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Socialism and Liquor Question [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Socialism and Liquor Question r.v tiik slavi:. Tiik liquor question is essentially an economic problem. It is an integral part of the great problem of the just distribution of wealth, and there is no solution outside the solution of the great general social question. That drunkenness has certain defi nite economic causes is not difficult to uemonstrate. The poor man or woman, whose earnings are insuffi cient, to provide satisfactory food or clothing, who tries to cheat outraged nature by attempting to draw strength from the use of al coholic stimulants, is a victim of capitalist society. The laborer who fiees from his squalid home to seek light, warmth, andcompanionshipjn the hotel is the product of prevailing social conditions. If a worker should, by injury or illness or 'overproduc- tion,' be thrown on to the scrap heap of unemployment, and search in vain for weeks for another job, so that at last he is seized in the clutches of grim despair, or should he think of his future, and ...
Propaganda Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Propaganda .Fixtures. Domun-— Hiloy (chair), Mrs. Ilarri.-, Wil.-m, ? Iur-st, Walsh, Holland. M.umx 1'i.aci:— M .--.Dunn (chair), Slacli1, W'W-«' tion.iiL-itN-sriiKi:r— Di-nford (chair), Rilcy, 1 1 i 1— t , lloukiDji:. j The liveiiimr Mcutin-;.- will cominuruv at 7.
The G.P.O. Josiah Thomas's Sweatshop. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The G.P.O. Josiah Thomas's Sweatshop. HY II . K. 1IOU,.\XI-. On u evening, about four years ago, ii\ com pauy .wit! i the then Postmaster-General, I visited ;i country post-ofiico. where— like all pnsl-olliccs in general aiul all counlry post o.'Iiccs in particular — tlia 1 ion rs 'wore long, the wageri small, and the conditions only ?(le.scri liable by the word damnable. One ol' Hie employees seized the opportunity t(» put in a demand for improved conditions. 'I've stood this for years now,' lie told the tlic P.M.G., 'and X won't stand it any longer. I'm getting on in years, and I know what is before a. man who leaves the service to start life again; but, if I thought I couldn't get a living at something else, then, before I'd undergo another year of fiis slavery, I'd buy a revolver and blow my 1) ? brains out right here!' 'T ? is right,' said the P.M.G. as we walked down the street. ' The Postal De partment is the worst sweating hell in Aus tral ia.' What it was then it is now. Tn...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The ('ionium Emperor has announced that he disregards all earthly force's mid looks upon, himself as the specially appointed in strument of the Lord! Charles the Fir.-t was foolish enough to think that way once —and thi) English middle class chopped his head oft' with a sharp axe. Louis the Fif teentn a/so imagined vain things in the same direction, ? and the French ? middle-class operated him with an exceptionally slick guillotine. It is now the German worker day out, and everything indicates that they arc likely to wreak on Deutschland's ' In strument of God ' a far more terrible ven geance—they may even send him to work like. an honest man! ' A Party may safely bo judged by it. press. The International Socialist Parly, so ju-jded, will not fear your verdict. Join the Party, and help spread the light by spreading Tmk Ixteuxatioxal Socialist. [merest ing articles awaiting publication are by A. H. Berry, Dandelion, Ajax. ?'? Blumentlial, E.;J. Brady, Sydney Partriji'1. juulothevs.
Speeding-Up the Boot Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Speeding-Up the Boot Workers. )!V A 8YDNKV ISOOTMAKKU. A Loxii with nany other boot employees I nave been reading with much interest 'A Clicker's ' exposure of the brutal conditions that prevail in Melbourne's boot factories; and F have reason to know that ' A Clicker' is delivering solid goods. Will Tins Ixtkk NATio.NAj, Socialist open its columns for an eXlH)Snn- 11? till) iminiwn. in ii.UlnU ' |.|... i — — ..-». u» v..\s Aijiiiitiui jii i, Illicit LOU speeding-up system, which is twin brother to the'worst form of sweating, is being devel oped in Sydney. I will start' with Minalian Bros.' factory in Crown-strict. One of the Minahans is chief executive officer of the Political Labor League. He also is— or was---a delegate to Sydney LaborCoune.il. Moreover, he is the oNi.YconstitutionallysolcotodbytheExcou tive Labor candidate for. Bohnore. The ruling wage-rate is £2 Ss per week— and at this rate the Minahan's so/upulously pay their employees. Hideed, you may often sec advts. in the...
