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Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Sweden. Sor.ittldciiuikroleH, our Party's orga.ii in Stockholm, has just celebrated the 25th an niversary of its first appearance. It has been a daily paper since April, 1H00. The occa sion was celebrated by a special illustrated edition, in which Hjalmar Branting gives a resume of its history during the 'io years.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Slave Sale at the Barrier. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Slave Sale at the Barrier. On ? Tuesday of this week a very large crowd assembled at the; Skating Rink to hear the final decision of the mine mana gers. Again the employers emphatically re fused to consent to a decrease in the hours. .Robinson, 'the .president, ''told the miners they must finalise matters that clay and either reject or accept the terms offered. One of the reactionary element moved for a referendum, saying- it was the high est authority'Hhey could1 appeal to. This individual didn't have the nerve to move straight out to accept the mine malingers' offer, but cried foi w referendum, knowing that if it goes to a secret baliot the weak niinded and 'ignorant section of the union ists of the Barrier -will be easily manipula ted by the Labor crowd to roll up and vote to sell themselves to the mine managers for 4/^ years. The 'Reds' present, .seeing this, moved an amendment: 'That we cease work in twenty-four hours.' A long discussion eventuated, go-slow laborites wailing an...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Russia. On -.November 1 1 the Court ot Appeal pro nounced sentences against 81 persons accused of being .members of the -Revolutionary Party; three were condemned to hard labor, ten to transportation^ and most of the rest to imprisonment in a fortress. In the tobacco plantations of Ariph, near Yalta, on the Black. Sea, the most terrible exploitation of women and children has been going on. The owners forced these poor slaves to work from four in the morning till twelve at night, besides which they were often beaten by the employers. The police condemned the plantation owners to a tine of oO roubles for exceeding the legal limits. Between October 17, 190o. and October 17, 15)10, there were no less than 0,278 dentil sentences in Russia, aud S.lfi.S exe cutions, not counting arbitrary massacres.

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 — 7 January 1911

Answers to Correspondents. AiNAituniST. — Thanks; but please enclose name, in future — not for publication, of course. . , , A.W.G.M., Sydney. — Will procure maga zines' and print if possible. ' - W.E.G.; E.C.V.; G.H.T., Adain.-town; II. B., Mt. Morgan. — Received. Thanks.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Poland. Twj members of the Polish Socialist Party in Prussia have been prosecuted for offending the Essen police ofh'cials in a leaflet dealing with the Prussian suffrage struggles. Com rade Wojciercworski was condemned to three weeks' imprisonment, while comrade Zalicz was acquitted.

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 — 7 January 1911

TTie Passing Show. ] IJOXDUOTKlJ BY OTUS. A cask tluil was before the Paddington po lice: court recently, in which a young man wus charged with stealing a shilling from .Me 1.1 ruth's big grocery concern, revealed the fact that Mclhaths employ .spies to make purchases and organise cases against the em ployees. In this instance the spy was a woman, and when the case came before the court, the linn stated they couldn't put her in the l»ix because she was in the employ of a number ol city firms, and her name would have to lie divulged if she went into the wit ness box. An occupation that is so utterly reprehensible that the name of the indivi dual following it dare not be made public is surely something to be met with drastic promptitude. In every shop where the em ployment ..ur--suoh.-a..spy--.is'.,known/...there.: should he prompt downing of tools and a we! I -organised boycott of the employer's goods. In the meantime, this paper will be pleased to publish the name of Mcllrath's fema...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

LABOR. A u. iiooplu that on earth do -l-vell n lio boost -lie Tories of your race. Know what of power or pride ye tell Hath patient I,nbor for a ha.se. Hi' this alone ye {trow so great, by this ye live from day to day; lliis is the .prop of all your Slate, And want of this is vour tlwmv. J--!ii bend them not to useless toil n lio put your idleness- to scorn, jNor them for greediness despoil lo iniike like sheep but newly shorn. For Labor bears no luck in dower, Sweat needs must run for man's increase In health and wealth that merge to power 'Mid sure-fast guarantees of peace. '.- Blest and thrice blest the rugged Face And noble Front all over scars, That dies not with the d ing race, That was before creation's stars ! | G.W.S., in the Sodid-lMimmi-al.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Study of Nature. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

The Study of Nature. -*- ? BY W.H.W. Thk State Governor recently ad vised country teachers to study nature. The study of nature, lie said, was an antidote to boredom, ancl those whose lives were passed in the back country, far away from amuse ments and interests of towns and cities, would find in nature-study much that was of supreme and last ing interest. There is some truth in this, and — provided that the study of nature is not limited to the narrow groove in dicated by his lordship — some inter est and utility. A broad study of nature leads up to some immense heights of human folly, as well as to the depths of some of the hidden problems of life. The study of insects, birds, and, indeed, all life, reveals some curious facts, many of which are fatal to -the social in equalities by which kings and their deputies exist; and it is certain that those teachers who accept the gover nor's advice will not be long before they are face to face with facts which will upset many of their pres...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

