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Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Belgium. De Brouckere has resigned the editorship of Lr. I'dijilc in consequence- of his declara tion at the last annual conference that this post should be filled by a comrade who rep resented the opinions of the majority. K will be reniembcrcd'tlint at tlie Conference he spoke on the side of the minority, wln- repudiated niinisterialisin and the blue. policy; The General Council of the party met recently to appoint a new editor. After having expressed its thanks to the retiring editor, under whom the paper developed very favorably, tl.e meeting appointed Joseph Wanters, deputy for Jluy-Varemme, who was hitherto director of the co-operative La Jiixtiw as editor-in-chief.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

France. During the recent big Hoods in Prance, the grave-diggers .of Paris held a mass meeting in the Pcrc La Chaise Cemetery, and decided to go on strike for higher wages. As business with the employing unpertakers was brisk at the time, they quickly acceded to the demands of the dig gers, who resumed work instanter.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South America. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

South America. Owing to threats of a general strike 'hir ing the celebration of the centenary of tho founding of the republic of Argentina, the Chamber of Deputies of that Slate has voted the establishment of. martial law throughout the land. ' Hxtraordiiiiiry precautions are being taken For the protection of the seven Kings who will attend the funeral of King Ed ward.' ' Rulers ' always need protecting; honest men walk the highways unattended and un afraid. ? ? ? Folly, sir, docs walk above tin; orb, like the sun; it shines everywhere.- -Siiakkspkakk.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bulgaria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

Bulgaria. . M. Liapchevics, a Servian Socialist, .was present at the . meeting organised at Sofia, recently, by the Social- Democratic Party. The speakers declared that the confederation of the Balkan peoples could .only be realised on a basis of Socialism. At a meeting held by the Radical Socialists at Sofia the speakers protested against the policy of the Govern ment and demanded that the army should lie thoroughly reorganised.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dignity of Labor: Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 21 May 1910

The Dignity of Labor: Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. Fivk (iernian bluejackets have been killed as the result of a premature explosion while conducting mine-laying experiments at Wil helmshaven. James Oliver, a jockey, was killed on Fri day while schooling Mr. \\\ A. Morgan' racehorse Wanner over hurdles at Donald \ ic. . ' ? .As the result of an explosion1' 187 men have been entombed in the Wellington pit at \Vhitel.aven, Cumberland. The mine i, -??' lire but rescue parties are at work. The inajonty of the men eintombed were work ing in a deep seam under the sea, three '-des Iron, land, and a mile awav from some wh™e. rescued T|1(i mine V the pro perty ol the hail or Unsdale ?Ih.rteen people, including seven passen Bei», have been drowned by the wreck of Steand,oat City o/ Saltillo, at Gleu Park, near hi. Louis. Missouri UaiKlba.nuo Uulhngs, a tram conductor, St ? r T . - ' hi' 7ir ilt ?Hainil'tou.-.tts a re '.'It ot colliding Wltl, another conductor on , S, ''W1'* «'V ils W' ?...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Sweden. Stockholm city election returns show that the Socialists polled o7,.S02, the liberals ?ll.')22 iind the conservatives nl,:5N!) votes. Working women took great interest in the fight. Formerly the Socialists had but three deputies, now they will have six; the liber als will ?have the same number.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

uermany. The trouble in the building trade was caused by the Master Builders' i'nion trying1 to impose anew tariff on the workers, which the latter determined not to accept. , The various trade unions of the different branches of the building industry held urgency con ferences to discuss the matter, thy bfltik layers and bujldors.' liihiii'ui's holding a joint I'onfci'onuc, AH the- cnnfuruiuius agreed to resist to the utmost tho attacks of the inn ployers. The agitation against' the three-class sys tem of voting in Prussia is well-illustrated by the result of the Prussian general election of 11)08, where the Conservatives, with 3-r- 1,780 votes, secured 152 seats ; the Catholic Cen tre, with -I(.)!I,.'»K) votes, getting 10-1 seats; while the .V.IN,.YJ0 votes of the Socialists se cured them just 7 seats. | German Socialists have now -17 members in the Reichstag, having won four addition al seats in the by-elections since that 'crush- ing defeat' of I0OS, that reduced their re present...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

