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PgJJW.>u p »r^ysrtgMCT'Ta-jr-i»^f'^<t» M.riM',WiKWi«iaiiiii ■ Tram nan m SEVEN SIS/ERS- 11. ill fW'! in. The i'C.il Trades and Labour Coun- cil have row derided tD Ipa ve their meeting!* open, but no persons may take pact ui any discussions unless ap- pointed from the respective unions. An unfortunate accident has hap- nen<?d to Mr Geo. Jones (check weigher) and the doc?r had o make ?x stitches rio nipped Lis band with tho hatchet in the wound. 'ach sym.?thy i.s Mt l?ca?y for .?. Th?p.hih:s J"kinf<, who ia t-:)<Hy L!' c, and has six children to. t?ko of. A m-eve! rent ia on foot to j., the military authorities to re- [ her husband from the Army. He now in idl local "Llais" tendes help in c.s.« a petition is re- workmen Ls.ve alie?.dy ?ovcd ht tho j 'tuire-d. Th? ?'<.? S?tcra C<'n!?ry A committee har» h<?Q f?r?K-d Jwn' :0 c.?rry '?m Nomf schctn? to hdp tho prisoners of war fund. In all proba- r.?tt?. J    fiity u ciwqu of -toO u'm b? Bent at j   :.n early dab. A eocin.} is mentioned. Why not hive concerts [Gr children, then ;< can toko part? Excellent entries are expected for l-he competitive conoert to he held on The 23rd inst. in aid of Mr. David Lewis. The local allotment socle-ty is grow- ing by leaps and bounds. They have now succeeded in obtaining more land from Mr. E. Evans-Bevan, and the plots wiil be divided this week. Mr. Miles is working hard in this matter. It is saggesved that the Ant hraci te District of Miners intend taking dras- tic measurea against Dulais Valley, it hoy made a. thorough search of the v, hole district y would probably find others aIpo guilty. Will the agents see. to it? It is high time a solution of si time was found. A rehearsal was at Soar on •Snaday, Me-wr. D. H. Da view and T. J. Harris coadTU:ti»)Jtr. All Y. d t well. Mr. Wiilio A. Hughes:, ftryndulais- avenue, has brea appointed to the post of assistant electrician at the Seven. Sister* Colliery. He has tho beat wishes of his many friends. la our report of tho recent quarterly meetings at Scion (C.M.) Chapel, .J_L_ -¥II"a V'J --q::¡ through a. regrettable oversight tho fol- lowing namefl woro Emitted :—Solos, Phyllis Williams (twice), and Eluned Harris; duet, Miss Beatrix Da vies and Miss Lilian Lewis; psalm, Miss Phyllis Wiihuma. Miss Lilian Thomas (Lonlas) and Mr. Phillip W. George proved efficient acoompanists. A correspondent writes — It is high time that the Feeding of No'.x>ssitou.s Sch<Kjl-childiv>n Act should be put into operation ill this valloy. The other day a pitiful sight presented (,If--two little boys coming from the top part of the district-to school, each carrying a big turnip and gnawing away for all they were worth. Wheu questioned as to why they were eating j such things, they replied th:tt they h'd j not had anything tf) eet sinoc> -(inner- tjnw. the day before. If tint the case it is high time the public awoke. to its duties. Anyhow, the mat- tor should )>e inve-stigiited. t >X'iies of s./ci.if evenings Iluo late- ly held :t the Workmen'?; Read- • up;-roo:n, the privvM-ris going lo neody persons in the p' iro. On Monday hist another social ezoning and dance was held, find w,-g by tlie young folks, the proc-cods on this oc- casion being handed over to a maimed .soldier, who was \vi%h the first batch that left hero to fight t'r his country. ft is to he hoped a c!;> < nt sum was realised. The Dillwyn Colliery 1 going well just now. having worked five days a week for throe weeks in accession, and the prospects, it is said, are very rosy. This colliery has been hard hit since the Huns started their submarine war- fare on merchant, vessels, the coal be- ir g mostly exported to Norway. Tho competitive concert at Soar C m itk-1 on Feb. 23 promises well. At the outset the committer were faced ivith many obstacles aa the. collieries were only working half-time then, and unfortunately they continue tho same But it is Ratifying to loarn that thft tickets are going well, and that there are- prospects of a fine com- petition. So it is to be hoped ib, t the i public will rally round tho committeo j ;,11,1 help to make it a great success. 1 Thoy are out to help one who can't h-?') hir.?K'lf. through mc?tin? with an injury nearly fivo years ig The secrc- I tariul duties ?rn hi the mumble hands of Messrs. W. P. and D. G. j Morgan. ^lythvr ddaufon" yd gan "Bugeil- iab" o Ftrainc at r-i dad .'r tculu vim Br-ynsiriol, Stiren Sisters N:d 'cop' vw Ixxl yn fries y frwydr tawr ;r f;iei3 y with v am ddeg roll ddewnaw awr; Xid reel us ydyw'r gwaitli o fod yn gl-ercyn tlawd, cicli pt>rtnerf> yn v line, cr mwyn ia.v. nderau brawd. I Mae miwsig yn y ddryll (ni ohlvwir fawr o son), Ond nid cc's dim awelon p;:r yn cyr- h?d'! t.? y 'phcwl Rhyw weithio nos a dydd hob 'gwnnad' ar y pai, Y drams yn slack, a'r top yn dlawd. a'r g^venau'n myn'd yn llai; Rhyw fyd ar ben ei hun yw byd y clercyn prudd, Acuidoesrhosynyn y wlid na wywa ar oi nudd. Ond both am 'foys' y line, ynghanol tan a mwg, ? u bwyta cerrig yii y caw!, yn horio cy?xigwg; Yv eysgu yn y ffos. heb gwen IIckh-, Br.'I!ddwydi,L am ci 'FCll,' o dany pluon oer. 0 fywvd hapus iac-h, mae'r cwmni'n llawn o swyn, W rth gofio'r nos yng Ngwalia. dloa ar lwybrau'r grug a'r brwyn. Mae'r wen yn fyw o hyd, nid marw I ydyw'r gaine, r A phcidiwch ofni rhoddi gwen am fod eich mab yn Ffrainc. j Daorh blwyddyn ncwydd dua i wenu J ar ein byd, I j).)\vn r'.trv' eyn ei diwdJ, nhad, j'r: hen 'J'Yynsirio]' clyd. \r rt y i yn <>:ilii»f iacli, heb ofn.au dan; fy in"on, 1 Oiid aia y 'slitUs' «'r Christmas bclk, j <x -,veh glywod later on cau fy emrynt cul, mevrn office fach ddi-drefn, j (hd yn y nos mewn breuddwyd dies fe u: gwelir YIl y 'Seven.' —Driver J. Da vies, i'.E.F., I'Vance. A "smoker" was hold at the Seven Sifters recently in honour of Pte. Dd. Ui.iluuns, who bid returned from trance on leave. Some capital songs, etc., were rendered by the folloiviiig: i 'Messrs. Griffith Jon^i, Morgan Phillips John Hughes, M. Milos, G. Davies, D. Williams, J. Hooper: duct, Messrs. D. WilHams and M. C. Williams; recita- tion, Fhnrys Phillips. Thp chair occupied by Mr. iMortimer Miles, who is always re.vdy 01 tbeso occasions. An J excellent eveni-.ig was spent.

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