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Abercanaid Notes.I

.Briton -Ferry NotesI

.Rhymney Valley NotesI

Pontypridd Notes. I

I Theatre Royal i

30/- for 54 Hours.-I

Iron-Miners' Strike.I

Mr. Clynes and The FutureI

C.L.C. and I.L.P. Rapprochment.…

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Soermns to Stay. -I

The Electric Theatre

LABOUR AND THE NEXT ELECTION.

C.O. Fined at Rhyl.

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C.O. Fined at Rhyl. At IthyI last Friday Leonard Simpson, cle. scribed as a warehouseman, of Higher Green, Astley (Lancashire) was fined £ 2 and handed over to a military escort as an absentee under the Military Service Acts. It was stated that he was posted to the antiy on January 13tli, 1917, but nothing more wast seen or heard of him until he was handed over to the civil police at Kinmel Camp on Thurs- day. He said he had a conscientious objectioa to combatant service, but had several times offered himself for R.A.M.C. work. He dftlined, to state where he had been since January of last year.

Jewish Labour Unions.

Merthyr NotesI

Brynmawr Notes.I

Miners' Wages. I

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