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ABERAVON BLAZE. !

ABERAVON AND RED CROSS. I

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.…

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'I- ABERAVON FLAG DAY. 1 In comparison with other towns through- out the country, Aboravun, Port Talbot, and district have come out exceptionally well over their recent French flag day by realis- ing the magnificent sum of £ 36. The actual sale of flags realised X162. but thanks to I th admirable efforts 'of County Councillor Percy Jacob private donations by the lead- ing industrial Arms of the district brought the amount up to £ 362. The private donar tions were as follows:— Glanavon Garw Colliery Co.. £ 40; Oak- wood Colliery Co., £ 20; Cribb Fawr Colliery Co., £ 20; Cynon Colliery Co., EZO; Imperial .Navigation Colliery Co., £ 20; Messrs. Bald- wins, Ltd.. 120; Mr. S. H. Byass (Mansel Tin- ¡ plate Works), £ 20; Port Talbot Graving Dock Co.. £ 20; Messrs. Vivian and So-is, JS10 10s. Port Talbot Steel Works Co., F,5 5s.; Port Talbot Crown Preserved Coal Co., £ 5-5a. Splendid work in connection with the fund was performed by the committee, consisting of Councillor Percy J aob (chairman), Messrs. David Jenkins, George O'Sullivan, Ernest Tennant, Councillor Bonkin Jones, and Mr. E Marchant Jenkins (hon. secre- tary). A large and enthusiastic army of Lady flag sellers also contributed materially to the success of the patriotic movement.

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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