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"BRESHKOVSKAYA"—THE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
'BRESHKOVSKAYA'— THE EXILE. (Maiumi: Bki:siikovsk.\y.\, as our reader.- may re member, i.- ii well-known'Russian revolutionist and has recently been sentenced to lift- exile in Siberia, her i-oiiipiiiiiiui, Nicholas Tsehaikowsky, lit-itifr ac ? liiitli'd. Madame Bieshkovskaya ha.s'been a life long and tireless lighter fur Kussian liberty and is. . now nearly /0 years, old. Sin- has already cxperi ... enced tucnty-thr e years of exilu in Liberia, and .yijiiow goes to remain permanently in thai humble iijjjjl.ind of desolation, hunger, aiid'torUire.) :/*|lIow narrow seem.-1 the round of ladies' live. '$. Anil indies' duties in their smiling world, -p The day this Titan woman, gray with ye.irs, i' (.iucsuul across the void to prove hers Mil! 5 Brief are the pains of motherhood, that en I ?, In motherhood's long j iy; hut she has hn ne fi The age-long travail of a cause that, lies ?Still-horn at last on History'-: cold lap. And yet she rests not,; and yet she will not drink The cup of p...
A Word about Socialist Tactics [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
A Word about Socialist Tactics I5Y ALKHED 13XSKX. Tho^e who know the Socialist posi tion knOV that there is a great differ ence between the Labor Party's pro gram and Socialism. The Labor Partv stands for Reform, and Reform is a blind to the working-class. The name of Labor Party we acihrit should mean to represent only the working class; but we also know that the La bor Party's aim is to represent the two classes— the exploiting and the exploited. That is to say, the Labor Party .is in favor of upholding the system of Capitalism and is also in fa vor of abolishing the same system. The Labor Party of Australia is ad mired and hailed by the present rul ing- class, because it is only a hin tlraaice in the road of the working cla§s toward true Socialism. %\k fight ofthfi working class must be a dangerous .fight for Capitalism. Being a -dangerous fight, It mast an | tagonise the power of Capitalism, or else it canno; benefit the working class. Some reforms, it is true, tem porarily bene...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Receipt of Sample Copy of this PSper 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 Joint Executives, International Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarters : L'74 Pitt Stroet, Sydney. All Business Communications to bo addressed to the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— 4s. per year ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand— 8s. i-or year ; is per quarter. Other Countries— Ss per year ; 2s per quarter. The International Socialist will be sent FREE OF CHARGE to Schools of Arts, on condition that it is itily 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. Butt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Socialist Literature. Kcoiioniic Argument for Industrial I/iiionisin i Vine. St. John) '' What Life Means To Me (.lack London) . Id What i.s a Seili (A. M. Simons.) Id Labor Movement in Russia (S.viatlowski) Id .lones's Boy .. . h\ Kcoiioniic Foundations of Australian Politics -d Triumph ruder Trust (II. W. U-e) -'1 ' Commercial Morality , '-'?' Debate on Socialism (Clenienecau-Jaun;.s) . -'d This Capitalist Class, (Kautsky) .,- .: . -' The Proletariat (Kautsky) / -'] The Class Struggle (Kautsky) . --? The Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) -d Economies, of Labor (II. Qnelch) -d .Socialism and the Worker (I'. A. Sorge) I'd -*£ The Future of Woman (II. Burrows.) I'd ? The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. I'OST I--ICKK. Women & the Social Problem (May Simons.) -d The. Evolution of the ClassStruggIe( \V. Noyes) L'd ? Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Debs') 2d Wage Labor and Capital (Karl Marx) 2d The. Man Under the Machine (A. M. .Simons) _'d The Mission of the Working Clas...
THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Melbourne, June, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Melbourne, June, 1910. First I5..W— J. Pupe, II. D.Miford. A. K. Wallarr, 'F. J. Ililt-y. Second lion — J. 1'. Wilsnn, 11. K. Holland, J. E. Greig (cliair), It. S. li.iss, ['. Lainb
FIRST AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. Held at Melbourne, June, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
FIRST AUSTRALIAN SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. Held at Melbourne, June, 1!-OT. First How — W. Marsh, 11. Scott Bennett, H. 11. Champion, V. E. Knenier,' D. A. Gray. Second How— H. J. Hawkins, H. S. Ross, J. P. Jones (chair), Tom Mann, H. E. Holland, E. H. Hillier. Absentees — T. Batho, J. Moroncy.
