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In Vindication of Joseph McCabe. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

In Vindication of Joseph McCabe. ' BY P. W. MOXTKOMKHY. The author of a recently-issued book ('Evolution Exploded') with characteristic Christian charitable ness, vilifies Joseph McCabe, one of the world's most intellectual men. Mr. McCabe numbers amongst his personal friends in almost every country in the world the greatest scientists and winters of the present day, many of whom support his presentation of the history of Evolu tion either wholly or in part. But Avhat are the world's scientists as against the Commonwealth Christian Endeavorers ? I propose to marshal certain facts for the enlightenment of these same Endeavorers and Explosionists. Now, since the exploder of Evolu tion designates himself a Christian, it is probable that he would not question the authority of Genesis. Does he know that not only the English Higher Critics, such as Canon Cheyne and the Encyclo paedia Biblica, but also theological opponents of the Higher Critics, such as Archdeacon Wilson and Mr. Sayce, fu...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Canitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For if hi iirnl bit llw /tr/'iv of nil i/imr ivmllh, (limit (.toil! tw hui'ii iinid II in full. 1). Fauhan, carpenter, fell from si scaffold ing sit Tooth's new premises in Balfour street, Sydney, and wsis killed. \\ dliiiiu (Jurlm, jockey, wsis thrown from a horse at East St. Kildsi, Vic, smd killed. ( I . Bischoit', railway employee, was crushed ? between railway trucks sit Armidale, death resulting. Albert Richards, crushed by a fall of earth' in the South Mine, Broken Hill, on October VI, died on Friday of last week. ? \ John Carroll, employed on road-work' at Tamworth, was thrown from his cart and killed. ? ? ??.'?'? 1 .J.'BsiiHie, while working on the wharf sit Wellington, X.Z., became entangled'-in the ropes of an hydraulic capstan,- and' wsis killed instantly. ? . ' A. Ford, nightman, employed byGrafton Council, fell under the wheel of his csirt, and was crushed to death. . ' '.'?: ' ?'? ' J. Trcsizc, 1(5, wsis killed -w...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. Domain— II ir.st (chair), Walsh, Wilson, Rutlior . ? . ford. ? iNIAnriN' lJi..\cn— Hirst (chair), Rutliorfonl, 'Fold-. ; , luu-un. 'G'oui.iiukx-htiikkt— Harris (chair), Slaclu, Wilson. :-. The Evoninu Mwtinj,'.-: will uuininunuu at 7. - .

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Word for the Anarchists. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

