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WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH JESUS? A PARSON'S QUESTION ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH A PARSON'S QUESTION ANSWERED. ; '[Fou Tiik ixTEKXATio.v.M. Socialist.] -'?' l HV (UTS. ANUKKSOX. ?!' . 1-Ik stood in the doi'k to answer '?' ': '?'?'? ; ' . (The charge, that the clerk hail rek:''1''''''' I ?',: ' Tins imui is charged ;us a vagrant ' '''' / ; \\lio has not 'money— r iio'r bread. ' ? ' ;??' 'He wanders about the country, : . ?'?-? . And stirreth the poor to strife; - lie will own no man his master, ' - ? ' ; ? ' And swell no proflts'in life.-. '-?--?.. ) ;.. Me leaches the low ,ami wretched. .,' .', . .'? - ? That they. are the equals otki 11),% . .. I That great men shall yet he humbled;. - j 1' or. Time a Xuw;0rderbring«.^ ,, .;-.,, .. : ?'.. ' ???*.? ??:?/. :.: :*,; . ? ??.?::;?::'♦.-. -. .- ) ,-.?? ; ; What is the verdict?, . ..,. '.' GUILTY!'' . So Law kiul Order prevail'. J '' ' ' :;' ' ' i The sunteiicc |s TWO. ,YKAKS5'. LA BOll. | ..V'Kori-Hiet'gooll 61 the'Sfati' ifi'ijaili'1 -'?'?' ' ! ?* . , ? ?'-,'*'':,'' ? * i '. O/i i/c n:/i(i qi;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This! — and Get to Work ! '? ? ? -i— ? : ? : ? — ? '? . ? 1 1 :i »r - Foil every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly) or yearly) that YOU send in for Tiik Lntkhkatioxal Socialist, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books to be selected from the fallowing, and also from the, Socialist Literature list of the In ternational Socialist Litenitnre Department, publisliccl in this issue. This offer will apply as from August 1. It -is not' made with reference to renewed subscriptions. Books 'containing '20 receipt iorms will 1)e issued to ..members and other approved can vassers on application. Names ,ot 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 pnee 'for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers for Tiik IxtkunatioxalSociaust, the unco...
The Fair for the Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
The Fair for the Press Fund. 'Splhxdid! A credit to the Party! Long may Tiik Ixtkuxatioxai, Socialist live!' Such are the sentiments expressed near and far by all interested in the future of the woi k ing class. But can you not see bhe deeper significance underlying. the objective of our Party? Can you not imagine prostitution banished from our midst? The children uiKen rrom tne labor clens and placed in sunny centres where all sweet things bloom ; the hovels of the poor replaced by villas; happier lives for the people, with more lei sure to enjoy the beauties of nature or to dive into its mysteries? The hills, the val leys, the foliage, the waters, the human frame, hold secrets your heart must crave to learn.' And if you would have the world advance and not stagnate, then help to edu cate it. Help the Fair! Send along pre sents, use your best endeavors to make it a success, so that the paper may still go on its mission among the masses, hearing glad tid ings of great joy, acting as...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
Answers to Correspondents. M.C., Corrhnal. — Don't worry about that. The second ballot won't save Wade and Co. But McGowcn and Co. will just as faithfully represent ai-i. classes. An:l ;be penal-clause bludgeon will still be available for brain smashing unions whose members go on strike and imperil the profit-making of the robber faction. J.P., Bathurst.— The profits of the Bath urst municipal gas works represent the un paid wages of labor— all profits do. The, fact the gas is municipally owned doesn't make it a Socialist concern. Only a deplor ably ill-informed person would call that sort of thing Socialism. Socialism does not ex ploit the Avorkers; yourmunipical gas-works does: it exploits them for the benefit of the property-owning taxpayers. J;:y-C'!, Nrok.ul\ Hih.-A new English edition of Francis Adams' book, ' Songs of the Army of the Night,' has recently been published. Don't know whether it's procur able in Australia. Cole's Book Arcade Sydney or Melbourne, might be able to ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
I he cables report that 'an uproar was caused at the International Socialist Con gress at Copenhagen when Keir Mardie ad vocated a strike of the trades producing war material whenever war was declared The sub-committee's draft resolution urged that it is uie auiy ot .Socialists not to vote money tor military purposes and to demand dis armament. Keir Hardic, spealting on be halt ot the English delegates, declared thiit the scope of the resoluticn was too limited. 1 hey demanded that on the outbreak of war the workers should proclaim a strike within 2-4 hours. '?