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Capitalism's Trail. of Blood. ' Or , The'Dignity of tabor: . Fofi-if Ulw\l.ln;.llu ? jirke- of fill iiatir.iccaltli, ? (rood iin'd! nrhdirpniil il in full.) . Wiiii-H four Lascar firemen were inside the boiler of a- steamer at South Shields ?effect- ing repairs, they were scalded to death by a sudden inrush of steam. ? Jessie MePherson, barmaid at the Free mason's Hotel, Broken Hill, while ..serving in the. bar, failed to notice that a cellar door was open, and fell down. As she' fell she clutched at a big hot-water urn on the bar counter, and pulled all the contents- over herself. She was terribly scalded about the head and body. Negus Hunt was knocked down . and run over by a number of full coal skips in the Helensburgh mine on. 1'Yiday. He died al most immediately. While a miner named Miller was working iii the stopes-at the 300ft. level of the Mar vel Loch mine (W.A.), he was killed by a quantity of stone falling. on his head. , ? . Edward Gale, employed in the North mine, Broke...
SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Broken Hill, June, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Broken Hill, June, 1909. First Row— A. McDonell, E. II. Gray, P. Laidler, E. V. Cogan. Second Ro« — Tom Mann, R. S. Ross, E. A. Giffney (chair), A. Borax, 11. Scott Bennett.
FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Sydney, June, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE, S.F.A. Held at Sydney, June, 1!)(),S. First Row— 15. S. Ross, E. H. Gray, E. F. Russell, A. K. Wallace, F. Hy'ett, E.J. Price. Second How — 0. W. Jorgenson, H. Scott Bennett, H. E. Holland, M^rs. Lynch (chair), A. Borax, H. Borax.
Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Committee and General Meetings. The, .following meeting will be lii'ld at 271 Pitt htri-ul, Sydney,' during the forthcoming week :— Monday, 7::!0 p.m.— Club Kxecutive. 'Monday, S.liO p.m. — .Joint Executives. ? ? -Monday, 0.15 p.m. — Party Executive. '? ; Wu'lni'.day, 8 p.m. sharp.— International .-S -i:inl- ?ist 1'nrty— Hnueial I ioneial Meeting to receive ri-nurt of Cimfercjice doleijutw.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
NEW ZEALAND. Joseph- McCabe's meetings at Auckland were triumphantly successful. At each lec ture many hundreds wer* unable to gain ad mission. At Wellington, the sub-committee which has charge of the letting of the town hall, first fixed up a contract for the McCabe lec tures, and then under pressure from outside cancelled the fixtures. An indignant depu tation (which -included Robert Hogg, some University professors, and various others) waited on the Municipal Council, and said things at the Lord Mayor, and in the end the Council decided that Mr. McCabe must have the Hall, and the sub-conimittee had to eat dirt.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Answers to Correspondents. T.J., Riiiulwick.— Yes; in 11)01 ; both tin a Senatorial and State candidate. C.R., Enniore. — Marx puts it this way: 'Surplus value and the value uf labor- power vary in opposite direction. A variation in the productiveness of labor, its increase or diminution, causes a variation in the oppo site direction in the value ot labor power, and in the same direction in surplus value.' B.L., Newcastle.— Neath's resolution, made public since your letter came to hand and also ruled out of order by the Delegate Board, would be the correct working-class attitude. Your Labor Party helped to drive you to an industrial shambles for a political end.. C.P., West Wallsend.— A party that claims to be a working-class party, and still fears to assume a righting attitude, can never be more than a working-class party in name ; only. What you say re the future is true ; but the same thing would be true of any other revolutionary party similarly situ ated. We do not think the pu...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
VICTORIA. Joe Swebleses lectured at the Gaiety The atre on Sunday last on 'The Bible Men ace.' Comrade W. Spangler died suddenly on Wednesday before last. Our Poets of the Revolution, E. J. Brady and Louis Esson, are at present in Mel bourne. Jim Cumin has gone toDunedin, N.Z., to fill a job. ?
