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ISWANSEA CLAIMS I -.I

UNDERGROUND BAKE.HOUSES.

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SWANSEA PARENTS PROSECUTED.

KING AND QUEEN

IF "'THE BILL" PASSES.

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IF "'THE BILL" PASSES. LADY. LLEWELYN'S APPEAL AT SWANSEA. A successful bazaar was held in St. Mat- thew's Church Hall, High-street, Swansea, on Thursday (as already reported in our edi- tions on Thursday evening). The opening ceremony was performed by Lady Dillwyn Llewelyn, who was supporte d by Rev. T. C. Evans (vicar), Mrs. Evans, Mr. Joseph Hall, Mrs. Vcnabk-s Llewelyn, Rev. Enoch Jones (curate, St. Matthew's Church), Rev. W. It. Hardie (vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Swansea), Air. Grey Walters (churchwar- den). Mrs. Eden, and others. The Vicar, in introducing Lady Llewelyn, said she was known and esteemed all over South Wales. Lady Llewelyn was received with applause. She said that she was very glad to find that the Chiirchpeople of that parish had in their mind the improvement of the surroundings of the church, which was evidently needed. She was also very glad to see the Church- people working together. Lady Llewelyn, referring to the threatened Disestablishment of the Church, said that if it came to pass (which they all hoped it would not), she hoped that the Cnureh- people of that parish and all other parishes would put THMKs^OULJJCKaO THE WHEEL and do aU ih« f,»0 9""# of--the Church.1 A vote of thanks, proposed by Mr. Grey Walters, seconded by the Rev. Enoch Jones, and supported by Mr. Joseph Hall, was heartily accorded to Lady Llewelyn. The proceeds of the bazaar amounted to £ 148 5s. 7d.

AN INTERESTING POINT.

"THE LAW AGAINST HIM."

RESPECTED OLD -SKETTY RESIDENT.--…

"IGNORED HER IN STREET."