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Imperial Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

Imperial Bonds. All through the Federal agitation The Pkoplb warned the Australian workers what dangers were hidden behind the movement to Australian Nationalism and the future democratic development. It was pointed out that Imperial Federation had a three fold object : 1st. The buttressi'if of English and Australian capitalism, be hind a re-.icttonary cast-iron conatitu tion. In the building up of a strong military throughout Australia ; the tightening of the tentacles of British capitalism upon this country in the interest of the dominant plundering cl»ss who run ' the Empire.' Of course, others (a few only) besides The People tried to fix the eyes of Australia upon this, aspect of the movement ; and now we see its fulfilment in Barton and Co.'s mission to Chamber lain and Co. The Bill is bad enough as it is, but before it reaches Australia again it is stiro to be made worse, if not by ah alteration in the structure, by certain reservations .and restric tions which v. ill be secre...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COAL HEWER. AND THE HOME MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

THE COAL HEWER. AND THE HOME .'MARKET. DURING the last week Premier Lyne has been deputationised with regard to a Royal Commis sion to inquire into the coal in dustry. ? * * It is generally admitted that despite the fact that coal miners have ever been good unionists, there is not to-day a worse-paid body of men. Why ? ? ? ? TOO MUCH CAPITAL. The daily press has- informed us that it is owing too much capital being invested in coal mining, the result being cut throat .competition between the collieries to dispose of their pro duct. It is also pointed out that New South Wales collieries to dispose of their out-put must have access to markets on the west coast of America, and must be prepared to compete with coal from Japan and other sources where labor is cheap. Therefore, it is argued, that the Australian coal miner must be content with such a price for his labor as will enable coal barons to pay freight to San F raacisco s»nd compete in that market. ? ? # The miners at present are a...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

Key Note. The economical subjection of the man of Labor to the monopoliser of the means of labor, that is the source of life, .lies at the bottom of servitude in all its forms, of all social misery, mental' degradation, and political dependence. The economical emanci pation o'f the working-class is there fore the great end to which every political movement onght to be sub servient as a means.' — Karl Marx. 1 — ' _. i- - — = Tr -E Rf~ORLE AND THE CO' LECTIWSr. I t e Wi-r'.d tor tile Wnrln's Wcrke-*.

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 — 31 March 1900

CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S ROACH KILLER. Is Box. GRAND HUTU MN DISPLAY | OF 'Drapery TAKES I'LACE ON FRIDAY ASD SATURDAY March SO and 31. THE Many ©harming IV'oveitles IX FASHION will b-; DISPLAYED IN' A MOST ,\ rmSl'IC MA NX Kit at Cook i Co.'s iir I R £ V? OLFJsS SI'S . iui I,?. T©' MI NESS Specially. ~W !i worl-''' sour while }v' v-5' a tip-top suit of I h.«roii-fh!- Shrink M-r.-rhU tor 50s. Sptornl tl j:- it! t.MTi-. r. . .'elect from A -ir!ress, .1. S0BLEY, MO-V'iTKLIKK l'.\ i LOKI.VG CO., 73 tin liter St-o t. upp. VM/'.A flulf. 1 . H. ryan! The Hairdresser of the North, Tolwr-oimt wd Perfumer, fit -. 15 .JHiNTKR !-T.. ? near A. A Bridge, Newcastle. Best li-mic).? only ol' Toba-eos, Oittars. ? - igaretn.?. cfs. A =p'ervlid i.ss.-riment Ot I ipeS. Ki.-it-itvs stutir- anteerl— Oie .-hillim;. ] ask for a Trial. _ At. G. MOUG an; Tinsmith and Galvanised Iron Worker, h r x ;? (?: r g t (- )?: e r w k a t Op:io#it-- Carrington Ifridge, ^ AH kin-1' i-f Tinware ir.urie ;o or...

