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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

Constitutional Amend- . MeNTS. A general discussion ensued on amendments and proposed mani festo. The introductory clause is basis of manifesto was agreed to. The following planks were agreed to : 1. ABOLITION OF THE SENATE. — Until that is gained to agitate for One Adult One Vote : pro portional Representation in both Houses : single electorates for Senatorial Elections ; the National Referendum for the solution of dead locks between the two Houses ; abolition of the Senate's power of veto. 2. THE INITIATIVE AND RE FERENDUM. — The people to have the right to propose laws, and to vote upon all matters of importance. 3. Election of the Governor General by the people. 5. All public delegates ty be sub ject to recall by the respective con stituencies.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

AFTERNOON. Met at 2.30. Minutes of morning sitting read and confirmed. The Hon. B. Backhouse, M.L.C., was present. The chairman wel comed the visitor on behalf of delegates. Mr. Backhouse re plied, stating that only when he was in the Socialist camp did he feel on solid ground, and wished the Conference all .success in its work. ' From small things great ones should spring.' Discussion of Federal Platform was resumed. 6. ADMINISTRATIVE.— (a) The Eight Hours Day and the Union Rate of Wages to bv observed in all de partments of the Commonwealth. (b) Direct Public Employment. All public works to bo carried out without the intervention of the con tractor. (c) Every Employee in the Public Service to have full rights of Citizen ship. No member to lie discharged for the expression of his political opinion or . for taking i»art in any political agitation. Adopted.

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 — 21 April 1900

Fkdbral Platform. Discussion on the Federal Platform then opened, and the platform was adopted as follows : 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 * decent standard of living ; the necessary funds to come out of the Consolidated Revenue. 3. — A BOLITION 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. Conference adjourned at 12.50.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

SECOND DAY. Conference met at 10.30, Com rade S. C. Clark in the chair. Minutes of the previous sitting were read and confirmed. The Balance Sheet was reported upon by auditors, read, and dis cussed and adopted. Electoral Policy. Comrade J. 0. Moroney moved : 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 candidates). A long discussion ensued, and the motion was carried unani mously. A discussion took place on the number of candidates to be run, and it was unanimously decided that six candidates be run. It was also decided that the General Executive be instructed to take. a referendum (if deemed advisable) as to running candi dates for the House of Representa tives. With regard to State elections, the General Executive's recom mendation that the question be left until next Conference or a special Conference be call...

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 — 21 April 1900

The War in South Africa. Comrade J. 0. Moroney moved : This Conference of Australian So cialists express themselves as one with the Socialists of tho world in condemn ing all wars as barbarous, being fos tered and perpetuated by the overin creasing greed and rapacity of the capitalist class. We, therefore, con demn the war in South Africa as un just, and waged not in tho interests of the disfranchised Litianuers out in the interests of International Capi talists : and as the treatment of the working class in Kimberley and Rhodesia shows that the domination of the South African Chartered Com pany means tho degradation and ex ploitation of that class, wo urge all lovers of Justice to agitato _ for the preservation of the inde pendence ?' of the ? South African Republics with equal pclitical rights of all in South Africa. Furthermore, believing a Socialist Republic to be the ultimate destiny of Australia, this Conference condemns, as traitorous to the Australian people, the action of t...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LEAGUE. Second Annual Conference. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

AUSTRALIAN SOCIAll T LSAGU:, Second Annual Son* ference. FIRST DAV. Conference was called to order at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 12. Credentials were presented for the following delegates : Central Branch — J. O. Moroney, S. Clark, 0. O. Pennington. Newtown Branch — F. Drake D. Aldous Waterloo Branch — H. Oulds J. Neill. Casino Branch — Julia B. Fitz henry, May Hickman. Newcastle Branch — H. Harris H. E. Holland. Comrade S. C. Clark was elected chairman, Comrade F. Drake, minute secretary. Comrades J. Neill and D, Aldous were elected auditors. To scrutinise the ballot for General Executive Comrades Julia Fitzhenry, D. Carson, and O. Pennington were elected, and reported the vote as follows : Elected — Coinradi s J. 0. Moroney May Hickman, F. Drake, G.' Isaacs, J1 J. Morrish, J. Neill. A.B. Proud ; ti--* for eighth place, d! Aldous and J. McDermott. Comrade C. M. Barlow wan elected General Secretary unop posed ; Comrade S. C. Clark, General Treasurer unopposed. GENERAL EXECUTIVE REPORT. ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Freedom. I. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

