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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.

ICE IN THE SEINE.

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PONTARDAWE WORKSI DISPUTE.

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PONTARDAWE WORKS DISPUTE. jMLEN ORDERED TO PAY DAMAGES. The magistrates at the PontardAwe Police Court were occupied for s>n,e hours on Fri- day in the hearing of summonses issued by Messrs. Gilberteon and Co. against a number of their employes for alleged breach of con- tract. Mr. D. Villiexs Meager (instructed by Mr. C. B. Jenkins) prosecuted, and Mr. I W. A. Thomas, Swansea, defended. Mr. Yiiliers Meager explained that tJv.. company proceeded in the first case agaiiwt six of the tr-ukeis. On January 20th they got some idea into their heads that they should like to take charge of the works. There wa.s a dispute as to which of two men was to dip out a certain pot. They imme- diately "downed tools." The other xnen, two corrugators and six packers, oame out in sympathy. Mr. T. Lewis, foreman of the galvanising department, said that on the night in ques- tion the man came out because of their opin- ion it was the turn of a mam named Hard- ing to dip. Mr. C. G. Gilbertson said the company asked for £5 damages from each of the men except the two corrugators, from whom ZS each was asked. The Bench found for the company ion the amount claimed.

THE TINPLATE" POOL."

"BEING UNDER-MINED."

A SWANSEA CINEMA. I