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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

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MINERS' BUSIEST MONTH I THE MOST ACTIVE DECEMBER ON I RECORD. In December the high level of employ- ment of recent months was fully main- tained, and there was a igeneral shortage of labour, ,except in some branches of the clothing trades (says the "Board of Trade Labour Gazette"). In the coal mining industry the aver- age weekly number of days on which the collieries were working was the highest recorded by the department of any December, and the number of workpeople employed was slightly larger than in November Great scarcity of labour was reported in the engineering and shipbuilding trades which continued to work at high pres- sure. Employment with dock labourers was good generally. The supply of sea- men for mercantile ships was not quite equal to the demand.

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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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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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