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X j I H j DISTRICT -is bekl «n Vr-itii^rgan, arranged D»n«s, G-lyucollen. Mr. John .Viihidis, .Dma^s Hcue, Swansea, presided, and the -i rtwtes were: M ir L.. I)a vies .<1 tVLjifl Bowen, and Messrs. Luther Da- vies and L van Evans; violinists, Messrs. John, Shadrach and Morgans. Mr. Horace ^•muel accompanied. At Llaneliy on Tuesday, George Jones, Jabourer, Hoelfawr, was charged wit'a ob- taining 10s. 3d. under false pretences at Machynys Farm. P.S. Britten said Jones when charged Ie- plied, "I am quite gudty." Inspector Rogers applied for a remaud, and stated that there were further charges, and prisoner was remanded until Wednes- day. A pony and trap belonging to Mr. Rees, Abernant Brewery, Gwaun-cae-gnrwen, have been missing since Saturday Dunn"- the evening Mr. Rees had driven down to the Raven Hotel, Garnant, and left the trap outeide. When ho came out a. few minutes later he found that someone had made off with it. It was traced to Ammanford, iftd wae last seen being furiously driven in the direction oi Pantyfiynon. Burry Port Trades and Labour Council met on Saturday, ,Mr. üllliam Griffiths pre- siding, to nominate two candidates for seats on the Council. Speeches were delivered by Dr. J. H. illiarne, Coun. Wm. Howell Messrs. E. Maunder, Philip Eynon, George Morgan and David Watkins. The names ot Dr. John H. Williams and Councillor WIn. Howell o., Labour candidates will sub- mitted to a joint meeting of tus various unions. unions. At rontardawe, oil Saturday afternoon a meeting was held under the auspices of the Swansea Valley Teachers' Association, Mr. F. W. Gilbertson, J.P., presiding. Mr. Ballard (County Council Inspector of Schools) spoke on "Certaia Types of Teachers." Afterwards, Mr. J. Walter Jones, B.A. (Ystalyfera County School), moved, and Mr. Ballard seconded votes of; thanks to the Chairman. A private session was afterwards held, when it was decided amongst other things, to present Mr. E. Copus, Inspector of Schools, with a testi- monial on the occasion of his departure for Newport. The teachers of the Gowerton Schools' Group met at Trinity-place Higher Grade Schools, on Saturday. Mr. D. H. Williams, Penyrheol, presided over a splendid atten- da.nce. The treasurer (Mr. John Rowlands. Waun- arlwyd) presented the report for 1904, which was considered satisfactory. Miss Deacon. B. and 0. Fund secretary, reported that £6 56. Od. had been sent to that organisation. Mr. D. H. Williams. Mrs. Rees, Gorsei- non, and Mr. D. Oscar Williams (Gorseinon) were selected as delegates to the Llan- dndno Conference. Mr. D. H. Williams was selected a.s the representative on the council of the Glamorgan Federation of Teachers. William Lewis, of Piccadilly-row, Loughor, was killed on Thursday afternoon while following his occupation at Broadoak Colliery, Loughor. Deceased was crushed between two trams and his spine was broken. He was near'v finishing his turn when the accident hap- pened. Deceased, who wis an old man, worked "on top," and was a widower. The County Coroner has been notified. William Thomas, a. collier, saw deceased going from the top of the pit with some took in his hand towards the blacksmith's shop. Three or four minutes later he saw him lying between the rails on the siding between two trucks, insensible. He never recovered con- sciousness, and died a couple dT hours later. The great cry to-day throughout the Prin- cipality is, "How can the churcnes keep the converts by the revival from falling away now that they have been reclaimed?" In I; Llansamlet the vicar of the parish has for some time past been actively engaged on pro- moting a scheme as a solution.0 A general meeting of subscribers was held recently the Rev. J. M. Griffiths (vicar) nre. siding. Tenders for building an institute had been advertised for, and six had been received. The quotations were as follows Messrs. Weaver and Co., £ 9C0 Thomas and Jones (Morriston), £ 867; O. David (Skew -n) I £824; Jones, Phillips and Thomas, £878; Jones and lIwen (Llansamlet), £742: and D. W. Rosser (Llansamlet), £ 725. Alderman Jordan moved, and Mr. William Davies (Post Office) seconded, that as Mr. Rosser's tender wae the lowest it be accepted. Mr. Millard, however, wished to know if the arm with the lowest tender paid their workmen the trade union rate-wage in vogue in the district. No satisfactory reply was given to this inquiry, and ultimately Mr. D. W. Rosser's tender for £725 was accepted. The main building will be 101 feet long by 60 feet wide, and is to be completed by the end of June next. The land is in Church- road, and has been given by the Earl of Jersey.


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