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THE RICH MAN DINES. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

THE RICH MAN DINES. * J skk the broughams setting down ' The gayest and the best in town. Now, shine the lights! Sound, music sweet! Go, gourmet, take your your favorite seat! I .see the dandy-diner scan The restaurateur's cunning jilun With quick shrewd glance, and critical L'ull out his chair! Here's tinkling glass and silverware! Here waits a beast ambrosial! Now, shine the lights! Sound, music sweet! Go, gourmet, take your favorite seat. On c!oth of snow you break your bread Wit i Beauty, waiting to be fed! The chef's your king! Let How the wines! The rich man dines! i Just o'er the flood, a garret bare f Doth boast a difl'erent bill of fare — t A scanty crust, some tainted fish — I As ill a meal as you could wish ! ; 1 see a woman, wan and white, With but a single tallow light, Sewing until the dawn appears— Then to her bed. To rest her poor, world-weary head . On pillow wet with children's tears. And yonder shine the lights, and loud 1 hear the laughter ot the crowd, These din...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Labor Confernce. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

The Labor Confernce. — — — - — y BY W.R.W. The annual conference of the dele gates of the P. L.L. of N.S.W. con cluded its sittings on February 15th, after several weeks of strenuous wrestling with an unwieldy mass of matter that didn't amount to much. Since it last met, the P. L.L. has won two ' glorious victories' in the Federal and State electorates, in con sequence of which there was con siderable jubilation and a big supply of resolutions and proposals to meet the growing demand for party fire works. The conference was unwieldy and unruly, many delegates having at tended who left discretion and com monsense behind them, and who were prepared to make the pace a cracker, and the time very fast for the presiding chairman. There were shoals of prospective members of Parliament there, who should have remained at home saw ing wood instead of getting up to split straws and saw the air in a labor conference. The more party feeling such delegates had, the more determined were they to ha...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

To our Contributors. Contributors to The International Socialist are reminded that our space is exceedingly limited. Therefore short articles and crisp and snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of wjcuring pub lication. Writers are asked to note that preference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political eventa from a Kevo:iitlonnry 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 l-etween 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. Friends and Members visiting The Inter national Socialist Office are urged to assist in getting business done with expedition. DON'T STAY TO TALK. We're always busy; and the delays we...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

The number of fatal accidents in State mines during the year was 61, and the casualties 5186. I

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Answers to Correspondents. M.W., Ckshnook.— Thanks. Will use. A.S., Lithgow; B.S., Lithgow; G.M., Adelaide ; J.AV.D., Adelaide; CO., PortPirie; L., Adelaide. —Received. Thanks.

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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Sydney Jottings. On Saturday night, in the Protestant Hall,; Peter Bowling addressed a well-attended meeting. He dealt with industrial matters, and made special reference to the treacher ous conduct of W. M. Hughes in the recent, coal strike. The meeting was held under International Socialist auspices. This Saturday evening, in tne rrotestant Hall, Mrs. Dora B. Montefoire (of the British S.D.P.) and A. Crawford (editor of the Voice of Labor, Johannesburg, and also a City Councillor) will address a public meeting. Mrs. Montefiore's subject will be : ' Why I am an International Socialist,' and Crawford's: 'The economics of Capi talism in South Africa.' The usual Sunday Domain meeting was held, |with O. Jorgensen in the chair. Rutherford, Crawford, and Blumenthal spoKe to a fair and attentive crowd. The lecture in Boronia Hall lapsed, the heat in the hall JiaKing it insufferable. The night meetings in the streets also lapsed, most of the speaKers being engaged at meetings in the countr...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Victoria. R. S. Ross goes to New Zealand to edit the new paper of the N.Z. Federation of Labor. Mrs. Dora B. Montefiore will deliver a series of four lectures in Melbourne, be ginning on March 19. Her subjects will be, ' Whv T am a Socialist.' ' Evolution and Revolution,' -' Art and Beauty under a Socialised System of Society,'' ' Mother hood and Militarism.' Labor Party sup porters should attend these lectures, especi ally the latter on Militarism. Jack Curtain has been elected organiser for one of the big Melbourne unions. The Socialist says Curtin did not seek the ap pointment; it sought him.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

