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Sydney's Protest and Demand. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Sydney's Protest and Demand. Ki:i'i:i(i;iM. tu Sydney's pre.vimi^ protest and demand: ' That rlie liiteniationaJ Socialist indiyuaiibly protest against ;lu continued unjust iniprisonmeni of Wait,..r Smokes, and de.iua.ud from the .\K-( miwi-h (Jiivernineni his innneiliate release.1' we would like tu sugj?i-!it thiit t!ie following, or soinetliiiij; similar, should I-L' carried ,-it next public and als-- next Wiisiin-ss mcetiii' of each S.F.A. ln-an.'li: I. Thai rhc So.-inlisl I'ariy pliices on ro curd iis cinpliiitic, condeninatiun of the refu.-al of the .Mcliowcn (''overinnent to re lease Walter Stokes, who for purtieiiJiilinj; in an industrial tnnilile was uniusilv jailed a-tln- i-oiili 1. 1' a trial nearly IO'.)') miles away fruti, id, sr.'ne ,.f |,is alleged olVnnce. and in wliich n-- element -ii fainn-ss was allowed io iniriide. _'. Tliat the Socialist I'ariy. a^nn declar inj; that I In- .-cnieiice inllictcd upon Stokes was ??.w.-edinj.'l.x .six.-iiti- .iiiii iiiex|iressili|y u...
Anti-Militarist Demonstrations. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Anti-Militarist Demonstrations. This vSuu-lay anti-militarist deinon -irations will l-e ln-ld. under S.K.A. auspices. :ii Adelaide. -Melbourne, and Sydney, when -lie following re solution will be submitted: Th.-it liii.- meelin^ declan's \\~r\f uimimij jji-'iini.-iii^lv 'iKi-iile tu ill' lunns «.f uiiliiar '!'''? '-l ? irtii-iii.^ i.'iiii wliil.-t the pre.-ent elstss Stjiie exi.-is Use armed Fiiives will he used tu I mi ires.- iij. capiialism. and t.n liold down lh'- w. iri,i ?)?-? This meeting fur;ln;r reei ionise.- tliiil :;:i ; he ellcr^ic;? ,,i' llu- work U\ii ela.-- can he n.-i.-r pn.lit idly utili.-ed in lniiMiiijr up their industrial and political organisarinn.-. which .-hall finally ronder Avar inipussihle. and whieh or^iinissitious h.y international alliliiition and .illiiiiire. hi'Mveen the wnrkiii}; eljisHe- of all natiun. aiv at present the chief ?,'iiiii-antee nf the |)esux: of the world
Broken Hill in Revolt. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Broken Hill in Revolt. i -i'ii Hmken Hill i-orrcs[Miiideiii wriii. (17. 11.10): At last ineeliun i if rlu: A.M. A. tin; full.iu ing resolution was carried iinaniiiioiisly : ; ' Tliat this nii'elinji nf the A.M. A. pla.-r.- j on rei-urii iis iiiispciikahle indijiiialion al j tile velusal ill \\ . A. llolinaii. .Minister for ?lustiee. to fcic-ir-i- Sid|-i.'-. who wns iinjii.-ily jailed in comici-limi wilh llic liroken lliil lockoui. \\r I'nnsi'ier Mich ,. severe sen tence wa.-. the p'-iilt i.f ;i vicious de.-ire. In break iluwn rhc ;-.rm\iiii: power n|' i.he work ing class in this Si.-iie. iiiul we 'are of the opinion tlitil Stokes wa- a victim w t!iu e.lii.--.« bias and judicial savagery of .ludvii.' I'riug. wliu was enraged at (he acquittal 01 Mann. I'u.-ser. and other unit mists; and we deplore the fad that any lvpurr of Judge l'ring's should have inlliieneed a l.aliur .Minister in considering the maticr. AVe further condemn the Labor Ministry's en dorsement of Dolman's brutal and ...
