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

THE SOCIALIST FEDERATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Headquarters: '11 A Pitt -.street. Sydney. ( Uliliated with the International Socialist Bureau, Brussels) General Secretary : H. K. HOLLAND. _ Socialist Federation of Australasia : Sydney Branch. Headquarters: TtA Pitt-street, Sydney. ' General meeting, every alternate Xue.-iday. S p.m. Executive nicetiii}:, every Monday, S p.m. Stiiiday Meetings — Domain, :!; Martin PIhw, 7.'-0; Ooulburn-street, 7.:iO. Subscription, Is a month; married couple-, lid ouch. Country residents desirous ol' beconiin;.' member.-; are invited to communicate with the Secretary. Secretary: J. R. WILSON'. New Zealand Socialist Party: Auckland Branch. Headquarters: Rayncr's Buildings, Wellesley-st., Auckland, N.Z. Open every evenimr till 10. Secretary: M. J. SAVAGE. Sunday Meetings— Queen's Wharf, I! p.m.; eoruer Wellesley and Queen-street--. ii.4o p.m. LECTURES in Opera House evej-y Sunday at i .?'-'-. Lecturer : 11. SCOTT BEN X KIT. ? ~~~ S.F.A., Broken Hill Branch. S...

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

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Printing AT THE Marxian Printing House 61 Goulburn St., Sydney. = --.._.._ ? _ ? ' | Party Announcements. \ .Standing Branch advertisements, ti- urrup.y 'lie x. inch, will be inserted tree of charge.

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Economics of Karl Marx. Beginners' Course in Socialism. No. 2.—The Value of a Commodity. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Economics of Karl Marx. Beginners' Course in Socialism. BY MARY K. MAKUY IN THE ' INTEKXATION AI SOCIALIST KKVIKW, ' CHICAGO. No. 2. — The Value of a Commodity. In the last article publisncd we learned that the wage- worker's relation to the boss is that of a SELLER of auonimodity. Whether you work in a mine, a mill, or a factory, when ever you get a job you are SELLINO your STRENGTH to work— or your LABOR POWER— to the boss. We know that LABOR-POWER is a com modity like shoes or hats or stoves. Now ALL commodities are the product of lybor, that is, there was never a commodity that was not the result of the strength and brains of working-men or women. Workers make shoes ; bakers of bread are workingmen or women; houses, streetcars, trains, palaces, bridges, stoves — are all the product of the laboring man. ALL commodities are the pro duct of labor. There is one common thing which all com modities contain. That is LABOR. A com modity only has value (exchange value) be cause it contai...

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UNITE! UNITE! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

UNITE! UNITE! .[Fou Tiik Inteusatiosai. Sociamht.] BY BLUE SPEC. Do you toil with pick and shovel? Is your. resi- dence a hovel .Compared to where Old Fat holds hi* At Hone' Arc you on a higher level? Then with chisel, lathe. and level . You may fashion things of iron, wood or stone. Are you battling lor a crust in a coal mine'sgUKini and dust, AVhere you risk a fall of roof or tiery grave : Whate'cr may l-e your graft, your trade or handi craft, Please remember ' Rule Brittannia ' — you'ro a slave. It you're out of work and wages, and are lookin-.: for t?ie pages Of the Wanteds in the Dear Old Daily Press: Then you'll tumble to the. capers of the m //-';/ morn ing papers, And the cheap advice they give you in distress. How they preach of Immigration and the building of a nation, Putting people on the land— sell them something . that's their own. Here we rind a cap that tits them — tire a parting . shot that bita them : They are reaping golden harvests from the land they've never so...

