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IMPRISONMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

IMPRISONMENT FUND. ij ? , £ s «l I reviously acknowledged - «) !) li Mrs. IJurns - . . o 1 ' Mr. Stakelberg - . -02' £'.) 13 --»

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood Or, The Dignity of Labor. ?R. Tkkhlks, coal lumper, died at Sydney Hospital as the result of a fall down a bun ker of the steamer Indvalecma. Arthur Waters (20), was thrown- from . a loaded waggon drawn by elephants belong ing to Wirth Bros., on Wednesday morn ing. The wheels passed over both legs crush ing them terribly. :' i ; ; Charles Pollux, sailor,^fell u -distance of 75 feet from the main upper topsail yard of ti-v barque Kilincny, at Melbourne, and was killed. _ ?^':.y--'^;^:-iZ^!f-'.'-\:y ' ? W. Koss, railway porter, at Brisbane, was struck by the bulVer-plank of aii engine, and hurled to the ground, his head striking the rail .with' great force. His skull was frac tured. A sleeper cutter named Abel was crushed between a tree and a cart at Urunga, and received serious internal injuries. There is little hope of his recovery. David Sampson, shift boss at the British mine, Broken Hill, was '.precipitated 200ft. down the shaft, and killed instantly; ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queer Police Tactics. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

Queer Police Tactics. Ox Sunday before last, while the Interna tional Socialist meeting Avas proceeding at Martin Place, a police ollicor appeared on the scene, and peremptorily ordered the meeting to close, refusing to give any reason whatever for his action. These meetings have been held at Martin Place for the past two or three years, with occasional interference on the part of the police. Martin Place is one of (lie broadest thoroughfares in Sydney, and on Sunday night there is practically no vehicular traflic through it. Indeed, on week-days, the very spot on which the Sunday Socialist meeting's are held is occupied li.v a large number of Mower-sellers, whose operations do not in any way inconvenience the trallic, for the very reason that the street is of such great width'. It is significant thai numerous other meet ings are held in much narrower streets on Sunday nights, without any interference whatever on the part of the police. On the night on which our Martin Place meeting...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

PRESS FUND. Already acknowledged - o,s ip, -| Per IT. Applelon (Book 10)— 8. Maigre - 0 1 0 Per Miss A. Kerr (Hook 2!)) — J.W.K. Is, A.G.K. Is -020 Buckman . q ?; i; A«er - 0 ? 0 Per O. Sundon (liook 18)— A. J. fiesmond . 0 10 Luuis . 0 0 « Per 0. .lorgenseu (Hunk -I) — Blumenthal 2s, Jennings 1s Liversidge Is. IT. I'). Is, 1?! Wenzel ls,M. Schqnenberg 1s, Panlano Is, F. W.' Harris Is, Shewed 2s, Cott 1s I 0 12 0 £29 ID :'. Advanced 'sis Loans. Already acknowledged . B 0 ('

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 — 4 June 1910

Answers to Correspondents. J.A.K., Diirlin^liursl ; T.O., Umitli. — Thaiikn. AV.A., Melhoiirne.— Pamphlets forwarded. A.I'., Hrishaue.— Thanks for .sujnii-jitiim, which was adopted. Article received. Will use. 1\.I.R., A. Iclaide.— Matter iv l-.'s suh. due In mistake at this end, now reclilicd. Answer iv Railway 1'nion next wwk. AVi'l print ' A plea fur a crisis.' K.S.H., Mi'lhniiriM'.— Piipi-iy forwarded. Other iniiltcrs noted. l'.K.S.II.— NVxt week. .L.I.O'K., Hroki-n Hill.— l'lipciv forwarded. K..I., .Sciirhiii-Miifili. — Writinjr. W.A.S., l'addin^ton.— (ihidyon are satisfied on thill score. I'l a-e don't, try to j,'cl, thesp'intcr out ill our eye until you have had a »-i at the railway sleepe.r in your own. Slrilm-aker Iluuhi's will lie alilt! to iiiw you th-i name, of the S.l..l\ man who came, to his assistance, in the remit, eumpai-ni. .thanks lor intere.stinj; item re, other matter.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY A. HOTCHKISS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

