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The Unemployed Problem [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

The Unemployed Problem So fur the efforts of the Lyne Go vernment to d6»l with this question have reached the stage of appointing a Board and fighting the fees they are to receive:- The fees, The People is informeri1 are to be either two or three guineas per Bitting ana me rsoara win sic twice a week. So at last ihe Government have found some John. The chairman of the Board is Mr. \Y. F. Schey. He receives the posi tion as a mark of gratitude for the organising ability and political acumen he devoted to the interests of the Go vernment party- at a salary, Now that he is lifted out of politics it can be recognised that he is a man of energy and ability, and despite the fact rhat he has earned the position a.nd fees by political apostacy to the working-class, he may posibly attempt to do something more than draw his fees. Other members are Mr. Hansen — head of the Charitiss Department— \, that ib ominous ; Rev. W. Oarr Smth, an Anglican parson who has merely phyed with the social pro ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
That Fool Shooter. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

That Pool Shooter. ? « A parasite by the name of I Albert Edward has waited nearly I sixfev a ears for the crown of Eng land. Mis most prominent w rks during this long wait have been when his name has been mention 3d in connection with i^ady Mordaunt, Cora Brown-Potter, Lilly Langtrv, and the Tranby-Croft case. Cecil Rhodes found his name useful to crush the enquiry of the House of Commons South African Com mittee. He was shot at last week by a young madman of fifteen yea: s who probably bandied a gun for the first tim«. 'I hen the parasite*) of the British nation went into hysterics and thanked the Wood Lord that bis inimacu late life was not prematurely cut off While this one attempted murder receives the execation of the world, thousands of honest farmers in South Africa are being murde fid by equally bonest but ex ceedingly copv Tommy Atkinses, who are pat ted on the back and called heroes, but whose motives for their killing a-e about as intelligent us those af the mad boy at B...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Which Shall we Believe? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

Which Shall we Believe ? Chambeblaiw in 1896 : N war with the t'outh African Hepublic would be one -f the most serious wars that could possibly be waged. It would leave behind it the em be s of a st if* which I believe generations would hardly be long enough to extinguish.*' ''hambe lain in 1900: 'I hear a great deal about the animosities which will remain after the war. 1 hope I am not to ? sanguine when I say that I do not believe in it. When matters have settled down and - qual rights are assured to both the white races, I be ieve that both wi 1 enjoy the land to gether in settled peace and pros perity.' Which Ohamber'ain are we to believe ?

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Outlanders We Fight for And the Power they Exercise. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

The Ontlanders We Fight for And the Power they Exercise. (By JoHK A. HOBSOX, M.A.) But while the power of this capitalism is based on gold, it is by no means confined to it. Whatever large or profitable in terest we approach, we find the same control. The interests are often entirely severed from, and even hostile to, the lniningindus try, but they are in the hands or the same class. This is the case with the Dynamite Monopoly. Every name connected with the .present and past of this scanda lous economic episode is signifi cant : Lippert, Lewis, ami Marks, Vorstmann, Noble. The rich and powerful liquor trade, licit and illicit, is entirely in the hands of Jews, from the .supreme contrcl of the liquor kings. Messrs. Lewis and Marks, down to the running of the mealiest u attic bar. That greatest gambling in stitute the Stock Exchange is, needless to say. mostly Jewish. Thu large commercial businesses are in the .same hands, in particu lar the important tradt- in horsea. and other highl...

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 — 14 April 1900

J J. P. MACLEAtf ; JflaNNELL ST., WieKHAM, I NSA.U A.J.S. Ba.SK, I _ FOR I Good Groceries & Good Value A Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to Subscribe.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Honesty and Integrity. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

