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ALL BJOOTS RESERVED.

IHELPIXG THE DEAF.

BREEZE AT LLANELLY COUHCIL

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NATIONAL MUSEUM.

SWANSEA CHURCH ARMY.

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SUNDAY AT SWANSEA,r

PEOPLE TELL THE TRUTH.

DEATH OF MR. T. D. LEWIS.

I PURSE STOLEN AT NEATH.

I"BEARS" AM) BLOCK TIN.

.SEAWEED IN KIDNEY DISEASES.

Swansea Parks Entertainment.

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MORRISTON COMPENSATION CASE

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Steward Charged with Theft…

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----i May-Day Gale at Swansea.

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Paderewski's Grave Illness.

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Princess at St Fagan's.

Swansea Volunteer Gunners'…

i" ' ^ Penclawdd Station-Master's…

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Penclawdd Station-Master's Departure. On Saturday night, .t the Mission Room, Penclawdd, a packed gathering wished God- speed to the ex-sta.tionmaster (Mr. Bound), who, afteT thirty yeojes' service at Pen- clawdd, was removing to Gowerton to take over the dirties of stationmaster there. A presentation of a silver tea and coffee ser- vioe, suitably inscribed, to both MT. and Mrs. Bound, was a7so made, with a gold albert and medal, and also ti handsome marble clock to Mr. John Bound. Mr. G. E. Gordon presided, and there were also present Mre. G. E. Gordon, Dr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. P. Griffiths (Llanmorlais), Mre. Edwards, Mr: Jenkins, etc. Messages of regret were recevwd tiom Kov. D. Davies, Mr. G. iiakeT Haynes, J.P., and others. Mr. Gordon said Mr. Bound had shown himself most ready to render any assistance be could to any one who needed his help. The Sunday schools were especially obliged to him. He had displayed much tact in his duties, foresight, generosity, and forbear- ance, and he fully deserved the presents which they were giving him that night. Mr. William Jenkins (Penlan) followed Mr. Bound was that evening reaping some of the good fruiteof his sowing, and he hoped both Mr. and Mrn. Bound would 1" 'ng soared to enjoy the presents. Mr. Daniel Owen fol- lowed, and there also spoke Mr. John Jen- kins, Dr. Hughes and Mr. P. Griffiths. The presentation of the silver tea and coffee service to Mr. and Mrs. Bound was performed in a neat speech by Mrs. G. E. Gordon. Mr. Daniel Owen then presented the gold albert and medal, and Mr. Gordon the marble clock to Mr. Bound. Mr. Bound said he did not think he de- served such magnificent presents as they bad given him that evening. He had only tried to do what any man would do—his duty. Mns. Boond also spoke a few words of thanks. During the evening a capital programme was gone through, too following, amongst others, contributing: Messm. Tenry Jen- kins, Dan Thomas, John Jenkins (so-os), and E. Guy (recitation). Mr. W. Jenkins accom- panied. The success of the evening reflects the greatest credit on th- committee and secretary (Mr. D. Jenkins).

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Earl Cawdor at Bridgend.I

Swansea Attendance Committee.

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.West Wales Trades Notes.

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Llanelly Suffocation Case.

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Llanelly Docks Manager.I -

¡Mr, John Williams at Work,I

IAberavon Milk Cases Dismissed,I

Cymanfa at Morriston.

! Slack Week at Swansea Docks,

Lion Tamer and the Ladie6;