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Alfred Edden's Inconsistency. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 February 1911

Alfred Edden's Inconsistency. by lion's tooth. (Concluded.) -. The seven reasons given by the veritable and veracious Minister for Mines why ex pense should be saved instead of miners' lives is one in which Solomon in all his glory and wisdom could not have written. He says: 'It was urged at the conference that the Government should undertake tests of all the so-called safety-catches in the market, with the object of compelling the mine owners to adopt the best of them. The answer to this suggestion is that the tests would be vkkv expensive, and the Govern ment would not be warranted in under taking them at the cost of the general tax payer, because not a single life lias yet been lost through the breaking of a rope ir- the coal mines of this State, after more than 50 years of mining, which is a most remarkable proof of the methods at present employed.' This reminds me i.f the late Marie Twain's statistics, which proved that there was little or no danger in railway travelling, becau...

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

THE EARLY BIRDS. I WANEued in the wintry uorn, -; j(Md?, damp, and utterly forlorn, ;'';Ahd saw them passing in the grey, Chill drifts of mist, ere yet 'twas day. '; !The workers huddled in their do's, Like ill-drilled reg-i-ments in rows, They hastened to their daily graft. I leaned upon a fence and laughed. From Queen Ann villas half a score, I heard their portly masters snore. And yet the proverb doth affirm The early bird will catch the worm. — Snei.l in the Bulletin.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

i International Notes. i. . .. ? . ? .,.._». Great Britain. From Juiticc wo learn that the Special Effort Fund of the S.D.P. had readied £512 Is 3d on Jan. 1-1.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROOKS AND CROOKS AND FAKERS [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

ROOKS AND CROOKS AND FAKERS BY BUTE SPKC. Ok the rooks and crooks? and fakers we so very often meet, I should like to have a word or two to say. Be it out among the gum-trees, or in the city street, They seem to he around us every day. There's the handy sort of faker with the perforated tray, Who plugs it with a bit of tin or lead— His line is small and simple, and barely can it pay, But I'll mention far more crafty ones— a- head. You know the game of two-up, tossing coppers in the air, It's a risky game to play at, too, begobl Especially when the 'copper' gets into the lair, Or the rook with double-header, called a a n }b. There's the confidential person with an uncle in Fiji, The bush-man's often heard his little tale; Then the man that rings tho changes, a cunning fellow he, Or the ' ' brassy bloke' ' that has a ring for sale. We've the reverend sort of gentry, we can not name them all, At makebelieve they're champions — every one; Of this world's crucifixions, its vinegar and ga...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

International Socialist Party. Sunday Lectures. BORONIA HALL, Corner of Gcorgc-st. West and Junc-st. SUNDAY EVENING, FEB. 26, Doors open 7.80., lecture commences S. Speaker: A. RUTHERFORD. Chairman: A. JAMES. Subject: ' Anti-Militarism.'

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, 3. — Rutherford (chair). Mrs. Lynch, Walsh; Bluinenthal. FeldbiiHon. Martin Place,1 7.15. — Whituiore. (chair), .Blumeitthal, Wilson. , , ' GoULBURN-STREET, 7.15. — Ml'S. DuilllC (chair)', Walsh, Feldhusen'. Sladc. Boroxi.v Hall, ' corner of Georgo-slrout West and Jones-sLreet, Sydney. — James (chair), Rutherford. Subject: Anti-Militarism.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

' The Great French Revolution,' By l'eter ICropotkin. A great, book that shows the working-class side of a greatepouh-niarking event in the world's history. Price, 7.--; posted, Ss. Order from the International Socialist Liter.iUirc .Department.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

In a little over three months 17 cases of typhoid have occurred at Clifton, Coledale, and Scarborough. Four deaths have re sulted. More than 75 per cent, of the houses in the Clifton district visited by the medical officer were condemned by him ;is lit only for condemnation under the Ifcalth Act. ' ? Newton Moore, recently Premier of Westralia, has appointed himself Atfc'iit General for that State at a line fat figure. And so the game goes merrily .on in all States.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To our Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

