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Ratepayers' Association.

Borough Member and the Budget.

THE BAPTIST UNION. I

I EUROPEAN POLITICS:

[ CAPEL NEWYDD BAZAAR.

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[ CAPEL NEWYDD BAZAAR. f A SO UN D SUCCESS. A very successful bazaar was held under the auspices of Capel Newydd at Cwmbach Buildings on Tuesday. The proceeds were devoted towards the Restoration Fund. Rev. Philip Jones, in calling upon Miss C. Davies, M.A., headmistress of the Inter- mediate School, to open the bazaar, said her work was highly valued, and her influence was lasting upon the minds and hearts of the young people under her tuition and super- vision. Miss Davies, in an interesting speech, opened the bazaar, after which she was presented with a number of beautiful bouquets. The stalls were of a varied character, and neatly decorated. They were presided over by I the following:- Refreshment stall: The Misses PMIHps, Miss Davies, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Evans, Miss C. Hughes, Miss Rogers, Miss M. J. Hughes, Miss Watts, Mrs. Davies (Pembrey Road), and Mrs. Thomas. Electric battery and weighing machine: Messrs Joseph Rogers and William Williams. Side shows: Messrs. Thomas Thomas, B. Richards, D. J. Davies, and John Davies. Faney stall: Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones, Miss Wade. Grocery stall: Mrs. Ambrose. Sweet stall, Miss Sybil Jones. Fancy stall: Miss Morgan, Mrs. Rees, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Isaac, Mrs. Grey, Mrs. Jones, and Mrs. PhiTlips. Bran tub and ice cream: Miss Edith Davies, Miss Maggie Davies, and Miss MargaTetta Daniels. Flower stall: Mrs. Griffiths, Thomas Street. Fancy stall: Mrs. Daniel Griffiths and Mrs. T. Rees. Hoop-la: Miss Hettie Davies and Miss May Griffiths. Hardware: Mr. David Thomas, Gil- bert, Place. Fancy stall: Misses Hattie Rees, S. J. Thomas, Olive Thomas, J. S. Davies, and L. A. Hughes. The secretarial duties were carried out by Messrs. John Davies, William Roberts, and Mrs. Rees, whilst Mrs. S. J. Thomas and Mrs David Phillips, Bryncaerau, acted as trea- surers.

HARBOUR LIGHTS.

I Llannon Parish Council.…

"Wars of the Roses."II

ILate Chief Constable.

I_INDUCTION SERVICE. i

Sanatorium for Consumption.

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