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SOCIAL DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
SOCIAL DEMANDS. 1. CHILD LABOR. — All children to attain the age of 15 before being permitted to engage in any wage-earning occupation. 2. WOMEN'S LABOR. — Equalisation of women's wages with those of men v\ here equal service is performed. No woman to be em ployed undo?- conditions detrimental to her health or morality. 3. EIGHT-HOTJR DAY. — Reduction of the hours of labor in accord ance with tbe incease of product on ; immediate legalisation of a ?working day of eieht hours (or less), overtime to beapenal offence 4. FACTORIES LEGISLATION. — An efficient and comprehensive Factories Act to provide for healthy and humane conditions of employment ; any breach of the Act to be a penal offence ; all Factory inspectors to be elected by the workers in their respective districts. 5# EMPLOYERS LIABILITY. — An Employers Liability Act to pro vide for compensation to workers who may be injured, and to their families in event of fatal termination ; no contracting out to be permitted - STANDARD W...
Newcastle Wharflaborers [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Newcastle Wharflaberers On Tuesday evening the weekly meeting was held, and officers were elected for the en suing half-year as follows : President, W. T. Dick, M.P. ; vice-President, H. Harris ; Secre tary, W. Stevens; Assistantse cretary, P. Coulton ; Treasurer, I. Askew ; Trastees, W. England, — Sculler, and J. Duggan ; Com mittee of Management : North, Dudding, W. Coulton, Devine, A. Barrie. Resolved that a deputation of two in conjunction with Messrs. Dick, Hughes, and S. Smith in terview the manager of the New castle and Hunter River S.S. Co. re the alteration of hours worked on their wharf. Votes of thanks were accorded the retiring officials. Next meet ing, Tuesday, March 14. Finan cially and numerically the union is making good headway. 'Mr JeaaeOo'lingfiinlSSlcal'ed attenti n to ihe attack* m»de upon Mr. Chamberlain bf the Tory Partr m having a meaning far beyond me«» personal hostility. The policy --f the privileged class** is to attack, and, if, pns-ible, to crash anybod...
Sweating by the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Sweating by the Railway Commissioners. J UST as we go to press (Thurs day), word reaches us from Mr. W. T. Dick, M.P., that the men working on the Newcastle Boat Harbor 'Works are NOT to receive 7s. a day; because 6s. 6d. is the standard fixed by the Railway Commissioners, who are not sub ject to Ministerial instructions. Ihe sooner Parliament removes from the Commissioners the power to continue such sweating the better will it be for all concerned. More about this matter next week.
Amity among all Classes. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Amity among aUClasses. We s»y.ther ? i - o-i \r cine waf tO'j maintain '? an even balance of justice ' in this or any other count y ; that is, to establish ?' justice ' by abolishing: class. There can be no amity nntii the interests of all are identical ; to-day tbev are antipodal .The working! class must abolish the other classes bv establishing the co-operative commonwealth. The strike is one of the weapons, the economic weapon, they must use ; the ballot the other. I'o realise their object the working class must nse both intelligently :n their own interest. No capitalist or employer can fight their battles in the Legislature and that of his own c'ass ; the in dividual whe proposes to do so is a fraud, 'l he-e is a class struggle. There can be no compromise. The worker muse owa the instruments of production. It m becmee we believe in the development of individuality that we advocate Socia ism Qnder capitalism, robbery only ia re corded. A rew urow rich, and the mass of the people,...
