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I uEMPTY AND INSINCERE." -40

f- i ? NEARLY EIGHTY | MILLIONS'

I I DEAD MAN FLYING. I

LATE MR. JNO. ROBERTS, J.P.I

SHOOTINC AT SKETTY.

I .TOOK THE JbKE SERIOUSLY.…

RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAYI .-..…

VITAL- LINK.I

-1918 u NATIONAL M -I

PATIENTS DEFEAT j NURSES.…

HEAD IN GAS OVEN. I

I .ON THE MIDLAND.

.LSKETTY VOLUNTEER BAND.

Is CA N D IN A VIA N GOVERNMENTS…

I 1impEN-DING BREAK." I

iiABT EDITOR OF THE ' STANDARD."…

MUST DO MORE ONI LAND. !

PRIVATE TO COLONEL.

!BAD START -IN LIFE.

-.-SCENE --IN -COURT.

çÂEÁf fLOO6S UP NdtiTH.

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r SCOTTISH WOMAN < SOLDIER…

: "RELIGIOUS DUTY."

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"RELIGIOUS DUTY." CULTIVATION OF HOME PLOTS. SKETTY VICAR AT IMPRES- SIVE CEREMONY. On Sunday afternoon, despite the miser- able weather, Sketty Voluute-cr; with their band, under the command of Captain Chas. E. Poole and Lieut. J-í A. JCllis. together with Sketty Church Lads' Brigade, under the command of Lieut. Percy Morris, paraded the streets of Sketty and attended cerviee in the- were joined by Swansea Y.A.D. (7õ) of the British Red Cross Society. in charge of Hospital Com- mandant Charles E. CIEYeS arid Detachment Commander Arthur Andrews and Quarter- master F.d.^ar PowfH. also by the Pare Werri sisters and nu'-se?i. Major and 3li's. H. Perkins, and a large and representative cou- 4r&gatiou. The impresiive iervjee opened with the XaUohai A?thpn). and the singing of "Sol di?'s t<f ChriM. A)'?< S(Til?'')6' }e-ün.and lee. (-I.?j- F, a))d prayers, after ?hich t)? Rev. H. J. Stewart. B.A. (vicar), speaking on St. Paul's proud boast. "1 run a citizen of 110 tnejjfi city." said that was the position of every true patriot. They were all prGuci of the town they belonged to or village they lived in. which had done so much in the- public in- terest during the last two and a half years. That year h;d been one of great trial and 1 agony and he liked to think of it as tl.p period of a iiaticjjj in its travail giNiiig birt,b something groaK and grand. It was wish and will that it should bo brought about, and it entirely jependrd upon pvery individual of the nation to which they he- longed. They were faced with the possibil- ity of shorta g e of whéat, next year. One of the ways suggested w;u.- that, everyone should take a plot of land, cultivate it. and put it to the best possible me under the guidance of "xperts. ill' order to avert h catastrophe < .vfiic.h'would plunge that country into a fear- fuI e^nditicvu. It was a religious dtity. hr- l1!"p. as hI" verily believed, they were m-ed as instruments in i- hand s to go forth nation filled with strengtii. ^nd^wed with power to do away with som">thiiig tha.t struck at the very rot of riviHsrftion. honesty, and 1 "hrifc.tiair.ty. A hymn having sung and the bene- a>tiOlî pronounced, th â > vieir left, the church ftnd pro. eeded to dedicate thb fifth shrine, which has been placed at, the oorne'r of De- 1 1 Beehe-road. and contains the names of Albert Frtir.<t, Robert, F.Jst' ii. ander Donild Olsfscodine. Ernest Cleeves, George Penco^d Hawk«w. Harry Rcjliinsor; Alfred Shackl-r >rd, and He-rewMrd ^ak^ had hefen killed in action, and 96 others scrvisig. The Vicar *aid that those werft the names of some livirifr ;b the otitlyin,g parts of the parisiij, and the remainder werfe those â¢,( re- lative or friends of worshippers in Sketty Chareh, r ot living in that parish. The nb- ject 'va* to p coitstanfly before their rfiihds thft fact that, those men were prepared to SacMfiCfc themselves for them, and they were never to forget it. A few prayers followed, and "God Save the King" "M sung.

1 WAMHtPS 6? TH? FUTURE. ;

HAle A FIELD-MARSHAL.

CAUSE ANI) EFFECT.

iPRINTERS, FARMERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS,

OUlk OPTItAlgTS. '* '■

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