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CLYDACH. At a eon!iK'lilive mretin;? under the uuspiccs of the Reception Committee at I th0. Pul.die Ball on Tjllir;da.r. MI'. D. C, Thomas presided. Miss Gladys Thomas, of Trobaiios, was the winner of the open rcoit.?inn compebtion. and Mies Iiuth Jones (Crai«p»tnpnro), the oniy competi- 'tut. wan ¡wa¡-dtrl the' IJJ"iz(' in th:i open eolo competition, l'te. H. Pearse (WN cwstor liegiinelit) and Pte. W. J.» Miller (Cheshire Regiment) were the recipients (If gill! Live and Let Live M'nd us u long letter, which We are sorry we have no xpace for, pretesting against what he alleglel, to be the unti-Catliolic trend <>f c'trhiin books bi'ouglit home by his child from icliool, and calls for their ilu- jn^dhiif: withdr.iwill. School managers iiiivht note thp comploint and investigate. The Wounded euldiera at the Quarr 1 Hospital were entertained by the Ynys- taWo Mule Voice Party on Friday. Mr. E. J, ILughson presided. The following ¡.I¡;, eomubuhvl: Frail- cis (Mnnfnmift). and At. Morgan; Messrs. Noftli and Ivor Hopkins, Walter Lewis, and lorwerth Williams, T'lie choral sc- lec'tlona included Un the Ramparts," "Little Church," "Awn i ben yr Wyddfa Fawt." and Comrailes ih 4rirH.M ,M. Aaron was the accompanist. Mr. Edgar J, RUSMMI, yuungi-'st otl of Mr. David ■Ru.tpel'i. of Chestnut Villus. Clydueh and manager of the Park Tin- piafe Works, obtained a comnii^ion hnrifiK been gazetted seeond-lieute^ant te. the South Wales BoNlerers. i oun WAR ATMS. At a very largely ut tended meeting held at the Public Hall, Clydaeh, on Monciny Evening, Messrs. J. Ilugli Edwards, M.P., G. W, Currie, M.P. (LeWl*\ and W. P, Wil- (9on (London) ppoke on the Wat AiloR of 3tr. AV. J. Britain and her Allies, Mr, W. J. Percy Player, J.P. (Wornfadog) presided. Mr. W. P. Cnrric, who several times interrupted, fjuotrd the Prime Minister a* having Srtid that there were many people who were mote anxious to i end the war than to win it. But it was de- sirous in the interest of the people of country that we should win the war, with more emphasis tipoft the winding ef the war tliffi upon the ending of U. < Mr. Hugh T!dwar/ir<, wno wa' also intet- f.Jpted, Raid he ffr. irot there to glorify war for war's sake; no one bfit a lunatic w ould hclieve in war for war' Were the Allies to be deicr.tcd, it would a knock- out biow to democracy for many a gent-ra- t,icn to come. (

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