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FIVE AND FIFTY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

FIVE AND FIFTY. I'' lifl.v ruin ?lid all | he work And ;:iivr the price to live: And let tlma: live make all Hie rule.— 1 nii'il -ay tin- fifty iiuMi were I.I..I--. I nlit. to lie alive. Ami if you heard voiiiplniiiiiii; vv'wp. I'Ynni lift.y brawny men, Klainin-ttlie live for jrraft. and jriucd. Injustice, cruelty indinl— What would yon call tlii-in lluinV Nul liy t'.oir own .-npurior fuio Utt live on fifty live, I'liif, by eleclimi and assent— And privilege of government .— I Were Uisit the lifty give. If liff.y men are really funks — And live have all the brain.- — The live iniisl rule a* now, we lind. Mill if the fifty have the miinl Why don't, they take the rein;-'.1 — ClIAKI.OITl-: l'KKKIN'v (ill.M.XN.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Evils of Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Evils of Competition. Ok all the commonplace copybook maxims which are taught to the chil dren in our schools, none is more conclusively contradicted by their after experience than the old proverb of 'Waste not, want not.' Having left the ordered life of the schoolroom, the child enters into the chaos of competitive commercialism, where he is led to believe that com petition is the life of trade and that the waste which it entails is a neces sary and inevitable accompaniment of business processes. But to the more thoughtful of the workers there comes a time when they begin to question the sacredness and sagacity of a system which has for one of its permanent features an enormous waste- of lives and resources. They find themselves in the midst of a vast business organisation which has for its ostensible object- the sup plying of society with the goods which it requires to satisfy its needs — houses, food, clothes, coal, and the machinery and implements which are used in the productio...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Socialism. BY II. K. HOLLAND. Notnth i standing the multiplicity of clearly-written books that have been published setting forth the principles of Socialism, notwithstanding the spoken utterances of the advocates of Socialism, notwithstanding the con stant issues of the newspapers and magazines of, the Socialist .movement,, the most deplorable lack of know ledge, the most irritating ignorance, predominates in the ranks of the workers concerning Socialism. Letters continually reach this office, the burden of whose complaint is that the writers are ever being met with the objection that Socialism means that the man. who has some money shall -; divide it up ' ' with the man who is too lazy to work for him self. It is astounding that in these days of 'advanced' education, anyone should be found honestly stupid enough to put forward such an objection. Curiously enough, the objectors fail to see that it is under existing conditions the useful workers are com pelled to i( divide up' with t...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas Tree and Social. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Christmas Tree and Social. Oi:u party has always been placed in the anomalous position of having an active spirit of propaganda in its members which is very greatly checked owing to the absence of a party hall, where weekly lectures of an educational character, might be; given. An attempt is now being made to overcome this difliculty, and it remains with the members of the organisation as to whether our pur pose will be carried out or not. The great est of movements have sprung from small beginnings, and it is possible that our pre sent intention of only hiring a hall may eventually lead us to the acquisition of a hail of our own. Energy and determination, however, are required to carry out this use ful purpose, and, with the aid of every one capable of lending assistance, it should not be long before we are on a sufliciently solid financial footing to put our idea into imme diate operation. With this purpose in view, a start has been made, by the Party Premises Fund Committee, who ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Sydney Jottings. Mrs. Dora B. Montcfiore, of the British S.D.'P.