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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Met on Thursday, March 2nd. Present : Proud (chair), Moroney. Morrish, Isaacs, and General sec retary Barlow. Correspondence received from Victorian Socialist League rc com municating with International Long ess Financial statements read from Managing-editor and discussed at length General Secretary reported re ceiving 13s 6d as resu t of garden party (some amounts outstanding). Resolved it be placed to Socialist Press Fund.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. WARREN HASTINGS AND CECIL RHODES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

AT HEADQUARTERS. WABBEN HA8TING8 AND CECIL RHODES. | A good audience listened to I Comrade J. 0. Moronej on Sunday ' night last on an ' Historical I Parallel of Warren Hastings and Cecil Rhodes.' The lecturer traversed rapidly the career of. Hastings in India j his rapacity both in his own interest and that of his employers— the East Indian Company — to satisfy which he embarked on a career of murder and spoliation of the Indian peo ples- After briefly dealing with Burke's effort in securing the im peachment of Hastings and the result of the impeachment ; he dealt with the nineteenth century buccaneer Rhodes. In the pro cess W. T. Stead received a rough handling, although the facts he ad duced since he had gone back on Rhodes were given with telling effect, as likewise the strong evi dence of ^Chamberlain's criminality. As for the parallel between the two bnoaneers, he said that Hastings was by far the more capable man, having shown him self an able statesman and admini strator of a...

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

UNIQN NOTES. A Newcastle Farewell. i ? ' y ^atu-day evpn;ng last, at Mc uliffe's Great Britain Hotel, the -,ewcastje Wharf Labor^s' Union tende e-i a farewell cmoke , --oncert to its late viee-president, M H Harris (who was also the treasurer of the Newcastle Branch of f.he A.S.L ? In the absence of the president (Mr. W. Dick, M P.) the chair was taken '\v ^r. -truck of the Seamen s Union. The hote balcony, which had been closed in an I c inverted intj n tily h-ill, was tastefully de (,-orntecl with fla^-s and lanterns, and the uruj-t attendance demon stra-ed the degree of appreciation wifcb which the wha f workers vie «? the efforts of our comrade in the industrial Held. Mr. Asltew proposed the toast- of ' Our Giiest.' and briefly 'eferred to the long -eco d in the uabor movement of th- man they had met ogether to ho-ior. . he toast' wa- d unk w th tnusica' honors, the crowd singing ''Fir he's ajol'y good fellow,' with i-reat. spirit Com ade Ha ris's response was a remarkab y e'ear...

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

ACOviKBU .iAUK Through thi* par ind cates that your sa script on is again due, and sh 'ul'i « forwarded to the oHio* 91* Hantar-street West. --ewiM.--tlf A CO i. OR ED RK Alongside of this s-gmfi»« tint VOUh SUB -CRIPTION 18 OVERDUE, and should l-e forwarded to the ck-creta y, a1 Headquarters 2 1 CASTLEREAijHi STREET SYDNEY. ? i A Sample Gopy of his Paper is an invitation to Subscribe. Now the warm weathe u rom hi* o i we would advise you to drresit - suit the climate, HARRT STEGGA & CO aw opening New Stook fur rtie Coming Season every day: Go ana see tjotn.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Helen's Objections." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

' Helen's Ob}ections.' By ' Lulu.' I ' What is tho matter with yon to night, Fred ? Yon are unusually silent and depressed, and seem to have some thing on your mind. Tell me, dear, what is it ?' And Helen looked up with grave anxiety at her lover who sat with thoughtful, contracted brows by her side. I ' Ah, there is your intuition com ing to your aid, and mine also. Truth to tell, I have something on my mind, and I'm just trying my very utmost to tell you. Tbe quickest and shortest way will be the best, so I'll out with it. I'm off to the war, next contingent I My mind's made up, and I intend sending in my application first oppo tunicy. There' 1 1 and Fred, heaving a heavy sigh of relief, got up and walked to the window. He dared not look to see what impression his em phatic words had made. Fortunately for Helen, she was not one of those hysterical, nervous people, who are swayed off their balance by every turn of excitement that comes along. This intelligence was indeed a surprise...

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

GEO. FELTHAM & CO. A.A. Co.'» Bridge, HUHTBK STREET. NEWCASTLE. Beet Place, inTown for all the Latett Mnalc and Songs. Dealers ia Jewellery, Musical Instrm meats, String!, etc. VIOtaIN STRINGS A SPECIALTY. AU kind* of Concertinas, Accor4eoni, Watches, Clocks, etc. repaired at Shortest Votice, Jewellery of all descriptions made to order

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

I The Blessedness of the Capitalist. The S..U. Herald is a very lioly organ and lias taken the poor down - trodden, misunderstood capitalist to its maternal bosoin, as the following extracts from a tecent article in that snuffie - lmstiiiff production will show: * ? u It is not intelligible why the ? capitalist diould be subject to the | reprobation with which he is so s commonly assailed. Of the two | classes in a civilised community ij — the capitalist and the noncapi talist — it will not be seriously - held th^t the former is the least $ worthy and therefore to be re | pressed A missionary who | lately visited New Guinea said | that what was wanted to supple | inent the teaching was capital. I The progress of the world is I bound up in the encouragement of the capitalist who. extends the range of work aud increases the comforts of its people. Great Bri tain presents perhaps the greatest exemplification of the truism of the doctrine and every year finds an increasing number of its...

