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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Committee and General Meetings. Thk following meetings will be held at -74 J'itt reet, Sydney, during the forthcoming week : — 1 Thursday, 7 — S.F.A. A Imiiiistrutive Council. . Monday, 7.:-0 p.m. — Clul- Executive. Monday, 8.30 p.m. — Joint Executive.--. Monday. 51. 15 p.m. — Party Executive. Aril H/f 1 through this para Diue Mark «*?& in iioates i-riin, iTAUin that vou], SUB_ SCRIPTION WILL EXPIRE WITH NEXT ISSt'K. AD J UK 1 indicates that your Red Mark ™~*»»l »?« OXCE. if yuii desire the delivery uf the paper to continue. With the workers efficiently organised Industrially, bound together by the common tie of their enlight ened self-interest, they will just as naturally and in evitably express their economic solidarity in politi cal terms, and cast a united vote for the party of their class, as the forces of nature express obedience to the laws of gravitation. -EUGENE V. DEBS.

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 March 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. /?'or //' bl wul hi' I hi1 priri' of all, ijimr wraith, flood Cloil! we ham /iaid it in full! John Mituiieix, coalminer, was killed in John Brown's mine at Minmi. W. Unwell, carpenter, was seriously in jured by the collapse of a scaffolding he was working on at Pyrmont. Moraco Miller, carter, was run over in George-street, Sydney, and sustained con cussion and other in'iuries. H. Napier, 17, had three fingers cut off and the rest of his hand mutilated by a circular saw at the Austral Co.'s factory, \r.ii-tit/ti-iTiii/i ltl(kl 1 1O1V V 1 I LU. ?John Brown, engineer, had his left arm crushed in a drilling machine at the Gov ernment dockyard at Cockatoo island. ?las. Connolly, carter, was run over and seriously injured at Alexandria. W. Curtin, wharf-laborer, fell 25 feet ?down the hold of the steamer Jndianic at Darling Island, and fractured his thigh. Thos. O'Connor, wharf-laborer, fell 20 feet down the hold of the steamer Kadina, and received injuries to...

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

To our Contributors. ! .CoNiKiurmiLS to Tiik 1stkkx.vth-x.m. Socialist an- i ,; reminded that our space is exceedingly limited. ??'? Therefore short article.-? and crisp and snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of securing pub lication. 'Writers arc asked U- note that preference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from :t Kevo utlonary 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. AVhen posting, leave ends open, and mark ' Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then be sufficient from any part of Australia. Address tc ' The Editor.' No private communication must l-e included. Every contribution must bear the writer's name — not necessarily for publication. Contributions received later than Vfe.lne.sduy cannot be guaranteed inscrtio i mi following week's issue. Friends and ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Party Premises Fund.—£25 Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Party Premises Fund.— £25 Wanted Comiiadks and friends, the modest sum of £2o is required by the International Social ist Party; and to all who value our work in the past, who endorse the principles we stand for, who recognise that Socialism is the only remedy, the only Hope, this appeal is made Our membership has grown steadily, is still growing, and will continue to grow even more rapidly in the immediate future, now that an alleged Labor Party is demon strating its uselessness. The International Socialist Party has had the free use of the Club rooms for the conducting of its buai ness in the past, and now recognises the necessity for premises of its own, where the usual party, general, and executive meetings can be held, and speakers and economic classes conducted, etc. Not that alone, hut with central commodious premises thai could ho w^d for lecture purposes on Sunday evenings, much valuable and last ing work could be accomplished. In order, therefore, that premises can be take...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How They are bringing Hoskins to His Knees. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

