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Newcastle Wharf Laborers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

Newcastle Wharf Laborers. The weekly meeting of the above nnion was held at Pike's Rooms on Tuesday, 18. The vice, President in the chair. Correspondence was read from W. T, L/ick M. P., acknowledging his position as president, with a guinea enclosed, and from the assistant secretary of the 8.W.L,U. Favorable reports irom cue delegates to Morpeth ana canvassing delegates on Newcastle Wharves, were received with- a farther enrolement of new mem bers. The steady progress and enthusiasm shown' at sech meeting augurs well for the suocess of the nnion, and the consequent betteiment of the conditions of, this body of workerJ. The Union meets again on Tuesday next at the same place. It is not sufficient that tbe pay ment of the nnion standard, wage, be lefttothecspriesofany Minister of theorown. It must be made the law of the land. When our very tired Parliament cornea to gether, one of its first acts should be the passing of a measure de creeing that on Aiiii Government works the union st...

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 — 17 March 1900

PATHONISE Local industry BY DRINKING WOOD'S CELK HEATED OASTLEMAINE ALE. C~° JB. ALE A S D STOUT — O — EQUAL TO IMPORTED A.T LESS THAN HALF TH-C COST

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

INTERNATIONAL. -T? ? ' ^M&nnfy^ys : gfg* In Great^ Bntaiii^there afo' 'toji£y 1,500,000$ trade unionists, 20 tx-l-30.;per cent of whom are,' Socialists, '^et eighteen, years ago ihere was ndt 'a single So cialist v.ithin the rankB. There are about 1,000,000 trades unionists in France, three-fourths „of whom, may be^claasSd as SociWistS.'; In Germany there are' about 7Cfa,000 trades' unfdn iats, 95 per cent of whom are Social ists. In Belgium, Holland, and Italy, the same conditions may be said to obtain.' — o — The figures showing the growth of Socialism in Europe and America during the past five years are very significant. The Socialist revolution is a bloodless one, and is accom panied with very little noise, but is getting there just the same* -o — In the Belgium Chamber ot Depu ties a motion has been brought for ward in the names of Vandervelde, Anseele, Furnemont Denis and Theolor, proposing a vote 50,000 francs to the Belgian Bed Cross So ciety for the wounded in the T...

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 — 17 March 1900

CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S ltOACH KILLER, la Box. TELE PLACE F0R BARGAINa DRapBRr is Gromie & Doohan's. THE BEAL LITE CASH DBAPEBS, 127 : HUNTER : STREET, : NEWCASTLE, Three doors fiom Perklo Stieer. /t-PTITTP7l'l COFFEE PALACE, 1 r% /'I ? T 35 Hanter.at, Newcaatle. MRS. R. NASH, PROPRIETRESS. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. Ex^llent T*W« MniU at All Hour? 8IXPENCE. Private Booms Upstaira 9d. Gsodi rteds— OME SHILLINO. ? A Trial Solicited. WHfzN YOU RE — BEST VALUE [N MILLINERY AND D fAPKHT, viiit LEWIS MD THOMAS, 143 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE. Did You speak ? 'X/TtS- I was saying you can buy BREAD from BBAZILL'S at Svdaey Pricei— ? JL 34. a Loaf, Cash,' ' It's alright too, Ibeiere.*' 'Well, r ought to be, considering he is doing the Largest Retail Business in Newoastle. You should tij it Thsfs ooneltttire proof.' ., ? 6. S. BRflZlLL, Practical Baker, Islington. RUMS. 0B6AK5. MUSIC. W. H. PALING AND CO., LmiTBD, 8TDNB.r/J0; NEWCASTLE,: aB.U 1S,B AN B. ( Batablished IS58. :...

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. ' At present Lord Roberta has in South Africa more than five times the number of soldiers that lord Kagian had in the Crimea. — O- 1 How disastrous Magerafontein ! was is only now b*ing discovered, at the mailp come in. The Bigh land Brigade, ma ched in nie darkness to within a couple of hundred yardB of the Boer en trenchments met a fire like tbe opening of Hell. Three times the Highlanders broke and fled, nor could any orders stimu ate those historic regiments again to ad vance. ' The atars in their courses were surely against us/' writes an eye-witness. _ o — Fanny ? Bather ! Six shillings and six pence a day for the men wh6 do the bird bullocking work at the Newcastle Boat Harbor works, and £2 lis 8d a day for the burly bike-riding boss ! Wonder if that boss's dog* charge for the time they put in ine-inspecting ? — o— The Government of Blood and Bluster shakes and totters. Black, black, black be its fall. If a worse Government be possible in Britain, the corruption of Capi...

