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CRISIS IN SWEDEN. I

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"TO GET ME THE LASH."

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I " ONCE BLOOD IS I SHED."

MUST TAKE SEA VOYAGE.

ISWANSEA GUARDIAN ,RESIGNS.

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"THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS."

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"PROPHET OF WOMEN'S MOVEMENT."

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 r " BLOOD RITUAL."

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ICHURCH WORK ATI EASTSIDE.

I HUSBANDS-JONES.

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I HUSBANDS-JONES. I Wedding at St. Helen's Chapel, I Swansea. On Thursdav mottling, at St. Helen's Con- gregational ellapel, Swansea, the pretty though qvyet wedding was solemnised of Mr. Ernest T. Husbands, of Abergavenny, secretary of the Commercial Travellers' As- sociation (Swansea branch), with Miss Mary Louise Jones, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Evan Jones, Swansea, and Mi's. Jones, 1'), Chaddesley terrace, Swansea. Rev. John Phillips officiated, and Miss Maggie Jones presided at the organ. The bride, who was given awav by her uncle (Mr. W. J. Jones, Mumbles), was charmingly attired in a trained gown of ivory satin charmeuse, with a draping of shadow lace and trimming of pearls. An cmbtroidered net veil was attached with clusters of orange blossoms, and a sheafof lilies was carried. The bridesmaid was Miss Lilian Hanlin, and the bridegroom was accompanied by his brother, Mr. Harold Husbands, as "beet man. After the ceremony luncheon was served at the home of the bride, and lat-er in the day Mr. and Mrs. Husbands left for Lon- don, where the honeymoon will be spent. Both the bride and bridegroom were the recipients of many beautiful presents. —»

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