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NOTES OF THE DAY

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ME XT WEEK'S FLAG DAYS.

WEDDING BELLS. : --i

tPRESENTAnON AT THE LIBERALI…

Train Service

Glynea B13sti ? ?U*S iysiea…

I The Officer's Questions

HAKBRAIL t3AVE WAY. I

4th WELSH REOIMtflT.I

I HICH WATER AT LLANELLY.

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Mystery Cleared Up. "L i

I Schoolmaster Honoured

CAS CHARCES AT BURRY PORT.…

-,-I "~~——! WEST WALES PASTORS'…

 Oth WELSH RECT. (Ca?m. Batt).…

"-•—-i ITHE MISSION TO AMERICA.I

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GIRL INJURED AT PEMBREY FAIR.

Tinpiate SettlementI

. I ! OH E????e Works ! i…

Too Late Again ! I -"""-I

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Proposed War Memorial I

Mynyjid Mawr Trouble

CALL ACCEPTED.

SALVATION ARMY JUBILEE. 1

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SALVATION ARMY JUBILEE. 1 The Salvation Army celebrated the jubilee of its foundation, postponed from 1915 owing to the war by a great demon- stration in London on Thursday. General Booth spoke of the struggle in the early days of the Salvation Army, and said that his father, the founder of the move- ment, made the Salvation A.i!iv fight- ing religion. From first to last he stood as an example of whole-hearted fighting for God, for the suffering, for the poor, (il' tlje an d foi- -? ior the lost, and for the forgotten.

_..._- - -DAflCE AT THE PAR2SH…

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