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OUR COOKERY CORNER,

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! PENLLERGAER MEMORAL WINDOW.

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Trueman v. Knoyle: To be Continued.

Kitchener's Recovery.

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MP. CHAMBERLAIN'S COMMISSION

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MP. CHAMBERLAIN'S COMMISSION Galaxy of Experts: A Daring Step. The following statement, giving some par- ticulars of the work, scope, and composition of the Tariff Commission to which Mr. Cham- berlain referred in his speech at Leeds on berlain referred in his speech at Leeds on Wednesday night, has been issued:—"It has become evident that, should the electorate en- dorse Mr. Chamberlain's proposals for tariff reform, a lengthy period would intervene be- tween the necessary investigations into the many intricate proplems which pr seated themselves, and the actual introduction of the tariff. This period would tend to inactivity and even disorganisation in almost every trade. Evidently, therefore, in the event of a Government pledged to tariff reform ccm- ing into power, it would be of the utmost ser- vice that the preliminary investigations should have been made, (nd that thus the work of inquiry should have been so far com., I pleted as to render the process of arriving at exact conclusions much less lengthy and much less difficult. This work of ascertaining the manner in which the many conflicting inter- ests may best be harmonised will be under- taken by the Tariff Commission. The fallow- in, have already accepted Mr. Chamberlain's invitation to serve — Mr. Charles Allen. Mr. Charles Booth, F.R.S. Mr. Richard Burbidge. Sir Vincent Caillard, K-B. Mr. J. J. Candlish. The Right Hon. Henry Chaplin, M.P. Mr. J. Howard C0II9. Mr. William Henry Grenfell, M.P. Mr. F. Leverton Harris, M.P. Sir Alexander Henderson, Bart., M.P. Sir Alfred Hickman, Bart., M.P. Sir Alfred L. Jones, K.C.M.G. Mr. Arthur Keen. Sir W. T. Lewis, Bart. Mr. A. W. Maconochie, M.P. Mr. W. H. Mitchell. Mr. Alfred Moseley, C.M.G. Sir Andrew Noble, Bart., K.C.B. The Hon. Charles Parsons, F.R.C. Sir Walter Peace, K.C.M.G. Mr. C. Arthur Pearson. Sir Charles Tennant, Bart. Mr. S. J. Waring, jun.

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ISwansea Burglary: d615 in…

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CORPORATION EXTRAVAGANCE.

SWANSEA PARK DISCOVERY.

Swansea School Board Committees.

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Chamberlain as Empire Uniter.

Expedition to Tibet.

Death of Gurnos Jones.

Swansea's Trade Last Week.

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