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RECORD "PASSAGE TO HALIFAX.

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I18ØMWON ", HONOURS IN CHINA.

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I18ØMWON HONOURS IN CHINA. DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN GOWER GENTLEMAN The death has taken place in London, from complications after a painful illness of some months' duration, of Mr. Frank Artthur Morgan, aged 62, of Herbert's Lodge, BT&hopston, Gower, and soil of the late Mr. Charles Morgan, Caeiorgan, Gower, and Sherborae (Dorset). Deceased gentleman, who was well known in the peninsula, was a nephew of the late Rov. Edward Knight James, Rector of Pen- maen, Gower. He went to China when a young man. and held tiiere the post of Com- missioner of tlie Imperial Chinese Customs. When on leave from time to time he stayed at his Gcwer residence. In March, 1905, the King was pleased to grant the deceased gentleman authority to accept and wear the insignia of the third class, second division, of tJle Chinese Order of the Double Dragon- The funeral will take pla-ce at Bishopston Churchyard on Friday.

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KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

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SWANSEA ASYLUM PROBLEM.

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