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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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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.

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Death of Gurnos Jones. The death took place at his residence. High- street. LIanbradach. at 12.50 a.m. on Tburs- diy, of Dr. Gurnos Jones, at the age of 59L Deceased had been ailillg for tome time, but was able to preach at Tredegar on Sunday last, and to discharge his duties as pastor of' the Tabernacle Cha-pel, Llanbradach. up to Tuesday last. Heart failure was the eause of death. The Rev. E. Gurnos Jones, as pvet. preacher, adjudicator, lecturer, eisteddfod1 conductor, was one of the best known men i» Wales. In eisteddfodic circle's he will be- much missed, for in recent years lie Lad figur 00 as conductor at the large majority of the National Eisteddfodaa His last appearance in this capacity was at Llanelly, in August. 1903. A native of Carmarthenshire. Evan Jomee. as was his- Ic baptismal name, was born at Hendre IJyw- arch Farm, Gwernogle. and subsequently lived in his youth at *e village of Guriios. near Y stajyfera. heroe hie bnrdic name. In* early life. depri> of both of his ;-ar<>ntfi,. he struggled h Ard against adverse circum- stances, but be was bent oc entering tibe ministry, and hie indomitable spirit carrioaf him through. He received his early educa- tion at the school at Bnechfa kept by the Rev 't homas Jones, who was a good ckseical scholar. Here Gnrac6 remained for 24 years, among his fellow pupils bean< Mr. R. Morris Lewis, of the Civil Service, Swamsea, whose Welsh renderings of the classic poems of. Greece have riade hs name fun.'liar to Welsfe. readers.

Swansea's Trade Last Week.

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