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COMING OF AGE OF LORD VILLITRS. A public meeting was held at the Local Board Room, Briton Ferry, on Wednesday evening, to consider what should be done to celebrate the coming of age of Lord Villiers (eldest son of the Earl of Jersey), which event takes place on the 2nd June. In the unavoidable absence of Mr T. Williams (ohairman of the looal board), Mr Jenkin Hill (chairman of the school board) pre. sided. A committee was formed to open a sub- scription list (subscriptions to range from 6d to Bi Is) for the purpose of presenting Lord Villiers with a piece of silver plate and an illuminated address. Me G. B. Perry was appointed lion, secretary, and Mr M. G. Roberts hon. treasurer. On the day in question it 13 proposed that there shall be a procession of the children of Briton Ferry, headed by the Volun- teer Brass Baud, the Artillery Volunteers, the fire brigade, friendiy societies, and the local governing bodies. After the procession the children are to be entertained to a free tea. In the evening there is to be a bonfire on the Warren Hill and a display of fireworks. The subscrip- tions collected at the meeting amounted to about 1025.

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