How They are bringing Hoskins to j His Knees. Bukowk. this week's issue of Tub l.v TKUNATIOXAL SOCIAMST IS ill tllO hands of readers, 125 men will bo dealt with .by Judge Heydon atLith g-')\v, sbecause, as the1 summonses frankly-put it, they denied the- right, of G. and C. Hoskins, Ltd., to order them Lo handle iron ore got at. Car- t-oar by non-union labor. The ease is unique because it is the first time the Labor Party has openly at tempted to- jail men for striking against unjust conditions. ,The La bor Party went to the trouble of printing a special summons form for these cases. One of these forms is now reproduced: ?SUiM.UOXS. Divisions I uni{ 2, ' Jusilidis Act, I'.IO:J''; ' Jn ilu.strial Dispute-: Act, I'.HIS. ' Tii UOniORT DOXALDSO.V, of Utlijtu-. in t.lu Statu of Xew South Wnlus. WiiKitiJAS in jxir.siiiini-u yf leave ?frunU'il by tliu . Inilns-triiil Court on the ninth day of Mtirch, onu thoiissuul nine hundred and cloven, information hiith this day been laid before the und...

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 March 1911

i fiie Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTL'S. ' Rkvdm'TIoxaiiy ': The slaves under serf lIoiii were compelled to heat the ponds \vithj sticks during tlie 17th century in France, so that their masters wouldn't Iju disturbed in their 'slumber with the row made by the frogs: but. these serfs tit least procured l'ood enough to subsist upon. Some wage-slaves of the Barrier are worse off than than the slaves of old. They liave to go down the dark holes called mines, and toil and sweat anil risk their limbs, and on pay day come out with the miserable wage of a penny per shift. This occurred at the British Mine a week ago — and this is the stronghold of Unionism and Laborisni! Blue Spec: The strike at Darling Island is settled.— AVira Ilnu. HE (in (itliiiimtiuii): How doth the busy Labor L' ? Improve our pay— per hour! ' ? Sllli (in Mesjienitivny: We are getting poorer every day ; Look at rent and boots and Hour! W.TMV.: Premier Jim and Mrs. Mo Gowcti have sailed for the coronation corro borree....

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

CLEAR THE DECKS. [Foit Tin-: IsTKKXATiux.w. .SociAi.i.sr. ] BY K. J. BHADY. Cm; a it the deeks, my. imticiit comrades! Cast aside your doubteand fears! J Imvc heard the bugles calling '-At! 'they never called for years'. AjhI Iliey woke me from my dreaming Like a song of old desire ; Till my «ml wan tilled with glory, And my heart was tilled with fire. Clear the decks, ye proven stalwart.':, Heroes of undaunted %ht, ? ] can hear the 'trumpets' sounding For; 1 1 their tocsin in the night. Take the old beloved banner, Nail it grimly to the mast! Here tteiicatli its red folds' waving SOUI ALL- TS we stand at last. .Socialist-; the wide world over, Soldiers of a common cause, Fighting for. the sake of Justice Tyranny and tyrant laws. Clear the decks! the 'Day is dawning O'l'.r this world by_ sea and land, When the wrongs of all its Nations .Shall be sifted as the sand. AVoe and want are man's creation, And i nr eyes beyond the veil See the great Mope skyward written : 'TKUTIL f.S MKtHTY...

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

The Soldier Slave. BY A. HbTMKUKOKI). Is a recent article Sydney Situ de clared:— 'It is curious tliat where Socialism is strongest Militarism is most rampant.' That is a point easily explained, although wrongly stated. Had the Sun's shrewd writer reversed his sentence it would have read more logically and would not require any explanation whatever. Martial Law is the most effective educator the working class can have. The heroic command of the military officer to 'fire low and lay them out, boys,' is one of Capitalism's chief ''laws' in the breaking of a strike. The order is obeyed, and down goes a few more of the discon tented workers who have grown tired of the never-ending, robbery of the laborers. Trenchant exploitation, barbarous sweating, is but the savage system upon which Capitalism fattens and flourishes. Thus the reason of the splendid advance of Socialism in Germany is obvious. But the Ger mans have paid the penalty for their education, _ unfortunately, with the blood of...

