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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

(). W. Jorgenson has received a letter from C. Feldhausen, who is at present in Balh urst Jail'. The subslanco'of the communica tion. will appear in our next issue. , Received from Mr. W. Lay ley, Saudl'ord, Vic; ''Practical Methodsiu Insure Success.' by'H.' 13. Butler, ifi'id'- 'The 'Toiler and. his Food,' by Sir William Earnshaw Coopei — pamphlets welb worth- reading, by' Socialists. ' The Wharf Laborers' Union has gut rid of the,, black leg. element .so 'far, as the Wages , Hoard, 'is concerned /,- but only .on condition that'. tlie Union doesn'.task for '/preference.' So',, while the blacklegs gnj.off the Hoard, it's quite] possible 'that' they-n'i'ay .'re-appear on thewharves under Mr. 'Hughes' now, a rrangc- inient, ? ./,?„ ? ,l\.\^\'.r I'. ,.. . Said JSarrie.r Truth of -the Labor Party: 'The support^of Hie, principle of a'; fair and reasonable wage for- 'all classes -of labor has been one of the party's chief ?aims'.' Said Karl Marx: 'instead of, the .eoii-icmiltrc motto: ' A...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

International Notes. Oxk million, six hundred thousands workers are affected by a general building trades lockout in Oerniany. Tramway employees at Philadelphia have accepted the employers terms,-, says the daily press. JFso, one, more disaster goes to the credit oF sectional unionism; ('?ii\if*ilidn iriioc M «ict ~ I? ij tf - in iMiiito \ill|/M1ll ?-!?? ^ ti'^- * ?ttK'-'x. t i»i'ir ill d Y^ 1 1 1 1 1(L have resulted 'from' the 'VbYneriiig ''of the rice supply. ? '''''' Private railway companies in Canada are raising 'freights' all rouifd,.:aCnd the union employees of the companies are demanding increases of wa'ges all round. The French elections' results so far show the return of :\H' Socialists, 1*-4 ' Radical Socialists,'' oT' Republicans, 4:? Progressives, ;'-;?{ Conservatives, 12 Nationalists. 1 , At the Miners; ; Congress (Paris) new statutes wero.: adopted. , The most important event of the Congress was the entrance of so-called; Hrontehoux Syndicate and that of the Loire' Mi...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUGENE V. DEBS. Reply to Australia's Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

EUGENE V. DEBS. Reply to Australia's Invitation. Tiikokouk Dkhs writes from Torre Haute, Ind.f U.S.A., under date March 14, l!)10, to the (icucral Secretary, S.F.A.: — 'Dear Comrade, — Your very kind favor of Jiinuarv 22nd, addressed to my brother. Eugene V. Debs, has just been received; but as he is away on an extended speaking tour that will keep him on the high road for Fome weeks to come, I beg to make acknow ledgement oF your letter, and in his name to thank you, and through you our Australian comrades, for the kindness of their invita tion to visit Australia. This would indeed be a rare privilege For Comrade Debs if cjr ciunstances permitted, but be is so engaged at present that this is not possible just at this time. On March 1st he (inished a lec ture tour covering aj period oF six weeks, speaking daily, and Saturday last he began a. similar trip. He is hooked Far into the summer, and with his writing, a heavy Correspondence, and the hundreds of duties that come to him almos...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

Sydney. On the evening of Saturday, 2ord., Com rades Walsh. Slade and Wilson journeyed to Newtown Bridge, and held a most suc cessful meeting, at thecloseufwhich Com rade Walsh ably answered a number of i|ui;.'?lm.'m.t. On Sunday the usual Domain propaganda meeting was held. The speakers were McDonald (chair), Walsh. Wilson, and Holland. fn the evening a most successful meeting was held in Park-street. The speakers were Slade, Wilson and Cass. Scott Bennett lectured in the Town Hall, Newtown, on Monday evening ; and on Tuesday evening was tendered a farewell function and presentation at the Club rooms, a report of which will be furnished in our next issue. The literature sales for the week are fairly good. Particularly the sale of pamphlets. May Day demonstration, Sydney Domain this Sunday; also to advocate release of Union prisoners. Scott Bennett arrived in Sydney on Fri day from Melbourne. He left for New Zea land by Wednesday's steamer. A large number of Sydney Socialists gave h...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

