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THE WAR-AND AFTER

Iho follow uii? pipir uas re d it t e Ltntarian Frocrevnie s one tv s mrctiii„ it the C lb Hmsi Hi'l on i in nt Sin day evening by Mr Ftobert Gilkison \\i aie it the pie nit tuno 1 in ' he greatest n u ot i exit in turns me | lations are at war. The number of tin m b wants ittnallv is probibh i bo n 10 COO 000 t bt itterm, eith m (im I in ih ir th tot i 11 and n mil tnu Inn im biei 1 in the hj sti s tnu \m 1 t w md «ni It it t'u t mill i i m n il oursehes Win iu n si» \* nt is to r i nt if r \nl l l in annuel th e in p tn t I i i t bptou ion i n nt ,Vl t * ' U i ii"; nn 11 i i r i 1 ! n n l i i -ttl < nh 1 lie's i ti i I hj j ssm itn n i t it i i t t \ is n t nt led t > m i i un i u a t is si d In Ji i n 1 bi \i i t i tenia dc i in 1 i s in mrt m i "> tn r i i ' \ it 1 i i c In, 1 i l eie tl t in 1 i<l r ri i id i,i i it i n iih! propt m t i i t i ct i ' 1 1 i lV ti i 'i \i ii ul r ' \ l i i i r ii is - n mi k i [ii 1 t t m i t i ii i ! nt l tti iti i 1 ' mn I tl , s 1 hj i 1 i | t p nt t i r ik n i 1 i t 1 t i n i I i i i ' i r 1 t t t i n i | 'u ! n i iti i t i, t I i n iii i f n i n r i J i i i' i ount 1 r 1 1 ill 1 i i I u til *i -> I l ' i i n i Tr i 1 i i n 1 i i u 1 ii na uip i i 1 ' i d T i ill I Tl M t 11 ,1 II ! 1 11 | o ll 1 11 1 I 1 ll , ' pp oi Mn 1 ' k n, I in ii ('nil i t 1 i It st it t ti -1 li i i \n i i —lt i t U i 1 t l f i li" l miit i mo t i rill '1 1- i i i i ! I . I ' , r tl it S I 1 11 I t 1 II < l' I t 11 1 t 1 1 It - 1 1 It t I ] 1 f 1 ll t t 11 ' ' ll 11 C ll 11! 11 l 1 I I i Wiii 1 i 1 t i i t i V i i i r ' I j t t I I ii en \ ( i i ii i i it nr r i t! e t < ' th \ i n ' -n i 1 1 ) i ii i J i i ( iin I i n r tti i 11 r it i i nit' tl i ill 1 iru , l i t t untr i r 1 t i n i 1 ll tm ' ' T n i l 1 ill [i'il t it it i i I 1 ' 1 i i i * i ' ir 1 l ri t ' i I t n ! m , i I ' ' " ,' ti ' i I I u ) . nl t d n I nt i ll I ( I 1 I e 1 ! I I-' nh i I i n i i i u i j tOut 1 I II I 1 'o IS I st it n ' i i i nn ii 1° nn i 'in • i 1 ' ' I I nr i ' -"hi I hi I \ 1 l', ,n ir 1 iti t 1 T n ' i , i t (ri ii 1 i ie t Ti i i | i t I I i t r i ■* : l i l 1 v i ' i 1 ii n n i 1 t lit ,m ii | i Fisn i r r * M n ' n r i i \ i ' I r i i I T p r> nt T T ti t s 1 i i I i t. I) "i i | I i Tin i ' . . I T i 1 t rt it p i r. i hj ni nit n j in 1 t ,1 I 1 1 I It! I 1 i 1 1 I | t i tht- 1 i ' r I' t t i I i i f r i | 1 \u n i I [ in j i t r 1 i li | t P pi i il I I i il i j it i i' i r k ' t Ti . i I i t i t i i i I i i i iii n ii i u i i , I t, I ' t t .. 