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| MOTHERS! I Do you wfiiit your little Children to look well and feel strong, then give them t f?*!J ￼ D r. Carter's Children's Nouriisher. I. ¡ A .It is an Ideal Tonic, pleasant to takE), Children taking this Nourisher for 1 a short tittle bt-vou, strong vigorous au-J La«v> per t Bottls. Suh, Ag.L-.jr — ►JOHN OOWEB, M.l'.fi. (rtim Lond and Cheitenhaiu,), Chemist and Phar, macifii, Vaimiiau Street, Llanelly. 8
Quality *rs* w-nsiufcraticn' AT D. MORRIS, M.P.S. Dftpongng and Fa?tty Chemis!, MARKET STRET, (Near Vint's), t-LA?ELLY? ,London and Colonial experience in nfB? Pharm.%c-ies, &nd for four year.. Senior Pharmacist to a large firm of Ohemista in South Africa. All goods of the hightest quality and lowest possible prices. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY DIS- PENSED BY D.M. PERSONALLY Telephone 116. -?-
I AHeged Overcharging at ?t…
I AHeged Overcharging at ?t Alleged V- & ? Burry Port. COUNCILS FIRAI ATTITUDE. 1 At the meeting of the Burry Port Council on Thursday evening, Councillor David Arnold in the chair, Mr. H. B. Jones (Food Inspector) stated that several case;, had come to his notice of overcharging in the place, lie had a settled account in his hand on which al- most every item showed a serious over- charge. "I would like to have your views," said Mr. Jones, "as to the ques- tion of taking proceedings, and as to whether I am to take proceedings with- out bringing the matter before you or the Food Committee. I don't attend the ¡ Food Committee. I would also like to know whether the Food Inspector is to be the Coal Inspector as well. Nearly all the coal-merchants are overcharging by about 3d. per bag. I would like to know what my position is in regard to j this. Coun. Taylor: I take it Mr. Jones would be inspector over everything. Mr. Jones: The Food Committee has nothing to do with the coal question. Conn. W, T, Edmunds: The Food Com- mittee have power to prosecute. Coun. R. T. Hammond: Was it the Council as the committee that appointed Mr. Jones inspector? If that is so-that the Council appointed him-his reports should come hero. Mr. Jones: That is exactly my point. So far as the Food Committee goes I have nothing to do with it. I represent the Council directly as inspector. Coun. W. T. Edmunds: Have you had any instructions from the Food Com- mittee ? Mr. Jones: No instructions, only par- ticulars. Coun. Hammond asked the ruling of the Clerk. The Clerk (Mr. J. Lewis Phillips): I cannot pretend to have studied the Food circulars. Speaking out of book, as it were. I think this is a matter which should be in the hands of "the Food Com- mittee. There is nothing in the orders which tells mo I can take proceedings. Coun. Hammond asked Mr. W. R. ?Leer ) whit the Leyshon (the executive officer) what the position was. Mr. W. H, Leyshon Several infringe- ments have taken place already. Coun. Hammond: Will the committee take action unless we ask it ? Coun. Edmunds: I take it that these complaints will ho submitted to the com- mittee at the next meeting. The Council has appointed them as the authority. Coun. Hammond I understand that the clerk will report to the committee and let them take what action they like. The Clerk No sir, the executive officer will report. Coun. John Davies: A\ hat is the posi- tion of coal merchants \>ho have not been notified of the prices ? Could you prose- cute them without sending them notices ? The Clerk: It is not necessary to give notices. The only thing required is that notices be put in the local press. That was done last week. Mr. John Leyshon: The question is who is to prosecute. Coun. "NY. T. Edmunds. I would like to I know whether the inspector is to make complaints as regards the food situation through the executive officer to the com- mittee or to the Council. If you report them here you cannot discuss it. You have to report to the Food Control Com- mittee, I imagine, as you have specially appointed them. If anyone doc's some- thing in contravention of the orders the Food Committee would take steps ? Coun. Hammond Do you mean to say that the committee has the right to do anything it likes without the consent of the Council ? Coun. Edmunds:* If anyone breaks the law I take it the committee has the power to take the necessary sj^ps. I have no hesitation abt.-ut it. Coun. J. Evans: I take it that a report is made through the executive officer Coun. Hammond 1 think the best plan is to notify the police both with regard to the coal and the food. Coun. J. Leyshon: Could not our in- spector inform the police ? Coun. Edmunds AYho would lie the proseciitor The Clerk The police. Mr H. B. Jones: Bread has been sold at 9td. On the nation of C01. Leyshon it was finally unanimously decided to instruct the inspector to inform the police at once.
