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Josiah Thomas's Sweatshop. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Josiah Thomas's Sweatshop. J!V II. K. HOLLAND. iM.'o.MMngleton (here comes bitteraud cruel proof of the manner in which men arc sweated, and then penal ised for being sweated, by Labor lnomber Thomas's department. A daily press report sets forth that at Singleton (Quarter Sessions, ''William Summcrville Henderson was charged that, on August H, .1910. at Jerry's Plains, being an accounting officer within the meaning of the Common wealth Audit Act, l'JOo, he did mis apply and improperly make.. use of the sum of £'.)(- 7s -Id, the property of his Majesty, other than as pro vided by the said Act, and did fraudu lently convert the said money. ' Ac cused pleaded guilty. It was shown that the. accused was postmaster at Jerry's Plains at a salary of £130 a year, out of which £2G was deducted for house rent, he had dej/eiulenf. on him a wife and t air. children. Ac cused was. sentenced to two years, with hard labor, in Groulburn gaol, with the right to petition, when he had served 12 months....

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLASS WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

GLASS WINDOWS. Umtai.v ..will contribute four stained-glus-: win dows to the l'a luce of IViiu! at. ti.e llujiv.v.— I -ttiln Paper. With tliundor-stmke iincl rending mttlo. And biir and nlsitu of furnajud s.ted, Bull girds him ready for the. battle. With twelve-inch gun and Dreadnought keel. B,y giant forges redly leaping The haui.ners on his harness play, ? And happy England, wake or sleeping, Is wrapt in cordite night and day. About his outer paddock fences A line of corpses may bo found, , Dead niggers who, on false pretences. Would trespass on Bull's private ground. If niggers will not quit their capers, The frontier graveyard still is near, And wars that don't get in the papers Sprinkle with blood the changing year. Small Indian matters, mostly tribal, Some I'athan rising ' firmly met,' Bull hands his savage foe a Bible, And backs it with a bayonet. Now universal love is mooted, And warfare is a thing accurst; But, though his faith is (irmly rooted In peace, he'll see the rest ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why I am a Socialist. Some Sentimental Reasons. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Why I am a Socialist. Some Sentimental Reasons. NY K. .1. I51JADY. U. In conic liucc to the matter of Socialism and personal sympathy. As a journalist it hug been my function at times to form sonio ac quaintance with what is loftily called ' the lower life.' I have .some knowledge oPtlie conditions under which modern industrial ism is curried on. 1 have gone into the question of child-and-woman Labor, and the housing of the poor. The domestic ec jnoniy ol' a working-man's household is not unfa miliar lu mo. I have taken out scales of .wages and contrasted them with scales of prices. I know the purchasing powers of money and the requirements of decent life. 1 have studied the Drink problem, the Un employed problem and the Kent and Usury '.problems at first hand. I have also been sweated and exploited. The best product of my brain has been sold for a song. L have experienced the weakness of Thrift, the un certainty of employment, the lack of neces sities, the hearllessness of competit...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

HOW TO GET A Library for Nothing ! Read This!- — and Get to Work! Foit every TWENTY SHILLINGS in NEW Subscriptions (whether quarterly, halfyear ly, or yearly) that YOU send in for Tiik I.NTKIiXATIOXAL SoiTALIST, the Executive will give you Five Shillings' Worth of Books lo he selected from the following, and also from the Socialist Literature list of the In ternational Socialist Literature Department-, published in this issue. This offer will 'ipply as from August 1. Jt is not made with reference to renewed subscriptions. Uoolcs containing 20 receipt forms will lie issued to members and other approved can vassers on application. , , Names of 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 once for a Receipt Book. The best way to do Socialist propaganda is to get subscribers For The I.vrKitx.moxALSociALi&T, the uncompromising, fighting organ of Rev- ? olutio...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

S.F.A. News & Notes. South Australia. HY ll.S.C. Tm: party's propaganda work is being steadily pushed along here. We always got largo and attentive audiences, ami we are doing good educational «'i irk. On Sunday night, comrade I. a ngriilge de livered an interesting address to a good audience on '' The rise and fall of the Aus tralian Labor Party.1 '— 2S.n. 10.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Column of Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