Socialists of S.A. Speak. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Socialists of S.A. Speak. \T the usual nieeiiii'r on Sunday week, after comrade JJunnt'tt's leeture. a resolution was carried protest iiiK against, the euntiiuied imprisoumeiU of Strike-prisoiior.f May in South Australia and Stokes in N.S.W.. and ileniiindins tlicii1 innuediate release. , It is riignilicani that huth in S.A. and j \ S.W. a ' I^ihur ' government is holding j a .striker in jail. '
Petition for the Release of Union Prisoners. To the Honorable the Minister for Justice, New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Petition for the Release of Union Prisoners, To the Honorable the Minister for Justice, New Sauth Wales. I li K petition iif the iiiiilersio-ned members of the New Sotnh Wales Parlia ment, rthewwth: I. That Messrs. May and .Stokes were .-jenUMieetl fur two and three vears res|ioctivoly for acts eommitted at Broken Hill. ?1. That, as the offences were committed in times of great excitement con sequent upon the recent Industrial .Dispute. W'K THINK THAT THKSIC SKNTKNCKS A. RE VKRY SRVKKK. and Yol'W PKTITlON'ICKf? K\L STKCTFrLLV ASK THAT YOU WILL !',K I'LKASKD To MA'I^K Hl^ KXUKLLKNCY THK ( iOYKIi.Ni Hi T- - KKLKASK THK SAID rb'ISMNKKS before (he .-xpiry ?»!' their M-,ilenees. .1. r I.. I-TI'ZI'ATK'H'N I'. .M.liAIIIiV II. .1. 1'. 1'K.TKWS .JOHN IIKI'IIKI! lilH'.KKT 1KM.I.I. (.'. A. M'KCKSH .IAS. U. MKI.'CKN .1. 1'. LVNCII JOHN AleNKII.I. G. A. JONK' A.M^ KKI.I.V |;oi;t. .-voi-.ik I IV. !?;. llOllNK. A !'.. Cdl.lJNS .1. (III. I. IKS oWKN (ill.liKKT K|i\VAIM- M. CI.AliK W. MIM.AKl) K. W....
THE LITTLE TOILER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
THE LITTLE TOILER. E.\cii winter. niorn ere yet approaching dawn ' BcirHyflitH coining o'er the eastern hill, ? While o'er the still, white frozen earth shine mi The far-off stars that heaven with radiance (ill; A little sweet-faced girl I daily meet, Who lifts to mine an inoffensive eye, As through the cheerless and deserted street Slowly and timidly she passes by. And unelastic is tiie maiden's tread, Unfitting for a seeming girl of ten, The buoyancy of childhood crushed and dead, Obliterated by the greed of men For she thus early goes to some machine That in a factory-prison waits for her, Where with the'soujlcs: iron is melted in Th ? fresh young life that should her pulses stir. Yet gladly do the tired hands toil to aid The 'parents prematurely aged and worn, Who with the overworked and underpaid The hopeless burden-bearers' yoke have borne. 'But,oh! the shame of it, the fell disgrace!' My heart cries out whene'er this child I sec, Whene'er beneath the st'rs 1 see her face That...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
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A Column of Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
A Column of Clippings. ! Speaker McDonald, of the House of Repre sentatives, is very careful when reading the opening prayer. Some of the country visi tors felt as if they were in church, but a little girl sitting in the gallery was heard to nay, ' Mum, what is the man praying for? Is he praying tor the members?' iNo, dear,' replied the mother. ' He looks at the members and then he prays for the coun try.' — Newsletter. Every road to the right end is dso right in every step of it.-'— G-oethev The rich will do anything .for the poor except get off their backs. — Tolstoy. The capitalist will always see to it that there is an army of unemployed workers to draw upon should occasion arise. The worker must recognise that he is a wage-slave before he can struggle intelligently for his emancipation. 'Socialism is but a dream,' say the Anti Socialists. The dream seems to occasion them a great deal of concern. What is war ? Apart from the rattling drum-beats and the gay uniforms there is simp...
Motion and Life. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Motion and life. The terrestrial globe about we which live is a motor-car of the weight of 5,161,000,000, 000,000,000,000 tons, and 7,917 miles diameter, which in one year completes round the sun a circuit measuring 583,300. 000 miles, thus obliging it to travel at a speed of 1,')!)0,000 miles a day, or 66,250 an hour, 1104 a minute, or 11 2-5 miles a second. That is our condition in the bosom of the most apparent repose, of the immobility of everything which surrounds us, and of the most absolute silence. And the mechanism of the universe is so admirably adjusted that none of our senses can perceive this relent less movement. Night and day we are thus carried through space with a prodigious ac tivity which constitutes the universal life of beings and things. Since it has existed the earth has not twice passed along the same road, for it does not describe a closed orbit round the sun, but a helix resulting from the combina tion of its annual revolution round the sun with the transla...
