THE CALL FOR MEN.
10 'J HE fcIHTOI!. Sir, —One of the biggest factors acting against recruiting has been the talk from old Army men and others about tho uselessneSiS of our boys thinking that they were going to tho troivt. ''Garrison duty, lines of communication duty, any old sort of duty, except fighting, would I;t> a-il they would get." Some of this Mull" goes down, but if our lads remembered that the o'lik-i (K. of K.), and all leadens put men to tho work they are fit for, and that the bert. mun get' the hardest job, they will forget all the armchair critics and "knownotliinas." and conn; forward to lit them-'•r-Jves 'tor that job. We have 10.000 men in New Zealand lit to go, \aiuj at a. time like this are ws going to stick over the first draft of about 10,000 in all? "To arms, citizens." ai.d shepherds, and station bauds, and the old _men and boysaye, and the girls too will do the work you leave somehow. The rir.-t thing is to strengthen the fighting lino. "Oh, for 21 again to go, too." —I am, etc.. Old Buitf.k. November 10
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THE CALL FOR MEN., Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
THE CALL FOR MEN. Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
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