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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

24 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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Lieut. General Sir James ITills-Johnes, V.C., G.C.B., celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday last Tuasday, and the heartiest good wishes of thousands of friends in South Wales are extended to him and to Lady Hills-Johnes. The gallant general is one of the most energetic war workers in the country, and seems to grow more active •with the advance of years. Amongst the many messages of congratulations received hv him was one from the Carmarthen Troop 10f Boy Scouts at the front and at home, 'Of Which he is honorary colonel. The engagement is announced betwfeen Ernest Llewellyn Davies, lieutenant, In- dia Army (late Royal Welsh Fusiliers), son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Davies, Tanyfron Villa, Aberayron, Cardiganshire, and Joan Marjorie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ensor, Clandon, Dorchester. THE TALK 18:- Have you notified your change of address? That Llaridilo Rural Council have Shown a sound example to many public bodies by giving preference to a discharged soldier ■When appointing a fuel inspector last week. That if the milk vendors of Carmarthen will not agree to the proposals of the new Roa4 Transport Committee certain mem- bers of the latter will MAKE THEM do so! That the organisers of a discharged "sol- diers and sailons' literary and debating society, formed at a certain place of worship at Carmarthen for the purpose of assisting the religious studies of returned heroes. have had cold water thrown upon them by certain of the members, who will not con- sent to joining up their own society with the other. That they ask: "Are discharged sailors and soldiers going to teach us and discultrs with us what religion is?" f That the answer is emphatically "Yes' That it is hoped the Carmarthen allot- ment holders will agree with and act upon the hint thrown out bv Mr. Collier. That it is sad to think that through the indifference of the nation, Jack Tar only gets a little over lib. of vegetables a week. That there has been collected on the Moor of Penboyr and Cilrhedyn worth over £100 of wimberries (lljjsiau duon bach) by ladies of the district. That residents of the larger Welsh towns should watch reports of reception concerts given in rural parts to their gallant sons home on leave from the war—Llanpump- saint for instance, over B50 collected in a wek! That the entries for! the Carmarthen and District Allotments' Association Show close cn Monday next. ->

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