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THE Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

} i cnNDijcTiin r.v otms. I May Day greetings to ;il! t!ic workers nf nil Australia, and all the world. From this May Day till next let our watchword every where be ' KDUCAT1O.N TOWARDS RK-j VOLITION'.' Labor-member Catts, M.H.R. (for tin: Amalgamated Hail way and Tramway! 1'iiion) has written Lo A cling- 1' render llol-j man to say. lalcr alia, that their arc large i mi i nl ii.' rs of railway workers employed by] t ? ??- Lubur Government at 7s ,ida.\ — 'which j isn't considered a iivinj: wajce mr adults:' '! Li ii» t tbousauds ol' men in tin- ? (Railway] Department, work !). .10.' and I- hours a I day; that awards arc eons.tantly broken by ? tin; Railway Department; t.iiat smart; laborers are made to perform tin1 work of mechanics, without getting mechanics' pay; that there is much discontent in the service generally; that the Labor Party's order, thai State employees must not criticise their bosses deprives the railway and tramway men of civil and pulitieal liberty; and tint dive...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAY DAY VISION. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

A MAY DAY VISION. I l'OK TlIU IXTBIIXATIONAI. .SuCIA LIST. ] BY W.R.W. BnyuM) tlie lust horizon Of plain iiiul mountain height, I saw a vision splendid — ' The land of my delight, i J saw a glowing country Whore far. and fast anil f feu, I mclc liy Kim and moon and alar With none to hinder me. A fragrant land of freedom, Of primal tliiniK of euil-.li, Where came no sound of ssuIiil*.-:.-; To mar the joyous mirth. Through odours born of wood-smoke, And waft.1: of scented 'pine, And truant breath of ripened grass I rode a track divine. Through woodlands green and leafy, And sunburnt fields- of corn, 1 heard fair youths and maiden;-: All singing in the morn. I heard them friendly talking By saving wells at noon. 1 .-:aw them gaily dancing Beneath the mystic moon. 0 radianl land of freedom So full of ancient lore. My ears shall hear her voice.-: (,'alling for evermore. 1 -ur dreaming de.-erl's :-li'i:)-in;j Kefkrl her wond'rou.-- .-kir.-. ( )ur children's teartui ?fuiies I! ring aiigi'r...

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AUSTRALIA'S MAY DAY, 1911. BY H. E. HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

AUSTRALIA'S MAY DAY, 1911. [Fon The Istbrxatiosal Socialist.] BY H. E. HOLLAND. Let the song-birds of Nature go singing .In the bushlands of Freedom to-day. Set the bells of the cities all ringing To hail the red dawning of May. Let the light of May-morning come streaming Where the blackness of Night erst held sway; For the millions are waking from dreaming And inarching from darkness to day. There's a hope in the hearts of the toilers That swells like the song of a bird — There's death to the sway of the spoilers When the workers' May-message is heard. 0 ye children of Labor, come singing Like song-birds that sing to the day; And the joy of your chorus send ringing To hail the red dawning of May.

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

Kaiji. M.\i;x was liorn at 'uvws in LSI*, lie lirst studied philosophy, and became a devoted Hegelian. Later, he entered the lield --\ political economy. In 1.S-I2 he edited the li'hcinisclic Zeiloiuj (Cclogne), which was duly suppressed by Hie Government. Marx then went to France, and was eventually expelled from that country by the French Go vernment at the request of the Prussian Government. Fronv Franco be went to Brussels, and with Engels and others founded a German Working Men's Association. Early iii I S-ltS the world-circulated Communist Manifesto was drawn up by Marx and Engels and published. On June I of the same year, along with 'EngeU. Wolff, and Freilitrrath. Marx loumlecl the, A'eueJihcnusclie Acdun-/. This was suppressed on June 19, 1S49, and the last number, printed in red ink, was' hurled in splendid defiance at the Prussian (io vernment. Expelled from Prussia, Marx went to Paris, was refused residence there, and eventually settled in England. In 18(54, as the resul...

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

The heart of the ruler is sick, and the high priest ? covers his head. For this is the song of the quick that is heard in the ears of the dead ; I The poor and the halt and the blind are keen and j mighty and fleet, _ i Like the noise of the blowing of wind is the noise j of their feet. ' The wind has the sound of a laugh in the clamor ' of days and of deeds- | The priests are scattered like chaff, and the rulers j are broken like reeds. —SWINBURNE. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. To our Contributors. (.'o.vnuiinoKS to Tin-: Intkkxatiox.m. Suciai.im- lire reminded Unit our a pair is I'xeeediiijrly limited. Therefore short urtick-s and crisp and 'nappy par Mpraplis will have the beat cliumr of sc.-iMirinj: pub lication. Writers are a.sked to note that preference will I)'1 triven to articles dealing with current industrial and political events from a Revolutionary Socialist viewpoint. Articles must not exceed 1000 words. Open Column contributions exceeding 500 words cannot be printed. Write legibly, on one side of the paper only, ami leave good space between the lines. When posting, leave ends open, ami marl; ' Press Copy Only.' A penny .stamp will then lie sufficient from any part of Australia. Address (-? 'The Editor.' No private communication must be included. . ? Every contribution must bear the writer's uume — not necessarily for publication. Contributions received later t...