A Word for the Anarchists. BY RATIONALIST. Thk Sydney' Mommy herald of October 22 published a leader on 'Tolstoi and his message, 'and it was interesting to note how very careful the writer of this appreciation was to avoid any reference to Tolstoi as an Anarchist. It is quite true that Tolstoi has been foremost on 'he list of 'dynamic and formative teachers iii the intellectual life of the Nineteenth Century,' and 'that he could interpret quite literally the mysticism of Jesus Christ and apply it to tin life of a working world.' There is nothing astonishing in this, seeing that the real Jesus Christ (not the Christ of the Gospels, or of the modern theologians) was the Founder of Christian Anarchism, of which school Tolstoi is to-day the Chief Apostle. It is indeed one of life's little ironies that Tolsloi, the Russian Anarchist, should at the age of 82 receive the Nobel Peace Prize. We are accustomed in Sydney to always hear of Anarchists as in some way connected with bomb-throwing...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Sydney Jottines. (-N Monday cvoiiinjr .1. H. Wilson spoke liefovi; the I'nive s-ity Sociali-t C'lnh on Uevolntionary Social ism. A report will appear in next is.snc. This Saturday evening II. K. Ilollanil will de live.r an siddre.-::- tit. Lithjiow on ' Revolutionary Socialism and Industrial.. Unionism.' .Sunday af ternoon' lie will speak in IJthgow l'iirk on 'The. Chicago Martyr.-1. ' Thesis meetings were arranged by a-locnl committee. Our blind comrade, .1. II. Corhett. would hi; pleased if any friend woukl lc:ul him the /'Viv tliinkrr weekly! lie. liuds lie csinnot pur ha.-v tut paper in Sydney. S ndays Domain nieutiiif: was :i. big success. Rutherford, Mrs. Hums, Wilson, ad Holland spoke, tin; lattur delivering a special address on tin: Chica o Martyrs. .Socialists and friends are invited to attend eco nomic class on Thursday nigliK l'arty general muting next Tuesday uvenini;. AH I'-unibers urged to attend. On Sunday night Slinks ii d Wilson spoke at, .Martin Place. Tins speaker...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Riley and Denford's Wanderings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Riley and Denford's Wanderings. KV K..I.IS. W'k hsive had. a little more than si week here. Brisbane has hsul si propagandsi party, which hsis gone defunct through having' no outlet by which they could make themselves felt, on siccount of hick of speakers. We held resil good meetings hist . batur ' day smd Sunday week. On Sundsiy even ing the police stopped the meeting, and' said we would hsive to get a permit for open-air meetings.' We applied for permit anil gut it. but the permi,, we received was tsintainount to a refusal, it shoved us right down in a luck street. We started speaking in the main street, but weir soon told to go where our permit allowed us to speak. Well, of course, we went, and held si fairly successful meeting.' . Comrade ;.\n ilersen ((!us. Andersen's brother) assisted it-. This was on Saturday evoniiif;. Pre vious to Ibis, Friday (they bsivo enrly dosing here and the shops are open on Fridsiy nights), .we tried to hold a .meet ing, nnd were blocked. The Brisba...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Jhe^Interaational Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Snri.-ilkm m N Q w Under the control of Joint Executives, International Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill Doings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Broken Hill Doings. HV A IIKVOUTION.YKV. Ox Tuesday night Isist the A.M. A. -meeting was somewhat lively through the bully in;; attitude of the president towards the revolu tionary section. When , the Executive re ported having received a communication from Beeby. Minister for Lalnr, intimating thiit he intended visiting industrial centres for the ..purpose of collecting evidence in orihr to amend .the Industrial Disputes Act and anticipated, visiting the Hill, and asking the A.M. A. executive to meet him in conference, the simpletons kindly consented to meet the striko-bresikcr. Mr. Beeby is the lawyer politician who so unreservedly condemned the Broken Mill workers for lighting against . the recent attempt to reduce wages. When this report came before the members several questions were asked by the 'Reds' :on compulsory arbitration. Tlie president be came very wroth, undoubtedly lacking eco nomic .knowledge' and mental .capacity to sinswer the questions. ? He got up and hurled .in...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

. f~ : '? ? 1 Recd{A of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF P \ l' AT TIM-: Marxian Printing House 61 Goulburn St., Sydney. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. '' What thi) Labor Party has got for the Politi cian with Compulsory Arbitration— Oborno l'iivk, Gore Hill, the residence of Mr. Vf. ~M. Hughes, M.V.' ; and''What the Labor Party has got for the Workers with Compulsory Ar bitration—Miners' Mansions at Flattsburg. 2. 'Coal Country Contrasts.' 'The residence of Mr. Alex. Ross ('VVijllsencl Coal Co.), Platts Ijmjr' ; and.. 'Miners' Homes on Wallsend Co. \s Estate at Plattsburj?.' 3 ? AViiore the Miners Live.' 'Pitt Town, Wallseinl,' and 'Miners' Homes.' i. ? Tin- Mud Ping Brigade'— jailed for protesting atiui list the Coercion Act. 5. II. K. ?Holland— sentenced to two years' hard labor in Albury Jail for sedition for a speech in connection with the Broken Hill Lockout. i : !).)'.) Con ference Delegates. One IVimy Ksicli. Assorted Pack...

