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Out Yerranderie Way. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Out Yerranderie Way. nv w.m. I KvKiiYTinsi: is in full swing here once morJ all the slaves being back after three weeks! spell, and I think we are all broke; but thai is usual for \v-rkin g men. I After a It it of hard fighting through til A . M . A . here, we have, succeeded in — gettinl a wages board, and it is now sitting takinl evidence. 1 have often heard of wagJ boards, but I never thought that a workinl man would be put to such indignities in I ' free country.' The only difference I can see in the old convict days and now fl that they had chains of steel around theifl while we. have economic chains around ufl When a man, after three and a half yeal of hard work, day and night, gets a bit ofl hut of his own to live in, and saves up £2(1 he is considered very well off by the employel Just fancy a working man having til audacity, under Capitalism, to own a hut I his own, 40 miles from nowhere, in amorl the hills and rocks — held by a miner's righl with a whole 'twenty quid' save...
Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, 3. — J times (chair), Walsh, Hirst, ? Wilson, Holland. Gouj.BUJtN-sTuui-n', 7.1o. — Mrs. Dun no' (chair), Sladc, Walsh, Rutherford. AIaktin Placm, 7.1o. — .James (chair), Wil son, Hirst. Friday. Dahmnuiiukst, 7. — Mrs. James (chair), Mrs. Harris, Sladc, Hirst.
Port Pirie Progressing. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Port Pine Progressing. BY U.O. Somk of us came to the conclusion that Port Pirie was industrially the most backward place in Australia, and needed something to give it a push ahead. So we: decided to form an S.F.A. branch here. We number about 20 ' Rods.' During the past wuok F. Johnson, of Adelaide branch, arrived. One, evening thu local Salvation Army captain delivered a speech on tho workers of Port Pirie, declaring that they wore all well paid, and chal lenging anyone to contradict him. Johnson, Olson, and myself accepted the challenge, and theS.A.. sky pilot; was sent down and out. The listen ing crowd seemed well pleased. The Army man then spoke on tho good work done by tho S. A,., and threw out another challenge. As the hour was late it was arranged, that .Johnson and Olson should do bate with the captain the following week. — 1 5. '.1.11. LATKR. F. Johnson, Socialist, gave Capt. Dixon, of the Salvation Army, a surprise when, in the second street debate, with many people list...
Russian Immigrants' Protest. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Russian Immigrants' Protest. r.y m. sirmrnxKKXs. Tin-: Ri ssian immigrants working -ui the Dalhy-Tara railway line (Q.) held a meet ing mi Jan. ??-?'- to protest against the death sentences passed on l'r. Kotoku anil his wife and other Socialists and Anarchists. After a number of speeches, 'the follow ing resolution was carried: ''That this .'meeting of Russian immi grants protests against the action of the Jap anese authorities in sentencing to death Dr. Denjiro Kotoku, his wife and 24 other So cialists and Anarchists for the alleged crime of plotting against the Japanese Imperial family, such charge being absolutely false; and declares that such action goes to show that the Government of Japan is endeavor ing to do to death Japan's best scholars and thinkers, with a view of strangling the Japanese working-class movement — for which purpose the Capitalist Government is goinjj back to savagery, and adopting the barbarous methods of its neighbor, savage Czarism. ? AW ? Russians know ...
How Long, O Nations? [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
How Long, 0 Nations ? ny i'kijuv hurst. Tun body of Dr. Kotoku. has been handed over to the Imperial University for dissection ?in accordance with the terms of his will! If Dr. Kotoku had been the desperado that the capitalist press would have us be liuvu, he would hardly' have bequeathed his bodjr to the scientists for humanity's bene fit. Wu are led to doubt thu veracity ol the capitalist press, for wuaru also informed thsit the execution of Dr. Kotoku and his follow ers is to be succeeded by a tierce campaign against Socialism (not Anarchism) through out the empire; all Socialist organisations are to be suppressed with a strong hand. Detectives are busily investigating in all directions, and hundreds of raids on private houses and public institutions have been planned, not only in the city, but all over the country. Which reminds us of the raid in England some weeks back against the ' ' alleged Anarchists. ' ' The Japanese capi talists seem to be taking a lesson from their brothe...
Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Japan. Dr. Kotoku, his wife, and ten others were brutally1 murdered by the Japanese Government on Tuesday of last week. The cable reports that the executions lasted from 8 o'clock in the morning till 8 oclock in the afternoon, a single gallows being used. Each of the condemned persons died alone, and all of them, including Dr. Kotuku's wife, went to their death calmly.
The "Labor" Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
The ' Labor ' Conference. _♦- — ? Tin-: so-called Labor conference, which has I been sitting for the past week, has once I again revealed the. positive middle-class char- I acter of the concern, and furnished further I excellent reasons why Socialists must fight I the Labor Party more uncompromisingly I than ever. It will have to be a very dense I Socialist, indeed, who will now see rea- 1 son for remaining in the ranks of the Labor I Party. A proposal to adopt the Socialist! objective was unceremoniously jumped on I with both feet by an overwhelming major- 1 ity — the minority was so small, in fact, that I it was not deemed worth while recording! the nu.nbers; full citizen rights for women! have been denied a place on the platform I — women evidently being regarded as some- 1 what inferior to the men of the L.P.. and! only useful to canvass votes for said men;! the 'land nationalisation' plank has! been retained, but— as Mr. Nielsen pointed! out— this is easily explained away to th...
Revolutionary Socialists' Protest. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Revolutionary Socialists' Protest. At the meeting of the Administrative Coun cil on Tuesday night, the following was carried : ' That this meeting of the Administrative Council of the Socialist Federation of Aus tralasia, voicing the sentiments of the i Revolutionary Socialists of all Australia, de nounces the brutal murder of Dr. Kotoku and his wife and ton others by the capitalist government of Japan, and expresses deepest sympathy with the Socialist movement in Japan in the loss it has .sustained through the death of these comrades. ' That the foregoing bu forwarded to the Japanese Socialists through the Internation al Socialist Bureau, and also to tliuJapane.se Ambassador in London.'
Books, Magazines, and Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Books, Magazines, and Papers. A umitkd number of copies of Kropotkin's French Revolution ' will be available at end of February. Socialists and other readers wishing to procure same should place orders in advance with the secretary of the Literature Department. The price is 7s postage extra. The Literature Department has in stock McCabc's 'Evolution,' and also the same author's 'Prehistoric Man' — books every Socialist should read. The price of each is ]s 3d; postage extra. Sydney Truth reprints W.R.W.'s Corona tion Fantasia,. Mackay Pioneer reproduced Alf. Unsen's verses: ' My Toast.' A pennorth of dynamite struck this office t'other day; still we're here smiling, the dynamite in question being a copy of The International Socialist, a paper familiarly termed the ' ' literary dynamite' ' by the ap proving Socialists.— Sydney Truth. A work to be reviewed shortly in these columns is 'Dorothea,' an excellent poetical narrative, by W. Siebenhaar, of Westralia. The International Socialis...
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. j For if hlimil In: the prim of all ijimr wealth, (Stiml (toil! tiv. have paid it in full! Tiiukk firemen on the steamer Waipara— Jas. Hill, 'Ernest Saddler, and William Martin— were drowned at Brisbane. Thomas Donovan, lorryman, was thrown from his lorry, in Brisbane,' and killed. Davis Gallagher, laborer, fell down the hold of the .barque Le Tour a'Auvergne, at Pulpit Point, Sydney, and sustained a broken arm and injuries to the pelvis. A collision occurred between a passenger and a coal train on the Rlxmdda Valley (Eng.) line, a number of people being killed. The bodies of eight men and three children liavo been recovered. They in clude three members of the executive of the South Wales Miners' Federation. John Clements Masters, .miner, was killed by a fall of coal at Pelaw Main colliery. Francis Bogy, fencer employed by the railway department, was run over by a train at Lithgow, and shockingly injured. Two feet, one hand, and part of the other were se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
HOW TO GET A Libraiy^ for Nothing i Read This i-^andlefto Work ! Fou every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for The International 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 to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt iorms -will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in weekly while receipt books must be 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 IntehnationalSouialibt, the uncompromising, lighting organ of ...
