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WHO MAKES THE WEALTH AND WHO GETS IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

WHO MAKES THE WEALTH j AND WHO GETS IT ? It is estimated that in Britain, with its population of thirty-six millions, there are generally about 700,000 men out of work. There are about 800,000 paupers. Of every thousand persons who die in Merrie England over nine hundred die without leaving any property at all. About eight millions of people exist always on the border of destitution. About twenty millions are poor, iviore xi ? ? 1 ? 1 « . r . . ? man nan ine national income belongs to about ten thou sand people. About thirty-thousand people own fifty five fifty-sixths of the land and capital of the kingdom, but of thirty- six millions of people only 1 J millions get above £3 a- week. The average income per head of the working classes is about £17 a-year, or less than is per day. i here. are millions of our people working under conditions and living in homes that are simply disgrace ful. The sum ot crime, vice, drunkenness, gambling, prostitution, idleness, ignorance, want, disease a...

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

Education and Socialism. Education has brought its revenges, for what the Encyclo pedists did for religion and free dom of thought and knowledge in the last century the Socialists of this century have done for economic equality and justice. And what a splendid work has been accomplished. Permeating every school of thought so cialistic truths have w-on to out side every class of learning ; pro found philosophy has paid tribute to the wisdom and justice of our theories. Statesmen have seen and a re clearer in. vision as to the practicability of the schemes suggested by the minds who want to surround all humanity with an environment which shall make for higher things, a loftier plane of progress than the mean . one of greed and selfishness, robbery and monopoly. — !-E.\' TTLTjETT. 1 Since the introduction of ma chinery and the subjugation of the independent tradesman to the factory master and mill lord, capitalism and the factory system have conquered every industrial country, and conj...

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

British Rule in India. I News from Calcutta states that the famine is increasing to an alarming extent. Scarcity or famine now extends over an area of nearly 4fl0,000 square miles, and is affecting no less, even ac cording to capitalist correspon dents, than 52,500,000 of the Indian population. By tar the larger portion, too, of the area and the population is purely British territory and under direct i Britis'i domination. During the last three weeks the numbers affected by the famine have been increasing at the rate of i/iOj'XX' per week. Th« number which is at present being relieved by the St?te is placed at about 2,OUlU)00 people; and the Government of India has already issued an order imposing a reduction in the scale of wages on relief works because of the acute financial situation. This time, too, there will be no Mansion House Fund to relieve even a modicum of the appalling distress. Mansion House charity is required to assist the campaign for the annexation of the Trans vaal...

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

British Engineers. jj There se-ms to be a s-'tk'd I conviction o:i the parr of most I of the men in the engineering in- I dnstries . that trouble lias been I altogether banished from the I land, so far as they are concerinnl. I If ever a splendid body of men I had a chance to rotview lust ? ground the men in this branch of industry have the best, dnrinu' a state of good trade, particularly at this junctnre. One hears of firms bcimr ap proached by the men to put oh .the long day again. It is hardly creditable, though, that we should have men going 1 ---^rtzing to put the chains on their necks. But that is due to the fact thai there is little cohesion among the union? representing the trade. There will have to be a grand killiinrof all the old vendetta hates if there is to be anything like strength shown. It is only killitnr one's own to have all these hates.— Br-t sh *o-:iali.it Nevus.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIRES. ALTER CASES John L. Began and the Coal Mines Act. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

etfteS. ALTER GASES. John L. fcgan and the Goal mines Act. I When the censure motion against the Reid Government was being debated, Mr. JohnL. Fegan delivered himself of some very strong utterances against Mr. Joseph Cook, the then Minister for Mines. In Hansard , No. 9, page 1077, Mr. Fegan is recorded as having said : We have had a Coal Mines Regu lation Act passed, and if I tell hon. members that that Act has not been put into operation in its most vital points up to the present day, whose fault will it bje 1 I admit we did not expect much from the gentleman who occupied the position of Secretary for Mines and Agriculture previously, because he did not understand the subject thoroughly ; but a practical man who has earned his livelihood in the calling of a miner should not neglect those men when put in the honored position of administrator of that Act. We find that that Act iB not. administered now. A resolution was passed by % large portion of the mining community asxing that 'h...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN CHAMBERLAIN LAIN RE-CALLED. HE WAS FOR PEACE BECAUSE HE ESTIMATED THE COST OF WAR. AFTER MILNER VISITS ENGLAND, CHAMBERLAIN RE-CALLS BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 10 March 1900

