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Poland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Poland. Reports from Poland show that Russian policy has not in any moderated. The most repressive laws are still being enacted against the Poles, many of whom, regardless, of age or sex, have been thrown into prison and treated in a shameful manner. For 138 years Poland has maintained a relentless guerilla warfare against her op pressors, and she will continue her light for freedom until that freedom has been ob tained.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Greece. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Greece. The peasants in Thessaly are in revolt. They have been trying to attain tho expro priation of a part of the privately-owned land and its division among the peasants. This, indeed, sounds very revolutionary, hut in Greece it is nothing extraordinary, as Parlia ment has several times passed Mills to ex propriate individual estates in Thessaly. Hut the expropriation was not actually carried out, as Parliament always pointed to the empty State Treasury, saying that it would be necessary to compensate. the expropriated owners, and that this was obviously impossi ble. But the economic condition of the pea sants has become so unbearable that they could stand it no longer, and they have tried peaceable methods in vain. The centre of the revolt is Karditza, where a great num ber of armed peasants arc maintaining a threatening attitude. Wherever there are large estates they have taken possession and driven the owners away, only sparing es tates which are in the hands of Mahomet ans. T...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

International Notes. Great Britain. Tin-: following won: among the resolutions carried at the S.I). P. Conference: ' This Conference requests all members of the, S.D.I', who are eligible for membership of existing trade unions to join the unions of their respective callings, and having joined, to carry on a vigorous campaign on behalf of Socialist principles and also in favor of the ultimate amalgamation of all unions on the basis, of class and not craft.' 'That this Conference alHrms the soli darity of the workers of all nations and pro tests against the ever-increasing armaments, regarding them as a growing menace to the [K-ace of the world and as inimical, to the interests of the working classes ; ana urges upon the (lovernmcnt the establish nient of the entente with (Jermany. and appeals, to the working classes to resist to the utmost any policy of the (Jovermnent likely to lie provocative of war.' 'That wars being the natural and un avoidable result of the capitalist regime, th...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FACTORY MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

A FACTORY MOTHER. A l'Ai.E sweet face, with brave eyes, ami u band Of soft, brown lmir that peeps beneath the shawl, And close, against her breast a moving head— Her cliild'H — for whom she braves tin; wild wind's brawl. Tin- rain )-eats in her face, yrt she lights, on, The whistle's, shrilly music in her ears ; 1b others' arms win; leave* l-er little noil, With other hands- to wipe his childish tears. She flings, the shuttle to the whirling loom, And marks the. bird lly by on eager wing ; And almost wishes she, tooj were a bird, That she might hear her wee bird laugh and sing. Night conie.--' slowly, and she sees at last Her home and infant. Sweet the blessed night— Ho sweet that sometimes she could almost pray That nevermore would conn.' the cruel light. So, one by one, the days, weeks, years go by — Whilst motherhood is slowly, subtly slain'; Its few fair flowers-am stolen from her sight, Hut she wears all its thorns of care and pain. AVhat would Christ think if He should stand t...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

This paper congratulates Melbourne Mav mg with traitors and opportunist*. , Fred Ri|uy writes, from Adelaide — iKhiic oi 1 in.: Intkux.vti»x.\i. S«x-i vmot \v copt tins as the sentiment that penSes -J comrades here.' ? '- . , cs -l' ?I. Uoodie, Hrokull Hill, sends the ivunc 'it is .1 gieat improvement in tlie mnor ? it is very good indeed.' , P P ' Messrs. Hxitlor and O'Connor' were given -x maKinheent reception onthcir arrival ft^l This paper congratulates Melbourne Alnv 1% with fetors and oppi,i-u,,,jst« te,NN;i:;idn^,rb'tisi\:r()m?dr!1 knowii, and Avhat p 0 i'tio, ' f T' 8ho U- new^hSv1''1111^'111 ^P'P''s archicalsyste,n-tb lerit '.lr;Vayingmt-n; and shameful past , 'if ? m\-a cruo1 ImUir member Aiirnni CJiukkith. The;rea.l issue is Socialism!

