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S'o v, y exhaustive is the medical cxmninal.iii tui-' active service, that large numbers Jin,; tJnm-eh'c.-. finite unable io pass it. In mmv instances they sniffer injustice at the !'• li'i- of those who do mil appreciate this. Tie- mo-;, sympathetic toward such cure.- is the strung man who lias " got through." in these lines ihe weakling addresses his fortunate friend in envious terras: •Shake." lusty votith, dear friend of mine, ft ark-;lv " burning " for the fight. Whii-t with other-' perforce 1 pine, And envy you both day and night Jhcausc. .il.i-s' 1 cannot- "go" With veil to lira ik the looting herd, Yet feel' as keen for all to know That Kriiain never breaks her word. I (live von. strong patriot true, li'iiidlv enlisted lor "The Front." 'A mull." say some of nc, but you—"Poor pal, ' imtit ' to bear the brunt." I ,-nvv you the pow'rful arm. The eiie=( expanding with your hate )f all the "War Lord's" cowardly swarm— The pea-ants', not the Allies' fate! nvv you the iov you ft el In mr.ohlng 'r.-ain-i. a. ivrant foe; Your lofty, wondrous, innate zeal From which he shrinks h£e melting snow. I rnvv you this glorious .-hare iThe price for which may be your blood) Toward a Po.iee than life more fair And Brotherhood. ' i'.yes front! March on!" thrice noble boy, A Country's love i- at your feet: Tin- eau-o tr Kiglit. it cannot cloy ; (bid grant that we again may mepi ! Horace S. Jiruwii, in the 'Yorkshire Post.'

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"EYES FRONT", Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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"EYES FRONT" Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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