Souflct Cases. Clasped Cas»s, Sou"ct CaSt>s. co,Cc' r'rb¡pt:1 C;.¡s, assorted s???s ??'? MIOU75.-Star Stationery Stores.
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I Football at the Frost U 'V l" v.ill. -9" I THE APPEAL FROM LLANELLY BOYS. The recent appeal from Llanelly boys at the front in France for football re- quisites has been taken up by a number of our readers, and Mr. T. R. Mills, i Salutation Hotel, has written to the "hays" for a complete list of what they require. Unfortunately, owing to illness, Mr. Mills has not been able to complete his list of subscriptions, but hopes to do so during the coming week. LNIR. AV. H. Leii-is, York House, has generously come forward with an offer of jE5, and any friends who would like to contribute may do so either to the Editor of the "Star" or to Mr. Mills.
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—- WELL-KNOWN PILOT DEAC. j The funeral took place on Wednesday of Mr. Richard Arnold, Burry Port, a well-known pilot. The deceased who was ever 70 years of age, was highly re- spected.
I CLUB-FOOTED CHILDREN.
I CLUB-FOOTED CHILDREN. During the last three years, the Car- marthen and Pembroke Branch of the national Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, has been the means of having some fifteen children success- fully operated upon for "club-feet," and other deformities. All these children were removed by Inspector Idris Jones to the Royal Children's Hospital, Bristol, v here, under the skilful treatment of the well-known Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Morton, every case was successfully treated to the delight of the parents. The parents thus have the benefit of having their children treated free of expense, unless they can afford contributing to- wards the train-fare. Mr. E. Y. Collier is the hon. see.
People who thoughtlessly gibe at the reckless extravagance and wastage in Government offices are not always justi- fied. Let's be fair to everyone even to the—Ministry of Munitions. That de- partment will not allow the Carmarthen Mental Hospital to purchase one coal scuttle 0li:oii1
i Borough of Llanelly. j HAVE YOU GOT YOUR ,jT YOUR Sugar v^arci ? ;¡ ¡-; ( :r! J Ii) IF NOT, Enquire immediately at the ? ? ? t ?B*?'f''??'??' Q Food Control Offices. A list of Application Forms leceivc-d without addresses will be posted out- side the Offices ia Vaugkan iitreei ON MONDAY. SEE IF YOUR NAME IS THERE. Some persons have not even made applications. Although they are out of date, forms will be considered if sent immediately. Neglect of this Notice by tiiocc affected will mean that they will have no Sugar. HENRY W. SPOAVART, Executive Officer. Food Control Office. Stepney Hall, Llanelly. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION I MESSRS. prDDY and Co., 22, Cowcll — street, have a Aracancy for a smart .young LADY to learn the Drapery Business; Welsh speaking; wages given. WANTED, at once, respectable v AYOMAN to help with housework; two or three days a week. Apply, K., Star Office. W ATED immediately, Young GIHL for tobacconist.—G. H. Rowe, 16, j Station road. WANTED, a COOK-GENERAL; I small family, good wages, no wash- j ing; soldier's v. ire would suit. Apply— Mrs. Spowart, Cair-usmuir.
IKilled ia Action.
I Killed ia Action. V Mr. and Mrs. D. Lewis, 10, AVest End, have been officially informed that their son Pte. T. J. Lewis, of the AYelsh Guards, was killed in action on October 12th. Pte. Lewis who was 24 years of age, enlisted in September, 1916, and had been at the front since last January. Prior to enlisting he was employed as a riser at the Old Castle Tinplate AYorks. He has a brother in the 4th AYelsh in Egypt. AYriting to the young soldier's parents, G.M.S. Oldham, Chaplain to the Forces, says:- The Commanding Officer wishes me to express to you his great appreciation of the way in which your son carried out his duties at all times, and his sympathy with you in your great loss. Your son was killed while carrying rations up in the tronches instantaneously; so that he did not suffer any pain. He was buried in a soldier's grave in the field of battle, and a cross with his name and regiment is being erected to his memory. A service was held for him on the field, attended by the Commanding Officer and others of the Regiment.
