.(_a-4. .-N7"'M.Ir FISH PERMITS. At Ystradgynlais Police Court on Tues- lay Richard Lewis, collier, of Abercrave, ra3 summoned for fishing in portions of he Tawe and Twyni rivers, which were >reserved by ,Vlessrs. M. W. Morgan and J. Davies. Mr. Jones Williams prose- mferl. Defendant produced a permit to fish in >ther ]>ortions of the rivers, but he pleaded gnorance that the portions deitiplaibed of vere preBervcni by coinplaiiintttfi. The Chairman Orr. Benthall) in im- posing a fine of 2%. 6d. and costs, said hat when permits were given it should w stipulated esyiotly where fishing was illowed.
The Ciiy Corporation have contributed EMO towards the relief of the dletreas imong the British Colony in P.rtriB. Messrs. Eai-rod«j have just sent, on the .-dt,r of Mr. Arthur Oohen, 20,000 Ottn<»e jackete of tobacco for the troops at the ront..
P\r; )X(MM' I MILFORD TERRITORIALS ANDITHEIR FAMILIFLS. I ) A meeting convened by the Chairman of the Milford Haven Council (Mr. W, I; Causey Whittow) to consider what stepi I should bo taken in the formation of a local branch of the County War Fund was held at Milford on Tuesday. Mr. Marlay Samson attended, and en. plained the objects and aims of th? County War Fund, and it was unanij modsly decided that a local brandt should be started, and a local committed waa formed to organise the eubscriptioni and collections. Colonel Roberts said there were ahooj 203 people at Milford Haven in need 01 assistance, and there were many har4 cases of thoso who had lost their livela hood owing to the war. Reference was made to certain TerriJ torials at home who had pocketed all their allowance, on the supposition that their wives and families would, be lookacj I after by others. Mr. Samson said that was a basøle supposition. Such persons failed their first duty.
"BUSINESS AS USUAL." Nola z ■ en. vaits oo Beg to submit prices of suitable Goods which they hope will be of service to Members of the British Red Cross and other Societies who are working for the British Sailors and Soldiers. The following are in Stock, Ready for Immediate Delivery: c. =0' Strong Grey Army Shirts, 4/- each. Grey Army Socks, ftd., 10d., 1/- a pair. Army Braces, 9d. and 1/- a pair. OfficenJ Burtwrry Costs, 63/ OfHcer<' Khaki Shirts, </? each. -i. CeMars tQ match, ?- Mth. Khaki Silk Ties, 1!6 each. ,< R.gulatõn Cavalry Coats, 73/6. ? Regulation infantry Coats, 63/ Soidiet?' Cabin Bags, with Strong Brass Locks, 5/- each. Soldiers' or Sailors' Companions, containing Sewing Materials, 1Bid. t/6)each.. 0 FOR MAKING UP-DAY AND NIGHT SHIRTS, PYJAMAS, &c. Z white, Red, Grey and Natural English Flannels, 1ed. to 1/6 per yard. White or Fancy Striped Flannelette, 6|d., 71d., Std. per yard. Grey Army Shirting (Regulation Flannel), 1/2, 1/4, 1/6 per yard. Welsh Shirting Flannel, Fancy Stripes, t/-» 1/2, 1/J, 1/4 per yard. Bad Striped Welsh Flannel, for Bed Jackets, etc., 1/2, 1/3, 1/6 per yard. Patterns Gladly Submitted. Khaki or Grey Wool, for Soaks, Caps, Comforters, etc., 3/3 to 31111 w fb. Ben. Evans & Co., Ltd., Swansea.
