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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.

-, 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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I WEDDING AT SWANSEA. I ICE. W. G. HUGHES AND MISS MAGGIE JENKINS. HAFOD. The nuptiais were sol^nnised at St. Mary's I Church, Swansea, on Wednesday, by the Rev and Non. Talbot Rice, Vicar, of Mr William George Hughes, Britannia Hotel. I Swansea, and Mise Jenkins. Jersey Arms, Hafo.l. A large number of friends were at the church. The bride wore a mauve dress trimmed with white silk and white hat to match. Mr. Tom Hughes, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. whilst the bride was given away by her brother, Mr. D E. Jenkins. The bridesmaids were. Miss Lillie and Gladys Hughes and Mies Davies, I Cardiff, and looked, very charming in dree es cf whits eilk After the ceremony the wedding breakfast I was partaken of at the Jersey Hotel. Hafod, after which the happy couple left for Bath. presents included r—Bridegroom to bride, epal and diamond ring, bride to bridegroom, set of hnks; Mr. D. Davies, De-la-Beche- street, cheque; Bride's mother, suite of fur- niture, gold locket and set of china; brida- I grocms mother, bedroom furniture; Mrs. I W. Griffiths. POrt Talbot. bedroom ware; Customers of Jersey Arms, silver cruet; Mrs Cowley, silver teapot and tongs; Mr Stone, wine merchant, silver cake basket; Mrs W. Jones. Foundry, bread dish; Miss Fanny Jones, pair of vaees; Miss Nellie Griffiths, fruit dishes; Mrs. John Howells. flower vases; Mrs. Gregory, painted plaques; Mr. 1 Thomae, jeweller, silver cake basket; Mrs. John Owens, Bo wen-street. Hafod. silver egg stand; Mr. Brown, hay merchant, biscuit barrel; Mr. and Mrs Meredith. Town Hill, lamp; Mr and Mrs Farrell, silver teapot, sttjiid and water jug; Mr Tom Hu<?has, Dresden chiia; Mrs. Jones, Villier s-stroet, Hafod, ornaments; Mr William Harris, set of vases; Mrs Thomas, set of vases; Mcs. I Eickard, pair of pictares; Mrs Williams, better dish: Mr and Mrs Tom Davies. silver salt cellars; Miss Davies, silver tea pot; Miss Powell, floral gla-ts urn; Mrs. Nichols, fruit dishea; Mr. Thomas, jeweller. Castle-street, Swansea, breakfast cruet; Mrs. Cross. tea- pot and ETand- Miss Lily Hughes, set of v:if*es; Mrs. Stone, pair of vases; Mrs. Foot, }.air of elaborate pictures and artistic views; lira Thoimst. pair of ornamental china dogs;Mrs. Cocking, cake stand: Mrs. Boes.. teapot and stand; Mrs. James, flower vases; Mrs. James Thomas, Vernon-street, break- faet cruet: Mrs. Price, set of jugs and glasses; Mrs Trevor Jenkins, claret decan- ters; Mrs. John Edwards, ornaments and vases; Mas tor Ivor Hughes, fish carvers and jam spoons; Mr Ben Thomas. Watkin-strcet, cutlery; Mrs. Morgan, butcher, flower vases: Mr and Mr-. W. Bees, Manselton, table cloths; Mr. and MriJ Captain Powell, eider- down qail^a: Mrs. Davies, Manselton, bed- room dressings; Mr and Mrs Curtis. Port Talbot, bedroom linen; Mrs. Dan. Thomas, table cloth*; Miss Irene and Blodwen Thomas fish cutlery; Mr and Mrs. W. Jones, bedroom linen; Mrs. T. Jenkins. pair of pictures; Mr. Tom Clarke, cheese dish; Mr Ben Bees, cheese clifh; Mr and Mrs ame-s Spooner, pet. of I jugs; Mr. Dan Thomas, set of jugs; Mrs. Grandon. coal vases; Mrs. Merriman. hand- painted plaques; Mrs. Humphreys, flower vases; Mrd. Col will, china ornaments; Mrs Price, cress dish; Miss Saunders, cheese dish; Mi-a John Williams, iugs and basin- Mrs. Tom Williams, set of jugs; Mr and I Mrs. 8jd Richards, set of crockery; Mr and < Mrs. Charlw Henwick, flower vases; Mr Gregory, fruit dish; Mr Thomas Jamf-s, flower vase" Mrs. Williams. pictures; Mrs. W Jones. jam dishes; Mr. W. Thomas, cry- stal goblets; Mrs. Fisher, china ornamenfP;, Mr. Phil Jones. Dresden ornaments; Mrs. Marsh, Bryimill. d'oyley and dish; Mr. Graig, nair of pictures; Mrs. Edwards, vege- table dish. rlates, jugs. etc.; Miue Mand Thomas, pair of pictures; Master Willie Davies, set of china jugs; Mr. D. W. Jen- I kins. furs; Miss Ma.ry Spooner, pair of vaaott; Master Willie Evans, pair of I salt cellars; Miss Nellie Evans, cream jug and basin; Miss Maggie Jones, pair of iaret decanters; Mi». GoS. cream jug and basin; Mr Rhys B*' 'ian. kitchen utengils; Mrs. Matthews, a# >f ornaments; Mr Gregory, bread bowL i

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DEATH OF MRS. ROWLAND RICHARDS.

NEARLY A NONAGENARIAN.

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TWO PENN'ORTH OF COAL.

LLANELLY COOKERY SCHOOL.

1PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT.

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"INNOCENT AS THE SNOW."

MUMBLES RAILWAY AND PIER CO.

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SWANSEA'S HUNGRY SCHOOL CHILDREN.