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

Australian Socialist League. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. BRANCHES are hereby instructed to ELECT their DELKGATES to tbe Annual Conference, and to notify the General Secretary of same not later than Saturday, April 9th, CHAS. M, BARLOW. Gen H n Sec Australian Socialist League. ANNUAL ELECTION OF GENERAL EXECUTIVE. BALLOT PAPERS having now been isBued to ali Branches, Branch Secretaries are reminded that all Ballot Papers (enclosed in sealed envelopes) must reach the General Secretary at Hea quarters NOT LATER THAN THURSDAY, APBIL 5tb. CHaS. M. BARLOW, Hon Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Capitalist and Laborer. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC Capitalist and Laborer. Whatever the opinions and de gree of education of a man of to- | day, whatever his shade of i liberalism, whatever his school of philosophy, or of science, or of economics, however ignorant or superstitious he may be. every man nf fli t* nrfispnt du v' know* fchat nil men have an equal right to life , and the good things of life, and . that one set of people are no better nor worse than another, that are all equal, Every one j knows this, beyond doubt ; every one feels it in his whole being. Yet at the same time everyone : sees all a-ound him the division of men into two castes — the one, laboring, oppressed, poor and suffering, the other, idle, oppress ing, luxurious, and profligate. And everyone oot only sees this, but voluntarily or involuntarily, in one way or another, takes part in maintaing this distinction which his conscience condemns. And he cannot help suffering f om the consciousness of this contradic tion and his share in it...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL. To Branch Secretaries. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

OFFICIAL, To Branch Secretaries. Toil are requested to keep Gen. Sec notified as early as possible ot all fixture* in connection with Branches, and also to inppl.T report* of monthly meeting* im mediately after holding of same.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Your Gods, Oh' ISRAEL!" [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

' Your Gods, Oh* Israel !**' ' ' Disreptuable women who affect the conduct of Lais without her graces are among the leading spirits of smart society,' where I ' the morals of the poultry yard j flourish in the atmosphere of the afnh'n ' TVinf. is ArnnlH White's view of the class which is all powerful in this country to-day. It is this ' smart society,' this mob of panders and prostitute?, of lecherous satyrs and swindling plutocrats, among which Mammon only is worshipped, to enter whose charmed circle ?' neither b ains nor breeding, birth nor influence, are necessary,'' on y money — it is thiB vile crew which dictates the policy of our Government, controls the presB, and dominate? Jo every department of modern society. It is on its behalf this war is being waged in South Africa, and thousands of England's sons are being sent tu their death. ' The secret influence on Government wielded by this Comus rout of CireeSj sybarites, c-nics, and financiers ' says Mr. White, ' is profound.' '...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Crown Land Sale. AT the LAND OFFICE, Newcastle, on WEDNESDAY. 18th April, at noon, the following will be offered at Auction viz., Portions 423 about one mile south west of Wara ah Railway Stati.n ; 1040 about one mile west, of Broadmeadow Railway Station, Ph. Newcas le, Co. Northumberland. Areas, 2rds 4}pers. an 1 20Jpers. respectively. Upset prices (including value of Crown Improvements cv portion 428) ; JE34, and jB16 respectively. Further (.artiiu lars can be obtained f om the L nd Agent or ?' (t zstte ' N.-. 134 of 14th Februa j, 1900. Term* — 25 per cent deposit, balance in three equal annua] instalments, interest at 5 per cent per annum H. CURRY, 5a85 Under Secretary for Linds. The Premier. — o — ?the premiek HAIKDKKSSING I AND SHAVING SALOON, 73 Hunter-street, New. aBtlr, next Borough Markets — A clean towsl to each cutomer Ladies' Ornamental Hairwork executed on the premises We do not profess to cure Corns, Warte, or Bunions, but a disease of the Scalp ca...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Onward, Christian Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Onward, Christian Soldiers. The Anglo-Saxon Christians, with Gatling gun and sword, | In serried ranks are pushing on the I Gospel of the' Lord. ? On Afrio's soil they press the toe in war's terrific scenes And merrily the hunt goes on through out the Philippines. What though the Boers are Chris tains, the FilippinoB too ; It is a Cb'-iVain act to shoot a fellow creature through. The b.mibs. with dynamite sur charged, their daily missileB fling, And gaily 011 their fatal way the dum-dum bullets sing. The dead and mangled bodies, the [ wounded and the sick, Are multiplied on every hand, on every field, and thick. ' O gracious Lord,' the prayer goes up, ' to us give victory swift !' The chaplains on opposing sides the same petitions lift. | The MahdiB and the Sirdars along the great Soudan Are learning at the cannon's mouth the brotherhood of man. The holy spirit guides aloft the shriek ing shot and shell, And Christen people Bhout with joy at thousands blown to Hell. The pulpits bles...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Men of Nations. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

