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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Answers to Correspondents. Chas. F.M., (iilgandra. — Subs, received. Book sent. You are doing splendid work. Thanks. Davies. Adelaide; Shawcross, Lithgow; Spillnian, Renmark. — Money received. Thanks. T.D.. Abermain. — Received. Letter in reply. A.W.R., Wentworth; M.J.C., Boggabri; D.O.S., Fitzroy.— .Received. Thanks.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Track of a Socialist Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

On the Track of a Socialist Paper. An Italian Socialist in Sydney has received a communication from Italy to the effect that the Australian (La bor) Government has decided to pro hibit the entrance of the Italian So cialist paper V Isino into Australia. It has been notified that copies of \j Am 1.0 addressed to Australian sub scribers will be returned trom all Aus tralian ports of landing. IJ Asino is a vigorous anti clerical journal, and Mr. Josiah Thomas's act in suppressing it has evidently been done at the instance of the R.C. Church authorities here acting under instructions from Rome. That an alleged Labor Government should refuse to permit a working class paper to come into Australia because some church objects is surely sufficient to call forth the contempt of the mildest Labor supporter in working class lauks. A nyhow, the incident serve? to demonstrate once more to Socialists in other countries where our alleged Labor G overnment stands, and whose servant it is. Needless t...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Party Premises Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Party Premises Fund. ? — — y — ? . . . Previously acknowledged - - . ? 4 |«, l« Friend 2s, H. 2d, A. Anderson :2s, .J.C.U. -'a (m, J. Carrol, Is, (iaumn Is - i.i in ii ? , £o 4 0

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Beeby and the Balmain Miners. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Mr. Beeby and the Balmain Miners. Editor, Thk International Socialist, — Mr. Beeby having given it as his decision 'that because the Balmain miners are not specifically mentioned in the industrial Disputes Act schedule, the Sydney Harbors Colliery Company, Ltd.; cannot be prose cuted lor locking them but, Ins conclusion ] will be regarded as somewhat remarkable when it is remembered thjit the Cai'coar miners ai;e, not specifically mentioned either, and that. Mr. Beeby himself &till prosecuted theni^inct'liad them heavily 'fined for' going on strike. Prior to meeting 'the employers' representatives, Mr. Beeby was quite con fident that the action of the proprietors amounted to a lockout. How he determines that we are not in the schedule, it is hard to conceive. The schedule includes : 'South- ern collieries — coal miners, engine drivers, wheelers, surface hands, and other persons employed in andaboutcoal mines.' When the Tllawarra Collieries Board was appoint ed, we were recog...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

The Press Fund. ., ' £ s d ; Already acknowledged - 77 111 2 Per Mrs. E. Anderson (Book 58)' Anderson 2s b'd, C.llultheu Is, A. Crawford Is 6d, J. W. Kerr' lis, A. Graliame;ls; ; H.D.' Is, Brissniiinh 2=, ; Dumoiit Is -: - - U 11 0 Total; - ?'-?? - '- 7810 2 ' Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - - ' .r- 0 0 : Balance - - - . 83 1U 2 All communications to be addressed to O. 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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Broken Hill News. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Broken Hill News. RY E. V. COGAN; Thk Socialists of Broken Hill have once more suprised the enemies of Socialism by launching out into large' premises and hold ing Sunday evening lectures and open air meetings. The opening of the new hall eventuated last Sunday, when the visiting Socialists. ?Green, Rancic, Flanagan, and Considine, addressed the large crowd assembled. Com rade Green, in a short address, touched on the internationally of the movement, and severely condemned the Labor Party'.-: Militarism. Comrade Rancic followed with a few inspiring words, followed by our old Broken Hill comrade, Jack Flanagan, who, in an amusing style, related his expi-.rienc.es in the free speech fight at Los Angeles, in conclusion reminding the audience that this was a very appropriate subject, as all Social ists will test the inside of the walls of capi talist .injustice sooner or later. Comrade Considine touched upon the utterances of Laborites on the Barrier in their bogey cry in supporting the...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

May Day. Special Demonstration Sydney Domain, Sunday, April 30. An Array of Speakers (including Mrs. Monteriure and Mrs. Lynch). May Day. I.S.C. Hall, Monday, May 1, at 8. SPECIAL ADDRESSES BY Mrs. Dora B. Montefiore and Mrs, Lena Lynch. Concert and Social Program. Liedertafel will render items. Members and friends specially invited. Mrs. Dora B. Montefiore Will address a Public Meeting, under the auspices of the Lithgow Branch, S.P.A., at Lithgow, Friday, April 21. See local announcements for details. ? A^ SHAAVCROSS, Secretary. Mrs. Dora B. Montefiore Will address Public Meetings in the Maitlaud Coal District as under — . . . Cessnock, Saturday, May 6, at 7.30 Kurri, Sunday, May 7, at 3. Weston, Sunday, May 7, at 7.30. A Branch of the S.F.A. will be formed dur ing Mrs. Montefiore's campaign. Intending members will please communicate with the undersigned. See handbills for further par ticulars. „ ., T. DELANEY. Maitland-street, Abermain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN POPPY FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

