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International Notes. The Modern Slave Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

International Notes. The Modern Slave Trade. T.HK people nl' this, ri urn try have 1 1 win I ;i good deal wilhin recent year.-* of indentured laboi — wliioli is the imposing title given 'to une of the most cruel and monstrous forms of slavery. In South Africa, with ;it one lime the Chinese: and now the Ka.llir.-f, in the Congo, in the now Hebrides, in St. Thome mid Principe, the oppression of the 'sulijeet races I:- has evoked cons=idera,bl-; comment ami discussion. Protests — more or less ef fective — have heeii made, and in some eases slight ameliorative measures have been put into operation. But, in spite of all the agitation, there can he no douht thai the master class of the various capitalist countries, wherever their interests demand it, take advan tage, of the ignorance, simplicity, and gen eral backwardness of (.hoof -lured races in such a way as to make their life a veritable hell on earth. The Indians in Mauritius provide a cum; in point. About the. year IS;-} -I Indian m...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANDERERS. Dedicated to the Socialist Propagandists of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

WANDERERS. Dedicated to the Socialist Propagandists of tin: World. liY UOKA I!. MONTKKlnilH. F.xii in Hie lSiwt wt: wander, And in'tliu.rWOMt we rnniii, Snilin;; o'er eleopy .-:oulhe'ni seas, Or tiirlitiiu: northern foam: WatcliiiiL' the workers' heartbeat. Grounil in industria1 mill, Urging revol and freedom, Sli-enytJi'nint' the People's. Will. Where'er the Red Flag lluttor. There is our fatherland ; Where.'er rehellion mutters We clasp a comrade1!-: hand. i, Our message, world-encirclinu', v Of woof ami web tvospin: 8 'Workers, unite! strike oil' your chain.-.! ff Tin1, world in yours, to win!' | Behind— the winding roadway F By which the raw lias come; r Before us lie the mountain peaks, Beyond— tho fair new home, Where none .shall own his fellow-man In wagodom's galling chain; Where all shall work and all enjoy What makes for all men's gain.' And youdi-r peaks nf warfare, They call for heart and I train To point the way, and clu:er (he lain!, And keep the simple .-a ne. Our mes...

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

Great Britain. The Twentieth Century Press is taking ' steps to get si. Socialist daily paper going, j It is hoped the venture will succeed. Jitfttcc appears with a new (and improved) heading. At'ii mass meeting of the workers who are ?oil strike sit Cambrian colliery, Clydachvale, South Wales, the men condemned the exe cutive for arranging a ballot upon the mas ters' terms, because the British Miners' Federation threatened to stop the strike pay. The strikers, including women, then march ed to the mine, and took up a position on the hill, whence they rolled boulders into the colliery, sind tried to lire some ricks. The police made several charges with drawn batons, but were repulsed by volleys of stones. Ten thousand employees at Singer's sowing machine works at Glasgow have struck, ow ing (o a grievance regarding the wages paid to girls.

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

China. The Ubwjy, founded Socialist Party, , of China has just issued, its first manifesto' to tin1 people, urging them to fight, for , thj ideals' of'Sucialisin and formulating the -fol- lowing demands: Abolition of the Monarchy and substitution. of. a- Heoublic founded' on general, equal, direct and secret suffrage for both sexes,- popular election of alL.the ofli cials of the provincial and1 central Govern ment, including .th'e' President of the State. The manifesto is 'signed by the leader of the Chinese ^Social-Democratic Party — Sun- Wen. ? --V- '?:-.;. Owing to the famine in China the people in places are'e'ating weeds, bark, dogs and other aniinaK'

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

Propaganda Fixtures. , ? Sunday. I'Jom.wn, :-.— Rutherford (c.liair), Wilson, - 'raw lord Holland: - ' ' M Aim's- 1'i..m-i-:,, 7,:Hi.— Fiilliiiui (cliair)i \Vil.-:uii, Lliiiiui. Literatim:: T. Jiarrie. ' ? (.ion.nuKX-sTKUKT, 7:i0.— Kitcli'i1 ((':lmir), Slmle, . Rutherford. Literature: Black. ' ? ' ' ' Saturday.' ' :'' ' ''?''? ' ? Xhwtowx 'MJitiixii:, 7. ISO Rutherford (i:liuir)i Wulsh, -.Crawford. Literature: Kitulm; ,iuni Norton. ' ' .????-

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

The Press Fund. J& s d Already acknowledged - 71 ;?- ,'- Domain collection - - '? - 1 i; 2 Sinclair - - - - - 0 I i) Ehrenberg ?'??'?.-. - - - -).:' I 0 O. Sundon - - - - U 1 U Per Mrs. K. Anderson (Book ll») — R. Wen/.el Is, A.S. ls,M. Scivers Is, 0. Martin Is, II. D. - - . - - - 0 .'- 0 Total - - - - 75 17 7 Advanced as Loan.1;. Already acknowledged -, - 5 (J (j Balance - ' - - - 60 17 7 All communications to be addressed to U. W. Jorgensen', secretary. Press Fund Com mittee, 274' Pitt-street, Sydney.