PRESS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
PRESS FUND. £ a d Already acknowledged - -12 V,- 0 Rebel, Nyngan - - 0 5 0 1;[. M - . - 0 2 0 Carhsh - - - 0 1 (I Friend - - -00;} M. Schonenberg, jun. - 0 1 0 Germi - - - 0 1 0 Fuleger - - - 0 1 0 R. Welzel - - - 0 1 0 Diedericks - - - 0 1 0 Per 0. Jorgensen (Hook lo)— \ P. Welzel Ls, Shewed Is,' H.D. lri. ? - -. --,Q3 0 £48' !J ;-5 -Advanced as Loans'. ' Already acknowledged - 6 0 0 Total . ' '. ' . .jj) -) ?', R.' Wenzel Is, in last issue, should have been R. Welzel 1s. . /yi'w'Mimiiiications to be addressed toO. W. Jorgensen, secretary, Press' Fund Com mittee, -274 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
Broken Hill. Accidents in the Hill have been very fre quent of late. Several this week. In one of these a young man, by the name of Hul bert, had his arm torn out from the socket. Very little notice is taken of it. Plenty of wngc-.3kvos to take his place. ''Man is like the spoke of a wheel; when broken remedy easy by placing a new one in its plaoe. The A.M. A. recently appointed a check inspector tor tnc nneot lode, ms duties being to inspect all dangerous places, and sec that they were rectified. According to the Mines ?.Inspection Act, 24 hours notice has to be given when visiting the mines. A few of the mines' managers acceded to the request, and granted permission, but some seriously objected, saying that two inspectors had to be appointed to meet the requirements of the 'Mines' Inspection Act. With that the ?A .M . A . immediatej.v.iu-vpointed smother in spector; but to their surprise when march ing on to the Central and Block 10 they were immediately ordered off tha leases. In...
S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
S.F.A. News & Notes. Sydney Jottings. BV K..1.II. Tin-: usual Club .social passed off success fully on Friday evening. Sunday morning looked threatening, and it rained heavily; but the afternoon cleared up beautifully, and a very largo crowd at tended the Socialist meeting in the Domain. Walsh again got into harness and took the chair. Riloy. followed, and trenchantly criticised the' inauguration of wattle day, showing that the fostering of the national the attention of the workers from their social conditions. Wilson dealt with the South Australian Labor Party and their attitude towards the workers there, pointing out that political action is useless unless it is Revolu tionary Socialist action backed up by con scious working-class organisation. Hjlland was the last speaker. Ho made brief refer ence to his visit to Peter Bowling. A Labor Party intcrjector went away disco nfited. Every available copy of Tins Ixtkkxa tioxai. Socialist was bought up at to Do main meeting, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
WANTED. SMART LAI) (or TIIK INTKRNATLON' \L ..SOCIALIST Ollice. Onu with p uvioux expo-' neiice. preferred. Apply at 01 Gonlburn-«t. .Sydney, at 12 noon this .Saturday, Propaganda Fixtures. Domain— Sloan (chair), Mrs. Harris',- Wilson ? Hirst, \\ uIhIi. - ? Martin 1'i.ack— I larris (chair), Hirst, WuMi. ? . GoL-i.i)i;it.\-.srni:CT— Sloan (chair), Slade, Wil.-on The- ICvciiing Meetings will commence at 7,
"Who is to Rule?" [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 10 September 1910
'lo is to Rule?' - - - . .+. ... — I!V A r.NITKI) I.AllOltKlt. CowAiti-, you have made the great riifnsal ! You haw won the jiil'k- praise Of the wriiuers of his heart's-lilood from the. worker's sunless days, Of the lord and the land-owner, of the rich man who hats bound Labor on the wheel to break him, strew his rent limbs on the firouud. — FitAxeis Adam.s. | A victory! A. victoiy at last! La ; bor has come to its own ! So went .' : \ forth the shout on April 2 when \ the electors of South Australia re ?- . | . turned as their representatives an ab . I . solute majority of pledged Labor | men\bers. That victory led the ! workers to believe that the niillen ?? \ nium had at last been reached, that t the trades unions would no longer de '''?(?? mand in vain the redress of their ' grievances through the governmental machine. Alas, but how bitter is I the disappointment of the workers of : that State now. \ Every industrial happening since the advent of the Labor Government has proved...
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Germany. Hearty congratulations to our comrade Wilhclm Keil on his magnificent victory in the Reichstag bye-election for the Cannstatt Ludwigsburg division of Wurtemberg. The figures arc as follows : Social-Democrat, IS. 70,5: National Liberal. !).52S: Peasants' League, 4,!)30; making a majority of 4,247 for the Socialist. This is the first time that a member of our party has been returned for this constituency, which was hitherto re presented by a National Liberal. Keil is the political editor of the Schicahlsche Tayivachl, and lias already been a member of the Land tag for some years. His success brings the number of Socialists in the Reichstag up to 50. Wurtemburg Socialists have achieved a remarkable success in the by-election to the Landtag, at Welzheim . In the second ballot the Socialists headed the poll with 1,448 votes to 1,200 polled by the National Liber als, in spite of the fact that the Radicals supported the latter. Nearly 700 more per sons recorded their votes than in...
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
France. The elections for the Department Councils resulted in a net gain of IS saats for the So cialists. Elected were: li)4 Conservatives and mem bers of the Action Liberal; Progressists, 164; Republicans of the Left, Radical, Radical Socialists and Republican-Socialists, -S'.)b' ; United Socialists, 4(i; second ballots neces sary, 142. Of Mic 7(i Socialist Deputies in the French Chamber, 30 are wage-workers and 7 farm ers. Six are doctors, 3 schoolmasters, o merchants, and S college professors. One of the working men is described as a window cleaner, another is ?. sailor, and two others are set down as shoemaker and postman re spectively.
