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I.THE BRAS'S AND EARTHENWARE…

. THE DISABILITIES OF SEAMEN.

FOR WEAKNESS.

EX-POLICEMAN'S STORY ON OATH.

A. TAYLOR HARBARD.

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SOCIAL EVILS AND THEIR CURE

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TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB, BARRY. Members are reminded that the next monthly meeting of the Club takes place on Wednesday, March 21st, at 7.50 p.m., at the Co-operative Hall, Barry. Dr Eric Evans will lecture on Infectious Diseases, and how to fight them." On this occasion we only invite women to be present, but we shall be delighted to welcome mothers and teachers. The April monthly meeting will take place on Saturday, April 7th, at 7 30 p.m., at the Barry Co-operative Hall. Professor Anwyl, of the University College, Aberystwyth, will lecture on the "Keltic Race in Britain." We shall be delighted to welcome men as well as women, and all people over fifteen years of age. We hope that every loyal Nationalist in Barry will accept thid invitation from the Woman's Club to share with us the interest that I am sure Professor Anwyl's lecture will arouse. We gladly extend the invita- tion also to those who are not of our race, but who, living in this Keltic land, are sympathetic enough and wise enough to take an interest in its past history. E. P. HUGHES, Vice-President.

BARRY EDUCATION COM-I MITTEE.

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