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; CHRISTMAS^SELECTlois. j

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POLICE BAND BUMPER CONCERT.

REV. J. ALBAN DAVIES.

Two Divorce Cases.

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Morriston Lady Robbed at Cardiff.

Patti and the Poor.

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The" Appointed Day" at Llanelly-

Well-known Swansea Trader…

Death of Mr. T. Powell, Brynteg*.…

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Death of Mr. T. Powell, Brynteg*. J Mr. Thomas Powell, J.P., died at his resi- dence, Brynteg, Neath, on Thursday morn- ing. He had been in an unconscious condi- tion for days. Deceased, who was in his 77th year, had had a remarkable career. His father and he were connected with the famous Neath Abbey Iron Works, and were famuiar with that grand old institution in the height of its prosperity. About 1846 both father and son went to France, where they established famous engineering works at Rou n. The deceased gentleman saw much of the trouble incident to the Revolution of 1848. Again in the course of the Franco-German war he ha-1 a, score or so of German officers quartered upon him at his house. His father d:ed in 1846. Deceased did not return from Franco to live in Wales until 1873 Fourteen rears ago he married Miss Griffiths, daughter of tlx-, late Rev. Daniel Griffiths, of Zoar Tndepen- dent Chapel, Neath. The late Mr. Towell was a Nonconformist and a Liberal, p.nd in both capacities he exhibited depth of principle and conviction, and honest fearlessness. He was a county magistrate. MWDIMWWPMW .)

I Swansea Valley Railway Smash.…

WHAT A TIMELY USE WOULD DO.…

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Neath Gunners' Annual Dinner.

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PRIZE DAY I

Prize Presentation atMissGarlick's

IXSrRE YOUR LIFE.

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