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I TO COST BETWEEN I 15-000

WHY YOU ARE WEAR-j ING YOURSELF…

MR. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS

IMYSTERY OF THE SEA.I

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I LABOUR CONGRESS VOTE.I

I! AS HIS FATHER DID.!

"UNDER THE CLOAK OF ! RELIGION."…

-",-,-I COMMISSION FOR ST.…

! ! ITHE SUBLIME HUN. I -…

NO MORE TWOPENNY" NIPS,"

SWANSEA ADVISORY ICOMMITTEE.…

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SWANSEA ADVISORY COMMITTEE. CONSIDERABLE BATCH i OF APPLICATIONS. i 1 here are calculated to be 3,000 single men There are t.'akuJatcd (0 bt' 3,000 mûTl 'I' .It Swansea who are unattested. This figure supplied by one well able to judge and in the closest touch with recruiting work. GrollpG 2 to 9 have bean already called ¡JP Rfid the Swansea Advisory Committee met for the first tirn" on Monday to con- sider the applications tor placing in later groups. About 200 applications of this char- acter were received and the committee was Kept busy for five hours at a. stretch. This committee advisee Major Harries., the military representative, whose decision is final so far as this committee is concerned. Dissatisfied annlimiit., Vin.v-<> tlio nf APPEALING TO THE LOCAL I TRIBUNAL I (vluch will mcet later this week), but neither ot the committees have any powers beyond placing into later groups. No man can be excused. It should be emphasised that only appli- cations in respect of groups called up are necessary. Others belonging to later groups need not ma.ke any application until their groups are called up. Major Harries, on Tuesday morning. told the "Pt." representative that his power was limited to extending for 10 groups be- yond the actual to which a niaii belongs, though he could nut extend for longer than eight, reckoned irom tho last group called up. Thus for Group 9 an extension of eight; groups could be made, though with Group 6 a man could be placed in Group 16. Every application is strictly considered on its merits. EDUCATION COMMITTEE S REFUSAL, Major Harries, questioned about the local j Education Committee's refusal to allow him a male teacher as clerk, said he only wanted someone who was practically acquainted with the details of the work. and as the teachers had rendered such valuable service he. thought one would be useful. He did not.. object, however, to the decision, which he treats quite lightly, and explained that he ha,d no doubt he wou ld be able to secure just the services he required in another di-1 rection. The War Office would pay for the as- sistance. and provided he got the assistance indicated he was quite satisfied. THE ARMLETS. Those men who have attested and have J not yet received armlets can ha.e same, to- gether with the white cards. by calling at the office No. 10, Union-street.

COOLNESS OF THEI CAPTAIN.¡…

- n ¡ WOULD-BE PORTIA. !

■ 1 "NO CHANCE IN LIFE."|

I GIRL WHO TOOK THE WRONGII…

J ACIO SHORTAGE AT TINPLATE,…

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CABLES TO CWMBWRLA.

I "WOULD HAVE BEENI !STRUNG…

CRAY WATER FOR MUMBLES.-I

LLANCYFELACH WILL.-I

THE GALLIPOLI FEA.T1

! THE MEN TO BE I jHONOURED.

IAT OLD LANDORE i WORKS.-i

EATING WHAT YOU LIKE! -I

I PAINTER FROM BATH. !

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REQUEST REFUSED, -!

COMPLIMENT TO THE SERGEANT.

|HADN'T GOT IT.I

RESIGNATION IN ORDER. I

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MORE LIGHT WANTED.'

: CHARGES AGAINST I. OFFICIALS.

SISTER DIDN'T RECOGNISE HIM.…

joHN BERLIN.-

, " TO BAD TEMPER—10«."

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