South Australia. ;l;- The State elections have passed, and upon |reHei-tion what are the lessons to he gleaned 'therefrom? The first is that the individual politician is a thing of the past. This is a day of parties, and the voting showed this h.v the solid hlock vote that was cast in favor of the re spective parties, the independent candidate not standing the least possihle chance. Then again, it shows that the worker is' heginng to heconie restless, and although he may now only he turning over in his sleep, he is likely to awaken; and the capital istic press is beginning tu see it. The worker here wants (he Wages Hoard, and, like, the hoy in the soap picture, he won't he satislied till he gets it. During the last session of Parliament the Legislatiyo.Council (our - House, '.of , ;L'urds) threw out sixteen of these* Bi-ards:, tlie con sequence heing that the people sent hack a mandate to this hody in the form of electing three ' Labor' men whtT'are in favor of Wages Boards'. This w...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

Socialist Workers' May Day Soliloquy j On Proposed Joining Labor Party. in* Koiticirr iiixiii. Tn .uiiN, nV nut ti) jhiiiz-tliiir-i.' tin- i|iu-.-(iiiii : '^ WlielliL-r is- it wi^'r imw t' tiilerate The sneer.- ami jeers nf a clicjui- ciiniipl. Ortu take m-tinn 'gaink flint liaiul nf lileeiter. Anil Iiy expusing eml them V Tn inei-l, — tn jn'm i X' nini-e : ami, hy mh-Ii miimi tlin.-- In leave Ilu J i-i)lir.-e . ,? f| Our uiimpu- pi lint.-., tn Iretiil the patlTof tlinw fl Wlm, (liriuigli their jriveil t,( pelf, ami plaiv. .uii3 1'1'WIT, . ,' . | Have swerved agle.v ami left the narrow way. J Tlu-ir honor -zoih- :iml e/en Iiy M-lf ilespis-eil ' 1 This give.- us piiu-c: there's the respect | That hcai- ntir heifer iiiiinhnml militant 1 llnw jnin with thn.-c wlm Iliink they ilo ennii'h 1 \Micn ul a tliiiii-aml wiiiiigx llu-.y ea'.-e but one 1 il he while the hnnlen gnuvs of thn.-e untiiuchcl ' Iluw can we live mi lies ami thrive mi lainlun ? (On tiimis .-imp a.- liki-lv wmilil we fatt...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

ELECTION FUND. Previously acknowledged - - L'o IV d Mrs.iEchillcn - - -DID ti. Slade - - - - D I I P.'l)iunont - - - -;?»???? I .r- ? £2(5 I I

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Congress, 1910 International Socialist Bureau's Call to World's Working-Class Organisations. International Socialist Bureau. People's Palace Brussels, March, 1910. To all Socialist Parties and Associations; To all Working-Class Organisations. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

International Congress, 1910 liiicnialioiiiil Socialist Bureau's Call to World's ' Working-Class Organisalions. Internationa! Socialist UureiUi, I'eople'- Palace, liriisscls, Mnrcli. I'.llO. ' To nil Socialist Parties and Associations ; ,- ; To all Working-Class Organisations. 1. Condition:- or Admission. — Tho Jntmiii tioiiiil Socialist I'.ureiiu, rorniod in 1!)(J0 for the ])iirj)osi- of continuing (he worlc'sintl 'put- ting into execution the decisions 'tnkoii':i~t lnternation:d Congresses, hiis decided to hold its Mli Interniitioiiiil Sofii-.list ('onpivss.nt Copcnhfi^cii, Denniiirk. from AiinusK'itfvlo Septenilier :?-. !!)!(), and in nceordiince with decisions taken at the Congress of London (I.S'iMi) and F'aris (I!)(IO) invites : I. All ii'-snriatiiius wliii-li adhere ti! tlie usMmtial |irinei])les nf Sneiali.-iii : .-niMiilisiilinii nf tlie means nf iH-iidnetinn and dit-trilmtiiin; internatinnal iin'iou and iictiim nf'llie worker.--; e/ini|iies( nf the piihlic linwer.- Iiy (he...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPRISONMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

