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The Peace Conference. AND THE RUSSIAN BOLSHEVIK GOVERNMENT. AUSTRALIA AND PETER SIMONOFF. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

The Peace Conference. AND THE RUSSIAN. BOLSHEVIK GOVERNMENT. AUSTRALIA AND PETER SIMONOFF. The World Peace Conference now sit ting in Paris has decided, after long de liberation, to invite the Russian Soviet Government (the Bolsheviks), together with the minority parties in Russia, to confer with them on peace terms. While the proposed invitation met with opposition, particularly from France, Great Britain and the other Great Powers who control the Conference were forced by the stern logic of facts to realise that a nation of over 150,000,000 people could not be ignored in any proposals for an enduring world peace. They also had to recognise that, whether they liked it or not, the Bolshevik Party had been for fifteen months, and still is4 the de facto Government of Russia. When Britain, the greatest and proudest [mperial Power in the 'world to-day, and America, the wealthiest plutocracy on earth, and with them the whole world, has so decided, what do we Tind in Aus tralia? Last week...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE MEETINGS. MARRICKVILLE A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

LEAGUE MEETINGS. MARRICKVILLE A.L.P. The annual meeting was held in the Dis pensary Hall, Illawarra Road, on Satur day, January 11. Mr. Brown presided. The election of officers resulted as fol lows: — President, — -. Williams; vicepresi dents (2), S. R. Woolley and Mr. Eyles; lion, secretary, Miss S. Johnston; assist ant secretary, Mr. A. Woolley; delegate LV.C, J. Gray; alternate delegate, — Williams -president) ; delegates Electorate Council, Miss Johnston, Messrs. Williams and S. R. Woolley. ? # # THE OAKS BRANCH A.L.P. The monthly meeting of the above Branch was held on Thursday, January 23, in' the League's Room. There was a large attendance. Mr. W. McAHster, vice president, occupied the chair. The resig nation of W. Moriarty as president (owing to leaving the district) was ac cepted with regret. T. Gallop was unani mously elected his successor. The follow ing were elected delegates to Camden Electorate Council: — T. P. Devitt, Jas.i Devitt, T. Gallop, and A. Woods. i ?? * ? SU...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Donald Rae. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

Donald Rae. Private Donald Rae, the news of whose death was received last Friday, was the third son of ex- Senator Rae. He had been a prisoner of war in Ger many for .eight months, and had on his release arrived in London on December 11. His parents and their family were looking forward to his early return with the fondest hopes and expectations. Donald Rae was in his 23rd year. He enlisted in December, 1915, along with his elder brother, William, who was killed in action on August 8 last, and they had served together in the same battalion. In March, 1917, Donald was severely wounded in the chest, pieces of shrapnel passing between the lungs and heart, and narrowly missing both vital spots. He was sent to England, and quickly recovered, but his parents believe that the results of this wound probably made him an easier vic tim to the disease, which carried him off soon after regaining his freedom. When returning to the firing line, by a strange coincidence, he met his brother William...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSCRIPTION AND STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

CONSCRIPTION AND STRIKES. Owing. to a traffic strike in Paris the French Government has taken over the privately-owned trams and tube railways, etc., and has ORDERED ALL SOLDIER 1EMPLOYEES TO RESUME WORK pend ing inquiry into ^ieir grievances.. This is the old French trick to compel men to be their own strike-breakers by bringing the conscript -law into .operation. This is an other proof— if further proof were .re quired — that military conscription spells industrial conscription for the safeguard ing ol Capitalist Interests whenever seeded, -

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPERIAL DOPE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

IMPERIAL DOPE DEPARTMENT. t*Th'o manufacture of public opinion and jthe making b£ ' history are - proceeding apace under the control' of the. Imperial propaganda department, which supplies leaders and special articles for newspapers ?which are either paid for directly at ad vertising rate or inserted in return for ftlvertism'g business. The present object 1of such ' propaganda is to represent the curious collection of hide -bound ; Tories frh'b now form the .British Ministry as frigh-souled democrats, and to denounce toll real democrats- everywhere' as either ignorant fools or criminal. anarchists. The following is a sample -of; Imperial dope ?which has been circulated: 'The Camp Bell -Bannerman, Asqiiith, and Lloyd Cfebrge' Governments' so successfully in terp'reted the desires and legitimate needs «f Labor that the lot of -the English' work'er '4ras progressively ' improved up to the point of the outbreak of the war.' Mani-. festly if this is a correct statement of the Industrial ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arthur Blakeley, Gentlemen. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

Arthur Blakeley, Gentlemen. Good luck to the new President of the A.W.U.! Arthur Blakeley, M.H.R. for the Darling, who takes up a position which any true man would be proud to fill, is about the most popular figure in the ranks of the great Union since Donald Macdonell rode away into 'the Sunset Land of Rest.' Arthur Blakeley, like grand old Donald, has no eye for the loaves and fishes and no thought but to serve. The A.W.U. Pre sidency carries with it no emol-'~»ents or rewards; but there is plenty of hard work about it. The new President will be called upon to give up a lot of spare time to consideration of the problems that face Australia; for. it is Australia that he stands for— the very heart of the grow ing nation as it beats in the biggest or ganisation of its workers.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Conscientious Objectors and Mr. Lloyd-George. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

