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AMMANFORD.

MAN, WIFE, AND THREE CHILDREN…

THE OLD GUARD.

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THE OLD GUARD. Private Evan Roderick, the well-known Margam marksman and successful com- petitor at Bisley and the Glamorgan County meeting, has made an excellent suggestion to the Chairman of the Margam District Council, pointing out the number of ex-Volunteers, Territorials and Service men, over the age of enlistment, who can- not altogether forsake their occupation and workshops to enlist in the National Reserve companies for one year during the war, but are still quite prepared to J share their time between getting fit to aid their country and keeping in touch with their occupations. Mr. Roderick suggests that overtures be made to the War Office j that such men should attend at least two drills per week, and should he liable to be sent when tit to any part of the conutry to help to repel invaders, on the under- standing that they return when such danger is over; that they wear at all times when not following their occupation an uniform or distinguished badge, and that they use all personal interest to aid recruiting; and that one man be at all times kept on duty (taken in rotation) with facilities for the immediate mobilisa- tion of the whole.

CANTON (OHIO) AND THE WAR.

THE SHORTEST DAY.

WHEN CHReST CAME--AND -NOW.-

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