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22 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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-THE PEOPLE S WAR."

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THE PEOPLE S WAR." MR C. JB. STANTON, M.P. APPEAL$ TO THE MINERS. I [ Mr. C. B. Stanton, M.P., and Mr. H. E. Pratten, Sydney, Australia, were the principal speakers at a largely-attended meeting of the Cwmdare miners at the pit-head on Tuesday, under the auspices of the Munitions Parliamentary Commit- tee. In his address Afr. Pratten referred to what the Dominions were doing in the matter of volunteers, gifts, and expendi- ture for the successful prosecution of the war. He said that all the Labour leaders in Australia were enthusiastically aiding the Mother Country to the extent of the w hole of the resources of the Common- wealth. He reminded the gathering that Australia's motto, in the words of her Labour Prime Minister, wa.s "Helo to the last shilling and to the last man." Mr. Stanton dwelt upon the seriousness and stress of the present situation creat- ed by the war. He appealed to the miners to drop all minor differences and to do their duty-an attitude which was as important to them as to the men in the trenches. The Navy, the inter-Im- perial communications, the munitions factories—in fact, th2 entire fabric upon which the was was waged, depended up- on the efforts of the miners, whose pre- diction was the very life of naval and military operations. His message from the Government was ooe of thanks to the colliers for doing th; ir part at the pit, and he (Mr. Stanton) felt sure that they would not relax their energies while the wa.r lasted, and that they would bury any little friction which might arise and give their whole-hearted support, es- pecially as the war was, after all. the people's waT. The sole object in holding such meetings was to bring together those who placed their country first; and he had no doubt whatever in his mind that, instead of encouragi ng any divergence of view, the great bulk of the miners of South Wales would be as loyal and pat- riotic as he was hims-If. (Cheers.) A cordial vote of thanks was accorded to the speakers. -.a.

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