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;MRS. CORNWALLIS-I WEST. I

HANDS ACROSS THE SEAS.

THRIFTY SWANSEA. I

.DUKE OF BEAUFORT'S ACCIDENT.…

FUNERAL OF A DOCKSMAN S WIFE.…

.CLEVER BONYMAEN BOYS. I

SWANSEA MOTORISTS ADVENTUREI

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WELL-DRESSED i !WOMAN'S BODY.…

! SKETTY MAKES, AI !START.

.BRAVO! "BRUCE."

LADY MARKHAM LAMP

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'COMPLETE SUCCESS'I

- - - -KAISER TO HIS FIGHTERS.

SKETTY VOLUNTEERS,

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides
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SKETTY VOLUNTEERS, I PRESENTATION OF SHOOTING! PRIZES. I HAPPY RELATIONS BETWEEN OFFICERS AND MEN. I I Sketty Church Hall was well filled with Volunteers and their civilian friends on Thursday evening, to witness the presenta- tion of shooting prizes to the members of Sketty "D" Company, and also to take part in a smoking concert. Capt. C. E. Poole presided. and was supported by Major Bertie Perkins, Lieut. Harold Per- kins, Second-Lieutenants S. Gemmell and H. A. Ellis. Capt. C. E. Pocle distributed the handsome prizes a-s follows Xmas shoot.—Pte. R. H. Oughton, Lieut. H. Perkins, Privates A. J. Bei-iiiett. N. G. Savours, R. Chambers, I. John. Team shoot.—Sergt. S. Joslyn, Sergt. J. H. Morgan, Corpl. F. R. Hatton, Corpl. E. H. Perkins, Pte. H. B. Jones. Medals, etc.—Sergt. J. H..M organ Bell, medal "Tlegraph" certiticate; Private H. B. Jones, Roberts' Medal; C..S.-M, A. T. Owyn, "Exprent Medal; Sergt. S. Joslyn, "Daily :\Iail' Certificate; Sergt. Pwerry- house and Section 1. rose bowl, for 60 per cent. of all possible marks for October, November and December. Major Perkins congratulated Sketty Com- pany on the keenness of its officers. N.C'.O.'s and men. in spite of adverse circumstances their attendance at range, drill, and lectures was worthy of all commendation. Somo topical verses by CorpL E. S. Chap- man gave much amusement, and afterwards Lance-Corpi. Capper, assisted by Mrs. Crapper, .Miss Hannah Davip? and Miss R?veL handed round light refreshments. Corpl. E. L. Thomas thn made a surprise presentation of wallet, etc., to Corpl. E. S. Chapman. Selections were given bv the band; piano duett played by Misses E. Creber and Mildred Edwards, and soiigs by Miss Dorothy Hatton, Lieutenants H. A. Ellis and Harold Perkins. Privates J. H. Barrie, W. G. Foy and W. G. Morgan; quartette by Mr. Jones and party; recita- tions by Pte. A. L. Morgan, and mono- logues by Private G. Wheatcroft. | Corpl. E. L. Thomas spoke of the good relations existing between officers and men ia their company. They were proud of their officers. Each officer had made himself an expert in some branch or other. Captain C. E. Poole, in response, said that the officers appreciated their responsibility, and were doing their best with the definite object of preparing the Volunteers for any service they might be called upon to do. He was pleased to record the following promotions: Sergeants. F. W. Dwerryhouse, S. Joslyn and J. Robinson, to Platoons 13. 14 and 1& rci-pectilvely; Corp!. E. L. Thomas to be sergeant Lance-Corpl F. Mailley, Privates H. B. Jones and C. Clement to be cor- porals. and Private P. A. Grant to be cor- poral. An enjoyable, evening closed with the singing of the National Anthem, after Lieut, j Harold Perkins had thanked the chairman, artistes and caterer. SKETTY SHOOTINC CHAMPIONS. Much interest was taken in the elioot at Hafoo l'angs on Saturday evening between Sketty "D" Co. and Rugby "A'' Co., who Irad tied in the inter-company competition. jast completed, for chief place :.md to decide which company was to hold the silver bowl. As predicted, the former com- pany' confidence was justified, us the i?sue from start ? finish was not in doubt, and they came out ch?mpion? with the margm of 67 poiu? to epdre. Scores:— Sketty "D" C-oinpaii.),I-I. R. Jones 74, I F. J. Morgan 76, A. T. Gwyn 83, H. A. Ellis 88. H. R. Hatton 75. E. H. Perkins 71. R. J. Smale 81. F. W. Dwerryhouse 80, J. H. Morgan 80, S. Joslyn 77, E. S. Chapman 92 total, 882. 92 total, "A" Compan:E. A. Tyier 77, Rugbv H. J. Wilhaans 56, C. P. Ha.u)? 75, W. Morgan 73, W. Williams 70, F. Reed 72. H. G. Rees 84, E. D. Rees 71, H. C. Dodd I 81, E. J. Thomas 79, W. O. Daysou 77; total. 815.

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SWANSEA " DRUMMERS."

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