Freedom. (Charles Mackav.) I. We want no flag, no flaunting rag, for LmBRTY to fight ; We want no blaze of murderous guns, no struggle for the right, Our spears and swords are printed words, the mind our battle-plain, We've won such victories before — and so we shall again. II. The greatest triumph sprung from force will stain the brighest cause, 'Tis not in blood that Liberty in scribes her civil laws, She writes them on the people's hearts in language clear and plain, True thoughts have moved the world before — and so they shall again. III. We yield to none in earnest love of Freedom's cauBe sublime, We join the cry ' Fraternity !' We keep the march of Time. And^yet we grasp not pike nor spear, our victories to obtain, e've won without their aid before — and so we shall again. IV. We want no aid of barricade to show a front to wrong, We have a citadel in 1'ruth, more durable. and strong, . ? Calm words, great thoughts, unflinch ing faith, have never striven in vain, They've won ou...

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 — 21 April 1900

A COLORED MARK Through thi« par ind'eates that your subscript on is again due, and should forwarded to the offioo 9^ Hunter-street West,, Newcastle A COLORED MARK Alongside of thia signifies that TOUR SUBSCRIPTION IS OVERDUE, and should be forwarded to the Secretary, at Headquarters— 251 CASTLEREA*GH STREET SYDNEY.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDUCATIONAL! For the Unconverted. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

EDUCATIONAL ! For the Unconverted. j 'Ihe scribe had riyd'iey Worker J in his hand* labt week, and-struck j the following paragraph : — j ' The Worker is a Labor Mis siona y. When you've read it send it on to some of the unconverted.' m * * Then he opened his correspon dence and found the following ; — 'Dear I eofle, — Just cut en« closed from Workir of Saturday last. What do you think of the educational effect from a Labor Party's standpoint ? ' The Newcastle ? Democratic Club is having Maturing night spar ring matches which draw satisfied crowds. Last week it was an 8st 51b tournament, in which very good form was shown. ' Z?ido Plumb, a well-knowd English middleweight pug.', flopnen out the A ust-alian, ' Jim* ? yan, in eight rounds, in a battle for the list Champion- hip of Knglnnd and a purso --t £400 offered by the Jsational -porting Club. ''Dugtrau has been asked to Broken Hill to fight Mitchie : £30 aside and £b expenses. Duggan will go for £35 uside and £i0 ex pentes.' * # ♦...

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. III. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

The Oatlanders We Fight For And the Power They Exercise. (Bv John A. Hob-on, M AJ nr. It may be said, grantinu thi atirv of a t .rei^n monopoly of the econotni ? power is true, it does not j» tify the suggestion that the po'itica Dower wi 1 p'lss into tbei lundfl, that the e w'll be estab lished an o'iga chy of German .fe*B at I' etoria. But a little ? fl- etion shows that ? hilethiB class of rinaaciers have commonly abstained in other coun tries from active participation in polit-ce, they will use politics in the T»anevaal. I h«v have foiled the n*ed for controlling po-itics and leg'slation by bribery and other per-uasive a ts hit he to ; ihe same need and use will exist ia the future Politics to them will not me-e'y mean iree trade and good adminiotration of just laws. Trans vaal in-iustry, requi es the constant and important aid of the tate. The control of a larve, cheap, e gular, submissive supply of labor, the chief co i erstone of profitable bu-iues-, will be a constant inoen ...

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 — 21 April 1900

GTjF. ANTNGS. The six leading nations nf | Europe spend £1 62,000,000 1 annually on their arms, and keep 4,621,438 men under arms Social ism will disa-m all nation-8 and teach all people to live ad b others, diverting the money now spent on armies to u eful purposes i.-i in dustry and a- 1, Socialists the : world over demand peace between I all mankind. 1 U.S.A. has had onemanone V' te for ]24 years. .Result: 26 millionaires iii the Senate Votes only help tl\ose who know how to use them. A foreign missionary paper says that 84,000 l'ibles, distributed amongst the Chinese, were used by them for the manufacture of fire crackers. — o — A Berlin paper agency announces that a Polish engineer has found a method of cheraicsllv treating btraw in such a way that it can be pressed into a substance as hard as stone and cheaper than wood paving, for which it is expected to prove a substitute. — o — In the election of 3 898, the Social Democratic party of uelgium polled 534,824 votes out of a to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

THE AUSTRALIAN SO CIALIST LABOR PARTY. Slowly and — at times — pain- fully — the Australian ocialisst League has been laying on solid rock the basin of an aggressive and militant working-class party to enter the political arena. Setting aside the educational academic work of the League in its early days for the time being, during the last three years the energies of organised Socialists have been bent to build up a sufficiently strong organisation — and arousing in the Australian workers an intelligent feeling of class solidarity. The work has reached such a stage that the annual conference of 1900 has decided that with the birth of a federated Australia there shall be made the first campaign of the attack upon the enemies of society — the capitalist class — at the point which is at once the source of their greatest power of oppression and the most vulner able to attack. The Australian Senate will be the very heart of A ustralian capitalism and the bulwark of the Australian inter es...

