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Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Spain. Spain is suffering from an overdose ol capitalism, and the people are on. the vei-e of revolution because of the extremely high prices of all the necessities of lite will the low wages which are paid in that coun}r.v; The highest wages paid to the most skilled ??raftsmen do not exceed -Is per clay, ami range from that amount down to about 1- Gd.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Italy. In Torre Annunoiata, during the Iwst week of October,!! procession of workers was attacked by the police and forty ol the workers were shot. The police then in vaded the Chamber of Labor and took about .£'-() belonging to the organisation.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Britain. According to the Socialist Annual, work ers won II per cent of the strikes in which they were involved during 1 !-()!). They lost in 22 per cent., and compromised in (-'- per cent. At an I. f,. I\. mooting in London in favor of international peace, Herr Molkenbuhr, a Gorman delegate, said it was not jMigiami that German statesmen feared. The real reason for the huge army and navy was Germany's roars of the mighty battalions of Social Democrats. M . Jaures, the French delegate, and Herr Yandervolde, the Bel gian representative, supported Herr Molkenbuhr. A similar demonstration was held at Bradford, where (HXH) people attended. .

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

United States. The strike of the necktie makers of New York City has been won and all demands of the strikers have been granted. .Win. J. Schiner, Socialist candidate for mayor of Yincland, N.J., spoko daily to *?!?» »n*/1c i if ?lliiillf. (\(h) rVftiti flirt ii»irw \i \\\f itf -lwt jail in the place, where he was confined be cause he made a public exposure of the olhoial crookedness of some of the city oll'icers in a public speech. ' Evsry tree that V-ringeth not forth good fruit shall be hewn down and cast into the lire' is the motto of a new Socialist paper. The Am, published in EastSpcncer, N.C. By a unanimous vote, the Lockport local of the American Flint Glass Workers re cently endorsed the Socialist ticket, and in structed the secretary of the organisation to urge the co-operation of the other unions of the city in electing a Socialist Administra tion. At a recent meeting of the Machinists' union in Schonootady, N.Y., resolutions were adopted endorsing the platform and candid...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peace on Earth. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Peace on Earth. ItV II. I-:. HOLLAND. Pkamxc bells and vibrating organs will soon pour out in musical torrents the message of Peace on Earth. From a multitude of pulpits white robed men and men in sombre garb will oreach carefullv-nrenared ser mons constructed around the birth, life and death of one who came into the world some twenty centuries agone 'with a message of ' Peace on Earth '—a message the angels sang in the eastern heavens on the morn of his birth (so the legend runs). even as six hundred years earlier the company of shining ones sang an almost precisely similar song to herald the birth of the Bhudda under almost precisely simi lar circumstances. While the bells are swinging and clanging and the organs' golden notes are rolling and reverberating, let us — the workers — ask ourselves what it all means. Let, us probe the depths of the sincerity of those back of the bell-ringing, the organplay ing, the anthem-singing, the sermon making. It is not necessary to tell readers ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

International Notes. Germany. In the Reichstag the Chsuureflnr. Dr. ISeth niann von Hollweg, declared that the So cialists were morally responsible for the Moabit riots. This led to an extraordinary tumult in the Chamber. The Socialists leaped to their feet, and shouted 'impu- dent lie.' There was donfpnimr !?»,?,...?? until the Chancellor resumed his seat. Eighty-six Socialists were elected in the recent Gorman landtag election, from the fourth district of Berlin. In the Reichstag, a jingo speech by the Chancellor was met with :i strong protest from the Socialists against army increases. The Socialists declared that the Government did not desire peace, but was preparing for the bloodiest wars. 'The future be longs to the league of nations,' they .-raid.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Merry Christmas! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

A Merry Christinas ! BY II. L. DENKOiil). Giuustmas! the season of peace and goodwill to all men. So runs the Christians phrase. ' Peace and goodwill to all men!' cry the Christian nations as they build mighty Dreadnoughts .by the score. Poo/Hi Oil/ I f -?/?*!?* /I tWll 1 !'' l.W*llM f.lltt Governments of the world, as they organise vast armies by conscrip tion. 'Peace and goodwill!' re-echo the Churches, while human beings starve and rot in the slums of the great cities. ' Peace and goodwill to all men !' cries the Capitalist Class, as it locks out its wage slaves to enforce worse conditions. ' Peace and goodwill!' echo the Class Courts of 'Justice,' as they sentence strike leaders to long terms of imprisonment. ' Peace and goodwill to all men ! ' echo the working class, as its mem bers scab on one another in times of industrial strife. * ? * * Was ever such -a horrible lie in vented? Peace! Peace! wlien there is no peace. How can there be, when those who labor are downtrodden and ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SANTA CLAUS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