IN POPPY FIELDS. 1 1 urn-: tin; poppy hosts assemble: How they startle, how they tremble! All their royal hoods impiniietl 'Blow out lightly in the wind. Men that in the cities tfiiml, (\-iue before the heart is blind. Here is -j;old to labor for; More in pillage worth a war! — Edwi.v .'Uakkiia.m.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper j is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. To our Contributors. Contriuutokm to The Intehs.vtioxai. Sixi.v.i-r are ruiuiiulcd that our space is exceedingly limited. Tlidefore short articles and crisp und snappy par agraphs will have the best chance of securing pub lication. Writers are asked to note thatpreference will be given to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from a Revolutionary .Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding .100 words cannot be printed. Write legibly, on one side of the paper only, and leave good space l-et\veen the lines. When posting, leave ends open, and mark '? Press Copy Only.' A penny stamp will then be sufficient from any part of Australia. Address to 'The Editor.' No private communication must be included. Every contribution must bear the writer's name — not necessarily for publication. Contributions received later than Wednesday can...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Jkjnten^ Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. I'm I r tin- miitrnl ;if tin- Joint Kxeeiilivcs. Intel-national Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. O. W. JORGENSEN, Manager. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney Iliadqii till i-, J7-J 1'ilL Mud, ^iIih \ Ml Bimiu--, Coinniiinit ition- to U ,uldii-Hil to tin M.myu, O \\ IORC-iENsON, to whon iiiuiKj -mlu- ami cheques, should be Hindu payable Litt i.oi Coinniuinuitioii', to be addie^-ul to the Mitoi SUBSCRIPTION : \lKi.llu— N |)ci jc.ll , l» pui quaitu Aiw Zealand— d- pel jun , Ihdil pu qu.iilu Utliu (. oiuiti it - }y. pei jear, 2-3 pei -|U.ulu Jin Iiiltiiiiilioniil bwnthil mil hi v nl I' lib/] OJ- Cll \/{(jL Io Silumh nl i,it, on umdilum Hint il /?- dull/ tdi d SOLD BY Tin Inteiniitiini.il ^otuihat P.utj, Sidney Tin Njiuliht l-iul-, Eh/abUh- t , Melbourne Tin Sju.dntP.nLj, Wulveheld-stitel, Vdil.iuk. Hit . !5oujh»t -]*-ii ty, Pint Pine Jl.ni in boualibt C-rroup, Bioken Jliil TIil SoualHt Puitj, Wellington, Vew Zealand. Tbe So...

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Maitland District. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Maitland District. Tnio coming visit of Mrs. Montcliorc is be ing eagerly looked forward to, and arrange incuts are well in hand for meetings at Cess nock. Kurri, and Weston, on Saturday and Sunday, May o' ami 7. It is generally deplored here that the Syd ney I.W.W. club should have fallen into the hands of the Labor Party clement in the way it hiis done. The Lithgow business has done much for the genuine movement here. There was a notice of motion before the. C.E.K. that a ballot be taken to decide whether the northern miners should not sever their connection with the P.L. L. When it came before the Abennain lodge. Mollroy and Delaney led the light, and the motion was carried by the lodge. Several other lodges have also carried it. There is a demand here for copies of The Intkh.nationai. Socialist, with the open letter to Judge Heydon.

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Socialist Fables. The Lady and Her Parrot. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Socialist Fables. H The Lady and Her Parrot. BY W.lt.W. A CKUTAIN lady once had a parrot which she kept in a nice ornamental cage. She was a prominent worker .in the. labor cause, and claimed to be a Socialist, though she couldn't conscientiously advocate Social ism because she said the people warn not (it for it. After saying this to a neighbor, she felt quite pleased with herself, and .struck up the old ditty beginning thus: ' Mother, may 1 go out to swim?' ' Yes, my darling daughter'. Hang your clothes on a gooseberry bush, But don't go near Mie water.' Singing this, she went out to give the cocka too a bit of sugar corn, but the ? bird looked at her with disgust in his eve, and1 refused to take the sweets. The lady called him by bis pet name . 'Pretty cocky '; but he wouldn't respond, and drooped his wings and pined, while she became more and more alarmed, and ex hausted her stock of endearing phrases. She grew quite tearful, and laying her head against the cage she said pitying...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

A comrade a Roekhampton snya that it'- possible a branch of the S.F.A. will be. i formed there shortly,

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S.F.A. Rules and Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

