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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…

-.I BOXING AND -FOOTBALL.I…

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WAR OFFICE AND TINPLATERS.…

" RESERVED FOR FOREi MEN."

SWANSEA " DRUMMERS."

'ISWANSEA LADIES' CHOIR AT…

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SWANSEA LADIES' CHOIR AT MUMBLES. The Swansea Ladies- Choir (conducted by Madame Ben Thomas) gave the patients at Mumbles KovspitaJ a rare musical treat on .Friday evening. The proceedings opened with the singing of "HeuWlad fy Nhadau"' by the choir, whose beautifully blended voices were also heard to great advantag« in ."Bells of Aberdovev" and otlioJ choruses. The Misses Marks and Guppj and Messrs. Sid Jones and Ben Thomas gave it very pleasing rendering of thi "Royal Queen" quartette from Goti, doiiers." and songs were given by Mis* Ethel Tollick, Miss Olive Bowen, )ti.. Jennie Marks, Miss Gwen Guilleret. Mis, B. Thoone, and Messrs. Sidney Jones anc Ben Thomas. Mi\-Ceinwen Thomas showo marked ability with a couple of viol if1 solos, and the ladies would not he content until Private Sraedlev (The Knut) gave on' or his comic songs. Madame Ben Tjiomiv", accompanied throughout. Mr. C. P. BellI in proposing a vote of thanks to the chair- man (Capt. James), mentioned that that gentleman would be leaving for other dut es oil Monday, and expressed the grati- tude of the hospital staff for his ever-ready and willing services. Capt. James suit- ably responded, and the evening concluded with the singing of the National Anthem. At a whist drive, given by the Misses Ball on Friday, the following players were tuc- cessful in winning prizes :—l^i-, Private F. Wright (186); 2nd. Corpor.11 W. Reav \1(5), consolation, Private T. H. Thomas (143). Miss Ciertrr.de Eva was rcsf>ousib]r for the