ο»Ώ ONE SOX LEFT. I|1916-01-15|Llais Llafur - Welsh Newspapers Online
Hide Articles List

13 articles on this Page

LABOUR DELEGATEI

ONE SOX LEFT. I

News
Cite
Share

ONE SOX LEFT. I TOUCHING STORY OF A I MOTHER'S SACRIFICE. 1 A story of a mother's self-sacrifice has jtlst been related by the Rev. F. W Newland, of Claremont Mission, Pen- tonville. A c-anvasset under Lord Der- by's scheme visited the house of a poor woman in the district of St. Luke's, Finsbury, and in reply to his » question regarding her son's enlistment she said: I had nine boys. Eight have gone to the war. Four are dead and two others are wounded but if the King wants my remaining boy tell him he can have him, God bless him, even if I must go to the workhouse."

ENOUGH KHAKI FOR ALL. I

IPIT LAMPS AND THE WAR.

SINGLE MEN'S LAST CHANCE.

GERMAN PRESS A: D COMPULSIONI…

The Caravan of Mystery.,

Advertising

2,50,750 MINERS IN ARMS.

LORD RHONDDA.

Advertising

I w IWAGES OF TAILORESSES:

The Caravan of Mystery.,