RECRUITING. 1 ALL WHITES FOR THE COLOURS MAJORITY OF THE RUCBY PLAYERS RESPONDMG TO THE CALL Not content with having cancelled the.ir I fixtures, the Swansea Rugby Club are d?iag all in their power to get the player* to sign for service. to?? Pendra?on" imckti?nds that the m?ority of the All Whites have either Btgne? already or intend doing so. Among the Arst ? decide lor the colours was B. BfrynOfi, the outside half. An entJiueia?tic worker for recruiting is Mr. D. B. Williams, the Swansea cricketef. His absence from the Swansea Eleven in r6c€nt matches bas been duo j to the energy which, be h?s thrown into this special branch of work. 1 What All Whites Have Done. Pendragon ? understands that the All Whites, who have signified their Willing-I ness to join the coiours, have not become wnnected with any specie branch of the mrvice. What they hate clone is to stato whether they are willing to serve at home of whether they will consent to go abroad. Ai has been stated elsewhere, the response has been very gratifying. ABERAVON RUGBY CLUB. I Patriotic Decision: An Appeal to Young Men. At a meeting of the Aberavon Rugby J Football Club Committee on Tuesday night, on the motion of Mr. Lewis Thomas (Chairman) seconded by Mr. Hopkin Jones, the following resolution wa unanimously passed: Tha.t this oommitteo realise the very serious posi- tion this country is in, iknd fed that ;n such eircumistances it is impossible to j consider the question of their sport, and unanimously resolve that no football be played during the war, and hope that. all young ruen, instead of filling up meir time in playing football during the rinter, as in the past, will consider the ippeal made by Lord Kitchener to fill -he ranks, and thereby assist to save their country from the hands of the enemy." It was further resolved to do anything in the club's power to assist in promoting ihl) interest of rfhy relief fund. THE RESPONSE OF THE I CRICKETERS. In a letter to the Evening Standard" Mr. P. F. Warner erititims th< sb.te- ment of & correspondent that our a.,? bodied amateurs are chicken-hearted cowards or devoid of ordinary iutelli-! gencc" as most unfair," and states that of the Middlesex team alone the following have already joined some corps: N. Haig, S. H. Saville. M. H. C. Doll, ROn.¡ R. Anson, E. S. Litteljohn, F? T. Mann, W. P. Robcftson, R. H. Twinii? and P. F. Warner. I Of our professional. Lee has joined ( & Te"itorial battalion, and other (kketerg 'ho have joined a corp3 arc ?ir A. White, R. H. Spooner, C. E. Hat- fcild. S. J. P?!.er. A. H. Homby. A- W. Carr, Â. T. Sharp, M. C. Hird, P. G. H. ¡ Fender, D. J. Knight (joining the Inns of Court O.T.C. on Thursday) M. P. Chaplin, B. <4. Von Melle, M. Falcon, .T. 1*. t'aleon, E. M. Dowpon. and others of wh'>m T have not actually heard. T know among amateur cricketers more than one schoolmaster who would give a great deal to be able to join !-ome corps, but even in war time the youth of England must be educated, and these men cannot possibly give up their work. A Cricketers' Corp' was suggested, but the War Office disapproved of the idea, and meanwhile the amateur cricketers of England are as a AThole clol ng" their best to be of some use to their country in her hour of trial. I hope and I believe f bo professional cricketers will follow th<*ir example/* E. S. M. Poyntz. P. P. Hope, and Bridges, numbers of the Somerset Crickot Club, intend, it is stated, offering them- selves for service. Booth and Kilner, the only unmarried members of the Yorkshire regular team, are to seek military swrviiso on their re- turn north. I WiST WALES. We have published elsewhere the state it recruiting in Swansea up to yesterday, and below we give the progress made at t.be various West Wales stations of which some Pembrokeshire towns and Llanelly have done particularly well. Kidwelly. I Six recruits have been accepted from Kidwelly, and there is part of a company if Territorial Reserves training there. Men have to go to Llanelly to enlist. Haverfordwest. I On Tuesday morning a fine lot of young men left Haverfordwest for naval centres. Taking everything into congideru- I tion, there is every reason to believe that Pembrokeshire hail done well in the matter ot reruiting. Pontardulais. I Kecruiung in 1 ontardulais and dittriet is only fair. Up to date only about 50 have joined the colours from this area, though. there is a splendid field for r&. rrmtmg. There are, however, no facilities for recruiting nearer than Swansea and I Llanelly. LI artel ry. On Monaay and Tuesday. tie Llanelly Drill Hall was besieged with volunteers and large bodies of men left for the train- ing depots. Nearly 500 LI anally ites are already serving their country in the ab WelshL lieginaent (Territorial^ and tiie Field Engineers. Fishguard, I The «hguard B-ecraitiag Committee are holding meetings in the neighbour- ing villas this week to stir up the men. The Vicar of Fishguard (the Rev. David Davies, B.A^ addressing a crowded con- grogation av Fishguard Parish Church, made an ou^poken appeal to young mon to respond t( the country's call.
FELL on A CUfF AT TENBY. I A hitler naJnyi Wood, in the emply of Dr. Curtis Web> a Tenby visitor, met with a serious accent on the clilfs near I Waterwynch, Teia)y, on Monday aftcr- noon. Finding their wAy barred by the tide. ?\06d and a comhuion attempted to alimt) the cliff. Wod loet his hold M..i tell a considerable igtance into the sea. He was rescued Air. Shaddock, erf Waterwyuch, and Ai afterwards taken into -Mr. lioffman's )Oat and landed at l'rnhv Harbour. At the hospital h. v-as attended by Dr. Drake and Dr. Vebb, and proved to he suffering from severe cat at the back of the hUad and nany bruises.
