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HAY. I 21 varieties of garden-seeds for 2/6 (all tested- carriage paid).—Lane, Peterchurch. 416 FLAG DAY.—No less than X10 was realised here on "Welsh Flag Day." PERSONAL.—Corporal Gilbert Giles (High Town) who was wounded in the legs some months ago, continues to make satisfactory progress. WHIST-DRIVE.—Last week's whist-drive, to provide funds for the recently organised Red Cross working party, proved a gratifying success. GALLIPOLI EXPERIENCES.—Private F. Williams (1st Herefords), Castle street, has just been home and narrates some terrible experiences in Galli- poli. IMPERIAL SERVICE.—Private T. Probert (wye- side Cottages, and who joined the Brecknocks a year ago, has been home before leaving for im- perial service. ON LEAVE.—Pte. Leonard Cater, 26th (Bank- ers5) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, and of The Pave- ment, was home on leave recently and looked ex- ceedingly fit and well. LECTURE.—An interesting lecture was given by Mr T. Southwick at Cusop Church Room on Tuesday. The lecture was given in connection with the Church Missionary Society, and was accompanied by lantern pictures. A collection was taken in aid of the society's funds. PERSONAL.—Pte. Bernard Jones (son of Mr S. M. Jones, tailor, and now of the 11th Battalion, S.W.B. (2nd Gwent) has been wounded. He was shot through the back, and the bullet came out through his chest. He is now in hospital in France, and recovering as well as can be ex- pected. PRESBYTERIAN CHI-RC-E.-ReV. T. Jones-Parry, M.A., B.D.. Ph.D., occupied the pulpit at this church on Sunday. The rev. gentleman is a member of the ministerial unit stationed at Llandrindod Wells. He preached at Priory Wood in the afternoon and evening, and in both churches his discourses were much appreciated. TRIBUNAL.—Painscastle Tribunal heard several more cases at Hay to-day (Wednesday). AFFILIATION ORDER.—At Bredwardine petty sessions, on Monday, before Messrs. W. Mor- timer Baylis and C. E. Tunnard-Moore, a fur- ther application from Annie Louisa Phillips, Bul- len's Bank, Clifford, for an affiliation order against John Bowen. Hawkeswood farm, Hard- wicke, Clifford, was .heard. Mr E. L. Wallis, Hereford, appeared for complainant, and Mr E. Powell-Careless, Llandrindod Wells, for defend- ant. An order of 3/6 per week was made. BREDWARDINF. TRIBUNAL.—At a meeting of this Tribunal, held at the Council Offices on Monday, there were present Mr D. F. Powell (chairman), Rev. G. Leigh Spencer, Messrs. H. Yorath, R. T. Breeze, Dd. Wall, D. A. Prosser, J. Hargest, T. E. Williams (representing the military au- thority) and A. Howard (acting-clerk). Out of the '22 applications for exemption nine were granted, three appellants given conditional ex- emptions, eight temporary exemptions, and the remaining two refused. TRIBUNAL MEET.—A meeting of Painscastle Tribunal was held at the Council Offices on Mon- day, when there were present Col. Beavan (chair- man), Revs. Hubert G. Griffith and Dd. Morgan, and Messrs. J. Davies, W. Moses, A. Challoner, Edwin Lewis and A. Howard (acting-clerk). Mr T. Halstead represented the military authority. Thirty-one cases were considered and thirteen absolute exemptions granted. Seven applicants were allowed temporary exemption, and, in the remaining eleven cases, the applications were re- fused. TOWN TRIBUNAL.—A meeting of the Town Trbunal was held in the Council Rooms on Fri- day. Members present were the Rev. J. J. de Winton (in the chair). -NIessrs. F. Cadman, Jas. Cater, Fred Davies, Jas. Evans, J. M. Maddy, T. E. James (clerk), and the military representa- tive (Mr Reece Morris). A member stated that, in the whole of the district, there would only be one conscrript. The Tribunal dealt with two applications for absolute exemption which were received too late to be considered at last sitting. Rev. J. J. de Winton was voted to the chair in place of Mr J. Morgan (resigned). The cases received considerable consideration. One was exempted till April 30th, and the other refused.

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