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YSTALYEERA. I Lieut. Archie Smith, son of Jir-. ami Mrs. Smith., The Vine, Ystalyfera, who has been in Egypt for two years, has been promoted as Staff Officer to the Military Railway. Prior to enlisting, Lieut. Smith was engaged as a. cashier at the Cambrian Mercantile Colliery, Ystalyfera. Twenty-two birds, the property of the Ystalyfera Flying Club, took part in a race on Saturday. The birds were liber- ated at Shrewsbury at two o'clock, a.nd Ihc first bird reached home iu 2 hours t minutes. This belonged to Mr. 'Dcwid Vanghan, to whom the first prize was awarded, together with the second prJ7.e for the second bird that came in. the third prize went to Mr. Jos. Evans, of Morriston. The distance from Shrews- bury to Ystalyfera is about 80 miles. chair eisteddfod as held at the IJrill Hall. Cvvmt. cn ft Ystalyfera. or. Saturday, to erect a public hall in the locality There was a splendid attendance. The conductor Wae "Dyfnallt." of Carmarthen

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