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" A HEAVY SMOKER."

i44 FIGHTING THE FOREIGNER."

--I POSER FOR THE GUARDIANS.

I LLANSAMLET MEDICO

APPOINTED TO ABERDARE.

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-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

FATHER'S SUICIDE .1

FIFTY FOOT HIGH. I ■ ^ j

I NEATH'S GAS ENQUtRY.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS. Mr. William Joneg, Briton Ferry, assist- ant niaster at Herbert-road schools, has been appointed headmaster of Whitchurch boys' school, near Cardiff, and will com- mence his duties there next month. Seven months ago Con Morris (27), William-street, Yniscedwyn, Ytgynlais, a colliery repairer, sustained a dislocated spine as the result of a fall of roof, and he died at the Swansea Union infirmary on Saturday. .$;:I; The new organ at New Bethel Chapel, Garnant, was opened on Saturday by organ recitals given by Mr. David Clegg, assisted by Miss Louie Brooks (soprano). The presi- dents were Messrs. Tom Morris, J.P., and I). W. Lewis, F.T.S.C. Although five days have elapsed, the ruins of the Mumbles fire are still smoulder- ing, and it has been found necessary to occasionally use the hose. Hundreds of visitors from Swansea and neighbourhood visited the scene of the outbreak on Sunday. Percy Wiiison (32), labourer, was brought up at Swansea Police Court on Friday on a charge of stealing a coat the property of some person or persons unknown. There was no prosecutor and Wilson was dns- charged. Hoey. W. J. Morgan, of Glais, late pastor of Siloam Baptist Church, Gelli, Ton Peratre, has recently accepted a oall to become pas- tor of a flourishing Baptist Church at Ply- mouth, Pennsrv-lvania, U.S.A. He sailed for America on Thursday. The "Frythoniafid y Glais" Company gave a capital performance of the Rev. J. lywi JOTh..OS' Welsh drama, "Jac Martin," at the Public Hall, Clydach, on Thursday evening. Good scenic effect was produced, and ail the cliaracters ware well sustained thr, mrghout, In conueetion with the Briton Ferry Welsh Society, Major Mansel H. Hunter gave a paper on "Welsh Warriors in Britain's Battles. The paper proved very instruc- tive and interesting, and was much appreciated by those present. Mr. William Morris presided. t" A lad iiam-ed Reginald Keen (5), Cliff- cottages, Briton Ferry, who was with his mother in Caer-sfcreet, Swansea, on S&fcar- day, was accidentally knocked dOlWn by a horse and spring cart, and the wheels passed over his back. He waa only bruised and was able to go home. The Neath Horse Show is to be revived, after a lapse of several years. On Saturday a preliminary meeting, presided over by the mayor (Mr. W. B. Trick, J.P.) was held. The mayor was elected president, Mr. W. A. Leyson hon. secretary, and Mr. A, E. Curtis hon. treasurer. It is hoped to hold a show in June. Morgan Da vies, a single young man, re- ading at Ty'rmynydd, Clydach, waa crushed between a couple of coal trams whilst employed underground as a haulier at the Graigola-Mrthyr Oollierv"a Clydach, on Wednesday, and sustained *a fracture of the knee-cao- The Welsh Insurance Commissioners wrote to Ystradgynlais Council on Thurs- day that every effort was being madplo re- ceive paiaente at the Sanatoria. They de- nzed any preferential treatment of certain districts. The letter was referred to the medical officer. referred to the At Swansea Police Court on Friday, Wm. Murphy (26), seaman, drunk and disorderly, wae cautioned and disoharged, aa was Tho*. Wallace (27), se&man, also charged with be- ing drunk and disorderly. Mary Jane Lewis summoned Ernest George (36), fireman, for mamtenafnea arrears. Case adjourned till Saturday. Herbert Russell (19), ship's cook, an- swared to a dlarge at Swansea Police Court on Friday of breaking and entering No. 7, Carnaarthen-road, between 11.30 p.m. on the 11th inft. and 5.45 a.m. on the 12th 1Dst and stealing 6d. in coppers, the pro- perty of Philip Gough. Defendant was reo manded for a week.   