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 — 31 March 1900

MR. THOS. J.PARKER dbntal surgeon, (Late Newcastle Dental Comwriy), HAS commenced the practice of hit protection OVER J. S. BOBB S, 91 Hunter Street. Newcastle. TBL'ST FUNDS to Lend (a city or suburban freehold «eort«itie-- s £500 £35\), £200. Thnminii ar.d Wiiideyer Solicitors, etc., Bolton-rtreet, HM A . B R A Y K, JL . Solicitor. -tc. Court Chambers. Bolton Street, Newcastle TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Beat or Personal fecurity. JAMES. IJART, Soli itor, iu., Comniis»ioner for Affidavit*, Bolton-srrce' ^rwcastle. A. RKI1), SOLICIT' )u &c. 4c. C mmiseioner for Affidavit# BOLTON STt'EH i Newcni-tlc. TRUST MONi-.YS io Lend it. current Kates. Mr. W. H . BAKER Soli citor, eto.. Commissioner f or the Austra. lian ColooieB. Bait o-stret-', Newcastle. J. VINCENT Por * Cheap * Produce. JTABLE POULTRY and Fine bfd Minorca a*id Lejhorne Egg^ in urud )u. 5 CHARLTON ST*, vewfnst?e West, Near Cottage Bridge K. THOMSON, Watchmaker & Jeweller. All Repairs Guatanleed. -H l ' gii, Bri ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Prosperous Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

E POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Prosperous Australia. I Prona the daily Press : — ' Air. Maxted found that the numbefr of recipients of charitable relief in [ Victoria for last year was : — In ' door, 2 7,745 ; outdoor, 74,901 ; or I a total of. 102,647. The number I of beds in the various hospitals , t and asylums was 7,483, and the 1 numbe ? of inmates on June 30 last. G,0S'2 ?For the purpores of' comparison Mr. Maxted compiled ! a table showing that the approxi- I 1 mate population of Victoria is 1 i 1,175,00'-', aiul -'ew. South Wales, 1 l,i531,S50 ; the total expenditure Ijy the Government on cluui table . instiMition.'i, hospitals, a::d boarded out chi dien in Victoria, fl82, (J3.j ; iirnounfc subscribed by the public iu Vi;to ia, £70,71.) 0, and in ?f:W You'll '??'?' ales, £yl;.S0l- ; : Kinnbor o' iiuntitus t.rtatoii iu hospitals ami charitable insti tution* in Viotoric, 27,7-10, and in Xew .*outh \\ ales, 80,751 ; nuni bi-r uf iuiiiiites at, the end of the year in Victoria, 6,082 a...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SOCIALIST PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

The Socialist Press. Newcastle Branch to move s 1. That members of the League and sympathisers with the movement, be requested to pledge themselves to sub scribe for the purchase of a modern printing plant. 2. The moneys subscribed to be banked in the Government Savings Bank until /150 has been raised. when (say) £75 be paid as a deposit on (say) £250 worth of plant ; the re maining L75 to be used to meet the necessary initial expenditure «f the first few months after acquirement of plant. 4. That no interest be paid on the money so subscribed until the plant ia paid for ; after which, the money shall be repaid (with interest at Savings Bank rates) from the revenues of Ths People and business in con nection therewith. 4. The minimum amount per sub scriber be 10s per annum ; payable in monthly or weekly instalments, or in a lump sum. 5. The fund to be administered by a Board of Trustees, consisting of three members appointed by the subscribers, two appointed from the General Executiv...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why Father sent me to Ispahan. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

Why Father sent me to Ispahan. When my father sent me to Ispahan, Said he, l- My boy, don't dread it ; Here's the usual one half-crown, Hassan ; You'll get some more, with credit. With a nice new suit, and a brush and comb, And a tongue that's smooth and witty, ! . A man may be nothing at all at home, ? ! Rut- rS'tT.' I' So I came to town, A-here 1 said that Was owner of an Island Where the Sea birds flocked, and by and-bye The gulls did iloek to my land ! As a sample soil, I had mixed some loam With gold to make it gritty ; A prophet I'd never been made at home, Jiut made one in the City ! For that gold of- mine was a mine of gold, That set the town a-whiriing : So the public and the land I sold For half a million sterling ! As the J.'.iniians do you must do iu Rome (Where thieves are called banditti), ut impudent robbery spells at home ' Promotion ' in the City Now there's many a millionaire may thank The facts that I'm disclosing, For his riches and imposing rank Have sprung from...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

Municipal Platform. With a view to early participa tion in Municipal Elections, the General Executive recommends as basis of discussion the following : A COMPREHENSIVE GO VERNMENT ACT to provide tor : (1). One Adult One Vote. (2). Payment of Councillors ; until then, Councils tomeet at night time. (3). The consolidation of Sydney and suburbs into ono Metropolitan Coupcil; other large centres to be similarly consolidated. ,(4) Election of Mayor by the people, (5). Councils to have power to un dertake any industry which the voters may decide npon. Municipal candidates of the League to be pledged to the following : !? All municipal work to be carried out without the intervention of the ! contractor ; employees to elect their own overseen. 3. The Eight Hour Day and Union I Rate of Wages to be observed ; 8s per [ day to be the minimum wage for ua skilled labor. 3. Work to be foand for the anem ployed at reproductive industries. 4. Erection of Municipal dwellings, with all modern improvem...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Land That God Gave." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

