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TEN LITTLLE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

TEN UTTLLE CHILDREN. Ten little children working in ti mine, One was blown up in the air, then there were nine. Nine little children through the factory gate, One was caught in the machine, then there ...... were eight. Eight little children in the. sweat shop ? . driven, One of them pined away, then there were seven. ' Seven little children, orphans in a lix, One of them starved to death, and then there were six. Six little children in the glass works strive, After the explosionthen there were five. Five little children in department store, One got consumption, then there were four. Four little children go to work in glee, Trolley killed one of them, then there were . three. Three little children in the mill did stew, One caught pneumonia then there were two. Two little children nil the spindles run, One inhaled cotton dust, then theie wns one. One little child forlorn skipped a day for fun, But he was soon put in jail, then there were none. ' Suffer little children to come unto Me...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What is Socialism? [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

What is Socialism ? I1Y II. M. HYXD.MAX. Socialism is a conscious endeavor to substitute organised co-operation for existence in place of the present anarchical competition for existence, or the system of social organisation uaiuumieu iu i.m ing uius ;iuuuu. This definition, though it gives, perhaps, adequate expression to the active and practical side of Socialism, leaves out of account altogether its theoretical basis. . From this point of view, Socialism is an attempt to lay the foundation of a real science of sociology., which shall enable mankind, by thoroughly understanding their past and present, to comprehend, and thus, within limits, to control the movement and development of their own society in the near future. Consequently Socialism in its wide sense is not, as, is still commonly thought, a mere aspiration fora better state of society, still less only a series of proposals to mitigate the evils arising from the present social ar rangements. Modern scientific Socialism es...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

PRESS FUND. Already acknowledged - 3(5 7 (5 Per II. K. Holland (Book 20)— Arlhv.r Iiudd, Portland, 2s - 0 2 0 Per 0. Jorgcuscii (Books :-I-:V-) St:u:ki.;lberK 2s, Hulten Is, H. I). \r. - - - 0 I 0 PerC. Kel.llinscn (Book :»)— R. H. -Jr?, LihisIs. - . - . 0 :|- 0 Garli:-li - - - 0 0 (- K. Welzel - - - 0 ' t ?.'() J.TIieiss - - - 0 I 0 K. Wclzel - - - 0 1 0 Livi-rsidge - - - 0 1 0 Diwlcrik.-: - - - 0 10 £:57 2 0 Advanced ;\n LiMn*. Already acknowledged . - (5 0 0 Total - - -l:l 2 0 All communications to be addressed to O. W. Jorgensen, secretary, Press Fund Com- mittee, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

SYDNEY JOTTINGS. All propaganda' meetings on Sunday were abandoned, owing to the continuous down pour of rain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A. News & Notes. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wk had to abandon our outdoor meeting last evening on account of the inclemency of the weather, but wo had another good meet ing in the Botanic Park on Sunday afternoon, and from the enquiries made and the liter ature sold after the meeting, we feel confi ueiifc oi naving » goon uguiing party in we immediate future. Next week we hope to have our party room going, and already vi sions of a Socialist Sunday-school, Sunday night meetings, and other good things, arc looming in sight. In fact, to use a vulgar ism, we are getting right into the joke, as things are going just as we could wish. At present, unemployment is on the in crease in Adelaide, and the workers here are already postering the life out of Premier Vcrran for free fares to work, free tools, Ss a uay minimum wage, ami all manner oi things. The United Laborers' Union, a fairly mili tant body, has already had half a dozen de putations to the Premier on various matters, and he see...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Labor Paper & Its Blackleg [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

