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Socialist Fables. The Coronation: A Fantasia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

0 Socialist Fables. H The Coronation : A Fantasia. BY W.Il.W. Tn k present King of the Bogan waited many years for the Brass Plate of Kingship to des to him, but at last the old King died, and the present monarch got his chance. He announced that the coronation cere mony should be an affair of grandeur, and should be held some time before the corona tion of King George of England, so that leading men from all parts of Australia could have an opportunity of witnessing, both ceremonies. In accordance with his plan, he issued in vitations to all Federal and State politicians to be present at the ceremony, and an nounced that numerous coronation honors would be distributed thereat. There was a big rush to 'his capital, Bre warrina, on the day of coronation, for Aus tralians are a very loyal people to Kings, and would walk from one end of the con tinent to the other to see one, or would un dertake a journey of sixteen thousand miles by steamer to see another. Federal and State officials ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The London Murders. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

The London Murders. — » The Revolutionary Socialists have never yet made a militant pronouncement against the ruling class without some unfortunate opportunist arising to protest. That some one should lift a squeal over the Party's re solutions condemning the London murders was, therefore, to be expected. In the eaDitalist mnors a tatter amiears over the name of J. Moroney, setting forth, in effect, that it wasn't a Socialist meeting that protested against the brutality of Churchill's action, that the resolution con nected the Anarchist movemjnt with that of the Socialists, and assuring the bour geoisie along with the rest that those Mr. Moroney claims to speak for strongly disap prove of the International Socialists' atti tude. Now, only a very reckless person, or a very stupid one, could make it appear that the Revolutionary Socialists link the two movements together. ' The Socialists don'; accept the philsophy of Anarchism; but every man who understands Socialism knows that the w...

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 — 21 January 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. j Fur if liltiiut In1 tin1 prin: of all your in'nllh, (i'ihhI (!(-(!! in' /nice, jiititl il in full! Just before Xnias, C. Cesave — one of our most indefatigable workers — fell down the hold of the s.s. Period at PortPiric, and sustained a sprained ankle. Cecil J. Palmer Nason, Greek and Latin scholar, died of hunger in a lodging house at King's Cross, London. He had been dead several days when his body was found. A shocking accident happened to a young man named E. Jenkins, at Brunton and Co. 's Hour-mills at Clyde. He was employed installing a new electric light plant, and, whilst standing on a ladder and loaning over some shafting and a fast travelling pulley for the purpose of fastening the electric wires to the wall, was dragged down, his left hand having been caught in the wires, which tightened as the machinery travelled]* and eventually cut off the forearm above the wrist. The unfortunate man revolved with' the machinery until released, but the a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

