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Spends Thursday at Golden…

\ ———— ! Friday's Ceremony…

j Little Band of Hope Purse-Holders'…

CHILDREN'S COUGHS.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

County Business.

Glamorgan Rifle Association,

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Female Hawker Disappears.\1

.."'¡". Late Rev, Thomas Rees'…

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.¡ Late Rev, Thomas Rees' Plea for a Library. So far back as February 18th, 1867, in an address delivered at the, Royal Institutiont Swansea, by the late Rev. Thos. Rees, D.D., of Swansea, the latter. fill Mr. J. Austin Jenkins recalls in n. Cardiff contemporary made an eloquent plea. for a Welsh Na- tional Museum.. j "No nation in Europe" (said the eloquent Swansea divine) "except the Welsh, possess- ing such a store of literary treasures, is destitute of public libraries, riCTe the writ- ings of its learned men aro deposited and kept with scrupulous care. How long will our nation, contenting itself wan mere empty adulations of its g^t in ^ran-- diloquent orations at the Eisteddfoda.i, leave the precious production* of their powerful and active mmrls to rot in damp rooms or thrown into the fire as waste pa-pea^ j

_..-..--| St. David's Ditieesan…

"--..---.-, Haydn's "Creation"…

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Swansea Warehouse Robbery^…

- ----------Bridgend Manslaughter…

\ Swansea Motor-Driver Summonedi

-----------. Poisoned by Mackerel,

Port Talbot Landlord Convicted.

,-----New North Dock Bridge.

Dunvant Man's Bicycle Frauds.…

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j SUNDAY TRAM SERVICES.

Hundred and Seven Years Old.

Fishing in Forbidden Waters.…

King Edward in France.

Taibach Husband's BloodthirstyI…

------! | Clyne Colliery Dispute.

! Swansea Loop-Line.

Sad Fatality at Llanelly,

--.--Objects to New Tramways.

r Norfolk Deserter's Little…

Fish Stolen at Swansea,

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Extraordinary Revelations…

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! PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT.

---Nelson Tea Scandal,

Morriston Manager's Dep vljjre.

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--DIED IN THE WORKHOUSE. -

: STARVING SCHOOL CHILDREN.")…

-'---"--..., TIiIRL WALL-JOHNS.

Swansea Trams: First Week's…

MOTOR TRAGEDY,