THE MAN CHAMBER* . LAIN Rfe-eALLED. he was eor peace be cause HE ESTIMATED THE COST OF WAR. AFTER MILNER VISITS ENGLAND, CHAMBERLAIN RE-CALLS BUTLER. FROM the Westminster Budget : Everybody knows that Sir William Butler waa appointed to act as Go vernor of Cape Colony and High Com missioner of South Africa during Sir Alfred Milner'a short visit to Eng land. Sir William Butler, to whom no definite instructions were given, was leftr to fill Sir Alfred Milner'a place, and he proceeded to do what in nine cases out of ten would have been the thing most earnestly desired by the Government which he was serving. That is to say, he did all in his power to keep things quiet, and to avoid what in common parlance we cerm a ' row.' Everyone who has served in the outlying portions of the Empire is aware that this is the line which most generally commends itself to the authorities in Downing-street ; and if any blame attaches to Sir William Butler in this matter, it is that he was somewhat more ou...

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

, INTERNATIONAL. France. The following is the resolu tion passed by the Socialist Con gress in Paris : 'The Socialist Party is com posed — ' 1. Of the five national organi sations. '2. Of regional and departmen tal federations. ' 6. Of groups which shall request to be affiliated to the Party. But these groups must have at least 50 subscribing members, have been in existence one year, and there must be no federation in their department. These groups will be struck off the list if they do not form a de partmental federation during the following year. They cannot be re admitted except bj the unani mous consent of the general com mittee. ' Of trades unions who adhere to the declaration of Socialist principles enumerated by the first general congress of the Party. ' Of eo-operative societies who also adhere to these principles, and devote part of their funds to \ Socialistic propaganda. { ' The Party shall meet once a year in a general congress. Each general congress shall determine 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

We noticed in the piper the ot 'ier day that, the largest hat evei made in Eng. land was shipped to Newcastle, N.S W, 'I hit may ke correct, bnt it is certain that HAKRY STEGGA & CO. keep the Large 't. a - d A«*o-tn-l Stock of flats iu Newcastl' J. H. SMITH, — 'THE' JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. JUST IMPORTED, the »ery latest and most fashionable assortment of Jewellery Watches, Clocks, Electro Plate, ctc* The Quality and Design of which cannot be excelled, md at Very Lowest Prices. I make anything and everything in the line, on the premises. For Watch and Clock Repairs best in Newcastle. NEXT DOOB MARKETS— 73 HUNTER STRET. Spectacles from li per pair.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Liebknecht on the Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

Liebkneeht on the Grime. w. Liebknecht, the g^and old; German Socialist, in a letter to Koir Hardie, describes, the war as U|that abominable 8outh African Crime,' and says' : ' Never has capitalistic rapacity committed a greater infamy and done more harm to the country it i has enthralled. Yon know how I love England, which, as it gave me' niy political education, I uaed to' call my second Fatherland ; but wl^at ^n now be said in favo: of Engiandi? Yoja.have no idea how deep England has.fallen in the esteem of the world, and how unanimous -public opinion and feeUc^sr/again ^t. th? .country whose people coined the grand words ' my hoqee -is my castle,' and whose - Gpyernme^c now, against a small, free people, play the part of the housebreaker- and murderer. I see only one way. put of this shame : a. rising of the .English people, to'punish the criminals who made this war from lust of gold. ' If 'England d6es nbt punish the crimfhals and redress the crime, she tier self is guilty of j...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPITALISM AND THE STATE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

CAPITALISM ANP THE . '6fATE. ' ' ?' The capitalist system ^of exploit ation isj-y no1 mparts the' product of specific. 'laws. ' It is,' oh the contraiy, ,tlj$( weaknesses .ofvthie' system that liave bryu^ht, forth 'the laws that are to-day in force. These lays do not. create the ex-y . ploitatidh of' the . working-class ; iwrrilv. mvwtHft -fnr.fKo amnAlK I fanning of' the* system of ex pleitaftion, . together j. witli ' alii' the o£her- processes* appertaining to the existing' . social;? order. Competition being styled, the n*in spring 'of prod'tjetfor^ law inay be designated tihe 'lubrica- ting Oil, ' the object, of which is' to diminish as much as possible' 'the - friction between' the ? social antagonism in the present social mechanism/ ? For ?every - weak ness in the conBtitutJorifSfmake .* - * ' 'i * ?.? ij.'.'VV ? - . .???7 -t ' . -pi& * ; . J \*u -v. I '? up of the. capitalist, system, a special function is required of modern government. i * * * It is a-weokneqe in'tj...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

