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GENERAL EXECUTIVE. Met on Thursday, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

GENERAjl. EXECUTIVE. Met on Thursday, April ID. General Secretary reported that Comrade McDennott, who tied with Aldous.had retired. Present; Comrades J. Neill (chair), Moronoy, Clark, Proud. Isaacs, Drake, AUUs, and General Secretary Barlow. Comrade Drake was elected minute secretary Finance Committee : Comrades ; Barlow, Clark, and Aldus. I Press Coinmitttee : Comrades Moroney, Barlow, and Miss ' Hickman. I General secretary reported fin ancial statement as follows : New Machine Fund, pledges to the amount of £11 ; cash received, £2 13s 3d : Press Fund, £5 t-s 1 d ; Agitation Fund, £2 lis : General Fund, £1 10s 6d. Resolved rhat General Secre tary write Branch secretaries, notifying that all funds other ' than branch funds, must be for- j warded to the General Executive. I Resolved to open an account in J Savings liank ; Moroney and, Neill to be Trustees. Resolved that the General Sec retary notify the branches that the official report of Conference appears in The People of April ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

WATERLOO. This branch held their fort nightly meeting on the lStli inst. at the . Alexandria Town Hall. The branch decided to hold their next fortnightly meeting at Com rade O'Connor's residence, May it was aiso ueciueu to noiu the following fortnightly meeting (May l.(!) in the Alexandria Town Hall. A compliment- was paid to the branch by a visit from Comrade Harvey, of West Ham (Eng.) ; we had also a visit from our friend Comrade Aldous, late of Waterloo branch, i.ow ef New own.

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 — 28 April 1900

THE SRAN6HES. NEWCASTLE. This branch meets this (Satur day) evening, 7. lift o'clock, at the ! ' People ' Office, Hunter-street West, when a general roll up of Socialists is anticipated. The business is of the greatest import ance to all socialists and is ot vital interest to the future de velopment of this section of the movement. Every Socialist who believes that an intelligent mili tant organisation is essential to progress should make a point of being present. What is wanted is organisation ! See that you get it.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW MACHINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

THE NEW MACHINE FUND. The response to this proposal up to date has been a hearty one, and if comrades don't allow the matter to lag it should be com pleted withtn a period of eight or ten weeks. Elsewhere will be found a full statement of sums received and pledged. One com rade sets a good example bygoing in for a. week's ' self-denial ' and puts his 'week's wages into the fund. That's a substantial and encouraging items, and is indica tive of the enthusiasm which an honest and 'intelligent working class movement can awaken among its members.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

More Prosperity. We lift this from the Syclr.c-y daily press : — HOW CAN MEN LIVE 1 TO THE KBITOB, ?'?'ib, — ( wish t - rsk, through the co omns of on - valuable journal, it you will ai'ow mc.*, it it is posts bl° fo - ii man to keep a wife find fami y .six), pay rent, and rail fare, arid keep out of debt on a we klv wagfo of 20s. This, Sir, ?is 'the state of things in the cit' ot Sydney, . and in one of the largest wholesale hou-es, t o. It is almost incredible that any man could have the c'D»cioi-ce to a.*k liis brother-inn.' to worft to a | wage such i-s that nwitior.iMj above. ] fc is im wonder thv; men hoftp to themselves wealth, when il is done 'at t lie i xpMi.se' of tli*ir etnp ovees who hav to take tt or starve. It is time. i'-. I think, that something \vn^ done in I'ar liiunnnt, to pass mi Art, so that those who have to lieftr the hurden of life, and are expected to pay their share to the ? t.ate, will be able to do if. with more ea-e ) feel t.hnt I cannot rlo any more r, ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fighting for "His" Country. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

Fighting for ' His ' Country. Herbert Hunt was until recently an employee of the Colonial Sugar Company. At present he is engaged in endeavoring to murder , the Boers in order to get. their property for the capitalists of England — and elsewhere. In a number of I'yrmont shop wjndows lu a ituuvu ib umpiayeu ; 'to be'rafjt.ed. Two models of his own make. One a full and the other a half model — first and Becond prizeB respectively, for the benefit of the wife and child ren of Mr, H. Hunt, in distressed circumstances through his absence in South Africa. The raffle will take place on April 30. Tickets Is. each. Hoping that all employees, and Bym- I pathisers will assist,' etc. Glorious patriotism, isn't it, that I induces a man to fight for a set of ' white-livered scoundrels, while his own wife and little ones starve. And that'* what the capitalist gang consider good enough for the fool crowd who are their brainless tool* in time of war.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HEADQUARTERS. CAPITALISED MAN VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

