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;GUFF CRIME TRIAL. .

.KAISER'S COUNTERBLAST.

Women & Mr John Burns .

AEROPLANE RECORD.

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE

A CARDIFF AMBULANCE FUND.

SWANSEA COMMISSION AGENT ,CHARGED.

FIRE AT NEWPORT.

Cardiganshire Assizes. ..

CEREBRO-SPINAL MENINGITIS.

MONTH OF SUNSHINE.

BATHING FATALITIES.

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IChinese on British Ships…

SWANSEA RAILWAYMEN.

FIERCE DUILIN FIRE.

ARTILLERY PARADE.

\GLAMORGAN ARTILLERY.

YEOMANRY CAMPS.

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YEOMANRY CAMPS. Glamorgans' Canteen Blown Down. Glorious weather again favoured the Glamor- gan Yeomanry camp at Margam on Saturday and Sunday. On Friday nigbt a strong gale sprang up, and one of the guide ropes in the canteen was broken, causing the structure to come down. Some of the support* fell across the piano in the canteen and badly damaged the instrument. There was no one in the canteen at the moment. On Saturday the whole of the squadrons left camp at 8.30, and had squadron drill on the Kenfig Sands, returning at midday. Lectures were given in the afternoon and rifle inspec- tions were made. A thunderstorm broke over the camp on Saturday night, accompanied by a heavy downpour of rain, but it did not last long and caused no damage or accident. On Sunday the combined squadrons at- tended Divine service at Margam Church, when the chaplain (the Rev. H. C. Davies, St. Hilary) officiated. Retirement of Colonel Wyndham-Quin. Colonel Wyndham-Quin retires from the command of the Glamorgan Yeomanry this year, and will be succeeded by Major C. Ven- ables Llewellyn, at present second in com- mand. Before the camp breaks up Colonel Quin will be presented by the non-commis- sioned officers and men with a token of their appreciation of his long and valued services. Information was received on Saturday that the inspection will take place on June 9th and 10th by Colonel Meyrick, commanding the South Wales Mounted Brigade. The Pembrokeshires. The Pembrokeshire Yeomanry have been favoured with splendid weather since their arrival in camp at Holloway, near Tenby, on Tuesday last. The first two days of the training were devoted to squadron drill, and on Friday an outpost and reconaissance scheme was carried out. On the same day the clothing and equipment of the regiment were valued by the Army Ordnance Corps, with a view to their being taken over by the County Association under the Territorial Act, the secretary of < hat body. Lieutenant Pugh, being present. On Saturday morning regi- mental drill was carried out on the sands he- low the Esplanade, at Tenby. Colonel Ivor Philipps, D.S.O., M.P., kindly permitted the band to play on the Esplanade while the driil was being carried out. In the afternoon the customary military sports were held in the camp field. Church parade took place on Sunday morning ott\the camp ground. Montgomeries at Builth Wells. The Montgomeries are still having beautiful weather for their encampment at Builth Wells. Saturday morning was occupied by drill on Rhwstyn Mountain, where the squadrons were inspected by Colonel Williams Wvnn, D.S.O. The first heats of the sports were brought off before a large crowd in the evening. The regiment attended Divine ser- vice at St. Mary's Church, Builth Wells, on Sunday morning, when the Rev. Howard L. Crosbie (vicar) preached.

1st WELSH FIELD COMPANY.

" BORN TIRED."

CARDIFF,

MERTHYR.

PEMBROKESHIRE SHOW ENTRY.

CARDIFF CHAUFFEUR FINED.

A LLANDRINDOD WAITRESS.

MR WINSTON CHURCHILL AND MR'…

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TALKS ON HEALTH. .

ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR.

MINES RESCUE WORK.;

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