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No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
The organisation of the workers on the political Held is a necessary adjunct to their organisation on the industrial field. While capitalist class rule exists, 'the right of self-government' remains an empty phrase. Educated I may be. but I'm damned if 1 have ever been a gentleman. Wot's a gen tleman ? A man whose grandfather was a mean enough thief to rob the poorest in the land. And wot's a lady ? A woman whose father was able to bring her up innercentby driving the daughters of the poor on to the streets to keep her — that's what it comes to. — 'Gentleman of the Road.' A Congress has been sitting in Lon :doi\ about the printing of ' noxious ' books, and Mr. John .Murray, the well known publisher, gave it as his opinion that the works of Henry George, Karl Marx, and Neitzsche were ' noxious'' books. That working man in blue clothes and brass buttons has class interests the same as yours. (live policemen copies of Tun Ix TKIiNATIO.NAL SOCIALIST. Economic justice is the only basis u...
The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 8 October 1910
The Press Fund. Already acknowledged - -!?'- 17 o Per O. -lorgensen (Hook o7) — H.M. -is, H.I). Is, Germi Is, .1. Peterson 'is. Sliced Is, .Jos. Friederichs i- - - 0 0 (J Per II. K. Holland (Book No. -20)— M. Foeli - - - 0 2 0 ; 1). Sievert, Broadmcadow - .()? '2 0 I Jt'-IH 10 o ' Advanced ns Loans. i Already acknowledged - (5 0 0 . - Total . - - o2 10: 5 All communications to be addressed to O. \V. Jorgensen, secretary. Press Fund Com mittee, 271 Pitt-street, Sydney.
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Germany. The cables are ominously silent as to the situation in (.ierniany. Since the events which characterised the revolt recorded last week, no news has boon permitted to eonie tlirnuirh. Germany has conic to Mie point when; it realises the power of the Socialist agitation in this respect. The minister of war has lately made representation to the kaiser that. ' the general is unable to accept responsi bility for the efficiency of the army unless steps are taken to restrain the anti-military agitation systematically conducted l-\ So cialists.' ?
International Notes. United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
International Notes. United States. I It is nearly four years since Fred. Warren | was arrested, and the case isn't ended yet. | Four months ago the U.S. Supreme Court heard Warren's appeal, hut its decision as to whether the six months' jail sentence is to hold good has not yet been delivered. At Columbus, Ohio, recently, the soldiers of the sixth regiment raised a. fund of '-00 dollars for the use of the families of the striking street car men. These soldiers had been sent to Columbus for the purpose of re ducing the strikers to submission.
FERRER'S FUNERAL HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
FERRER'S FUNERAL HYMN. . (From tin; Spanish Mac.ms i;r. Si:-;rxiio.) Now let tin; iron ruler in the soul, Ami the red blood run redder f c- r revi.lt, And the -,'ood (iod release the ravening bolt, To;l)reiik the c'ond above the Capitol. Now add a Son of Morning to the roll Of many martyrs who loved morning light a nci opened \viikiowh to the stuns by night, And tiinght the children wisdom froni the scroll. Ferrer is dead, who fearless lived and died, And not a church to sing his funeral wing; But on i he. Kood within, what is tlmt cry '.' There. Christ again this day in enieiiied, And calls, 'How long, 0 Lord, how long? Hast thou forsaken me ; Kloi, Eloi V ' — John IjA/.aki'R, in the Xi'n- Ayr.
The Vengeance of Ferrer. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
The Vengeance of Ferrer. MY IHSI'AXIOLA. Wiu.iAii (Jowpkh, pout of the Eigh teenth Century, in hi* ' Boadicea,' makes the old priest of the Druids say ?? Koine shall perish! Write that word In the blood that she. hath spilt— l'erish,namele-s and abhorred, 'Deep in ruin as in guilt. One year ago Francisco Ferrer was judicially murdered, and already the truth about. his infamous trial, prose cution, and persecution is being made known by the official records of his country. The blood of the nuutyr is produc ing its inevitable fruit, and both Spain and Portugal are in revolt against the ecclesiastical tyranny which was responsible for the murder oi' the champion and founder of edu cational liberty in that unhappy pen insula. There have now been published the documents relating to the events in Barcelona during the 'week of blood,' and they contain absolutely no proofs against the founder of the Ktscncla Mod emu. As one of the Spanish Deputies re marked in the heated and very .signi fic...
