Maoriland Worker, Volume 7, Issue 267, 5 April 1916, Page 3
"Wahino" will be pleased to receive short letters on subjects of interest to women. All letters must bo accompanied by the namo -and address of sender (nohfiecessarily for publication). Reports et women's societies will bo gladly received by "Wahino." Such reports should bo condensed as far as
Dear Wahine,—ln "The Worker" of March 15 is an article by Mary Field— "Babes, bred for War." Who could read it without being impressed? In my humble opinion it should bo read by mothers of men the wholo world over. Thou the woman who does not to-day roalise that she is a State incubator could not fail to do so. Wo must make them understand what power they could bo in the land. Without woman what is man? What of our Empire, without:, mothers and babies! J if wo could only £<;(/ "JJabes brud for War" put into pamphlet form, and overy woman reader of "The Worker" tako a hundred copies and distribute them among her non-thinking friends. We want mothers to treed Socialists, not soldiers.—A SOCIALIST MOTHER.