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Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Japan. I he reported discovercry of a plot against the .Km peror lias furnished the. Japanesc(.Jov- ernment (according to cable reports) with an excuse for placing a number of Socialists un .dcr arrest, although investigations have ut terly -Mh-fert to'tcohne'ct the Socialists in any way with the ' plot.' The Governm.cnt U.dutcrniiuud. to eradi caie the socialist element before -'if 'attains a 'dangerous growth, and the arrests reported, ?were made in pursuance of that policy. The authorities are also censoring the press and prohibiting the circulation- of the books of Count Tolstoi and (Jeneral Kuro patkin.
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
\ Hie Passing Show. ! CONDUCTED BY OTUS. Ix tin- olden time, when the shaggy-headed prodigal crept homewards, they killed the ! fatted calf to further their jubilations. In i these more degenerate days, when quite a j. multitude of erring prodigals are racing hack ; home to (ling themselves, repentant and '?: weeping, on Jim Mc.Gowen's paternal politi cal neck, and likewise, reach out for their share of what's going in the way of politi cal hoodie, their home-coming is celehrated hy the slaughter of many aspiring fatted — no, fat-headed — political calves. For an elahoration and an interpretation of this par. application should he made to : the- deputy-leader of the Labor Party. In its annual report, the National Anti i Sweating League of Melbourne furnishes ? splendid evidence of the total failure of ;, wages boards and palliative legislation. It ,: states that married men are employed 'in ( livery stables at Sos a week, and that these | men sometimes start at (i a.m. and don't :';...
SILVER LININGS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
SILVER LININGS. Tiio' our hearts grow sick mid' weary, and oiir limbs grow .stiff and so re, Yet the road was all the rougher to the men Who marched liefore; And an onward thro' the .shadow.s .still our toil(iom-; way we wind, We can leave it all the smoother to the men who march Iwhind. If we weary of the Htrungle ere the fight in Imlf iH'gun, It will only In: the later that the vict'ry will 1m- won; Tho' the blows we strike l-e feeble, if we only do our best, When the finals-core is counted, they'll In- reckoned with the rest. We can do a lot of moving if we only have the will, Tho' we may be rather weakly, yet we once were weaker atill ; And there's many an earnest brother who will battle for the right, If we only get to show him that we know the way to fight. Tho' the darkness in the distance hide the dangers we must brave, And the pathways of the future seem to point but to the grave, Every pause upon the journey keeps us longer with the night; Just In'fore may Imj the turning ...
The Capitalist Press. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
The Capitalist Press. 11Y .1. nUIMKXTIIAL. Ik digesting the contents of ' the daily papers the observant individual is immediately struck with the falct that very little elevating' matter is published. Day after ..day, year after year, we repel the same class-perverted cable news recording the enormously im portant events concerning royalty, of the sayings of capitalist.politicians, of the .chasing of criminals, etc.. We read of the daily routine of every-day incidents, on every subject under the sun, excepting that concerning the direct interest of .the workers. Three parts of these papers are do voted' to advertisements, that production of useless capitalist competition being interspersed with some of a character which 'would not be tolerated by respectable journals. On a week end the monotonous daily grind for profits is lessened somewhat with a few articles that make a cheerful oasis in a Sahara of mediocre journal ism, concerning a mighty lot about nothing much. But even these ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
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 the control of Joint Executives, JntcrimtiomiJ Socialists. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices: 61 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Headquarters : 274 Pitt Street, Sydney. All Business Coinmuiiications to be addressed to the Manager. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor. SUBSCRIPTION: Australia — 4s. per year ; Is. per quarter. Now Zealand— 8s. per year ; 23 per quarter. Other Countries — Ss per year ; 2s per quarter. The. Tnltrnaliminl Socialist will be. sent. FHF.fi OF CllARGli to Svhoota of Arts, on condition that it it ivly JUnd. Obtainable from The International Socialist Group, Sydney. The Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. The Socialist Party of South Australia. Adelaide. Harrier Socialist Group, Broken Hill. The Socialist Party of New Zealand, ?Wellington, and Branches. Mrs. IJuttery, newsagent...
International Notes. Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
International Notes. Germany. JiKvkiations lui vu recently conic out to show ? how among the old aristocracy the Inland licvenue i.s defrauded. A well-known pub lic man — -Her Von liertail— recently showed how IVumarck had defrauded' the public, purse in this respect, and now the leader of the Conservatives, -Baron von Uechthofen, is accused of the same thing, and tu judge by the peculiar methods taken by him to clear his character, it seems only too likely to be true. ????- The Social-Democrats in Stuttgart have passed a resolution strongly condemning the action of the Bliilon deputies in voting for the Budget. '?? -.'?'' The number of organised Social-- Demo crats in (ierinany has now risen to 7'-().()()(), which is an increase of;S(.),o-21 iii .the .year, or M.U- per cent. The .men, have increased by .Sil./ViV'and tin* women by ?20,:-.S(-. There were held in the course of the year 2-S,-S2I) members' liiectings for comrades, anil i:-,SM public meetings.'.. -.Twenty-three millions ...