The Press Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
The Press Fund. X, s d Already acknowledged - -Hi 10 .'- Per 0. .lorgensen (i»ook:',7) — Theo. Hanseii Is, Sliced Is, II. 1). Is, Kahler Is. Wagner Is, 11. M. 2s, IU5. &' - -'()!) 0 Friend - -? -0011 Per H. K. Holland (P.ook No. 20)— E.W. - - -020 £17 ?- -I Advanced as Loans. Already acknowledged '?? - ('- 0 (I Total ' - . .',;; ?- I ? All-communications to be addressed toO. W. Jorgenseii, '.secretary; Press Fund (.'mu miUee, 27'l Pitt-street, Sydney.' 'Austral's' articles on -;M r.' Fi slier and South Africa'-' continue to make splendid reading in Vic. Socudld.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Socialist Literature. Economic. Argument for Industrial Uaioiiisin (Vine. St. i John). Per do/. , '.Id Id 'What Life Means To Me (Jack London) Id What is a Scab ( A. M. .Simons) |(| Labor Movement in .Russia (Sviatlowski) Id Jones's Boy ' Id Economic Foundations oi' Australian Politics L'd Commercial Morality :.'.! Debate on ?Socialism (Clcinenceau-.Iaures). id The Capitalist Class (Kautsky) I'd Tin; Proletariat (Kautsky). L'd Tlie Class Struggle (Kautsky) L'd The .Socialist Commonwealth (Kautsky) 2(1 Economics of Labor (If. Quelch) 2d Socialism and the. Worker (F. A. gorge) lM The Puttm; of Woman (H. Harrows} l'.I .Socialism and the. .Survival of the 'Fittest (J. Council) . -',1 The Evils of Competition (B. 0'Donnell) i-d .Some Objections to. Socialism Answered ('Tat- tler'; ' ? . - . ?-,, Tliu Class War (A. AV. Humph ey) ^1 The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. POST KKKK. Women & the Social Problem (May .Simons) l'.I The Evolution of the Class Struggle '( W. Xoyes) L'd...
Rationalistic Education. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Rationalistic Education. TUAXSUATKl) KUOM TIIK SI'AXISII 01' TUANflA'O Ki:i;i:i:ii, uv v. n. -;i:.\i(xiioit. In a rational, perfect si ncl just society, it would be possible to speak of education with out qualifying its nature, but in the society in which we live education generally is tra ditional and therefore is essentially station ary and anti-progressive, and whoever loves progress and aspires to the justice of the changes which the future has in store for us, must prepare our children with a new form of education which will break the chains of traditional errors and will strengthen intel ligence with truths which will permit future generations to reap in their lives the fruits which we legitimately may expect from hu man nature. Nothing is so expressive and adequate as the words ' Rationalistic Edu cation.' Lay education has been spoken of, but ?that qualification only. gives the idea that it is- not religious'education ; and upon careful .observation, it, appears' that, the -...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Answers to Correspondents. Dandki.ion.— Ueeeived too late for this is sue. Will use next week. Mits. l'.r liroken Hill. — Sub. received. Kx-'I'isAMWAY .Man. — Thanks. W.K.S., Uoggabri. — A branch of the S.F.A. may be formed by not less than six persons, who must apply for and receive the endorsement of the National Incentive. A lioggabri branch would he heartily welcomed, and even a small number of men banded to gether could do a very great deal in the di rection of spreading Socialist literature, sell ing, distributing, and securing subscribers for Tm-: l.NTKKXATioxAi, Socialist, and in other way.-* pushing the propaganda. It is better to work together as a party than as units. E.V.C., liroken Hill.— Sub. received. Other Answers held over.
Open Column. The Vista of Ages And the Voice of Love. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Open Column. The Vkta of Ages And the Voice of Love. liY A. II. ISKISIiV. III. A mom; the traders the Bankruptcy Statistics show a very high percentage of failures be cause of ruthless competition. An insurance company would insure a business man's prolits, etc., against loss consequent upon lire, but no insurance company in the world would insure his prolits against bankruptcy from ruthless competition, even where ac cording to the present day standard of com mercial morality no blame whatever could be attached to the bankrupt. The only practicable way under the pre ?sent system of minimising the danger of bankruptcy is by huge combinations of capi tal or monopoly (which in other words is collectivism for the few). But this does not solve the problem. A trust swallows up its smaller competitors; it is always extending its circle of operations, and it docs not in c iv. i so thv circulation of wealtli because it works for ' Prolits. ::~ And among the so called higher grades of Societ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Wrrnoi-T a X upon his back, A donkey you'll seldom see, » et if a X one should but lack He can ne'er become M.l\ On polling day will say their swears Many a would-be M P. When they stare at the blanky squares Where the blooming X should Imj. On that day it will come to pass, For a certainty, of course, A Gliberal JJlabourskite's an ass m m 'Lnll0'°h llL' bril5r '»til Iw's hoarse. 10-10-10- ? J. W. ConiiBrr. While tbe President of Sydney Eight hours Committee was slobbering Governor Ghelnistord over at Sydney Trades Hall, the low-paid female slaves in Chelmsford's household were putting in the latter half of a sixteen-hours' day. The Eight-hours' movement !
The Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
The Fair. Ox' behalf of the Club Hxecutive, the Fair Cunnuitt'e desires to thank all who assisted with donations, at the stalls, in the tab leaux and program, and in any oilier way. The following list of donations wtlii inad vertently omitted from mil- last two issues: F. Ansel i ne, '2-; Miss Kerr. two fancy bags and table centre ; Tailoresses' I'ninii, two waistcoats, pin cushion, fancy boxes and lollies; V. l.olato, 'Jdoz. bottles of wine; .Miss Alice Yoss. paper chain decorations; Mrs. Dunki-r, two large cakes; Miss Maggie Dunker, '1 d'oylcys, :i pin cushions, '1 dulls, -I 'peggy. bags ; Mrs. (I. Hums, handsome cushion: Mrs. Stone, ?- doz. motto cards, ?'-!) postcards,. -S copies Omar's poems. 2 bonks. ''Life's Wallaby'; .Mrs. Holland, l' book.. Leila Holland, three d'oyleys and piii cush ion ; II. Dierks, :'- bottles raspberry ; Mrs. Maluney, about ?'- tin/., mixed small cakes and 'I large spongecakes; Mr. (' — . '2 dressed dolls, 1 hand-worked red tie. '1 I'eter Pan collars, a...