To our Contributors. CaiTKint.-roi« U) The IisTKK.tA-no.NAi. -/hj-i-i; an? remind'*! that -mr ¥.\-w. ik «'-:- *r*-'li 'Jiriy Yi'.nh-'-i. The vUiT'i uli'tri arti'rl--i- an-i f.-ri-j- aiH -jjapj'.v par agraph* will liavii th': b«s-t f;ijaij-*- 'f - ' 'riii.- pub Jication. »vnu?n- an.' ahfc^J t-o jjoV' Uiat pr'K-i'i:-« vujj [.«; jpveii t-- arti-.'l-« -ji.-iiliii^ v.n), --'jrr«'iit ju-iu-irial aj;'l jKjIitii-al (ivent* frox/j ?' K-.'-. -- 'll'-;inrv .-^?daiist viewpoint. Arti'l'« ini!*'. ii'A -'Z-i*--l I''/- word-. Open Column w/itrii/utioiih wt*«i\n;i Wword cannot Ix: primal. Write 1'^riblj-.. on one ri-i--of the puj^rouly, aii«3 leave go---J fpa/.i; ^;tvi---.-n t)je line-. When porting, )--av-; 'riH* ojx;h. an-i mark ;' PnjHK C-;py Only.' A jx'ijny -lamp -.vill then hx.' Ktjffi'.-ient from any part of Australia. A'J'Jn;-;- to 'The VAil'tr.' Kvery wjitribinio;j hium }^-ar the writer-: name — not n«;wwarl!y ior publication. Friendr and .M'.-rnU-r-: visiting Thk Jntkk NATIOSai. {v/;iAU.v...

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 — 25 February 1911

Answers to Correspondents. C.C., PortPikie; A.S., Lithgow; S.E.B., Balmain. —Thanks. C.L.B., Portland. — Address changed and back numbers forwarded. D.B.M., Sydney; J.H.C., Sydney.— Next issue. J.B. Darlington. — Attended to.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Committee and General Meetings. Thk following fneetinjft will be hel'l at Ti\ Pht r«;t, Kylneyi 'Iririn^ the forth-ymiin^ wwfc : — Thursday, 7— K.F.A. A imi/nVtrativi- Coou'ril. ThumJay, H— Vjr?tuwA-: C'lau:. Monday, 7..'/0 p.m. — CJuh Kx«cutjvi\ Monday, H.'.'Ji p.m. — Joint Kx«scutivi--. Monday. '?). in p.m. — Party Kxwulive. ATI J H/l 1 through this para Red Mark **&' -™ *- *** scuiprro.v will ex.pi.ke with. NEXT IHHI.'K, and »iu.-:t J/.' renewed with in ten dayn from date of this issue if '.you wish the paper to continue. It your Sub Kuription is not renewed within the time kU.U.*!, Uie Kxe-:utive will take it as an inti mation that you wish to have i.!i-: paper dis continued, j I He is the Philistine who upholds the heavy, cum- ; brous, blind, mechanical forces of society, and who ? does not reognKe dynamic ion z when be meets it ' either in a man or a movement.- OSCAR WILDE. ;

