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

, S.F.A. Library, No. ]. 'H The Materialist Conception of History I , By ' Dogmatist.' I Tlie .Finest Australian Socialist Publication. I '' ;- , MUCK;: 3d: Posted, -id. M lMiuT.in*. Sydney. from tlie I.S. Group and at all :? r-. .'-'.. ,!?'. j-. Socialist nieotiiifis. ;H ? Also from the Yic.' Socialist Party ; Socialist ]? Party of South Australia ; Barrier Socialist Group, H Kta. ?.?;'?-.-.? ' ? !? --?'.'. .??,'. 'Wholesale from (H The ' Socialist Federation of Australia, 274 Pitt |H ?;. - ' . .? Street, Sydney. jH H. E. Hoi.i.a.n-1), Gun. Sec. il Aug. Bouax, Gen. Tieas, 'H

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

Socialist literature. Economic Argument for Industrial (.'monism (Vine St. John). Per do/ , -M Id What Life Means To Me (.lack London) hi What is a Seal) (A. M. Simons) Id Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) i(( Jones's. Hoy Id Kconomir Foundations, of Australian Polities I'd Commercial Morality ;-,] Debate -m Socialism (Cleinenecau-Jaures) 5d Tin: Capitalist ('lass (Kaut.sky) ?-,{ The Proletariat (Katilsky) ~)(\ The Class Struggle (Kantsky) Z(\ The. Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) |-t| Economies of Labor (JI. QiH'Icli) ?--) Socialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorgo) ~»d The Future of Woman (II. Burrows) T\\ Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (J. Council) ' ., I Tins Evils of Competition (H. O'JJonnell) '-ti Some; Objections to Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler'; .-,, The Class War (A. W. llumphii.y) r,(, The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST KIIKK. Women & the Social Problem (May Simons) --,\ The Evolution of the Class Struj,'jrle '( W. Noyos) ~M Revolutionary ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Socialist Literature. Economic Argument for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St. John). Per do/- , \k\ Id What Life Means To Me (Jack London) Id What is a Seal) (A. M. Simons) Id Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) Id Jones's Hoy ? id Economic Foundations of Australian Politics 2d Commercial Morality 2d Debate on .Socialism (Clemenceau-Jaurcs) I'd The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d The Proletariat (Kautsky) 2d The Class Struggle (Kautsky) 2(1 The Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2d Economics of Labor (H.'Quelch) 2d Socialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorge) 2d The Future of Woman (H. Burrows) 2d Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (J. Council) ?),[ The Evils of Competition (B. O'Donnell) --d Some Objections to Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler'; ... Tin; Class War (A. W. Ilunipluey) Z,\ The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST FJ1KE. Women & the Social Problem (May Simons) 'd The Evolution of the Class Struggle ( W. Noyes) 2d Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) ~-d Wage...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. Industrial Unionism and Trades Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Open Column. Industrial Unionism and Trades Unionism. Bekokk the increasing development of Capitalism with its never-ending introduction of labor-saving machin ery and ';he concentration of wealth into fewer hands, the present form of working-class organisation, Trades Unionism, stands helpless and impo tont. Fortunately for the working class, this fact is recognised by a small sec tion, and they advocate a new form . of working class organisation, known as Industrial Unionism, so as to keep abreast c-f the increasing develop ment of Capitalism. One would think that the working class would gladly listen to the message of these pioneers and welcome the form of organisation that they advocate. But this is not so; it is quite the oppo site. The organised workers refuse to hear them on the Trades Union Councils, and have defeated the pro posal to adopt this new form of or ganisation by an overwhelming ma jority in their Trade Union Con gresses. 'When the average trades unionist is asked...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FENCE OR THE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

THE fENCE OR THE AMBULANCE. 'Twas a dangerous clifT, as t.icy freely con fessed, Though to walk near its crest was so plea sant; But over its terrible edge there .had slipped A duke and full many a peasant. So the people said .something would have to be done, But their uroieets did not at all ?tallv. Some, ' Put a fence around the edge of the cliff,1' ? ? Some, ' An ambulance down in the val ley.' , ../.'? But the cry for the ambulance carried the day, And it spread through the neighboring city; A fence may be useful or not, it i.s true, But each heart became brimful of pity For those who flipped over that dangerous cliff. And the dwellers in highway and alley Gave pounds or gave pence, not to jmt up a fence, But an ambulance down in the valley. Then an old sage remarked : ' It's a marvel to me That people give far more attention To repairing results than to stopping the cause, When they'd heLter aim at prevention. Lut us stop at its source all this mischief, ;- cried he, 'Come neig...

