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THE RECENT SWANSEA CONTEST.

THERE IS NO SECRET.

GLOSSOP MURDERER REPRIEVED.

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SWANSEA FISHERMAN'S SAD CASE.

SWANSEA SCHOONER'S TERRIBLE…

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THROWN OFF A WAGON.

SWANSEA 'PHONES TilANAGER.

DR. BARNARDO'S HOME AT SWANSEA.I;

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AMERICAN LABOUR PLOT. <

WHEN THE WERN FARM FOLK WENT…

RIFLE AND FRIENDLY CLUBS.

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RIFLE AND FRIENDLY CLUBS. ALD MATTHEWS' ADVICE. A smoking conoort was lield on Saturday evening at Morriston by the Loyal Wn-. Benjamin Lodge of Mth Century Equitable Society. Mr Hy. D. Williams presided. Aid D. Matthews and Mr. Henry D. Wil- liams were initiated honorary members by Bro. McClellan. Bro. Hillard, in welooiuicg Bros. Williams and Matthews as members, announced the lodge would henceforward be known as the Loyal H. D. Williams. Aid D. Matthews said that two things should be made compulsory upon all healthy young men One, that they must become a member of a friendly society, and the other that they should join a rine dub. (Cheers.) Bros Akeruian (St." Thomas.) and James Griffiths (iecretary) also spoke. Tfie fol- lowing contributed to the harmony and suc- cess of the concert: Mr. Alf. Thomas, the Swansea comic; Mr. Dan Williams, the evergreen Morriston favourite; Mr. Tom Jones,the ever ready and sweet soloist Mr Jones' senior and junior violinists ;Mr. R W. Lewis, the East Side comic singer. Mr. Jenkin Griffiths, Morriston, gave a display of the bones, and Mr. James, Man- selton, and Mr. T. J. Francis sang. Mr. Hyman E. Jones accompanied.

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BIG BRISTOL BLAZE.

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THE LAST "JOURNEY."I

MARCH OUT OF THE "THIRDS."1

CANINE RAID.

H WOULDN'T BE WITHOUT IT«*

,J. BOGUS WIDOWER ARRESTED…

SWANSEA UNEMPLOYED.

THREE FAILURES.

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