING POWDEB. Rosebud Butter. AND People's rfeEi. Ask for Them of nil Grocers. YOU OUGHT TO KNOW S&ssis&s m^i paivs . .-re ot tamable at A* H * f 141 laiSTliB STBEET. Eiif-lith ,Co!:tcctiaM'rT ^Tch, Coffee, Cocoa, and Ices a Speciality. J. B...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Uitlanders under British Rule. They want the Franchise. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

Uitlanders under British Rule. They want the Franchise. Howard C. Hellegus, an American, has written a book en titled : ' Oom Paul's People.' He narrates in the following para graph the condition of British sub jects who demand the franchise, while Britain is forced into a war in the interests of Rhodes and Co., the ostensible object of which is to gain the franchise for British subjects resident in the Transvaal : ' At the same time the British Parliament was discussing the subject of the alleged injustice under which the English resi dents of the Transvaal were suffering, the Colonial Secretary was engaged in disposing of grievances which reached him from the Dutch residents of British Guiana, in South Ameri ca, and which recited conditions paralleled in those complained of by the Onitlanders. The grie vances were made by foreign residents of English territory, instead of by English subjects in a foreign country, and conse quently demanded less serious attention, but their justice...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

WHAT SOeiALISM IS NOT. Some people seem to have a fixed idea that the Socialists have a ready-made, cut-and-dried sys tem of society, which will be put in operation as soon as the So cialists get into power. They seem to credit us with almost supernatural powers, thinking us able to ' overturn civilisation,' a civniaauou wmcn, loour Know ledge, history has taken 6,000 years to build up, and no doubt many more thousands of years have elapsed besore a man could he found with ribs flexible e- lough from which could be made asuit able and progressive companion to him. Nay, nay, such is not the programme. 'While we claim to be revolu tionists in the true sense of the word, we would have it under stood that the revolution we talk of is neither ' Scarlet ' nor ' Crimson ' in hue, it is colored by the sweat of the human brow ; labor added to labor, invention added to invention, evolution from * one thing into another : from this other thing into some thing better ; and so forth until a comp...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

Key Note. Two opposing principles, two different systems, two classes of antagonistic institutions cannot exist in the same place and at the same time. When, therefore, old things have been tried adnattseum and found wanting, any unpre ? judiced man — hay, even an animal — must expei ience|a desire to destroy them. 'I his feeling naturally becomes strongest in the man with an imaginative and aspiring mind ; for. beside the general disgust of old things, he sees in them the chief obstacles to better and higher things. — From Regeneration THE REORL& -AND THE CO! LECTIVJST. The Worl'i for the WorJd'a Worked.

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 — 10 March 1900

Cook 1 Co.'s generous I AKD GENUINE HALF-YEARLY CLEARING j For 14 Days Only ! AFTER a moat succentful Season'* C°ok'« will sacrifice '...tv ZTZVr!Z °n'' SLASHIN8 REDUCTIONS will be made throughout the entire Stcck. Bead the Quotations fa Handbills, and Vi'nf; thia Genuine and Generous Sale of Drapery IT WILL PAY YOU! : r'-! Newcaastle, TO MINERS Specially. WE will make it worth your while to deal oft as* We will make you a TIP-TOP SUIT of thoroughly Shrunk Materials for 50s. Splendid patterns to select from Address, J. COBLE Y, 3IONTPELIER TAILORING CO., 73 Hunter Street, opp, YM.r.A Hall. J. H. RYAN, The Hairdresser of the North, Tobacconist and Perfumer, etc. 16 HUNTER ST.. near A. A Bridge, Newcastle. Best Brands only of Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, eto. A splendid assortment of Pipes. Razors ground and set, and guaranteed— O 0 Mulling. ? I ask f. r a Trial. M. G. MORGAN, Tinsmith and Galvanised Iron Worker, H l' N T K R Si* HKE1' W EST Opposite Carrlnat 11 Bridi;-, All kin.n of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

J. VINCENT Per ' Cheap » Product. |TABLE poultry «nd Pure-bud Minorca and Le^horne Egg* in MaMt-. « CHARLTON BT^ N«wca«tle Wert, Near CotUfe Bridge R. THOMSON, Watchmaker & Jeweller. All Bepaira Goaianteei. Ring*, Brooche*, etc., mane to order. 14* HPNTEB ST. WE8T. Newcaetle Wanted Known THAI MOASE BROTHERS I (f AMILY GROCERs) addreat ii | 5*17 HUNTER STREET WEST 1 (Corner of Union St, I, Newest tie. ! TV. J. HAWTHORNE, Beaumonr-ttreet, Hamilton, ?Kjgfe ?Good Pair of BOOT 6 to«^UE3S Order, or Repair* nealy executed. Try Him. Haud-iewD Repair* a Sjecialitj. c. a. davis, DYER - AND « CLEANER 309 Hunter itrett West, Featfaera Dyed and ' urled. Gloves Cleanfl. Hats Cleaned or Pyod, Re pain e« t)y Cone. FaHed Macintoebea Dyed. JOHN KIDD & CO., Wholesale and Retail BOOT MANUFACTURERS. 207 il UA'TER ST. WEST, K ewcastle.

