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I 4 NEW YEAR'S DAY AT ;I STUDTS. I ANOTHER JOYFUL TIME I  T SPENT. TRIBUTES M SWANSEA I -SWANS-EA Fhe Winter Gardet)? Strand. Swansea, v-?s the scene of joyful ;?imRtion on Monday afternoon (New Year-? Day), when, through the never-oe?aing generosity of Mr. Hy. Mudt and famiiy. lb- inmates of the Workhouse. and the cH:tren of the Cottage Homes, were given blie annual treat, to which they eagerly lock forward. Amongst those present, besides the entertainers, cMef of whom was Mr. Tewson (son-in-law of Mr. Hy. Studt.i, who, for the first time, had the arrangements in hand, were several mem- bers of the Board of- Guardians, including Messrs. H. C. Jeffries (chairman), W. Owen i (vice-chairman., G. ft Miohell (chairman, Cottage Homes Committee), Mrs. Kelly (vice- chairman. Cottage Homes Committee), I Messrs. Abe Freedmiiu (chairman, Work- house Visiting Committee), A. Bowen (vice- chairman. Workhouse Committee), T. A George, W. H. Thomas. Mrs. Gregory, Mr Morgans (Master of the Workhouse), Mr. Dav:es (Master of Cottage Homes), Dr. and Mrs. Creighton, Messrs. W. Rees and S. Johnson (Guardian offices), and Mr. J. Silence (Relieving Officer). Following h is nSIa I custom. Mr. Studt presented a number of Ixvks as prizes for tha best boys and girls from the Cottaze Ito-nes, in good conduct, p-ogresfc at school, and jn industrial and domest-'c training. Apnende-I- is the list of rrize-wintifrs:- Gir!s,CJara Doyle. Evelyn Griffiths, dith Stephens, Dolly Wallace, Masrgie Floyd. Dorothy SsIHtp. 1 ouisa Williams, E,I;fh Harris, Mary Huck'll. Marceretta, Beale, Lovisa Dewl:>, E-iali .Rhn. Boys.-—W'U;e F-It, Perov Rowntree, Alf--d Deane, Michael Owen"s, Edward Beale. Wm. Hill, Geo. Morgan, Morris Kane. l-elland Forest, John Stephens, Ivor Hughes, i Ernest Michell. The various Guardians ar'd visitors pre- sented the prizes, after which Mr. H. C. Jeffries moved the very best vote of thanks to Mr. Strdt and fam'ly. In d01n' so, he referred to the 'magnificent work dore by Mr. Studt for the PDO, of the town, and hoped the family would continue the good work in years to come. Mr. W. Owen (vice chairman of the Board) seconded, and Fa;d for over a quarter of a ?ir. Mr. Studt had brouht Joy into the hearts of the little ones of the Cottage Homes, and also to the in- mates of the Workhouse. It seemed to him that the event was* fretting better every year. Mr. Rtudt. int oducing something new on each occasion. His work was bu'lding up the young, so that Swansea oould be proud of its future citizens. Mr. Owen added, whiist he also remarked that Mr. Studt's family had been good to the whole of Swansea, and mentioned the efforts he had made on be- htJ If cf the Swansea Hospital. Others who spoke were Mr. Abe Freedman, frs, Kelly. Mr. Bowen, Mr. W. H. Thomas, an I Mrs. Gregory. The proposition was, then unanimously carried with acolamation. Mr. Hy. Studt. returning thanks on i-ehalf < t the family, said he was only too pleased to be allowed the privilege of entertaiiiii-g those who could not entertain theo: selves. and made mention of the splendid appear- anoe of the children of.the Cottage Homes, who were well olad. and spoke very nicely, ii-, said. (Applause.) The inmates and the children were then given innumerable rides upon the zoological roundabouts and the scenic railway, wlhilst. during the afternoon, buns. oranges, and sweets were distributed.

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