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The Mullock Picker. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

The Mullock Picker. ? T ? BY I..I..B. Thehk was no beauty in that northern land scape; it was fiat, and the vegetation was sparse and small and unvaried. The rich sunset sky, ripening to a red b'aze of splen dor and tailing off to soft rose and violet — that was the only touch of beauty — and it was gone like a dream. In front of the quai.it little cottage where Hans Orsen and his wife had lived for years ran an old railway line, rusty from want of use; and along the side of the house there was a dry sandy creek thick with an over growth of bottle trees. There were only two rooms perched high above the ground, and a tiny verandah shut in by canvas bags to keep out the fierce tropical sun. At the back were the only steps, they had no hand-rail, and the half door swung outwards in the wind; and coming downstairs suddenly one might step on an. unwary dog or a lazy cat, or a friend ly duck or hen. The rough, cool room below was cut out of the clay and finished off like the verandah with...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOD IN PICCADILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

GOD IN PICCADILLY. Poisonous paint on us. under t lit* gas. ?Smiling like spectres, we gather b -reavc'ii: Leprosy's taint on us, ghost-like we pass, Watched by the eyes of yon pi tiles' Heaven! U-t the stars sUire at u*! (to.I, too. may glare at us Out of the Void where Me hidetli so well — ?Sisters of midnight, Mi- d-.ui'ned 11s in making u-, Cast us like carrion to men. then for-uking iw. Smiles on His throne 011 these markets of Hell! Laugh! Those who turn from in too have their price! There, lor the proud, other harlots are dressing! They too may learn from us man's old device Food for his lust, with some sham of a blessing! ?Sons of old Adam there, buy the fine madam there, Bid with :i coronet, yea, or a crown! ?Sisters, who'd envy the glory which grace.- them. They, too, are sold to the lust which embraces them, E'en in the Church, with Christ looking down. — RoBEIET BlTHAXAS.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

'The Great French Revolution,' By Peter Kropotkin. A jrreat book that shows the working-class aide of a jireal epoeh-murkinjj event in the world's history. Price, 7s; jingled, Ss. Order from the International Socialist Literature Department.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Socialist Literature. L'repaiv fur Acrimi ('J' ? Mann) Id What Life Means To Mf I. lack London) Id What is a *c:ili « A. M. Simons) Id Economics --f tin' Kijflit-iioiiiv Day Id Lnltor Mnvi'iiifii! in |{iw-in iSvinliowski) Id .f ones'. s Hoy Id Economic Foundation.-: of Australian 1'nlitic.v -d Commercial Morality :!d The .Socialist. Commonwealth (ivuuln'ky} - -d Socialism and the Worker (If. A. Sorjre) :!d The Future of Woinun (IT. Burrows} : ? ' I'd .Socialism and tin; .Survival of the Fittest (./. Connell ) I'd .Soiih: Objection- cuSmsiuligin Answered (-lT.\t- tler'; :.'d Sedition in N.S.W.— What, is it ? I'd Mcsitid DvuumiU' ?? '? - ?-- ? I'd The X\i: Co tho Kom (.lames Connolly) - . I'd AH. iin:l Socialism (Jiiurcs) -_M Churches & Social Progress (Joseph 7\leCalje) I'd The V iinphicis* in Urn following list, cmilnin :-?_' pages each, mid are the I test short nropagniiiki hooks that can be obtained at tho price. They will be sent post free at Is (id per dozen assorted.. W...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Build up heroic lives, and all Be Bite a sneathen sabre ! Ready to flash out at God's call, O Chivalry of Labor. Triumph and Toil we twins, though they Be singly born in sorrow, And 'tis the martyrdom to-day Brings victory to-moirow. -GERALD NUSSEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This I-^-andJJeTto Work ! Fou .-very TWENTY' SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for The Lntkux.vtioxai, 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 i'jsue. This oilier will -ipply as from August J . It is not inside with reference to renewed .-utbscriptionb. Books containing 20 receipt lornis will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names oE- new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must he handed in weekly while receipt books must be returned at the end of each quarter for audit purpose*-,. Write a' once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist piopag.uida ia to get subscriber!? for Tliu Lntukx \tio.n u.Soi i sijst, the uncompromi...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Proletarian Movement. Its Historic Mission is the Ending of Class Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