1 , t nt 11' , I', t i ! i f i i r I hit l 11 TI il I 1 t I tr it hut Mi ( 1 nu i 1 iiii i ii,i hrl ii i nt f T rlu It i < t p ' lit \ i 111 l! ' i ut t t t l i ' t t li i in 1 n iti ' i ii pi n I I ' t t' t n i . \ ! t n D i \ i I 1 . i i I l' 11, \liStl * 1 » lit is t 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I! I 1 I 1' 1 I tun i 1 i i i i ith i line i 11 i u I t ti ii i i i i b u i t t r n tun i i n i I i It ii l'i i i in t i t , H t lit in 1 \i in ii nt, i i.i i u t i , i . l u 1 i nd i i i ii 1 i u I n In tli I i u i . t in 1 it t m i <i . T! 1 i tl U ' t t ii ' I i i th * 1 - tti t,i I b i t t ' - i i iu i ] i Hi i \ , ii , ' hj T m i ' ti 1 i 1 K . _ \\ i I i i nit i t t I ru l it I t l i nil i n i il' 11 \ . i i --1 r<l it ' 1 1 t 1 1 I *t "ii r> rnt 1 I in i , \\ i Tim i ti , ,i v , It t i i In i u ii i i i u i ' r i i i 11 1 t n it miii i r fi it i i I i 1 ii 1 i ii i i, or n n I hj th I ' it r hj t u 1 1 lii li i ii e i i t t l I i i l \ i i 1 i i I\ i Ui i nh i i 1 In d [ ill i n M t ! i ti i 1 I Tl it M Inn ' in l n 1 I 11 e1 i r u ,r ] hj _ 1 i 't ii I * l r t r V 1 i 1 11 1 I I ! t i i tit 1 in i i i i i r ii - i k i - \ o ii. i ' i ii , t i i i i I n tl hf i i u d In t t ' vn 1 1 t lib 1 , I ii 1 t t r 1 ift lit 1 1 11 1 lit 1 1 1 '1 tilt t ui i r - TT. -* Op \ . II I * I 11. 1 I . I I -I 1 t - 1 1 1 1 I 11! II ll _ r 1 r t ' ) ll tin I 1 j) , i . i i i n ' i l i i i l ' i I in n I 1 I | rt | f n C s n 1 1 ii t li i \ ttr i riu , i , t t 1 t I n ni i it li t i hcrr ft fi T i-»e ol the Ptfonn itio i i it lid 1 I all ..bin d i t i«- + r i n pit in T\ Ik' tl t 1 ri i l,il 1' mil n ihdl , «fl l iilsv \e insr *hit n ii— i Ft i i fl tm, "d cxpp l mcl re i in is ifiv ii re it tl £ , P r-e—tl it i to i r th" i hi d 1 r , ?r —tl w m u rt n -nnr.il til hj fl i ' hi hi rr! l '. * i I t st T ie en i i i i ' tt = u rr i i hj r 1 t r ii" u 1 f» ,kiii * e i f t pie i d 1 , J t i i i o K H tl e hj VI i ' rn 1 i, llrt It uk ll ith i km Ddiiirt *o fire! ut i he i tr lis t n ir <-> to" n 1 r ci T 1 i i nnplei*! it ir haiTniu' tu I r'en T s no n hj t" 1 i c i leal i,m ut e i r**-dl ties«. puper-proeaic material intere-st-s, aa well as oommO'Tplac© and exalted passions, j whjen in combination make the science of sUtccraft." The meaning oi tho above paragraph in that tha G'Srmaii idetii of a niitional siai«. c man is rt man who will di.sail questiotis of nalit and iv.iotr:;, honestv at diflhuneetaj truth or falseko,"^.!^

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1 possible rlnnge in th mp of 1 mope, liu the o mi, kioit ocnl con titutionil, d o nnrnu il iluiißC inmcndinß ind it it lo tin o t isl \ ui itt ntion Tien n in i*Jt iiui,fs li id bun iviouc'lt In ti 2 month inn mi wis dcihred, j i it i uloiiii hut, I ecu in uk ui Wu Ala tli in li ben ttfcctd tloio rime the dn it tin liltnti not tin sciU Hi Husm kn In 1 ecu put m t fi of rqt ilir\ iMth rthii liu i i in Uw liks i l hj n jroiiii<d Iknii Pule In Britain the Government have, ivith the connt < 11 pnti s til in oi r tho mmi nut of the l ulw ic nude piptr in m 1 ii t n It i iih! t lk nt p to i iuiol tin liuviiv nd edit, of ncitsii i i li c it j ut un iud 1 utish 1 u 1 ti ii hit a, -stnnij i tli J)n Bone inn in mii I lit his ii en m immense mt nt not tin fi 1 n„ o bioihi hod moii[ t 1 ii i u * inble tint ii n i L . t ill i il » n lu H 