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THE MINERS' POLICY.

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THE TALL HAT. NOT A NATIONAL COSTUME, BUT  AN IMPORTATION. I ——— I .Delivering an interesting lecture to the Carmarthen Cymmrodorion Society, entitled "Cymru pan oedd Cymro'n Frenin" ("Wales when a Welshman was a King"), Professor ) Timothy Lewis, Aberystwyth, said some writers gave weird pictures in ¡ depicting the life of ancient Wales. The ladies of old Wales nevere wore I the so-called Welsh ha. which nlways struck him as being very much like a haystack or a gasometer in mourning. (Laughter). Those hats were imported into this country from the Lowlands at the beginning of the fifteenth cen- tury, but enterprising tradesmen of re. cent times had tried to make them believe that they were an emblem of Welsh nationality—which was ridicul- ous. Professor J. Oliver Stephens, B.A., B.D. (Presbyterian College, Carmar- then), in moving a vote of thanks to the lecturer, said he agreed that the I hat had never formed a part of the Welsh costume, and this was borne out by Blair Leyton's pictures of Welsh dresses. I

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SUNDAY CUSTOMERS SUMMONED.

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SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST.