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REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. "DONDON MAGAZINE HOW GERMANY LOST THE WAR. In an article entitled The War by Land and Sea," by Mr. Winston S. Churchill, M.P., in the November issue of The London Magazine," it is stated:—"When the German opera- tions against Verdun commenced to drag, desperation laid hold of those who were responsible. They saw their personal positions compromised. They had begun by endeavouring to persuade the French to attach a fictitious, senti- mental importance to the fortress. They very soon began to attach a wholly unreal importance to it them- selves. All their great influence and power over the German war direction was now concentrated upon finding new legions to be flung into the attack. The vast process of waste continued far into the summer, and all the time the French High Command watched the process with increasing confidence, and the British Army gathered its strength. And all the time the Russian power revived and waxed again into a mighty world factor. Samson's locks had been shorn in the autumn, but by the sum- mer they were grown again. Along every road which was open the cease- less stream of munitions from the ar- senals of so many lands flowed to arm the teeming manhood of the Russian people. And Germany's hour had gone. The war interest of this number of The London Magazine," as in those immediately preceding it, is very high. On page 254 is an article by Corporal A. Alleway on his experiences in the great battle of Trones Wood, perhaps the most terribly fortified of all the German positions taken in the recent advance. The article entitled Flirting with Death," which begins on page 272, pic- tures the excitement and risks attend- ing submarine warfare, and is written by a man who has had first-hand ex- periences of these risks. Then the military correspondent of the Times," in an article under the title of The Kaleidoscope," shows how the great struggle has befooled the world, and gives a picture of what the British Empire will be after the war. There is also a glimpse of the noble work the Red Cross has done. .Monthly 6d., published by the Amal- gamated Press, Ltd., Fleeting House, Farringdon-street, London, E.C., and of all booksellers.
iROUSE YE SONS OF ENGLAND
i ROUSE YE, SONS OF ENGLAND. Hark t the sound of voices calling, Over land and over sea, From our gallant heroes falling, Fighting for our liberty. Rouse ye, sons of England, rouse ye, Rouse! To arms and win the fight, Let the bays around your brows be— Victory, Freedom, God, and Right. 'Mid the noise and din of battle, Though hard press'd by mighty foe, Cannons roar and bullets rattle, Brave hearts beat where'er you go. CHORUS: Rouse ye, sons of England, rouse ye, Rouse! To arms and win the fight, Let the bays around your brows be— Victory, Freedom, God, and Right. 3rd Welch Regt. CORPL. CHAS. KENT. (Musical rights reserved.)
WAR. I Your King and Country needs you, Was a cry two years ago, It was read in all our counties, Who came up to fight the foe. Men came up in scores of thousands, Knowing duty must be done, They were soon in khaki and training, At a place near Southampton. At last, the battle's raging, O'er the parapet Tommy did go, Till one of the enemy's bullets, Fell'd him in agony. and woe. Two days later Tom's sent back. to Blighty, In a good old hospital ship, To the 3rd Western General, Cardiff, Where he settled down for a good kip. Some time after his wounds heal up, On furlough he says with delight, Then he makes for his good home and beauty, I Away from the order Eyes right." PRIVATE J. R. HOCKEN (1864), R.A.M.C. (T.F.), Malta. Oct. 3/16. (From Barry Docks.)
I RHEUMATISMKIDNEY I TROUBLE I
I RHEUMATISM—KIDNEY I TROUBLE. I Rheumatism is due to uric acid crystals in the joints and muscles, the result of exces- sive uric acid in the system that the kidneys failed to remove as nature intended, and this acid is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. ESTORA TABLETS, a specific based on modern medical science, are the successful treatment, and have cured numberless ob- stinate cases after the failure of all other tried remedies, which accounts for them superseding out-of-date medicines sold at a price beyond all but the wealthy. Estora Tablets fully warrant their description—an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six for 6/9. All chem-. ists, or postage free from Estora Co., 132, Charing Cross-road, London, W.C.-Barrv Agents, W. T. Hick, t Co., 48, Folton-road.
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TRAFALGAR DAY AT B FBB BETHEL BARRY DOCKS
TRAFALGAR DAY AT B. & F.B.B. BETHEL, BARRY DOCKS. TELEGRAM FROM HIS MAJESTY THE KING. Trafalgar Day was celebrated on Saturday evening last at the Sailors' Bethel, Subway-road, Barry Docks, the local branch of the British and Foreign Sailors' Society, by the entertainment of over a hundred wounded soldiers to a tea and concert by the workers. By the kindness of Messrs. Adams and Gay, the wounded from the Island Hospital were conveyed by brake. After a splendid sandwich tea, Mr. M. W. Jones Thomas, J.P., presided at an ex- cellently-rendered concert provided by Mr. Griff Griffiths and Party. The ar- tistes were Miss May Blake, Miss Mor- gan, Mr. Hibbert, and Mr. Griffiths, who sang songs appropriate to the oc- casion. During the evening a telegram was sent to their Majesties the King and Queen, expressing the continued loyalty of the wounded, and their ear- nest desire for a speedy and glorious victory, in answer to which the follow- ing telegram was sent by his Majesty: I am desired to express his Majesty's thanks for the loyal message contained in your telegram.—The Private Secre- tary." The following ladies presided at the tables:—Mrs. W. W. Marshall, Mrs. J. St-apelton, Mrs. W. Hicks, Mrs. E. Cosgrove, Mrs. Farrel. Mrs. Riches, Mrs. Sharman, and Miss Morris. Mrs. J. Sparks presided at the organ. VoteS: of thanks were proposed to the chair- man and the artistes by Mr. A. E. Bey- non, seconded by Mr. J.jSparks, and st very enjoyable evening was brought to a conclusion by singing the National Anthem.
SILVER WEDDING OF MR AND MRS A C LIDDIATT
SILVER WEDDING OF MR. AND MRS. A. C. LIDDIATT. We publish this week announcement of the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Liddiatt, of 61, Court-road, Barry Docks, and have pleasure in ex- tending to them and their family the congratulations of a large circle of friends and acquaintances. Mr. Lid- diatt is one of the assistant superinten- dents 'n the Barry district of the Pru- dential Assurance Company, Ltd., with which prosperous institution he has been connected for t,he past seventeen years. Last year Mr. Liddiatt won the first prize for the most successful dis- trict in the whole of Wailes in connec- tion with the ordinary branch work of the Prudential, ami, alike by the Com- pany and their staff, and the general public, he is highly respected and his services appreciated. For more than 25 years Mr. Liddiett has been actively connected with Christian and Temper- ance work, and wo offer Mr. and Mrs. Liddiatt our best wishes for their com" tinued good health and happiness, and hope they may be sipared to attain to the celebration of their golden weddimg.
ODDFELLOWS ROLL OF HONOUB AT BARRY DOCKS
ODDFELLOWS' ROLL OF HONOUB • AT BARRY DOCKS. Pa.st Provincial Grand Master, W- D.. Rees, Ponarth, will unveil a roll of honour at the Y.M.C.A., Barry Docks, the headquarters of the Loyal Glamor- gain Garden of Wales Lodge, M.TJ.O.F* The roll will contain the names of members of the lodge who are serving in H.M. Forces. The event, which willI doubtless-,he am inspiring one, take place ÜJn: Saturday evening at WYfJl o'clock.