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AMERICAN BUDGET.

MARRIED LADIES.

THE GLAMORGAN SOCIETY.

PONTARDAWE TIMBER THEFT.

SWANSEA'S TRADE.

\ SWANSEA GUARDIANS.

SWANSEA'S HUNGRY SCHOOL CHILDREN.

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UNFIT FOR HABITATION.

SWANSEA WESLEYANS.

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SWANSEA WESLEYANS. CONCERT IN AID OF BAND OF HOPE. A concert was given on Thursday even- ing at College-street Wesleyan Chapel, Swansea, in aid of the Band of Hope. The Mayoress opened the proceedings, anÚ. hav- ing to leave early, thanks were voted her at the outset, on the proposition of Mr. J. H. Stevens.. A varied programme was given. Mr. Tom Jones was in most comical form, bring- ing out a new ditty, How dare, you," and Mr. W. Williams was pleasing in reci- tations. Miss F. G. Jenkins sang "Fiona" and "Children Sleeping," and Miss C. Bluett gave "Roses" (S. Adams), and also sang in a duet with Mr. Ben Thomas. Violin selections were given by Mr. Willie Richards, A.C.V., who was encored, and the audience were especially pleased with the singing of little Miss A. Walters, who has won many prizes. The remaining items were a pianoforte solo by Miss Beatrice Brown, and songs by Mr. Ivor Evans, Mor- riston, and Mr. H. L. PickaTd ( Daily Post"). Excellent seelctions were given on his gramaphone by Mr- C. Howells, who was personally complimented by the Mayoress.

-, PENTREPOTH SCHOOLS.

NEATH GENTLEMAN'S PRIZE DOG

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DREADFUL ACCIDENT NEAR I AMMANFORD.

SWANSEA JEWISH BALL.

FOUR SWANSEA LABOURERS.

IWEDDING AT SWANSEA.

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, ¡MUST GOOD CITIZENS SHOOT*

BOYSLMET THE GIRLS AFTER )…

DEATH OF MRS. ROWLAND RICHARDS.

NEARLY A NONAGENARIAN.

I" YES, I'VE DONE IT."

TWO PENN'ORTH OF COAL.

LLANELLY COOKERY SCHOOL.

1PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT.

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JLOCAL WILL

DELAYS AT SWANSEA DOCKS. -

"INNOCENT AS THE SNOW."

MUMBLES RAILWAY AND PIER CO.

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SWANSEA'S HUNGRY SCHOOL CHILDREN.