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Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Committee and General Meetings. Tin-: following meeting* will lie held at 274 l'ilt Htreety Sydney, during the forthcoming week : — Saturday, 7 p.m.— S.F.A. Executive (Adminis trative Council). ; Monday, 7..'!0 p.m.— Club' Kxcciitive.'' Monday, S.:!0 p.m. — Joint Kseeutives; Monday, !l. |.*i p.m.— Group Kxecntive. ?' Wednesday, S \-.tu. — Group, special general meeting. ? ? ,

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Argentine. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

International Notes. v Argentine. Amoxc; the Socialists who have been arrested are Dr. Mario Bravo, the Secretary of the Socialist Party, and all the editorial staff of the Vnntimirdhi.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

ELECTION EUND. Previously acknowledged - - L'li 1 i

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEATH OF FERRER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

THE DEATH Of FERRER. Tick tyrant gloated in liis fear, And Truth fell crushed and Freedom hi^IilmI, And millions felt n starting tear When Ferrer died ! One living voice tor Truth was stilled, let lie, m death, speaks loud and clear, 'Oppression's rule is- long, hut know, It s end is near.' He died not as the martyrs died, Who toiled and .suffered all alone, For over all the world to-day Are .spirits kindred with his own. And not in vain his blood was shed ; From every drop a patriot springs To praise him for the. light he spread, And free their soil from kings. A hopeful signal from the laud When- king and priestly tyrant rules, This martyr's dying with the erv, 'Long live the modem schools .'' — B. Larson-, in the A/i/h'iiI to Haww.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert of Tongue and Heart Andrew Fisher: His Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Concert of Tongue and Heart Andrew Fisher : His Proclamation. ' WitKitKAs it lias pleased Almighty (Sod to call to his mercy our late Sovereign Lord King I'M ward the Seventh, (if.blessed and glorious memory, by whose /decease the Imperial Cnnni of the I ;nited .Kingdom uf (Sreal Mritain and Ireland, and all other of Ins .Majesty's dominions, is .sulf/i/ (mil riij/ilh/ come to the high' and mighty Prince (Seorge Frederick Ernest 'Albert. ' i\Ve', 'therefore, William Humble, Earl of- Dudley ,i(.}overnor- (ieneral and 'Coiiiiuander-in-Chief 1 of the Commonwealth of : 'Australasia;' ''Andrew Fisher, Prime Minister and -hfcs Majesty's Treasurer of 'the '-said-Commonwealth, and Egertiyi Lee Hate.helor, .Minister ofjState 1'oy-i External A/taiw o|.sajdsc6uiuion\Yealth, do 'l?e'rt!by ,-Xinith^ miCt^ttW}i'9i^i'lli&i0 ?gffp&srt --f Innt/nr mill licnrt, publish and proclaim that the high and mighty Prince (Seorge Freder ick Ernest.Alhert is.uow,, by the death of our late Sover...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Xiimenm.- C(itii|il:iints rciu-li this o/licc re (lie non-delivery through the post of Tiik Iktehnw ?tio.v.w. Hik-i.im.st. The Kxecutive request.-; that subscribers will immediately notify the manage ment if the paper fails to reach thenrby Saturday noun. The paper is posted at the 'G.P.O. on Thursday of each week, and should 'jertainlv be delivered on each Friday. . .Suhse.iibers are also ad vised to lodge complaint.-' re nun-delivery with local pir-i mustciv. Knr Hie convenience of those who attend regularly at the Club rooms .a'' rom plaiui ' b-iok will lie kept open.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. The Cock and the Chick. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Socialist Fables. The Cock and the Chick. On-t. upon a time a young Chicken was industriously scratching about the yard in hopes of rinding some food. Long and patiently he toiled, un conscious that a fat old Cock Avas watching him from the shade of a near-by tree. At last the Chick unearthed three large angle worms ; but he was pounced upon by the Cock, who de manded two of the worms as his share. The chick was amazed at the claim, asking the reason .of. it. ' , '1 own the barnyard,' replied the Cock; ' ' . ' Have you any better right to the barnyard than my father, , who was here before you ?' 'inquired the Chick. 'Yes,' was the reply, 'I ran him from the barnyard two years ago.' 'What other right have you to two-thirds of Avhat I produce ?' per sisted the Chick. 'T am older and wiser and stronger than you,' replied the Cock. 'If I allowed you to keep what you produce it would destroy your incentive to work and break up the hen-roost.' So saying, the old Cock devoured the three Av...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. Do.mai.v- Miller (chair), McDonald, Wil.-on, Hoi lam). I'AitK-sTHiXT— Harris (chair), Mrs.. Harris, Wilson. .M.Mtrix 1'i.ai1]-: — I lufc.hki.--s (chair), McDonald, Cass.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

