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IHIT BY THE WAR. I

GLANTAWE MONEY SOCIETY.

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.PONTARDAWE TRIBUNAL. I

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PONTARDAWE TRIBUNAL. I At Pon tarda we Tribunal on Tuesday, attention was called to the cases of a tin- plater, a furnaceman, and a grocer's assistant, who had been passed by -he Swan.-ea Medical Board as being in Class A. The three men had applied for re- i examination a month ago, and after undergoing examination by the Cardiff Medical Board two were placed in Class C2 and the third was rejected as being unfit for service. Che Chairman said it was strange that the three men should be placed in much lower categories in Cardiff. The military representative said mat- ters were very unsatisfactory, A colliery director from Cwmllynfell appealed for exemption. He wrote how- ever expressing inability to attend on account of lein, ip,,London. A letter received by the clerk was 'o the effect that appellant's case had been | dealt with by the Colliery Court ana had been granted exemption. Several members failed to see what j jurisdiction the Colliery Court had over the case. It was said that the appli- cant was always riding about in a motor- car. One of his brothers had be-en killed in Franee recently. The case was adjourned for a month so that the clerk ",nd the military repre- sentative could make inquiries.

RASH THING TO 00.

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OUR ARMYI

USE OF THE KN IFE. :I

-BUYERS -OF SHORTHORNS. )

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IIMR. W. BRACE I

DOGS OF THE POOR. i

LLANDILO TEACHERS. !

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CARMARTHEN TEACHERS

- - - __- - THE TINPLATE TRADE.

- - SUNDAY MEETINGS.

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