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Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910

Spain. Friday is the anniversary of the murder of Ferrer, and Spain is seething with revolt. The dead Ferrer — his murdered and mar tyred body mouldering away in the un marked grave where the murderers Hung it is a. far greater source of danger, a far more relentless bringer of terror to the hearts of the Spanish evildoers, than a thousand living Ferrers could have been. King Alfonso vainly seeking to hide bis diseased body and bloodguiltiness of mind in distant con itrie.s is proof of the. terrible truth of this.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910

Propaganda Fixtures. DoSiais— Nirst (chair), Walsh, Mrs. Harris,'. Mol- liuul. (j'oiM.uuiix-rfTiircET — Montgomery (chair), l'Vldhu: sen, Slnde. ' . . Maktix Pi.ack— A. llaun (chair), Mr-^ Harris, Wil on. The. Uvuninsr Meetings will uonununue. at 7.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 15 October 1910

; Capitalism's Trail of Blood. ! Or, The Dignity of Labor. I'W If blond hi; tin; prit-f of nil ifour urallli, Onml (tod! in; hart', /mil! il in full. An explosion in a coalmine at Monterey, New Mexico, resulted in the deaths of 72 miners, mostly Mexicans and Japanese. Albert Mitchell, fireman, fell from an en gine on the Marrangarra bank, and sus fni 110/*! omiAHCCinti r\r 4-1-nn 1it*nt-i Itll liv_\l ^.UW\.LIDkll(Jll \JL lilt UlCLlll* William M* Donald committed suicide at his father's residence at Captain's Flat by hanging himself. In his earHer years he was one of the victims' of the G. P.O. sweat shops, by which his life was practically ruined. Explorers of the \\ hitehaven colliery reached the seat of the explosion, and found the bodies of five miners terribly mutilated and burned. John King, employed at a brewery at As cot Vale, Vic, fell 20 feet and fractured his skull, death resulting. Arthur Williams, driver, was seriously injured on Thursday, in a collision between a dray a...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

Socialist Literature. EcuiHiinii- Ai-iniuciit for Industrial I'niouii-iii (Vim-. St. John). IVnloz , '.I.I !-! What l.iic .Mi-mir- Ti.i Me (.hu-k London) 1(1 Wlisit is ii Sfjil) (A. M. Simons) lil Labor Movement in J{ii.--iu (.Sviiitluw-ki) 111 .rone.-V Hoy lil Economic Koumlutions of Australian Politics '.M Commercial Morality 'J-\ J)e!-ate oii..Soi:iiilisin (Olenieiu-iiau-.Iauri.'s) 'Jtl Tlie Capitalist tflsiss (KauUky) 2il Tin* 1'roletariat (Kmitskv) ' -il The Class Stru-rglu (Kaiftsky) LM The Spuialist ConinioiiwiMiltli (KauUky) :.'-! Ki-.-inoiriici- of Labor (11. Quclcli) 2il Socialism and the. Worker (F. A. Sorjre) 2d The Future of Woimm (II. Burrows)' 2d Socialism and the Survival of the Fittest (J. Co'nnull) . L-d Tin: Bvils of Competition (15. O'Doiindl) L'd Sunn: Objections to Socialism AiiH.\en:d (''Tat tler'; L'd Th.; Class War (A. W. Humph cy) I'll The following Pamphlets at Is 6d per doz. ' I'O.ST KIIKK. Womuii A the. Social .Problem (May Simons) lM The Involution of t...

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 — 22 October 1910

A Column of Clippings. Fijcisii every day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absuidities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. The gulf, dividing saint and sinner is neither wide enough nor deep enough to make. a song about. ' - There are four things that come not back: The spoken word, The sped arrow, - The past life, and The neglected opportunity. — AliAIIIAN PltOVKltlJ. No good thing is failure, and no evil thing success. Socialism means the triumph of the work ing class. We should not worry as to who will do the dirty work under Socialism. The capi talist politicians seem. to like it. Think of a workingclass who are sup posed to be intelligent, producing all wealth and then handing 70 per cent, of it over to a class who do no work, and at tlie same time have to get down on your knees in order to get them to grant you this privilege. He who thinks the voice of discontent can be silenced by persecution ? of the radicals, should .excha...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Blind Man's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