Honesty and Integrity. W. !?:. MAKI1'* little gag about ?«r.iii:iii',f ' men of honesty and ?^ii!--uriiy'in Pai'lian-eiH reminds Tili. iM-iiiPi,!-: that that is ihu old vi.iiii- ut thu capitalist gang to I which .Mr. .-hum bulonys. Till-; I l*s:i ifi.K knowri a would-lj'; c:ij-i- I t.ili-si |inlitician of tliat sort who I lj'; \'.-ry lung ago niut ;i friend in I a -? '.MMatlp bank with a i-i-quest I fui ,i loan of -Jl'oO. saying h« was I r.iih r in diliiciillies. 'I'hf L'rir-ml |(h'V. ?Jn'i-ii.'(|iii;, i ho other cashed I i; : ii:id liitir or livu hriiu-s at'ter | v.mi i- the !;urni\vei'\\'ari insulvtiiit. |T!.:c i- ihi- iii....:L-l kind of oapi I tiui-:-|iiiliiiciiiu. and 'I HE Picuimj-: I v.M.i.i- 1- w ln.-iln.-i- that is, tin- sort iv: ?? ii'iiii-;\ and integrity '' Mr. I ^ii.u liw.ims iii.-i-o in Parliament. — = I Aii'.idy the Newcastle and |liis.ii-r liivur S.S. Co., is resort liii.'-n iiic usual methods of the i CM;.i!(1|i.-i sweater. Some of the S Hi ? prominent of the union ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA REGINA. STATUTORY DECLARATION. THE CAPTAIN AND THE CRIMP. A CASE FOR THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

VICTORIA REGIRA. STATUTORY DECLARATION. THE CAPTAIN AND THE CRIMP. A CASE FOR THE POLIC?:. lNT our issue of March 31, we gave the police a clue to work upon concerning ' a gross violation of the law in connection vrith the British ship, Victoria Regina. The water police did not act upon the clue given then, and THE People decided to carry in vestigations to the utmost limit ; and had the evidence contained in the appended declaration been in our hands a day earlier, Cap tain Ward, of the Victoria Regina, instead of being at present on the high seas, would have been called upon to remain in New castle to answer certain serious charges. Captain Ward is beyond the reach of the law, for the present, but in the case of the crimp, Sullivan — who seems to be an old hand at the game — there is only one course for the police to take. They must pro secute. The crimp's calling is one of the most dastardly imaginable. The crimp himBelf must be the very embodiment of all that goes to make up the...

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 — 14 April 1900

The -Hi-st of /DU.VGAKEE OVK^ALLS ' m' ro -£ us leather, !'obe had ut 1.IAKKV .STKiHJ.i. v. 0 0 c Od & (mi11. Erurluntinj w«r ir. A COLOKEIJ .MARK Through Uiix par '''indicates that your sii'scripfciou is again due, and sh jul.l -'e -forwarded to the orlico 9.-J Hanter-sfcrout Weit, -^ewca-jtle A COLORED MARrC Alongside of this signifies that TOUR SUBSCRIPTION IS OVERDUE, and should ly forward ed to the Secretary, at Headquarters -2 -1 0ASTLEKEAG3 STREET SYDNEY.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

GREAT BRITAIN HOTEL Corner of SX-TT AND MARKET STREETS, BTetrcaitle. DANIEIj McAULIFFE (Late manager St'icktoi Colliery) Proprietor. BEST of Alea. 'Vi3es and Spirits only ke .t First-class A?-omaiod'itiiT fof Visitors »nd Travellers Ch irees Moderate. — B.ttle Depirtmeut — Best BraiH.j at — Moderate Pri es. FOR Nic- TIES COU..AR-J. SHIRTS Also, aa up-to-date tfAT, Try. GILBERT HORLER, The City Hatter and Mercer, '.37 HUNTER STREET. DURHAM HOTEL, JIAI'LA.VD ROAD, r^LI.VGTOX. None but tiio lJL-st Br.iu is of Liquor3 sei-red. Gpo i VcirmnnoJiitiuii f -r IS jur io.a-- HUGH GOBB, Pfiprietsr. ORIHNTAL~~llOTBL, Vutinj5-strcot OAKRING!' :N. Cornwall's Ak-s Nonu but the iiest Hrumla or Liquor si-i-re 1. GEO. HRiHTSTROKG, lJi-opn'tt-.i)i-.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL INSPECTORS. AND THE QUEER TACTICS. WHAT THE MINERS WATN. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

