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Pot and Kettle. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Pot and Kettle. .V'OI i.i.iu'I-iini:' riin-i-|)iiinli-nt v.riti'f- : — Tin1 -lui-l lielwri'H j'lilin Xiii-Ipii nf 7ii'//;;iiii| Ilivlor l.:illli-l|i| (ll till' 1 1 MH-l-Itllfr 1 Il'oj/.V, ha- Minn- illillMII!; puilllx .lulni jirriM1.- lli'Miii' of lu-in^ a |):ir:i.'-ile mi the Iifilmr mmrmciil : I livlor i-liiiiiii'-' .lulm wilii poli lii-;)l lihicUlcuL.'i^iii :im) lihicicmnil., ^hiil fi-cely, fliint: -Mi liiilh -ii|-- liliinl- itic n-:tl JPSIII.-.'-. I.Ike Dcal.iii Mini I 'mil:, lln-lui' :iiid .Inlin rejilly li.-ni' nilK'li in iiiiiiiiinii. Fur iii-l;iiiee. !.;iiii.iik'| ::iinl N'firlnii iiiivi- luilii :t|i|n-iin-i| ;i.- ii-|iir:int- fur I'.-irliiiiiiciil in i-|i|i'--'.lioii In m-|i-c||.i| L:ilnn- i-iimli- ?liili-s-. :iii-l loM m-mI- t-i tin- iiiirtytlii'ivliy. Truth'* -ii'lvi-rli-i-iiicnl eiiiiv.-i'.M-r ami ri^hi-l.an.'l iiimii. \r rii.-iinl Jfiniiif, i- ;il-u aihi'iii-iiii; c\j,c;-| I'm- ilie lI'iic/.-j'/^Aniiiiiiil i- Mii-l in l)t nnc nf D,. |iriiu-i|ijil oilliMjIpr.i (ii ivvi-i...
Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Press Fund. £ s il ? Previously acknowledged - - 21 I- I Hu'shman - - -02 0 G. I'ohl - ... 0 .-, 0 .Sherliz - - - 0 2 0 Per A. llotchkiss (Hook IS)— J. Fliiui (Auckland) Is., A. 1 1. is. ^ 0 :i 0 lVr O. Jorjxenseu (Hook .'.:!)— A. Ansu line Is,' II. 1). Is, U. AVenwl ls,,lLul- ' then 2s. Washnick Is, Duncan Is. . Total ' - - -'-070 Friend . - - - 0 0 IJ £2o II 7 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - - £-i 0 0 Tiik Intkiixatioxai. Socialist wants every penny for current 'exes.' Send your own sub. alonjr. and see that your matesulwrilii-.- as well.
The Socialist Movement in Japan. For the May Day Number of THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
The Socialist Movement in Japan. V»r the May Day Number of Tin-: Jxtehxatiox.u. Socialist. IIV I-H. .TOKI.IIKO KATO. Tiik history of Japanese Socialist Movement is a history of severe persecutions. The present situation is much the same as that of (lennany under Bismarck or Russia under Alexander the Second. Japanese Socialists started their political movement for the first time in 1 1)01 . The (loverument, however, soon prohibited So cialist organisation. Hereafter many meetings were continually dissolved by vio lence. Some twenty Socialist leaders have been thrown in the prisons under several pretexts during last two years. Nearly all our publications were, of course, prohibited. Many books and pamphlets were confiscated, and our periodicals were suppressed. Even the publication of '.the translation of Marx and Kngel's ' Communist Manifesto ' was met with a heavy line. The monthly, Slmkiii Shiinlitri), edited by Comrade S. Katayama, who was our delegate at the Amsterdam Congress i...
The Centre of the Conflict. Hewing to the Line. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
The Centre of the Conflict. Hewing to the Line. »v I!, s. Jtnss. 'J.\ every historical epoch the prevailing mode of 'economic production and exchange, anil the social organisation necessarily following from it, form the basis upon which is built up, and from which alone can be explained the political and intellec tual history of that, epoch.' — Mah.v. Wo do not take possession of our ideas, hut arc possessed liy them — Plu-y master us. and force, us into the. arena, Where, like frladiators, we must light for them. — IIkixk. ' Ix tho midst of life wo are in death.' True in other than the orthodox sense, for to most life is but Living Death. Millions of years of growth, thousands of years of civilisation, centuries of Christianity — and wo know not yet how to live ! Tragic and awful indictment !?' With all our learning — with nil our in vention, discovery, progress — with all our Might and Majesty, we know not how to live. Iron}', sublime ! A skeleton in every cupboard, neither peace ...
