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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

International Notes. | United States. A urn strike of railway employees is immi nent in Pennsylvania. John Snelling, deputy-sheriff of Pennsyl vania, charged with killing a miner at Greensburg, was also accused by the miners of ambushing a man. The strikers threat ened to lynch him. Ogden Armour is a capitalist. He is wanted in a state where he docs not reside, on a charge of conspiracy. The governor of that state refuses to ask that he be brought across the state line to stand trial for His al leged misdeeds. He is therefore secure from prosecution. Moyer, Haywood, and Petti bone were workingmen, wanted in a state where they did not reside, on a charge of conspiracy. They were railroaded into Idaho, under strong guard, kept in a loath some jail for months and prosecuted to the full extent of the law, and the supreme court of the United States declared this kid napping to be, legal. Would the same court render the same decision if .1. Ogden Ar mour, the capitalist, should be kidnapp...

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

Answers to Correspondents. AV.vraisinwi, 'Wellington, N.Z. — Received. Thanks — also for kindly sentiments. T.C.AV., Ranunga, N.Z.— AVill endeavor to pro cure, and forward at earliest possible moment. Baxdki.io.v, Newcastle.— Thanks. Writing. R.S.R., Melbourne.— Received. -.'Writing. J. Blumenthal, Sydney; GeorgcUariow, Haber iielrt.— Next week. ' J.C., Marrickville.— Will .print in due time. AVe have piles of 'copy' awaiting publication, and each item mast take its turn. Your contribution is .somewhat lengthy, and you — and all other con tributors—will do well to remember that contribu tions containing a maximum of information in a minimum of sp.ico stand thu best chance of getting into print. Therefore, condense, and again con dense. . D.O'S., Fif/.roy; Ajax. — Thanks.

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

Challenge to Dr. Dill Macky. In accordance with a resolution carried at Monday night's executive meeting, the fol lowing challenge has been forwarded to Dr. Dill Macky:— '274 Pitt-street, Sydney, July 20. — Dear Sir, — In last week's Sydney Watchman you are reported to have said : ' If ?socialism were allowed to prevail it would wreck the foundations of society, of industry, of thrift, and, worse than all, it would wreck our religious beliefs.' The International Socialist Party hoav invites you to meet a representative from this organisation in de bate in the Protestant Hall, on a date to be fixed, and under conditions to be mutually arranged; you to aflirm, and our represen tative to deny, that.' Socialism would Avreck the foundations of society, of industry, of thrift,' ifcc. An early reply would greatly oblige, yours very faithfully, J. II. Wilson, Hon. Sec.'

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

THE BRUMBIES. There are Hteeda upon in ny a Western plain That have never bowed to bit or rein, That have never tightened a girth or chain. They feed in the bine-grass, fearless, free Ah the curbleHS wind on the bit-less sea, And the life they lead is a song to me. For I know there are those in the world to-day \\ no are jusi sucu renew at heart an th-y, Running uncurbed in the brumby way. Men that have never Ihhui bridle-bound, Bitted or girthed to the servile round, Men of the wide world's stamping ground, Who have wheeled to the Dawn; have kept lone guard When the soft Bush nights crept golden-starred; Kelwls that never the world shall yard. ? — Wll.l, Olill.VIK.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

Thus London Justice: We have re ceived the first number of The. Intrr- xatioxal Socialist from' Sydney. . . It is a bright, vigorous little paper, is edited by our comrade Harry Hol land, and should prove of great ser vice to the cause. State Governor Chelmsford gave his pal Judkins away most brutally at the Central Methodist show. Jud kins had fulminated'against the bru tality of the recent fight and shrieked for the prohibition of the pictures, and Chelmsford 'surprised the audi ence by saying: 'You all have ap plauded the sentiments with regard to the prize-fight which Mr. Judkins uttered. Now, I Avantyou, as honest men and women, to say how many of you refrained from reading the re ports about the prize-fight? I do not think you' can come here with clean hands in the matter unless you denied yourselves that pleasure. ' ' ' Most of the assembled Methodists saw the point, and laughed uproariously at the lordling's exposure of their own hypocrisy; but Judkins' countenance Avas like...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tributing System. 'How long, oh Lord, haur Long." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

The Tributing System. II V K..I.U. liJfuw lomj, oh Lnnl, Imir lour/ f' Onk of the most brutal phases of the capitalist system is that of tributing in mines. Tributing is extensively in operation in Moonta and Walla roo ? -.mines, South Australia.' The methods pursued are those: A notice is posted up on the pit's mouth to the effect that on a certain level there is a section of the mine to be opened iijswn vn ung L-LlL/llUIllg °,7 Olul II.; afc\. J. though there is no ore showing in the face, the men are forced to under take to break the ground and are only paid for that which contains 3 per cent ore. Under these conditions men explore and open up new parts of the mine at no cost to the com pany and but very small remunera tion to themselves. Sworn state ments have been made to the effect that parties of men have Avorked for six weeks, and only received the sum of £3 5s for their labor, whilst others have received even less. Men have been known to come out in debt to the company for ...

