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FAREWELL. (To a comrade driven to seek work in other lands.) [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

FAREWELL. [To a comrade driven to seek work in other lands.) Goodbye, old pal— I will not say farewell — To do so would imply wo part for ever. My friendship hates to sound such mournful knell And bonds id ties with ruthless hands to sever. No glorious send-off by a fickle, fawn ing crowd — To sterling worth such things are seldom given ; Too poor for parasites your praise to bray aloud — Only an Agitator from his home is driven, From kith, and kin, and friends, an exile, The fates to fight 'neath other skies. May Fortune greet thee with her brigheat smile Give health with hope that never dies. Cheer up, old man, tho' Labor's sun has set, And hearts are filled with gloom and bleak despair, Like fabled Phcenix, she'll from her ashes yet Evolve a light to clear the darkened air, Though Neptune's realms may lay between, O'er watery wastes our thoughts will fly And friendship flash across unseen — Good-bye, old pal, goodbye, goodbye. Alton.

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 — 19 May 1900

THE ECONOMICS 09 THE EIGHT-HOURS DAY ONE PEVNY. Posted. Hd. Per dozen, 9d. Posted, 10 THE PEOPLE OFFICE IMPORTANT. — o ? AGENTS and Subscribers, etc., ar requested to make their monthly or quarterly remittances to Thb People promptly. There is no banking account behind this paper, and when we are called upon to wait fcr our money for an indefinite period, it be comes a serious matter, affecting to a very great extent the production of the paper A little tboughtfulness on the part oi t le customers would make the task of producing The People a much ighter one that at present. H. E. HOLLAND Managing-Editor, THE BAILEY CHARGES. By J. W. BAILEY & B. DOBB. Price, Oxe Shilling. rn LI 18 Book can now be obtained from JL the following Agents — Noble and Milton, Newcastle A, Manefield, PlattBburg John Lee, Junction A. Jones, Laiubton T. Batho, Islington W. Bailey, Merewsther Jdams and Nieholl, Adumstown Geo Hogg, Minmi Geo Wilsc n, Carrington J. Kelly, Wickham J. Donald, Hamilton E, ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MUNICIPAL, REFORM. SOCIALISTS SCORE! UP-TO-DATE MUNICIPALISM A.S.L. Headquarters, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

SYDNEY MCJNieiPflL REFORM. I SOCIALISTS SCORE! UP-TO-DATE MUNICIPALISM AS.L. Headquarters, Tuesday Night. Just left the Protestant Hal), where the respectable municipal reformers are 'agitating' for municipal 'Reform.' They got it. There wa» a bright galaxy of ' reformers ' on the platform, including every advertising quack who wants to get into Parlia ment, the ordoriferous Norton, and —ye gods !— scab Andy Kelly. Dr. Creed in the chair, talked plague, yellow fever, and other things, and called on Henry Clarke, M.P. to move the first motion. This was something to the effect that Parliament should do something, but we didn't catch what. Henry Clarke, M.P. looks a monogenarian, and his way to settle the plague and municipal criminal mismanagement was to govern by Commission. P. E. Quinn, M.P. seconded. On the whole he made a decent speech, but wandered from the subject. The best thing he did was to pledge himself to Manhood Suffrage in mu nicipal election', but wasn't game to knock o...

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 — 19 May 1900

a.COlOREL) mARK Alongside ut this signifies t.iutYOUh 3UB-CRIPTION IS OVERDUE, un.; should be forwarded to the deCfetev, j Hoiulquarters— 2 .1 CASTLEREiiJ ?: ? STREET SVDNEV. A COu OiiJSU MARK. Through t.his par. ind cates t.h ; - your su .script on is again duo, hm-. shiula forwarded to 'thu otlic. 93 Hanter-streot vVest, NewoaH-..:

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Small Coal Question and the Coal Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

The Small Goal Qenstion , and the Goal Trade. For the four months ending April, the coal shipped at Dyke, Carrington, was 2,171,000 tons : last year the re turns Bhow 2,598,000 tons for the 12 months, an increase for the four m-nths of this year of 1,305,000 tons. We are informed that there are from 200 to 300 vessels to arrive to load coal. In the face of these facts we are repeatedly told that the trade will not stand a rise, and, we ask, if not now, when ? The above facts are proof that the demand is increasing, and, seeing the uneasy feeling among the miners on the subject, many wonder that the coal-owners make no attempt to calm that feeling ; if they cannot see their way clear to lift the selling price, there is another thing they can do, and that is to settle the small coal question. Mr. Sparke, at the Wallsend Police L'ourt, said that negotiations were' still pending, and likely to continue for a long iiine on this question. If that is true, it is evident the proprietors are...