The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The Press Fund. £ s d Already acknowledged - 43 !) :- Per 0. Jorgensen (Monks 1'- and 3h': — .Mrs. Fitzhonrv, Ballina, 2s; H.M., 2s; H. Moinhardt, Is; H.I)., Is; Shewed, Is; W. Buck, Is.. - - f) S 0 C. Junes - - - 0 2 li F. Bussmann - - 0 2 li C. Livorsidgc, sen. - 0 1 0 A. .lohnsen- - - . . 0 0 (5 Garlish - - - 0 0 3 £11 I 0 Advanced as Loans. ? Already acknowledged ? -(500 Total - - 50 4 0 All communications to be addressed to 0. W. Jorgensen,' secretary. Press Fund Com- mittee, 274 Pitt-street, Sydney.'
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The Passing Show. COXUUCTKI) RY OTUS. CoMMKiwiAi. Morality and 'Blind' .Justice: Samuel Hordern and Felix Booth, trad ing as Anthony Hordurn and Sons, were charged at the Central Police .Court with selling a preparation alleged to be magnesia which wasn't magnesia according lo law. The analyst's report showed that the lluid only contained 1. o:- per cent, of carbonate of magnesia instead of 2 per cent. The label on the bottle set forth that the preparation was of the greatest value for children, and also that it should be taken by women dur ing pregnancy. It was also -/.further pro claimed on the label that the fluid was in valuable as a pick-me-up after a drinking spree. The defence was made up of an at l tempt to throw the blame on an employee, ?iand it was also stated by the defending law yer that as soon as the magnesia was found ; to be below standard it was withdrawn. This latter statement was shown to be false, In spector Kench intimating that a bottle. pur- chased three week...
THE CHRISTS OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
THE CHRISTS Of TRADE. Ciikists of the A^e of Trade! Martyrs of buuins and of hrick.s, Dying to build up a hunk where men s'litll bo hou.ht and sold, Finding your death on tlie plank, with tlic-cud'old for crucifix, ? ? . Taking your lifu in your teeth tlmt the few may ue .seized ot gold — Martyrs who perish unduly — your life for your meat give ye. Your Archetype . ied for the million — you die for ii twain or three! Building the mighty bridge for the freight of the # huckster's wares, ' ' liaising great Babel lowers that dip in the deep of the cloud, Selling your life \yith the days — with the swe.it and . _ the whitening of hairs High on the raking scaffold you build, while you .stitch your shroud — Making an eurth-broad progress that goe- not to yon when made, And leaving your blood on the .stones of the town of the Age of Trade. Dully ye goto yonrslaughter, as lung ago went Me— Giving your life and your labor ever and aye to tothe few— And their clacqueur, the ehancelleil priest...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
AT) 1 HI 1 tl i rough this para Red Mark ^ ^^ ? ***'U «iaiai t|,nt YOUR SUB SCRIPTION HAS EXPIRED, and must be lenewed if you desire the paper to be con tinued. Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. 1 i Jhe International Socialist i Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. '] Unilcr llip control of Joint Executives, ' International Socialist?. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. MiNuhinartiTs : .'74 Pitt Strvot, Sydney. All Business Coinnnr.iciitions to be adilresscd to tho Mjinagor. All I.iicrary Coinniiinii-ations to lx- aiklivsrcil to tlM-'lvlitor SUBSCRIPTION: Australia — Is. per year ; Is. per quarter. Nrw Xoaland — Ss. |xt year ; i- per quarter. OlhiT Count riiv-i—Ss |kt year ; :.'s per quarter. Tin- Inimnliimnl Snriali*! will he fnt FREE OF CUAKOE Ic Schools of Arts, on condition that it u inly filM. Obtainable from Tlio Intel-national Socialist fimnp. Sydney. The. Socialist Party of Victoria, M...
Bernard Shawisms. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Bernard Shawisms. No man can be a pure specialist without being in the strict sense an idiot. Do not give your children moral and religious instruction unless you are quite sure they -vill not take it too seriously. Better be the mother of Henri Quatre and Nell Gwynne than of Robespierre and Queen Mary ,Tudor. Criminals do not die by the hands of the law. They die by the hands of other mer.. Assassination on the scaffold is the worst form of assassination-, because there it is invested with the approval of society. It is the deed that teaches, not the name we give it. Murder and capital punishment are not opposites that cancel one another, but similars that breed thiir kind. When a man wan te to murder a tiger he calls it sport ; when the tiger wants to murder him he calls it feroc ity. The distinction between Crime and Justice is no greater. It is not necessary to replace a guillotined criminal; it is neces sary to replace a guillotined social system. There are no perfectly honorab...
