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SWANSEA II. V. CARDIFF II.

I "A CLEAN SHEET."

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I "A CLEAN SHEET." PONTARDAWE DISTRICT'S FINE RECORD. I NO LICENSING CONVICTIONS FOR A YEAR. Pont&rdawe Lic-IDsing ?eeaioM were held on FridaY. ?T?h? a.nnufd report, Supt. Letherem at?t?d th't there wei?e seventy-eight ?i??d r?Eniaef in th? district. There w?aatrre-te? an average of 502 persons to S hDa?90 the p?pul?u of the division inJun? 1914 '??S ?9?55- During the year ??UnK9 ? ??? fken asainst 152 mvrpons ?r drunKenneJfts, 149 were con- pered, a? fhreo diemief»d. Th? was a docre"t,, of 39 oasee over the previous year. was only ()ne club registered in the divisioll, known a. the 3iond Nickel Works R?nea,tion Olub, ClydMh. with a member- ship of 470. The club w" wdl oanducted. Mr H G. Striok \pres:dmg m&?i&tra.?) ?ea,ld that during his 32 yeal'S' expene11QE; M a m?sti-? this was the first time that an i absolutely clean sheet had been prestarted. | latere had been NO CONVICTION OF A j.J1V.lW.'i.t;Ð HOLDER during the past twelve montna' MM he I dLi IIforod this to be a mc&t ?Mf&otwy? state of affairs. It showed that the, licensed holders were trying their beet to, oarrv out their duties in aooordanoe vrith ( the Another point which was very j t)leasing was the faoot that there ha-i been a dc ^eaee of 20 per oent. in the number of ,con,, for drunkenness. A* there had been a great increase in the population the decrease was more satisfactory. He oould only attribute this to the advanoe in education. Men lived more to respect themselves, and this helped to bring about tbemoelv 'e 19, briety. »

-.I "KILLED AT SEN-GHENYDD."

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i ! "PREVENTION AND GUIDANCE.…

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MASHING THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER.

SEVEN CHILDREN FATHER. LESS.

ALL WHITES LOSE.

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i SWANSEA'S " STACK - FAWR."