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f BURGH GROVE.

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I BRITON FERRY. I

I I GLYN-MEATH.I

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INEATH ABBEY. !

PORT -TALBOT.I

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PORT TALBOT. I Traffic at Port Talbot Docks during last week was as followsExports: Coal and coke 18,128, patent fuel 6721 angles 2,983, making a total of 2S,132. Imports were 4,051, comprising iron ore 2.575, stones 190 pitch 635, copper ore 651. The total tonnage was 32,183 compared with 44,231 in the corresponding week of last year. Capt. Humphrey'Jones, harbqur-iuagtcr, Port Talbot, has heard from Captain F. H. Gpthing, a native of Aberavon, that he had been notified by the Admiralty that tl King had been pleased to approve of the award of the Distinguished Service Cross. He had also received from Lloyd's a silver medal and certificate and also a cheque from the Directors of Shipping. Capt. Gething, who is a brother of Mr. Gething (North's Navigation) was invested at Buckingham Palace on Saturday. At Aberavon on Monday, Bdward McCann, Mark MeCann, Thoe. Keog-h and George Scott, of Port Talbot, were charged with trespassing in pursuit of conies on Margam moors. Sergt. W. H. Pin.cott mi-4 that Rocompanied by a keeper lie found the four men together. Ed wand McCann had a whippet, and a rabbit was found on him, and nets and a ferret bag on Scott. At first they refused their names and addresses, and Edward I McCaWt wanted to fight. Defendants de- g0ol%1%iXwl. but xc. flued M eaok.

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A HAPPY CHILD IN A < FEW HOURS.

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