BY. 'A.. IIOTCIIK1SS. Thk spirit of nationalism received a blow, which will take it. a long time to recover from, on Thursday when we welcomed to our headquarters the German immigrants, whom the press thought fit to slander. In all, there were some thirty-two iamnies,' num bering about one hundred and twenty persons of both sexes. Of 'these families, twenty-eight were Social-' ists. This spirit of Internationalism will be one of the greatest factors to bind us together. The master class has cultivated that spirit, and now it . is up to the working-class to take a pattern from the master class.' ... On Friday we extended a , further welcome by giving a social and dance in their honor, and on Saturday, with the red conspicuous everywhere, on the deck and on the wharf, on the adults' and on the children, we gave them a Socialist send-off — these in en and women and children we had never seen before, but who belong to our class, and who come to us with itlie.gbod red rebel blood throbbi...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Socialist Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

The Socialist Immigrants. MY II. DIKI1KS. Thanks to the reports in the daily press of the threatened invasion of Australia by Gorman Socialists voy aging on the Osterley, Sydney Inter nationals were on the look-out Avhen that vessel arrived. : , The general secretary of the S.F. A., H. E. Holland, and a number of other comrades proceeded to the ship and welcomed our comrades. After preliminaries, and an all-round hand shaking, the conversation soon drift ed to the reports in the daily press. Our friends were both'' incensed and amused at the lying statements pub lished in the dailies concerning their May Day meeting.- They explained that they had asked permission of the captain to hold their celebration on the first of May (which, by the -way, is a custom of all German races from time immemorial) on the third-class upper deck, and this was readily granted. They had a small photo of August Bebel, bordered with red, and two small red Hags, each about (3x4 inches, fixed on the deck hou...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Trail of Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

The Trail of Blood. For if lilonil In ? tin- /iritv of all j/nitr imillh, (i'iioiI (i'ihI! nr linn: paid it in full. On Wednesday morning of last week, Arthur Witters (a native of Qucanbcyan), aged 20, was crushed under the wheels of a heavily laden waggon, drawn by an elephant, and belonging to Wirtl .'s circus. The circus plant was being removed, and the in jurat lad had been engagedwith others to assist. The waggon on ..-.which he was employed at the time. of the accident was loaded up to its fullest capacity, the load projecting some two tcet on eacn sme; do great, indeed, was the load that it was found necessary to apply special brake-power when going down hill, and For this purpose a rope was stretched from the unde^-carriage along each side of the waggon and connected with the brake 'appliances on the back wheels. On each of these ropes four men were ordered to stand on the down grades in order to brake the vehicle. Some of the employees, recog nising the dangerous nature of ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

Socialist Literature. Economic Argument fur Industrial I'monism (Vine. St. .Mm) 1-1 What Life Mean.-' Ti. Mr (.hick- London I Id Industrial Unionism (Tom .Mann) Ld What is a Seal) (A. M. Simons) Id Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski I Id Jones's Hoy ^'' Economic Foundations of Australian Politics 2-l Triumph Under Trust (If. W. Lw) 2d Commercial Morality -d Debate on Socialism (Clemeneeau-Jaures) 2d The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) L\l The Proletariat (Kautsky) ', 2d The Class Stride (Kautsky) 2d The Socialist Commonwealth (kautsky) 2d Economics of Labor (II. Quelch) 2d Socialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorge) 2d The Future of Woman (II. Harrow*) 2d The following 20 Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. I'OST FIIKK. Women & the Social Problem (-May Simons.) i-,| Tin! Involution of tin- Class Struggle ( W. Noyes) 2(1 Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Dubs.) ;-d Wage Labor and Capital ( Karl .Marx) --t\ The -Man Under the Machine (A. M. .Simons.) ~\\ Thu Mission of the Working Class (C. ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Herald" Romance. Empire Day Perjuries. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

The 'Herald' Romance. — * — Empire Day Perjuries. by xo. us. Socialist .\x\t ISi.i-k.I.u-kkt.— He was a gentleman ?wearing an ayjirussivi' ml tic, and tin- other-was just plain Hill Marlinspike, of II. M.S. Knuoniiter The, c:oneludin-_' words of the Archhishop's address. were, dying away as the Police Hand .struck un/tlm national antnem. All heads were bared, all but tlie oiu! surmountini; the tlaniiair red tie. ''Take oil' that hat,' vrrowied Hill.' ' I'm not going to take my hat on'; I'm a Socialist,'' came this reply. ' Take that hat on' or I'll tear it oil',' responded the man in blue. The self-dubbed Socialist re mained obdurate. Perhaps it was the fact that a strong jKisso of police was present that made the ' red-tie' party stick so resolutely to his guns. A human tornado swept down upon the wearer of the red tie. li ? was burled hither and thither, blows rained down upon him, till at last, with hits face, be color of he tie he was so proud of, lie sank on a heap on the block...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OUTCAST. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 4 June 1910

