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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. /?'ur ij'hlnnil In' lh-: /«?/-?'' of nil i/uiir iKi'nlth, -!-)ntl HijiI! ire ha vi;. /tulil 'II in I'ull. K. S. Grace, jockey, received terrible injuries to head through his mount, Lang loli, falling with him. in the Hotham' Han dicap. Kiu IJtmii rlrivpr woe Vtiinri tn n -..:i way accident at Kilmpre Junction, Vic. Owing to a breakaway, when on an incline at Kingswood, Bristol, a train, con laining 62 colliers, dashed to the bottom. Three of the colliers were fatally and 27 severely injured. G. Johninaun, seaman, died from injuries sustained as the result of a fall clown the hold of the steamer Otranto at Brisbane. Michael Bourke (74) was crushed to death between a lorry and a wall at Sydney. William Grant, laborer, sustained con cussion of the brain as the result of a fall from a plank clown the hold of the steamer Corio, at Mort's Dock. Thomas Goldsack, coal carter, was crushed to death under a collapsed staging at Balmain. Th...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

The Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTIiS. In Cardinal Mo ran 's opinion the S. M. Herald is a pig. In his lecture on Modern ism and other tilings the other ilny, his Eminence declared that lie would not enter upon a controversy with the Herald, be cause it was useless to cast pearls before swine. And the Fairfaxes are Ghristains, too! F. Dunlcavy— pal of Billy Hughes, and chief burrackur for the strike-breaking tiictics of the owner of the late lamented poley cow — doesn't want the rilawarra miners to amalgamate with the north and west. He wants the southern men to con nect themselves with the stench of that old industrial corpse which slowly rots away in its political coflin at the Sydney Trades Hall. The fact that Dunleavy is against the northern miners and in favor of Sydney Labor Council 'is one of the strongest* reasons that could be advanced for amalga mation with the northern men, and why they should refuse to touch the S.L.C. with anything shorter than a, long-handled shovel, an...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KING ASKS AFTER THE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

THE KING ASKS AFTER THE HORSES 9 There's a strike down in Wales, and the devil to ? . pay- m Mine owners an* fawd with jjrcat losses M Send them a win-, just a few words to say. M 'The KiiiL' asks after the horses.' urn M Tliere's want down in Wales, and misery dire, M For the men, hut not for the hosses; n For the latter, all luxuries man could desire, |« And the King asks after th'ir horses. W& It seems that royalty can't spare a thought « For the poor workers' trials and crosses; |H On only one point inforn ation is sought— 39 It's about the proprietors' horses. » —IMmf Call.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Eve of Revolution. THE SLAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

The Eve of Revolution. TI1K SLAVIC. Tm-: destiny of man is to improve physically and mentally. This can only be accomplished by the ?ameli- oration of his social conditions. Even among bourgeois authorities it is recognised that destitution 'and in tolerable working conditions are in present-day society responsible for the physical degeneration and mental atrophy of an appallingly large num ber of the human race. The dead sea of want is ever en croaching upon the soil of comfort in all populous centres. The mutter ings of angry discontent grow more ominous. Rights denied the weak by the power of avarice an* bringing as face to face with a formidable social crisis. The problem can no longer he sneered at as inconsequen tial. Spectres of hunger and fear are ever present I -espair of the probable future is becoming a torment to rest. Dread of disease haunts every work ing moment, for to the toiler sickness means inability to provide nourish ment which life demands. Never was the altrui...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

To our Contributors. CoxiKiiiiTons to Tin: Ixtkrnationai. Scx-i.u.ist are rvniimluil that our space is oxcei'ilinjily liniiteil. The 'uforo slmrt article* ami crisp ami snappy par agraphs will hiiw the liestclinneeof securing pub lication. Writers a it' asked to note that preference will be given to articles dealing with cum-nt industrial and political events from a Revo ntlonary Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not cxceeil 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding 500 words cannot be. printed. Write legibly, on one side of the paper only, and leave good space ljetween the lines. AVhen postin -, leave ends open, and mark ' Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then be sufficient from any part of Australia. Address to 'The Editor.' Every contribution must bear the writer's name —not necessarily for publication. '' Friends and Members visiting TnE Ixtkr natioxai. Socialist Office are urged to assist in getting business done with 'expedition.. DON'T STAY TO TALK. We're always bu...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. The Foolish Ostrich. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Socialist Fables. The Foolish Ostrich. In the desert of Sahara there was an Ostrich that, when hard pressed by the enemy, used to poke his head into a hole in the sand and imagine he was hidden. Because of this fact, men, who chased him for his plumage, were enabled to approach him when he felt 111 nt^t L!/*W.I1 \*l\ i\ \\l\ »ilili.l~ li!.v. ...?ll....l L ? 1 1 - ? ihj.ji. .^uuni.iuiu |Jlllui\ I 111 II WIUIIUUU MOUOIC and without danger. He been plucked over, and over, year after year, and didn't seem to learn anything. But one day, when he felt a man begin 'to yank a plume from his wing, he kicked. Me kicked hard. ' The man alighted on an oasis a few miles distant, and that year the Ostrich was not plucked. There seems to be some virtue in kicking,' mused the creature, who was just beginning to use his head. ' I' think I 'shall try it again. Maybe after awhile T may bealile to think ui) a way that will enable me to live .without hiding away.'

