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MR. ASQUITH AND THE MINERS.

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Dean Inge, the gloomy, of St. Paul's. I thinks that the clergy should not bo concerned with politics, because any average citizen can talk about temper- ance or the housing of the poor of the iniquities of ground landlords. That is true. We have had enough talk about these things: what we need is action. I During the past week Mr. D, A, Thomas has been handing out advice to the miners' leaders, the education- ists, the Syndicalists, and to business men who enter politics. It would be a. good thing if Mr. D. A. Thomas could bring himself to be as liberal in paying wages to the miners at Tony- pany and elsewhere as he is in giving advice to the world in general. The cleverest boy or girl in the ele- mentary school, says Sir James Yoxall, used to be made a pupil teacher, but nowadays goes to a secondary school. and thence into commerce or applied science. That is true of some clever pupils. Sir James, but in the Swansea Valley quite a lot of clever boys from the elementary schools, because their parents are poor, go from the elemen- tary schools into a pair of white duck trousers, and thence into a pit for practising the applied science cf coal cutting.

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