. Men of Nations. Men of Nation* ! wherefore plough For the lords who lay thee low ? ? Wherefore weave, with toil and care The- rich robes yonr tyrants w ar ? Wherefore feed and clothe and save From the cradle to tne grave, Those ungrateful drones who would Drain your sweat — t.ay, drink your blood f j Wherefore, bees of Nations, forge Many a weapon, chain, and scourge That these (tingles* drones may spoil The forced prjducs of your toil P Have ye leisure, comfort, calm, Shelter, foid, love's gentle balm ? - -r what is it ye buy sa dear With your fain, and with your fear. The seed ye sew, another reaps j The wealth ye find, another keeps 1 The robes je weave/ another waars, The arms ye forge another bears Sow seed — but let no tyrant reap, Find wealth — let no imposter heap. Weave robes — let not the idle wear. Forge arms — in yjur defen e to bear. Sh ink to your cellars, holes, and cells, In hall* ye deck, another dwell* Why shake the chains ye wrought ? Vou see The steel ye temper...

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 — 7 April 1900

GLF.ANINGS. ' O God of Battles, by whose fire j Thy Kipling warms his brain, ' How blest are they who only pay While other men are slain ! — o — tt ? ? cuuuiwuuo ueewju uuvt dnties.' The old ideals of national independence, political equality, and individual liberty were good in their day. But the age of capitalist oppression calls for new ideals — the idea's of in ternational solidarity of labor, ' economic freedom, and collective : industry — the ideals of Socialism, — o — The Wall Street Economist pre dicts that by 1910 Bockfeller will own half the total wealth of America. — o — Lassalle once said, in effect : ' If there is one thing above all others that I wish to impress upon the German workingmen, it is that they must want better living. So long a* they are satisfied w:th cheap beer and bad sausage, so long they will have nothing better.' He also pointed out that the ' right 'to a better life is of no value, unless it is backed by ' might ' and the will to use it. About 52 per...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Wharf Laborers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Newcastle Wharf Laborers. At Tuesday's meeting Messrs. Struck and Mitchell were elected vice presidents, and Mr. March to fill vacancy on management committee. The committee's report re holding an entertain ment on Easter Monday Night ws-s approved. lne secretary was again in structed to write Mr. Dick, M.P., urging the necessity of bringing their business before Mr. Thomas with all possible speed. On Wednesday evening the committee met at Steven's shop, when programme was arranged. It was resolved to give about £15 away in prizes, entrance for the various contests to be free. The programme will include contests as follows : Best des criptive song, comic song, song and dance, mouth organ com petition, and best song to be rendered by a bona fide wharf laborer. There will be three prizes for each contest. The majority of the prizes consist of good servicable articles, such as tea, flour, marmalade, boots, hats, I pigs, poultry, clocks, etc. Ad mission wil be 6d for adults and 3d for c...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHREDS AND PATCHES. "TELL TRUTH AND SHAME THE DEVIL." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

