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THE POLICE 'ANfiUAL'I

LLANELLY "WANTS TO KNOW."…

"BRANCH AT SWANSEA."

BY LIFE-LINE,i

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"HAPPY AUGURY. 1 I

TO EVADE DEBT.I

MUMBLES VICAR'Sj FATHER.

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SUDDEN DEATH AT CWMBWRLA.I

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"MORALLY AND MATERIALLY."i…

[ "SATISFACTORY ALL j ROUND."-1…

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"SATISFACTORY ALL ROUND." MUMBLES RAILWAY AND PIER CONCERNS. HALF-YEARLY MEETINGS AT SWANSEA. The forty-first half-yearly meeting of the Mumbles Railway and Pier Company was held at No. 29, Pembroke Buildings, Cam- brian-place, on Saturday. The chairman (Lord Glantawe) presided. The Secretary (Mr. Ernest A. Watkins) read the report and statement of accounts, which recommended a dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, for the half-year on the ordin- ary shares of the company. The Chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, said that in future the meetings would l){' held amnually instead of half- yearly, but interim dividends would ba paid. The line was kept in very good order, and the lessees were keeping evcTyfbi:ig up to the mark, the pier entertainments being of a high-class order and much appreciated by the public. The Hon. Miss Elaine Jenkins seconded, and the leport was adopted. The usual dividend resolutions were also passed, on the motion of the Chairman, sec- onded by Mr. J. Laugharne Richardson. Mr. Richardson proposed and the secre- tary seconded, and the Horn. Mrs. Horace Daniel was re-appoin(>ed a director of the company. Mr. D. R. Ivnoyle was also re-appointed auditor, on the motion of air. Richardson, coccnd-sd by the Hon. Miss Elaine Jenkins. SWANSEA AND MUMBLES RAILWAY. The twenty-first annual meeting of the Swansea and Mumbles Railways, Ltd., fol- lowed, Lord Glantawte, chairman, again pre- siding. The balance-sheet admitted of a dividend at the rate of 7 per cent. for the year on the original capital. J The Chairman, in pi osing the adoption of the report, said the position of the com- pany was very satisfactory. They had earned the dividend, and next year it would be half per cent. more. They were working very harmoniously with the lessees of the n", and he was glad to note that the latter were GETTING A RETURN jor the targe outlay they had incurred, They were under a deep obligation to Mr. David J ames, wlio threw ability and energy into the management of the company, with such gratifying results. Mr. Morgan B. Williams seconded, and the report was adopted. The usual dividend resolutions were also passed, on fhoe motion of the chairman, sec- onded by Mr. Morgan 13. Williams. Mr. Richardson moved the re-election of Mr. Morgan B. Williams as a director of the company. Mr. W. Buckland seconded, and the reso- lution was agreed to. The Chairman expressed the hope tha/t Mr. Morgan B. W illiams and himself would meet together there for many years to oome. Mr. Morgan B. Williams suitably acknow- ledged. Mr. D. R. Kuoylo was re-elected auditor, un the motJon of Mr. Buckhmd. s?con?ed by Mr. P. i chard sot:.  presiJiu# 'I-he %va.9 ti.,anke(i fc,r presiding.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.

LOCAL DANCES.I

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EDGAR EVANS'S MOTHER.I

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