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TO Subscribers at Lithgow and Elsewhere. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

T« Subscribers at Lithgow and Elsewhere. Tiiitoixiii an accident, some time back, the names and addresses of a number of sub scribers at Lithgow and several other centres were mislaid, and, in consequence, the pa pers have not been forwarded. In csieli of those cases the paper is being forwarded as from this issue, and the money previously paid will be credited as from this date. O. W. JouciKXSKX, Press Sec. Fell. IS, ] '.I I 1.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Belgium. On January 1, 1911, the nine hours day for miners came into force. Some ' excep tions,' however, are provided for in the law, and the employers arc doing their very utmost to extend these exceptions to the point of making the slight reform of no avail. They find a willing assistant in the Government, lliey have sent tS!) different applications to the Council of Industry and Labor, the chairman of which is the Presi dent of the Chamber of Deputies, and which, of course, consists for the most part of representatives of the capitalist class. Vandervelde and the Socialist miners brought forward the matter in the Chamber. A yea-* had been allowed the mine-owners as a period of transition, and they have al lowed it to pass without making the neces sary technical arrangements for the intro duction of the nine hours day. Now they say it is impossible to be ready, and want to wait till 1914. Vandervelde and the miners moved that the request of the mine Owners be refused. The latter ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Answers to Correspondents. i-\R., ITor.Ai.'T, Tsis. — Papers forwarded. A.McP., Nainbotir, ',). — Regret line.; un suitable Thanks. C.C., Port Pirie.— Thanks. A.iax. — Next issue. A.O., Auckland: W.M., Yerranderrie. — Received. L.L.I!.. North Syd-my; BuuoSi'i-x:, New town. --Thanks. Will use when space per mits. J. I.)., Hundi. — Sub. received. Thanks. E. A. Brown wrote to Sydney Herald the other day to say thsit, sis oneliundredand twenty-three yesirs have passed since the British Hag was first hoisted at Macquarie Place, on anniversary day, despite the pour ing rain, he wsilked there to pay his respects to the ssiid Jlag. Me was stricken, with horror to find that the Hag wasn't Hying (although 'how any self-respecting ilag could lly in pouring rain he doesn't ssiy), smcl he was debarred from psiying his. respects to it. The purpose of his letter to the Hn'rald .wsis to protest that the ssiid flag ought tobe (ly ing every anniversary day in order- that loyal citizens might luive 'a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

International Notes. Austria. The Upper Chamber threw out the motion for the prohibition of nigh two rk for women. The Vienna Arbeitcrzc.it iuuj was confiscated in consequence of its criticisms of the Upper Chamber for this action. The following day (December 22), it was again confis cated for its remarks on the confiscation ! Also the Czech Socialist papers in Brunn and Prog fell into the hands of the Public Prosecutors, who had evidently received orders from Vienna.

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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

The Passing Show. COXDUCTKI) «Y OTUS. A dkntist named Mclntosh recently ordered some timber, to bo used-in constructing a Hying machine, from an Annandale timber man. The timber was delivered, but was not paid for on the grounds that the wrong material had been supplied. The timber man sued for the price of the timber, ? and the nying-macmne dentist suc ceeded in persuading the Court to say that he wasn't liable to pay on account of his not getting the right 'material. Then the timber man again sued to recover the ma terial which the dentist said he wouldn't have because it wasn't the right stuff; and the dentist pleaded that as the timber man had previously sworn that he had sold him the timber, he couldn't now get it back— all he could was to sue for the price (which the other Court had already ruled he couldn't recover because he had supplied the wrong miileriiil ! ) ; and once more the dentist won. The point in the incident is that it de monstrates the ' ethical ' side of capita...

