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Iho P,ev. K, Spurr, the former pastm ot the Collins Street liaptist, Church, nou in I'.nelajid,'writing to Melbourne friends wiih reference to the war, says; --•* Sink or swim, one goes with the ()ld (V.nmrv, I'.very Australian chares that K-eling, too. foi if Britain were to sumnnh in tins fight Australia would at once cense to j... No ‘\\ Into Australia’ police then, Nothing ennid savo Australia from becoming Merman. plus Asiatic, and then farewell to big fortunes, easy labor. and hapijry homes. We are all proud of th-.-part Australia, is taking in this .struggle. !l is only what everyone,.expected, wonid happen. The. foolish slanderer.'; who periodically accuse Australians of being disloyal to the Old Country stand rebuked, and, one hopes, ashamed in the presence oi tlut outburst of Australia.!! loyalty. . . . With all my heart J hate war. And this war is of (lie devil. And the devil in this case spe.'rks Ccnnan. If ever f had any doubt, id the 'existence of a, personal devil, I have none io-day. ,\!y orthodoxv is unimpeachable. The Kaiser .stands unveiled Indore the world as a scheming, lying, religious hypocrite,. He—the scoundrel dares t-> invoke He- aid of Cad. He has the audacity to tel! the world that Kngland provoked the wait A hhn-kcr lie was never invented. , . , Cod, indeed. Tb-. Kaiser seems in he on easy terms with Him. But Cod will have something to s.iv at miit this outbreak of brutality and inhumanity. And man also will have something Id say. Ann' I fancy when the war is over that humanity will insist, upon the Kais-w and Ids vile son being sent into exile, and the Cernian military purer broken up for ever. Never again!"

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AUSTRALIA UNDER GERMANY, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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AUSTRALIA UNDER GERMANY Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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