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PONTARDAWE. I At Pontardawe Council on Thursday, Mr. Herbert Morgan presiding, a letter was read from the County War Agricul- tural Committee calling attention to the urgent necessity of increasing the etock of pigs in the country by encouraging cottagers, allotment holders, etc., to un- dertake pig-keeping. At Pontardawe Guardians on Thursday, Mr. H. J. Powell, J.P., presiding, a tele- gram was received asking for addition.al accommodation for wounded soldiers in the district. Mr. J. G. Harries suggested that they should apply for a part of the Croes Inn Hotel, Pontardawe. The funeral of Mr. Daniel Williams, a well-known Pontardawe butcher, took place at Rhydyfro on Thursday afternoon and WM largely attended. The Rc-vs. J, It. Price and D. G. Jones officiated. The chief mmtriMrs were Mrs. Williams (widow), W. and Mr". Gwynu Thomas (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. David Williams (son and daughter-in- liaw), Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Jones (son-in- Law and daughter), Mr and Mrs. Rees Hopkin (son-in-law and daughter), and Miss Olwen Williams (daughter). Mr. 1. R. Edwanle, M.P., delivered a lecture at the Public Hall. Pontardawe, on Monday, on The Life of the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George." There was a splendid attendance, and the Rev. Dd. Jenkins (Rhos) presided. The Medical Board bae been busy at Pontardawe for the past few daye exam- ining a number of young men from the district collieries. They were a smart lot of fallows,.and were in good spirit.

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