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Committee and General Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Committee and General Meetings. Tin-: following meetings will In; held at L'7 I I'jlt strwt, Sydney, during the forthcoming week :— Saturday, 7 p.m.— S.I-'.A. Kxeciitive ('Adiniui--- tralive Council). - - ? . 'Monday, 7.:-0 p.in.--Chib Kxeciitive. i, ''Monday, S.IM p.m.— .loint, Kxecutives. ?.?..Monday', !?. lo p. in. — Group Kxeculive. /,? Wednesday, :.S-' p.m.— Gnuip, spirial general meeting.';'': ? - ? Keport-of 'May Day in Melbourne ' will an pear in our next issue. ? '
The following 20 Pamphlets at 1s 6d per doz. POST FREE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
The following 20 Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. I'ost i-i:i:i:. Women £ Hit: Social Problem (May Simons) ;-,) The Involution of the Class Si niggle ( W. Nnye.-., ^',| Revolutionary Unionism ( Kugene \. Deb.-) ^i Wa-'e Labor and Capital ( Karl Marx) %\ The1'.Mun Under the Machine f A. M. Simon,.) -j,) The Mission of the Working. Class (U. Vail) -Jd Parable of the Water Tank (H. Hellamy) I'd Why I Am a Socialist (U. D. llerron) :M Science and Socialism (It. Uives la Monte) I'd A Sketch of Social Involution (Moyd-Mackay) -Jd You and Your .lob (C. Sandburg) : . :.'d Class Unionism (Kngene V. Debs) lM The Philosophy of Socialism (A. M. Simons) I'd An Appeal to the Young (Peter Kropotkin) i!d Industrial Union Methods (W. K. Trauliiiann) -_'d ' The Seal) (Jack London) LV ; Revolution' (.lack London) I'd i Marx on Cheapness (Trans. Rives la Monte) I'd From Uevohilioii lo Revolution (-i. llerron) :M Industrial Unionism (Kugeue V. Debs) I'd Xew Socialist Catechism (M. Max.V II. --uelch) :;.l The...
Socialist Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Socialist Literature. Kcoiioinic Argument for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St.'.IohiO Id What l-ifi! Means To Me (.lack London) |,l Industrial Unionism (Tom Mann) Id What is u Scab (A. M. Sinioiw) ' Id I, uhnr1 Movement in .Uussia (S.viatlowski) |,| V'l'bor Sledgehanunered or Wages Hoards ? -_),| Kcoiioinic Foundations of Australian Politics L'd Triumph Under Trust (II. W. l*e) -M I 'oi ? i-rciul Morality -M Debate on Socialism (Cleincuceau-.Jaures.) lM The. Capitalist. t'ln.«w (K'aulsky) -.'d The Proletariat (Kautsky) L'd The Class Struggle. (Kaulsky) -.M The Socialist Omuion wealth (Kaulsky) -_M Kconoiuics of Labor (II. -}uelch) .? l',| Socialism and the AVorker (l-\ A. Sorge) _M The Kiiline of Woman (II. Murn.ws) i'd
May Day in Sydney. The Socialist Demonstrations. Manchester Unity Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
May Day in Sydney. ? + The Socialist Demonstrations. Manchester Unity Hall. O.v Friday evening ol last week the coming ol -May Day, I'.HO, was celebrated by the Socialists of Syd ney with a most sucec-sful concert and dance in the Miiiichesler Unity Hall, when there was a large attendance of Socialists and unionists. The hull wa.s nicely decorated,' and a lengthy program ol excellently-rendered items was'gone through. The following resolution, iuoved|by,l. K. Wilson mill sni'fiiw It'll liv II l K. f Iliillnml vvMs- i-iirrii'd With (lll- 1 ..*_\. V'll'.V't P.'.J ...14.I4I.WI1«III*.I, t.Cl.^l.. ll.v.\. ..-.-- enthusiasm : That this meeting of Sydney Socialists and iiiiion i.-ls sends fraternal greetings to the workers of all other countries, declare.; in favor of the socializa tion of the whole means of production,, distribu- tion, and exchange, and allirms that the only last ing guarantee of the world's peace is the organiza tion' of the working class on social-democratic lines. The ...
