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

WOKKTNGMEN' ! To omit buviii' a capitalist paper only one day a wvek fo- a year would on ab'e you r,.. uet Tick Pkop..e for a year Why not do it ? Yon would be healthier for thus fast iiii/ oim day from the gai'bage bawel iol tlie capitalist. d'nilV pre?s dishes out to you — mighty poor null for your good money— 'and 'on won d thus help the only kind of paper thnt ia he' ping you to better your industrial condition Pubsi-rilie for I hk People H AK i- V STEGOa & CO ? A CO LORED MARK.'. T}:rou-_rli tlri'i par indicates that your mi: t-.a - i j it on is again due, and B.iJiiM ! forwarded to the ofliee 9' H u ntfr- .street West, Newcastle A CO LORED MARK fetiJ1!' signifies that YOUR ol i.-lRIPTlOX IS OVERDUE, and ?fcoidcl la- furwurdod to the Secreturv,. at feteS^curunuuoB.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blasphemy. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Blasphemy. i Aptfr Ladysmith, the London Uai'y Matl (whose proprietors hold 1,040 Chartered 'hares) uttered blasphemy as follows : — ' The Almighty God, whose arm is strength, lins bhssed the efforts of Oeneral Bulle. 's army in Natal with complete victory. As victory comes in after victory, we feel and know that the Dower which rules this wor'd is not against us and empire ; that we, as a race, have been weighed in tbe balance and not found wanting, and tbat a!l the high ideals dear to us, and represented in that empirej will not give way to a lower and baser civilisation.' — 'urely the chest of tbe tharisee is well thumped.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Laborious Poor. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

The Laborious Poor. Thk more or leu favorable circum stances in which tha wageworking cUm supports and multiplies itself, in no way alter the fundamental charac ter of capitalist production. As simple reproduction constantly reproduces the capital relation itself ; i.e., the re lation of capital on the one hand, and wage workers on the other, so repro duction on a progressive scale; i.e., accuniuiauuii, repruuuuco uio uayiuti relation on a progressive scale ; more capitalists, or larger capitalists, at this pole, more wage workers at that. The reproduction of a mass cf lab t power, which must incessantly, rein corporate itself with capital for that capital's expansion ; which cannot get free from capital, and whose enslave ment to capital is only concealed by the variety of individual capitalists to whom it sells itself — this repro duction of labor power forms, in fact, an essential of the reproduction' of capital itself. Accumulation of capital is. therefore, increase of the prole...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Plundered India. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Plundered India. Wbilk we are supposed to be shedding blood for franchise to Uitlanders our subjects in India are starving. As it is not for votes they die, little is said about tbe gbastl y situation. Listen to an officer : — ' I have just gob back from a tour in the Bhil Hills, where things .are ve-y bad — people dying of starvation on all sides, and left lying dead on the paths, or thrown away int any old well or hole without even a rag to cover them !' — English Exchange. I

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 — 5 May 1900

A question often asked A.S.L. members is : Why don't the So cialists put out candidates ? The answer is, as soon as the organisa tion is strong enough, and 'those who call themselves Socialists' join and take a hand in the work, then the Austra lian Socialist League can take the field. ? — o — The absolutely dead level of intollo'.-tual mediocrity and in capacity of the political section of Now South Wales is shown in Danyell 'and I-Iollis being the only two individuals they could find to seek the votes of a purely working class electorate like Phillip. Tlie spectacle must make all. intelligent men shudder for our political future. — o — . CPiONJE'S GUXS ' Are nothing to STEARN'S ROACH KILLER. Is Bex. '

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Ruling Class. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

The Ruling Glass. i ? i Thk men of the higher dorn- ' inating clashes whose conscience is naturally not sensitive or has be come bunted, if tbey do not suffer through fear and hatred, they are bound to suffer. They know all the hatred of them existing, and inevitably existing, in the working classes. They are aware that ths working elapses know that they are aeceivea ana exploited, ana that they are beginning to organ ise themselves to sbake off oppres sion and revenge themselves on their oppressors. The higher classes seethe unions, the strikes, the May Day celebrations, and feel the calamity that is threaten ing them, and their terror passes into an instinct of self defence and hatred. They know that if for one instant they are worsted in j their struggle with their oppressed slaves, they will perish, because the slaves are exasperated and their exasperation is growing more intense with every day of oppression. f he oppressors, even if they wished to do so, could not makfl an end ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