SANTAjCLAUS. Wbo is Siiiita Cl.iu.-f. iM.iiniiiii ii,..,,.-» it ho got lota of l.,ys ' l:l-s To bring ) round uv.-r.v C|,ri«lllHU5 tit f all the girls and lM)yS. ' And if I hung my stocking up, oll a |Jwl t or n ohair, l Would lie bnngmea rocking-horBu, or a doll or a Teddy boar? 1 foar, dear child, that Santa Clans won't call on us this year, Because your daddy's out of work, and things arc all so dear And he is just like other folk, that now pa-s by our door, l They smile when fortune favors us but trpwn when wo arc poor. But, mamma, dear, th^'s Uuhy Brown that lives up at the Square ' Her father never works at all, but Santa Glaus calls there; And teacher says slurs stupid, and as naughty as can be, Yet he brings her clothes and toys and books, but none for you or mo. ' Yes! Mr. Brown is one of those who do no userul labor, Hut whom our laws to-day permit to fatten on their neighbor; But we must help to speed' the day when Santa Claus will see, That all shall share alike his gift...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Vision. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

A Vision. I skh a world where thrones have crumbled and where kings are dust. The aristocracy of idleness has perished from the earth. I see a world without a. slave. Man at last is free. Natures forces nave by science oeen enslaved. Lightning and light, wind and wave, frost and flame, and all the secrel subtle powers of earth and air are tireless toilers for the human race. I see a world at peace adorned with every form of art, with music's myriad voices thrilled, while lips are rilled with words of love and truth— a world in which no exile sighs, no prisoner mourns; a world on which the gibbet's shadow does not fall: a world where labor reaps its full re ward, where work and worth go hand in hand; where the poor girl in ''lying to win bread with the needle — the needle, that has been called ' the asp for the breast of the poor' — is not driven to the desper ate choice of crime or death, of suicide or shame. I see a world without the beggar's outstretched palm, the miser's hearl le...

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 — 24 December 1910

Answers to Correspondents. Dandelion.— Thanks. Sub. received. O.C.B., Ovingham, S.A.; C.C.,Port Pino, S. A.— Received. Reply by letter. E.V.C.Tu., Broken Hill.— Sub. roceiml. A.E.W.— Received. M.O'D., Perth, W. A.— Papers forwarded. Thanks. RuvonmoNAKY, Broken H ill .—Compelled to hold over till next issue.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Golden Bag. A Romance of Barefaced Sham. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

The Golden Bag. A Romance of Barefaced Sham. »V W.K.W. I. In Barefaced Sham there wore two races— a race or dwarfs, and a race of giants. The giants were huge Allows of 'tremen- dous strength, but though they were strong, they wore vurv frm-it-in mui i-;.-wii ? i. ? i w o-*-«-« '-iiu '^''-w^- in 1,1,11 ruii, rlioy were groat toilers, and made wonder ful improvements in every part of the coun try. They wore good miners and metal workers, good farmers and woolgrowers, car penters, bricklayers, and general laborers. They were very playful, and indulged in many different kinds of sport. They were fond of music, singing, and dancing, and they built great theatres where the best ac tors could stage plays for their amusement. T« ken as a whole, they were a good-natured, honest race, more like overgrown children than men and women. Like children, they attached great importance to dreams and visions, and wtuld pay more attention to the recital of ???a beautiful dream than they would to one o...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

The Social, Concert, and Christmas Tree, to be held in the New Masonic Hall, Sydney, THIS FRIDAY EVENING is only 1 s 6d single and 2s 6d double for five hours' entertainment. Free entrance and Presents for the Chil dren.

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 — 24 December 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Nixk moii were killed on N.S. W. buildings during the past year, ami 2'i \v--re injured. Thirtnpn people have been killed and I'io injured by an explosion of gas-lanks and some dynamite at a Xuw York power station. Williau: Cramen. working on a l.-jM-ge at Adelong. while putting up sheer legs, fell and sustained internal jnjuries, as the result of which he died in an hour. Geo. Kent, painter, . full from a scaffolding in a Sydney building on which he was employed, and frac tured his skull. Henry Coppeck . and Michael Flannery, wharl'hi borers, were in jured while working on the s.s. Canonbav at Pyrmont. Christopher Hesler, a -seaman on the Union Co.'s collier Pukaki, was killed while 'working in. th'e.steamer's hold at Wellington, X.%. ; ??'? Thomas Moss, butcher's em ployee, was thrown from a cart in Redfern, and sustained : 'lacerations about the head and face,, and an in jury to the left shoulder. Charles Bell, employed 1/y the Masssey-Harris Co., had...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peace on Earth in the Holy City. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Peace on Earth in the Holy City. ' Military and police in the streets,' w:i-; a daily paper headline of Saturday last con cerning Adelaide. Military and police un der orders from a Labor Government to drive the unionists from the streets and pro tect tin- blacklegs and the robber class that i...,l.-,.c tunic nf t.bfiin. Judged by press reports to hand, Lab--r- member Blimdell deserves credit for the no tion taken by him on Tuesday. Jack Gunn, president of the Drivers' Union, says: ' Exception has been taken tu my statement that the Avorkcrs can expect . nothing from the Industrial Court of Ap peals while Judge Homburg presided over it. I would say the same of any judge. Those judges have lived in a conservative environ ment, and are naturally and inevitably out of sympathy Avitli us.' ? Labor-member Smeaton told a press in terviewer, re the strike: ' I think the time has come when the Government can very Aiell interfere, and suggest that the Commis sioner of Police should show a clo...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTUS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

