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INSTANT RELIEF FOR FLATULENCE…

I "PROFITEERING" WAGE- : EARNERS.…

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"PROFITEERING" WAGE- EARNERS. Mr G. N. Ba,mc. r.P.. pe.aking a.t GI.1sgow ¡::a.id that during the. !ac-.t monch or two they h.] been living on tho top or k1. vcri.tal)k. ni'dustnal vol- clarilo, expøeting day by day to he b}o.wn up. Tho tweh'e-anKi-a-h<iJlf per ,c(,Tlt. had he,(,ome. an obsession on the par't .of niany o.f the men in the ship- yards and eninf'ering sheds an,d oth-eJ" country. Ho plqc-d th(. Tncn. JtlolJ(Ysid the profit-apL If th.pro were any <Tf thof?e .man pr('eníJ t-o th(?m that every timo thpy ptrufk for inermsed wqg(,s there were pe-oplø who were wnr:en.,d. It waa not thF- poorest who ha-d struck work th.e !a.st year or two. lnit Ilh,)zi,, with relatively hip:h wages: Efcry ti.mp. thoy struck they made it worse for the g-t'eat 1111115..<; of poor, including th-e fami1i(\> nf solclieN a.nd others who had .a'h'pady home .more timn their fa.ir shftre of the burden of war.

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CYFARFOD HtSOLI MSBARTH Y…

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