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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

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Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This !-«?-- andjGet to Work ! Foil every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOl* send in for Tiik Lytkhxatioxal 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 iornis will lie 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 IsturxationalSocialist, the uncompromising, fightin...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
May Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

May Day Celebrations. The domain meeting on Sunday was one of the most successful ever held. Wilson presided, and in a few words made clear the meaning and importance of tb« workers' day. Blumenthal was the first speaker, and moved the following resolution : That this meeting of Sydney socialists and unionists send? fraternal greeting to the workers of other States and countries, and declare for the international solidarity of the working class, organised industrially and politically, as the only guarantee of the world's peace. Blanch seconded, and delivered an interesting speech, which was fre quently applauded. The following resolution was then moved by Walsh, seconded by Ruth erford, and ably supported by Mrs. Lyncn in a neat and witty speech : That this meeting further declares that the emancipation of the working class can only be the work of the working class, and that such emancipation can only be accom plished by the workers organised on revolu tionary, industrial, and polit...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. The Soldiers and the Agent. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

OH Socialist Fables. 03 The Soldiers and the Agent. 11V W.H.W. A soldiek who had been through the Boer war came to the conclusion that war was a fraud, a capitalist confidence-trick, and a trap for the ignorant worker. Having arrived at that conclusion, lie re solved to have no more of it, and after light ing the capitalist government, which tried to cheat him out of his pay when he re turned, he settled down on a small piece of land and built himself a neat little cottage. Being very industrious, he had a fine flower garden, which was regarded with envious eyes by some wealthy gentlemen neighbors. One of his rich neighbors hired an agent to go to the ex-soldier and endeavor to buy him out. The agent duly arrived at the ex-soldier's garden, and after admiring the flowers for some time, he broached the subject 'upon which he had come to speak. ''I see,' said the soldier, ' you envy me my cottage and garden, and want to buy me out. I don't want to sell, but, nevertheless, you shall ha...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Social Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

The Social Revolution. ? A By the social revolution we mean the over throw of Capitalist class rule and the doinin tion of politics and industry by the working class, which would then cease to be a class because it would' comprise all . A revolution . T-3 si.' f.lirmiwr rminrl /^f' ^ivti/i^- .... t1...j .. KlJ-1. erto ruling class is deposed, and a previously subject class becomes dominant. The tri umph of the working class would mark the last of the social revolutions, because the workers are the last class in economic sub jection. Their victory will nut only over throw the rule of the Capitalist class, but will abolish all classes, because the existence of classes presupposes one class in power and one or more classes under that power. The end of the social revolution means, there fore, the end of the class struggle, and of all the strife that grows out uf the economic ad vantage of one social division over another. The Socialists are revolutionary because the social revolution is...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

