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I BURRYPORT. The volunteer movement is booming in Burryport, and there are recruits every week. Nearly iOU men paraded on Sun- day. On Sunday, Prof. Rev. Glyndwr Richards, B.A., B.D., Carmarthen, preached at the English CongregationaJ Church. In the afternoon he gave aD address to the ohildreji on his experiences in France. Mr. Perratt, Gray House, Burryport, has received news that his son. Lieut. S. R. Perratt. Welsh Regiment, has been wounded in action in France. Lieut. Perratt ie 24 years of age. On Tueeday evening a public welcome was given at Burryport to Sergt. Joshua Da-v-ios, Pembrey, who- had received the I Military Medal. The Rev, R. E. Williams presided over a crowded gathering. At Burryport Tribunal on Tuesday, the chairman (Mr. R. G. Thomas) said that those who are exempted on condition that they join the Volunteers, and then do not attend, were liable to be called up at once: Other cases which contnained no new point of public interest were also heard.

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