-, is on her way to Australia. We understand she proposes to settle in Syd ney. Australian Socialists will heartily wolcome her. ?- ? Don't miss the Christmas Tree entertain ment — New Masonic Hall. -,Seo advt. On Thursday evening last there was an increased attendance at the economic class, when ' Wage-Labor and Capital '. was fur ther studied. The second' hour was again lilled in with impromptu speeches. On Sunday the usual Domain meeting was held. The speakers were Hirst, Ruth erford, and Holland. Harris and Wilson held a fairl.v- good meeting at Prince Alfred Park on Sunday afternoon. Wilson spoke for over an hour and received a most- attentive hearing. On Sunday evening, successful meetings were1 held at Martin Place and Goulburn street. ' . On the 28rd of this month, a Christmas Tree and Social will be held at the Masonic Hall, Ciistlereagh-street, for the purpose of raising money to enable the party to secure sui...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strikebreakers in the Holy City. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Strikebreakers in the Holy City. BY M.S.I'. Oxck more has the necessity for working-class solidarity in all ranks been manifested in the Holy City. The workers of Mile End. by show ing splendid .solidarity, have won right out. The whole of the men's demands have been conceded with absolutely no victimisation. The officials of the Union Mor tuary made a determined effort to wreck the strike of the Straw Hatters, but the girls have seemingly a better conception of true working-class action than the officials of the Dead House of Unionism. It will be re membered that the girls struck be cause of the victimisation of an em ployee named Brooks, who, it is alleged, was discharged because lie took an active part in organising the girls. The employers after the strike ! charged him with having used bad | language to some of the girls. This] the girls declared to be untrue, and ; 1 he executive of the Labor Coun- j cil held an enquiry, and found that | the charges of bad language were , fals...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Fivi-: men have been liluwn to jitoins. ami nine others entomhed beyond recovery, tit Uio (Jouktiiw jAsphiilt Co.'.s works ;il Oklii haniii. Sixteen ininer.s were killed outright, ' and two others who went to their n.ssist:i nee were suiTouiitw'd l).v iKiisjonous gases, in an explo sion in the Siegfried pit at (iross-C'iuftscii, Hanover. Henry Halluy, \V. Ketlringhani, and L. CJorrigiin wore injured Ii.v an explosion of gun powder in Perry Bros. ' store at P-risbane. (Jhas. lirett sustained a compound fracture of the left leg, besides serious injuries to one of his arms a,ud his head, ii\ a blasting ac cident at the Cement L'o.'s works at Port land. A miner named Parry was severely in jured by a, .-Full ofcoal in Mount Keira pit.' F. Schwierer. fencer, . at (.ioorangoola, near Singleton, was struck in the eye with one end of a wire.' The sight was destroyed . - W. T. Uutler, a Sydney laborer, aged (50, ended his life by cutting his throat. The struggle f...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. J1Y II.S.C. Tin-: pjirty activities art) still progressing splendidly. On Sunday last run Ixtkkxatioxai. Socialist, with the proof of the Labor (?) Government's betrayal of Stokes, sold like hot cakes, and many were. disappointed in boing unable to secure a copy. ;We- hold out-door' meetings at Grotc street. Adelaide, and at Norwood, every Saturday night; Botanic. Park. Sunday afternoon at o Speakers class Wednesday; economic class Thursday and Sunday morning. Every Sunday evening an ad dress is delivered in the party hall, 'Wake field-street.- -On Sunday last Comrade Mrs. Wallace delivered a- stirring and delightfully -inter- esting address on ' Francis Adams, re volutionary poet and writer,' to a large and appreciative audience.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Flat Earth Men and Evolution. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