John Carlson. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
John Carlson. I1Y II. D. It Avas with the doepest regret that we chronicled the decease of our comrade, John Carlson, or, as he is more familiarly known, 'Jack Carlson,' last week. A native of St- ckholm, Swe den, and a seafaring man, he ar rived in this country somewhere about the middle of the eighties. This scribe met him in the early nineties, and found him at that time at Miller's Point with a ring of mates around him discussing Socialism. His clear exposition of economic questions at a time when Socialism in this country was hardly known was surprising, but a look at the head convinced one that a thinking man was speaking. He would not say much, and he was not a speaker, but every word spoken showed the thought behind it. His utterances Avere concise and uncontradictable. In his Union (the Goallum pers' Union) and among his im mediate work-mates he was es-_ teemed as one of the most straight forward, and all who came in contact with him were compelled to acknowledge his innate...
EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
EVOLUTION. Wiikn you were a tadpole and I whs a fish, Iii the Paleozoic time:, And side by side; on tlio ebbing tide We sprawled through the ooze iind slime, Or skittered with many a caudal ilip Through the depths of the Cambrian fen,, My heart was rife with the joy of life, For I loved you even then. Mindless we lived and mindless we loved, And mindless at last wo died; And deep in a rift of the Caradoe drift We slumbered side by side. The world turned on in the lathe of time, The hot lands heaved amain, Till we caught our breath from the womb of death, And crept into life again. We were Amphibians, tailed and scaled, And drab as a dead man's hand; We coiled at ease 'neath the dripping trees, Or trailed through the mud and sand, Croaking and blind, with our three-clawed feet, Writing a language dumb, With never a spark in the empty dark To hint at a life to come Yet happy we lived, and happy we loved, And happy we died once more ; Our forms were rolled in the clinging mould Of ti N...
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
PRESS FUND. £ s cl Already acknowledged - 34 17 0 Per H.M Holland (Books 14 and 20) — Sehoolim Fox 10s, 11. Jenkins Is, G. Allsopp Kcira, Is, W. A. Edwards, Iveira, Is 0 13 0 Per O. Jorgensen (Book 34)— P. Pantano Is, H. D. Is, Showed Is, Duti ker Is, Blumon thai Is - 0 5 0 C. Jones - - 0 2 (i Sehonenberg, jun. - 0 1 0 Lundgreen - - 0 0 C- C. Brown - - 0 1 6 Newman- - -01 0 O. Straus - - 0 2 G F. Bussman - - 0 2 0 Garlish - ' - - - 0 06 Per 0. Feldhusen (Book 3)— D. Steward Is - 0 10 ' ; £3G 7 6 '? : ? Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged - (i 0 0 When you have read this paper, p-.iss it on to your neighbor.
Open Column. Academic Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Open Column. Academic Socialism. ElMTOU, TllK J NT 15 1! NATIONAL SoCIAL ist, — Would you pardon me a few remarks on your comment published in last issue under the above heading. You claim for the International So cialists and those who subscribe to the platform the, exclusive right to the name of Socialists. ' Yet in an other article on the same page 1. find this statement: 'We arc quite in agreement as to our objective which is Communism . . . but we have strident divergences of opinion as to the best methods by which it may be achieved.' The point at issue between you and Mr. CoJlins. who exoressed onlv his individual opinions, is the necessity for military training in the socialised State. This is what Mr. Collins ac tually wrote : 'Even in the State which approxi mates perfection there must be disci pline. The individual must not be allowed to sin against society. .' . . ... A military force of some de scription must exist for the purpose of suppressing reactionary tendencies. ...
Easy Lessons in Socialism. Lesson No. 5.—Adapted. PROPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 16 July 1910
Easy Lessons in Socialism. UY WILLIAM II. l-KKKINfSWKLL. Lesson No. 5. — Adapted. PROPOSITIONS. (a): It. has Iwn seen Unit nil progr as rime the dawn of civil-sation has ln-en n st-rii-H of da** strug gles '; that t e pre cut struggle is between the capi talist ii'd the worker; ami that the interest.-: of tliese two da s-es are diametrically opposed. (b): The, political parties are the representatives of class interests, and any party wliie. i .stand* for the continuation --t the profit system is essentially n ciipitali.sti ? party, no matter what itn name may be, or what reforms it may propose. (c): That the profit system must of necessity fall. (d): That the revolution which haw taken place in production and which lias greatly increased tin; product of each worker, has bee i brought about by co-operative mei hods and that the only thing which prevents the worker from living in comfort and security, instead of his present poverty, is the private ownership of the means, of productio...