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I OMINOUS RUMOURS, Ii

I A STRIKING AUSTRIAN TRIBUTE

! SWANSEA'S BOROUGH IMEMBER

ISWANSEA NURSE ___I

"NOTHiNG BUT STARVATION."I

I AT A COMRADE'S CRAVE.I

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CLAN LINERS FATE. I

I -————————-"—— f I -HIS WAGES.I

P0NTARDAWE COUNCIL AND MR,…

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P0NTARDAWE COUNCIL AND MR, COUTTS. l REFUSED PERMISSION FOR RED CROSS CONCERT. PUBLIC MEETING ENTERS A I PROTEST. A meeting was held at the Pontardawe Pavilion on Sa,tuiday evening to show sym- pathy with MT. Will. Contts in the manner in which it was stated he has been treated by the Pontardawe Council, on account of Suii,clav be';iig held for the Red Cross Society and the Prisoners of War Fund. Mr. W. Forbes presided over an enthu¡Ùlùt:,C gathering. At the outlet a letter was read from C cnciUor Owen Da vies regretting his inability to attend, but stating he was ill sympathy with the object of the meeting, and was d-isgust-d at the Council refusing to grant permit-on lo hold a, benent for such a deserving cause. Mr. Bert Howell appealed to the meechie to nay round and support Mr. Coutts in his attempt to have the license renewed. Mr Coutts, lie said, had come to Pontardawe and had spent a great- cie.al of money there He had supported local charities, and he had p.MI the free use of the hall when- ever an appeal was made. The manage- ment of the Pavilion, had received an appeal for assistance from the Red Cross Society and they applied for permission to hold a Sunday benefit, and the Council refused to grant it. However, the management could not -resist an appeal from such a deserving cause, and they held an exhibition of non inflammable films. Mr. T. Jeremiah (secretary, Steel Shelt- er*) said he was disgusted with the PontaT- dawe Council. He had heard of mainy cases of our soldiers having to lie wounded on the battlefield for many hours through the lack of Red Cross appliances at that spot. Now the Pontardawe Council were the meaJnG of stopping- a sum of money going to do such good work. a Mr. ftioherd Jones also spoke, and Mr. Phil Hopkins suggested that the meeting should demand that the Council renew the license. \f J 1.d It was decided that Ifr. Jeremiah should attend the next Council meeting and place the views of the meeting before the mem- bers and ask. for the renewal of the license.

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,"SWANSEA GIRL STUDENTS.

WATER -O;- THE MULES. - I

VICTIM OF LIFEBOAT DISASTER.-t

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RAILWAYMEN WITH THE COLOURS.I…

SWANSEA GUARDIANS OFFICIALS'…

PRO GERMANS IN LONDON.I

SOBERED BY EXPERIENCE.

NEW SWANSEA CONCERN. j

VONPAPENS PAPERS

"ON THE UPWARD TREND."

BRITON FERRY PRESENTATION.

LLANSAMLET VACANCY.

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