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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Answers to Correspondents. Lanok LuAiuvKii, Uedfern. — Sorry you feel hurt; but it's true all thesanie. -If the Mc Oowenitcs had never step-fathered B. R. Wise's' brutal striker- jailing Arbitration Act of l!)01, Peter Bowling would not have been leg-ironed in l!)10. R.T.J., Alt. Keira. — Subs. roe. Thanks. A .C. , Canberra.— -Received. E.H.K., Queensland. — Thanks. Red mark publisher s error. G.M., Adelaide.— Received. Post-cards forwarded. F.M., Rand wick. — The only differences are personal. The objectives of the two par ties are the same. It is only a matter of time when the other organization will also come into the ri.F.A. The Internationals do not favor sectionalism, and for this rea son among others they wish to see all the imalliliated bodies conic into line. G . II .T., Adamstown.— Received LOs. Will place as directed. Thanks. 'F.S.S., Adelaide. — Will print verse. Thanks for letter. E..J.B., Malacoota. — Received. lv.ll/, Melbourne. — Many than -s.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Belgium. The International Congress of Miners at Brussels, unanimously demanded a law in all ..oouatries. fixing a. minrimuin wage in proportion to the cost of living'. '.'Belgian delegates brought forward a proposal for eight houis from bank to bank. The extradition of Gaivas has boon re hised.by tne Belgian uovernmeiu. uaiyas is a Russian revolutionist who had escaped to Belgium. For some time great anxiety has been felt on his aoco.unt among our Bel gian comrades, as R issia lias been trying to prevail upon the Belgian Government to extradite him.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

International Notes. | France. Tmk Municipal Council of Paris threw out by 45 votes to 11 a. Socialist resolution oensur ln' M. lupine for the notion of the police on° the occsision of the demonstration on JuivV2(), when the workman Cler was fu tally injured. The 'Radical-Socialists' abstained from voting. Colly made a splen did speech against the brutal behaviour of ii.,. tw»I i/in The groat agitation among the railway workers is increasing from day to day; iii one week 1,97(5 new members joined the union, and a strike is imminent.. The Goverment threatens the workers with a mobilisation order, but they declare that they will not let themselves be intimidated by this menace. The Fnimr MHHnin: pub lishes a list of the penalties which are risked in case of mobilisation by those who refuse to. respond to .the order: — 1. Hefusal to re spond to the order of mobilisation consti tutes insubordination, and in the. ease of simple insubordination the penalty is from one month to one year's ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Sydney Jottings. 15V K..I.U. A meeting of the Party was held on Tues day, lith instant. Members' attention is called to th« alteration of meetings from Wednesday to Tuesday evening, on account of Wednesday being publishing day. Ex ecutive's decision to organise a reception for Peter Bowling was endorsed. Unsolved to hold over discussion on press :im:ilcr:mi:lf inn fill \'ii-ti iri-i 11 1ip.nn.li I', ... warded a scheme upon which it would be prepared to amalgamate. A motion was' carried placing on record the appreciation of the action of (.'onsidinc as a protest against the brutalitv of the Wade Govern ment in jailing u lionists during the coal strike, and inviting him to a social evening of the parly on the fifth inst. In recognition of services renderd, the Liedurtafel presented Mrs. Anderson with a beautifully-inscribed three-piece jam set. Friday evening's social to welcome Consi dine back from jail was a big success. The Party and General Secretaries brielly and warmly welcomed...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

South Australia. liY 'll.S.C. Even though the Labor Parties and Govern ments may not directly benelit the workers, they are at least of educational value to those who think. As I have previously stated in these notes, many of the workers of Adelaide and some of the country districts have recognised that it is useless for them to rely on the Parlia ments of Capitalism — even though the ex isting Governments may call themselves Labor— and so they have taken direct action with beneficial results. Apparently the present .Labor Govern ment has noticed this awakening of the workers. When the strike took place at SimpsonJs the Government probably recognised that if the men won, and they must have won had they held out, it would be a lesson to a body of workers who had been so long without an organisation that they must' first organise effectively on the industrial. field. ? The Premier and the Minister for Indus try suggested to Mr. BUmdell, M.P. (who made a reputation for himself as strik...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

