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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

The Press Fund. £ s d A beady acknowledged - 70 10 7 Per Mrs. E. Anderson (Book Ib') — H.D. Is, Barrie Is, J. R. Wilson Is, J. Pohl Is, 0. E. Johnson Is, C. Hulthen Is, R. Wcn.zel Is, IChrenberg Is, A. Wenzel Is - - - 9 0 Per A. Gaum (Book o0)— A. Howard 2s - - - 2 0 Per 0. Jorgensen (Book o) — R. B. 2s - - - - 2 0 Domain Collection - - - 12 8 W. G. Jay, Byron Bay - - GO Total -.- .??7-- S3 ?--? Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged (i 0 0 Repaid - - - 1 0 0 y 0 0 Balance- - - - 77 8 3 TlTe statement re loans appeared in last week's issue, but the columns being mis placed, did not show the total intelligibly. All communications to be addressed to 6. W. Jorgensen, secretary. Press Fund Com mittee, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NAN WITH THE CAPITALISTIC MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

THE NAN WITH THE CAPITALISTIC MIND. m ['n Invu to lie ii bloated financier, H Or, by law, I'd liki; t' I'1 'is '''y -'ii: m, I'd like to be appointed overseer H§f Of Indian lands to manage just for fun. i| I'd liku lo build some railroads for the people; ; ^'v ['(1 love to give away some monuments: iJ:S.J'«l like to tower financially, like it steeple: j ?'^cJsL'd like to charge and c'lee.t enormous rent.-;. I '^ilffl1' f could only steal some man's invention; I wfOr oould handle U.S. coal and timber land; j j^'Then I'd try for ofliee in the convention : ?^: ':'M'\\ rule the' country with an iron hand. :; : I'm qualified for any high position: j .\I'in dishonest — 1 could persecute or steal :_ ' i I'm hard-hearted and have got fie disposition ? To turn the deaf ear to the poor's appeal. ?:I |d like to spend about ten million dollars :'-For art that's worth about ten-hundred cents: '??';? I'd like to build a knowledge-box for scholars, .:- To teach the hoys and girls: to have NT0 sens...

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

Party Premises Fund — £25 Wanted. M km it Kits and friends are invited to contribute to the above fund. Donations to be sent to J. It. WILSON, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. The following amounts have been received: .1. It. 'Wilson, -5s ; .J. Bluinenthal, ?'-.?; A. Kutherford, os- ; ' - - 0 \5 0 A special appeal from the Party Executive in connection with this fund will appear in our next issue. Party Announcements. Standing Branch advertisements, to occupy one inch, will be inserted free of charge. THE SOCIALIST FEDERATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Headquarters: 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. (Altiliated witli the International Socialist bureau. Brussels.) General Secretary : H. E. HOLLAND. Socialist Federation of Australasia : Sydney Branch. Headquarters: 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. General meeting, every alternate Tuesday, 8 p.m. Kxecutive meeting, every Monday, S p.m. Sunday Meetings — Domain, :-; Martin Place, 7. oO; Goulburn-street, 7. ISO. Subscription, Is a month ; married couples, (id each. Country...

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

Sydney Jottings. Tiikuk was a good attendance at the Protestant Hall on Saturday evening to hear Mrs. Dora H. Montutiore and A. Crawford. H. E. Holland was chairman, and each speed) w.is a splendid effort— u clear and uncompromising pronouncement con cerning the Revolutionary Socialist attitude. Each address was punctuated with frequent and enthu siastic applause, and, after a vote of thanks had been carried on the motion of Bhunenthal and Rutherford, the gathering concluded with cheers for the Social Revolution. Unfortunately, a report of the speeches was not taken. On Sunday afternoon, with comrade Ritchie in the chair, the Domain meeting was addressed by Rutherford and Crawford, who held an interested audience for three hours. Night meeting.-) were successfully held at Martin Place and Goulburn street.

