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Government as Shareholder,

Milford's Rivalry with Swansea

Swansea Five-Year-Old Child…

Mr. Alfred David's Rejoinder.

Craig-y-Nos Cook's Action.

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PLEHVE S ASSASSINATION.

Mr. Brynmor Jones* Chawffeur…

Beauties of Swansea China.

IBoy Cadets off to Camp.

Bridgend Sensation: Foul Play…

! BRACELET FATALITY. !—

Funeral of " Jim ' Valentine.

Manchester Singrers on Mumbles…

Funeral of Mrs. A. E. Fur…

OBSTINATE RUSSIA.

BREAKING INTO THE "CASK."

SWANSEA'S EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

Swansea. Plumber's Queer Accident.

Swansea Working Men's Club.

World's Champion Sculler,

Ex-Morriston Publican's Death.

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Ex-Morriston Publican's Death. Morriston was surprised to learn on Satur- day morning of the death of Mr. James H. Sutton, ex-landlord of the "Rose and Crown Hotel, Morriston, and cooper at the Pentrc- poth Chemical Works. Deceased, who was in his forty-eighth year, appeared to be in his usual hearty- state of health on Friday evening, and was engaged in conversation until late. He ex- pressed his intention of going over by the "boat" on Saturday to bring home his wife, who had for several weeks been recuperating her health after a serious illness. He was called as usual early on Saturday morning, only to be discovered dead. Only nine days previous he had removed from the Rose and Crown to 109, Dillwyn-street, after being the genial host there for about four years. He leaves a large family. Though apparently enjoying the best health, and of robust frame, deceased bad been under regular treatment of Dr. J. B. Gabe, Pentrepoth, who obviates an inquest by certifying death to be due to fatty de- I generation of the heart, and heart failure.

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__j__— —!- "i Welsh Fusiliers'…

Defending Swansea Harbour.

funeral of P.C. Gammon.

Old Soldiers Movement Spreading

Post-mortem on P.C. Gammon.

Swansea Architect's Strange…

" Milking" the Meter.

- ■■9 Swansea Artillery Volunteers…

Terrible Affair at Portsmouth.

Dyffryn Strike Finally Settled.