At this week's meeting, during the second hour of the economic class, Rutherford will open a discussion on 'The Iron Law of Wages.' The following Thursday, the dis cussion will be on ' Revolutionary Union ism,' opened by Wilson. Bert Cogan readied Sydney last week, having wandered, per boot,' from. Mel- bourne. He looks well after his long jour ney. The .secretary of the Building Laborers' Union says there'll be a strike unless certain tilings hapuen. If there is a strike this paper will wager that the Labor poli ticians will try to wreck it. 'The rates for money were firmer in Lon don this week.' This item of news-should restore^ confidence among the victims of capitalism who sleep under the rocks in the Domain. H.L.D. : 'He leads a clog's life ' is a chunk of crank philosophy thrown at a man who has serious domestic trouble/ If the life of the dog of the rich society lady is .me'iut, the average worker would not mind leading a dog's life. Mental Dynamite— an excellent propa gandis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, 3. — Itiloy (chair), James, Wilson, Rutherford, Mrs. Harris. Goui,buhx-stui3kt, 7.15.— Hirst (chair), James, Riloy. Martin Pi.ack, 7. lo.— Harris (chair) , Ruth erford, Walsh, Mrs. Harris. Redfiskn Tunxkl, 7.15— Slade (chair), Wil son, Dcnford. Friday. Daklixoiiuust, 7.15.— Den ford (chair), Rilcy, James, Blumcnthal, Rutherford.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stokes at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Stokes at Broken Hill. BY A REVOLUTIONARY. Walter Stokes, one of the victims of Wade and Co. aided by the Labor Party, was released from Par ramatta, Jail a few days ago, and ar rived here by coach on Tuesday of this week. Wasn't a sonl to meet h'm. What a contrast! When May was released, on his arrival at Sydney station, you couldn't get near him for_ Labor politicians. That was be fore the elections. The A.M. A. severely censured the Labor Government for refusing to release Stokes, and called upon Grif fith to resign. Griffith replied, say ing he was really surprised at the A.M. A. making such a noise over a confirmed criminal. It is surmised here by many that he also wrote to prominent P. L.L.-ers and 'nob- bled ' them. That night they rolled up in full force, and moved that the matter re Stokes' be allowed to drop. An amendment was moved again em phatically protesting and calling upon Gnmih to resign. Just as this was on the verge of being carried, the cry was raised that Stokes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Answers to Correspondents. . D.O'S., .Fit/roy. — Thanks' for letter. ' E.V.O. Til'., Broken Hill; W.S., Litbgow; G.A., Childcrs.'.Q'.; M.O'D., Perth, W.A. — Subs, .received. Thanks. RiovoLmnxAifv, 'Broken 'Mill. — Received. B.B., Dubbo.— Received. Notr)os?ible to supply' Rer-ie)o (Chicago) of date desired. _ If your next-door neighbor is an anti Socialist, dynamitu. him— that.' is, send him ? Mental Dynamite. It will cost. you M,

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Release of Walter Stokes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Release of Walter Stokes. Wai.tku Stokics was recently released from Parramatta Jail, but t.ne date and time of his release was kept a profound secret, and no one in Sydney was aware that he was free until his arrival in Broken Hill was announced. In connection with Stokes's release, as well as that of Peter Bowling, the N.S.W. Labor Government followed very closely the ex ample set them by Wadi; when Gray, Burns, Lewis, and Brcnnan were released. Of course, one may easily understand the Labor Party's desire to prevent any sort of welcome being tendered to Stokes; the Party had slan dered him so outrageously that it was deemed advisable that ho should leave jail and Sydney as quietly as possible. One of Stokes's first acts has boon to nail clown a very mean lie circulated by the Labor Party in an endeavor to white-wash itself at his expense. When tho Socialists wore mak ing their light (? -r his release, especially in the A.M. A. at Brojccn Hill, prominent Labor Party supporters, de...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Electric Light that Failed. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

An Electric Light that Failed. Adelaide Trades and Labor Council has once again proved the truth of statement of Blundell, M.P., when he designated that body as 'the dead house of unionism. ' ' About two months ago the union mortuary car ried a resolution, unanimously and without discussion, that the manage ment committee of the Trades Hall be requested to open the hall on Sun days for lectures of an educational character. On Friday last, a letter was received from the management committee stating that it could not comply with the request. A resolu tion was moved regretting the action of the committee, but the delegates turned it down by 30 votes to 18, and, during the discussion, the poor capitalist as usual was pitied, and many delegates deprecated the re marks of those who stated that the churches had failed in their duty to the workers. The question many are now asking is what has occurred between the meetings to cause such a change of opinion amongst the dele gates? On Tuesday ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Books, Magazines, and Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Books, Magazines, and Papers. Tjik International Socialist Review (Chi caga) for December is a most readable num ber. It has a telling article from the pen of John Kenneth Turner on ' The American Partners of Diaz '—(Professor David should read it); special articles by W. D. Hay wood, on The Great French Railway Strike,' and 'Industrial Unionism in Ens land,' besides articles dealing with a host of other subjects. The Review gets better every time you read it, and our readers will be pleas.ed to know that, in response to a growing 'demand, 'the Sydney Literature Department will probably be placing an order with the publishers for bulk supplies. An artistically-printed booklet is 'Life's Wallaby,' by Sidney Partridge (Mrs. H. E. Stone), a talented Australian writer. Life's Wallaby' is a bush story — real Australian bush — with, for its hero, a man who learned from the ' Bathurst Burr' that there ain't but one side 've tho track t' travel'— 'th' right side,' aiuhvlio travelled it acco...