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 — 10 September 1910

1 i S.RA. News & Notes. South Australia. . iiy.u.s.t.-. Tino strikebreaking fraternity, with the a 'sistanci of the exploiters, have succeeded in fooling th6 workers once more. 'When tlie Conciliation -Board . met to deal with tin grievances 'of the -employees at Simpson'. factory, Simpson would, not consent to them dealing with any other question but that of the moulders, mid as both parties have ti» agree as'to the matters the'Board shall ile.il with thi- led t) a deadlock. But we have a Labor Government in power, which inteml building'up a reputation for preventing and breaking strikes, and so Simpson knew lie was following a oafe course. On Tuesday night last the Implement Makers-' Society held a meeting to consider the natter, as the employees were feeling a bit I'ore over things. The strike-breaker.-' delegate, Blundell, attended the meeting, and .1. have, been informed that he stated that Simpson 'should agree to wages boaul being established to deal with the matter. ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fate of the Worker. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

The Fate of the Worker. ]5Y J. BJ-VMKXTHAL. How 'many workers who are com pelled to live in the growing slum areas of' the cities are there who know that their line is? doomed to extinction through their veiy envir onment?' Very tew,- indeed, are aware of this fact, and the same might be said of their knowledge of anything that is essential to human progress, ! both mental and physical. The ignoiance of the masses is one of the standing disgraces of our so called .civilisation. 'With the vast growth in the production of com modities within the last century that would, under better economic con ditions, have made for the better ment of the human race, we find that the, capitalistic system , of _ private ownership of the means of produc tion is the cause of all those evils which are bred in the congested slum areas of that social puerility — the modem city . ??Whenever the statistics' of the poor show a higher death rate (as they usually do) ' in comparison to that of the richer secti...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

[ t Spain. ' , pSpaia is in the throes of a revolutioiuvhich is anti-clerical, political, and industrial. Martial law, has been proclaimed at Bilboa, in the north of Spain, where a' 'great strike of miners and- dockers 'is described1 'by the capitalist press a,s revolutionary in charac ter.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wattle Day. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Wattle Day. , ? + ? HY K. -I. 1UI.KV. V.'iiTlst the : 'workers of the world generally nre realizing more and more every day that they constitute a class, and their interests, are identical, no matter what flag Hies above, them (the Mag being only an emblem of Capitalism), here in Australia in the Twentieth Century the workers are falling f-!i«v vi«'t.iiii« to thi' Xiit.innn.l Sentiment ci-iv,. They believe tI)03T are a superior lot of indi viduals; that their conditions in Australia are so superior to that of other countries that one day a year should be set aside for the purpose of being told this by the capi talists or their representatives — judges, law yers, editors, parsons, etc. September 1 is to bo set aside in future as Wattle Day, and on this day the capitalists are to scratch the backs of the workers and tell them, as one judge put it, ' how fortu nate they are to be born in Australia'- what a grand and glorious country Australia is for the worker; how free and independent...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

..?.:. ',:?' FrarirG. ',-.'. ??,' -:-,:-. ':?:?: .'.Three . hundred ;.;milliners';;:emploj^ees ) iin j .Paris struck,, work, .and wrecked ,a( shop, jn j jthe,( lxiie Reaumur.' '; When . they' weVe'-at-; 'tiickcd: by the gendarmes they'' used liii'tp ins: aiid ? waistbelts !iind scissors. 'Ono'hu'ndrcdj 'arrests: were made.. '.-';- il-tiln -;--^;j!:i