A Column of Clippings. bxni-:ii capitalism it is cheaper to kill men than to employ safety devices. Under So cialism lifo would stand first, and profits would never be considered, because impos sible. The transformation of the crowd into tlie people — profound task! It is to this labor that the men called Socialists have devoted themselves during the lac I forty years. The author of this book, how ever insignificant he may be, is one of the oldest in this labor. If he claims his place among these philosophers it is because it it is a place oF persecution.' — Virmu lli:-.sn. Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the cost of chains and slav ery?' 'Tin- Cod who gave us life, gave us lib erty at the same time.' — Jki-tkhso.v. The law is a sort of hocus-pocus science that smiles in your face while it picks vour pocket.'— Mackix. Experience leaches many who are very ignorant, otherwise fools would predominate forever.' II'' that wriwtles with us strengthens our nerves ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Broken Hill. We are luring two of our best industrial fbthters, Harry Gray and -lack Flynn, both o'' whom' have done yeoman service for So c.i.ilisu inside the unions. Both were re cently employed at the Co-op. Bakery, but owing to the contemptible methods em ployed to bring about the resignation of Harry Gray. I' lynn ana me rcsi ui wie em ployees decided to tender their resignations. Hji'ngfut of work, and being blacklisted a'ong the line of lode, Flynn decided with Cray to sell out and within a fortnight's timt to leave for Westmlia and settle down t » :i life of fanning. Gray intends to call l.:s new place in .the West the lied Flag Farm. At a recent A.M. A. meeting, the secre tary was instructed to wire to -Tosiah Thomas, protesting against the present im migration system of bringing people out h.-re under false pretences, when no iand i available for them to make a living on. Thei.mionisls here are very indignant with Svdney Eight-hours Committee for its invi L.tiuii to Leg-ir...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Socialist Fables. The Respectable Way. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Socialist Fables. The Respectable Way. Oxi'K upon ji time there was a man who became acquainted with a poor widow. As she had three small children, it was tlillieult for her to go out into the world for pur pose of earning a, living. bo the man, whose name was John, de cided to marry her. He thought that if ho bought her a washing machine- and some other necessary articles, and solicited laun dry work from his, friends she could make a good living for the family. This went through very well until his neighbours remonstrated with him about living on his wife's labor. Me coolly in formed them that as he had given her work both she and they ought lobe satisfied, which 'riled' his neighbours, and they proceeded to treat him to a coat of tar and feathers. After he had soaked himself for a week in his wife's washtub, he came to the conclusion that it would have been better to hire his wife to do the work, as he could live on the profit froiii her work, rather than to have married her. So ...

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 — 8 October 1910

The Passing Show. CONDUCTIJI) IJV OTUS. Sksatou Pkakck says tho now defence ?I Hellenic will completely revolutionise rille * shooting. Schoolboys und junior cadets will ho iaught to shoot at miniature ranges. Later on, they'll he ordered to shoot at one anotliei — -when tlio strike happens alonir. Wade sent I'eter Bowling to jail — in leg irons. - Sydney Eight-hours ^Committee -invited Wade, jailer and leg-ironor, to be present at its aniniid banquet. Doesn't this prove that a fool-killer is needed right on the spot where the Eight hours Committee lives? A girl with a bird's throat Ikis been dis ' covered in Victoria. ' In N.S.W. Tin-: Intkunational Socialist ; has found a whole host of political men with I throats like, birds — lvre birds. f ? ; ? [ ? Only a little while ago Mrs. Rhys Davies [ journeyed throiigli N.S.W. as (apparently [' paid) organiser and lecturer for the Leg J rons Party, shrieking aiiiitbenia against: every Labor candidate. Deserting Wade, ! [ Carrutbers, and ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROTHER—FALL IN! [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