A Labor Paper & Its Blackleg HY THE K AW A ROOSTER. .South Australia— the land Brother Yerran rules ovei — has a daily Labor paper. They call it the Herald. The Herald employs people. South Australia also has an incon venient body known as the United Laborers1 Union. Not a respectable, god-fearing union, you know. But just an iconoclastic, aggressive, militant concern that wouldn't hesitate to jump with both feet on the bosom of John Verran's protruding waistcoat if it guessed the exigences of the situation de manded it. AVell, this meddlesome union discovered that the Labor Herald had taken to ilH bosom a man who had scabbed on the fruit-growers' employees at Renmark during the recent strike. So the U.J,.U. resolved that it would not give the Herald any more printing or advts. or news or any other old thing while the scab remained. The Herald appointed Labor-members Illuniloll and Styles to plead its case before the U.L.U.— and this is where a real funny story begins. Blund...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Spain. Ferrer, be:ng dead, yet spcaketh; and great anti-clerical demonstrations have been held at Madrid, Saragossa, and other cities. Four thousand women took part in a demon stration at Barcelona.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Abolition of Voting by Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Abolition of Voting by Purchase. ? * ? Wk shall follow with interest the fate of the motion of which Senator Arthur Rae has given notice, providing for the abolition of monetary deposits by candidates for the Federal Parliament. The money deposit is one of the most infamous political tricks yet worked against the Socialist Party. It really means that no minority shall have the right to give political expression to its views and aspirations unless it buys the privilege with money. To be compelled to purchase the right to cast one's vote is worse than an out rage, and ought to be repugnant to any de mocratically-inclined community. It would have been abolished long ago, but for the fact that it told heavily against the Social ists, while the middle-class parties hardly felt the inconvenience of it by reason of the money influence behind them. It will be interesting to watch the attitude of Labor politicians towards Senator Rae's motion. When the first Labor party was returned in N.S.W...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Italy. In the (ilustiziu the Reformist Zibordi at attacks the Ministerial vote of the Socialist deputies, which, he says, has again inflamed the old quarrel between Mi materialism and Anti-Ministerialism, thereby turning the at tention of the party again towards the cham ber, which would be the worst thing for the f **?'* *V ««'*** ?».'* Kilt' {/1I7ILUU lll'l;l Avauli replies, in a leading article, saying that the group only wished by 'its vote to paralyse the influence of the Giolitti majo rity, and that recent events in the Chamber have justified this consideration. If the Ministry went towards the Right, the two Radical Ministers would resign with rdnt. If it went towards the Left, the Socialists would be able to work with regard to social reform. Regarding the ' concentration on the Parliament' alluded to by the Oiunlizlo, Avanti is of opinion that the absence of a clear Socialist conception is responsible for this, as for the over-estimation of Parlia mentary action in general....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Decadent Unionism in N.Z. Arbitration Indicted. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Decadent Unionism in N.Z. Arbitration Indicted. I1Y WATKKSIDHIt. An'Bii the 1890 maritime strike Unionism in New Zealand was practically dead. Wil liam Pember Reeves brought forward liis Conciliation and Arbitration .Bill, carried through Parliament by the energy of the late Premier, Richard John Seddon. No part of N.Z. 's. Labor Code excited more at tention in the colonies than the Industrial Conciliation Act of 181)4. Its experinientiil character was shown by the frequent neces sity for amendment. With three amending Acts it was consolidated 'm 1 000, and further amendments culminated in the Compilation Act, 1905. Since then it has been frequently re-hashed, and many more amendments may be expected in the near future. Whether this legislation has proved success ful in effecting the purpose for which it was principally designed, namely, the substitu tion of the authoritativc'prineiple of arbitra tion for ' the strike and lock-out, in settle ment of trades and labor disputes, is a q...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Norway. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Norway. Dr. Halvadan Koht, Socialist, has been appointed professor of history at the Univer sity of Christiana. Koht is the first Social Democrat to obtain a professorial chair at this University. In his scientific work he has not only shown a thorough all-round knowledge, but has had the courage to hold his own opinions against the official view. He has also written a short histnrv of flic Socialist movement in Norway, which is con tained in the work published a few years ago under the name of tiocial-Dcmokrndcis Aarliundmlc. Women's general suffrage' for municipal elections is now finally decided upon. The Landsthing unanimously accepted the deci sian of the Odclsthing on this point. As in the Odclsthing, so also in the Landsthing, Councillor Arctandcr objected to the exten sion of women's suffrage on the ground of the Socialist peril, against which bourgeois society must, he said, use every means in its power to protect itself.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. I'm- iflilniul !-,? Hi,' /irliv nf all ij'itir urallh, (loot) (Inil! n-f hinv pniil it in full. As tin1 result 1 if a collision at St. Peters, (ieorjn' (Jurnsley Imil his .skull fractured. The horse in1 was- tlrivinj; was killed. Jiiim'- Lainj;, electiieal employee at the m-w market;* in Kngine-slrcet, fell from it ladder ;i di. tance of -Kill, and sustained a fracture of the rijrht MM I.* 1(1 IiiUIjIm.! Ill 111 I'll Ik' fit III.* lilt* Walter Thomson, curler, sustained concussion of Mm lirui'i tlirnuuli I iimiijj thrown frmh'u lurry at A eluide Co.'s (.Jrafion wharf, Sydney. 'William Conrick, .shunter, .was run over by a train at Harden, and had his rij?lit foot i-e.vered. .Mick Aulil, brass worker in the railway depart ment, w a* struck in this eye, by a |-iei-e' of hra.-s while working the lathe. Jle sustained painful in juries. Herbert, Copeland bad his skull fractured while working on t. .e steamer Imianijucka, Darliii',' 1...

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Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Austria. Dr. Adler and Seitz in the Chamber of Deputies, are demanding meal-time inter vals for workers in forges, 24 hours' Sunday rest in the mills, and acceleration of negoci ation for commercial treaties with Servia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Argentina. Thanks to Adler's efforts, an extra sum of ^UU.UUO crowns lias been allocated for fac tory inspection. Beer, Socialist deputy, de manded prohibition of the use of lead in cer tain industries.