The following Pamphlets at Is 6d ner rW POST KIIKK. Women & the Social Problem (May Simons.) --,i The Involution of the Class. Struggle ( \V. Ni-yu«) '-,! .Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Debs.) ~-,i 'Wage Labor and Capital (Karl Marx) ' r-. The Man Under the Machine (A. M. SimonO ~-.\ The Mission of the Working Class (C. Vnilj ~-,\ Parable of the AVater Tank (Ii. Bellamy) ~-.\ Why I Am a Socialist, (ft. I). Herron) o(, Science and Socialism (R. Rives la Monte) r'd A Sketch of Social Involution (Boyd-Mackav) ~'d Von and Your Job (C. Sandburg) ?',( Class Unionism (Kugene Y.-Debs) ~-,i The Philosophy of Socialism' (A. M. Simons) ~'d An Appeal to the Young (Peter Kroimtkin) ~'d Industrial Union Methods (W. E. Tniiitiiiiiini) 2,1 The Scab (Jack London) --{\ Revolution (Jack London) ~-(( Marx nn Cheapness (Trans. Rive.-' la Monte) r\l Industrial Unionism (Eugene V. Dubs) --d Anti-Militarism and Anti-Patriotism ? ?;,! New Socialist. Catechism CM. Hnv.fr II ri....i..i.t ?.?-! The...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bernard Shawisms. Education. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Bernard Shawisms. Education. A KOOi.'s brain digests philosophy into fol ly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry. Hence University education. The vilest abortionist is lie who attempts to mould a child's character. He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches. A learned man is an idler who kills' lime with study. Beware cf his false knowledge; it is worse than ignorance. Activity is the only road to knowledge. Every fool believes what his teachers tell him, and calls his credulity science or mo rality as confidently as his father called it divine revelation. No man fully capable of his own lan guage ever masters another. The Golden Rule. 'Do not do unto others as you would that' they 'should do unto you. Their tastes may not be the same.' Never resist temptation; prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Do not love your neighbor as yourself. If you are on good terms with yourself it is an .impertinence; if on bad, an injury. The golden rule is that there are no golde...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Socialist Literature. Economic. Ai*Kiiiiu;iit for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St. John). ]Vr do* \),[ ? ? AVIuit Life Menus To Me (Jack London) |(j AVIint. is a Scab (A. M. Simon*) ? |,| Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) ? |,[ Jones's Hoy j(| Economic. Foundation.' of Australian Politics i-d Commercial Morality .~(i Debate on Socialism (Clemenceaii-Jaures) '-,i Tliu Capitalist Class (Knutsky) 7-(\ The. Proletariat (Kautsky) ?}, The Class. Struggle (Knutsky) r,,{ The Socialist Commonwealth (Knutsky) ~-,i Economies of Labor (IT. Quelch) . o } Socialism and the Worker (K A. Sorge) ~-,\ The Future of Woman (II. Jim-rows)' ~-,\ Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (7 Council) ' ., , The Jivils of Competition (11. O'J-onncll) ?'!{ Some Objections to Socialism Answered f'T.ii tier'; l Ull~ .,. The Class War (A. AV. Iluniplney) .'/

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. IJY A I'UUCJOH. Ju.st now, whon, as a result of the palliy litlle rise conceded to the boot workers by the Federal Arbitration Court, the omployeis are entering in to combines and conspiracies to raise the price of footwear, and thus com-, pel che seotionally-organised trades unionists to provide the money (and something over) witli which to pay the increases to the boot-trade union ists, it is interesting t.n lnnk intn t,hf- conditions surrounding the industry, and discover the absolute failure of the awards of capitalistic Courts and Boards, for while the employers lift the prices to meet the increased wage rate fixed by the award, they delib erately commit wholesale and syste matic breaches of the award and therefore reach a. much-greater profit because of the existence of the award. The workers as a whole have to pay for it. In this respect, Melbourne and Sydney fad ones are on a similar footing. Factory No 1. This i...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 27 August 1910

