Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

27 articles on this Page

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE TRADE OF THE PORT AND…

"F. C. G."

GENERAL TROTTER'S ADVICE TO…

SLEEP.

i IRONYT

[No title]

NOTES BY WATCHMAN.

ITHE LATE "FREE CHURCHMAN,"

THE TAFF VALE RAILWAY. j

Advertising

BRITON FERRY.

SKEWEN.

MORRISTON.

LLANSAMLET.

News
Cite
Share

LLANSAMLET. ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE QUOITING CLUB. The first annual banquet of the Llansamlet Quoiting Club was held last Monday (Christmas Eve), at the club's headquarters, Traveller's Rest, Llansamlet. After everyone had done full justice to the capital dinner served by Host and Hostess Jenkins, the second part of the evening was devoted to singing. The usual toasts were submitted, and were drunk with musical honours. Songs were rendered in the intervals by Messrs. T. Davies (Morriston), who was encored; Jack Evans (captain), L. Davies, Eli White, T. Row- lands, H. Sims, and a few selections on the mouth organ by Rees Andrew. After a most enjoyable evening had been spent the concert terminated with the singing of "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau." Mr. Tom John, Colliers Arms, ably presided. SHOOTING MATCH. The annual shooting match took place on the grounds of the Traveller's Rest on Christmas Day. Local marksmen were very fortunate in securing the chief prizes. CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES. Services were held during Christmas Day in the Parish Church, and in the evening a capital entertainment was given in the Schoolroom bv the juveniles, which was thoroughly enjoyed. The Vicar presided in his usual manner.- Services were also held in the various chapels, and were largely attended.

SEASONABLE GENEROSITY.

FARMER SHOT NEAR PONTARDAWE.

FOREIGN TRIBUTE TO BRITISH…

ICOMPETITION MEETING AT CAPEL…

ENIGMA.

OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON."

LOCAL FIXTURES OF FORTHCOMING…

RAILWAY RETURNS.

Advertising

Family Notices

Advertising