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Kenfig Hill Notes

IMerthyr * Notes

Blaina NotesI

Abercynon NotesI __

Pontypridd Notes.


Pontypridd Notes. An Apostle of Peace. T. I. Mardy Jones proved a big draw at the Pontypridd 1. L.P. last- Sunday when he dealt with the life-work of that distinguished Welsh pacifist of a century ago—the Rev. Dr. Price, whose exposition of the idea of the League of Nation^ seemed quite modern as told by the lec- turer. The May Writ Withdrawn. At a mass meeting of miners held at Ponty- pridd over the week-end it was announced that through the good offices of the chairman. Alder- man E. H. Fleming, the action for slander and libel taken by County Councillor William Evansj J.P. (head oi the firm of Messrs. Thoma" and Evans. Porth and Pontvpridd). had been with- | dr awn. A writ had been issued at the instance of Councillor William Evans in respect of ('N- tan) n.)t??d sini?ment? tnadc at :) masM meeting by Mr. W. H. May, a w?I-kuown local SfM-mi- ist and miners' leader. As the result of Alder- man Fleming's initiative a .round-table confer- ence of the parties was held on Saturday night, and at yesterday's meeting Mr. W. H. May un- reservedly withdrew the statements complained of. and apologised to Councillor William Evans. Councillor Evans, who attended the meeting ami v. as loudly applauded, declared the incident as definitely closed.

Briton Ferry Notes

Ogmore Valley Notes


IThe Visit of Soermus. I i

400 Colliery Workers under…

The Fear of The Policeman

IJohn McLean Arrested


Railwaymen & War-Wage Agreementi

The Electric Theatre