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SWANSEA DISTRICT.

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|LLANDOVERY.

Llanelly Liberal Association…

Fighting Their Battles O'er…

Record Week at Swansea.

'.r-CURATE AND THE CLUF.

Hospital Fete's Future.

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Summertide at Swansea.

Gower Breach of Promise Case.

Swansea Fruiterer Fined.

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SENGHENYDD HORROR.

Llanelly Sentence Needs RevisionI

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TO LADIES.

SWANSEA RSHERMAWS OUTBURST.

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Theatrical Artistes' Rough Time A party of theatrical artistes met with a thrilling experience m the Bristol Channel a week ago. It is stated that a party numbering six- three ladies and three gentlemen left llfra* combe on the Sunday morning for Swansea by sailing boat, the conditions being favour- able to the trip. After covering a third of the journey the wind entirely dropped, and the strong cur- I rents were taking the boat out to sea. As the party could not row they had to drift, in the hope of being picked up. Land by this time had disappeared, and with no provisions in the boat and under a broiling sun, the unfortunate party exper- ienced the pangs of hunger and thirst. Fur- ther, sea-sickness was added to their trou- bles. The remainder of the day they dr-fted, and that night the three young ladies suf- fered greatly, the morning finding them 0,11 much exhausted. Fortunately the Swansea tug Surprise saw the party's dilemma, and in response to the signals for help went-to the rescue, tho rariv beiüf5 taken toe the Mumbles, where they were landed at the pier. Subsequently they had recovered .ôuffi- "iently to be able to leave for Swansea, and whence on to Aberystwyth by train, where hey were due to "cpen" on the Monday. The party were known by the name of 'The Gaieties."

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