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Open Column. Socialist Candidates. J. BLUMENTHAL Writes: [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Open Column. Socialist Candidates. J. Blumkntiial writes: The Labor Party now having taken over political control of the Common wealth, the Socialists should. profit by the glaring faults that have developed in this party's organisation. Speak ing to the average Labor member, f nn in f nvtMnxirm* ic: 1 11 in in/I in fv-»l \r of imioI* by the vast ignorance displayed by these gentlemen on matters of the most elementary importance, such as political economy, history and sci ence. This ignorance is reciprocated by the rank and file, and even if the Labor Party's objective was altered to the true Socialist one, it would have no visible effect, for any at tempt at drastic alteration, or forma tion of new laws and conditions, would receive a sullen protest from the Labor Leagues. Laborites not being educated up to the Socialist stand-point, they would not under stand or appreciate any revolution ary change made in their conditions. Hut owing to the class of Labor poli tician we now have, ...
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
PRESS FUND. Already acknowledged - ;',7 2 0 Per 0. Jorgensen (Honk '2n) — ! Diedcricks Is, Hunker Is, II. ! H. Is, Liversidge, sen., Is, T. i Carlson Is, Shewed Is -070 0. Fohi- - - - 0 2 () Xo7 II 15; Advanced as Loans. : Already acknowledged - (} () 01 '?total - ' ?- -|H II 0 ; All coiniiiiinicntioiis to be addressed to 0. W. -.lorgensen, secretary. I'ri-ss Fund Com- i mittee, 27-1 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Answers to Correspondents. A. McDonald, Hackney, England.— Tin-: Intkhnational Socialist is written voluntar ily. The day has not yet arrived when we can indulge in the luxury of paid contribu tions. Thanks for letter. E.H.K., Sofala.— Paper posted regularly at this end. Complain at local post-oflice. .U.b.C, also ti.M., Adelaide.— Adelaide papers are posted here Thursday mornings, and should reach you Saturday. Lodge complaint with Adelaide Deputy P. M..G. 15. H.X., JJi-Lsbani!.— Pamphlets forwarded this week as desired. Remittance received. Thanks. W.S.,. Sandford.— ftem referred to was acknowledged; but through a mistake at this ollice paper was wrongly entered. Lit uvnllirL' Kocrnlsiry writ-iiiy
An Offer to Pugilists. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
An Offer to Pugilists. A wkix-known Sydney man lias for warded the following letter to Mr. \V. H. Wood,- Minister for Justice in the Wade Government: — ' Sir, — I am authorised by the manager of sev eral picture shows to offer you and Mr. Griffith a substantial figure if you will kindly repeat your recent encounter before the biograph cam era and grant the sole right to exhibit the same throughout the State of New South Wales. My friend de pires me to say that he fully recog nises the great draw a pugilistic com bat between a Cabinet Minister and a Labor Party leader would prove, and he feels confident that there would be no public objection on the grounds of the conflict being brutal; he in sists that all right-thinking people would rather welcome tho display of your actions before an enlightened and admiring crowd. I am further desired to say that my friend would' be willing to spring a much larger sum provided the fight lasted out say 20 rounds. An early reply would be esteemed a...
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Capitalism's Trail of Blood, j I Or, The Dignity of Labor. . j Fin- if liluwl hrlln: /,r/c,' 11/ nil ij.vir imtltli, (jixiil CmU »?,? linn: )Mi(f il. in' full. An 1'iifiiiHv'ilrivi'r iiniiu'il lioll', ;it l'lirlmry'.s wharf i Hrisbaiu; was tfrud' en tin- hi'iiil wit li a i-ii!W of rock, during uhu-tiujropuriilioii!:, ami si.Tioti.sly in juryil. AV. Jlivjjiiii,. railway unar1, was caught bct-wuen the hulli'iv- of hi* train at IJooii^urrii, Q., and crusliwl to lU'iilli. Frank .1 (.illusion, G. .Jcnitz, and '?VMiluiim, la borers., were .injured by a fall of I tricks, in a buildim; tlioy wotv cni)-loy il in di-ninli.shing in Hiiidliy s-tri'L't, Adelaide. ' John Wallers, .shunter, was run over by a .train nt lVrth, W.A.. and sustained injuries which necessitiited the amputation of ;i foot. W. 0. (.)' .Sullivan, City Council employee, while irWiinii-f; and oil'mjr a steam 'oiler, fell ami [.struck his I lend on a wheelbarrow, the handle, of which penetrated his skull, 'death le.sullinj;. ...
