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

The Passing Show. (.?OXIH'CTKO UY OTl-\ Lahoii Prime Minister Andrew Fisher: Our licloved sovereign, whose reign lias lieen of such marked benefit to the King dom to which we are all proud to owe allegi ance.' ? William Mullin, .secretary of the card-room workers in the Lancashire mills (who are .subjects of our lielovcd sovereign whose reign has Iktii of such marked benefit to the Kingdom to which we are all proud to owe allegiance): — 'The workers have suffered enough already, and might as well starve playing as starve working. Tliat'n what tin II iii'i' iltiiiuj nun:.'' Daily paper report concerning some Syd ney suburban residents, who are subjects of our beloved sowreign. whose reign has Itcen of such marked hem-tit to the Kingdom to which we are all proud to owe allegiance: — ' Investigating a case of diphtheria, at Peak liurst, a Sydney suburb, the inspector found that a family uf foui — father, mother, son (!) years old), and daughter (7 years old) — lived in one room, the si...

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

WELCOME. ? ^ ? -_ UY -5US ANDKUSOX. Wkuomi:, O J're.-w of tlie People! Welcome, O tighter for lti»ht! Welcome, 0 .sword for the conflict, .Ready and willing to siniU*., AVelcome, 0 voice of the iimwe. Toiling from darkness U- light! l-iong it- the road we must travel, Hard is the toil we must dare, Welcome to Miicc.our und Htrengthen The soul.s of the weak from despair, 'Welcome, 0 voice of the future, That teli.s of the hidden thing* there. Full are thy days of great promise, Grand in thy work through the. years, AVelcome, () friend in the conflict, Welcome, 0 friend of the seers, Sow thoii the sew! for the harvest— The future, must reap the full ear.--. ('IIII.I)KIIS, -(.

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

Political Persecution. r.v n.r.. ii. ' Uh.ll! 'li.it hmv »?,/„?/,?.'?? — .Mixuiant in-- Vknui:. It is nol to llit* credit of iSyilney \a\ bor Council thai it should permit, AvhiiL has been regarded as the Jiia cliinery of industrial organisation to he used for persecuting those who refuse to accept the politics of the Middle Class as represented by the alleged Labor Party. When the Labor Council carried its recent resolution calling upon the Coal Lumpers' Union to withdraw Mr. Macey (acting-president, of the C.L.U.) because-that gentleman ran as a candidate in the recent. Darling Habor contest against- the candidate of the strike-breaking Labor Party, it assumed an attitude which, unless repudiated by unionism is likely to cause endless trouble — for members of unions generally, and especially for the Labor Council. Lot it. be said right here thai, the Labor Council's altitude is one quite Avovthy of a concern based on the se gregating supports of craft disorgan isation, but altoget...

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

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. i Under tin' control 'f Joint _ Kxeciitivi'S, , vy ? Inlurnutionul Souuilfct.x. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. MoiKlilimrU'i-!- : mSi I l'itl Strivl, Sydney. All Business Citimiiuiticiiliiius to hv addressed to tin1 Mansijier. All Literary Conimiiiiii'alioi)!'. to lie addressed to the Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — Is. |-er year ; Is. per -|iuirUT. New Zealand— Ss.. per year ; L's. per (|iiiirter. Other Coimtric-s— Ss per year ; :.'.-: per -|iiarte.r. Thr liiln-wtltiiiml Sin-iulht irill hr *,;il FlilW OF CUMUUC to fycltimlx of .1(7*, mi nmitilion Hint it in dill;/ Jilrtl. Obtainable from The International .Socialist Croup, .Sydney. The Socialist, Tarty of Vietoiia, Melbourne. The Socialist, Party of South Australia, Adelaide. Harrier Socialist. Oroup, Mrokcu Hill. The Socialist Party of ...