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REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

REVENGE. [Foil TlIK I.NTKUNATtO.WU. .SlK'IAUST. 1 M§F/- 13Y W.R.W. gfaViiKN the workers come into their own, iPfiAnd freedom we c;in boast; fitWihen the idlers are defeated, and m® Become a routed host; ffHow sliall we treat our masters, who f|f Have dealt with us so ill? '/We'll make it very warm for them, ' ' You may depend we will. ?;. In Held, or mill, or workroom. £ Each one shall do his share; |-; No longer shall they sit and loaf ||. While we their burdens bear; If A little useful work a day — i . Although it needn't kill, I, 'Twill wake the gentry up a bit- — ^ You may depend it will. £ .And when our work is over, i Quite early in the day, I Unless they are too dignified, I We'll have them out to play; I Of song, and sport, and laughter, ? Each one shall have his fill; Will that not be a sweet revenge? You may depend it will.

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A Message for You! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

A Message for You! I!Y A. .IA.MKS. We have a message for you, the worker. It will not wait. It is the ciy that rises from our age — our capi talistic age. Each age has its lie. Each age calls for a truth to replace that lie. The lie of our age — the capitalistic lie — lurks in the houses in which you live, in the food you eat, in the clothes you wear. It masks under a respectable cloak, and is labelled ' ' Durable, ' ' Cheap, ' ' ' A Chance of a Lifetime, ' ' and incidentally be trays a universal cancer in having so to blazen forth its durability. A universal cancer. That means: Boots are rotten, houses are jerry built, food is adulterated, life is sor did? Yes. That men and women and children are corrupt? No! Then what? It means that the con ditions under which we live, the profit system, which grinds us one against the other, makes boots rot ten, because rotten boots are cheaper than sound boots; makes shoddy clothes and impure foods, because shoddy clothes and impure foods arc ch...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

To our Contributors. — * — CoNTHiituTons to Tun Iktkkn'ation'ai. Socialist are reinimlutl that our spnce is exceedingly limited. The eforc short articles and crisp and snappy par agraphs will liave the bostchanw1 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 Revolutionary Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding 500 words cannot be printed. Write legibly, on one side of the paper only, and leave good space between the lines. When postiiw, 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 lor publication. Friends and Members visiting The Inter national Socialist Office arc urged to assist in getting business done with expedition. DON'T STAY TO TALK. We're always busy; and th...

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A BATTLE SONG FOR THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

A BATTLE SONG FOR THE WORKERS Mine eyes have seen the banners of the marshalled hosts of toil ; They are pouring from the workshops, they are springing from the soil; They are shouting for the surcease of the weary murk and moil — The day is marching on. I have seen a crimson ensign on the rigid battle line; Lo, it flames, a fiery pillar, beacon of a hope divine; They are singing in the trenches, though the angry foemen whine — The day is marching on. Let us sound the call of labor, for the har vest now is ripe ; Lay the sickle to its reaping, while the cheery bugles pipe; Wind again the Stentor's trumpet, and let loose the tongues of type — The day is marching on. — B. F. Sutherland, in Appeal to Reason.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This !-----and Cefto Work ! Fob every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) tliat YOU send in for The International Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books to he 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 ionvis 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 Tub International Socialist, the uncompromising, lighting orga...

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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Capiialism's Trail of Blood. /?-?;? //' I'lixnl In- lilt' i»-in: nf nil i/niii- iivitll/i Cwui dull «?-? fair,- !„,;,(';( ;,, 'mi; Eiciit children, at Berne, Switzerland, were poisoned through Hating bad margarine. Barrier Truth publishes a striking cartoon [ over the inscription: ' The capitalists' toll of blood.' Underneath is a list of the names uf those killed in the Broken Hill mines during 1 1)1 0. Albert Punipa, a lad, toil from a waggon he was driving near Monty and was run nver. He received severe internal injuries. Three railway workers — S. W. Buttle, N. Morris, and Frank Clay — were injured by a fall of earth near North Melbourne station. J. T. Ilardie, canvasser, poisoned himself at Moore Park, Sydney, with lysol. Claude Smyth, painter, was using Bruns wick black and benzine at Metiers' stove foundry at Alexandria, when the material caught lire, and Smyth was severely burned about the legs. Thomas HeiYernan, apprentice at Atkins' furniture factory, Sydney, got his hind ...