Some Diseases of Capitalism And their Cure. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Some Diseases of Capitalism And their Cure. BY THE SLAVE. It has been the custom of The Intekna TioxAi, Socialist to publish a 'Trail nf Blood ' column cadi week, recording the injuries and fatali.tes among the working class directly due to machinery operated to produce commodities for Profit. But the present social order is directly responsible for the perpetuation of certain diseases whose roll of victims exceeds an hundred fold the numbers sacrificed to the competi tive machine. Tuberculosis, the dread scourge of the white races, whose ravages threaten to de cimate the population of all civilised countries, is a significant example. In this disease there are two important modes of infection, firstly by the inhalation of the causal germ into the air passages, secondly by ingestion of the organism in milk. In each case lowered vitality predisposes to in fection. Capitalism provides the necessary conditions in each instance. Confinement in crowded insanitary duellings, workshops, an...
Open Column. It is Hell to be Blind. J. H. CORBETT writes (10.11.10): [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Open Column. It is Hell to be Blind. J. H. CnuuOTT writes (10.11.10) : I did not think liiy partial confession of Want of Faith would attract the attention of profound thinkers, until I noticed yes terday Mr. Allman's remarks in the Open Column of your last issue. Mi\ Allman says, ' Corbctt's screed is characteristic.' What is it characteristic of? Screeds ! ur tno opinions of one who wholly clis-' believes in ghost stories, and, the .existence of gaseous vertebrate ? ' ' Honest doubt is ever the hand-maiden of Truth,' Mr. Allman goes on to say. What is Truth ? Is it Mr. Allman's conception of sound, religious spiritualism ? ; And what am I to infer from his (as it seems to me) some what cryptic remark, ' that within one's ; self deliverance lies ?'. Deliverance from 'what? Opinions antagonistic to sound spiritual religion, presumably ? :J thank Mr. Allman for his kind wish Itlmt I could see the beauties in Nature. I wish I could, forlamabelicver'in ' Natural piety,' to use Bacon's ...
Books, Magazines, and Papers. The Salvation Army and the Public. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Books, Magazines, and Papers. The Salvation Array and the Public; BY AJAX. : J ins is the title of a well-written book by :John Manson. The volume, comprising nearly two hundred pages, is an exhaustive analysis of the Salvation Army from a religious, social, and financial standpoint. It is written without unv.taw' of mnliW The author appears to be well up in his subject, and the book contains much use ful and instructive information hitherto ;carefully screened from the public. ? ? It appears the Army has embarked on the sea of competition, and trades in al most every article, not neglecting to take every advantage of subsidies donated for religious purposes and utilize its' influence and position in religion for the benefit' of commerce. The Army's plunges into in surance, _ colonisation, hospital, asylum, anti-suicide bureaus, universities of Human ity, and shelter schemes arc dealt with extensively. The social schemes, so far from leading to the salvation of the submerged, Manson...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
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Socialism and Religion. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 26 November 1910
Socialism and Religion. ? l-rcdcriek Allman writes: In a recent issue of the S.M. Ucmltl there appears an extract from the British Socialists' Manifesto, which very plainly points out that 'no Christian can be a. Socialist,' and that there is no place for Christian Socialists inside the movement. In the next column to this ex tract is an able letter from P. Cleary, wherein lie urges that the movement in Spain and Portugal, controlled by nationalists and Progressives, is not only directed against the Roman Catholic Church, but against all re ligions. men again tno leading article deals with the award of the Xobel Peace Prize to Leo Tolstoy — Clod's good man, who subscribes to no church, but preaches the individualist doctrine of 'The kingdom of heaven within you.' Let us deduce some thing from these divergent news. If the Socialists — as many of them seem .to — di- vorce .Socialism from true Religion, then there is no place for a Christian in the high est sense of the word within the...