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OUR LONDON LETTER .

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' i BANQUET.

THE CRAY WAfER WORKS.

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH CONVERSAZIONE.

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THE CWMBWRLA WORKS.—It is now stated on the authority of Mr. Bond, that men will be put on to make the necessary repairs at Cwmbwrla. Works at once, and that a satis- factory arrangement as regards wages has been made with the tinplaters, which gives an equivalent to 20 to 22i per cent. off the list of 1874. LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION.—The Wor,hipful Mayor of Swansea on Sunday morning presented certificates to the successful candidates in connection with the London and North Western Railway Swansea Branch of the St. John's Ambulance Association, at the Agricultural Hall, St. Helen's-road. Mr. Fred. Smith (district superintendent of the Company) presided, being supported by Mr. J. B. Bailey (assistant superintendent), Mr. Hy. McDonnell (manager of Mes-rs. Weaver & Co.), Dr. Reid (who conducted the class in question), Mr. R. J. Lendrum (the energetic secretary. e Mayor gave some kindly advice to the ga ri g of railway servants present, and then presented certificates to the following f5- Bailey, David Morgan, Ed. Lewis, o <■ David Berickstrop, James p^ew Thomas, W. A. Jones, David Taylor, Reuben Bridgwater, The. Jones Jas. David Davies John Edwards, Arthur Davies Arthur Jenkins, Hy. Renowden (for the second time), and Thos. Evans (also for the second time). His Worship next pre-ented Dr. Reid with an aneroid barometer, and the secretary (Mr. Lendrum) with a set of gold lmliS as a recognition by the members of the honorary services they had rendered. Both gifts were suitably acknowledged, the secretary remarking that during the year 65 members bad qualified themselves in the work of the association, and only about five bad failed in the examinations. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Hy. McDonnell, who has been the superintendent of an ambulance corps of 800 men, then delivered a most interesting address, in which he urged a continual practice in the first aid, so that they might keep up the knowledge they had gained.— Votes of thanks to the Mayor and Chairman were accorded, and his Worship, in reply, referred to a hope expressed by Mr. McDonnell that a local ambulance centre would be shortly formed in Swansea, and said be would be very pleased to do all he could to bring that about. (Hear, hear.)

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RHONDDA & SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY.

HIGH WATER IN SWANSEA HARBOUR

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