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A VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

A VERSE. [tfou Tun IsTBitXATioXAi. .Socialist. 1 MY.JtODJSKIO QUfXN. Vvhks you're beaten— all things lost, Be yourself. Dainty China broken is; Not hard delf. If in war you bare your sword As a man may do and can, War not for a little word — War for Fellowship and Man. ?

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The General Strike. To Prevent and Hinder War. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

The General Strike. To Prevent and Hinder War. Tiik General Secretary of the Socialist Fed eration of Australasia lias received the fol lowing : International Socialist Bureau, People's Palace, Brussels, Due. 15, ? 1.9 10. Circular to affiliated Parties. J)k.\|{ Com k auks, — The International Social ist Congress of Copenhagen carried a resolu tion on arbitration and disarmament, and moreover adopted the; following proposi tion: 'The Congress decides that the Koir ITardic-Viiillant amendment shall lie re ferred to the I. S.B. for examination, and tli at the 'latter shall report to a subsequent International Socialist Congress on the pro position contained in the amendment.' This Kcir Hardie-Vaillant amendment reads as follows: '' Among the means to he used in order to prevent and hinder war, theCongrcss considers as particularly efficacious the general strike, especially in the industries that supply war with its implements (arms and ammunition, transport, etc.), as well as its prop...

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 — 28 January 1911

Answers to Correspondents. T.B., Auckland; A.B., Adelaide.— Supplies increased as ordered. H.J.McF., Nam hour, Q. — Sub. was duly received and paper forwarded. Will make inquiries and notify you. W. Lavlky, Sandford, Vic— Subs, re ceived. Many thanks. A. M.S., Girard, Kan., U.S.A.— Writing. E.V.C., M., Broken Hill.— Will place suggestions before Administrative Council. G.M., Adelaide. — Wire received. Sydney resolution of protest already forwarded to Japanese Consul. LiiiKHTAS, Mt. Morgan. — Received too late for this'issue. Next week.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jugglers at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Jugglers at Broken Hill. 1JY A KKVOLUTIOXAHY. A sj'KdAL meeting of the A.M. A. was held last Tuesday night to consi der the question of voting assistance to Walter Stokes. The meeting was largely attended by political wire pullers, who moved that the matter be sent on to the B.L.F., which is largely composed of P.L.L. fossils, middle-class business men, etc. The matter might just as well have been sent to the House of Lords or the Sydney Labor Council. Laborites here are out on the hus tings. Twelve of them, seeking elec tion to the Municipal Council, opened their campaign in the Demo. Club last Sunday night. There was a very poor attendance, and all the speakers told a long story of what they had done the previous term and what they intended doing if elected. They pointed to the abattoirs, exulted re the electric light, but said never a word about the victimization of uni onists. One candidate neglected to mention municipal affairs. He said that, having Labor Governments in power i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. Sunday's Domain meeting was a .splendid success. Its main feature was a line speech by Wilson on Monarchy. Whitmore pro sided, -and the other speakers were Ruther ford, Riley, and Holland. Suoeossfu'. street meetings were held on Sunday evening, again without police in terference. The speakers .wore Wilson, Rutherford, Hirst, and Riley. .. ' Members tiro reminded that comrade Raps will sail this Saturday by tho North German steamer, which loaves Circular Quay at 1 o'clock. Socialists are urged to roll up in force at tho wharf. Members and friends are cordially invited to attend at the Club rooms this Saturday, at 3 o'clock, to meet Mrs. Dora B. Montc fiore. , The Leidertafel will sing, and in ad dition an enjoyable program will be pro vided. The main feature, of cours-2, will be Mrs. Montofiore's speech.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Alf. Anseline. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Death of Alf. Anseline. O.\ Monday evening of last week, at Little Bay Hospital, Alf. Anseline passed through death's portals. For some months he had been suffering — a victim to cancer. Once he entered the Sydney Hospital to undergo an operation; but this was never performed. It was found that the ravages of the dread dis ease had extended to a stage that ren dered an operation impossible. He re turned from the Hospital, and those of us who had enjoyed the privilege of his comradeship were dismayed to behold the rapid decline of his strength, and the shocking wasting away of tho once sturdy frame. When death finally brought sleep and rest to him, and sorrow to us, it was not unexpected. On Wednesday, a number- of Socialists followed the remains to the grave at Rookwood, where the impressive secular service was read by H. E. Holland, who also spoke briefly concerning the life and work of our comrade. Beautiful wreaths — among them one from the International Socialist Club — were lai...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TOILING BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

