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THE REVELATION OF SAINT JOHN OR, BREAKING THE GOLDEN CALF OF ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 13 August 1910

THE REVELATION OF SAINT JOHN OR, BREAKING THE GOLDEN CALF Of ARBITRATION. 1JV JMXDKMOX. 'When Mr. John I'aterson was asked if be bad anything to say in reply to the aeeiwalinn of Mr. Bowling that he had, by taking a position /-n the wages board, betrayed the tru-t reposed in him, Mr. Paterson said lie did .not. wij:i to say anything at present, and he would have to bear, for a time, : lite how . and grey faces oi the me i whom he was . doing bin lx-sl to benetit. He considered it would 00 unwise to say a lytning ac pre-^em.; om, wm-.n the present trouble was over he would. have some thing to say that would be. a revelation.'— New- eiustle Jfmihl, Dec. 22, liiOi). Let tl.e Soialist Band sadly play : ' When (lie Mi ts Have Rolled Away.' Now the recent .storm liiirf Viinis.lial J'rnni (In; bi'ntuM worker's ^kioo Ami the strikfi — frowloni Iisinisliotl — 'iumLIi \ llio hcul of Jilubljor lion, j 1 recall my dccliinition when tlii; strike was raging fast Tliat I'd make a revelaUun when th...

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 — 13 August 1910

Answers to Correspondents. I A.U., Brisbane. — Postal note for 12s,: also ' ' copy,' received. Thanks. S.J.B., Childers, Q. — Received ; thanks. We think you have done well. Writing. D.O'S., Fitzroy, Vic— Thanks. W.E., Mount Druitt.— Thanks for letter. The International Socialist PartyJis not con- m nec^d with Mr. McCrystal's movement. | What is wrong with your 'Labor Party is % that it is not for the working class. You | should all study the Socialist position, and ;; get into the ranks of the S.F.A., which \ alone fights at all times and iii all places for i working-class interests. Could not attend ? meeting; thanks for invitation. i H.S.B., Auckland.— Thanks. i

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 13 August 1910

Socialist literature. Economic Argument for Industrial Unionism iVimvSt. JolnO. Per «kw, lid 1,1 Wlmt Life Moiiiih To Mi- (Jack London) Id What is a Heal) (A. M. Simons) i,i Labor Movement in Ittii&ia (S viatlow.sk i) ](j ?Tones'H Hoy Id Economic Foundation.s of Australian Politics 2d Coininorciul Morality 2(1 Debate on Socialism (Olemenmui-JatireM) 2d The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d Tlu-. Proletariat (Kiiutsky) 2d The Class Struggle (Kautsky) 2d The .Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2(j Economics of Labor (IT. Quelcli) 2d Hocialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorgo) 2il The Future of Woman (H. BurrowH) 2d ?Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (J. Council) 2d The Kvils of Competition (B. O'Donncll) 2d Some Olijections to Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler'; 2d The Class War (A. AV. Ilnmph ey) 2d i The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST KI1KK. Women it the Social Problem (May .Simons) 2d The Involution of the Class Struggle (W. Noyes) 2(1 Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V...

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 — 13 August 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dipity of Labor. For if hl.ond he tin: price of all i/onr n.vallli, I (!tH-il (iml! ii'i: hove inxid it in full. ? Lionki. Poouc, electric linesman, fell 20 f--ot at Rozelle on Saturday. His foot was frac tured, ami he suffered also from abrasions. A. Hill, postmaster at Cobbadah, near t Barral-a, poisoned himself with strychnine Thcv sweated him to his death. ; Daniel Sullivan, employed grubbing and clearing land at Tomingley, was brought into the Peak-hill Hospital with a fractured skull. He was unconscious when brought in. In Great Britain during the live months ended May, 15)10, the total number of work people reported as killed in the course of their employment (exclusive of seamen) was 12015, as compared with 12(55 in \\)()\)t The total number of seamen killed in 'the same period was -181 in l!)10 and 402 in 15)01). George Paynting was jammed between a cage and the side of the shaft in the Little Go mine, Ironbark, Vic, on Tuesday, and kill...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Philosophy of Socialism Origin of the Present Laboring Class. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 13 August 1910