»T HEADQUARTERS. CAPITALISKD MAN VALUES. Oxe sign of the advance of our movement is the fact that an audience is always assured at our Sunday lectures, and the average was maintained on Sunday night I last. Through illness Mrs. Bardwell was again compelled to postpone her lecture, and at thirty-six hours' notice Comrade Moroney undertook to lecture on ' Capi talised Man Values.' A short musical programme preceded the lecture, to which i. omrades Julia Fit /.henry, Ilar j vey, and Proud contributed. The I audience gave a warm reception to our Casino comrade. In the course of an hour's ad dress Comrade Moroney then drove home the fact that under competition the worker was sim ply a piece of merchandise, whose power to labor was bought in the open market like potatoes or any other commodity. ITe showed how this resulted iti the worker being compelled to work long hours receiving only a small por tion of the wealth lie produced. This resulted in him -being de prived of the enjoyment of ...

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 — 28 April 1900

R. KILGOUR, GKOCEK AND PROVISION MERCHANT 195 HUNTER ST. WEST. ^'Coupons with Cash Purchases. Australian Socialist ? gmgue. Headquarters : I .VAVFIKLD.' -'A' OASTLKKr.A 'H*STPKT'T SYDNEY. .V.S.W. j OBJECTS. ' The establishment nf a Co-ojeratlve Comroou wva'th. (oundn't od th« collective ownership of lie ar.d and the tools' nf erodnctlon -1 KTHODv The industrial and oolttlcal ormntnation of the corkers. the holding of lcctnre*. the distribution | of literature, and »hfi election of Socialists to nil | pnb:ic bodies, Mnniciral Cnuuclls. and l'arlia 1 men*. MEMBERSOTP. No per«on shall be eligible for membership it any hranch of this League who is a member of i any other political organisation. Persons desir i OUJ of joining shall be shiwn this rule, in order I that they may pledge themstilvc? thereto, j N.S.W. GENERAL EXECUTIVE. IC HAS. M. LAW.' V , Hon. Gen. 8e-o. OFFICIAL, To Branch Secretaries. You ore requested to keep Gen- Sec notified hp curly a? pi-ssiHe -?{ all fixtures in i-on...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Does Machinery Displace Labor? [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

Does Machinery Displace Labor ? Wit \ i of th fut . h ? ! 'ui ?? : twt-n y y-. a : -:i- ? er-j «d .? : ..he rate oi pe ? anntai, on which were p;actd an average of 540.000 units annual y. New lartsaoso !.i d iiD'l einp'nied . iie eq iv!i''it)r, ol thefl.OoUUUO ltiMii u an;.* reiichin^ our sh -:??-. l ? the twenty y«ar-, and ome 000 others born in America or im migrating earlier. Ins-enl t' 'he larm fcbao bing ns li-eer-d'ore, one fourth mo e people -h:-n ue i n port, it wi 1 hereaf-riv p.mr a on Htiin: stceatn of em l-yuesi'. Heeke s int the iifbau diat 'ets 'tie h the surplus la -or it. it* I'm n upon the fa-'n sha I be (? need in a standing r.tmy. Thai the ;int/cipated progressive, diapla emeiit . f labor by triuchinery in uot imaginary, i.t a .?parent fm n I'tnuinerab e fac1'*, arnoog «.hieh m.ty be n med thai, the n-tt ig of tobacco H&d other p'antsie effected oy machine s ; that tho «-ed i.otato is cut by -n« machine and planted bv another, whue the priduct ii dug by u ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Murder of Mike Devine. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

The Murder of Mike Devine. In the May Day issue of 'Line I'EOl'LE (Saturday. .May o) will be given the first instalment, of ' I'he Story of the Bull Pen : A tragic page of Working-clas? History;' The following, from the New York f'eopin, may be taken as an introduction to the narrative : In a revolution, the liist blood shed is always the rallying point for a clarion call, to arms. The Socialist Revolution, for the pre sent at least, is being forwarded at the ballot-box : and if there is one thing that should be used as a clarion call during the coining campaign it is '* the murder' of Mike Devine.' Members of the proletariat -have before this fallen beneath the murderous missiles of the capitalist class, but this is the first time in history of the Socialist Party that a man wearing an Arm and Hammer button has been de liberately hounded to the grave. A number of months ago a section of the Socialist Labor Party was organised at Burke, Idaho. Among the chartered members was Mike De...