THE OUTCAST. [For The International Socialist. ] BY LOUIS ESSON. I tramp through Mammon's city, Whose streets are paved with gold; My rags inspire no pity, I shiver in the cold. I am what ye have made me,   Outcast, a rebel born; Your whips of scorn have flayed me, Shall I forgive your scorn?   For I, with blood-red streamer,   Shall come and conquer, reign   A merciless Redeemer With pride of Tamburlaine. I'll tear your walls asunder, My wrath will seethe and smoke. Each word, a clap of thunder, Each look, a lightning-stroke. Your labor-looted treasure On my triumphant day With justice shall I measure. And blood for blood repay. No idols that ye cherish My scarlet course can stop; And ye like clouds will perish, Like leaves in autumn drop. I tramp the cynic city, Outcast, despised by all — And shall I show ye pity When in the dust ye fall?  

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

Germany. |f Dr. ICoch, the eminent scientist, died in £(-7th year. k Owing to tlic National Liberals voting ^against the Prussian Franchise Bill, as ^amended in the Upper House, the Hill has f'beun withdrawn by the Chancellor. k The strike of shoemakers on Frankfurton Maine, which, has been going on for live weeks, has ended in victory for the workers, who win an increase of from 5 to 12 per cent, in wages. t The employers in the building trades in Germany, who now have their employees locked out, demand the: introduction of a differential system of wages, with lower rates for the less competent hands; they require that the unions should undertake to respect labor bureaus, which many of the local em ployers' associations arc setting up; the con clusion of wages agreements by the central organisations, and a number of other debat able points, on which, however, they would allow no debates. The men offered no ob jection to labor bureaus in principle, but they objected to labor bureaus...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

France. .?--v:I-itty reservists have been sentenced to a month's cells and a month's imprisonment {each, and 40 to a week's imprisonment, in .connection with the recent trouble atNimes. feThe four ' ringleaders' have been confined ||o a fortress, pending their trial. H .On the day of the lirst ballot, April 21, Mbe ollices of HhuuuiHc were raided. sfv- At Lyons and Marseilles the Socialists ^received set-backs, but the' Party is stronger |?in the present Parliament than in the last, j&uid polled over a million votes, a very large j»in crease. I In France the ballot is exhaustive, and at I .the recent elections in Paris second ballots I were necessary in M. Millerand's division, Hin those of M. Charles Benoist, Progressist, land our comrades Houanet and Allemane. * Our comrades Senibat, Vaillant and Deje I ante, add four others, were elected on the |iir.st ballot, but the majority of the Socialist ^candidates in Paris had to go to second bal llut. ? ?

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
India. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

India. *3 Lodd Haram, editor of Smmiji/tt, of Allsi '?habad, has been .sentenced to transportation ?for 10 years. Lodd Haram is the fourth ^editor of this paper who has been convicted l'|of ' sedition.' The paper has been ordered vto discontinue publication.: 'British free dom!

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

Russia. HI While travelling at night in March last, iff on a waggon attached to a mail train in |§ North-west llussisi, a number of prisoners 15 extinguished the lights and attacked the if warders while the train was in motion. H Three warders were killed, and 11 prisoners HI were wounded. Two of the wounded pri msoners died, and the other.!) have since been 9 condemned to death. 3 A Mr. Watson, who lias been a student «at Moscow University, nnd who has Hal ready been a year in jail, has been tried jRiind sentenced to 1(- months' in a fortress on |1kji charge of belonging to the Socialist Hevo jraffltttionsiry Party.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

International Notes. Great Britain. i London Ju*lir.c, of May ;?-(), contains an arti |ele l).y Ben. Tillett, dealing with Peter Bowl | ing's case. i M;iy Day number of Juslhx i.s aurixlitiible I production, a feature of which is a cartoon | l-y Walter Crane. :\ Nine hundred workers in the pit adjoin ing the Whitehaven colliery decided to cease ?work for a fortnight. ?They, declare that \. there is black damp in the pit. \\ At Newmarket, County Cook, Ireland, \i during a riot, the police fired oh 'the crowd, I killing one man, and wounding others. I Cotton employers have decided not to take Suction in the matter of forcing a o percent. &w,ige reduction for three months. They ifeel that they arc not yet quite ready for the if conflict. m 'Socialists, Unite !' is the heading of an Ifartiele in May Day Jimtirr from the pen of ffthe Countessof Warwick. ' Socialist bodies have carried motions of I condolence- re the death of Montague JJIateh Iford.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conflicting Craft Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

