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The Theatre Royal.

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I Briton Ferry Notes.

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Briton Ferry Notes. An Impression. Briton Ferry 1.1..P. was well represented at Swansea on Sunday last. The contingent num- bered about 65. The visit was well repaid, if only to feel the thrill when Mr. Macdonald an- nounced that the Government had granted pass- ports for Russia. Walking down in a body from Neath we created an impression. One good dame thought we were some choir; but the P. C. who eyed us from the Police Station steps, over which many C.O.'s Ifave passed had no doubts at all. He fully realised that we represented "the little Germany in Wales." A Ct eer Holiday. -? Y*. I I ?mi.sun Monday passed nit rather unusually. There were no tea-fights no processions. The ? children were disappointed, Lord Devonport pre- vailed. I Why Not? It lias not come to my knowledge that any of the local piti-lot,,s "-betiveeia 41 and 50 have yet joined up. I know not why, since the" if" crutch has been smashed to smithereens. Pro- bably now 0.0's will have a better chance of being understood, and "shirker" and "coward" may cease to have a meaning, unless applied to those who are ignoring the great opportunity.

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Protected -Occupations. I

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Mr. J. R. Macdonaid, M. P.,…

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FOOD PRICES: TIME FOR ACTION.

IAN OPEN LETTER TO THE DEMOCRATS…