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WHAT SOCIALISM IS [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900
WHAT SOCIALISM IS TBEetnlcjor Soaullsoi are Identical with tbe ?thic ot Cnrlitlaalty.— Bnajrolopedta Brittanioi. .Tb»»bolUlpQ»(.Ul«titndi»i(iu«l adtion-ota wnich modern locfttln depeaa, anil 'the jutxtltntiou ot t rennUted avetemot eo-opentlre nation.— Iiupe- (U1 Oiociourr. . --. ? A theory of society that adrocatet a more prt cM, ordaf ly. and-'barmoniona arrnninuieDt o( the aoolal relatkxu pf mankind than' that which tmi hithsno prtTaUcd-TrWebater. A. tolence of .raoon. .mating Meletv on 'un in. tire'; new baife by rabatitutlair ' the principle of asaoolatlbn for tbat ol oomprtltion 4n erer - hraucb of hnman indoitry.— WorMKer*a Oktlo^-ary. Any theory or. ayttaj*- of ' local .organitatlon -whioh-. wenld abolfpb '^oMnly or la great mrt, the lndlyidital effort, aijqf competitlou ou wlituh modern a'olety rMta.shasatMtltuceO'i-operatlon; Would introduce a motaperftfet add equa distri bution of the prodnon of'Ubor, and would ra ke land and capital, at'lhe -fuatrimeitta ot prorfuo tloi,...
As it was in the Beginning [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900
As it was in the Beginning WHpN the populace in ancient Rome became noisy, and- were being fleeced a little move tjian usual, circus and men fights were got up to distract and, entertain them when a. -foreign war could not be worked up to make targets of them.' The noble Briton has riot forgotten this device of his first rulers, hence Jubilee shows, «c. jtiaving woritea taat.kijia ot business for all. it was worth, the killing of the Boers is now doing duty, and in order to keep the' de inented populaoe up t„ the 'pro- per pitoh-ito fight'.'- and pay for ' freedom ' ' Her Majesty' is ' or;, dered to proceed and smjlje upon I them, and the clodB,are jbappy; The Irish are -to have th&same treat, and centuries of 'robbery and ? crime of the English and Irish H capitalists and landlords are to H be wiped out and forgotten by H the dixine .visit. Butthe theatri- H calistp jvill soon pass away — and H then 4 ? ' . ; ? H ^ correspondent writes : ' Has I your attention been drawn to...
A NEW MARSEILLAISE. (To be Bang at the Paris Commode Celebration, at A.S.L. Head-quarters, Sydney, March 18 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 17 March 1900
A NEW MARSEILLAISE. FORM THE S.D.F. SONG BOOK. (To be sung at the Paris Commune Celebration, at A.S.L. Head- quarters, Sydney, March 18, 1900. &nbsp; Ye Sons of Freedom, wake ! 'tis morning, 'Kb tiine from ihuubpr to arise ; On high the redden'd sun gives warning That /day .is here, Jthe .black night flies. That d*Ly i» here, the blaelc night flies. And will ye be in sleep for ever ? Shall tyrants' always crash yon down ? . Lo ! they reaped; and ye have sown ; The time hath come yoar bbncte to sever. To arms ! To arms again ! The Red Flag waves on high ! March on, march on I With sword in hand March on to Liberty! Long have ye heard your children weeping Fqr bread.tbey cry in vgin - to yojx— 'Wlwjb ye jiie/ulepe dminiigjg, jjteepi&gr-r 'When there are works and aeedsto de ? . 'When there are works and deeds to do ? Tour lords and masters pile their - plunder, They feast wid prey and do , not .spare, Bpt from ^pur ^^ury toil ^nd care They wririg'the 'wealth, at whi6li...