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 — 21 January 1911

The Press Fund. £ s el Already acknowledged - (il 10 4 Sale, of Gift to Press Fund - 0 13 6 Par 0. Jorgenson (Book -12) — H.D. Is; Sheed 3s - 0 4 0 - Pei- A. Gaum (Book 50)— JLM. 2s, Tip-Top Is - 0 3 0 £62 15 10 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged ? ? - 0 0 0 Total - fiS 15.10 CnKHKurroN. — In last week's acknowledg ments, 'A. Sawell Is' should, road 'A. Seewig Is.' All communications to be addressed to O. W. Jorgensen, secretary, Press Fund Com mittee, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This! ? and Get to Work! Fou every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for The Jntkii national Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books to be selected from any available list of standard novels and poems, and also from the Socialist Literature list of the In ternational Socialist Literature Department, published in tin's issue. This offer will apply as from August 1. It is not made with i reference to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt forms will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of now subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in weekly while receipt books must bo returned at the end of each quarter for audit purposes. Write at once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Tun Intkunationai, Socialist, the uncompromising, lighting org...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Broken Hill. The Socialists here on Saturday night cele brated the coining of the New Year with a fish supper. ' The S.F.A.' and ' Absent Comrades' were toasted with much en thusiasm, and Socialist songs were sung. Suddenly a discordant note broke in on the harniohy of tho Socialist nightingales, some patriotic individuals coming along to sing v God save the king ' in front of the shop.. The 'Rods' decided, to inarch out and drown tho jingo hymn, and in this the Socialist choir was marvellously successful. To their, surprise tho president of the Combined' Unions and the manager of the : Co-operative Bakery joined in and .. .assisted greatly in singing down ? the jingoistic mob. The loader of the jingo crowd seriously asked: ' Why do you Socialists refuse to . honor tho king?''. The 'Reds' replied emphatically, and in uni son, 'Because ho is the figurehead ot'.Gapi-' talismV -The jingoes soon retreated, satis fied with having met one Waterloo in one night.— 8.1.1.1. ?-. '.' ?--??? ? ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open Column. "Smouldering Fires at Broken Hill." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

Open Column, j ' ' Smouldering Fires at Broken Hill.' i Euitou, Tiik Intkknational Socialist, — I ? would like through your columns to make a : slight correction to a certain statement :? appearing in an article headed ' Smouklcr \ ing Fires at Broken Plill,' in your issue of ' December 31. Your correspondent says ? that all the craft unions have entered into an agreement with the mine managers, later speciiyniR certain 01 the unions concerned, among which he quotes the Trades and Labor Union. By that he evidently means the Barrier Trades and Trades Laborers' Union, a union which is formed on industrial union lines, b.it which I am sorry to say is not as yet a very strong body. But we are growing, and I hope soon to see all other unions throw over their old craft ideas and benefits, and join in with us, making one great and powerful industrial union. In reference to the agreement with the mine owners, this union wrote to the A.M. A1., asking that body to join in the conference, but ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLORIA IN EXCELSIS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 January 1911

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS. TH«icall of the hummer to the steel In the Dreadnought shipyard ringing, Forges that shape the cruiser keel, And the creak of the gaunt crane swinging Torpedo and globuled deaths to their den, To the wondering winds are singing ' Peace and goodwill to men?' Churches that bless our war's array For triumph o'er neighbor, Wealth and his wolfish wife that prey On the shivering dock of Labor, Sloath from his slough, fraud from his fen, Are chanting to pipe and tabor, ' Peace and goodwill to men!' Missioners mouthing a message meek For their war-lords' armies spying, Comfort stuffing her cars froin^ the shriek Of her sweated bondmen dying, Pride on his perch, greed in his glen, Together to-day are crying, ' Peace and goodwill to men!' Exploiters combining to extort New blood-drops from the nation, Dives feeing Scribes to thwart Lazarus from his ration, ? In choral rapture breathe again The angels' proclamation, ' Peace and goodwill to men!' — Bernard O'Dowd, in the Soc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Column of Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

