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THE MINERS' POLICY.

IMR. ASQUITH'S PLEDGE TO LABOUR.

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MARGARINE EXPERIMENT, j -I

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DIGGING GRAVE OF THE HUN FAITH.

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MERTHYR M.P. AND THE CHAIR-

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SUNDAY CUSTOMERS SUMMONED.

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HOW NATURE NURSES THE WOUNDED.

LABOUR PARTY S STRENGTH.

SUNDAY CHARITY CONCERTS AT…

SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST.

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SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST. An interesting position was disclosed when an application was made by Mr T. Hughes (Messrs. S. Powell Hughes and Jones) on behalf of the local edu- cation committee to the Bryn-ma-wr magid.RATES on MOT: JVP order to compel the attendance at school of the nine-year-old child of Thomas H. Thomas, Worcester-street, Brvnmawr. The child had been attended by Dr. Farrington, the family doctor, for some time, and on November 23 the local attendance officer, accompanied bv the Breconshire county medical officer (Dr. Da vies) viait-ed the child at the home to make a medical examination. The mother refused her consent. 6aving that she did not think it fair to Dr. Farrington that he was not present. Mr Hughes pointed out that it was compulsory on the parents to allow the medical examination, and the case was adjourned for a fortnight for the pur- pose.