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

' The Great French Revolution,' By Peter Kropotkin. A great book that shows the working-class side of a greatepoch-marking event in the world's history. Price, 'a; posted, -Ss. Order from the International Socialist Literature Department.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 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. Uinl r the control of the Joint Executives, International Socialist)-. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. O. W. JORGENSEN, Manager. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney Headquarters : 274 Pitt-street, Sydiioy. All Business Communications to be addressed to the Manager, 0. W. JOKGIONSON, to whom money outers and cheques should be made payable. Literary G'oiimimiicHtionH to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— Is per year ; Is pur quarter. New Zealand— Os per year; In (id per quarter. Other Countries Ss pur year; ?_'.-; per quarter. The Intvnitttioiittl. Sncialixt irill he mml h'Rlili --[?' CHARGE to .Schoolx of Art*, on mmlilion flint H rs dtdy filed. SOLD BY The International Socialist Party, Sydney. The Socialist Party, Elizabeth-:*., Melbourne. The Socialist Party, Wakctield-strcet, Adelaide. TheSocialisl Party, Po...

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Sold Themselves into Slavery. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Sold Themselves into Slavery. BY A SAD BLEU. When a craft union makes a live years' agreement with the employers, it really means that for. live years the members of such union pledge themselves to scab on other unionists who may become involved in the*, meantime — that is, to scab on them by remaining at work. Well, the Saddlers and Harness Makers' Union has entered into such an agreement— FOR FIVE YEARS. Prospective I iabor-member Fsxrrer is an ex S.L.P. man full of Wellingtonian ambitions, and his devotion to working-class interests manifested itself in the unhesitating way he railroaded Labor-sweater — beg pardon, La bor-member Minahan into the padded Par liamentary seat . And so, under .Mr. Farrer's 'leadership,' a few class-iuiconscious leather- workers met in a tomb in the Labor mortuary at the foot of Goulburn-street, and forced by economic pressure, decided to ap peal to their owneni for ' a living-wage.' (Evidently the traditional boarder had tendered his resignation.) The...

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Socialist Fables. The Two Fools. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

| 0 Socialist Fables. II The Two Fools. BY W.K.W. Two working-mer. met during a political contest in which a Liberal and a Laboritc were the contestants. One said : 'Who are you voting for, Jack?' 'The Labor'' man,- of course* ' said Jack. ' None of your leg-irons crowd for me. I'm a Labor man to the backbone. I believe in progressive legislation, and I'll never vote for a crowd that goes to the dark ages for coercion acts.' ' ' . . 'What rot!' said the supporter of the Liberal candidate. ' I wouldn't be seen in the company of Laborites. They're only the riff-raff and wasters who want to upset everything. King, country, family, and religion are nothing to them. I wouldn't let people know I belonged to them if I were you. Thank goodness, I belong to the educated class, which can, and will, do something for us. Leg-irons! Why some men should not only have log-irons on, but should also have rings through their noses when they won't keep quiet.' The debate between the two got so hot tha...

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A Wild and Whirling Man. On the Track of the Reds at the Barrier. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

A Wild and Whirling Man — ?* — On the Track of the Reds at the Barrier. BY A HEVOLUTIOXAHV: The president of the A.M. A., fresh from the P.L.L.-ers conference, again inade him self conspicuous at the union m eeting on Tuesday night by a variety of iiiisinuations concerning the Socialists present. When me of the lads replied, Robinsow rushed at liim like a lion after its prey, missed his victim, and turned around and deliberately struck an invalid member, who is c rippled in both hands. It was a most cowardly as sault. After the episode, 'Robinson cried like a child, and yelled out abot it having sacrificed himself for the movem ent. He said he 'intended to stop the domineering tactics of the Socialists.' This jsaine Mr. Robinson has made wonderful Hiiciritices for the movement. He went to the P.I/.L. con ference recently, and received a wsuge of 17s and expenses, which he. demanded previous to going, the usual rate being l.'is a day. He returned, and climbed over the backs of his ma...

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

Kkau, not to contradict, and confute, iR-r lo be lieve and take for grunted, nor to tiud talk^and discourse, but, to weigh mid consider. -FRANCIS BACON.