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Phrases and Philosophies. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Phrases and Philosophies, Tnii first duty in life is to l-c its artificial as possible. What the second duty is, no one has yet discovered. Those who see any difference between soul and body have neither. A really well-made buttonhole is the only Hi-a- lif.fuww.n Arl, and Nature. Religions die when they are proved to be true. Science is the record ot dead re ligions. The well-bred contradict other people. The wise contradict themselves. If one tells the truth, one is sure sooner or later to lie found out. It is only by not paying our bills that one can hope to live in the memory of the com mercial classes. Only the shallow know themselves. The only way to atone for being occasion ally overdressed is by being always absolutely over educated. Any preoccupation with ideas of what is right or wrong in conduct shows an arrested intellectual development. Ambition is the last refuge of the failure. In examinations the foolish ask questions that the wise cannot answer. One should either lie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Books, Magazines, and Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Books, Magazines, and Papers. ' Towakiw the Light,' by Princess Karadja (Coles' Mook Arcade) is a. little booklet of sweet blank verse setting forth the spiritual istic belief in its most attractive dress. A biographical note by Annie Bright tells who the Princess is, and Imw the book cainc to be republished in Australia. Cbas. Kerr and Co., Chicago, report: We are just closing the most successful year in the history of the publishing house. The receipts of the Inleriiulionul SoaialUt Rci-ieio for the year arc nearly lo.OOOdoL, and our book sales over oo,000dol., making a total of over 18,000 for the year. The most notable development of the year has been the rapid growth of the International Socinlid Review. Three years ago it had a monthly circulation. of 8,000 copies, and its support was a heavy burden on the publish ing house. Fts circulation lias now reached 33,000, with every prospect for a rapid in crease in the near future. Next week, Kropotkin's '' Great French Revolution''...

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Strike-Wreckers in the Holy City. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Strike-Wreckers in the Holy City. uv ir.s.c. At present industrial peace prevails in the Holy City ; but judging by the discontent prevalent in so many in dustries, our strike-settling Govern ment is in for a busy time in the near future. The Postal and Telegraph em ployees seem to be on the verge of revolt. They have been indulging in some straight talk afc the atti tude adopted by the Public Service Commissioner and the P.M.G. The implement makers at Gawler and other centres, who are very poorly paid, are talking strike. Discontent is also prevalent amongst the builders' laborers, and even the Liquor Trade Employees' Unionists, who some months ago were jubilating over the amicable re lations that existed between them and their masters, have threatened to cease work if the log of wages which they have presented to the masters is not agreeu to. It has been stated that in the log which the employers sent to the Liquor Trades Union, the employers declared that if the horse-drivers in ...

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S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

SJ JL News & Notes. South Australia. Tine Party's pn paganda work is showing steady progress. The out-door meetings at G rote-street on Saturday nights and at the Botanic Park on Sunday continue to draw large attendances. A feature of our Saturday evening meet ings of late has been the large number of plain clothes police that attend, and stay until the termination of the, meeting. Re cently, a large number of Labor supporters attended, and endeavored to prevent us from speaking, but without success. A policeman inquired of comrade Bryan on Saturday week if he had a permit to speak, and was answered in the allirniative. The comrades are. satisfied that our propa ganda work is having a marked inllueneeon the workers when such strong desires nre shown in certain quarters to prevent us holding our meetings. On Snnrla.v . niirht comrade Movie de livered a delightfully instructive address on 'Karl Marx, his life and work,' to a large and enthusiastic audience. — 2.2. II. On Sunda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

