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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

SWANSEA AND DISTRICT " C.E."I…

SINGLETON ALLOTMENTS ASSOCIA!-TION.-.…

HAIRDRESSERS AND I "TAWE LODGE."

ITHREE SWANSEA INOU-ES,T-S..-

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IEX-LLANELLY FORWARDS -EXEMPTION.I

IBIG AUDIENCE AT COWER CONCERT.

WHEN A BICYCLE IS NOT AI NECESSITY.

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BULGAR LINE CUT

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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,

I "DAIY POST" MAN'S "SIT"…

"BE BRITISH." [

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"BE BRITISH." [ SWANSEA BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB. ENJOYABLE FIRST ANNUAL I FUNCTION. I A large number of the members of the Baptist Well Boys' and Girls' Club were pre- sent at a pleasing function held at the Gros- venor Hotel. Swansea, on Saturday night. Amongst those present were Councillor W. Morris**president). Mr. Oeorge Codd (secre- tary), Councillors Howells and P. Molyneux and Mr. W. Mainwaring. An excellent sup- per wa.' partaken of after which an enjoyable programme, provided by Mr. Alf Thomas (Swansea's "Own" comedian) was given. Musical selections on t.he banjo and mando- line were ablv rendered by Messrs. East and Murton, whiLt little Miss Iris Thomas gave of her best. Mr. James and Master Lennox Morris sang some well-known songs. The star of the evening was, -of course, Alf." whose conception of the Farmer's Boy" was highly amusing. The Chairman said lie was glad to see so many members of the ciub there. They thought of making the function (which was the first) an annual one. He spoke of the boys out in France and their natural sport- ing instinct, which was characteristic of every British boy. The dutv of the club was to instil this sporting instinct into the boys and girls as much as it could. Every- thing was provided for games. He asked the boy.s to keep together as much as possible. Mr. George Codd (secretary) said the finan- cial position of the club was very 'satisfac- tory, thanks to Mr. MaJnwaring, their en- terprising supporter. Councillor Molyneux, a, staunch supporter of the club, said he hoped they would all grow up "British" bovs and stick to sport and play the game. He promised them two new air-guns in the near future. (Loud applause. ) A vote of thanks was given ta Mr. Alf Thomas for providing such an exceHent- pro- gra.mme and Mr. Thomas suitably responded. Councillor T. Howells seconded, and alter a few words by Mr. Mainwaring an enjoy- able evening came to a close with t-li- sing- ing of "God Save the King."

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WAR OFFICE AND TINPLATERS.…

" RESERVED FOR FOREi MEN."

SWANSEA " DRUMMERS."

'ISWANSEA LADIES' CHOIR AT…