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ADVICE TO WAITERS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 April 1911

ADVICE TO WAITERS, j ^ ? i .. ...... . ? „ ? ( Ik you've got a thought that's happy, Boil it flown ; Make it short ami crisp, and snappy, Boi! it ilo-vn ; When your bruin its coin hag minted, Down the page your pen has sprinted, If you want your eU'ort printed, Boil it down. Take out every surplus letter, ? Boil it down. Fewer syllables are better, Boil it down. Make your meaning plain — express it So we'll -know, not merely guess it; Then, my friend, ere you address it, Boil it down. Boil out all its extra trimmings, Boil it down. Skim it well, then skim the skimmings— Boil it down. When you're sure 'twould be a sin to Cut another sentence in two, .Send it on and we'll begin to Boil it down. — Chicago Disjmlch.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 April 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This I-^anTjCetto Work ! Fou (.'very TWENTT SHILLINGS in NKW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for Thk Intkunationai, Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books ti- 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 apply as from August 1. It is not made with reference to renewed subscriptions. Books containing 20 receipt lorius 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 Thk i.vTKKX.vriox.vLSociAi.isT, the uncompromising, righting...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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The French Strikes. And the Confederation General du Travail. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 April 1911

The French Strikes. And the Confederation General du Travail. BY' BUG EN K TAVEHNIEK, IX THE ' NINETEENTH CENTURY.' ((.'tmtiumd.) M. de Seilhac, a competent writer on so ciology, has summed up the program of the Bourses du Travail. He shows how these and the Syndicats lend eacli other a mutual support. ' The .Bourses (he says) are the strong holds in which the proletariat fortify them selves for combat and destroy the despotism of the capitalist. Without the Bourses the Syndicate could not have survived. The creation of the Confederation of Bourses by Fernand Pelloutier gave the Syndicats their strength. In a still greater measure the Bourses answer a need. The working man there finds the elements of education in the li brary, the lectures, in discussions with his fellows whose interests are the same as his own. The Bourse is for the working mail what the club is for the rich bourgeois: he there finds distraction, instruction, exam ple. In case of a strike he can there en trench him...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Socialist Fables. The Striker and the Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 April 1911

Socialist Fables.     The Striker and the Judge. BY W.R.W. A CERTAIN man who had long been robbed of the greater part of the produce of his labor, at last struck work and laid down his tools.   Under a law made by Liberals and Labor ites he was brought before judge and henvilly fined, with an alternative of some months in jail.         When the man recovered from his sur-   prise; he complained bitterly of the injus- tice of the judge's decision. "Well," said the judge, "you can go to     the Appeal Court." "But your uncle sits there," urged the striker. "Then you can go to the Supreme Court," said the judge, somewhat testily. "But the Justice is your brother," per-   sisted the man. "Well, you can go to the High Court," fumed his Honor. "But your daughter is married to the Chief Justice," objected the other.   "Oh! go to the dev...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Second Craft Union Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 April 1911

The Second Craft Union Meeting. BY DANDELION. FIRST SOCIALIST: Sir, I rise to move this motion — " That the workers of the world Should invite our masters' foemen to em bark In their warships on the ocean, With their battle-flags unfurl'd, And invade our blessed countries in the dark." P.L.L. JINGO: Well of all the stupid notions It has been my lot to hear The proposal just propounded caps the lot. We'd be mad to pass such motions With our enemies so near — 1st Soc. : Yes, they're near enough; in fact they're on the spot! All the working world is weary Of our masters' cry, " Prepare !" We are worn and tired of waiting for the "foe," And our lives are made more dreary By the jingoistic scare Of the buccaneers who landed long ago. For the profit of these devils We are making shot and shell ; We are building ships of murder by the score ; And the " Christian " parson* revels     In those implements of Hell And, like Handy Andy Fisher, wants some More! &amp...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The Press Fund. Amount* donated to this Fnud are devoted solely to li(|uidalin^ tin.* deht mi the Printing Plant imiI to prndilir Tin: I.\ti:i:\.vtioxu..Sik-i.w.ist. £ s d Already acknowledged - - 7U 3 2 International Socialist Lieder Lafel ? i'10 U Sale of gift, donated by Com. Schwartz ? 1 1U 0 ? Dufliekl - - ? - - - 0 2 0 Corbett - - - - ' -,'O 'li p' Per 0. Jorgensen (Book o) — ' ','?'' Duniiner- ? - -0- !? 0- Pcr Mrs. E. Anderson (Book »-2) H.I). Is, Hewison Is - ?.',-,;? U 2 0' .?-; Total - ' - .'- . -^SSMO- 2 .'?'- . , ,. , ' Advanced as 'Loans. ? ' ? ,V . , '.: Already acknowledged - - o 0 :(i ? Balance- ?,'- ' - ''. - S{J_',1O il All communications to be addressed to 0, \V. Jorgensen, secretary, Press ,Fund Com,-' \ millets, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney. ' ? '-'

