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What is the Press? [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

What is the Press? (An article, abridged and adapted from the German of the late Wilhelm Liebknecht, late Socialist Deputy for an plectoral division in the German Reichstag, »ppe»ring, in th« ''Social -Democratic organ, ' Folkestaet.') What is the Press? Its admirers say it is the sixth great power. 'We are not its admirers, tind we say it is the first great power. The Press is the great machine which makes miblic opinion, and at the same time the channel through which the public opinion flows into every brain. It is the nurse of the people, whom she pampers with, the pap of the thoughts and the o'liliments concocted by her. Mightier than a constitutional .sham-king, who only reigns, but does not rule, the Press sways an absolute sceptre ; it *? rules and regns, and the proudest people, the most tyrannical despot, acknowledges its power, bows to it. But how does the Press exercise this power? Does it exer cise it in tho interest of humanity? To enlighten or educate the people? Does ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

The Passing Show. l.'O.NHUCTICI) IJV O'JTS. ' Bleed, bleed, poor country! Great Tyranny, lay tliou thy basis sure. For Goodness dare not check thee !'.' ' Hispanoua ' writes .sensibly in Saturday's Dailji Teletjrapli re Joseph McCabe's defence of Ferrer. ' Hispanolia ' advises oppo nents to read the 'Martyrdom of Ferrer.' A Mr. Williamson, presiding at tlie an nual .meeting of the Australian Estates and Mortgage Co., in London, cracked up the Labor Government's polity as 'wise and patriotic,' and declared that the capitalists had no need to feel .serious misgivings be? cause tlie party was in power. That's what the. Socialists have been saying all along. John Burns, whose salary hitherto has been £200()ayear, is now to receive £5000 a year. Sounds like paying Judas an extra thirty pieces of silver. \ Sydney Worker (ollicial organ of the Labor Party) printed a cartoon a week or two ago in which a whole horde of capital ists was depicted rushing through the open doorway to become memb...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARCHING CHANT. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

MARCHING CHANT. [Foil TlIK I.NTKIIXATIO.VAI. S.OI/I AI.I*T. 1 IJY LOUIS KSSOX. Dost hear the steady tramping, the trumpets suul the (iruniK ? See'st tliou tne Red Flag /lyiii-r? Tlie Workers' army conies. Our tinny inarches onward, us swift and sine us Pate, To end the reign of Mammon, to build the Com mune State. Under the iu-d FIuk HyiiMi we march, 'with haltie SllOllt Clearing tlie mists ol Error, breaking the clouds of Doubt— We march through lane and township, we march through iield and wood, Spreading the cau.se of Freedom, tlie creed of Bro therhood. All men who luite Oppression, who Ions* to free each thrall, All men who labor, wage-slaves to Ogre Capital. All who are starved and cheated, all those who must lie. free, All who will bear the burden of worn humanity,* All who are not soul sellish, nor deaf to higher .strains., -'or fawn on pampered tyrants, content in servile chains, Rebels with faith and courage, who scorn to yield to Wrong, Welcome our burning message, and to...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Futility of Awards. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Futility of Awards. UY II. K. HOLLAND. Ihk revelations made by (lie State Clothing Factory Inquiry re the wholesale evasion of- Arbitration Court awards, and the refusal of the Court to penalise the employers re sponsible, Avill still be fresh' in the memories of some. That every award by the present Wages Boards is being evaded in the same whole sale manner is well-known. Even where the offending employers are successfully prosecuted, the most nominal fines are imposed ; but even if the very heaviest penalties were inflicted- in every ease the same evasion avouUI still go on, for the iines can always be made up by the amount, saved by the evasions. Mrs. Kenna, secretary of- the Tail oresses Union of N.S. \Y\, furnishes particulars of one of the many cases that are daily coming under notice. A leading tailoring firm in the city in indenturing apprentices, deliber ately sets forth in the indenture a rate of wages below the award rate. Here. is a copy of one such inden ture: This Inde...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. Under the control -of .loint. Executives, International Socialists.. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarters : -'7-I Pitt Street, .Sydney. All Business Communication:: to be addressed to the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to tins Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— Is. per year ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand— Ss. per yenr ; ''2a per quarter. Other Countries— .Ss per year ; Us per quarter. The, litltnmlioiml 8naitli.il will, he sen! FHKE Of CIFA-HGJi to Helmuts of Art*, on condition that it is inbj filed. Obtainable from The. International Soeialist Croup, Sydney. The' Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. The Socialist Party of South Australia, Adelaide. Harrier .Socialist Group, Hrokcn Mill. The .Socialist Party of New Zealand, Wellington, and Branches. Mrs. Buttery...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

