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The Crime of Patriotism [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

/The Crime of Patriotism HY A. I'SSKX. Ovu parents, our grandparents, and all our forefathers have beneh'tted and also been victims of that magic iwword Patriotism — a word that has ibeeii used more than any other for .^equivocation and for untruth — one |of the words through which the most 1 ? blood has been shed. I How often has that word deceived? ' I Low many victims has it made ? Our mothers, impressed by this hateful prejudice amongst many others, have lulled us asleep with patriotic songs ; while on the other ^ide our fathers amused us with war plays. We grew up hearing always of those who lived for war and died on the battlefield. It was so delight ful to teach us to admire those heroes who killed so many of their fellow J$ men. jf In our young brains, instead of * developing our instincts for good, as instincts for love — human instincts, .isthey developed the worst — the in Mstincts to fight, murderous, cruel, \& brutal instincts. Instead of teaching ''$ us to admi...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Russia. The Central Committee of the Russian' Social-Democratic Party, consisting of rep resentatives of the various ' fractions ' and ' nations,' passed a resolution at its last meeting regulating the direction of the party's activity for the immediate future. This resolution was passed unanimously, and demands united action under all circum stances. And as united action presupposes a united organisation, steps are now being taken to dissolve the separate organisations and merge them all into one. Under pre sent circumstances this action is rendered absolutely necessary. The Social-Democrats in the Russian Duma refused the invitation to the banquet in honor of the French Parliamentary depu tation, saying that all such functions to-day arc in reality a plot against other nations, or a coalition of the ruling classes of the different countries against the international proletariat. The real representatives of the latter always refuse to take part in such demonstrations. ' We raise a ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR DAY. BY THE JINGLER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

OUR DAY. uv tiik .iix-;m;k. Who shall say that ont day Is not near ; The writing is now on the wall The throne of King I'lutus. shall lull And l.iln-rty's lijilit shine on all, Pirijrht anil clear. In ofit day, yes on: day, .lust ice shall rail ; No place in the world lor tin; sweater No use for the tyrants' wajre-l'e.ttcr, The .capitalist system a memory bitter. ?Hitler its jjall. In that day, yes oeu day, No slave shall be. ; Dawn tif orit d:ty shall to Freedom »ivi- birth Misery shall then jjivc place unto mirth, And Kros, God of Love, rvifin o'er the earth. Mis people free. i'ANIIKIIII.V.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Woman: Comrade and Equal. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Woman : Comrade and Equal. 11V KHiKXE V. DJvlSS. Till-: Liiiuhii) Siitiivrfiii/ h'rn'rir in ;i recent issue brutally said: 'Mini's superiority is shown by bis ability to keep woman in sub jection.' Such a sentiment is enough to kindle the wrath of any man who loves itis wife or reveres his mother. Ft is the voice of the wilderness, the snarl of the primitive. .Measured by that standard, every tyrant lias been a. hero, and brutajity is at once the acme of perfection and the glory of man. But it is a lie and a, libel. The author of that is mi unnatural son striking his mother, a brutal husband glorying because he i.«abk- to fell his faithful wife to the earth, ;v beastly father beating his daughter with his fists and gloating as she falls because he is stronger than she is. Heal men do not utter such sentiments. He who so prostitutes his power? and' links himself to the chattering ape that wrenches the nock of the coweringr; female, glory ing as he does so in the' Hriito 'Force that i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

France. The Permanent Administrative Commis sion of the Socialist Party protests with in dignation against the monstrous sentence passed on1 Herve of four years' imprisonment for an article the terms of which did not .surpass in violeuce.tho.se of other articles or expressions emanating from other persons and parties. The. Commission ' declares which are proceeded against, defend the rights of the author against a bourgeoisie intimidated by a press which is devoted to the police. , An enormous meeting, organised by Col ? lectivist students, was held recently to pro test against the sentence on Herve. ' A let ter was read from Francois do Pressensc; and the speakers included Auroy', ' Delay, Merit*. Almereyda, .Jules llhry, Jean. Va rcniic and others. - '- '. Alexandre Blanc, deputy for- Vauoluse, was arrested and maltreated during 'the Mi-0nreme celebrations because he was -so imprudent as to make a remark in aiv audi ble voice regarding the treatment meted out by the police to a ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

