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3 noelwoodhouse 3,188,647
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5 annmanley 2,277,278
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Sunday Night Meeting AT THE SOCIALIST HALL THE STRIKE AND THE INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK. A SUCCESSFUL RALLY AT THE SOCIALIST HALL. (Article), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 21 January 1921 [Issue No.743] page 1 2017-11-20 15:47 for constitutional means, Jxis Union had
Bpent about £5,000 on proceedings, in the
: making common cause, and they admired
all the sections of the .shipping industry
jwho to-day were refusing to scab. In that
abor movement had advanced.
^ommendation' tp thę g^A-, Railway strike,
eturnfiig to" tfi<f",present shipping strike,
^reminded that their ships were built for
fethe service of the people. As a matter of
ffact, regarding the eight-hour day the Coranonwealth
^obtaining increased efficiency with reeduced
"union had been charged with trying to
* set up dictatorship. But as a matter of
fact the Shipping Ring had he'.d a dictatorship
towards the Union was to Borne exigent
fFinally, Mr. Moate condemned the unnecessary
order to' further inconvenience the
Mr. R. J! Heffron followed in a speech
fw some forty-five minutes, in which he
t-covered many points of the situation and
§very eloquently advocated the right to
\ strike. He said that through the strike
'present stage, and through the strike it
S had brought the children and the women
I'out of the pits pf darkness Into daylight
-As for the charge against the stewards
fof direct action, did they not all recall
"the threat of the ship-owners when the
frahip-owners practically then said that unless
^Parliament did their Avili they would defy
at The speaker dealt with the dally press
l&Lbd effectively scarified what was called
^'public opinion," which he said was mainly
product of capitalism. The grandest
atnre of the strike was that all sections
fat the workers were standing with the
ettlng up daily the lies of capitalism. In
i, rousing talk, ending in a brilliant peroralon,
Mr. Heffron dea.lt with the Basic Wage
and with the right of all to £ higher stan-
"iingersol! as to thedawnlng liberty of man,
- woman and child.
for constitutional means, his Union had
spent about £5,000 on proceedings, in the
making common cause, and they admired
all the sections of the shipping industry
who to-day were refusing to scab. In that
Labor movement had advanced.
commendation to the W.A. Railway strike.
Returning to the present shipping strike,
reminded that their ships were built for
the service of the people. As a matter of
fact, regarding the eight-hour day the Commonwealth
obtaining increased efficiency with reduced
Union had been charged with trying to
set up dictatorship. But as a matter of
fact the Shipping Ring had held a dictatorship
towards the Union was to some exigent
Finally, Mr. Moate condemned the unnecessary
in order to further inconvenience the
Mr. R. J. Heffron followed in a speech
of some forty-five minutes, in which he
covered many points of the situation and
very eloquently advocated the right to
strike. He said that through the strike
present stage, and through the strike it
had brought the children and the women
out of the pits of darkness into daylight.
As for the charge against the stewards
of direct action, did they not all recall
the threat of the ship-owners when the
ship-owners practically then said that unless
Parliament did their will they would defy
it. The speaker dealt with the dally press
and effectively scarified what was called
public opinion, which he said was mainly
a product of capitalism. The grandest
featnre of the strike was that all sections
of the workers were standing with the
stewards; perhaps the worst feature of the
setting up daily the lies of capitalism. In
a rousing talk, ending in a brilliant peroration,
Mr. Heffron dealt with the Basic Wage
and with the right of all to a higher standard
Ingersoll as to the dawning liberty of man,
woman and child.
Sunday Night Meeting AT THE SOCIALIST HALL THE STRIKE AND THE INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK. A SUCCESSFUL RALLY AT THE SOCIALIST HALL. (Article), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 21 January 1921 [Issue No.743] page 1 2017-11-20 15:40 Again on last Sunday night, despite th.?
non-running of trains and trams, there waą
a large attendance al the Socialist Hall.
forget that capitalism at any tim« would
not he above silencing the voice of democracy
by any moans. Our readers will remember
bow, during the influenza epidemic,
the- General Secretary of the Federated
stewards' flght was a fight for ordinary
a flght to secure redress of grievances endured
Again on last Sunday night, despite the
non-running of trains and trams, there was
a large attendance at the Socialist Hall.
forget that capitalism at any time would
not be above silencing the voice of democracy
by any means. Our readers will remember
how, during the influenza epidemic,
the General Secretary of the Federated
stewards' fight was a fight for ordinary
a fight to secure redress of grievances endured
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:36 Bowden or Comrade HefTron, c/o the
Bowden or Comrade Heffron, c/o the
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:36 Aug. 18—Wyatt
Jones:
"Is f War
Inevitable."
Aug. 18—Wyatt Jones: "Is War Inevitable."
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:35 Aug. 11—General
Debate:
"The
White
Aug. 11—General Debate: "The White
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:35 Aug.
4—R.
Heffron:
"The
Miracles
of
Aug. 4—R. Heffron: "The Miracles of
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:34 Parliamentary
Action."
Parliamentary Action."
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:33 July
7—Mr. Glynn: "Anarchism and Socialism."
July 14—"Radix":
"Increased
Production
July 7—Mr. Glynn: "Anarchism and Socialism."
July 14—"Radix": "Increased Production
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:33 June 30—Mr. Bullen:
"Can the Revolution
June 30—Mr. Bullen: "Can the Revolution
OUR SPEAKERS’ CLASS. THE SYLLABUS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Socialist (Melbourne, Vic : 1906 - 1923), Friday 20 May 1921 [Issue No.760] page 1 2017-11-20 15:32 June
3—A. W. Foster: "Objections to Socialism."
June 3—A. W. Foster: "Objections to Socialism."

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