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

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

,,. South Australia. . : The, party's propaganda work is still steadily ?progressing. The outdoor meetings conti'nue'to,he well attended, and the sales 6f;jpapers..find literature are ..highly satis factory'. f«The Sunday 'School class oirSun day I afternoon ? is , well, attended, and the scholars' and their parents express pleasure in the methods adopted by the teachers. Parents are given a cordial invitation to send their children to the school, whether mem bers of the party or not. On Sunday evening before last comrade Moyle delivered an able address at the Socialist ball, Wakelield-street, to a large and appreciative audience. On Sunday night last, in the Socialist Hall, Wakelield-street, comrade Madgewiok delivered a very pleasant and instructive address to a large audience on The Life and Work of Tolstoy.' The discussion at the close of the address attested the interest evinced by the audience. We give a cordial invitation to all to attend the Sun day evening addresses, which ...

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

Broken Hill. The last meeting of the barrier branch unanimously decided to congratulate I{. S. lloss on his appointment as editor of the V 7 ' 1 Viwlv.,' Arrangements have been made for C. W. Green , to visit Broken Mill, and he is leav ing' 'Melbourne accordingly, in , company 'with comrade Rancil. , There is also a prospect of M. P.,Con sidiiie coiuing'jbere. . .'.,',?' ' We, are launching out into new premises, near the Trades Hall. We have secured a lame 1 1 id 1, with a room at the back.' ? ,° j.i 'I

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

New Branches. .Hawthorn Socialist Society has forwarded an application for afliiliation with the S.F.A. Steps are being Inkcn to l- «rin a branch in the .Mnitland coal district, and there is talk of a branch forming at Lith gow. Port Pirie IJrancli is already formed:

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

S.F.A. News & Notes. i Administrative Council. At. last meeting of tin- . Ailinini.st.riiti vo Council, correspondence was received from Melbourne, recommending tlmt L.S.B.'s cir cular ro general strike to hinder and pre vent wiir lid sent to all unions, with a re quest lor an expression thereon; from Broken Hill, ro return of ballot papers; from Broken Kill, urging that 'New Zealand Socialist Party be invited to send delegates to forthcoming S.F.A. conference; from ?Joseph Scbreyer, France, asking for curtain information re industrial conditions in Aus tralia and New Zealand; from Adelaide, ro ballot; from T. Delaney, Abermain, stat ing that 20 Socialists were ready to form branch as result of Holland's mooting there, and asking for information; from Broken Hill,- enclosing resolutions re murders in Japan and death of Paul Singer, to lie for warded to I.S. Bureau and German and Japan Socialist Parties; from Broken Hill, endorsing anti-militarist conference; from Adelaide, e...

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

Sydney Jottings. ? Mrs. Monlefiore left for Melbourne on Friday evening. At the Commune celebration at head quarters on Friday night, a motion was carried (moved by Holland and Rutherford) wishing i ercy Hurst bon voytujc, aim giving him a fraternal message to Socialists in other land? . Each speaker eulogised Hurst's active' work for the Party while hero, and he replied briefly, to tho tune of much en thusiastic applause. He sailed -m Satur day. There was a line roll-up of members and friends at the club rooms on Friday night, when the usual commemoration of tin: Paris Commune was- hold. F. W. Harris was chairman, and a short and instructive ad dress on the Commune and its lessons was delivered by A. Crawford (of S. Africa). Congregational singing, recitations, songs, and dancing filled in the evening. The Club Executive has accepted with thanks an offer from comrade Layley, of Sandford, to lend the library a, number of books for a year. Slade presided over the Domain meeting on Su...

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

Port Pirie. The local branch ha:- carried a iVMilution condemning the Australian Labor Party for bending members to the coronation of King ( reorge.

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

The Clyde Strike. BY AN IKONWOKKKR. The strike of Unionist Boilermakers' Assistants at Clyde, and the antiworking class action of the boilermakers and other unionists in remaining at work, recalls a strike that occurred two years ago at Tulloeh's Phoenix Works. Pyrmont, which, through stupid craft union tactics and lack of .solidarity, resulted in defeat. The trouble grow out of the union .Boilermakers objecting to men other than Boilermakers doing certain classes of work; and eventu ally the whole of: the boilermakers left work. They did not strike. Coercionist Wade was jailing unionists at that time for st) iking. The Ijoilermakers simply notified the boss they were ' leaving to-day, sir.' In other words, they were led into doing a miserable crawl under the penal clauses of the Lib. Lab. Industrial Disputes Act, and at the same time their action left the shop open to non-unionists, who were quickly available. It is to the lasting credit of the Assistants in the establishment that,...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Truth about the Labor Party. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

