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THE PRESENTATION TO MR. AND…

"THE NEW MEPHISTO" AT THE…

SWANSEA THROUGH CAMBRIAN "…

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GOWER ROADS, ETC.

"THE CIRCUS GIRL" NEXT WEEK,

THE LATE MR. LL. COUCH.

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FAREWELL jv]EE"x.G1 AT MoEBIST01r< A meeting was held on Friday evening last at the Talbottodge-room. Momston, to bid farewell to Mr. Jatnes James, foreman at the Mannesmann Tube works, who is leaving for America. Mr. Georo-e Ro«'ei manager of the Upper Forest Works presided, being supported by Messrs, D. J. Clarke, Firgrove. David Rees, T. D. Jones, John Meredith, Enoch Thomas R. Buckland, W Harris 8 amu ^l^iarnsi G"- Edwards. J. A. Williams, and others.—The Chair- man in the course of some appropriate remarks assured Mr. Jaraes that he would carry with him to America THE BEST wishes of all in Morriston.— Messrs John Meredith, Enoch Thomas, F. G. LL- Thomas (chemist), D. J. Clarke, J. A. Williams, R. Buckland, Dd. Rees, Sam Williams, and T. D. Jones having spoken in a similar strain, Mr. James, suitably responded. Songs etc., were given by Messrs. Evan Evans, Ivor Evans, O^car Evans, W. G. Thomas, and Mr. Luther Euwards. Mr. T. D. Jones accom- panied and the meeting terminated with the singing ot Auld Lang Syne."

"ROUXD THE WORLD ON A BICYCLE."

THE TRADE OF THE PORT AND…

SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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SWANSEA'S ILLUSTRIOUS DEAD.

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