I -.._-- - ￼?? t t / A Terrible…
I ￼ ?? t t A Terrible Ordeal. — '?i.?t??.t, 1SPLENDID STORY OF GALLANTRY. Pte. D. J. Roberts, of the 11th Royal AYelsh Fusiliers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Roberts, Marine street, has had the distinction of being mentioned in dispatches for bravery in the field. According to the information which has reached his parents, Pte. Roberts dis- played wonderful gallantry in effecting the rescue, under fire, of two comrades who were lying helpless in a dug-out which had been blown in by a big German shell. One of the unfortunate men died a few hours later. It was a terrible ordeal, through which Pte. Roberts passed in carrying away to a place of safety this poor soldier. The enemy had spotted him and fired after him, and although six shell fell quite near him, he succeeded in his gallant cf- i-t. Having got through the trenches on to the road the men of his company who looked on with amazement shouted to him to keep back, as he was exposing himself to great danger, but Pte. Roberts was deaf to these warnings, and he had hardly cleared the road when two high explosives burst almost at the spot over which he had passed. Pte. Roberts left his comrade in the hands of the doctor, who, along with the 1 C.O., warmly congratulated him upon his great achievement. Pte. Roberts has been at the Front for the past two years He joined up three weeks after the outbreak of war, and, at the time of his enlistment, was employed at the Tinstamping AYorks. I WOUNDED. N ll l it?ti,v -1 1 (? d a l list,. Corpl. Hendy Evans, Military Medallist,, is in hospital in France suffering from shrapnel wound in the right knee. Corpl. Evans is the son of Mr. and Airs. Evans, AYind street, and is one of three brothers serving his country—Sapper T. J. Evans, somewhere in Egypt, auu Gunner D. Evans, with the- R.G.A., stationed at Aldei-shot. FORMER CONSTABLE WOUNDED, Sergt. Frc-d Holland, of the R.F.A has been wounded in the right leg by -,t piece of shell. Before the war he was a member of the local Police Force, and at the time of his enlistment, nearly three years ago, was stationed at Ammanford. Sergt. Holland has been in France nearly two years. His parents reside at No. 1, Arthur street. RECOVERING fROr. TRENCH FEVER. A cheery letter has been received from Pte. D. S. Parry of the Cheshire Regi- r.ent, who after being in hard fighting in France, was removed to hospital muier- ing from trench fever. Pte. Parry before joining up was engaged on the clerieol staff of H.M. Factory, Pemhrcy, and his many friends will be glad to hear thai he is making capital progress. For The benefit of those who would like to hma line we append his address :—Pt<v D. S. Parry (260073), 11th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, L. Co., No. Z Coit- vide see at Dept, c/o A.P.O. (S. I-,I r, c-c
His many Llanelly friends will bo ghd to kncy; that Aid. David Davies is. back :l Swaxypr., fully recovered ami looking his old cheery self again.
I State Purchase.
I State Purchase. w DEFINITE DENIAL OF AN INFAMOUS CHARGE. Mr. A. F. Hirvey, sci retary of the Temperance Legislation L ague, writes to the editor:- My attention has been t 'illcd to state- ments by anonymous correspondents, im- plying that the NI-elsh campaign in sup- port of Mr. Lloyd George s proposal of Stat' Purchase with Loe.tl Option is be- ing carried on by corrupt .seans. As the whole of the official correspon- dence and expenditure in connection with this movement have passed through my hands, allow me to state emphatically that the suggestion is without even the shadow of a foundation. The names of the distinguished AVelshmen on the com- mittee is a guarantee that they would not degrade themselves by attempting to buy support; and the names of the dis- tinguished clergy and ministers who be- long to the movement is likewise a guar- antee that they would not consent to sell their support. The infamous tactics resorted to by the I (jermans in the present war are regarded as proof that they have been defeated, and that they are aware of the fact. Like- wise, the methods adopted by certain op- ponents of the policy of State Purchase with Local Option seem to suggest that they also are fighting a losing battle, 11 t losing battle, and know it. This will explain their tactics, but it does not justify them.