THE DHWN. . . . At last the Australian Socialist League go forth knowing that they send their message of solidarity to their comrades the world over, with the assurance that the flag of Belf-conscious SocialDemo cracy is firmly planted in Australian soil, and that ere many years— aye, — even by the next time the Australian workers go to the ballot box, there will be in Australian politics the party to whom the future belongs, the party that alone is capable of securing to the weal th -producers that which they produce, and, therefore, the one party that .stands for honesty and purity in politics, the party to whom is given the task of inaugurating an era of justice and of brotherhood. In this hopeful spirit Australian So cialists meet on the May Day of 1899 and send fraternal greetings to all comrades in the world, — The People, May Oth, 18011. May Day is the time when the Socialist, with enthusiasm gazing onward to his goal, will also oc casionally cast his eyes backward toguage th...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Our Laws. ^VEma^e laws to guard men's riches to protect them from robbe'y, assaul t and murder, and hare armies of men hired to track the violators down. Hut we have no laws io protect them from starvation, want, and death from cold ana exposure, we arrest men for being penniless and out of work, but we do not guarantee ' them either work or food, fo long as a man works for one dollar a day, earning ten for his master, he is a moral citizen, but when he demand* what he earns he is an anarchist and is kicked from pillar to post and finally off the earth and into the sea. When he is arrested for attempting to commit suicide, he is put to work in the ' chain gang as a, fhining examp'e r f ingratitude to oar modern civilisation.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Key Note. TO THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Key Note. TO THE WORKERS. Shall you complain who feed the world ? Who.clotlie the world ? Who house the world '? Shall you complain who fire the world ? Of what the world may do ? If from this hour You'd use your power, The world muBt follow you ! The world's life hangs on your right hand : Your strong right hand ! Your skilled right hand ! You hold the whole world in your hand See to it what you do ! Or dark or light, Or wrong or right, The world is made by you I Then rise as you never rose before ! Nor hoped before ! Nor dared before ! And show as was never shown before, The power that lies in you ! Stand all as one ! See justice done ! Believe, and Dare, and Do 1 — Chaklotte Perkins Stetson. THE PEOPLE AND THE COi.LECTI VIST. The Worl'l for the World's Wor era

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 — 5 May 1900

For ohronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d. * — o — STEARN'S ROACH KILLER Kills 'em in Thousands. Is Box For B'onobial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d ?

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 — 5 May 1900

Dr. Levassenr's ... TONIC. A powerful stimulating Nerve and Brain Tonic, An invaluable remedy' for - NerwqaJUEectiQns, Lorn of tite, ttnrfale Debility; Poorness ef the Blood. Neuralgia, Impaired Digestion, Ague, Tio Douloureux. °ole A gent for Australasia — ?' jt W. E. ARNOLD, M.R.P.S., 1 CHEM'ST Opposite A J S Bank. Newsastle West! ?

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 — 5 May 1900

LEADERS IN REDUCING THE PRICES, BUT WE i-o guarantee TO TURN OUT TBE BEST AND B LONGEST WEARING SUIT THIS SIDE OF SYDNEY. Phillips, THE record TAILOR, 32 Hunter, Street. BREENWOOD - MOODS Are KAfc-T COMING to the FRONT as t BOOT -£ SHOE MAKERS , Give Their. a Tri-il, and find out who bey are, at 183 riunter-street west, Newcastle. ? ? ? ? ? ? v- ? ? THE TALLOW^ MAN. '\7~OU who wish to have my Tallow JL please tee that each block it stamped with the above Trade Mark, «o that if good you will know who to praiie. bat if bad who to blame — should the latter be the care iindly let me knowt I will be pleated to serve you through any ! of your storei, but if any of them refuse ! to iell it, send along to me, and I will . inform you where you can get it* Yonn most respsotfully, JOHN CAMPION, . Jcamondi

