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SWANSEA". WALF.R ROAD C6N&HEGATTOS>1- CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL.âOn Friday Jat Adult Bible Class presented their toucher, Mr. Evan Lewis, with a beautiful album, con- turning aboV-i 20 portraits of the members of the Class, with te inscription elegantly written, as a token of their love and esteem. Mr. Lewis suitably acknowledged the unexpected present. The meeting was addressed by the pastor (the Rev. Thomas Jones), Mr. Prust (superintendent), and several members of the Class. CONCERT AT THE MUSIC HALL.âA concert will take place this evening at the above hall, in aid of the funds of the Swansea Hospital. Particulars of the same will be seen in our advertising columns. A very excellent pro- gramme has been provided, and a rich treat is in store for all who will attend to aid so philanthropic and benevolent an object. THANRMITIM DAY IN SWAMEA.âThe Worshipful the Mayor having suggested that Tuesday next, the 27th ittsfe., should, as far as practicable, be kept as a holiday in the borough Of SwAiisea in connection with the happy re- covery of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales from a dangfefous illness i alid a desire having been expressed that a Royal salute should be fired from the town battery at the South Docks, fifty men of the 1st Glamorgan Artillery Volun- teers, will assemble at head-quarters at twelve o'clock on that day, from whom two detachments will be selected, who Will tire a Royal salute at one p.m. precisely. Un- dress, without arms. Band to attend at Castle Hall. SWANSEA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. --ThE! usual Saturday- night meeting of this society was held On the 24th inst., at the Ragged Schoolroom, in Back-stteet. FOr the last 13 years these meetings ha bèen continuously held there to denounce intemperance and the vice of drunkenness, and the fire and zeal of the advocates has not yet spent itself. The meetings are chiefly addressed by working men, and have been the means of reclaiming hundreds from a state of wretchedness and destitution. Sometimes between two and three hundred a year have joined this teetotal fund. Mr. Hill, the worthy chief of the Excelsior lodge, presided, and Messrs. Liscombe, Evans, Bevan, Bellings, &c., all working men, addressed the meeting. A number of teetotal melodies were sung during the evening. There was a good attendance. At the close the secretary (Mr. Tucker) announced that Mr. Piper, the grand worthy chief, of Ireland, would preach at several places of worship on Sunday next. A WARNING TO LANDLORDS. â George Veitch, the landlord of the Plymouth Inn, Oxford-street, was charged with permitting drunkenness in his house. The Bench admonished him, and inflicted the whole penaly, 25, as he had been guilty of this offence before. MARKET TOLLS. -A number of persons were summoned by the lessee of the market for an evasion of paying the usual tolls. Mr. Glascodine appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Woodward (Clifton and Woodward), defended. The prosecutor attempted to prove that two of the country- men so charged had been selling carcasses of beasts out- side the market precincts, but failed to bring the charge home clearly. A woman, a huckster, was charged with selling poultry. The case was clearly proved, and she Was fined Is. and costs, which amounted to 21 14ti.




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