Murdered at Mt. Morgan. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 February 1911
Murdered at Mt. Morgan. ? a ? BY LIBKltTAS. That paradise of the worker, Mt. Morgan, where strikes and unions arc unknown, and where the bosses are imbued with a Christ-like feeling of equality toward their wage-slaves (vide Richards, manager), has, to its already long list, added another hu man sacrifice on the altar of Capitalism, in the person of Thomas McKelvie, aged 32 years. .McKelvie was employed by the Co. as a loco driver, and noticing smoke issuing from the main flue of the smelters, left his engine to ascertain the cause. He scrambled ' on to the top of the flue, the arch of which is so rotten that it immediately gave way, pre cipitiating the unfortunate victim into a hell of fumes and hot flue-dust. When extricated, the skin had peeled oft' both his arms from the elbow down, and his hands were torn and bleeding. The ' generous and humane company ' evidently - had no men to spare for, WITH OUT ATTENDING TO HIS WOUNDS, 1 HEY ALLOWED McKELVIE TO WALK TO THE HOSPITAL, a dist...
Socialist Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Socialist Literature. Economic Argument for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St. Johni. 1'er doz . iM Id Prepare for Action (Tom Mann) Id What Life Means To Me (Jack London) Id What is u Scab (A. M. Simons) Id Kconomics of the. Ki-;ht-hours Day Id Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) Id Jones's Buy Id Economic Foundations of Australian Politics I'd Commercial Morality 2d The Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2d Socialism and the Worker (F. A.' gorge) 2d The Future of Woman (H. Burrows) 2d Socialism and thu Survival of the Fittest (J. Connell) 2d Some Objections toSocialisin Answered ('Tat- tler') -_M Sedition in X.S.W.— What is it ? 2d Mental Dynamite ud The Axe to the Root (.fames Connolly) 2d Art and Socialism (Jaures) ' L'd The Piimphleis in the following list contain :',2 pages each, and are the best short propaganda hooks that can be obtained at the price. They will be sent post free at isOd per dozen assorted. Women & the Social Problem ( May .Simons) 2d Revolutionary Union...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This !-»--anJto 'to Work ! For every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, »r yearly) that YOU send in for Thk Intbun'atioxal 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 to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt lorms will be issued to members and other approved can vaasers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in weekly while receipt books must be 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 International Socialist, the uncompromising, fighting organ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
AD J lW 1 through this para Kcd mark s™^ indicates llVU mtU ?* that YOUR SUB SCRIPTION 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 stated, the Executive will take it as an inti mation that you wish to have the paper dis continued. Cf you take a sword and dror it, And go run a feller thru, Guv'ment ain't ter answer for it — God'll send the bill ter you. — J. RUSSELL LOWELL.
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. H II ll- III S* 111 M II m Ml » -*l III' St W »^ \,0 -i# - ** ^l^^^^y \|^^^^^^- J% For if blood be l/n: prim1 of nil i/onr tivnlth, (land (iod! w-: Ikiiv. iMu'd'it in full! C. Lockykak, carter, had his leg broken twice through a cartload of stone crushing him at Kogarah. Walter McKenzie, laborer, was killed by a fall of earth in a brick pit at Gore Hill. James Shree, an oiler in the mill at the South Mine, Broken Hill, was dragged into the machinery, the cogs mangling one of his feet, necessitating amputation. James McGlynn was employed feeding a chaff-cutter near Orange, when his foot slipped into the feed box, and was drawn through the rollers and under the knives. ' Six times the knives sliced off inch lengths of the unfortunate man's foot, which was chopped away to the instep, while the shinbone was badly bruised.' The leg was afterwards amputated below the knee. An explosion of dynamite on a suburbs* n pier in New York killed seven men: seven were f...