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BRITAIN S SEA FORCES

STRUCK OFF REGISTER.

DROWNED IN THE DOCK. I

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HEALTH HINTS. "Summer-tinle"…

V.T.C. ORDERS.i

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A SUDAN SULTAN.I

" DOWN WITH -THE KAISER."I

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PRESIDENT S THORNY PATH.

TO RESTORE THE EYESICHT

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ISWANSEA.

MUMBLES. .!

KIDWELLY.I

I PONTARDULAIS.

I BRYNCOCH.i

IAMMANFORD. :!

I -- -LLANDOVERY.I

I"CROSS HANDS.

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I" CROSS HANDS. OH Ihnrsday t,, i -en i. n g Mrs. Silyft, Rollerts addressed a meeting of women oB agricultural war wo-rk, at the Institute, and gave u clear account- of the. propoxate" I o, the Board ol Agriculture, and showed the great need for women's help tn in- cica^e tiie food supply. At the conclusion o: the address, Mr. W. "Groville, C.C "1 pioposed a vote of thanks to Airs. Roberts- Mr. D. M. Jenkins was appointed villalli registrar for Cross Hands, and Mr. W ^>nv101 Cefneithin. A committee, con- sisting of the following, was formed tt., turthtv the scheme:âMrs. Cluttcrbuck (Peuygroes), Mrs. F>. F. Davies (Gwernl'- wyn). Mrs. D. M. Jenkins (,Westlea)»; Mrs. Morgans (Emlvn, Penygroes). Ni-rcl- 'li;omas Tiioruhill, Mr. D. F. Davies. Mr. W. Greville, Mr. D. M. Jenkins, Mr W. I^ewis.

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GORSEINON. -|

-I I.MORRISTON. II

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EXPLORER'S DEATH.

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ICARMARTHEN.!