THE MAN WITH THE PORTFOLIO. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
THE MAN WITH THE PORTFOLIO. (Foil Tin-: LvTKti.wrno.v.ii.' Son.u.i.sr J r.V ismmaku Ili: uomorf to us with wisdom crammed; A halo 'hovers o'er his puto; Tis bliss liw gracious paw to grab Anil vertically. iiKittitc. ' Kudu. hireling scribblers leup at him, While snappers shoot the winsome smile.-: Tliat Hit-across his countenance. He tells us (and we fain would stoop And osculate his 'plates of meal') That lii! intends to introduce A Uill to mitigate the heat. Then falls' a .silence as of tomb-, ? Not. e'en a nose essays a snill',. AVlien pond'rously he layetb bare His sehemeto vanquish Beer and Hill'. Ue elaiins that measures 'safe and sum1' Have ever met with his support, Coercion Acts and Lug-iron deeds Defends with supercilious snort. A .fair deal. for. the J3ottom Dog .iVUll.stridenijell doth he demand, Hut to protect the one on top ' lie must, he tells us, take a stand. . Ami when with howls the welkin ring.-, ; When hair Hies fas.t anil skins are rent, )\ He'll Hog the canine...
The Sweated Postal Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
The Sweated Postal Workers. UY 11. K. 11OU.ANI). Society is the machinery .Humanity employs to get the bust out of lifo. With all the means of. wealth pro duction in (he, hands *f a few. -ve do achieve this. .But \vi: only-got it for the few. There is misery or the many. JLn the Socialist Hepu )hc Me sliall get the best out . of life for am. tin-: ? I'KOIM.K. The State is the class gear that con trols and regulates the operations of the social niachineiy. The State of to-day is the political S'ato; it is the Class State. It exists :-nly to regu late the social machinery in the in terests of the ruling claw. All the adjuncts » f the Class State — the public departments, including the G.P.O. — exist lor this purpose. All Governments of the bour geoisie likewise e.xist for the same purpose. In the Communist 'Manifesto, .Marx and, Kngels lay it down that '' the executive of I he nodern State is but a committee for nanaging the common affairs of the *jourgeoisie.r ' They also say that ' ...
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For oj'loo'l /,,. //„? ,„?,;.,. ,,,?„// l/()((l. IPni/// A -TKW.\i!D r.anu-d Ho.vee, of the steamer Greemvich, fell down the gangwav. and was killed. ' ' ' A. liohiuson was killed while driviu-' a load of wood at Tingalpa ((}.). n Whilst engaged shunting alTort I'irie J Klslou was killed. His foot got..caught'b,l tween the points, and several loaded wi» goiis passed over his body. n Samuel Kirk, an employee of the Gold Mate Oredging Company (,(j.), bad one of Ins legs Iractured whileworking oU a bar-e ?lames Wood row was working ou f]lt. steamer Aorangi, at Mori's Dock, when a fan crushed him against a sheet of iron, injuring his thighs and arms. ? ? - Walter Smith, working on the North toast railway, was seriously injured through being run over by a trolley. - ' William Plaits., employed at- Maxwell I ortei-s sawmils, Tuncurry,.was workin' a circular saw when a piece of timber' (lew off, striking him. in. the region ofthe heart...
Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. Lesson Eleven: On a Logical Necessity of a Working Class Political Party. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. MY LiKOKCK It. KIIUCI'ATIMCK. Lesson Eleven: On a Logical Necessity of a Working Class Political Party. 1. At the present stage in 11 iu evolution ,,| 'civilised !: society, the first vihil ])rnlilcin I -afore society is the rXM'STIMAL KI5KK DOM OF TMK \y()I?KINC CLASS. 2. The industrial freedom of the workin.r class requires tlie destruchioii of the preseni class-lahor system; thiiL is, of the present wage system. --. I he destruction of the wage system re quires a complete reconstruction of suciolv industrinlly. 4. The complete recitiistruction of socictv industrially requires the complete control u|' society politically. ;'-. The complete control of society polili willy raiuires the c.uniplete jwssession of the direct powers of Government. (). The complete possession of the direr I powers of (.iovern uent can lie secured unlv hy means of wurking-class organisation uii Revolutionary Socialist, lines. Lesson Twelve : On Warnings. 1. Warn...