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Notes from South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

Notes from South Australia. - ? V BY II.S.C. The Renmark strike still continues, anu is being fought by the men with vigor. Sec retary Dale, of the U.L.U., has received a summons to appear at the Renmark police court to answer a charge of inciting the men to commit an assault; two other prominent unionists have also been summoned on a charge of committing an assault upon a scab. You see, the Lauor rartygets to worn cany. Tt appears they intend to try the old dodge of jailing the leaders, and thus endeavoring to break the back of the strike. If this is their game, then all the officials of the U.L.U. will shortly be guests of his Majesty, George Wettin; and as soon as they are captured, a fresh lot of officials will arrive on the scene to be dealt with, and the tucrial muyUtratr. whom the, Labor (ioceniiaeiituaenduujto Ren nuirk to try the cases will have a busy time. The daily papers state that land agent Tommy Ryan, Labor M.P., intends to ex tract an apology from Frank Lundie (and ...

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

Books, Magazines, and Papers. Tiik Inteknational Socialist Review (Chi cago) for February. is another excellent num ber. Among its special articles are contri butions by Eugene V. Debs, W. D. Haywood, S. Katayama. MaryE. Marcy, and others. A regrettable error in theREviEw'?International V.-v*. ? I - *lwi ufufoninnt 4 lut t tho A iictro lion Labor Party is ' full of class-conscious de termined workers. Its press fights coiisis tently and intelligently for the working class. The party objective, which is Social ism, is never lost sight of. fn fact, it may not take many years to turn this party into a real Socialist organisation.' Each of the foregoing statements is wholly incorrect. The Labor Party lias no class-consciousness in its ranks, its press is wholly bourgeois; its objective is pronouncedly A.vri-Soeialist; and the party can neccr become a Socialist concern — it drifts faster and faster along middle-class lines to the goal of political opportunism. Joseph McCabe has completed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bringing Hoskins to His Knees. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

Bringing Hoskins to His Knees. Mk, Holniam, Attorney-General ami Minister for Injustice, is prosecuting I'J'- Lithgow and Careoar men under Wade's Industrial Disputes Act. It is to be hoped that the men will refuse to pay the Hues, if any should In? inflicted. There is the ut most indignation in the rank's of the furnacemun, who now re 'Kon that they were sold by the Labor members. The .Socialists an: quietly pointing out that the prosecution of the unionists demonstrate;: how the Labor Government brought HodKiiis to his Knees. We are compelled to hold over our article on the Referenda, the commencement of ,1. BlumentlialY: series. Party Executive's appeal re Premises-Fund, Sold into Slavery for I'ivc Years (an article re the Saddlers' Union), report of Mrs. Monti'fiore's Lith gow meeting, A Wild and 'Whirling Man of Hits Barrier, W.R.W.'s Fable, Mary E. Marcy's Eco nomics of Karl .Marx, etc. This Sunday, March' 10th, A. K. Wallace will deliver an address in the Socialist Mull, WuKe...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pick and Shovel Pointers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 18 March 1911

Pick and Shovel Pointers. BY WILLIAM 1). HAYW000. Acjkekmknts with capitalists are the death warrants of labor. There can be no closed shop as long sis the boss has the keys. There is no chivalry in the work shop. Capitalism compels1 sex equality. Jwery new invention ot machinery makes the journeyman of to-day the apprentice of to-morrow. Trade unionists keep men out of the union and then wonder why the Manufacturers' Association can get scabs. Labor organisations should be free to fight for their class interests at all times. You recognise this fist as a fighting weapon. It is made up of five members, five organisations. They can all work in dependently when necessary but when called upon can become a united force. Suppose one of them is tied up with an agreement — a white rag — for a year or more. What becomes of it? It will wither and decay. And what is true of this finger is true of a labor organisation. It is useless to itself and stands in the way of its fel lows. An agreement...

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

'Settling' a Strike at Granville. Tub other day tin1 boi erniakers' assistants struck work at the Clyde Engi neering Co. 's establishment at Granville. The spectacle was presented of some unionists remaining at work, while some were on strike. The secretary of the union (the Ironwork ers' Assistants) told the daily press that it wasn't a strike because the union had not been consulted. Then the union instructed the ccretary to proceed to Granville and order the union men to resume work. This the secretary did, apparently TN' COM PANY WITH MR. BEEBY, Minister for LaOor, whose notorious ami di-astrous smashing of the Lithgow furnacemen's strike is still fresh in sonic memories. The Ironworkers' secretary, Mr. Drake, is an I.W.W. and S.L.I', man— in fact, was quite recently (and m-iy be still) one of the most promi nent officials of the S.L.I'.— and it is not at all gratifying to find a professed 'Socialist' acting in concert with a noted strike-!;masher in such a mat ter. Added to the...