"Fight On!" Some Thoughts on the 1910 Election Results. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
'Fight On!' Some Thoughts on the 1910 Election Results. 1IY II. 10. II. ?Say not the .simple naught availed), The labor and the wounds an- vain : The. enemy faints not nor faileth, And as things have been they remain. 'For, while the tired waves', vuinly breukinj:, Seem here no painful niehe to j?aiii, Fur buck, through creeks an-l inlets: makiiifj, Conies silent, Hooding in, the main. Aim not ny eastern windows only, When daylight eomes, comes in the light ; In front the sun climbs slow, how slowly, But westward look, the land is bright! — OijDi'iiii. ? That the middle-class mind predom inates in Australasia — both indus trially and politically — is the lesson the result of the 1910 Elections teaches. The great majority of the workers here are not prepared to ac cept the revolutionary working-class objective and tactics which mark the fighting of the workers' movements in other countries. 13 y more than 20 to 1 in West S3'duey the Socialist candidature was turned down in favor of m...
GERMANY'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
GERMANY'S MESSAGE. Dkau Cn.MiiAiiK (writes Karl Kautsky from Merlin, on March l'-. to the S.F.A. (!--ncrai Secretary). — Comrade I'x-bel is very much overworked, so he asks me to answer your letter of Jan. 'I'l. which arrived on March 10. Von see, it. is quite impossible that « » 1 1 r answer could arrive in due time for your May Day number. We regret this very much, as-we would like to give our Au.lra lian brethren a token of international soli darity, the more so just- now when jingoism and national hatred between (lermany and A'nglo-Saxons.is rampant among the ruling classes of our countries, and the political independence of the' working classes (he only solid guarantee of the, peace of* the world. \ We 'are happy to see that the political independence of the working men in Aus tralia isgrowingand the ideas of Socialism are1'. ''making-;-, progress at our antipodes. There'. is. no real. political independence of a labor party. possible without their bcin.ir per meated* by ''..th...
Get Up Out of the Dirt. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Get Up Out of the Dirt, i Thkhk could be no more humiliatini; speetaele than that afforded by thj tactics adopted, apparently at tin. instigation of the Parliamentary ' Labor Party, in connection with tin. movement for the release of Messrs, ? Bowling, Burns, Brennan, Lewis/ and Gray. The original petition1 was mild enough in all conscience, but that has now been withdrawn: and the following wonderful instru ment has been substituted : — (a) That tlic law lias Ih-cii vindicated by tbe j,,,. j pri.sonment nf the men ; (l-) that |icncr has I,,-,.,, i roHtored, and tin- matter.-' that caused tin- indn* I trial upheaval are now liefore the Wanes Bojo,| ( (c) that the public peace would not l-c jcopardU,! j by the realease nf those imprisoned ; (d) that :,|i i the men concerned are of «ood character ;n,.| Mtaiuiini: i' the community ; (e) that no coini,. : tions other than those for which they are now .-m. j ferine have been recorded against them ; (f) tli,,. j in the- committal of the o...
Revolutionary Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Revolutionary Unionism. 1!Y .U'S'ITS KliKKT. Ix revolutionary industrial unionism then is a power over capitalism that is greater than both the ballot and the bullet, though both these, when rightly and effectively used, are not to be despised, as the history of all great movements in this country makes plain. What is revolutionary industrial union ism? Revolutionary industrial unionism aims to organise the labor power of the .working class so that it, can overthrow the economic power of the capitalist class. The political power of the capitalist class is dependent on their control of industry; and it. is only by organising the workers in all the industries that the industrial control, and, with it., the political power of the capitalist may bu dis puted and overthrown. With the workers organised industrially, the political right.-? of labor will be advanced by the workers them selves, in unions assembled. ' The aim of revolutionary industrial union ism, and the facts on which it is...
