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A SOCIALIST RIFT. Daily Press Manufacturers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

A SOCIALIST RIFT. , Daily Press Manufacturers. The People calls attention to the latest lying effort of the capitalist press to misrepresent our comrades of the German Social Democracy. The cutting ie from the Spectator, London, and ot course is going the rounds of the Australian capitalist press : — THE SOCIALIST RIFT IN GERMANY. The Socialist Congress at Hanover has revealed the presence of the dis tegrating element concerning which we wrote last year. For, following the unanswerable analysis of i rofessor Bohm-Bawerk, a veritable bom V shell was thrown into the Socialist camp by Mr. Edward Bernstein, a German newspaper correspondent in London, in the form ' of a little book written from the Socialist point of view, but in- which the whole analysis of Marx, with its inevitable political inferences, was traversed and condemed. Mr. Bernstein appealed to the Ger man Socialists to admit proven facts, to abandon dogma and a barren revolutionary formula, to substitute methods, to welcom...

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 — 13 January 1900

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, *nd at Very Lowest Prices. I make anything and everything in the line, on the premises. For Watch and -Cloek Repairs best in Newcastle. NEXT DOOR MARKETS— 73 HUNTER STREET. SJpectac'es from la per pair.

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 — 13 January 1900

NUTS. Capitalism sinks all its differences when plunder is the game for the benefit ot capitalists. Krinstance, the London ' Daily Chronicle ' (Liberal) proprietary dis missed editor Massingham fcr criticising the doings of a Tory Government. The man who is not working is stealing. — Car- lyle. Dr Johnson defined Im perialism as being 'the last refuge of scoundrelism.' -'O— When Massingham left the editoral chair of the '* Daily Chronicle,' two leading members of the literary staff went with him. That wasn't recorded by the lying Jingo press. O — a ' loyal ' ' soldier of the Queen ' was cornered by a Socialist the other day in an argument abdut the justice of the attempt to steal the Transvaal. As a clincher, he triumphantly declared : ' Well, even if we are in the wrong you can't deny that our soldiers are brave fellows !' ' Yes,' replied the racial ist, ' they are undoubtedly brave ; so were the illus trious Kelly Gang brave' fellows.' When the national machinery is being used in ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Object Lesson in Class Consciousness. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

An Object Lesson in Glass Consciousness. I The recent large subscriptions of the capitalist class to the various -war funds that are promoted in Australia, especially that initiated for the raising of a band of mercenary Australian Bushmen, which : in a few days after started elicited sums ranging from £5000 down to £100 to a total of £20,000, shows how keenly alive to class interests ; are the proprietary classes. It affords a most valuable example to their antithesis, the propertyless class. Will the latter still be blind to it ? Let workers ask themselves, Do they think these large sums — money filched from their hard Jabor — are given for love of Coun try, Truth, or Justice ? Bosh ! The Halls, the Osbornes, the Fair faxes and all their class have a scent keener than the fox for any thing that threatens the continuance of their domination. It is be ? cuuse, in the brave fight made by the Boers and the defeats suffered by the British arms, that they feel their glorious reign may b...

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 — 13 January 1900

GLEANINGS. | LordKolviu, in a lecture, has stated that as a result of recent investigations it was es timated that the (arth had been the abode of life for about :-;0,000,000 years. ? i -fl — — Out of every 1000 applications for the B-itish Army 403 are re jected as unfit upon examination. Such is the effect of our modern factory system. The hursting of the West Aus tralian boom has come. From last Auuust to December the five greatest mines of Kalgoor.ie have shown a depeeiation in market value of f uni £22,730,450 to £1H, 392,7.\(i». — o— Kioiberly, now surrounded by the Boers, is the place whee nearly the whole of the world's diamond supp'y is derived. Since IpG'J it has supplied rough diamonds to the value of £70,000 000. ? , - — 0 — ?Trenwith's motives, in spite of his loud-voiced cry of ' I don't want office,'' are very plain, says the Tocs'in. He is' certain to accept a portfolio in the next Turner Ministry, and then his need of the Labor ladder will be entire] v trone and he ...

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 — 13 January 1900

€5* €31 TO MARKS' CHEAP DRAPERY AND .... Clothinq Emporium Where You can Get Best Yaxue for CASH, ' Wool Blankets, from 4s lid and up to JJOs Flannels, Flannelettes, Dress Goods, Suits, Macintoshes, Hats, Etc; All Selling Quickly for Cash,1 197 : HUNTER : 8TREET : WEST (Nearly opposite Carrington Bridge), PEARSON'S Furnishina 121 HUNTER STREET, Newcastle. Warehouse THE HERALD SAYS — That for all-round Furnishing there's nothiug in the Col Jny to*beat PEARSON'S for elegance, style, workmanship, and low prices.] jj DON'T FOEGET ! TRY PEARSON'S, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BE SATISFIED PEARSON'S, 121 Hunter Street, Newcastle. FYou want a Dinner Sec, Tea Set, or Toilet Set GIVE US A TRIAL. ' All kinds of Crockery kept in stock. Wo don't profesB to sell the Che loest in Town, but one trial will convince you that we do, No second-hand Go jds kept in Btock. W. Taylor 181 HUNTER STREET WEST, NEWCASTLE. Opposite Fire Brigade Station. ' H EDL EY ' S CEN TE N A R Y ' Coffee Palace 121 SCOTT STREET, NE...