International Socialist Club. . LBERTAFEL. TENTH ANNIVERSARY. in Tin-: Manchester Unity Hall, c, u--** a™* Friday, July 15, 1910. U.»iiiiem-ii.,r *,..„,. ? Dam-ing till .'- a.m. Double Tlckcls, Is 66; Single Tickets, 1s.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

International Notes. United States. Ox April 10 a monster meeting was held at Pitts-burg to, protest against the persecution of the New Castle Free Prc**;. XV. D. Hay wood was the principal spc er. ? The National Executive lias voted 2.r- dol lars towards the Frc: JVc* Defence; V .ind. The Ajijical to Jiniioi) continues to .scarify the corrupt Judge (.irosseup. borne weeks ago the Socialist and Labor press printed an article from Mother Jones exposing ' _e terrible conditioiis among the women brewery workers of Milwai ' ee. The breweries are now endeavoring to intimidate the papers by police action, and by getting tbe posl-ollice to declare the articles 'ob- scene ' in order that their passage through the post might lie prohibit :I. The Supreme Court of Wisconsin has up held the lower courts decision preventing the erection of a municipal lighting plant ii Milwaukee, where the Socialists have a ma jority in the municip;'' council. The Socialist Party of America began its lirst Natio...

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Propaganda Fixes. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Propaganda F:-.;;es. Doji.mx— Ilnrri- (Vliair). M:k--1-hisiK1. Mrs. Hsu-iU , -llovkinfT. 1'ai.vtt V.VKK-.ti-i:KKT— llou-liki.v (fiiair). Maeiloiial.l Ila-ris. Maktj.v 1'i.ack— liair ti (cliair), Cass, llncl-.int:.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Committee and General Meetings. Tin: fnllowin-.- nnviiiurs will 1». he!,! :,t. -Ki Piit PtiXH;t. Sydiu-y. during tho fiirthi-iuiiim: wwk :— ^[oinlay, 7.::n ]..in.— (M|,i, Hsi'f.itiw Moiuluy, s.::o p.m. — .i.»int Kxi-i-iitivi.-. ikiiiitay, iMo inn.— Urnisji Kxo.-vuiw. -

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

PRESS FUND. A I read v acknowledged - 31 (i 0 Per Miss Kerr (Hook -i'.))— J.W. K. 2s, A. O.K. Is.' Total - 0 3 0 Per 0. Jorgenscn (Book 82) — Brucbert 2s - -020 W. Layley, Sand ford, Victoria - j 0 0 Per 0. Jorgonsen(Book:-)l) — F. Anseline Is, Genni l.H.D. Is, Jlewison Is. Total -0-10 0. Martin - - -010 Ch. Brow.i - - -020 Lu 1 idgrc.cn - - -010 (.iarlish - - - (} 0 8 Martinet - - -010 Karl Wenzel - -010 Schoneiibcrg. jun. - - 0 I 0 £00 2 :-, Advanced as Loans. Already, acknowledged - (i 0 0

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

SIA. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. Mus. K. S. Ross passed through Sydney on her way home to Melbourne from Brisbane, on Monday last. She visited tlio Socialist hoc dquartcrs, and was the guest of Airs. Anderson and Airs. Scott Bennett while here. Comrade P. Li- 11b, of Broken Hill fame, visited Sydney, this week. Ho is returning to the Hell from a Alaoriland trip. Wo regret-to chronicle the death of Mr. Joseph Walsh (father of comrade T. Walsh) who died at Bathurst on June 7, at the age of 7-j years. Air. Walsh was one. of the first carriers over the blue mountains, when rail ways were an unknown quantity. He had lived in Bathurst for more than half a cen tury. Flic T.S.C. Licderlafd's 10th Anniversary will be celebrated in the Alanchcster Unity ITall, Castlcrcagh-strcot, on FridayvJuly lo. Double tickets, 1s (id; single, Is. Comrades Fcldhauscn, Hanson, and Con sidine will be re'eased on Juno 2!). Tin.1 Liedurtafcl, of which tlio two former arc members, w:'l welcome them o...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. I'm- ijhl.HHl !„? //„? !„?;.;? ,,/-,,ll ,,,„„? m-tllh. -:.„-,! (;,,,i: ,,v /„„.,. ,,„;,!' ;i /„/?„//. Owkx Mu.iikijon. n miner, working at Ba ker's Creek-, near llillgrove, had his left leg terribly mutilated and his head injured by a fall of rock. A man named Tobin, employed by the Melbourne Railway Department as fencer, was cut to pieces by a train. This week'.- daily press teems with reports of suicides. An employee named Harnes was killed by a train near the Orange goods shed on Sun day. Arthur Bancroft, - if Torrie Lodge, was de scending a well where he was employed, when thi- windlass broke. Me foil (if) feet, and sustained severe injuries to the head. A terrible accident occurred at Kyloe mine near Adaminahy. A young man, Frank CalTyn, was caught in the shafting and killed instantly. — lohn Robinson, employed on the dredge Tan at Nainbucca heads, was drowned. Leslie Charles tftalT had his foot caught in the belling of n c...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAYER TO LAND CAPITALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