CGHL INSPECTORS. AND THE QUEER TACTICS. WHAT THE MINERS WATN. Probably it wi 1 he wit in the memory o! most peopl- that a Coal Mines Act became l\w eometi'ne about the middle of the nineties. Vfanv of the p ovisions of this Bill which at the time bo e In dly on the miners, were immediately en forced ; while the on'y two clauses (the ventilation and wei--hiatf) which affected the prop letors in terests have in many in*tauces only heen partially carded out, and in m»ny others al^ued to lapse entirely. That thin is mere'v a bae statement of facia will not be denied by anyone » h -se rela lutioni with veracity *p« of a friendly character ; an ', rean nin : from those facts, certain uo:du sious may be arrived at which may throw a Rontgen Kay through the brain of the Australian wo ker in regard to the iidministruti.m of law in f.'puerai an'i the Coal Mine* Act iu uartieular iln Act as it stands to-d-y, though by no means poi'fi'cc. in cer Jafnly an imp-ovuir-ufc on th* old Act, and, if ca...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Patriotism of the Royal Family. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

Patriotism of the Royal Family. IN' view of the very pressing demands upon Australian patriot ism, tlie C'lilowing- information should be interesting, showing as ?it does, how dee]) tin- .seuiiineiu is -imbedded in the.' broiist* of lite Royal family. Tho item wa- published .in the l-.tr,o». just be fore the. Jingo Jubilee : '?Wean informed t lr.it a British Prince, a sun .-f i h ?.» ? British Que.en, a general in th ? British Army selected for succ'.'ssorsliip to Lord Roberts in ih» Irish com mand, has decided. 'in 'l:e ev. nt of his bocntuinir !i'ir t' crrain rich estates on lierinnn territory, to rhrow over liie cousirry of his birih, and '-.rcaiiie a subject :;m.| soldi-.-!1 oft lie (irtrman Kmp.-i'or. It is true that, in coining t.; this iv suive, the Duke of Oonnaughr ouiy follows the example of his illustrious elder brother tho Duke of Kdiuliiirgh. who also wore uivat (rival Britain's pay. as an admiral in the British .Navy. '.'-. Tw.. sons of tiie British Queen, twmif tln-.-...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

JOTTINGS. [From the Saxctum.] Austhaliax '' soldiers ' are evidently profiting' by the ex pressed sentiments of would-be cattle-duffer Hassall. They have managed to steal a thousand head of cattle. This is even better than the exploits of the Soudan contingent, which only succeeded in stealing a single donkey. ? ? ? Had a Boer farmer crept on to a sleeping Britisher, seized hid rifle, and shot him while he slept, our yellow press would have blazoned it out with huge head lines as another instance of Boer brutality. But when the act is performed by an Australian the brutal and cowardly murdet of the sneak warrior is written up as a deed of heroism. * # ? A jingo-stricken resident of Plattsburg wrote to the local council. complaining of a nuisance caused by a 'thing' called a ' Socialist ' in the Plattsburg Rotunda. Newcastle Herald described this elegant language as ' keen satire.' #' # # . On account of the war, British income tax has been raised from i.-ightpence to one shilling in...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mark the Real Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

Mark the Real Issue. I From all parts of the world men I rare rallying to the flag, and even I the voice of criticism is hushed. I j Ve do not agree that this is such I an ' hour of danger ' and of trouble, but the phrasea are I ambiguous and serve even in the present time. If all that is [ ni'-ant is that we socialists ! should resist invasion or any attack on our national liberties, thai we readily grant. The Socialist who resents aggression l.v England on any other people =h.iuld over be the first to resist .finji act of aggression on the ,j,;UT. of these other people. But we doubt very much whether ?«ik1i an occasion would rally all jmrii-- and all classes in this cnuntry. In our view we are ?much more likely to have, to '? k-K'iid our liberties ' against th- dominant classes at home — vh' wudd readily bring in am- I iin-rc'iiarii'S from other i.,i-;- 'l' rh'1 Kinpire to crush our lib'Ttii'S — than we arc to have to d-i-iil tin-in against a foroign i',,. . It i- not uiir gnoil h...