So many doctors hav> London on tf>rrconnected with \# war that it is i proposed wiww powtiWe^ diepem with the attendance of medJ.¡W wiuieastts at loqueaft r
LORD PLYMOUTH'S SON. j HON. ABonER WiMR-ME KillED IN I AGTIdN. i It is with regret that w? Announce the death of the Hon. ArcherWindaor-Clive, second son of the Earl and Countess of Plmouth, which occurred early last we-ek. occurre d early last- The news was received at St. Pagan's, the Earl of Plymouth'* Glamorgan resi- dence, on Tuesday night; but it is under- stood that the Lieutenant met his death in the fighting which took place in the early part of last week at Mons, and in which his r&?im.ent, the Coldstream CtU&yd?, played an honourable part Licut. Wind!(or-Chvo was not qmt? 24 years of age, having been born in Novem- ber, 1894. His elder brother, Lord Wind- sor, is serving in the Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Deep and widespread sympathy will bf felt with the Earl nnd Countess of Ply- mouth in their bereavement. The Earl, who is lord-Lietiteni-itit of Glamorgan, has shown an intensely patriotic spirit. Soon after the outbreak of hositilities he oCcred his services to the War Office, and he has thrown himself with enthufiiaem into the recruiting and Red Croats work in Glamorgan. It will be recalled that four years ago the Earl of Plymouth's latin Ron and heir, j Viscount Windsor, rlied in India while on the staff of the late Lord Minto, Governor General of India. A County Cricketer, I The late Hon. Archer Windsor-Give wnA a first-class cricketer, and represented Glamorgan in many matches..He several j times played against Swanaea for the Earl of Plymouth's XI. A SOLDIER AND A MAN. I PRESENTATION TO ABERAVON CORPORAL I WHO HELPED THE POLICE. At the Aberavon Town Council on Tuesday night, the Mayor (AM. D. Pvees) presiding over a full attendance of mem- berg. a presentation of a piirxe of gold contributed by tho public and the police was toado to ex-Corporal Thomas Condon, 35. Gwendoline-street, Aberavon, late K.F.A. for the aaoistance rendered to P.S. John Rale. Aberavon, in arresting two artnod burglars in tho public street on Monday, August 17th. Condon served 15 years in the Field Artillery, and had rejoined ior active service. Supt. Boti Evans said that when Sergt. Hale arrested the two men it was found that they were heavily armed, and ho called upon Condon, who immediately came to his assistance and rendered valu- able services. Councillor T. Owen, J.P.. said that many people knowing that th9 two des- perate characters were armed, would have hesitated to have assisted, but Condon had proved himself a soldier and a man (Applause.) He thought that Sergt. Halt, in tracking down those two men, with other important arrests, had proved him- self one of the best officers in the country. (Applause.). The presentation amounted to X7. (Applause.) Mr. Condon, in returning thanks, said that he had given his assistance to the police as a white man and a soldier always should, and ho never expected or looked for a rt,Ni-ard. ( am going away to- morrow," he added, to do my little best for my country, and 1 hope to bring honour to Aberavon and to return to again assist the police in their difficult duty k" Councillor Percy Jacob (walking over to 1[r. Condom: Thank God we have 11 few of your sort in the district. When you return, Condon, I will find yon a job, and a good one. (Applause.) It watj pointed ont that Condon's wife, who was a. qualified nurse, was already at the front. S.S.S. I SMOKES FOR SOLDIERS AHD SAILORS. I The secretary of S.S.S. (a committeo established under the patronage of Queen Alexandra for the purpose of providing Smokes for Boldiers and Sailor*") writo,s appealing to the generosity of our readers towards soldiers and suilora in hospital. We want to be able to supply them with tobacco, he says. This is given by the War Office to troops at the front, but hospitals are not able to make the same provision for their patients. Now this appeal is to everybody. There is not a smoker in the country who, if he saw a wounded soldier or sailor longing for a pipe, would not give him a That is the need now. There are already hundreds of wotHlùed soldiers and sailors who want a liti., We ask your readers to give it, either in kind or money. All contributions of any sort, tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, or cash wiil be most gratefully received by The Secretary of S.S.S., 4, Buckingham-gate, S.W. Lord Grenfell ot Kilvey is a member of the committee. PONTARDULAIS MAN'S EXCITING VOYAGE I Mr. Vavasor 'Morgan, youngest son of the Rev. I). Lloyct Morgan, n. D., and Mrs. Morgan, Pontardulais, has reached home safely. Mr. Morgan embarked at Galveston. U.S.A., on a German liuer bound for Bremeu. At Havana (Cuba) the boat was held np, and crew and passengers had to disembark. Mr. Morgan entrained for New York, and there found a British liner. The young gentleman only recently- emigrated to onthMexícotfor the benefit of his health, and his homecoming, under t.he circumstances, canned much anxiety h hundreds of friends. -————- < ?————— MUMBLES RE IEF FOND. I The committee of the Oystermonth Local Fund in connection with tie Prince of Wales' National Fund, ask us to announce the following subscriptione: Z s. d. Amounts previously acknow- ledged .u. 155 18 9 Collected by Miss Darien Walter's-terrace .——— 2 3 10 Coun..Tames Harris 3 0 Coon. W. Ia Jarvis 10 0 Coun. Hy. Davies. 10 0 Coun. J. J. Jones ,110 CoL Charles Wright 10 0 0 Mrs. Daniel Leigh 10 0 0 Mr. John Taylor, Ty-Newydd 10 n fi Miss Dillwyn 5 0 0 Mr. C. P. Presswell, Langland- road 3 3 0 Mrs. M. Batehelor 2 2 0 Mr. Stanley Clement 2 0 Mr. J. H. Libby 10 0 Mrs. Essery. G-ise-ell 1, 0 Mr. Bruce Husband 110 2207 16 1 The smallest contributions will be gratefully received at the Council Offices, Oyaterrltmth. and acknowledged through these columns.