The Flat Earth Men and Evolution. 15 Y W.K.W. Nor long ago a man wrote a book to prove that the earth is Hat. This book had a numlxjr of readers, some of whom are still known as Flat Earth Men. They are al most extinct now, but if ever one should be «opn hv am- rPMfW of this paper that reader should have a good look at '.:im; He is from the museum of ancient curiosities. In the days of Columbus the Flat Earth Men used to say that if ever a ship reached India, she could never get back if the earth was round, lwause the centre of the globe would present a kind of mountain, up which it would be impossible to sail even' with the strongest and most favorable wind. The lineal descendants of the Flat Earth Men of old have in our time turned^ their attention to current topics, such as Evolu tion, Socialism, and any other of the. deeper problems that happen along. On a recent Sunday I fell in with' one of these remarkable people, in no less a place than Sydney domain. He had a Large crowd ro...

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 — 10 December 1910

The Press Fund. X S (1 Already acknowledged : - o» n -I Per O. W. Jorgensou (Book IS) — M.M. 2s. H.I). Is. Sliced Is - 0-10 Per IT. IS. Holland (Hunk* 8.S-I!))— G. Petrucco, Ncwtown, 10s; 1. Askew, Collarenebri, -Ss - 0 18 0 JEo-l 7 'I Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - (i 0 0 Total ' - - 00 7 4

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Open Letter To the parliament of N.S.W. Concerning the Case of Walter Stokes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

An Open Letter To the Parliament of N.S.W. Concerning the Case of Walter Stokes. HV II. K. IIOI.UXI). C4kxti,kmkx of tliu bahor Party and dcntlc iue.n .of tho Liberal Party,— TJiis is a,, open letter to each and all of you concerning tlie ease of Walter Stokes, a working man of Bro ken Hill, brutally arrested, brutally dragged for trial a thousand miles awav to a centre where class hatred predominated, brutally sentenced, and now brutally held in jail by that burlesque show which you are pleased to call a Labor Government. This is also iin indictment, gentlemen— a public stripping of the mask from the scoundrel ism of some of you, the hypocrisy of others of you, the rotten dishonesty of most of you, and the hollow insincerity of all of you. At this stage of our history, it is not necessary for Revolutionary Socialists to tell you that as Parliamentarians you are the tools (conscious or stupid) of the capitalist class. In the whole gang of you there is not one man^vhose working-class...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Genius and Madness. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Genius and Madness. UY .1. lSU'MENTIIAI.. fnnHnifil. Tin-: religious agitator and re- former present - an exactly identical form of incut. d alien-;, tioti that is apparent in the other manifold regions of thought. The probe of the scien tist enters into the quivering Mesh of \\\-- founders of the ideals and fervent- sentiment- of- the masses, and. with culm niethodic.il j a mil» sis. si iows the results of Uie compart son uf these individual structures to the ] racial type to be lower in the main aspecl- i than those who look up to them as leaders. \ The founders of all great- religions and smaller sects show umnistakea.ble signs of mental incongruity that. ' cuinbined with boldness and originality, have enabled them to subject large portions of the civilised world to their not very beneficial sway The Anabaptists of .Minister, the Ualvinists, and ?Sansenists suffered from homicidal mania. Francis of Assisi. Savonarola, Cola Da l{ienzi,Cainpanel!a, Luther, San Juan de Dios and othe...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Remarkable Resemblance. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

A Remarkable Resemblance. IIV TIIH SliAVK. In his essay. 'The Decay of Lying,'1 Oscar Wilde promulgated the theory that types and characters created by the artist aro- 'reproduced at a later period in real-lift!. A 'startling. con-, firniation of 1,1 ii- unique theory-.' is pre.se n ted in th'e similarity'1 between Hen rick 1 bson?s 'Pillars of Society,' published in 1877/ and ; -certain, in cidents and pi.M'snnalities 'iiv-'th'e'' re cent public life of this 'couh try. ? .On persual of tlnVwork, the M-e'ader' can- not fail.io perceive the extraordinary resemblance of Ihe politically .defunct Gregory Wade to Consul ^Bernick,1 the arch -vampire-hypocrite :- of Ibsen's work.-' Nor does'theTikeness' terminate! there, formally prominent 'Liberals' are prototypes' of, the characteis in -the play. .Rorlund and Ktimmel -are reincarnated in Carruthers an'd Garland, and the re cent banquott.ir.g of Wade is a dis tinct repetition of a similar function in the ' Pillars of. Society.' Ber nick i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

THE MAN HUNT. ' tiToi! Uiief! 'PliiTO lie gn--.-?' He run* like ;i dour; . On his I mots in purs .lit, pies tin.- crowd with a cliuor; Up ulluy. down sired., round tlie curnur like nmd IJo staggers, \w!s dual. 'Knock him' down! Brave, lad! ' He:s down in the mud, Jfow tliuy clutuli at liis rags! four devil, he's hurt,' si'e thu Mucu.1 on the flags. How white is. his facoj how staring iris eye.--; He gasps and cries.. ' Lot mii go if yot'i'iv men. I know I'm to Hame; I'm a thief. — well. what then — It's the lirst time. I. swear, and the loaf lav inside Of the shop over there, and the door upi.-n . wide. ]'\v a wife at death's door lying hungry and cold. With a babe at her breast, just a babe three weeks old, .And s'.ie raved for a crust; we are starving. I sa,v; Let me go, men. yuii must, oh, don't. lake me away! If you'd heard her. oil. uiuan in her fever ami cry: ' Don't hurt me. I'm ill.'' and you hadn't. been stone. You'd have moved and have- dune just (lie same as have I : Run ...