Administrative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Administrative Council. .-vt last, meeting, correspondence was re ceived from .Tom Mann; Cr. Madgewick, secretary Socialist Party of S.A.; Interna tional Socialist Bureau, Brussels; National Executive Members, Melbourne; N.E. Mem bers, Sydney; Eraser and Jenkinson, Mel bourne.: MiLl'lO MrslViv ^oernhin- A WrniWiiw. Socialist Party, Argentine. Tom Mann intimated that, owing to cir cumstances he could not control, he would lie unable to attend the Copenhagen Con gress, and that lie had accordingly .trans ferred his credentials to Comrade Probz, a member of tho K.K-.A-, who was going to Copenhagen as a visitor. Resolved that it be a recommendation to National Executive that Tom Mann be in formed that the N.E. disapproves of his ac tion in transferring credentials, and that in future no delegate be permitted to transfer credentials. Resolved that correspondence from the Argentine be published in the ollicial pa ners.
Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Sydney Jottings. HV F.J.R. The Internationals gave themselves over entirely to enjoyment on Friday evening, and did it successfully by carrying out the long-lookecl-for fair and dunce. From tt in. the evening till .') the following morning dancing and other forms of enjoyment were ^evened in. ? rue tableaux, were splendid. There was a large attendance, and the fair was a great success. The matter of comrade Dierk's arrest will be dealt with in next issue. The chair was taken by Feldhusen in the Domain on Sunday. Riley, Walsh',, .and Holland spike, to a vary large and intensely interested audience. . 's- i Large crowds listened to the speakers at the night meetings at Uoul bum-street and ?Market Ph-ce. - - '? Among the visitors to Sydney headquar ters this week were many Socialist comrades from the Dutch war-boats.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Answers to Correspondents. S.T., Lcich hard t.— Peter Bowling is due for letters next Saturday, Oct. N. Post not later than Friday. .'- p.m. R.T., Wellington, N.Z.— Received. Books forwarded. A. I'., Brisbane. — Letter forwarded to Peter Bowling as desired. Writing you re other matters. .I.McC, London; E.M., (ioiil)mrn; E.A., Sydney; M.A.T., Leichhardt; Isii.makl. — Received. Will use as space permits. A Svuxkv Boot.makkk. — Xoxt week. (i.l-l.T., Adaiustown. Subs, and Press Vund donation received. Thanks. ? TmiTiisKKKKii, Newcastle. — Will answer that question shortly in a leading article. (.I.D.K.A., (War. bong. — Will print the Song of the Sword' next week: Daxdkuox. — Verse good. Subs, received. Thanks. Writing. , M.I)., Lithgow. — Received.. ' .- A. B.. Adelaide. --Change made as directed. H.S.O., Sydney; S.M'.- Mkmiikii,. Syd- ney; T.I'.. Kurri'.— Answered np.xt week. I.W.W. Cu'iuth.' Sydney .—Next week. A.W.d'.M., Sydney .—Many thanks., M. has already called. - , J.W.F., .Melb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
Socialist literature. Economic Argument for Industrial Unionism (Vine. St. John!. Per doz , ild I.I What Life Means To Mi' (Jack London) |,i What is a Scab (A. M. Simons) Id Lalwr Movement in Russia (Sviatlowski) id Jones's Boy id Economic Foundation*; of Australian Politics 1M Commercial Morality Ud Debute on Socialism (Clenienceau-Jaures) I'd The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) 2d The Proletariat (Kautsky) :-d The Class Struggle (Kautsky) :»d The Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2d Economics of Labor (H. Quelch) l-(| Socialism and the Worker (F. A. Sorgo) I'd The Future of Woman (H. Burrows) iM Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (j. Connoll ) :»,] The Evils of Competition (B. O'Donnell) , :',) Some Objections to Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler' J -j,i Tin; Class War (A. W. Humph ey) :M Th« following Pamphlets at Is 64 per dta. . ? ' TOST KRBK. Women & l\\v Social Problem (May Simons) I'd The Evolution of the Class Struggle ( W. Noyes) I'd Revolutionary! Unionism (Eugene V...
