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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Germany. At the byc-clection for the Wurtcm berg Landtag, at Wetzhcim, the Social Democrat headed the poll with 1000 votes, while the National Liberals polled 597 votes, the Bund der Landwirte 002, the People's Party 770, and the Centre 0-l. A second ballot will be necessary, when the National Liberals intend to support the People's Party.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

lliNewslNotes/ South Australia. HV ll.S.f. As reported in 'The International So cialist,' the Attorney-General, Mr, Denny, stated at Kadina recently thai the present Government would earn a re putation as the Government that settled the most strikes. Present indications point to the fact that if the Government wishes to take advantage of them, it will have many opportunities in the near fu ture of indulging its strike-breaking pro clivities. Last lhursday week 30 men employed mixing concrete at the Wallaroo Phos phate Co.'s works ceased work after the manager had refused to increase their wages from 7/- to 8/- per day. The fol lowing Saturday the manager offered the men an increase of Od. per clay, but this the men refused. The manager then agreed to discuss the matter on llic fol lowing Monday. The conference was held, but negotiations failed, and the in en ?are still on strike. There arc lf-li men employed in the works. *A meeting was held in the Waterside Workers' Hall, and was a...

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

International Notes. Finland. A resolution which is being adopted c/urywhere in working men's meetings declares that the Finnish working class t.ocs not feel. itself bound by the Russian Imperial law just introduced, that they will fight against its realisation, and that in this struggle they will only rely upon their own strength, and not upon the co operation ot the bourgeois parties. The resolution concludes by calling upon the workers to move heaven and earth to strengthen and extend their organisa tion. Recently the cables to Australia an nounced that a well-known British Sociai Democrat had been warned to cease his revolutionary propaganda in Finland or leave the country. 'Justice' declares that no ?well-known ?Social-Democrat from Britain has been conducting propaganda in Finand, and brands the statement as a lie emanating from a Liberal news paper.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Administrative Council. At last week's meeting of the Adminis trative Council, correspondence was re ceived from the Sydney Branch, intimating rejection of Old Age Pensions Conference resolution, and demanding ballot on resolu tion, re trade unions lieing eli gible to form branches. Resolved that same be placed on ballot paper with item chal lenged by Victoria. Correspondence was received from R. Hogg, New Zealand, re special conference between N.Z. and Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

HOV/ TO GET A Library for Nothing! Read This! ? and Get to Work! I'ou every TWKXTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly. --r yearly) that YOU send in for Thk Ixtkuxatioxal .Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books to lie selected from the following, and also from the Socialist Literature list of the In ternational Socialist Literature Department, published in this issue. This oiYer will apply as from August 1. It is not madft. with reference to renewed subscriptions. Hooks containing 20 receipt iorms will be issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. Names of new subscribers, together with amounts collected, must be handed in weekly while receipt books must be returned at the end of each quarter for audit purposes. Write at- once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Tin-; JxtkhxatioxalSociaust, the uncompromising, lighting nrpsinof Rev olutionary Socialism; a...

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The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

?!,&- ? . ? _^_ ? ; The Passing Show. I COXUUCTKl) HY OTIJS. |'Wnrn-:s ;in Adelaide correspondent: Simp Sson's striUi! is ended, the workers having I been drugged by tho Labor politicians, and itlie Wages Board o[ Capitalism is to rule. lA loeal labor celebrity who has-been given Ki- place on a certain Board ' hopes the ?Hoard will sit for six months' because lie is getting a guinea a day for playing a part in wfh(- Mill v old circus. || A guinea a day for doing the. clown busi '3aess and making mock bargains with the ?^exploiters as to the extent they may legally .'.Mob the people ! What a' memj old time 1 unii! of these chaps arc having ! ?1 Fifty boys, employed as .tin canister |§iakers, struck work at S. T. Leigh's big Jg irinting works last week. In less than an M our, the Government had a detachment of m olico guarding the printing ollice, and 1 'hen the Svdncy Labor Council ollicers ap :| icarod on the scene they were promptly $1 loved on. Later on, the general manage...