Nail This Lie. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
Nail This Lie. Here's a par from a sheet printed in Sydney allegedly in the interest of ' labor,'s contain ing half ii dozen departures from truth : The tenth yearly convention of the American Socialist Labor Party re solved that while ?' fully recognising that the exploitation of labor will utjHbu oiny wiiHu society caitea posses sion of the means of production, nevertheless declare it the duty of all Socialists to participate in all struggles uf org'tnised labor to improve, it's con ditions under the present system.' This is a change from the party's previous policy. The old methods, were shown on Sydney Lubor Council by the Socialist members who opposed agitating for Compulsory Arbitration. In the first place the. American S.L.L\ doesn't hold any ?? yearly convention.' It holds one rtwry four year.-!, before the presiden tial elections. The hist one was hold 'Mi years ago, and tiieyaiv at present making arrangements to hold iht; next, before the presi dential election eoniiug. * ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
'THE1 J E WSE LLER, AND OPTICIAN. JUSX IMPORTED, the very latest and tno«t fashionable assortment ot J^vehery U'atchei, i-'louka, Electro I'late, etc- 1'he Quality and Desiga o£ wtiich cannot be excelled, »nd at Very Loweat Pricoa. I make anything and everything iu the line, on the premises. For ^Vutch and Clock Repairs beat in Newcastle. NEXT DOOE MARKETS — 73 HUNTEK S X il B B I1 . Spectacle, from 1b per pair.
SHREDS AND PATCHES. "TELL TRUTH AND SHAME THE DEVIL." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
SHREDS AND PATCHES. [BY PAUL JONES.] 'TKtL TRUTH AND SHAME THE DEVll.'' Ix a place with sach a fearsome name as MUDLAWIRRA one would expect something unusual to happen. Owing to the* atti tude of the Mayor of this place — which is an incorporated town somewhere in S.A. — the crimson thread of kinship that binds us to the dear old mother country is saesriner in the middle. The gentleman's name is Both, and he is 'disloyal.' A disloyal mayor is' a distinct danger to the Empire. Mayors are not sup- ! posed to be ' disloyal.' And this person actually parades his dis loyalty and refuses to be a mug wump. He appears to have an exceptionally stiff spinal column, for the papers inform me that when challenged as having cham pioned the cause of the Boers he actually — hold your breath — REFUSED TO RECANT. There's perversity for you ! ? # ? Ho ! What ! ho ! Ring the tocsin. Call the Sheriff and the Javelinmen. Surely to someone Remains the censure o£ this hellish villain ; the time, the place,...
DREDGE SERVICE. DUALOFFICES THAT CLASH. RUSTY, LEAKING BOILERS. THREE WEEKS TO PATCH A BOILER. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
DREDGE SERVICE. DUALOFFICES THAT CLASH. RUSTY, LEAKING BOILERS. THREE WEEKS TO PATCH A BOILER. The system of placing the Marine Surveyor in charge of the Dredge Service is one that the Government has been forced to ' sit on ' in the case of private firms. We do not tolerate the manager or head of any private concern acting as inspector and supervisor, but it would appear to be a different matter when it comes to a question of the ad ministration of such an import ant public Department as the Dredge Service. The Government has deemed it both necessary and advisable to appoint an impartial board of in spection to watch over the safety and general interests of the em ployees of private firms. In the Newcastle Dredge Service, the office of Marine Surveyor and financial manager is Tested in one individual, with an unwritten iron law that the financial mana ger must keep the expenses down That idea of keeping expenses down is essentially si capitalistic one, and is fathered by the gigan t...
