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SWANSEA ELECTRICITY WORK.

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I IGIFT FROM THE STATES.

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GIFT FROM THE STATES. FIFTY DOLLARS FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. KINDLY THOUGHT OF NEW JERSEY FOLK. The Mayor of Swansea has received the following letter from Mr. Joseph P. Barlow, the Secretary of the British Isles Relief gocuet-N, of Trenton, N.J., U.S.A., enclosing a subscription of £10 83. for tobacco, cigarettes, a.nd other comforts for the sick and wounded soldiers at Swansea. The Mayor has acknowledged, with many thanks, tins most generous and thoughtfvlil gi-f t — THE BRITISH ISLES RELIEF SOCIETY OF TRENTON, N.J. Treat-on, N. J December 24th, 1915. To the Mayor of Swansea, South Wales. Honourable Sir,—Enclosed please find cheque Ten pounds eight shillings, .equiva- lent of$50, payable to your order. This is a gift from the British Tales Relief of Trenton. N.J., U.S.A., sent for the purpose of purchasing tobacoo, cigarettes, and other comforts for the sick and wounded soldiers from the battle front who are confined in vour c it-Y hospital. We have s beady sent a. considerable sum of money to the Prince of W' ales' Fund now our society wish to do something for the gallant fellows who a.re sick and wounded, so we decided to send ?50 each to ten different hospitals in the Rrit'sh hIes. On mv request your hospital was named as one, arid not knowing the name of your hospital and the party in charge, and knowing that you could be closely associated with it, I made the cheque payable to your order (on behalf of the SoHefcy r have also mailed a cheque to the MayoT of Cardiff for tl-le same cause). We sincerely hope that our small o-ift will help to cheer the good fellows who have fought as bravely for the love and honour of their King and country, and that this terrible war wul soon beaded with victorv for Great Britain and her Allies, for w rsailise that they are fighting not, only for their own country but also the civilised world. Kindly have the proper authorities to acknowledge receipt of gift. Respectfully yours. JOSEPH P. BARLOW..Secretary. P.S.—Sorry. Mr. Mayor, that I have not the pleasure of knowing vour name, or even the name of your hOBpital I know you will excuse mf1 on that, account, and trust you will see that our wishes are carried out, Jos. P. Barlow.

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