Mss JT. G. Tjawson, In, QiiesirVrntv, S.W.. wishes it toO be known that all the ma-tra,- itirtes alJ d othM literature provided hy ra.ders have now been eent. to th,-ir des- tination. No more should be sent, as the need hae now been iuUy EtUVUed.
FUNERAL OF LORD MERTHYR- I I INTERMENT AT FAMILY MAUSOLEUM AT I: GEFN. The mortal remains of Lord Merthyr of Senghenydd were laid to rest in the family mausoleum at Cefn Cemetery, Merthyr. Tho public service urns at St. El'an's Church, Aberdare. Tho funeral cortege, consisting only of the near relatives of tho deceased baron, followed the remail)s from Mardy House, Aberdare, to the church in motor-cars, and tho coffin was borne on a motor hearse, covered with wreaths. So dense was the crowd of sympathisers in Vic- toria-square that a strong posse of police had to line tho route. The Mourners. The mourners were the Hon. H. C. ¡ Lewis, tho Hon. Trevor G. Lewis, the Hon. Miss A. J, .Lewis, the Hon. ATiss L. T. Lewig, the Hnn. Mig G. 1L Lewis, the '1'. the Hon. Mi--s (-A. IL .1,,r., ir., till-, Green, Mrs. Powell, Colonel W. rorest, j D.S.O., and the Run. Mrs. Forest, Mr. j W. F. P. de WintoT\ and the Hon. Mrs. do Wintoo, the Hon. W. Leiris, the JI-ioii. Mrs. Lewis, and the Hon. Mist; Ann Lewis (sons and daughters and sovis-in- law), Mr. T. W. Lewis (brother), Master Konald Forrest, Master William ù.) Win-! ton, and Master John de Winton (grand-! children). Dr. Powell, Mr. Neilson! Powell, Mr. Hereford Powell. Mr. W. L. Harris, Mr. Watkin Lewis, Mr. and Mf-p., .W. T. Pf-M. Mr. Herbert Uses, Coptaittl Gordon lices, Mr. 11. T. Eee*. Mr. David Harris, Nil-x4 Rcps, Pendarreti, Mrs. and; Miss Rees, Glundare, Mrtl. Fcsting. Misa l/<'wis, Mr. Jack Lewis, Major Bell, Mr. Grhham Bell. 'I Officiating at the service at, St. Elvan's Church were the He v. J. A. TAwiig, vicar of Aberdare, and the Her. Canon Jol-iii. sort, of Llandaff. The coffin of fumed oak with brass mountings bore the following simple in- scription :— Sir William Thomas Lewis, Bart., G.C.V.O., First Baron Merthyr of Serighenydd. Born 5th August, 1837. I Died 27th August, 1914. Master lion a Id Forrest bore the de- i ceased baro&'s decorations and insignia on a cushion behind the cotfin. Distinguished Gathering, Among the sympathisers present were the Marquis of Hato, Lord Aberdare, Lord Pontypridd, tho Lord Mayor ot Cardiff t.Aiderman J. ilobinson), and the Mayor of Merthyr. (Mr. H. M. Lloyd). The Un-iversity of Walee was repre- sented by Mr. J. Mortimer Angus, M.A., and the Council of the University Cot. lege of South Wales, and Monmouthshire were represented by Major-Gen. Sir Ivor Herbert, M.P Sir John Courtis, the iiov. Canon David Davies, Mr. Alder- man T. H. Howell, Mr. D. W. Jones, Major-Gen. H. H. Lee, Mr. Councillor Evan Owen, Mr. T. H. Thomas, Mr. Alderman C. H. Bird, Prinicpal E. H. Grifhtha, Mr. D. J. A. Brown (registrar), and Mr. John A. Jones, while Professor A. L. Selby, M.A., represented the Senate. Major-Gen. H. H. Lc* and Col. E. M. Bruce Vaughan represented the King Edward VII. Hospital, Cardiff, and I Mr. Walter Shirley i-opreseni-.od the Mackintosh of Mackintosh. Amongst thosse ropresenting the South Wales Institute of Engineers were Messrs. John. Roberts, Swansea, and J. Dyer Lswis, Swansea. There were alfto present the Revs. J. L. Thomas, Aber- ppi,gitin, aud J. lIow(4 Parry, Llausom- let. The funeral cortege re-formed outside the church, and the motor-cars proceeded slowly through the town, the streets again being lined with sympathetic spectators, all the way through Llwyd- rtoed and tho road to Merthyr.