France. One and three-quarter million votes were east for Socialist candidates at the recent French elections. During the sitting of the Chamber on April 5 a manifesto was thrown among the deputies by members of the Comite do De fense Sociale protesting against the proposed expulsion of Julian and Ricordeau after t.heir imprisonment for strike onenccs, and announcing the intention of the Committee to oppose to the utmost any attempt to ar rest these men . While throwing the papers, our comrades cried : ''The political regime for the strikers ! The people will judge you,' etc. The disturbers were promptly ejected. Julian was released on April 7 from pri son, a large number of comrades welcoming him at the prison gate. In the evening an enormous meeting was held in the Salle de Tivoli, and in view of the threatening atti tude of the crowd the police did not dare to arrest 'Julian. After the meeting, however, as the demonstrators were going home, sit the corner of the rue Turbigu the p...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

United States. The Western Federation of Miners is lac ing the must critical situation they have encountered, perhaps, in a lung and bitter light for living conditions and the right to organize, says the Apjicnl In Iteomm. For three months nearly three thousand miners have been locked out in the Black Ilills^ ot South Dakota because they refused to sign away their right to organize. This came in the dead of winter in a camp where living is very high and where wages have been very low' — thanks to the benevolence of the Home Stake Mining company— Mr. William Kan. dolph Hearst — friends of labor. There is every indication of a long-planned move to wipe the fighting federation from the 'map of unionism. The federation's treasury is about gone. It has cost them already over 1(X),(KX) dollars to keep the ten thousand mouths in bread. The mine owners knew when to strike. They figured that the Western Federation of Miners had exhausted its finances in the long throe yearn fight for life th...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Russia. Messages from Russia declare that the chief magistrates have orders from head quarters to expel all Jews. Tachkent,Bouk harie, Smolensk, Yalta, and the Upper Dnciper districts report a general roundup anil drive-out of all artisan Jews as they are a continuing menace to the czar. It is said that the policy of the czar is to expel one third of the Jews, kill another third, and force the remainder third to embrace the re ligion of the State. When the question of Finland was raised in the Duma, the Bill was referred to a Commission against the votes of the Social Demourats, the Labor Group, and the Ca dets. On April ~- a special tribunal condemned Semenov and Volodine to life-long deporta tion to Siberia for the crime of having had in their lodgings a little printing press, where the proclamations for May 1 were printed, without the authorisation of the ? censor. Savinov, G rysine and Teterine were accused of belonging to the Social- Democra- tic Party, and though their counsel...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Target Practice. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Target Practice. UY ISIIMAKI... A i.ittu: loafing is a comfortable thing. A great many honorable transactions are already illegal, but all dishonorable ones are not legal — yet. A Any man who is unable to see the wrong of the Shirker shouldn't bray too loudly about the ' Kights of the Worker.' ' Appearances are everything. lliats what the babor politician says, (lor. bless Mm. So he advises Progress to wear boots and corsets many .sizes too small, and give herself corns and curviture of the spine. It seems that Society must sample all the nostrums of all the ' quacks ' for that ma- ^t lignant growth of hers, before she summons up pluck enough to send for the surgeon. When kings die the ' Almighty calls them,' and they 'pass away,' while the nation is 'crushed with grief.'' LTo obtain the best result from the above beautiful thought, instruct your staff of servants and attendants to be silent, switch off the clue- p trie lights, open the French windows, and step out in the beautiful ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Argentine. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Argentine. The daily press eahles report that 'Buenos Ayres students, as a protest against the threats of a strike on. the occasion of the centenary, attacked the ollices of the Anar chist newspapers, and destroyed the ma chines. They then raided the Socialist head quarters.' Several persons were wounded. :!

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialism in British Columbia Platform—Socialist Party of Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Socialism in British Columbia — ? -♦?? liY U. I'. I'KTTII'IKI.'K (Western Orjruni.si.T, Trades and Labor (Joiicri';-s. of Canada, Vancouver, B.C.) Platform — Socialist Party of Canada. 'Wk, tlic Socialist Party of Canada, in con vention assembled, afHrm our allegiance to and support of tho principles and program of tho revolutionary, working class. Labor produces all1 wealth, and to tho pro ducers 'it should belong. The present eco nomic system is bnsed upon capitalist owner ship of the means of production, consequent ly all the products of labor belong to the capitalist class. The capitalist is therefore master; the worker a slave. So long as the capitalist class remains in possession of the reigns of government all the powers of the State will bo used to pro tect and defend their property rights in the means of wealth production and their con trol of the product of labor. The capitalist system gives to the capital ist an ever-swelling .stream of profits, and to the worker an evor-...

