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SWANSEA DISTRICT. DariDg Monday and Tuesday thousands of visitors invaded the Aberavon and Port Tal- bot beach. & &, The scholars of Bethel Sunday school, Gor- eeinon, had their school treat and tea m a field lent by Mr. Clement, Pengelly Farm, ) Groveaend. The death occurred on Saturday after- noon at. Gilbert's Cliff, Langiand Bay, of Mr. Wifijaiii Launder, aged 61, who was meoBger of the Swansea, Safety Fuse Co. E. 0. Daniel, collier, of Ynysmudw, re: eeived serious injury to his back by a fall of stone at the Cwmnanttlwys Colliery of the South Wales Primrose Collieries, Ltd. At a meeting of the directors of Teilo Tinpiate Works, Pontardulais, Mr. H. Wil- liamB, brother of Mr. John Williams, Clay- ton Works, was appointed manager. I Anniversary services were held at levan Chapel," Clydach. at which Rev. Hugh Hughes (Ystalytera) officiate, as atao at the afternoon meeting held at Hebron Chapel (kindly lent "far the occasion.) At Hereford police station ex-Constable hmiw Jones received by proxy an oak -writing case, presented by the Hereford force, as a mark of esteem on his retirement from that body to take up the stewardship of a dhnb at Briton Ferry. Vecdaot ai "Death from epilepsy acceler- ated by injuries" was returned at Aber- dnbiB on Saturday at inquest on William Bees, 52, Dyiais Rock Hotel, who fell from a scaSoid whilst doing mason's work at Resoiven- Reoeiving orders in bankruptcy has been mad ein respect of James Thomas, 16, New- road, Liandilo, boot maker; David Jones, of Cwmavon-poad, Aberavon, sweet vendor; Thomas Howell Merchant, Park-street, Tai- bach, Port Talbot, grocer. As a brake coming from Velindre was proceeding put the Morriston Common on the Neath-road on-Tuesday ID(: ning, one 01.-¡ the wheels collapsed. One or two were thrown out but on one was injured, the party continuing their journey in another conveyance. a • • • Mr. J. H. Bibbings, of Leicester, ad- dressed another fairly good Labour meeting at Aberavon on Saturday evening. Referring to the Cockermcwrth election, he said they were not in the least discouraged, as with only three weeks' notice 1,436 men had pledged their votes for direct Labour repre- sentation. The marriage took place at St. Michael G, Basingstoke, by the Rev. J. Harrison, of All C*^urch, Pontardawe, of HCJn-y, son of the late Edward Harwood, of Shep- herd's Bush and Newgate-street, to Dora Winifred, youngest daughter of James frnithj of "Ravenscourt," Basingstoke, and 48, Paternoster-row. A "send-off" was given at Clydach on: Tuesday evening to Messrs. Dd. Jenkins and John Davjes, who embark at Liverpool on Thursday for Winnipeg, Canada, for the harvest season. Mr. W. Cornelius I Jcmea, the chairman, presented them wfth a poise, and songs, speeches, etc., were given fcy Means. John Walters, Morgan Howell, P. Bokien, Jaa Griffiths, etc. 8, Election of officers of the Briton Ferry Workingmen's Club resulted as follows:— President, Mr. John Mends; vice-president, Councillor Wm. Phillips; librarian, Mr. Christopher Williams; committee, Messrs. Geo. Perrett, Jaa. Eldridge, Geo. Hall, John Harries, Geo. Llewelyn, Geo. Nicholls, Thas. Gamier, C. Williams, Richard Davies and Bryn Aubrey. An eisteddfod was held at St. Illtyd's Mis- lion-room. Fforestfach. on Saturday. Mr. C. 8. Thomas. Glasfryu. presided; Mr. T. Grif- fiths conducted and adjudicated on literary Items; and Mr. W. H. Webb, Liandilo. ad- judicated on music. Awards: Contralto solo, Katie Phillips. Gowerton; tenor. John Stephens. Llansamlet; bass. David Davies, AUtwen, Pontardawe; soprano, divided be- tween Blodwen Hopkins and another; cham- pion. two guineas and silver cup. W. J. Samuel. St. Thomas. Swansea. A thousand tickets were sold for Three Grosses Chapel annual tea. At the tables were Mis. and Miss A. Harries, Mrs. and Miss James, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. J. Edwards, Misses M. J. and M. R. Davies, M. Davies, W. Richards, A. Rees, M. Davies, E. Hughes, F. Bowen, V. John, R. and S. AMtin, and R. Davies. Mr. Joseph Elliott was treasurer, and Mr. D. Bowen (secretary. A variety of out-door games had been prepared, but these were prevented by rain. At IiansamkA Parish Church on Saturday the wedding was solemnised of Miss Lily Williams, second daughter of Mr. Philip Williams, Midland CottagE, and Mr. Wm. James Weaver, only son of Mr. Joseph Weaver, Llansamlet. Rev. D. W. Thomas officiated. The bride was attired in cream doth costume trimmed with embroidered silk flowers. The hat was a la. Francaise trimmed with white ostrich feathers. Chief luitkermid was Miss Rose Williams, sister t of bride. Tbe bride was given away by Iter father, and Mr. P. D. Davies, Morriston, was best man. The happy pair left later lor Bristol.

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