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Corn Production Act, 1917.

Local 44 Mentions."

COAL UP 6/- A TON.

Corn Production Act, 1917.

BRECON RURAL DISTRICT 1 COUNCIL.

I— ! RHEUMATISM KIDNEY TROUBLE

EARDISLEY.

CRICKHOWELL FARMERS' UrION.

Red Cross Hospital, Penoyre.

Summer Lassitude.

No More Rheumatism.

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LLAHGORSE BOATING FATALITY.

Breconshire's Second Lady…

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Breconshire's Second Lady Doctor. Miss Gladys M. Thurlow Williams, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roger Williams, Irfon road, Builth Wells, was among the list of those who gained their finals in medicine last week in London. Miss Williams commenced her education at Franksbridge Council School, and at the age of 11 years gained a scholarship to Llandrindod Wells County School, from where she passed the Welsh matriculation. For three years she studied at Cardiff College, afterwards at Birmingham University and Queen's Hospital, Bir- mingham. Miss Williams is associated with both the counties of Brecon and Radnor, and is the first pupil of the Llandrindod Wells County School to qualify for medicine, and the second lady doctor from Breconshire. Dr. Mary Phillips was the first Breconshire lady to qualify. Miss Williams was born in the parish of Llandilo'rfane, Breconshire, whilst Dr. Mary Phillips hails from Merthyr Cynog. Miss Williams is a sister to Captain D. T. Williams, of the R.W.F., now attached to a Cheshire Regiment on the Rhine he was--gassed and wounded in the battle of the Somme in 1916.

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