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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

_..._- - -DAflCE AT THE PAR2SH…

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ASTERISKS. The famous "Jimmy Wilde" visited the town last Saturday. » To-night, and next week will he seeR some most lovely pictures at Llanelly Cinema, Stepney street. » Llanelly was represented this week fit the Oddfellows A.M.C. by Mr. W. J. Thomas, Dafen, and J". A. T. Jones. » Among those mentioned in Gen. Allen- by's latest despatch is Sgt. S. E. Bow- ser, Llanelly. A series of boxing tournaments will bo held in the town shortly. We understand the use of the Hippodrome has already !0Cn granted for this purpose. di Beer is now being supplied direct to "omo public houses by means of hose- pipes. Some thirsty souls in Llanelly could manage a hosepipe on their own. Llanelly took a purely amateur eleven to Swansea on Saturday, whereas the home team included two professionals, without whom tney would have fared badly. • » » u A Yankee met a Welshman with a cart- load of turnips. Yankee: "What are these-apples ?" Welshman: "No, mun.' Yankee: "I thought they were In my country apples are as big as them.' "Welshman: "But these are gooseberries, mun." No wonder the salaries of ministers are so scandalously low. A correspondent assures us that on a recent Sunday he attended a Welsh service and seated in the same pew were three prosperous workmen, each cf whom dropped a penny is; the collection tray. < < < Local visitors to Llandrindod were much interested to see Mr. Llewelyn Williams and Mr. R. J. Edmunds greet- ing each other on Monday. The political discussion which followed, with special reference to the Llanelly division must have been of a piquant character. • m « • The salary of the town crier at Llan- dovery has been increased by twenty shillings. What about Llanelly's crier, asks the ever-youthful William Evans. He estimates that judging by the Llan- dovery standard, there are arrears amounting to lí 10s. due to him. One of the accounts to come before the Harbour Trust on Monday is for station- ery supplied by a London firm, tho amount being £ 5 10s. Could not this have been supplied through one of tho Llanelly stationers who have to pay heavy rates for the upkeep of the har- bour ? There was quite a strong XIanelly flavour about Cardigan on Monday. A "Star" man came across in about five minutes two schoolmasters, a tinplato manager, a groo 's assistant, a clerk, a. 1 grocer, a rollerman, a commercial traveller, and half a dozen young ladies —all from Sospanville. < Mr. Thomas Thomas, one of the ar- tistes at Mr. Brazed's Concert next Tuesday will be remembered for his magnificent singing at the last national eisteddfod concerts in Llanelly. His rendering ox "The Enemy Said" from Handel's "Israel in Egypt" was a sheer delight. A real "film orama" Wa witnessed by all those present on the Beach on Wed- nesday evening. A young man after having a. "bout" with his friends in- formed them that he was going to com- mit suicide. His friends raised the alarm, and a large crowd soon assembled. Whether the absence of a "hero" or that the water was too cold, the young man, however, changed his mind, and the "pictures" finished. ■r « • « The midnight adventures of a well known local vocalist, returning by motor from a recent engagement, would mako good reading if detailed in full. It was the stupid car that caused the trouble by getting punctured near Llannon. There happened to be a deep ditch close by ar J the singer unfortunately found himself landed in this up to his knees. While tho puncture was bring attended to, tho vocalist's socks were put out to dry on the engine, but one of them mysteriously anished and has not been seen since. 1-1 the end the party pursued the even, "tenor" of their way to Llinelly, at least one member registering a meniai vow that he would never go motoring again without taking a snare pair of I socks with him.

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