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. No. 4 Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. HV A CMCKEH. No. 4 Factory. Hkke the employees are working under the stinging lash without protest. or interference by the union. Female employees are only allowed to go the lavatory twice a clay, once in the morning and once in thoaftcrnoon.and the most shocking things happen in the woncroom as a result. Men woi-k under similar conditions. These lavatories are Kept locxod, and the Key is brought inside and held bv the boss, or nlaeecl where the boss can see everybody who goes out. This sort of thing go.es on in sonic of the most modern factories — especially in one that it cost about £30,000 to build and fix up with the very latest machinery. The on.y thing for the Avorkcr suffering with any complaint like diarrhu;a is to go homo — he or she dare not use the lavatory more than once in the half-day. This reminds me of my childhood days: ' Please, teacher, may I go out?' And the teacher would reply: ''Yes, but don't stay ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

-.,„-, ?! '': . .,,., Germany.. ;; ?,-?:--, -no,*, ? ? 'i 'The: Socialists ihave gained' anathe'r seatiin ' the; Reichstiig by. a yery, Jargti.niajijrity... ,, lt: is,, these ' r.epeided successes that, causc'tlie' kaiser to despair of re'tainiiighis job 'with' t!he; people's' consent aiill'to declare himself to be 'the instrument of God.1 ?'?' ni ? ? ?.?'?? lo ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. Lesson Five: On Hunting a Job. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. IJV (.iEOH(iE K. lUKKI'ATKICK. Lesson Five : On Hunting a Job. 1. Most jobsare inseparably CONNECTED with THINGS— with the things the work ers use (mines, tools, machinery, &c.) while working. These things are called ' the means of production.' ''The means of production' are such things as coal mines, iron mines, gold mines, copper mines, lead mines, silver mines, land, lorests, rocK quarries, aiu.it; quarries, clay banks for brick, tile, &c ; oil wells, gas wells, &c, &c. (sources of RAW MATERIAL). Also, such things as flour mills, cotton mills, woollen mills, silk mills, steel mills, shoe factories, furniture factories, lumber mills, sugar mills, tile factories, brick 'works,' locomotive 'works,' machinery, factories.ecc. (the things men use in WORK ING UP the r.iw material). Also, such things as railroads, the tele graph, telephone, warehouses, distributing stores, commercial ofiices, waggons, draft hors...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Great Britain. Th.eS.D.P. has issued a splendid mani festo for distribution in the native languages ' -bftrlndiai in which Britain's monstrous' domination of India is denounced, , and com parisons are drawn as to the British attituda towards tyranny and despotism in Spain and tyranny and despotism in India. : Thei manifesto (which we shall reprint immedi the Enclish mail brinns it to hand)' ide \ clares that 'British despotism has forced! \ the most peaceful and submissive race in the i world into an anarchist propaganda.'' i The following resolution was patted by, L] the,. Executive Council of , thq S.I). P. : — \ ' This. meeting of the Executive Council of Si the Social-Democratic Party protests strongly j against the extradition of the British sub \ ject Savarkar from Great Britain to India \ for trial on oifences whicli could far more I properly have been dealt with 'in this coun try, expresses its opinion that 'the prisoner j having landed, on French shores -should ;not \ ]v.iv...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. } Or, The Dignity of Labor. /?-)/? if IiIimmI In- lln- j,rici- i,/ nil i/onr imtllli, (li)itd (foil! we /in re /mid' it in full. Hv a fall of earth at the. Lance field mine, Lavorton (W.A.), Joseph Furraro, a miner, was killed in stantly. Arthur Gupling. driver, was un loading two large wheels from his cart at Darling Harbor, when one of the. wheels fell on him, causing severe injunus:'' ? ''' ? '' ' ? William Ivoone, shunter, was knocked down by a train at Home bush, and killed. Cecil Melene was' severely injured at Parsons Bros.' factory, Kent-street, Sydney. William Priestly, laborer, was in jured by a fall of bricks near the Haymarket. Fred. White, fireman, fell into a tank of boiling water at the Ultimo pGwcr-housc. His legs and right arm were badly scalded. .Robert Hill was struck by a piece of flying timber from a circular saw at McKenzie's timber yard, I'yr mont, sustaining internal injuries. KoLx.rt GUrylon, 14, was killed while carting bricks i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

