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BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR CONCERT.

FROM BARRY TO BATH.

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PRESS VISIT TO THE BARRY "…

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BARRY DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION.

HEMMING IN DE WET.

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HEMMING IN DE WET. MOVEMENTS OF THE GLAMORGAN YEOMANRY. MESSAGE FROM MAJOR WYNDHAM. QUIN, M.P. Mr R. Forrest, J.P., St. Fagan's, late on Satur- day night last, received a telegram from Major Wyndham-Quin, M.P., of the Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry, dated Cape Town, June 30th, as follows: —" All well. Moving to Ficksburg.-Quin." Major Wyndham-Quin has been in command of the Yeomanry Battalion holding Ladybrand and district. The movement to Ficksburg is doubtless in connection with the operations of the various British columns now converging towards the Boer positions in the north-east of the Orange River Colony. INSPECTED BY LORD ROBERTS. Writing to one of his friends at Pontypridd, Mr Jack Davies, who is under Major Wyndham-Quin's command in the Yeomanry, gives a very interest- ing account of his meeting with Trooper George Seaton (C.I.V.) and other Pontypridd boys. Lord Roberts, he said, had inspected Major Wyndham- Quin's regiment, and complimented them on their smart appearance. They were, said Lord Roberts, the smartest lot of Yeomanry he had seen out there."

PENARTH POLICE COURT.

CABMEN'S DIFFERENCES.

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY LIST.

ON BOARD AN U.S.A. TRANSPORT…

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MIlS. GEUNDTS JOTTINGS