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 — 14 April 1900

WORKINGMEN I To omit buying a capitalist paper only one day a week for a year would en able you to get The Pkoim.k 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 daily press dishes oufc to you — uiighcy poor stufi for your good money — and you wou'd thus help the only kind of paper that is helping you to better your industrial condition. Subscribe for '1 he Pi ople

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 — 14 April 1900

MR. THOS. J.PARKER DENTAL SURGEON, (Late Newetiit'e Dental Company), HAS commenced the practice of bii profp»ei'n OVER J. S. ROBB'S. 91 Hunftr Street. Newcast'e. rPKL'S'l FUNDS to Lend tn city or J. suburban frei-1 old ter-uriti*- ; £500 /350, JE200. Thrm«Mi »i d Windejer Solicitors, ftc , BoltoD-itreet, TA . B R A T K, . solicitor. &c. Court Chambers, Bo) ton Street, Newcaatle rpEUST MO-'EYoto lend — on Heal i or Per«onal Security, JA.UES DART, Solicitor, &-:?, Commissioner for Affidavit*, Bolton-street ^ewcaBtle. A. REID, SOLICITOR &c. 4c. C' nimieeioncr for AffidariU BOLTON STKEliT Newcastle. fTIRUST MONl'.YS to Lend at current J_ Rates. Air. AV. H. BAKER. Soli citcr. etc.,- Commissioner for tlie Austra lian Color.ies. Boltvc-street, Newcastle TRUST MONEY TO LEND, ARTHUR H. JAMES. Solicitor k Commieeioner for Affidavit*, Bank Chambers, i7 Bolton-st. J. VINCENT For * Cheap * Produce. ?TABLE POULTRY and Pine-lued Minorra and Leiihorne Eegj its season 5 CUAEL...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

A COLORED MA.RK Through t.hi-* par indicates that your su1 scvipt on- is again due, and shouU -s forwarded 10 the office 9i Hdnfir-streefc »Vest, .\'ew\!iif.le A COLORED MARK Aloui-side of this signifies that TO UK SCB-CRIPTION IS OVERDUE, and should be forwarded to the Secretu y, at Headquarter* -2 -1 CAdTLEREAGU TREE! SYDXEY.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

THE WHR. The People has never indulged in prophecies as to the result of the war in South Africa, but has contented itself ?with giving full publicity to the real interests and motives responsible for it. 'The happenings of the last week or two art? of special interest. m m m When Roberts had trium .phantly reached Filoe'mfontejn it was considered 'that the' con clusion, was visible. But there are grave donbrs arising as to the correctness of this view. With. 100,00'. troops scattered through out; South Africa repressing, re bellion, with another 10o,000 of an army to invade the Transvaal, Roberts has seen one of his officer's receive a serious check, and been compelled to withdraw his advance -lines some miles nearer Bloeirrfontein. This is evi dence. that his work is not to be all plain sailing, but a long and arduous one, and discounts the theory that the Boer cause is absolutely a lost one. . ' * ? ? * By the time that this is in print the A.S.Lr. annual conference will have ado...

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 — 14 April 1900

Key Note. Uifair a_ he HdcIb it to spar on the industrial capitalists. b» de priving tbei ? b-»ad of it* bjtter. jet the capitalist thicks it neces sary to reduce the laborer s wages to a minimum in order to keep him industrious, — MABX. THE REORLE AND THE COLLECTIVIST. The \WM tor the Worid'a Wor ers

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

R. M Andrew; (one of oar most energetic .-ocia'ist worke»s), now located in Tnsinania sai'sfor England shortly. A fact which Thk People regrets. CRONJE'S GUNS Are nothing to STEARN'S ROACH KILLER. Is Box. Experience keeps a dear school, but fooh will lea-n in no other.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Science or Knowledge. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 14 April 1900

Science of Knowledge. CH. IXGEMANW in Brisbane Worker.) IGXORAXCE is the gn-at im pediment to all progress, and the ignorance of the British public has led it to applaud a war of In justice and Greed. I heard a Dutchman speaking with a young Australian the other day, and casually I inav mention that it was in a sixpenny restaurant. The Australian was bragging about the war. and about British freedom, etc., and spoke very dis paragingly of other nations. -- Have you ever been in Amster dam :-' asked .the .Hollander. ' Xo.1' was the reply. i: In Paris r'1 ' Xo.' ' ?? In Benin F' - Xo.' 'In Vienna?' 'No.' 'Well have you been in Eng land ?' He had not been there, either. ' Have you ever 'been out of Australia:'' 'No?' 'Weil,' said th..: Dutchman, ?' what the devil have you got to blow about except your own ig norance : I 'have been in till these places.' 'We read.' pleaded the humbled Australian. 'What do you read ? IVnny-horribles and Kipling !'' -thundered the Dutchman, who was eviden...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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