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SWANSEA.

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SWANSEA. THE DEATH. ON BOARD SHIP.—On Tuesday Mr Strick, borough coroner, held an inquest on the body of Wm. Marshall, an engineer on board the steamship Glenwilliam, who was found dead in his bunk on Sunday morning. The vessel washing in the Prince's Dock. The jury returned a verdict "at deceased died from natural causes. THE DEBATING Socwry's COKNKRSAZIONTC.—The r^Qal conversazione in connection with the ""aiisea Parliairientr.vy Debating Society took Mace on Monday evening at the Albert Hall. 'l'here were about 350 persons present. Thehnll had been decorated by Messrs. li. Evans and Co.,who had PRANGED curtains,mirrors, cavpets.and easy chairs y3 the most effective and tasteful manner. The N'st part of the programme was a promenade concert by the orchestra of the Swansea Choral Society, assisted by Mr. W. F. Hullev's band. M> Hulley acted as conductor, Mr. Frank Richardson '^Bristol) as leader, and Mr. J. F. Fl icker as organist, ^od a choico selection of music received an e*ceJIent interpretation. After the concert the began to dance to the splendid music of ■Wr. Hullev's band. During the progress of the ball the hall presented a very brilliant appear;)nee but the pleasure of the dancers was somewhat barred by the largeness of their number, it being Estimated that there were as wanv as 120 Couples on the floor at one time. The supper WHS Supplied by Mr. Rimmer, of the Welcome Coffee ravern. MOSICAL FFJTIVAL SOCTKTY.—A soiree in connec- tion with this society was held in the Albert-hall On Friday week..After a concert and a Scientific exhibition by Mr. William Morgan, Ph.D., ^•C.S., in the larger hall, dancing began in the Elinor ball to the strains of Mr. W. F. Hullev's band, and was continued until after four o'clock in Saturday morning. The proceedings were of a thoroughly enjoyable nature. THKSTLLHOON HOUSE SCKOOT., MUMBLFS.—A. R. ^avies, of Thistleboon House, School, Mumbles, hits just been successful in carrying off the £ 20 Clas- sical Scholarship competed for at the Llandovery College on Tuesday, the 23rd ult. SAD FATALITY.—David George, collier, aged 15, *»as jumping off an engine at the Bishwell Col- liery, Gower-road, on Tuesday, when he fell under a truck, which passed over his head. He died immediately.

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BLAENAVON.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND.

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CHEPSTOW.

DIN AS ISHAF.

FERRYSIDE.

LIANDILO.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

ATAESTEG.

MONMOUTH.

MEKTHYR.

NEATH.

PONTYPRIDD.

ST. CLEAR'S.

TALGARTH.

TENBY.

TREALANV.

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