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A VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

A VISION. (By INGERSOLL.) _. I see a world ' where thrones have, crumbled and where kings are dust. The aristocracy of idleness has perished from the earth. ????..' I see a world without a slave. Man at last, is free. Kature's forces have by science .been enslaved. Lightning and light, wind arid wave, frost and flame, and all' the secret, subtle powers of earth and air are the tireless tollers for, the human race. - 'I .see a world at peace, adorned with every form of art, with music's myriad voices thrilled, while lips are rich with words of love and truth; a world in which no exile sighs, no prisoner mourns: a world on which the ^ibbeC* shadow- d je3 riot fall; S. world where labor reaps., its full reward, where work and worth go hand in hand, where the poor girl trying to win bread with the needle— the needle that has been called 'the asp for the breast of the poor'— is not driven to the desperate choice of crime or death, of suicide or shame. - . ~ '\ I see a world without the b...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRICE WE PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

_r^ ---- ^^ ^^^''^?-??^ r8^^i\^'f^ 1^^^, T^~'?^ ^',fistWate of casualty ?«f\^teri^ve^tn^^-fri)m up to tbe^end of December.. 1917, bas^ on 'B^fe^*'%^-#i(pi^?^H wounded, killed, missing andprieouers. :?. ^:c^.;' '??? '?'-. ?' ' ;-.A-''4vi:-;iS5l^ffl ?', : - .?-. ?-- *.-':--.%';.. .,';?-???- gftiwngs* ' ^-'^i^sZwSg NaUons. -^lirouriaed. ' Killed. and Missing;. T^tata^ :; 1^^ Britain ? 1.486,746 614,836 t 21062^ .2A«*^*i i^f^H France ? ....'. ? 2,«iJ,d65 1,066,860 '« 6J0.W6 ' T?4;8S4#S.O f&MM Russia .;.;...;.;...;..,;... 4,1X9,328 lt6893» :%MiM*J^'r&$*&Wti1!m^ Italy ? «.;..?„;..:... JjmjfH 4E7.286 . 'M^ ^ :*MW&?rm&M ?Belgium ........... ; ,,.*-..*.'-? 1B,«9S 47.M2 , iityp: Wg® ¥i^M ?iSerbia and Montenegro ...» 14,260 ' 76J&60- 31S.t«9 / ^IC*w«*l$^» ?Bpumania .:;,.;... ? 120,443 Sl.'WB ' 2iS,^ iYMifct&ft^iS^a .-.?? v.&A. ,....-..;,.-,....:..* --t -.??'?'.? :-r*- ??.?? ;^-m&&^&-£§M & japan -,^....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS PLAIN AS A PIKESTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

AS PLAIN AS A PIKESTAFF. 'High wages help the merchant every time. Trade Unions tend to raise wages and therefore make the mechanic and laborer .p. better customer,' said the editor* of 'The Bricklayer, Mason, and Plasterer.' This being thus, then it logically follows that the retail merchant becomes a bet ter customer of the wholesaler, the whole saler becomes a better, cuetomer of the manufacturer, and each and all become better customers of the banks, the .rail ways, the Insurance companies, the law yers, the doctors, the priests, the peda gogues, the politicians, the police, the pen-pushers and pifflers of the press, and the entire staff of prostitutes that officiate as gatekeepers, pullers-in and dopsters for that institutional bagnio known as ruling class civilisation. Such being the case it is as plain as a pikestaff that everybody should be heartily in favor of high wages. It is also plain that when it comes down to sound and reliable information pertain ing to the proper ra...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MAKE WAR A CRIME." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

'MAKE WAR A CRIME.' By E. C. HAYES,' in the 'American . Journal of Sociology.' The best contribution that can be made towards solving the problems of the pre sent war situation is clear thirtktng. Of Wl the world's needs in the present Junc ture, clear thinking is the greatest need. Of all the true and sane and dear thoughts that the world needs, the, one that it most needs to clearly think and to spread from mind to' mind, till it becomes part of the common-sense— the sense held in common — is the thought that war is wrong, unjustifiable, intolerable, an abomination to be by all means suppressed and .eradicated. War is on precisely the same ethical and intellectual level ais perfidy and vio lence in private life. The only ethical and intellectual difference is that war is '^he sum of nil 'villainies.' It is worse; for in. it villainy Is raised to the ntbpow^. ,4* j ^teange.afl it may seem, tjwre ar« ml)L Uons,who do aotgbink, -4»t war is, in.tjts owjn nature, wrong. - TPhsrelare. s...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CRACK OF THE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