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 — 17 March 1900

YOU WORKERS ! Don't Forget LANCE'S OOFKE ROOM. ABKET WHAHF. Tea, Coffee, and Coco* ? JllllliY.MMMfltl.lN. Th* Premier. — o - the PKEMIKB HAIBDBE8SIN G 1 AND SHAVING SALOON, 7S BsateMtmt, Ntwiwtlr, next Borough .Markets —A ??Iran towrl to each cutooer Ladies' OrnamentHl Hairwork executed on the prerntM-s We do not profeas to cure Come, Warts, or Bunions, but a disMSe.-.of the Ifcalp carefully au4 too- . fully treated by 1 us. We. di a&e)h- t ra^ our Customer* to the ender marries of utderpaid sMistants, Every civility atirf attention, Four ehairr No waiting GiVe w ?- Trial. WILL 'OTHVKIIw Manager. The PARIS eOMMUNB CELEBRATIONS. A.S.L. HEADQUARTERS. SUNDAY, MARCH 18. Special International MUSICAL PROGRAMME aad Short Lecture oa THE COMMUNE By Comrade CHAS.. EYRE.

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

A CO t- ? t-l!iU -iArttv Through thi- par ind cates thai your an script on is Again due, and ah «nl i f-trwa^ded to the office 9' Hanter-sttreei .^est, Mewcastle A COLORED MARK \ Albugtide nf thi* (ignite* t-mt YOUB 8DB-CRIPTION IS OVERDUE, aad ?hoald lie forwarded to the Secret*, j, at Heariqu»-ter- 2 I CAsTLEREAOU STREET SfDNSY. A ^»amp|e Sopy of Papir Is ^n Idtyitatjoii to Subscribe.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BOOK WORTH READING. "Patriotism and Empire" (Review abridged from "Justice.") [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

A BO0K WORTH READING. ''Patriotism and Empire' By J. M. Robertson (Grant Richarda) (Review abridged from ' Juitice.') I T.o Mr. Robertson patriotism and Imperialism appear to be alike evil, twin upas trees spring ing from the same banefulroot; a root reaching deep down into the worst and basest of human passions, hatred and greed. That such manifestations of patriotism, ?—so-called — with which we are confronted go far to justify this .view cannot be gainsaid. We see that the- common. bond which; 'binds to'gether ' all tiia^es'anAall ' parties' in the 'hour of danger' is not mutual love ao^. respect j but .mutqal. liatre.a ; o,f , ,tha foreigner 9 hatred most uii^. reasoning and stupid^as a riile,'in the eaise of a great' rfiajority whose sentiments art exploited by their rblers, and who could noi, let what may happen, be any worse off than under the masters on whose! b'shalf they '^ght. 'In the stormy generations,' say sour author, ' 44 in which we find Ro man 'history taking somet...

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

PEAeEFUL ENSLAND.i iT jura fine, mellow November. The air is bracing, a slight haze hovers overhead* and- the sun, reddening towards the west, re treats . hefore the pnc^ming twi^ light, ,the qiitpcmts pf da^ k^ess. A few worknpen alight from the train, som^e with .tool baskets and ftomn witli hnndlpfl. and thev make their yray along, the quiet country ro^d to their home in little, but yery a,ncient, decaying 'Essex town. The country around is pastoral, fairly well, wooded, and the farms are well cultivated, much seed being grown. The roail to the little town is a, winding one, tradition having it' that this track wac outlined by the meandering walk of two lovers. Be that as it njiay, we enjoy the short cut throqgh the fields, where, being Saturday, . all is quieter than even the .wonted quietness of these pleasant glades. Here and ihere we pass a farm house and steading, and observe that the paths ground, (ire swept, up, and all look trim and neat. Verily, the whole scene be tokens...

