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.EXIT, THE SWANS.I

"EAST .V. WEST."I

HOW THE OTHERS FARED.

NEATH SERVANT'S DEATH.

MR. TRUEMAN'S LATEST.I

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"TtBERS TAILI TWISTED.

PONTARDAWE V. BRIDGEND.

ABERAYONY. NEATHI

I LLANELLY V. PENARTH.

AMMANFORD V. SWAN-1 ! .SEA…

"WOiEl FIRST." 1 0———

-.--I "TUPPENNY HA'PENNY"!…

WOULD LESSEN BANKRUPTCIES.

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WOULD LESSEN BANK- RUPTCIES. ACCOUNTANCY VALUE TO I BUSINESS MEN. I At a meeting of the South Wales and Monmouthshire District Society of Incor- porated ??,countants held at the Hotel MetropoJe, Swansea, on Friday evening, under tho presidency cf Mr. W. T. Fair (ex- president cd the Swansea Chamber of Com- merce), Mr. William Claridge, M.A., J.P., F.S.A.S. (of Bradford), d?Iiverpd a.n inter- esting address ou "How Business Benefits from the Work of Accountants:" There was a large attendance. The Chairman, in introducing the lecturer, expressed the opin- ion that no subject was of greater import- ance to business men than accurate account- ancy, especially in costing. Accountancy occupied an important position in every pha.s.e of business and commeroe, and it was gratifying to find that this was becoming increasingly recognised, and that there was aasuramce of efficient aooountantB to dis- charge the duties required. Mr. Ciaridge dealt at length with the work of accountants, which he showed was I' enormously increasing, and, discussing its value, showed how improved accountancy had led to a decrease in the number of bank- ruptcies. It was a great pity THE NEW BANK.HuFTCl AUT ) -1. ? -1 I would impose no penalty ior sucn a grave J omission exoept ip the case where run offender had been insolvent en a previous occasion. In some countries it iva- r> penal offence not to keep proper books of account, and he should like to see that day. arrive in Eng- land. (Hear, hear.) At the o-Oinclusion a Ik" vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Ch; tdge.

ICE IN THE SEINE.

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PONTARDAWE WORKSI DISPUTE.

THE TINPLATE" POOL."

"BEING UNDER-MINED."

A SWANSEA CINEMA. I