[ / [English Conscientious Objectors I and Mr. Lloyd-George. I The following extracts, taken from an I open letter written by a conscientious I objector to the British Prime Minister I during the war, are of interest at the pre I sent time, on account of the publication of I the treatment which these heroes suf I fered being now permitted: | The handful of pacifists who have stood I kside and escaped the war frenzy are now t your chief critics. All the Liberal papers I* have for two years almost been urging | .the country to persist in what se'ems to I. jjs a senseless and ruinous war — a war I In which the defeat of either side would I. lie a universal disaster. You knew us be [, fore the war; we had worked with you, I, you had read our books even, and I like [? ito believe you took us for men of pria I ciple and honor. At the outbreak of war Lsre were still there, and you knew it; we Ljwere working in various noninterven I.Jponist groups. Fighting began; we still Lananagea to make...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO ANNEXATIONS(?). [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

NO ANNEXATIONS (?). According to the 'S.M. Herald,' the Peace Conference has decided that the German Pacific Colonies are to belong to the League of Nations, which will permit Australia to. manage some of them (pre sumably German New Guinea), and New Zealand to do the Bame with Samoa, This mar not be 'annexation,' but as .Germany loses them and the British Dominions set them it seems very much Uke a distinc tion without $ dlfference.-rrSpartakus, ,

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Industrial Unrest in England. WIDESPREAD STRIKES. ENGINEERS—MINERS—POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

Industrial Unrest in England. WIDESPREAD STRIKES. ENGINEERS— MINERS— POLICE. Judging from the cables, andj we may be quite sure the trouble is hot exagger ated/ the outlook in England is ominous for. the ruling classes. It would appear that the masses are waking up to the fact that they .have been tricked -into putting a Tory Government into power, primarily because the signing of the armistice gave the Coalitionists the opportunity to rush an election through' inttie first flush of victory, and were carried interoffice by votes obtained on totally false and irrele vant issues, such as 'Hang the Kaiser,' 'Full indemnities to be demanded,' 'Annexation of conquered territory,' and similar pestilential piffle. These election cries, during a period of national exaltation and abnormal emo tionalism, brought about by the ending pf the war, served their munedatte purpose, but in view of the disquieting news Which is ; allowed to trickle through during the past few days it may be asked, Wha...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arthur Rae. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

Arthur Rae. The news of the dearth of his son Donald, which was received by ex-Senator Rae last Friday, came as a terrific blow' to the veteran Labor leader. Donald Rae died of pneumonia, at Dumfries, Scotland, whilst spending a holiday -with some friends. He had only returned to Eng land a few weeks before, having been a prisoner of war in Germany for upwards of a year. Mr. Rae's eldest son, William, was killed in action in France last August, thus a double grief has fallen upon the parents , of the boys during the past six months. On reading the notification, which came with such terrible suddenness, Mr. Rae sat dazed and speechless for a time. When he recovered from the first shock, and in answer to the expressed sympathy of the writer, he said: 'It's not for myself — it's the mother!' That spontaneous utter ance, when the brain was practically be numbed with grief, is characteristic of the man, and will be recognised as such by all those who know him best It is unnecessary, and ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

? ? ___JV..{_.^JL_-— . 1 'O.B.U.' Official Organ of the Worker^ j Industrial Union. - 1 First issue now ready. Price, Id. Bundles | at reduced rates. Push it out among th«^ people! 1 — ? '? ? ~1 'Judd's Speech i from the Dock' j IS NOW IN THE? PRESS. j Copies will tie available in a few days. | SEND TOUR ORDERS NOW. I ' . '* PRICE, 6d. per Copy, or 5/- per dozen* -f Post Fr** | Send all Orders to— ,1 LITERATURE SECRBTAItr. 1 S.L.P., Room £, Rawson Chambers, J ftawsoa Place, SrDNEF, ,$ -v '! THE OUTLAW. i DEATH TO THE OUTLAW. ; The Outlaw Sign ! Ow aabcstorthid ? j ?hort way with dangerous people, they pro- ' claimed them 'outlaw' tinder the sign of : The Wolfs Herf, to indicate that myone »W- ' iuUed thm served d« public afety. ' . The Outlaw of to-day is thg Bac»U«5 or. i Disease Gain, the unseen foe of Health, bnt^ j we deal with him the same way and alt join fa' J 'Killing the RUler,' that is to. say, «re kilt ?) infectwa oy destroying the genn which carries i it This is done by ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

Australian Labor Party. MARRtCKVILLE BRANCH. A MEETING of. the above Branch will be held In the DISPENSARY HALL, niawarra-road, at S p.m., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. S. JOHNSTON, Hon. Sec. WOMEN'S CENTRAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE. - ? .- THE SPECIAL. MEETING, convened for February 6, 1919, to elect a President has been POSTPONED indefinitely. Members will be notified as to date of next meeting. . ? EVA M. SEERY, . Hon. Sec.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