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 — 28 April 1900

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WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

WHAT AL1 S-1 IS. THK etntca of SocmIIp .« :ire M.mtlcn! wi-.h th jthica of.Christiauity.— Encyclopedia Brittiviico. The abolition of thnt Individual action on vniol modern societies depend, tho aubntitut ou oi requlutod co ojwimtivo notion.— impe- t.»l dictionary. A theory of imdu'.y timt advocates a more pre cue. orderly inrmonioua arrnigomoiit of th»- pMCia-. relation al' mankind than that whli'b h.i§ hitherto prevailed. — Webster. a -uieuce of recoii-i.riii*.tihir aociery ou an en tire y new basis by tfnhuitaitinif the principle of a^ociatlon for that of uotupelition i». branch o' numan industry.— w oroeswrM Dictionary. .Yuv theory or sytien of Iik'uI organisation which 'V«v.ild abolissi }iitin»'y or iu o.vrt, !u- individual effort and coiui-etuio.'i ou M'nich modurn * citJty ro-»ts, utni ?»un.nitu''0 f0pe''atinn; would introdu'-tf a morn perfect an i '* ? liitri btithm of the products «-f ta*)or. »md wrild in-ko and ati'J iNiuithi, an tbu it»»»tr .ingots oi produc tion, the join...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF A WHARF WORKER. A CORONER'S QUEER ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

DEATH OF a WHARF WORKER. A CORONER'S QUEER ATTITUDE. The first member of the newly formed Newcastle Wharf Laborers' Union has been sacrificed on the altar of the Profit-God. On Friday of last week, James Cullen, a lad of 21 years, who had been working on the Newcastle Co.'s ' Namoi,' ascended from the hold of the vessel to the deck. Directly he stepped from the hold ladder, his foot rested on a long iron pin, placed along side the combings of the hatch, and there being no rope-guard of any kind round the hatch, Cullen was precipi tated down the hold on to the iron cargo stored below. At the inquest, Mr. \V. A Reid ap peared on behalf of the relatives, Mr. T. D. O'Sullivan for the Company, and Mr. W. H. Stevens, Wharf Laborer's secretary, for the unionists. The Coroner informed Mr. Stevens that he could watch the case, but must not ask questions. The evidence went to show that while there were rope-guards round the three other hatches of the Namoi. there never had been guards where t...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 28 April 1900

Hen Andree went in his ballon To try and find the polo, H? must have peeished all too sojn Before he reached his goal. If be hud only known the way Cold ' egioce to endure. j He might havr been alive to-day I On Woods' Great Peppermint Cuie.f TOM H. INGALL, (EWCASTXE'S RELIABLE HOUSE ?or Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats. Caps. Macintoshes. Little Boys' ( lothing a Speciality. 27 and 29 HUNTER STREET, NEWCASTLE. Trade Unions^* SUOULD^SENI^TIIEIR ^JOB PRINTING ORDERS 1)1 RECT TO THE ' FF1CE OF 'Till FBOPXtB.' — — — - — - ? ? ? GOOD THINGS. -«? FOR THE PEOPLE ! KENSINGTON BAKING POWDER. Rosebud Butter. AND JPeopl«i9s ?k for Them ot' all Grocers PULBROOK'S Criterion Hotel Hunter and Bolton Sts., Newcastle. | ~017¥ ¥ 1 'MT 1^1? ©ONFEeTlONERY | .KJjJL JLim.ll IjJj works ? I Naar Honeysuekle Station, | Hunter Street West, Newcastle. jj Imperial studios l£i: I Are doing their IMPERIAL PHOTOS f 16 for 1/e ? They nre simp y Splendid. ? 16 for I/» Kf Hutc you seenthem ? If not. go at once and ha...

