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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.

WINDPIPE NOTCHED. I

MADE IN SWANSEA. j

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MADE IN SWANSEA. QUESTION OF THE "FREE- DOM" CASKETS. SCHOOL OF ARTS' OPPOR- TUNITY. At Swansea Parliamentary and Creneral Purposes Committee on Thursday, COUll. Evan Jones was appointed a suc- cess or on the Madam Rogers' Charity in the nJace of ex-Aid. Wm. Williams. 1. ON THE TABLE. A communication asking for support m respect of an International Congress on Social Work and Service was allowed to lie on the table. TRAMS TO LLANSAMLET. Regarding the proposed extension of the tramway to Llansamlet, the Mayor, chair- n-ien and vioe-chairman were appointed to wait on the Tra-mways Committee and Tram- wavs Ccimpajiy in the matter. DAYLIGHT SAYING AGAIN. A requets-t waa leaxl mum Mr. wm. vviiiett aski-no; Swa-ussa to join in a deputa,t,ion rom the City of London to the Prime Minister to urge the passing into law of the Daylight Saving Bill. Swansea, it was stated, had repeatedly expressed its approval of the measure. The Mayor (Aid. Corker): The advocate is not here now—Aid. Merrills. (Laugfoter). Mr. D. J. Da-vies moved that the Cor- poration do not take part in the deputation. The Chairman: Per hap we had better t an expression of opinion from the Coun- cil. This ooiurse was agreed to. LARKS IN GO W tt. to ..1. A "i''Io' .t: A letter was react iroin tjrc -mmhiowwi Municipal Corporation? re the enforcing of tlie Wild Birds Protection Acts. MT. 1). T. Davies spoke in favour of pro- tecting the wild birds. M r. Laugharne Morgan agreed, and said there was an indiscriminate catching of larks in Gowor. It was resolved to support the Asso- ciation in the matter, but not to send a, renrefcentative to the proposed meeting. I)F I MADE IN SWANSEA. Principal Grant Murray, of the Muni- cipal School of Art and Crafts, attended, and submitted designs for the casket and scroll in connection with the ceremony of conferring the freedom of the borough upon Sir John T. D. Llewelyn, Mr: Davi d Davies, M. P., Mr. Roger Beck, and Mr. John Dyer, M.P. The advantages of getting the caskets made of local metals and at the Swan sea School of Arts and Crafts were emphasis- ed, and the matter was left to a sub- committee, comprising the Mayor, the cbairman. and Aid. David Davios (chair- man of the Art and Crafts committee) to arrange. NATIONAL INSTITUTION. I J. 1-1-1 i A request was receivect 10 nom a uieeir- ing at Swansea, to arouse public interest in the ifnancial ueeds of the National Museum of Wales. Ald. Dd. Da vies said that the Mayor had received a similar request in regard to tlw N ationfll Library or Wales. It was explained that in the latter case a reply had been sont stating that his Worship or the Borough Treasurer would u': pleased to accept any subscription, md it was agreod to send a similar reply I to the authorities of the Welsh National iau i I ■11m*

FATHER'S SUICIDE .1

FIFTY FOOT HIGH. I ■ ^ j

I NEATH'S GAS ENQUtRY.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.