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Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

I SpanWngSlioeSale ?SW« immertse [footwear or-:, ? -ganisailon is keenly appre- * dated and generously pat ronlsed by w»rk»re vho ap-jf predate ojar unbeatable «a* ?. EDWARD FA Y, Ltd _'LThe, Big- Boot Block,' Cr. Pitt arid -Liverpool Sts., SYDNEY. Also at: ' George-street, Haymarket. Broadway, Glebe. Bridge, Newtown.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHTS ON DEMOCRACY. THE NEW CAPITALISM. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

f H0UGHTS ON DEiOGRACY. THE NEW CAPITALISM. IX. 'The objection to a 'Sociilism' established under a close nation alism or imperialism i« that it could not be democratic; it ie, in fact, part of a design to substitute a new sort of Capitalism urjder the name of State Socialism. for the competing Capitalism which had - reached its zenith and was doomed to pass away.' While, therefore, as was shown in last week's article (VIII.), a closed State, national or imperial, might be Socialistic in economic structure, it could not be democratic in 'Government. Potential war is seen to be likewise incompatible. Now the' nationalism, imperialism, militarism, protectionism of a 'closed State-' are po tential war. Such industrial harmony, or Socialism, as might conceivably exist inside this -closed State must be subordinated to con siderations of national defence. Its pri mary function must be to contribute the maximum economic strength for the emergency of war. Its industry, trans port, commerce ...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

PARS. i -Cabled the other day that Billy Hughes liad stated in Paris that 'Australia is not Enthusiastic regarding the League of Na tions, considering it Utopian.' Elsewhere It, was stated that President Wilson had Questioned whether Hughes really repre ?sented Australian opinion in regard to Kossession of the Pacific Islands. Wilson's ?doubts were well founded, for neither the ?question of the League of Nations nor ?the disposal of the German Pacific ?colonies had ever been submitted to the ?Australian people for an expression of ?opinion. A genuine League of Nations — Kan arrangement that would end war for ?fever — would almost unquestionably be ?(welcomed by a people which voted down Kpooscription. And it is almost as certain Rthat Australia never entered the war for ?loot, territorial or monetary. r '?'??? * -*-' ' * ?' I- J3L: 'The Government is steadily shed lifting extra-war functions, including the 1 Regulation of the cost of living.'— W. Watt, i jit the Premiers' Conference...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia's White Elephant. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

1 Australia'* White Elephant. ''r There is some talk now of settling a Aumberof returned soldiers in the patheti ' jpally. mismanaged Northern Territory. Perhaps there is a lurking idea behind it ;that these chaps, if they can be estab jtlBhed there, will constitute a permanent guard to the (at present) open door of the ^liatry. There is certainly plenty of Jroom in the north; It is equally certain |that no place, is more urgently- in -need ( tejt population. It can be said, also, that |&eljrreat empty State comprises some of r tfee^best land in the Commonwealth, and, I ifisplte the calumnies' of the cheap labor Advocates, the climate has been proved to i be ftulte suitable for white settlement. But h &at is not saying that it is suitable for preturned soldiers in its present isolated .?£bnaitit-n. .Much preliminary work would ?jbe nebessary, the most important oX which yfce- railway ? communication and other' il^ansport facilities. These conveniences /jfrould attrac...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Labor News." [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

'The Labor News.' The chairman of the Board of Control (Mr. W. H. Lambert) has persuaded the Editor, Mr. Arthur Rae, to take a short holiday. Some matters of a personal and semi-personal nature will, consequently, not be dealt with in -this issue. Contributors and correspondents are asked to accept this intimation, also the assurance that all matters of this nature will be dealt with as soon as Mr. Rae re sumes duty. C.H.L. l/2/'19.

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rights of Small Nations. [Newspaper Article] — Labor News — 1 February 1919

The Rights of Small Nations. The following: extracts from 'The Sun's' -' iable columns a day or two ago are typical cf many others which have appeared dur ing the preBent week on the same subject: \ {From. 'The Sun's' Special Repre ss sentative.) PARIS. Sunday Night THE SUPREME COUNCIL yesterday fefternoon spent two hours and a half hearing the Dominion delegates' argu- ! inentB for the retention of the German colonies. The Dominion delegations were greatly | disappointed when informed at the last ' moment that the Council would admit only one representative from eacii Dominion. ,The whole proceedings were rather unex . |-ected. COLD ALOOFNESS. ?{ General Botha being absent in London, General Smuts had to argue South Africa's case. Mi-. Hughes was per inittcd to take in Sir Robert Garran and Commander Latham as technical ad i Visers, but they were asked no ques tions and did not speak. Mr. Massey !-New Zealand) took in Mr. Thompson Naturally Sir Joseph Cook and Sir HJoseph Ward were...

Publication Title: Labor News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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