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GORSEINON. I A concert arranged by the Excelsior OkQ Party (conductor Mr. E. Maddock) was given at Libanns Hull, Gorscinott, on Tuesday evening, The Rev. Taltan Davies presided, und other musical items were given by the Misses A. Williams and Bossie Rees, Messrs. D. R. Evans, It. IV, ii. ters, and J. Thomas. Proceeds vjero ill | aid of the Libanus iuud for their soldier j| aud sailor laovo. i | Ph-s. Hryu Davies and TOlll Jones, I Webdi Regiment, wel-e presented rtt | E'tcnener .on Friday by Sister M. Davies, »{t:d Ci'i. mi beiullf of the Riceptiotr Coiumiftte, Rev, D. H. Tht;a)Ti9<pa?tut') :'i??dpd.i?nithb t'uUo?m?cuittt'ihUted' HI i h pI'rtï1U1me :-Miii" Q?ladys Da vice, R.A.M., Katie Boweii, M. A. j I Jones, and Mr. Dd Jenkins. District meetings in connection with the West Wuk'? Associatoli w?rf held at Koddfa. In the afternuoti the Rev. J. i H. Davie- S:lo:«m. Klllav. presided, About 30 Attended, and an addrces oil the Sunday School was given by Mr. J, Wit. liams, Gowerton. The Rev. D. H. Davits, Cariliel, Potttlliw, preached at the evening service. The secretary was Mr. T. II. Jones, f.ciiar(Iiiluis. Mrs. Penry. of Sheffield, delivered a I Food Adulteration" ut the Institute. Gorseinon oil Thursday evening. At a tea and reception meeting held at Scion Baptist Chapel, tho pastor (Rev, M. J. J ones) presiding, a welcome was accorded A.ili'tj E. J. Hull, Stanley Jones (both survivors of H.M.S. Drakp). J. Matl'iiewf* and Ptes. Joseph JoIica and NIV. -J. Pro the roe. Suitable presents were given. Official news has been received by his sister, Mfs. D. So wen, Alexandra-road, j Gorseinon, that Sergt Dicit Bevan lieen killed in action oil the western front. niediately on the outbreak of war. Ho ati iall I-otill'i athlete, 1111.1 pluye 1 Rugby fot- Gotseinon in his day. He was previously employed ut the Gtoveeernl Steel N'ews has been received that Sergt. Jobtn-oh of the Welsh Guards, bus been awarded the Military Medal for ga 1 hintr.v | on tJl( field. He will be remembered us i' C Joh'nson of file county jnilice, tn\ merly stationed under Supt. I/ethereii nf (iorseinon. Sergt Johnson joined the Welsh Guards on their formation. '>- otJH WAR AIMS. i At the Institute, Goi'eemon, on Friday evening Dr, Tr.iilord Mitchell presided over a War Attlif meeting. Mr, Me Cailard dealt with War Aims" from every culieeivable efaiidjioint. Mr. Clem Edwards, M.P., emphasised the fact that our W ar Aims" remaihod to-duy what (bey wero in the momentous days of August, lttlb Miners as a whole, lie commented, were staunch and loyal, avo and willing to fill Up the gaps made in that 73,000 v ho volunteered for the honour of democratic principles as ap- plied to the ordering of human affairs, j I.P,t i,ie I)tAllot for ttir,)iigli it the miners will vindicate their eluim to be worthy citizens of a great empire

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