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

SYDNEY JOTTINGS. Our poet of the Revolution, E. J. Brady, has returned to X.S.W., looking well after his sojourn at Malacoota. He comes back clean-shaved, and— tell it not in Gath! — looks awfully like Worker Lumond. Welcome visitors to the Socialist head quarters have been Comrades Currie and Wordsworth from Maoriland, and Comrade Hocking from the United States. At last Group meeting Conference propo sals were dealt with and ordered to be sent iui to theS.F.A. ' Wanted friends and comrades who will undertake to post The Ixtkkxatioxai, So cialist content sheets in various prominent positions, especially in industrial centres, ?lust drop us a post -card, and the placards will be forwarded. Dick Allen, who left Australia for a round the-world trip when Heine Borax went away, returned to Sydney last week looking hale and hearty after his voyage. He has visited many places and seen many things, and- we hope to persuade him to fell of some of his experiences in a future issue. A party of...

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

As Ave go to press, avc learn witli deepest regret of the death of the mother of Mr. Joe Cocking, of Wallseud. Michael McCarthy, employed at Brighton (Vie.) gasworks, fell from the top of an iron column, a distance of 40ft., and was killed instantly. These lines, from the old cannibal song — I |V- Inilnl Jlill Jinn-* iii tin- ni-i/rn put Tiikiu; limr nitwit f-il Hill Jmu'x Imiltjni, lint there mmi'l itntrli J'nt ttjion .l),,,,,,, i would seem to somewhat lit the case of ? Har rier Da Hi/ Truth'* late editor. The local laborites arc the cannibals in the case.

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 — 21 May 1910

| S.F.A. News & Notes. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ^ The Builders' Laborers won their fight. They now receive. !)s a, day. ? : ' Our ' paper — the paper that so many unionists fought for, that so many workers spent night and day to canvass shares for — is beginning to show its true colors. It is showing that' it has been established for one reason, and that is to holster up two or three; parliaiiientarian.s at the expense of their po litical enemies. Through the medium of ' our ' paper (which is held on the ono share-one-vqte principle) they are now con ducting a plebiscite on gambling. The prize of a yearly sub. to the paper was offered for the most pithly written letter on the subject. It was distinctly stated that the .ethics of gambling need not be adhered to. To make this plain the editor said the article could contain the latest funny sayings, such as ' She Sells Sea Shells on Sea! Shore ' if the writers liked. Whilst this plebescite is he ing taken, a correspondence on the quest...

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

International Socialist Young People Hoixani).— Comrade Miss Roland Horst entered the editorial office on March 1 for the purpose of representing both direction of the party-movement in the management of the young people's organisations. »witzkui,a.\I).— Hie association of the Jungburschen-Vcreine held its meeting of delegates on March 1:5th. It is now ten years since the foundation of the first asso ciation of Young People. .The day of anni versary Avas celebrated in a festival meeting in Zurich. England. — The second national congress of Sunday Schools Avas set down for Easter. AusTitiA. — The first congress of the Polish organisation of youth forming a federa tion, in Krakau takes place on New Year's Day.. At the present time there exist in Austria 11 groups with '-1 7 members, joined lu.iiiiu » miiiiiiu-jiiguiiuiiuiiui .vroeitcr. i ne report of the educational committee bears witness to the brisk Avork of the Young Peo ple's Organisation, Avhich sIioavs for Vienna alone the foll...

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

Committee and General Meetings. Tiik following meetings will be held nt 27-1 Vitt street, Sydney, during the forthcoming week :— Saturday, 7 p.m.— S.F.A. lCxeeulivc (Adminis trative. Council). Monday, 7.:'.0 p.m.— Club Executive. .Monday, .S..'ii- p.m.— -Joint Kxemitiyes. Monday, !-. I') p.m.— Group' Kxooutivc. Wednesday, « p.m.— Group, special general meeting.

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

NEW ZEALAND. The Common anil of May 1 exposes the tactics of D. McLaren. Labor M.P.. who has 'been trying to form a scab Labor Feder ation in opposition to that already in exis teiVce/and organised by the miners. The Common imil article should be read by every Australian worker, for the lessons it eon tains: The Socialist Party Conference was held in .Christcl Kirch this year, and eventuated most 'successfully. The Connnniumil was endorsed as the parly's national organ. It wa's'also decided to afliliate with the Inter national Socialist Bureau. Many other matters of moment were dealt with.