The Dignity of Labor: Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
The Dignity of Labor : Crucifixion on a Cross of Plunder. \ At llelensburgh on Thursday, John Williams was crushed between a moving coal truck and an up right ni'tti1 the screens i.i f the mine, and had his collar-bone and two rih.-: fractured. At Clifton on Thursday a laborer nained-Mnllins was with others engaged in carrying u heavy, steel rail, when it fell on Mulling' foot, badly crushing it. Tin1 big toe, was practically torn of!', and two or throe other toes crashed almost to pulp. At Kurri on Thursday Alfred Allen, a miner, .sustained lacerated wounds mi thu right leg and arm through a fall ot coal. William Xickerson, a niini.'r, was injured in Neath Colliery by a' falling prop. A hid named Colgate, while employed in sprag ging skips in N'eath Colliery, received serious in juries to his foot. II erl Mi rt Foster, as a result of a motor car collid ing with a cart he. wa.s driving, wasthrown heavily to the roadway, sustaining a lacerated chin and injuries to the eye. While, unl...
LINES WRITTEN TO TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
LINES WRITTEN TO TRUTH. O'kii all the creeds and idols thou art proudly King: Among the thinu'-s of beauty peerle-s Hum. So mighty is. thy power that crafty priests And .snaky rulers tremble at thy voice. And yel Mow gentle is thy touch ! What w ? ler then That brave men, overwhelmed with .Mankind's surging woe — Sad inheritance of ages swayed by torment, fear, and. lies Sink at thy feet to rest V S-j in my wretchedness did I. ' ?When Faith's harsh fetters; chained my heart, and cramped my thoughts, J too was sick, life- weary, desolate ; but then I turned my face towards the morning, seekiii' 'tliee.' ? ' ? Iii 'all thy golden loveliness. 'And then my heart Was lilled with strength- to work for Ilice Till over Nile and. Death steals thy enduring peace. Tuo.\u.s Moult, in the I'nwlhlnhci;
Holland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Holland. The annual report of the Social- Demo- cratic Party of Holland, just published shows that the number of branches has in creased from l'.l-l to 20o, and the members from -S.77O to !),'-() I. This, in spite of the fact that in consequence of the decision of the urgency conference the party lost two branches with 4i):-5 members.
Sydney Domain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Sydney Domain. The annual May Day celebration was held on the Domain '.m .Sunday afternoon, K. (r. Druhmel presiding. .1. It. 'Wilson moved, and A. S. Ardley seconded the following resolution : 1. That thi-: meeting of Sydney Socialists and Unionists sends fraternal greetings to the workers in other States and countries, and; declares for the international similarity ol the working class, or ganised on social-democratic lines, as. the only guarantee of the world's peace. 1'. That this meeting further declares that the emancipation of the working class can only lie the work of the working class, and that such emanci pation can only be accomplished by the worker./ organised on industrial union and class-conscious political lines, with revolutionary Socialism for their objective, in r.ccordaiice with' the. declaration of principles of the Socialist I'edrralion of Austral asia. Moth speakers delivered vigorous addresses, and the motion was carried enthusiastically. T. McDonald moved, an...
Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Sweden. ? The result of the municipal elections of Stockholm is that of the ^O seals 10 have* fallen to the Social-Democrats,' \2 to the .Liberals, and '12 to the Conservatives. The Socialists had hitherto held only two of these v !:,I,n other elections for- Town ?.Councils, as fa.r.ns''the returns are available.'there .were elected'j-2 Socialists (liithorlo. two), M0 Lib erals;, and 20 1 conservatives.
Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Italy. The Hxecutive of the Socialist Parly has taken up its stand against theSonnino Min istry, and desires the members of the party in Parliament to adopt- a. systematic opposi tion, and to place the agitation for universal suffrage in the forefront. The Syndicalists of Borgo S. Luea, in the Province Ferrara, have asked to enter the Socialist Party and pledge themselves to abide by its decisions and not to repudiate its theoretical principals. The Executive of the party is, however of opinion that they cannot bo admitted, since the Conference of Florence expressly repudiated the prin ciples and methods of revolutionary Syndi calism. V In a, bye-election at Imola our comrade Graziadoi was elected by 3,(510 voles toi-,020 polled for the bourgeois candidate. This had been Costa 's seat.
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. Ox Thursday evening at the speakers class an interesting paper was read by comrade Greig on Anarchism. An interesting dis cussion followed, nearly all present partici pating, and a profitable evening was spent. At Park-street and Martin Place on Sun day, successful meetings were held. The speakers for the combined meetings were comrades McDonald, Cass, Wilson, Druh mel, and Harris. The literature sales for the week are ex ceptionally good, the Socialist papers ami pamphlets selling well. Send along your subscription for the new paper, Tiik Ixtrhxational Socialist, and see that your mates subscribe as well. Euchre tournament and dance will be held at Club rooms, 274 Pitt-street, on Wed nesday evening, May I.S, in connection with the Election Fund Debt. The euchre tourna ment will furnish a novel departure, and members should take a hand. Of course, you'll be there.
