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 4. 1 11 tb '? -I That the mysterious disappearance of a iady's bag iroiu a stile near Pwll last Sunday evening, lumost landed a village couple into trouble. That they alone had passed the stile, .) et they denied having seen the bag. That subsequently, however, the owner found it upon a hedge 30 yards away. That one of the big-monied workers at a local steelworks recently stolidly re- i.:scd to buy a sixpenny benefit ticket tor the aoSi.ji.a.icj1 cf a icrmer friend. That he erifcrged upon the gloomy out- look of the trade to such a degree that tiie vendors left him ill disgust. That two well-known flappers were very prominent strolling up and down Stepney ,street on Tuesday morning. That one of the maidens was minus her favourite "toiiry-o-shanter." That the present generation, says a famous preacher, is driving our race to- wards the cemetery. That wo are sure it is quite uncon- scious of being engaged in such a sinister form of "undertaking." That a Lakcficld Couple have hit. upon a most novel way of exchanging love messages. That they have composed a code with which they convey their various epithets. That a certain young "fop" visited a lecal revue entertainment no less than si x times last week. That each evening lie hired a taxi to take him home, a distance cf about two hundred yards. That he is strongly advised to give up such luxuries as "taxies and revue artistes" as hk conduct is being dis- cussed with contempt by all his friends. T b i 'l-I the c. That tho manbcr cf lady bathers this year is less than ever. That evidently the young maidens are not sc anxious to be in the swim. That the rupture of a local engagement was due to some slanderous statements that were put into circulation by a local gentleman (?) That those who happen to be present when the two gentlemen concerned meet, will no doubt witness a few rounds of the "noble art." That he who invented these malicious statements has so far succeeded in elud- ing the young man—bui. when they do mclet ? That Peace fireworks are on sale in the town now. That we trust tho police will see that these are only used in the proper direc- tion—pro bono publico. That people don't want. "Peace cele- brations every evening outside their home by some mischievous youths. That a clique of young men who al- ways make their presence felt wherever they go, have experimented the prin- ciples of "Socialism" this week. That on Tuesday all the "pelf" which each possessed was "pooled." That the result has been favourable to one, but disastrous to all the others. That a steelworker has recently taken a fancy to his running prowess. That he has issued a challenge to run one of his co-workers, twice round People's Park. That up to the present moment the challenge has not been accepted. That a quiet (?) little card party held last Sunday afternoon had most disas- trous results on the "funds" of a few of the members. That they have sworn that in future they will attend Sunday School, as it is the wiser and cheaper plan-and so say all of us. That a Burry Port Councillor has undertaken to provide butter for nearly two thousand children at the coming peace celebration feast. That a wag informs us that it takes him all his time to obtain two ounces a week That a flippant young lady has had some thrilling trips on the back of a motor cycle lately. That her ma' has taken strong steps to restrain the young maiden's daring.

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