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SWANSEA MAYORS .1 UNCLE.

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ITHROUGH A REVOLUTION.

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TO COST £12.000.I

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BLOWN !N? I SKEWEN BOY-CYCLIST'S I FATE. A lad named )I<u'oid Laverton, v.'ho re-I sided with hi? parents ?t ?[o?jretown, Skc- wfji, and who wag employed at the Capa Copper Works, was Epnt with a message to ¡ Jersey ?tarine on ?turda.y morning. H? wa<< granted the loan cf the hicyc!e of ?!r. Brown, chief <'ngin?f't\ to expedite the jouT- my. His prolong has occa&ion<;d a!a.rm. and, fe<n''ng he has be<*h drowned i:) the canal, dragging operations were con- tinued on Sunday, hnt without result. In the afternoon the body of the boy and the bicycle wpra found in the cand at Crumlyn Bnrrows by county police authontief, who had conducted the dragging operations. Deceased was 16 .ears of age, &nd liv-ed at Railway-tenacp, .Mooretown. It is assumed that !.e had a side slip when riding along the canal bank, and wa-q pre- cipitated into the water—probably blown in by the high wind.

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I FINE "CATCHES." !

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----I TINPLATES IN MEXiCO.

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