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SOUTH WALES MINERS AND COMPULSION.

THE VOTING.

ARMLET EASHIONS.

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I PREMIERS' APPEAL.

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I PREMIERS' APPEAL. LABOUR RESIGNATIONS WITH- DRAWN. The Prime Minister met on Wednes- day in his private room at the House of Commons the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party and the Parliamentary members of the party to discuss certain aspects of the Military Service Bill. Mr Arthur Henderson was present. Subsequently a meeting of the Parliamentary Lab- our Party and the National Labour Executive was held, and the following statement was issued at the close:â At the meeting of the Parliament- ary Labour Party and the National Executive the statement of the Prime Minister was considered, and as the party's conference is to be held in Bristol at the end of the month, when the whole subject- will be under discussion, it was decided to withdraw the resignations in the meanwhile. This applies to the three Ministerial offices held by Labour members, namely:â Mr A. Henderson, President of the Board of Education. I Mr William Brace, Under-Secretary I of the Home Office. Mr G. H. Roberts Junior Lord of I the Treasury. THE PREMIER'S APPEAL. I The Central News learns that at the meeting of the Labour Party the Prime Minister made a general appeal to the National Executive to support the Bill, and indicated that the measure would be 60 modified as to meet the wishes of Labour in every possible way to safeguard it from any suspicion of compulsion or industrial conscription. The meeting is stated to have been impressed with Mr Asquith's assur- ance. A meeting of the Parliament- ary members was, in view of the de- cision of the National Executive, held to consider how the party should vote on the second reading of the Military Service Bill.

I RAT HUNTING IN THE TRENCHES.I

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r ONLLWYN PROPERTY SALE.

NEATH WATERWORKS SCHEME.

LIGHTS FOR PERAMBULATORS.…

THE IIYSTERY OF LONDON LIGHTS.…

SCULPTOR'S TRAGIC DEATH. 1

POSING AS AN AIRMAN. I

FUNERAL OF SIR HEREWALDI WAKE.

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