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Lithgow Branch Formed. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Lithgow Branch Formed. Lithgow was red the other week. Labor blue was at a discount. The Labor Party 't strike prosecutions have proved the, best educational work ever performed in Lithgow. Record crowds eagerly absorbed the utter ances of Holland and Crawford (South Africa). Socialism is the talk every where. Four Socialist meetings in rive days is unprecedented. Crowds who formerly jeered the Socialist speakers came to these meetings and cheered. On Friday night comrade Crawford ad dressed a record crowd from the balcony oF the Grand Central Hotel. At the conclusion of his address he appealed to Revolutionary Socialists to help form a branch of the S.F.A. Fourteen stalwarts came forward, and a branch was duly formed. Comrade B. Scully is appointed chair man for the present, and A. Shawoross will act as secretary. Every member means to push The Intkuxational Social ist in the district. An attempt will be made to keep the meetings going, and it is hoped to have periodic visits from ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unionists Blacklegging on Unionists. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Unionists Blacklegging on Unionists. BY H.S.C. Tiik Henn'iark strike still continues, and the men are standing linn, despite the fact that: they are fighting against great odds, as the growers are being helped, as usual, by mem bers of other alleged unions scabbing on the U.L.U. ' - ,';_. ?' ,.?:. Un Thursday last tiie growers manned an antiquated boat, named the Julia, the sea worthiness of 'Which is of a doubtful quan tity, and shipped a cargo of 30 tons of pears under the protection of a body of police. At Morgan the U.L.U. organiser at tempted to persuade the railway men not to assist in unloading the scab, fruit,, but, as usual, the railway men persisted in scab bing. When one of the trucks of pears reached Port Adelaide, the workers there, with this ex ception of the railway men, recognised their common interests'with the workers of Ren mark and refused to touch the fruit. The truck wiis taken to the Government produce depot, but the men there refused to unload it, and the for...

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

lines from Lithgow. 'For,r/-\\'tNu is the somewhat sensational statement of a blast furnace worker: ?v ' When J went back to work on Monday, ???,27th inst. (after being on strike) I was v-Jiooked to start on -I p.m. shift. My atten tion was drawn to a notice which was ? ported up on the works, and on reading it [ ?'found it was signed by Henderson, the manager of the Blast Furnace. It was a ?list of names of the men starting work, and JSJ assigning each man the position or kind of 'work he was to start on. My original position was founder at 1 2s per shift, but, according to the list, I was told oft' as slagger at 9s per shift; and again, according to the list, the man who previous to the strike worked under me as slagger was told off as founder at 12s per shift. When I mentioned the matter to Mr. Henderson, he said, ''I will not have you as founder again at any price.' I then immediately consulted Mr. C. Hoskins, in ? the presence of Mr. Henderson; Mr. Hos kins said that 1 could ta...

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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Sydney Jottings. The secretary this week received ;) letter from comrade Layley. of Sandford, Vie., with j£l towards the Party Premises Fund, and notifying that he had forwarded two books for the library, ' The Life of Debs' and 'The Art of Lecturing.' both of which arrived safelv. Last week comrade Ike Askew and Mrs. Askew left Sydney for their home at Collarenebri, after a stay of some weeks in the Metropolis. This week comrade Mc Enery also left for the same centre. On Monday of last week, A. Crawford, of South Africa, left Sydney for Melbourne. He has addressed the striking implement makers, getting in fine work for Socialism. Mrs. Montefiore, who has been addressing very successful meetings in Melbourne, re turns to Sydney this week. Sunday's domain meeting was a huge success. Rutherford (chair), Rilev. Wil son, and Holland were the speakers. On Saturday night at Newtown. Ruther ford. Walsh, and Slade addressed a splendid meeting. On Sunday night successful meeting; were held a...

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Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Propaganda Fixtures. ; Sunday. ,.J)ii.m.mk, I!. — Riley (chair), Feldliausen. Hullaiul, Wilson, Rutherford. iM.wrnx 1'i.ai'k, 7.M0.— Whitinore (cliuir), Slmle, Kutherford. Literature: J. Lee. (iiii-uiuus-HTiiBET, 7.30.— Fulhani (chair), Feld liiuis'.!)i, Wilt-on. Literature: T. Barrie. Saturday. Skwtown Biuikse, 7.;-0— Walsh, liiley, Kiithcr l'ord, Dcnfiird. Literature: Ritchie.