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Party Premises Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Party Premises Fund. ? ? ? £ ,d Previously acknowledged - - - ?'- ' -i T. Hammond - - - 0 ? 2 li £o « li

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"The Great French Revolution," [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

' The Great French Revolution,' Bv Peter Kronotkin. A j_'ivat book that shows the working-class side of a snvatepodi-nmrkiiift event in the world's history. Prico, 7s; posted, Ss. Order from the International .Socialist Literature Department.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

.Secretary, Coal Liunpttrs' Union, Paris. .Sentenced to death in connection with the French railway' strike. Brisind, terrorised by the sweeping agita tion of the Socialists and Unionists-:, first reduced Durand'.s sentence to seven years' penal -ervitude, and finally released him unconditionally. Federal Labor-member Howe has been making some strictures on the Federal Government. Says that the Ministers are dominated by the Johnnies at the head of the departments. Mr. Hughes angrily denies that this is so. But it will take a lot to convince the sweated postal workers that Josiah Thomas isn't bossed by Public Service Commissioner McLachlan. JULES DURANl).

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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The Graveyard of Unionism. Adelaide Trades and Labor Council and Organisad Scabbery. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The Graveyard of Unionism. Adelaide Trades and Labor Council and Organisad Scabbery. I»Y AX INIHJSTIMAUST. j RiicicNTi-v the Union Mortuary resolved to j notify the A.S.1C. that if it did not call out j its members who were doing scab work at Gawler, the Council would declare the A.S.E. a scab concern. At the Council's last meetii g a letter was received stating that the A.S.E. had decided that its mem bers were to continue doing scab work at Gawler; whereupon Socialist Harry Clarke, of the U.L.U., moved — ''That the affilia tion of the A.SlE. be cancelled, that the Society be declared black, and that the Council request the Labor Councils of each State to., pass' similar resolutions.' The seconder was W. L. Tootell. The A.S.E. delegate (E. G. Murphy) promised to bring evidence to show thatClarke's statements were not true. (He didn't deny that the members of his union were working in scab shops.) The chairman endeavored to side-track things by ruling that Clarke must give no tice o...

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The First of May. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The First of May. TUANSI-ATKI- KKOM TIIK liKHMA.V. Who was it that ordained that the first of May should be a World Holiday? Was it a sage founder of a new religion, was it the church . or a mighty prince? No ! No sage, none of the mighty, no old power has or dained it. It was the International Social Democracy which ordained it. 1 lie rsew World is the birthplace of the great thought, and the Old World gave it flesh and blood. In 18BK, the American Congress of Labor at Baltimore declared : 'The foremost and greatest demand of the present, in order to free Labor of this country from capitalist slavery, is the introduction of a law to make eight hours the normal work-day in all the States of the Union of America. We are resolved to use all in our power to reach this glorious result.' In the year after, the Congjjess of the In ternational Workers' Association held at Geneva (1867) declared: 'We consider the reduction of the working hours a funda mental condition, without. which all fu...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Call to the Women To Organise Industrially. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

A Call to the Women To Organise Industrially. BY DORA. B. MOXTKKIOKK. I have been told by my comrade, H. E. Holland, editor of The Inter national Socialist, that a Women's Propaganda League has been formed at Renmark, with the view of inter preting for women employed in in dustry the conditions that prevail tor workers all over the world under the existing system of capitalistic pro duction. He also asked me (as a Socialist comrade, who for some years has looked upon it as a privi lege to be able to offer cur Socialist interpretation to other women), to write a message to the organised women of Renmark, and point out how they can help in the great in dustrial struggle that is being waged all round the world. Now, I want to begin this message with a call to thought and action : Tlnse who live by selling their labor power to capitalists must become class-conscious of the fact that they are the rightful owners as well as the real producers of the wealth created. What does this mean ? T...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Education towards Revolution." The Message of May Day. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

' Education towards Revolution.' The Message of May Day. 15V DOHA U. MOXTKKIOKK. Ki:voM;rii).VAUY thought is moving just now, not merely at railway, but at cablegram speed, as witness the fact that the pronounce ments of the British Social Democratic Party, at the Waster Conference at Conventry, are considered of sufficient importance to be cabled round the world, and produced in the columns of tlie conservative Sydney Morniny Herald. 1 had the privilege last Easter of being a delegate at the annual conference of the S.D. P., held then in the Public Hall, Barking Road, East Ham, the very centre of East End industrial exploita tion, and the vortex of chronic unemploy ment; and there, as now, the question arose, ' What should be our attitude, as Revolutionary Socialists, towards the Labor Party.1' There could be then, and there is evidently now, but one answer to the ques tion . As long as the British Labor Party is the panderer to and hireling of the Liberal Party; a,s long as it is ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Fkudixam) AuiiitT JJEisiii. was born on February '22, I.S-10, near C'.ho^ik!, and was educated as a tumor. His lir.st public activity was in support or.Soiiiillz-Dolitzsoh's co-operative movement. Under the influence of Liebkneeht, lie became a Socialist in l.S(i(i. He joined the International, and took a prominent part in bringing to gether the followers of Marx and LassaUo, thus helping to make the SocialDemo cratic Party. He was elected president of the union of German Working Men's As sociations in 1867. In the same year he was returned to the North German Diet by a Saxon constituency, and has remained in the German Imperial Parliament, with brief exceptions, ever since. He was imprisoned in I860 on a charge of disseminating doctrines dangerous to the State; in 1870,,. he. was: again imprisoned on a chargc.of; high treason, and in 1872, on a similar charge, he was sentenced to two years' im prisonment; two later additions of nine months each being added to this last sen tence. A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

