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The Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTUS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

I The Passing Show. } 'I-, roNIM/( TKIi I'.Y OTI'S. $i ?' The men-bant calls it prolil. M; Ami he winks the. other eye. j|| Tin1 banker calls it interest la And he heaves a cheerful sigh. W m The landlord calls it rent li As he tuck.- it in his ha-:. SB §& I'.ul the honest old liur-Jur. ||| ///? simply calls it sway:.1' mil: Arehbishop id' Sydney gave instructions jffiitl (In- elmi'cll lu-lls sliiilllfl In.: lulled I'nr one Hour d;iily until the day of (lit- King;s fune ral, iiiul this piiper sincerely prays that, im ftther King will, lm so inconsiderate as lu die BgiWe-, churoh hells have. been dispensed jj&th. gl'is'.S.W. Labor Party's putitimi, presented Hjccntly fur I ho release of (.hi: tininn pri soners, contained im reference to either May. Stakes, Kcldhaiisen, or (lonsidine. Why? '??{We ' Labor ' Government, controls this clesfinies of nil Australia, mid, 'still' Messrs. Bowl inn. Hums. Bronnan, ' Gray.' Lewis, May. Wliila^, KeUlhausen, . Hanson,' and Coiisid...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY. J| Oxi: ni^ht, I slumbered, mid inetliouglit :Fi;,- I rose, to watch tin; darkness, f Km-. ; ?feVAwl all Ilic. earth gleamed white with untight *:,-?- Hul lijjlit of Liberty. '?''' »The. (ire.-: of morning set, uhhi/.e. ij'MWitli Iliinm Unit kissed tin; hills: and sea : .4j3Ss5id living creatures waked to -gaze f|jj&Oii light of Liberty. iS-SHaiid Inanity lilleil each morning hour $P -And over all the things that, Me IjjwCheni breathed the. i ins-muss and tin* ]-o\ver m Of sacred Liberty. p$I-y Ktin and shower, till day was drad, Ssi J\V winds that raced aero*-: tin: li.'n, sjjjOii 'man and beast and Mower was .shed M The. peace of Liberty. ||''And children sang that happy day, §| And nmids. and men laughed Initd with glee ; ffiB For strife and eare had slunk uway M At sight of Liberty. M And man seemed leafless, noble, wise ; W Ilis mind and limbs at last were free : fit -'o clashing creeds or priest.*; of lies. M Can dwell with Liberty. ? B lunger hum...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Leg Irons for Wade. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Leg Irons for Wade. Look .southward, where Australia lira re your voice And turns away! 0 hrutal Hypocrite, she inake.s her choice With the risiiifr day! — Kuancis Adams. AViikn, Premier Wade hud 'become exceedingly angry on Tluirsdiiy evehing of last week — so sinsrrv thai he. could no longer control the evil lire of his slvnnhering passions and hatreds — he proceeded lo slander and libel j\Ir. Bowling and the othergood and true men who lie captive in the jails, of Capitalism as a result of some Jaws resurrected by Mr. Wade ami some other laws special ly made hy Mr. Wade to meet the- demands and safeguard the interests of Mr. Wade's masters— the Capitalists. Stung to fury hy the storm of dis approbation. Avhich burst from- the lon'gpent-up clouds of the Avorkers' just, indignation, and haying no solid defence to set up against the .charges levelled against him, and not even an extenuating circumstance to' les sen- 'the'enormity of hiscrimes against the working class, and— like all ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Receipt of ^Sqmple Copy 'of; this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Socialist ;$. ;-;.. ? Offiiial Orgon of Revolutionary Socialism in N.5.W. i^'^.Uiitlcr the control of- Joint Km-cuUvus, ' ' TnlerniUfonnl SnrinlisK H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. llwi'liniarU'i1.- : -71 I'itt Strirl. Sydney. All liiiHiiu'.ss Cdinmunii'iilidiis to lie iiddri'hsed tO tlK-'Milllll^lT. All Literary Conunuiiiciition:; to lie atl-li*ctjts«.:il to the J'Mitor. SUBSCRIPTION : AiiHlriiliii— Ik. |k.t your ; \h. per (|iiiirti'i-. New Zealand— Ss. jkt yrar ; 1's per (piarU-i1. Other Countriui — 8h pur year ; -H pi;r i|iiarter. Tlu1 'inlr.hialioiml Suchdixl trill In: xrnl Flllili OF CU'MiCli Id Srlwnl* of Arl», mi mud/lion lltnl il tx dull/ filed. , , . Obtainable from The IiiU'i'iiatiiinal Siooiali.-I (iroup. Sydney. The. Socialist Parly of Viclmia, Mclliimnii'. The SoVialisl Tarty of South Auslralia. Adelaide. Barrier SoeialiKt Group, Uroken Hi...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. ; Whilst (Jh'urlesCruinpton was feed ing- si cir cular saw at si mill sit Howniville, his left cheekbone wsis; broken. .,...,..;. Unable to find, work, denied the right of access to the means of. life, 13 human beings, preferring death to starvation, committed suicide in Berlin in onejlay. . One hundred and forty-five workers were burned to a, cinder in an explosion in the Palos mine, Alabama, on May n. At (.iympie, oh Saturdry, Robert Huddle stone was badly injured hy a fall of earth in the slopes of the Orientsil mine. His left ankle was fractured, and both legs and one hand were badly crushed. His left foot had to be amputated, but littte hope is enter tained of his recovery. lvobert Peden, who , was injured while working on the Tysor wharf,- died inSpdney .Hospital on Friday night. At Alstonville butter factory an employee while lifting a heavy weight, was fatally in jured. He died in great pain. Robert Muriel, a Sydney tram...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Socialist Literature^ Keoiumiic Argument for IixhiKtritil Uniniii^m (Vim-. St. .Ir.lml . , What Life Mi:;ms Tn N-- (.lack London) ' lndustriiil Unionism (Tom Mann) ' . AVIiiit is n'Swil) (A. M. .Simons) ' Liibur Movement in Kussiii (Svintlowski) ' Jours'.1- Boy . '' Labor .Sli!(l-:clniinnii'ri'il or Wnjii'H Hoiinlfi -( Kuoiiuniiu Foundations of Australian L'olitii'S --? Triumph Under Trust (II. W. Lee) -)- CommiTcial ^Inmlity . ? -'] Dubatc on ?Socialism (CIciiH'iirijau-JauiVK) -«' Tliu Capitalist Class (Kautsky) -(1 The. 1'rok'tariat (ICautsky) ' -d Tin; Class Stni^'lf (Kautsky)' -d ?Thi' PoVialist.' C-iiiiniiin\vi!a]t h '( Kautsky) -'d Kroiiiunii'S of Labor (II. (Juclcli) .-d Socialism anil thu Worker (F. A. Sorgc) ; -d Tin- Future of Womun. (H. ? Burrows) t ? .?' -d The following 20 Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. I'OST KIIBK. AVomi'ii iV: the. Social Problem (May Simons) I'd The Involution of the Class St.ruj.'};le ( W. Noyes) 2d Kevohitioniiry Unionism ( Ku^ene V. Debs) I'd \Vn-^i ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Propaganda .Fixtures. IWiv-Millei- (chair), ll-rkinjr, 5lcl-oiiiil«l,ll0i: .- liiml, Allen. ' . ? ? .'. ' l'.\UK^n!i-.CT-Iliirns'(uliiiir) Mr.s. 1 1 arris, Wilson' ' ? Hoi-king. -? l , - -? ; ; ? ? . ,,' Maotix 1'i.At-i:— IJolrhUis.- , (chair), .?lUdJuimid';

