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APRIL FESTIVAL:

WILL BE 2.000 IN TIME.} i…

HANDEL TO ELGAR.

" OH, YOU BRUTE!'I o i

.HUNDRED NEW MEMBERS.

TO COMPLETE THE CORNER.

" RUTS AND RIDGES." I

HOWITZERS' uHOP." I

--I LAST OF THE TRIPLETS.I

I 'SCANDALOUS PROCEEDINGS.'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 ' ,…

NEW SWANSEA " HEADS."

- - - - -GIFTS AT "THE GUARDIANS."…

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GIFTS AT "THE GUARDIANS." RATE AND RELIEVING OFFICIALS HONOURED. An interesting meeting was held at Swansea Board of Guardians's room, when presentations of suitably inscribed marble timepieces were made to Aid. J. Jordan, Llansamlet, as a token of appre- ciation of his 38 years' valuable service in the capacity of rate collector. and Mr* Gordon Thomas, relieving officer, Morris- ton, on the occasion of his recent mar- riage. Mr. Llewellyn Jenkins, clerk, presided over an enthusiastic gathering. Dr. Joseph Davies, late of Hafod, handed the present to Mr. Jordan, while Mr. Morgan Thomas, oldest relieving officer, presented Mr. Gordon Thomas, whereupon the recipients appropriately responded. Able speeches were delivered by the following:—Mr. T. Morgan, master of Swansea Workhouse; Mr. D. R. Davies, master of Llanelly Workhouse; Mr. J. E. Elliot, master of Cottage Homes; Mr. Benjamin Jones, rate collector, Fforest- fach; Mr. Tolm White, rate collector, Pontardulais; Mr. Albert Williams, re- lieving officer, Gorseinon Mr. S. O. Davies, superintendent. of relieving offi- cers, and Mr. J. T. P. Anthony, deputy registrar. The presents were supplied I by Mr. David Thomas, Castle-street.

NEWTON CHAPEL COMPETITIVEI'…

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WORSE THAN PARIS, .100

I HIS LAST HOURS.

! INCOME TAX DISGORGED.

CREW SAFE. |

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" STOP-TAP P" ———

i EVAN ROBERTS' MOTHER DEAD.…