The People's Laundry, 200 Walker-street, Redfern. Suits washed, (.'li.'itiiucl, and ]-ivs.-im1. All work ?lone by build, l'lirc'cls willed- for and delivered. Charges ^Moderate. A Trial Earnestly Solicited. MARCUS S1EVERS. Euchre Party AND DANCE In aid of the Kltrtioii Fund Debt, will Ik- hold ;it tin' (Hub Rooms, 274 1'itt-stivet, Sydney, on Wednesday Evening, May 18th. X ? , Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Germany. In the Reichstag, on March 7, during the debate on the Marine Budget, the National ?Liberal1 Basscrmann, in supporting the Government, quoted the English Socialists, who, he said, were more patriotic than those of Germany, and voted for the increase of the Navy. Ledebour replied that Sudekuni had that very day received a letter from the chairman of the English Labor ['arty, in which he pointed out that the English jingoes were trying to make people believe that the Herman socialists were supporting the increase in the fleet. In the Reichstag, on March 11, Ledebour and Heine interpellated the Government as to the action of the police on the first oc casion of the Berlin suffrage demonstration the previous Sunday. Ledebour proved that the prohibition of the meeting was quite il legal and an arbitrary act on the part of the police. Dr. Delbruck, the Secretary of State for Internal Affairs, in his reply, limited himself to making excuses, and did not deal with the legality or i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

NOW KKADY. \ S.F.A. Library, X-i. 1. ; The Materialist Conception of History | J?.V ' Udgniiitist,' I Tin- l-'iiu'st Australian Socialist Publication. | TRICK, :!,l. l'iwtwl, 1,1. I Retail in Sydney frmu tin- I.S. (Jnltip ami at all 1 Socialist inui'tings. : | Also fniiii the Vie. .Socialist Party ;, Socialist I Party of South Australia ; Barrier S/oc'iaJis.t Group, § AVboK'jali- from ' '?'-?'???. )i Tin- Socialist Federation of Australia, ;-74 Pitt I Street, Sydney. \- | II. K. Holland, Gen. Sec. | ? Ace. Bihia.v, (Jen. Treas. I SJAPbFQiSr j 1. ' What tin- Ub.,p Party has «,,t f,,r the Politi- % i-ian with (JonmulM.ry Arl.itration-Osl-..rn.- \ ?ark, Gore Hill, the residence nf Mr W Al '; ''Kl'W, M .1'.' ; .iin.1 'What the Labor Kaih- -! i; ?- -M for the \\ orki-r* with Compulsory Ar- 3 hitralioii-Mmers1 MuiM,ms at HnttsbufV & ?1. 'Coal Country Contra^.' -'The ruside.^e of I I, ; -.V11X- l V«, 0\alU-nd Coal Co.), Platts- I Lo. s kstati; at Platt-burg.' . ;| :!' 'wJiT! i1!'1-...

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"Babushka." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

mm^r ! ' BY TOM ijUKM'11. .,WBO.srsal-AY, March !), saw tlie close of a fjynousflriul in St. Petersburg. . *Tvp noble revolutionists were accused of ^cons^Hring .against the Russian Autocracy. ...Theywere tried in the typicalRussian fashion. ..TThe trial was conducted with closed doors. iiiittud in the court. Even the daughter of one of the accused was not permitted to wit ness the trial.' The evidence produced to convict these , two revolutionists was of the Azeff descrip tion:' the evidence of spies and traitors. One witness— Patayuk — who was brough't into court in chains, admitted being guilty of murder and brigandage. As a result of this trial one of the prisoners -?-NicliolasTeluiykovsky — was acquitted, the ' other^-Katherine lireshkovsky — was con deniried to exile in Siberia. . Nicholas Tchaykhovsky had powerful English and American friends. They might tighten their purse-strings if the autocracy did not release him from its pangs. The Czardom occasionally requires money, a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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International Notes. Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

International Notes. Austria. With the - loath of the Buryomaster. of Vienna, Dr. lAiegcr, the Christain-.Social Party has lost not only its prevent leader, .but its founder. It, will be a heavy blow to that party, which could never have been founded nor held together without 'the tremendous persona i ii.,y 01 hub man. xiu soon uiitiur stood that the secret of success in modern polities i.s to be found in organisation, and he managed to organise the small bourgeoisie into 11 political party. Since he defeated the .Sucial-Deinocrat in 1897, he was looked upon both at Court and by the capitalists as the most secure defence against SocialDe mocracy, and as the type of a true patriot who would defend throne and altar from the attacks of -lews, Social-Democrats, and all other enemies.

