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I YSTRADGYNLAIS POLICE COURT.

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PRESENTATIONS TO I SOLDIERS.…

.-.————.--———— 4.500 NATIONAL…

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.———— -———— 4.500 NATIONAL VOLUN- TEERS. FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM IN FRANCE AND THE BALKANS. Mr Joseph Devlin, M.P., speaking at Belfast, said that 4,500 members of the local regiment of National V olun- teers were at present fighting tho battle of Ireland, of liberty, and of humanity in France and the Balkan States. Although their ranks had been thinned, those left behind were re- solved to keep the regiment together and to maintain it as strong and as efficient as was possible in the cir- cumstances. They felt that nothing they could do would tend more to cheer the hearts of their gallant comrades than to know that the old flag would be kept flying in their absence.

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SWANSEA MEN AVENGE COMRADES.

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COLONEL'S BEADY WIT.