Winning a World. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Winning a World. I1Y Kl'UKXK V. I-KI!S. Thk Socialist Movement is as wide as the world, and its mission is to win the world, tile whole world from animalism, and con secrate it to Immunity. What a tremendous task! And what a royal privilege to share in it! To win a world is worthy of a race of gods. And in winning, men develop god-liko attributes, sinee all men are potential gods.. What a mad-house the world would seem to-day in the frenzied revelry of Capitalism hut for the light the Socialist philosophy spreads upon it ! What Alpine peaks of wealth and what desert wastes of poverty, despair and death! What man, unless his heart be adamant, can contemplate this awful scene and he content? What man, unless his brain be atrophied and his vision blinded, can fail to perceive the impending crisis? In the presence of this vast and terrible phenomenon, how satisfying to he enlisted in the Socialist Movement, to understand its doubt-dispelling social philosophy and is to interpret passing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
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S.F.A. News & Notes. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
I S.F.A. News & Notes. Victoria. On Saturday, April 1(5, tin; Victorian Social ist Party tendered II. Scott liennett a Fare well dinner at Camusso'sCafe. Toastshon orcd were ' The Social Revolution,' ' The S.F.A.,' 'Our (.5 nest,' 'The Socialist Party,' etc. 'To the memory.. of Ferrer,' was drunk in silence. The ' Red Flay ' was. sung, and the various speakers were II. S. Ross, Tom Mutt ram, E. J. Price, (i. Brown, Frank Hyett, Jack Curtin, Claude Menzies/Kirby, A. K. Wallace, Alt'. Wilson, ; Mrs. Wallace,' and 'the guest of the evening, | Scott Bennett. Vocal 'and' instrumental | items helped to fill in a pleasant evening. 1 The Socialist reports that the function was a lihrilliant success. m- Joseph McCabo's Melhourne lectures will Iwconiniencc on May '21.
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
The Passing Show. i:oNJ-rrri-:i- itv o'JVs. '' -. TriKV-bliw iitnl lilru tlieir |M|-or )«i-!. They blew witli :ill their might. Till suddenly (lifir bu-: blew up : ; Awl Viiuislii'il nut of sijrlit. Awl then the wimly tiling wius jrnm Nor -?- in lil a trace be .--tcii, : Fnr wit a Hiijrli' slm-il wns left 1 Of wliut biul never been. How like unto the Fusion Parly. ' Victor Hugo to tho 'Clericals'3 :— ? There is. not a poet,,, a writer, a philoso-, pher, a thicker that ,you accept.. .All that ha.- been written. 'discovered, dream't. de duced, illuminated, imagined, invented by genius — Ihe.measures of civilisation, (he secu lar heritage of the generations, I he common patrimony, of huiuaiiMnlelligeiices — you re ject this! v . , ', \ And you claim the liberty to teach.' ' 1 fold, let us: be sincere.1 let r us understand what is the liberty that you claini: it is the liberty )iol to teach.. ,, Ah, you wish us, io.give you the people to instruct!' Very 'well.' Let us' see 'your i -n— p...
Unfurl the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Unfurl the Flag. (For tin1 May Day Number of Tiik Intkiinationai. Socialist.) By E. J. BRADY. Likt high our crimson banner, and 'let, its folds utifiirlr-l. Proclaim tlif Meign of -Justice and Truth throughout tin; world! Let tyrants quake before il and traitors pale with Fear. The Night of Wrong is ending, the Dawn of Right is here. Red symbol of salvation unto thu Nation!;, ? Will II ? , ? .;/;;? i ?«,'./ ' ?, By weariness, of wailing through aching years. forlorn; , . , /,??/- ?Red star of Labors, longing, ''that 'through' the darkness gle'a'ms. ' ' '' ? ' ' Tn promise of fulfilment of all 'our martyr's dreams-! ?' ?? * .?:/;] m ? - Uplift our' noble banner that itV red folds may he ' ' ! :' ? ? ! '?- i '?'-'./- A glad fraternal token lo' them- who, would his free , ? , . ? ' ' ,. ,.„ '.?$?? ti-\ That while the World., moves-, omvard, in human grief or niir.th. . )' The blood of human kinship runs red around the earth! ??'??' ? , ' ?' Lift high our gentle banner, and let it far. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. Under tin* control of .Joint KxtTiitivc-. Interna tional Socialist.-. Offices : 61 Goulburn-strect, Sydney. lleiulqimrter.-- : 27I Pitt Street, Sydney. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. All Business Conininiiiesitions to lie addressed to tlit1 Manager. AH Literary Cimiinmiieiition!; to lie uddresa'd to the. 1'Mitor. ?Subscription : Is per year ; Ih pur ipiurti'r. We are driven back, for our next fray A newer strength to borrow, And Where the Vanguard camps to-day The Rear shall rest to-morrow. -GERALD MASSEY.
