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WELCOME GIFTS. I The matron of the British Red Cross Auxiliary Hospital at Baglan Hall, Britollfcrry, wishes to acknowledge the following gifts kindly sent in December: Mr. Crews, bread; Mrs. Congdon, cakes; Messrs. Cadbury, chocolates; Mr. Davies, meat; Mrs. David, cakes; Mr. Gower, fi-oiir, Mrs. Hallowes, sweets; Mrs. Hill, tea; Mrs. Harry, butter; Mr. J "mes. bread; Mrs. Jacob, cakes, fruit, cigar- ettes; Misa Jenkins, cakes; Mrs. R, W. Llewellyn, fruit and vegetables; Mr. Llewellyn, rabbits; Mr. G. D. Loveluck chemist, daily papars; Mr. and Mrs. McEwen, shortbread; Miss Roberts, mirice pies and cakes; Mrs. Roberts, bieud; Miss Sapii, bread; Mrs. J. M. Smith, caks; Mrs. Schwenk, ham and cheese; Miss Talbot, vegetables, pheasants, and Christmas cakes: Miss Tennant, eggs; Mrs. Williams, buttpr and rabbits; Mr. WoodI?Y, meat; Miss Yeo, cigy vette hshtar?; SL AUrji* Church children, I X

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