SWANSEA POLICE COURT. I W Pd ore MAArs. A. H. Thomas (in the chair), .T. H. Rosser, F. Beer, T. Jones, and D. Thomas. Richard Thomas (32), labourer, charged with neglecting to maintain his wife and three children and allowing them to be- come chargeable to the common fund of l the Swansea Union, was sent down for Mix weeks. COUNTY CASES. I Carrying an Orderly. I Richard James Short., pleaded guilty to driving a motor cycle in a manner dangerous to the public at Mumbles on 7th August.—The police evidence was that defendant was t ravelling at about 30 miles an hour with a Territorial on his carrier. There were crowds of people about. Defendant said the orderly was on business and he had to take him.—The Chairman told defendant that the Bench believed his story; otherwise he would have been dealt with severely. He would be fined 20s. and costs. Hit First Shot! Mary Ann Griffiths, 6. Bridge-road, Waunarlwydd, summoned Hannah John. a neighbour, assault., on. A/ugust 14th Mr. H. Thompson appeared for comit- plainant. Th? offence was denied. 1 t wa« a small affair, said Mr. Thompson- only a question of one woman throwing bricks at another—but the most marvel- Ion,, tiling was that, at the first attempt, defendant hit what she aimed at.—The c&eo was dismissed.
A POEM BY KiPLINC. j A war poem by Rudyard Ivipling is pub- lished to-day by tho" Times an(I D al v Telegraph." The first verse runs: For all we have and are, For all our children's fata, Stand up and meet the war. The Ilun is et tho gate! Our world has passed away In wantonness o'er thrown. There is nothing left to-day. But steel and fire and -tonjl 1 Through all we knew depart. The old commandments stand: In courage keep your heart, In strength lift up your hand."
CENSORSHIP OF f ILMS. In conformity with the wishes of the I Secretary of ritalo, and of the Press Bureau, the British Board of Film Censors hae de- cided. in order to prevent the exhibition cf alms dealing, with the present crisis in all inopportune or improper manner, that during the war all such pictures, whether topical or otherwise, shall be submitted for oemftorship. The exhibitors are asked to acoept thie intimation, ond to oo-cpei-at6 with the authorities by only showing tsucii films a4 have been duly certified.
EXTENDING THE HOLIDAY SEASON. I At a meeting of the Aberystwyth Town Council on Tuesday the g-enwal parpoeee committee wae asked to give immediate consideration to a coramu n ication from the Federation of British Health and noli- day Report6 8n$;ge»ting that a.n appeal be made to the railway companies to make a sp-aoial effort to prolong tha holiday season this year. A letter wao read from Mr. S. Williamson, general manager of the Cambrian Railways Company, with regard to the special adver- tising' of the ?own u the pragent juncture, and stating that t?a company h&d ill ;?Uz to ep?nd £ 150 at ùnœ in pT?? a?Tcrtifc? mewto drawing atbcaticai b? tho OaTa.D! Bay Meert? v
SKETTYS DESIRE, I i I ISOORPOBATIOS WITHIN BOUNDARIES OF i SWANSEA. i "A VERY BIG LIE." A meeting of the parochial electors M Sketty was called for Tuesday evening at the Church Hall to approve, or otherwise, of t.ho proposid for the iueiufiion of the parish of (Ipckett in the borough of Swan- s«a. Only a limited "number attended. This was not surprising in view of th subject which is obsessing everybody's miiul at present, and the apathy at the best of times of the ratepayers to devote proper attention to matters vrhicli concern j them. The Rates of the District. Mr. Joim Dav ies (chairman of Cocfectc Parisli Council), who presided, said he thought, they were after a Rood busiftcas proposition in seeking to be incorporated in the borough. (Hear, hear.) Whereae in the borough the rates were consider- ably under 108.. iti the parish of Cockett they were considerably over Mi*. There would be other blp: ivdvafltagef. He thought it was ftfily fair for Swansea to take them iii. bccause growing districts j like Pforesiiach and Sketty helped enor- J'^jufcly in the success of Swamsfca trades- men and tho town. Mr. J. T. Martyn (clerk to the Parish Council) explained the frl:l\p which had led up to the present position, and said i petitions were being sent around to every parochial elector. He thought inclusion in the borough would be a great advantage to the people of Cockett. We Have Outgrown Them." I Mr.. Walter Webber (vice-chairman of the Parish Council) "aid a few weeks ago people came to him and. asked, in view Of the war. if they were going on with the proposal. Of confBe they were. It would II be unlike Britons to stop. The local Government Board also