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"REVOLUTION". [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

' REVOLUTION.' And though ye caught your noble prey within your hungmiiu's sordid thrall; And though ye led yoni'cuptive forth beneath the city's rampart wall ; ' . And though the grass lies o'er her green, where, at the earjy morning's red, The peasant girl brings funeral wreaths -1 tell you that she is not dead! .. ' ? ?; And though from oh' the lofty brow ye cut the j ringlets flowing long; p And though ye herded her amid thieves' and felons' £ hideous lliroiiz; | And though ye gave her felon fare; bade felon 6 garb her livery he; I And though ye set the oakum task— I tell you that [£' she still is free! iy And though condemned to banishment, ye hunt ?.'?', her down through distant lands, f5 And though she seeks a foreign hearth and silent '- mid it ashes stands; ~ - And though she .bathes her wounded feet where Ss, foreign streams seek foreign seas; M Yet, yet she never more will hang her harp on H JJabel's wi low trees. j« Ah, no, she strike-- its every string, and hi-ls it jSK...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
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What Socialists Stand For. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

What Socialists Stand For. Human life depends upon food, cloth ing and shelter. Only when these are assured are freedom, culture and higher human development possible. To produce food, clothing and shel ter, land and machinery are needed. Land by itself does not satisfy human UUtillS. JLl UllKUl iili.'WI 'gv;bo. .ill \\ Jllil terials and food out of the soil by cre ating machinery and using it upon the land. Whoever has control of land and machinery has control of human labor, and with it of human life and liberty. Today the machinery and the land used for industrial purposes are owned by a rapidly decreasing minority. 'So long as machinery is simple and easily handled by one man, it docs not make its owners so powerful that they can dominate the sources of life of others. But .when machinery be comes more and more complex and. expensive, and requires for its effec tive operation the organised effort of many workers, its influence reaches over wider circles of life. The owners of su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

AD 1 H|f 1 firou'di this para Ked mark &™^ u^* SCIUI'TIOX HAS EXPIRED, und liiuslbe renewed if y.m d.j/iro t'ui papar to be con tinued. Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. The International Socialist Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. Under tlio control of Joint Executives, ' International Socialists. I H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. i Offices : 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. I Ileiulquiirtere : 27! Pitt Slreut, Sydney. All Business Coimmuiicutioiis to be addressed to the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to tl-o Editor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia— Is. per year ; Is. per quarter. New Zealand— Ss. per year ; L's per quarter. Other Countries— Ss per year ; 2a per quarter. The. Inltrnalimml Sociali.it xvill be sent FJiEIS OF CHARGE la Schools of Art*, on condition that il m My filed. Obtainable from The International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Mdliniirnc The Socialist Party of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

THE PRESS FUND fAIR. -- -? -♦? ? Prkskxts have been received for the above from the following comrades : Miss Ma»gie Dunker, 2 pin cushions, 7 sateen Dorcthv bags, 4 hat-pin bottles, 1 hanging globe-. * a ~ ? : Pair knitted baby's bootees. 2 flowered and fancy-stitched' side-board runners. Paul Pantano, 5 volumes valu able Socialist works, 2 pamphlets '' J D ? 12 cups and' saucers. H. Diedrichs, 2s. U Uertel, 8 dozen assorted aerated waters. M.- Solomon, rolled 'gqid watch*. K G Dnilunel, ink-staud and bottle. - The success or failure of the Fair depends i-poii you, comrades and sympathisers, and we ask you to ensure its success by sending presents. The paper we have struggled for years to bring into existence is now an ac complished, fact; -.Let us keei.it humming. Sena your preseiu and donations along at once. F. W. HARRIS, Secretary. International Socialist Club. A SPECIAL GKXKiuiTMUKTlN-G of S?'t 'iei»bers 1S Cflllwl for THURSD-YY NhXI, September s, for the purpose of amending r...