PRAYER TO LAND CAPITALISTS. [I'm; Tin-: Ixtkuxatioxai. Socialist.] MY II. UKSS IIAHTIC. Orii Masters, our Lords! -- ye (iod.s iipi^ii earth! We pray for permission to live; v We ask but. a space., in tlii! land of our birth, And ;iic.h fo , i an you'll graciously give; 0 Lords-, let us slave from the. dawn until dark In ivtuni for the right to bo here; And deign to allow us to doss, in the park, And grant an occasional bcor. 'I'is ali that we ask; for we know, gracious. Lords, That we're only like dirt 'ncath your feet, And as the whole world but your few wants nflbrd.-j, Our dear wive-- .i/mtrl-! starve in tlie .street. And as to our children— -they certainly feel; They hunger and thirst like their Lords! O, nray, let them earn an occasional meal Im-ihu the little this wide world accords! We ask not who gave you thcearth, for, of course, We dare not (n ifiicsliou (he will Of t.hnsi1 wh i obtained it by cunning and force, _ A d by 'cunning and force hold if 'still. For these are pow...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Over the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

^romOverfte&a. Tom Mann writes from the ' Nar ui'ig, ' Hearing the Canaiy Islands, May -.1 : — '1 am now with in eleven days' of London, and ani eager to get .there, as we have had a long time on the water since Jeaving Melbourne. What a series of events in connection with the Newcastle -desputc ; but \ know nothing definite of recent happenings, as the news of Australia reaching Africa is so trifling that one gets tired out waiting to sec even a reference thereto. Of course, I do not know the result of the elections, as we left Capo Town on Taesday, the 12th. The Socialist movement in Cape Town is quite healthy, and pretty good at D; . ban and Jobs .nes burg; but eveiy where organisers arc wanted, industrial organisation is very backward. I -did my utmost to propagate. Industrial. Unionism, and TtlTink' the work was fairly effec tive and more will be heard of it. T sin- ' bang into the ??? no work on reaching home. Please give my greetings to all comrades. ' H. J. Lear, sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Order from'lhe Secretary, Literature Committee, 274 Pitt street, Sydney. Also procurable at (il (ioiilburn-stru't. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. ' Wliat tliu Labor Party has jiot for the Politi cian with Compulsory' Arbitration— Osbornu Park, (ioie Hill, the rcMdcjjce of Mr. AV. M. lIughiL', M.P.' ; and 'What the Labor Farty has got for the AVorker* with CumpuNory Ar bitration—Miner.-' Maiison- at PlattM)iir-!. 2. ''Coal Country Contrn-t--.' '!Tbe le-ideni-e of Mr. Alex. Ki«« (\Valls-eml Co.d Co.), 1'hitts biirg';and 'Miner.-1 Home.' on Wall^end Co.'s E-tatc at Platttburg.' :i. 'AVheie the Mini;rs ''Live.'- ' J'itt Town. Walls-end,' and 'Miner.-1 Homes.' A. 'The Ked Flag Brigade'— jailed for protecting againi-t the Coercion Act. .'-. 11. E. Holland— sentenced to two year.-' bard lubor-iir.Vjbury.Tuil for.j-udilion for a speech in connection with the .Broken Hill Lockout, (i. l'.IOil Conference Delegates. One Penny Iv.ich. As-ortcd Packett, 0 for -Id. Po.-tnge Hxtrsi. AVbole.-.ile from Uener...