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

The Socialist Conference. Some Personal Views. HV If. K. IIOU.AXD. TiiKS.FiA. 1910 Conference was the most important Socialist gathering yet held in Australia. Because the Labor Party— springing originally from working-class organisation and now voicing the politics of the baurtii'Atixic— has come into possession, politically speaking, and with an irresistible majority, so far as numbers' go, controls the destinies of the Commonwealth, so-called. Conferences are held to pronounce upon i'iu{.iuoi(,in uin'iiiuMiig iron' wiu amnations — to decide, as far as may be, the debatable and diverging issues. The 1010 Conference found no dividing lines on matters of fundamental principle. On matters of detail there certainly was a wide divergence of opinions, and the debates on these were able, instructive^ and intensely interesting. = '.' . The strike prisoners release motion, that re the suppression of Sunday lectures and literature, election deposits, the murder of Ferrer, the Labor Party's ...

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

Social Life. HV !?'. S. HAUHKTf. Society to-day is divided into two opposite classes, the capitalist class and the working class; and while on the one hand there is incessantly going on an accumulation of wealth and power into a steadilydiminish ing mmiuei 01 mums, wiere is on wie other hand a constantly growing in security of livelihood for the mass of the wage-earners, and an ever increasing disparity between human wants and the opportunity of acquir ing the means for their satisfaction. Every new advance in the applica tion of labor-saving machinery, which should be a blessing .indeed to man kind, tending as it docs to make the hours of labor less and work lighter, is under our present system of exploi tation just the reverse. In the Social Life of to-day there is a struggle for existence that is daily assuming more gigantic proper- ' tions. The war of all against all is being fought with the utmost violence, and is waged pitilessly with every weapon that comes to hand. Where phy...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

, ' j. W. Fleming, of .Melbourne, is in re ceipt of a notification that .Emma Goldman the celebrated anarchist, will visit Australia '(luring next September. .Mr; Fleming. would like' those, interested to uoiiiimini«ato''\vith l.liiin ;il um.'i.1. ' Jiond thi.s paper. Then pas.-: it on.

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

A Parson on Socialism. The Rev: W. S. Heathcote, preach ing at Maryborough, Q., recently, said, inter alia : Jesus was a Socialist. He made an attack upon the vested interests connected with the Temple, and he Democracy did not slay Jesus. It was quite true that a small section of the people were bribed to clamor for his death, but they did not represent the democracy of that period. Christianity had gone through the experience of having accidental and incidental things attached to it. . . . They were taken up with all the mi nor things; they had, as Jesus said, paid tithe of mint and anise and cum min — they worried over vestments and colors and lights, and ritualism, and trifle? that did not count, and they omitted the weightier matters of law and mercy and justice, the.wh.olq sorry problem of the unemployed, their starved and sweated mankind, and all the oppression done under the sun. Those things they neglected. The church was like a ship that turned turtle, and the original pas...

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

Committee and General Meetings. Tim following meetings will l)t. |K.|(i ;lt ^7.1 ]-jtt- .street, Sydney, during the forthcoming week :— . Friday, 7.j!0- .S.F.A. A iministrativt! Council. - Mommy,. -..!0 p.m. — dull Kxecutive. Monday, S.:!l) p.m. — Joint Kxecntivi's -: Monday, !). 15 p.m.— I'arty Kxeeutive.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The following Pamphlets at 1s 6d per doz. POST FREE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 23 July 1910

The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST KHKI3. ' ' ' ' Women it the Social Problem ( May Simons) 2d The Evolution of theClassStruggle(W. Noyes) 2d Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) 2d Wage Labor and Capital (Karl Marx) 2d The Man Under the Machine (A. M. Simons) 2d The Mission of the 'Working Class (C. Vuilj 2d Parable of the Water Tank (E. Bellamy) 2d Why I Am a Socialist (G. D. Herron) 2d Science and Socialism (R. Rives la Monte) 2d A Sketch of Social Evolution (Boyd-Maekay) 2d You and Your Job (C. Sandburg) .. . . ? ,2d Class Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) ' 2d The Philosophy of .Socialism (A. M. Simons) 2d An Appeal to the Young (Peter Kropotkin)'1 2d Industrial Union Methods- (W. E. Trautmarih) 2d The Scab (.Tuck London) ? ? .2d Revolution (Jack London) , 2d Marx, on Cheapness' (Trans. Rives la' Monte) 2d Industrial Unionism (Eugene V. Debs)'1 ' 2d New Socialist Catechism (B. Bax.& II. Qiwlr.lii ;i,i The Materialist Conception of History (Dog matist) ' ;}ti The ...

