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ABERAVON AND RED CROSS. I On Saturday, Aberavoa, Port Talbot and district devoted its energies and financial assistance to a flag day in aid of. the local voluntary aid detachment of the Red Cross Society. The proceeds will be devoted to providing uniforms and equip- ment for the local detachment, which numbers about 100, chietiv railway men, all well qualified in ambulance work. The detachment will be always on call to reader any assistance for the removal of wounded soldiers at any place between Newport and Llanelly. The event was splendidly organised by a committee, con- fisting of Councillor Edward Lowther (chairman), Councillor John David (treasurer), Councillor W. B. Hallows (district secretary), Mr. Edwin James Thomas (detachment secretary), Mr. R. J. Williams (financial secretary). Messrs. Dd. Jenkins, Geo. O'Sullivan. and E. Merchant Jenkins. A magnificent band of lady sellers worked indefatigably throughout the day, with the result that tl40 was realised, made up as follows:—Aberavon-Port Talbot, £98tet. 10d.; Cymmer, Glyno corrwg, and Blaengnvynfi, £ 20; Pyle, £ 13 17s. 6d.; Cwmavon, ES 17s. 8d. During the evening the Aheravon St. Mary?s Military Band, under the c?on-I ductorship of Mr. Charles Vowles, paraded the streets in aid of the mov? ment. These Who Helped. The names of the flag sellers and the amounts realised were as followsMiss j Jessie Grant and Miss Cann, £ S 0s. 7d.;| Miss Lowther and Mise H. David, Miss i Williams, Miss, Gibb and Miss D. James,; S7 7s. 6d.; Mies David and Mia-, Ware, £6 I. 18s 4d.; Miss L. Webster and Miss G. Emery. £ t 4s. 3d.; Miss G. Burgees and Miss Marshall, £ 4 11)s. 3d.; Miss D. Jones. Miss G. Cound. 1:5 10s. 4d.; Miss L. Griffiths, £ 3; Miss E. Edwards. B2 16s. 9d.; Miss A. Phillips and Mies D. Harris, El 6s. 4d.; Mies Jenkins, Miss Sbenton, S2 Is 3d.; Mks Loveluek, Miss Walsh. £2 1te. 7id.; Mies E. John, Miss H. Stephens, S2 3s. 1d.; Misses Loveluck. Cl 10s. did.; Miss D. Thomas, Miss Smith, £ 4 54. 9d.; Miss Heyoock and Miss 1. Llewellyn, £ 1 12s.; Miss Price, £1 4s. Md.; Miss Baker, Miss Phillips. 13 18s. lJd.; Miss Field- ing, Miss Jenkin8.,£ 13s. 6d.; Miss Jacob, Miss Jonce, 12 12s. Id.; Misses Smith, R3 las. 7ld.: Miss Bond, Miss Roderick Cl 3s. id: Miss Jenkins, Miss Brockle- bank, £ 3 16s. Od.; Miss Day, 9s. 5d.; Miss 4liaw, t2; Mrs. Percy Jacob, t3; Miss ?tone, £1 18s. 5d.; Miss K. Davies, 10^d.; Miss David, Mi&s E. Cound, C4 12s. 8d.; Mies Grant, Miss Cound, S2 OS. I' 7d.; Mr. Smith and P.S. Tarr (Glyn- eorrwg) £ 20; Miss Howells (Pyle), £13 17s. id.; Mr. Morgan (Cwmavon), S8 17s. 8d.; Miss Vaughan, 10s. 'd.

MELI NCRYTHAN GIRL'S SECONDI…

SHATTERED NERVES LEAD TOI…

TREATING THE SENTRY.

"A PROMPT RESPONSE." I -!

WOUNDED, BUT CHEERFUL. I

DUNVANT MEN WOUNDED. I

PORT TALBOT ALIEN FINED. I

I POULTRY FARM ON HOUSE TOP.

IABERAVON HOSPITAL. I

I'-.I- -I ABERAVON FLAG DAY.…

I-SKEWEN HERO'S HOplE-COMING.

I ABERAVON LEASEHOLD SOLD.

RISKED NINETY LIVES FOR AI…

rAN YSTRADGYNLAIS SUFFERER.I

IPLUCKY SWANSEA LADY.

1 A BAGLAN TRESPASS.

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I I DANISH FUNERAL SERVICE…

VANGUARD'S RUSH THROUGH I…

I VALUE OF CLOSING ORDER.…

IBOY PUSHED INTO RESERVOIR.…

WASTED JOURNEYS. I

FUNERAL OF MR. TOM WILLIAMS,I…

IWAUNWEN MAN WOUNDED.

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NEXT OF KIN.

PORTHCAWL REST CLOSED.

DIED AT THEIR GAMES.

EIGHT HOURS' ACT SUSPENSION,

KING'S IMPORTANT VISITORS.

GARNANT LADY WEDDED.

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