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i LINER GOES DOWN.

.CLOUDS OF FREEZING SPRAY.

\COFFINED IN ICE BLOCKS.

KILLED BY A "FALL."i

PORT TALBOT CFLLULOID WORKD

RECORD "PASSAGE TO HALIFAX.

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I18ØMWON ", HONOURS IN CHINA.

SWANSEA SCHOOLMISTRESSI LAID…

ISWANSEA HARBOUR BILL -

FURTHER PRIVILEGES FOR WEEKEND…

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MR. W. DENMAN BENSON. i

LIGHTING OF NEATH RURAL ,AREA.

NEW CHURCH FOR PORT TENNANT.

KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

OYSTERMOUTH WORKS COMMITTEE.

SUFFRAGETTE RIOT.

SUFFRAGETTE SCENES SEQUEL.

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SUFFRAGETTE SCENES SEQUEL. NEARLY SIXTi SENTENCED AT WESTMINSTER. In all, 58, caaes were dealt with at West- minster Pohoe Court on Thursday, when the Suffragettes 'captured" during Wednesday nights scenes near Parliament were brought up, and the tines imposed ranged from 10s. or 7 days to 40s. or a. month. All refused to pay, and went to prison. There were 6eweral amusing outbursts during the dealing with the individual cases. Mrs. Sprossan, of Wolverhampton, said she would continue to fight until woman's position was better than that of the brute or the greatest blackguard on the Parlia- mentary register. Mrs. Ada Chatterton, Manchester, oon- tinued to talk so voluble during evidence that she was put, back. She had to be carried from the court by stalwwt police- men, when she called out, "Oh, that is lovely," amidst grait laughter. John Edward Croft admitted calling the police "cads" for knocking women down, and was fined forty shillings or & month. Mr. Arthur Diarmid, for an attempt to rescue his wife, was fined twenty shil- lings or fourteen days. Mrs. CSiafcteTtan was ultimately fined I forty shillings or a month, as she bad been convicted before. Miss Marie Naylor. Chelsea, was dis- charged owing to a doubt, She protested jagpiast beuig. set ire^

SWANSEA LICENSEES' ORDEAL.…

FOOTBALL NOTIS,

A MUMBLES LICENSE.

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SOYAL CAMBRIAN INSTITTTION…

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SWANSEA ASYLUM PROBLEM.

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