I SIR JOHN SIMON. I
I SIR JOHN SIMON. I Sir John Simon, the ex-Home Secretary, has for a time deserted the Bar in order to do service of a special character with the British Army in France. In so doing he is exhibiting a fine spirit of patriotic devotion. Sir John is easily the foremost figure at the Bar to-day. He is probably the greatest legal intellect of our gener- ation. His fees far exceed those of all the great pleaders and advocates for the past quarter-of-a-cei.liny. One brief of his this year was marked 7,000 guineas. It is rumoured in the Temple that since his return to the Bar, his earnings have averaged t;50,000 a year. Sir John Simon's -father, who hailed from Pem- brokeshire, began life as a draper's assistant in Manchester and left business for the Congregational ministry. Sir John's grandfather was a mason at Llandilo, who was taken by the Lord Cawdor of his day to Pembrokeshire to carry out building work at Staekpolc court. A direct descendant of that Lord Cawdor was recently a pupil in Sir John 'Imon's ebai-nbers i Simon's c h ambers in the Middle Temp l e.
BEYOND HIS FATHER'S CONTROL.…
BEYOND HIS FATHER'S CONTROL. I Joseph Henry Morris, 29, Ralph ter., | who was summoned for stealing a football value £ 1 2s. 6d., the property of Mr. T. H. Evans again appeared before the Juvenile Court on Thursday. Supt. 81. Jones explained that he had not yet made inquiries as to whether the defendant, who only had one arm, could he admitted to a Reformatory School. The Presiding Magistrate (Air. H. Wilkin s) asked the father whether he was still of the opinion that the boy was be- yond his control. Air. Morris replied in the affirmative. The case was further adjourned so that the Superintendent could make the neces- sary inquiries.
TRADESMEN'S ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Tradesmen's Associ- ation will be held on Monday next at the Y.M.C.A. rooms, at 7.45 p.m. All trades- men, other than members, are invited to be present.
IMiniature Rifle Club. ,—o-—
I Miniature Rifle Club. — o -— The annual meeting of the Llanelly Miniature Rifle Club was held at the Range, Murray street, when Mr. Thomas Jones (Caedelyn) presided. The Secretary (Mr. Tudor J. Thomas) in his report, said that the club had pros- pered during the year despite the fact that such a large number of members were serving their country. Fifty com- petitions had been arranged during the year besides these usually held at Xmas, and the fact that the prizes had been divided amongst so many members proved ?tbat the conditions laid down were fair, and that the handicap was good. The Treasurer (Air. Shirra) presented his balance sheet and report, which was considered very satisfactory. Despite the fact that the ammunition had in- creased in price, and that there was a smaller margin of profit on the price charged to members, there had been a small gain in the working of the Club during the year. The Captain (Air. AYalter C. Davies) gave a report of the post matches and the part taken by the Club in the National Team Championship. A letter was read from Alajor Arthur G. Thomas asking the Club to grant the use of half the range and the adjoining rooms to the Carmarthenshire Volunteer Battalion. The Secretary explained that the request had been considered by the executive committee, who recommended that it be granted on condition that the Territorial Association pay their portion for lighting and heating. It was unani- mously decided that the committee's re- commendation he adopted. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to Lady Howard for her continued support of the Cluh, and to all donors of prizes, especially to Mr. A. E. Davies, merchant. The election of ofifcers resulted as fol- loii-s:-Presicient, Lady Howard; secre- tary, Air. Tudor J. Thomas; treasurer, Air. A. Shirra; captain, Air. Walter C. Davies; auditor, Air. A. G. Pullen; com- mittee, Airs Evan Jones, Aliss Alutter, Messrs. AYilliam Davies, A. T. Thomas, R. C. Maddocks, Robt. Hughes, H. AYillis F H. Alore, David Howell, A. C. Rich- mond, Thomas Jones (chairman).
BUTTER. I The Carmarthen Town Council have fixed the wholesale price of butter at 2s. Ocl. for cask, and 2s. 2d. for pats. I
MILK nd. PER QUART. I I
MILK nd. PER QUART. I At a joint conference at Haverfordwest it was decided to fix the price of milk at 5d. per quart until the end of March, 1918.