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 — 19 May 1900

, HK PREMIER HAIRDRESSINU AND SHAVING SALOON, 73 Huuter-street, New. astli', next Borough Markets — A clean towel to each cutoraer Ladies' Ornamentsl Hairwork executed on the premises. We do not profess to curu Come, Warts, or Bunions, but a dieeaee of the Scalp carefully and sue* fullj treated by ub. _ We do not en truetour Customers to the tender iroreles of underpaid assistants, Kvcrv civiliti uiid attuntiun, Fourchuin;' No waiting Give us a Trial. V*' ILL STEVEN Manager.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRINTERS ATTEMPT AT ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

SYDNEY PRINTERS ATTEMPT VI* ORGANI^A- I TION | Thbhr has been an upvraid ten (.encv in the cost of iving in Syd ney 'ecent'y ; as a re§alt. there has been an upward tendency in wages. It has been secured by thoB' trades that have something approaching tfficient organisation 'Ihe ydney printers cannot ,0.1'rn t' belon' to this class, *nd, L-'DHequontl they cannot report increa-e of wages, or better condi tion* pf wo k in anyway. But ihey are iit.ti-mpting it ; with how much Miecess, remains to be seen a t tlte Inft half-yearly meeting of iiio Typographical '? **ociation, which inc ude.« compositors and linotype oppraf-r!=, motions -ega d intr f organisation lapsed for want of a q«0' nm, At tbat meeting C. M. Bar ow was e ecti-d to represent, rhe » iron on the .'ydney Labor Connci . -L his carries a seat on .In. Hoard of Mannfement of the uHon, paid Board ho'ding mrnt.hly meetings. ' »t - the-e meetings ('omrnde Barlow has generally culled attention to the want of icoi'}jiiiiis:it.io!...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALIST LEAFLET SEEI[?]E. BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

ton 1AT.XST LBAPLBT SKKlKt. BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEc? m, I ? n ? I Daring the eighteenth and nineteenth centime-- ;i i'itter controversy has raged between two parties in opinion ani itif.*. calling themselves Protectionists and Freetraders, the j'nnni'r of whom hold that it is well to shut out i.ho competition nf fi'iML'n capitalists in the market of a countr' bv a tariff on imports wtii'e i the latter hold that no impediment should be allowed to the entirely free course of trade. ^ ^ What have yon ti say has to the merit's of the co::lrove!sv ' Merely that the difference between the two policies, so far as it iiilect.-; the people at large, reduces itself to the question whether they pre fer to be fleeced by home or foieign capitalists. Freetrade is the cry of the capitalists who feel themselves able to crush those of rival nations it allowed the opportunity lo com pete with them, Protection is the cry of the capitalists who feel themselves weaker than those of other nations, ...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Sweated Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

More Sweated Workers. THERE is no body of workers than the carters and the van men employed by the transport com panies of Sydney. On Sunday at our May Day demonstration in the Sydney Domain, there was a petition going the round asking for the extension of the Early Closing Act- to their conditions. The People advises these men to organise and keep the agitation going, and wishes them all suc cess.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tasmanian Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

Tasmanian Notes. There is a ill tie advance made sometimes which passes almost unobserved. Six months ago I was asked to go 011 the committee of the local branch of the A.M. A., and found the most conservative man in the position of secretary it has been my lot to come across. A man who, if one of the head bosses of the M.L.Co. re cognised him. would dance a hornpipe round his hat, but if the boss looked cross would back out like a cravlish does when a shadow crosses us path : who would as soon think of taking a passage to Plades as writing any thing to Mr. Stick (the general manager of the M.L. Co.) that he might he instructed to. However, lie is put into oblivion now,. anil George Burns, a class conscious worker, is in his place, and the result will 'probably be that labor will be organised politically :- 11 along the West ami Xortli West part of Tasmania, it being agreed that Jim NVhitela'w, the General Secretary of the Xeehan Branch of the A.M. A'., shall circularise all the lab...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECONOMIC POSITION OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

ES0N0MI© POSITION OF WOMAN. (UP T. I-' liK.VPOX,) Women, un tt.m p ovi-lud for i-.- the parents, remain t.o dt-y laigeiv dependent ou marriage fo- a care r and tnuiiit-'iimico, fur tha vi\, paid to t-boni in inont uno gaui.'eu t «;dea a-'e elc -.liffifinnt tti ki- - soui mnl body togetne , and nevi adequate to p'ovnio for sdckneanu old a e Aia riagj still remain - the easiest pinh to e.'on itnic in.Ii - pendente, «or '.it is ' say* Bellamy , ' a undertaking uy the an-... to maintain the woman an-! futile fatniL in con iderition of her s-- - ; end -r tt herself to his ex;lu;-iw dinposil- -that is to say, »l4 coiiur tion of obtaiuiug a linn oil his pro pe ty, --he becomes a part of it. ' This ie«ut bond entered iuto jy the man is aidden andsr'the religious Service. Thi'uu»h the abs dute depend ence of woman on man in tbe pait, she haa been untirciy unable to provide fiir ht-raeif, and she is en tirely isepondent on her .«ui;ce88 in the n-a .iago market not only for maintenance, but al...