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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

PRESS FUND. ; : Already acknowledged - -JS .| 1 Per O. ?Jorgenscn (Book «()) — Air. Anseline . - . - 0 ?- ? 0 Per (). .lorgenscn (Book ?!)— R. Wentzel Is, Mrs. Johns 1s, ?? Brucbert 2s. H.I).- Is, Dunker ' Is, E.'Farrell 2s ' - ? ' - 0 ,S 0' Per H. E. Holland (Book M)— WrRosser- - - -' - 0 .'5. 0 : ;?? .'' ? -', ' .? , £-2H uK.r Advanced as Loans. ?; Already acknowledged - -- 0 , 6.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

VICTORIA. ?Joseph McCabc. author of the Martyr dom of Ferrer,' is lecturing in Melbourne this 'week. 'Melbourne's library promises to be one of the best. Comrade Yernon has donated ?-0 books. ? , The Socialist hints' that the Melbourne choir's conductor may set K. J. Hrady.'sj .' Unfurl the Flag' (written for our May DaSv number) to music. ' ? ' ? On Sunday K. -J. Price lectured at the Ciaiety Theatre on 'Was Jesus- a Socialist:'? Frank Hyett and Ethel Ciunn were mar ried at the Party rooms on Thursday by the Rev. Sinclaire. A Parliamentary Debating Society is be ing formed.