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

South Australia. On Sunday last, comrade A. K. Wallace delivered a stirring address, on the anni versary of the Paris Commune, to a very large audience. During the past week we have had a visit from comrades Green and Rancie, from Melbourne. On Saturday night and bun day afternoon they both addressed large audiences at an open air meetings, and were listened to attentatively. The Sunday school i^ rapidly growing, and many of the parents show a growing interest in the work of the school. — 24.8.11.

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The Referenda. From a Socialist Viewpoint. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

The Referenda. From a Socialist Viewpoint. BY If. K. HOLLAND. l.\ bygone days the politicians of the old parties planned to side-track the work ing-class with Freetrade and Protec tion cries, with sectarianism, and in devi ous other ways. Time was when they were wont to shout from the house-tops that ' you can't sink the fiscal question.' That day has gone. The fiscal cry is dead; the sectarian serpent is only a wriggling crippled thing. The Labor Party has se cured control of the Federal Parliament and of various State Parliaments. Because of the bourgeois nature of its economic founda tions the Labor Party can't make good — even in the matter of its promises to palliate. Therefore, there has arisen the need for a new cry to side-track the workers. This comes in the form of a de mand for new powers for the Federal Parliament, met with violent opposition by certain members of the State Parliaments. For the alterations, Labor members and. ex ploiters stand side by side; against the a...

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S.F.A. News & Notes. Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

HATNews& Notes.; ? . ? I Broken Hill. (j.NsiMiNK, C W. 'Ircen. 'Bruumiy' Flanagan, and Norman Rancic arrived on Saturday, and were heartily received by the Barrier Socialists. The meeting of thu brunch to-day, at new premise-, decided to start propaganda meeting:- on the street corner.-: on next Siturdav, and a Sunday evening lecture in our Hall. The movement is going ahead, a great future for Socialism on the Barrier is loom ing on the horizon. — March lo, I'.lll.

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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

j The Passing Show, j CONDIXTIOH BY OTL'S. 'It ought, to have been £10,' said the ironmaster, across the Courthouse table at Lithgow, when the blast furnace men were bludgeoned with a line thai ran close to £-r- each. He had quite forgotten to tell the Court that lie had already fined some of them himself. More commercial morality. Ash woods. Ltd., have been fined forty .shillings for itsinji .scales that were one ounce on the wrong side — for the customer. Still Ashwoods1 line was marvellously light compared to that of the Carcoar iron ore miners, whosecriine Wii.su 'L that they swindled the public, but only that they wanted union wages. In his reply to the A.W.I!. Executive's attack on himself. Frank Lundie.says that, although he is a member of the Kxeuutive, he received no notification whatever' from . the general secretary that a vote of the Executive was being taken concerning his actions. ' ? Single7taxer Cnnyford'.Vaughan, the op ; portunist politician who lised'tb run agains...

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MARCHING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

MARCHING SONG. I ? ♦ ? . ; ' Ir you're gaine, to light with no etui in t-ij,'ht ami I iii'ut a blind to play, ^ If you're lit to toil with no hope ol spoil anil the ' toiling itself for nay, j If you'll bear tin1 irk of the thankless work of making the dream eonie true, k If you'll march alonj; I' trough a hootinj: ihronjr & that bellows ibs oath at you. M If you'll learn to meet each new defeat with (he !'$& And lift your lance in a new advance with hardly '% a chance to score, it* Then you're just the breed thai we sorely need; ?' you're one of our kith and kin. ?so {jet the .swing of tlio .--on;? we sing ami join in the march — fall in. We promise no loot to the young recruit, no glory or pr.iise or fame. vi No gold you gain ' in this long campaign — but ^ plenty of jeers and bliurc, }Lt The i|iinr ers are mean and the rations lean; the f, fcers ice is harsh and grim a The war is on from dark to dawn, from dawn to 1 the twilight dim ; H Hut there's ever the cheer ...