The Usual Way. Condemned Before Examined. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
I The Usual Way. I Condemned Before Examined. B - ' Say, Jack, when those fellows Blvere talking about Socialism the Blot her day, I heard you say it was Bino good and wouldn't work.' B| ''Yes, that's so, George.' B| ?? Well, I want to ask you Bfjvhat's it all about : What is this BfSociiilism, anyhow ?' Bf ?? Oh, I'll be gosh darned if I Bfknow ; but I always say it's no Blgood.' ' Really, I thought you ^?^inwerstoou it an uy wnuu juu Bjjsaid. Thought you had read it Blip.' ^R ' I guess not ; got no darned Hltime to think about it ; anyhow, B|3':n getting ready for that jBijPatriotic Continental just now.' ^B| 'Have you been working for ^fcthis firm long, Jack ?' ^?1 '? Kver since I've been in the Blown — about six years. I guess I Blcitn give y~u years for days ; you ^ponly started work here last Kweek.' H$ ?? Yes, that's so. I guess yon Bljinderstand those machines as ' B|\vdl as anyone could.' Bf ' Ves, tJiat I do ; that one I am ^?^inislnnf.' is a clipper. Will make Bjjhu'.nlre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
MR.THOS.~J BARKER DENTAL' 8DRGE«n; (I«te SewoMtle Dental Company), HAS cemnenced the practice of hii piofetcion OVER J. S BOBB'S, 91 Hunter Street. Newcastle. mBUST FUNDS to Lend en city or X ?uburbanfnscboldieonritMKf £500 £360, JU&OQ- Thomson and WindejeT, Solicitors, etc., Bolton-ttreet, aT b r a y k, ? Solicitor. Ac, Court Chamben, Bolton Street, Newcastle TRUST, MONEYS to lend— on Real or Personal Security. JAMES DART, Solicitor, Ac., Commitiioner for Affidariti, Bolton-street Newcastle. A. REID, SOLICITOR &o. Sec. C mmisiioner for Affidavit* BOLTON STBEBT Newcastle. J. VINCENT For * Cheap * Produce. |TABLE POULTRY and Pure- bred Minorca and Le^borne Egg* in season. 6 CHABLTON ST., Newinstle West, Near Cottage Bridge R. THOMSON, Watchmaker & Jeweller. All Eepaira Guatunteed. Hinge, Brooches, etc., made to order. 143 HUNTER ST. WEST. Newcastle Wanted Known THAT MOASE BROTHERS :-FAMILY GROCERS) addrew is 'ill HUNTER STREET WEST (Corner ft CnionSi, , Newcas...
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC' The Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ' The Difficulty. The church seems utterly unable to grasp the mighty social problems that are now engaging the atten tion of students and thin\e--s ; and pulpiteers spend their time in veighing against the saloon evil, the gambling evil, etc., as though theie were the rpal nnnsp nf oin fulness, instead of being merely j the scales and scabs and scars that tell the social physician of the presence of an economic disease that cannot be eradicated by j palliative treatment or a dab of court plaster — Ex. Ontlanders in Scotland. The parliamentary return of rated inhabitants in .-cotland whose names were omitted from the parliamentary register in lespect of non-payment of rates is an appalling one. No fewer than 57,047 electors were disfranchised The total is made up under three heads — Inability to pay, Parochial relief, and failure to pay. Under the first two headings the numbers are 9737 and 5,840 resprctively. This leaves no fewer than 41.470 persons under the...
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
jWHSif&s: [From the Sanctum.] I Newcastle City Council is essentially a landlord's concern. Because it is so, the city's sani tary arrangements are disgrace ful; Hundreds of pounds are spent on silly receptions and sillier jubilee and centenary con cerns, that could have been more profitably employed in sanitary reforms, -Now the Council be gins its work of cleanliness too late ; and when the plague does reach Newcastle, and Death writes its record on a stricken community, the sleeping public will probably want to know, why. In all civilisation there is pro bably not another large city with such a filthy earth-pan system as Newcastle has. There is a night-cart service certainly ; but the cart does not call unless the tenant first pays into the munici pal treasury the sum of M ; and the tenant pays that just when he feels inclined. Sometimes he doesn't pay ?t all ; he just buries the night-soil in his backyard, or in some vacant allotment.* While the pan system lasts, the car...
Going to See It Through. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
Going to See It Through. (From the Labor Leader.) Going to see it through is now the Jingo cry. Thus crystallised into a phrase We give the last aggressive craze, 1 Economically bad, as in ethics it's un- 1 true, I Hence rank unreason, craft, and 1 treason Mean to see it through. ' Mean to see it through, this money mongers' crime, Whatsoe'ver it cost in slaughter The merciful shall meet no quarter Who seek to stay the fight and the feud that must ensue, From a hireling press that means no less Than to lie the business through. To lie the business through, for cash the bond is signed, And the B-x-r has got to bend his neck Or yield his land of gold and trek, Our libertines of trade and that per jured Charter crew Having bought a chum in Joe of Brum To see the swindle through. To see the swindle through, the game of gore fcr gold, That gilded, vice, in more excess, I The poor may pinch and more oppose. And waste aud want in strife the hope nf peace undo, And fill the years with blood...