L'ioiiwred tlie Socialist press in Australia, founding the Siii-iitlinl in Sydney in IS!M. In [Silii, was sent to Darlinglun-Ht Jail' for three months by Judge Docker, for a new.-paper .article arising out of a Newcastle coal strike. 1 n I'JOJ. organised the great strike of Sydney tailoresses. Arrested at Broken Hill, February, I'M), as the result of a speech in connection with the strike ; tried at Albury in May of the same year, on a charge of sedition and making w eked attacks on the Government, and sentenced by .fudge lMng_ to two years' hard labor, serving live months in Albury Jail. General sec retary of the S. F.A. since its inception. Present editor of Tins International f-'oduli«l. 1-1. E. HOLLAND.

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The Relentless Hand of Death. George Madgewick, Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The Relentless Hand of Death. George Madgewick, Adelaide. RY H. S. CLAltKE. On Monday last the Adelaide Branch suf fered a distinct loss through the death of our late esteemed secretary, comrade George Madgewick, who succumbed .sud denly to heart disease while attending a picnic held by the party at the Grange. Although our late comrade had been in in different health for some time, his sudden end came as a shock to all his comrades and friends. George Madgewick w;is a native of Swindon. England, and was for many years an active member of the So cialist, Party in England. About eleven years ago lie arrived in New Zealand. ,md for some seven years was associated with the movement there. He then journeyed to Victoria, and became a member of the S.K.A. and the T.W.W.' Club in Mel bourne. About two and a half years ajro he came to Adelaide, and fur the last two year.-- worthily lillod the positi'm of secre tary of the local branch of the S.F.A.. a position he vacated at the quarterly me...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Horn ut Kulesliill. Warwickshire. Kn^r. . April 15, 1S5G— tlie son of ;i colliery clerk. At nine years of. uge worked in will minus, -IniL';;inf: on his hands anil knees heavy trollies through low, dark' pas- sages. Eventually served mi apprenticeship as a machinist, and became an engineer. Like many Australian Socialists, Tom Mann was iirstaGeorge ite. He joined the British Social-Democratic Fed eration. In 18SS he was elected president 'of the Dockers' Uni'ii, and, alonjrwith H. H. Champion, Hen Tillett. and others, took a leading part in the great Dockers' Strike, towards which the Austra lian workers contributed many thousands of pounds. Some years ago Tom Mann came to Aus tralia, settling down in Melbourne, where lie was instrumental in forming the Socialist Party of Vic toria. The call for the 'Unity Conference, which resulted in the formation of theS. F.A. in 1!IO7, -vas issued by him. In 1!)OS he was invited by the Hrnkuii Hill unionist.- to organise that centre, and in Janu...

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J. Lee. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

J. Lee. Tjik Sydney Branch lias also sulTored a severe loss in the death of comrade J. I.ee, one of the oldest Socialists in Australia. He was one of the quiet, hard workers, whose- labor for Socialism is her culean. Death resulted from pneumonia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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May Day, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

May Day, 1911. BY H. K. HOLLAND. \ The May Day sun of 191 1 rises with j wealth of greater promise -for those j whose eyes are turned towards the light of Human Freedom and whose feet tend thitherward, than the sun of any preceding May Day. One by one the foretellings and pronounce ments of the Revolutionary bociahsts are being verified, and the rule of the bourgeois, the professional, the pure and simple politician stands more fully exposed. Despite all the ??warnings of Scientific Socialism, the Australian workers have per-! sisted in pinning their faith to aj middle-class political party which — ? like all the other parties of the mas- ; tor-class, and differing from them only in varying degree — stands for ? parleying with the robber section of; the community, bangs its big politi- : cal drums for Arbitration Courts con trolled by members of the capitalist \ class, proclaims tha1. it will disturb no ' vested interest in land or capital, and ; intimates to the workers that if the...

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Herbert Flood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Herbert Flood. Mui.JJouiiNt: Branch reports the death of comrade Herbert Flood — youngest son of Mrs. A. Flood, of Bristol, Eng.. whose efforts on behalf of the editor of this paper when incarcerated in Albury Jail are still fresh in the n.inds of Australian Social ists. Herbert Flood, who was little more than a lad, fell a victim to the great white plague.

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