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. Tbi etolca of Sooiallam are identical with the ?tblcs of Chrlitlaaity.— Bnoyclopsdla Brittaoiea. Tht abolition of that individual action on wnioh modern societies depend, and the aaUtitntloo ot % regulated svitem of oo-operatire tattoo. — Impe- rial Dictionary. A theory of lociety that advocates a more pre cise, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the social relation! of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed. — Webster. Atoienceof reoons .noting tooiety on an en tirely new bails by sabstitotlag the prinoiple ot association tor that ot competition is ever; branch of he man indnttry.— Woroester's Dictlorary. Any theory or ayttem of loeal organisation which would abolish sntireiy or in great part, the indivldaal effort aud competition oa which modsrn e^elety rasts, and substitute oo-operation; would introdnoe a more perfect and equal distri bution ot the products of labor, and would m-ke land aud capital, as the instruments of produc tion, the Joint paaen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Coder the personal supervisi m of T W. GRAY, late of Jas. Welsh. ! GRAY, JOHNSON, & 60 Family Grocers * Produce Merchants, Borough Markets, Newcastle. All Goods of Best Quality at Lowest Bates. A Trial Order solicited. IMPORTANT. AGENTS and Subscribers, etc., are requested to make their monthly or quarterly remittances to Thb PsortE promptly. There is no banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon to wait far 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 thoughtfalness sn the part ot t je customers would make the I task of producing Thb Pboplb a much ighter one that at present H R. HOLLAND Managing-Editor, IK HISJTEPS. What woald Jeans D*T PEOPLE who have read the works of CHARLE-4 SHELDON should obtsln tbe following by R. PROurOR and see what lesus would do if he were to come on earth again. The New Evangel Price 6d, Tbe Epistel of Richard id The second Epi&...
"The People." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 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 : Newcastle Office. J.W.B., Wardell, 2s ; W.P., Cobar, 4s ; W.S.R., Cobar, Is ; P.S., Newcastle West, Is ; J.S., Newcastle West, 1« ; J.M., Hamilton, 2s ; J.C., Dural, (per W.W., Glenorie), Is ; D.F., New castle, 4a ; J.A.K., Woonona, 3b ; G.F., Newcastle, Is. STDNBT OFFICE S.A., Is ; R.H., Is ; C.P., Is ; A. R., 1« ; — .G., Is ; — .K., 1 S ; J. M.,-ls ; K.— 2a ; A.L., Is ; J.S., 2s ; J.S., la.
The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
The Socialist Press As* sistance Fund. This Fund is inaugurated by the Aus tralian Socialist Lea me to aid the Social ist Press and contributions are aske'1 from all who believe in the principles of Social ism and the neeesit.y of -Socialist Propa ganda. The money will be used in placing ' The People-Collectivist ' organ of the Australian Socialist League, on a sound ilnwial basis. Contributions may be sent to the Socialist Headquarters, secretaries of branches, holders of contri bution card*, or tbe Newcastle office. It should be noted that this Fund was opened on May 22, 1899, previou' to which there had Keen received on the Socialist Press £50 Fund, at Sydney office, £25 8s, and at Newcatt'e Office L7 i3s 9d. Total, L33 s 0d Syrirxv Office. Previously acknowledged, £47 2b 9d ; D.C., Is ; S.C.C., Is ; W. Y., Is ; H.K., 2s ; J.H., 2a ; J.O. M., Is ; W.S., 6d ; W.D., 6d ; C. M.B., Is. Total, £i7 12s 9d. If BWCAS7 LI OPVIOX. Previously acknowledged, £10 5s 6d ; J.A.K., 6d. Total, £10...
NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
NUTS. The figures of our foreign com merce for the last fiscal year, ever so incomprehensible to the labor | ipg man, are tnere y the arithme tical expression of econcmic de velopment? brought about by his ' industry, affecting deeply his own condition, and pregnant with further changes of still greater import to himself and to his class, j Could he read them intelligently, could thei ? true mesnine be made 1 plain to him. his now vatue per ception of human right and social I justice, which impels him at times I to resist oppression in much the ! same way as a blind hercules would J fight off a k-'en-e»ed vampire, soon t evolve into a clear sighted spirit j of class consciousness and clear folida-itv, embodied in a mighty ! movement of social emancipa- ' tion. ! -°~ At the viliiagc -'f Hill of Weatb, j Fifeshire, the public house h*s I been for some time managed by the people themselves. The statement of accounts as submitted to the west Fife Licensing Com nittee some six weeks ago,...
Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. Headquarters Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Coming Events. j Sydney and Suburbs. I Headquarters Lectures. Sunday. Mar?b ll ~C.. j .Ba-low | ' Militant danitalism,' I ! Sunda- , Mn -f'i 18- 9'rcial Combined [ Celebraiio-i oc the Paris Commune by A S f- nnd InWn tional S»c:al j ist CluK Snecial International Muo'oa' Programme and LentU'e on ' The Commune ' by Cjmrade Ch»B. Eyre. Sunday. ' Mnrnh 20— Mrs. Bard we 11, Subject to be announced. BRAXGH MEETINGS. Newtown. Wednesday. March I4. ECONOM'C CLASS. Saturday March 10 — Meet* at heart quarters at 8p.m. Reidiog. ''Cooper ative Ccmmon wealth.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
SUtetralicm Socialist Cectttue. Headquarters : vAVFrf*LT- ' *»M CAflTr.KRPA^H-STRERT ?TUXKV. N\«.W. * * .. oytrrcTA, tv.a e*t*t»if»-rnnnt **f * Orto**»rntf**'Co*nmon »»v^ f»T- fTW*l|r^hlp,Of ?r * ffriqn^ --wu« nt r»ro«1nntirvi M KTROTK. CJTbo industrial and rnlltlcal organisation of the workers. th° ho!dln« of lecture*, the distribution of H*emtnro. and «h»» *l*cMon o? cnCMlat* to aM pibb'c f'otfifi*. Mnniciral Conned*. aid Parlfa aa«»n*. MRMREn^HTP. £No person *ball be eligible for memberthlo in an; branch of this League who is a member of any other political organisation. Ferpon* deair on« of jolnine ahall.bA shown this rale, in order that they may pledge thenisu»lTC8 thereto. K.p.w, general executive. CHA9. M. BARLOW, Hon. Gen. Sec. OFFICIAL, fflTo Branch Secretaries. You are requested to keep Gen. See notified as early as poBiiUe of all fixtures in connection with Branches, and also to | suprlv report* of monthly meetings im mediately after holding of same* AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL 1ST...
STEARN'S ROACH KILLER [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
STEARX'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box. Charity can never take the place of justice. Monopoly is the ripe fruit of competition. Profit, rent and interest consists of unpaid labor. — (H* When a disease is uucurable the medical man applies palliatives to smooth the patient*' existence. To -day.the quack politician proposes palliatives to cure the capitalistic society of its evils. , Tin socialist is in the field to abolish th systnm that breeds evils, and establish a healthy society. — o— Socialists insist that^everyone who can shall work, and none who «an and will not work shall be de prived of the freedom to starve. — — -0 ? Our Labor Leaders are again talking of arbitration (compulsory). Arbitration between the robber H and the robbed is silly and Utopian. D There can be no compromise be- 9 tween capitalism and labor. One Q must go un'ier. 9 The Socialist party is pre-ern- I inently the peace party of Eu.-ope. 9 Labor, manual and intel'ectual, I alone produce* all the...
Impeach the Scoundrel. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900
Impeach the Sconndrel. , Is' an article ill Justice, for Oct. 7 of last year, our comrade Hyndman wrote : — ' That Mr, Joseph Chamberlain was privy to the*shameful Jame I'fion raid is not only believed by the Boers but, as Mr. Labouchere has clearly pointed out, this is the only explanation yet offered of many ugly episodes in that ugly affair. It is openly Baid, indeed, that the Jew clique and Rhodes, who backed those fili busters of the white feather, holds letters written by Chamberlain ol so compromising a character that if he does not their bidding, and directly or indirectly bring about war, they can ruin him politically by publishing them.' The disclosures which have just been made by the Independent Beige fully confirms this view. There can be no doubt now that our Colonial Secretary ' stood in ' with the raiders. It has been said that it is difficult to conceive of a Cabinet of existing Englishmen less susceptible to capitalist control than the present one. Whatever may be ...