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 — 21 April 1900

STEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box.

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Key Note. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

Key Note. Build tip heroic liven, and all Be like th? cheathen s«bre, Ready to flush out at, God's call, O Chival y of Labor ! Triumph and .oil a^e twin?, and a e 'ov suns the cloud of sorrow And 'tis the martyrdom to day BringB victory to morrow. — Gebald Masbbt. THF R^ORLB AND fQ' LECTIVTST. The World for the World's Wor f «

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 — 21 April 1900

. . . THE . . . Problem SOLVED, IT r'nnpn1* =ppni p9«*ibV, ' ut novt?rt':e le«B it is positively true, that Millinery and Drapery are beine sold at COOK A CO.'S Eco nomic Cash Drapery Warehouse, Hunter and Wo.fe-stree'p, cheaper than can be bought bv the case in Vork-etrect. Our readers will nucurall.v aak how that can be ? The anBwer is in a fewwor b. The Firm buy direct from the Manufacturers f r Cash, and eave al! Middleman's Profits, and go in for making a big turn over at smah pricss. The Dressmaking j Rooms at th ? Kstablishment are a marvel. I Dread's are turned out by the score every | week in truly magnificent stvle at the absurdly low price of 12s 6d. The DRESS DEPARTMENT is again crowded out with all the latest Styles in materials f arid without doubt ia the most Economical House in Newcas. tie for Dregs Fabrics of every description The Large Size of WHITE BLANKETS at 10a 6d are going out by the bale. Cheap at 5- 1 air more. In Cares, Mil. linery, and Underclothing, this ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

Dr. Levassenr's . . . TONIC. A powerful stimulating Nerve and Brain Tonic, An invaluable remedy for Nervouf Affections, Loss of Appe tite, Female Debility, PoorneBj of the Blood, Neuralgia, Impaired Digestion, Ague, Tio Douloureux. Sole Agent- for Australasia — W. E. ARNOLD, M.R.P.S., CHEMIST Opposite A J S Bank, Newcastle West!

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POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC The Passing Mechanic. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

POLITICAL AND FCONOMIC I The Passing Mechanic. The revolution in industry is doin-,' its work so quietly and eo quickly ti.at most people fail to note the great, change tiia: are taking place. Machinery is not or.Iy displacing human labor, and rearranging it I under a new relationship, Dut it is | rnpidly destroying the skilled trades, The tendency i* towa'd*a common level in la'jor, and th -t level what has hitherto been known as unskilled labor. Thi* revo ution is not 'imply destroying the skilled ?crafts bv diminishina the per cent [ of the skilled mechanics as com pared to the unskilled, but it is lowering the grade of skill of those who remain. In f»tudebaker's wagon works at Fouth Bend, the largest works of the kind in the world, where 70 OOO vehicles a-e turned out in a year, there need not be a single wagon maker, and it is exactly true that in all that mammoth factory there need not be a man that can make any single part of a wagon, The man simply pulls a lever, turns a cra...

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 — 21 April 1900

LEADERS IN JREDUCING THE PRICES, BUT 'WE DO GUARANTEE 10 TURN ODT THE BEST AND | LONGEST WEARING SUIT THIS SIDE OF SYDNEY. Phillips, THE record TAILOR, 3 2 unt er Street. ? — 1 ?»'' — „ i . : H. 'MM* , ' SREENWOOD ^HOODS Are FAST COMING to the FRONT as BOOT & SHOB MAKERS Give Them u Trial, and find cut who they are, at 183 Hunter-street west, N ewcastle. THE TAUW MAN. '\7~0U who wish to have my Tallow JL please see that each block is stomped 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 case kindly let me know. I will be pleased to serve you through any of your stores, but if any of them refuse to sell it. send ulong to ine, and I will inform you where you curf !gel it* Yours most ie«pectfully, JOHN CAMPION, Jesmond'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 21 April 1900

PRESS FUND. Owing to a rush of work the General Secretary is unable t-- publishments of the various funds this week. Full report next week.

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