't if mi ii t l the I) nr it of t i M ite Ins i pi i i i i n \\ in tne toloi] i n i n i i ti'i fit full <rkct tl u u it Id m d 1 u* it i ill \ nu hid < tin iiinim n Aw er i i >nt dn ,i ii i to n mini i e i t k mill n im t ihiod i hiih uni 1 i K in ii i '1 ui trie futinf. i n rt ii i ' lui_ i n n ii It ioi<tti i \ I'M tht int lie i mnrt go buk 1 i i ' I \ i 11 si t i it n ) mil i ill [i ] t in i p inn u he nnittd i i lb ih i I i m in mil suuK hi tir I ii mil ui lor tu in k t 1 it n It mil ii in ii i * II i t i i in illns ii ho i n n I tuiuii q ii li ii- houldet to in dd n 1 1 1 nl In bhd in t m tor, i Hi ml ill int iimtd mil le,ii i I im mi tit i turn lb ui»e i th ' in mi n tl ( Iv ii i in i hh; n i mi i ik i is b i i t tt uk uli' I i bu th i ll the un i> ii i i t i btttr r en I milli in d ii ii i i un I i ot ll\ 1 v it t liu \ll r until 't i nil m'l b i orer the ti i i mil bt U fi tht tiowti' t i i miu< <lnt ind n m mi me il i 1 o i In in in tht ir mk f Ir- i i 1 1 is, tl l ii u t I < n 1 a i id I miii bt it u un t hmld n n m ''. \ u id i li it mi i he aid iti I i t i hei pin d^v i i tl r in I i nno in nmiious t in i Int tuuitt'i mh i method \N hj \ Hiiih fe i i rt i ' i u 1 *- Ke ' '"" <ori " i\ i i ' 1 r 11 iii i i 1 t t iiiita r ii n ( i iii 11 i in Id 1 < tun J i t i a i i| [e il t t n uliiti iinent i 1 1 ii( innn ] d n p pi »- \ t n n i i nli v is anli to tt rm a I in ri r in 1 J i ij i u il il ll in ,1 i till y \ \i ran t t it t i i i t i i ii t i ml i a , t i th ii I 1111 imp lh'o t, t t t. \ ml t li U ii Jii'J make i i r i . up > i!>l I In lite M I u i I i 1 i) l « tin f. ttin„ U F ti 1 i i st t < l I uro, hi tue til t t u i I 1 »i i f inni hj 1 j tun i l i il in., > It 5n p u in stif mai nip i ut lit it ii v t to r t un i i k li ,hj un ent u 1 t i\ii t i i n ii 1 i im * v pun., ill mi*t li„u 1 'i i 1 et it I i l»direl ,__ li mtstitutton «->i any i t m 1 i n < n n th i : i tt i b ttl .1 i i) i 0 i ti m i i Hi irtn "I in t , "" i i mt no u i ouni i tt d i ith ii ii d i n i ii in u ni 11 r In the I I tl r 1 ( i n i i nt ft 1 uri[ No n UI ilbu d i In t i kit; r inn n tli n tipulit d n ih ( nlt i 11 nt l t i r hj n hi lie t k 1 tu I mti il uoirniient ii d ii j t j t i n tin n st ue hj dd i ] in u v u in th i ii li 11 .- , ' un i n nif i oi 1 I i i orl ed tli ill nid d ma tne ieun t c l i i o] e it u t leu i till, ~ 1 t Ui \ n i t r i uld ] un. I u i 1 Tipui isould lint no tenors I 1 I i lii n 1 i 1 nil u„ t \ il n , n it I hj Hi I lei iti ll 1 V , tit iti uuii'd not i p nutted, t i vi !1 Ih i hilt, i oi petti ini . hj it 1 im i li m iqrt nieut i in he come i u il i n i ii im t 1 11 rn 1 v il t 1 i„nt I ill th i t! to mi i i'l [ it i t th tli t me . | I i ii, t ill tin sf ite i ul I m in j in i 1 i ii r iti ' i loin is li _ it n 1 ii rl i open to 1 un pet r 1 , 11 mtt i * ti li i--it hit) t in i i in Ui li i nu im 11 nn 1 i -Oh e i I ir n id n It I t rt iiijin 1 i it n 1 ii nil 1 In iti ii li i in nimic u t