The Proletarian Movement. Its Historic Mission is the Ending «f Class Rule. In the conditions of the proletariat, those of old society at large are al ready virtually swamped. The pro letarian is without property ; his re lation to his wife and children has no longer anything in common with the bourgeois family relations; modern industrial labor, modern subjection to capital, the same in England as in France, in America as in Germany, has stripped him of every trace of national character. Law, morality, religion, are to him so many bour geois prejudices, behind which lurk in ambush just as many bourgeois in terests. A?l the preceding classes that got the upper hand sought to fortify their already acquired status by subjecting society at large to their conditions of appropriation. The proletarians can not become masters of the productive forces of society, except by abolish ing their own previous mode of ap propriation, aud thereby also every other previous mode of appropriation. The...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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De Profundis. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

De Profundis. HY OSC'AK WILOK. To regret one's own experiences is to arrest one's own development. To deny one's ex periences is to put a lie into the lips' of one's own life. It is no less than a denial of the soul. Society takes it upon itself the right to. inflict appalling punishment on the indi vidual, but it also lms the supreme vice of shallowness, and fails to realise what it has done. When the man's punishment is over, it leaves, him t) himself; that is to say, it abandons him at the very moment when its highest duty towards him begins. Clergymen and people who use phrases without wisdom sometimes talk of suffering as a f mystery. It is really a revelation. One discerns thinirs one never discerned be fore. One approaches the whole of history from a different standpoint. What one had felt dimly, through instinct, about art, is in tellectually and emotionally realised with perfect clearness of vision, and absolute in tensity of apprehension. Other things may be illusion*- of ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Rise of Economic Institutions. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

The Rise of Economic Institutions. Economic institutions are the factories, mills and mines in which the necessities of life are produced. We hear a great deal from our theologian friends of the 'Fall of Man,' but the tact is, mankind has risen, btarting without articulate speech, or tools, our an cestors fought the battle first for existence and safety from wild animalb. Their lack of abstract reasoning, and the dangers sur rounding them, made progress almost im perceptible for ages and ages. The discov ery of striking fire, the invention of the bow and arrow, the development of the use of pottery, the domestication of animals, and use of adobe bricks for dwellings in place of cave-living, the smelting of iron ore, and the development of a phonetic alphabet, we owe to tlie periods of savagery and barbar ism. With the rise of civilisation all the forces of nature seem to be conquered by man . Astronomy explains the planetary system ; chemistry lias conquered colors, developed steel,...

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Portugal. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Portugal. As a protest against the shooting of two striker's a general strike was ordered at Lis bon. A collision between ? the strikers and the Republican Guard took place, the latter charging the men with drawn swords. Many arrests have been made, including all the strike leaders. All papers have stopped publication.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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An Open Letter To Judge Heydon concerning Lithgow [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

An Open Letter To Judge Heydon concerning Lithgow BY II. E. HOLLAND. Youk Honok, — I think it was Burke who said: ' What is morally wiong can never be made legally right.' Your pronouncements in the Lith gow cases would make it appear that you think otherwise. Hence this letter. You have proclaimed that Arbitra tion is right. The Socialists have always declared that Arbitration (that is, Arbitration as your court knows it) is morally wrong — fundamentally wrong. Now, if your Honor knows anything of the political history of N.S.W., you will know that we resented and uncompromis ingly resisted the movement of 3 our class to shackle the industiial organisations of the workers with this measure in 1901-2. Then we urged — as we have never ceased to urge since — that the workers being the creators of all the wealth of the community should alone be the pos sessors of the wealth. We pointed out that your Honor's class — a mere fraction of the people — although do ing no useful productive wo...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Uruguay. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Uruguay. Our comrades in' Uruguay haveachieveda splendid success at the recent elections in the return of Dr. ICmilio Frugoai, a writer of great talent and professor at the Univer sity of Monte Video. Dr. Frugoni is the first socialist to enter ihe Uragimy Parlia' mynt, but he is the second who has been elected in Latin America, Dr. Alfredo Palacois having been returned in 1 1)0-4 for Buenos Ayres.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Law at Lithgow. The Labor Party endeavors to jail Unionists because they refuse to Scab. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

The Law at Lithgow. The Labor Party endeavors to jail Unionists be cause they refuse to Scab. HY II. K. HOLLAND. It was just ten minutes to three on the morning of Wednesday, March 22, when Crawford and the writer fell int-- the paper train for Lithgow — where we arrived nearly seven hours later. At Lithgow we found some ISO unionists and about three scabs being tried — the unionists because they were unionists; the scabs apparently because they were sus pected of not having scabbed soon enough. A couple of th-- latter element, tins evidence showed, had not iiwii prosecuted at all. The Labor Government had given them im munity from prosecution liecau.se there were special features in their cases. They had scabbed more quickly than the others. In 1908, Sydney Labor Councillors will remember that Mr. McGowen and Mr. Hol man promised the L'nion Congress that, if given time, they would get the Industrial Disputes Act amended. Well, three years later, in Lithgow, they themselves are foun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