The Press Fund. £ s d Already acknowledged - 69 11 7 Per Mrs. E. Anderson (Book 46) H.D. Is, Diederichs Is - 2 0 W. Kerr ? 120 Per A. Gaum (Book 50) Sheed Is 1 0 £70 16 7 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - 6 0 0 Repaid - - - - - 1 0 0 Balance ? 5 0 0 Total - - 75 16 7 All communications to be addressed to 0. W. Jorgensen, secretary, Press Fund Com mittee, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Death of Paul Sprenger. Once again Death hews a gap in the ranks of the International Socialists, the victim this time be ing the genial Paul Sprenger — for many years a member of the In ternational Socialist Club and Party. The ' ' great white plague' ' — thai; grim destroyer that seems to fling the mantle of death over more Socialists than any other section of the community — was the cause of our comrade's death, which took place at the Waterfall Sanatorium on Monday morning of this week. He will bo mourned by every Socialist who hud 1,1m privilege of his friendship; for in the days of his health und hU'hii^Ui he was a good fighter in tho ranks. Don't forget Saturday night's meeting in the Protestant Hall, Sydney, when Mi's. Montefiore (Eng.) and Councillor Crawford (S. Africa) will speak. Crowded out: Broken Hill Notes; The Worrying of Josiah; and other items. Next issue. Mrs. Montefiore and Councillor Crawford in the Protestant Hall this Saturday evening. Turton, secretary of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

South Australian Notes. — T _ Tiiekk was a short strike the other day. Gambling and McDonald refused to pay two carters certain back wages agreed to when the drivers returned to work recently. The firm cume to its senses when it found the rest of the drivers ceasing work. Victimising is going on at Mile End, and Couston's employees are to be called together by the U.L.U. to put things .-dr'iiirlit The brick-drivers are joing the Drivers' Union. Senator Ready (Tas.) appeared before the Labor Council recently, and talked much on the referenda. Delegate Clark quietly asked him if the Labor members were going to London to place the referenda proposals befor the people there. Whereupon Ready readily wriggled. Attorney-General ex-Liberal Denny has been calling the Ret/isLcr liar and Ananias and several other names because the. Ret/inter said there was a split in the Cabinet;' and tho Regirtcr in return says: 'Same to you, and many of 'em.' This is one of the rare occasions on which the st...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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A HARVEST SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

A HARVEST SONG. ... 'W Tub grey bulk of the granary uplooms against the Bky; . ? The-harvest moon has dwindled— they have housed the corn and rye ; And now the idle, reapers lounge against the bolted doora; Withqut are hungry harvesters, within enchanted ?jStores. . Lo, they had bread while they were out a-toiling in the sun: Now they are atrolling beggars, for the harvest work is done. They are the gods of husbandry. They gather in 'the sheaves, But when the autumn ships the wood, they're drifting with the leaves. They plow and sow and gather in the glory of the corn; They know the noon, they know the pitiless rains before the morn ; They know the sweep of furrowed fields that dar ken in the gloom — A little while their hope on earth, then evermore their tomb. —Edwin Markham.

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S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

SJFANews&NotesT South Australia. BY H.S.C. Com hadk H. R. Gillespie was the lecturer hist Sunday right at the hall. Subject: ' Science and the Class War.' We have a Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and have a fair at tendance of scholars. We invite parents to send their children to the school. The parents can accompany the children and see for themselves what the children are A ? 1,4 WlUglll. The party, at a meeting held last night, instructed the secretary to wire Lundie as follows: 'Congratulations from Socialist Party on stand you have taken againt poli ticians' attempted coercion re Arbitration. Best wishes for success of fight.' On Monday last, Frank Lundie received a wire (at Renmark) from Donald Mac donnell, N.S.W. Chief Secretary, and sec retary of the A.W.U., calling on him (Lun die) to withdraw the wire which Dale sent to Judge Higgins, re the Arbitration Court. Lundie declined to do so. Strike-breaker Labor-fakir Hughes, Federal Attorney General ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 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 Executived International Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-strcet, Sydney Headquarters : 274 Pitt Street, Sydney. (otES.00111''1'1^0118 10 * addreased AH Literary Communications to be addressed to Hie Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — 4s. per ywir ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand— s. per year ; a per quarter Other Countries— 8s |wr year : 2s per quarter Tin- InUsnuilional SociaUnl vill be sent FREE OF CIIA liGE to Schools of Arts, on condition that it it iuhj filed. Obtainable from Tim International Socialist Group, Sydney. Thu Socialist 1'arty of Victoria, Melbourne. rin« Socialist 1'nrty of South Australia. Adelaide. Harrier Socialist. Group, Broken Hill. rim Socialist I'arty oi New Zealand, Wellington, iiinl liranchcs. Mrs. Buttery, newsagent, near G.T.O., Adelaide. k. U...

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The Workers m the Rocks. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

The Workers on the Rocks. — « — BY H.K.H. Recently Labor-member Arthur Griffith intimated that his Govern ment would cease building tene ments for the workers in the Rocks Area, and would erect cottages, the rent of which would be about a guinea a week, and he made it clear that he knew the average worker couldn't paj such a high rent, but explained that that difficulty could be got over by the workers' wives taking in a boarder or two. The other day, a deputation from the Sydney Labor Council waited on Mr. Carmichael with respect to this matter, and offered strong opposition to the construction of tenements, The deputation showed that a Royal Commission had reported against the tenements, but the Wade Government had proceeded with their construction in defiance of the Commission's finding, and now the McGowen Government is following hard in the footsteps of Wade. One member of the deputation — a vigorous Labor Party supporter — re- minded the Minister of how, in his company, Mr. Ca...

