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SWANSEA APPOINTMENTS.

EVERY MAN

LLANGELER MISER.

SWANSEA ASYLUM QUESTION.

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IMAYOR AND THE CHAIR

MIt. SEVAN'S CRITICISMS,

TIRDONKIN ACCIDENT. !

THI FORBISN STKJEL BÃI DUMP

MISSING PASSENGERS.I

- LLANDILO FARMER INJURED.j

! NORBISTON YOUNG MIN'S CLUB

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WINTER FOOD.I

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SWANSEA MASONRY

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CHEQUE #AiiDRID OVEB.

--- -!g THI SCHOOLS QUESTION…

SICK AND TIRID OUT.

-.-.-FORTHCOMING SWANSEA MARRIAGE.

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! UNITED KINGDOM BAND OF HOPE…

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UNITED KINGDOM BAND OF HOPE UNION. I SWANSEA EFFORT TO HELP NATIONAL BAZAAR. DRAWtNG-ROOM MEETING AT I FFYNONE HOLSE. Through the kindness of Mrs. Wm. Wal- ters a drawing-room meeting was held :I.t Ffynone House. Swansea., oil Tuesday after- noon, in connection with the United King- dom Band of Hope Union great bazaar, which takos place at the Horticultural Hall, Westminster, London, from May 18th to May 2-yo(!. The Vicar, Rev. and Hon. Tal- bot Rico, presided, ajMi the speakeT of the afternoon was Miss Donaghy, one of the bazaar organisers. MRS. WM. WALTERS, FFYNONE. Miss Donaghy, in a very lucid and in- teresting address, spoke of the excellent work done bv the Union throughout the country. The" work orignated in 1855, under tbe presidency oi Lord Grosvenor, with 16 members and two ^ocretaries. Siuoe theu, however, it has increased considerably, and the annual report for 1S06-7 shews tliat Uj'-ure a.i e upwards oi 24,000 Lands of liope, with bji estimated uiCinoorsa^ oi over ^000,OuG. it is tne children more paj-ticu- lariy, not the prejudicod elders, ttuit the Union hope to reauti, and durukg ,11t same year sixteen specially u iuiu.iiiod science lec- turers deUveitxi 0,b j', aadx esses m tne tue- aientary schools of Eiigiaud and Wales, aUended by 2>o2,b27 scaoiaxs, ajid 15,-r7i teaciiers, on tlhe etiects of alcohol on the hiunau body. 1 he director of the uepait- lllen-t of s«uiG!iitibc instruction and informa- tion addressed meetings of a valued educational character, attended by 4-8, persons, iniiustens, meaical men, tea*chers, ajid young psopie. ine trading oepajtraent distributed upwards of a million publica- tions of an educational nature for toe pro- motion of the Band of Hope work. Special lecturers for the villages wh.t;re the Band of Hope does not exist addressed 315 meetings, with 37,640 persons present. Twenty speciallv retaineu evening a»gcnts attended 1,911 band of Hope meetings, at which the auenda;ioe was io7,202, and in addition a vast amount was doue in other directions at home and abrcxid. Continuing, Miss Don- aghy explained that the object oi this great bazaar is to raise the sum of £ 10,0(Xj, so that the various methods of work may be extended and consolidated, and that a debt j of about £ 1,000 may be removed. The 1 bazaar committee include; President, Sir ) Geor<Te Ltveeey; committee, the Hon. Mrs. Eliot" Yoi-ke, Mrs. W. S. Caine, Sir John Thomas, J.P., Mr. Edward Wood J.P., Mrs. W. Bingham, J-P-, 11r.. Wilkmeon, Mr. Lionel Mundy; chairrnaji, Ron, Mrs. Eliot; secretary, Mr. Lionel Mundy; or- ganisers, Miss Donaghy, Miss J. Evans Williams, Miss Phenix, and Miss Brown. There are to be 40 stalls and a. great feature will be the stall at which Lady Brynmor Jones has consented to be pi-esidoov-the South Wales and Monmouthshire stall. It is to be stocked with Welsh work, repre- sentative of the artistic talent of the Prin- cipality. The committee formed at Cardiff on Tuesday decided to raise £ 100 in cash. iSbe hoped there would be no difficulty in iorming such a committee at Swansea to "work this district. It was ultimately decided to appoint Mi's. Win. Walters as president, and Mrs. David Harris (ex-Mayoress), as secretary. Mrs. Lindley spoke for the local Britsh Women's Temperance Association that they would give all the help they could. Amongst those present who submitted their names as members of the committee were Mrs. T. P. Richards, Mrs. Trevor Owen, Mrs. J. C. Woods, Mrs. —. Woods, MTS. Richards and Mass Richards (West Cross), Mrs. Richard Martin, Mrs. Geo. Isaac, Mrs. Pontifex, Mrs. Cleeves, etc. Mrs. Walters afterwards entertained those present to tea.

SWANSIA APPOINTMENTS.

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r BREACH OF PROMISE CASE

FOG IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL-

-_.-, LL\NELLY CORONER'S INDISPOSITION.

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..———————!-xe CHARGE OF THEFT…

——————————I I JIB. LLOYD-GEORGE…

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DEAr. OF A SWANSIA TltkDZS.MAN.

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LABOUR PAITY AND SOCIALISE

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FFORESTFACH CHILD'S SUDDEN…

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SWANSEA MASONRY