SHREDS AND PATCHES. [BY PAUL JONKS.] ' TILL TROT* AND SHAME THE DBTIL.' A wxek or two ago I gave it a a my opinion that lhomas Atkins baa no lack of animal courage (tfao comp. made it criminal courage). I meant, of course, what Emerson calls ' the instinct of animal resist am e ' as opposed to that superior courage shown in lonely adherence to g eat truths and right principles which only is the endowment of an elevated character. Your average trained fighting man is D-*yer an elevated character It ia not ne cessarj that he should be. As long as ' the instinct of animal lesist ?nee ' is stiong within him he serves the purpose, ?' Ian Mac laren,' the author of ' Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush,' Bays ' 1 ake a hundied ruffians out of any An glo Saxon city, wash, dress, feed and arm them, and they will storm batteries, capture cities at the | point of the bayonet, and die in heaps ; yet they are ruffians ' I do | not say that all soldiers are ruffianp, I but that ruffians make the bkbt so...

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

CONSULT JAY S£ WAYNE CHEMIST, ON COTTAGE BRIDGE Newcastle West.

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

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

DO LEADERS IN fcEEDUCING THE | FBICES, BCTT WE DO guarantee TO TUEN OT3T THE BEST AND LONGEST WEARING SUIT THIS SIDE OF SYDNEY. I Phillips, THS RECORD | TAILOR, 32 Hunter Street, | BRIENWOOD ? ? '' HOODS I Are FAbT COMING to the FBONT I 88 j BOOT -£ SHOE j MAKERS I f | Give Them a Trial, and find eut who 5 thsy are, at I 183 riunter-street west, I Newcastle. I TOE ! TALLOW MAI. -J s .. . i 'VTOTJ who wish to have my Tallow X nJeaae see that each block is stamped with the akore Trade Mark, 10 s that if good yon will know who to pnuM, but if 'tad who to blame— should the i latter be the case kindly let. me knowi X I , wijlbc plt*»ed to, serve you through any ?f yonr (tons, but if any of them refute I to sell it, send along to me, and I will i inform you where yon can get it* I Yenra mot* respectfully, | JOHN CAMPION, $ I 1 i CRONJE'S GUNS I Are nothing to STEARN'S [ ROACH KILLER, la Box. Come, let tu oast 08 fooling, and pnt by ease and rest, 1 For the cause alone u worthy till the go...

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

GRAND autumn DISPLAY OF Drapery TAKES PLACE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 30 and 31. THE , Many Charming Novelties IN FASHION will be DISPLAYED IN A MOST ARTISTIC MANNER at Co«kf€0,'s Corner HUNT EE & WOLFE STS. Newcastle TO MINERS Specially. '\7trE will make it worth your while' T V to deal off us* We will make you a TIP-TOP SUIT of Thoroughly Shrunk Materials for 50s. Splendid patterns to select from Address, J. eOBLEY, MONTPELIER TAILORING CO.. 73 Hunter Street, opp, YM.C.A Hall. J. H. RYAN, The Hairdresser of the North,. Tobacconist and Perfumer, etc. 16 HUNTER ST., near A. A. Bridge, Newcastle. Beat Brands only of Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, eto. A splendid assortment of Pipes. Razors ground and set and guar, anteed — One Shilling. I ask for a Trial. M. G. MORGAN, Tinsmith and Galvanised Iron Worker, HUNTER STREET WEST Opposite Carrington Bridge, All kinds of Tinware made to order1 Best Materials used. Repairs Neatly Executed. VISIT . . . Strike's AUSTRAL m BOOT MART F...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