Joseph Cooked the Fusion Party. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
?Joseph Cooked the Fusion Party. Wuighcdiiithebidanceandfomid Waiitiug threatens that lie' won't get' ill out oft he wet by appointing him self a judge, lie, threatens' Jo meet., the country. The Country will pro-, bablv's'av: ' Fanev''meetii'n-'' you!', lVitUic question is: Where will Wade, be after he's juet the country? This' 'paper thinks he'll W- politically, pounded into linerslulT than Wade's CnrnFlour. . , . The Daily ^Trlct/rajili reports Ihaf ''the cyclone which visiled Fiji and New Caledonia recently also played, havoc in the Loyalty Croup. ;' Like wise the cyclone which struck Aus tralia on April lo also played havoc, with t lie'' 7VVw/rf //-/»'« Loyalty group. ' . T,beJ /daily', press needn't worry. Tiik Inthk.nat'ioxai, ^ociakistis in a positioiTio say- that, the Labor Pajly' will jiol 'interfere' ^wil'h' the present! Fedo'rjjlj Capital Site. ? The 'material inUirO.Wpf the Campbell family, eon-' nectio'iis (if the Duke of ?.?Vrgyle,' de Yn'and that the,- Canberra'' 'si...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
Answers to Correspondents. T.M.C., I'ymiimt.— No -mi' fully underslandiii): tin-, basic principle.-- of the I. W. W. movement could po--ibly Mippnrt ;i Labor I'iirly candidate ujriiiiiM tin- Socialist movement. To do that lie would l-e ?ri vinjr tin: lie pnlitiesilly to his beliefs, industrially. The I.W. W. Club does not i ? ceni il.-clf about I lit* deeds nf it-- member.- politically : but thiit fact flnf1.-. lint t'l»1iiil'M tin* imliviiiil'it ini.titiiitr itl' riio'twili -ihility f-ir U\- art ion..-, neither can it e\eii-e or ac count for the. frrn-s inennsif-tency di-plajcd. S.T., Sjilney. — Vim fall eanly into the emir which char.tcterise- your Labor Tarty. Ymi a— mimic that the Cla-.- State N the re.-nll'of the oper ation^ of the political machinery. It'.- ically tin* other way about. The machinery i.- the re-nlt of CapitaliM Sy.»toin. Politic1.- with 'the Soeiali-t.- i- u method, not an object. F.J.K., Adelaide. — Will forward back number.-; a- early a.- po-.-ible. KNchan^e ...
The First of May The International Labor Day. The Antiquity of May Day. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
lie First ilay , th§ Ititeriiattofial Labor Day. !\y II. W. LKB. ? - ; the Aiiiiqnrty of May Day. Jjf ttife.JIMclIfe Ages the First of May wus iii\lye^atly k^l as $v (lay of holi day .ana pleasure. But May Day ?\vas itlsfi celebrated at a much earlier fteribd. It is. in fact, difficult to ssiv how great' is the antiquity of the May Day, Festival. The revival of vegetation \Vhich iiiarks nature at May time, so far at any rate as Eu rope gunibrally is concerned, has been the occasion for various ceremonies from even primitive times. The ''Floralia' of the Romans, which in its turn is believed to be derived ffcirrt 'India, was no doubt the fore riitJTier of the May Day festivities ,-yhic1i hi this country were popular for centuries. The 'Floralia,' or floral giunes, were held in honor of Flora, the goddess of Spring, and lasted four or five days. Among the (,)U1 Celtic nations of Europe, too, the ;Beltein festivals were akin to the Maypole dances. Gigantic fires were kindled on the hil...
From His Prison Cell Herve Exposes his Bourgeois Enemies [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910
From His Prison Cell Herve Exposes his Bourgeois Enemies (insTAVicHiouvi;, the brilliant French Social ist and anti-militarist who was on February 2/5 sentenced to fourvears' imprisonment on charges of ' hinting to murder and glory f.ving crime,' tells the story of his case in the issue of his organ, hi Guerre Soeiale, of that same date. From this it appears that Liaheuf, the man whose killing of a police man .Herve defended because of the peculiar circumstances surrounding it, was not an 'Apache,' as the capitalist -press lyingly claimed. The Apaches of Paris are sup posed to be a well -organised and murderous l«ii id of criminals. Lieubeuf was not sin organised Apache, nor even an isolated thug, but ii sober and industrious working man who had I)oon hounded to desperation by the police spies of Minister Lupine. Herve says:1' ' 'Together with my friend James Bomnv, whose courage and whose scorching eloquence have been of so much value to me in my struggles with the Court of Assizes...