The Time is Ripe. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
The Time is Ripe. The time is ripa for liod's aveng ing fires, L - ! loose, lewd trulls, and lean luxurious lifirs Have brought the fair, line face of Albion to shnine, And. made her uuo with sins bvyond a name ; 'J'hir. queenly daughter of Im perial sites. The blood of huniiins liko the -blood of sneep Is dashed iicoss thu veldt. Now, whiio din, And dust, and lightning, :;ml u drag gled heap Of murdered 'moil iniikn lords with laughter lo.--|\ ' Nightfalls, with rain. The earth so sick of s id, Hath tuiMud her faou to the dark to weep. K.KXHALL (slightly revised). Supply and demand aJl'ect value and price i'Ciiliy and L-mponrily only. L'lidernoAth the u|).s and downs thus occasioned, thu lnw of nieiisiireimsn!. of value in exchange by the quantity of simple abstract necessary social human labor works steadily on. — From Hyxdmax's 'Kvoiumiica of Socialism.' — o — When our troops landed from Aus tralia we wore astonished to find that the Cape Colony was so much against tho war. The l...
THE IDLE WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
THE IDLE WORKER. The People is not prepared to raise a song of praise with regard to the latest proposals of 'solving the unemployed problem.' The evidence all goes to show that it is not likely to be a serious at tempt to attain the best results possible even under capitalism, although it is an attempt on the part of a capitalistic Government to strengthen capitalism by hid ing or attempting to alleviate the most severe (to the workers) re sults of that system. V ? ? If one reverts to the report of the Citizens1 Unemployed Committee, published in Feb ruary of last year, and com pares ? the proposal of that committee with the Lyne Government proposals : it is dis covered that that committee ex plains that its proposals would not solve the problem, but merely alleviate the ? results of the pre sent system. Yet the Lyne Go vernment, half-heartedly adopting a portion, only of those, sugges tions, air. bi.'iti;; boomed- — even by sheets alleged to be published in the interest of the wor...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
A widow seventy years old, has been sentenced in Germany to nine months' imprisonment for having spoken disrespectfully of the Emperor ; at the same time a young man was sentenced to three, inonths lor blasphemy. The name of the bmpe or is much more sac ed than that of the Deity. —o — The great st ength of ail games is to hold the btstca d* and then play then1 light. Sociali-ts, we have the best cards in the game of life, it is therefore only a ques tion of our ability to play them right.
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
-Keyifcrte. 'The better we may' reach, but not the beat ; but no one ever found the better who did not aim at the best. The ideal and the actual do not coincide but they accord ; the lower may be improved, and every step should be in the highest.' — DR. MONCUBB D. CONWAY. the people AND THE COr.LECTIVlSr. The World for the World'* Workert.
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
#GI/CTANTNTGrS. In Po tsea (England) a woman applied to the ''impire Fnnd for relief, and was offered five shillings, che pointed out that her rent was in arrears and that the m^ney was insufficient. ' Go^d Heavens,' said the agent, ' Do you want to live in luxury ?' Life under the existing system is merely a question of bread and cheese and be thankful. Human engines are to have only as much fuel as wili keep them working at hi h pressure. Tt is a question of bo many pounds of beef, and! so many loaves of b ead. Such an estimate of ife is an insult to . a horse, ? — o — The philosophers tell us that nature abhirs a vacuum. This accounts for all the saw duat that there is in some caoitalist poli ticians' heads. In 'West Ham (Knsland) women and children whose breadwinners have gone to the war, are being turned out of their homes because thev cannot pay their rents- Not much patriotism about the land— '0 d. Rent first »nd country after — a long way after. ? n ? Prof. John E. Commons (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 24 March 1900
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