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SOUTH WALES MINERS AND COMPULSION.

THE VOTING.

ARMLET EASHIONS.

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ARMLET EASHIONS. Now that the '-Derby" a.rmJet is part of many Englishmen's everyday dress, distinct fash'ons in the wearing of it have been created. The official recommendation is that it shall be worn on the left arm. Recruits have followed this somewhat elastic advice according to their inclina- tion. The men of the younger groups con- sider it the correct thing to wear the armlet just over the cuff of the left sleeve with the scarlet crown slightly to the left. The more staid members of later groups wear it above the left elbow with the crown squarely to the front. j

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I PREMIERS' APPEAL.

I RAT HUNTING IN THE TRENCHES.I

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r ONLLWYN PROPERTY SALE.

NEATH WATERWORKS SCHEME.

LIGHTS FOR PERAMBULATORS.…

THE IIYSTERY OF LONDON LIGHTS.…

SCULPTOR'S TRAGIC DEATH. 1

POSING AS AN AIRMAN. I

FUNERAL OF SIR HEREWALDI WAKE.

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