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

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This !— anlGefto Work ! Poi: every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NKW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear y, or yearly) that YOU send in for Thk IsTKitxATioxAL Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books to be selected from any available list of standard novels and poems, and also from the Socialist Literature list of the In ternational Socialist Literature Department, published in this issue. This offer will apply as from August 1. It is not made with reference to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt iorms will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must lie handed in weekly while receipt books must be returned at the end of each quarter for audit purposes. Write a(- once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Thk IntkhnatioxalSocialist, the uncompromising, fighting organ of...

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

K.P.A. REPRINTS. Life of Thomas Paine (M. D. Con way) in ?) vols. Per volume, (id, posted .Sd Origin of Species (Darwin), (id, posted 8cl Problems of Future (Laing) lid, posted Sd Age of Reason (Tli. Paine) (id, posted Sd Rights of .Man (,Th. Paine) b'd, posted Sd Common Objections to Socialism Answered (R. l.». Slithers), 4d Posted lid Merrie England (Lihitchford), 4d, ' Posted M Britain for the British (Blatchford), 4d Posted lid God and My -Neighbor ( Blatchford) -Id Posted (id Equality (E. Bellamy) (id . Posted yd Looking Backwards (E. Bellamy) lid Posted 8d Martyrdom of Ferrer (McCabe), -5d Posted Sd Not Guilty (Blatchford) 8d Ported lOd Fields, Factories, and Workshops (Ivropotkin) .Sd : Do. ? posted lOd Eighteenth Biiiniiti eof Louis Bonaparte (Marx) Is Do. . posted Is Id Evolution— -from Xebula; to Man (McCabe) lslSd .Do. i ^ posted Is Hd Sorcery Shop (Blatchford) Sd Posted lOd AVoman— Past, Present, and Future (Bebel) I Do. posted Is :i'l The Great French Revolution (P. Kro...

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

Socialist Literature. Prepare for Action (Tom Mann) Id 'What Life Mean.- To Me fJaek London) Id What in a Scab (A. M. Simons) Id Economics of tins Eight-hour;- Day Id Laoor Movement in Russia (Sviutlowski) Id Jones's Boy Id Economic Foundations of Australian Polities -d Commercial Morality -d The Socialist Conimouweulth (Kai.it.sky) ,..;.? 2d Socialism and the. Worker (F. A. Sorge) -d The Future of AVoinan (H. Burrows) 2d Socialism and the Survival of tins Fittest (J . .Council) ?-.:.:? i'fl .Some Objections loSoeialism Answered (' 'Tat- tler'; 2d Sedition in X.S.W. — What is it V '_'d Mental Dynamite. -d The Axe to the Root (James Connolly). 2d Art and Socialism (.laures) I'd (.'hurdles & Social Progress (Joseph McCabe) -d Tlie I'.iinphlet.s in the ' following list contain :Vi pages each, and are the boat short propaganda books that cuh be obtained at the price. They will be sent post free at lsb'd per dozen assorted. Women & the Social Problem. (May Simons) 2d Revo...

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Notes from Yerranderie. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Notes from Yerranderie. — + — Oxk of our members was victimised last week for (1 think) taking a leading part in reporting to the Mines Department a loek out at the Y.S. Mine, and for not fulfilling the labor conditions. After the generel meeting of the A.M. A. the executive waited on the Lord of the Mine, and asked for an explanation — which was given in the following way: ' Your A.M. A. and Committee can go to Hell! You have your redress — use it.' Now, this is quite a rough place to get out of, but we have decided to follow his lord ship there, and if it is not a better hell than Yerranderie is for the miner, wo will let you know.— 14.3. 11.

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

Jaoan. Dr. Gustav Landauer, in anaceouut of an interview, he had with the Japanese Ambas sador in Berlin, says that the latter, when he pressed him, left no room for doubt that the 26 persons who were being tried for an al leged r-lot against the Mikado would cer tainly be condemned to death. Indeed, Landauer says that when lie left the Am bassador he even felt doubtful as to whether the accused had not, been already quietly put out of the way.