The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 1 October 1910
The Press Fund. ?£ s d Already acknowledged - -14 |:- ') .1. John - - o | () Slavik - - -010 (i.Tbeiss -? - -010 Loos - - -010 Friend - - 0 0 u Per O. .lorgensen (Book:-(-) — H.M.,2s; M.|).. Is; Dunker. Is; Pope, Is; (!ermi.-is; Sliced, Wagner, Is: Brodie, Is; R. Wen/.el, Is. - - (j 12 () Per O. Jorgensen (Book 87) — K. Welzel. Is; A. Wenzi-I, Is. 0 ?- 0 Per H. E. Holland (Book No. 20) — W. Rosser. 2s -kl; .1. H. Cor bett, 2s; Friend, Is - I) .'- (5 JMo 17 .-, Advanced a-? Loans. Already acknowledged - fi 0 0 Total - - .-,1 17 .'i All communications to be addressed to O. W. .lorgenseii, secretary, Press Fund Com mittee, 271 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
Socialist Literature. Kconomic Argument, for Industrial Unionism .... (Vim:. St. JohiO. Per do* , !)d M W hat Life Means To Me. (.Jack London) What, is u Hcali (A. M. Simons) Labor Movement in Jtussia (Hviullowski) ! .1 ones' s Hoy Keonomic Foundations of Australian Politics ??! Commercial Morality ' .,, ])e.bate. on Socialism (Clemeuecau-Jauros) :.! The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) T. The Proletariat (Kautsky) :,' The Class Struggle. (Kuutsky) :,' The Socialist. Commonwealth (Kantsky) ?''-' I hconomius of Labor (If. Quelch) .'' ' Socialism and the Worker (I-\ A Sor-'c) '?' ! The Future of Woman (M. I in crows) .'' .Socialism and (he .Survival of the Fittest (I Council) ' y ? The Evils of .Competition (n. (/Donnell) ?'.' some Objections to .Socialism Answered ('Tat- Tin; Class War (A. W. Humph ey) H|j The following Pamphlets at Is 6tl per doz I'oxt |.-iti:i:. \\ i.iiien & the. Social Problem (May Sin,,,,.«l -. , I Ik- Kvolulion of ,1m- Class Struggle V SL .'' evolutionary b mo...
Open Column. The Vista of Ages And the Voice of Love. H. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
Open Column. The Vista of Ages And the Voice of Love. I!V A. II. ..HKltKY. JI. Evolution is the key to the enigma of the Universe. The doctrine is a fundamental conception of all science — mental, moral, and physical. Looking backward, it enables us to under stand tlie unsatisfactory conditions of pre sent-day life and of the pasl. Looking I'or u'!inl it. r-ti!il)lis in In luril.* wiili confidi'Mrr to a time in the near future when all man kind shall have an opportunity of embracing fulness of life. Thomas (Jarlyle on this point said: 'We shall pass from class paternalism, originally derived from fetish fic.iion in times of uni versal ignorance, to human brotherhood in accordance with the nature of things and our growing knowledge of it; from political gov ernment to industrial administration; from competition in individualism to individuality in co-operation; from war and despotism in any form to peace and liberty.' Despite the stunted physical, mental, and spiritual growth which p...
When Thou Suppest with the Wolf [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
When Thou Suppest with the Wolf. . . . I'.Y A I.OOKKK OX. l\i:r.i' tin' .!''_r~ near uln-n il»-n .-uppi-.-t with tin wolf. — K.\-Ti-:ux I'i:o\i:i;i; Ox Saturday evening ? .Jast. while' Peter Bowling lay — a ' prisoner of Capitalism — in Goulburn .Jail, his ears assailed by the claiiiri mr of doors and the rattling of keys.and the harsh cries and measured tramping of armed sentinels, 'Industrially-organ- ised Labor.' as rellected by the Syd ney r'ight-hoursf Committee, was holding its annual banquet at the Trades^-! all. Industrially-organised Labor, did I say? Weli. let it be' industrially disorganised Labor!' 'Labor' forgetful of its heroes and martyrs — victims of vicious Capitalism. ' La bor' servilely grovelling on its belly in the thick political slhieal the feet of the Rent-Lord, the Money- Lord. Figurehead of the Class Stale! *? ,?.???? *?. : ? * 1 strolled with another intothe ban quetling hall. Saw there the Chair man of the Fvight-hours' Committee. On his right, Lord Chelm...
Evolution of the Class Struggle [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
Evolution of the Class Struggle 1!Y WII.MAM II. NOVKS. Socialism can no longer be regarded as a scheme for re-organising society — as a Utopia, a fancy, a dream of some doctrin aire philosopher. It is a theory of social evolution; it is a statement of the historical process that is actually taking place before our eyes. Men are beginning to study Socialism rather than the speculations of Socialists. To present an original Socialism would be like presenting original history or an orig inal theory of gravitation, because Socialism is not a dream or a scheme, but a theory based on actual facts. As long as Socialism was conceived as the scheme of a visionary, there were as many forms of Socialism as there were visions; but when Socialism is regarded as a theory of a developing historical process, an ac quaintance with the facts leads more and mure to unanimity in theory. ?Just as once there was one literature of o ie country and owe of another, one science here and another science there...