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I A SECOND OFFENCE. I

Swiss Valley & Hooligans.…

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I- Our Peace C&idbraiions…

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PEACE PREMIUMS AT THE LADtES'…

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——A—————WWACWWOBATFCFCN, UR-ACTV ASTERISKS. The lending dep. fment of the Public Library was re-opened on Monday. The first annual supper of the 15th Welsh will be Ix !<J H.t the Drill Hall to- night. All Felinfoel dis-eh^rged and demobil- ized men are to V- entertained to dinner next Friday. » < Owing to tho Peace- celebrations being arranged for next Saturday, Friday will I be observed as Marhet day. < Another six on to the price of coal. We shall have> to think seriously of cutting up our furniture instead of using I black diamonds. < » if The public must obtain permits before being allowed to take their walks in Swiss Valley. Wo have to thank the hooligans for thi?. The annual meeting of the Llanelly and District Rugby League will be held on Saturday, August 23rd, Trmo and place of i^eetir g will be published later on. T he &tl-neh A correspondent w rites:—The snch around Station road, Burry Port, during this spell of fine weather is awful. When do our loquacious councillors intend get- ting a move on ? • • • » Swansea has accepted a tender for £ 73,000 for building a. new school. The 1915 estimate was £ 22,000. At this rate what will the proposed infirmary at Pen- ceiliogi cost if tho cstuiiate was £ 36,000 ? fl-ien d s of We are n'(rwt,"1 !y the friends of Young Davies, the popular local boxer and winner of a huge number of fights, to announce that he is not the Young Davies who is apno iing at the Hippo- drome this afternoon. w < ? A mo thüse u!,o lecently passed the -A. examination '.vith honours at the University of Wale- is Miss Kyria Evans, daughter of the Kov. E. Evans, IAlm- peter, and grand-uai'ghter of the late Dr. Davies, Siloah, Llanelly. < A meeting of the Nomads A.F.C. will g bo held at thl< 7 o'clock rm Friday, the ISth JvJy, iu urder to discuss the prospects of the coming season. All pre-w&r mothers are heartily invited to attend, also intending members. » < Owing to labour difficulties the Hippo- drome will net he • losed for alterations this month as previously. announced. We understand, l-ow«r.er, from Mr. Isaacs, that he hopes to carry out these exten- sive a iterations at the end of next months There is every promise of an attractive football season next winter. In addition to< football se?so:i next the usual Welsh :natches, fixtures have been arranged with the Royal Air Foroe, United Services, Ledou Welsh, London Irish, Northampton and the Royal Naval Division. << His many friends will he pleased to hear cf Mr. Ebeuoxer Charles' success in obtaining his B.A. He is the brother of S Mr. Holiert Charles, the accomplished ] organist of Tabernacle Church, and son of Mr. Dd. Charles, Gwynfre, Sandy Gate. » 1 "If they want money let them go to our officials for it," said Mr. Duridl Evans, Pembrey, at the meeting of the Board of Guardians on Thursday, when ithe Clerk was reading a letter from the j Victory Loan Committee. Needless to say j all the officials present smiled. > » ) It has cost the Rural Council practical- i ly a quarter of a n-.illion sterling to pro- vide a wCltRr 3upply of half a million gallons a day. It is estimated that half a million gallonv c. day are wasted in IJaiH i oily. Can the ratepayers afford this ? The remedy, of course, is in their own hands. j < < <- | Miss Irene Marshall, daughter of Mr. I J Marshall, the popular local basso, has been successful in obtaining a first-claw certificate in Nursing. During the war, j she was nurse at he military hospital all Tpswich, where -;}1Ø gained much popu- larity by singing to the wounded Tommies.

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