Foreign News: Jack & the Dragon

Last week the Prince of Wales learned of strange doings at famed Carnarvon Castle in his principality. Welsh students who hold King George and his eldest son in low esteem had unmistakably shown their feelings.

On St. David's Eve the students requested that Carnarvon Castle fly not the British Union Jack but the Welsh Red Dragon on St. David's Day.* But at daybreak, the Union Jack was smartly hoisted.

Promptly the students overpowered Carnarvon Castle's guards, pulled down the Jack, hoisted the Dragon and nailed it to the mast. Hours passed. Attracted by the novel sight, Welshmen and Welshwomen gathered, cheered.

Inside Carnarvon Castle...

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