SpcialistfPeralipn of Australia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. Tiik socialization of the means of production, dis tribution, and exchange. 2. Statement of Principles. The present forn^of Society rest* on private own ership of the land and the machinery (tools.) of production. Tin. ..u-iinrs of most of the land and tlic machin ery of production constitute what is economically known as the capitalist class. Hence the use of the term, 'The capitalist form of society.' This form of ownership divides society in all countries into two distinct and opposing classes— the capitalist class and the working class. The working class produces all the wealth that sustains society, while it is held in complete econo mic and industrial subjection to the capitalist class, which lives on the wealth produced by the working class. To enable the working class to wage the cla.. war, it must lie fully conscious of the wrongs in flicted upon the workers by the capitalist class; and it must organise i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dignity of Labor: Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

The Dignity of Labor : Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. As explosion of ' hlackdainp' has lnvn respon sible for tlic death nf ISo men in the Pains mine, Alahanin, U.S.A. A clerk who was 100 yards away from the mouth of the mine was killed in stantly. Kdward McDonald, groom, was kicked l-v a horse he was tending at Darling Ifabor cattle sid ing, and sustained a severe lacerated wound on the right leg al-ove the knee. Frank Qtiinn, wharf laborer, wasstruek by a case of galvanised iron, receiving a compound fracture of tlie left Iff:. AVilliain Eddy, 24 years in Hie Wcstralian rail way service, hanged himself last week to escape from this conditions imposed by State Capitalism Thomas Creed, milk carter, had his leg fractured and sustained a wound over the eye, by l-ein' thrown from the cart he was driving. ' ' t-Jeorjie Ford, a young miner, was crushed to death by a tall ot stone in .South Greta colliery on Thursday morning. A miner named Harding, was injured bv a fall of rock in the...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gaiety Theatre Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Gaiety Theatre Meeting. UK' Mixy Uay resolutions were adopted by a large meeting in the (Jaiety Theatre the same evening. Mr. It. fct. Ross, secretary of the So cialist pj'.vty, was in the chair. .Mr. K. .j. Price, representing the Socialist Federation, said (hat no party could represent both capitalists and vvorkers, and yet when they read the sickening stuff of Labor politi cians it was found thai these politi cians were trying to represent John Brown, the millionaire coal-mine owner, and Peter Bowling. (Laugh ter.) iUr. Fleming considered that the non-appearance of Labor members on the Yarra bank was 'the first act of treachery' of members of Parlia ment towards the. workers. (Ap plause.) Bowling 'and Co. would never get out of jail if there was not an agitation outside the Federal La bor party. It was the antimilitar ist resolution in the 5 lay Day plat form that kept Labor members away.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
May Day in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

May Day in Melbourne. Tiik Art/iix of May 2 reports: — A woman with a blood-red leaflet pinned to her navy blue jacket sat on the steps of the Kight hours monument in Spring-street yesterday afternoon. This brilliant red looked' 'well against the dark navy blue, and being a woman sue Knew u. nesiue Her were other women wearing red geraniums, and at their feet were furled red Hags and while flags in scribed with red letters. Men with red rib bons in their coats stood round the monu ment, and boys distributed red sheets of labor songs. There was a touch of red everywhere. It was the symbol of the May Day celebra tion; or, as a speaker subsequently put it, ' the symbol of the red blood that Hows through our veins.'' The flags were unfurled, a man mounted the steps — Mr. K. Lewis, of the May Day committee — and faced sonic hundreds of people, eager socialists in the centre, curious .onlookers on the Harks. '' We will sing a hymn,' said Mr. Lewis, and tin- May Day celebration was begun. ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAY DAY AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

MAY DAY AT BROKEN HILL May Day was celebrated 'by the members of the Socialist Sunday School at (.lie Trades Hall in the presence of a good attendance of members and friends. A program suitable to the occasion was gone through. Songs, duets, recitations, etc.. were given hv the scholars, and an instrumental duet was con tributed by Miss May and' Master Willie ?lones. song by Miss Sylvia Forrest, and re citation by Miss Hose Giles. An orchestra rendered several pleasing items. louring the afternoon Mr. E. II. Gray de livered an eloquent, address on May Day. At the conclusion of the program the fol lowing resolution, moved by Miss Agnes Gift'ncy, and seconded by Miss Hose Giles, was carried unanimously: — 'That this meeting of the Broken Hill Socialist Sunday School sends fraternal greetings to the young people and their parents of the working class the world over, and pledges itself to the overthrow of capitalism.' -_-.? The motion was carried with three cheers for social revolution....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialists and Free Love [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