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

Socialist Literature. Economic Argument foi lndu--tri.il Unioniiiii , (Vine. St. John t ' ' Id What Life Me.iiv, To Me (.Luk London) - -Id What i.s a Sail) ( A M Sniion-.) Id Labor Movement in liuMiu (Suatlouski) Id Jones's Boy ? id Economic-Foundation', of Au'iti.di.in Politics *2d Triumph Under Ti ust (II AV Leo) 2d Commercial Morality I'd Debute, on Socialism (Ulenu nuMii-Jaiire-.) 2d The Capitalist C\w-, (Kauhky) 2d The. Proletariat (KmiN^) id The Class Struggle ( Kaut-kj ) 2d The (socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2(1 Economics of Labor (H. Qtieleh) 2d ?Socialism umKhe. Worker' (F. A. Sorge) ' 2d The Future of Woman (II. Burrows)' 2d

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

Order from the Secretary, Literature Committee, 274 Pitt street, Sydney. Also procurable at lil Goulburn-sticet. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. 'What the Labor Party lias got for the Politi cian with Compulsory Arbitration-Osbonie Park, don- Ihri, the ? residence of Mr. W M Hughes, M.P.' ; and 'What the Labor Fart v has got for the Workers with Compulsory Ar lntratioii— Miners' Mansions at Plattsburg. ' Coul Country Contrasts.' 'Tin; residence of Mr. Alex. Ross (Wallsend Coal Co.), M'latN !''-' ,;«''! 'Miners' ironies on Wallsend Co.'s Estate at Plattsburg.' :i. ' Where the Miners Live.' 'Pitt Town, \\ alls-end,' and 'Miners' Homes.' ' 4. The Red Flag Brigade'— jailed forprotestinir against the Coercion Act. . ?? V 5. JI. E. Holland— sentenced to two years' hard '* labor in Aibury JaiJ for .sedition for a speech in connection with tlVe Broken Hilt Lockout? u. l!K)i) Coniereuce Delegates; One Penny Each. Assorted Packets, 0 for Id Postage Extra. ' n holesale from General Treasurer, S F A '74 ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Norway. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

Norway. When the Bill for extending women's suf frage for municipal elections was laid before the King for signature, the Minister of Trade, Ark lander, advised him not to sanc tion it. After the other members had ex pressed themselves in favor of the sanction, the kin^ agreed to it- Thereupon Arktandcr gave in his resignation. The Minister of Public Works, 'Brainier, will succeed him, and will in his turn lie replaced, by Darre Jensen, Chief Engineer of the State Rail ways.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

Italy. After a thorough discussion the Executive of the Socialist Party agreed, by live votes to four, to theCiotti resolution — not to interfere with the action of the Parliamentary group in supporting the Cabinet. Modigliaua's amendment, for which tour that (hi; suggested electoral reform was insufficient, that the Government was in no hurry to carry it out, and. that under the circumstances a vote of confidence given by the Socialist group must weaken the position of the latter. As the Executive consists entirely of 'Reformists1' this criticism of the Modigliani resolution i.s re markable.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

Spain. Spain is reported to be on the eve of a revolution. Strikes are taking place every where, and martial law is proclaimed at Barcelona. This is the aftermath of the murder of Ferrer. On Friday last an attempt was made to shoot Maura, who was premier when Ferrer was murdered. Three shots were fired.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

Germany. ThebyeelcotionsinUeckermundeU.sedom Wollin took place on June 51. The results are as follows: Socialist votes, 7,7-S7; Con servative, (5,005; Progressive People's Party, 1,20!). Some few small places have not vi'f. Ki-nf. in f.lVm'r l'Kxnlfa'- 1 in t. if. i ss c.lnsir that a second ballot will be necessary. The Socialist vote has increased from to', lift in l!)07. Voi'ivtii'lx announces that a navy bill will be introduced after next election increasing Dreadnoughts from two lo four annually after .11)11. Vurwttrl* gives details of a private debate on bho Budget at the end of l!)07, when all the non-Socialist parties pledged themselves to support the new pro gram before 11)12.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

France. The Government's Electoral Reform Kill includes the ' scrutin de list ' and the pro portional representation of minorities. But it also provides for a scxtcnuial legislatory period, one third of the Parliament being re-elected every two years, and to this the Socialists object. Their opposition has been so tar successtul that the Liovermnent has given way on this point. The death of E. Chauviere, Communard, and for seventeen years deputy in the Chamber, is recorded. Chauviere, a press reader by trade; joined the revolutionary movement at the age of IS, and took part in the famous attack .made by Blanqir, on August 14, 1S70, upon the (ire-station of la Yillette in order to obtain the arms which were deposited there. After the fall of the Commune he was condemned to five years' imprisonment. After the amnesty he re ? turmd to Paris and became contributor to a large number of newspapers. From this time onwards Chauviore came very much under the influence of Yaillant. Mis death ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Profits v. Human Life. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910

Profits v. Human Life. I1Y K..1.U. Tin-: callous disregard for human life that characterizes all the profitmak ing operations of the capitalist class was exemplified the other day at the .Metropolitan Coal Co. 'smineatHel- mishnrrrli wlip.n KivfAon in on wm-o within an ace of being precipitated to death, only three escaping without injury. According to one of the vic tims, the cages in which the men are raised and lowered have not got safety catches attached ! Mining cages are- built for the express pur pose of hauling men and material cheaply and quickly. If Hi men can be lowered at a time, it means that this rate of hauling is four times as quick and therefore four times as cheap as those that can only raise or lower four men at a time. At one time, men used to climb clown shafts to their respective working places ; but the mining companies found out that so much energy was taken out of the men that it was cheaper to lower them in cages. Small cages were used at first, but these h...

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