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

:VERY DESCRIPTION OF Printing AT Til li Marxian Printing House 61 Goulburn St., Sydney. Party Announcements. Standing Branch advertisements, tu occupy one inch, will he inserted free, of charge. thFsocialist federation oFaustralasTa! Headquarters: 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. (Affiliated with the International Socialist Bureau Brussels.) ' (jeueral Secretary : II. K. HOLLAND. Socialist Federation of Australasia : Sydney Branch. Headquarters: l'7-l Pitt-street, Sydney. General meeting, every alternate Tuesday, .S p.m. Kxecutiv;1 meeting, every -Monday, S p m. Sunday Meeting— Domain, :?; .Martin' Place, 7.30; Goiilljurn-streetj 7.:S0. Subscription, Is a month; married couples, lid each. Country residents desirous of becoming members are invited to communicate with tin- Sucivturv ? Secretary: .1. R. WILSON. New Zealand Socialist Party : Auckland Branch. Headquarters: Rayner's Buildings, Wellesley-st., Auckland, X.Z. Open -:ve,ry evenin.' till 10 Secretary:' M. J. SAV.VUK. Sunday Meetings— ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

International - Socialist ? Party. A .SPECIAL MEETING of the. al.ove. I'uvty.will be held at the rooms, ?_'7-l lJitt-,-truut, on Tiuwdity, April 4, to deal uitli Conference I'roiin.-jl/.— J. ii. WLLSON.Scu. ?

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

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. jniejnteraationjd Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. Unit r tin1 font ml id' the Joint KNectilive-. 1 iilernatioiiitl Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. O. W. JORGCNSEN, Manager. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney HeaiW|iiiirters : 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. All Business Communications to be addressed to the Manager, 0. \Y. J01tG.KN.S0X, to wlioin money orders and cheques should be made payable. Uturnry Communications to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia—- Is per year ; Is per quarter. New Zealand— (is j-er year; Is fid per quarter. Other Countries -Ss per year; &-i per quarter. Tin: Ititeni'tlwnnl Swnilhl trill /»? »,?„! FRED OF (JUAIIGK In Xrhwh of Art*, on condition I/tut il iis duly filed. j SOLD BY '('lie International Socialist Party, .Sydney. The .Socialist Tarty, ElizalKjth-.-l. , Melbourne. The Socialist Party, Waketield-street; Adelaide...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Party Premises Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 April 1911

Party Premises Fund. ? ? ?', ' ' ?£' s'J ' Previously a-knowlcdge-il - . - - , ,| ?-. q I). Young Is, Ii.l5.is, .). \V. Ken- -Ja 1 1. 1, Traccy' 'Is,' Uiluliiu '-s,' 1'utru :.':??,' Dunlatr Is, A'. L. -RoIhjNs £1 .'..-, | | [, u ' ' ;;.' ' ' ? £-?_.;?, o

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

S.F.A., Broken Hill Branch. Headquarters: Krantz's Buildings, Sulphide-st., oil' Argent-st. General meeting, Sunday, io!:!-) a.m. Economic Class, Friday, ~.:-!0 p.m. Lecture Sunday evening. ' ? Secretary: E. V. COG AN. S.F.A., South Australian Branch. Headquarters: YVakericld-strect, Adelaide LKOTURES in Socialist Hall, AWikelield-street ^ every Sunday evening. ' MEETINGS in Botanic Park every Sunday at :! ? Secretary: G. MADGWICIC. ? ' THB ' International Socialist Club 274 PITT STREET, SYDNEY Reading Boom, open from 11 a.m. to II p.m., on week-days only. Interstate and Infcriuiiinnal Socialist and Labor Papers filed. \ The fiiiest Socialist and Labor Library in Australia. Any person of the age of 2] years and upwards is eligible for membership, subject, to elect ion at an Executive meeting. Subscription : 5s per Quarter in advance. Comrades arriving from other countries, who can show hnaneial contribution card of any Socialist arganisatioii. may be elected as temporary mem bers of...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

International Notes. United States. Fkkd W'aiiukn. tlie plucky editor of the Appeal In Katxun, is not to go to gaol. President Tuft lias commuted liis sen tence. It will be remembered that a short while ago Warren was sentenced by the United States Appellate Court to pay a considerable lir.e und undergo six months' imprisonment. His crime' was for daring to offer 10,000 dols. reward for the apprehension and de livery of the ex-Governor Taylor t-- the authorities of Kentucky, and publishing this offer in the Appeal to Reaaun and on packages sent through the post. Warren did this to test the legality of the forcible kidnapping of Mover and Hay wood in Colorado and their delivery in Idaho. It was the campaign conducted with such daring by the Appeal to Reason and other Socialist papers that ultimately saved our dauntless comrades of the \Vestern Federa tion of Miners from hanging. The authorities were furious at the on slaught made upon them, and when they were forced to deliver up the...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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COMRADES. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

