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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'…

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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.

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Cymanfa at Morriston. Not many places can boast of being al musical as Morriston. On Monday, the sixth annual singing festival in connection with the Independent churches of Morriston and district was held. In the morning the fes- ti val was at Horeb Chapel, and was con- fined to the children alone, under the con ductorship of Mr. Penfro Rowlands. Mr. D. Emlyn Evan6 was also present. The spacious balcony was crowded with children from Carmel, Felindre, HON>b, Pontlasse, and Tabernacle Chapels, while the area of the edi £ oe was also filled with entranced lis- teners. Mr. W. S. Treharne presided. Th* first hymn sung was "Daeth boreu i'r adar man," and the immense volume of melody whkh came from the children sounded im- pressive. Two other pieces having been rendered beautifully, Mr. Penfro Rowlands then asked the children questions on the subject, "Christ before Pil. te," and "Christ before Herod," and the whjle mass of yourg beings answering the cfiJeetions, they be: -g given in the singing programme. After each question a different child would interpolate a part of a chapter appropriate to the qii. s tion and answer. Singing resumed, children rendered the difficult ajith<: > "Cysegrwn flaenffrwth ddyddiau'a 'hoes, and others, and a very pleasant mornir.f work was concluded by the singing of "By 1! Canu yn y Nefoedd." Mr. D. J. Utovc. Horeb, presided at the organ.

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