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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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VENTILATEDSHORS.

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Mr. John Morley has arrived at the Red Houpe, Hawnrden, where h will re-ide fo!' several months, in order that he may hive readv access to the p tpers in Hawarden Castle, t'le study of which is necessary in connpction with the right hon. gentleman's preparation of a biography of Mr. Gladstone. The Hed House was formerly the residence of the Hon. Mrs. W. H. Gladstone, and was recently occupied by Lady Frederick Cavendish. Mr. and Mrs. Rudyard Kipling are expected to go for a few weeks to Scotland. They will probably'reside at Creich Manse, Sutherlandshire. Mr. William Waldorf Astor, the well-known millionaire aud newspaper pro- rie'or, has re- nounced his American citizenship and has become a Briti-h subject. The necessary certifi- cate of naturalisation was granted t,) Mr. Astor on July 11th last Sir Charle-s and Lady Shelley have gone to, A yit g-tun Park, near Winchester, for the season. TIe Hon. St. John Brodrick, M.P.. and Lady Hihli Brodrick have taken Holuibury, near Dorking, for a few weeks. THE SWANSEA DOG Stfow.-Thi- great show will be held at Mumbles on August 7th.

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT.

TUESDAY.

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NEATH BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

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