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-------- ITHE "POT" DIARY.

SWANSEA TIDE TABLE.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1895.

ITHE RE-BUILDING OF ST ICHURCH.

EARLY RESIGNATION.

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I ClilCKET. Don't forget Fred Guyler's benefit at the Swansea ground next Saturday. Tho light between Newport and Swansea will not fail to be lieep iy coii Ler, teci. loin Evans the viee-captain of the Burry x ort team looks like winning the bat this year. tie has made sotno good scores this season and contributed 22 on Saturday against AJornston, lie will also run T. J. Lewis rather cl()sely for the ball if we are not greatly aiustaken. io-morrow the presentations to tho owansea and District Cricket League winners, and to Singleton, the runners up, will take place at the Temperance Hail at four oclack. In addition to Sir John and jg.uy Jenkins it is expected that Sir Jubn and Lady Llewelyn v/ill be present. The following joue about Dr. W. G. Grace is not a new one, but now, when he is doing such wonders with the willow, 11. will be&r! repeatiug. The "Napoleon of Cricket" was strolling across a. common, and noticing some nttie lads playing cricket he went up to the one who was batting—it was single wicket-- n 9 and said, takin, hold of the home-fashioned at, Look here, my little man, you shouldn't hold the bat as yau do; you should handle it uke this. The youngster looked up at his instructor, nnd seeing a. semewhat stout and, to .:Hi,lI, aged man, with a big board, he replied Cam leave us alone, can't yer. Wot does an old bloke like vou know abart cricket (''

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THE SUNDAY CLOSING ! ACT.

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