Soliloquy of Handy Andy Upon Hearing that a Majority of Labor Candidates were Elected. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
Soliloquy of Handy Andy Upon Hearing that a Majority of Labor Candidates were Elected. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BY DANDELION. &nbsp; &nbsp; I AM monarch of all I survey ; &nbsp; Robed in absolute power I stand ; For the workers, by voting to-day, &nbsp; &nbsp; Put this commonwealth into my hand! Up the ladder of power I've crept &nbsp; &nbsp; Till I've mounted the uppermost, rung; I have plotted while honest men slept, That my praises might ever be sung. I am servant and saviour and king! My ambition has lifted me high! I can cheerfully whistle and sing For my title is visibly nigh! On the pages of history, true, &nbsp; My descendants shall proudly behold Handy Andy de Fisherman, who &nbsp; &nbsp; For a knighthood a continent sold. He was foremost in forcing the men &nbsp; &nbsp; To defend defend what their owners enjoyed; He was handy with blarney and pen, And the Soc...
University Hooliganism. And the Red Flag Procession. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 7 May 1910
University Hooliganism. &nbsp; And the Red Flag Procession. BY H. E. H. HALF a mile of it ! Half a mile of flaring colors and blaring instruments, of (occasional) rattling crackers and (continual) howling voices. Ele- phants and camels, carriages and waggons and &nbsp; taxicabs, all loaded with outlandish figures, from a skeleton to an octopus, grouped into fantastic skits and imageries. It was the maddest, mos tamusing carnival that ever blocked wheeled traffic and brought the townspeople out in thousands till they overflowed the footpaths. That was this University commemoration procession on Saturday.—Daily &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Telegraph. THE Telegraph's description of the University Students' Procession is fairly accurate. It is well that not more than once a year does such an orgie take place reflecting the dehumanising influ- ences of "upper class society" and &nbsp; presenting such a spectacle of vul...
S.F.A. News & Notes. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910
S.F.A. News & Notes. NEW ZEALAND. Tin-: Auckland I m tiler denounces Arthur Kosser, J,I\, and D. McLaren, M.P. The latter, the Leader asserts, is endeavoring to form a seal) organisation to defeat the Fed eration of Labor,, organised by the '.miners. ' We will flay these self-seekers with whips of vitriolic damnation,' says the editor uf the Lmtler. The UWkly Herald, a 'labor' paper printed at Wellington, calls upon the work ers to avoid the 'impossible, impractical fallacies, and the God-forsaken, hypercriti cal, unworkable theory of Socialism.'
TO PETER BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910
TO PETER BOWLING. HV OTUS. [ iiuioiruii all the ages of that blood-red tragedy tliatnum call History, the milestones that have marked the highway of Human Progression have been the j:ii!H and the jibbets of the ruling class.' ll. K Holland to the jury in the sedition case Jit Albnry, UK)'.).] l-v splendor swing the golden days Ami .song-birds greet this morn ; But Freedom walks the wild high-ways With bleeding feet and torn. For not a line that's written red On Hist'ry's bloody page, ?lint tell* of our heroic dead In ev'ry tragic, age. And nut a year that's rolled away In ken of .Man or (.rod, Hut uibU't-inarked the rock-strewn way Tliat human fret have trod. With dungeon dark and rack and stakv They've mile-stoned all the years; The world they've ringed with hearts that break And I ill -(ii| and bitter tears. An.l, ixw '. . . . ')%? /-,„?/? Sl,mt,v -l,,,nw;utl *-n;-i-: Ami IMiirlii Ik* il,--iil ! Tin- SUjhl W'iwh niiuti, ill,,-,;- M.nti/rx *l,;-/,— ori'iiiissinx's ham* .!/,?/?? /,?...
Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 14 May 1910
Sweden. The speech from the throne announces a Bill to regulate the relations, between em ployers and workers. One clause provides punishments for setting on foot any strike calculated to endanger the safetv of the State. Gertrude Manssoil is elected — the first j woman to hold olliee of Town Councillor in Sweden. M. O'Dowd's suggestion in Vic. b'uaalixl re Socialists ''permeating' the Labor Party is unthinkable from a Socialist standpoint. A bourgeois party can only he met and fought on both the industrial and political field — it cannot, must not, be coin promised with. When M. O'D. says the 'Labor' Party is improving, one remem bers May Day in Melbourne, and smiles. .Mrs. Bowling writes: ''I Imvo received fully 200 letters, telegrams, poems (words and music) — all on the one subject., . . . I was in Goulburn a fortnight ago, and Peter looked fairly well. Of. course, he is very thin and pale, but- cheerful. ' The prison ofh'eials are as nice as ,tliev able to bo.' ' ' Socialism is...