Order from 0. W. Jorgensen, Secretary, Literature De partment, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. Also procurable at lil (ioulburn-street. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. 'What the Labor Party has got for the Politi cian with Compulsory Arbitration— Osborne Park, (ion- Hill, the residence of Mr. \V. M. Hughes, M.P.' ; and 'What. the. Labor l-'arty has got for the AVorkers with Compulsory Ar bitration—Miners' Mansions at, Plattsburg. L\ -'Coal Country Contrasts.' 'The residence of Mr. Alex. Ross (Wallsend Coal Co.), J'latts burg';anrl 'Miners' Home.: on Wallsend Co.'s Kstate at Plattsburg.' :5. 'Where the Miners Live.' 'Pitt Town-, Wallsi'iid,' and 'Miners' Homes.' ?I. 'Tin; Red Flag Brigade'— jailed for protesting against the. Coercion Act. '). II. 15. Holland— sentenced to two years' hard labor in Albury Jail for sedition lor a speech in connection with the Broken Hill Lockout. --. IWO'J Conference Delegates. One Penny Kadi. Assorted Packets, Ii for Id. _ Postage Kxtrn. Wholesale trom (ieueral Treasur...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARWINISM DISCUSSED BY MONKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

DARWINISM DISCUSSED BY rfONXEYS. A think of monkeys nii't one day To settle soukj disputes, That they lmcl hud among themselves, Concern ing men and hrute.s; And as I chanced that way, 1 felt an inclination To hoar what they hail to say, And cut ii 11 invihitinn To take a seat among the rest, And make myself at home; ? Among my old relations, Tl»\t in the forest roam. Said I to one, 'There's some mistake Explain it if you can— Do you me for a nionkeytakc? i Or call youiself a, man?' Says he, ' My friend, there's no mistake, ' As far as we're concerned, ? 'flic question arose among you men, And men that you call learned; . And thifc is why we meet to-day To talk the matter o'er; So hear what we have to say, And do not feel so sore. 1 took a seat, and must confess I fait a little queer, To know what monkeys had to say Regarding man's career: And what I saw and heard, them say I'll tell in verse or prose; I 'II let the muses settle that, No matter how it goes. .But let it be in verse o...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. BY GEORGE R, KRIRKPATRECK Lesson 1 : On "cussing" the Millionaire. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. ' ISY liKOKiiK li, KIIIKI'.VniK'K. Lesson 1 : On ' cussing ' the Millionaire. Rockefeller's fortune is frequently esti mated— even by such conservative au thority as the Republican Chicago 'Tri- bune''' (Oct. 22, 1902) and the Chicago 'Recbyd-Herald'.'— -to be worth £200,000, 000. The late distinguished Republican scholar and editor, Dr. Charles B. Spahr, in his book ('Distribution of Wealth in the United States'), said that f-,f-00,00!- of the poorest FAMILIES (working class families) own properly worth £100,000, 000. The average working class family has six members — two parents and four children. Then /),;jOO,O-'XJ working class FAMTLIES make a total of ytf.OOO.WW PEOPLE. Thrs we sec that 1 American (Rocke feller) owns wealth worth. £200 ,000, CO') and ll-al iJiS, 000, 000 Aircrican worki'it,' people own property worth. £ 100, 000, 0!!-'!. We sec thcrsforc'that 8S ,000, 000 Ameri cans ow-i £-10,000,000 LESS than I Ame rican. Moreover h...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Spain. 'L'humanitc' states that the Spanish 'Government has given orders that the Spaniards who took refuge in France In consequence of the trouble in July last year may return ? without fear; ? Serior jnscp'i Torruclla, former Mayor of Port Bou, has received the sum of loOO francs from the deputy Lcrroux for the repatria tion of the refugees. Senor Torruella has iirrii'cd at Perpignan to divide this money among those revolutionists wuo desire to return lo Spain.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

