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NOTES OF THE DAY

We-The Llanelly Council.

RE-ISSUE OF RATION CARDS.I

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First Concrete Ship I¿

Effects of the Drought

LLANELLY NURSE'S POST. I

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LLANELLY NURSE'S POST. I The many friends of Miss M. C. Treharne-Jones, daughter of the late Mr W. B. Jones, J.P., Llanelly, will be in- terested to hear she has been appointed first assistant matron to the Lambeth Infirmary, London. The institution has 1,000 beds, and is carried on with the most up-to-date medical and surgical methods, and has a nursing staff of I about 200 sisters and probationer nurses. Miss Treharne-Jones, upon her resig- nation as matron of the Stow Hill In- firmary, Newport, and of Caerleon In- firmary, was asked by the Llanelly Rural Distroct Council to take entire charge or nursing in a large mining village in the vicinity during an epidemic of typhoid fever, and open a temporary isolation hospital. Miss Treharne-Jones, who was in charge of a nursing staff, was very highly complimented upon the able manner with which she performed her duties. Upon the completion of this work she joined the Joint War Committee, and opened, as matron, the Gnoll Park Red Cross Hospital, Neath, afterwards taking the appointment as matron of a "first line" military hospital, Hornsey, Lon- don.

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IBurry Port Boys.

j SUCCESSFUL FURNITURE SALE…

Long walks for Water.

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The Welsh Church Act

"Dropped."

MUSICAL SUCCESSES. I

I New Works -for Llanelly…

NEW MAGISTRATES. I

IAN EXCELLENT SOAP.

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ASTERISKS. —.——

Coal for the Winter

I HONOUR FOR A LOCAL NURSE.

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