' The Land That God Gave.' This is tho laud that God gave. This is the fanner that pays the landlord that stole the hmd thai God gave. This is the laborer that helps the farmer that pays the landlord that stole Lhe land thv.tflod gave. 1 his 13 tho tailor, (.liar olothes the laborer that helps tho farmer that pays the landlord that stole the land that God gave. This is tho baker, white with flour, that has to knead for many an hour to feed the tailor that clothes tho laborer that helps the farmer that pays the landlord that stole the land that God gave. This is the collier, black with grime, that has to work on overtime to warm the baker, white with flour, that has to knead for many an hour to feed the tailor that clothes the laborer that helps the farmer that pays the land lord that stole the land that God gavo. This is the master of the mine that earns his dividend and fine by swea ting the collier, black with grime, that has to work on overtime-to warm the baker, white with flour...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

Constitutional Amend ments. The manifesto to state that this League having fought for a Com monwealth Parliament of one Chamber in the election of which every Australian citizen should have equal voting power ; and when the bi-cameral system was accepted having fought for pro portional representation in the Senate and for the limiting of the powers of that Chamber, would now point out that the Constitution having been ac cepted by an overwhelming ma jority of Australian people, re gards it as impossible to secure any Tital amendment of the Con stitution until the evil effects have been experienced and pointed out to those who voted its adoption, and denounces as traitorous to Australian workers any and all politicians who by deluding them with the cry of 'Constitutional Reform' thereby withdrawing their attention from social legislation absolulely and immediately necessary ; but at same time reaffirms its opposition to the present Constitution, and while willing to aid in any honest...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

GLFiANINGS. In all previous revolutions class has superseded class. The clsss bo'ow has overthrown the class above, thus emancipating itself bv j subjecting others. But the triumph of the working class is necessarily the abolution of all econ mic dependence, for the working clasS can only emanci pate itse'f by socialising the in struments of production and dis ? tribution. ? he new sei'vihurlo which aro-e as the result of other revolutions was caused by a con tinnance of private property in the instruments of production. By abolishing this private ownership the. cause of economic dependence and servitude wi 1 disappear .Man is the most ferocious of all animals. A hyena will kill its kind in unger or i' battle over food ; but man is the on y creature under heaven that toes forth with a full stomach to kill, by the thousand, I',-: low creatures with whom he has had no quart el and whom he has never seen. — o — So long as the incentive of our daily life is wages and profits, Christiani...

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 — 31 March 1900

? - I DO PBETE!fD T0 BB f ! l.F. A L'F.RS IN.: .REDUCING THE | I'RICES, | liCT WE DO j 'GUARANTEE1 I ! | TO TURN ODrC I'riE. I5EST Ai?D I LONGEST WEARING sJUIT THI.S SIDE OF SVDNEY. } ? | Phillips, ! THK j liECOHl) { TAILOR, . 32 Hunter Street. ' a ' I EtllWOOB i '' HO^BSl 1 a* i-AsT COMUn'O to t .-- FKOXT j BOOT & SHOE | M ??iK i . I a Trial. ii'-.U iinii -..i.i who j | ibj i 1 uiiter-sLreei w et-t, | | Newcastle. j : THE , I TALLOW MAN. \ 'V70U who wiah to have my Talliiv ( X please see that pacli block is | fctrmped with the above Trade Mark, bo j that if good you will know who to praise. ? but if bad who to blame— should the i latter be the case 1 indly let me know. I i will be pleased to serve you through any \ of your stores, but if any of them refuse | to (ell it, send along to me, and I will j inform you where you can gel it' j Yours mos* respectfully, 1 JOHN CAMPION, \ Jesmond. ! -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

1 Dr. Levasseor*s . . . TONIC. A powerful itknulstta J' Nerye' *n'd Brain Tonic, An kiTilosble remedy for Nerronj Affection*, Lon of Appe tite, Female Debility, Pooraeia of the Blood, Neuralgia, Impaired Digertion, Ague, Tic Douloureux. Sole Agent for Auitralsna — W. E. ARNOLD, M.R.P. 3., CHEAUST Opposite A J 8 Bank, Newcastle West! I 1CONSULT JAY im WAYNE1' CHEMIST, 0# COTTAGE BRIDGE Newcastle West.