International Notes. ; United States. ;Stu i kiscs' eloakmakers in I^ew. ; York- .at- j tempted to parade the streets ?? at noon / oh ; !Tliuraday of liist week. Tlie deinonstratipn , ?was attaeked by the police, avIio arrested1 100; of the strikers.. ; -.,., , . ,..;?;;;:{;?/ .;?, ..-.?; 1 ;. The strike of New York gannent-iriakers! : threatens to snread to lialf-a-niillidh workers ? -? 'in allied trades, says tlie. cable. . ;;' '].''?;' ., .-?,??'?- ** ? , Later cables announce that,', the strikers i | have resumed work, having practically won i ^ all their demands, including1 a1 nine-hours' I ..f day. Ten thousand families 6f the strikers! $ were on the point of; eviction from theirj '{ homes. ???' ? ?? ?? ? ??? \;!

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

The Passing Show. | i CONDUCTED BY OTUS. I Whkn Europe emerged from ;he middle I ages the rising middle class of the towns con I stituted its revolutionary element. It had j conquered a recognised position w.th medi t a'val feudal organization, but this position, [ also, had become too narrow for its expan i, sive power. The development of the micl j die class, the bourgeoisie, became incompat ! ible with the maintenance of the feudal sys I tern. The feudal system, therefore, had to fail. — Fhkdkuiok Exhkls.. London DailyNewx, an anti-Socialist paper,' said of Ferrer's murder: ' Francisco Ferrer is dead at the hands of a military tribunal influenced by every sentiment which can lend ferocity to the powers of reaction in their eternal struggle against light. Those who have followed the course of this mon strous prosecution need not be told that a judicial murder of aggravated atrocity has been done. Ferrer's crime was that in a r country where clericalism exercises a. uni versally-ha...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE WRONGED. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

THE BATTLE HYMN OP THE | WRONGED. ! We liiive seen tliu reaper toiling in the heat of summer sun, We have Keen the children needy when the har vesting was done. We have seen a mighty army dying. hopeless one by one, ' While their Hag went marching on. Oil, the army of the wretched, how they swarm the .? city street; - We have seen them in the night where the Goths ^ _ and Vandals meet, £ Wu have shuddered in the darkness at the noises I of their feet — I But their host goes inarching on. [ Our slavers' marts are empty, human flesh no more i\ is sold ,'r- Where the dealer's fateful hammer wakes the clink of heaping gold, But the slavers ot the present more relentless pow £ crs hold, s & Though the world goes marching on.. I But no longer shall the children found' 'above the I whizzing wheel, i We will free the weary women from their bondage I under steel; '??,? ? In the mines and in the forests worn and hopeless ?« man 'shall feel' ;| Hia cause is inarching on. k Then lift yo...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

' All before us lies the way Give the Past unto the wind ; . All before us is the Day, :?; / ': Night; and Darkness are behind !'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910

AD J Hflf 1 through this para Red Mark,K'Vo '^ SCRIITION HAS^EXKIREIX and must.be. renewed if you desire the paper to be eon-, tinued. ; .? ?? *'jtecfeipt;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.YV. Under the control of .Joint Executives, ? ? Internationa! Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. '; ??'' Headquarters : 274 Pitt Street, Sydney. ^?,,'Al! Business Coimmuiii-ations to be addressed ,to the Manager. All' Literary Coinmnnioations to be addressed to ' the Editor. . , SUBSCRIPTION: . Australia — Js. per year ; Is. per quarter. . New Zealand— Ss. per yi-ar ; 2s j-er quarter. Other Countries— Ss per year ; 2s per quarter. ? The International Hockliu will be sent FREE OF . CHARGE to Schools of Arts, on Condition thai it it ..lull/filed. Obtainable from .The International .Socialist Group, Sydney. ' The -Socialist Party of Victoria, M...

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