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I DOVEY FISHERY" BOARD.

BARMOUTH. I

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THE OTHER SIDE OF I DEATH.

RECRUITING IN CARNAR.VON.

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RECRUITING IN CARNAR- VON. QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT. I Mr Yeo, in the House of Commons, on I Wednesday, asked the Under-Secretary for War how many recruits in Carnarvon had joined the Army since the war broke out. Mr Tennant said that it was not in the British interest to give recruiting statistics of this character. Mr Yeo: Has the right hon. gentleman's attention been drawn to a statement in the Press in which a recruiting officer gave the figures, and said they were a disgrace to the county of Carnarvon? Mr Tennant: I was not aware that that had appeared in the Press. If my hon. friend will show me I shall be delighted. Sir Ivor Herbert: Has there not been a very remarkable development in the recruit- ing in the county of Carnarvon since the es- tablishment of the Welsh Army Corps? Mr Tennant: I cannot answer that off-hand. Mr Ellis Davies: Is it not the fact that over 600 men have joined in the town of Carnar- von out of a tota.1 population of 9000? Mr Tennant Again I cannot give the in- formation off-hand.

THE CALL TO ARMS.I

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE RAILWAYS.

STEAMER TORPEDOED OFF I ANGLESEY.

COMFORTS FOR THE TROOPS. I

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TIRPITZ'S SON INTERNED AT…

INORTH WALES TROOPS ENTERTAINED.

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WITH THE "PALS" AT LLANDUDNO.

I'SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ASSOCIATION.

THE LONDON WELSH BAND'S CONCERT.…

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I - OUR LIBRARY TABLE.

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