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Revolutionary Unionism Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Revolutionary Unionism JiY KI.'(iK.NK V. UK US. I 'iiiiliiniril. Tmo ino(l(3 of production ainc-u tl ml til i u«. luis boon practically revolution-! isud. Tho luuul tool lia.s ;ill but, -lit=- apponruil. The niainnioMi machine; has. taken Us plnco. Tho hand tool 'was made and u.sed by tlio individual ?\vorkor and was largely within his owji control. To-day the machine that lias supplanted the old tool is not owned nor controlled by tho man, or ralher the men, who use it. As I have already said, it is the pri vate property of some capitalist who may Jive at a remote point, and never have seen (he machine or the Avage slaves who operate it. In other 'words, the production of ?wealth, in the evolution of history, from being an individual acl a hall' a century ago lias 'now become a social act. The tool, from heingan indivi dual tool, has become a social instru ment. So that the tool has been so cialised and production has alsol-een socialised. .Hut evolution is yet to complete its work...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
About the Labor Party. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

About the Labor Party. NY .1. K. WILSON. Occasionally we of the Socialist Party are asked why AVe oppose the labor psirty, some of our friends con tending that the labor party is a So cialist nartv. while others declare that, although the labor party does not openly profess to be a Socialist Party it is at least helping to build up the Industrial Commonwealth. Now, to understand whether the labor party is a Socialist parly or not, it is necessary to understand what Socialists aim at, and also what the labor party aims at. In the first place, let me say that the Socialists seek to make all the means of producing the necessaries of life the common property of all — which postulates collective ownership of those things which to-day are pri vately owned. Now, can it be said that the labor party advocates collec tive ownership of the means of pro duction ? Take the utterances of the re sponsible spokesmen of this so called labor party. Can anyone point to a single speech delivered by any...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

? ' ? ? ? Propaganda Fixtures. D.;M.;,-J,i,,er(,llilir)iIIwkinf:)M(,)()|uil(liHoU r.\iiK-MTiii!KT-Milli'r (chair), 3K-I)Oiiiil,| ( W

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCISCO FERRER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

v^i FRANCISCO FERRER. — -«- — Hi; slrovu lu, .sjH'iuvil tho li^lil in (lavkusl Spain, ? ,' ' To toacli llioclii!d,ic- lovcum! souk tlio Truth , To likM'iilu.lliu uiifolding mind of yovilli. ? That Clmrdi mid Statu-y or;il\y H-'.soiidiaiii. Lost llicir doiuinion o'cir,.t|io. Loilur.s wium, T.uslT.yninnyi'lIc''loiloi.ij),y^'pii1ila freed, Tho vilo 'oppressors 'planned lliis bloody ' fiend— ? . ? And by 'their'' iiuensed'-miird'rers lie was .slain'. ' '/' ' ' . Another vieliin.pf the tyrants' laws ; , ?_ Another cViiue'liy'k'oldiwVpi'k'st, and king; Another blow at human liberty ! ' Comrades of Spain in Freedom's deathless 'Cause ! From every land your brothers' protests ring : What shall ;/»er answer to this mitral lie ? — T.S., in Frralnm.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sanctity of the Home Life [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

The Sanctity of the Home Life BY THOMAS m'|-0XAU-. 1 am not naturally given to moralising. it was close on midnight and a full .moon was shining brightly in the heavens,; which may explain all. The author of my fall Wus wending his way home, seemingly engaged in the art of navigation than in the medita tion of those deeper questions which trouble the human mind. I am a Socialist. He may not have been all that was to be desired as a convert, but I had heard of, 'Seed sown by the wayside, the possibilities of hypnotism, and the subtle influence of suggestion.' Could I hut catch this mind in a state of plasticity? What possi bilities! v* ' U These thoughts passing through my mind, together with my youthful impetuosity and zeal for the cause, decided upon tins course of action. 'Good evening!' The force necessary for reply, being chiefly expended on a balancing process, the result was an unintelligible mutter. My second attempt at opening a conver sation met with greater success. ' A ho...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPRISONMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

