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I PONTfcOTTYN-. — 4- A DESERTER.—A deserter, who had been missing from, his regiment for two years, was brought before Mr John Evans at Pontypridd Police- court on Friday. His name was Arthur Yeomans, a haulier, at Pont- lottyn, and was charged with desert- ing from the R.F.A. at Preston as far back as February 15, 1915. He gave himself up to Inspector J. L. Rees at Pontypridd Police-stadon. Yeomans was remanded to await an escort. CHANGE."—We wish to remind our readers that a further perform- ance will be given at the Cosy Cinema on Wednesday evening next of the interesting drama Change." The local Dramatic Society, who have done so much self-sacrificing work on be- half of War Charities here, with their usual readiness, kindly came forward to assist the Pontlottyn War Memorial Fund, by giving this special performance. The noble object oan scarcely fail to attract a crowded audience.

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