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 — 10 December 1910

Answsrs to Correspondents. Daxdhuon. — Sub. and copy received. Instructions noted, also kindly sujiuu.-itinii. Tlinnk.s. A ?i'lJi'i Brisbane. — Will print in next issue. K.V.Ojii., Broke i Hill.— Received. I. A., ? Collnruiicbri ; W V.W., llolmrt, Tas. ; W. I)., Pluttsbijrg.— Revived. Tlmnks. M.A., Melb. — Supp ii'i increased nx ordered. A.Ji., Nevertire. — * -ji«.-k numbers- forwarded, and address elian^ed. H.L.D., Mount Mnr.un, Q.— Sulis. received. Receipt books lorwurded. Good basinets. W.M., Yerriinderie. — Sub. received. Other niuiuis lidded to list Sue leading article in tins issue. K.V.C.W., Broken 1 1 ill. -Cards will be forward ed this week. Complaint re iion-delive'-y of paper will be attended to, likewise other matter.-;. II.J-.P., Hyde Park. — Answer in next issue. MrH.Jj.^F.,Balninin. — If you will make appoint ment, thro gU thin ollice, to meet .sub-committee selected for that purpose, they will dis.uu.s.s' the mutter with you.- -1 W.S., Lithgow. — Suhs. received. Tlmn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. ? The International Socialist Olli-icjl Oryiin ot Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W Uiiiiri- the emit nil rif Juial Kxecutivos, Inleniiitioiial Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarters: -7-I I'itl Slivel, Sydney. All . Knsimw.- CMiiiiinriH'iitiiMi.s to be addri'.SM'cl In I lie Manager. All Literary C'linuiumYations to lie addressed lo tin- Kditor SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — I.--, per year ; Is. |mji- quarter. New Zealand— s. pur year ; s pur quarter. Older Coimtrie.-:— Sk pur year ; 2s per quarter. 77(c InlsniMmnnl Socialist vill In: mint Flilili fi/; CHARGE l-i School* of Atin, on. conilition thai it i4 iuhj fih'.d. Obtainable from Tim International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. riii« Socialist Piirty of .South Australia. Adelaide 'Barrier Socialist Group, Broken Mill. The Socialist Party of Now Zealand. Wcllinvioii a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Column of Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 December 1910

A Column of Clippings. Rkkoi.'.m of capitalism is niuivl.v making a system of robbery more effective. Capitalist brotherhood consists in the Worker ' brothering :' the capitalist with what he earns, and getting bullets in re turn. Crime can only be truly hindered by let ting no man grow up a criminal. To make your children capable of hon esty is the beginning of true education. — John Rcskin. Socialism will give you from three to live times as much income as the wages you are now getting. The difference between the. wealth pro duced and the amount paid to the producer in wages is the 'measure of the latter's poli tical ignorance. Reader, the heaven-inspired melodious Singer; loftiest Serene Highness; nay. thy own amber-locked, snow-and-ruseblooin Maiden, worthy to glide sylph-like almost on air, whom thou Invest, worshippest as a divine Presence, which, indeed, symbolically taken, she is — has descended, like thyself, from that same hair-mantled. Mint-hurling. Aboriginal Anthropopha...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

Germany. In the (Jrankenhauseii district I'ricke, Socialist, has just been elected to the Land tag of Schwarzburg Hudolstadt by oo'l agair.st '2»S votes polled by the. bourgeois candidate. ?

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

France. A certain Professor of Law, named Bar thelemy, has' arisen and is demanding, as tin- only means to render a general strike im possible, that the right of association should I ii-- forbidden altogether. Pllinmnihe ironi cally remarks that the Professor does not go fir enough. If ho wants to be quite sale, lie must, forbid the. workers to attend meetings or to read newspapers. He must also forbid them to think. In a word, he must forbid them to exist. Vulcan must be ordered to forge intelligent machines which will direct themselves.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

Denmark. Peter Knudsiui. Burgomaster of Copen hagen, :died on October 2N. Knudsen was a veteran in the ranks of the Danish Party, and his long and Faithful services will make lii tn i-viM- rciiii'mhered hv the Danish prole tariat. He was one of the presidents at the International Congress, and the news of his death comes with awful suddenness and will lie mourned far beyond Denmark's boun daries. — .lattice..

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