U.P.A. [{.EPHLNTS. Life of Thomas Paine (M. I). Con way) in 8 vols. Per volume, lid, posted -I'd Origin of Species (Darwin), (id, posted 8d Problems of Future (Laing) (id, posted .Sd Age of Reason (Th. Paine) (id, posted -Sd Rights of -Man (Th. Paine) (id, posted Sd Common Objections to Socialism Answered (K. H. Slithers), -til . Posted (kl Merrie England (Hlatchford), -Id, Posted (id Britain for' the I'.ritish (Hlatehford), -Id Posted Oil God and My Neighbor ( Hlatchford) -Id Posted (3d Equality (E. Hellamy) lid Posted Sd Looking Backwards (K. Hellamy) lid Posted Sd Martyrdom of Ferrer (McCabe), (id Posted 8d Not Guilty (Hlatchford) Sd Po3ted lOtl Fields, Factories, and Workshops (Kropotkin) Sd Do. posted . JOd Sorcery Shop (Hlatuhford) 8d Posted lOd Woman— -Past, Present, and Future (Bebel) Is Do. posted U :-)cl From Individualism to Collectivism (Morri sbn-Davidiion), Is :-d. Posted, Is 7d The Great V rench Kevoliition (P. kropotkin) -s .Do. posted 8s Capital (Karl Marx) Ute (id....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Socialist literature. Prepare for Action (Tmn Mann) Id What is a Scab ( A. M. Simons) Id, Economics of tin; Eight-hours Day Id .lones's Hoy ' Ul Economic. Foundations of Australian 1'olitiuc . 2d Commercial Morality L'd The Socialist Commonwealth (Isaulsky) 2d Socialism and the Worker (I*. A. Surge) 2d The : Future of Woman (II. Burrows) 2d Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (J. Council) 2d Some Objections toSociali.sm Answered (''Tat tler' ) 2d Sedition in N.S.W. — What is it V . -M Mental Dynamite ? ? id The Axe to the Root (.lame.-: Connolly) 2d Art and Socialism (Jaures) . ..?? L'd Churches it Social Progress, (Joseph McCabc) 2d Unionism, Old and Xew (Scott Hennett) 2d The P.iinphlcis in the following list contain ?!- pages each, and are the best short propaganda books that can hi; obtained at tlie price. Economic Evolution (La Fargue) Id The Growth of Socialism (Debs) Id From Revolution to Revolution (HerrunV Id Wage Labor and Capital (Marx) Id Prison Labor (Debs.) Id Wh...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

S.F.A. News & Notes. Broken Hill. 'I'iik open air meeting on Saturday night was a great success. Comrade Green, opening with a rousing speech, replied to statements made by the visiting Labor politicians. He spoke of the futility of the efforts of the Labor Party to ameliorate the conditions of the working class. Comrades Wood and Considine followed and made stirring speeches. The paper and literature sales were splen did. Our Hall was packed on Sunday night to hear Comrade Wood lecture on 'The Curse of Militarism.' Considine occupied the chair.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Renmark Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Renmark Notes. BY I'.S.S. Kenmakk special constables are out to make trouble. In a recent case against unionists, the daily press reports that 'most of the witnesses were cadets, who re cently arrived from England, or far mers from Kapunda. One of the cadets in the row was a special con stable, and when he finished giving his evidence, a defendant, Langford, ??;' said, 'Well, if Smth Australia gets many more like you God help her.' ' Corporal Pun ton, who sent his lit tle son out to scab, and who was there as the representative of the S. A. 1-si.linr nnvftvi-miemt A SK'RVn KWR HEAVY PENALTIES. The magis trate inflicted fines of £6 and £3 10s in two cases, threatening that he would send unionists to jail if they came before him again on similar 'charges. The S.A. workers ought to be proud of their Labor Government. At a local meeting of the U.L.U. it was resolved : 'That in the opinion of this meeting the Hon. J. P.Wilson is a traitor to the working-class, see ing that he has used th...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Sydney Jottings. On Saturday evening splendid meetings were held at Xewtown Bridge and Balmain. At both meetings there was an increase in the numbers who came to listen to the gospel of revolt. ; ? ,. ; '.????? . ;.? At the Domain meetina on Sundav a biir crowd rolled up to the May Day demonstra tion. In the evening splendid meetings were held atGoulburn-street and Market-street. All copies of Tkk Intkrxatiokai, Social ist were sold. Monday evening May Day w;is celebrated at the Club rooms. There was a large at tendance. Short speeches were delivered, after which dancing was indulged in until a late hour. A full report of the celebrations will appear in our next issue. Mrs. Monteiiore was called away to the country, and therefore could not speak at Sunday or Monday's meetings.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

