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I LADIES' GOSSIP. |

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SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST.

Mabon Appointed Miners' Treasurer.

Swansea Hawker Turns Nasty.

CARRIAGE ACCIDENT AT AMMANFORD.

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-......-OUR COOKERY CORNER.

SWANSEA MIGHT BE BEAUTIFUL.

EX-SWANSEA PUBLICAN'S LUCK.

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Brutal Assault at Morriston.

A Dip in the Nant.

I Swansea Old Woman Burned,

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I Swansea Old Woman Burned, J An old woman, named Norah Birmingham 1 (75), residing with a M'i'. and MTS. T. Ha.nn ■ at Xo. 16, Brook-street, Swanser. was severely burnt on Saturday night, and she i.s not expected to recover. The old ladv was left to herself, when at 10.15 p.m., as Mary Murphy, No. 16, Well-stireet, was putting her children lo bed, and looking out of Ix. I be/iiroom window, she saw Mrs. Birmingham outs/ide the house in flames. She immediately ran to her assistance, ai d, I with the help of other neighbours, pulled he: burning clot lies off and carried her into the house. Dr. Jones Powell was sent for. Tlho i old woman stated that the accident happened whilst she was lighting her pipe to smoke. Slie dropped the lighted match an. the floor, and her clc-tfhes quickly became ignited. Dr. Powell's examination disclosed exten- sive burning wouinds on the right forearm, and also slight burns uinder tli e chin, which P.C. Maggs, who was early on the scene, had temporarily bandaged, and he afterwards had her removed to bed. Later in the even- ing the old woman was removed to the Swan- sea. Hospital, and subsequently to the Swan- sea, Union Workhouse Infirmary.

Buffalo Bill Henpecked.

Marquise de Lisle Divorced.…

SWANSEA GUARDIANS.

PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT.

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I LADIES' GOSSIP. |