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NOTES BY REX.

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NOTES BY REX. A very offensive habit is indulgwi in by many of our young men on Sundays, causing^ annoyance to lovers of the Sabbath Day. An soon as they emerge from a place of worship (some cannot get out quick enough!) out come pipes and cigarettes. Very soon after, many young men on fire (as a conductor said at one of our National Eisteddfodau) are to be seen parading the village from one end to the other. It is to be hoped this habit will be given up, thereby enhancing the sacredness of the "Day of Rest." Constant enquiries are being made as to when the Evening Continuation Classes are to be commenced. Such classes are in full swing at other places, and why not at our village ? These classes are the only means of improvement within reach of our young men, and it is a pity they are not granted this privilege. On dark nights it is quite a punishment to walk along the village. Firstly, on account of the likelihood of getting wet feet by un- consciously stepping into pools of water; secondly, on account of the danger of coming in collision with people travelling in an op- posite direction and thirdly, by slipping off the kerbstone, a very unpleasant and often dangerous experience. Surely, it would not be much for the authorities of the Ffynnon- groew Ward—the Parish Councillors-to start a movement for supplying the village with, say, half-a-dozen lights. Mr Owen, Kidderminster House, has set a good example by lighting a lamp in front of his shop on dark nights for the convenience of the public. Concerted action on the part of the Coun- cillors would soon result in a great improve- ment in this respect. w

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