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Labor and Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910

Labor and Socialism. 11V .1. IILUMKNTUAL. A imjitical comparison of the Labor and Socialist movements in Austra lia, show that the solid historical and economic foundation and erudite knowledge of the Socialist Tarty, must eventually triumph over the well-meaning, but ignorant Labor .1. ill I;) . JL1IU ,1.111 Ull VI WIU UilUUl 1. ill by was the resultant of clashing' economic forces which brought forth men, who, for the first time in the history of Australia, were prepared to obtain sympathetic legislation for the benefit of those who created wealth, but ob tained very little of it for themselves. From 1891 onward the Labor inove mentgradually spread ; it experienced what the ftnc.isilisr, Pavhv is sufl'm-i'mr from to-day: the wilful aspersions, misrepresentations, and abuse of the 'dominant and capitalistic press and their servile tools — the church. The one great benefit the Labor Party has brought about is the educating of the people into the idea that the repre sentatives of the...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Easy Lessons in Socialism. Lesson No. 4.—Adapted. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910

Easy Lessons in Socialism. JJY WILLIAM It. I.MI'l'IXUWKI.L. Lesson No. 4. — Ada pled. Proposition (a): -' complete revolu tion in, the method of producing has taken place in the last fifty years, im proved machines, increased division of labor a nd la rye corporations, making it. possible for the workingm.cn l-- pro duce nine times as much, as' they did it.i'l.ii -lituiva unii Theuk 'was a lime, up to about iii'ty years ago, wliwi niacliinos '\voro low in number, crude and comparatively inferior, and the factories were very small. Hundreds upon hundreds of small shops were in existence, and hand work was the rule and not the exception as it is to-day. .In those days the workingman got a much larger proportion of his product than he does to-day, but he did not pro duce nearly so much. Just about this time the invention of machinery received an impetus on accountofthe extensive use of steam as a motive power. Large factories were built up and there was an increased divi sion of labor,...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910

, The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. roar i'hek. Women it tin1 Social Problem (May Simons) 2d The Kvolution of the Class Struggle ( W. Noyes) 2d Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) 2(1 Wage Labor and Capital (Karl Marx) 2d The .Alan Under the Machine (A. M. Simons) 2d The Mission of the Working Class (C. Vailj 2d Parable of the Water Tank (E. Bellamy) 'd Why L Am a Socialist (G. IX Herron) 2d Science and .Socialism (R. Rives \a Monte) 2d A .Sketch of Social Kvolution (Boyd-Mackay) 2d You and Your Job (G. Sandburg) 'jd Class Unionism (Eugene. V. Debs) 2d The Philosophy of Socialism (A. M. Simon.*) 2d An Appeal to the Young (Peter Kropotkin) 5d Industrial Union Methods (AAr. E. Trautmann) 2d The Scab (Jack London) ? 2d Revolution (Jack London) 2d Marx on Cheapness (Trans. Rives la Monte) 2d Industrial Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) 2d New Socialist Catechism (B. Bax & II. Quelch) yd The Materialist Conception of History (Dog matist) ' . - 3d ' The Wolves (K. A. Wason) 4d...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 9 July 1910

Socialist Literature. Economic At-jriiiiu-nt for Industrial Unionism (Vine. SI. .John) 1(' What Life Moans To Me (Jack London) Id AVImt i.- ii Scab ( A. M. Simons) Id' Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) ? Id Jones's Boy Id . .Economic Foundations of Australian Politics 2d Triumph Under Trust (H. W. Lee) 2d Commercial Morality -d Debate on Socialism (Clemeneeau-Jaiin's) 2d The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d The I'rolctariat (Kuutsky) 2d The Class .Struggle (Kiuitsky) 2d Tlio Socialist Commonwealth (Kaulsky) 2d keonomies of Labor (H. Qnelch) 2d Socialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorge) 2d The Future of Woman -.(H. Burrows) 2d

