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iFROrv1 THE REFUGEES' ; COMMITTEE.…

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iFROrv1 THE REFUGEES' COMMITTEE. PLEASING PRESENTATION TO THE MAYOR. An interesting little presentation was on Tuesday made to the Mayor, Mr. F. E. Tuh- ,A. the Belgian Refugees' Committee, stating that the Bê]- giaivs ui .Swansfrv desired to mitke Aldei-man, David Davi^ "small present to mark their j appreciation of all his great kindness to them. They recollected, he said, how the Mayor so hospitably received them when first they had come to Swansea, and how loyally he, had always stood by them since that time, and they felt that so long as the Mayor was chairman of the Refugees' Committee their future comfort was assured. (Hear, hear.) i 1. Lucien Dioi'd, on behalf of the refugees, then asked the Mayor's ao::epta,I1<:6 of a meerschaum pipe and case as a. token, he said, of the great work Alderman David Davies had done for them. Th.e Mayor, in returning thanks, said he very much appreciated the little, gift. and then referrin.g to the presentation to his son observed that he shared with him and h;s daughter-in-law the joy they had ex- perienced, because he realii-ed the gift was the expression of goodwHl on the part of the people of Swansea. (Hear, hear.) t "Daily Post" War Prisoners' Fund. Alderman Ben Jones, who presided over this little function, took the opportunity- of making an appeal for the "Daif v* Post" War Prisoners' Fund. He said he was am-'ijed when Mr. John Jones, the mapager told him that £6,000 had been collected and over 12,000 parcels sent to the. war prisoners, who, but for those gifts of food, etc., must have perished. (Hear, hear.) ■ 1 ■*

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