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International Notes. Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

International Notes. Belgium. Thk .Brussels I'r.apli: draws interesting con clusions from tbo Frcuuli railway strike re garding the future of Socialist and trade unionist action against war. After pointing out that after all .Briaud's intimidation there were .still 15,000 wlio liad not .sub mitted, it adds: ' No, you will not succeed in militarising the public services of the !?!* Mlf ?! 1 lef I'f ifrtil li- o-M I Mkif t lwi imiiiiKii] -?+ »i )-„... it is the general strike, on the contrary, which is preparing to de-militarise your capitalist regime liy the veto of the agents of the puhlic services in case of war.' And that (says Jmlice) is the important lesson taught by the events which have just taken place in France. It lias been shown peremptorily by the light of experi ence that it is not a dead letter, that in ac cordance with the resolutions of Stuttgart and Copenhagen' thu proletariat, without distinction of frontiers, at the first alarm of U)e outbreak of war will rise in a...

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

THE ANGEL OF DISCONTENT W''BS8ti™ W°rM W!IS f'nilWl' imi1 ''' »'«'»'».' Upon their paths were sent, Tim loftiest-browed of ( 1 1 ; ? an-'el- wi- ,,.,,,,, i The Angel of Discontent. ' ' 'lUllt!l1 \\ here the crested serpent stiniw And the tiger leers and U,e «lio-wolV howl As he told of butter tiling. ' And he led man forth to the towered town And forlh to the Holds of com- ' And he told of t e ampler work ahead l'or which Ins raw; was born. And he whispers to men of those hi||,: he ^ In the blush of the golden west; And they look to the light of his lift(.u „„„ And they hutc the name of rest. In the light of that eye .loth the slave behold A hope that h high and brave, And the madness of war emus i to his blood, l-or be knows 1 ? self a slave. The serfs of wrong in the light of that eye March on with victorious songs For ji!«M-t-tn!iistl1 of thi! ris'11 c''iu!-s 'ito iiiijii' When they behold their wrongs. 'Tis by the light of that lifted eye That error's mists ate rent— A guide to ...

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 — 17 December 1910

| A Column of Clippings. Yes, there is a difference between the rich and the poor, the rulers and the ruled. The rich combine For their interests and the poor will not. The rich man's, horses are better housed and cared for than the working people from whose labor the rich man is fed, clothed and entertained. . The root of evil is ignorance. Petpetual motion — a dollar drawing in terest. The land belongs to the people, but they dont know it yet. Every right-minded man wants a home. Under Socialism he will have it. As. long as a man's' idea of prosperity is a job, he will not rise high on the social ladder, I rti. . . . r t 1 1 ___ . i . i'UB oi luiiows who were wearing prosper ity badges on the lapels of their coats in 1000 are now wearing them on the seats of their pants. Socialism will make all men neighbors. It will do more than that — it will make it possible for us* to love our neighbors as our selves. A Canton, Ohio, judge recently fined some boys who stole a pig 2 dol. per po...

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

Tramway Tangle at Brisbane. »V AI.KHKI) ITNsks J.hk men in the Brisbane tram ser vice have long been dissatisfied with the conditions under which they woi^^ndma-ny^ttenipts have been made to get them to form a union secretly, bojnehpw or,other the boss nas always got to know the men who were trying to organise, and those found guilty of talkingabout combin ing to got better conditions got the sack instead. The Co. wouldn't have a single man -on the job who favored revolu tionary organisation, and so pimps are employed, and rewarded with stripes, tor discovering the views of the em ployees and', reporting same to the bosses. Gradually these pimps have been found out by the men . Some of these stripe-hunters were at a meeting held a few weeks ago in the early hours of a Sunday morning, at which conductor Matthews entered a ?strong protest against tram workers organising to bargain with the bosses. The Courier, the most lying and un scrupulous paper in Australia, has published outrageo...

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

Queensland. Rii.kv ami Denford are holding good meetings at Mount Morgan. They are circulating literature, selling papers, and getting new subscribers in their span-, time. A recent issue of, the Mt. Morgan Chronicle re ports that at. the meetinuof the local fVmne.il. Aid. Harrup mentioned that, two m n [Kiley and Den ford] were speaking on the. street, on Sunday night, and the. police were told by them that they hud permission to do Ml. The Mayor said he had not given penniwion, and the men would be written to and notified that they were, committing a breach of the by-laws, but that action would not be taken on this occasion, as they were strangers. He said they had permission to speak on Friday night.