A Blind Man's Letter. J. H. CoKHwr writes: 'I should' like to join the Internationals. My opinions, are identical with those -of the writer of ' Why T am a Socialist.' Though not hiding my light under a bushel, 1 am only a vendor of vestas, and though some of r.:e moderates might think this sort of t-'.i.i; leads to a utvik-p still the Socialists may u.it object to a life-long freethink'mg iconoclast. I am a Lon dnnei ; came out here in LS70. .In '7(-agun bursting in my hand injured my .sight and caused all the voyage of my life to be bound in shallows and ininisories. The hardship and exposure incidental to such a state, and sev eral severe falls down steep banks .on my head owing to .my blindness,. have rendered me almost as' deaf as a deity; ' The lines en cluV'd herewith' [printed elsewhere';. -rEn.'l area confession of, ,want'of' .faith; which I 'carrv in my pockofiu case ' l'gott rim' over, or asphyxiated with' bronchitis^ from which I suffer';' - ' ..??-? ' ' '??.'.'? ?-?r'' ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

Mental Dynamite. Or Little Lessons to Learn. P.Y liKOItliH It. KlliKIWI'ISICIC. Lesson Fourteen : On Fusion and other Parties. Fusion is. like a snake's eye — interesting, attractive, and disastrous. The glitter of a snake's eye is advantageous — to the snake. The glittering fusion promises held out to Socialists by Liberals, or Laborites, or ' in dependent candidates ' are advantageous — to the capitalist class. There can be no harmony of interests be tween a chattel slave and a chattel slave's master. There can be harmony of interests be tween a wage-slave and a wage-slave's mas ter. Thir.e'ore, there can be no harmony o!' in terests between a wage-slave's political party and a' wage:sla've masters' political' party.-' ' HKMEMUKH: A political-party is.a poli tical organisation for the DEFENCE OF THE INTERESTS OF AN INDUSTRIAL CLASS. , There .are TVyO industrial CLASSES — namely, the capitalist class and the working class. One HITS labor-power, the other SELLS labor-power. KBMKMBEI...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

France. A great raiiway-slriki! against a iilinimuiij wage of -Is 0||d a day took place in the north of- France last week. Thcstrik'o blocked all trallicto Paris;, and the' city became isolated. The general secretary of the Hailwaymen's Union and two other ollieiiils we're arrested. A partial strike of electricians took place in Paris. The engineer corps (military) wore ordered to take the strikers' .places, and oc cupied the electric and hydraulic power sta tions. The garrison at Paris was consider ably reinforced with both cavalry and in fantry. The tramway men iii Eastern Paris also struck. One hundred and fifty thousand railway .men were ordered to mobilise within 4(S hours. The ollice of I'Jfummiitt'., the Socialist pa per edited by Jan res, was subjected to a fu silade, and an attempt1 was made to shoot Jau res when he appeared at the of fice window. The strike leaders were ar rested at the odico of l'Jfuni(i)ii(e where they had foregathered. The two editors of Herve's paper, ...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Letter to Perth Tramway Men. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

(tyeii Letter to Perth Tramway Men. BY AN KX-TKAMWAY MAN. You who' have just emerged from 'the throes of industrial warfare, and arc- smarting un der' the suffering the strike entailed, nre prObably not in tli'c' humor to take advice ftfWii-iiH otitside'f1. -,? ???..-? -- ? ? ?- - I have carefully pertiswl the Westralian papers, and have noticed that in spite of the brave frght the halidfttl of you put upj yWhav'e been im justly' treated in the law ttourts and misrepresented in the press. The oixe refreshing aspect is. that a few of your Labor members had courage to stand out with you. This 'is directly opposite to the attitude adopted by Labor politicians here who deliberately fooled the Sydney triunway ,mcn and. crushed their strike. I do not wish to open old sores by painful refdrorices to the incidental features of the strike, but, reading between the lines of the pr-ss, I could not 'help -noticing how side issues were 'magnified and the real issue carefully avoided by capitalis...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

