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Breakers Ahead! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Breakers Ahead! BY DANDELION. Captain A. FrsiiKit and first-mate Jim McGowen, now steering the Australian Labor Movement, are heading straight for the Arbitration reef, where the ' ' Labor ' ' party will become a total wreck. No word of warning nor any danger signal will be heeded by the captain. He knows the position of every reef in the political ocean and it suits him to steer for the rocks, and his compass needle is magnetised by the two poles — power and pay. Never before in the history of Australia has one man, claiming to be of and for the com mon people, been given such a splen did opportunity to direct the real la bor movement into proper channels as A. Fisher has at the present mo ment, but he and his servile crew will not only fail to make the most of their chance, but Avill crash into the rocks with all sails set, and the pur ple-and-black-edged Union John fly ing at the masthead! Andy F. may emerge from the wreck by clinging to the life-belt of Imperialism; he may be re...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

France. A demonstration took place recently in favor of closing shops at seven o'clock, a demand made by the Shop Assistants' Union. A crowd having collected outside one or two of the large shops on tho Place de la Kepublique which have refused to agree, to this measure (tho others having done so), the police behaved witli their cus tomary brutality, not even sparing some press reporters who were there for profes sional purposes. One young man wan dragged by them into a shop and assaulted. Several sinvsts won.1 made.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chapter of Russian Horrors. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Chapter ofRussiaRHwrors. Wkitini; under the hoa'd of :'.'* Views,, and Reviews' in the Philsidelphia.. ' EcciiUui J} ul I clhi, .. a writer wi.io.'^.sjgns lviiviself y Dun.ois,'! - relates,,' outrages which.,. have taken and are taking place in the 'Russian ' Empire. . , . ... ,. . . ? ; Thirty thousand citizens of Puissia under1 the supposeiUncw-jiHcFli-licntl- regime in Rus sia, .have heenJinaTched'dft'j to Siberia by ad ministrative edict ._ .1 Tl ij.s incredible' state-, ment doesn't come/from the ' '.'ranting:' revolutionists or the Saciitl ists, ' but 1'r.om.the ? v^ry temperate publicist, George M. Trcvol-, : van. These thirty, thousand, victims, of ' ' bureaucracy,' that is, men. appointed to : office to carry out the .adniinistnition and ? paid by the very victims of their despotism, I were not charged with crime, th.iy were merely guilty of holding opinions that:tho autocrats disapprove , qf. The 'provincial' ?governor in every Stale is a law. to, himself,' and his underli...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Russia. In the Duma on May 9 Purischkewitsch, of the Extreme Right, protested against the sending of a telegram of condolence to the English .Parliament on the ground that such, an action exceeded the 'competence of. the Duma. He was suspended by the President for three sittings.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialism and Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Socialism and Marriage. I1Y I'lIAHSKS N. A.. SHAW. Lam a Socialist. You., the. reader, are, pro-; bably an Anti-Socialist. ..''.,! J ''As the assistant-editor of'.a ' well-known : Socialist 'weekly; and, addressing,' sis' :I'clo, ? largo meetings all over tne country, i- Know that a great deal of misconception — :pei*fectly; honest misconception— exists in .the mind! of tin; iiverago man and woman 'sis' to the So cialist view of marriage.' r ' ,, ?On;-, man-, tells you that .we are all-. '-'free! lovers ,' I . another. .vehemently insists that we' arc in favor of.! 'trial' unions, whilst yet; another will state that we believe in 'liiiirri-! age upon its'prcscnt lines-. ' : ' . ' ' ? Tin! tinith of the ''matter -is that there is no | such thing as .a '?.' Socialist ' view of-.marri-i age'- : ? ;. V.u '? ;V.-;i.;-:-..:;':'^ Ob'.viously, that, is nyt to say that ; Sociiil-j ists, hs inclividuals, -haTC no views upon the' ?'subject. ' ????.-.?.--- -;.;?'. ?'.'.- :;. ?'? Lot . iiiie app...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Poland. The Prussian Government has made an other petty attack on' the Poles. This time the Polish choral societies are being victim ised. On February 2 a Breslau court of justice declared every Polish choral society to be a political organisation, because they put. uicnirfoives, as roiisii societies, in op position to Germany. The choral societies of the Polish Sock list Party are, of course, included. In consequence of this judgment the police are now interfering with all tho choral societies on the ground of their being political.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lash of Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