j The Passing Show. | t:OXI)UOTKl- 'BY OTIJS. A vKKDiiT that seems tn call fur further ac tion has been recorded at Cobar, whore, after a short retirement, the jury found that. Thomas Horatio Wells was accidentally lulled by falling down the main shaft of the limit Cobar mine, and then added a rider i.. ll... -.ft'..j.t 4K.I{ *. 4 tl... I.!..... ..£ Li... LV.i... I ! 1 .. the eastern compartment of the shaft was unprotected or. the north side, and the nccesr *nrij provision for xajqiuardinu the mme, in accordance with the Mines Inxvccliun Act a) 1001, wax not complied with. It seems to The IxTEitNAxroxAL.SociAi-i!*r that somebody connected with the; Great Cobar mine is due for a prosecution for murder or manslaughter; but the chances are that there won't lie any prosecution, not- withstanding. The' killing of a mere man in the interests of profit-making isn't nearly so serious a thing as going out on strike and jeopardising the profit-makers' interests. S. A . Premier .Verran declar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PEOPLE'S POET. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

THE PEOPLE'S POET. [Foil Tub Intkknwtion.u. Socialist.] BY (.iUS .AXDEHSOX. £u.MB(luy will a pout urisu, . | . Sonic day in tlie years to be, Who will dug for tliu people; the people, In a tune when the people are free. Jl is soul will be given to Beauty, IIis life will be linked to the Truth, His heart will be wed to a noble Desire, And the world will rejoice in his Youth. When the fears of the present an; conquered, And all men have leisure and rest, 'When Art is restored to the many, . Hu will j;ivc to the many his best. His song will be snng in a rapture, His lines thrill with music, love-taught; His words will lx! glowing with' passion In the web of the Beautiful caught. tioinu tiny Kill a port arm:, Sunn: tlaij hi tin: ymvx U- In:, )Ylu- will nintjjor tin: pi'ople.—tln- punph; In n linn: irlirii tin: pi'npli: -nv ,/iw.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

Friends and Members visiting Tnio Intbk natioxai, Socialist Office are urged to assist in getting business done with expedition. DON'T STAY TO TALK. We're always busy; and the delays we are subjected to in the' 'daytime we have to make up for by working through the night hours. Committee and General Meetings. The following meetings will be held at 274 1'itt reet, Sydney, during the forthcoming week :— Thursday, 7— S.F.A. Administrative Council. Thursday, 8— Economic Class. Monday, ~.o0 p.m. — Club Executive. Monday, S.oO p.m.— Joint Executives. .Monday. '?). lo p.m. — Party Executive. AD J M 1 through this para im/U mcun that Y0UR SUB_ SCUIPTION WILL EXPIRE WITH NEXT ISSUE, and must be renewed with in ten days from date of this issue if you wish the paper to continue. If your Sub scription is not renewed within the time stt.ted, the Executive will take it as an inti mation that you wisli to have the paper dis continued. Take then your paltry Christ, Your gentleman God. WE want the c...

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To our Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

To our Contributors. ? . ? T ? Contkiiiutoks to Tuk Intkhsatioxai. Son.u.isr sire roniiwkd that our space is exceedingly limitud. The efore short articles and crisp and snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of securing pub lication. Writers are asked to note that preference will be given to articles .dealing with current industrial uml rvnl.tw.ol .n'.,iito fmiTI II T}(-vnlllt.lnil!irV Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding 500 words cannot be printed. Write legibly, on one side of the paper only, and leave good space between the lines. When postinur, 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.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Redeemer. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

0 The Redeemer, u TKAXSLATKIJ KHO.M THK UKKMAX IIV II. JUKHKS. Mokk than nineteen centuries have passed since the birth of the son of the Niizarene carpenter, proclaimed to mankind as the Redeemer, [n a dark and dreadful period of disintegration of the old Roman Empire, when millions were sinking in misery, in slavery, and debasement — in that dark social night the ' Morning Sun of Christian Redemption' rose, greeted by the disin herited and dispossessed of the earth with pious faith and exultant hope. And:, again to-day the bells of numberless churches in numberless cities and villages will pro claim the re-advent of that joyous day — in palaces and cottages alike joy will reign to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of the Reedecmer. But where is the Redemption? Are there not to-day millions succumbing to the same suffering as those of thousands of years ago? And are they not trampled upon by the rich — the same as then — the rich for whom the entrance into Heaven has been pro ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 24 December 1910

CHRISTMAS TREE THIS FRIDAY EVENING.

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