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The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

The Dignity of Labor. A CORRESPONDENT writes ' A friend of mine lias just died | from overwork in the employ of the Colonial Sugar Company, being but one of the victims of that great robbing monopoly. Charles Torswick was a fireman at the Company's works, and was doing the work of two men. He was employed in one of the three-men shifts, each man hav ing seven fires to lock after — and four fires are too many for one man to attend to. But the Company doesn't worry over matters of that kind, ''here are plenty of starving men ready to take the places of those who j ' kick.' If the workers don't like the idea of slavery of that kind with a 10 to 1 chance of being gradually killed off, they can go outside the gate and starve. Torswick had been in the Company's employ 10 years, and was about 30 years of age. For the past twelve months, he suffered with strained muscles of the heart, which complaint proved fatal.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

| GREAT BRITAIN HI TEL.' Corner of SIOTT AND MARKET STREETS Newcattle DANIEL McAULIFFE (Late manager Stioktoi Colliery) Proprietor. BEST of Ales. ^Viaej and Spirit# . only keit Firut'clasa A 'com noditi -n for Visitors ?«id Travellers C'airgea Moderate. — B .(tie Pepirtment — Be»t B-iu-b at— Mo lerate Prices. FOR -Tie 'TIES COrj.AR-J, SHIRTS Also, a.i up-to-date i£AT, GILBERI^HORLER, The City Hatter and Mercer, '.37 HUNTER -TREE T. DUBHAM HOTELr MAIPLA.ND ROAD, ISLINGTON. None but the B.-st Bran Is of Liquora eerred. Goo t V.C3oramodatioa fjr B 'ar.ierj. HUGH COBB, Pr.priitir. ORIENTAL 'HOTEL, i'oung-street, CARKI3TGT J Cornwall's Ales. Nom- but the 13eat Braade of .Liquor serve 1. GE0. ARMSTRONG. Proprietor.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
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INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

INTRODUCTORY. FOR tho past eight months in every 'portion of America the term Hull Pen has become -a household word. .Just what is meant by that term, the people at large have but a vague concep tion. The capitalist newspapers have made explanations that did not explain : the ' labor ' papers and the 'labor lenders liuvo nililnrl to tlie confusion ; the annual banquet of the American Federa tion of Labor has been eaten, and we are as much in the dark as ever. Because the recital of the story of the Hull Pen and all that leads up to it, with the lessons that it teaches,' would, if learned by the working-class, cause them to throw false leaders overboard, stop their scab labor sheets, abandon their capitalist papers, kick their capi talist politicians down and out,, and march with the militants of the S.L.P. for tho conquest of the public powers. k follows. -therefore, that it is left for'the Socialist Labor Party to tell the tale of the. Bull Pen in Idaho. CHAPTER I. Before* 92, Idah...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORY OF "The Bull Pen." A TRAGIC PAGE of WORKING-CLASS HISTORY The Death of Mike Devine [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

THE STORY OP ' The Bull Pen.' A TRAGIC PAGE of WORKING-CLASS HISTORY As told by Thomas A. HtCKEY, Socialist Labor Party Organiser, in the New York People. The Death ofMike Oevine Crispus Attucks, Murdered by British ? soldiers, Boston, lVLtas., 1779 ; John j Brown, Hanged by Slaveholders, j 1859 ; Mike Devine, Murdered by ! the Ruling Class in the Bull Pen of j Wardner, Idaho, 1899. ' TELL THE 110YS NOT TO SI OS THE PERMITS.' Revolutions have their Baptists. 'Make straight the way, they cry. Crispus Attucks was our first one. 'Come on, boys, let's do or die.' Then John Brown cried ' Death to Slavery !' now we hear the words, ' Don'c sign.' And w» answer back class-conscious, 'You're our Baptist, Mike Devine.' Shall we build him a monument, com rades, shall we carve on granite his name ? Th:» man of our class who died as he lived, a martyr, a hero, whose fame Will resound when we've passed from this life, and our class slaves no more in the plutocrat's mine, When. free men will lay w...

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