Philosophy of Socialism P.Y .'. . M. r-iM'iN-. Origin of the Present Laboring Class. liKT U.^ ii'o l»;lck fur :i liiDiiiclll to the lime \vlit1 n tlu1 lin'iilcni Wiijii'-workinir class lnul its origin. While the pre .sent l.-ihorer is the le.uiliin.-ile stieees riorofall the previous toilers who have lived ami stilTi-red and died heiieath the social Jiiiriivrnnul. he has hail an oriiiin and a history of his own as much apart, I'nun oilier hisiory nsanv class oi social sla,u;e is separated from the vast net-work of cveisK the movements of which historians chron icle.. In the middle of the last century he slill owned his tools and Ihe ma terial upon which In.' worked, and was tin.1 rightful owner as well as Ihe actual possessor of the finished pro duel. Things were not prodim-d for some unknown impersonal market, but i'or some sped lie, indi\ idual whose needs Ihcy 'were to supply. Prices were lixed l»y custom or law. and competition was felt hut. little a:- an economic force. Lfws of...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SONG OF THE "LOWER CLASSES." [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 13 August 1910

SONG OF THE ' LOWER CLASSES.' -«? ? ?? Wk plough and sow, we're so very, very low That we delve in the dirty i-lay; Till we bless the plain with the. golden grain, And the hill with the ini^-suiL hay. Our 'place we know, we're so w.t.v, very low, ''.''is down at the landlord's feel; ' We're not too low the grain to grow, .But too low the broad to eat. We're low, very low — mere . nibble., we know — And yet at our plastic power The pliin ill the lordling'.- feel will tfiw Into palace, and church and lower. Then prostrate we fall in the rich jiianV hall, And cringe at the rich man's door. We're, not too low t' build tin- wall, I {lit too. low In tread the Hour. We're low, we're low — we:iv ? very, very low— And .yet from our lingers glide The silken How and tin: rolies thai glow liiiu'nd tlie limbs nt' the sons of pride. 'And what we gel, and what we give, We know, and we know our. share: ? We're not too low the elolli i' weave, liiil loo low tlie cloth to wear. We're' low, were low, ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

'??-' ? A MAN. Hekb's to tlio ni;in who i.s just a man, ^ylio.?'(lu^!S strip to his naked soul, , , . With every nnW.lo of mind nnd heart Kesponsible to his cuntrol. The man who is mighty in word iind deed, 'L he man whins strong ot will. Heiv's to tlie man who, though just a man, Id all of a hero still. The man has money? aye; well and good, If the money has not thu man. The man may boast of his ancient blood? , Aye! Many sin equine ean. The man hsus title and place and power? Aye, ii.vn, the setting is line; But the man himself — is he worth the dower? It is life is alone divine. And men are rare, so exceedingly rare, That 'a man is a nrirvel yet; But musks and dummies are everywhere Decked out in their gilt and jet. So here's to the man who is just a man Whatever his trappings lie, Who dares strip down to his naked sou ! A hero indeed is he. — KollKKT WlllTAKKIi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This! ? and Get to Work! F011 every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly,- or yearly) that YOU send in for. Tin-: ixTKitx.vrioXAb SoeiAMST, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books lo be . selected from the following, and also from the Soeialirtt Literature list of the In Uirnntional Socialist Literature Department, published in this issue. This olYer will apply as from August 1. H is not 111a.de with reference to renewed subscriptions. .Books containing 20 receipt forms will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in at the end of each quarter for audit purposes. . Write at once for a Receipt Book. The bes.t way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Tub IntkunationalSouiaXjIsx, the uncompromising, lighting organ of Rev olutionary Socialism; and, while doing this, you are presen...

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 — 20 August 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. Fur ij hloml h? lh? /n-ir? »/' nil i/imr irnillli, fiwx'l (liiil! i»v Imr? t,iuil II in' Ml. I'kuI'. Rain, Ilie Russian cholera specialist, esti mates, that- there, have been '-7,()(l(l deaths, from the outbreak in Russia -liiriii-r Mill). ( 'harles Sawyer, laborer, while working at the Itandwick Racecourse new irramlstand, was preci pated a distance of :S0 ft., and killed. Cordon Stuart, jockey, was killed at Hay, while exercising the horse O.Y.O. over hurdles. II. J. Whitbum sh-jl himself dead at- the Sal vation Army's People's I'alacc, Melbourne. Ivlward Tuck r, employed in a foundry at Dim boolii, Vie., was caught in a lly-wheel, ami sus tained s.eriuus injuries, iiieludin^ a compound frac ture of the left arm. Min ie Muller was burnt to death al Xornianton ihroujrh the flumes of an open copper lire iguitin;; her i Ires.-:. Thomas Peek, laborer, while working on a slack of timber at. Saxton and Minn's yard at 1'yriiiont, fel...