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"Impractical." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

'Impractical' liV THOMAS .M.U'POXAM). ' Wi: sire in1 ntopisni divmtti'i-.-i who i-.vy Im1 II'-' in,),,!! !— (iippliiu.-iO-l'ul priieliciil statesmen deal ing with 1 1 ic (|iu'sti(n;s brought hefore us from an Imperial s( a n- 1 1 xii n( . ' ' This cry has been' hurled 'so continuously against, Socialists lhal-our opponents, using Declamation for. Fact; consider the march of progress will be dammed, if only they cry ' Impractical :) with sullicieut louduess. When, then, is a working man practical or impractical, in the opinion of the present day owners ? Australia — a young country compared with the older industrial ecu tres,_ with only approximately four and a half millions of a population, and capable, with the new and improved methods of production at its dis posal of supporting with ease 100 millions — lias the problems of unemployment, child slavery, and immorality to grapple with. Miithinks I hear the murmur.of dissutil from those patriots zealous in upholding the fair name of ...

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Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

?- Committee and General Meetings. Tun following iiii-diutis will'bi- held sit 271 1'ill stn-et, Sydney, (luring the. forlhruiniiif: week :— ',. Saturday, 7 p.m.— S.F.A. Kxeculive (Ailininis-' tnitivi'' Council). ' ' ; ? ' ' '' l ' ' ' .V-1 .Monday, 7.:-0 p.m.— Club Executive. , _ - ,? Monday, K.lifl' p.m.— .joint- KxiTuliws.' ? ? -';, . .Monday, !-. I't p.m.— Group lOxucutiw. . '' :- Wednesday. S p.m.— Group, ?? a-pccinl {renural Illl'Ctillf!1.

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Revolutionary Unionism Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Revolutionary Unionism — -♦? UY KLMIKNK V. DIOIi.S. t'oiiliwwil. 1 KKSIDKST 'ROOSKVKI.T WOUlll llilVU you I,C licve that there are no classes hi the United -? States.' He was made president by the votes of the working class. Did you ever know of -his; stopping over night in the liome of a working man? Is it bv men- chiin^. 4-.li-. t. iw. is always sheltered beneath the hospitable roof of some plutocrat? Xot long ago lie made a visit here, and he gave a committee representing the workers about fifteen min utes of his precious time, just time enough to rebuke them with the intimation that or ganised labor consisted of a set of lawbreak ers, and then he gave fifteen hours to the plutocrats of Chicago, I wing wined and dined with them to prove that there are no classes in the United States, and that you. hornv handed veteran, with your. wage of a dollar and a half a day., with six children to sup port on that, are in the.same class with John' D; Rockefeller! Your misfortune is that you ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

THEi^eiGBJOplikiNSCIENCE; r[Et)ii Tni-: I \ thus at kin. \ i. .Socialist.] UY TIIK MlliUONAIItK. . ! .;:. SwdoNixi; in luxury, I loll ami I10M my sway In guunlt;d. grandeur, .satin-; my dc-irc* 1 On serf vx slave. With ribalil uiiccdoti- or prayer iHjrfimi'tory, , ,? As Mood dictates or Uireuiustiin re requires, I m gay or grave. . Sometimes in fitful (tream.s mi-thinks. I hear A little. Voice I knew Ion?;, lnn«» a'o, And used W- (Irt-iul. ItHwniH to whisper 'Shame!' and then I fear ' That though for years it has hern smothered sn— Tis not yet, dead.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Switzerland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Switzerland. A great demonstration was held in W'in lerliur, on March 2*, to protest against the reactionary conduct of the Town Council, in attempting to crush the strike which lias been going on for nearly a year, by expul sions, arrests, prohibition of picketing, and excluding persons from the railway stations. Twenty-live thousand persons from all parts of the canton were present. Grciilich urged the workers to see that at the next elections these reactionary representatives wen: ousted ''from -.their scats. After the meet ing an im mense procession marched through the streets of the town,