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Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. Domain* — I)enforcl ( chair), Koldhuseii. Wilson ? ., ilocking, Kiley, JJi-\ Harris. Gorr.itfi:.\'-STiti:i:r— lade (chair), Wilson, Jlrs. llar'-i-j. . , \ . Martin 1'i.aci:— Ha ris (cbiiii-),.lliley, I'Vldhuseii, Hockingi The Kvonini* Meetings will commence at 7. There is trouble in France over the judi cial murder of Liabuuf. Policemen arc bo ing-slal.bed by way of revenge. I

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Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Great Britain. The latest report of the Superintendent of the Fishery Board for Scotland, states that in 20 years fish taken by line on the east coast fell by nearly 49 per cent. An industry that supported 2.r)0,000 people in fishing villaees from the Firth of Forth of Storno way in the far north is completely shattered. Boats are being laid aside or sold, and the race of hardy fishermen is being absorbed in the struggle for existence amongst the skilled and unskilled workers, or as wage earners on the trawlers and drifters that have driven them out of their vocation. To make matters worse, the owners of the drift ers prosecuting the herring fishing have been displacing British fishermen by Dutchmen and others, and cutting down wages.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Passing Show. CONDUCTED BY OTUS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

The Passing Show. | CONJniCTJiD HY OT1JS.' ' Tkoublk still looms, at Josiah Thomas's sweat-shop. . The mailmen are seething with discontent. They work 12 and 14 hours a day, and although they deputationised La bor- meinber. Thomas some time ago their case has received scant attention. Some of them Have not oven ocen paiu tno overtime due to them.- This paper would like (o point out to the sweated G.P.O. men that they can get all they ask for hy adopting militant tactics. . Let theni notify Air. Thonitts'that tliey will, down tools on a given date unless tlioir demands' are conceded. The Mbor Party can't afford to have a strike of it* employees at this juncture — and therefore, a 'strike would ? not be necessary. All the same,- let the employees lie prepared to see the matter through if Mr. Thomas should decide, that a strike is necessary. Pars: from' the Appeal to Jieuxon : Socialists -want free access 'to the means of life and 'to opportunity for toil for every living human being. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHERE IS THE FLAG OF ENGLAND? [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

WHERE IS THE FLAG OF ENGLAND? And the winds of the world made answer, North, south and oast ami west; ? 'Wherever there? s wealth to covet, Qc land that can. . e possess'd: 'Wherever are savage races To cozen, coerce and scare, Ye shall lind the vaunted ensign ; ' . For the English ihig is there ! ? ' Ay, it waves o'er the bla/.iinj hovels Whence African victims Hy, To be shot by explosive bullets Or to wretchedly starve and die! And where the beach-comber hurries Isles of. the Southern Sea, At the peak of his hellis't vessel 'Tis-the English Hag /lies free. ? Tlui'Maori'full oft hath eur.ed it, ' 'Witir his' bitterest dying breath; And the Arab has hissed his hatred As ho spat at its folds in death. The hapless fellah has eared it ,.OuP|L'cl.i«l(-KebirlM parched plain, Ann the 'Zulu's blood lias dyed it ' ' ' ? v 'With a deep, indelible stain. It.has floated o'er scenes of pillage, It has flaunted o'er deeds of shame; It has waved o'er the fell marauder As he .ravished with sword a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cultivating National Sentiment [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Cultivating National Sentiment BY DANDELION. 'There are three things, young gentleman,' said Nelson to one of his midshipmen, ' which you are constantly to bear in mind. First. you must always implicitly obey orders, without attempting to form anv oninion of vnur own ''rf-«n«r«t.in.«r their .proprietj'; secondly, you .must consider every man your enemy .who' speaks ill of your king; and, thirdly, you, mad hate a Frenchman a* you do the devil.' Nelson was cultivating national sentimentin the navy ; other paytriots' ) were cultivating the same stupid sen timent in the army, and were cheer fully aided by innumerable other cultivators in the pulpits and schools. In the continental countries the rulers also cultivated the same idiotic sentiment; and, the history of Eur ope shows, by its tales of Avholosale murder by command of kings and rotten governments, what was the nett result of their cultivation of na tional sentiments. Whilst the ignor ant, patriotic Englishmen hated the 'Johnny M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper 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-strect, 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— Ss per year ; 2s per quarter. The International Social M will he sent FREE OF CHARGE to Schools of Arts, on condition thai it it 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, newsagent, nea...

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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Germany. The Vorwartx publishing department has just produced a small book of reminiscences of the poet-revolutionist Freiligrath. It contains his portrait and that of his friend Hasenclever, a short sketch of his life, arti cles by Kurt Eisner on 'The Poet in the Revolutions,' by Bernstein on Freiligrath's relations with Marx and Engels, and by W. ltlitunn Fri»ilii»rii.t.li sinil K«wiii.l..ni»ivini»rsii-V ' There are many illustrations, some of which were supplied by the only surviving daugh ter of the poet. The price is 20 pfs. — Jus- tice. A Bill has been brought into the Prussian Landtag to add another three-and-a-half million marks to the fifteenandthreequar ter million (about three-quarter million sterling) civil list which the Kaiser receives as King of Prussia. The demand is based on the great rise in prices which is taking place. In an article in the Xeuc Zrit (May (i). Lipshutz points out that in a report re cently issued most of the incomes of the German workmen's familie...

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