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France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

France. In the recent French elections' the. vote' of the Socialists increased from 850,000 to 1,000,000, and the number of representa tives in the Chamber of Deputies fgem 54 to 76. A typical scene took place after the de monstration following Liabeuf's execution. Rappoport and some other comrades were passing through the rue Saint-Jacques at 2 o'clock in the morning. The street was full of police angrily jostling the groups who, (jiiite calmly, were passing. 'Pass on ! No ! Faster than that ! ' ' and the short phrases were punctuated by hustling. Here is Bri ami's new method,' said Rappoport finitely. A- policeman heard him ; lie threw himself upon our friend : 'What are you saying? Take that man into custody!' Rapport remained un moved . 'I say, ' ' lie replied courageously, that we have to-day the first example 'of ?Briaml's. new method!' The policeman left Rappoport to pursue his way in peace with the others. In the recent iiiuni;ipal election at Cannes the Socialist' candidate...

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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

Germany. Owing tn the increased. cost of living, Kai ser Wilbelm has had his yearly wages in creased by 500,000 dollars, and he didn't even have to strike to get it. The steady and resistess growth of Social ism in Germanv lias been again exemplified by the rejection of Chancellor Bethman Hollweg's franchise bill in the Prussian House of Deputies. The bill eliminated none of the oppressive restrictions of the Three Class System against which the Socialists have made so many remarkable demonstra tions recently. Its rejection is one of the most significant defeats the Government has sustained, and besides discrediting the Bethman-Hollwogg administration, it makes electoral reform in the near future a cer tainty. The Berlin municipality has decided to set up a crematorium, the resolution to this effect, which was moved by the SocialDemo crats, being unanimously passed. Hitherto the Government of Prussia, largely at the instigation of the Churches, has refused to authorise the opening o...

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A Dying Empire: Ecclesiasticism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

A Dying Empire: Ecclesiasticism. NY A.I AX. Oxk of the greatest factors in the history of mankind has been Kcclesiasticism. .Soon after the birth of religion; and long after the practice of. morality, men (mostly self-appointed individuals) arrogated to themselves the sole right to interpret the Supernatural; and known -'phenomena of nature. 1 he primitive medicine: man, combining, as he did, the functions of ?'theologian, scientist, and doctor was the parent of the modern pi icstcraft. Such limited know ledge as he possessed, or pretendeo to have,: concerning science and religion were jeal ously-guarded secrets handed down to his successors or friends. As the power and ?influence of the medicine man grewj there evolved a priest class or religious caste, which gradually obtained a mental hold over humanity, eventually becoming all powerful in mundane as well as spiritual matters. The union of church and state quickly followed. From th-.it time the rise of established churches was ve...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

Great Britain. The S.I). P. has lost a valiant lighter, and an upright, honest man, in the death of Joe Young of Brighton. He served a term of imprisonment in connection witli the Chel sea free speech light. His collin was draped with scarlet, and was. covered with wreaths. Many Socialists marched in the funeral pro cession-, and speeches were delivered at the graveside by Harry Quelch and Will Evans. Whilst the banner he loved'floated over his grave, the ' Red Flag ' was sung. Justice also reports the deaths of Mary Hinshelwood, an active worker of Gourook, al the early age of ID years, and W. (.«. Killock, formerly of the Peckham Branch. Justice reports that Miss Yida Flood, of Bristol, delivered a most eloquent address to one of the largest meetings yet held in Swin don. Her subject was the cruel treatment of children under the present system.

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The Meaning of Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

The Meaning of Empire. UY .1. IlLUMKNTIIAI.. Most race:1-, in response ;o economic condi tions that have been accumulating fora con siderable time previously, have overllown the restrictions of their limited borders and started on t'ic conquest of neighboring na tions. At first they anv animated with no other idea than to find free vent to their pent-up savage instincts in sanguinary internecine and fratricidal strife. Their period of conqu-jst accomplished, the payable proposition of their enterprise next receives attention. The comparative peaceful sciences of com merce and industry takes Ihe place of pre datory rapine and plunder, and a large em pire with well-established d.'ts, literature, laws and other institutions ensues. In. the course of time a more aggressive and virile nation supplants them, and so the whole story goes on. This outline gives a small idea of the birth, growth, decay and death of empires. The same principle that has occurred in ancient times is in operation...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