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

Citizens Life Co. A British Commercial paper (just received) wo-ks itself into a very frenzy becaase 'I'hk Pboplb dared to attack the Citizens Life Co. recently ; and in a fiye column advertisement, appearing in last -aturday'a D.T. , concerning the annual meetine of the 'Company, there is a wordy shriek frona the ' Hon.' John 8ee, about certain false statements concerning di rectors having borrowed money from the Company. M-. -ee says: I desire to Bay that the company haa not lent one shilling to any director which haa not been repaid, and at the proaont moment none of the directors owe the society* fraction. I wanted more particularly to aay something j with reference to this, becaase it has been stated that 1 nave borrowed bom this oompany £50,000. That is an absolute falsehood, a wicked, malicioualie. ' I have never borrowed any money from the oompany. I am interested in an aetata aa an executor which has borrowed money from the company, but I hare not a shilling interest in it,...

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 — 17 March 1900

WAVT1 DK MOWN that tbe ?HRKIN6TON FISH Jfe OYSTER SALOON Saydin Hotels, Bsstaurants, aad Conn try Order*. Freeh Supplies erjry morn log. Note the add mo— M Haatar St. Next Crystal Palace Hotel.

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

JOTTINGS. || ' [From the Sanctum.] j . TheyForoet. . Brjtiah Landlordism, controlling lor tbe time being ..the political and legal machinery, reared high the gallows trees ,n which they swung the ' heroes of 98.' British capitalism, acting in the interests of British. Land ordism, manacled Michael Davitt, and for nine long years forced him to drag the heavy prison chains within tne wai's 01 uarinuor. Three years ago, the Irish people and their clergy were holding meetings, and singing the fclqries of the murdered heroes. 'Seven or aighfc, ,99a' sago, they were organising nogd meetings of ( welcome to MichaeFpuvitt. ' And ths other . nay, Father O'Gorman was butily engaged di recting the operations of & bill poiiter, who carried a handle of flaring green bi!l», calling a meeting at the £iewca«tle School . of Arts for the purpose of forming an ' Itiah Rifle Corps.' On a number of the pos'.e s they had pasted a clipping, from the cable liar about some xefeienc* which Her Gracio...

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

WEST END- HQTBLi W. i. LOVETT, Proprietor. Best brands of wines, spirits, etc., at Loweit Prices... ' Every accommodation foe. Traveller* ? JOHN BATE, \ Manufaeturing : Jeweller -ND ENSLAVER. 329 . Hunter Street- West. MEDALS, Brooches, Bings. Ac., any dttign, mad« to order.. Gem* Mt. Elect lp Plating. Gilding. All work guar antee* Vioifal Strings etc., in itock.

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

Under tne pers inal' --aD * -vision of T W. GRAY* late of /as. 'Welsh GRAY, JOHNSON, & GO Family Grocers Pro'UCQ Mercbai.ts, Uotough -Markets, Newcastle. ' AU Goods pf Best .?Quality at Loweet 'Rat^s.1 A' -iVial ' -rder solicite i. IMPORTANT. ... ??A Siib--cr,ibers1 et«., arp xjL requested ' ,' to ' mike . tnelr monthly or . quarterly. ' .remittance- . to Ths People promptly; . : her- is .no. . banking account te'tj^nd this paper ' und When we are iallid u'ppn.to wlit ftr.our money foe aji 'iadefijj.ite perioil,.ft bV cornea 'a '^rtqua' luat^er, pfEecjing to a very great'extent t,he produ inion -of (he paper A Mt.tle.ih'ouuhtfulnesa on the -part ol t je customers, woulti ' make the task of producing Tub People -a- muih. ighter one' that at pqesent . ? HOLLAND ^ ^ Managirig.£ditor,

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

J. H. SMITH, 'TIB ' JE W1E E it, * ASD OPTICIAN. JUST IMPORTED, the very laie«t un'd moat fashionable uasorcm^nt of Jew, el ery '?wJWchea, Olocka, Electro I'late, ctc- .me Quality and Oeoiga of which rannoi be excelled, at.Verv Loweit Pj*t'*i. ????-?. I jpske anythiEg and eTarythiti j -in the li'ns.'oh toe premisea. For Watch and 0jtk£ftepai» beit in Ne^flaMla-. ?? 3. '? ? % '? ; y' , t JfExx i?.oqa mae.ee ijs— - 1 ? m ^qi'u'N t je b' £ 1' ia ;r ' ? | 8peetaaleafros- la. per pair. 1 ' ; , ... ? .. V' -?; \, ? . ' ' ' ' : ? »? \ i