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

Who Has the Keys. ROBERTS in his despatch an- J nouncinghis entrance into Bloem fontein said, 'God was on the ?side of the British.' Kruger and Steyn also claim that the Deity is on their side and are confident of success. Now one must be wrong, c-f course, but who ? — Kruger and Co? You see, it's this way, the Britisher is the real keeper I of thekeys, not Peter, as is erron i eously supposed by softie people. ;! Who made the earth, sun, moon, ;! and stars ? The Britisher.' Britain I teaches and practices the sermon [I on the Mount ; treats all races of I men in the most loving, brotherly I and generous manner, in fact, heaven could not be better than i British beneficence. If you don't i believe it, listen to this by a mild j member of ' our Irish party ' ? in the Commons lately : Mr. ' Tim ' Healy, more than ? usually ferocious and sarcastic, a mused tho House vastly. He sneered i at Rudyard Kipling as being ?' a very I difficult author to translate iuto Dutch.' He accused the Br...

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

WORKINGMEN ! To omit buying a capitalist paper only one day a week for a year would en ab'e you to get The Pkop e for a year Why not do it ? You would be healthier for thus fast ing one day from the garbage ba-rel rot the capitalist dailv press dishes out to you — mighty poor stufl for your good money — and 1 ou won d thus help the only kind of papei that is lie'ping y m to better your industrial condition ? ubscribe for '? rk P opi.e

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

J. H. SMITH, ^ 'THE' ? JE WIE LLER, AND OPTICIAN. JUST IMPORTED, the verv latest and moit fashionable assortment^ Jewellery Watches, clocks, Electro Hlate, ctc- The Quality and Design of which cannot be excelled, snd at Verv Lowest Prioss. i 1 make anything and everything in the line, on the premises- For Watch and j Clock Repairs best in Newcastle. N£XT DOOR MARKETS— I 73 HUNTER STREET. Hpeotac'es from la, per pair. j!

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHICH ENGLAND'S ENEMIES? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 31 March 1900

WHICH ENGLAND'S ENEMIES? We are often accused of taking sides with ' England's enemies ' because we repudiate all sort of sympathy with the present in famous' war of robbery and spoliation. The question, how I ever, rises, which England ? For there is an England which is also our enemy — the England of thecapitalist exploiter, industrial, commercial, financial ; of the up holder of class oppression. r-e he Tory or Liberal ; of the intrigu ing politician and man on the make. This England is also the enemy of the other England — the England of the honest men, generally, and of the working classes in particular, who are at once the dupes and the slave* of the first England — tbe England of power, privilege, and pluto cracy. We naturally sympathise with the victims of first England, the harpy Kng and, whomsoever th»y may be ; and when they succeed in beating the harpy off, we do not p-it on sack cloth and ashes, and hi mi tit over the difficulty the harpy ex periences in tearing ---u th...

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

The Salvation of the People. I (From The People, New York.) UNCLE Sam — Socialism is the salvation of the people. Brother Jonathan : I don't quite see it in those lamps. It will be a boon to manual workers, the workingmen, that I admit. But they are not the people. I Where do the bookkeepers, clerks. small storekeepers, and business men come in ? They surely make up a good portion of the population. U.S. : The trouble with you is that you have not grasped So cialism. B.J. : Well ? U.S. -. Socialism maintains that the private ownership of the land on which to work and of the ma chinery with which to work [ makes it impossible for the others who have notas.much machinery and land to compete with those who have. B.J. : Very well. U.S. : Consequently Socialism tells all such people that they are engaged in an impossible fight. They are bound to lose and go down. Consequently, that if they want to save their necks they must throw off the millstone of ' a little capital' that now drags th...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. Headquarters Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Coming Events. Sydney and Suburbs. Headquarters Lectures. April 8. — C. M. Barlow. Freak Socialism. April 22. — Mrs. Bradwel . Ideals of | Modern Women — 2nd part. Musical Rehearsals.

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WHO MAKES THE WEALTH AND WHO GETS IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

WHO MAKES THE WEALTH 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 de; tilution. About twenty millions are poor, dore than half the 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 ij millions get above £3 a-week. The average income per head of the working classes is about £ij 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 and death, is appalling. To wha...