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

SYDNEY JOTTINGS. Ox Thursday evening the usual speakers' class was held. There Avas a good attend ance. . Comrade Barrett deliA'ered an inter esting paper entitled the 'Labor Problem,' at the close of which nearly all present took part, in the discussion. On Sunday the domain meeting Avas well attended. The speakers Avere Comrades Holland, -McDonald, Miller and Hocking, the latter newly armed from the States. Comrade Miller Avas chairman. At. Park-street and Martin Place success ful meetings AAvra held. The speakers Avere Comrades Hocking, Harris, Wilson, McDon ald, Cass, and Miller. ScA'eral comrades had charge of signature sheets demanding the release of the impri soned unionists, and some thousands of sig natures were secured. Comrade Jbrgensen is anxious that mem bers and friends should remember that the Press Fund is still open. The immediate Avork before us, he says, is to build up our printing house, and strengthen our paper. And he's right— for there's no weapon so powerful ...

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

NEW ZEALAND. Robert Hogg writes from Wellington: — ''We are struggling to get the ' Weal Hoated as a weekly. Glad you have got your new : venture well under Avay, and trust it Avill have a long and prosperous voyage. First number is alright. Sorry I haA'e not written that promised article, but that libel action is still hanging over me, and lam unable to take on such a retrospective piece of work as the article in question calls for until things are more settled. I am defending the case, and haA'e hopes of Avinning. The Labor eroAvd here Avould cut a Socialist's throat, and they feel a bit afraid that the coming case will damage them instead of-me or the Socialist Party.'

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

From Over the Sea. J. L. Tyson, secretary, Stoke-on-Trent Branch oF the British Social-Democratic Party, Avritcs to the S.F.A. general secretary under date April !) : — I am instructed to forward you the following resolution carried at our meeting last night : 'That this branch strongly protests against the uniust imprison ment of Peter Bowling and his colleagues on account of their agitation for the continua tion of the coal strike in Ncav South Wales, and unites Avith our Australian comrades in denouncing the legalised coercion whereby it is hoped to intimidate working class leaders 'from agitating on behalf of their class Avhcn on strike, and hopes that sufficient public opinion and feeling may be aroused to secure their early release.'

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

VICTORIA. , Thvtiuciulixt reports that Frank lTyett and Ethel' Ounn are to be married this Aveek. _ .The report of Mrs. Katz's excellent lecture is still running, through the Socialixl. \: Comrade' Kir-hy delivered a line address on Socialism and Spiritualism, before theHaAv tliorn Socialist Club. ' The enterprising Northcote Social Ques tions Conimittec.has made arrangements for ii Aveekly meeting hereafter. , . There Avas a large attendance at the rooms to hear the Rev. F. Sinclair's address on Henrik Ibsen. . , „ Mr. Will A, Jones, ex-editor ot liarnrr Truth, was tendered a Socialist Avelcome on his way to Sydney. The party library has been reconstructed by comrade Wallace,' and a fine range of books is now available. A big order for hcav and valuable volumes is on its Avay to Amer ica. . The May Day committee met for the first time since the annual celebrations at the Town-hall on Saturday, Avhen the attitude of the Political Labor Council towards the committee came up for discu...

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 — 21 May 1910

Answers to Correspondents. J.G., Hroken Hill. — Subs, received. Thanks. I F.W., Pyrniont. — The S.F.A. stands for revolutionary unionism and revolutionary politics. The I. W.W. Clubs are doing good work, but I.W:W. members are not bound politically by their constitution. A man may be a member of the J.W.W. Club and also a member of either the Wade Party or the Labor Party. This explains the 'in- consistency'- you complain of. The I. W.W. men who supported Strike-breaker Hughes violated no rule of the I. W.W. Club. So far as the S.L.P. man's case is concerned, that is a matter for the S. L.P., and not for us. If an International Socialist had committed a similar offence, ho would undoubtedly have been expelled from the organization. We don't think you; should let the things you mention deter-you from' joining the I. W.W. Club. We v-would only emphasize that the S.F.A. stands tor the straight revolutionary attiude both industrially (nidjuilltictillj) — and therefore the S. F.A. must t...