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Discontent at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Discontent at Broken Hill. HY A REVOLUTIONARY. A utii uk. Griffith's wage slaves at Uruber umberka water works are seething witlv dis content through one of Arthur's under strappers driving them like mules in a waggon. Talking to a recent employee from Umberumberka, lie told that he anticipated a strike within few days. However, secre tary Barnett, of the A.M. A., has been down to the scene of discontent and settled the trouble for the time being. The Labor Minister is only paying the Umberumberka men the miserable wage of 9s (.id a day— the same wage as the mines pay here. He makes no allowance for the men down there having to keep two homes. The District Area Officer for the cadets ('Majah' Crane) is somewhat wrath at the poor registration returns here. Tho miners' sons are strongly protesting against being trained to murder and plunder at the behest of the Capitalist class. The lads of the Barrier, I think, will prefer jail rather allow silver-tails to train and. drill them to de...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fever Dens at Clifton. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Fever Dens at Clifton. I!V II.I..I*. 'I low Ion;/ ii f. I ho. /-ro/-n''-tor' I'i '/-? iillom-il In rim limn; tliinnhUniifllii'ni/n,' n/.k'. Dr. A'/iburloiiTlniiiiji m, /?« llis. ivnwlnl of the wtnlmiiiurii' ji:iv.r--ilnrki:ii ' luimi-.H ' til Clifton. Thk doctor's question will bo an swered oy an unoerstanuing 01 oo cialisrn. The colliery proprietors and all others of the Ruling Class will be allowed to continue this state of things ko long as the working cla«H refuse to listen to the message of .Revolutionary Socialism. That message is: ' Workers of the world unite and claim the full pro duct of your labor.' Let Dr. Ash burton -Thompson understand what this message means, and ho will an swer his own question. We of the 'Revolutionary Socialist movement recognise that the .state of things now existing is the I'jiult of the working class of the world, and that the workers can alter it and bring about their own emancipation. The workers hold the power to alter their environment. :i.ml...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Open Letter. To the Sweated Postal Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Another Open Letter. To the Sweated Postal Workers. HY If. K. HOLLAND. Fkliow Wa-;k- Workers,— Just now, while your deputations are calling upon Mr. W . M . Hughes (whom you will remember as the gentleman who joined hands with Mr. Wade in the wrecking of the coal strike, and who, therefore, is not likely to favor any conscious postal workers), the Labor Government is taking full advantage of the delays those deputations and temporising create by en deavoring to poison the minds of the rest ot the working-class against you. In the Labor Party's official organ, the Sydney Worker, under cover of an attack on the other middle-class papers— the dailies, it is de clared in effect that your grievances are not nearly so bad as you are painting them, that the militant among you are foolish in dividuals who are an unavoidable element, that you are taking advantage of the measure of free speech bestowed on you by the Labor Party; and that your agitation should be discouraged, instead of encour...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Senator Pearce: His Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Senator Pearce : His Scheme ♦ — iiV J'KK-.V UCRrT. In his recent somewhat frenzied ap peal to the school boys and appren tices to respond to the call of Capi talism and get ready to learn how to kill people, Senator Pearce says: i i 1 1 * i 1 ii t we nave a grand country nere, and every day we are making it a better one to live in.' Senator Pearce' h view is, of course, the view of the smi'll capitalist. I am a manual laborer (to be a manual laborer, they say, is to be cursed by fate), and 1 want to say a few words from the standpoint of a manual laborer. I will readily concede that Australia in a grand country, quite capable of supplying in abund ance the people's every need and every luxury — even if O-o population were a hundred times as great as now. The same thing might be said of almost every other country. If you should doubt this, quietly peruse ' Fields, Factories, and Workshops,' by Kropotkin. But the fact remains that in this grand country there are thousands and tons of ...

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 — 25 February 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. ?For If blond In', tin: pries, of nil. i/our wmIHi, flood (hull uv linn', lutul il In full! RoisKitT Bayluv, employed in removing a a house in two sections on a lorry, was electrocuted through coming in contact with a live wire at Carlton, Vic, on Saturday. b. Uharman and fcl. Harvard, carters, were seriously injured by a falling wall at Redfern on Saturday. Charman's head and face were lacerated, his jaw broken and his body and limbs bruised. Harvard sustained scalp wounds, had his foot badly smashed and body and limbs injured. D. Mannix was killed and C. Carlson severely injured while working on the s.sl Palermo at Darling Island. Chas. Skcnan, sailor, had his leg broken while helping to load the steamer Toncurry at Cape Hawke. R. Gates, storeman, sustained concussion of the brain through two cases falling on him at J.-C. Love's premises, Sydney. T. Todd, a Redfern jockey, was seriously injured through the horse he was riding falling ih'the hurdle race...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man's Long Story. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

