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"ERROR OF JUDG|\: MENT."

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RUSSIAN TRANSPORT. ;

- ¡ BUYING THEIR OWN j LAND.…

" G.F.S. " AT SWANSEA.

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FORGING AHEAD.____I

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FORGING AHEAD. I PRIMROSE LEAGUE IN WEST I WALES. FINE MEETINGS AT NEATH AND SKEWEN. The newly-formed Gwyn Habitation" I of the Primrose "gus is certainly not allowing the grass to grow under its feet. The inaugural meeting held at Neath in December has been followed by a good deal of hard work, and the four wa.of the habitation are fast getting into effective working order, while propaganda work is to be ibi-axt-ed forthwith on thorough lines. On Tuesday a crowded meetmg was held -zi t the National Schools, Skewen, under the presidency of Mr. J. G. Moore-Gwyn, J.P. It was enthusiastic, too, and not the least ENCOURAGING "SIGN OF THE I TIMES" was the presence ot such a large number of Nonconformists. The chairman was sup ported by Mr. J. E. Moore-Gwyn, J.P., oi Duftryn, the ruling councillor, Mr. Theo- dore Gibbins, Mr. David Williams, Mr. J. E. R. Thomaa, Nii-. Tom Williams, Rev. J. C. Beynon, Rev. T. Jones, Nl-r. Tliornas Thomas (Parliamentary agent for Mid- Glamorgan), and Mr. 1. B. Rowlands (Par- liamentary agent for the Swansea district). A stirring address was given by Mr. H. Lancaster (Prov. Sec. of the Grand Council for Wales and the West of England), fol- lowing which officials and committee were appointed to actively carry out the objects of the movement. Mr. J. E. Moore-Gwvn J.P., presided over the Neath meeting, which was held at the Constitutional Club. This was purely L: s was pujfJy a business gathering, which decided (1) to hold meetings monthly :n every ward; (2) to r>rooe?d artivelv on a PAMPHLETEERING CAMPAIGN; (3) to make a house to hoase canvass of the district; a.nd (4) to hold socia.l gatherings, with political addresses, as frequently as possible. Among those present at the Neath meet- ing were Mffl. Moore-Gwvn (dame presi- dent). Mrs. Theodore Gibbins (treasurer), Mr. Theodore, Gibbins. Mr. H. Lancaster, and Mr. 1. B. Rowlands.

i'E,.I SWANSEA Y.M.C.A-'S…

DIVIDED VILLAGE,

- .MORE VALLEY GARDEN CITY…

ITRAWLERS I TUSSLE.

CAN THEY AFFORD IT?

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STOMACH TROUBLES.

IINCOME-TAX.-I

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"SEEMS OUTRAGEOUS." -

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.. FATHEADED POOLS."

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I"WIN OR DRAW." ————.————

NEW SWANSEA POSTMASTER.

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"WELSH CHICAGO P1

1 I "UNEASY LIES THE 1 HEAD-"…