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PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

PRESS PUND. Jo s d Already acknowledged - 41 4 . (j Per ('). Jorgensen (Book lo) — ^ H.I). Is, Shewed Is - - 0 2 0 F. A. Anderson - - 0 1 0 0. Multhon - - - 0 ??- 0 Garlish - - -00!) A Friend - ? - - 0 0 (? 1-nend - - -(TO:* -). Martin - - . q ?- q F. Theis - . - 0 T (j L. Mvorsulgo, sen. - - 0 1 n g. po.,1 . . 0 x i; K. Wenzel - - '-'?()? 1 0 I). Severt. Adanistown - () \] 0 Friend oF Socialists, Adanistown - 0 .7 (J L. Garbora, Day Dawn, W.A. - U ' I! 0 £ 12 18 0 Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged . (; y (j Total - . .|,s 1:5 0 A misprint occurred in hist week's ac ki.owledgmcnts. R. H. Kunze Is, should have read: !?:. H. Kunze .')-?.

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Answers to Correspondents. Ri:ma, Nyngan.— Received. Thanks for kindly sentiments: -ilso for donation ' G. A., Childers.— Thanks. A.W.G.M., Sydney.— Thanks. 'E..J.U., Mallacoota. — Copv received Thanks ' ' : iv.V.C.,' Broken Hill.— Sub. and copy re ceived.-. ' '?..--.?- ? -L.G., Day Dawn, W.A.— Si.b.,. etc., re ceived. '..-F.W., Adelaide.— Sorry cairt find room.. Thanks for good wishos. .,'.'-: H.L.'D., Sydney'. — Next issue. -.- Replies' to a number of other correspon dents, are unavoidably hold over.

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Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For ifhlmil In- Hi,' /iiviv of nil ,/-m/- irrnllli, dnwl (;„-{-. „;? him- ,,„;,!' il hi' full. Ax engineer named Mitchell was badly scalded at Wollongong through the side of the condenser of the steamer Five Islands blowing out in the ongiiu room. James McPaul was employed driving a | cart in a paddock at Cundelo, Avhon a fall ! ing Iree struck him, smashing his head to a i pulp. '- \\ . Smith, a store employee at Dapto, was I seriously injured by a x;\- explosion on Sat : urday night. ; While working the Hying lux at Barren ; -Jack rock-lifting. John Naughton had oik j of his legs crushed between the machine and j a roc c . ! John Devlin, 70, was found dead inabed ; room at Iicdfern. He had slianjcled himself. ! A fireman named Brown fell a distance of , -N- feet (low,, the hold the steamer Morea, ; iin'd was injured internally an I about the j head. J Frank H ul burl, employed at the new Zinc mill, Broken Hill, bad his arm cau...

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Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. Factory No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

? Whcp ]Awai*ds Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. HY. A CLICKKK. Factory No. 2. In this factory, the men are on weekly wages.. They comply with the law; but ithe- unchecked system of pace-making makes them bigger scabs than the piece workers of No. 1 Factory. The word 'scab' one uses with reluctance; for, as Kugene V. Debs once said: 'I know something of the conditions under which they toil, despair, and perish, and it seems to ine. that there is no star that sheds a ray of hone for them.' The men pay into the union, and this Abode of Slavery is classed as a Union Shop. The man who gets Is' per. hour, of 48s per week, does 5S pairs of watertight* — quoted in No. 1 at ISs to £\ per dozen. Hence, at log price, jCA- 8s. Subtract 48s. and 40s remains ; and, thus, to the extent of 40s per week he scabs it on the union and the log and the law ; at thc^ same, he isn't guilty of any breach of the law. The law was made for the Boss, you see. But, understand, all the men in th...

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Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. ?-JJoMAix— Walsh (chair), lliluv, Wilson. . land. ? ' Maktix Plait.— Sla.li- (chair). Walsh.' WJN,1,,, GoiM.iii:i:x-.sn:i:i:i^-Miv. Harris (chair). Hockiii', The Evuniiur .Uuutinjps will ikmiir.ciiee at 7.

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Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Broken Hill. The latest sensational happening in Bro ken Hill is the bread war. A few weeks ago a master baker, backed by a large firm (Donaldson and Son), decided to lower the price of bread below the cost of production — apparently to crush the Combined Union's co-operative bakery. The other master bakers followed, and lowered the mice from 4d to 24d a loaf at the shons and 3d delivery. Consumers went to the nearest shops to get their bread cheaper. The Combined Unions were forced into the war. As the co-operative ventures have not the capital behind them that the masters have, things were in a serious way. The Bakers' and Bread Garters' Unions held a meeting and decided to take definite action. A strike was averted by the co-operative committee meeting the employers and fix ing the price of bread for Broken Hill, sub ject to the market price of flour. With the I exception of Nelson and Son, all the master I bakers fell in into line. Backed by Don- I aldson's, Nelson will continue...