COMRADES. Comuadk mini1, lxjyond Hit- Shadow Lies oar Lund of Eldorado, Lies our Aidenn fair and free; All the wide Australia1- glory, All her nature-song and story, .Shall belong to you ami me. Gypsy twain, across tin- Ranges We shall see the silent changes Of the sunshine and the shade; We .shall hear the songs, enthralling, Of the bush-birds softly calling From the leafy ever-glade. Wjth the roads, the roads, before us, W lth our blue skies burning o'er us, . \\ lien the elovor'.s wet with dew, We will share unending pleasure Of the morning, and her treasure Shall be free to me and you. Oil, the plains, the plains, art; ours, dear, All their herbage bright with How1 re, dear, Waving in the sunlit West, As our eamp-fire's sir.oke, uplifted In the gloaming cool, is drifted Over lazy lands of Rest. And our troubled souls, and saddened, ?Shall be upward-born and gladdened By a music of the sea, Where— on moonlit beaches gleaming Under restless tides instreamiiij;— Gypsy twain we wand...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Party Premises Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Party Premises Fund. .e s ii Previously acknowledged - - - -j !:; t- G. H. Turnbull ;is, Miss Kerr ::.-, .Mrs. James fo, Win. Lay!ev£l,D. .Stew art l.~, S. Pike i's, 'L.F. U, Mr-. E. Anderson Is, K. Warner l.« - 1' 0 0 £4 13 'J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

International Socialist Party. A SPECIAL MEETING of the above Party will bo held at the rooniB, 274 Pitt-street, on Tuesday, April 11, to deal with Conference Proposals.— J.K. WILSON',.**.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A., Lithgow Branch. Chairman: B. SCULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

S.F.A., Lilheow Branch. Chairman: B. SCULLY. Secretary: A. Srl.VWCKOSS.Waratah-rt.. I.itli^ow

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Unions and Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Unions and Unionism. 15V KOHKKT ItlVKS I.A MONTH. The Old Unionism believed in high initiation fees, high dues, in strict limitation of the number of appren tices, in accumulating vast war funds, so that when the single craft or trade to which the union was almost invari ably confined, struck, it could pay strike benefits for many months while the struggle dragged on and on till the strikers lost heart and hope. While the one craft struck all the other craft in the same industry con tinued to work, and thus helped the bosses to beat their fellow work ers. The New Unionism aims, not tu keep the workers out, but to draw Ihem in. Its doors are wide open, low initiation fees, low dues, little or no limitation of apprentices. Ft re alises that the manual skill on which craft distributions were based is vanishing before the advance of the Machine. It pays little or no heed to craft distinctions, but aims to em brace' in one and the same union every man, woman and child in or about a given...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Administrative Council. At last meeting a recommendation was received from Victoria to the effect that the anti-militarist conference should be held at Adelaide immediately after the S.F.A. con ference, instead of at Sydney as originally proposed. It was resolved to endorse this and submit to National Executive.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Sociajist^ Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. l.'inl i- tin.1 control Di tin; Joint Executives, International Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. O. W. JORGENSEN, Manager. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney Headquarters : -'74 Pitt-street, Sydney. All Business Communications to he addressed tu tlu! Manager, O. Y\*. JORGEXSON, to wboiii money orders and cheques should bu made payable Literary Communications to lie addresser! to tin' Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : , Australia— Is per year ; Is pur quarter. ' New Zealand — (is jwr year; Is (id pur quarter. ; Other Countries Ss per year; 2s per quarter. Tin: liilmwtlimialXoaulM trill. I in mil FREE OF (lirAUGIi In Xrhootx )-/ Ail*, on rtimlithn tluW.il U -tnhj filed. ' ? SOLD BY -..'??' 'Hie International Socialist Party, Sydney. The .Socialist Party. Elizabutli-st., Melbourne. ; The Socialist Party, Wakcfield-street, Adelaid...

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A Word to Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

A Word to Our Readers. KV i-. W. JOK'iKNsKN. With the issue after next (No. 52) Thk International Socialist com pletes the first year of its existence — a year that has marked an epoch in the working-class history of Aus tralia, inasmuch as (in addition to the birth of this paper) it has rieen the Labor Party victoriously climb to power in both the Australian Parliament and the Parliament of this State. From a revolutionary working-class viewpoint, by far the most important event of 1910 in N.S.W. was the appearance of Thk International Socialist. Its publi cation was undertaken in the face of enormous difficulties: and its wedkly production has entailed im mense sacrifices on the part of its staff and many other comrades. Its success has been extraordinary. It is to-day hailed, from end to end of Australia, as the clear exponent of Revolutionary Socialism, the un compromising propagandist of Re volutionary Unionism, and the fear less champion of the oppressed. Never lefore in this ...

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