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Pilfered Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
Pilfered Pars. The United Shoe Shining Co. is the latest addition to the ranks of the Trusts. It has a capitalisation of l,500,(X)0 dollars, and has already obtained opinions on the most desira ble ' shoe-shininir narlors ' . and stands in New York City. It will also clean and refurbish hats, and will be conducted on the same prin ciples .as the 'chains' of.restau-; rants and cigars stores now.-trustifie.cl. [ A New York grand jury, composed' of local capitalists, refused to obey the instructions of the judge who had1 ordered them to find .indictments, against the Building Trades Em-; ployers' Association on a charge- of i conspiracy brought by a labor.union. The judge inflicted the severest pun-: ishment possible by discharging them. : A Telephone Trust with a capital-; isation of half a billion dollars has' been legally incorporated at Albany,' N.Y. It is the second largest com-1 bine in the country. One of the Pittsburg aldermanic; boodlers who was sentenced to three years impris...
Target Practice. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
Target Practice. 1!Y ISIIMAKL. ?Theke's no need for .-undue haste,' said the dog to the tleeing rabbit. I v liave seen an inspiring sight. '.Twas.a. callow cad-.ette o/Iic'er in full plumage. ,Ho was=toaching his com mand the gentle art of cheering. 1 hearkened to the words of his mouth and heed gave unto the* utterances of ?his tongue.' 'Hip-pip-pip-Hooway ! jHip-pip-pip-Hoowny! ' I struggled .madly with an overwhelming desire to join him in his screech. 1 fairly itched to,, be allowed to follow the 'deahchap.' to glory. Behold ..with what nonchalance he picketh his teeth in the face of the howwid sudden bang of the blank cartwidgo. Let us prepare for defence, 0 people ! Let us frown darkly and look fierce. Let's gut chock 'full of bullets! ' ' Hoowah ! H oo wall ! Hou way. ' ' It is better to keep moving even in the rut than to pull oil' on to new ground and get hopelessly bogged. Those that are on the most intimate terms with the devil are generally the most ready to slander him....
Editorial Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
Editorial Brevities. A Liiskwal and Heform man who witnessed the recent League football match against the Englishmen said that when the free figh: paut, of the business started he almost imagined he was back at Archdale Parkhill's Liberal and Reform meeting to upset David Storey's political apple-cart at Rand wick. Dowell O'Reilly, ex-Wadeite M.L.A., is now out as a Labor can didate. The L. P. ' s policy is so much similar to that of the coercionists that a step from one side to the other re quires no effort whatever. There is a burst-up in the King Labor League, where the selected candidate is Mr. J. J. Morrish. Mr. Morrish once ran as a Senatorial So cialist candidate, and later deserted the Socialists for the Labor Party. TheP.L.L. people allege that Mor rinh is too socialistic — and a section is out after his scalp accordingly. They 'are coins: to run a Labor candi date in opposition. Mr. Morrish might have been a happier man if he had never ceased to travel the straight and nar...
Easy Lessons in Socialism. Lesson No. 3.—Adapled. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
Easy Lessons in Socialism. ?HY WILLIAM II. l.KITINGWiil.K. Lesson No. 3. — Adapted. Proposition (a): Production, under the 1 1 resent system is for profit, anil not for use, the use value of (he thing pro duced being a secondary consideration. That the above slalomont is truo is appuruntlo ovisn the dullest of minds. Can, you think of any good reason , why au article of food should be adul terated ? Did you ever notice an ar ticle of clothing that was made of the cheapest of shoddy, or a piece of fur niture made of cull lumber ? Is this not because the manufacturer can make a little more profit than he could had he used the genuine arti cle ? I tliink you will agree with me on this score. ProposiUm, (/-) : Profit is the differ ence between, (he cod of producing and distributing and. tire'. felling )-rice;. and signifies that the worker received only a. small portUm. of the value of hisjiro ditct. - . This proposition is a little harder. The workingnum who produces an article, or rat...