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We of Adelaide hope that the amalgama tion of the, two Australian Socialist papers will eventuate, and that we will have one good fighting. paper instead of two as-at pre- sent. It- will be far easier for us to' put-all our energies, into securing/subscribers for one paper: -:': '.:; \. ?-.?'? .'..?;, ;;?,_?'. :..;- ?;-;. Adelaide' members are pleased with the de cision of conference on No. 5 of the Declara tion of Principles. We are keen on having nothing whatever to do with any middle class parties, as on this part of the globe they arc fighting us all the way. A few weeks ago Verran, the premier, in a speech lie delivered before the Adelaide Trades and Labor Council, said that if ever the revolutionary movement found a place within the ranks of the Labor Party, it would always be a menace to the Labor movement. At present he is finding that tlie revolution ary movement, as he knows it, seems to be proving rather a nuisance outside the ranks, for Mr. Verran rarely...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

BROKEN HILL. Through tlie agitation on the nonunion ist question there has been- an all-round in crease in the membership of the unions. The. Combined Unions called a mass meeting on a recent Sunday to consider the matter, and a very large crowd attended. After a ?lengthy discussion, a certain course of action was decided upon. A special committee was appointed. The madness of entering' into any agree ment with the mine managers is being espe cially impressed upon the workers. There are. now only about 500 men eni ployed.along the line of lode who .arc not in the unions, and because of the smallnesH of the number there is a danger of the agitation dwindling down. There is a general im pression that these non-unionists will be driven into tlie ranks? by the fear of the in evitable struggle at the end of the year. The A.M. A. meeting on Tuesday before last was. a bit lively. Tlie revision of rules was being considered. The old objective, which declares that Barrier Unionism is to obta...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. SYDNEY JOTTINGS. Fbatckbs of Sunday's domain meeting were three splendid speeches by Wilson, Kiley, and Feldbuson respectively. The large crowd listened to each with intense interest, and warmly demonstrated its appreciation of each speaker's fine effort. comrade h. H. Knight, bearing creden tials from Hunanga, N.Z., was a visitor to Sydney during the past week. He left on a visit to the Bathurst dissrict on Friday last. The funeral of our late comrade, J. Carl son, took place on Thursday last, and was very largely attended by members of the Sydney Coal Lumpers' Union and the Inter national Socialists, who formed a procession in front of the hearse. The Socialists wore red badges, and the wreaths— two of which were from the International Socialist Party and International Socialist Club respectively — bore appropriately-inscribed red ribbons. The remains were interred in the Church of England Cemetery at Rookwood. Speakers at Sunday's domain meeting were ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

Belgium. The number of Socialist votes in Brussels has increased from 57,770 in l!)0lHo (58,000. In Antwerp the increase amounted to 2000, ,

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

Canada. There is a prospect of an immediate strike on the Canadian railways. . ./ Senator Gore has reported to tlie ' UiS. Senate that an an attempt had been made.lo bribe him with an offer of £1000 to_ refrain from opposing recognition of certain land sales in Oklahanm.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Great Change. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

The Great Change. HY ISIIMAKL. Fkom the frying-pan to the fire is a change. Any sort of change bangs monotony. The plagues of Egypt weren' t all locusts. There were other beasties sometimes. Job's little un pleasantness Avasn't all boils, else would he have made lamentation in sorry prose, and would have cursed God and departed this life with great suddenness. ; , We know the value of change. We appreciate it. So up with the curtain, fellow ! Give us respite from the melodrama of Toryism. Let us e'en revel awhile in the comedy of ' 'Labor in Power.' Let us gloat on the spectacle of the bold bad villain of pronounced obesity being sent to grass by the hero in the top- hat and the bowyangs. Ring on the players! ? *? Aha! Observe the great Fisher with the blokes that bound and biff the big weskit of Privilege in the so lar plexis. The first act — the great slaughter scene. Now we shall see, an we will, the triumph of Right against Might. Put away the peanut, and observe the shiny hat o...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

Great Britain. There is a movement afoot to link up the S.D.P. brunches of tlie West of Scotland. A. meeting of delegates of all branches in Glas^ gow and West will shortly be called to con side r ( 1 ) the formation of a West of Scot land Council; (2) tlie running of a candi date and the choosing of a constituency ; (3) the means of raising finance. A writer in Justice says: ' It's a .weary job plodding through all this slosh and slobber over tlie remains of a dead king, but perseverance has its reward. Commend me to Buckhaven Town Council as humor ists of the first water. They have arraigned our B.iillie Connie, on a charge of lcse niajestc, or some other horrible crime, for declining to sign the oath of allegiance to Georgous V. on the occasion of his procla mation. They have taken the precaution to enquire if he is eligible to sit in Council and administrate affairs on drains and ashpits before they proceed to have him hung, drawn, and quartered. And, mind you, all this is being...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
William-wowserism & Wade [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