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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Sydney Jottings. IJY K..I.H. Good floor, large crowd, ideal music, were the features of the social held in the Queen's Hall on Tuesday evening, of last week. Theo. Hansen made a capable M.C. The committee, Mesciames Johns, Slade, Anderson, and Dunn worked ene getically and made the catering a success. Dancing was indulged in till midnight. Den ford and Riley essayed to speak at the Markets on Saturday evening. Den ford opened and drew a large crowd. Riley followed, and after speaking for about half-an-hour the police interfered and pre vented the meeting from being continued. Riley asked why were they stopped when the Salvation Army was allowed to continue their meeting. This query elicited no an swer . The Domain meeting maintained its re putation us usual, ji largo crowd congregat ing to hear the various speakers. Feld husen was chairman. Wilson gave a re sume oi Kropotkin's Mutual Aid. Mrs. Harris spoke on the class war. Riley's subject was the Socialist movement and its developm...

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Bernard Shawisms. Education. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Bernard Shawisms. Educati:n. Wiikx a man teaches something he does not know to somebody else who has no aptitude for i;, and gives him a certificate ot' profici ency, the la'.ter has completed tho education of a gentleman. ? ? Royalty. ?.Kings arc not born: they are -undo by artificial hallucination. ? : ?? ?The Court is the servant's hall of the sovereign'. ' ?? ?''_-.' -Vulgarity in a king Matters the majority of the nation. ? '? ' - ?.?-.Tho'Jluiikoyisni propagated by the throne is- the' price we pay for its. political conveni ence.'- ? ? , , . . . Democracy. .:Jf .the lesser mind could measure the greater. as afootrule can measure a pyramid, there would bo finality in universal suffrage. As:'it is,' the political problem remains un solved: -' ' . ? -Democracy substitutes election by the in competent ma'ny for appointment by the corrupt fox. ' Under tho Lab^r Party's conscription scheme, boys will have tq start to learn the murder business at 12 years of age.

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Through Prison Bars. An Interview with Peter Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

Through Prison Bars. ? - — --. — . — .. An Interview with Peter Bowling. UY H.K.II. Ix accordance with the Party's decision, 1 left Sydney by Friday evening's mail train, accompanied by Mrs. Bowling and my own little namesake, Harry E. Bowling, to chat for a brief regulation space with the man whose name rings from the centre to the sea-board of Australia in these days of politi cal stienuousnoss. As the train' whirled away through the night, and conservation in the compartment eased down the idea that predominated in my mind was how Peter Bowling was then lying in a chill- prison cell— for having been brave enough and honest enough to do the right thing— and low Labor Party :nen, with deeper bloodstains on their hands than Pilate had when he turned the Nazarone agitator over to the howling Jews for. crucifixion, were mounting to place, to \m\vec, to pay, on a ladder constructed out of the wrongs done to Peter Bowling. Betrayers! Liars! Hypocrites! They joined hands with Wade to hou...

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War and Militarism. From a Socialist Standpoint. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 3 September 1910

War and Militarism. From a Socialist Standpoint. MY Till-: SLA VIO. lu-u years moii havis pruaulibd and prayed for the advunt of universal puace. It lias buun claimed to bo the special mission of the Church, us the representative of the Prince of Peace, to actively strive to inaugurate such a condition that war would be impos .?iKI/l l^llf .il-'f/lit ') i\t \t \ -*T^..1«t. 4 K .V great Christian lands are becoming more and more armed camps. Most of the time the great nations are at one another's throats, or are actively engaged' in subjugating the smaller peoples. The Christian Church has become the well-paid and trusted handmaid of the Capitalist Class. She has become, together with rum and the bayonet, the most potential weapon the modern ruling classes possess for opening up fresh fields for commercial exploitation. As a pro pagandist of peace, the church has signally failed. In recentyears,how ever, there have arisen a host of noble men of marked ability, noD only essayists, but...

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