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Generous Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Generous Workers. I Thbri is a lot of bamor in the following statement, from a recent apieecb by Carroll D^W right, U.S. Commissioner of Labor' : ' ; ' I bold it to be a fundamental priilciplethat the man who con tributes musce and brain to a business enterprise has the same right to know why his wages are AH f.hp ntnnlr-Hnlrfof *n I I know why his dividends are I I lessened. Men who work for { 1 wages . are the most generous men in the World,. They will stand anything from iheir em I plover when he is in distress, if tbey be'ieve he is dealing fairly with them.' Sote the child-like way in which he admits that the men who do all the producing in industry, who ''contribute ransc'e and- brain,' have the ' same right ti know why their wages, are. decrecsed ' as the stockholder whose entire share of production is limited to tbe receiving of the income iroin the sale of the finished product and who is about as necessary to the productive prccess as the proverbial fifth wheel to a wagon, ...

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 — 5 May 1900

CONSUI/T JAY SS WAYNE CHEMIST, ON COTTAGE BRIDGE Newcastle West.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

MR. THOS. J. PARKER DENTAL SURGEON, (Late Newcastle Dental Company), HA ft nommegced the practiof of hi* profession OVER J- S. KOBB'S, 91 Hunter Street. Newcastle. TRU8T FUNDS to Lend cn city or suburban freehold securitie- ; £500 £850, £ 200 . TbrmBoii ar.d Windeyer Solicitors, etc., Bolton- street, ? TA . B R A T K . Solicitor, &c. Court Chambers, Bolton Street, ? Ncwcattle ? ? TRUST MONEYS to lend— on Heal or I'er«onal Security, JAMES DART, .Solicitor, &c-, Comtnisiioner for Affidavits, Bolton-street Newcastle. WA.RE11), SOLICITOR &c. Ac. Commissioner for Affidavits BOLTON STREET Newcastle. TRUdT MONEYS to Lend at current Bates. Mr. W- H. BAKER. Soli citor, etc., Commissioner for the Austra lian Colonies. Bolton-street, Newcastle, A BUST MONEY TO LKND ? ARTHUR H. JAMES. Solicitor and Commiioner for A tfi da-rite for !Aub tralosiun Colonies Bank Chambers, i7 Bolton-st. Mr. t. d. o'sullivan, Solicitor And Commissioner in Vice-Admiralty, 17 Bolton-street. New...

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 — 5 May 1900

How fondly rjsts a mother's gaze Upon ber children dear, She loves them for their pretty ways, And always likes them near, She lends tliem in their trc.ubles, too, Her cure soon mates them fewer, And for a coid knows what to do — She gets Woods' Great Peppermint Curef HARRY STi'GGA & CO, Under tlu' personal -upe'Vtsion .jt X W, GRAY, late of Jas. Welsh. GRRY, JOHNSON, & 6© family Grocers £ Produce Merchants, Borough Markets, Newcastle. All Goods of Best Quality at Lowest Kates. A J rial urder solicited, THE BAILE Y CHARGE S. By J. \V. BAILEY & B. DOBB. Prick, O.ve Shtllixg. This Bock can now be obtained from the following Agents — Noble and Milton, Newcastle A. Maucfield, PlattsSiurg John Lee, J miction A. Jones, Limbton T. Batho, Islington W. Bailey, Merewather Adama and Nicholl, Adumstown Geo Hogg, Miniy.i Geo'Wils:n. Carrington J. Kelly, 'Wickhnm J. Donald, Hamilton E, Rees, Stockton E, Pickering, Charlestown am! Thk People Office, Newcastle West, OAAf You...