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 — 19 May 1900

For B onsbiai 1 ougua. take Wo ids' Groat Peup9rmint Cure. 7b Od * ii E PEOPLE AND THE COLLECTIVIST. Published every Saturday Morning at d6 hlWTEK STUBKT WEST, NEWCASTLE sud 251 CASTLERBAGH-ST., xYDNKY. SU3SOIUPTIOX. New South Wales. One Teir (tu advauce) .. 4b. One Quarter .. .. Is. SingT* Copy .. Id i Other Colonies— Is 8d per qnarter, 6h per year. Euglaud, America, ana otlier cjuntricft, fs pet year ADVERTI.-.KMKNIB. alngie Insertiou — First *nch,2a Qd ; each s*ibs« quent inch, IsOd. Special arrangements for staudlug couttocti SYDNEY HEADERS, NOTE. All Sydney correspondence, literary nnd lfiisi neea, umat be addressed to tbc:sccr*taryt A.a.L ?? May Held,' Caatlereagh^treet, Sydney, Sydmj aubsoriptioaa, ete.» must also be paid in to the Sydney office. Correspondence— business aud literary— lotba. tluvn Sydney) t-j be addressed to the Managing lid ft or ? ... nllQ UU. . onllllg Contractor. UandbUii- Distributed, Signs uitiied up All work at Keii''-nabl8 Kates. 43 tiuutef'fecreet, N...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stupid Ignorance. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

Stupid Ignorance. . The Bulletin poses as a leader of Democracy, yet publishes the following: ' H. M. Hyndman, who was in Ladysmith during the seige, ex perimenting with a hew gun in., the interests of an English firm j I oi manuracturers. Had a narrow escape of being an able man ; but he is a faddist and doesn't stick to things. After a creditable journalistic connection with fall Mali Gazette , under Greenwood, he visited Australia in 1869-70. When in Melbourne he contri buted to the Argus a remarkable smart and slating criticism of I Marcus Clark's earliest novels, I ' Long Odds,' (first published as a serial). The only chapter he spoke weti of was the one writ ten by Mr. G. A. Wolstab, during Clarke's illness. Hyndman is re membered in Fiji as the man who offended missionary Loi imer Fison by objecting, at that good and genial parson's table, to grace before meat, with the remark, ' I never pray on an empty sto mach.' On his return to the old country he tried to create a scare a...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Awful "Clarion." [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

The Awful 'Clarion.' THE Clarion has touched the lowest depths of comic- journalism in its issue of April 7th. It has been going in for ' extra special for Socialists' articles lately. The one in this issue is called 'The Settlement in South Africa : A reply to J. A. Hobson, M.A.,' by a party whose name is Hubert Bland. This is the sort of stuff labelled off as of interest to Socialists and as a reply to J. A. Hobson : 'Mr. Hobson, in last week's Clarion, proposes the impos.-.ible. So impossible is he that I think he must have written his article before he saw the telegram an nouncing the decision of the Aus tralasian Premiers to petition the British Government for the sup pression of the South African Republics. It is the most sianU ficant event that has happened since we began to discuss the conditions oi: a final settlement. Let us see what, it means. These ! Australian Premiers are the elected leaders of young and virile democracies- — democracies several of whom have already ta...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Self-Confessed Liar. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

H Self'Confessed Liar. Socialist papers all over the world, but more especially those printed in the English language, have consis tently denounced the war against thr South African republics as one of plunder in the interests of a gang of fnfprnAtional capitalists. In England, I Chamberlain has been exposed as a scoundrel of the blackest dye, and H. M. Hyndman has even demanded his impeachment for treason to the Eng lish people. The answer of thu yelping capitalist jingo crowd to every charge, every fresh exposun, h is been a reiteration of the flimsy assertion that the war was being waged to secure votes for ' the Outlanders, and that it was, there fore, a war for freedom. Cruelly now has .T osoph Chamber lain upset uli the previous arguments of the' apologists for his capitalist bidden war pol:cy. He declares, ac cording to this week's war cables, that when the Republics are crushed the public affairs '.here will be adminis tered ' like a Crown C«lony or our native Indian depende...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Socialist Priest on the War. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