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Administrative Council. The general secretary of the S.K.A. has received the following' communication from Atlee Hunt, secretary to the Department of External Affairs : — '' Melbourne, Novem ber 8. 1910. — Sir, — Adverting to your letter of the 20th Julylast, asking for cer tain information as to the whereabouts of Captain Oalceran, who acted as counsel for the late Francisco Ferrer, I have the honor, by direction, to inform you that the High Commissioner has made inquiries in regard to 'the matter, with the result that so far as can be ascertained Captain Oalceran is still in Hnrcelona, but should that not be the case any letter addressed to him there would be forwarded.' Broken Hill has forwarded htistentation for 20 members. Al last meeting- of the Administrative Council, correspondence from Vic toria re press amalgamation proposals was referred to Sydney Joint Executives. A letter was received from Hroken Hill ask ing for advice- re A.M. A. ride stipulating ilint all candidates ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Genius and Madness. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Genius and Madness. UV .1. UI.UMKSTHAL. ''It is ;i sad mission to cut through and destroy with the scissors of analysis the delicate and irridescent veils witli which our proud mediocrity clothes itself.' Such are the opening remarks of Cesare Lom broso, the great Italian criminal anthropolo gist, in his standard work on ' The Man of Genius,' wherein his observant conclusions have shattered the belief in the greatness of the Genius as a normally-constituted in dividual. No sacred 'ideal, 'belief, or de lusion can e.-'capo the relentless materialistic examination of Science when endeavoring to discover. altruistic truth. The followers of ethereal musicians, the sublime poets, the regenerative egoistic philosophers, the inspiring theologians, the illuminating naturalists, must feel their ideal shattered when they learn that it is but one step from supermundane genius to bestial in sanity and criminality. Born perhaps of normal persons or of parents whose natures presented feelings dia...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Broken hill. There was a very good attendance, at the branch meeting held last Sunday morn ing. Correspondence was received from .Im; Swebelescs, of t l'i; Victorian !-ranch. thank ing the I {ranch for Lhe invitation extended 10 in ii t i.o visn iiroKL'ii run. nut slating llr.it In: would be unable at present to visit the city of silver and dust. The decision of Administrative Council, n.'A.M.A. pledge and recommending that no member of the S.F.A. siuu declaration involving giving support to the Labor party or any other non-Socialist party was also received, ami the recommendation was uuauinimisiy endorsed by the members. ? II was decided to set aside every Friday night for discussions, anil the subject for nexl Friday night, is to be ' Internal ional- isni versus the Labor Party's objective.'' Local Socialists sold a low dozen of Tin-: I.NTKKNATIONAI, SOCIALIST at the. A.M.. A. meeting.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Column of Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

A Column of Clippings. Tiikhk are too many 'brother's keepers' and too few brothers. The business of ' business', is to ex ploit. It cannot live without it. But humanity can live and be better oti without that sort of business. Capital and Labor do seem to be united, with fingers in each other's hair. Capitalism is the upholder of the class struggle. Socialism, by ending classes, will forever end the class- struggle. No man who gets wages is ' paid in full.' With the profit system abolished there will be homes instead of hovels, wive; in stead of harlots. Arc you afraid to trust yourselves to own and control the earth? Would you rather trust the masters whose sole business it is to exploit you? Liberal and Conservative stand for Cap italism, and they might as well unite to fight the oncoming tide of Socialism. The oppression which every man feels is not so much political as it is industrial and commercial. The world has never seen true manhood and womanhood. They can be produced onl...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

On Saturday I'l-lfi- howling sailed for .New Zealand, aivumpanii.'d by .Mr.-1. Howling and llirtMj nf his .-oil.-. A number of Socialists and oilier friends were al. tin- wharf to .-ay good-bye, and ilnvi; ln-iirty cheers were given an tlie steamer moved out.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

