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EX-SWANSEA GROCER ,———"a—-—-

STILL LIBERAL. I

NEATH -CHILD'S -SUFFERINGS.-!

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SWANSEA R.A.M.C.

WORKMEN'S DEMONSTRATIONI

THREE -MONTHS. I

fSHOWN THE DOOR. 1 f ■-I

ST. THOMAS STALWARTS?

" Y.M." SECRETARY.I

BRIBERY CHARGES.I

Resolution from Oxford-street…

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I SWANSEA BUILDERS' COMPLAIfTS.

II " OH, IS 'E?" I

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SUNDAY CLOSING. ]

WAS LIGHTING CANDLE.

ST. DAVit) AS " I.L.PEER"II

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ST. DAVit) AS I.L.PEER"II LLANELLY COMMITTEE IN I FACETIOUS MOOD. The memhers of the Llaneily Education Committee were in a humorous mood when, at their monthly meeting on Thursday, the Clerk (Mr. Hor Watkins) drew their atten- tion to a booklet whach he had received from the Wel&li Department of the Board of Edu- cation. The booklet was suggested for use in connection with the St. David's Day oele- brations. Alderman Nathan Griffiths: Did St. David exist at all? Councillor R. P. Thomas (jocularly); A n-,ytli (Laughter.) Alderman Bramwell ion- (referring to the booklet) They are trying to establish his birth here. Alderman Griffiths: What do you say, MT. Chairrn&n,? Yoa belong to the Cymm. rodorion. The Chairman (Mr. E. Willi? Jones) I think it is well known that there was some such person in existence. Councillor R. P. Thornas: Boom ai Maohy- nis! (Laughter) Alderman Griffiths WHICH OF THEM WALKED ACROSS f THE SEA to Irelamd-St. David or St. Patrick? They say St. Pa.rÃe,k was a Welshman and St. David an Irishman. (More laughter.) The Chairman I think there is a figure in Welah history who can be looked upon as the prototype of the St. David we have. Alderman Griffiths: What was he--& Roman Catholic or a Church of England man? The Chairman: He belonged to the Celtic Church. Alderman Bramwell Jooes: Oh, say he was aJi "I. L. Peer" straight away I (Laughter.)

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NEATH TRADERS.

PILLAR-BOX RAIDSo

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