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I Gift to Brecon

THE "EXPRESS" DIARY.

! TWO M.Ps.I

MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P.…

Ystradgynlais Outrage.

DIED AT ADEN. t

ISIR HOWELL DAYIES, M.P.

Fighting Near Aden.

Builth Guardians.

INew Alderman.I

HEREFORD MARKET.--I

FARMERS' COLUMN. I FARMER'…

I Notes and Notions. I 1

I Brecon Town Council.

IEbbw Vale Memorial Service.I

Boxing in War Time,

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I Notes and Notions. I 1

MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P.…

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TWO Hfl.P.'s—Continued. failure and victory. ?ppi?use.) Were they gO-I ing to throw away all the great sacrifices made by their brothers because of selfishness or self- interest? They knew what men had suffered and had sacrificed by going out to fight. It was any- thing but an easy job, and, others having done it for them, it would ill-befit them to reap the fruit of their sacrifice and not follow the splendid ex- ample they had set. They all wanted to avoid conscription. They believed in the spirit of the people. (Hear, hear.) It Was because they want- ed to avoid conscription that they were there hold- ing those meetings. He had heard some people ask what difference there Was between German rule and British rule. There was this difference they were now asking them to come and do their duty; under German rule they would have to come. (Laughter and hear, hear.) They Van ted their young men to win this war of their own free will. Applause.) That was the reason their brothers had come from all quarters of the world— responding to the call of duty. Men had come back wounded from the trenches who belonged to Canada, Australia, India and New Zealand. (Cheers.) Not only had they come: from their own Colonies, but one from America. That man knew that this country had no claim upon him, but he believed that this was a fight for freedom, and as sufeh he was anxiolls to take his part. (Hear, hear.) He would not take up their time further for there were others to follow, includ- ing Sir William Howell Davies, Member for Bristol. (Applause.) 7 Sir William came before them not only as a W elshman, but with another claim, namely, that he had a son who had re- turned wounded from the front. (Loud applause.)