The War in South Africa, j The General Executive recom mends to Conference the adoption of the following resolution : This Conference of Australian So cialists express themselves as one with the Socialists of the world in condemn ing all wars as barbarous, being fos tered and perpetuated by the everin creasing greed and rapacity of tho capitalist class, we, tnereiore, con demn the war in South Africa as un just, and waged not in the interests of the disfranchised Uitlanders but in the interests of International Capi talists ; and urge all lovers of Justice to agitate for the preservation of the independence of the South African Republics with equal political rights of all in South Africa. ' As the treatment of the working I class in Kimberley and Rhodesia shows that the domination of the South African Chartered Company means the degradation and exploita tion of that class. Furthermore, be lieving a Socialist Republic to be the ultimate destiny of Australia, this Conference condemns,...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Seaham Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Seaham Lodge. The quarterly meeting was beld in i arkes Hall on Ma ch 28, Mr. W. Hodge presidin.'. Correspond nee was r?ad from J, W. Bailey appea'incr for aid and intimating that the Bailey charges were in - ook form. HeBolved that A. vnlnntarv snhiuvint.inn ho t.tun on behalf of J. W. Bailey. An amendment to donate a sum of £5 from the local fuod was lo?t. Me«srs T Coates. R Pee', G Sherlow, and W Hodge volun teered to tike up the subsoriptio at the Colliery office The balance sheet for quarter ending March 23 showed that the income wbb £148 18s lid and expenditure £126 Sn 6d, bahuce £22 10* 5d. Tne cheok inspector, Mr. J. Sfcen houae, thsn gave a report faken that day (28th.) which was re ceived as satisfactory. Resolved that the check in epectors call the manager's atieu tion to the clause in the Coal Mines Regulation Act referring to the number of men to be employed on each split of air. The Delegate, Mr. D ' vans, gave a report of a meeting held that day (28th) After dealing w...

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 — 7 April 1900

Electoral Policy— 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 (Conference to decide number of on/1 that rm nanrii dates be run for the House of Representatives. StfATE Elections. The General Executive recom mends that the policy with re gard to State Elections be left over until next Conference, or the General Executive be em powered to call a Special Con ference for this purpose if deemed advisable.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

. UNION NOTES. ! At its last meeting, the O.K.F. Delegate Board voted £50 to the miners now locked-ont at New Cham, Bundamba, Queensland, — o— Saturday last was the date of an other offieial visit of the Newcastle ^harf Laborers Union to Morpeth Vtfh a. n'«v (a nrmniiinrr frlta *na»f. workers of that township. Mr. Struck of the Seamen's Union and Mr. North, Newcastle Wharf Laborers, were the delegates ; and the report they submitted to the Union on Tues day evening was a meat encouraging one. They had enrolled some fifteen members, aud had appointed, tempor arily, local officials. Glebe Lodge, C.E.F., warns men against taking more than one skip at a time into their working places, under a 10s. penalty. Glebe miners now have nine check weighmen, four at A pit and five at B. In future a uniform levy will be im posed throughout both pits to main- ' tain them. — o — The time draws near when New castle Wharf Workers will make an effort to better the conditions under which thev labor. Tha...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 7 April 1900

Federal Platform. The General Executive recom mends as basis of discussion the following : l.-A WHITE AUSTRALIA.— The exclusion of races whose presence under present competitive conditions might lower the standard of living of nuoiranau worKero. 2.— OLD AGE PENSIONS.— Pen- sions for the aged and infirm which will guarantee » decent standard of living ; the necessary funds to come out of the Consolidated Revenue. 3. —ABOLITION OP 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 to be rewarded*^ the nation. 5. MONEY. — The Commonwealth to have the sole right to issue money. 6. ADMINISTRATIVE.— (a) The Eight Hours Day and the Union Kate of Wages to bu observed in all de partments of the Commonwealth. (b) Direct Public Employment. All public works to be carried out without the...

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 — 7 April 1900

CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENTS. The manifesto to state that this League having fought for a Com monwealth Parliament of one Chamber in the election ofwhich every Australian citizen should have equal voting power ; and when the bi-cameral system was accepted navmg tought tor 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 vital amendment of the Con stitution until the evil effects — ~ 1 ? ? ? ? ? i nave uetsn experienced ana 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 absolutely and immediately necessary ; but at same time reaffirms its opposition to the present Constitution, and while willing to ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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