Coffee and Cream
Maoriland Worker, Volume 8, Issue 307, 10 January 1917, Page 1
Coffee and Cream
'. I Tlinu shall not .steal, and thnu shall ; ' r.ot be stolen from.—Thomas Carlyle. i "Rebellion always means error, 1 ! either in the rebel or in that against I which he rebels."—Clutton Brock. "If the Kaiser had a few more sons jin command of armies peace would be ~j in fight."— "Now York Sun." A Liberal 7 only a Conservative who lis ashamed m himself.— .1. Ho.okham I Frcre. , | Thar, is the fwt Commonwealth . j which shows the way to a most virtu: ou- and happy life. —Aristotle. : | The land of every-country is tho i I common properly of U-e people of that j country.—Bishop Nuliy. j If the rich meet to lvduco wages, . ; that's a conference; if tho poor meet •! to resist -the reduction, that's conspirr acy.—Robert CI. Ingersoll. i. i: freedom is certainly dangerous; ! hilt so is obedience, as the Germans ] are now proving. Nothing is m> dan, gerous to the mind of man as v false . absolute."—Clutton Brock. The price of eggs in England has j gone up in the oggs-traordinnry figure ( ' ,of sixpence each. A glaring eggs. ' ample of the oggs-lortinns and eggs- I , actions of English egtrs-ploitors.—This I i-: lifted from an eggs-change^ Jock (to disconsolate Gorman r I prisoner): "Mebbe yer a wife at j homer" Disconsolate Prisoner: "Nein." . iJ.'ick: "Nine! Mon, I'm thinking j this is a judgment on ye."—"To-day." . | O'.ily by the fearless declaration of ; Truth regardless of consequences can . any party of Labor live, and be efl'cclive.—"lnternational," Johannesburg. i K.xplnrer Stefaiisson will not return ;to civilisation this season. lie isn't missing much civilisation. —Boston " Herald." '< , Tiie aims of this war are purely the 7 aims of the ruling classes.' Our aim jis not world power of an Imperialistic i caste, but the world power of the Jn' J tea-national Proletariat. Whichever | nay Imperialism may divide the world, i the task of Socialism is to conquer it . i for itself. —Manifesto of the minority ■ group of Austrian Socialists. .. iOn August 3, 19.11, the London , I "limes'' said: "Great Britain has no t quarrel with either Germany or Aus- I triii. THHY ARE A KINDRED PEO, j PLE." On March 10, JMo, it, said: j "Tlll'l GERMANS ARE A It ACE .APART; their civilisation is a. mere ~ | veneer. ... No nation can ever have v | fallen so low in infamy. There is only L , I one course possible with such a brood, f and that is to make them the outlaws of the world." Illuminating item from recent cable f news dealing with the Russian crisis: ~ I "General Trepoff, the Premier, rose to i; I n.alip a statement, but for thrr-e--quatters of an Jiour he was prevented f from beginning his speech owing to a - hostile demonstration by Socialists and r Labor members. Eventually, Jl' of the .] demonstrators were expelled, and the ?. 'Premier was allowed to make his speech." l * Vie. "Labor Call" reports: For - drawing pictures on tho public, foot- R path at- Richmond, a "pavement art• ist" was fined 2s. Od, with another 1 half-dollar costs. One of the subjects 3 illustrated was a mine owner, with a , miiier standing behind him with a r pick. - "The miner gives his life and health, why not give him a decent ' wage?" was the inscription. This was I evidently too much for a passing • guardian of the peace, f ' ... A military tribunal was Pitting in England, and a dairyman was pleading for his only remaining helper to bo excused from active service. The chairman told him, "The man must go, and you can easily get a girl to help." "Well," said tho dairyman, "I have tried everywhere to get a. girl, but they are all emplnvcd elsewhere. Vmhaps one ot you gentlemen can spare mc one of your daughters. I'll teach her and pay her .well." Whereupon there was an exceedingly loud silence. ~ and the dairyman departed in sorrow.
How does tbe happy, prvidont pscr Improve hi. native soil;-' Ry jratherins money all the year j From other people's toil. —Ex. i