§ Turkey. m The police of Salonika, backed up by M I'jc Government, have, under the pres W sure of employers, made an attempt to H suppress the Tobacco Workers' Union, M which up ? till now enjoyed liberty of ac I INTERNATIONL SOCIALIST— THREE M turn. The police closed' the premises of H the union, and tne.altair was brouglit to H trial these last clays before the Correc M tional Tribune of Salonika.. , . Our, com H rades were defended by the yo_ung;Macc M donian-Bulgarian Socialist,'// advocate tit Daltcheff. Three thousand /Hvprkmeiv fl from all the different branches' were; -pre- ? 1 sent at the trial to show ? their .solidarity with the accused. An interpreter, who translai^d our comrades' speeches incor rectly, was hissed by the audience. The secretary of the union, Buiaroya, was particularly eloquent. He gave an ac count of the Labor movement in Turkey, ? recalling the birth of the syndicates with the victory of the political liberties of the country. He closed with the words:...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Russia. $' The Saratov Zemstvo sent an insur | a.n::e agent to the village of Krugloc to i hand over to the inhabitants a new build I ing plan. The agent could not, how I ever, do so, as the whole adult male I population were in prison for taking part I in the agrarian disorders. All lie could I do was Lo state this fact in an official I communication. a ? -

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

At an election meeting at Jk-ndi. ' ' - Mr. Wade : .' ' ' What does the Coer cion' Act spell after all?' -?'?, A loud- voice : 'L-E-G-1-ft-O-N-S.'

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Prance. I he Administrative Council of the Na tional Syndicate of Railway Workers, passed the following resolution: — 'The Administrative Council of the National. Railway Syndicate, assembled on Jiily 17, 1910, empowers the Commit tee to choose the day and the moment which in their orjinion is favourable for giving the signal for the general railway strike/and that with as little delay as possible, in order to remove the moral in jury done by the disdainful refusal of the companies to discuss with the Na tional Syndicate the subject of the just demands formulated by our 21st National Congress.' Meetings have also been held in many other towns, and resolutions passed ex pressing the solidarity of the railway workers all over the country. The demands of the railway men arc as follow: — 1. Immediate introduction of a weekly holiday. 2. Rise in wages, minimum wage' to be 1800 francs. o. Ten hours' worki;'.: day. 4. Retrospective idrcc of the pension law or 1909. On Tuly 7 the two soldie...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Glittering Vulgarity. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Glittering Vulgarity. — -». ~ .... IJV II. K. M()1,I,AXI). Oxk night recently the Snobocracy of Syd ney met to dnnee under tlie auspices of the Fresh Air League. The F.A.L. exists to raise funds to send into the country the chil dren of the wage-workers, who are too poor to provide their little ones with fresh air heoause the F.A.L. class commandeer so inurii ui tne wcami me wage-woruers lahor creates. The Lady .Mayoress ' hopes to raise £-r-00 from the Fresh Air League Ball,' the papers told us. And then we read 'of how the Lady Mayoress had appeared at the hall witli her portly and well-nourished per son adorned with 14 brooches, 1.~- rings 1 tiara, 1 collarette, 1 necklet, 1 bracelets,' 2 ear-rings, 1 corselet, 1 large bag and chate laine of solid gold, hi the jewellery settings were 10C0 pearls, 2XY2 diamonds, a id 7.'i emeralds. A Sydney paper, said to be closely related to the Tobacco Trust, printed a most unseemly picture of an exceedingly fat pair of arms, with the Mesh of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Portugal. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Portugal. A great agitation in favour of Repub licanism is going on in Portugal, and the condemnation of Franca Borgcs to five years' imprisonment for lese majeste lias but served to intensify it. Borgcs, who is the editor of a powerful Republican pa per, is not likely to remain long in gaol, as popular indignation has been raised to a tremendous pitch.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Our" Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

'Our' Tramways. HV A.I AX. The bureaucratic authorities who man age the ? Sydney tramways pursue the even tenor of their way unmindful of the complaints- of the public, the grievances of their staff, or any other old thing, Di vine or human. ? Amidst the growls of dissatisfaction on every hand the burden and responsi - bility of .officialdom, the guiding star of Revenue cheers them on their way. This beacon light, which flashes brightly every month, is to them the Alpha and Omega of all things. Because it spells Surplus Values for the International Ca pitalists who hold Australia and its rail ways and tramways in pawn. The July returns are enough to make the hard heart of a departmental auto crat melt, for the revenue reports show that the working expenses of the tram way for. this month are £40, 192, and the receipts £97,243. When we take into consideration the fact that several new tramlines were built (and arc run at a loss) at the re quest of wealthy landowners and inter ested p...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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