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Socialist Tactics. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 25 June 1910

Socialist Tactics. ItV II. K. IIOMANI). I iiavk boon muling tlio surius of ar ticles wrttlon by tlio odilor of the Melbourne Socialist on ? tho above subject and confess to disappoint ment. In bis first article, R.S.R. assumes a solid attitude. Tbe posi tion ho lakes up in Ins second and third contributions scorn to me to be altogether untenable. Neither f'.ie nor space permits of this rejoinder stretching to the length I should li':e; but I propose to touch on one or two main points, and let it go at that. First of all, then, Sydney Socialists do not advocate — and never have advocated — abstention from voting. They s'-.nply declare against voting for tho enemies of Socialism. J f there is no Socialist canci:datc in the Held, 'what is gf'ned by voting for an anti Socir'ist. Surely one can register a vote against both. Koss says: 'It is easier to understand why one should support Labor with his vote than by abstention support Labor's enemies.' Instead of Labor, he should have writte...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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THE DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

THE DAWN. [Fob The Inthkxatio.wu, Socialist. ] liY HI'S .\X|)EUSON. 0 will the day of Free lorn never dawn? ^ViH.Uioije o'er stmin-cil eyes '? ? Njvcr behold Hie liuuuty of hcv nionv Tliu glory of her skies? . ' :L With all the toil of life niy.fninip'is bent And sorrow (ill* my years, My strength and hopes are passing, and Avhen spent, , . , ' ' I reap but want and tears. Say, what avails the dreams of boyhood's times, ? ?. The soul that spake within, When now to dream one hour scums a crime And nianlmuas a sin? Arjwo not huinan like to yon who reap The wealth oE field and mine For which we labor, spoiling earth and deep, Yea',, and as much divine? . Then will our day of freedom never dawn, Our burdened souls arise? To be but beasts of burden were we born? ?Answer ye sage and wise.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Socialist Federation of Australasia. Principles and Policy. 1. Objective. Tiik socialization of the means of production, dis tribution, and exchange. 2. Statement of Principles. The present form of Societv rests on private own ership of the land and the machinery (tools) of production. The owners of most of the land and the machin ery of production constitute what is economically known as the capitalist class. Hence the use of tho term, ' Tlie capitalist form of society.' This form of ownership divides society in all countries into two distinct and opposing classes — the capitalist class and the working class. Tlie working class produces all the wealth that sustains society, while it is held in complete econo mic and industrial subjection to the capitalist class, which lives on the wealth produced by the working class. To enable the working class to wage the class war, it must be fully conscious of tlie wrongs in flicted upon tho workers by the capitalist class; and it must organise...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Workers and Loafers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Workers and Loafers. So.Miotime ago a friend of ours was travel ling in a Midland manufacturing district. It was Saturday afternoon. He and two other gentlemen were seated in a first-class railway compartment. .When the train readied a certain station, a crowd of work lngmen alighted and streamed up the plat form past the door of the carriage in which our friend was seated. ' Look here,' said one of the two gentle men (both of whom wore strangers to our friend), ' there go your lino British work ingmen, off to the football iield, wasting their wages; a fine lot they arc! A dis grace to the country, I call them. Lazy fellows; if they were in Germany they'd have to work on Saturdays till (i o'clock. Then the train continued its journey. ' Yes, lazy fellows,' said our friend, tak ing^up the words of the speakers. (( Look out of the window,' he continued, sec all those high chimneys, those fac tories, the churches, the shops, the houses the bridges over the canals— the ' lazy fel lows '...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNBY JOTTINGS. At last general meeting the International Socialist Group changed its name to the In ternational Socialist Party. Foldhiui.sen, Hansc- , and Considino are expected home this week. Wlusii the first monthly instalment in con nection with our printing press loll due. we were able to meet it out of the Press Fund. The second instalment falls due on July 4, and tho Executives ask that YOU — ail of you— give them the power to repeat that ex perience. The monthly instalments amount roughly to ;£7 10s, and to complete the. se- cond we have to raise some £-1 10s before the date mentioned. Send YOUR donation along at once to O. W. Jorgon.s.ijn,, 274 Pitt strcet, Sydney. ' \ Tho' 'us?un.l ' Sunday meeting in the Domain was woll-attondod. Tho speakers wore Comrades lkrrott, Mrs; Harris, T. Maedonald find Hocking. Comrade Harris was in the chair. . ? At night there was a large gathering in Martin Place to hear the various speakers. In Park-street- th...

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