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Lively Meeting at Llandebie.

Funeral of Nurse Gracie1 Fietcher,…

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ITHE CONSERVATIVE VOTE.

WAR MEMORIAL FOR CWMAMMAN.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. I

RELIEF IN BELGIUM. I

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FOOTBALL TOPICS. AMMAN JUNIORS v. KENSINGTON UNITED. This match was played on the Recreation Grounds, Cwmamman, on Saturday last, before a good crowd of enthusiastic sup- porters, who witnessed a very interesting game. It is not my intention to go into any lengthy description of thd match. Suffice to say that it was quite a wonderful match, though the only outstanding feature was the fine work done by Jenkins and Lloyd in the forward line for the Juniors. Although the Juniors were up against great odds, they sur- passed all expectations, and converted what at one time looked like a losing game into a draw. Will Williams scored for the Juniors after some fine play by their inside-half, Will Ware. It was in the second half that Gray Williams scored for the United after an excellent bout of passing. The Juniors' fate is sealed from this match—a fate to be envied. They are certainly booked for their colours as a junior fifteen. Mr. Alun Williams, the Amman United centre, made in admirable referee. CAWDOR. < Ammanford did not have a match last Saturday, this being the second blank date in succession. On Saturday next they play Gowerton at home, when a good game can be expected. < The Welsh Football Union have decided to remove the ban placed on Welsh Rugby at the outbreak of war with regard to the playing of Rugby football matches, and all clubs are now permitted to arrange matches as before the commencement of hostilities. ??t?fi? fw"Rt ? iv Py?Ptr?S ? J3j Recalls the J?a?SSHM t '? '?r! Fragrance TOILET SOAP ?S}? of an Old ?j?? World Garden n