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Assault on .Swansea Police.

Fochriw Curate's Home-Coming.

Judge and the Jury-box.

Swansea Gifts to the Queen.

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Swansea Gifts to the Queen. Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins, No. 34, Wern Pit-road, Landore, and Mrs. Han- nah Hughes, Lisbon, Treboeth, hav- ing jointly sent, through the Mayor of Swansea, a red Welsh wool shawl, flannel apron, and Welsh bonnet to Queen Alexandra, have, received the following reply from Buckingham Palace:-— "Buckingham Palace, July 23, 1904, "Madam,—The Queen received the red Welsh shawi and the other things. Her Majesty was very pleased with them, and 1 am commanded to express her thanks.— I am, vour obedient servant. SIDNEY GREVILLE." When the late Duchess of Teck, accom- panied by her daughter, Princess May (1he present Princess of Wales), visited Civile •Castle in 1888, Mis. Hopkins and Mrs. Hughes visited the Castle and presented both Royal ladies with a Welsh bjnnett, apron and shawl Subsequently the Duchess and her daughter, accompanied by members of the Vivian family, visited the fruit stall of Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Hopkins in Swan- sea Market as purchasers, and presented them with their photographs.

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Hot Weather at Porthcawl Camp.

Fforestfach Publican Sued.

Swansea Education Committee…

MERTHYR MURDER CHARGE,

IfrisonerTcquitted,

Riotious Outbreak at Aberavon.

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CHAPEL TRUSTEES' ACTION.

Welsh National Show.

Tinplate Tariffs IUseful Return

DROWNED IN A CASK.

SWANSEA'S SILENT TRAGEDIES.

SWANSEA SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY.

NEATH NOTES.

MR. BENSON'S COMPANY TO VISIT…

SWANSEA WELSiI LIBRARIAN.

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