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 — 19 November 1910

Answers to Correspondents. .1. II. Goiimhtt, Sydney ; A.ia.v ; Thk 'Si.avi: — .Vest wok. . D.T.',' -Murkily. — ' Kneyi'lo;-edia' forwarded. W:.l.rl\1'.Brokun Hill.— Literature forwarded; W.K., Barren Jack; K.V.C., liroken Hill; U.U., l'ort lMriu'; W.T., l'ort. Kenihla ; ,\V. and \\\, .Moree';— Kcceivlid: ? ' ' ' ' ?' ?

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SUBSCRIPTION: [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

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Offices: 61 Goulburn-street. Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Offices : 61 Goufburn-street. Svdnpv' lloadquarlers: 27-1 I'itt Street, Sydney, lo'thi. M'ma('S- Co''nlUli('atioils l° be adch-essed rlM^K,Mtorni'y ^OIlmimii''iItions to be addressed to

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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"THE INTERNATIONAL" [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

'THE INTERNATIONAL' Stanm) up! yc wretched ones who labor, Stand up! ye pulley slaves of want Finn's teason thunders from its cmter, 'Tis th1 eruption naught win daunt. Of the past let as ele mse the stables, Mass enslaved, fling back the call, Old Earth is changing her foundation , We have nothing, now be all. (Cliontx) : 'Tis the last call to battle, Close the ranks, each in place, The staunch old International Shall bo the human race. There are no .saviors e'er will help us, Nor God, nor'Ceasnr, nor Tribune, JTis ours, 0- workers, must the blows be That shall «in the common boon. From the thief to wring his stolen booty, From its pris'n to free the soul. 'Tis we ourselves must ply the bellows, 'Tis we must beat the anvils' roll. The state is false, the law a mock'ry, And exploitation bows us down ; The rich man flaunts without a duty, And the poor man's rights are none. Long enough have we in swaddlings languished, h--, Equality's new law: ' Away with rights that know no duties, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obtainable from [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Obtainable from rjif Iniernational Hoi-inlist Group Svdnev ? l.u. Socialist Party of Victoria, Jlelbourne. llm Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide lamer Socialist Group, Broken Hill l'-lnino- ? ll.-- Socialist Party ,,f New Zealand,' Wellington, :nii| liranditis. Mr- Iliitlpry, newsagent, near G.P.O., Adelaide. i.T'i'!' '.'''' ol -Sociillist Propa-andi. League, . Ami all Newsagents.

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Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 19 November 1910

Mexico. Regeneracion. the Mexican publication which was suppressed by the arrest of its publishers and editors a few years ago, is again being published. The first number of tlie paper since .the' release of Magnon and his comrades from jail was issued on Setember 3. The leading editorial of the new Regenera cion, says, in part: — 'Here we are again in the field. Three years of forced labor in the penitentiary have but tempered our character like a blade of steel. Pain but burnishes the   hearts of the strong. The lash whips us into rebellion, not into submission. ' Hardly released from confinement, we uphold, again the revolutionary torch, and our voice sounds again the battle-cry, ' Away with the old ! Let the new be born !'     'The reappearance of the paper was barely announced before the brawny arms of toilers started to furnish the sinews of war. The workers more than any others bear an interest in the life of the old cham pion of liberty...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WILD FIFE'S CRY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910

THE WILD FIFE'S CRY. And 'England, K ighin.l, Ku-land,' I heard the wild hlVn cry, ' We are here to ml) for .England And to throttle; Liberty!' And 'England, England, England,' I heard the fierce drums roar, ' We aw the. tools f()r pious Hwind'ers And brute bul ies evermore!' Anil ' Tommy, Tommy, Tommy,' I heard the wild iifes cry, ' AVill you never know th ? England . F?r.,wmlch men' 11(lt lV)o1^ Hliotiltl die?' Aud Tommy, Tommy, Tommy,' I lieard the lierce drums roar, Will you always be a cut-throat. And a slave for evermore?' And 'Tommy, Tommy, Tommy,' I heard the wild fifes cry, 'It is time to stop your foolin'; It is time to do or die!' And ' Johnnie, Johnnie, Johnnie.' I heard the fierce drums roar, It is time to bre ik your fetters And Ixj free for evermore!' — Fhancis Adams.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910

