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MILITARY ?OTES. j MILITARY NOTES.  Sceond Lieutenant the Hon. Hugh Napier Douglas Pennant-, 2nd Dragoons, only surviving son of Lord Pcnrhyn, has been appointed aide- de-camp on the Personal Staff. I Lieut. Norman Rogers Jone-s returned home i at Lk.nrw.st on Monday evening on sick leave. He I wcus taken seriously ill in France and was le- moved to Osborn House, Isle of Wight, where iie made good progress towards recovery. « ft In response to the appeals issued by the sec- retary of the Carnarvonshire Recruiting Commit- tee (Mr Isaac EdwaruV, 12, Market-street, Car- I narvon) on behalf of the Welshmen interned in Germany, a. cheque for je2 has been received from the secretary of the Women's Temperance Branch at Dwyran, Anglesey. Mr Edwards is sending out weekly parcels of food-stuffs and clothing comforts, and all contributions received by hitu are devoted to this end, all other ex- penses being defrayed free of cost to the fund.  e -ee ai c<)st to the futi,] :j: S: It is claimed that the 14th Battalion, Royal W elsh Fusiliers, was the first unit of the W elsh Army to take prisoners in France. This honour belongs to No. 7 Platoon, who brought to head- quarters two Gprmaus, one of whom wore an Iron Cross. « » M M Lieut. Richard H. Davies, son of Mr and Mrs J. H. Davies, Ceris, Bangor, who is now acting as staff captain in the 24th Division of the Royal Artillery, is home on a few davs' leave. » » I 'J'L WELSH MILITARY POSTS. I xue Hurting nave oeen appointed officiating clergymen to the Royal Engineers stationed at Llandudno Ju-necion and Conway: Roman Catho- father Wilfred; Presbyterian, the Rev. R. Williams; and Wesleyan, the Rev. W. Mellor. The Rev. W. Pollock-Hill, M.A., has been ap- pointed honorary officiating to the Church of England troops of the 2nd Garrison Battalion Royal Welsh !< iwiliers. The report that- the Bishop of St. David's 1ms accepted the chaplaincy of the Welah Division and has gone to the front has no foundation. Bishop Owen, who is a strenuous worker, has important engagements to fulfil which will keep hilll fully occupied till Easter. NEW WELSH LABOUR COMPANIES. Approval lias been given by General Mackin- non for the formation of Labour Companies as under;â One to each unit of the 11th and 17th Reserve Infantry Brigade^ at Prees Heath. One to each Imit of the 13th and 14th Reserve Infantry Brigades at Kinmei Park. Labour Companies, an soon as they are ready for work, will be employed under the direction of the garrison and brigade commanders.

PORTMADOC LICENSING SESSIONS.

j"RED GLOBE GANG.".

CONWAY CATTLE MART.

ENGLISH * WELSH MARKFI i.

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NEWS IN BRIEF.

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CARNARVON BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

MEN AI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD.