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,tNt0T ABSENT-MINDED AFTER • Among the crowd assembled on the qnay, when the transport was due to start, we noticed a khaki-clad figure bidding fare- T.i. ( w^° up their infant •hild for the last embrace. "Don't forget mtt1? I CLICK'S MALTED j w™ch has saved its life once al- d^)t' thai +tLe 8oIdier' and d° not the caution thus given was faithfully followed by the mother. We re- commend you also to lay it to heart, and all mothers m England who are unable to nurse their children. It is the nearest approach to perfection as a food for infants and in- valids. It is of vital service in the hands of parents and nurses, closely resembling human milk, and yet sufficient nourishment for the grown man. Of all chemists and stores. Price Is 6d, 2s 6d, and lis. Send for free sample, and explanatory matter, to S!o.Co"34- T^f annual collegiate meetings of the Guild of Graduates of the University of Wales were held last week at Oarditt. Pro- fessor J. E. Lloyd, of Bangor, the warden, presided and delivered an interesting ad- drees, m which he touched on the valuable work already achieved by the Guild, and tMprobttbilities of usefulness which lay before tt.

The Proposed Great Improv-I…

Valley Rural District Council.

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■*'• BANuOR I i SUNDAY SERTICiSj.

EBENEZER CHAPEL DEBATING

Llanberls

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CARNARVON

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Collision In Cardigan Bay

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