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The Class War. Under the Labor Party's Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

The Class War. — . — Under the Labor Party's Rule. ? t i TheiY will be no utrikev when the Labor Party yoccnix. — Labor-member Stuart- Robertson. Lithuow furnacemen and Carcoar iron miners are being prosecuted by the Labor Govern ment for striking. Last week, the capstan men struck at Darling Island. Boilermakers' assistants are on strike at Granville. Fruitpickers are still on strike at Ken mark. The implement workers' strike continues in Melbourne. The charge against Dale, is that he ' at Renmark on the first day of March, 1911, did unlawfully aid, abet and counsel the commission of an offence punishable on summary conviction, to wit, a common assault, which assault Mas this day been committed on one William Robert Lovell, of Ren in ark, laborer.' On the information of Inspector Bushel 1 (Renmark) summonses were served on 0'Flaherty and Pedley, of the U.L.U. 0' Flaherty is to be charged with an assault oi William Anderson and Pedley with one on Bernard Williams. : Labor Government...

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Slaves of Port Kembla. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Slaves of Port Kembla. UY AX ULKCriiOUTk' MAN. Somk two years or more ago, I landed in Port Kembla, just after the Quarry Strike. The men were getting 7s a day; and, owing to an accident which resulted in the death of two men, they declared the work danger ous, and demanded another shilling a day. Imagine, one shilling a day extra because of the danger of death. They had a long wait for a reply to their demand, because on the advice of the Union Mortuary (otherwise the Trades Hell), the men went back to work. The strike did sonic good, however, inas much- as it united the coke workers and sonic of the electrolytic men . Butall who evinced \ desire for organisation got the sack. Then one man — an electrolytic worker — came along, and his pleading for organisa tion was like a voice crying in the wilder ness; but there was promise of success in his work . The boss heard of it, however, and the agitator was promptly sacked, and all the other men were told that those who had union ideas ...

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

Organisation on Revolutionary So cialist lines should be the FIRST idea! To this end, circulate Tiik Inthunational Socialist — the paper that will both educate and enthuse. I . . ?

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Broken Hill Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 March 1911

Broken Hill Notes. BY E.V.C. F. \V. Alums, one of Jos. Thomas's sweated employees, lectured before the Demo. Club a few Sundays back on the achievements of the Labor Party. The lecturer chiefly de fended the Labor Party's Conscription Act, and condemned the anti-militarists of Aus tralia. He touched upon the inferiority of the Japanese, and the danger of this savage race taking possession of 'our fair land,' He .spoke of the low morality existing in Japan, but made no mention of the low morality in Australia, especially in Mel bourne and Sydney, where thousands sell virtue to procure bread. This is inevitable under capitalism. Capitalism is interna tional, therefore, the moralities existing to day are similar in all countries. This cry of 'Japs' coming to Australia to ravish our women is a bogey cry of the Capitalist emissaries, in order to sharpen the greatest weapon used by the capitalist class to keep the working-class in subjection — namely, 'the army and navy; the army to preve...

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Socialist Fables. The Merchant and the Pearl. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

- ? — ?' ~ ? . - - - - - 0 Socialist Fables. H The Merchant and the Pearl. BY W.K.W. A mkkchaxt I'.ce travelled through many lands in sea* -in of valuable pearls. He hour': it a large number of good pearls, but final'/ he came on one of extraordinary value, and he sold all the others to buy that one. ? Having secured the pearl, he took passage on the homeward-bound vessel, intending to sell his pearl, make a home, and settle down in comfort. ? In a terrific storm, however, the vessel was wrecked, and the merchant was washed ashore on a small island, the rest of the passengers and crew all being drowned. He had managed, however, to save his pearl, and he blessed himself for that. After a brief rest, he commenced to explore the island, and in his rambles he came upon a small hut which had been built from for mer wrecks. On approaching thie hut, he discovered a man who told him that he also had been cast up by the waves from a wreck; and that he had taken possession of the island in th...

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