The Sydney Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The Sydney Fair. You should help the Fair, because the money it Furnishes will help to put Tin-: Txtekxa tioxal Socialist on a good financial basis. You have fought and made sacrifices for years to establish the paper, you want it to remain, you want it to grow and expand. ft? existence is a warning to those who would take away such liberties as the workers now possess, ft is the only paper that fights un compromisingly for Socialism, insisting that all wealth is produced by the working class and should belong to the working class. When industrial wars rage, it stands always For the working class. It is bone and sinew of the -Party, and therefore you should help to make it live and grow. Help the Fair! The Following presents have been received this week: W. Laylcy, SandFord, Yic, 10s; Mr. Boswell, 3s; Mr. Kcrr, South Sea Is land weapon; Mrs. Kenna. (i hampers, (i baskets. 1 knitted d'oy.ley; Comrade Mar tineque. 3 dozen postcards; Mrs. Dunne, plush pin cushion; C. Feldhusen, 3 Japan...
Patriotism and Militarism. A Menace to Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Patriotism and Militarism. A Menace to Liberty. ' T.Y KM MA (iOU)MAN. What is Patriotism? Is it love of one's bithplace,. the. place of child hood's, ?..'recollections ...and hopes, and aspirations? ? Js it the place whuroj ' in ', childlike naivete, we would, watch the fleeting clouds- and wonder why we, too, could riot run so swiftly?- The plaq^'when. we could count the milliard 'glittering stars, terror-stricken lest each' one 'an eye should bo,' - piercing the very depths of our little souls?- Is it the place'wliere we would listen to '.he music of the birds, and long to ha\ e ? wing's to ily, even like tlieyi to dis tant- fonds? Or the place where we would sit at mother's.. knee, enrap tured,, by wonderful tales of great deeds and conquests? 'In short, is it love for. the spot, every, inch repre senting dear and precious recollec tions' of n happy, joyous and playful childhop.d? ? If that were Patriotism, few Ameri can 'men of to-day ? could 'be called iipc-h to be patriotic, s...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Answers to Correspondents. E.Y.C., Broken Hill. — So Far as we know the statement referred to is an unmitigated gutter lie, quite worthy of the crowd circu lating it. Writing later. The papers are always posted here on Thursday, and should roach Broken Hill on Sunday. J.W.F., Melbourne. — Letter forwarded to Peter Bowling as desired. H.O.W., Kcraburg. — Last time this paper lieiird from W.R. he was working on the North Coast railway. Will endeavor to For ward correct address. ' Scohiuox,' Goulburn. — Every line of this paper is voluntarily written. We have no paid contributors. - ' ' A.iax; J. Blumkxtal. — Received. Thanks. Sydney Pahthioe. — Will print. ' KrcKHK,' Adelaide. — Received as we went to press — too late For this issue. G.M., Adelaide. — Wire received, and ad ditional papers Forwarded as ordered.
The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST FREE. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST FKEK. Women & the Social Problem (May Simons) 2d The Evolution of the Class Struggle ( W.. Noyes) 2d Revolutionary Unionism (Eugene \ .' Debs) 2d AVage Labor and Capital (Karl Marx) 2d The Man Under the Machine (A. M. Simons) 2d The Mission of the Working Class (C. Vail) 2d Parable of the Water Tank (E. Bellamy) 2d Why 1 Am a Socialist (Ci. I). Herron) 2d Science and Socialism (R. Rives la Monte) 2d A Sketch of Social Evolution (Boyd-Mackay) 2d You and Your Job (C. Sandburg) 2d Class Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) 2(1 The Philosophy of Socialism (A. M. Simons) 2d An Aprn'al to the Young (Peter Kropotkin) 2d Industrial Union Methods (W. E. Trautmann) 2(1 The Scab (Jack London) 2d Revolution (Jack London) 2d Marx on Cheapness (Trans. Rive.s la Monte) 2(1 Industrial Unionism (Eugene V. Debs) 2(1 Anti-Militarism and Anti-Patriotism :id New Socialist Catechism (B. Bax & H. Quelch) .'id The Materialist Conception of History (Dog' m...