Eiddig ?'?? (pasbw), who re-  ? week a?<r a holiday trip to?tzea-lMid, gave am interœting We?  ? of "Y Cymæo M r?!2 SM8P? 19 Welshman on Tour") at a wen?tend?d meeting at Hobrn. I 9 ?r?' ? Thu?day ev?Mg. The iect', -lid, was th-gMy ?pp?ed, was ilhotmted by Iantm views. I $ A new private railway is £ X,r1, ;zibiz T?ghor "trict. T? proposed 1? i.9 "t to connect the Cefngoleu and Berth- HWJ'd CoUteriM to t? G. W.R. at a point mid/ way between LQughor and Goweiton. At pi?nt tb? -Ili*Ties are situated on ? L. and ?.W.R, PencJ?dd branch. TTWwe h S an old "Sht of way existing over ??r of the land between the two above ^Guaa?!iaDS ™et ? Thnr?v, Llanellv Gua.rdians met on Thursd,a,y. -Mr. Nevlll in the chair. 'kir. Wadden, LlalU1oIl'Jk his seat for the first time to th? d^lded ? have telephone direct  the infirmary. Attent,an ?' ?"? to t^e fact tb&t 4 woman was recently givn ir?Xiee! f ??nh€? a ?he had a house which wS" ^ga! but there remained a margin of i.W. l?^bAnqUine* were oixiered to be mfde « LI a tek€antlme decided to allow 1 5s. a week. The Yatradgynlais housing scheme wag earned a ,step further on Thureday when the tender of Mr. H. Rogers, Swan.sea., wall accepted for carrying out the work. -Air. Cook Rees, architect, Ntb, was in at- tendance. The proposal of the Council is to erect houses at Abercrave, Colbren, and Ys- tradgynlais. Twenty-three tenders were re- ceived, the lowest being that of Mr Rogers, which, as already stated, it was resolved to aeoept. The price wns £ 13,758. The funeral of Mr. David Da,viea of Arthney-terrace, Fforestfach, took place 1-111 Thursday at Calfaria Graveyard, Ravenhill. The Revs L. J. Hughes (Calfaria) and D. L,.Daiiiel Ystrad) officiate the house, whilst Uie Rev. D. Jenkin Jones (Soron) prayed at the graveside. The chief mourners were Mr. Evan Davies (son) and Mrs. tbvies, Mr. David Davies (son) and Mrs. Davi-, llrs. Ellen Mainwaring (daughter) and Mr. Mainwaring, Mr. Daniel Davies (brother), Ammanford; Mr John Davies (brother) and Mrs. Davies, Cockett; Mr. Ivor Davies iiiephew), Ferndale • Mrs. Mary Ann Bryant ,uiece), Ferndale; Afrs. Sarab Mat.hews (niece), Ferndale; Miss Mary Jane Davies and Mr. Benjamin E. Davies Railway-terrce. The funeral arrangements were efficiently carried out by Mr. D. Glyn Hopkins, undertaker, Ravenhill. The funeral of tlie late Airs. Ann Mutthews, Margiaret-terrace, Sfcet-ty' took place on Thursday aft-emoon at Sketty Churchyard. The principal mourners were.: Messrs. Tom aj)d Willie Matthews (sons), Misses Jeiiiny, Lucy and Annie Idau.ghters), Air. and Mrs. J. Joneis (son-in-law and daiughter), -Alx. and Mre. D. C. Harris (Llandilo, son-in-law and daughter), Messrs. Yeoman lianis, Llandilo, and Harold Matthews (grandsons), Miss Betbune Mat- thews (grand-daughter), Mr. Evan Jones and Mrs Williams. The RoeTs. D. Akrill Jones, M.A. (vicar) and Nc-rnian Par ceil, M.A., officiated in the church and at „be' graveside. Wreaths and crosses were sent by Mr. aaid Mrs. F. W. Gilbertson and :\1isr. Molly Gilbertson, Pontiiixlawe; Mr. and Mrs. Iltyd Thomas, Glaumor; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fernihough; Mr. and Mre. Herbert Fernihonigh; Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. W. James; Mrs. Davies, Cissie and Ma<ry; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Laugharne: Maggie, David and the boysi Mrs. Williams; Jajnes, Lucy. Gwen and nnie; Alice an d Jim; Tom, Annie and ramily. Mr. Philip Grwyn earned out the funeral aaTanzements.