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Economics of Karl Marx. Beginners' Course in Socialism. 1.—What You Sell to the Boss. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Economics of Karl Marx. Beginners' Course in Socialism. — ♦ — BY MARY E. MARCY IN THE ' INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST REVIEW,' CHICAGO. 1.— What Yoa Sell to the Boss. If you are a working man or woman, no matter what you do in a shop or factory or mine, you know that there are TWO kinds of power used in the plant — human, or LABOR-POWER, and steam, or water (or perhaps — gas explosion) power. The owner of a new barrel mill in Indiana ueuiueu it wuuiu ue uueaper tu luive sume company furnish POWER to run his mill than to instal a power plant himself, so he sent for the three representatives of the three plants in that city. The first man came from the company that offered to run the machines in the mill by STEAM power; the second came from a firm which wanted to sell him a gaso line engine to furnish power by by the ex plosion of gas, while the third came from a great water-power company. This man of fered to supply power to run the mill machinery at a lower price than the others asked. Of...

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The Johannesburg Tram Strike. A Victory for Revolutionary Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

The Johannesburg Tram Strike. ^ - - ? A Victory for Rerolutionary Unionism. '.'BY. A. CRAWFORD, EDITOR JOHANNESBURG ' VOICE OF LABOR.' Inspector Peach had risen from the ranks. His promotion was not in order. It was his ' thirty pieces of silver. ' ' He could be trusted to spot agitators and have them re moved. If necessary he could trap a con ductor and work up a criminal charge. When a victim of his machinations was ar raigned before a court, Peach was there be side the prosecutor instructing the latter with a vigor and enthusiasm which might have earned a public testimonial were they exercised to save, instead of to damn, souls. In many cases I personally know of, it was Peach's word or that of his victim, and it always ended in hard labor for the latter and no option. Little wonder, therefore, that Peiich was feared by many over whom he held such power. Once I offered a vigorous defence in the Council Chamber of one of Peach's victims. In the street that evening a passer by jeer...

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Socialist Fables. Satan and the Bishop. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

H Socialist Fables. 11 Satan and the Bishop. BY W.R.W. A Bishop died immensely wealthy, and as it has been said, ' It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God,' he, of course, went to the other place. On his arrival at Hades, Satan met him, and commanded him to prepare himself for punishment befitting the sins he had com mitted. First, he made him attire himself as he used to when conducting service on earth. Then he placed him in a pulpit, from which there was no escape, and from the infernal regions he assembled a congregation of millionaires, misers, bogus philanthro pists, stock-jobbers, land agents, sweaters, titled aristocrats, and pious old gentlemen who had died very wealthy, after leaving some of their money to churches, in the hope that they might thus bribe the gods to for give their sin of lifelong selfishness. 'Now,' said Satan, 'you must preach to this congregation, taking for your text: ' Blessed are the P...

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Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 March 1911

Broken Hill. Broken Hill notifies endorsement of re- commendations re anti-militarist confer- ence.

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We Stand for Freedom! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

We Stand for Freedom ! There i= but une side to the lak)r question. Progress is only possible through an ever rising standard of living. A victory of the workers brings the whole of humanity nearer its destiny. The masters fight with their back towards progress; they aim to turn the stream of evolution back to its source. A victory for the masters means degrada tion and degeneration tc, the masses. Their success would be the death of civilisation and their unopposed power would drive men back to the animal. The struggle of the human race is a strug gle for happiness, and happiness is tin- price held out by the builder of the universe to coax his creatures along the age-long patli of progress. When hope dies in a people stagnation takes its place. Love and hunger preserve the human race;-' .-but' it 'Is discontent with the present and hope for the future that drives us forward and upward. And so it follows that whosoever s6ws discontent and preaches hope is a builder on the edifices ...

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THE DAY OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

THE DAY OF THE PEOPLE. '? Ti'ik ilav '1 tin* iH-Djile U 'iawnini:: , .The 'Jay they've, ??waiu-tl -? i ii.n^: '. Thcylay that t'le martyr*- i.ave Mv.1 lor: ; The ('lay poet* tol.l ol in ^-ni:. Awake! Lift your cyw to tin- itiiirist.''. 'Tit- no timi! to iiii^-r in slit'i-: . Kut hie. to the. riji'in-il iiuM- ??arly; Ami yon the rich harvest .-hail reap. We have ii't to -ulwr-t on ^i anin^: The garnered h'rvt fruit.' shall Ik- our?;. We'll' toil with the pride of po&ession Anil richly improve the bright hour.-. , Aria*: au'l rejoin to Iv liviiiir ; Our dreams can at last l-e attained. The cry of the people triumphant Proclaims that our birthright's regained '. — E. A. Field, in the- Coming Xntiiw.

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