Socialists and Free Love Dukinis the rucunt i-luction nmipaign in Great Britain, the following aclvt. was printed in various papers and is sued in leaflet form all over the coun try, viz. : — Exemii& ok thk-Rki) 1'Yao. THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC PARTY and the ABOLITION OF MARRIAGE. -Speaking in Kentish Town on Nov. 1:2, 1'.)07, ? MR. H. QUELCH, . . £ditor of Jmticn, the organ of the Social Democratic Parly, .said : ' I am in favor of Free l^ovc. What love are we in favor of if we are not in favor of Free Love ? I do want to abolish Marriage. ? We want no Marriage Bond ; we want no bonds at all. We do want Free 'Love.' What do Englishwomen think of This ? Justice, of April 2 says, in reference to the foregoing : — These statements have been con tradicted scores of times. ]t is not true that the utterances therein quoted were ever made. They consist of what purport to be extracts from a speech ; but are a garbled travesty of ?what was said. On the occasion referred to, the calumnio...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

SYDNEY JOTTINGS. On Thursday, at the speakers' class, comrade McDonald delivered an interesting paper on the Sermon on the mount and So cialism. There .was a good attendance. On Sunday thy domain propaganda meet ing was .largely attended. The speakers neru iwcuonaiii, \\ nsoii, Harris, and Hol land. Some interesting questions were asked and answered. We should like our audiences to devote more attention to ques tioning our speakers. On Sunday evening a successful meeting was held in Park-street, when the speakers were Cass. Hoto.hkiss, McDonald, and Wil son . Ask your newsagent if he sells Tin-: Jx tkk.vatio.v.m. Socialist, and see Iliat ho puts the placard out.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

; Answers to Correspondents. L.CUUA '(Broken- Plill), and' G.A. (Queensland). — Thanks. .I.MuI). (Q.)— .Receiving attention. T.& (Newtown), \\.\Y; (Pyrmont), W. A. S, (Sydney), P.M.' [West WallsendJ. — Replies next week. ' T.B. [Manly].' — No, it doesn't mean that at all.: The decisionwas reached :; because the majority was not satisfied ': that anything! else was financially possible.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"From the Far-away North." British Socialists demand Release of Strike Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

' From the Far-away North.' British Socialists demand Release of Strike Prisoners. Tiik following letter has boon received by the General Secretary, S.F.A. : — ' Barrow in-Furnoss Branch, S.D.P., 213 Marsh Street, Barrow Lane, April (i, 1010. — Deur Comrade, — 1 have been instructed to inform you that a resolution was passed at. our branch meeting last night, protesting strongly against the unjust imprisonment of our comrade Peter Bowling and 18 others, and calling upon the Government to com mand their immediate release. Will you please convoy our sinecrest 'sympathy to our persecuted comrades, and tell them that we are watching from this far-away north, and are proud of them. More power to_ them. With all good wishes, 1 am fraternally yours, Jos. Ciihinsidk, lion, sec.'

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

VICTORIA. Rev. l-\ Sinclairo lectured at thu Socialist rooms on 'Ibsen.' Next Wednesday, Canon Stephen is to lecture on 'Socialism.' 'Martin Hannah, M.L.A., lias promised to 'debate Protection with a Socialist Party representative '' when time permits.' The SnritiHitt is printing Mrs. Kalz's lec ture on 'Socialist Politics.' Kvery Social- ist sliould road it. ' ?.- The f-iit'!-tli*l says that whilst the police very busily and officiously took the names uf banner-bearers on May Day, they , weren't' observed taking the names of hundreds who ij legally trespassed on the railway' preserve in order to annoy ' Chummy ' Fleming. .'A't'.the Gaiety Theatre, on' May 1, a num ber 'of- comrades of the Anarchist movement presented -I. \V. Fleming with a, . silver ink stand, -as a token of 'their, appreciation. Tlio'presiiiitatioii was made by the veteran, Montague Miller. ' ??'?.? S.F-.'A. Executive ?( Administrative Coun cil) members are requested'to note announce ment '^.Saturday's meeting. ' ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

PRESS FUND. ? ; ' ' : /;; -? '?''£ n d Previously acknowledged - ??'-' 2(i:l(i 1 1'er Miss A. G. Kurr (Book :.'!.))— J W.X. 2s, A.G.K. _'s. Total . ., 0 4 0 lVr.U. .Torgensen (Book :'.:»)— A. Anse- '''' line Is, A.M. Is. Total ? - '0 2 0 Pur 0. .lorgensen (Hook :iO)— K. Welwl ? Is, K. 'AVulzel Is, Kleiner Is, Loss. Is, . ; Liversidge Is, ICort Is, Martin Is, Duncan If, 1{. Wenssol Is, Martinet Is, H. Diedericks Ik, M.D. Is, Germi Is. Total 0 13 0 Per . J. 'Wilson (Hook :!2)— Shewed 2s, ?Wagner, Is.' Total ' .' 0 ,:?! 0 27 IS 1 Advanced as Loan:-. Already acknowledged - .. ? - £(- 0 0

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPRISONMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910

IMPRISONMENT f UND. ? ? ..'?£?. a d Previously acknowledged - . , - M 8 (i Mrs, McNamara - - -010 McDonald - - . -010 Hotehkiss - - . -010 Hum's - - . ? :(. Pi0 1 0

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