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LOCAL SITTINGS. -<► Sir John Llewelyn, M.P., is expected to return to Penllerjraer from London to-storrow (Wednesday) evening. Councillor J .mes Jones' employees go for their annaul picnic to-morrow, to Lundy Island, per the Alexandra. Trade at Swansea decks continues very quiet, the only steamer of any size that has entered the port within the past few days being the American liner Minnesota. A coal-trimmer, named Edward Charles, had one of his hands badly injured by the I' machinery of one of the Great Western Rail- way tips at the North Doek to-day (Tuesday). He was taken to the Swansea Hospital, but was not detained. On Monday, as Dr. Latimer and his groom were driving in Oxford-street, the horse became restless and eventually bolted, not, however, before Dr. Latimer and his groom had both been able to jump out ef the trap. The horse sped away up the street and eventually it fell. It was secured by P.C. Howard (44). One of the shafts was broken, and the animal was ) slightly injured. The Trinity House steamer Syren, -arrived j at the South Dock on Monday after- noon, wher she will take in bankers, j Tho Syreu is a vessel which visits, the lightships round the Welsh coast, | She conveyed th& Prince of "Vd party I' to fSwDsea on the opening'of;th&,P f W lcs Doek. Considerable interest was manifest at the Swansea Docks on Menday afternoon at the arrival of the Swansea barque Glanrafen, commanùed by Capt. Bevai), froin Port Nol- loth. with a large cargo of copper ore It will be remembered that whilst the Glan- rafon was at St, Helena a sad incident occurred, a seaman named Thomas, of Swan- sea, being drowned whilst bathing. The North Dock half tide basin was omptied on Tuesday's ante-meridian tide, and will remain so till post-meridian tide on Saturday next, and certain repairs to the gates, &e., will be carried out in the mean- time. It is proposed to ereet two new gates on an improved style at theentrance to the North Dock, and a gang of workmen are to-day engaged en the sill. The gates are to be built la an improvised shed em the East Dock bank. An eleven of the Swansea Cricket League will play Dr, lieid's eleven to-morrow l Wed- nesday evening 'ejen7,S GrouEid. ?-be at St. p League eleven will consist of Messrs, H. G. W. Thomas, S. J, Murphy, J. Thomas, and E. Crenin, (Sunny bank,) R. Burns, (Singleton) 1). Jones, G. iiazeli, (St. Judesj H, C Gibson, (Alliauce, Watkins, (Church,) and H. Perkins, (Sketty.) Wickets will be pitched at 1.30. On Monday evening, at the Terminüsl Hotel, C'wmbwrla, a presentation meeting took place, the occasion being tho departure of Mr. Richard John for Newcastle (America). Mr. John was presented by Mr. D. Williams, on behalf of his fellow-workmen, with a Gladstone bag and a meerschaum pipe; and was also the recipient of a silver cigarette case, presented Lo him by Miss ;I&ggie Hopkins. Addresses of a complimentary nature were given, and a musical programme gone through, A Cardiff newspaper to-day aavs:-A- contemporary which alleges tbat Swansea is the birthplace of the new Welsh baritone, Mr Meurig James, has evidently been inisin- formed. Mr James is a native of Llangadock, Carmarthenshire. He received his education at Gwynfe Board Sehool, under Mr Beriah Evans. For some time he was articled to bis cousin, Mr T. W. James, solicitor, Swausea,. but displaying remarkabic musical ability, and carrying oil the solo prize at Swausea National Eisteddfod, he gave up the law for music, and having completed a course at Milan, is now fast making a reputation. A boy named William Ivor Benjamin, aged I nine years, of 4, Field-street, was to, the Swansea Hespital this (Tuesday) morn-J ing, he having sustaineda compound fracture of the leg. 'ihe lad was playing with some or his companions on the canal bank- at Lan- dore, and as a small steamer was passing up I the canal towing a line of coal barges, Benjamin jumped on one. lie had not, how- ever, obtained a firm hold, and lay with one leg overhanging the side, with the result that it was jammed between the boat and the bank. P.S. Parry came on the scene, and after temporally bandging the injured leg, bad the boy con- vey to the Hospital in an ambulance. The iloetors say the fracture is a serious one, and I 'c&rs are entertained as te the lad's recovery. ]

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