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THREATENING THE WOMEN.

GERMAN ADVICE TO THE

STAB VI MS,

Those uahappy German who are coinpeilurt to starve in order hat the fond ring in Berlin may accumulate wealth, como in for another caHtigation afc the hands of the " Neuesfce Nachrichtsn," of Munich : -

Again and again our men in the field I receive letters filled with foolish lamentations about; the alleged dear, ncsa of fond nt borne If in many cases these complaints are justified, it is, nevertheless humiliating to find that after 1G months so many women have not yet grasped the meaning of war conditions. They sob, weep and blubber forth that moat and butter are unobtainable, that sandwiches without butter have no flavour, that they are sick of jam and of milkless coffee Do these wo men realise that they are writing to men who many n time would give all they possess—which, alas ! in most

I ennntt' leave tbo old folks now, I'd better 'bide a wee, Dad'd got, a oold, and Mum's not well, And pipes Ihe-Uher e'e, I'll Ran" doon to the corner Store For Woods'-G'eat Peppermint Cure. And Mum and Dad will "greet" w more; Aye—they'll bo rioht for sure.

cases is very little—to have the oppor tunity to eat the things which their spoilt f'malp rela ( ivf<? at home bo {.■curly diflau?

Oace agnin, German women we appeal to you, nay, we command you. cease yom , lamentations, and adapt yourselves to the prevailing conditions, instead of rendering the lifa of ihose in tbß fi«ld more distressful even than it already is.

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THREATENING THE WOMEN., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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THREATENING THE WOMEN. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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