Murder! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Murder! UY K.W.II. ' MuHDKit ' in large type is the heading of all capitalist papers when the assassin's knife or bullet takes the life of a unit in' the social organism, but of that con tinual .murder of men, women, and children in the factories and workshops and mines not one word. Their interests being the same as the exploiters of labor, not one word will' they print against the sweaters who live on the life's energy of the Avorkers, slowly murdering them . But one paper, The Ixteuxatioxaj. Socialist, stands out si glar ing contrast to those lying sheets. Its pages heave and swell with the history of human suffering. It shows how the worker is obbed, and the way of emancipation. It is the beacon light that guides the mangled victim of this system to a haven of rest. Its pages of truth reach not only throughout Australia, but across the waters to almost every civilised country of the world. When industrial trouble arises, its slogan is: 'The workers are always right ! ' ' But Tub...
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Russia. According to the Jinlrh, nearly (5,000 Jews have been expelled from the KielY. They are mostly poor people; people of the work ing- class. Many of them are wander ing homeless and destitute on the outskirts of the* city. These proceedings, says the Timnn. are based on-'M. Stolvn'm's ?*ii*i»iilsi.r of .11)0(5. which allowed all Jews then in KiefV without legal right of residence to re main undisturbed. All .lews who can estab lish tho fact that they were illegally residing in Kieff in 1!)0(5 have been left' alone, but those who then had a legal right of residence are subjected on formal grounds to expul sion. Fresh batches of victims are marched out from the city each day. According to the St. Petersburg corres pondent of the Premie Aiotociee, the Central Committee of the Social-Democratic Party of Russia has decided to increase its efforts to secure the unification of tho Socialist forces, which belong to the Social-Democratic Party, the Social Revolutionary Party, and the B...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
In the .House of Representatives, Mr. Fisher moved: Wo, the members of the Mouse of Repre sentatives, in the Parliament of the Com monwealth of Australia, take the earliest opportunity wo have had since the lamented death of our late beloved Sovereign, King Edward VIT... to oxnress our deensvnmathv in the great sorrow which your Majesty sus tained. Tho motion was curried, members standing ivllh bowed heads. Stibsequentl,*/ Mr. Fisher proposed, and Mr. Deakin seconded, that the following address be forwarded to his Majesty : We, the members of the House of Repre sentatives in the Parliament of the Com monwealth of Australia, submit our respect ful congratulations on your Majesty's suc cession to the Throne, anddexirclod-mirc your Majesty of our loyalty, and to express our earnest hope that, under the blessing of Providence, your Majesty may enjoy a long and prosperous reign, and that it may be. marked by the increased progress and happiness of the people of the British Em pire. That ...
Finland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Finland. The crime has been consummated, and the assassination of the -nationality of Fin land is now an accomplished fact. Inter national' protests have been unavailing; the servile Russian Duma. — the base creation of Nicholas the Bloody and his fcllowcrimi nais— iias ngiu-neai leiny passcu we measure which destroys at one fell swoop the Consti tution, the autonomy and the popular liber ties of Finland, and places' the enlightened, free, and progressive people of that country under the iron heel of 'the savage, reaotioit ary,obscurantist despotism of the Romanoffs. No such -outrage upon humanity, no such crime against a whole people, has been per petrated since the partition of Poland. And in the case of Finland there have been none of the circumstances which served as an ex cuse in the' case of Poland, and have served the vita ends of despotism in innuine'rablc other instances. Finland was cjiiieL and law abiding; order was maintained; the. peace was unbroken. All classes were un...
Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Committee and General Meetings. Tub following niculings will he. held at. :.'7-l I'ill Htreut, .Sydney, during the fortlieominj; week : — Friday; l.'M— &F.A. A 'minislrat. ve (.Vunicil. Monday, 7..'!0 p.m. — Oluh Uxeuutive. Monday, S..'!0 p.m. — Joint. Kxttjutiviw. .Monday, !). l*i )i.ui. — I'arty .Kxe.;;iitive. 'Wednesday, S p.m. sharp.'— International Social ist l'urty— lienera! M curing. ,
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. P.Y II. Si riiAUKK.' . Riri'iitly the United Laborer's Union or ganised (lie workers in the McEwan Jam Company's factory, with very satisfactory results. On Wednesday last the manager asked three of the men if they belonged to union, and upon receiving a reply in the affirmative he summarily dismissed them. iiic manager then askcu the rest or tne em ployees if they had joined the union and some answered in the. affirmative; he then said, '' Well, if you wish to keep your jobs you will have to leave the union.' This matter was brought before the U.L.I', at its meeting, and after discussion it was decided that the two organisers of the union be in structed to interview MoEwan's mana ger, and demand the immediate reinstate ment of the. men, and in the event of the manager refusing, drastic measures to hi. taken to at once stop the production of jam at McKwan's factory. This step would be possible, as the women in the employ of McEwan's have recently been organised into...
S.F.A. News & Notes. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
S.F.A. News & Notes. VICTORIA. Victoria has resloved to call for a referen dum on the non-voting clause of the 1010 Conference decisions. A feature of last Socialist is an interesting interview with E. J. Brady by Louis Esson. The same issue contains an excellent review by R. S. Ross oE Paul Lafarguc's magnifi cent satire, 'The Sale of an Appetite,' while Bernard O'Dowd writes on the ' Unity of the Political Machine.' The Socialist Party is making an effort to raise £101)0 towards the cost of building a hall to cost about JEtiOOO. Sunday before last Jack Curtain lectured at the Gaiety Theatre on 'A Study in Chaos.' Last Sunday, Miss Muriel Matters was the lecturer.
Some Contrast Pictures. Homes of Exploiters and Exploited. THE EXPLOITER. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
Some Contrast Pictures. Homes of Exploiters and Exploited. THE EXPLOITER. T i I* a ,? * 3. '? to THE EXPLOITED. .Minor's Home on Wall-vml Co.V Kstate. Miner's Hume on \Vall«v:i-l Co.'* 1'Miitc. ' What about Peter Bowling?' ' What about Leg Irons?' are the principal greet-, ings Coercionisl Wade meets with when be tries to talk to political gatherings nowa days. The following was not concocted at the Socialist headquarters. It is lifted from the annual 'report of the X.S.W. Department of Labor: — It seems almost a pity that one should have to write of child labor in con nection with factory life in a young and prospen his country. Nevertheless, it is freely admitted that competition was per haps never so keen as at present, and the demand for boys and girls is very great. There will, moreover, be the cases of hard-' ship which necessitates the child seeking employment at an early age lo supplement the scanty earnings of the widow in neces silioiis cirriiinstnnees, who views, perhaps,...