The Truth about the Labor Party. HV .1. BUJ.UEXTHAI.. Most of the Australian Labor Parties have at last attained the goal of their desire. Although elected with ? majority behind them, to control the adminis tration of- the country, their cry Avh en they Were in opposition as to the marvellous things they would do for the working-class when they got into power has not been realised — and nevi}v will be realised. A party that upholds the present capitalist system with all its absurdi ties and crimes cannot materially alter the evils of that system, for it does .not believe in uprooting the putrid economic foundations of the capitalist system. A party without any economic ex cuse for its existence is doomed to quickly lot away before the steadily insistent demand of an awakening working-class that requires a party composed of members of its own class to triumphantly lead it to the pinnacle of success. The Revolutionary Socialists of Australia assert that the Labor Party is nut a Labor...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Organised Scabbery at Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Organised Scabbery at Adelaide. BY II.S.O. When the drivers' strike terminated, and the drivers decided to place their ease in the hands of the capitalist Industrial Appeals Court, thr: masters promised that they would pay whatever the court awarded retrospective ly from the date the men returned to work; but since the award has been given the Drivers Union has been forced in many ways to take drastic action liy ceasing work to ?force the employers to keep their promise. The manager of L. Conrad and Co. pro mised to pay ' their stablemen the amount awarded for a one horse driver, but after the award was given the manager very con veniently forgot all about his promise, and, although the secretary and organiser en deavored to cure his mental aberration, their efforts were unsuccessful, anil so the stable men decided that they would not return to work on Saturday morning last unless the back time and the rate agreed upon (viz., Ss) were paid. The organiser of the Drivers' Union waited...

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

The Carcoar Trouble. BY !.. S. DCM.MKK. AxoTiuci! stage of the dispute at Carcoar has been '??reached, and the strikers have been summoned to appear at Lithgow, to answer to the awful charge of downing tools, such ;m act being detrimental to the interests of Hoskins' firm. .Notwithstanding the fact that the trouble originated in Carcoar, the men are berug dragged away to I'.-ithgow, and they are vehement in their protests against the ad ditional injustice accruing therefrom. But tin? is not the worst feature in the business by any means. The detectives sent to Carcoar by Dunald Macdonoll, to col lect the names of the strikers and gather in formation generally to facilitate the prose cution liy the Labor (?) Government, have curiously omitted to include the names of the' manager's brothers-in-law in the ' list, although the other union ist who scabbed on his mates by returning to work in company with the brothers-in-law lias been served with a summons. This ought to prove interesting...

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

S.F.A., South Australian Branch. Headquarters : Waketield-street. Adelaide. U'XTUltKS in Socialist Hall, Wiiketield-strei't every Sunday evening. MEETINGS in' Botanic Park every Sunday ill '? Secretary: G. MA IK! WICK. ? THK 3 International Socialist Club^ 274 PITT STREET, SYDNEY ; I-sii!ii!i; P.nom, open from II a.m. to 11 p.m., ntj { AMvV-'.'.ays: only. Interstate and Internal ionw .-???i-i.i'iiA :incl Labor Po.pers tiled. '. Ti:c i:i.cst Socialist and Labor Library in Australia' rAny:|'M-;-in ?.(the age- of 21 years and upwards i' '-?: ?.'???'?liciV.l'' i'r membership, subject to election «tRn . v Knci IKt\.- l.irotiliK. ; Subscription : 5s per Quarter in advance. O'liiiVii'l,-. niriviii^ from other countries, who i-*1; - -;|,..iv:;i';!i.ii.,.-i;il contribution card of any Social .' , .??ru'aiii-'ii:.!'!:. uiiiy be elected as Icmporary nien- y, -v- 'of l!- i.:'.iil- ii'J' a term of three months aft'1 *t i-i-Vi- i! rii ;?:?;'. :-iiiid shall be free from contribution' -^ ? iisi-iii...

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