United States. Spesiking of local agitation in tin- cit\ ol Heading, comrade Maurer -ays : ' We huve been distributing for the pa.-l fourteen weeks 1 i.OOO papers every Sunday. Our system is now so complete that we. cover the entire city in about an hour. The re biiii.- hi mi.- wiii-k stand out boldly on all sides. Liicreased membership : ion |)lM cent, increase in one' month ; rousing at tendance sit street meetings, and Socialism being talked all over the city. Max Hayes, of Hie Socialist Party de clares that the Socialists will ultinialeh dominate ihi: American Federation .if Labor. Ike Askew writes from Collaivnebri. en closing cheque for :'»(ls— 12s for three vearlv subscribers, and balance for Press Fund— and, in the course of a chatty letter, says : — The paper is a credit, to all concerned, jintl I teel very proud of it. This is a. district of sheep-owners and A.W.I'.' men. so you can understand how lonely I get ai times. If you open your mouth fur In dustrial Unionism, the'...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maxims for the Young. SAYS a Brisbane paper. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910

Maxims for the Young. Says a Mrishanc paper: Mr. Lesma perpetrated an ainUMiig phi losophical joke in the Legislative Assembly when he submitted a list of ten '' maxims.' and asked the Minister for Public Instruc tion if it was true that they had been printed and ordered to be hung in the State schools. The answer of Mr. liarnes was in the negative; but Mr. Lcsina had gained his point of getting bis maxims on the Parlia mentary paper for tin- day. ITere they are: — I. Love your school-fellows, who will be your fellow-workmen in life. ?J. Love learning, which is the food of the mind. He as grateful to your teacher a.s lo your [ia rents. ?'!. .Make every day holy by good and u.e ful deeds and kindly actions. I. Honor good. men. be courteous : (o all men. bow down to none. ?~-. l)o not hale or speak evil 'of a.ny one: do not be revengeful, but stand up for your rights, and resist oppression. .15. Do not be cowardly; be ;i friend lo the weak and love justice. 7. Itcnii-mber that all the...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910

CaDitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. /?-„? ;/I,I:hiiI I,,: Hit: i-rin: »/ .ill ,'/'''? ''????llth, limn) -;-i-t! nr /turn pnltl il in full. Jons I.5i-:i.i.. a painter, was killed while painting a residence at Fleiuinglon. Martin Zampatti. minor, was killed, by u ''all of sand at the Duke and Main Leads Consols mine, Victoria. Thomas Xoye was killed whilst working in the New Hruce's mine, Daylesford, Vic toria. I). l-. llanondied from injuries received in a fill I from a Sydney building. Thomas King, who was run ovor hy a lorry In- was driving, dieil in Sydney Hos pital. Poverty and loneliness drove Mrs. Thomas Ivlieece mad at Walwa. Vic. and she shot' her four children dead, and then set lire to the house and burned herself to death. The bodies of the children were also piirtiiillj burnt. An unknown man hanged himself from a tree on liislupscourt Kslate. Handwick. on Saturday. Scores of prospectors are dead, and other: are dviiv'. on the trails to the Porcupine gol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910

.l'tn-t-iuiLsof-ropofts from A.i.Miiiilr,, Broivo.ii Hill, mikI Sydney, crowded Dill. Nl'Xt. WUC'K. ! Tom liloodworth. literature secretary fur j the Auckland branch of N.Z. Socialist! Party, writes : ' Please send us two dozen j extra copies of Tin-: Ixtki:x.\tioxai. Social- , l.-r per week from receipt, of this letter. | Have a big demand for it each week, and j some of us reckon it's tin- best Socialist! paper we get.' : Alt'. Anseline returned to .Sydney last I week, after a spell in the hospitai with a se- ' vfirf illness. The whole Party was giad to . welcome him back, ;

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