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How many people know that the while- population ot thr trhoh Rnlu’h E typin’ is less than that of Germany with its O') miliionsf Hero are the Millions. Tinted Kingdom -!•> Canada Australia ... ••• o Timed .'■•oink Africa 11 Now Zealand 1 India and sundry small possessions 1 GOV Nothing can excuse Germany her manner of conducting tins war find : her behaviour towards Rclginm ; hup •* knowledge of the foregoing faets enailie's one hf i tor to understand German aspirations towards ‘‘a place in tao sun,” and further a fiords good reasons tor some clear thinking on the subject of future policy.—Correspondent, of the | ’ Statesman.’ I Mil RAMSAY MAC DONALD IN ! TROUBLE. I The executive, of -the Leicester Liberal | Association recently passed a resolution i expressive of their strong disapprobation ■ of the attitude taken by the senior nietni tier for Leicester (Mr Ramsay Mac Donald) I in regard to Sir Kdward Grey, and depre- ! eating the, elfeet of hi.-, utterances and j writings in encouraging the enemy, disi conraging the response to our country’; j call, ami creating a false impression in : neutral States of the diplomacy antecedent to the war, and entirely dissociating itself : from his position of criticism and attack noon responsible Ministers of the Grown ! at this time of the country's supremo need. j A WIFE'S THEERI’TL SACRIFICE. Soldier.-:’ wives find themselves in many ea-es in receipt of much more money than they were when their husbands were at home. : •• Is a" this money for me?" asked the | wife of a G!:ogo-,v soldier waen she received her first week’s allowance. I " Aye. a' for you,” responded the genial •• Will 1 hoc a’ fins money every week?” " Aye. every week." •’ Wed, th-n," said she. “yc can tak iny guid man. an' keep him as king as ye like. I never had sac' muckle money before.”

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PLACES IN THE SUN., Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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PLACES IN THE SUN. Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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