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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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NEATH TRADERS.

PILLAR-BOX RAIDSo

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" INCORRIGIBLE."

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INCORRIGIBLE." ABERAYON BOY'S HOPELESS CASE. At Aberavon on Thursday William Hodge, the 11-year-old son of W. Hodge, brick- layer, Micbna-street, Aberavon, appeared on remand charged with stealing ten golf balls, value 10s., from the Aberavon Golf Club-house. The case was adjourned a week ago to see what could be done with. the lad. Inspector Jones now stated that since the first hearing the boy had run away from home with some tablecloths, cutlery, etc., which he had pawned at Por^Jicwl. The lad was sent to an indngtrial school jgusiil wae 14 Y^ara of aov