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THE POLICE 'ANfiUAL'I

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"BRANCH AT SWANSEA."

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"HAPPY AUGURY. 1 I

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MUMBLES VICAR'Sj FATHER.

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"MORALLY AND MATERIALLY." I WEST GLAMORGAN TEACHERS' ANNUAL." SUPPORT FOR HEREFORD- SHIRE STRIKERS. The West Glamorgan teachers' annual meeting was held at Swansea on Saturday, Miss R. Deacon, Cowerton, presiding over a good attendance. With regard to the proposed National Council of Education for Wales, it was de- cided that the Executive ca.1I a national con- ference on the subject. Messrs. J. H. Rees (Gendros) and T. I Morris (Llansamlet) reported on the present position of the "salary campaign." Keen disappointment was felt when it was re- ported that the question of a new scale had been postponed for four months. The re- port was adopted, and a declaration was made that the t?ach?rs wefp satisfied that the representatives had done all they could in the matter. The meeting enthusiastically a.nd unani- mously -passed a resolution congratulating the Hereford teachers on their determined stand for a rea.sona,bie scale of salaries. The meet- ing further pledged itself morally and mate- rially to support them in bringing the struggle to a. successful issue. The new officers elected were :—President, Mr. D. J. Williams, Wem C.S., Ystalvfera; vice- president, Mr. J. H. Jenkins, Llangy- felach; secretary, Mr. T. Morris, Briton Ferry. Most of the other officers were re- elected

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.

LOCAL DANCES.I

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EDGAR EVANS'S MOTHER.I

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