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 — 28 May 1910

International Notes, j Great Britain. In tin; (iuiirilinns' Elections at Poplar, Milu ICml Old Town, Sliurediteh, and Nurtli Bur ley, the Socialists liavo either hold their own or won fresh seats. At Bristol Mrs.' Hen Tillett wsis defeated, jiltliuugh shejxilled \'u votes ..more tlia.ii at last election. Fur the Urjm.ii District Councils gains are recorded at Acton and Barking. Under the heading of 'The collapse of a fraud, ' Jtixlicc says : ' We are glad to note that after 12 months' trial, the workmen concerned in Sir Christopher Furness's much beliiuded co-partnership scheme have decided jigii.iiist.it.'! JuMirM contains another long letter from F. 15. Silvester, in connection with the conl strike in which he further exposes ?the cow ardice and treachery of f,ahor niemher Hughes.

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 May 1910

Answers to Correspondents. \V. A. Smith. Paddington. — Mill you do pro test over liiucli, brother .Smith ; and such parts of your letter as we have succeeded in deciphering are almost as stupidly offensive as a speech li.v (ire-gory Wade. We liad for gotten your existence — almost, notwith standing that we still treasure all those wild and whirling epistles ol yours with the mul titudinous aliases. Our reply of last week was directed to ' W.A.S., Sydney. :' Do you presume to imagine that you alone have a mortgage on those mystical initials. Our correspondent's name wasn't- even Smith, but if it had been we assure you there, are several Smiths residing within the city limits. 1 A.. I;., Brisbane. — Copy, photos, and re mittance received with thanks Pamphlets' forwarded this week. ''- T.J.S., Pyrniont. — Tho workers must con centrate .on the ending of Capitalism. No 'thiiig else is worth while, not oven your La bor' Party's palliatives. Sorry can't- lind space for- your letter. ' P.M....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

JUSTICE. [Foil TlIK l.\ TKHXATIOXA I. SoCIA LIST.] HV KODKH1C OIIIXX. II k sat, tlujy said, upon his own high throne ; Ho saw king s buried, empires overthrown. So much they said ; but high, initKJrial Justice was King, and Justice conquered am.. Perchance a hoy went wounded in the night, Sighing and weeping, doubtful of the Right. And yet high Justice saw the robbed, the poor, The child that wept before its mother's door. He saw the world, he .-aw the stars grown kind; He saw the love of heart, the power'of mind.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

International Socialist Club. A DANCE Wjm, iik iiei.Ii at LKICH HorSK. Cas TI,KHKA-ill-.-TUKI-.T ( I'l'STA llfs) . ON FRIDAY, JUNE 3, Commencing S p.m. All further particulars from Treasurer or [secretary. .' .;?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

; EJECTION FUND. ? I ri-'viously 'acknou-leiluiMl ? . - ;r i I I ?? Oiiiiinnt . . -i! ?' '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Editorial Brevities. _ _. _ +. — Tin-: Pioneer (Mackay, Q.) reprints K. Hogg's ' The 'Brighter Day,' and a portion of Dandelion's 'Political Meeting,' pub lished in a, recent Rrrirw. The Fair ml (ToVvnsvillc) reprint.1? from our column;: Eugene Dobs' ' Winning a World. '' Mr. Booby once told Parliament that there was really no reason why the law should un duly discriminate in favor of the unionist as againist tho'non-unionist; and the law as it ,nmv stands fully endorses the blackleg. All the same, Broken Hill unionists aren't sat isfied to bow to tho law in this respect, and they, aro.going-tohold a special meeting on Sunday to,oon.sider the question of unionists 'working; with , .non-unionists. It has also .h'e'piwdeciclocr-itd ias'li tho members of th' A.M. A. {o refrain from attending football matches in which non-unionists were play ing, and- tbattlu; matter be referred to the Harrier Labor Federation for its considera tion. Labor member Fonton has been boasting to a mooting of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPRISONMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

IMPRISONMENT FUND. Previously acknowledged - n j) i; Comrades and friends are again reminded tlmt hnancial assistance is.required for those ,i e|K!i).lent upon Conirade Hansen Those .Uesirous;ol- assisting, p|eagc forward coi.tri ±[-\ PiU-streetj' Sydney. -

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