THE CRACK OF THE EARTHQUAKE. Danger ahead? Of course there ts.1 Danger is always ahead jvhen wrong Jsj at hand, and explosions always takfi-s place, from time to time, when 'suffering becomes^ntolerable. - ? . '. J ? :' Crack goes the earthquake, .and the Hebrew slaves stride out of Egypt gs Pharaoh sinks in the Red Sea. / :. \. Crack it goes again, and the agrarians ' of Rome seize their short swords. ' ~ -:' Crack again, and the serfs of Germany, and Hungary carry terror before them - through the peasant wars. - '; ,i '?'?.?-'?: c Crack once more,' -and _:the fires bf jdfiLa^ French .Revolution «ive :^ead ^to'.-i6bn*f? archs.:.- ? ' ' -,, .,-..-'?? r:^'^^^^^ ' Crack goeB' the earthquake^V^gej^ fc-j%^ there, now _and \then, Bgain'^aiii'egai^Kc the wide world over. Heeate$s'Jar^ySiB%N4 after-the terror pf each wi^^H^^^^ are stirred agata *y '^e aiar^ ;plgai«t next— John Swinton. ???:? '??^^?4^^:KS-Kr ^oap-Lord Xeverhulme, bl ! 'ttfe ^fear^-^Bif '^ '? ^Cotherland, sees the handwritih...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

[?] * Cta^ of it*fe Sydney £alUea\rtsperts -M* *watcJMttfttchers are teusy.'. .But.iiowJ can they be busy when. they are taking jthelr time? , . \ ~ .,:'? ?? ?? ..'.- - ♦?'.#.? . ? ? ? j'iThe average .Tory likes reason. to prer '.vallrrao long; as it is his own reason for not allowing others to use theirs, , ??'?.? ? ?; . ? '' ? '. * :' 'Truth Is a-t the bottom of the well,' f bes an old proverb. Probably that is why so many people want to leave well alone. ? - 'Commonsense,' an English publication, . in a recent issue states: 'One absolutely ;.: unimportant side shoWj in German East Africa (w-ltli its population of about 8000 , German malesp, Is said to have cost over three hundred million sterling.' .Let's*see, '?;.'. Thi* works out at about £37,600 per mate. Ifche price of Huns appears, like the price * Of everything else, to have gone up.v f'X'i?' ???.'?*' -? ? ? 'fi-4 'Force is distasteful to the community, ?':and is against all our traditions of nearly (?J three centuries.' No...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHOCK OF PEACE. FULLY AS GREAT AS THE SHOCK OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

THE SHOCK OF PEACE. FULLY AS GREAT AS THE SHOCK OFJ -. WAR :.*? Already we have shifted so far fromi normal that a return to peace would up «et the equilibruim of the country. \'1jSuil shift may only have begun. If we have not only to defeat Germany but to resusci tate Russia to make the defeat of Gsr-i' many Worth anything, then we -may onljfl'. have begun to change from a -peace to Qi war footing, and, consequently/shall have a much larger task to shift back to peace.' f 'We know that if the nation does not ; provide against it the shock of peace witt . be fully as great as the shock of war. . We shall have no valid excuses for not' being able to meet it ~ .-,? ' , When the readjustment has been madi* the, unwisdom of permitting social dis^r - content and dissent to -grow into . revolu'-.' tldinary form, by permitting into)ferable( conditions of life to prevail, ought, to 3jo|s mftnifest. ? It ought to be apparent Jhatl '? a wise state, demanding service of Itaf citizens, is not i...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANADIAN UNIONS' RAPID GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

CANADIAN UNIONS' RAPID GROWTH. The seventh annual report on Labor or ganisation 4n Canada, containing statis tics, etc., fpr the calendar year 1917, has been issued by the Department of Labor. The figures 'show 'that trade union mem bership in the Dominion has reached the highest point reoordefl since the depart ment commenced, the. publication of these annual reports in 1911, the total numerical strength at'tlie clbseof the year 1917 being 204,630. In' all there- are- 1674 local branch unions in Canada, 1702 .comprising 164,896 members, being affiliated with inter national organisations, 244 with 32,343 members are connected with' noninter national bodies, and 28 having 7891 mem bers are independent units. There was an increase of ? 76 international local branches during the year, and a member ship gain of 36,773; the non-international bodies had an increase of 65 branches and 9459 members, and the independent units had an addition of one, but the reported membership shows a loss o...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION CONDITIONS AFTER THE WAR. BRITISH LABOR PARTY'S DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

