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BRITAIN S SEA FORCES

STRUCK OFF REGISTER.

DROWNED IN THE DOCK. I

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HEALTH HINTS. "Summer-tinle"…

V.T.C. ORDERS.i

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A SUDAN SULTAN.I

" DOWN WITH -THE KAISER."I

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PRESIDENT S THORNY PATH.

TO RESTORE THE EYESICHT

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ISWANSEA.

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I SWANSEA. The Parks Superintendent is experienc- ing a diiffculty in patting a swimming in- structor for the Morriston Baths. Mr. R. W. Beor, the jremal and ever- youthful steward of t.lw lamr-t Court. has tlnee soand one eon-ill-law serving ir. tlie Forces A correspondent r.as f oo^r-p.sted n of twopence all inch on ladies' high heels, And tliic, he say?, "would bring; iD a fewm.ill")ns." Anything e.I5CII An old sa l* gives the following as an unfailing weather forecast. If Jvilvey ttill be misty it surely will rain. If the hill be rle-ar be fine again. A Swansea poultry-keeper avers thaf he poese^seg a phenomenon. He positively .states that he has a ben bird that crows every morning similar to a cock bird. A number of Mumbles Indiee who en- tertain wounded w>ldiere arc having then i ciorpiet iavi--o.s done up, the game is very popular anions: the invalided soldiers. A lady who canvassed one of the streets in Brynmill on behalf of the local Y.M.C.A. Hut expressed hereelf laé evpning as delighted with the retult of her labours. Now that the wallflower bed in the Victoria Park have been shorn of their glory, fit- public look forward to the re-appearance of that ever-popular at- traction, the floral clock. Fine weather is our greatest, enemy," observed » local cinema manager. Of r'" ui-eo, Iw wa. speaking from a buf.i ne.4ji point of view. Another instance of one man's food is another man's pcis-on." The man who welll iDto the country to hear the mellifluous notes of the cuckoo on Friday evening, declares that nothing more musical readied his ears than the ofcasioual braying of an aes. This is quite vossihle: Sir John Llewelyn, whose 80th birthday was celebrated yesterday, and a sketch of whose career appeared in the Leader," once declared that one of the happiest moments of his life was when his gion hit up a century in a match at Oxford. Few would suspect Miss Dilhvyn of be- ing over 70. but, slip made the admission at .?uniMes Court Leet last night, and I dRc!ared that had sh? been youD?pr she would certainly havezotie. in for munition work. One of the best items of news this morn- ing from the point of view of the very many married Derby" recruits in the town and district was the announcement that tbe calling up of their groups, which was expected to take effect on Monday, had been deferred The maaW of the steamship Wisley. which lizis beeo on fire, is a brother to Mr. C. T. Ruthen. and the third engineer is Mr. Willie Owen, eldest son of Conn. i 11 iam Own, Latent reports c-lin7; iliat the vessel ha." been heached. and that all the crew are wife. A military motor lorry proceeding down Wind-street on Friday carried as a mascot a formidable-looking brindle bulldog, who was seated on the chassis of the car. A j determined-looking soldier to ensure the dog's safety meanwhile kept a strangle hold on its tail. Among the trophies brought to Swansea from the Soudan by Mr. J. Doherfy. Assistant Superintendent of Police at Chu- dii rlian. are two murderous looking Soudanese knives. One of these has a history which brother Bill can relate with dramatic effect. The m.irnage arranged between I);, Gilbert Humphry, oi Abergavenny, and Kathleen, yo'in&est daughter of Mr. Wil- liam Rees, of Pendar-^n. Cru-khowell, and Maefcyffynon. Aberdare, will tako place very quietly on the 24th of June at Llaiigenny Church, Brecons'ure. A vpai- ago to-day—May 27. 1915—H.M.f?. Majestic was torpedoed. There were some Swansea men amongst the crew of the famous battleship. It. is als;> the anni- versary of the blowing up of the Princess Irene, while yesterday was the anniver- sary of the loiSS of the Triumph. The Rev. W. E. Prytherch. of Trinity Chapel. Park-street, Swansea—the Star of the I"olli-il "wlt; a-,Rill one of the preachers at the Welsh Ca'.vinistic Metho- dist General Assembly, whose annual meetings were, held at Colwyn Bay. Only the big guns of the" CorpIt are al- lowed to be in action on this big day in W<?lsh Methodism. The Independent Order of Foresters of Canada will hold their triennial high ses- sions at Tenby this year, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 27th, 2Sth and 29th of June. The Mayor and Deputy- Mayor of Tenby will give a welcome to the hi?h ofnc-crs and delegates. The ses- sions will be bcld in the Council Cham- ber. The offi,-er, ? from Court Panty- gwvdr, Swansea are Dr. Urban Marks, C.P.. and Mr. Harry Williams, C.K. After a lapse of two years owing to the war. the Swansea Grammar School Athletic Sports are to be revived. The date fixed is Thursday. June 8th. at St. Helen's. Contrary to the usual custom, a small charge for admission is to be made and the proceeds will he given to the Mayor's War Fund. We understand that I the bovs are <*ompeting without the usual prizes, but a souvenir war certificate will be awarded instead. An event for wounded j soldiers is included in the programme, for which three prize* are offered.

MUMBLES. .!

KIDWELLY.I

I PONTARDULAIS.

I BRYNCOCH.i

IAMMANFORD. :!

I -- -LLANDOVERY.I

I"CROSS HANDS.

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GORSEINON. -|

-I I.MORRISTON. II

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EXPLORER'S DEATH.

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ICARMARTHEN.!