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. ?The Consolidated Goldfieldsof South Africa possess a large share ?of the mines on the. Rand in the Transvaal, and is said to be .Cecil Rhedes' favorite . Company. The -consulting engineer, Mr. H. Hammond, reported to a recent meeting of shareholders that if the Boer Government were, overthrown and British, - rule substituted, he hoped tfiat Company would Be worth. £4,800,000 more. How, Ham mond didn't specify, but the information is fortunately supplied ?elsewhere. Mr.. Harold Gorst is the son of Sir. John Gorst ,and ap pears to.hav^ his father's gift of harsh truth-speaking. In a- recent article on ^'The Future^of Gold Mining in the Transvaal,'* he lets lis behind the scenes. ' The success of the British,' he says, ' means an immediateand considerable reduction ' in; the' working expendi ture' of the^pines '-Of Uitwatersrand. The. ccj^ pf crushing the ore bea&ig rpbt was recently r 7s 10d per ton. for white labor, and 7s 9d per ton for ; native labpi;...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sold Again! [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

Sold Agnin! ?The mine laud's of Broken Hill are packing the town with outside labor despite the protests of the Union officials that there are more men there now than can be employed. The hired jijonth pieces of the ' owners ' keep on lyingr^bringipg in mpre mep. Meanwhile, Don Juan — the Martyr — has ~ gone to Soiith Africa— for his h^ilth— ^on fullt pay, the ot^er— Bloated Ferguson — -is enjoying and Bundling him self with the politicians of the capitalist class. And Thomas ? — dpipg penapce somewhere^ perhaps. ' Another reduction' at Broken Hill looms large. Another .Btr^fee. Same old foolery, yon bet. When men elect such individuals' w are now supposed to represent them, and then sit down, what can they expect ?

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Letter from Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

A .Let^ifopjin Britein. 1 CoKRiDE fi. M.s Andrews; now locfit(6d;at Quee^stqwh, Tas mania, has receitffll. ^e fellow ing letter firoija the Kentish Town Brarich/o^th© S.P.F. : y Deah Comrade,— The branch waa delighted with your last letter, which was full of informa'ion that 'cannot very well be obtained here, from the fact tkat the preBB only- !^ta the peo ple of this cbuntry know just' what suits them.. The principle thing that is in the mintls^ of almost every- ; body here is- the '? war, aad 'especially ; the ' splendid ' loyalty of the colonies, and more, especially the Australian ones. I daresay there- is a ' great deal of bunkum about thit a*' well' as about Federation. It is true that' the' ' jingo fever ' is very bad here just at present, /' owing ' }to.-: the capitalist; press Hia: di«1m- aid; humbugged the people, and lhrfre ' no doubt that the ^same thing- has beendoiie'on- your side* of the ditch. I am afraid, however, that bef6re long there will be a rather rough and r...

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

MoreProspepUy. -I - .11 . . . r ? The workers mustn't forget that w.e have a prosperity b'obm in New South Wales. That's why the, following par from.'the. daily .press isanstructivc reading : . , THP WORDLESS WORKERS. ' With a ^ie^ ^o relieving the pressure at the Labor Bureau, the Minister for Works' has ordered that certain useful road' works in the. country and metropolitan districts shall be carried out at once. In each case, half ' of tlje men required are to be .engaged through the Labor . Bureau, the remainder being local men. ? in the metropolitan area all the men required are to be selected from the bureau. At tHe. end of the present co-operative . contracts the m^n at the Bondi Beach and Rose-Bay-road works are to,. be retired, and fresh lots will be se lected . at the liabor -Bureau to take theirplace. '

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Reach the Millenium. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900

How to Reach 'the Jill* leniuin. Here's about the strongest thing THE PEOPLE has read as an argument for Compulsory Ar bitration. An alleged 'Labor' sheet,' after giving a record of strikes and lockouts in Great Britain ? last year, sayB : ' Now doesn't this make barbaric read ing? Suffering, sorrow,. hunger, misery, privation, bankruptcies, envies, hatreds, malices, emptied out upon . millions because law makers will not enforce the law and order, of .which we have seen so much. Compulsory . Arbitra tion wovld have prevented-- it AJU^'.. , ./.i-., - Here you can smile. Yet how is it these downtrodden millions don't rnsh New Zealahd where they have that 'wjuctf* .would ' PREVEST IT ALL.' . .Even bankruptcy t Why the Mc. Gowenites are working to put all. the Bankruptcy officials in !tiTeyr South Wales out of Work. And then envies, hatreds, malices and all uncharitablen^ss is', tp disappear when we have..thi@ panacea. Take a ticket to thfe Land of Canaan via Compulsory Arbitration. '<...

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