held the mune I view. Proceeding, Mr. Webber said the Rural District Council had done their duty as well ay their limited powers al- lowed thew, and so had the Parish Coun- cil, "but we have oubgrowa theo). He had advocated urban powers, and even then he was trying to find a way into the borough. They had arranged with the Corporation to promote a provisional order. The terms were an equal en- franchisement. That meant that the people of Sketty, and the other districts would go mo tlio borough on exactly the sallie terms as the citizens miW. They would have the same right of voting and the tamo right of representation. Cockett parish was about five-sixths the existing size of Swansea borough. The New Council of 60. I It. was in tho air that the new council would consist of some 60 members, and I the parishioners of Cockett could be sure that the representation on the council would be more effective than their repre- I sentation at P res itnt ou the District I Council. It was pretty certain that the whole of CookoVt would go into the borough. Comparing the rateq. Mr. Webber said he worked out the rates of Cockett, parish at present at lis. M.he knew some would disagree with him. Next year, or perhaps a little later, if they remained under the District Council, the Forest- tw'h sewerage schemo would make them rise to 1;)£. Swansea rates at present were 8. 7d., so on tJlJ present basis they would be saving 3s. by joining- the borough. "We are-going into a town that is really well-managed," he said, "and a town which affords us » great deal of scope for improving our own position." In this connection he emphasi?d the im.-¡ proternent ?v-ould. Kke place in the sanitation and drainage of the district. A Very Big Lie." I Referring to statements made on the I othor Bide, he said it was being blazoned about that Swansea had a great interest \n takiug them m, that Svranfta is nearly bank- rupt, and it (irlty requires taking ua iu to increase their borrowing powers." That is a very big he,» he declared. The borrowing powers of Swansea were not nearly exhausted. Jti fact, there was only a limit placed on their borrow- ing powers in regard to sanitiwy matters, and that was twice their rateable value. The rateable value was L.5,140.000, and they had borrowed £ KJO,OOU, so they had got. nearly as far again to go before the borrowing powers were exhausted. Improved Educational Facilities. I Mr. Stanley Cook observed that, virhereas uo-ir Sketty was under three authorities, if they adopted the proposal they would b* under one. He thought the people ill Sketty had made tip their minds to get into the borough, aud they wanted to see the object accomplished as quickly as possible. He pointed out to parent* zh(, great advantage in the way of educational facilities that would accrue if they were linked up with the borough. I Access to the Gower- ton County School was not so easy as to the Swansea Secondary School. At present there were 150 borough children attending Skotty Coun- cil School. Tbo positinn of the teachers now outside the borough would also be im ptoved. Mr. J. H. Morgan moved a resolution approving of the proposed inclusion of the Parish of Cockett in the borough, and authorising the committee appointed by the annual assembly of tho parish meet- ing to render to the. Council all such assistance as might be necessary to accomplish the proposed inclusion. Mr. Isaac seconded and the resolution way carried unanimously.
I LLARELLY'S FIRST MATTH. HOW t THEY WILL BE REPRESEFI ED IN: I MATCH WITH MAHDY. The I/lanelty Soooer season open on Sat- urday next when Mardy will be met in a Southern League game at Halfway. The side that represented the K-eds in last Sat urday's trial match has been selected to take tho field, viz.;—Goal, Bailiff; backs. Beane and James; halves, Martin, Griffiths and Morris; forwards, Morris, Taylor, Bell, Levi and Neave. The visitors wiU include Osborne, Puge, and Steer, who have assisted the Tinpla-ters in previous seasons. THE fiOARl8: SKIPPEiB. I This season tne TinplaterB will be cap- tained by Neave. D'd. Ncave has had foot- ball experience in the four countries, and has played at outside left throughout his career. He is a native of Arbroath, Scot- land, is Z6 years of age, stands 5ft. lOicfe^ and weighs Hia first knowledge of the code was gained at home, and he then assisted Woolwich. Arsenal for six aeesens. The season before last he played for Merthyr Town, and last season he asrain peregrinated, this time to Ireland, where he played for the Shelium F.O. Levi, another acquisition to the club, ihas been selected as vice-oaptain.