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For if hi owl hr Ihr prirr of nil ijmir imtllh, (land (iml! ur htm' paid it in full. While shunting at Wolseley on Friday, a porter, George Dedman, fell on the rails from a moving truck. One wheel went over his leg above the knee. Early on Friday morning Patrick; Donaldson, while going under the: Fremantle wharf to secure a dingy, fell into the water, and sank. The body was recovered by dragging. Thomas and William Matthews, brickcarters of St. Peters, were cart ing furniture along Edge ware-road in that suburb on Saturday when the horse 'bolted. Both men were jolted from the cart, .and Thomas Matthews had his -.thigh broken, j .while his brother escaped with abra sions. Sone time ago Alexander Wrightj met with an .accident while .working; at Mort's Dock. He died in JM main Hospital on Saturday from lock-, jaw. . ;' A man named Bennet, employed! at the new Clifton railway siding, was seriously injured. . through a plank falling ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 2 July 1910
_^odaKsniltegih^ . — j- Hcimoinic Argument for Inihi.--tr.flil Unioiu.-iii (Vine. St. JoluO ( Id What Life Means To Mo (Jack London) Id What is a Seal) (A. M. Simons) p. Id LulxiV Movement in Russia (Sviatlow.ski) Id Jones's I'.oy . . 1(l Kconomie Foundations of Australian Politics 2d Triumph I'ndcr Trust (II. W. Lev) 2d Commercial Morality s ? -« Debate, mi Socialism (ClemeneeaurJaure.O 2d The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d Tin- Proletariat (Kautsky) / 2d The Clans Struggle (Kautsky) ' 2d The, Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2d Economies of Labor (H. Quelch) 2d Socialism and tin; Worker (P. A. Sorge) 2d The Future, of AVonuin (II. Burrows) 2d The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per dozl tost Fitin:. AVonien & the Social Problem (May Simons') 2d The Involution of the Class Struggle '( W. NoycS) 2d Revolutionary Unionism (Kugcne V. Debs) 2d AVa^e Labor and Capital ( Karl Marx) ? . 2d The Alan Under the Machine (A. M. .Simons) 2d The. Mission of the Working Class (C. Vail) 2d I'n...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Through a mistake at the printing ollice T. Woodtli was in last week's paper credited with Ms. This should have been omitted, reducing the total to ;£:-? His (id. Premier Wade loudly complains of the talseliooils tola about him in connection. with the workers. There's no need to tell any lies on the subject. All that needs to be done is to keep to the strict truth. The only truth is this : Wade jailed the workers, call ed them convicts, and they were placed in leg-irons. Nothing more is wanted. — Seta- letter. The resistance of the simplest matters and the most obvious demands confirms the old principle founded inexperience, that no ruling class can be convinced by muxoiiiiui, until the force of circumstances drives them to sense and to submission. This force of circumstances lies in the development of society, and in the increasing intelligence awakened by this very development among the oppressed. The class-antagonism grows, niore and more pronounced, visible and sensible. Along t...
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
PRESS FUND. A I read v acknowledged - 33 l(i b' Bauer - - - 0 10 Ziniinerinar.il - - ' 0 2 0 Pamplon - - - 0 2 V- (Jernii - - - 0 ] 0 Uvorsidgc, sen. - - 0 1 0 Newman - - - 0 10 Kourt - - - 0 1 0 H. Wenzel - - -010 Loos - - - 0 1 0 Per (). Jorgcnsoti (Hook ;-0) — \\\ Winkcl 1, A.M. Is, H.D. Is, S. Hotter 1s, Shewed Is. Total - - - 0 5 0 Per H. K. Holland (Book .1-1)— ' H. ISilluspio (Adelaide) os, P. Pantaiio !.«. Total - - 0 I 0 -£;JI 17 0 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - (5 0 0
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For if blood be the. j/rire. of nil ijour wealth, Good God! we lion: poid it in full. A iiAiuv.w .shunter, Lance Seanlnii, was knocked do n !-y mi engine in the. central railway .station yards, 'ilia head and left thigh were, badly in jured. .Tallies Thomas, coal lumper, was ascending a ladder lea' ling from tin; hold of the vessel Marian AVnrntaiili» mi ATnndHv wiinn ln» s'lttmcd silt fellil (list nice of Hi feet. His right lcjj was iract'ired. A la 1 of 1-1 named Wilfred O'Donnell was rim ning in cow.-! at; JJowraville on Saturday, when the hor.-e, he was riding reared a d fell upon him, bad ly fracturing his right, leg. Tin1 accident oceti red two miles from the homestead, and the hoy wits lying iii fearful pain for nearly an hour before he was discovered. Alfied DiHbrd, a lad of I'), a spragger in the Hebbuni Colliery, fell from thepif top to the road way, a distance of 25 feet, on Friday afternoon, anil sustained concussion...