IMPRISONMENT FUND. £ s -l Previously acknowledged - -KIT li MotehkisJ- - - - - 0 I 0 3 Irs. McNmimra - - - 0 I I) .OO 111 I*.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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These Dreadful Lands Or "Where are Our Foes?" Tune "I hear thee Speak of a Seller Land." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

Those Dreadful Lands   Or "Where are Our Foes ?" Tune: " I hear thee speak of a Better Land."       BY DANDELION. I HEAR them speak of some Dreadful Lands, And call their people " invading bands";   Father! O where do those foemen stay? Shall we not shun them and flee away?       Arc they where the vapors of geysers blow, And the burning rivers of lava flow ?                     "Not there, not there , my child !                         '' Not there, not there, my child !'' Are they where the hot volcanoes rise, And smoke beclouds the dismal skies;   Or on blnak islands in arctic seas &a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MILITANT SPIRIT. (For the May Day Number of THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST.) [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 April 1910

THE MILITANT SPIRIT. (For the May Day Number of THE INTERNATIONAL   SOCIALIST.)   BY GUS. ANDERSON. [ACORDING to speakers at Sydney Labor Congress we should not regret if "Industrial Disputes Acts" have killed the militant spirit of Unionism, as the     time was coming when that spirit would not be needed.]   Not needed now, the spirit of our sires That forced them on to fight against the strong? Not needed now, the spirit that inspires     The souls of men to battle with the wrung?   Not needed now, the spirit of resistance That will not calmly see earth's children need,   That never can deny a strong assistance   Against the robbers' wantonness and greed?   Has then, unseen by us, commenced the dawning   The dawning of the day that makes men free?   Has earth awakened in its millenium morning   That lo...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

United States. The soft coal-miners' strike in Pennsyl vania has ended, the -10,000 workers con cerned receiving an advance of wages. In the elections in Allegheny, Pennsyl vania, the Socialist Party elected sixteen in spectors, one judge of election, one auditor ? itwl fiinut -«ititw-tliiiit-i lit l-I !i*Kl-i\i (in HUM UN 1.1- - \-'-U1IV1|IIIV,II* -111 .lll^IIi?|'IIVf Dauphin County, one councilman was elected. In Stoneborough our comrades elected six out of the eleven ollicials. The New York Typographical union— the famousBig Six — has decided to levy its mem bers ten cents, a week for three months in order to put the Socialist-daily — 'The Call51 — on a sound basis.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Great Britain. ?lustier flagellates Labor-member Phillip Snowdcn for his ? ,-port given to the Lib orals. James O'Grady .has been asking questions on the suicides and mysterious disappearances of Lascars serving on steam ships, and whether the Board of Trade tonk in to consideration the connection bctAvcen these and the excessive temperatures in the engine-room and stokehold. Jiisiim refers scathingly to the raising of the Plimsoll mark on sea-going vessels. Forty thousand Socialists demonstrated in Hyde Park on May Day. Two thousand children from 30 Socialist Sunday schools participated. Speeches were delived by French, German, Hungarian, and Russian speakers. Herbert Burrows, who presided, declared that the demonstrators were not merely asking for an eight hours or a four hours' day, but for the formation of a. great international commonwealth. Largely attended meetings of Socialists were also held in many provincial towns on May Day. The S.D.P. branches arc carrying the following...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Servia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Servia. ? - The Social- Democratic members of the, Skuptschtina put questions to the Minister President Paschitch regarding the expulsion of some, refugees from Montenegro. Thy Minister replied that the1 friendly relations between Servia and Montenegro would have, Kiutii fl i^f ii i*1 wi/1 In' flw- m*/kum-if-f » lit-' Almitomt. 'gran refugees in Servia. But as the Servian' Government had sufficient proofs of this to enable ' them to lake action' against thu- 'refugees, they had -advised them to leave Servia, which they had then voluntarily done:'' The Social-Democratic motion of, want of confidence was defeated...1 ', ' . ' On March 21 .'tin'; ' inlcr-Balknif Social^, Democratic Committee' hold' ; great*. meetings i' the principal Balkan towns as a general protest against Imperial policy, especially that of Russia in the Balkans, and a demon stration of the solidarity of the international proletariat.