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POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Who Gains by War. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

I POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC I Who Gains by War. It is magnificent for a man to be wi' ing to die for freedom, but to be willing to kill others and die for the extension of. capita ism is quite a different thing I can hardly see where patriotism comes in, in a case of this kind. ? , ... .... yu general principles it may be said that : The fools all go to war and fight, 1 he knave* all stay at home, 'ihe fools a'l thinfc they fight j for right, J As they used to think in Rome. But when they fo'd their nations ? flag. -*nd retu-n home in their rags, They find the knaves have btolen the wealth And put it in their bags. This has been abont the history of all wars for the last hundred years. Nobody has oeen bene fitted by them except the capita ist class. The modem appeal to patriotism is only an appeal to the poor to fi ? bt for the interests of the rich. Farmer's Kevuw (America). A Coming Danger. Britain is bui ding torpedo destroyers of the latest pattern, and a portion of her fleet is be...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

The PARIS COMMUNE CELEBRATIONS. A.S.L. HEADYUARTERS. SUNDAY, MARCH 18. Special International MUSICAL PROGRAMME and Short Lecture on THE COMMUNE By Comrade CHAS. EYRE . You'll Miss Mr t/UI Him when He'sjjone. JH Secure HiB YOrkV Whiher:8 Second-hand Clothing Bought and Sold. AIbo O d Gold unci Silver A Splend'd Lot of Dungaree Overalls. YORKY ALL SORTS. 77 -HUNTER STREET WEST -77 Newc-aatiK CLEARING OF CROCKERY & GLASSW ARE MENMUIR'S, 1S1 Hunter*st. West. Near Auclund Street. Commencine — PAY FRIDAY, MARCH 9 BARGAINS ! CAIN'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Hunter-street West, Newcastle CHARLES CAIN, Late of Fern Tree Hotel, Gosford, PROPRIETOR. — - o— — '* Beat and Purest of Spirituous Drinks Retailed.

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The Parable of the Boer War. (FOR THE PEOPLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

Tbe Parable of the Boer J War. (For The People.) J | There was a certain people called I | the Boer?, who read their Bibles 1 every day, and behold ! within I their country were found many j gold mines. And verily some Englishmen. I who seldom read their Bibles, and j certain aescend\nts 01 rather Abraham (called Yiddishera) said among themselves : 'We must, have this eountry. ' For one of them, who was sur , named Rhodes, had declared : 'We will have the whole of ^outh Africa for the empire, right or wrong,' And Rhodes did consult with the Queen's Chamberlain, who was called Joseph, — for he wore a coat of many c -lors, — ind he said : ' Rearken, O Chamberlain ! 1 will get me 500 men under ?tamieson, with horses and with gnns. And they shall all be men of va'or. And they shall ride like bushrangers over the Boer's country, and shall rail -t and tak-- it.' But, behold I the Boera were wise in their generation, and they went and captured Jamison, he and a 1 his Ht -aightway Then said...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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THE ORACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

THE ORACLE. J.W.B. ( Wardell). — Sorry — for you .; but what is a 'Socialist by in stinct,' anyhow ? A claks-conscious Socialist' is one who, understanding the full significance of the class war, aims at the solidifying of the working-claBS movement, nor in one country alone, but in every country. He knows no international boundary lines, and will stand by the workers of anv other countrv. when ever the capitalists of the .country in which he happens to reside for the time being endeavor to carry their ex pansion ideas to a practical conclusion at the point ol the sword. How much better would it be were you a dans-conscious Socialist rather than a ' Socialist by instinct.' J.R.B. (Jesmond). — Imperial (or capitalist) expansion means longer life to British capitalism in Britain it self. F.B. — (Gosford). — Sam Hordern's sons haven't volunteered to serve in the contingent, nor yet have McSharry Barton's. They are at Oxford Uni versity training to become expert fleecers. And the others...

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