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The First of May The International Labor Day. Concluded from last week. Industrial Slavery of the Nineteenth Century. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

The First of May The International Labor Day. ny ii. w. i,i:k. Cuiivltulnl from Insl inrlt. Industrial Slavery of the Nineteenth Century. ? Tu rc 'invention, introduction and de velopment of machinery is the great economic fact 'which heralded in the hirth oF the nineteenth century. The enormous increase in the .powers of production thus brought about went unchallenged into the 'hands of the by! trade .union combination and' un- controlled by any kind of factory legislation, the manner in which the newly-developed powers of man over .nature,. were used — :or , 'rather1 abused — constitutes ,sonie,'o'f.1t.he bl.ackest pages in the history of England. Men, women and children were: .lit erally used to make 'fortunes for- the factory lords.' The1. number th'rown out of, employment through' the, rapid substitution of machinery for liaii'd labor served but to increase the .mis ery and degradation of- the mass-of the ''working people. Old laws 'con cerning .the relations between' em ployer...

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Socialist Fables. The Louse that was Hunted. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Socialist Fables. The Louse that was Hunted. A ckhtain Louse that had lived long in a Wad of Hair complained that it was being Hunted. It was a prosperous creature, and a thorough optimist by nature, but it natur ally resented the fingers that were tousling up the hair in an effort to find it. ' The fellow is unjust,' said the Louse. it is 1 wlio have supplied him with an, In- centive to Labor, and made him scratch for, a livelihood. Now lie is Disturbing Busi ness, and if he doesn't watch will Destroy Civilization. If 1 wasn't on his head to make him think of it. I doubt if the fellow would ever know that he had any brains.' Just then.; a great clumsy finger came down on the spot where the Louse bad been con ducting his operations, but the creature was wise in his way, and bad side-stepped. 'It is not really hard to forestall these parties, if you know how,' said the Louse. i '' Now the fellow will punish himself with his nails while trying to get after me, and all I have to do is ...

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The Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTUS [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

The Passing Show. |i *§; i.oNi-rrn:i- iiy ores. „ --{3ia.vtok MiDoo;.ux told tliu Vic. piano } factory proprietor who entertained several j labor members, the otlier day, that ' New '*', South Wiilcs workmen, who were perfectly %iihle to hold their own in everything, were Yvf delighted to sue Victorians progressing under ?Ifgo(-d factory laws.' Now, N.S.W. workmen '^jeoiildn't even hold their own union officials 'gout of jail; and as to Victorians progressing funder good factory laws., what about the Timber Stackers' strike? And isn't it a l.ict that almost every time, a demand is ' y made before the industrial courts, in N.S.W. '~.\ foi increased wages it is met with the ohjec ^ tioii that the wages in Victoria are so low ,'{ that employers here couldn't pay high '*' w.igcs and still compete with the southern !/' employers? And don't the employers here ,1* generally score on that wicket? ^ The AvMniHait Star reassures its timid , capitalistic patrons: ' There are impatient, . vimpc...

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DE PROFUNDIS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

DE PROFUNDIS. ,,. -\S|||kk a kviKiiruil lejjion drifting past, ;-.f$$ll-cyed and purposeless; its heritage '' /SipJJKlxmor and tin1 pangs, (if hell. I see, ' AjWitliin itrf broken ranks, on faces grim, I '?'?4*J'i' ?'tniiip '' hunger and «-f It'll disease, i, 9;. 0^ ''nit «'hicli drag-: man down below the brute. 'ftSt see grim figures liannt tin- midnight stnrt, :^?Like fateful shadows cast upon a screen; i.v.X'iU'ar hic niiriMiess lawgn mai nrowns ii sou, ? ji^kinl tells of woe Ivcncath the depths of tears, .'As that which being preyed on, seeks for prey, And bargains o'er the merchandise of hell. . -f ! ?jyimt liave they done that they are driven forth ??From comfort and the social joys, of man, vFroin love and laughter, all that life holds good; ifiWIitit cur.-)' is on them that ure condemned i'iilTo feed on garbage and the cminlis that fall ;v?$fFrom Nature's, board so plentifully spread? 0§:' YVm. Fiiaskk, in the t.«lmv Lauln: i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

