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THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

March 1 . , I9IS• concluded its case the prisoner is allowed to make a statement , but he is often so flustered by this time that he is quite unable to do himself justice. The magistrate then passes sentence and the prisoner is rushed out of court. Very often the result of the f
March 1, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE POLICE COURT. ABUSES OF THE PRESENT SYSTEM. F. W. PETHICK LAWRENCE. HE conduct of our police courts is a

THE POLICE COURT. ABUSES OF THE PRESENT SYSTEM. F. W. PETHICK LAWRENCE. HE conduct of our police courts is a

matter in which I am afraid many of the public are little interested. The police court is an unsavoury place, and they wish shut it out of their lives altogether. Bu it is of vital importance they should lear more about it so that this serious blot o our social system should be
March 1, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
A PARABLE.

A PARABLE.

And behold the Children of the Nations played on the edge of the abyss, and there was laughter in their eyes, for was not the world very beautiful? How should they perceive that the foundations of all things crumbled beneath their feet, and the horrors of death and blood and fam
November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
SIDELIGHTS ON WAR.

SIDELIGHTS ON WAR.

Mr. Hogge asked to-day whether there was to be any change in the practice in notifying the death of men shot at the front—that is, shot for cowardice or desertion—and whether the dependants of such men will in future receive any pension. In the answer to his first question he go
November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
A DANGEROUS PRINCIPLE !

A DANGEROUS PRINCIPLE !

In a circular submitted by its committee to the Interdenominational Conference of Social Service Unions it is laid down as a principle of social reconstruction that " every man on coming into the world has a God-given right to life." Is this to be understood to apply to Germans,
November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
OUT THE ANGELS'

OUT THE ANGELS'

were honest in their love of peace—that she is placed in such a light that she apappears to be bent on forcibly uprooting and stamping out every thought of peace. This is a shameful state of things, a deep disgrace to us. By prohibition, by suggestions, by censorship, and by sup
November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION. South Birmingham Group. Mr. Seaward Beddow (from Leicester) will give an address on The Fellowship of Reconciliation

FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION. South Birmingham Group. Mr. Seaward Beddow (from Leicester) will give an address on The Fellowship of Reconciliation

: its Principles and Works," on Monday, December 3, at 7-30, at the Friends' Institute, Moseley Road (opposite Leopold Street). Chairman : Mr. John H. Barlow.
November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
RALLY! RALLYH RALLY!!!

RALLY! RALLYH RALLY!!!

For full particulars, names of all speakers, etc., see this week's Herald, or apply to Hon. Secretary, Leonard S. Howard, North London Labour Demonstration Committee, Liberty Club, 318, Green Lanes, N. 4. The Christian Peace Crusade Banner will start from the Highgate Archway Ta
May 3, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
YIELD PUNISHMENT NO. 1 FOR NEW ZEALANDER. News has been received that Harry Patton, one of our New Zealand comrades.

YIELD PUNISHMENT NO. 1 FOR NEW ZEALANDER. News has been received that Harry Patton, one of our New Zealand comrades.

has been sentenced to 28 days' Field Punishment No. 1 (crucifixion) " somewhere in France."—The Tribunal.
January 4, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
FROM HOLLAND.

FROM HOLLAND.

Niewe Courant (The Hague, Liberal), Sept. 5, writes on the obvious significance of the suppression of peace p r opaganda in England. The sentence of six months' Im prisonment for a nominal offence, passed on a man ..identified with all that is finest and purest in English Li ber
January 4, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England