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NOTES OF THE DAY. :

IMATCHES IN MUNITION FACTORY,…

WORI(INC AN UNFIT KORSE.I

BRITISH AND FOREICN SAILORS'…

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A ,.Factory Assault.

Lieutenant's Tragic Death

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To Burry Port Pacifists.

"Simply Quibbling/' -0

Family Notices

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Fire at a Munition Dump

I THE "BHOYS" OF THE LABOUR…

WOMAN'S BAD RECORD.j

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WOMAN'S BAD RECORD. Elizabeth Evans, Station road, against whom numerous convictions were repo-rt- ed, was proceeded against at the Police Court for being drunk and disorderly on October 3rd. P.C. B. Roberts said he saw the de- fendant lying on the pavement. She was in a drunken state and was quarrelling with her husband. I Defendant said she went to a place of amusement and her husband struck her, in consequence of which* she went to search for a constable. She had not touched a drop of drink since she was last before the Court. P.C. M. Hull said he saw defendant very drunk and staggering about the road. Defendant was sent to prison for a month.

THE VISIT OF LORD ROBERTS.\

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ASTERISKS.

I ST. JOHN NURSING BRIGADE.

.Water for Burry Port. I II