Arrangements have been made by the KUTUA LEAGUE for distributing throughout the villages of England 700,000 copies of a 1-?nmpwet appealing to the people of the oaautaryside to t&k? their nhare in supply- ing fecmits. OopiM CM be obt?nod from the fWretary of UN &<H-? Deag?e at 184.108.40.206. Strand, WA
VALLEY COURT SENSATION. i: I 1-1 YSTRADCYHlAIS PRiSONER'S STRANCE j AUTWN AFTER 8HNG REMOVED A little sensation was causod at I Ysiriidgyiita.ife Policc Court on Tuesday at tha conclusion of a case in which j Charles Morgan (22), a labourer-, wa;" f.ommitted to the Quarter Sessions on a charge of breaking and entering, Maesydderwcn County lichool, and stealing 5s., the property of M.r. J. Walter Jones, B.A., headmaster. After being removed to a cell in the station, A-trii. EvanA, wife of Sergeant j Evans, hoard some screams, and she im- .mediately called in P.C. VViliiaiua. who! found Morgan with A "uandkercMei: pulled tightly tOUlld li-id tbrotit. f it(- officer at ohoo took off the handkërchiN;; and Morgan was removed later iu the I day to Brecon to await hit) trial. j
Clue of a Broken file. Mr, Jones Williams, who prosecuted, j explained thai the school was entered bè-, tween July 29th and August 11th, while the, caretaker w«.b away on hokdayfc. A ] few days later Morgan was fountl sleup- iilg on a rick of hay, and a parcel, which WAS found hidden in the hay, contained k scarf, scissors, sho^s, biscuits, and a pieec of an iron tile. l'hl) ottier portion oi the file, waa found under the cover of a desk at the school. and Davies, Miss May Harris, crgt. Evans, John Walter Jones, and John Hy. Edwards gave evidence. Miss Harris said the defendant, had stayed at her house, and. she identified the scarf as her property.
Doors, Drawers and Desk Forced. j Sergt. said that entrance had been effected through, a vfindow. He found several doors, Cupboards, drawers and a roll top desk forced open. Defendant said he submitted with; every confidence that there was absolutelr no c vicierce ul)oi -which any jury would convict. There was no evidence to prove that he was then; between -1 uly 31st and | August 11th, and he eontended that the justices had no alternative but to dismiss the taic. I The justices, UoTi\"ever, doztlt with hiai as stated above* HEATH EVEK CLASSES, j NEATH EVENo'KC CLASSE -& li? l
LXAUIIMATiOH RESULTS OF A SUGGESSFUt wiHiis sEssiaff The results of the Keath Gotmfcv School Evening Classes examinations held in April and- ila.y iast, conducted by the Glamorgan County Council and Board of Ldu^,»,tion. [ eto.. have been received, and the iollownuj ts a list of the sucoesKful eazididates.1- Goal mining- (Board of Education) higher examination passes.—William Thontas, Dd. Wiiiiam Davies, William John Jenkins, H Clement. Lower examination pass: J&mct. ilorg-iio. Mining (County Comtcil).—IY,, first cladis: Beajamta J. JSioot, lienry Thomas. Second C8: David William Davies. Third class; William John Jeu-kim, William] J'flo/sas. Stage lit., second cfaes: D. T. vrilliams, Jenlcin Edwards. Third class: Gwilym Davies, liobert Rees, H. Idris WLK Uams. Stage JL, secofid class: James Mor- g.i.jj. acd WjlliaoM. Mine surveyine iCwu.uty Oounoil).—Al- canoed, first das6: W. W. Samuel (top in county). H. Clement. W. 'Dhomas, Benjamin J. Koot, Dd. Williams, W. J. Jonkins, JdrÎr, I Williams, Henry Ihomas. Elementary, tvr.i class: D. Vv". La vies [toy in couafy.i, Ben 'Inoiuas. Applied mechanics (County Council).— Stage if., second class: Bon J. Noot. J. E. Jolies, D. W. Jones. StagO I., second elass: V. C. Davies. Third clans: H. Griffiths. Practical mechanics (County Council).— r-t,a-ke Hi.. Arst class: Ben. J. Noot. Third ¡ class: Fred iiugti Nicholas. Stage IT., third W. J. Jenkins. Stage 1., third class: Idris "Williams frteam (County Council).—State ii.: Lewie P. Davies. Electricity (County Council).—Stage II: Lewis P. Davies, I ( Machine drawinr; (County Count iD. [ Stage III., third claes: D W. Jones. Stage It ll„ SMond class: Samuel Jones. Stage 1-. sooond clafis: Aubrey Davies, Herbert W. lhomaj, W. T. Thoraae, W. Williams. Inorganic Chemistry (County Council). Stage 1L: First Williim Hopkin James and Joseph Thomas; second c'afis, ï. K. Green. A. LI. Morg-aji; ihiiii class, ] Wiltia.m Evans. 