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; SOLDIER HUSBAND.I

; .A SWANSEA POST. -I

Ie MUMBLES BUILDER.! -!a.-…

SWANSEA PORT TRADE, j

i GIRL GUIDES. ! ■)

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MUSIC IN SCHOOLS.

HOUSING BONDS.1

J.—'-"-aI I TOOLS AND BRATTICEI…

"RECHABITE FORI IYEARS. "

IN HIS OLD PAR SH. I

A DEAR RIDE. I

I DRUNKEN COLLIERS IN R:"YDDINGS…

DUFFRYN -HEROES. I

I !. DOCTORS SALARY. ! !

* .FOWL IN SNARE.

SWANSEA PUTT.DEuS AND CJOM*…

-f - '- "- '- ' - - SALVATIONIST…

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IRUNNING UP THE SCALES. I

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- .-ii.,.- - - ^-I RATTUNG…

(WEDDING AT ST, JAMES\

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,BATONS USED.

LABOUR OF LOVE. I

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LABOUR OF LOVE. I Presentation at the Dockers' Hall, Swansea. The anne-ilers of the iir.pisxe trade sembled at the Dockers' Hall, Swansea, to present Bro. Rees Williams (Taibach) with a handsome poriraifc of himself ard a wallet of notes. Nlr. James Ra.by (Morriston) pre- sided and the secretary, Mr. T. Ii. Sprag- I I Mr. Rees Williams. I gon (Cwmfelin), Mr. Jos. Branch (district officer), and Councillors W. L. Williams (Kidwe\ly) and Wm.. Lewis (Port Talbot) also supported. The presentation was made by Coun. W. L. WUHams. supported by Mr. Jos. Branch. Mr. Rus Williams re- turned thanks, and said it was a labour of I love, and the greatest satisfaction to him would be to know he had rendered seme i small service to his fellow workmen, I

FORTHCOMING MARRIAGE.J

1100,000- SURETY.

LOCAL WEDDINGS.