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Finland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Finland. The Social-Democrat Tanner has been 'elected first Vice-President of the Finnish Landtag. '

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Switzerland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Switzerland. Jn Basel town there is a, vacancy in the Government, and the Social-Democratic Party claims it as their due, and have put up Dr. BlochCr as tlieir candidate*. There is already one Socialist Minister at Basel — namely, Dr. Wullschleger.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Answers to Correspondents. J.T.I). (Melbourne).— No. Anyhow, the subject is not of sullicient importance to warrant us jjiviny it that amount of space. ? Tn. ftr.\ssiN(; (Oopeiiliiij'tMi). — Keeeived, with thanks, IMi.F. (Xewtown}.— The fact is proved by the continuous, protestations of both Messrs. Wade and McGowtiii that each is stealing the other's princi ples; Not that dither party has any -reason to lw.' proud of said principles. A.F. (Bristol, Kng.). -Thanks. i

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Logic of Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Logic of Socialism. Tiikijk are people who say: 'You Socialists have a beautiful ' ideal, ft may realised some day, but men will have to be angels when it is. Things have always been as they are and' I am afraid always will be' so.' Whoever raises this as an ohiec tion against Socialism shows his ig norance nf the development of the race. The fact is that man in every iliiiirter of the globe- has developed from a lower state than any of the savages to-day in existence.' All of our ancestors were at one time man eateiv.and they ate human flesh because they could not other wise so easily satisfy their wants. Civilised man 1o-day. when reduced to the last extremity, will not hesi tate to do what his 'barbarous ances tors did when they were in like straits : that is, cat the flesh of his fellow man. wnenjnan started on his career it was with greal.'difncully that hecould supply his wants at all. When he fashioned rude tools and weapons out of stone, and domesticated cer tain animals, he...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Roumania. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Roumania. The Roumanian Socialists held a Confer ence from February 18 to Hi at Bukharcst. Eighty three delegates were present, (!eoi'g sen read the annual report, which showed that all prosecutions had but strengthened .the movement. A party program was adopted, the theo retical part of which is similar to that of (Jermany. In the debate that followed, the question of the Jews came up, who are treated as 'foreigners' and have no rights of citizenship. Most of them are prole tarians, and they are absolutely at the mercy of the Government. The Social- Democracy claims their enfranchisement. The immediately practical part of the pro gram demands the abolition of all laws which diminish the right of strike and com bination. No. 2 demands that the trade unions should have a legal status. The next Conference is to deal with the agrarian question. A new plan of propa ganda was adtipted. The relationships of the party and the trade unions arc unani mously agreed to according to the Stuttga...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Two Pictures. .Svii.vkv, Saturday morning, April :!Oth. — Tin* city's main street lined- with policemen keeping the crowded thoroughfares clear to permit (.ujversity students— sons of the Capitalist Class— to display it htifie monkey show, dearly paid for by the. brain and muscle of the workinj: elass. Goulhuru, Hiithurst and Darhn-ihurst .(ails, same day. — Four men in convict jsirb— mayhap in lej; irons. One stud a half years' hard hiJior each. ?What for V For organism}; a procession throiijrh the streets of Sydnuy to protest against the unjust imprisonment of the miners' ollicials in N.S. W. No class rule here ? Certainly not.

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