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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.

Cardiff Steamer in Collision.

Anthracite Miners' Monthly…

Princess at St Fagan's.

Swansea Volunteer Gunners'…

i" ' ^ Penclawdd Station-Master's…

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Earl Cawdor at Bridgend.I

Swansea Attendance Committee.

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Swansea Attendance Committee. Swansea Schools' Attendance Committee met on Monday. Mr. R. Dommett presided. It was reported that scarlet fever and eczema respectively had affected the average attendance at the York-place and St. David's Schools. Some doctors say the children are to be home ten weeks," complained one of the attendance officers, "others say for ten days." The committee dared not say when doctors' disagreed. Replying to Mr. D. Harris, the clerk said five years was the compulsory age at which children had to attend school, but they were admitted at three years. By raising the age to four, Mr. Harris argued, accommodation cou'd be found for the majority of the children at- tending the LOil-provided (or voluntary) schools, should those schools be closed.—"A handful of trifling offences are all that are to be recorded under this he^d" reported Mr. Legee H.M. Inspector, referring to the Industrial School. "The transfer to the new Education Committee has meant the loss to the school of a. sterling friend in Mi*R Dillwym." The disposal of the boys received atten- tion, but it was disappointing, the inspec- tor thought, that none were placed in the army. The Clerk renorted that he would confer with the CVrk of the Guardians on the sub- ject of underfed children. Considerable discussion arose over the In- dustrial School at Bonymaen. MT. David Harris said v would pay the Corporation to send the boys to a training schoc', and would mean a saving of £ 400 to £500 per year.

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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;