BIRTH. ROSSER.—On the 27th inst., at Penylan, Bigyn, to Air. and Airs. Ifor Rosser, a son.
ILOCAL VICAR'S APPOINTMENT.…
LOCAL VICAR'S APPOINTMENT. I At the recent convention held in Car- diff, the Rev. D. Ayron Jenkins, M.A. (vicar of Pembrey), was appointed secre- tary for the St. David's Diocese. The Yiear is a double honours man of Oxford, where he won distinction in history and .theology. On leaving Lampeter College he won an £ 80 exhibition at the Univer- sity, and was later history prizeman of Jesus College. Air. Jenkins, as domestic chaplain of the Bishop of St. David's, rendered invaluable service in connection with the AYelsh Church Commission. He is secretary of the St. David's AVelsh Church Joint Committee and examining chaplain of the Bishop of St. David's. The rev. gentleman will be remembered as a former curate of St. Paul's, Llanelly.
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I Exemption Certificates I I AX IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Henry John (30), a married man, who had been classed C 1, at the Burough Tri- bunal on Thursday, said he was employed as a transport worker by Rogers and Bright, which was a reserved occupation. "There is a shortage of men," added ap- pellant. Aid. Nathan Griffiths: Yes, but there is also a shortage of vessels as well. Replying to the Mayor, appellant said that when he had no boats to load he was engaged in removing tinplates to the warehouse. He had been discharged from the Navy. The Mayor: Are you prepared to join the Volunteer Battalion ? John: Yes, but I cannot do so if boats have to be loaded. Aid. Griffiths: You must remember that where a certificate of exemption is granted to a man on any condition which it is within his power to fulfil, and he t fails to comply with the condition, then the certificate never comes into force and the man becomes liable for military ser- I vice without further application to the II Tribunal on the part of the Military re- presentative. The Alayor: I hope due publicity will be given to that announcement. Lieut. Ingrams announced that he was going to review all the cases where a condition that the exempted persons should join the Y olunteer Battalion had not been made. The Tribunal granted exemption pro- vided John joined the V.B.
FOREIGN SAILOR FINED. I
FOREIGN SAILOR FINED. I Nicholas Alanias, an alien, was charged at the Police Court on Thursday with landing without a permit. Air. Allegri acted as interpreter. Defendant said that when he landed he was under the impression that the captain had a permit. P.C. Evans said the man when arrested produced a, permit to go to Swansea. on the following day. Supt. Jones said all men were now registered on the ship so that there was no need for anyone to go to the Police Station. When the alien officer came to register, Alanias was the only man ab- sent. Second Engineer Woodward said that he was present when the aliens were told not to go ashore under any circumstances The Bench imposed a fine of £ 2.
VISIT OF CI PSY SMITH. I
VISIT OF CI PSY SMITH. I We understand that Gipsy Smith, the world-renowned Evangelist, is visiting Llanelly on Thursday, November 8th, and will lecture in Aloriah Chapel on his experiences as, a "Y.M.C.A. worker with the troops in France." Gipsy Smith has delivered his lecture in many large centres throughout the country to very enthusi- astic audiences, and we expect overflow meetings in connection with his visit to Llanelly. All those desirous of hearing this popular and interesting lecture will do well to book the date in advance.
> ￼ I IJoin tW Vo-untscts. 1 I ,fhO 'e''? ?t ?f ? H!: 't'l ? t.f&?'"eit!)L ":??e Ss _=^_ f | MEHCAN ENROL AT THE! i DRILL HALL BETWEEN THE 1 | HOURS OF 7.30 AND 9 O'CLOCK I S CN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY I I EVENNCS. I IIiL r-o-C I
ISOLDLERS' AND SAILORS' AYIYivSI…
I SOLDLERS' AND SAILORS' AYIYivS I ENTERTAINMENT. The second of this winter's series of pleasant afternoon gatherings will be held on Thursday next, Nov. 1st, at 2.30 p.m., in the Athenaeum. The last meet- '¡ ing was much appreciated, and a desire was expressed to continue to hold such for the winter months. The programme consisted of items from Airs. Cummins, Airs. Richard Williams, and Miss Trefor I Jones, while Airs. Willie James gave a I' L -'1. I, Ll h., L. LÁ very fine selection of pianoforte music, I
Llanelly has been visited by many re- vivalists. but the most famous of them all was John AYesley who, whenever he came to the town, was an honoured guest at Llanelly House. "On the 18th of August, 1878." writes the devoted diarist, ( "I ro d e to TV" -o ar:,l prr— h e d to a small, earnest ee^r.nv. cu 'Yc are saved through falh"" Here is another entry: "I rode to Lb.ivu.\ preached i :1 :1 1 I l i J h-: S t S [ that at PeinV-y The congregation was hmu r. .ncOi seeined to • un derstand v. hat they heard."
