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British Columbia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
British Columbia. The execution by tho Japanese Govern ment of Dr. Kotoku has caused great indig nati -n in Socialist circles in Canada. Mr. Hawthornthwaite, Socialist member of the British Columbian Parliament, has given notice of a motion in the following ? terms : ' In view of the fact that Japan has in flicted the death penalty on certain Social ist working-men in an endeavor to delay the advance of human freedom, th's House con demns the ruling. Powers in Japan and re grets that Groat Britain should ally herself for any purpose with a Guvernment capable of such unspeakable barbarity.'
To our Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
To our Contributors. * — CoXTHIIlLTOHS to TlIE InTEIINATIOXAI. SOCIALIST Ore reminded that our space is exceedingly limited. The efore short articles and crisp and snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of securing pub lication. Writers are asked to note that preference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from ;i Revo utlonnry Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding nOO words cannot be printed. Write legibly, on one .side of the paper only, anil leave good space between the lines. 'When posting, leave ends open, and mark '' Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then be sufficient, from any part of Australia. Address to 'The Editor.' Every contribution must bear the writer's name — not necessarily for publication.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
The veteran ( itti'iiiii.ii Socialist and Member ut' the lJc-ichsl.ag, whose death is announced per cable this week. Australia sorrows with Germany and all the work i lg-elass world for one.' who was a valiant tighter for human freedom through long years of hitter perse cution and repression. ' Ho sleeps well.' Tl.i: diiily press eahles report: ' '1 here was ;iu impressive demonstration at the fu nei-iil of Herr Paul Singer, the deputy- leader ( I' tin: Socialist Party in the Reichstag, who died on Wednesday. A procession of oO.OOO, walking live and six ahreast, started from the oil ices of I Viw/*. the Socialist journal, at noon, and Ihe linal contingent reached the Krieflrichsfeldt Cemetery at nightfall. Im mense, crowds lined the streets. The Social ists and marshals kept perfect order through out.'' At this week's meeting of the In ternational Socialist Party, it was re solved: 'That the secretary be instructed to convey to the sul phide workers at Cockle Creek the congratulatio...
Poland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Poland, The Warsaw Socialist paper MloL, organ of 'the Marxists, has. been suppressed, by the police. The editor was thrown into prison by order of this Governor-General of Warsaw; the editorial offices were dosed and sealed up; and thu printing of the paper forbidden. All this is contrary to the Press Law, and was cariied out in a perfectly arbitrary man ner.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
SUNDAY EVENING, fEB. 12, .it .S o'clock sh.irp. The Inli-rn.tlional S.iciali.-l I'ai-ly, having secured BORONIA HALL, Corner of (!corge-sl. WcM and .lones-st., near Hani-.- -I.. Svdni-v, will open same THIS SIWDAY KVKNIXli. with a lecture hy I i. L HOLLAND 'Tin: Labor Conference: Some of its Propositions und Decisions.' Son;;.-.. Uucitations. Congregational Singing. Silver Coin Collection. Lecture.- every Sunday evening at Uoroiiia Mali. Make it known. -I. LI. WILSOX, Sec.
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
j The Passing Show. CONDUCTED P.Y OTl'S. Till-: A.W.U. Conference! has censured the Federal Government, for sending 'a con tingent of IS members' to the coronation corroborreo. The Hungarian loan of £-20,000,000 was over-subsoribcil-tu the- colossal amount of £o.S;3, 000,000! German investors applied for £o00,000,000. An item like this explains the need for wars of conquest to secure new markets. The. telegraphists ''refuse to tolerate the attitude of the Public. Service Commission er.' L. S. Dummor writites from Hilltop, Garland: 'The reason the workers do not so readily respond to our untiring efforts to direct them to the light is that their ' little tin gods of Labor' have not yet been pushed off their pedestals, and they (lliu workers) are too busy thinking out excuses for the niiiny short-comings of the said tin gods. . . The bust method of education. is U- forward Till-: Istkkxationai. .Sociai.ist I' the in dividuals one wishes to reach. I :uit con vinced that if the paper wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Pe ? 111111 IMS AT TMK Marxian Printing House 61 Goulburn^St., Sydney. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. '' Whiit 1.1k: Labor Party has pjot for the Politt i-iiin with Compulsory Arbitration— Osborne l'ark, Gore Hill, the residence of Mr. W. M. Hujrhes, M..P.' ; and 'What the Labor Farty has got for the Workers with Compulsory Ar bitration — Miners' Mansions at Platteburg. B. ' Coal Country Contrasts.' 'The residence of Mr. Alex. Ross (Walleend Coal Co.), Platta bnrjr' ; and 'Miners' Homes on Wallsend Co.'s Estate at Platteburg.' 3 ' Whore the Miners Live.' 'Pitt Town, W.-ills'end,' and 'Miners' Homea.' t. ''Tim Red Flag Brigade'— jailed for protesting ;i;:iiiiist the Coercion Act. 5. II. H. Holland — sentenced to two yeara' hard labor in Albury Jail for sedition for a speech v in connection with the Broken Hill Lockout. ? -. I '.100 Conference Delegates. One IVnny Each. Assorted Packete, 6 for 4d Postage Extra. WJmltviilft from General Treasurer, 8.F.A., 274 Pitt Street, S...
