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SEDITIOUS UTTERANCES.

Mr Hyndman, speaking from Bain's platform; asked what would be the' outcome of this demonstration ? V Cries of"Rebellion." •'■/.;! "No," replied Mr Hyndman, "you! are not organised «for rebellion. You come here,- not like soldiers, but unorganised as a .mob. The "governing classes of Britain do not fear mobs. They fear disciplined forces." He appealed to them to no longer straggle up to demonstrations, but learn to vote straight and shoot straight. Strikes were the weapons of despair, and failed i to win votes. Bain declared that the workers of South Africa were resolved to down tools every fifth of July, the anniversary day of comrades callously shot. He hinted that if the'workers of England did the same, tney would be helping to solve the question.

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SEDITIOUS UTTERANCES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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SEDITIOUS UTTERANCES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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