A Column of Clippings. If the stroke of a comet should whirl the earth along an altered orb, with axis changed and continents where now are seas, the re sulting change in the physical geography of the globe would scarcely be greater than that which now seems imminent in social affairs throughout the world. I use the words sccins imminent' advisedly; lor no greater mistake could be made than to look upon the Socialist movement as a mere local or temporary craze, or on its leaders as hair brained visionaries. On the contrary the movement is world-wide in extent, and its leaders are men of the profoundest intellect and insight. It has already assumed for midable proportions. Its ranks are rapidly swelling and its members are everywhere in spired with the zeal which comes of an absolute conviction that their cause is just. and that the arm of destiny upholds and bears their banners along. Nothing is gained by ignoring facts. All indications seem to justify the claim of the Socialist cap...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Mauritius. Renter's reports ' political disturbances ' have occurred at Curepipe and St. Louis. Mauritius, and that ' military patrols are maintaining order.' Always the military as the bar to progress. Mauritius is under British rule. Originally it was called the Isle of France, and its population is mostly French. It was captured by the English in 1810, and is ruled on a modified Crown Colony basis. It has an Executive Council of five officials, appointed by the British Government, and two members elected by the 'upper class ' on a limited franchise; there is also a Legislative Council of 27 mem bers, eight being ex-officio, nine appointed by tl ie British Government, and ten elected by the upper class also on a franchise under which only those may vote who have im movable property of the annual value uf 300 rupees, or movable property worth 3000 rupees, or paying 2'- rupees rent monthly, or subject to license duty of 300 rupees annually and in receipt of oO rupees salary monthly....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Germany. The Reichstag discussed the projected Chambers of Labor, and adopted a series of paragraphs. The paragraph including the railwaymen, which was opposed by the Government, was passed by 132 votes to 115. Several speakers on the Right pronounced against it, pointing to the recent railway strike in France. The Social-Democrats moved that the Chambers should consist of representatives of the working class Workers' Chambers, in contradistinction to official Labor Cham burs. This motion was rejected, only the Social-Democrats voting for it. There was a debate on the question of whether or not Labor Secretaries should be admissible to the Chambers. The Government wished to exclude them, ostensibly because, being no longer engaged in their respective trades, they can no longer lie reckoned as work men--- in reality because they are SocialDe mocrats. When the vote was taken 10!) voted in favor of their admission and 111 against. Another defeat for the Govern ment. But grave doubts ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

United States. Some recent investigations have shown that the New York Jockey Club alone set aside a sum of no less than half-a-million dollars for the purpose of bribing legislatures in connection with gaming laws. During the recent election, voles were bought at so much a time, any number of dead. men marked their ballot papers, ballot boxes were stuffed, some polling booths wore not opened, while at others only 'safe' voters were permitted to vote. In the poor districts of New York the saloon-keepers openly kept up a purchase of votes. Many such votes undoubtedly brought about', the defeat of Meyer London in the East Side. Comrade Bushnell, writing to the Appaid to Reason from a town called Hot Springs, Arkansas, says: ' There was little voting in the third ward on election day, for the rea son that the polling booth was not opened till 4 p.m. Those who voted after that hour were probably ' desirable citizens' who were 'on.' All day long voters were turned away, and sent hither a...

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International Notes. France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

International Notes. France. Tiik cable reports that Briand was twice shot at from the gallery of the Chamber of Deputies. The shot missed the Premier, but wounded the Director of Public Relief. M. Jaures blames France for assenting to the Anglo-Russian Convention, the object of which he declares is the partition of Persia. The two imprisoned editors of La Guerre Socialc, Merle and Almereyda, who were ar rested at the time of the railway strike, have not been tried as political prisoners, but as ordinary criminals. As they were not told what offence they were supposed to have committed, it was difficult for them to make an effective protest. Now, however, they have discovered that they are only accused of press offences they have at once entered a strong protest against their treatment, and threatened a hunger strike if they were not at once placed in the political department of the prison. This has had the desired effect. The two journalists were at once transferred to the departme...

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