IMPRISONMENT FUND. Previously acknowledged . 7) 7 (5 Mrs. McXainara - - 0 1 0 McDonald - . -010

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. Tin: socialization of the mean* of production, dis tribution, and exchange. 2. Statement of Principles. The present form of Society rents on privateown ersbip of the land and the' machinery (tools) of production. .the owners ot most ot the land and the machin ery of production constitute what is economically known as the capitalist class. Hence the use. of the term, ' The capitalist form of society.' This form of ownership divides society in nil countries into two distinct and opposing classes — the capitalist class and the working class. The working: class produces all the wealth Mint sustains society, while it is held in complete econo mic and industrial subjection to the capitalist class, which lives on the wealth produced by the working class. To enable the working class to wage the class war, it must lie fully conscious of the wrongs iii Ilicted upon the worker.-- by the capitalist class; and it must orga...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

ELECTION FUND. Previously iu-knowled^fil - ? . ?_-(', \ ^

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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The Working-class Movement in America. (Editor, Chicago Daily Socialist). [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

The Working-class Movement in America. .15 Y A. M. SIMONS ? (Editor, Cliirwju Daily Hwialixl) '-' Tiikrk has been a quickening of new life in every phase of the American labor movement during the last three months. For nearly five years there has been inaction and lethargy. In spite of the tremendous con centration of capital, and its relent less agressions, it seemed as if the workers of the United States were contented in their misery. To be sure, the literature of Socialism was : increasing at a marvellous rate. Magazines were rilled with matter dealing directly or indirectly with Socialism. The general principles of Socialism were permeating every where. But this sentiment refused to crystalise in any action. Now a sudden change seems to be in process. The pressure of con stantly rising prices and the aggres sions of the courts seems' to have fur nished the spark that promises to fire the mine. Of course it is still too early to be sure that anything definite, will fol low. As I...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

PRESS FUND. Already aekiuwledged - 27 IX 1 Per O. Jorgensen (Hook 30)— Anseline Is, Hulthen 1, H.D. 1s. Total - -OHO Per J. Wilson (Hook :52)— SheAvd Is, tt.K. 2. Total - 0 3 0 £2H 4 1 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - 6' 0 0

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Set Them Free ! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Set them Free ! — .* — BY n.K.II. Itoiiclu mil1 gluoiiiuil the prison I'ull AVhoro \viisti!-l.oiu: in slow (Uiulinu, For uttcrinj; simple words of mini;, Ami lovinj: Freedom sill too well. — WiirmKi;. Wiiilk all of us Avill rejoice that Messrs. .Butler, O'Connor, Mutton, and May have been released, the Avhole working-class mind of Austra lia Avill revolt in indignation and dis gust at the vindictiyeness of the class rulers of this State towards Mr. Peter Bowling and in. a somewhat leaser degree ' toAvards' 'Messrs. Brennan. Burns, dray, and LeAvis. What this paper insists upon, and what it wants the. working-class of this country to recognise, is that these men should never have been in jail. They trcve thrown tharaiuijvutly. This is as true of the case of Stokes and Mayas of all the others-; and the Government's action in decreeing that Mr. Bowling— an honest man whose life is far-more creditable to the country than that of any of .the men concerned' in jailing him — must remain in...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Socialist Press. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

