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OUR COOKERY CORNER,

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! PENLLERGAER MEMORAL WINDOW.

Mr. Graham Vivian's House…

Trueman v. Knoyle: To be Continued.

Kitchener's Recovery.

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MP. CHAMBERLAIN'S COMMISSION

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DEAF AND DUMB CHILDREN. -

ISwansea Burglary: d615 in…

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POSED AS LORD SWANSEA'S SON I Corespondent's Curious Imposture. In the Divorce Court on Friday Mr. W. J. Haw ken, of Plymouth, a eub-lieu tenant in the Royal Navy, sued fir a dissolution of his marriage with Mrs. Amy Gertrude Haw- ken, on the ground of her alleged misconduct with Mr. Victor Evans, from whom damages were claimed. The suit was undefended. It was stated that the marrltgo took place on the 17th December. 1901. Th3 petitio.vr had to go away on service and according to the evidence the co-respondent iiad visited the respondent while he wcaway, parsing by the name of the "Hoji. Victor Vivian." They had been seen kissing each other, and had been done together in the house -vhere the respondent lived. Whether he posed as the son of Lord Swansea or not it was not known, but, at eny rate, h" certainly was not go. On witness, who }k1.d been a groom to the co-respondent, said he believed the co res- pondent h:td been in the Army, but at the time in question he vas following no occupa- tion. The co respondent told him he was the half-brother of Lord Swansea. The jury found for the petitioner, and as- sessed the damages against the co?reepond- ellt at JB500. A decree nisi was granted —»

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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