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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..-

■■•> . REES-BOWEN.I

IEX-LLANELLY FORWARDS -EXEMPTION.I

IBIG AUDIENCE AT COWER CONCERT.

WHEN A BICYCLE IS NOT AI NECESSITY.

153 MISSING.I

BULGAR LINE CUT

|LOST HIS TEMPER. I

i..REFUSINGTOOBEY."1 "REFUSING…

CARD-PLAYINC IN WORK-TIME,…

————————I QUICK. WORK ! .!

I ! FORMER SWANSEA VICAR S…

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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." [

SELOUS KILLED.

= - ......' CHILDREN OF -OUR…

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= CHILDREN OF -OUR DEAD HEROES. SPEND AN ENJOYABLE I AFTERNOON. CONCERT AND TEA AT I CENTRAL HALL. About 400 children assembled at the Cen- tral Hal], Swansea, on Friday afternoon, when they were entertained by the com- mittee of the 6th Welsh Comforts Fund to a tea .and a variety programme arranged jointly by the Fund Committee and. Mr. G. H. Richardson (manager of the Swan- sea Empire), \vhich^preceded it. Ir. H. Stanley Cook, as chairman, after briefly addressing the children, called upon Master Freddy Warner (son of Mr. Larry Warner, Globe, Clydach), who gave a song and dance in quite professional style. Miss May Jaokson also contributed a. song and dajtce. Mr. Cyril Steele gave a. conjuring ex- iribition, and the children much enjoyed an ¡.et entitled "The Homecoming," by Mr. Tom Owen, assisted by his two clever daughters. Master Harold Steele gave a sung entitled Territorials." During the partaking of tea the Swansea Telegraph Messenger Band played selections, and the following ladies assisted with the catering Mesdames A. P. Higham, J. D. Williams. C. T. Rut-hen, F. Stephens, Karris, Simmons, G. Dorrell, Cunniffe, Denny, J. Davies. Nicholas, Merriman, G. Gierre, Cordon Davies. Morris, Gibbs, Evans, Ham, G. Edwards, Griffiths, Peters, Coles, Hill, Chazzlewitch, Tooze, Knift, Couch, Stan Davies, Thomas, and Misses Freda Thomas, Westlake, Harries, Ruthen, The Mayor (Aid. David Davies). address- ing the children, expressed his pleasure at being there to see that the soldiers' children uf Swansea were not forgotten — the children of men who had given their lives for their country. It was a. great loss and a great grief to them tha.t their fathers had gone, but when they grew up they would be proud to know that they were the children of men who had sacri- i ticed their lives for the country's cause. He was confi dent t ha t each child present that afternoon would grow up the better for the knowledge that they were the sons and daughters of brave men. He wished them all a very enjoyable time. Lusty cheers were then accorded the Mayor, and the chairma.n wished him a Happy and Prosperous New Year of office.

-.I BOXING AND -FOOTBALL.I…

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WAR OFFICE AND TINPLATERS.…

" RESERVED FOR FOREi MEN."

SWANSEA " DRUMMERS."

'ISWANSEA LADIES' CHOIR AT…