''i .»' ::'--'. .?'' '??'?'..''' ' ''.' UNION CONDITIONS AFTER THE WAR; BRITISH LABOR PARTY'S* DEMAND. ??_?»?? . .? \ - The following resolution was carried at the last conference of the British Labor iRatty . regarding the r«storation ot trade union conditions after' the war: — (1) That this conference reminds the Government that it ie pledged unreservedly and unconditionally, and the nation with It, in the moqj solemn manrter, to the re storation after the war of all the .rules, conditions, and customs that prevailed in the workshops before the War; and to the abrogation, w.Uen peace .comes, of all the changes introduced not only in - the na tional factories and the 5000' controlled establishments, but also in the large num ber of others to which provisions of' the Munitions Act have been applied. (2) That the conference places on record its confident expectation and .desire that, if any employers «hould be so unscrupulous as to hesitate to^fulfil this pledge, the Government will ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL THERE BE A GERMAN REVOLUTION ? SOME DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

wfrnmrnr 11 SOME DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY. ' T There was the usual tendency to magnify on the one hand and to, minimise on the other the scope and significance of the recent working-class outbreak in Ger many and Austria. . Certain newspapers aeld'a sceptical attitude, giving the impres sion that merely isolated groupB of work ers were involved, and that no serious meaning should be attached to the news of trouble. Other papers heralded the news as the beginning of a real revolution in Germany which should result in the down fall Of the HohenzoIIerns and the Haps burga. Undue pessimism dictated one opinion, undue optimism the other. But while the strikes of German and Austrian workfngmen prov#3 not to be the revolution the world has been expecting and hoping for, it is ridiculous to say that they, were not serious manifestations. ThatHhey show a state of sentiment that may yet lead to the final crash of revoluV tionit is not possible to deny. Evidently the German and Austrian workers...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLY HUGHES AT THE FRONT. THE RECEPTION HE RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

BILLY HUGHES AT THE FRONT. THE .RECEPTION HE RECEIVED. A voice from the' trenches -described the Appearance of Mr. Hushes among the boyE:— ' 'AS for the cables, you'll be aware that we rhaye had/William Mftrris Hughes on our side of the globe. Makes a hit in the Jingo English t-ress (Northcliffe'-fi 'Times* and 'Daily Mail* etc.). tyelL he visited our 'mob,' , who are not with us 'in the firing line, the other day, and ' also an Aussie division that is having a few days' rest jiot more than, teff miles from the stoueh area. : From what I hear, the troops, were ready and lined up waiting for him at 10 a.m., and at 1 pjn. he had not turned up. The boys were 'tola to get dinner. Now to wait in a line tor three hours is no joke, and to top matters up Hushes came 'when thje Wads' all had their meal . ready to 'skoff,' and they had' to fair In again - and leave - the j 'tucker.' ' Result, Hughes talked and told them that they had still more harVi battles to fight, which, of course, ^cheer...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE THROES OF COLLAPSE. THE OUTLOOK FOR CIVILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

[?] || 4,, '.- .- . - THE OUTLOOK FOR CIVILISATION. v Syrian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Grecian f l^Romari civilisation, each in its turn,' | j ^^TO^^um and^llapse. Each iteli t ; t^?tb -6me Insidious poison that lurked J ^ lt|:jyeins ,and that eventually brought I . senile decay,- corruption and inherent I eainaea that egfeJnated in a complete «, N«C. moral fllWund intellectual sol f Jk^'-4°4; a dissolution, accompanied by . rid violence and a reckless repudiation 'destruction of all the previously. a^ j ^^red- ethical and cultural accomplish ants of the human race. Roman civilisa -» outdid all of its predecessors, as to '?fit the territorial scope -of itB activities 'Aihe bloody, brutalities that marked the 4_ PCits loathsome and rotten career., * tr .Some centuries after itB collapse, so %&**? bloody and rsweepingly destrudtve *ia_4ts demise, the history -5I the human |e Is ? practically a blank. So complete' ».tb« chaos resulting from the cataclys ifc ending 'of its foul reg...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPLETE EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN. DEMAND BY BRITISH LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

