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Maesteg Notes. I

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Bedlinog Notes. I


Bedlinog Notes. I Friendly Society Smoker. The annual smoker, under the auspices of the United Ancient Order of Druids and the Pride of Gelligaer Lodge, was held on Thursday, April 12th, at the New Inn, Mr. Thomas Thomas, vice- president of Bedlinog Friendly Societies' Coun- cil, presiding. I The chairman in his opening rema.rks spoke upon the work of friendly societies in general and the good work being done by the various societies, and complimented the Druids on their goods work in the district. During the evening Past-Arch.-Bro. W. J. Philips was presented with a P.A. jewel for ser- vices during 1915; and Past.-Arch.-Bro. Thomas Bennett with a silver-mounted walking stick for sorvices as A.D. during 1916. P.S. Bro. W. H. Stockham, secretary of the lodge, and also a member of the District Management Committee, made both presentations on behalf of the lodge, commenting suitably on the service rendered by the two members in their office during their period. The Brothers suitably replied. An excellent concert programme was sub- iVitted by Mr. T. Jenkins (Treforest) and Bros. W. J. Philips, James Jones, Sam Evans, Arthur Sellwood, and John Price. Praise is due to the accompanist, Mr. E. Prothero, who was at his best. Votes of thanks to the artists by P.A. Bros. T. Bennett and P.S. W. H. Stockham, and to the chairman by A.D. Bro. R.' J. Stock- ham and V,A. Bro. J. E. Arnold, brought to a close a most enjoyable evening.

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Swansea Valley Notes. I

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Pontypridd Notes.

Great Strike at Mond Nickel…

Skilled in Law.


I Limitation of Rents Acts.


A Soldier and a Gentlema