Key Note. The child' corned 'into, the ?world like a new coin with the stamp of God upon it; and in like manner as the misers sweat down sovereigns by hustling^ thepi, in a bag -to set gold-dust out of them, so is the poor man's child-hustled and sweated down in. -.this bag' of society to get wealth out of it ; and eveo as the impress of ther Queen is effaced by the miser's process, so is the image of Go'd worn frppa thehe^rt, and .day .by, day; the. child-recedes devilward.— MASSBY. r^c,PcGPL£: AND THE COt.LECTIVIST. '1 he World for .the V^e'rld'a Workers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

J. VINCENT Por m Cheap « Prodiec. JlABIJe JPQUWBJ and Tiue bttd Minorca ,aud Leghorn* ? 0HABLT0N8T., NwrewtU ,We*. ? Maw Cottage Bridge ? R. THOMSON, WttcjMcr * Jeweller* All Bei*ur»jSQ|tent|we.i. ' Bingi, Broocbea, etc.. made to order. . 143 HUNTER ST. WB8T. Newcartle UTanled Known nil MOASE BROTHERS :(FAHI1.Y^ ROGERS) ado raw u 9MT HClf TBR STREET WEST (Corner of Linion 8t,(, Newcsstie W. J. HAW£HOW$5, Beanmaat..twet, Hamilton, for » Good Pair ofBOOTE, larder, or Repaifv m»'It eu^nt^a. irjr Him. fiand-wwBTtie|iain a Speciality. C. A. tD A VIS , DYER ? AND ? GLSANEH 809 BuntoMtTect Wett, Feather* Djed aad Curled. Glow Cleaned. ! liriia Cleamed er Djed, Hi £»irt Neatly -1)om; -^Med XaeintothM ~YyE8T END /DBNJAL .BOOJWS. GEO.~WEIB, DENT/l»l.8URSEOfy BiD.S.;* ENQ :J'entisiry in aU iU Brascbe*. BatUfacUori ' Guaranteed. ° 'Conaultation Free. Operations PainlPM. Addreu — 62 HUNTER ST. WBST, Oppotite Frjar'a Royal ifotei. Kewcaatle Trama-atop at door. JOHN KXpi) & CQ., ' Wtaoleaa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

ARTIFICIAL TtETH m e| 1 m Gu oa a a OLL- PLATES Repaired St Remodelled BUCKALfi HUNT. Chemists & Dentists, Ranter . street, Newca«tle and Kom -st Wallsend Mr. Blsekall may be consulted at the Wallsend establishment on Tues 'ay and 'Vidav afternoons, 8ILBERT BROS. COACH FACTORY, 3S5 * 3ST - Hanter St. west. EVERT Description of VEHICLE built to Order. Of the Newest Design, with the BUST MATERIALS Carriages, Sulkies, Baggies, Spring Carts etc. ESUMATKS GIVEN* Papain Promptly Rxecuted. 8ulkie* a Speciality. ZJ Jt. REERLESS SiSlB« P0W0E1. rhe Feet that Money wn Bay AH Groeer-t. A. BtHjETLAND, ScwisiSlwtiwwMmporter AND RKPAISKB, 1791 Haat# JK. l^est. Treadle Maebins^ Jf fit. , ? flnKTwl Lt%,|3 10s. SU HOLT, adVMtWnc aa# W- VpVat ? CoatressoK badbtti* OisMMsM. Slfas oailad op AUwOrk at B*a-nwMe lataf. «l BaateMtraet, H**ra*MMb PARIS COMMUNE GELE EEATIOyS. A.S.L, ' tjfB nDQUA'&r&ft^ ' t SUNOny, MHReH 18, 1900. rjpHE following Songs will be sung : — The New Marseilla...