Conflicting Craft Unionism. 11Y 11. K. HOLLAND. Thb war that is raging just now be tween the Federal Amalgamated Gov ernment Railway and Tramway Ser vice Association of Australasia and the Tramway Employees Union of New South Wales is one of the most pitiable spectacles that one might ex pect to witness in a country where every interest of individualism is sac rificed to the political exigencies of op portunism and middle-class interests. But the incident has its value in that it furnishes an illustration of the fu tility, and stupidity of working-class organisation on sectional or craft lines that set the workers fighting against xone another, while sapping ?them of their industrial strength and leaving them without courage to de clare or vitality to maintain Avar against their exploiters. The Hail way and Tramway Service employees in this State are organised (or,, rather, disorganised) in quite a number of factions, the three princi pal of which are the Amalgamated Railway and Tra...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

MY LADY. Fast ami faster tin: dancers, lly; (iuily my Imly (lashes liy; Hrigjit on her bn.-:on- jewels gleam; While in tin* depths, 'n id I eat iiiul steam, Where gases creep and stones fly thick, The diamond-digger swings his pick Hut, who wants to know Of the. depth* below Where labor in weaving Its shroud of woe ? $.. Bravely my lady sweeps along, |; Greedily viewed by the enviou.s throng; f| The wealth of a wo'ld on her shoulderri lies; | While, over the way, with Weary eyes, £ .Stitch by stitch, through an endless day, Her seamstress toils and receives as pay But a lady so fair One .should always apart1 The tedious tale. Of a life of care. The. -wine glows red in. my lady's gla:-:s;' Many and merry .the jests that pass; Loving .laughter and winning smile. Circle from lip to lip, t'm while H Clothed in rags, at her very gates, jf (Jaunt-eyed hunger in silene-j waits— if Bilt sights like, thes.! Would little please My lady in iier Hours of ease. r1 Sweetly humble my lady's face, ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Industrial Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

Industrial Unionism. JiV .1. It. WILSON. Tine constant advocy ul' Industrial Unionism causes niiin.v who have never given the ques tion ol' organisation their consideration to ask .-wh.-it is wrong, with the present form of 'Unionism;-'; To whiolrtho'Socialist unhesi tatingly -replies Unit 'it1 is impotent in the UjuLIi of organised Inteniiitioiiiil Capitalism. Mere assertion, however, counts for noth ing. To be able to convince one of the value uf a particular form of organisation, one has to produce evidence. In order to understand the weakness of our present form of organisation, we have got to understand something about' the lines on which the working class organised in the past. If we look back to the time when wealth (that is food, clothing, and the ne cessaries of life) was produced with simple tools, when the simplicity of the tools made it possible for the individual who operated them to own them, as well as the finished article, and when those who worked for the handicraft...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 11 June 1910

SYDNEY JOTTINGS. On I hursday, at the speakers' class Comrade (,. M. gave a splendid paper upon the Survival of the Fittest.' There !vi an interesting discussion, in which some good speeches were made. We invite all friends and comrades to attend this class On Ihursday Comrades Wilson 'and C irran amved back again from Newcastle ere they reported having held some good Meetings and also experienced again the S I enan laws winch have been adopted in inih ijiate. I lie nolici- u-imi.! .,..- ..n ? ol-their meetings to proceed Jl any enthusiast would like to try ami Jjvert heIeauofN--,hi;c:m^Hl11)1' v I U .ture (su.lab e for the unconverted ) will ,n T'r- * Ihu liUiniUmi **-^vy 'ill^upply first-class matter at' very low Jill'1' Sll'iKli7 n°iiUl1^ il1 tIltJ J)ulllilil1 »?»?- 2 ,„ , ; ? n OlliJ'v SI)ulcu splendidly in Si D-''m ot-^»-c«stle, while Mac »onald, Harris, and .Hiking also -spoke .Martin Place meeting was' also a good 'poke. ' ^'KHiand Wucdoiiald UwlHai1?** °f ,IlSl Uklb iUld J:-...

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