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APRIL FESTIVAL:

WILL BE 2.000 IN TIME.} i…

HANDEL TO ELGAR.

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.HUNDRED NEW MEMBERS.

TO COMPLETE THE CORNER.

" RUTS AND RIDGES." I

HOWITZERS' uHOP." I

--I LAST OF THE TRIPLETS.I

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[ "SUBSTANTIAL PROFIT."] I-

"UP TO STANDARD."

WAS IT A HOAX?I

DANISH STEAMER FOR SWANSEAI…

P,15,000 LLANELLY SCHOOL PROJECT,

THE LOST LICENSES. ii ' ,…

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THE LOST LICENSES. ii I APPEALS TO BE MADE THE WYNDHAM AND, THE HEATHFIELD. The Swansea Licensing Sessrions stands I adj ourned till the 26th inst. Meantime, the following is a complete list of the houses I deaJt wit,h and the reisudts;- New Inn, Pentrechwyth. License granted. Copperman's Arms, Neath-roa.d.-License referred for compensation. Cwmbwrla Inn, C,&rmarthen-road.-Li- cense graiiw- d. Compass Inn, Pentragethin-road.-Ad- journed pending plans for alterations. Angel Inn, Carmarthen-orad.—License refused. Pavilion (Palace, High-street ).—License granted. Bank Hotel, Wiud street.—Adjourned pending plans tor minor alterations. Star Hotel, Wind-street.—Adjourned pending plans for minor alteration^. Victoria Hotel Wirid-street.—License re- ferred for compensation. White Hart Hotel, oxford -street. -license. granted. Rutland Arme, R-utlajad-strwt.—Ad- journed. lieajbhfield lIUl Portland-street.—License refused. Bcerr's Head, College-street.—Adjourned. I ginanted. Hotel Wyndhaan, Oo'Uege-M/Teet..—'License refused. Old Nag's (off license), Morriston.—Li- cense granted. London Hotel, Oystefrmouth-road.—Ad- jowrnod. Tha adjourned oases are in order that plans might be submitted for improving the sanitary a-ariangements, except in regard to tihe Comipass inh, which it. is proposed to rebuild. THE CASE OF THE WYNDHAM. Dt is uniQe-TSfooa thart, appeals wiji be lodged in resipect of some of the licenses lost, includinig the Hotel Wyndham, wliic1, is one of the largest and newest public-house's J in the town, stated to be doing a trade of nearly £ 3.000 a. year. The hotel was built by ex-Coun. T. Mil- ward, and subsequently Ccun. D. J. Bassett j had an interest in it, hnit it is stated that the property has now passed out of their hands. In any case, Ovum. Bassett disposed j of his interest soni? I.mo ago. The house is tied to Messrs. WortShdngtoii and Co., the well-known Burton hrewers. THE HEATHFIELD. The Heathfield Inn is one of tlw oldest I hÛ'steJri,f)S in the borough, and the freehold 4?s own9d by Mrs. Thos. PhitlTp?, w!h?? the les-see ip Mr. Dan Jones, and the &ub-lessee the tenant. VICTORIA HOTEL. Regarding the Victoria Hotel, College- street, the license of which was granted, although ill-conduct was one of the grounds of objection, this was not borne out by the police, Inspector Fielder stat- ing that the landlord (Mr. J. T. Jones) conducted his house with credit.

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WORSE THAN PARIS, .100

I HIS LAST HOURS.

! INCOME TAX DISGORGED.

CREW SAFE. |

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i EVAN ROBERTS' MOTHER DEAD.…