BROTHER— FALL IN! Duns it make you 11 tstf I wliun you read about Some prior, starved devil wlio'lli-:kered out, J'.ecau.-i: In- had never u decent chance In tins limjrfcri iiiuslics of circumstance? If it makes yuu burn like the (ires of sin, Jirolher, you're lit for tins ranks. Fall in! Dues it make you rage . wliuh you conic to learn ??? Of ii ul»nn-soul (1 wumau who could not en a K11011XI1 to live, and who fought, hut fell In the cruel struggle, and went to hell; Does it make you' seethe with an i.iijjlt hot? Brother, we welcome you— share our lol ! Whoever has hlood that will Hood hi.-- fa-e At the sight of the beast, in the holy place, \Vhoover~has rage for the tyrant's might, For the powers that' ' jiruy in the day and night; Whoever has hate for the ravening brute That strips the tree of its goodly fruit, Whoever knows wrath at the sight of pain, Of needless sorrow and heedless {jiiin; Whoever knows bitterness, shame, nml ^rall Al the thought of the trampled ones doomed to ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concerning the Agitator. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Concerning the Agitator. r.v .1. r.i.iwiK.vni.u.. 'Yor'uK only an agitator! ' What llioughts arc induced wlion active participators in movements for social progress arc greeted with this scorn ful epithet! .Agitator! Noble word! The hall mark of virility, of intellectuality, of sound principle and noble passion! The Agitator is absolutely essen tial lo human progress, ine records of time are indications of that fact. But there are all kinds of Agitators in every walk of life. Especially prominent among them all are the Worjdng-Class and the Master-Class Agitator. Sandwiched between is the modern Reformer and Philan thropist, with their crack-brained ideas on the causes of poverty and its cure. This class, with one or two exceptions, has never left a mark on the bloody pages of history. They are ignorant meddlers, well meaning, perhaps, but who do not understand the. fundamental basis of our eco nomic life and are totally-uninformed of the historical failures of r.irnilar measures in...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Receipt of Sample Copy of this Paper is an invitation to you to become a Subscriber. \ ?- i ? i Official Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in N.S.W. Under (lie control of Joint Ksouutives, InliTiuitioiuil Soeiali.-ts.. H. E. HOLLAND, Editor. Offices : 61 Gouiburn-street, Sydney. Headquarter.- : -7I Pitt Start, Sydney. All Musi ness CniiiiiiiViii-atiitu.-i to be addressed In the Manager. All Literary Communications to lie addressed to tin.1 Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION : Australia — Is. nor year ; Is. |ier quarter. New Zealand— S.j. i-cr year ; I'd per quarter. Oilier Coiiuirioi— Ss i-er year ; is per quarter. The htl«niatin-ml Socinli.il mill be sent FREE OF '''IIMl'ilC to Schools of Art*, on condition that it is Obtainable from riie. International Socialist Group, Sydney. Tin1. Socialist Party of Victoria, Melbourne. The Soi-iaii.-t Party of .South Australia. Adelaide. Harrier Socialist Group, Broken Mill. ITm.- Socialist Party of Xew Zealand, WoJiir.jrion, and P.randicH. Mrs. P.uttciy, new...

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Finland. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Finland. Two manifestoes of the Czar have recently been published ordering that the Finnish Landtag should he called for a special^ ses sion of I wo months in order to consider: (1) The mode of election of Finnislrdele -?ates to the Keiclisrat and/Duma, in accor d-nice with the- Finland.. Mdl.Juno 1/ ami 20, bv the lieichsral and Duma; and (2) to s'ive it- opinion upon the Bills concerning tl.e I.e-al equality of Russian with Finnish citizens, and th« regulation of the military question. The Finnish deputies, says IV wnrii. are thus placed before the alternative of decidedly refusing to consent to these ille gal Hills, which menace the existence of the nation, or or betraying the interests of the Finnish people and helping with their own hands to kill that people's liberty. As about half of the Landtag is composed of Social-Democrats, there is no doubt what its answer will he.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Greece. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

! Greece. i The ///if//.,' Vic Zcilunu reports that a Creek Social- Demoera lie Party has been I'unned. ? , ?

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SONG OF THE SWORD. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

SONG OP THE SWORD. ' Tin: pallia of j,'lory leal but to tin: pave.' ? Tin-: Sword sanjr Will i ii dolclnl link:; lls metallic iwan Jilirred tlic puls of Hie Wielder— lilory beckoned afar! !:anji tilt: Swo d Of rod blood On/.in^ from wounds, Of cloven skulls And protrusion of brains, Of severed limbs, Of entrails anil dis.eiiibowclliii).'s. Tim Sword sang— Tim orphan cowered in tin- cave, The widow's-: heart was- drilled, The bain? uliiii^ to the dead breast. San^r llii! Sword In this baud of tlio Wielder— Onward it. 'pointed : I'ollowed the brand Li.uhtin- tin: .sky, Hani)- tin; liomeMload — Charred on the morrow the. ruins. — llcath in its' wake; Yel Glory beckoned afar! The J-word SitiiLT . Wit'i sonorous twaiifr— Ueplied thi! vulluri! (ior^uil Avitli much feat-tin-; Kchoed the wcopin Of women anil diildreu; Ro.-.e up the pestilence, li'iped wide the trenches, (inianeil the dismembered, ('in-sed tliu despairing — And (i lory beckoned afar! LVasfd tin: Sword's son- — On the bands: ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Answers to Correspondents. Tin-: Si.avk; Dandkmox. — Next week. W.G., Carl ton, 'Vic. —Received 'too late for this issue. Will print next week. .I.W.D.. Adelaide. — Subs. received. Splendid work. Supplies increased. Many thanks. . ;., ' W.E.S., ]Joggabri. — Will answer in next issue. - . . II.S.C, Adelaide.— Writing. ... A . L.It. , Cape Hawke.— Roc jived ; writing. E.A.D., Montpclier, Hid:, U.S.A. — Paper forwarded. Information by letter. . J.F., Boggabri. — Received.. Thanks. H.S.O., Sydney; T.R., Km ri.— Decided best not to print. .Reasons similar to those given in reply to ' S.L.P. .Member.'' Kind ly sentiments appreciated. K.A .G . , Tanunda, S. A . — Pa pers forwa rd ed. Writing. Good luck. S.L.P. M km kkk, 'Sydney. — We have de cided not to print. We appreciate your re marks concerning the Internationals and the S.F.A., and do not at all object to your strictures; but most of your letter reflects on and preaches to your own party, and should lind publication in the columns of...