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

Arthor Griffith and Reckless Extremists. John Anokksox writes: In the tiendd a few days ago is a statement made by Air. Arthur Griffith at a railway extension function that ' he would be no party to the objective of reekless extremists. His policy .was justice to '' iUlu privilege io none. ' ' i do not suppose one man in a hundred would express liini self otherwise, but let it be understood that saying is one thing and doing is another In bygone days one man sold the other the same as cattle. Present-day custom allows man to sell himself if lie can find a buyer —which in many cases, especially where women are the sellers of labor power it is absolutely impossible. Those who advocate superseding this state of things are classed as reckless extremists. Can any person de fend the difference between master and ser vant tyrant and slave? I do not suppose Mr. Griffith has much to say against our reckless millionaires who are causing the wreckage of humanity hourly through ex cessive idlen...

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

The Holy City and Its Strikers. BY H.S.C. A si'kcial meeting of the Union Mortuary was held on Friday last to consider the latest development in the Straw Hatters' strike. The U.L.U. delegates were in structed by their union to attend and en deavor to prevent the strike being wrecked. jit was rather a queer old meeting, and the 'stupidity of the centre of sectionalism was demonstrated to a sickening degree by the officials. The secretary read a statement of the happenings during the strike up to date with comments. The Vice-President (who presided), in answer to a question, stated that the executive made no recommenda tion, and that what the secretary had read out was not even a report. The chairman made an appeal to members of the Mor tuary to act fairly to the firm — who had victimised Brooks — and to allow the State conciliation court to crucify Brooks. The delegates present showed that they were determined that Brooks should not be be trayed, and, as the firm had made no direct ...

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

Broken Hill. Tiik Branch has extended an invite to Swindlcy, Harry Clarke, and Ted Gi fluey to visit the Hill at Christmas.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Plea for a Real I.W.W. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

A Plea for a Real I.W.W. Ax 'Industrial Unionist' (whose letter we are compelled to considerably condense) writes: 'I was glad to see H. L. Denford's letter in your issue of Sep ?tember 10, suggesting the -formation of an organisation on the lines of the American I.W.W. Its preamble. » mi,ii i uiiuusc (luiuwiin ana would like you to publish (and which, by the way, the Sydney I.W.W. Club re pudiates), is to my mind the correct thing. [ don't think that Denford's letter was written with a view to creating further divisions, but undoubtedly there are many Socialists and others holding industrial union views who can't fall in Svith the attitude of the present Sydney Club. For a time I way a member of that Club, and my experience was that it was completely dominated by a parti cular section, who subordinated the whole of its business to their own political oppor-' tunism. 1 am not. a menik-r of any political party; perhips Jam more of an anarchist than anything else; but, I cer tainly fe...

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 — 17 December 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. - ?F. ICmv.MtDs, carter, hud his leg fractured by a falling girder at ' the City Council's power house at Ultimo. Frank Baker had his shoulder dislocated at Harrison, Jones, and Devlin's warehouse through some bales of wool falling on him from a lorry he was loading. Richard Elphick, who cut his throat at Maitland, died on Saturday. He had been out of work for some time, and was finan cially worried into destroying himself. L. Atchison, laborer, drowned himself in the Swan River,. Perth, W.A. He left a note saying he was tired of the struggle for life. While ascending in the cage at the Perse verance Mine, Kalgoorlie, W.A., P. Brind ley, miner, came in contact with the wall of the shaft at the 500ft. level and was dragged 100ft., when he fell into the plat, where his dead body was found. Naval men who mutinied at Brazil were almost annihilated, the list of their killed and wounded exceeding 200. Out of 45 miners entombed in a colliery in the Rocky Mounta...