?complete emancipation of ? ^: WDMEli [EM AND BY BRITISH LABOR PARTY, ?'Holding flat the changes in the position ?f WOmen during the war,, in which they fc.y«Crendered such good service, and the wjpjprtance pf securing to women as to Ken^he. -fullest possible opportunities for ?idividnar development, make it neces »ry to pay special attention in the re ?onstruction programme to matters affect Hi& rjromen, the Brtish Labor Party, at its ?isjb Conference, affirmed as follows:— ? ^u— With Regard to Industry on De ?ibbilisaUon. , ' ? U) -That work or maintenance at fair ?a.t&* should be provided for all women ?isjrtaced from their employment to make |/*ay Jor men returning from services with |fiie forces- or other national .work. ? -2) ^hatLfuH inquiry* £hould be made Hito' trades and processfof. previously held Bo ^unhealthy or in any way unsuitable Hj^;i|ironten;' but now being' carried on. l-y HJto/_^jlth ~a-yi«5W-to niakiiiE: recoiranenda ?lfes;# to the: condifibns J...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SIX-HOUR DAY. DEMANDS OF BRITISH WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

!*=-;-,,£. ''-'--''I- ? -— K' ''.'y-^-*1^ r- - ''^-- \ j -.' ' '?^i' - '. ''-'-'. ? DEMANDS OF BRITISH WORKERS. The annual convention of the Miners' FederatiOTi of Great Britain, during July, was attended by. 179 delegates. - This* is an ^organisation with 600,000 members.' It is atfUiatedyboth with the annual Trades Union Congress and with tSe Labor Party Conference in JLondon. It paid '£2400 -in affiliation fees an& sent about 170 dele gates. The Federation has increased by about 40,000 ' members since its last con vention at Glarabw twelve months ago, and Robert Smillie, the president of the Federation and of this annual conven tion, fully expects to add another 10a,0(K) members .to the Federation before this year is finished. . MINERS WANT CONTROL. : Over a hundred resolutions were, down for discussion during the convention's week. The first one considered demanded the nationalisation Of the coal mines, with joint control and administration by the workmen and1 the State....

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARBITRATION BUNGLE. LABOR MEMBER BLAKELEY MOVES ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

TtJE ARBITRATION BUNGLE. gg^-u-'.'-v-' ?;:-:-' -; - .-? -.-r?-- ? -v- .. ?*?-??.?;.**.?---??????.-..-? --- ? . LABOR MEMBER BLAKELEY MOVES ADJOURNMENT |5^ t* OltTHE HOUSfc. ^^^^jtiBiakelejr,' -Barling) : The decision ? .i^g^E;'f^tti by the High Court tri re : ^*i|$3&^ feomjnonwealth JCourt of Con .jij9j|ttSos and. .Arbitration is momentous ^^vjj^rga&ing-.iin its effect updh the :j1^^^^^e^j^J7i^Mtral.ia--'4aiid-v'it the ' jp**|pn|^ittan is allowed *o continue, no th^bnt'^iauBtrial chaos canj-rfesutt. -=I '$$$£$£9 '*&*-& W^day' because of the seriousness ofr/the position. Some twelve jBOStb^ ago I had-opeaslon to, draw the ait^fttion 6J hoiaor/ible nwmbera/te^L cajna paii^whui. was then «.trt#}gly in 'progress '^^^ ridjip^.&je Arbitration %Court ano\ jfeiculaily, .' jijr. Justice Higgles. We are T^i^wre that on the Government side are jRaay 'Jjoaorable member* who,, if not pietteed to the abolition o£ the Arbitta-' t»a «6urt, are; at any rate, s...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LABOR BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

A LABOR BOOK. By JOHN O' ROCKIE. 'The Labor Movement is an interna tional movement. It is a phenomenon common to all civilised countries. The Labor Movement is an economic move ment essentially. It . is a protest against the present form of society — Capitalism. It is a protest against a system of pro duction, for profit instead of for use. The Labor Movement is above all a revolt against a social status — a status virtually, of slavery, the status of a wage-earner.1 For, it is a marked .characteristic of the' present capitalistic system of society that* ithe .mass of the nation in every civilised country are in the position (owing to legislation enacted during the passage of centuries and receiving the .moral sup port of a social sanction) ? that they are possessed of no means of production. i 'The means of .production — land, capi-i tal, and tools— are the .monopoly of a small section of the community. Thisi section of the nation includes landlords,! who extract toll from the comm...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

