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APPEAL TRIBUNAL ——II>

MUNITIONS COURT. I

SIR JOHN SIMON. I - I

THE IV.ABIP-IOGION. j

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THE CHAPLAIN'S WIFE.I ! -…

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RECRUITING iN WALES. j

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"I STOLE THE LOT" I

EAST ISLINGTON ELECTION.!…

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A LI EN SAT LARGE.

DEATH OF SWAMSEA CURATE |…

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ENDANGERED LIVIS. 1 -&IJ

A LABOUR CANDIDATE.

GLYNCORRWG COUNCIL. I

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GLYNCORRWG COUNCIL. I A meeting of tli« Glyncorrwg Urban District Council was held on Tuesday evening, Mr. Jno. Jones presiding. The Surveyor (Mr. W. P. Jones) re- I --o had I-),een d'DTIl,' ported that much damage had been done to the sewer by persons throwing rubbish into th9 manholes. It was decided to in- struct the police to investigate the matter with a view to prosecution. The Clerk (Mr. Edward Powell) read a letter from Mr. Lowther, general manager of the Port Talbot Docks and Railway Company, which stated that the Board ot Trade had sanctioned the running of a passenger service between G'yncorrwg and Cymmer. The Chairman gave the result of an in- terview which he and Mr. Wm. Jenkins had fead with Mr. Lowther, and it was hoped that the service would be estab- lished before Christmas. j

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ALLOTMENT TENURE.

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COUNTY FOOD PRICES.

MALTHOUSES GUTTED.

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