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.*******************! | SWANSEA…

"CHAPERONES."

Improvemsnt of Gower Ponies.

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"FEAR THE WORST."

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End of "John of Cowers

Swansea Salisbury Money Club.

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Swansea Salisbury Money Club. A large company sat down to dinner in the Salisbury Constitutional Club, Swansea, on Thursday evening, under the auspices of the old established money club. Mr W. Howaiid presided, and he was supported by Messrs. VViniam Evans, A. Abbott, C. W. Gulliver, W. Walters, R. Walton (secretary), W. I horuton, E. C. Poole, J. Grant a.nd others. After doing justice to the excellent re-pnst, Mr. W. Walters gave the tewt of the "Money Club," which he said was the backbone of the Salisbury Club. Mr. R. Walton (secretary), in reply, alluded to Mr. Walters' assistance to the club, and said that daring his (Mr. Wal- ton's) secretaryship, some £7,fX!J. bad changed hand's. He then deck-red a dividend of 10s. per si ho re, amid applause. The chairman s-oke of the secretary's work, as did Mr. J. Jones, boat builder, who gloried in the fact that they "were all Jcey Chamberlains now." Mr. C. W. Gulliver, in proposing the toast of the "Conservative dmb and Cause," said that Dulwioh aind Lewisham proved conclu- sively that the country was with Mr. Cham- berlain, who was actuated by the highest and most patriotic motives in his crusade. He was confident his policy would win the day. (Applause). Mr. A. Abbott (chairman j of the Salisbury Club), in responding, paid a tribute to the money club as a factor in hold- ing Conservatives together. Thanks to Mr. Wad'dington, the Conservative cause was never stronger than it was at the present time. He had both youth and experience, the latter having been gained in a town second only to Swansea- (laughter and applause.) The best they o' lild wish liim was a successful general election. (Applause). The next toasts were those of the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and j Secretary. Mr. W. Howard, iu responding for the first, prided himself on the fact that he was a Conservative working man. Judg- ing by the success of Mr. Ghambsrlfian's ■policy, the bulk of the working men of the country were Conservatives, too. Mr. Wm. Evans" followed in eloquent strain, and Mr. R. Walton received a very cordial reception wilih musical honours im acknowledging the complimenUwy references to him, and Messrs. E. C. Poole, Geo. Bowen, J. Grant, also ) spoke. The oratorical part of the programme was interspersed with musical contributions bv Messrs. Magga (gramophone), J. Lynch (who was in splendid voice), Samuel Lewis, C. Pound (in violin solos and clever card tricks), Jlle Bateman (the smart local o m- ique), Geo. Lloyd and W. Cun-an (artistic baritone and biss respectively1, Jj/k Jones, and several otlurs. Among the. toasts was that of the steward and stewardess, and to which Mr. Davenport responded. The vote was well deserved, as the "spread'' was most enjoyable.

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