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-jiany people have not much cash to spare foi' patriotic funds, but thoy can still be patriotic by insisting upon "being supplied with Local and British-made goods when making their purchases. If the public -will only do this it means helping to keep the workers, anywhere s«d»r the Union Jack in full employment during the war crisis. Ask for British-made goods ? and see that yon get them. • They are always the best value. When shopkeepers keep foreign-made goods it is, of coarse, for extra profit, but the serious trouble is that it is to the loss of British workpeople—men and hoys, women and girls—and to the advantage only of foreigners, whom we make rica at the expense of our own Empire.
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PATRIOTISM., Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915