United States. \gain the workers have been defeated .by the Steel Trust. The long strike of the once powerful Amalgamated Association ot Iron, Steel and T :i Workers lms ended. 1 lie trust will now -proceed to' clear out from its plants the last vestiges, or trade ?.imonisin. The American Federation of Labor,' at »s last convention, decided upon a great cam paign against the Steel Trust. It resulted in nothing but pompous, petit ions and bragga docio. 'American unionism,' says the New York Call, ' confesses itself helpless be fore the trusts.' ' ? ' ? Karl Liebknecht is to make a big lectur ing lour of the States in October and No wmber, bis initerary embracing New \ork; Pliiladcl|)hia, l'ittsburg, Cleveland, Cincin nati, St. Louis, Chicago and St. Paul.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lessons of the French Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

The Lessons of the French Strike. ?-???'? hy rr.K.ii.- ? . -? In almost 'every 'civilised country in the world at the present, time— 'whether under absolute or limited monarchical .Or republi can rule — there is unrest, political and in dustrial. In Franco this unrest has shown itself in the form of industrial revolt. That ? muuu mm uuuii sneu is nic resunv or tiie ac tion of a bourgeois government led by a renegade _ from the working-class ranks. Briand, like his colleague Millerand, is an erst-time1 member of the' French 'Socialist movement. To-day, in French politics, Briand and Millerand might be said to btand exactly whore Fisher and Hughes stand in Australian politics. The lesson of the French strike comes to us from the military aspect of the situation. They have' conscription in France;1 and, no sooner was the strike- declared, 'than the Premier ordered the strikers. to mobolise, and take charge of the railways under military rule. One of the penalties for disobeying such an...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

Germany. The Social-Democrats of greater Merlin protested in thirty-three ovor-crowili'd pub lic meetings, held simultaneously, against the meat famine and the Kaiser's speech at Konigsljorg. Among those present were many women. The police watched over the meetings. The first- resolution protested ? :...,i Hi.. iifrvivi'inu' vi ilil un'-Mnl le.v ol getting tlie frontiers closed to foreign meat, and demanded the immediate opening of these frontiers. and the abolition of the cattle and 'corn taxes. The second resolution dealt with'tlic' Kaiser's speech', demanding that the Ueichstag be immediately convened to take up its stand' towards it. and protested against the senseless armaments at sea, on land, mid in air. . Similar meetings have taken place in most of the large towns all over the country. ?

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

International Socialist Party. Members are notified that the NEXT GENERAL MEETING will be held at 274 Pitt-street, Sydney, on TUESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 25, 1910, at 8 sharp. Business Important. Members are urged to be present. J. K. WILSON, Secretary.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Notes. Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

International Notes. I Austria. \. AiiunniNii tu a report just published by our Y Austrian comrades, the liornian-Austrisin 1 Social-Democratic Party, consolidated at the | Ileiehenberg Annual Conference, 190'.), I numbered 120,000, while the votes polled at I' the Ueichsratelection of 1 !)07 by the German ;?:- Sodal-Doniocratic candidates amounted to |;: 511,'-(.)0. The party has b'l seats in the '- Reichsrat (the Social-Democrats of all the ' nations in Austria have 88 seats; the House-. )k consists of o 1(5 members). In the Landtags, ? E elected according to various and most rotro || grade systems, there are 1(5 German and 1'- H non-German comrades. On the municipal I H bodies of (ierman- Austria there are about ii 1 ,:-()0Siicial-l)eniocrats; 17 small places have W Socialist mayors. In German-Bohemia. H thanks to the money-bag franchise, there are M no Socialists either in the Landtag nor on & any of the municipal bodies — though the §1 pnrlv possesses Hi of the nn I'oid...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

Capitalism's Trail of Blood. Or, The Dignity of Labor. For If blood In; Ilic jirkv of nil your wealth , ? (innd Owl! ire limy. paid it in full. EmvAiii) Lomas, a carter cmployod by Sut ton's carrying firm, was kicked in the face by ahorse, and sustained a fearful gash right across his face. C Chad ban, telephone attendant at Wollongong, was seriously injured through an acetylene gas explosion. George Caw 'had his arm broken and shoulder dislocated by a falling pile-driver «t Byron Bay.1 I). W. Brett, miner, fell down an ore ohutc in the South Mine, .Broken Hill, and dislocated his 'shoulder. At the Pyrmont power house two men — ?Joseph Smith and Joseph Graham— were killed and another man, James Keogli, was injured through the -jib of a crane kicking and precipitating them to the ground, a dis tance of 50 feet, along with the crane and lJiirt of scaffolding. - At the South' Mine, Broken Hill, Albert Caine was- crushed to death beneath a heavy fall of sulphides/ H. Dumphey was fearful...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