OUR TOILING BROTHERS. With bending backs I watch them pass To fields of toil, The working class, And I wonder why, As they pass along, The world can sing So glad a song. The weight they bear Through all the years Should call from us A world of tears. And I wonder why, In God's great plan, Few tears are shed For toiling man. — Mary Nutox James.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Words from Wellington. Coneerning the Antics of Two Labor Politicians at a Maoriland Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Words from Wellington. Concerning the Antics of Two Labor Politicians at a Maoriland Meeting. BY Ci. CHHISTIK. If Foister Phraser Btseby had taken the trouble, while in Wellington, to explore the unsavory environs around Haining-street, lie might have told the newspaper reporters a different ston on his return to Sydney. As he declared himself delighted with the hospitality he received from our bosses, it is not surprising that his impressions have been gained by their prosperity and contentment. Such trifles as sweating, unem ployment, etc., are insignificant alongside the fact that Joe Ward's dinners equal or surpass Lord Chelms - ford's. Still, in case Australian workers may imagine they are but a thousand miles removed from an 'earthly paradise,' it would be well to mention that a Mr. Wilson, of the Christen urch Hospital Board, lias told us: ' In this country, scarcely sixty years old, removed from the waste and drift of large cities, we are spend ing a million a year on charit...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing 1 Read This! ? and Get to Work! Fou every TWENTV SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear l.y, or yearly) that YOU send in for Thb Intukxatioxai, 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 this issue. ? This offer will apply as from August 1. ? It is not made with reference 40 .renewed subscriptions. -:.o,l ??.?-?:. [?,'? Books containing 20 receipt forms will be issued to members and other approved can vasscrs on application. Names of new 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 The IntekxatioxalSociamst, the uncompr...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

Broken Hill. Tiuutii was a good attendance at the meet ing of the Branch on Sunday last. Com rades1 from Melbourne, Wetherell Brothers, were enthusiastically welcomed;- also Wal ter Stokes, union prisoner recently released from jail, was given a hearty reception. otokes replied to the welcome, thanking the Socialists of Broken Hill for their un tiring efforts on his behalf, not only during his stay in jail, but since his release. Ho said he was surprised at the treachery of the Labor Party of N.S. W. When May was re leased, the Labor politicians lauded him to the skies. That was before the elections; but on bis (Stokes's) release from custody, he immediately went to Sydney, and inter viewed a few of the Trades Hal I oflicials, and they absolutely refused to assist him. The only assistance he got was at Cobar coming through to the Hill. There the unionists treated him splendidly. In regard to the non-unionist charge, lie said that it was de liberately engineered .by the' politicians....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. The Ministerial Picnic Party. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

d Socialist Fables, m The Ministerial Picnic Party. BY W.H.W. Tun beautiful harbor of Barefaced Sham was an ideal boating place, and one day a work ing man took his wife and four children out for a row. ?The water was very still, and. the little ..party.', were enjoying themselves famously, when they were startled by a loud shouting on a vessel which was heading straight for them. . The vessel was a large government steamer, freighted with Ministers of the Grown and leai'.ing capitalists and land agents. The Ministers were having one of their periodi cal outings with their friends. All the Ministers and Capitalists were yulling and shouting to the family in the little boat to got out of their way, as though the harbor, an well as the land, belonged to them. The poor man tried his best to get out of the way of the Government steamer, but couldn't, and his little boat w;us ..smashed, and he and his party wore thrown into the water. The Ministers and the Capitalists stood looking over ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

* justice. p- ~ BY SYDNEY '. I'AHTRIGE. ! Eat, drink, and be merry, for to-morrow we die. Be merry, for to-morrow we die. Tomor row — we — die ? Die! I am strong and full of life, but tonior row I die. And I don't want to die. 0 God!— God! ? How silly to cry on God! Silly. G — o — d — d! I have shouted at the full strength of my lungs, and four stone walls returned a con fused echo. The only answer of God. What did they teach me of God or Good in the base slums of my childhood? Noth ing. There was no time. They were too busy teaching me that it was no shame for my father to pound my mother's face to a jelly, that gin was made to be drunk, that one meal a day was a luxury, that tongues were made to lie and use foul language, and hands to pick and steal, that lilth and abuse were to be my daily portion. That all these things were LIFE. That the north was bounded by starvation, the south by jail, the east by infamy, and the west by pain. I was an apt pupil, and took my degree at an ear...