William-wowserism & Wade BY A.IAX. Brethren, the glorious twelfth is upon us. Every year according to time honored custom the 12th of July is kept sacred to the memory of William the Silent. On that great day the forces of Orangeism gather together with the cry of ' No Popery!' and to revere the memory of William 111. For the benefit of those. avIio are either not Avell acquainted with Wil liam's history or have only read the histories written by zealous Protes tants or prejudiced Catholics, I will briefly narrate it. William Avas a Dutchman who was a prominent prince in the Nether lands fighting for the Protestant cause. He married the English prin cess Mary for political reasons. It Avas said that he Avas indirectly re sponsible for the foolish invasion of Monmouth, he being jealous of the latter and hoping to reap all the ad vantages sucli a mad enterprise might bring. While secretly encouraging Monmouth, he was outwardly loyal, and sent troops to help James 'crush the re...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

Germany. A conference of the youths' commissions held a meeting in. Berlin on the 18th and 19th of April; 124 delegates, who repre sented 129 centres, took part from all parts of the empire. In the Prussian House of Deputies the Social-Democrats presented a motion that numbers 10 and 41 of the Prussian Press Law, which were passed in the days of the worst reaction, should be abolished. Lieb knecht sharply criticised the absurdity of these regulations. The Socialist motion was thrown out, only a very mild one from the Centre asking the Government to alter the conditions to something more suitable to modern conditions being carried. The lock-out in the building trade con tinues and the General-Commission of Trade Unions is appealing for funds. Writing in London Jmlice of the Prussian Franchise Bill, J. B. Askew says:— ' One thing is clear— the fate of the measure is in no little degree due to the magnificent de monstrations organised by the SocialDemo crats. For the future it will not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Reviewer. Socialism or Opportunism? A Review of Mr. Hughes's " Case for Labor." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

The Reviewer. Socialism or Opportunism? A Review of Mr. Hughes's ' Case for Labor.' I1Y LOUIS ESSON. Lahok has been unfortunate in its exponents. Books, which jare .ho books, put together by misguided literary, bagmen beguiled by a too generoup estimate of their own capa city, have recently been issued with pomp and circumstance, and capital ist advertisement, from the bourgeois press in order that the mysterious policy of the Political Labor Party might be brought within the intellec tual reach of all. These gloomy tomes, which even the most conservative trade unionist, in a very desperation of duty, could never have read, have already gone the way of such waste products, to the bins and lavatories and threepenny bookstalls. .Despite these raucous voices Labor remained dumb. So it was with real ardor that we Socialists looked forward to a clear and logical statement of the Case for Labor, the true Apocalypse of Scientific Unionism, in the sacred book of Mr. W. M. Hughes. 'At last,'...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

France. A bill lias been introduced by tlie French , Government, authorising State servants to \ join unions, but forbidding them to go on ; strike ! m A workman named Armand Rclievre has ilbeen condemned to three months imprison Pfiiient for defending himself against the at Pgiaoks of the police on May 22 on the occasion mm the demonstration of Montparnes.se. B Of the reservists who refused, after a BSfniarch in torrents of rain, to pass the night j$|on soaking mattresses, 55 have been con hMclemned to 15 days' imprisonment, eight of Ifwhieh are to be solitary confinement, .and H-10 others to eight days' imprisonment. jlDeyland, wno -s accused of striking Lt. ?Col. Castaign, Lc Due, Millcret and ?Adones, have been taken to the House of ^Detention, and will be brought before a fflleouvt-niartial. f§! Three hundred striking quarryinen of EffljMery-sur-Oise forced their way with their itvives and children into the railway station g»in order to prevent the departure of a train W laden ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