United States. Tne National Kxecutive Committee of the Socialist Party is now voting upon a. motion authorising comrade Hillquit to prepare a statement concerning the Keir IIardieVail aiu resolution, upon which an expression has | been requested by the international Socialist Bureau. At a special election, held January II, in Oil City, Pa., the following comrades were elected over the. combined opposition of the old parties: C. K. Martin, select council; A. C. Feick, common council;. N. (!. Knglish and W. B. Wilson, school con trollers. Fred.- Warren's conviction has been quashed by President Taft.

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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

\ The Passing Show, I (.ONIU'CTKI) 15V (Vl'US. Wilson, anti- Labor Premier of Westralia, eulogises Senator Pearce's navul scheme, iintl also jubilates concerning Admiral Hen derson's report. Another fact which should go to warn the workers against the Labor Party's murder projects. That extraordinary craft union concern, the Wellington Trades and Labor Council, alarmed atjthe. progress ofithe'N.Z.'.Federa-j. tiaii of Laoor — which conies proclaiming Revolutionary Unionism — has adopted a pledge as follows: :' Prior to being admitted as a delegate to the. Wellington Trades and Council. I, the undersigned, hereby pledge myself to loyally adhere to and further the objects of the union I represent,' as incorporated in the constitution, and not to divulge its business to the press, or any person Hot connected with the. council; and to retire from the dolegateship of the council if it be held that a breach of. my pledge has been com mitted.' A pledge of that sort won't wipe out. the Socia...

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THE SONG OF TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

THE SONG OF TRUTH. ? «. ? BY EOS. A .srntrr upon life's Hiihle sea, 1 light a way for the. waywanl, w.orn: The crimson hamier by Demos borne Has trottocs of gold engraved by me. I know the land of the 'olden gleam — The inspiration of .- helley's dream — ? : The land of fie Joy. to be. ' ' Oiioura— ? Ye workers, arise, arise, arise! Arise, ye workers and .follow me! ~ I wend to the West where nes'er dies .The Sunset of Love — where longing lies The realm of the free, the free! 1 tell of f'C woes and miseries That dwell for ever among the poor: ? The pangs of godly and human law Destroying their souls by slow degree.-:. 1 moan a monody of the minds ' Defiled and killed by an'sige that binds Man's heavenly destinies. The rich in. the palace fear to hear My pronheey of a coming day, W. en gilden glory shall fade away. And man shall enjoy the verdal years. They fear ihe time in the future vast When blinding memory of the past : i . Hnjicnderest oft a tear. — liarrwr Truth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Germany. Comrade Molkenbuhr lms been elected to take Singer's place as chairmsin of the Social- Democratic group in the Reichstag; he and Bebel are thus chairmen with equal rights. A crowd of ?iOjl.MX), mostly women, parti cipated in the Social-Democrats' demonstra tion in favor of female suft'rsige. An almost incredible instance of pettiness on the part of the military authorities is re ported: from l-iaiic (says a Berlin telegram of. Feb. lit). In the cinematograph theatres of that city one of the most popular pictures on the screen was the burial of Paul Singer, the Socialist leader. So long, as this attrac tion remains on the programmes of these places of entertainment soldiers garrisoned in Halle are forbidden to enter their doors. Latterly the authoriteis have shown increas ing nervousness in their care lest young soldiers should become tainted with Social ism. Hecrbouses which sire regirded sis re sorts of Socialists or which take I ri the So cialist paper, Vormierl', are on ...

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France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

France. Jules Guesde, who has recovered from the ill-hesdth which for four years luis pre vented his taking any very sictivepartin the movement, is again working for Socialism with his old liery activity. Differences of opinion on details exist between .Inures and myself,' says Guesde, ' but we lire candid friends, and there is nothing. to object to in the nature of his So cialism. He and I are trying, starting with the present, to construct a future in which the social darkness of to-day shall be swept away.' Guesde expects that the next Annual Con ference will give the party in the Chamber a line of action for the election of tho Par liamentary Bureau, and for thsit of the Pre sident of the Republic; He himself is of opinion that in all cases a Socialist candidate should be put up against those of the bour geoisie. At the municipal election sit Concsirneau (iMniiislorrc) the whole Socialist list, con sisting of twenty-three persons has been elected.

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