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I uEMPTY AND INSINCERE." -40

f- i ? NEARLY EIGHTY | MILLIONS'

I I DEAD MAN FLYING. I

LATE MR. JNO. ROBERTS, J.P.I

SHOOTINC AT SKETTY.

I .TOOK THE JbKE SERIOUSLY.…

RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAYI .-..…

VITAL- LINK.I

-1918 u NATIONAL M -I

PATIENTS DEFEAT j NURSES.…

HEAD IN GAS OVEN. I

I .ON THE MIDLAND.

.LSKETTY VOLUNTEER BAND.

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.L SKETTY VOLUNTEER BAND. The band of D ( ompany. Sketty. of the 3rd Glam. Volunteers, sat down to a sub- stantial dinner-ft the Central Hotel. Swan- sea. generously provided by Lieut. \Y. T. Turpin. at which Capt. C. E. Poole pre- sided. supported by Lieutenants Harold Per- kins and H. A. Ellis. The hand. nuder its conductor. Mr. T. H. Jones, played se'veral numbets. and Miss Mildir Edwai-ds gave a pfelio solo and played accompanim^itts to I the songs of Miss Doiothy Ilatton Iscpranipf).. Mi#s Edna Jones (contralto). SergI..1. H. Morgan (bass) 2nd Private J. J. J enjj¡\s (haritone). Miss Hattoii and Seigt. J. H. Morgan sang a duet Corpora] K.1. Thomas rendered a flue solo, and Miss Eva Brown t'ite-eutèd a ,sp.¡ ,.¡¿Jing number on the piano. Lieut. II A. Ellis--Brought the house down wit.h his humorous ditties. Vigorous s peeches were delivered by Messrs. F. Mau- ley, T-1. R. Hatton, and others, and thanks "ere accorded Lieut. Turpin and the at- tist^s: J

Is CA N D IN A VIA N GOVERNMENTS…

I 1impEN-DING BREAK." I

iiABT EDITOR OF THE ' STANDARD."…

MUST DO MORE ONI LAND. !

PRIVATE TO COLONEL.

!BAD START -IN LIFE.

-.-SCENE --IN -COURT.

çÂEÁf fLOO6S UP NdtiTH.

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r SCOTTISH WOMAN < SOLDIER…

: "RELIGIOUS DUTY."

1 WAMHtPS 6? TH? FUTURE. ;

HAle A FIELD-MARSHAL.

CAUSE ANI) EFFECT.

iPRINTERS, FARMERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS,

OUlk OPTItAlgTS. '* '■

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