A Child of Lust. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
A Child of Lust. I1Y If. K. HOLLAND. 'Ink Labor Party is not the child of love; it is the child of lust!' This Avas the genius-flashed phrase that fell from the lips of Chas. Feldhusen at Sydney Domain meeting last Sun day — and the truth of it was recog nised bv the audience. The Labor Party of to-day is not the. love-child of Revolutionary Industrialism; it is the product of Political Lust. For substantiation of such an assertion one has only to peruse the Labor Party's official list of candidates recently is sued. Of 04 candidates selected more than half are either large or- small exploiters of Labor, while many are men who have either actively or pas sively opposed the Labor Party on the political field at varying periods during the past 20 years, and who now, because of the Political Lust which consumes them', have cast aside all their previously-declared scruples in order to accept the Labor Party's endorsement. Four are lawyers; some arc or have -been publicans and sinners ; ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Fred. Uiloy and Harry Den ford, the South Australian delegates.- to .the S.F.A. Conference, were farewellcd with a social on Tuesday, June 21st. Camrades Gillespic, Bennett, Swindley, Langridge. Kimber and .Miss Trcmaiuu spoke culogisticall.v of the work done lor So cialism in' Adelaide by the departing com rades. Comrades Riley and Den ford ro shonde'd. A program was provided by Comrades Moyle, Gillespiu, Mrs.. Tibbits, Misses 101 bor'ough, Walker and May Collins. Com rade (loo. Madgwick acted as secretary. Refreshments and dancing concluded a most,'; enjoyable evening. George Howard and J. Pope, of Broken Hill, passed through Adelaide this week bound for Ballarat and Melbourne respec tively. The Saturday evening meeting con tinues to have a large attendance. It is hoped that rooms will be secured shortly for party headquarters. ? The Wulclniuiii prints 'Some stories, of the late king.'1 And they are. Mrs. Tyler Morse, of New York, ? has founded a school for the tr...
Laborism in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Laborism in Queensland. ' IJY ALK. UX.SKN AND K. II Kl'XZK. Tiik history of the labor movement in Queensland is- in many respects similar to that of the other Australian States. Being the younger sister, it is but natural that the conditions economically and politically here are somewhat behind those of N.S.W. and Victoria. Although various' attempts have bodti Hindi! diirinc the last 20 years to or ganise a Socialist Party within the Labor movement, they have all proved failures. The last of these, the S.D. Vanguard, after a chequered career has now put up its shut ters. ' Boring from within ' has been well tried here and proved absolutely hopeless. The editor of the Melbourne Soci.alht should make a note of this. Let us analyse the cause of it. Political movements are the reflex of eco nomic conditions. They are brought into existence by them and die. after having outlived their usefulness and conditions have changed. The Labor movement as wo have known it hero in Australia is doo...
S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. It has been decided to give books to the value of '-s (to be selected from a list to be specially prepared, including the Litera ture Committee's list) to any comrade or friend who secures ;£l worth of prepaid subscriptions during one quarter. Particu lar.- in a later issue. Receipt books will be forwarded to those willing to canvas under thi- conditions laid down. l omraues Kcluhusonanu Hanson wore re leased from Darlinghurst Jail on Thursday of last week, and were accorded an enthusi astic welcome at Headquarters on Friday evening. A promised report of this function failed to reach us in time for this issue. We hope to print it next week. Sunday's Domain meeting was a splendid success, the crowd being much larger than usual. The speakers were enthusiastically applauded, and quite a number of questions -u'iivo .icL'ml nt. tlm ft inf.hmirm Very successful meetings were held at ?Martin Place and Bathurst-street .on 'Sunday evening. AH moe...
Socialism in Australasia S.F.A. Third Annual Conference. An Epoch-Marking Event in Australasian History. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Socialism in Australasia S.F.A. Third Annual Conference. An Epoch-Marking Event in Australasian History. This year, the Annual Conference of the Socialist Federation of Australasia was held in Melbourne. The fact of the Labor Party's accession to office as 1he ruling party, and many other rw\lifi(.n1 ni-wl inrlnat.VHll rhwrdnrmifillts. made this year's Conference bjr far the most important yet held. In a later issue (next week, if possible) we purpose reviewing the situation as disclosed at Conference at some length. FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, JUNE 25. Conference was called to order at 11 o'clock at ;he Empire Hotel, La trobe-street, Melbourne . The secretary of the Socialist Party of Victoria, Li. S. Ross, briefly wel comed the delegates. Credentials were received as fol lows : Socialist Party of Victoria (Melbourne) — R. S. Ross, A. K. Wallace. International Socialist Party (Sydney) — J. Wilson, .1. E. Greig. Barrier Socialist Group (Broken- Hill) — T- Inmli J Pnni Socialist Party of So...
Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Italy. The Roman branch of the SocialDemo cratic; Party has passed a resolution against ,hc vote of confidence in the Ministry given by the representatives of the Socialist Party in. Parliament, 'and against the attitude of the Acmiti. They demand that a special Conference of the party bo immediately sum moned.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910
Answers to Correspondents. W.A.U., Sydney.— Will use later.' ' /E.jJ.B., Vic— Thanks. ?J).O'S., Fitzroy. — Subs, received. Papers forwarded. Thanks. Ajax, Sydney: Thanks. Next week. R'.S'.R.. Melbourne;- V.C.,' Broken' Hill: Received. H.B., Sydney: Next week. U.W., Adelaide: Handed over to Litera ture Secretary. A.U., Brisbane: Received. All other replies unavoidably crowded out un account of Conference report.