. ^ ^ ^ Already acknowledged - do I!) 7 Per 0. JorgensL'ii ? (liuok l'2) I-l.D. Is, -J. rVicdrrich & - 0 3 0 Mrs. Dura Monteliure - - o 0.0 JEW) 2 7 Advance' I as Loans. Already acknowledged - (- 0 0 Total - 75 2 7 All communications Lo In; addressed to 0. \V. Jorgciisen, secretary. Press b\md Com mittee, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney. Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, o. — tflade (chair), Wilson. Mi*. Lynch, M. O'Dowd, Koldlmsen. iMautin Vl.\uh, 7. lo. — Whilmorc (chair). Slado, Hurst. Goui.uukx-stuekt, 7.15. — James (chair), Feklhuseu, O'Dowd. . ; . BouoMA H'aiJj, corner of Ueorgc-streer. West and Junes-street, Sydney. — .). Blumenlhal ^(chair). ' J' ' U.' Wilson lectures on ' Krom Sa.vngeduni, to |,ho Socialist Lie-public.' Friday. .Daiu,in-;iiiii;st, 7.— Hirst (chair), hY.ld luisen, Slado, lilumcnlhal, Wilson. international Socialist Party. Sunday Lectures. BGRONJA 81ALL, Corner of Ueorge-^t. West siiul .lomr-rt. SUNDAY EVENING, FEB. 19, ; Doors open 7.W., lecture commence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

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, Under the control of Joint Executives, International Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarters : 274 Pitt Street, Sydney. All Business Communications to be addressed to the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — 4s. per year ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand — s. per year ; s per quarter. Other Countries— 8s per year ; 2s per quarter. The International Socialist trill be sent FREE OF CHARGE to Schools of Arts, on condition that it it My filed. Obtainable from the International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. Hie Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide. Barrier Socialist Group, Broken Hill, rhe Socialist Party of New Zealand, Wellington, and Branches. Mrs. Buttery, newsagent, near G.P....

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Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Broken Mill. The following resolutions were unani mously carried at last meeting of the Branch. The first was ordered In be sent to the Socialist Party in Japan, viz.: 'That this meeting of Broken Hill Socialists ex presses its deepest sympathy with tin.- So cialist Party of Japan upon the loss of cninrade Deiijiro Kotoku. his wife, and others, and that we deprecate tin; actions of a class biased and tyrannical (Inwrmiienl in brutally murdering our comrades. We further place on record our appreciation cf the splendid self-sacrificing work of our Japanese comrades for the uplifting of humanity.' The second was ordered lo be sent to tin* Japanese Consul in Sydney: ''That this meeting of Broken Mill So cialists emphatically protests against your Government for the brutal and unju.-tifiablc murder of our comrades, and view the same as more tyrannical than the despotism of the Czar of Russia, and we will avenge our comrades' deatli by hastening the over throw of the present system of soc...

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G. Bernard Shaw on Poverty. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

G. Bernard Shaw on Poverty. The greatest of evils and the worst of crimes is poverty; and our first duty — a duty to which every other consideration should be sacrificed — is not to be poor. . . . Security, the chief pretence of civilisation, cannot exist where the worst of dangers, the danger of poverty, hangs over everyone'? head, and where the alleged protection of our persons from violence is only an acci dental^ result of the existence of a police force whose real business is to force the poor man to see his children starve whilst the idle people overfeed pet dogs with the money that might clothe them. ? *? * * It is exceedingly difficult to make people realise that an evil is an evil. What does this Let Him be Poor mean? It means let him be weak. Let him be ig norant. Let him become a neucleus of disease. Let him be a standing exhibition and example of ugliness and dirt. Let him have rickety children. Let h'm be cheap, and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling ...

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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Sydney Jottings. Comrade Monty O'Dowd, from Perth, W.A., arrived in Sydney on Monday, and w:is warmly welcomed by the .Internationals. ITe put in a couple of days at Melbourne on his w;iy here, and will remain in Sydney for a week, after which he returns once move to the ' uolden west.' A visitor shortly to arrive in Sydney is A. Crawford, who' edited the Voice of Labor — South Africa's Socialist paper. He is ;it present in Auckland. Sunday's Domain meeting whs splen didly attended. Wilson was. chairman, ami fighting speeches were delivered by Walsh and Holland. Sunday night's meeting at Martin Place was very successful. On Sunday night Boronia Hall was packed to overflowing, and a number wen unable to secure admission. A... lames was chairman, and 'I-I. E. Holland deali ex haustively with the LaborParty's conference, exposing the anti-working class character of almost every decision and proposition, and concluding with a declaration that there could be no half-way course for the So...

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