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NEWSPAPER PRESS Fulio At a. meeting of the South Wales and Monmouthshire br.auch of the Newspaper Press Fuwl on Saturday, Mr. William E. Pegg presiding, Mr. W. C. Folden was ap- pointed chairman, and Mr. G. F. Hill secre- tary. The following wero elected on the committee —Cardiff. Keesre. J. Smurth- waite, William }1, Pegg. J. Kemp Foster, J. R Stephen?, and H. A. Davies. Newport: Messrs. Charles I. Mills and J. Hopkins. West Wales Ifesors. P. Shuttlewood and P. F. Smith. It was reported that the dis- trict contributed f,118 in 1914 to the fund, a record fiyure. Ddriujr 1914 the fund (lis- persed no less than £ 7,062 in grants and pensions, this being also a record. Cordial appreciation wm expressed for the kindness of the following loail donorsLieutenant- colonel David Davies, M.P., Lord Dynevor, Sir Stafford Howard. Mr. R. E. Jones, Sir I John Llewelyn, the Eight Hon. Sir Alfred Mond, Bart. M.P., Mr. Mervyn Peel, J.P., Sir

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