To our Contributors. COKTRIBITOHH to TUB INTERNATIONAL SoCIAl.lHT are reminded that our Kpace is exceedingly limited. Therefore short articles and crisp and snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of Heeurinc pub lication. Writers are asked to note that preference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from a Revo utlon try 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 posting, leave ends open, and mark ' Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then he sufficient from any part of Australia. Address to 'The Editor.' Every contribution must hear the writer's name — not necessarily for publication. Friends and Members visiting The Inter national 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 ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

International Notes. Italy. Tub new editor of the Anmti, Claudio Troves, entered upon bin duties on Novem ber I'). Since Hissolati's resignation, Ro noini has filled bis place, hut has now also resigned the post.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY LADY'S GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

MY LADY'S GOWN. 'Tis a priceless ynwn tluit milad.y bus .. Of filmy fabrics rare. ' There aie priceless Hums on lief dainty hands And in the ripples of her hair. She is fair and good from the rose-leaf face To the silken covered feet ; And the smile that rests on the rounded lips Is womanly and sweet. But the gown is priceless still I say With its sheen of shimmering light For the delicate threads of the lace were .. wrought And a sister lost her sight. And the rustle of silk seems the weary sidi Ot the children of the mills, Who are crushed and maimed in the flying wheels Where the grinding lahor kills. 'tis a priceless gown that milady wears, And I see as she moves or stands, In the shimmer of silk or floating lace, The motion of little hands. And I seem to see in the ruby red The blood of the men of the mines ; And the lanterns shine on the face of the dead Below the earth's confines. And the pearls that gleam on the rounded throat Twin pearls to the ones 'tween her lips Are the ...

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 — 7 January 1911

S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. Tiik Party's propaganda work still goes incrrily on, and the success of it is proved by the large attendance at our meetings and the interest taken, as well as the ascession of new : members to our ranks. On Sunday, Dec. IS, Comrade Wallace, delivered an instructive and interesting ad dress on 'Capitalism, Christianity, and the Worker.'. . On Christmas night, Comrado Clarke de livered a seasonable address on ' Peace on earth and goodwill to men. ' The discussion after the addresses was spirited and mani fested the deep interest taken by the Audience in the addresses. Addresses are delivered in the Socialist Hall, Wakefield street, every Sunday night at 7.30, and we extend a heart. v invitation to all to attend and spend a couple of profit able and enjoyable hours. —26.12.10.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

The Press Fund. £ s d Already acknowledged - 5S IS o Per Aug. Gaum (liook oO.)—J. Pb'hl Is, Germi Is, A. Loos 1s, li.M. 2s - -050 Per 0. Jorgensen (Hook -IS) — H.O. Is. Joseph Friderick. 2s - - - -030 Ben Traeey - - - 0 o 0 £o!) !) U Advanced as Loans. ? Already acknowledged .-60 0 Total - Go i) 11 All communications to be addressed to 0. W. Joi'gcnsen, secretary, Press Fund Coni mittee, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney. ? A Christinas-week cable announces that Japan lias sold 60,000 stands of arms and 0,000,000 cartridges, captured at Port Arthur, to an Abyssinian agent. Peace on flarth and Goodwill! Sydney Jewellers' Union claimed a week's holiday per year on full pay, and the Wages rBoard chairman, T. .10. Spencer, flopped 'down on the demand and banged it out with a series of dull, sickening thuds. He quoted Judge Heydon, who had said that 'an em ployer would have an equal right to demand that workmen should work an additional week each year for nothing as employees had to demand an ann...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Sydney Jottings. On Sunday there was another large gath ering in the Domain. Fine speeches were delivered by Hirst (chair), Riley, Ruther ford, Mrs. Harris, and Holland. In the evening a good number attended the meeting in Martin Place. The speakers were Denford, Rutherford, and Foldhusen. At Goulhurn-strect a pohce-ofiieer who gave his name as Sub-inspector Orr peremp torily ordered the meeting to close. Pie adopted a most offensive attitude, and bom bastically refused to give any reason for his action. There were not more than two dozen people present at the time, so that the ' interference-with-the-traino ' plea won't hold good this time. The night before (Sat urday) and the night following (Monday), the Salvation Army held large meetings at the same spot without police interference, although the traffic was quite heavy on those nights. Socialists recognise that the scan dalous partisanship displayed by the police in the manner in which they suppress So cialist meetings, while al...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Broken Hill. On Saturday last, Comrade Giffnoy, one time chairman of Barrier Socialist Group, arrived by train and stayed with us for a few days. He was welcomed at a social given by the party on Saturday evening — n veryeii: thusiastic gathering, at which Socialist songs were rendered, and several toasts, including 'Our Guest,' and 'ThcS.F.A.,' were honored with great enthusiasm. Comrade Giffncy left on Wednesday with his brother Fred, for Tanunda. On Christmas night Comrade Carrack, a talented member of the Branch, left for Riverton. We hop: to hear that during our comrade's sojourn there that the seed of Socialism has been sown amongst the small farmers. It will teach them that they aie also exploited by capitalism. — 31.12.10.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Propaganda Fixtures. Domain. — Hirst (chair), Mrs. Harris, Riley, . Holland, Wilson. GoiHjBJJHx-stuket. — Hirst, (chair) , Kilcy, Feldhusen. Mautin Plauk. — Sladc (chair), Rutherford, Wilson; Piuxue AlkkkdPaiuc. — Harris(chair),Slade, Rutherford. In Victoria they havi: a Moating hull called a training ship — someone with a keen sense of the fitness of. tiling called it John Murray. The other day seven boy-prisoners en deavored to escape from the horror, but were quickly captured. In front of all the other lads, whom it was desired to terrorise, the captured lads were, brutally (logged with a heavy strap, and were then ordered to be placed on a bread-and-water diet for a week, and to be afterwards held in close confine ment for periods ranging from two to four months. They were dragooned into con senting to the brutality of this sort of punish: niesit with threats of a prosecution in the criminal courts for stealing the launch in which they endeavored .to win their way to fivdom. An ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Bible in Queensland Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