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

Sydney Jottings. The Agricultural Department having iss d a per mit, collections in aid of the Press Fund w»ll .Ik' taken at the Domain meetings next Sunday ami the .Sunday following, Dec. IS ami 'AT. [There was again a' good attendance at the wit »-- inic class on Thursday. The lirst hour \vu.-: occu pied with a further study or Marx's Wage-Labor and Capital, after which Wilson 0|-cned a discus sum on Historic .Materialism. I In; rlas; will not meet next Thursday, but the Thursday 'ollowing the uaual studies will be resumed, and the second hours' discussion will Ikj o|R!iied by 0. Feldhu.-en. Who siiid Christina!- Tree? We all did. Congratulations from Sydney to Marry Clarke. Letter and papers at S.K.A. headquarters tor Mrs. Dora Montefiore. Mrs. Lynch writes. to the I 'arty secretary thatshc is now almost recovered from her recent seven1, ill ness, and hopes to'lw hack in tin1 light, after the new year. Slits, desires to thank .Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Harris for their attention In her ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor Party rejects its own Petition. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 December 1910

Labor Party rejects its own Petition. Thk International Socialists having pre sented the Labor Party, through Mr. Mc Gowen, with the Labor Party's petition for the release of Walter Stokes, the Labor Attorney-General, as the representative of the Labor Party, has replied to the Socialists as follows : Department of the Attorney-General and of 'Justice, Sydney, lKth December, 11)10. Sill,— J'lmve the honor, by direction of the Attor ney-Genera) and Minister of Justice, to acknow ledge the receipt, of letter addressed by you to the Hon. J. S. T. MeGowen, M.L.A., and by him presented at this Department, forwarding a peti tion for the release from custody of prisoner Walter Stoke::,' now undergoiiif; imprisonment in eonnee ti n with the Broken Mill strike, and to add that Mr llolman regrets that lie cannot re-open this matter.— I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant, J. L. Williams, J. R. Wn,-ox, Ks-|iiire, Under-.Secretiiry. Hon. Sec, International Socialist Party, ?274 Pit...

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 — 17 December 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. I5Y II.S.C. Tiik Party's propaganda work is making great progress. Wu ,llilV(- splendid at tendances iit all our 'meetings. On Sunday -night last, Miss Btliel Hsirringcr gave a grand eye-opening address on ' Women under competition,' and the lecturer showed. -a splendid grasp of her subject., iind dearly demonstrated why women want. Socialism. A spirited (lunate took place at the conclusion, showing the deep interest the large audience had taken in the lecture. -)jic Labor supporter mar velled how it Wit* that tbc Socialist move men had such splendid women in its ranks, while the Labor Party was as barren of them as a Labor politician of working-class principles. He finally recognised that it was because the 'Socialist movement was scientifically and economically sound, and therefore worth . ! fighting for, while t.ie Labor Patty was economcally unsound and scientifically rotten. On Sunday, Dei:. 1-S, comrade Jack (Junn will give an addr...

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

Christmas Tree, Concert, and Social ? 4 ? Tin-: social, concert, and Christmas tree, to be held in the New Masonic Hall, Castlereagh -street, on Friday, December 2IS, is only Is lid single and 2.-; (3d double for rive hours' entertainment. DON'T YOU MISS IT! Additional donations: Rutherford 2s; Hirst 2s (HI.

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

From the Gates of Industrial Hell. BY A KKVOLUTIONAUY. Alcidknts along the line of lode have been remarkably frequent of late, especially on northern mine?. Not a day passes without some unfortunate wage-slave goes home with a broken arm or cut head, and very often some one is crushed to atoms. On Tuesday a miner was killed by a fall of earth ; but the groans and moans of the victims of capitalism cannot oe nearu uuu-u. the roar of the industrial hell, where the wealth is produced for a few, and the un fortunate injured wage-slaves who have hklpki) to produce great wealth by sweating and toiling for just enough ? to buy a crust are not compensated, but are thrown aside like dogs. There was a very large attendance at Tuesday's night's meeting of the A.M. A. The cause of the muster was the 'Reds' endeavoring to rescind the provision recently inserted in the the A.M. A. rules that any member running for office shall sign a declaration to support and vote for every solidarity Labor memb...