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 — 5 May 1900

woLrs KLONDYKE ™ 59 HDNTER STREET WEST, IS the BEST HOUSE for New »Bd Pecond Hand BOOTS, CLOTHING, &c. at the Lowest Possible Prices. Harbor View Hotel (LATE DONNISOV'S) F fSCOTT AND NEWCOMFN STREETS, NEWCASTLE. '™_—— ~ And Waiting Rooms, Stockton. Best Brands of Beers, Wines, and Spirits. Gord accommodation. THOMAS HUNTER, Pbopeietok. W. R. Farthing SHIPPING & FAMILY BUTCHER, 9 Hunter St., Newcastle. Purveyor of all Descriptions of Meats, Live Stock, !-beep, Poultry. Vegetables, Potatoes, etc. Purveyor to Union S.S. -'o., Newcastle Steamship Co., Newcae tie and H R.S.S. Co., Chas. Warburton & Co. ? ctstm::r.tj aivl byth. Globe Hotel THOBN STREET, NEWCASTLE, N.8-W. The Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Peers on hand. Good accommodation. Charges Moderate. 'WILLIAM EDWAEDS, Proprietob, TERMINUS HOTEfZ KEMP STREET, WALLSMD. a. YOUNG, Proprietor. Good Table Kept. Every accommodation for Travellers FIRST-CLASS 8TABLISG FOR HORSES. BALL BROS.;5S:„ For Highest Qual...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT SOCIALISM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

WHAT SOdOLLISM IS., -°T , Thi e total of SoeiAllim are identical with tha I ethic* otCtaTiitiaolty.— Enojclopedla Brittanica.' ! Tbo abolition of tbat individual aotion on wnM ' modern tocieties depend, and the sabctitotion ci % regulated system of co-operative aotion.— Impe* ial Dictionary. f A theory of society that adrocatat a more pre* eiae, orderly, and harmonious arrangement of the ?oetoi relations of mankind than that which has hitherto prevailed.'— Webater. A science of recons .rooting society on an en tirely new basis by substituting the principle of association for that of oompetition in every branch of human industry. — Worcester's Diotlorary. Any tneery or syitem oz iocai otvbbwiob. whioh would abolish sntirely or in great part, he individual effort and competition on whieb modern scoiety rests, and substitute co-operation; would introduce a more perfect and equal distri bution of the products of labor* and would m\ke and and capital, as the instruments of produc tion, t...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Surplus Values. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

Surplus Values. By 'MAY DRY- ' Capitalist production is not merely the production of commodities — it is essentially the production of surplus value.' . Sdkplus Value is the product of that portion of the working day which is taken by the capitalist and not paid fok. Th9 whole capitalist sys tem of exploitation. rests upon the fact that the capitalist gets a certain por tion of the worker's labor-time for The worker under the capitalist ? system sell his laboring power to the capitalist for what it will cost to pro duce his necessaries of life ; that is to say his wages represent hisBubsiBtence. Now ' the values representing the worker's wages are produced in a certain number of hours ;if then the worker, when he had produced his wages, left off working there would be no surplus value, and, therefore, no capitalist and no capitalist ay-item ; for they both owe their existence to the fact that the worker does not leave off producing when he his produced values equivalent to his wages...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ECONOMIC POSITION OF WOMAN. THE SLAVERY OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 5 May 1900

the economic posi tion of womhn. (By T. D. Besson.) the blavkry op the past. The position of woman in Some did not represent the average morality of the word. There had, in the ancient civilizations, been a sad fall, and the most vicious depths had been t--ncfeed in Rome at tlie coming of Cliriat. Pictures however ttill exist of the honor r,d'l esteem in which woman was hold in the early ages of Greece, which Mr. Lecky s-tates ' Home and Christendom, chivalry and modern civi isation have neither ec ipsed nor transcended ' If We take the Greek view of woman in the historical period, we find it similar to that which pre vailed at- the b. ginning of the ? present century, and which in maiiv circles is still supposed to embrace the whole sphere and duty of womankind. ' A free woman,' says one of the characters in Mmatifler, '? should be bounded by the fti(-et door,' and another w ile-r 'i-i:r'minates thus : ' 'War, politic.-;, and public speaking are the spberti of man : that of woman i...

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