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

. NEW ZEALAND. The Auckland Lrndrr reports thai Scott Bennett has been holding splendidly suc cessful meetings in that city. Bob Semple (president and organiser of the X.Z. Federation of Labor) and Mrs. Semple were each presented with a gold watch' at'ii'.meeting'in the-1 Riiiianga Miners Hall on April 1ti. The presentation was made to mark the confidence of the work ing-class of both the unionist and Socialist movements in Mr. and Mrs. Semple.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Spain. The recent municipal elections in Spain resulted in the seating of-')!) Socialist candi dates chiefly in the large cities. The suc cess is all the more notable inasmuch as the franchise is exceedingly restricted in Spain and only a small percentage of the workers can vote. .Nine persons condemned for taking pan in the events of the tragic work last summer were sentenced to perpetual banishment, ami escorted to the French frontier. El Sorinlixln, the central organ of the Spanish Socialist Party, has just published a special number in honor of the twenty lifth anniversary of its foundation.' In addi tion to articles by all the leading Spanish Socialists, itcontains contributions by Gorki, Bebel, Kautsky, Rouhauovilrh, Quelcb, Bis soliiti. Manual Ujnirte and others. The lead ing article is by Pablo Iglesias, who calls to mind the first struggles to found 'a paper and a party, and passes in review the im mense progress made by Socialism since those early days — progress which is ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. I SYDNEY JOTTINGS. In spite of the rain, there was a goodly crowd at the Domain meeting on Sunday, when F. A. Harris occupied the chair. T. McDoualdspoke lucidly on the 'Materialist Conception of History,' and held his- audi- ence deeply interested for half-aii-hour,when he was followed by II . K. Holland, who spoke for an hour, his subject being : '?' If rial ley's comet could only talk.-' He re viewed the great events that were ?contem- poraneous with the various visits of the comet, and received an attentive hearing. Both speakers were warmly applauded. On Thursday evening, at the speakers' class, Comrade C-reig gave a reading from George D. Herron's pamphlet, ' From Re volution to Revolution.' The attendance was good, and an interesting discussion fol lowed. In the evening a successful meeting was held in Park-street. The speakers ' wore comrades Barrett, Cass, and McDonald. ' The propaganda meeting usually held at Martin Place was stopped by the pol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. Thk socialization of the means of production, difr tribntiou, and exchange. 2. Statement of Principles. The present form of Society rests on privateown ership of tin: land and the inacliinery (tools) o! ritviflm-t inn The owners of must- of the. land and the machin ery of production constitute what is economically known as the capitalist class. Hence the use of the term, 'The capitalist I'nrm of society.' This form of ownership divides .society in all countries into two distinct and opposing classes — the capitalist, class and the working class. Thi) work injr class produces all the wealth that sustains society, while it is held in complete econo mic and industrial subjection to the capitalist class, which lives on Ilio wealth prof I need by the working class. To enable the working class to wage, the claas war, it must, be fully conscious of the wrongs in jlicted upon the workers by tho capitalist class; and i...

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Finland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

Finland. ' Finland has unanimously refused (o consider the Musso-Finnisli Kill, declaring same to be an 'outrage upon civilisation.' .Russia is now endeavoring to persuade Eu rope that her intentions towards Finland are perfectly harmless-, and also denies that she is'endeavoring to goad the Finns into a large rising. In any case, Finland will not he deceived, and should Russia foivc war will adopt purely guerilla Unities, attacking in sinairnumbers, which is just opposite to the '.Russian diwiro. All authorities arc united in jlgvc-olngthat the Finns aro showing great ooiimge and calmness throughout this grave crisis.' — J ii---t in:. '' Ishniael' writes: That coal vend is in for a bad time at the hands of the Federal Government. It is to lw Imped that the se verity of Mr. W'siile, who lined a gentleman at fii'thgnw the enormous sum of one shilling and twopence halfpenny or- ,C-'»0 just because he locked a few www out, will not bo taken as a prciH'deni, -lusWi'e should herein pcrcd...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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The Blight of Respectability. The Toleration of Torydom. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 28 May 1910

The Blight of Respectability. — ?*? The Toleration of Torydom. HY NO. I:1.. (Ialisraitii lulls us dial respectabil ity, like, vulgarity and prudery, is an Anglo-Saxon atlriljiilc; appurlinunt . chieMy to 1,1 iu huge middlc-dass part of society. To call a decent, intelli gent man respectable is to dul- him ? genteel, and to label him so implies , that he. lias reached about Ihe lowest level of human degradation. The respectable, man is a slave to conven ? tion. and. therefore, a ' sticki'the ;' mire.' II e is fearful of being deemed a crank, so fearful that he succeeds „ in becoming a nonentily. Defiance of respectability is the beginning and , the end of Micial progress ; you can not be at once highly respective and progressive, 'Respectability js ac counted greater than originality. This is why our national, moral, .in tellectual, and artistic advance is so slow ; men and women infected by t.hu craze for respectability act as dead /weights on 1he arms of pioneers. Grundy, .Mowdler,...

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