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Socialist Fables. The Pious Landowner. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

H Socialist Fables. m j The Pious Landowner. BY W.U.W. A imous man once bought a large piece of land in l.he country, not far from a great Being a linn believer in the. efficacy of prayer, he prayed daily that the Lord would smite the city with small-pox or plague, so' that the people would be forced into the coun try to increase the demand for his land and so send the price up. Another man from the city happened to overhear him praying, and protested vigor ously against such cold-blooded sentiments. ' you ought to be ashamed of yourself for thus seeking to take advantage of the mis fortunes of your fellows,' he said. ' O come,' said the pious countryman, '* don't you people in the city take advan tage of us when we are driven to seek your aid. Remember the big drought, how you made money by putting the price of fodder tip against us. Didn't you pray for the drought to continue until you had unloaded all your weevilly stuff upon us at boom prices.' ' When the drought ended, some of ...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Answers to Correspondents. I.. C. l).\v Dawn, W.A.; K.A.T., New castle. — Subs, received. Thanks. .).('., Wallsend. — Next issue. .I.O.. I'nrt Pirie.— lieceived.

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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. For if hlootl hi- I hi', pricr uf nil your irrnlth, fiuwJ Owl! wn Ihuv imhlit in 'full! S. Dtixnox, sawyer, was severely gashed in the abdomen by a swinging circular saw at a box works at Bahnain. C. Hayman had his hand mutilated by a fall of coal in Mt. Pleasant Colliery, Wollongong. James Mills was crushed against the coal at Mt. Please.nt, and had his ribs broken. Peter Murphy, a clipper in Mt. Kieracoal mine, was run over by empty trucks and had his hand shattered. Norman Lance, a schoolboy, wiui run down by a motor-car at Lismore, and had his collar-bone fractured and bis skull cut. S. Rowes, miner, was severely injured in a mining accident at Ballarat. His mate, Jnlin K'#-llv win; killed Fn Hip -n.ivw- mint* a week earlier J. P. O'Dea sustained fatal injuries while endeavoring to escape from a burst of water and gas between the 1 200 feet and 1300 feet levels. Five hundreds Arabs and lot) of 'the Jin peri&l troops have been killed and wound...

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

T. Sakai. 1). Knt.-ku. K. Nithikawa. s. Iskikawii.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Jkjnterna^^ Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. 1'inl r the control of the Joint Executive.-, International Sociali^l*. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. O. W. JORGENSEN, Manager. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney Headquarter.-- : S74 Pitt-street, Sydney. All Hu-ine.-;s Communication,- to he addressed lo the Manager, O. \V. JOtttUOiYSOX, to whom money order.-; and cheques should he made payable. Jvitornry Communication.1; to he addressed lo the Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— -I.1- per year ; Is per quarter. Xew Zealand — 15s per year; Is fid per quarter. Other Counlrios 8s per year; 2.s per quarter. The I nlnnmliowil Sonalint mill In' will FRKF. OF CJfAtiO'li lo School* of ArlK, on coii'lilion llwl il i-- dnlijfiM. SOLD BY The. International .Socialist Party, .Sydney. The Socialist Party, Elizabeth-it. . Melbourne. The- Socjaliht Party, AVaketield-struel, Adelaide. The .Socialist Party, l'ort Pirie. Barrier Socialist Group, Broken Mill. The .Socialist Party, Wellington, Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Mrs. Dora B. Montefiore Will address Public Meetings in theMaitlund Coal District as undei — 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 Ik: formed dur ing Mrs. Montcliore's campaign. Intending members will please communicate with the undersigned. See handbills for further par ticulars. T. DKLANEY. Maitland-strcet, Abcrmaiu.