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 — 13 January 1900

? j ft JOURNAb Of SCIENTIFIC ' SOCIALISM, i The Only Straight-out 'Working- class Paper in N.S.W. A Paper that is Uncompromising and that dares to speak the Truth.

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 — 13 January 1900

In the 'Newcastle District, it is known as THE MXNJt&RS' PAPER. It stands alone as an advocate of justice for tlie Miner. It advocates Collective Ownership . of the Mines and all other Means of Production^

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Real Boers at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

The Real Boers at Home. ! It is a mistake to take Paul Kruger and his surrounding poli t,ici»'8 as types of the Boer. Also, it in a mistake to take the dweller in fbe towns as typical. To un earth the real Boer one must seek the wide and solitary velrit. the | h'dden va'leys tl e distant hilip, ! and there, on his rarm, draw irm out and study him Your true hoer dispises the town. He is essentially an agriculturist, and a ; hunger. Up to 1892 be never saw a railroad in his e -untry. and l-e was bitterly opposed t ) its coming. 1 He ar'gnei that the rail' oad will drive away the fame, and, without anything to shoot at, life will not be worth living. He ia extremely conservative, and with strangers brusque and taciturn, but if he finds you are harmless he cfcn be very hospitable. He does not drink deep. He is religious, with a gloomy, stern religion. Like all peop'e whose belief in the Bib'e is of that uncompromising kind, he . is more or less superstitious. He is moral. He does not be...

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 — 13 January 1900

LEADERS IN REDUCING THE I'R.TCES, BCT 'WE DO GUARANTEE TO TURN OCT THE BEST AND LONGEST 'WEARING SUIT THIS SIDE OF SYDNEY. Phiiaips, THE RECORD TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street. 6RIENW0OD ' .InHOODS t. 1 rwW ' » 1 Are FAbT COMING to t-e FRONt &B BOOT -£ SHOE MAKERS (Give Tliein a Triul, and find --out who they are, at 183 riunter-street west, Newcastle. . THE T ALLOW MAN. j 'V70TJ who wish to hnve my Tallow 1 please see that each block iB ! bt^mped with the above Trade Mark, bo that if good you will know who to praise, but if bad who to blame— should the latter be the cute 1 indly let me know. I will be pleased to serve you through any of your stereo, but if any of tlioin refuse to 'cell it, send along to mo, and I will ' infoVm you wlieie you can gel it* Yours most respectfully, I JOHN CAMPION, [ Jesmond. i I . I

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inaugural 1900 Meeting in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

Inaugural 1900 Meeting in Sydney. Saturday was miserably wet ; Sun day morning broke fine and clear, and hearts bounded. Well, the weather kept fine the greater part of the time, although at about 5.30 a shower dis- 1 persed the greater part of the crowd. The van was out and the baaners ] flying in the Domain by 3 o'clock, i Comrade Isaacs took the chair shortly afterwards, there being a good muster of our own members and of the public to start upon. Comrade Frank Drake waa the first speaker, moving the first reso lution : — Whereas during the nineteenth cen turv the inventive and scientific genius of man has evolved ma chinery which has increased the productive power of the race by many thousand fold, and whereas the creation of 'machinery has led to the development of huge fac tories and distributive businesses, operating now in a market that is world wide ; yet. because these machines and lactones are owned and controlled by individuals who manipulate them for' profit, the condit...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A KIPLING BACK NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

A KIPLING BACK NUMBER. The following is extracted from one of Kipling's earlier jingles. It differs slightly from the ' Absent-minded Beggar.' The People respectfully suggests that copies of it be printed and sold at one shilling each, the proceeds to be devoted to the Patriotic Fund : I went into a public 'ouse to get a pint o' beer, The publican 'e up and sez, ' We serve no red-coats here.' The girls be'ind the bar, they laughed an' giggled fit to die, I outs into the street again, and to myself sez I : O it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' ' Tommy, go away ' ; But it's ' Thank you, Mr. Atkins,' when the band begins to play, The band begins to play, my boys, the band begins to play, O it'B ' Thank you, Mr. Atkins,' when the band begins to play. I went into a theatre as sober as could be. 'They gave a drunk civilian room, but 'adn't none for me ; 'They sent me to the gallery round the music halls, But when it comes to fightin', Lord ! they'll shove me in the stalls ! For it's Tomm...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back from the Richmond River. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