The Lash of Necessity. I!V K. X. HK'lIAUnsON. I wouldn't give throe plugged nicklcs for sill the virtues of the average man when the lash of necessity crsicks over his probably already overburdened back: the siverage man goes where necessity leads him, whether it is through a churjh door or the bsick window of a bank at 2 a.m. J lie relationship between a man s good qualities -and his so-called bad qualities, be tween his. honesty and .his so-csillod dishon esty, it is for the most part determined by the lsiw of necessity; the prayers he lesirns at his .mother's knee may have sonic bear ing, but seldom gives forth the advertised results when necessity cracks her whip and ets it come down on the victim's economic back'.' The good boys thsit Horatio Alger writes about sire becoming back numbers; we still have good boys, lots of them, but they sire not imbued with the same brand of good ness sis the Alger boys; the goodness of 20th century boys must of necessity conform with the 20th c...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Holland. On Ascension Day, three days after the introduction by the 'democratic' ' Minister Talma of a bill dealing with', the length of the working day, the organised proletariat held a great demonstration in Rotterdam in favour of the ten hours, day. The meeting was convened by the Social-Democratic Party and the trade unions, but a good many Radical organisations also took part. The speakers pointed out the alarming length of the working day, generally consisting of 11, 12 and even 14 hours. Even children were still allowed to work 11 hours. The speak ers complained of the unsatisfactory charac ter of all the Government's attempts to deal with this question. Tho resolution called upon all workers to organise for the attain ment of universal suffrage, which was indis pensable for the realisation of the power to break down- the resistance to their demands.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Academic Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Academic Socialism. A SoriAUsTic Society Ims recently been formed by students of the Sydney Univer sity, with what object it seems dillicull-to say. There is certainly need of propaganda work in the University, and also of the study of Socialism; ' but the students, it seems, have begun on such unsound, lines that it is linpussiDio to unco their eltorts very seri ously. ' The lsist paper wsis delivered by .Mr. 0. II. Collins on the history of Socialism. There suit of his studios led him to the extraordin ary conclusion that a universal military training would be a necessary part of every man's education. Mr. Collins, therefore, is not an International Socialist. The University students, if they are seri ous in their Socialism, and many of them, we have no doubt, sire, should «ct in touch with the International Socisilist Party as quickly as possible. If they do not accept our platform they are not' really Socialists, and have no right to tlie name' Socialism is a world movement, wit...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

International Notes. Germany. Tub Sucial-Domncratic, fraction of tin: Ileioh ?. stag have delegated Bebel, Singer and Leile ? hour to represent them at the Copenhagen Congress, while liiehard Fischer is appointed supplementary candidate. The Municipal Government Com mission -; of the Prussian Landtag has received a num I ber of petitions demanding votes for women I for the municipal bodies. One of them I urged that the suffrage be granted to those 1 women who 'own land, and one of the argu 1 nionts used by the petitioners in favor of the ff measure was that it would strengthen the 1- municipal representation of the land-owning Iclass. ? *% On May 7 fifty years have passed since i\ August Bebel first arrived a young artisan in |§Lcipzig. It was there that he first joined If the Gorman Labor movement. The anni Kverbary was celebrated by a gathering of p Leipzig comrades in the Volkhaus. f The Londoner Valkxzcituiuj gives the fol lowing figures, which were announced by Tli. Bonielburg,...

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 — 2 July 1910

The Passing Show. CONDUCTKO 1JY OTi:.S. Oh, the truth that is yet untold ! Oh, the songs that are yet unsung! On, the sud'en igs manifold, And the sorrows 'that have no tongue! ..]. .]. O'Hoilly, Broken Hill, writes-: Ix TKHXATIOSAL, SOCIALIST quite Up U) tllO mark; splendid lighting organ; congratu late you on 'mime. - Hope to see Interna tional Socialists own far larger paper in the near future.' The Bulletin recommends Archbishop : Wright to make Peter Bowling rector of St. .James'. The 'pink intidel ' recommends Peter 'because he is a sober and earnest miin — he wouldn't be- in jail if he wasn't earnest; also he is honest and could abso lutely be trusted with the plate.' Further more, ' he is well-educated, and a good speaker, and his elocution lays over that of the average curate by miles. He doesn't lisp or say that ' Ba'wabbas was a wob bah.' The Labor Party of Australia is closely akin to the Liberal Party of Great Britain, says the recently returned Colonel Lassetter, head ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAUSE SHALL YET BE WON. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

§THE CAUSE SHALL YET BE WON. [Fou Tin-: Intkhxatiox.w. .Socialist ] KY LOUIS KSSOX. Oi'it comrades strove, and we must strive — {Tin1 Cauxe ix m'.ivr done) Will i lusty strokes our hummer must drive The i on home, when the fire'* alive (7V«! Cauxe xhall yet he won.) W« hold no creed, we scorii all caste {Tin: Canxe ix only one), Across Time's Bridals from the bloomy Pa t To the golden Future we're, marching fast (The Canxe ix jnxt beyun). ? New comrades come from every port {Tim Came ix jnxt beyun), Our banner-! wave, our trumpets snort, For we shall hold the Future s fort {Tin: Came xhall yet In: iron). The Workers' host lias power and worth {The Cai(xe xhnll yield to none) To win the world, to bring to birth New hope of man, fre.-sh joy of earth ( There it no (Jame hut one). The work of all shall l-e wealth of all (The Cauxe ix jnxt beynn). Anil none shall ri.se from a brother's fa 1, And none be master, and none be thrall {The dime xhnll yet he iron). Labor shall come into its ow...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Class Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