The Socialist Press. Orn new paper is now an accom plished fact. We are printing Thr NTKKNA'I'IONAI- SOCIALIST Oil OU1' OW11 plant at premises situated at (-1 (roulbiirn-street, Sydney. The plant consists of a Dawson wharfdaJe ma chine, type. etc. ah eiet-u iu.u jnoior drives the machine, and the premises are lighted by electricity. The total cost of the whole plant is over £150, which liability has to be liquidated in monthly instalments ; and to li quidate this the Press Fund is now open. ( )n every hand it is freely ad mitted that Tub Jntkknatjoxal So cialist is the finest effort yet made in N.S.W. in the way of a Socialist press. Its high standard can be maintained, and will be maintained —but it will take money to do it. Will you help in this direction ? Sixpence or a shilling a week from each of a hundred friends would wipe oft' our Plant .liability in a very short space of .time. If you can't give much yourself, you can take a collect ing book and perhaps persuade others to a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Order from the Secretary, Literature Committee, 274 Pill- jj street, Sydney. I S.F.A. Post Cards. I I. 'What the Labor Party hasjiot for the Politi- \ e.mn with Compiilrtiry Arbitration— Osborue ; Park, Gore Mill, tlic residence of Mr. W M 3 Hushes, M.]'.' ; and 'Wbal tliu Labor Karty f has got for the Workers with Compulsory Ar- j bitration— Miners' Mansious at I'lattsbur-:. \ ^. -'Coal Country Cmtrasts.' 'The roidcn'ee of \ ? Mr. Alux. Ross (WallM-n.l Con) Co.). Platt-- i bur-,'';and 'Miners' Home.: on Walk-nd i Co. s restate at Plattsburj.'.' 8# '«-'lilien! iUn y\''l1- |jU-'-' '1-iu Town, uallsend,' and 'Miners Holm's. 4. 'The Red Flag Brigade'— jailed fur i.rote-im' aganiht thu Coercion Act. c ?3. ME. Molhuul-scntenwl to two y,,Uv hard labor in Allmry J-.ul i,jr -eilition tor ;i .ihtc b in connection with tin; Jlrukcjii Mill Loi-'kont. II. UW!) Conference Delegates. One. Penny Kadi. Assorted IVki-u c, f,,r 4,1 „., , , Postage Kxtrn. \\ holesale Irom (.Jenend Tn-asnrur, S I- v ?-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Tl,. MUuAna 9ft Pamnhlets at Is M per Aot. POST FIIKK. Women & the Social Prohlem ( JJ«y.!rill^n''l ., :/ The Involution of the Class Stride ( ' -.fW' :'\ Revolutionary Unionism (Kn«eue \ . Uelw)' -- Waisc J-alMir and Capital ( Karl Marx) -- The Man Under the Machine ( A. M. Mni»'«) -- The Mission of the Working Class (0. V ail) -M Parable of the Water Tank (K. Bellamy) Wliv 1 Am a Socialist («. I-. llerron) . '-M Science ami Socialism (K. Hives la Monte; .. A Sketch of Social Evolution (Hoyil-Mai-kuy) I'd You and Your Job (C. .Sandburg) -- Class Unionism (Eugene V. Debs.) _ -- The Philosophy of Socialism (A. M. Simons) -'- An Appeal to the Young (Peter Kmpotkin) -d Industrial Union Methods (W. K. Traminanu) -M The .Seal) (Jack London) -- Revolution (Jack London) . '-- Marx on Cheapness (Trans. Hive.- la Mmite) -M From Revolution to Revolution (li. llerron) -M Industrial Unionism (Kugeiie V. Debs) -d New Socialist Catechism (B. Biix & H. Uuelrh) 3d The. Materialist C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Socialist Literature. -_^~- ? s* ? ~ ? ISrumiiiifc Anrinm-iit for Industrial mionism ^ wSiS^-.^^'11 j;J Industrial Unionism (Tom Mimn) Wl.atiHuSW.l.(A. M. S;n..»ns Luiior Movement in Hiwsm (SMatlo\\!-ki - jji ffirfthHinnu-ml or Wa^,Boar.hj ;J,} Econo.ni«; Pon...1uti».w of Aiwtruliaii l*.l.tu* M Triumph Under Trust (H. AV . Leo) -- Commercial Morality .- 7, ? DulMto on Socialism (CkMiiciimui-Jaun.-; -- Tim Capitalist Class. (Kimtaky) - Tim Frolftariat (Kautsky) - ThBCIaKHStniggMKantaky) , :, The Socialist Commonwealth (KamskjJ -- Economic* of Labor (H. Qiu'lch) . -' .Socialism ami the Worker (K A; N.rj:O -' The Future of Woman (H. Burrows) --l

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