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THE "EXPRESS" DIARY.

! TWO M.Ps.I

MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P.…

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MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P. I Mr Sidney Robinson, M.P., who was most cor- dially received, said he was glad to take part in another recruiting meeting. The fact that he had not been to Builth before on this special business was not his fault, for he had been doing what he could for recruiting in other parts of the county. (Hear, hear.) On the evening that Mr William Erace addressed a recruiting meetmg at Builth, he' (Mr Robinson) was speaking at Hay. He was glad to see so large a gathering. Speaking of the presence of ladies in the audience, he said the women of the country had used their influence and had worked for the common cause in a most mar- vellous manner and in all sorts of ways. (Ap- plause.) History would write it down that the women of England and the women of Wales play- ed their part well in this great fight, and they looked to them for further help ;n the work of re- cruiting. Had not Wales done magnificently? (Applause.) Let them read the accounts of the Welsh regiments in the dispatches. (Cheers.) How well their Borderers had done I All the Welsh regiments had done magnifi- cently, and had set a splendid ex- ample to all their young men. (Hear, hear.) The question was whether all the splendid work was to be thrown away because they could not get the last few hundred thousand men they wanted? That was why they were out recruiting. It was the last few hundred thousand men thrown into the scale that would make the difference between

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MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P.…