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" A HEAVY SMOKER."

i44 FIGHTING THE FOREIGNER."

--I POSER FOR THE GUARDIANS.

I LLANSAMLET MEDICO

APPOINTED TO ABERDARE.

lliERHS'EX-iEOKER I-—————a…

-IRONCLAD'S TROUBLES.1

FROM FAR & NEAR. ————t

rFAMIUESERED 1

IASQUITH BOO'D.I

, WESTERN MINERSI IMEET.-1I

IFREE fUEL. I FREE-FUELE

CRASH IN CWM ROAD.

- - -_- -TAKEN TO HOSPITAL.

THE WAY OUT. I THE \\fY OUT.

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i FINE CUE-WORK.

j————i DEPARTING RABBI.

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———— DEPARTING RABBI. INTERESTING PRESENTATION AT SWANSEA. At Mond Buildings, Swansea, on Sunday evening the Rev. H. J. Sandheim, the de- parting Jewish Rahbi, was the recipient of presentations from members of his congrega- tion. Mr. Sandheim is leaving Swansea to take up an important appointment at Winni- peg. Canada. Mr. Hyarn Goldberg presided over a large attendance, and amongst those present were Mrs. Hyam Goldberg, Miss Goldberg, Mr. N t r and ?Nlrs. David and Mrs. B. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. David Seline, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubenstein, Mr. S. Rubenstein, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rubenstein (Llanelly), Mr. and Mrs. Saul, Mr. Abe Freedman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyons, etc. The Chairman spoke of the good work Mr. Sandheim had done during the seven years he had been in Swansea-, and of the deep regret with which they parted with him. They could not stand in his way when he secured an appointment of such importance as that at Winnipeg, and he hoped Mr. Sandheim would be a great success there, and they wished him and his wife and chil- dren every happiuess in their new life. The presentation of an illuminated address and a purse of gold was made on behalf of the Isaac Zangwill Lodge of the Order of Achci Brith; the Hyam Goldberg Lodge of the Gra.nd Order of Israel, and his Swansea friends, by Mr. S. Rubenstein. Mr. Rubenstein said that during the time the recipient had been in Swansea he had always been accessible to the members of their community, whether they were rich or poor. Mr. Walter Hyman, one of Mr. Sand- I heim's old pupils, presented him, on behalf of the Hebrew classes, with a suitably in- scribed walking-stick. I MR. SANDIIEIM'S REPLY. Responding, Mr. Sandheam thanked them for the presentations and their good wishes. aDd assured them that his regret in depart- ing from Swansea was very keen. Prior to the presentation Mr. Claude Lyons presided over an interesting lecture- recital given by Mr. Lionel Falkman, princi- pal of the Newport College of Music.

WINDPIPE NOTCHED. I

MADE IN SWANSEA. j

FATHER'S SUICIDE .1

FIFTY FOOT HIGH. I ■ ^ j

I NEATH'S GAS ENQUtRY.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.