I ASTERISKS. A?i&m??. The Assizes will be held at Carmarthen on Monday. There is no mistaking tho Menin of Haig's advance. The street collections at the Carnival on Saturday realized £ 124. The Deputy Chief Constable, Supt. John Evans, has intimated his intention i to retire at the end of the war. Will the young lady who t.ook a snap- shot of Lord Wrongdda and Harry Tate in the Town Hall Grounds last Saturday communicate with Mr. AVheeIcr, news- agent, Park street. The Borough Alember was seen at Car- marthen on Thursday in company with Sir Courtenny Mar.sol, the latter in khaki. For the present, at any rate, Sir Courtenay has deserted politics for a military career. ? I l i and A.B. D. J. Richards, son of Mr. and Airs. John Richards, 84 Swansea road, is among the few "Jolly Tars" now home on leave. Richards has been in the Navy for the past fifteen months and the last ship he was on was s.s. Pauipia. The new IN-ar Savings campaign had a magnificent send off at the Albert Hall on Alonday when the Prime Minister, Mr Bonar Law and General Smuts spoke. Most of the War Savings Associations up and down the country were represented, the Llanelly delegates being the Alayor -tnd Mr. Glynne Jones. The Food Committee are carefully con- sidering the local position in segard to supplies and prices of meat. Sub-com- mittees have been appointed who will in- spect carcases being weighed and cut up. It is hoped that a scale of prices will be fixed up within the next few days. The London critics write with enthusi- asm of the brilliant play of H. J, Evans, a Llanelly youth, in the recent Rugby match between the Australian H.Q. Staff and the R.N. Depot. Evans will be re- membered as the vice-captain of the County School team, and also captain of la;st summer's cricket team. "The best feature of the game says one writer, "was the clever wing three-quarter play of Evans, who scored two fine tries." The English language does not lend it- self easily to the "o-ng'yn," h\:t one of the Capel A Is bards has succeeded in throwing off the following in honour of the pastor :— A preacher that approaches—his people From pulpit to benches, itliout fuss he discusses Doctrine rare with care acquiesce. His sermons so harmonious—eloquent. He ne'er acquaints us; Leads to abodes melodious, Preparing—ready for us. rcnr.^v
Y ,,1' Young Lady agents D >e.t. J Å e.6 Are required in Munition Factories and other orhs where Female La bour is em- ployed, to oblam MEMBERS and COL- LECT MONIES for the CLOTHING CLUB of a well-known local DRAPERY Firm. Also Agents for Lhuollv and District. Good. Commission to suitable persons. Apply by lottjr to Box 2SS, Star Office.
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FARM COLONY. Air. John Hinds, M.P., on Monday saw Sir Wmirev in regard to the delay in establishing a farm colony in Wales for disabled soldiers and sailors. With re- gard to the site selected at Pembrey a definite offer ha., now Icon made to the landlord.
At the meeting of the Stehonheath Alilitary Hospital last night, the f layor, who presided, repoited thai a friend had handed him the sum cf to allocate to Llanelly chanties, and he proposed dividing it as to Llanelly Hospital; £ 25 to Stcbonhcath Hospital; and £ 25 to Pare Howard Hospital. The name cf the donor was net b? disclosed and the gift ?as to be acknowledged an d the i ?'t Ni-as to b c-, z;-cl--noii-le J gc d rc,- 3,?, (I-,(-](,ed
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ONLY J.r.Jt.f\ 'I'" j 1 nere is a vacancy for a school attcn- • ;(" -nd, • i • Group i et Srr'u If hrs decided to con- ■ :er ap m at.cos iroai d. d >oldierss ??y. 1 >