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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

THE VISIT OF LORD ROBERTS.\

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THE VISIT OF LORD ROBERTS. To the Editor of the "Star." I Sir, In the "Asterisks" column of the "Llanelly Star" last week the statement is made that eleven years ago to last week (i.e., week ending Sept. 22nd) Lord Roberts paid a visit to Llanelly. My own impression at the time of read- ing the paragraph was that it was twelve, and not eleven years ago that Lord Roberts visited the town, namely in 1905, and in August of that year. Since read- ing the paragraph I find on looking through a diary for 1905, that my impres- sion was quite correct, for Lord Roberts came here on Saturday, August 26th, j 1905, so that the visit was certainly not made in September, 1906. But we are in I agreement as regards the state of the I weather upon that never to be forgotten j| occasion. Very wet I am, etc., ) am, ete., Ii Oct. 3rd, 1917. VERAX. ["Verax" is correct, and for once (!) I the "Star" wawrong. Editor.] ¡

! B.W.T.A.

ASTERISKS.

I ST. JOHN NURSING BRIGADE.

.Water for Burry Port. I II