"Ferrer the Anarchist." FACTS GEEANED BY HISPANIOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
'Ferrer the Anarchist.' l-WCbi ' (.iliKAXKI) 'IJY IIISI'ANlnLA. - T.i ik clerical enemies of Senor Kun'ei1 have been at considerable trouble in attempting to justify the murder of the lttth of October, 1'JUi). by mak ing out some imaginary connection between the murdered man and An archism; and the pamphlet on this subject published by the Woman Catholic' Truth Society is entitled : ''Ferrer the Anarchist.' As Mr. McCabe has pointed out (' Martyrdom of Ferrer/' page f)(i), the popular prejudice against Anar chism is due to sheer ignorance. The presence among us of Prince Kropot kin, and the European prestige of Count Tolstoi, should have corrected it. An Anarchist is not a man who throws bombs, bit a man who be lieves that decentralised administra tion, with greater liberty of personal development, is the ideal of social reform; We would not revere the memory of Senor Ferrer any the less if he had been an Anarchist, but we object to misrepresentation. The leaders of Anarchism in Eu ...
Trinidad Ferrer To the Clerical Press. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Trinidad Ferrer To the Clerical Press. Tin-: following is a tianslalion by .Mr. Montgomery '( Leichhardt) of a lei tor written by' Trinidad Ferrer to the clerical press: ' A jouuuxAii (naturally clerical, butnot one alone. hundreds and hun dreds, commencing with the Oswrvn loro i'ulicano—Xd K) interprets the thought of my father in away so false that, in spite of the desire of remain ing silent, 1 must at least protest. My father was one of the best of fathers to all hischildren. No one of us has been the object of a preference. When we were children he used to take us for walks, where he pleasingly sought to explain that which we saw with our childish eyes. Of a smiling easy manner, which alone parents can understand, his reprehensions when he felt it his duty to correct us were rather lessons tian reprimands. He loved all his children equally and with the same kindness of heart. ^\Iy father has worked much. He lived a modest life, desirous that his money as well as his efforts sho...
The Berlin Riots. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
The Berlin Riots. IIY TIM-: SLAV K. To the student nf modern industrial ilewl ii|)iii(.'iiL in relation tn llic working chins iv viilt From class iluniinatiuii and oppression nvii items from the cliiss-pcrvcrlcd cable grams concerning the recent riots in Uerlin are pregnant with interest and fraught with a glad message of hope. Probably owing to .some censorial over sight, Baron I'euter, the cable boss, in tunned the patrons of the plutocratic press thai the workers, in the Moabitquarter of IJerlin, who so forcefully demonstrated that they would countenance no employment of scab labor, were of the butter class, of artisans. . 1 his conclusively eonlirms what Socialist orators and writers have continually asserted ; namely, that is not the individuals at the bottom of the social pit who at the present time swell the. ranks of the international working-class movement, but that section of the working-class whose position as sole producers of the world's wealth has endowed them with a e...
Socialist Fables. The White Skunk. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
Socialist Fables. The White Skunk. A ckiitaix Skunk who had grown into dis favor because ol' conduct that i.s unmention able, nppealed lo his fellow animals for vin dication. After the beasts had consulted to gether, one of them remarked : ' What he needs is a coat of whitewash.' They got some whitewash and applied it vigorously. The result was that the Skunk emerged 'in immaculate white. ''Now, he isall right,' llunny Kabbitsaid. ''.Maybe he is,' Brother Fox responded, 'but 1 think he would give more general satisfaction if we had coated him with perfume rather than whitewash.'
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910
The Passing Show. ] CONDUCTED BY O'lTS. Montmicxts to the memory of Frnncise.o. Ferrer, tlie Spanish martyr to educa tional reform in Spain, are ti'r be un veilled on the anniversary of his death, October 13th, at Paris,; also in Koine front ing the Vatican. On the French frontier of Spain, a monument was lo have been un veiled on the 2'-th August. John- Vcrrau was urging the Petersburg fanners to support the Labor Party. ' who HAD THKIU IXTKHIOSTS AT IIICAltT.' When tile starshinc-to-starshine employers had finished applauding. Honest John further proceeded to say: He would like to refer them to the Produce Export Depot, which had heen '-.brought about hy the Labor Party. Not that it meant any advantage to the workers. but the fanners had got a good tiling, for it meant better prices for their products and better markets.' When ' Labor' squirmed in the mud: 'There was no discordant note during the whole evening, and the cordial welcome given to Lord Chclmsford, the Stale Gov ernor,...