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.HUNDRED NEW MEMBERS.

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HUNDRED NEW MEMBERS. PRIMHOSE LEAGUE GROWTH AT SWANSEA. Another Highly-successful Ward I Gathering-. r The Primrose League is a healthy virile I orgamsatlcn in Swansea and its growth and progress is particularly pronounced in the Castte and Victoria Wards, wboee annual social was held at the Albert Hall on Thurs- day evening. There was an excellent at- tendance at this pleasant function, which was presided over by Mr. J. Smith, and amongst those present were .Mrs. Charles W Tight (hon. secretary, Swansea and Gower Habitation), Mr. D. Villierg Meager, 1\h. [Ben Bottomley (Unionist agent), Mr. W. Lawson Evans and the following oiffcers:- I Wardens-Victoria, Mrs. J. H. Smith And Miss Dora Jones; Castle, Mrs. W. Lawson an £ Sub-wardens—Castle, Mies Minnie i Chappell and Mrs. Gregory Victoria,, Miss Ida Smith, Miss Annie Jones and Miss HUIl- Iter. In the course of a short and vigorous ad- dress Mr. Villiere Meager said that this week they had to be thankful for the good news th&t their old champion and leader, Colonel Wright, was able to be out. (Cheers.) j He was sure Mrs. Roper Wright had their I sympatny in the long illness of her husband, land they were glad that the period of an- xiety was now over. The thanks of all Unionists and Conservati ves were due to Mrs. Charles Wright and her officers in the Primrose League for the work they had done and were doing for the cause. (Hear, • hear.) Mr. Meager referred to THE COMING*ELECTION OF CAPTAIN I HENEAGE as the chairman of the Swansea Association. (Applause.) He was sure he would make an ideal chairman, and during his year of office he did not think there could be much doubt about it that an election would take place to decide the momentous question about Ireland and of the Church in Wales. The enemy, although he belonged to North I Wales, was busy w,i fh Us LAND BURSTING CAMPAIGN. I He did not think it would do much good, j but they must all bc prep areù to work ?7h ? J the time came. Victory would be on the I side of the Unionists. (Cheers.) Mrs. Charles Wright, who w&s enthusi- astically reoaived, said that those social functions were necessary to bring them mto PERSONAL CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER. They necessitated a great deal of hard work being thrown upon the wardens, and she thought their heartiest thanks were due to them. (Hear, hear.) During the month of January they had recruited no less than one hundred new members, which proved that they were still going ahead. (Ap- plause. ) Mr. W. Lawson Evang was the M.C. of the dancing, Mr. James Smith for the whist, and Miss Dora Jones for the games. Kx- oellent prizes for the whist drive were kindly given by Councillors J. H. Lee, Dd. Ba&sett, and J. Barclay Owen.

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