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ELECTION IN MAY.

WELSH MAKERS.I WATCHING.

. FREEDOMS OF SWANSEA.

COL. J. R. WRIGHT.I

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SUNDAY TRADINGI a

SWEEPING CONCESSiONSI -I

BIG 8CHEME. ! i< I

SIGNED IN A BARN I

I WELL-KNOWN SWANSEA ICASHIER.…

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I WELL-KNOWN SWANSEA I CASHIER. —— I Sudden Death of Mr. Harry Rees, I of Russell-street. The many friends of Mr. Harry Roes, of 24, Russell-street, Swansea, will learn with sincere regret that he died on Tuesday morning. i The deceased, who was 39 years of age, was cashier at the office of Mr. W. J. Reee, the Laurels, in which employ/ he had been from boyhood. Although not robust, he was onlv taken seriously ill on Friday last, and toO the con- storiiatiiin of his family he passed away as sstated. He leaves a widow, who is the daughter of Captain Wm. Tamlin, the well-known Swansea pilot.

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A 2iD. MIL-I 2-

SWANSEA'S NEW CLOCK.

INQUIRY AT SWANSEA.'

"NOT AFRAID."1 -

" LACK OF FORESIGHT."I

MONEYANDCHEOUE.\ MONEY AND…

SOUTH -BUCKS -BYE-ELECTION.!

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I BOTHA'S REASONS J I-

SUNDAY PAPER TRADE AT SWANSEA.

THE DANGER OF INDIGESTION.

" A SLY DOG." U!j?