AFim lilK since, despite the fact that 40,000,000 workers have been withdrawn from the avenues of productive labor throughout the world to carry on the business of war, the world has managed to function, 4t means that at the present time those forty million workers are economically super fluous'^ The very thought of what will happen when peace is ' signed and this huge ^population is thrown back on to; the industrial battleground seems, at first sight, alarming. ? - ? ?' . ' It would be alarming in the fullest! sense of the Word were it not for the fact that THE ONE BIG UNION' OFFERS A READY SOLUTION OF THIS MOST IN TRICATE PROBLEM. Labor, the world over, has agreed that the pfe-jvar barbarous practice of play ing off one section of the workers against another on the industrial field must never again be permitted. The sacrifices of the workers will have been^made in vain if, after the war, the capitalists are allowed to again create huge armies, of hunger driven unemployed men and w...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT, IN WAR, THE REFORMS BEGUN IN PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

SUPPORT, IN WAR, THE REFORMS BEGUN IN PEACE. i Both during and' after the present wai* Sociologists should be in the very thick of things. As specialists in; group jpsychofogy, they are: in- a position to aid' In checking mob mind; ta serve : as a mediating agency between those wlio seek' to suppress free speech, and those who want to talk in season and out without faking -tbe* trouble t-r tliink, to serve as jclarifiere of public opinion, to neutralise igentimentalism- and lying oratory. More over, they may warn the public against factitious leadership and the legend which itends to gather about' the unscrupulous land daring adventurer, to safeguard' the public against -the expt6itatlon of those ?who would abrogate for private pro fit- all jour hard-won standards of protection for women, child' and men worker*!, to expose those who under guise of patriotism are' ja*t«mpting to dodge well recognised per JEonal and social obligations, tb lay low the TomariOcifife wlio seek to glorify...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN TRAM CONDUCTORS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

'' ? ? - .' ? ????-... /-.ist-ii ? ? ? ? ? ??'- J.'. By Pauline -GoMmark,- t-f th« ? National t?oifl»Dmers' Leagua, In the rapfdJy moving sceae et indus trial changes bo occupation so challenges attention as that of women and girls on street ears. Every month they are ap 'T«arlng in the uniforms of conductors and Kii&rdtr in different partis »f the country, Tbey haw been employed Itt New. Tork City and Wisconsin tor hYx montliB; more recently in Kansas City and' X&s Angeies^ 4i: Camdett knd1 Ellaabeft; New Jersey, TB*ir employment is now-bein^ considered ?kf Glevelaartd, ©etroit; and- NewjJric, and th«y ar« being jmt on the cars of Battl tntorethia month, - - - Seim*tW»ar Bfce- national interest at ?taeli*Si tberBfore -to tt© re vefeMons which «hOclt«dvNWw ¥-rk- Glty last, week- regard Ing conditions of work among- women- em^ ©loyed? by- the- Brooklyn Rapid' Transit Company^ These were made by. the King's county, grand jury. The. jnry accused the company ot inexcusab...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLOT TO GO ON. MR. RAE DEPRECATES ARROGANCE AND REPRISALS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 26 October 1918

BAU0TT0 60 6N . ANO RCPR1SAU8. i Mx. Arthur B&o, chieX organiser of tbe A.fc.P., said,, yesterday, tnat recent event* had* shown that, tne ballot was more necessary than ever, because tbe- more successful tb» Allied armies were tbe greater was the demand: In many, quarters for a continuance* of the- war for tbe pur pose, of revenge. andjJUe apoliatJon of the enemy. ? 'it is a natural tendency' of soccess' to; become arrogant,' Mr- Bae Tssplainedr 'It Is to be trusted that whatever the frailties attributed- to «netny peeptes 'may be, w«wffl«Yeui- to our claim^o higher iflealB by irternly refuwing to cemnflt re prisals.' ? ~-.'--'---'--y--. -*-£?--?????.??-..??_ '--,--';:

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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