S.F.A. Rules and Constitution. 1. Till-: name of the organisation shall be the Socialist. Federation of Australasia 'J. The Federation shall be composed of Mich .Socialist bodies in Australasia and S'ew Zealand as accept the object-1, statement of principles, and policy of the Federation, and pay a capitation of sixpence per annum. :!. Headquarters of the Federation shall be such place as the annual conference may fix upon. 4. The olticers, of the Federation shall consist of general secretary, treneru' treasurer, and two audi tors, all of wlioir shall be elected at the annual con ference. ?'-. The National Executive, shall consist of the general secretary, general treasurer, and two re presentatives appointed by each alliliated organisa tion upon j he termination of the annual conference, and such representatives shall sit, unless, they re sign or are re-called, until the subsequent annual conference. The members of the National Execu tive shall report regularly to their organisatio...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Administrative Council. At last meeting, the following resolution was carried re the Sydney I.W.W. Club secretary's letter to the press in favor of Labor member Dooley and against the challenge of the Lithgow Socialists: ' That whs meeting oi me Administrative Council of the Socialist Federation of Australasia deeply regrets that the T.W.W. Club should have permitted its name to be used to pro mulgate discreditable falsehoods concerning the Socialist Federation of Australasia and its accredited representatives, apparently in the interests of strike-breaking politicians.' We are compelled to hold over detailed report of Council's business till next issue. A iiidii working tit .stone-breaking on the sea wall !it Bondi earned 12s (id a day on piece work. The Government put liim on the same work at .H.s;i day then 'tired' him along with others, aliening tliiu they were 'too old.' When this man and liislVI- ? low-sufferers waited on Mr. F. Brenmin (who now '? engages all men to be employ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Committee and General Meetings. ; inn lollowing meetings will be held at 274 Pitt reet, Sydney, during the forthcoming week :— Thursday, 7— S.F.A. A iniinistrative Council. ' -Monday, 7.150 p.m.— Club Executive. Monday, S.fiO p.m.— Joint Executives. Monday. IJ.lfi p.m.— Party Executive.

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Mr. Holman's Feet go Cold Again! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Mr. Holman s Feet go Cold Again ! N.S. \V. Laboh Pakty wrangled in caucus the whole of one day last week over Carniichael's effort to boss the : show and various other matters, one of which was the case of the Lithgow and Car coal- strikers who were recently fined. It was rieciciea— largely as the outcome of the exposures made by the International Social ists, followed up by the Broken Hill A.M. A. resolution — to extend the time for payment of the tines for three months, and at the end of that time (when Mr. McGowen will probably be back from the coronation) to alter the In dustrial Disputes Act, and then remit such fines as have not been paid in the meantime. It was fully recognised that to enforce tin fines would only add to the Hood of resent ment which threatened to overwhelm the Government as a result of the prosecutions. , There is thus an additional reason why no j lines should uuw be paid. We pointed out that a determined stand on the part of the ! men lined would make Mr. ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farewell to A. Crawford. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Farewell to A. Crawford. Aitek a stay of some weeks in Sydney, dur which time he did splendid work for Social ism, A. Crawford, of the S. African Socialist Party, and editor of the Voice of Labor, Johannesburg, sailed for Vancouver, via .Brisbane, on Monday. At Friday night's social an interval wms called for the purpose of saying good-bye. !j 1 lie Uul) secretary, K. W. Harris, presided, '! and the Party secretary, J. R. Wilson. I briefly expressed the Sydney Socialists' ap ?i preciation of comrade Crawford's work while ;|i here, and wished him boa voynye, Crawford ':'! neatly and briefly responding. f.' On Saturday night, at the historic Caprera |ti Wine Cafe, a number of Socialists met to :'; honor our world-roving friend. There were ',{ about VI nationalities represented in the jj little gathering. H*. E. Holland presided, :j and J. R. Wilson proposed the toast of |: '' Revolutionary Socialism, coupled with the ; jiaine of comrade Crawford.' This was supported by Feldhusen and S...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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The Truth about the Labor Party. The "Socialist" Objective. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

The Truth about the labor Party. BY .1. BLUMENTHAI.. The 'Socialist' Objective. The Labor Party has asserted that it is a ' Socialistic party.' We, the Revolution ary Socialists, emphatically give this a de nial. To be a Socialist Party in any sense of the word, a party must subscribe to the fundamental principles of Scientific .So cialism. The Socialist objective reads thus: — 'The securing of the full results of their industry to all producers by the socialisation of the means of production, distribution, and ex change.' Socialism aims at the abolition of the pre sent capitalist system: To abolish private ownership of wealth production and substi tute collective ownership- The present sys tem is kept alive by producing for profit. Profit represents the unpaid wages of labor. As wealth cannot be increased by ex change, the possessing class must obtain their profits from somewhere. They ob tain their profits — from the laborers, who are placed in a position of economic depen dence. ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 April 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. fr'ov if hlwnl he tin' prim of all your nraltli, (ji)ini God.' ice have- paid it in full! At the Mt. Copeland mine, Gloucester, T. Minness had his arm broken and sustained other injuries through being crushed between two trucks. Charles Mclntyre had one leg cut off and was injured internally by a train at Bungen dore. A. Goodram, boundary-rider, was found dead on a station near Clermont, Q., where he was employed. In India, when things are normal, 10,000 people die from plague each week. Plague is the product of the poverty and dirt of Capitalism. W. Donovan, laborer, fell 30 felt from a Brickfield Hill (Sydney) building, and was seriously injured. William Arthur, trucker, was crushed be tween trucks at the tailing dumps at the Proprietary mine, Broken Hill. Thus. Dillon, carter, had his foot crushed at Darling Harbor railway station, through a case of iron falling on him. John Bibby, horsebreaker, mid his leg fractured at Botany while breaking a horse f...

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