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THE BRUNCHES. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

THE BRANCHES. NEWCASTLE. Members are notified th it the branch meeting will be held thi* evening at Thk floras ofloe. The principle bnriness wilt be the election of delegate* to Con fe enoe. OnTues ay evening a successful out door meeting wsa held st Glebe land. To-morrow (Sunday) evening, H E Holland, will ipeak at Plattsborg on '' Tne Stofy of the Wardner Boll Pes '

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POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Slum Property. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC' Sinn Property. I The Bev, -V. t arle, a Bntioh parson who was prosecuted lately for the insanitary condition of soire of his house property, has no lack of candour, In a letter to a London evening paper he states, in answer to an allusion to the Church and slum property : ' Will you allow me to mention in reference to this matter that the UbnrcN nas always Deen laentinea with this class of property ? The See of W inchester at one time possessed Tory large ' slums ' in .'outhwark, and the tenants were such objectionable people that they were cilled ' Winchester geese'' And the rev. gentleman adds : ' I wish I had more stum property ; I am rather fond of it.' Doubtless he finds it very lucrative, and he evidently has no objection to filthy lno-e. Some Definitions of the State. The state is not something arbitrarily made ; it doss not arrive by £° contract be tween men nor tiy the power of one or more individuals The state grows like an organism, but not accordi...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORGANISING COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

ORGAN I SIN G COMMITTEE Met on Tuesday, March 18, and m \de the following arrangeme ts for Do main on Sunday March 18 — Take stump and paper* fram ball, Drake and Itaac* Speakers— Meill (chairman), Drake, Isaacs, Morrish.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Real A.M.B. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

The Real A.M.8. From the Labob Lkader). 'You've passed the hat for Tommy, and I you've dropped your shilling in, I | For you don't want Tommy's kids J to want their food. , You've backed the blooming Empire 1 withy our ton gueand with your tin. | And you're feeling patriotically 1 But ffrmmy's not the only nne who I . does his'countiy's work. Tho' banjo-bards, when singing,, never mind him, Yet in factory and workshop, from the drawing till the mirk If you only look, you'll never fail to find him Duke's son, Snook's Son, son of a hundred kings. Take from tnis absent-minded their income day by day, Each of them dome his little brat to collar the most of his things, And leave him bare subsistence, namely, his pay — pay— pay. , He's an absent-minded beggar, not looking far ahead, His labors they are constant, his comforts they are few ; He's mostly always married, with youngsters to be fed, And his brow is corrugated, think ing how to pull things through. His condition economic is as v...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Executive Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

Executive (Sommlttee. I Vet at Headquarters on Varch 8, Prefcnt, A B Proud (ch-iri J J Morn'sh J O Moroney, G Isaacs. V H Drake and General Secretary C M Bar ow Minutes confirmed. Cormpindenee from New castle Branch and Managing-editor. Sua tentation and capita' ion fee received from. , v*wo*stle. Financial State ment—General Secretary reported ; In band. Press Fund, L6 Os Id ; Gene ral, lil 16s Sd i General Agitation Fund, La 11* Resolved that a sub-committee be appointed to draft a municipal plat form, and a resolution defining the policy of. the organisation in reference to Federal and State Election*, also to draft a poliey defining our attitude on the South African war t sueh resolution* to be submitter to annual Conference

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

NUTS. If we all praietice thrift, and be come capitalists, who would do the wo k ? Napoleon the Great said that ' you mn*t keep the people at work or fighting if you watit to kefcp them in slavery, for leisure gives reflection, and reflection gives discontent, and dissontant gives liberty, and liberty end* *laVer- — o*» Prostitution is one of the in evitable outgrowths of wretched poverty, of unearned wea th, of class rule; of profit-grinding capitalism ! Wages ! what are they ? Wages are but the latter day equivalent for the rations of the slave, the fodder for the human beast of burden.— Worker's Republic, Dub lin. — o — There is going to he a mighty howl in the state of Illinois *ery S'On. Trusts with a combined capital of 500,000,000dols th eaten to move out of the State, decta ing theft legislation is too h stile. Of course, the blnfE wH work to peri fectioa. The newspapers, capital iota and politicians will unite in one grand: bowl- of condemnation about driving capital from t...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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AT HEADQUARTERS. "Militant Capitalism." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS. 'Militant Capitalism.' General-Secretary Barlow, in open ing on the above on Sunday last, told the audience the subject would be more narrative than argumentative, and taking an illustration from what had recently oocurred in one of the western states of America, he showed : the extent the capitalist cLua were ntenared to so to to maintain their supremacy, and how for ' labor legislation ' or oonstitntiona of any kind protected the- working class while the governmental power re mained in the hands of their, natural enemies. He then briefly outlined the history of the attempted smashing of the Western Federation of Miners by (primarily) the Standard Oil Co. He showed how the Government of the State of Idaho, before the slightest disturbance oocurred, proclaimed martial law at the bidding of the mine owners and applied for federal troops. Theae federal troops arriving, reached the town ef Wardner and landed in a stockade known as '* The Bull Pan ' 1600 miners. These m...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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