International Notes. | United States. Tlu Appeal (o Jirnson distributed 1O,(JCHJ l'ree ?copies in Newcastle, I'a., covering the Free Press seditious libel ease. This ease is likely to be tried over again in September, the iiirv in the iirst case having disagreed. On Saturday, June IS, the State Conven tion of the Socialist Party was held at New Castle for the Iirst time, (51 delegates attend ing. A thousand visiting Socialists from other places were brought by special train. The seditious libel cases were on at the same time. Fred. AVarren, editor of the Appeal I'j Reason, -was there. ? New Castle Free /Ve*« committee of six have each been ordered to pay a' line 100 dollars, with SO dollars costs added. Brooklyn police are determined to curtail the right of free speech, and John Lock wood has been arrested. Edward Lindgren, Socialist Party organiser, was arrested a few nights earlier. At the beginning of July 2, .Milwaukee was facing a milk famine, threatening the lives of thousands...

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Peter Bowling's Message. Splendid Words from a Prison Cell. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

Peter Bowling s Message. Splendid Words from a Prison Cell. I'ktbu Bowu.vo writes to IT. E. Holland from Goulburn Jail : 'Dear Harry, — Greetings to yourself, and through you to comrades and friends of the International. Convev also my warmest regards to the gallant Coal Lumpers for their splendid exhibition of class solidarity in in dustrial warfare, .which will stand to their credit, and should serve as an example to other unions at ?.preset t lacking in that prin ciple. Their generous treatment, of their officers stands out in solid testimony of their appreciation of' true, worth, and [ can only say they are worthy of such ollicers, and their ollicers huce proved themselves worthy of. them. ' Now, in regard to myself. First of all, how is it that sj few of my friends in Syd ney write ? I can only write three letters every six Aveeks. They can write as often as they like, and T can receive their letters on the cSth of each month. If 1 thought for a moment that it was ?indifference...

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BOOTS AND WINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

BOOTS AND WINGS. BY \V. HAI.LSTHOM. To walk this flinty soil below Wo no (1 the cobbler's trade, We must to hoav'n if wi! would go, Jle i' brgbt wings arrayM. Soles for earth's dry and dusty road The cobbler may prepare, J$nt souls for way that leads to Goil Need pilots of the air. The cobbler he may make the sole, \m\ he may mend it too, Hi- asks but for a simple toll, When he lias made Ins shoe. JJut 'outs who claim to wing to heav'n Have nothing they can show, They claim, but nought of proof is giv'n, How far their winjrs will go. These confidential covi* well know Their j-ame is but a trick, J5ut still they play it very low, And to the fraud they stick. The honest cobbler plies hi.-: traili-. For which he gets his mite, JJnt what he gets for what is made. Is far below the right. Tin- reverend rogues and schemers pose Above all sons of toil, J?nt when the ranks ol labor close, ' Look out for dusty soil. Meanwhile their fraud, of wings for lieav'ii Is doubtful as a trade, Some say...

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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

PRESS fUND. £ * .1 Already acknowledged - Ij'.J II ?'- Per O. .lorgensen (Book ;]») — Shewed Is, IT. I). Is - 0 2 0 M. Miller - - - 0 2 i) A. IMoshl - - - U I 0 Friend - - - 0 1 0 F. Ansuline - - -010 £-10 1 i- Advanced as Loans. . Already acknowledged .' -?'.?„. - (i 0 0 Total ?. , :-.' ; . o'--: -Hi. I '- AH communications to, be addressed to O. W. Jorgenseu,. secretary, Press ' Fund Com mittee, '27-\ Pitt-street,1 Sydney.

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Towards Human Freedom. Capitalism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

Towards Human Freedom. I1V. ,1. It. WILSON. Capitalism. We have seen how the improving of the machines of production deter minodthe passing of the handicrafts man and his simple tools, and if we follow carefully the lines on which our industrial system has evolved we shall also recognise that the machine which made possible the capitalist system is also bringing about its de struction thereby proving that Karl Marx uttered a sublime truth when he said: 'All systems of society con tain within themselves the germs of their own destruction. ' .During the Federal system, it was looked upon as a right and proper thing that the handicraftsman should own the tools with which ho worked, and when the tools were changed into machines it was also looked upon as a right and proper thing that the inventor should own the machine as he had formerly owned the simple tool of production. As one improvement rapidly fol lowed another, the owners of the im proved tools were able to produce much more qui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 20 August 1910

We regret having to record .the death of the mother of comrade Dan O'Shea., 'of Fit/. roy, Vic.

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