International Notes. Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
International Notes. Russia. The Russian revolution is again raising its head. Stolypin, and his police, hangmen, black hundreds, tortures and assassins, after their orgy of blood which followed on the splen did revolutionary fight oMOOo-6; after hav ing carefully stowed away in the various fortresses and prisons — or banished to ter rible exile in Siberia — all whom they con sidered dangerous; were resting, seemingly satiated, but really awaiting further oppor tunities for practising their fearsome arts. French and English gold, profusely give.i, had well buttressed the one-time tottering autocracy, and had further enabled it to suppress in the most blood-thirsty manner the aspirations of the Russian people. It was the hour of darkness. The reac tion triumphed everywhere. AH the high placed bats and vultures, from Nicholas dawn wards, hovered in the gloom amidst the corpses of. their victims. It was as though the blight of hate, oppression and greed had settled for ever upon that u...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Answers to Correspondents. H.A.B., Mr. MouciAX.— Will gladly comply with request. E.H.Iv., Brisbane. — Forwarding back numbers missed. A.U., Adelaide. — Will print verses. Copy referred to not yet received . Sidney PAimuuB. — Will use soon as space permits. ? E.V.C., Broken Hill.— Writing. CrWAMA Faum. — Clippings received. Thanks. S.M., Artarmon. — Thanks. Will use J.W.K., Piper's Flat. -Thanks. Sug gestions attended to and niessiiiresduliviircd.
ONWARD, FREEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
ONWARD, FREEMEN, Onward a] I true freemen, Marching on to p^ice, With the thoughts nf Jnntico Wars and battles cease ; Like a mighty army Moves the ancient church. Brothei- slaughters brother In her onward march. Onward all true freemen Marching on to peace, With the thoughts of Justice Wars and battles cease. rJhe sword and cross conibin'd, Going on before, Still desolate mankind As in ages yore; The bigot's shout is heard, Cruel creeds die hard, Louder rings the watchword Soldiers, march onward.' All free states have perish 'd f'Neath the Church's sway, Thrones and tyrants flourished' In her awful day; The Church called militant; Constant still remains, To slaughter crusaders, And old slavery's chains. Onward all good people. Join no battle throng, Blend fraternal voices, In. triumphant song; Tyrants, thrones, must perish, Warlike Churches fail; ' C4ates of hell'' can never 'Gainst the Truth prevail. Onward then all freemen Marching on to peace, With the thoughts of Justice Wars a...
The Confiscation of Life and Property. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
The Confiscation of Life and Property. (From 'The Economist,' London, July 31st. 191 S.) . We said at the beginning of the war that a conflict between the armed forces of States means the confiscation of life, labour, and property. That has been going on all the time. You cannot take more from a man than his life; but you may be content to take pro perty by degrees and to enlist labour, whether for military service or for the armament industries, by voluntary means. But if the idea of compulsion is applied, as certain Ministers and politicians openly desire, to labour, let them pause. CONFISCATION APPLIED. If the working classes find their labour confiscated at the demand of Lord NorthclifTe (owner of many British newspapers), they may, and probably will, exert ail their power against property. There are signs of this spirit already, and we recommend a few para graphs which appeared in last week's 'London Opinion' beneath the well-known signature of Mr. James Douglas to the perusal ...
Alfred Edden's Inconsistency. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Alfred Edden's Inconsistency. itv t. ion's tooth. A liorr nine years ago a motion was passed by the Colliery Employees' Federation of the Newcastle; district to appoint a deputation consisting of representatives of the C.E.F. and the Labor members representing the the Northern district, in Parliament to interview the Minister for Mines, Mr. Kidd, and urge upon him the reeessity of bringing in a bill to amend the 'Coal Minos Regulation Ac!' so as to provide that all cages in which persons descend or ascend the colliery shafts ofN.S.W. should he fitted with automatic safcty caielies. The deputation was ac cordingly appointed,- and tlie report of the interview was published in the Newcastle Herald us follows: Coal Mines Act. — Reforms Asked For. — Deputation lo the Minister. — Sydney, Tues day (April Hi, 1902).— 'A deputation comprising ^Fr. J. Bower, the president, Mr. M. Charlton, the treasurer, and Mr. J. Curley, the general secretary of the Col liery Employees of the Northern distr...
Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 February 1911
Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, 3. — Wilson (chair), Hurst, Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Harris, Holland, Walsh, Foldhuseii. ? Mautin Pi,.vok, 7. 1'). — Wilson, Hurst. Coi'LiiijHN-sTKKCT, . 7.1.'). — Harris (chair), Foldhuscn, Ituthorford. Boroxia Hai.l, corner .of, (teorge-street. West and Jones-street, Sydney. — James (chair). H. IO. Holland lectures on [ 'The Labor Conference; some of its I 'impositions and 'Decisions.' ? ' Friday. j D.VHMNCinuitsT, 7. — Rutherford (chair), ' Hurst, Slade, .Mmuenlhal.