1. -llaird ciam, H. J. Bailey. French (County Council).—Stage 11.: X Seooud class, MÏtis C. K bollas. Mage 1.: t First cla-is, Beatrice jtl. ) eo e-econd eiaaf, 1 NQAh Jones, filizaoeth L. Bdwards; tttni 2 ct-fs, Jessie Hill, Geo. Ll. L<r»wwt. Welsh (County Council).—-Stage 111. Second class. Blodwen Williavns, Koiab Williamft. Stage 1.: Margaret l;«.vie.- 4 Book-keeping (Oountv Council).—Stogo Jirst dL\Æ.3: ChIbS. F. Pvole (second )1.1 county), B. Parker; tbii'd ciAoa, Ceorge ( Hopkins. St.age. 1:: Fiftrt claae, lierold c Madgo, David John livaus, D.yiiel Ewaxi. f tjvans, James (iwyn. T. Harold WilJiatns, Bossie Evans, Loouttft'd Itcilow^y; tecotid class, E. Atherelade, litnrya I. K Williaanl. Snlya Harry. Doris Trow, William Lvans; third ola»^, H. 1; D.ivios. Book-keeping (Itoyal Society of ArtA).- fi Stage II.; Second class, Chariew f. Poote and Benjamin Packer. Shorthand—Stage 111. 'speed): Seconl ela-as, Percital Foley (100 words, George Eopkina (as, words). David John Evans (85 words), StOgO II: First elasa. Bessie Lvana: second ola?. E. Victor Loy¡, o. S. iiav.- ford, Ethrys WLittAms. Sta?e 1. Fu?t, j class, William Ed. Evan*; second cla&'i. I "tlaryn ■Willi&mo, J., Brown, Cecil Gr?th!, Olive B''u? Daniel i,A-iLr6 'Emi3?o Rury. ¡f. Inorganic Chemistry (Board of Education) —Lowet eKanjination pa^sus: Ü. c. i^e. A. lilt Morgan, W. Hopkin James. R. K ¡ CotU.mc1"cl.1:1 Arithmftio Society oi Arte).—St-ag-o I. 1>. E. Evans and C. fi Poley. Conimprcial Correepon.der.ee (K-^yal Society of Arts).—Stage Second claw J. S. Bill Gilbert Wiliia^ms. H.indn ritins.- Be«s<>ie Evans, 0. H. Poley, F<mrce Willi* <?roc«rie«i, etc. (Groeej*' lnsititntioii.).— Seoond year; D. T. Daviea, 1. W. Morgan, First year: k. If. Thomas.
MUMBLES CYCLE SMASH- I William Thomas, of 77, Prince of Wales-road, Swansea, in company vrtth William Israo! Fleet-street, -Swaaiseu, went for a spin to the Mumbles on their bicycles, and returning homo about 7,30 p.m. on Tuesday #ot into difficulties near the Central. Cafe, Mumbles. It appears -that John .Williams, Xaút- y-Milwr Farm, Morriston, v.as driving his motor cycle in the direction of the Mumbles Pier, and "dashed into the bicycle ridden by Williftio Thomas, who enstauted injuries to his head, winch were attended to by Dr. De Covci?y Veala. WiUi?m? also sustaining slight injuries to his side. The front wheel of the bicycle was buckled up, but no damage WtM done to the motor cyde. After being attended to, Thomas was able to prœed home by train. Poljc?sor?oaut WiJIiaD? rcn' dered first aid. j
Lieutena.ntr Color el Ernest Martineau, whe is at present on duty with his battalion, 6th Boyal W.TJTWickalilre. has masmed the Lord Mayoralty of Birmingham, t, 8 he has volunteered for service abroad. Mr. John McOormaek has bought from D AbdulLv and Ox dWmitedV 100,000 oig&rettcs, of which 60,000 MD to be frenf to tbo Expe ditionary Force and 40,039 distributed among the wounded aoldiets in hoepitaJL 4
UIMM mil U U HHO ,J I ■MIIBlWllllI .1 > >11 IIM-I. H. G. R. vijup King and Country ??d? !JM!t?<?[?B <??t?!J?!Li!rsr!L!r"? ANOTHER 100,000 MEN WANTED | Lord Kitchener is mtich gratified with the response already made to the Appeal for additional men for His Majesty's Regular Army. In the grave National Emergency that now confronts the Empire he asks with renewed confidence that another 100,000 men will now come forward. TERMS OF SERVICE. (Extension of Age Limit). Age on enlistment 19 to 35, Ex-Soldiers up j to 45, and certain selected Rjt-Non-Com- missioned Officers up to 50. Height, 5 ft. 3 in. and upwards. Chest, 34 inches at least. Must be medically fit. j General service for the War. Men enlisting for the duration of the war will be able to claim their discharge with all convenient speed on conclusion of the War. I PAY AT ARMY RATES. Py?AAY ?T AAT *V AAR1TtM??Y ?J? RATES. < And Married Men or Widowers with Children will be accepted, and will draw Separation Allowance under Army con- diiilons.. HOW TO JOIN.-Men wishing to join should apply in person at any Military Barrack or at any Recruiting Office the address of the latter can be obtained from Post Offices or Labour Exchanges. God Save the King. l A<