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Assault on .Swansea Police.

Fochriw Curate's Home-Coming.

Judge and the Jury-box.

Swansea Gifts to the Queen.

11—,„,|___ CHAMBERLAIN'S REPLY.

Hot Weather at Porthcawl Camp.

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Swansea Education Committee…

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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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SWANSEA WELSiI LIBRARIAN. Nr. H, E. H. James' Important Appointment. We are very pleased to announce that the Education Committee of the Pembroke County Council on Tuesday selected Mr, Hush E. H. James, B.A., Welsh Librarian at the Swansea Free Library, to the import- ant post of director and inspector of educa- tion for the county at a commencing salary of £250, advancing by annual increments to a maximum of JE550. Mr. Jarnes (.who is the eldest son of Mr, E. James, J.P., Pantygafel, North Pem- brokeshire) is 30 years of age, and has had a creditable scholastic career. He received his elementary education in the Glandwr E08 rd School, and a secondary education at Narberth Grammar School and Ardwyn School, Aberystwyth, matriculating in the University of London in the first division at I the age of 17. He subsequently acted as assistant master at Whitland Intermediate School, and later as chief assistant in the Brierly Hill Board School, Ebbw Vale. Whilst at the latter place he won a Monmouth County Scholar- ship of the value of j350 a year, tenable for three years, at Cardiff University College, and eventually graduated in classics and modern languages. In addition to his training as an element* arv and secondary school teacher, Mr. James was for some time clerk to the Llan- fvrnach School Board, and was also engaged during college vacations at the Central <irI d if Welsh Board Offices at Cardiff. During his three years' residence in Swan- sea Mr. James manifested a lively interest in all Welsh movements. Mr. James is a Convegationalist and a member of Ebene- zer Welsh Chapel.

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