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SWANSEA COLLIERYI SENSATION.

AMERICANS HOPELESSLY BEATEN.

"FUNNY PLACE TO GO."

NO "PACK" FOR THE PACKMAN.

SWANSEA SOLICITORS,I FATHER.

LABOUR AT THE'I -DOCKS.

IWAS INSIDE THE ENGINE.

! WORTHY SON OF WORTHY I__"FATHER.II

CURRENT FOR HARBOURi ! TRUST.…

? ,PERFECT - MYSTERY," -…

POPULAR AT -PLASMARL. 1

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" ASK FOR F-f HEM." 1

FINE SHOW OF I FEA frl t.…

TRAGEDY OF A TRAiN| WRECK.…

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.I MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES.,…

! NEATH COUNCIL; AND ! ! i.L.P.

PREMIER AND " S.T." !

" SERIOUS POSITION." I i

BAREFOOTED SWANSEA STREETI…

i LATE MR. 0. H. JONES.

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i LATE MR. 0. H. JONES. SWANSEA HOME OFFICE ENQUIRY. Taking his gea,t a-t tile Home Office inqlúry I at Swansea on Iriday, Mr. J vo. Bowen, K.C. (Kecorder of Swansea), alluded, with deep regret, to the death of IJr. 0. H. Jones, chairman of the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions, I and said thfi-t the county had lost a very in- dependent and honest publi. 4erVaDt. Mr ?. dependent, N-ilticr6 Meager (on behalf of the j Bar) said that having had the opportunity of seeing the skill with which the late Mr. 0. H. Jones administered justice in the court, he wished to jam in the learned Recorder's remarks as to the very severe loss the county had sustained.

MR. JOHN DYER'S NEW YEAR'S…

I [ LIEUT. H. LEES RANDELL.…

THE DAILY TOLL.

DEMURRAGE DIFFI* CULTY.

SOLDIERS -LITTLE ONE

RAN INTO SERGEANT'S ARrlS.

FRENCH ADMIRALTY NAil HUN…

STEALINC COAL AT SWANSEA.'

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