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A ROMANCE OF THE WAR. I

.FATHER AND SON MEET IN THE…

NEW BRITISH HELMETS. I

ENCOURAGEMENT FOR HENDERSON.I

MR BONNAR LAW AND COMPULSION

CALLED-IIP GROUPS.

MINERS' BUSIEST MONTH I

————0——— CLAIMED BY WETSIT…

ASKED TO WITHDRAW FROM GOVERNMENT.

SNIPING THE SNIPER. I

ASCRIPTION OF WEALTH I

WHAT SOLDIERS READ.I

HALE AND HEARTY AT 103.I

TRAINING OF MEN WHO HAVE BEEN…

MR ANDERSON AT HOlE.

MARRIED MEN FIRST.-I

UNNOTICED HEROES.I

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I I TRIPLE ALLIANCE THE SAFEGUARD.

MINERS AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE.

COMPULSION BILL.I

ITHE VANISHING TRAMP. I

A DETERMINED NEW ZEALANDER.

I THEIR LAST MINUTE. I

IPOINTED OTTESTIONS I

LABOUR PARTY CHAIRMAN'SI POSITION.

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LABOUR PARTY CHAIRMAN'S I POSITION. MT. John Hodge, M.P., chairman of the Labour Party, was in his con- stituency over the week-end, and met the Gorton Trades and Labour Coun- cil. A resolution was proposed. oon4 demning the Military Service (No. 2) Bill, and demanding that the member should vote against it in all its stages. The motion was defeated by 23 votes to 19. Be/ore the vote was taken, Mr. Hodge was asked what would be his position if it were passed. He replied that self-respect would prevent him taking a.ny further part in the work of '.he, House of Commons, and it would essential he should consult the me11,1" of his we society (the British Steel Smelters) as to whether they ware prepared to finance him in testing the feelings of the constituency. Subsequent speakers acknowledged if he did that he would be returned by an overwhelming majority even his oppon- ents admitting it.

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AN I.L.P. MOTION DEFEATED.

NO RENT FOR SOLDIERS

PREMIER AND THE MINERS

GERMAN THREATS TO HOLLAND.

CHEAP EGGS FROM CHINA.

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