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BOYS WHO DID THESR BIT.

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BOYS WHO DID THESR BIT. EX-MAYOR AND SWANSEA'S DISCHARGED FIGHTERS. RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT FOR GOVERNMENT. A meeting held under th; iiU«;-ii.r* «? the Swansea. Discharged Saihv.V and Soldiers' League was held at the Royal Theatre on Sunday -w hen, unfortunately, the chief speaker, Mr. J. Haggard, of the London or- ganisation, did not arrive owing to a mishap to his motor-car, but, nevertheless, thiTteen new members were obtained.  Councillor .V. 'V..Holms, who deputised for Alderman David Da vies (ex-Mayor) said no discharged soldier, sailor, or dependent would feel poverty in Swansea if he could help it. He then" read a letter from Ald. Davies in acknowledgment to Councillor P. Moiyneux, president of the League, for the resolution of sympathy accorded him by the league at a meeting some time back: — Dear Mr. Moiyneux,—I wish you would convey to the Swansea members of the Dis- charged Sailors' and Soldiers' Organisation how greatly I appreciate their sympathetic resolution. There is no class in the com- munity whose goodwill I set higher. It is a time for all good men loyal to the State, their King, and country to stand firmly to- gether. It is a happy circumstance that the men who have tried to do their bit and had been passed out of the fighting list had been brought together in such a splendid brother- hood. For reasons known to you I am unable to be present at the meeting, but I wish well to it and to you and the boys of the Old Brigade who came forward when the national need was at its acutest point.- With kind regards. David DWles. Mr. J. H. Jones (r&pre?Htative on the Pensions Committee) said all the local cases had been dealt with successfully. The ener- getic secretary of the Pensions Office (Mr. T. L. Jenkins) was very sympathetic to the: league, but only in a strong league could they force full justice to be done by them. The Chairman then put forward a resolu- tion, which was carried unanimously. It was as fol!ONI,;t "That the league heartily support the Government in their determination to pur- sue the war until the restitution and repara- tion of Belgium, for all the brutalities com- mitted there. is assured, and until Pruspian i militarism is crushed." Mr. E. J. Davies energetically supported. Several questions were then asked and satisfactorily answered by Mv. E. J. Davies. 1 Votes of thanks and the singing of the (National Anhem closed the meeting.

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