South Australia. On Saturday night and Sunday afternoon the outdoor meetings were attended by large audiences, and the various speakers dealt spiritedly with the Referenda. All the papers and literature were sold out. On Sunday night in the Socialist Hall Comrade A. K. Wallace, delivered a mas terly address on ' Life and Death,' and during his address paid a tribute to the late Comrade Madge.wick. The address was warmly appreciated by the large audience present. On Monday night a meeting of the party was held to consider conference proposals and it was decided to forward on various resolutions to be placed on the agenda pa per.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism in Papua. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Capitalism ia Papua. A miner lately returned from Papua wrote to the papers complaining of the adminis tration of affairs in that country. He was greatly upset at the favoritism shown by the authorities to the natives as against the white employers who wanted cheap labor. In the courts, and everywhere else, the native is encouraged to think that the white fellow is justice and good-fellowshit) personified, and the miner, who wanted to get rich quick, couldn't understand why the boys once caught were not compelled to bear the white plan's yoke submissively. But the admin istration is playing a deeper game than the miners and other employers would do. The native, like the Australian native, is some what shy of working any harder for his liv ing than he can help, and as his food grows abundantly in his native bush, lie frequently bolts from civilisation and the white employ er the day after he has signed on for a year or so, taking with him all the presents he has received as peace or ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Re Capitalists' Commercial Creed. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

The Capitalists' Commercial Creed. What must we not become . . - when the great food reservoirs of North America are sufficient only f -r their own people, and Europe must turn to the newer lands of the south for her raw products and her food stuffs.'— .S\ M. Herald, In thft n.tmvo wiitjmiw f.lin pilifnr of t.llR great Sydney daily condences the Australian capitalists' commercial creed. According to this creed, America and other nations are going to reach a period in their history when their production of food and raw products will only be sufficient for their own people, and they will cease to compete with us for the markets of Europe where the people are shut out from the land, and cannot produce all they require, and are now forced to look to America and the ' newer lands of the south' ' for raw products and foodstuffs. Their commercial belief is that the Euro pean markets are naturally ours, for the people of European nations are never going to wake up and demand the right to us...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Russia. In almost all the high schools Social Democratic groups have been formed among the students. The management is in the hands of the Social- Democrats, except in the mining college and the polytechnic, where the Social Revolutionaries predominate. The students are in :t. ve.rv rnvnpfnl frn.mn of mind. The interpellations on the sub ject were discussed in the Duma on March 1 , when members of the Right made hot attacks on the Socialist students. A num ber of the most distinguished professors and other teachers have resigned, 110 alto gether, from Moscow University. The faculty of science is completely disorganized. The question of the University troubles was recently raised in tne unraa, A mem ber of the Extreme Right, Obroussov, stated that during the revolution 'girl students offered themselves by hundreds to drunken sailors, in order to get them to join the revo lution.' These, words celled forth a tre mendous tumult. The whole of the Left arose as one man in order to bring ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Silence is Golden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Silence is Golden. The Editor. International Socialist. — Sir, — Those who have road \V. Miuto's biography of Daniel Del'oe, the author of 'Robinson Crusoe,' will know how long and profitably Defoe ran his paper, the Rc ?view, 200 years ago, by the ingenious pro cess of claiming to be entirely independent of Whig* or Tories in order to avoid sus pi^um, Him u,y iuvvLi^:? ijciug in liiu aw vjwui the ruling party. From Defoe's time to our own it has been possible and profitable to buy the support of influential papers, for most people do not think for themselves but take their opinions from the daily press and the weakly parsons; and the rulers who own or control these moulders of public opinion can make themselves secure, until they feather their nests, by buying the thun der or the silence of press and pulpit. (Lest your readers might misunderstand me, let me say just here that they must not con found the pulpit with Christianity, for it is long since the majority of the parsons ceas...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Roumania. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

;*,; ? Roumania. At the elections which have just taken place, the Roumanian Socialists, for the first time, put up candidates. The comrades in Bucharest polled 200 to 300 votes. Rakovski reached the highest number — 319, against 1,000 polled by his victorious bourgeois opponent. The police did all all they could during the campaign to hinder our comrades by arresting the candidates, searching their houses, etc. Rakovski, who, it will be re membered, was some time ago declared to be an alien, and expelled, although his Rou manian citizenship was absolutely guaran teed by the British Convention, now returned , | and gave notice against himself to the Public i Prosecutor, in order to bring about a revision ) of his expulsion by the Courts. The Govern I niKiit tried to evade the awkward situation' 1 by; the untrue statement that Rakovski had not been informed of his expulsion; that it, therefore, could not legally be enforced; therefore, the Public Prosecutor refused Rakovski 's notice...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes from Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Notes from Adelaide. — «. — BV H.S.C. Mk. T. H. Smeaton, labor (?) M.P., is the latest editor of the strike-breaking fraternity to bruak out on the subject of the labor (?) government and strikes. He is reported to have *ta,ted inter alia, ' He had no sympa thy with the strikes that went on at the pre sent time. Possibly situations might occur wuen siriK.es were unavoiuaoie, out most or the strikes of to-day were taing made for purposes he did not care to think of because it led him to strange conclusions.' As all the strikes in South Australia at the present time have been endorsed by the union mor tuary, it would appear that even such a 'Lead-kindly-lighter' as Mr. Smeaton has a very poor opinion of that august body. Mr. Crawford Vaughan, labor (?) minister, has also once more emphasised the fact that our labor (?) parliament is a parliament of capitalism, as he stated on Friday last that the Government could not take sides in an industrial dispute, although they were pre pared to...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

United States. A case that bears a strong resemblance, in the criminality of its plot and the fiend ishness of its details, to the recent effort to murder Moyer, Hay wood and Pettibone. is being manufactured at Los Angeles, Gal. John McNamara, secretary of the Interim + t^*vi»,l T-i«i/lfT/i mill li'iin ' Clini/i4ii »..t 1 LiWUtl'l Ul lll^V fMIVl ll'/ii -.llil LIULUI ill .Workers' Union and others have been ar rested and charged with the destruction of the Los Angeles Times office — which event took place some months ago. As our readers will remember, it was then alleged by the Labor and Socialist press that everything pointed to suspicion that the explosion was the work --f the proprietors themselves, for the purpose of discrediting the unions. The feverish desire of the ruling class to murder the unionists is evinced by the pub lication in the Los Angeles Times of the fol lowing, while the case is still sub judin:: ' If these men are convicted and hanged, their deaths, or the death...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women's Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Women's Movement. The International Socialist Women's Con ference at Copenhagen decided that, in order to make more effectual propaganda for women's suffrage, a special day should beset apart once a year, if possible, in each country, to demonstrate for this object. The German comrades enost' ounuay. .uarcn i--, ror this ' Frauentag,' and the Austrian com rades also arranged for the same day. The Socialist women in Switzerland and Denmark followed suit, so that four countries were demonstrating at the same time with the same object. Clara Zetkin has published a special paper. Fruv.fn-wttlilrrclit, in honor of the occasion, to which many well-known comrades of Germany and Austria contri buted, while the Socialist women from many countries expressed in it their sympathy and good wishes.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 May 1911

Capitalism's Trail of Blood, j /'V if hlwxl'lw llf print nf nil. t/mir irrnllh, Omni (futl.l ,;,r l,mv JMl'rf it ill 'full! William Mahr, employed as a shunter at Bathurst. railway station, was knocked down by a train, and sustained severe in juries about the body. iiuwn btott, railway porter,- was knocked down and run over by a train while crossing the line at Kensington, Melbourne. Both his legs were cut off and he died an hour later. Alex. Adams, employed by the China Navigation Steamship Co., received severe injuries to his left leg through a heavy piece of timber falling. There were 1 1 passengers killed and o0 seriously injured through the train leaving the rails at Pennsylvania (U.S.A.). The Greek steamer Elle and the Danish steamer Alfa collided in the North Sea. Four seamen from the Alfa were drowned. Bert. Weeks, a laborer, while working on the new markets, Sydney, was injured by a brick falling on his head. Oscar Anders, while working for Miller's timber company, Perth, w...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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