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ATHLETIC NOTES.

SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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CONTEMPORARY CHAT.

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LOCAL NEWS.

GOWER AND DISTRICT.

IABERAVON AND PORT TALBOT

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LLANDILO.

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LLANDILO. The Llandilo Company of the 1st V.B. Welsh arrived home from camp at Minehead by the 6.30 train on Saturday morning, and were met by the band of the company at the i-tation and a large number of townspeople, to give them a welcomn hOlll". '1 be ineu looked well after their hard week's work, and their uniforms bore unmistake- able sig-tls of heavy drills. Having been marched to the Drill Hall, Major William* thanked the men fo" the uniform good conduct and z al with which they had gone through camp life during the week, and hoped they would be none the worse for their outinar. Previously to leaving camp on Friday, Col. Picton Evan-" addressed the battalion, thank- ( ing them for musterinyr in such large numbers, and 8..id the way in which they had carried out their arduous duties during the hot weather was surpri-ing. A meeting of the Llandilo Urban District Council was held on Tuesday, August ht. when there were present Mr. J. W. Nichoils (in the chair), Messrs. W. Griffiths, E. A. Robert- T. E. Thomas, David Stephens. W. Jones, Evan Jones, Rev. W. Davies, and Thomas Hopkins. Mr. T. S. Griffith-, of the Railway Tavern Stores, hawing offered to rent the vacant store ro m near Bank House for 10s. per month, and undertaken to up possession whenever required, it was resolved that the same be let to him on those terms. It was also agreed that the tender of Mr. Pritchard Davies for laying 3-iuch pipes, etc., in Latimer-road be accepted. The Surveyor was directed to see that the owners of property in Greenfield-place repair the road adjoining their premises. It was resolved that the tender of Messrs. W. and J. Thomas for winding, etc., the town clock for one year ending the 30th June, 1900, for the sum of £2 10s. be accepted. FOOTBALL POACKING.—We have heard that Llandilo is noted for game poaching, but never heard of men poaching. A man named Mitchell, of Llanelly, instructed by Mr. Skinner, secretary of the Halifax Football Club, trespis<ed on our preserves by trying to steal our little Georgie. He was going to have £10 himself, so he told us. if he could only get Georgie away, and also hinted at a bigger sum for Georsie. Anyhow his instructions were. get George Davies and T:ew but get George Davids at any price. We hope Mitcbell nor Skinner will be very much put out we are sorry George cannot go. t

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VENTILATEDSHORS.

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SWANSEA COUNTY COURT.

TUESDAY.

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NEATH BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

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