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Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Propaganda Fixtures. Sunday. Domain, :!.— Wilsmi (chair), Airs. Aiontefion-, llnlliin.l. Mrs. Lynch, Uutherfurd, Walsh, Bhi inciitlial. M.\i:Ki-.T-ynii:i:T. — I'lluini'iiilial (chair), Maiulun son. Uiitlii-ruird. Sladi1. ( ion.iiUisx-STiiKKT, 7.:ill.~ Kcldhiisi'ii (chair), Wil son. Nili'y, Kullmiii. Saturday. Nkwtowx lSitimii:, 7.:!0 — Wulsli, Sladc, LJIunicii r-lisil. Literature: Fiillmin. ?|i.\i.j|-Ai.v, li.:S0.— llilcy, Wilson

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Kotoku's Life and Work. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

Kotoku's Life and Work. Ilirjiilliiir;,,,/ drtrli of Kntnkit ttf,-1 now,- nf hi« 1:0111 iiuk* irim »,:,il In 'li'nvihm,' London, xhorihj hi-foiv Ihi- i:-w,tl,o,i. It „?„* nrilliw hi/ om who knew kol'oku. Dkxjiro Kotoku was born about 40 years ago in Tosa (Province Shikoku), the son of one who would now be termed a doctor. He came early under the influence of a tutor in his native town who was much advanced for his time, and who already began to question whether ' Mitsuhito ' rules by divine right, and if the story that his Imperial Japanese Majesty is the ' di rect Descendant of the Sun ' can really be given any credence. He was editor-in-chief of Japan's most popular paper, published in Tokio, the ' Yaradsu - Chohu.' Previous to the outbreak of hostilities between Japan and Russia, on account of his anti-war at titude he resigned, and with him Sakai, Nishikawa, and Ishikawa, ' As the spokesman of the anti-war party, he incurred the displeasure of the Govern- , ment. From that time ...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

South Australia. At the quarterly meeting of the party, held on Thursday evening last, the secretary's re port was of an encouraging nature, and showed that very satisfactory progress had been made by the party during the last quarter. Comrade J. Bryan was elected huureuiry in wie place 01 uui utiu whiiihui;, ; G. Madgewick. ', Good audiences are still the order of the I day at at all our propaganda meetings, ? which, notwithstanding the occasional in- j terruptions of a few of the Labor (?) Party's j dupes, the audiences evincegreat interest in. On Sunday evening last comrade Trenwith delivered a spirited address on 'The Case for Socialism.' The animated discussion which followed demonstrated the interest the audience had taken -in the address. — 1U.4.11.

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The First of the Martyrs in Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The First of the Martyrs in Japan. DKN.JIKO KOTOKU. SUGAKO KANNO. T. XU.MUKA.

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The First of the Martyrs of Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The First of the Martyrs of Japan. K. Tiikwla. U. Morichika. T. Okainolu.

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The French Strikes. And the Confederation General du Travail. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

The French Strikes. And the Confederation General du Travail. BY KttiKXK TAVKKXIKU, IX THE ' X1XETKKNTM CESTCUY.' . (CuiirliuU-tt. ) The Department of the Seine et Oise wiu troubled some years since by a violent strike. The Government, to re-establish order, found it necessary to employ armed force. The result \v;is a bloody encounter, in which several workmen lost their lives. The Con federation Generale du Travail, which hail instigated the. strike, redoubled its complaints and threats against the Government. Seeing the impossibility of taming the Confederation, the Government attempted to intimidate it. The principle leaders were imprisoned, pre paratory to being brought to trial. '.Four months passed, and their trial seemed Lo be indefinitely postponed. During this interval the Confederation re newed its threats, which were echoed by the different groups of Socialists. The Government was accused of having broken the law, and prosecuted innocent men from a partisan motif. There w...

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

LAW. I i-oind a mini lookingly jealously iuUi my garden And f asked him: ' 'Who are you?' : And lie replied: ' I am a sacred and perfect institution; No man shall meddle with me; I cannot uhide poverty and squalor. tor they ili.st.urh my dignity; In .short I am a gentleman. 1 allow men to .-tail a* much as they like, or a* much as- they can, if they call themselves bank rupts; Hut 1 imprison the man who takes a morsel of food for himself or for his statving wife and chil dren. I allow the rich to steal from the poor; hut I do not. allow the poor to steal from the rich. I hang tin- murderer but not his instigator. I ;iiuiish blasphemy ; yet 1 allow the nightly sale of women's bodies, Kngcndering their hopeless disease and age-long agony. 1 punish the unmarried woman who kills her baby ; 1 allow women to be underpaid, and to do hard labor in factories when they are approaching motherhood. 1 imprison and torture the women who are brave. enough to fight for the freedom of womanhood. I h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 29 April 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This 1-P^JEefto Work ! Foil every TWKXTY SHILLINGS in MOW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for Tjie International 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 lorms will bo 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 Tun IntkiixatioxalSouialist, the uncompromising, fighting orga...

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