International Socialist Club. The half-yearly meeting of the above has postponed till THURSDAY, JULY 21st, 1910, at S a.m. Business: .Balance Sheet, and Election of Secretary in place of Comrade Druhinel (re signed). '. All members are urgently requested to at tend. K. G. Diujiimkl, Secretary. . , International Socialist Club. Misniljorri' in ;irPi!iiF^TiVlrri'(HR-sti;il to msiko them selves linaiiciiil us curly a.s po.ssi It;. .' '??„' ' . ' Dy onhsr of t. 'e Executive, ' ' :-'? ? ?' K.G. imUHMKX, Secretary. '.. The J.S.O. Liedertnl'el's 10th Anniversary'. 'will be celebrated in the 'Manchester Unity ?Hall, -Gasllerongh-streety on Friday .July Id'. Double tickets, Is o'd; sizigle,.ls4.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

International Notes. United States. Cloakmakkks in New York, numbering 78,000 persons of both sexes, have struck against long hours, hard labor, and insani tary conditions. The employers are sur prised at such display of unanimity. After dragging through the courts for three years, the appeal in the case of Fred. H. Warren, editor ot the Appeal to,-. Jienmn (whose prosecution arose out of the offer of a reward to any person who would kidnap and hand over to the Kentucky authorities ex-Governor W. S. Taylor, wanted on a charge of murder — said -offer of reward be ing based on the Supreme Court's decision upholding the kidnapping of Moyer, Hay-. , wood, and Pettibone), came on for hearing j at St. Paul, Minn., on Monday, May 9. I Warren dispensed with counsel and person I ally argued the points involved. He with drew all the technical objections raised by his counsel, and explained that he appeared in person because counsel were not prepared to conduct the case on the lines he wished....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Agitator. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

The Agitator. JJY TIIK SLAVK. At certain pregnant crises in the history of human evolution, at the eve of revolutionary cha'nges in social organisation, there have: appeared men who, by their fiery zeal and irresistible enthusiasm, have won thousands to discontent and just resentment against the old regime, and finally ignited the smoulder ing iiiqui revolution. i ne- uraccui, i-ru tus, Jesus, Luther, Hampden, Abraham Lincoln, were such as the.so. _ Living, they were tlie butt for the vilifica tion and vituperation of tlie vipcr-tongued. Some were brutally butchered at the gibbet or tlie stake, all were outcasts and pariah's. Dead, avc render these men their full reward of praise and admiration. Heroes and Pa triots, Martyrs and Master-Men, we call them. There are such men among us now ; men who have fearlessly, sacrificed all material interests to enter heart '-.id soul into the great working-class ? movement. Men like Ferrer, Iglesias, Horve, Kropotkin, Wnrrqn, and a legion of oth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOTH OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910

CLOTH Of GOLD. tome spin in the light unrt the. splendor, rtnnc weave in the dark iind tlie cold; 3ut the leant with a touch that i« tender Makes doth of his fane es (if gold, V-i he twines the wide Earth and her glorie.s, Warm love, and t..e passions of men Into poeniH an-l pictures and stories By toil o the brush and the pen. They have tak n the mountain and meadow, The «' ind and the river and rain, The oti.r and the sunlight and shadow, The deep and the drilt of the main; With their hearts they have broidered and bound them, . AVith their hopes they lmvc folded and sped, With the love of their lives they have crowned them, And twisted their faith in the thread. My hand to you, weavers a-weav n-r ! My heart to you, spinners that spin With your threads of love-laughter and griev ng, Your threads of soul-beauty and sin ! Though the world greet your labor with .scorning, In your toil your reward shall ye meet, J'or no i'ong of the star' of the morning As the hum of your wheel is so ...

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 — 16 July 1910

The Passing Show. CON DUCT HI) IJV (TITS. Svunkv Stiiidni/ Time*, whose editorial con tributions to comic journalism liel|) to en liven it Presbyterian sabbath, suggests tlisit in order to carry out. Taft's plan of '' skil- fully meeting Socialism there should be ;i return to the old plural voting system in this country. Univkusal stTi-'is.viK, says tliu Time*, is urri.rc shout ok ? lcx.u.'y! W'liy not, therefore, give tlic married man two votes and one with a fam ily — a limit in nunilicr .to be lixed — at least three!' Now, if the editorial old woman who sweeps this blatant Sunday scullery could really be taken seriously, it might bepointed out that as a great number of Socialists arc married men, and the more family a man gets the more curtain he is to think mi So cialistic lines, if he thinks at all, in creasing his voting strength will only assist him in his laudable desire to get up and jump on the Fat Tilings the stupid, greasy timitidy Time* holds most sacred. The Stnuhw Tim...

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