The Press Fund. f- S (I Already acknowledged - .'-! .'- 10 .1. Way. Neville - - 0 I 0 IVr O. .lorgeliscn (Honks 17- IS) -- II..M. 2s, Sliced I.-, ll.l). I- - (J I 0 I'cr 'iaiini (IJ')ok -Id) — L. Lcislner Is, Ccrmi Is - 0 2 0 I'cr II. K. lloll.-in.l (Hook :!S)— ?I. II. tWlu-ll - - l) I 0 £.'-:; .') -I Advanced as Loan.-1. Already acknowledged - d 0 0 Total' - - .')'.) ' .'- -i All communications to In- addressed to O. W. .lorgenseii, secret any. I'iv.-k l-'und Com- mittee, ?JT-I Pitl-sLreet, Sydney.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

South Australia. On Sunday the Parly had an enjoyable drag picnic to National Park. There was an attendance of .r-0. and a real good time was spent. During the journey the hills rang wi.li revolutionary songs. I he party is endeavoring to arrange with Comrade Mrs. Montefiore, from .ling-land, to deliver an address in Adelaide if possible when she is passing through. — IS. 11. MO. Our propaganda work is still making splendid progress, and the sales of literature and papers are still on the increase. On Sunday night in the Socialist Hall, Comrade (Jillespk- delivered an address to a g ? I audience on Involution, and answered many questions at tin; close. On Sunday evening, Dec. I, .Miss Ethel liarringer will deliver an address in the Socialist Hall on Women and the Social Problem.— *'-. I I. '10.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. Tiikwk \v:ih. j« large crowd at our . antiiinli turist meeting on Sydney domain on Sun day, when tin1 .-pcaktM1.-- were Kcldhusen, liiithcrfunl. Wilson, and Holland. The S.F.A. anti-militarist resolution, as printed in last issue, was carried unanimously. ! Comrade (!- H. Sladu. who is seriously ? ill. i.-; missed from our outdoor meeting.--, ? at which he is such a consistent workei . ! Comrade SU-nie. who is going out of S.wl i ii(.-y tii livu. tendered his resigiifilion as an executive member at last meeting. The re Mjjnatinii was received with regret. !- W. II. Hocking writes from Gilgamlra: j ' I liavi.- bei.-u liu.-y in-i-e on propaganda [ work, in my span.- time, and haveawakened j quite an interest. Socialism is being talked of all over the town. :: Comrade Hocking [ also sends an order for one dozen copies of I Tin-: iNTKiiN.vno.v.w. Socialist weekly for propaganda purposes. Hi.- methods might | be followed with profit to tin; m...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY H. L. DENFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