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Nietzsche and Jesus. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Nietzsche and Jesus. liY W.H.W. ; Niktzhchk, in his attack upon Chris- j tiauity, poured contumely ami scorn upon that religion becuu.se it was es sentially a mean and contemptible creed, fit only for the poor in spirit, the lowly and downcast, and all those who could be classed as wastrels, degenerates, and failures. He contended that Christianity was in no sense a religion fit for self reliant and successful men, and that, being fundamentally the religion of the pooi* and degraded, it made for the preservation of a type of man which should be allowed to go to the wall in the stimulating struggle for existence. The message of the founder of Christianity was, he contended, that the poor in spirit, the shiftless, and unambitious and unintelligent should be succoured and .supported at the expense of the intelligent, rich, self reliant, and virile. This would seriously handicap the latter, and hinder the development of the super man, and so place a serious obstacle in the way of progre...

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

To our Contributors. rwjiiivlt:*} 3.!iW '?-.- --yiux is -rs*.i*i-i'33j^'j J.!'jj:1'-»3. Twa&twi. . aiyj ^itj-v»iJ r-v^jtr frwj ' £«v-- ?:'s!'.«wrj--y.«.aaJJ--. Open OJ-ajn cy.'.'jrrl't.i'ri'-.'a- ??aor^jii? ---' w-w- Write Ivahly. '-;?- ow; ??s/it'A \:* yai^r-'j-.'.y. xz-'2 3*av«; iffX'' *{/i!/-T f.ifrt TB'^ifrlj 1«V? Hfi'..^ Wifjftij jy-Jj;j.-. i-.BT*r *wi«- ^ptjj. aJiC riiarv wiSiatin ir'hi any :*&rx --i A'i«t«i]ia^ .\?Ai**r v ' Ti& Vsihvr.' !»'j j;rva- ??wiiw r.'savA. '?'-'.-- Evrj wmriw'^wj wj'i-n: '-:*.' v^ »r.v: - ?---.?-??? i-^Wr. _ ; Friend- ano M-;™U/- -dAxingTBE Istez- .! j-atwaj. .'f'/.i'.'.j.j.-T Offic- are u^g*d lo assist i DON'T HTAV TO TALK. WVre always lb-; 'laylhit': k'.- }jav*r Vi mai* Tip f'.-r vy vrorkiug through ih': nigbi hour?. CoBBnktee ud Geaeral Meetings. r**rt. riylriHj, -lnriu% ii# fortiiwiwair wtek :— Turirrilay . ~—-.¥.h. A-iiuijaiBEnttn-*: C'.'W'^ MoH'iay. 7.:/' j,.y;. — Civil- Exwonvf. M'yft'laj. *.-'/' ;--.'/-.— Joijji Kw.ffii...

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THE ROCK-BREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

tHE l&CK-BkEAKER. ? « ? -; ?/ ??? ? ??? Palsi.m; lie leans upon his sledge, and looks.— A labor-blasted toiler; ?So have I s«ai. on Shasta's t'-|», a pmt' ' A ? Stand silent on, iiolitr, Stript of its. 'lory of green leaves ami boughs, its great truiiK spnc uy nre, Its grey bark blackened by tin; thunder-sii oke. Its life a sacrifice To Mime blind purpose of the Destinies. ; — Envvi.v M.ikkii.i.m. ! ? i

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

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

HOW TO GET A Iibraiyjw' Nothing 1 Read This !— -^CeTto Work ! For every TWENTY SHILLINGS in XKW Subscriptions (whether quarter^', halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for Thk iNTKHx.vrroN'Ai, 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 -ipply as from August 1. It is not made with reference to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt torms will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in weekly while receipt books must be returned at the end of each quarter for audit purposes. Write at once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Tiik Intekx.stionalSooi.vlist, the uncompromising, fighting orga...