Bulgaria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Bulgaria. The Bulgarian socialists have sent the following telegram to I'Humanite: 'The seventeenth Congress of the Bulgarian So cial -Democmtie Labor Party congratulates itself on having organised an imposing de monstration in favor of revolutionary Pan ; Socialism against reactionary Pan Slavism t immediately after the Pan-Slav reunion. I The Congress thanks the delegates ot the I Russian, Czech-Slovene, Servian and Uk j rainian brother-parties for their attendance ! and sends to tl|p Socialist International the i warm greetings of the representatives of the I organised Bulgarian proletarian, assuring ? you that in the land where Russian absolut ism hopes to regain its lost prestige the So cialist young guard is at its post and ( is watching over the cause of liberty and So cialism in the Balkans. Long live the In ternational ! Long live Socialism, the lib erator!' ?
Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Belgium. I :. Caniille Huysmans, Socialist, who initi »:'ated the exhibition of home-work and 1 sweated industries in connection with the H Brussels World Exhibition, has received a H'stranae distinction inconsequence— namely, iking Albert nominated him as Commander ffof the Leopold order ! Huysmans, in a let 'tcr to the Minister, which was full of wit and political humor, politely, but very de ' cidedly, refused to accept the distinction.
International Notes. Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
International Notes. Austria. Tun Vienna Arbe-ilcr Zeiluny, central organ of the Austrian Social-Democracy, has just removed. to a home of its own. The new house, built by the party, will become a centre of Socialist life in -Vienna. The party secretary s nureau, me printing omcc, the editorial and publishing offices of the central organ, of the women's paper, and a g.iod many other party institutions, will have their headquarters there; also the sec retarial bureau of the Trade Unions Com ' -mission will have its premises there until ;? 'the plan of a Gcwerkschaftsh uis is carried :;;out. , The house is in every respect worthy I' of the great work .to be carried on within it.
An Appeal for the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
An Appeal for the Press. I?Y O. W. .IOKHKXSON. Whkx just live months ago we launched Tiik Intkkxatioxal Social ist — purchasing machinery and type for this purpose — we fully recognised the stupendous nature of the task we were undertaking. But we did not shrink from this, because we knew the resources of the International Socialists where the interests of the movement are involved. The Hol land fund, initiated to maintain the wife and family of the .present editor of the Tin-: Ixtkuxatioxal Socialist, when he had to surrender his liberty for the Socialist cause, gave us a lesson in the possibilities of things. The Press Fund, with a few pounds added, made it possible for us to pay a cash deposit of £30 on a plant costing nearly £150, the balance to be paid off in easy, monthly instalments of £7 SsOdeach. These instalments have been regularly met as they have fallen due, thanks again to the friends who have contributed tc the Press Fund. In the meantime, the loss on the production o...
THE WORKERS' HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
THE WORKERS' HYMN. I jIiave listened to the sighingof the burdened and ? ? the hound, I have lieurd it eha- ged to crying with n menace in the Hound; I have seen the money-getters pass unheeding on the way, As they went to forge new fette s (or tlie people day ny day. Then the Voice of Labor thundered forth its pur , po.se and its need, And I in rvelled and 1 wondered at the cold dull . ear of greed; For as chimes, in some gre.it steeple, tell the pass '', ing of the hour, .So .the voices of the people tell the death of pur ' chase power. AH the gathered dustof ages God is brushing from :.? his hook; He is opening up its page-, and he bid? his chi d ren look ; . And in shock and conflagrations, and in pestilence and strife, - lie- is speaking to the nations of the brevity of life. Mother Earth herself in shaken by our sorrows, and '' our crimes; And .she bids her sons awaken to the portent. of the v times; With her travail pains upon her, she is hurling . . from their place All the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Order from 0. W. Jorgensen, Secretary, literature De partment, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney. Also' procurable at (il Goulburn-street. S.F.A. Post Cards. 1. ' What the Labor Party has got for the Politi cian with Compulsory Arbitration— Osborne. Park, Gore Hill, the residence of Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.P.' ; and 'What the Labor Farty has got for the Worker.- with Compulsory Ar bitration—Miners' Mansions at Platt.sburg. 2. -'Coal Country Contrasts.' 'The residence of Mr. Alex. Ross (Wallsend Coal Co.), Platts burg' ; and ''Miners' Home.: on Wallsend Co.'s Estate at Plattsburg.' a. 'Where the Miners Live.' 'Pitt Town, Wallsend,' and 'Miners' Homes.' 4. 'The Red Flag Brigade'— jailed for protesting ? against the Coercion Act. ? 5. II. E. Holland — sentenced to two years' hard labor in Albury Jail for sedition for a speech '? in connection with the Broken Hill Lockout. 0. l!K)i) Conference Delegates. \ One Penny Each. Assorted Packets, 0 for 4d. I . Postage Extra. i Wholesale trom General Treasur...