STOICISM. — — » — j i\i('iii» I hold ill light esteem, ,. Anil love I laugh to worn; Ami lust of fume wan but a dream, That vanished- with the morn. And if [ pray, the' only prayer- ?' ? T'iji1-, hiovo.-i my lip-f for me. Is, ' I eave. the heart Unit now J boar, Ami give me. liberty!' Yes. as my swift days near their goal,, 'Tis all that I implore; , In li'e and death, a chainles.-- soul, With courage to endure. — Ivmii.v Iikontk.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Socialist Fables. The Blood Sucker. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

j Socialist Fables. The Blood Sucker. A mosquito alighted on a workingmau's nose and soon was drinking his blood. The work ing man made wry faces, but showed no dis position to swat him one. 'This mosquito is certainly very pain ful,'' he remarked to a friend who sat by him. men wny tion t/you uriisn mm .aside : 'Impossible,' replied the workingman. 'Don't, you know they have been telling us that to stop the blood-suckers would break up the home?' ' And destroy religion,'' assented the other. 'It would be against human nature.' ' And reduce all to a dead level of equal ity.' The workingman groaned and thought of the beauty of patience. And just then an other mosquito alighted on his cheek. — Ap- peal to Reason.

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

Messrs. Jeffries and Johnsing made al most enough money out of it to get into the L-mted States senate.— Ohio State Journal. Our blind friend and comrade, J H. Corbett, occupies a stand opposite Murk j n* ? e sells matches. Socialists and Rationalists might do him a good turn without hurting themselves by buying their matches from him when passing that w«y. A verse ot hi.s own making reads:—' Want ?a have a .smoke, and have no vesta? Per haps with this old bloke; you'll be an in vestor.' The best propaganda work : Get subscri bers for 1 he Intkknational Socialist.

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 — 22 October 1910

The Passing Show. i:o.\i-roT.i- r.v orrs. Siinri.ii (lie Mt:( iiiwimi - iovernnient do right I'miii ji working-class viewpoint, this paper will give it credit. When the Mcllowcii - lovcnnncnt due wrong from a. working-class viewpoint , this paper will give it hell. An Industrial I'mnnist. who visited Syd ney prior to the elections, wrote to the Msir- \ kay. -}.. Pioneer: 'The Labor Party is go- ! ing to he returned with sufficient inniihers to j enable thriii to occupy the Treasury benches. I 1 tut they arc going to Ik: returned on the hack iif Peter Bowling. Candidates who never did a day in the industrial army in their lives, ; ami who know nothing of the .economic] movement, arc. lie.rc.ely yelling 'I. eg- Irons!' :' j _ _- I S.J.B., who also sends the names of a.' number of new subscribers, writes from j Childers, Q. :''l am glad to sir dial ihcj literary quality of our paper is being main tained, ;ind well maintained, too. and that, there is no abatement in the militancy of its...

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD'S WANT. [Newspaper Article] — The International Socialist — 22 October 1910

THE WORLD'S WANT. 'Pis courage that mankind dolh ehielly need Courage tin; false to scorn, though fair and smooth; ('mirage In seek ami shrink not from the trtilli; ('cmni^'c, if need be, for its sake to bleed; Courage to brand as false an evil civwl; Courage lo keep in ajri! the spirit of youth; Courage tin.! cry of faintheart not. to heed. v 'Tis courage only can the world redeem \-._ From all tin- nightmare ills it. sutlers under; |- Without, it I'ven the. best and wisest scheme % To mend it. will prove a futile blunder; H I'.rror and tyranny must rule supreme ? | 'Pill men shall dare to rend their chains asunder. % — IiKltTliAM DollKI.I..

Publication Title: International Socialist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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