Socialist Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Socialist Literature. Economic Argument for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St. John}. Per doz , (M Id What Life Means To Me (Jack London) Id AVliat is a Scab (A. M. .Simons) Id Labor Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) Id Jones's Boy Id Economic Foundations of Australian Politics 2d Commercial Morality . 2d Debate on Socialism (Clemenccau-Jaures) 2d The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d The Proletariat (Kautsky) 2d The Class Struggle (Kautaky) 2d 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. Connell) 2d The Evils of Competition (B. O'Donnell) 2d Some Objections to Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler' ) 2d Tin; Class Wiir (A. W. Humph ey) 2d
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
South Australia. The U.L.U. strike has ended. Thompson has been shifted from Gepps' Cross ' pend ing an inquiry,' and looked at from this distance it appears that the strikers and their union have forced the Premier into a com plete DacKdown. l He resolutions condemn ing the S.A. Government carried by other unions had a, most encouraging effect on the men and an irritating effect on the Premier. The following lines, writer unknown, were sent to the secretary of the U.L.U. : '' Lie low,' they said to Verran, *' For your dignity's sake lie low! Let thkm light out the battle — To Oodnadatta go!' 'I'll go,' said their butt in his- Tolly, . With a most portentious frown, ' I'll teach them not to flout me When I bid the curs lie down. I'll show them who's their master, Who occupies this chair! Of pledges, broken promises, Why should / think or care? '' I was ' out to win the elections ''! When I promised this or that [ never meant to do it— I wasn't such a Hat!' Correspondence to hand jus...
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Sydney Jottings. nv v..i.u. Monthly meeting of the Club was hold on Thursday, Druhmcl in the chair. Main business was the discussion of the alteration of rules. Friday evening's social was a success as usual. Wuotke presided at piano. . Domain nicotine on Sunday was lamely attended. Feldhusen occupied the chair. Walsh, with effect, spoke on current events. A New Zealand comrade. Hirst, gave an ad dress on ;ho Sooiilist Party and Politics. Wilson showed the relationship of. the in dustrial movement and the progress of man kind. The Park, and (Jo llburn-street meetings were largely attended. Vicitors last week were Hirst and Hayes, with credentials from Maoriland, and Wonz from Victoria.
Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Where Awards Fail. Melbourne's Boot Factories and Sweat-shops. 1SY A CLICKEIt. Tn Xo. 1 factory the men arc charged 3d per week for boiling their tea-water on the gas. Tin1 boss here lends the employees 11101103' on interest. An employee who borrows Ik pays back Is !jd — 25 percent, interest for one week; what per centage per annum would that be? While the recent appeal mis being heard, some factories started to pay the increased wages, £2 12s. One boss worked it this way: he sacked one man; subjected the others to the speeding-up process and made them do the sacked man's work, and (hen psiid them the rise. He complied with the terms of the award,' and his wages-sheet showed that he paid out £l 10s less than previously. By observing the law he was ihirty-bob richer! Tn Xo. 3 factory this is what is now tak ing place. About two months ago the ' knocking-down 'dispute took place. The factories are now asked to pay £2 12s a week. They have again taken the men off weekly wages and put t...
Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 17 September 1910
Mental Dynamite. Or little Lessons to Learn. UV (iliOUCK It. KIUKI'ATKICK. Lesson Eight : On Property. 1. Am. Socialists and non-Socialists AGREE that some forms of .property should be pri vate property. 2. All Socialists and non-Socialists agree thill some forms of property should be social property. 3. The private ownership of sonic forms of. property does not make the owner a mas ter of anybody else. For example, the woollen coat that you wear. That coat is norsonal use. nriwifn usi-. nnmi-rfv !!l.-o mnr piano, books, carriage, ivc. ' ' 4. The private ownership of sonic forms of property (the means of production)' does make the owner a master of other men. For example, the woollen mill. The man who owns the woollen MILL in which the cloth of your coat was made — that man is the master of the men and women and children who have to work in (hat woollen mill. or starve. (Study Lessons Three, Knur, Five, and Six again.) Lesson Nine : On Who is Good Enouph to be Master. 1. Xo man is g...