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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

The Press Fund. £ s d Already acknowledged - 75 17 7 Per Mrs. E. Anderson (Book o3) G. Burgess Is, C. Hulthen Is, 0. Hartnntn Is, 0. Vaartle Is, Proscold Is, H. D. Is - - - - 0 6 0 Domain collection - - - 1 1'- 7 ?? Total - - - - 77 19- 2 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - - 5 0 0 Balance .... S2 11) 2 All communications to be addressed to 0. W. Jorgensen, secretary, Press Fund Com mittee, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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The Movement in Melbourne. Some Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

The Movement in Melbourne. .... .♦. . . Some Impressions. BY JHUtA B. MONTKFIOHK. Ouk Mcibourne.eomrades have certainly been keeping the red flag flying to some purpose during the last few days. Some capitalist speiker said that the red flag was only at present the size of a handkerchief, and his hearers must see to it that it did not grow to larger proportions. Tt strikes me it has outgrown the handkerchief stage in Mel bourne, for I have already seen large chunks of it at the Trades Hall, in the Gaiety Theatre, and on No. (i wharf, on the banks of the Yarra, not to speak of the dinner, commemorative of the Paris Com mune, held at headquarters on Monday, March ltlth. M- impressions of a mass meeting of Harvester strikers, which I was asked to address at the Trades Hall, was a scene of tense excitement and disciplined, determined warfare. That is the vital use of a strike; it is an object lesson to those who are still too undeveloped 'to respond to theory. These backward and muddle-...

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The Truth about the Labor Party. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

The Truth about the Labor Party. BV .7. BU/MEXTHAI.. (Continue)!.) ? Commercial crises are caused not by -un- j spots, as Jevoiis, the English bourgeois od.« noinist (of whom W. A. Holman I? a fol lower), asserts, but is due to the private ownership of the means of produi-tion. Each factory produces at its highest pitch, regardless of the fact that Supply is f..rving Demand. And when the Dt-mand - Niii ated,: factories stop producing. worknun:ire thrown out of employment, million* -un-?r the; pangs of want, while Tlu'Tisandsacniaiiy die of starvation — l-ecau~r rhey liavt? pro du'ced too much! So assort *.hr Ku:rjri-.ti?ie. Socialists say that these crises are due to uii(lcr-cun*iunj)tiuii, not -w^n-.i«.-?«---- . At anyrate, when the next crises happens along under Labor Party rule, its reform will take the .shape of not putting a stop to the cause of unemployment, but of giving the unem ployed work at painting railings, etc. ! As the park railings are being pulled down everywhere' ...

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The Rejoinder of the Revolutionary Socialists. 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney, April 2, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

The Rejoinder of the Revolutionary Socialists. (51 Goulburn-street, Svdnev, April 2, 1911. Mii. James Doolev, M.L.A.. Parliament Holism, Sydney. Dear 'Sir, — Your letter of March 2.'-, iuan ? swer to the challenge of the Lithgow Branch of the S.F.A., has been forwarded to me by Mr. Shawcross, and I hasten to reply. I note your statement that you ' abso lutely refuse to allow your name to be used to advertise Mr. Holland or any other man whom you consider is doing an injury to the cause of the worker.'' My dear sir, you will agree with me that, entertaining as your excuse undoubtedly is, and hilariously as it will be read by the men at Lithgow, it is also quite equal to a plea of GUILTY. It is not necessary to tell you that if the Lithgow Socialists had been seeking to ad vertise myself or any other member of the S F.A., they would hardly have gone to an obscure politician whose name is practically unknown beyond the confines of his elec torate, and who is rarely heard from except wh...

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Mr. Dooley replies to the Challenge. Parliament House, Sydney, March 25, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 April 1911

Mr. Dooley replies to the Challenge. Parliament House. Sydney, March 2o. l'-Ul. A. Shawckoss. Esq., sec, pro. tern., Lith gow Branch. S.F.A. Dear Sir, — I am in receipt of yours of the 24th inst., challenging me to meet Mr. Holland in debate in Lithgow. I may state at once that I absolutely refuse to allow my name to be used to advertise Mr. Holland or any other man whom I consider is doing an injury to the cause of the worker. I do not wish to l-e misunderstood, or for you to infer that I am afraid to meet Mr. Holland, as I think I may claim to be at least his equal as a speaker, and to have a tetter knowledge of the subject of Socialism. My main reason for refusing to meet Mr. Holland i? that I consider his speeches and writings tend to keep back the movement of Socialism, which cause I claim to have more at heart than Mr. Holland. People listening to his personal abuse of certain men and his misstatement of facts, either made in ignorance or wilfully saying what he knows to l-e u...

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