^c|| Jl f rjlbiUh^.c Copy bi: Ui'g Puppr is4an invitation to you to bej|-mcfa Subscriber. The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. 'Under tliu control of Joint Kxirulive.-. IntiTiintioiial SofialisK H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarter.-: 274 l'itt Street, Sydney. .All Huaincss CimimiiniaitiniiK to lie addressed to the Miiiuifier. All LiU'niry (Jommuuimtioii!: to In; addrcs-M-d to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — In. jkt year ; Is. 'jte.r quarter. New Zealand— X*. pur year ; -!s- per (|iiarte.r. Other Countries— S.s pur year ; 2s per niiarler. Tin' [ntmmtioiml Social!*/ will In- anil FliEli Ol'1 CITAItfili Id fkhwlx of Art*, on mmlilion that it ix duly Jilml. ???????-? Obtainable from. The Ititei'iiiitional Houialisfc Group, Sydney. The .Socialist Party of Victoria, Mi-llxmnie. Tlie SouialiHt, Party of South' Australia, Adelaide. Barrier Socialist Group, Broken Mill. Tim Socialist Party of Xew Zealand, '...

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ELECTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

ELECTION PUND. Previously acknowledged - - l'(i 1 1

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THE HARVEST. To the Memory of Andrea Costa, Socialist Deputy in the Italian Parliament. Died January, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

THE HARVEST. To the Memory of Andrea Costa, Socialist Deputy in the Italian Parliament. Died January, 1910. Oxt'K more a comrade toiling through tin.1, yours, Weary in want -if rest hits laid him low In some far land where blossoms ever blow, His spirit flown from life's vain hopes and fears ; And though his name he strange to English ears Yet it Khali live while nations come and go ; A hallowed light shall henceforth on it glow, The while ins comrade.-- shed tlieir Inner tears. Though day hy day onr cause doth stronger stand, Death reaps his harvest, and thus one hy one Our comrades toiling with us hand in hanil, Now in our ranks, are on the morrow gone— Whither we know not, nor as yet shall know Till Death relent le.-s bids us thither go. L. A. Moti.kk, in .Itiitlin:

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Bnildurs' Laborers' Union's demand for it.-: it dsiy, instead of Us as ut present, has been refused by the employer*. At u largely-attended irieetinp nl tilts Union on Friday evening it war- uiniuiinous- ly resolved to inform the employer* that tin1 Build urs. Laborers would not work for less than (-.??. a 1 lay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

Order from ihc Secretary, Literature Commillee, 274 Pitt- f street, Sydney. ^ ~S1A. Post CardsT j I. ' What Ihc Labor P;nlv has got fur I he Polili- i cian with Cmnpiil.-orv Arbilralimi— Osborne ! Park, tone Mill. Hie residence of Mr. W. M Hughes. M.P.' : ami 'What the Labor Fail v has got for Hie Workers uilh Compulsory Ar bitration—Miners' Mansions at Plattsburg. 3 ?2. '.Coal Country Conlrasts.1' 'The residence 01 ' ^Ir. Alex. |;,,.-s (Walls-eml Coal Co.). Plall. burg- : an.l '.Miner.-' Home: on Wallsend Co. s Kslale at Platt.-burg.' ? :'». 'Where Hie Mi ? -.- Live.' 'Pitt Town allM-nd,' ami '-Miners' lloiues.' ?I. 'Th.; Red Flag P.rigade'— jailed for prole-liii- : again:-! I he Coercion Act.,, '-. ILK. Holland— .-cnlcnccd 1,, two years' ban! labor in Alhury Jail for M-dilimi lor a speech in r.mieeiion with the liroken Hill Lockout. ! li. I'.Hi!) Conference Delegate.--. } One Penny F.acl, .\s-o,t,,l Packet.-, (i for -Id. .... . , . Po.-lage Kxlrji. i A\ hole-ali- Iroiii Cem-i-iil ...

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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910

PRESS FUND. £ s d l'reviouslv acknowledged - - L'.'- 11 7 1'er A. Unscii, Brisbane (Hook ±1) — Kurt K;init/. Is, .1. Rulston Is, A. Kalston Is, Socialist Unity .is, Un Sans-l'atrit: Js., One who lost bis Fatherland Is, For the Revolution I V Anti-Militarist If, Against tin1 present system of brutal Killers and Kobljcrs. Is. ? - - - - 0 14 0 Friend - - - - ? 0 0 . fi IVrO. .Jorgcii.-en I Nook :'.:!) — A. Ans.e liue Is, M.Lee -Is, A.M. I.s, ll.D.-is-, I \t. : Wcntiajl Is, ' Duuvaii Is. . - 0 !» 0 Per .1. K. Wilson (Hook I1.:*)— Showed 0 10 ?JV, Hi 1 Advanced as Loans. I Already aek no wledj?ed - - £(i 0 0 I

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