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 — 31 March 1900

COUGH BALSAM j is a real good, reliable Article. Ask for Hart and Firkin's Cough I Balsam. Is and 2s Bottle.

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 — 31 March 1900

Lowell might have written thiB of one of our noblest politicians : B, taught by Pope to do his good by stealth, Twixt participle and noun no difference feeling, In office placed to serve the common wealth, Does himself all the good he can by stealing. HAREY STEGGA k CO. THE OLDEST CLOTHING STORE in the NORTHERN DISTRICT. The McGowenites are all right. Reid, Lyne and ' ''Sullivan are the latent 1 1 stroke them down. Good fellows, you know ; give no trouble.

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 — 31 March 1900

Trade Unions^** SHOULD SEND THEIR JOB PRINTING ORDERS DIRECT TO TBE OFFICE OF - 'fli GOOD ?» t FOR THE PEOPLE! KENSINGTON BAKING POWDER. Rosebud Butter. AND People's Tea. Ask for Them of£all Grocers. UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD 'VTTOULD TOO LIKE to correspond 1 I with un English Comrade, about your trade, profession, study, or wit'u a view to a knowledge of tho progress ot Socialism, or any-other subject. Sc-ml 113 yourunmc, address, anti truck; .mi we will introduce you to ar, English r-omra'le. Kor Expanses 'send International Money C 'ler for 2s to the I. N'T E R NT.\ T I 0 N' A L 1 .'ORRESPOJf D E-' C E EXCHANGE, ij.j Charlotte. street, Hightown, Mar.ehesr.-r Eng. (Mention t'.'ir paper.) F'. gT c roftq, BOOKSELLER, A. A C'o.'s liriiige, Newcastle, see our uew and. clioicc variety 01 Birth day Car. id. Our ]/? Box of. Stationery U the IVst, New Books for School Prizes, lancing O A. A. Cci.'' Brick's. Btoksci Vr. ? cj -?! jt: ' [J f( VMl H 'f p 1 he L'est thu- ? 11- ..-un :,uy All ? ? c...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

1| Federal Platform. The General Executive recom mends as basis of discussion the following : 1. — A WHITE AUSTRALIA— The exclusion of races whose presence under present competitive conditions might lower the standard of living of Australian workers. 2.— OLD AGE PENSIONS.— Pen- sions for the aged and infirm which will guarantee a decent standard of living ; the necessary funds to come out of the Consolidated Revenue. 3. — ABOLITION OF MILITAR ISM. — The abolition of the permanent) force, and the substitution oi a Citi zens' Defence Force. The cessation of voting money for the maintenance of a fleet not owned by the Australian people. 4. INVENTIONS.— Inventions to be free to all. The inventors t« be rewarded by the nation. 5. MONEY. — The Commonwealth to have the sole right to issue money. 6. ADMINISTRATIVE.— (a) The Eight Hours Day and the Union Rate of Wages to be observed in all de partments of the Commonwealth. (b) Direct Public Employment. All public works to be carried out with...

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 — 31 March 1900

Wm-n 0 PILE'S poota and Shoes, And pay to PIKE a Free Alan's dues W hat's in a name ? Why I WALTEB PIKE A well-known name, that if you like L ives just aa long aa amy ot^er 'T htt trie* Monopoly to smother. E mpirei may fade — Industry never, E emember, PIKE'S Boots last for ever, A boot well made Sy Local Labor P ossesies worth to every neighbor, I mportant fact this — unsurpassed, K eep PIKE in view unto tbe ''last,' E mploy his skill, fos work prepare, His boots will please you everywhere J PIKE'S J 1 53 & 156 HTjXTER ST., BROADWAY, NEWCASTLE. . HAY'S nmXHZM Arcade. 98 HUNTEB STREET, NEWCASTLE. Established, in Newcastle 42 years ago. Keeps a large staff of competent Tradesmen, and Manufactures ai. Articles on the Premises. Our Motto is : — UPEKIOR WOKKMAV-IIJm EXCELLENT DESIGNS. LOWEST PKICES.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORAL POLICY—FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

ElectoralPolicy — Federal. The General Executive recom mends that Conference formulate the policy of the League for Federal elections, and suggests as a basis of discussion, that the Senate elections be contested I (Conference to decide number of i candidates) and that no candi i;. dates be run for the House of | Representatives; I State Elections. The General Executive recom c mends that the policy with re j gard to State Elections be left \ over until next Conference, or the General Executive be em f powered to call a Special Con ference for this purpose if | deemed advisable.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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