The Class Theatre. JSV LOI/IS KSSOX. ' Tile Ihculrts is irresistible, organise the theatre!' Matthew Arnold's dictum applies with .special force to Australia. Than the drama there is no more potent influence for ffood or evil.- ~We know what a noble part the' drama' played in Greek culture, when thirty thousand people would Avitiiess a, masterpiece, of Sophocles ? or- -Euripides;- we know- what' power if'held, -what a stimulus it was to the imagination o'fKngland', in theShako sperian era; we. know also, what a poor and- pitiful .thing it has become in our commercial civilisation. ''' ? ' Forgooi'l-or'cvil -the 'drama, exor cises a powerful influence 'in mould ing the destiny;6f a nation.-. .Bernard Shaw,. I. think,' pointed out. thai most people take their.cuiTent'mo'ralit-y,or immorality,' from the theatre. And it is extraordinary how an art that was once sacred should have degen erated to such an extent that, in Syd ney and Melbourne at any rate, h is little more than an aid to t...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Socjajist Official Organ. of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. trader the control o£ Joint Executives, ' .,???; .International. Socialists. . H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-strcet, Sydney. Headquarters : 274 Pitt Street, Sydney. All Business Communications to be addressed to. the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— 4s. per year ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand— 8s. per year ; 2s per quarter. Other Countries— S-s per year ; 2s per quarter. The International Socialist will be sent FREE OF CHARGE to Schools of Ark, on condition that it is My filed. . : Obtainable from The. International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. The Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide. Barrier Socialist Group, Broken Hill. The Socialist Party of New Zealand, 'Wellington, and Branches. Mrs. Buttery,...

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MY MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

MY MASTER. [For Tiik Istrhnatioxai. Sociai.im- ] BY TIIK SLAVE. I icavk knelt and fawned to Itsblood-sla'nedh.md1 Ah tin anchorite to his god; I have I m red my back liku a contrite child ; To the. blows of Its cruel rod. 1 1 have feared Its wrath, I have sought Its praise t Like a iraid to a .strong man wed, ?,I have fought for Its cause on a crimson Held i By my comrades' blood dyed red — f Till 'my heart was filled with the shanie that burns & And 1 ached to strike It dead. {Though I wince at the bruises and wound.-) I bear, I Unscarred 1 would not be. |Nor yet see It changed from cruel to kind — I Lest then I'd ne'er be free. |(For a oagod-u - thing that is tended well I Can b ar captivity. ) ?Though It menace my life with the sword, yet I I Must bn'ak from my prison black. *Who cringes and yields to a tyrant's will ' Hiall never a tyrant lack.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

International Socialist Glub. The half-yearly meeting of the above will he held on THURSDAY, JULY uSw!. tend '1Wllber*Hre 'Wiitly requested to at _*^-;- Dut'iiMKi,, Secretary. International Socialist Club. a welcomFsocial Wi' ' PeldTl01'°d t0 Co»»'''les Hanson and Mdhmwim at the Club rooms on ? FRIDAY, JULY 1st, 1910. AH International Socialist* invited. ?K. (?«. OuuiiMKL, Secretary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Committee and General Meetings. Tin-: following- meetings will be held nt 274 Pitt street, Sydney, during the forthcoming week : ? Monday, T.ylO.p.in.— Qlub Executive. Monday, S.JJOp.in.— Joint Executives. Monday, !).15 p.m.-r-Orroup Executive.

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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

PRESS FUND. Already acknowledged - 83 2 3 Garlish - 0.0 3 Newman - 0 2 0 Liversidge, sen. - ,0 1 () F. Anseline - 0. 1 . () Schwartz -0,1 0 Laos - .01 () C4. Pohl - 0 2 0 R. Wenzel - 0 'l () Duncan Thotn , .Mackay - *0 1 (j Per O. Jorgcn.sc'.n (Book. 31) — H.D. Is, Shewed 2s. Dunker Is. Total , ? - . () .| 0 T. Woodtli . - . 0' .3 () £38 19 (i Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged v- (i 0 0

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

^ The following resolution was passed at the S.F. A. Conference held in Melbourne , this week-: — 'That tin's conference protests against the continued unjust imprisonment of coal strike ollicials and members, of the socialist procession, and demands their im mediate release, and, further, calls on those members of the New South Wales Parlia ment claiming to be working-class represen tatives to abandon their present futile efforts, which only constitute a political advertise ment at the expense of the men, and deter mine that no further parliamentary busiiit'SH shall be done until the wrongly-jailed union ists have been set free. ? Writing of Tin-; Intkhxationai, Socialist, J. Bhnnenthal says:— 'The matter, con tents, and general get-up of your youthful and estimable paper, is on a par with the best journals this country can produce, which is indeed a good augury tor the future success of the 'International.' . . ? At one time Single Tax reasoning was log ical enough. To-day when th...

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Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. Domain— Harris (chair), Holland, Wilson, Feld hausun, Barrett, Hocking. BATicntsT-STKKi-rr— Hotchkiss (chair), Macdonald, Ha i is, Mrs. Harris. .Waiitin Pj.ack— ,Cass (chair), Hocking, Barrett, The Evening Meeting* will commence at 7. p.m.

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