*The Bible in Queensland Schools. »Y t'.J.R. April 13th last the Federal elections 'took place ; on the same day in Queensland a referendum was taken to decide whether Bible lessons should be given in the State schools. The churches put forward every effort to get the Bible introduced in to the schools; every means, fair or foul, was used to gain their ends. Whilst the churches were working \n this manner, the politicians, with the exception of a very few, were as silent as the tomb on the subject, fearing that if they did uphold their platform (which distinctly pledges them to secular education) they would lose votes. When the Bible in State Schools Bill was before the House, two par liamentary Labor members ratted from the platform and voted with the reactionaries. Some workers fully realise that the most severe blow that has ever been aimed at the educptional system has been successfully delivered, and the work and suffering of the fighters of da}rs gone by for secular education ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. Sinbad and His Load. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Socialist Fables. Sinbad and His Load. BY W.K.W. One day when Sinbad the Toiler was very weary from carrying the Old Man of the Land on his shoulders, he came to a multi tude of men and women. The multitude marvelled greatly at the sight of Sinbad and his load; the poor fel low looked so weary, while the Old Man on his shoulders was so very fat and strong. Sinbad asked the people to help him to get the Old Man off his back, but while many were willing, some of their leaders said, ' ' No, that would be against the Law. ' ' ' Well, abolish the law, and get him off,' Sinbad; but a bishop stepped forward and said, 'Not so; God placed him there, and it would be against his will to remove him.' The people fell back in alarm at this; but a pressman interviewed Sinbad on behalf of his paper, and his remarks were printed urging that the Old Man of the Land should be taken off his shoulders. The editor then took the matter up on be half of the Old Man on the Land, and wrote some powerful arti...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelaide's Broken Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Adelaide's Broken Strike. UV H.S.C. Tjik drivers' strike is over. It was a splendid demonstration of how not to run a strike, as it began with in coinpetency and ended with disaster. From the first day of the strike until the last it was one series of blunders. First, those employers who signed the log were allowed to continue to work, and this, with the system of permits, led to endless confusion . The taking of the ballot, allowing Labor politi cians to talk compromise, and finally recommending the men to accept the Industrial Appeal Court and to reuirn to work, were all blunders. The re mit was inevitable when the politi cians were allowed to take part in the management of the fight, as all pre vious industrial troubles prove that once the opportunist politician is given a chance the men are inevitably beaten. The drivers' strike also proved — as all industrial troubles prove — the 'need for industrial unionism on class lines. Even the Government paper, the Daily herald, admitted...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Origin of Boy Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 January 1911

Origin of Boy Scouts. Auohdinc; to Ealph D. Blumenfeld, editor of the London Daily Exprets*, the Boy Scout Movement was born at Mafeking, South Africa, amid bursting bombs and flying shells. A fitting birth-place for an organis ation trained in all the arts of legalised mur der ! It is true the boys are also taught to ren der 'first aid,' etc., but does that make the movement any less war-like ? Are not soldiers detailed to do such work in every army and during every war ? Those at the head of the movement deny that it is a military organisation and claim that it is simply a training school for the purpose of teaching boys to be self-reliant and manly. That sounds very well, but we question if it is necessary to be skilled in the use of firearms in order to be self-reliant and manly ? Is it possible for a boy to be either self-reliant or manly if the right to use his reasoning powers be denied him ! The Scout is bound by oath to obey any order of his employer 'at once.' However unju...

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