H Socialist Priest on the War. ? Father Wjmjam Ha r; i; y oncesaid : 'Let no man fi-ar Un. name of -Socialist.' The move ment of the working class for justice by any other name would be. as terribl'.' lie h;-is bvi.n saying other straight things, as note the following- from an American exchange: 'Cardinal A aughan, tne head of the Roman Catholic .Church in - Entr'aiui. moved by- the' higher morality' o!: extending the kingdom of Christ by means of th^irmis of capiralistic greed, recently or dered his clergy, in a pastoral letter, to pray for the success of the Iji'itish a mis. in the '.var with the Boers. To this Father Barry, of Ireland, replies throaeii ilif London Times : 'It I do not know — as i for one certainly do not — which of these parties are in ihe right. I am scarcely in a position to call on the Supreme Judge as if I did know, and implore Him to uive I'h-.gland the victory. I can pray for peace and I do so : I can ask that, all suffering be spared which is not requisite...

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 HISTOKY As told by Thomas A. Hickey, Socialist Labor Party Organiser, in the New York People. CHAPTER V. The Bull Pen. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

THE STORY OF 'The Bull Pen.' A TRAGIC PAGE of WORKING-CLASS HISTORY As told by Thomas A. Hickey, Socialist Labor Party Organiser, in the New York People. ' CHAPTER V. I The Ball Pen. [ We guide our footsteps in the ( present by the light of experience we have made in the past. The band of capitalist criminals in Idaho had made plenty of ex perience. With Hammond' whipped m V2, despite his Go vernors, Courts, and military power ; with their pals convicted in New York for blowing up a rival refinery — these gentlemen took care that no mistake was made this time. So they worked their plans exceedingly well, and were repaid as follows : 1st. They had a played-out Concentrator blown up, and col lected enough insurance to get a new one. 2nd. They sent poor, timid capital flying. ?'rd. They smashed all the workers' opposition, both non union and union. -!th. They disfranchised hun dreds of miners, and made itpos sible to swing Shoshone County in the clean-cut capitalistpoliti cal camp agai...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 19 May 1900

CENTRAL BRANCH. A special meting of members of this b anch was held on Taes day wck, The who'e of the exe cutive members being potent in addition to other memhe s. J 0 Moronnv in thechai . The following business vfiui' t atisacted. The minutes of orevious mooting were read and confi -med. Three proposed members were nominated. Accounts to the amount of £'i 13s Id. were pas-ed to- Pivment. The werkly financial repo t wai read and adapted, it ? howed a balance in baud £ £2 16s Od. T1 ? chairman pxplained to ♦bo mem b rs the reison for ca'luig them together and what was 'equired to be done ; it was decided to leave it iff the lnn-ls of t'le organising eo^m'ttee to arrange matters'. J he meet ng then adjo1 rned.

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The History of a Socialist Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 26 May 1900

The History of a Socialist Paper. (By « Otl-.s.' The Socialist press of Australia — represented by The People — has reached the present stage of its existence by no hurried pro cess. Ir is the result of many years of hard work and slow progress, and many painful ex periences. Therefore, in writing the historv of thu .Socialist. lii't'CK it becomes necessary to touch upon circumstances i-intecedent to the birth of the first Australian Socialist paper. Towards the latter end of !',l or the beginning of '!);-. ;i com mittee was formed among the intermittently - employed mem bers of the Sydney Typographical Society to co-cporati vely start a Labor paper. Nothing came of the efforts of the committee, how ever ; and the matter is only of interest here because the coin-, niitieo numbered among its members H. E. .Holland and C. M. Harlow. # .. : # ' # . . Mater, during J S',i2, 'The Liberal Priming and Publishing' Co.' came into existence, and gave to an 'unsympathetic public it little .ll!...

Publication Title: People And The Collectivist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The People and the Collectivist — 26 May 1900

THE TRUTH* Men in earnest have 110 time to waste In patching fig-leaves foi thtt nuked truth - Lowkli,. When* the class-conscious section: of tin; workers decided to break once and for all with the old me thods of stagnant '? reform.' and! to build tip ;t lighting orgtmisa tion on clearly defined and un compromising lines, they em phatically declared their earnest ness ami their recognition of the fact t.hiit 'inen in earnest, have no lime to waste in patching fig leaves i'nr i he naked truth.' ; \Yorking on the swlid founda -iion of S'leialist I'lconomics and unceasingly proclaiming their crusade against '.he patching pro cess, those conscious workers have seen the results of their toil. Slowly, 'tis true, yet withal surely and strongly, the frame work of a healthy, solid Socialist movement has been builded on the foundation so well and truly laid — the Trame-work of an or ganisation to be used for both offensive and defensive purposes. And as ihe work' of adding to the structure h...

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