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-I MOTES AND COMMENTS.!

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 ! -…

DRUNK I N A S H E LT E Fl.…

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RECRUITING iN WALES. j

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"I STOLE THE LOT" I

EAST ISLINGTON ELECTION.!…

A PENNY TOO MUCH. !

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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? PRO-GERMAN PRAYERS." At the meeting of the Swansea Enerlish Free Church Council, held at Fabiaus Bay on Tesday evening, time Rev. A. Beynon Phillips craned a. discussion with regard to the weekly united prayer meetings at A r gyle. In the course of his rpmarkg, he said he did not object to other people holding their opinion, but the prayers recently had been of a pacifist nature; in fact, they could be called fro-Geryraii prayers." They might be sincere in asking (:W:h5 pardon for en- tering this conflict. but, personally, he thallj\cå God that we had been given the opportunity to this menace from the world. (Lpplr-use.) Mr Phillips remarked also that the at- tenilallcoat the meetings was getting smal- Jet-, and suggested the establishment of prayer centres" in various parts of the tOW! The Chairman (Aid Rd Martin) followed this up with the suggestion that the meet- ing be an itinerant one, and proposed that the matter be left in the hands of the Exe- cutive- This was agreed to

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