Back from the Richmond River. ' May Day ' ia among ua again, looking wonderfully well, although her stay am^ng the Richmond com rades was auch a short one, much to their regret. The movement in Syd ney wants to express its gratitude to comrade Mrs. Fitzhenry especially, and to all our comrades on th? Rich mond for sending back our able and willing little comrade in such excellent health and spirits. Long may they continue.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOUSE THAT THIEVES BUILT. AN OLD RHYME TO A NEW SETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

THE HOUSE THAT THIEVES BUILT. AN OLD RHYME TO A NEW SETTING. (By William Platt, in the Labor Leader.) This is the House that Thieves built. These are the skunks who lied in the house that thieves built.. This is the ruthless war for gold Brought by the skunks who lied so bold ? In the murderous house that thieves built. These are the beds so cosy and soft, Where sleep those treacherous skunks who scoffed To think of their ruthless war for gold And the *ools deceived by their lies so bold In the murderous house that thieves built. But yonder the ground is rough and hard, Where die poor wretches bullet-scarred, Far from the beds so cosy and soft Where sleep those treacherous skunks who scoffed To think of their ruthless war for gold, And the fools deceived by their lies so bold In the murderous house that thieves built. And here is the workhouse, grey and grim, The refuge dire for the widow of him Who died on the ground, so rough and hard, ''Mid heaps of corpses, bullet-scarred, Far f...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRANCHES. Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

THE BRANCHES. Newcastle. Meetings in connection with above branch have been arranged as follows : Minmi this Saturday night at 7 ; West Wallsend. to-morrow (Sunday) after, noon at 3. Speakers — Holland and Askew, To-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at Islington Reserve, the long deferred oiscussion on the Drink Curse will eventuate (weather permitting). This debate was '? billed ' to take place some six weeks ago, but had to be postponed for a week on account of the inclemency of the weather ; owing, however, to an accident which befell Mr Wallwork, the debate had to be indefinitely postponed. Now that he has sufficiently recovered to ' toe the mark ' he writes that he is prepared to open the debate tomor row (Sanday) afternoon.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Joint Organising Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

Joint Organising Committee. Met last Tuesday and after making arrangements for garden party made the fcllowing arrangements f _,r Sunday : Speakers — Drake (chair), Moroney and Barlow To be at hall at i 30 — Nelson and Kmslie. Sellers of Literature : Rusfeldt, EClostermann and Isaacs.

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 — 13 January 1900

Key Note. | Socialism is not hxvobm ; it is a UToiVTio' It implies a cjele in the social affairs of the race, where development, growth, becoming acute, rashes forward toward tub tantial transformation. Bat Revolution is not like a bolt from the «ky ; it is a stage in Evola - lation. — New York People . THE PEOPLE AND THE COLLECTI VIST. The World for the W«rld'» Worker*. ? 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

A Thin Refreshing Beverage ! . CADBURY'S ^^COCOA. HOICE PBESfl FISH De ivere j all parti of the District. Supplis* of - ngliib Fresh tub alwaj$ On hand* S- DARE. Kewcaatle Ice and Refrigerating Works

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOTTINGS. Conventional Lies. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

JOTTINGS. [From the Sanctum.] Conventional Lies. It is Sunday evening, and within a radius of a couple of hundred yards from where I sit, the organs of half-a-dozen churches are pealing forth their music, and the songs of the vari ous choirs — a 6trange mixture of discordant melodies — float on the twilight air. They are singing about the Prince of Peace. Only a few minutes ago th« tantalising drum of the Salvation Army added to the torture of my over strung nerves. The Salvationists, too, sang about peace. The red coated religionists have gone to their barracks, and, as I scribble, the church choirs cease to sing and the notes of the organ die away. Just now tie parson is praying — so are the Salvationists. And the burden of the church man's prayer is that God will give the victory to ' our ' troops in the Transvaal. Probably the Salvationist is praying the same way. And while they sing of peace and pray for victory men are facing, each other in South Africa, armed with all the mod...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT WE WANT. For All Humanity. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 13 January 1900

WHAT WE WANT. For All Humanity. ' THE Wonderful Century,' Alfred Russell 'Wallace has called this period of which we have just crossed the threshold of the last year ; and truly no hundred years of human history so well deserves the term as the Nine teenth Century. Rich, indeed, has been the harvest reaped by thinkers and scientists during that time from the seeds of know ledge sown by the race pre viously. Human knowledge has increased a thousand fold ; the mysteries of Nature have been mastered and made as simple as a nursery tale. Forces which have been the masters of man for countless ages have become his obedient servants ; even forces previously undreamt of have been harnessed and controlled by him. Truly a wonderful century. ? ? ? , Yet will the Twentieth Century be more wonderful. For these forces which man has mastered during this Nineteenth Century have served a nefarious purpose. While indeed man has mastered them, they have been the servants of a portion of mankind only,...

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