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

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. J The International Socialist j Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W !|f Umler the mntriil of Joint Executive*, £|| International Socialists. ?:.'% H. E. HOLLAND. Editor. ; J Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney U Headquarters : UT-i Pitt Street, Sydney. '} ; All Business -_Yiniina'iie.ations to be addressed ' ? to the Manager. *:;?'?'', All Literary Communications to be addressed U i tbe Editor. ::;\ ? , '.^ SUBSCRIPTION : §1 Australia — 4s. pur year ; Is. per quarter. f: -$, New Zealand-— s. per year ; a per quarter. (s\§ Other Countries— 8m per year ; 2s per quarter r 3 ? ' ?'? 19 The. International fjor.iftli.it will be tent FREE 01 M CHARGE to School* of Art*, on condition that Hit 'M My filed. ' 1 Obtainable from , The International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. The Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide. Barrier Socialist Group, Broke...

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Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Sweden. The well-kuowr. 'Professor of national ccon Jiioiuy, Gustav SterVen. of Stockholm, lias just joined the Social-Democratic Party, Stett'en is one of the most celebrated national economists of Sjandinavia, and his name is known far beyond the boundaries of Sweden. He lived ten years in England, and has written a three-volume work, in German, on the English wage-workers the lirst volume of which appeared in 190.1 , and the third in 1905. He has recently been summoned to the University of Stockholm as Professor of National Economy.

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Switzerland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Switzerland. Since the New Year a new SocialDemo cratic weekly paper for the Canton of Grau bu'ndun has been issued in Chur, under the name of Haitdncr Volkawucht. It is edited by Dr. Gainscr.

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International Notes. International Transport Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

International Notes. International Transport Workers. Tiik Weekly Report of the International Transport Workers' Federation (Jan. 80) denies that there is any truth in the re ported projected general strike of seamen. The cables, it will be remembered, reported from London and New York that a far reaching strike of the seamen and trans port workers would soon be undertaken, which would also be joined by the seamen in Germany. Sweden, Norway, Holland, Belgium, Denmark and North America. In England they were preparing the strike for the time of the coronation of the king. The strike was unad voidable under the pre sent circumstances. The plans, however, had to be kept secret. The strike would, if same was undertaken, begin within 2-1 hours in the British, German and American ports.' The Report declares that no reso lution for an international strike of the character described has been carried. The Dutch Government is using every effort to crush the Netherlands Railway and Tramway Unio...

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THE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

THE APPEAL. (Foil Tim-: Is'miN.vrinswi. Socialist.] nv w.u.w. Lord Curzon, Sir George Reid, Lord Hamilton, and Karl Grey, are issuing an appeal to lite George* of I In: Umpire lu nuli*rriln: la n preiwul In King George, ih-- vtintribntwm lo range j'rnm n pnniy l-- Jh'e iwtmd*. ' — Daily paper*. ' Thnx hundred and jorly-nne I! nm wen; loxl in, tin crplimhm in Ilia Pretoria miite- iif Laneanliire.'— Daily Pit pern. Tin: .-hailows of an evil fate, Arc over Albion's isle; Death walks through her unhappy state, And robs her of her sinile. The silences of hill, and dale, Are full of plaintive knells, And sadly doleful is the tale Told by her muffled bulls. Her miner,-- in their hundreds die, In mammon's fatal nMncs; Her widows starve that those on high May have their costly wines. Her millions live upon the marge Of poverty and want, Whi'o statesmen thoughtlessly enlarge On loyalty and cant. But why doth England break her heart, And wherefore hangs her head? And why do bitter tear-drop* s...