Mans Long Story. a Is imagination sland off in vacant space and see the earth rolling by you, a huge bubble, with all its con tinents and seas and changing sea sons and countless forms of life upon it. and remember that you are look ing upon a great, cosmic organism, pulsing with the vital currents of the universe, and that what it holds of living forms were not arbitrarily im posed upon it from without, but vitally evolved from within, and that man himself is one of its products as literally as are the trees that stand rooted to the soil. AVhence the impulse that sent man forward? Why vas one animal form endowed with the capacity for end less growth and development, and the others denied it! Ah! thai is the question of questions. Com pared with the development of his bodily powers, man's mental and spiritual groAvth has been very rapid. He seems to have been millions of years in getting his body, while he has been only millenniums in get ting hi? reason and intelligence. u nat prog...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

j: The Passing Show. j C'OXIHJCTKI) »Y OTUS. In spite of the fact that the A.W.U. con ference, with W. G. Spence in the chair, carried a motion denouncing the Labor members' projected trip to the Coronation C'orroborree, W. G. Spence will go with the others. The temptation to get themselves up in knee-breeches and blouses that but ton up the back is too strong for our loyal Laborites. Mr. Wade is holding meetings urging people to vote ' No ' on the referendum^. Surely the Liberal Party must want the crowd to vote 'Yes,' or they'd never put the leg-irons man up to tell them to vote No. A parson man dislocated his jaw at Lock liurt on a recent Sunday morning, while Hinging chunks of ancient theology at tin' heads of an inoli'ensive congregation. Na ture is bound to revenge herself on the par sons sooner or later. There was a giddy gathering at Sydney law-term opening the other day. Judges C'ullcn. Cohen, and Pring appeared in scar let frocks with ermine trimmings and full 1'oUomed wig...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

THE CORONATION. [Foil TllH iNTIillNATION'AI. SOI'IA LIST. ] BY W.H.W. ./)'// Ill/1, imii, Utwhhuj thnl. Sotriiiiiili/, as il. i* ofli cinllu allied, Sir 1 1 miry ( Liiry) nayit llinl Ilium ix iiollihuj in tin1- slate of tin: Qiwnn'x health lluit will )irevtiiil the coronation in June. — H.M.- Herald. 'Sousmnmty ' you say. Can that bo solemn That threatens soon '.to split our sides 'with mirth? Ana nil tne uaines 10 tuc inmost column With all the comicalities on earth, With all the frenzied funny persons' claims To coronation handles to their n;;ni':s. V ron i every corner of the earth they'll run — Greeks, Romans, Yankees, Japs, and dark Hindoos, With harlequins and. clowns as full of fun As Gcorgie Reid and other Austral 'roos, To see a little-man put on a crown, And take a seat, and quietly — sit down. ' Solemnity' is not a name for this, 'Tis farce, or comic-opera outright, It is a cause for that ecstatic bliss We feel when watching some most funny .sight, For open eyes and every...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 February 1911

SPATN. IJY W.lt.W. As when the termites sap the tree, The rats usurp the hall, The honey-moths destroy the bee, Or adders birds enthral I. So do the king, and monk, and priest, And cardinal and pope, Upon dictation's vitals feast, And end the people's hope. Sydney Worker declares that the daily press is shamefully over-stating the griev ances of tin1, postal workers. As the Wor ker is the ollicial organ of the Labor Party, this may be taken to indicate that the Labor Parly resents the postal workers' pulil c ventilating of their grievances. Dan Irving, secretary of the .Burnley (Eng.) branch of tin- S.I). P., writes to Mrs. Monteliore, under dale Dec. 23, that II. M. H.vndman will not stand again as a parliamentary candida'.e, ami he (Irving) lias been unanimously chosen as the next Socialist candidate for Burnley. He says: ' There a iv :»,.S00 of us in liiirnlcy, and we ?iliull win — even if I do not 'live to see it.' Dan Irving has been Hyndman's election agent through his various...

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