mij I I ' i ninuiti tun 1 hr In ) n u I lid (hiir tit ti ii) tt md srmo oi thin i i ic it ti it tid fn l hj ei es | i ii nt i hj ul 1 i i j u ' in i nmeh as I i i u i hj i , r n tli ii md prli< i ot the mi i im mi t i th ir nr n i in new i i In m I ut li ol m, it tin mitti i in (In 1 i idi t i \ it mil he i bmetit to i ii 1 md i ii in t hum i mi to li it ,11 d tit d md i It t t l hj j i min pi in nd uppli i hit ei irl t i t t t It rl i i li \ it ii md i tu i i I it mh i! n mt i li qiiM--1 u . i 1 i ti i li n ir Hi i % t tin i - I mil On i i 1 i li s t it i\ 11 hj 111) t lisc ' it l|tll ti >n i il It Hi I 1 nh od i tint ih ( i~ t it i i ii l il li in, fll ipne i 1 r pt, I i l' ii , un t St iu ut id th 1 tiii t iti< nl tl ten li i i mil b t [ lae m ic i n 1 nr i t 1 Ik 1 in ill not t inn ri the I ] u d i Ii ui i i th tint i mil Ve 1 i 1 tt in th li i t ii tt m dui «• he nru pn hj mil b il 1 t i ill to b n a 1 i ii irl i il i iti i Om i id* ot the 1 -i tit in t I t< tiiif,tiien the hinds j i th 1 u I l I n nn i ii lit (Md ( i i ntiv. 1 Tin 1) i t tht rt until populitn n mint be I p un il n H t It 1 1 t i r i>. mil the r| iiiuii it ii t iifitnt tit tutthei \oI rlu I th r unti i pi >p! lilt) in l-t i ill tut il 1 lil ms t upied md. | t ii r i ill nnrl nht dl ! t > ti inp; lo | t 11 \ i pm, it i m n th I md hj i s. I On . i mi hi tti I nited 1 s | u i 1 1 ( t > ] 11 unt 11 r 11 sfit to ii i it hj I ii m t l. 111 inn nt ithin Mt 1 idti i it thought hj I In ledeial I I i mint nt hm i ici in uld le i mill i 1 li fleeted hi tin d fteien* St ite inth | 1 it idint it he 1 The p i er if th f d i il I nli inn nt n nil 1 m i le. tin rii] t tt the li idi Inn, null ti 1 t p tit n tin ditleinn st ite in 1 to I it i I tm lidtnl \itni nh hj n uld ie I u i I nn it tit intt in it onii I u t iku in I I t I tt »ied tint, lii li th i lit r t tli ii ti the It i ii in { i titnt n i in i k i mi nm t I j Iniin li \lttrtt It li I 1 j I il It tint i I [id ii mil M 1 ii 1 b it i I u ei i till |i rI nu i 1 i t u i in i t lie ith i r tly I i 1 | i t i md ul ]i 11 t hi | iot l i , l 11 1 r 1 til, lb t Un t limn nut to it th it Ci l tl 'ill l n tli r ( mnri j i ti j 11 t in n i ll in in i in tl st nt I ui pi it on n 1 in in tlif hj n ill in,ntni i ol ii n ilmli i ii c ii i 1 i p uali ri thiu 1) t tnei,ie-. 'ill! t ii ( nt in i n " I i i,lit md I ft idi pitt [h m mil ii u bill of I I rt t Hut un in tu i t n i li i It Hi '< ml (_i mm, i i i n \ll the in my | nil tnei 0 lutheit) deiotcd ti picp ring I for slaving our fellow-men >uy j ' GOT COO p l minim I 1 main lioi e j ill tl n 1 e ai nithle fit' i 1 a ml I picn ol pa The li n. liiiitiilt m the Old Country ivill be at once settled bv the pulh t, a u i t thi ild lor-keut md erection nf new dwellings to take their p i Th« moiemcnt nhich his lheddy ii igun in Great Britain of taking over monopolies will undoubtedly go on, and mie of the money and some which has previously been poured into the erection ' if -hips which will be nut of date in 10 | i e u ill hr u ed I l till i li pi tt -- ti t t i u i, pipti menu t i i ill u iI i li in u t be io t Genei illy peiki i t 1 lilt fa gnat mou i 11 I nude throughout the world in the —D i i*iori oi So i 1 hj _ I l It U '1 1 till SolII 1 li til hj ]- jiood md n ;t o nole u Tne i i of solidarity which has passed through our country will be a magnificent preparation for such a gradual change. For Socialism is impossible when tho majority of people think more of tho common weal than they do of their own. Would that all parliaments, synods, and invocations take a. higher iligltt, ami, easting aMile petty jjart.v would work only foi; thi,.

highest and the best. While wo are pressing on through days of darkness and fields of blood, I feel, indeed, it will not bo in vain, and the coming brightness of human existence is being won'by those who are now giving their lives for their fellows. Edward Carpenter says of civilisation: " It bears many of the characteristics of disease; it is a decomposition of the human unity; it has proceeded by wars, revolutions, controversies, and antagonisms of nil kinds; it has brought with it destitution, poverty, disease, the ariogauco of wealth, tyranny, class government, the dehumanising work of competitive commercialism, and all manner of evil ; it has created all tho problems which nowadays wo spend untold energy of brain and heart to solve. But a unity existing at a lower level is decomposed only that it may be reeompnscd a unity at* a higher level. Something is being beaten out amid all this clashing of hammer on anvil. Latent powers are being developed; new and deeper principles are being disclosed ; we tight for freedom against oppression that we may lie worthy to use it when won ; indeed, the very torment itself is created, not bv the foolishness or wickedness of man. but by the upthrust of the Kingdom of Heaven.'' And now 1 shall conclude with the lines of Tennyson : Oh. yet we trust that somehow good Will be the linal goal of ill. To pangs of nature, sins of will. Defects of doubt and taints of blood : That nothing walks with aimless feet ; That not one life shall be destroyed Or cast as rubbish to the void When God hath made the pile complete. That not a worm is cloven iu vain ; Tint not a moth, with vain desire, Is shrivelled in a fruitless fire. Or but subserves another's gain. Behold, ive know not anything. I can but trust that good shall fail At last—far oii-~at last, to nil. And every winter change to spting. ISo runs my dream; but what am 1? An infant crying in the njpht, An infant crying for the light, And with no language but a cry.

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THE WAR-AND AFTER, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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THE WAR-AND AFTER Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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