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ELECTION IN MAY.

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. FREEDOMS OF SWANSEA.

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FREEDOMS OF SWANSEA. Question of Making Caskets Locally. Swansea Parliamentary and General Puiposes Committee on Tuesday, Mr. pd. Matthews (chairman) presiding, con- sidered "the question of details concerning the conferring of the honorary freedom of the borough upon Sir John Llewelyn, Bart., Mr. Dd. Davies, M.P., Mr. Roger and Mr. John Dyer, J.P. It was stated that on the occasion of the honour being conferred upon Baroness Cederstrom the casket was made at the Swansea Municipal School of Arts and Crafts, and it was decided to ask Mr. Grant Murr%7, the principal, to submit a design for the present caskets. As to whether these are to he made locally de- pends upon the time in which they could be executed, and Mr- Murray was asked to attend the next meeting of the oom-I mittee. THE NEW HIGH-STREET STATION: I « r if rfc ii it A letrer rrom ivilr. -rorwr, Tine general manager of the Great Western Railway Company, on the subject of the proposed unprovement of thse ub* ect of 'the proposo d improvement of the High-street Station, wa§ referred to the next meeting.

COL. J. R. WRIGHT.I

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