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 — 17 December 1910

The Passing Show. CONDUCTKI) BY Ori'S. 1 iik Amalgamated Engineer.-- in the north east i)f England, who have been on strike for many months, in return for an advance of is per day, have tied themselves up with a Hve-y ears' agreement. As half of the advance is only to he paid when the boiler makers' strike terminates and the other half -iv immtlii: l:itnr it. Irifiku n« if ilw* nnfrtmuim had secured the worst end of a bad job. Anyhow, every lengthy agreement with the employing class is closely related to a pledge to seal) on the rest of workers. Mr. MeGowen, in giving the toast of ' Manufacturing Industries,' at the Chain '?er of Manufacturers' dinner, said that in iNtl'.t the value of primary production was £-2!-,-27S,OOO, the added value of manufac ture £'.), 207,000, or a total of £3«,4.S5,000. (n 1 !)()!- the value of primary production was £44,420,000, the added value of manu facture £14,'-HIS,OOO, or a total of £5N,i)f)0,000. But ' Premier- Jim ' ..was., yery careful to say no...

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

THE BLIND. ? ? ♦— ? Tiikv make fecund tin- fertile, aciimnis .Mirth; And munihlc husks. Tlit:y herd fat cattle on ten thousand hill' And j»iu«v u:i \Mi\isi. They dig unnumbered ton* ,„? car|Jt)ll v,-m\* And freeze withal. They weave line linen and the lines!, .silks, A lid irnrli ill riuro They rear great mansion:-: in the city's way And dwell in shuns. Ami having all at their o.ntliined command. i hey a.sk for ahn.s. —A. -iV(-tAx.\ox. in X.Y. Cull.

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

Economics of the Labor Party ,HY .1. HUWIKXTMAI.. Ai-tku. so many years of bitter struggle and strife, the Labor Party has at last obtained the reins of political Government in the Com monwealth and the States of South Australia and New South Wales. ^i-o pcuii/icii UJ tlltS , OUUUUISIS, LIJU workers have not gained one iota by the inauguration of 'Labor's'' regime. Looking at the stamp of men alleged to be representing the working-class in our Parliaments, one is immediately struck by the fact that economic justice can not be obtained through the party they represent, for that party does not re flect the revolutionary ideals of the class-conscious wage-workers, and consequently its members do not possess the. knowledge, capacity, or sincerity that .s requisite for a genuine workers' parly. Aftei the crowning of their efforts of twenty years, what practical benefits have been obtained for the wage-earners by the Labor Governments? The argument that they have not been in power a sufli...

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

To our Contributors. Co.viiitiirroHS to Tub Istbbxatiosai. Socialist hit reminded that our space, is exceedingly limited. Tim cfon- .«lmrt articles and cris|- and fiuippy par mrraj)lis will have the l-e*t chamv of svc.umij: pul-- lication. Writers are asked to no to that preference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from a Revo utlomiry Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions, exceeding 'iOO words cannot l-e. printed. Write legibly, on one sideof the paper only, ami leave good space between the lines. When postin/, leave ends open, and mark ' Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then be suflicient from any part of Australia. Address to 'Tim Editor.' Every .«r-Jitrilmtiou,. must bear the writer's, name — not ngsiiijSsarlly for publication. Friends and Members visiting Ti-ik Ixtkh xatioxal Socialist Olh'ee are urged to assist in getting business done with expedition. DON'T STAY TO TALK. We're alway...

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

of'.', I r.f Srmf fc Crry -»{ ifiiV I -\- -i - --n ir\ ili-f :cr !o -» i if. j boi.oi. u iSul)M.ri)tr. r i ? Jl^Inter^iona[ Socialist Ollkidl Organ of Revolulioiidry Sinirtlism in \.S.YV. IJlUliT llii- .-|'iil r..| ..( .l.,i,.| Kxi'i'.llliv.v, Iii1ciiiiilivii.il -ui -i.ilNls. H. E. HOLLAND, CdUor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarter* : -M I'itl Sliri-I, S\ilnr\ All Business CoiiiiMir.ii-iiiinii.- in In- :u|i|M..^,,,| to tin; Manager. All Literary Conimiiiii.-.-iiinM:- lo In' mldics-eil to the Editor '?-; SUBSCRIPIION: Australia — Is. per year : Is. pi-r tiuarlor. New Zealand — s. per year : s per qiiarlcr. Other Countries— 8s pur year ; '_'s per - | tiarfer. The. inlenwliontU Socialist mil /»? wul l''ltlil-) OP CHARGE to School* of Art% on r.imdilion that it in iuly filed. Obtainable from The International Socialist Group. Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. Tim Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide'. Barrier Socialist Group. Broken Hill. The Soc...

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