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SUICIDE AT COCKETT-

CHRISTMASTIDE IN SWANSEA &…

SWANSEA'S AGED POOR.

GRAND THEATRE, SWANSEA

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WELSH (!) PLACE NAMES.

jLOCAL WEDDINGS.

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LOCAL WEDDINGS. GRIFFITHS—HA YNES. A wedding took place on Wednesday morn- ing at St. Thomas Church, Swansea., the Rev. William Evans (Vicar), officiating. The contracting paities were Mr. Harry Haynes, of Sheffield, and Miss Naomi Griffiths, of St. Thomas. The bride, who was given cway by her brother, wore a very pretty white dress with chiffon fichu. and carried a bouquet of choice hewers. She was attended by two bi-idesu-iaids-Miss Florrie Griffiths (sister of the bride), and Mips Elba Goadwig. Mr. LJew. Harry acted as beet man. The honey- moon. is being spent in the Midlands. DOLLING-POWNEY. The wedding of MiFs Edith Dolling (daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Dolling. of 9, Bi-unswick-streft, Swansea), and Mr. Gecrge Powney, took place at St. Mary's Church on Thursday morning. The bride. who was accompanied by her two bridesmaids Miss Maud Williams (niece), end Miss Edith Powney, of Aberavon (cousin of the bride- groom}, was attired in dove grey, trimmed with silk to match, tier hat being of violet velvet, relieved with white lace. The bride was accompanied by her brother. Mr. E. Dolling (of Bristol), whilst Mr. Fred James was best man. The Rev. T. Morris officiated.

RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY.

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LANDORE AND DISTRICT JUNIOR…

VARTEG COLLIERY COMPANY LTD

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SWANSEA HOSPITAL.

SWAXSEA g^MNEE^ND JIBRBAL

LOVE'S COMPANION.