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 30 July 1910
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. On September 2-5, a. Fair. Conec.rt. and Dance, will beheld in the Mancheslor Unity II. ill, Sydney, in aid of the Press Fund. See atlvt. elsewhere. At Martin Place on Sunday night there was a large audience, and the meeting was a good one. Harris, presided, and Riley,' Feldhusen, and llockiny; spoke. ( !rmlliiirn--t ri'i'f. niiM'Mll!' W:IS :llso verv successful. Slade wasc'iainuan, and Wilson I delivered an effective speech. j The party will hold a select dance in the I Queen's Hall, oh Tuesday. Aug. 2.'!. Tick- , ets are 1s single and Is (id double. A splendid meeting was held on tho Do main on Sunday afternoon. 1 1 arris presided, Riley spoke brielly, Holland delivered an address lusting an hour anil a half on the m tinier of Ferrer, and Wilson wound up with a half-hour's speech on Dill Mackyism and Socialism. The meeting was a marked suc cess. Next Sunday the special feature of the Doinain'.meoting will be an address by Fred Riley on the Eureka Stockade. Will-Br...
Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 August 1910
Great Britain. Four of the executive members of the Inde pendent Labor Party have issued a manifesto in which they declare that the party has suc ; climbed to the curse of compromise, adding: ' Mr. Ramsay Maedonald, by his astuteness, has captured the 'Labor Party for the Revisionist policy.' it is understood that the divisions represented by the authors of the manifesto demand a special conference to discuss the situation. At a deputation to the Board of Trade on Thursday of last week it transpired that the ?Shipping Federation stamped strikebreak ers (blacklegs) with indiarubber stamps be fore employing them, and it was asserted that 10,000 were branded at Antwerp.
Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 August 1910
Spain. The Spanish Socialist party possess ten weekly papers, with 80,000 subscribers, and are about. to launch a daily paper. in Madrid, the capital city. 'An ' Independent ); cable last week: From Cebere, on the Franco-Spanish fron tier, it is reported that several thousand Spanish exiles, all armed and fairly well disciplined, are assembling at that place in readiness for an invasion of their country. Senor , Claremont, the leader, estimates that 10,000 men will bo ready there at the call of the revolutionists. The situation is very threatening in Barce lona,, and it is expected that the revolution ists there will come into collision with the troops on Friday. IJiots are reported to have already occurred at Cerbero. It is very difficult to ascertain exactly what developments are taking place owing to the strict censorship of news that is being exercised by the Spanish authorities. The Spanish Government has recalled Marquis Deojeda, the Ambassador at the Vatican, on the grounds t...
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 August 1910
United States. Our comrades in the United States have ' lost a tried and indefatigable lighter in the | person of Freeman Knowlcs, editor of the Lanlem, Dead wood, South Dakota. Knowles was sixty-four years old. lie died ? on June 1 from pneumonia. lie was a irreat favorite with the Western Federation of j Miners. He has been to prison several times j for his aggressive attitude and fearless utter- 1 ances on their behalf. The last time he was arrested was on March 7 of this year for libel. The miners raised a subscription and paid his fine. Knowles was one af the most picturesque figures in the State. He was a veteran of the Civil War. At one time he held u seat in Congress, having been elected on the Poj'u- = list ticket. Later he became a Socialist, and j for twenty-two years led the battle of the.) workers in the wild mining regions?. j A strike has occurred at the American Sugar Company's works at Brooklyn, Xcw York. The strikers- exchanged shots with the police, and one was ki...
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 6 August 1910
France. ? Albert Thomas, in the name of tl)e,Soeial ist Parliamentary group, read a dcdaialion in the Chamber, setting forth: ' That the Chamber recognises that only the transfor mation of capitalist property into soci.il pro perty will emancipate the workers ana put an end to exploitation and disorder. It has resolved to promote all such laws as tend to restrict the liberty of the collective action of the working class, which enfeeble its organ isation and dissipate its forces. It has re solved to promote all such laws as tend to diminish destitution, ignorance, dependence and insecurity, and to help the workers to march at a more rapid pace towards their complete emancipation. It specially _ em phasizes its determination to develop rational secular education, and to organise all edu cation so as to make it accessible to every body. It wishes to undertake a great fiscal reform, and invites the Government to open international ncgociations on the subject of the reduction of the Cust...