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United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

United States. Capitalist judges of Massachusetts will be appealed to in a few months lo declare un constitutional the law recently passed in this stale compelling employers, when advertis ing for workmen, to slate whether or not there w a strike on at their works. This law was passed on the initiative of Morrill, the Socialist representative. The Ai-i-rnl In h'fii.tini prints furl her art i clcs 1 1\- .lohn Kenneth Turner on tlie crime;-, tyrannies, ami brutalities nf Diaz of Mexico. Kugeiic Debs prints an open letter in the Appeal tn Judge Phillips, accusing him of being the most shameless perverter of the l.-nv and the must brazen corporation hire ling that ever disgraced the federal bench of the United States. Debs challenges Phillips to meet him in the open, when he will iv ,. pent his charges, and he dares Phillips to ' cite him in his own court. Kiigene Debs, in a speech urging the workers to gel together before the coining elections, Hayed Itou.-evelt, whom he desig nated as...

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International Notes. Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

International Notes. Germany. Maisckwaimi and Limit' (Socialists) liavt1 just, been «*? 11 11 It m iiit*i.l liy tin1 court ;il Konigs lirrn to -~-A nionlbs1 imprisonment eacb fur an artiflf coulainin;; some qtiiti' harmless — ? me illicit iiluiost say ?''?'?d-naturcd — hu- uiorous remarks about the Hnlicnzollern princes, the pride and joy ot the (lennan people,1' tn scorn and derision. Tlir ar ticle in t|Ui'Sliiin simply expressed surprise licit tlie Kaiser should still have to provide lor the married princes, and pointed out the many fallings available by which they might earn their own living. . 'For instance, the papers often state that all the llohen/.olli:rn princes learn a 'handicraft; they ought therefore to be a, position to earn an honest living. They ought also to he contented with the wages of a simple artisan — for did nut the Kaiser say: 'For the workman the riiiiipoti'-dish is now full.' Under these cii-ciimslances the princes will surely reniein her the beautiful word...

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An Adelaide Sweating Hell. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

An Adelaide Sweating Hell. IIY II. S.I'. Foi! some weeks past the employees at Mc Ewin's jam factory have been dissatisfied with their wages, niid conditions. The members of the U.L.l'. working there brought their grievances before their union, and the executive was instructed to inter view the manager and make a request for a reduction of hours and an increase in wages. This instruction was carried into effect, and the manager replied that he could do ..noth ing as he was applying for a wages board. But the employees would not entertain the idea of wages boards. They consider that method of bettering their conditions to be obsolete and proved useless by previous ex perience. The matter was further considered at the last meeting of the l:.L.U..and it was decided to give the manager an opportunity, on Saturday last, of acceding to the de mands of the workers, otherwise the men would refuse to start wor.:. The girls em ployed at the factory stated that they were willing- to cease work...

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Sydney Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910

Sydney Jottings. Tin-: fortnightly meeting will be held on Tuesday evening next, Oct. 11. ^Members are urged to note date, and put in an ap pearance, to prevent meetings lapsing for want of a quorum. The Fair Committee has arranged a cucjirc tournament for Saturday evening next. Members are reminded that nominations close for billiard tourney on Saturday next. Slade was chairman at Sunday's Domain meeting, at which there was a large audi ence. Walsh, Mrs. Harris, and Wilson were the speakers. On Sunday night Sladc and Wilson spoke at Martin Place, while Harris, Hocking, Hirst, and Feldluisen spoke to ;i line crowd in Goulburn-street. A number of visitors have reached Sydney within the last week or so. amov.g them be ing R- Levin from Melbourne, McKcn/.ie from Adelaide, and several comrades from ^Maoriland. At the Sydney Police Court, on Thursday of last- week, 11. Dierks was charged with selling four glasses of lager, and was lined ;£:-(). The case arose out of the Fair. The committ...

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