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

The Prophetic Polliwog. r.Y CiKOltlil-: ALMJX KNril.ANI). Is the good old Days, long, long ago, there unco. Lived a very large (Jonnnunity of Tadpoles, in a small, shallow,- and unusually dirty Bog. These Tadpoles were so excessively nu merous, and the Bog was ho foul and mean, lliat ununci ourtcring resulted. JJatrachia eide, enguzzlement, and t'rogulent practices were. the Order of the Day. Every little while sonic Tadpole would he found with his Gills cut and his gullet stripped of its Last Amoeha. Every few days, by some Banko Game or other, an unsuspecting Tad would lose his last Wisp of Lily rootlets. Some nui.de away with Themselves by madly Hinging themselves up into the Air. Others sold themselves into Bondage to certain other Master Tadpoles who, to complicate matters, laid Claim to all the richest Mud wallows. Countless little young and tender Tads were forced. to labor, hunting Aniinal culae in the Slime, where no end of them Choked to death. Young and old died, leaving ...

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

Spain. The Spanish government have decided to disregard the appeal by Ferrer's brother and widow, and have now carried out the. confiscation and sale of all Ferrer's school text books (110,000 copies) and publishing business in Barcelona; also the farm and house at Mongat (eight miles from Barce lona), and Ferrer's current account with the the Bank of Spain.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S. F. A. News & Notes. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL. At last week's meeting of the above, it was resolved to recommend that ConFercncci.be held in Melbourne, South Australia having advised against the decision of last Confer ence in favor of Adelaide. Resolved that it be a recommendation that H. Borax and Tom M aim be the S.F.A. delegates to International Congress. The secretary reported that immediately he had received the Internal Bureau's call re Congress, he had replied that the Austra lian report could not be supplied in the form desired by the date named, but would be put into print and forwarded at the earliest pos sible moment. — Recommended that secre tary's action be endorsed. The treasurer reported having handed (K) dozen post cards to the West Sydney election committee. — Recommended that the trea surer's action be endorsed. Owing to lack of funds, it was decided to recommend against Victoria's' proposal re printing 'The Political Action of Labor,' by James Connolly, as ...

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

Germany. The meeting of the Town Council of Ber lin was made the occasion of a protest by our comrade Stadthagen and others on the re cent action of the Berlin police. The Social Democrats moved a resolution calling upon the representatives of the citizens to protest against the deeds of the police on March (-. The resolution was, however, defeated, and a much milder one, which was moved '.by the Radical Cassell, was finally adopted. Germany has (58 Socialist daily papers, and polls 3,oOO,(X)0 Socialist votes.

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 PREE. HY I-:. .1. IJKADY. I am mttiuf; in a vw$ trulm «if comfort, wliurctliu rosy Light uf FiTiiloni mi nil- falls. Tlirri- in ' m»ni:\l liiitntni l'trlinjr,' tliuii'-'s a iliulo round Ihix ivilin^, Then; arc picturi's on thrxr aa'uIIk. I've al wirlnxl a ilinm-r cheerful; tlu-ru i.i iinlliing sad or tearful In the iM'ojik1 round about ; Each wi!ll-tailoi'i'(l lomifrin^ ' uliii|ipiu' looks- at chhi1, rrpk'te and happy — Far ri'inovi-d from tk-lit and doubt. But a Hadd'ninn thought and gloomy, uninvited conic.-; unto me Of tin1 Cnion 'convict.-' pale, Wlii'iv tin* wanlcrn' I'cct arc tramping down the corridor* and .stamping Out the itIhhm of a .l.ui.. You, the Victims! prisoned. yonder. Did they hear the cheers, I womler, Of a Labor Victory ? ? '. j Did they hear the wild elation ami the risiiur jubi- : lation i Of their felloWH— n-lio urirfrtr ! AVhen the shouts of joy were, rolling did they hearten 1'cter Howling In his eaftt! without the jiiik'1.1 Did the chaps who amjere...

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