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 — 7 April 1900

| 'The People.' | Note. — All subscriptions are pay | able in advance. Subscribers resident ; in Sydney and BuburbB should pay to « the General Secretary, A.S.L. New | castle and country subscriptions should I be forwarded to the Managing Editor, f 98 Hunter-st. West, Newcastle. I Subs received : i Newcastle Office. I J.H., Newcastle, Is ; W.W.? I 'Mfaratah, Is ; F.P., Waratah, | 2s ; J.8., Waratah, Is ; A.H., 5 Waratah, Is ; H.N., Newcastle, | 1b ; E.B., Wickham, 2s ; C.A., Stockton, Is ; J.C., Newcastle '!? Vest, Is ; F.B., Hamilton, Is ; I H.C., Islington, Is ?, J.C., Free j man's Reach, Is ; — ,S., New castle, Is. I 1 ?-

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The Socialist Press Assistance Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

The Socialist Press Hs« sistance Fund. — o — V Teie Fund is inaugurated by the Aue A trslian Socialist Leavue to aid the Social !- ist Press, and contributions are aske-1 from i all who believe in the principles of Social ; iim and tbe necessity of Socialist Propa ganda. The money will be used in i: placing ' The People-Collectivist,' organ , '1 LUC auivraunu uu i» ; sound financial basis. Contributions may ? be eeFt to the Socialist Headquarters, ,? secretaries of branches, holders of contri. bution cards, or the Newcastle office. '( It should be noted that this Fund was opened on May 22, 1899, previous to 1 which there bad been received on the - Socialist PreBS £50 Fund, at Sydney ~ office, £25 8b, and at Newcastle Office L7 i3s 9d. Total, L33 i s 9d S Syrjisy Office. | Previously acknowledged,- £50 i .3s. 9d. NEWCASTLE OFFICE. | Previously acknowledged, £11 I Os.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

In Everyone's Mouth ? On Everyone's Tongue PRA.ISES Ot WILL GRAY'S Pastiy, Confectionery, etc. PICNIC Hkmpers a ISpsoiality. Luge PutieOlSocial*, etc., tmted mot Liberally, WILL H.GRAY, 191 Hunter-st. west, Newcastle, Opposite Km Station. I UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD WOULD TOU LIKE to correspond with an English Comrade, about your trade, profession, study, or with a view to a knowledge of the progress of Socialism, or any other subject. Send ni your name, address, and trade ; and we will introduce you to an English comrade. For Expenses send International Money Order for 2s to the INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE EXCHANGE, 85 Charlotte.street, Hightown, Manchester Eng. (Mention this paper-) F. Q- CROFTS, BOOKSELLER, A. A Co.'s Bridge, Newcastle, See our new and choice variety of Birth, day Cards. Our 1 /? Box of Stationery iB the Best, New Books for School Prizes, landing Q^OPTS A. A. OoTs Bridge. ? Bookseller. XJ -5 JE REERLESS £jUKlK« POWDER. The Heat that Money can Buj — o— All - Grocers....

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Newcastle and District. BRANCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Newcastle and District. BRANCH MEETING, A Meeting of Members will be held at The People office on Saturday evening, April 28

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

® PIKE'S for °oota and Shoes, vJT And pay to PIKE a Free Man's dues W hat's in a name ? Why 1 WALTER PIKE A well-known name, that if you like L, ires just as long as any ot er T hit tries Monopoly ro smother. E mpire- may fade — Industry never, R emember, PIKE'S Boots last for ever, A boot weil made iy Local Labor P ossesfes worth to every neighbor, I mportant fact this — unsurpasied, K «ep PIKE in view unto the ' laft,' E mploy his ekill. fos work prepare, His boots will please you everywhere J PIKE'S Jj 153 & 156 HUNTER ST., BROADWAY, NEWCASTLE. roraismTC Arcade. 98 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE, I ? Established in Newcastle 42 years ago. Keeps a large staff of competent Tradesmen, and Manufactures ai. Articles on the Premises. Our Motto is : — UPEBIOR WORKMANSHIP EXCELLENT DESIGNS, \ LOWEST PRICES.

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 — 7 April 1900

SUtstrnlttm iwcmliat gea0tte. ? Headquarters t HATFIELD.' MI CASTLIBE A9 H-BT RKBT BTDN1T. N.9.W. OBJICTK. Tbe establishment nf a Oo^weratlTf'Common vaa'th. foondad 00 the collective ownenhlp of ?« and ud the tools at iffodactloa METHOD*. Tbe tndaitrlal and politic*) organisation of the work.rs. the holding of leetorea. tb« distribution of literature, ud She eleotloa o( SoClalUts to all pablic bodlM, Mnniclt»l Councils, and Parlia ment. 1 MXlfBIRSHIF. | ' No person sball be cltfrfble tor membership 1c is; branch ot this Lsagne who Is a member of any other political or sanitation. Persons desir ous ot joining shall be sh«wn this rale, In order that they may pledge themselves thereto. N.S.W. QKNBBAL BXHCTTIVB. I OH AS. 1L BABLOW, Hon. Oen. See.

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