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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

The Press Fund. £ s d Already acknowledged - 72 -S 'A McHeiiry - - - - 0 o Q W. Lay ley, Sandford, - - 0 10 0 Domain collection - - - 0 10 2 Per Mrs. 15. Anderson (Book -10) ' - Diedericksis, H.I). Is ? -- 0 ,2 (J Per Ol Jorgcnsen (Book 3) T.L. ? 0 i' o iVr H. K. Holland (Book -I!))— - J.H. Corbett : - -0 10 Total - - ' - - 7-l '6 o ??' Advanced as Loans.. Already acknowledged (i., O'O . ?: Repaid - - - - 1 0 0 ' .- ..-; ? -3 0.0 . . Balance -'.-_- - ., l 79' o a All communications to ,be addressnd to C). W: Jorgensen, secretary,* Press Fund Com mittee, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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Industrial Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Industrial Unionism. BY EUUBNK V. DEBS. Industjmal Unionism is the unity of all the workers within one organisation, subdivided in their respective departments, and or ganised, not to fraternise witli the exploit ing capitalists, but to make war on them and to everlastingly wipe out their system under which labor is robbed of what it produces and held in contempt because it submits to the robbery. If ever there was a time to unite the workers to fight their battles, and to have it clearly understood that they mean war on capitalism, war without quarter, and that they mean to overthrow that system, wipe out wage-slavery, and make the work ers the world's rulers, that time is now. To step from the craft union into the class union is to step from the darkness into the light, to emerge from weakness into power. All the failures of craft unionism and all the crimes perpetrated upon its victims cry out for industrial unionism. This is now tho suprcincst need of tho workers. Without tho un...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Howl of Henley. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

The Howl of Henley. — « — BY W.lt.W. In a letter in the S.M. Herald of March 7, one Thomas Henley says, amongst other things, 'The worst foes of a nation are not those which come from without. ... We have within our boundaries the most in sidious, vicious, and corrupt microbe of greed, discontent, and class hatred, that ever-infested any coun try, and this if allowed to go on un checked may at any time land us into national decay and disaster far vorse than a defeat from an invad ing foe.' Just so. That was about what w?s said in the article on Conscription and Socialism in' these columns on Feb. 25, and we pointed out who those internal enemies were. But see how Mr. Henley twists the matter: 'There are,' he says, 'in Australia to-day, thousands of men and women to do too idle honest la bor, but who are fastening themselves on the backs of the workers, and in order to secure their positions are urging the most deadly form of revolutionary socialism known to man.' .In the articles on...

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Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

. Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain; :-.-?- Wilson (uliuir), Rutherford, Crawford Maiiti.n' Pi.acu, 7.;)0.— ]\Ird. Dunne (cliuir), Sjl.ulc,' Rutherford. - . Goui.i-uitx-STiu:i:T, 7.:»0.— Keldlui.-eii (chair), \Vil ,_'- sonV '?; ' 4: '-'? - ? ? ? ?'.?-. 1 '[' 'ti';f[' .??' - ' Saturday. '..?-' ' Xi:\ri'o\VNJL5uiixii:, Sliulo,, (chair), Walsh, Wilson, .i Crawford.

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Free and Accepted Blacklegs. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Free and Accepted Blacklegs. An advertisement appeared in the Melbourne papers the other day fora secretary, at £300 per year, for a new union — to be called the Union of Free and Accepted Laborers. At the time the advt. appeared, the Union of Free and Accepted La borers didn't have a single member, which demonstrated the fact, since admitted, that the idea was to get a Union of 'Free'' and Accepted Scabs.' The employers are to find the £300 to pay the secretary, and it is also announced that ' ' a com mittee of employers and commercial men has launched a well-considered scheme for a permanent defence fund of £200,000. ' It is proposed to fling the political weight of the Fusion Party back of this scab organisation, which is to be used first of all to fight the implement makers now on strike in Victoria, and afterward any other body of rebellious workers. In the first place, the scab employers needn't worry over the implement makers' case. The Federal Labor Party is working for the ...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Answers to Correspondents. L.S.D., Gaula'xu; A.U., Adelaide. — Thanks. Will use as space permits. W.L., Sandford. — Letter and donation, also book,, received. Many thanks. W.T.S., Gundy; C:C, Port Pirie.— Re- ceived. Thanks. ' Heu hekt 13den, Melbourne. — .Yourarticiu is splendid; but you are mixing, up the N.S.W. Institute, for' the Deaf, Dumb and' 'Blind (Newtown ' Koad,' Darlington), with ,1-Iedger's sweatshop in , William-street; and — whatever the faults of the ' first-named are—there' is certainly no' comparison be tween the two places. '. Lt wus'iiof Pledger's establishment th-i-Lunc,Hand lauded. . . tf.A'.B., Mt. Morgan. — Thanks for .rules. W'ill procure information desired, and for ward early.'

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