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Entombed Men.

STATE LAND PURCHASE .I

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APPEAL FOR RUSSIAN JEWS. j

PLAY THE GAME."

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PLAY THE GAME." MR STANTON AND "DIRTY SKUNKS. Mr C. B. Stanton, M.P., was the principal speaker on the pit-head of the Bargoed Collieries under the aus- pices of the Munitions Parliamentary Committee. Mr Stanton, who was cordially re- ceived by a large gathering, thanked the miners for the loyalty they had already demonstrated, and appealed to them to continue to do their best to help the boys in the trenches. There was a suspicion that they weI e coming there to ask them to smash up the Eight Hours Act and break some Federation resolution. That, however, was not their mission. He had been over a 100 miles of trenches at the front, and had seen the boys from the South Wales Coalfield, and their message to those working in the col- lieries at home was to continue to back them up. In times of peace they could fight for reforms, but the pre- sent was the time to play the game on behalf of the Old Country. (Hear, j hear). Unfortunately there were some who would stop the collieries and make the Navy so much scrap iron for the Ger- mans to pot shot at. Such people were absolute ar.d complete traitors, and underhand dogs. H-L) appealed to them in the name of the Government and Minister of Munitions to work to as- sist until they had driven the Ger- mans to Hell—where they were long overdue—(kuighter and hear, hear)— I and to show the pro-Germans, the paci. fists and the dirty skunks who tried to make the voluntary system a non-suc- cess, who would not fight themselves, and who opposed Cortscription, that j this was no country for them. (Ap- j plause). Let them join the Hunnish. crowd to which they belonged. If there were any such people present, Stanton was there to answer them. Let them have it out there. (Hear, j hear). Mr H. E. Pratten, Sydney, Austral- ia, and Mr A. H. Marshall, M.P., Wakefield, also addressed the meeting, and a resolution was unanimously pass- ed pledging the meeting to support the Government.

CURED BY A DREAM.

DRUMMER BOY LEFT A HUGE FORTUNE.

WEST WALES BUTTER STRIKE.

COMPULSORY OPERATION.

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THE DAY FOR ACTION.

FORTUNE IN OLD "TUBS." ]

DISABLED SOLDIERS AS COOKS.

I MR FORD AGAIN.,I

DEARER MARMALADE.

jMtUf LAST APPEAL TO SINGLE…

INDEPENDANT CHAIRMAN-

NEAT! BREWSTER SES-SIONS.

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SWANSEA BATTALION'S DEATH-ROLL.

Entombed Men.