ItV II. I.. 'DKXI'Olclt. I am writing from Gladstone to let you know that we are well and above ground*. We held a splendid meeting at Gympie. The audience was very attentive, an I bought Tiik Ixtkhxatioxai, Socialist. W.; sold all we had. , I he meeting lasted for a i hour and a Imlf, when we were stopped by two burly servants of the Kidsion Govern ment, who informed us that we wuuld have to get permission to speak from the Mayor of the town. A large number of our listeners strongly condemned the police for interfering with the meeting; they said it was the first time they bad beard the work ing-class position from a Socialist stand point. We were invited to attend a mix-ting of the Eight-hours Committee, but an unfor soen obstacle prevented us from attending. We arrived at Gympie on a. Saturday afternoon, and we left on Sunday night for ?Maryborough, .where we arrived t,lu- fullim-msr Monday. From what L can see, the trade union movement in this State is gradually becom ing more c...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Wanderings in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Socialist Wanderings in Queensland. HY K. .1. IIIIJ-JV. Ix Brisbane the ironinotilders' strike was still dragging on what time we shook th-: dust of the urn thorn metropolis from our feet. This strike Feems to be wearing down com petition, and, whichever side wins, the men will be so exhausted when the light is over mat tney will iw almost powerless. The Wages Board's judgment failed to settle the dispute. Brisbane's electric cars are the most dis graceful 1 have seen. They have no power brakes, and the drivers have to pull their cars up with a hand-brake. Ft is simply marvellous how they avoid collisions. In the building'trade-ll hours is the re cognised week, but the buildings are of low structure, and, of course' this spells hard work. The sanitary arrangements in Brisbane are abominable. They have the old pan system. ^ The newspapers are worse than abortions. The statements they print concerning Indus trial Unionism, Socialism, Anarchy, etc., are astounding. We tramped it to Gym...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Books, Magazines, and Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Books, Magazines, and Papers. As a reviewer of Irojks that have to do wit1' the world of science, history, social economy, .ind matters that link up with working ujass interests, R. S. Roas stands without a r'val. And for this reason, as wc'l as the. world-reputation Upton Sinclair lias JW»1| lm*rw] 1).^..r. )..' ... ? ! ? r ? J . 1 ? j . _. l_ , 'v,.,.v,,,jil) i\uss s review, in last, wcok s Melbourne Socialist, of Sinclair's last novel, Samuel the Seeker,' will be read with profit and pleasure. ' ' Samuel the Seeker, ' ' Ross says, ' is a plain and straightforward story of a simple and sincere lad's experi ences in his quest for truth. Just an or dinary, every-day sort of story, told in clear words, and 'making no ?particular. de- mand upon the intellect or the imagination. If the author has especially tried to make a yarn for the rough-and-ready masses, minus stiffness and strain, he has succeeded. If the yarn isn't a 'Jungle' or a 'Metro- polis,' it is a deeply interesting dip i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialism at Lithgow. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Socialism at Lithgow. On Saturday, Nov. 19, II. I.v. Holland and II. C. Applcton journeyed to Lithgow, and conducted two successful meetings. The first was held from the balcony of Mc Quadc's Hotel, on Saturday evening-, Mr. Joseph Gnflilh presiding-. Holland spoke for an hour and a half to a very large crowd on Revolutionary Socialism and In dustrial Unionism, and, although persis tently interrupted by a couple, of drunks, received a most favorable hearing. A vote of thanks, moved by .Mr. l.\. Truscott, was earned by acclamation. On Sunday after noon a meeting was held at I lie 'oeal park, the speakers occupying- a lorry outside the park fence, while the audience was inside' — a procedure rendered necessary by the fact that permission could not be obtained to speak inside the park. The subject of this address was 'The Chicago Martyrs.' A hnnicane bl«w while the meeting was being held, rendering the task of speakir.g most unpleasant. Tin-: Inticunational Socialist and Tom Mann's ' P...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

Germany. Reports of the Social -Democratic Confer ence, were sent to the Kaiser several times every day while.it was sitting. I'oncurtx, in its issue of Oct. 1, publishes j a front-page article entitled ' We Accuse,' j directed again-t the police and the press j which has supported them. It says: ' We aCl'llnv..' till.' [MMIVU, u u uv^u.^y unv; iiuiu^tun press, which always betrays the people; we also accuse, the masses of the population of incredible apathy, and the lack of a sense of honor. A proverb, not very flattering, but true, says that every people have the con ditions which they deserve. Is not this ap plicable to many circles among the' Prussian — even the Berlin population. The Conservative press is demanding that the revised German penal code should con tain paragraphs against those who commit lese majeste against foreign sovereigns. This is in consequence of remarks made by our partv press on the Czar's visit. Iiindow, editor of the HaJ'enarbeilcr, lias just been senten...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Constitutional Socialist. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 December 1910

A Constitutional Socialist. 1SV .1. lil.l'MKNMI.\l.. Mk.Muimm.su, tin.- new I/ii»or l';irty nit.'ijil»f-r for King, tolr.l tin- AsseiuMy that he \v;t» a '' Constitutional Socialist. :* To (k-libL-niit'ly desert all liis Socialistic principles would be too strong even for Mr. Morris-h. so to justify his sacrifice of labor's in terest for Opportunism, he calls hi. brand of Socialism ' Constitutional.' This 'Constitutional Socialism' is evidently the long-lost brother of French Reformist ami German Re visionist or Bernsu-in Soi-i:ili-m. and we giv? Mr. M'-rri~j. cr-di: f--r being clever i-uouirlj :??.? -l'}v :b-- ignorant annoi:! L;.~ ?;?']': j:::1.:-.-::'.? by tlie coniit-'-'UC'lj ? 'j ;: \r. i;1-'. \\Vch Las nothing in c---nj]:e.irj -vriih S. ?.-:.:s3:-iii. The who]- RiiJj ?: -hr .?-::-- :::i^:i- of Con-;i:v.*: s:.-.'.. };?.-:? -r::.:~:. lle visioni-t uvA ' Hv'-:.:.::o:i:iry ' Sxial ists. etc.. is ~\i&~. S«-.-i:iii~::i must be accomplished '.-t-rp by .-t-.-p.' and the lO'-ans...

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