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POLITICS FOR WOMEN.

THE SOLDIERS1 VOTES.I

The Coalition and j Labour…

My Monologue.-I

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My Monologue. I I am a Pacifist, I never did enlist, And never shall. To win the Victory I I never cared a c I stayed at home. you see, And sent my pal." My pal "—he did his bit," And sev'ral times got hit,- When pleasure was the rage, 'Twas nout to me. I acted like a sage. And struck for higher wage, And had a spree." When Dick was in the trench, Defending Mons with French, What did I care? 'Gainst Kitchener's bold appeal For men, more men, a deal To save the common weal, I I did my share! Lord Derby's Scheme to net My likes- Oh, no, I'll bet My only bob That that would not succeed. He didn't know the breed, And here I am indeed Still at my job. There still remained a doubt When came the great COMB-OUT— Now must I go) I then conceived a plan, And like an honest man I followed all my clan- And turned C.O. But now the war is won, 4u And danger from the n For ever o'er, I I'll foam and stoutly yell: Now, didn't WE do well? Let others go to -1; WE won the wax." You vermin, parasite, Mean coward, for the Right You never stirred. Ignominy and shame Blot out your ugly name! Be it never known to fame By deed or word! P. C. O. I

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WART DISEASE IN WALES. I

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The Army of the Future.I

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