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MINERS AND THE WAR. I

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MINERS AND THE WAR. I MR S. WALSH, M.P., AND THE STRUGGLE AHEAD. Speaking at Waterfoot at a crowded annual gathering of the Rossendale i Miners' Association, at which Mr John McGurk, agent for the Lancashire and Cheshire Miners' Association, was pre- sented with a gold watch as a mark of esteem for his services. I Mr S. Walsh. M.P., said that who- ever might be victorious in the horrible quarrel which was now dese- I crating the earth, the need of labour to remain united and effective would be as great if not even greater than it had been in the past. It was pretty certain that the enormous taxation that would be placed even upon the victorious nation in this terrible struggle would have a tendency to grind down the remunera- tion of labour, though not its value, for that would be as great as before; but there would a strong desire on the part of those who had the power to press down the remuneration of lab- our. They believed that labour had not been properly remunerated, but they must be prepared for the day at the conclusion of the war when there would be attempts to press down the reward of labour. That they must fight and repel with all the force at their command, and see by all honour- able means that labour's face should not be ground in the future as it had been in the past.

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