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PORT TALBOT. The President (Mr. Thos. GriSxthis) ad- d ros8e<l the first meeting of the Grove- place Literary Society on Thursday night on the objects of literary societies. A :flag day in aid of Neath War Hos- pital was held at Aberavon and Port: lalbot on .Sa> ui\iay, organised by the Aberavon and Margam Joint Com- mittees. Eighty ladies undertook the sale of Hags with very satisfac- tory results, the amount realised and handed over to the hospital being £112 ,138. 6d. The arrangements were in the hands of Councillor T. S. Goslin (mayor of Aberavon), Councillor LI. H. Nicholas (chairman Margam Council), Lemuel J-01--tc,,s (chairman Neath Board of Guard- ians), and Mrs. Percy Jacob, with Messrs3. David T. Jenkins (Aberavon) and Hopkin Morgan (Port Talbot) as joint secretaries. Traffic at Port Talbot docks last week was aB followf,Exports-Coal and coke, 27,821 tons; fuel, 3,969 tons; angles, 1,166 tonfl; basic slag, 85 tons; making a total of 3:3,041 tons. Imports were 2,803 tons, being—iron ore, 1,321; pitwood, 554; stones, 88; ballast, 140; billets, 700. The total tonnage was 35,814, compared with 40,515 in the corresponding week last year. ————— —————

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