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!BRITISH TROOP' TRAIN WRECKED.

I "WOMEN'S ARMY" I

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I "WOMEN'S ARMY" I FOR WORK ON FARMS. FOIR Vv'ORK ON FA.RM8. I SOLDIERS' BILLETS, PAY AND I UNIFORM. I Important details of the War Office scheme under which 50 per oent. of unexempted agricultural workers are being called to the colours immediately were supplied by Mr. t Prothero, President of the Board of Agri- I culture, in a speech to farmers at Newport I, on Wednesday. l Apparently all unexempted C3 men ("ee- dentaries ") are to be called up for labour on t the land. They will be embodied in bat- talions under military command. Mr. Prothero suggested that a new Women's Army is about to be formed for farm work. The women would b-e.-Paid soldiers' pay; billeted like soldiers; uni- formed like roldiers. "Come out," Mr. Prothero appealed to j women, and especially to the educated women f: the towns, "and work in the tranches of your native laud on precisely tb:e imne terms that your brothers are getting in France. t Agricultural expei-ts bnd farmers strongly criticise the new plans as likely to check the production of food.

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