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 — 28 January 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Among the depositions read at the Waratah inquiry was onu I'nnn a. steward, who stated that the boatswain had told him that the Waratah !s lifeboats were the must awful hi; had over seen. Five persons wore killed as the result of a lire at the Chamber of Commerce buildings in Cincinnati. Ohio, and a .score more in jured. Edward Brers, boatswain on the steamer Runices,wns severely injured about the head through a bag of .wheat falling on him at Darling 'Island. 0. Tliorgenson had bi.s skull fractured by a sling of timber while unloading the barque Ahnona at J'ohnstone's Bay, Sydney. A verdict of accidental death was returned at the inquest held on Henry C. MaoPhor son, ai lad who was run over and killed at Sutherland by lawyer Abigail's motor car. Michael Ryan was shunting at Portland, when a 10-ton truck ran over one of his feet, which was crushed. ;. nil had to be ampu tated. A. Doyle, laborer, while working on the steamer. Aenoas at Sydney, was struck ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sectarian Serpent. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 January 1911

The Sectarian Serpent. BY A.IA.W Cahihxal Mohan's ultimatum to the State Labor Party was the signal for. an outburst of vituperation and animosity on the part of the sectarian organs and clerical press, who, during the hist few days, have dragged the old sectarian serpent from his lair. The ul timatum appears to have stung Political Labor Leagues to the quick, and provided matter for Christian papers to show the re ligious rancour and charitable aspirations they entertain for each 'other. What is all this sq.iabb.le about schools and bursaries? The! gist of the matter is the Catholic Church, with a keen eye to the future, is fighting for the maintenance of its waning power, both temporal and spiritual. Despite attemuts to Drove the ennhrnrv onn is f.iivlv safe in presuming that there was some sec ret or implied understanding between Labor; members and the Catholic Church, in which'; the Church was to gain something for poli tical support rendered. The Church has a fixed policy and a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

Denmark. A healthy sig.i in Denmark is the civic break with the Radicals as the result of the election of Inspector Lehmann as Burgo master. The Radicals joined with the Anti Socialists against the Socialist candidate, Christensen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

France' The General Confederation of Labor has sent a circular to the International Trade Union Secretary for transmission to the affiliated centres. The circular points out that French trade unionism is at the pre sent time passing through a period of ferocious reaction, which has culminated in the savage sentence on Durand, whose innocence was proved before the jury at Rouen. The General Confederation of Labor has decided to retaliate, and will commence immediately an energetic cam paign, first by means of meetings, to roiisa public opinion, and then by the use of the general strike if the Government attempts to carry out the criminal sentence of Rouen. In this .campaign the Confederation asks that all trade unions will help by joining their protest to its own. It asks them to organise meetings of protest against the work of reaction undertaken by the rene grade Briand. ' Protest, comrades, as you did for Ferrer, protest energetically against a legal assassination which is being p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

\ International Notes. I j. ? „ ? * Germany. Thk Federal Council has assented to the draft Constitution for Alsace-Lorraine. The proposed Constitution provides for a Governor designated by the Emperor, the appointment being countersigned by the Imperial Chancellor. The Federal Council and the Reichstag are eliminated as factors in the legislation of the province. Two Chambers are provided for the new State, the first consisting of eighteen representa tives, either ex-ollicio or elected by the various trades or professsions, and eighteen other members by the Emperor on the recommendation of the Federal Council; and the second consisting of members elected by universal and direct suffrage, with secret ballot, the franchise being ex tended to all nationals of the Empire over twenty-five years of age, provided they have resided in their commune or constituency over three years, or hold land on which they have resided for one year, or pursue a per manent trade or agriculture on their own...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING AND GOING. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

COMING AND GOING. We gaily turn the rascals out; Our conscience stands approving; For even though they fuss and pout, The day lias come for moving. And when we have at last disposed Of all these hardened cases, What do we do, do you suppose? Put others in their places. A leech that had a strangle hold, A crafty crook and clever, Who fancied, by success made bold, He held the job forever, We ' can ' some cool election day, And, it's beyond believing, In place of him we chase away Put one as deft at thieving. And so they come and so they Hit, A dim procession, endless, The people robbed and helpless sit Forlorn and shorn and friendless; But some day, rising in their might, They may — who knows? — cut capers, And for this gang of grafters write Their final walking papers. — Coming Nation.

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

Answers to Correspondents. Montagu Milliok, Perth, W.A. — Maiiv thanks for letter. Book mentioned not yet arrived. Writing. A.J., Sydney. —Next issue, if possible. J.S., Red fern. — Sentiments ao'nrecia'l.i'd M.S., Dalby-Tara Line, Q:— Thanks. Co-operation question answered next week. Danohuox.— Thanks. ' -Xuxl issue;. T.B., Auckland, N.Z.— Letter and ?.remit- tance received. Thanks. ???'?? ? R.T., Petone, N.Z.— Will do as you sug gest, next issue if possible.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911

Aft J M | through this para K6Q iflSUfK graph indicates llVU mui ** that YOUR SUB SCRIPTION WILL EXPIRE WITPI 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 ste.ted, the Executive will take it as an inti mation that you wish to have the paper dis continued. Will you always be duped by Acts of Parliament that change 'nothing but the necktie of the man that picks your pocket? -G. BERNARD SHAW.

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