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OUR TERMS. !

WELL-KNOWN AT MORRISTON.

SWANSEA SWEDE. !

DIED WHILST DANCING. I

NORTON'S AID FOR WOUNDED.…

COSHER WHO DESERTED HIS 'II…

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OUR HUGE VICTORY ,LOAN.

TEACHER'S CCMM!88iOM. I

FOR COWER 'TOMMtES.' I

I DID. HIS DUTY-PART!- : IALLY.

ISEPARATION ALLOW- ! -ANCES.…

CHART'ERING FOREIGN SH!P§.

GOWIR'S M.P. -I

I HALL UNDER 31." I

DWMLLYMFELL RETIREMENT. -!

FORMER EAST 8JDE GROCER'S11…

ABSENTEE SWANSEA DEFEN.I DAMTS..-

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:OAKS FROM VERDUN I

ON ST. DAV!D'S DAY. I

UNDER THE LOWER LLIW. !

MOTHERS' SOLE SUPPORT.i

HOME ON LEAVE.I

DEVELOPMENTS AT COPPER PIT.…

J S!NGLE MEN FtRST.I

I "THE SRON K!NG." I

'ANTHRACtTE AT PEACEI t PRICES.

WOMEN WAR WORKERS.;

I CORSEINON DEATHS. I

i -SOM -OF SWA-NSE-A- SK!PPER.I

ICORSEtNON CHCtR AT ' TAWE…

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CORSEtNON CHCtR AT TAWE LODGE.' 'I The Gorseinon Ma)o Voice Party, I under the conductorship of Prof. W. J. I Bowen, gave a concert to the inmates of j'Tawe Lodge," Swansea. Although the Party wore short of their usual number, they gave a good account of themselves. They were assisted by the following talented artistes:—Soprano, Miss Girths; contralto, Miss John, tenor, Mr. Dan. Winch; baritones. Messrs. Frpd. WiHcocks and Reet} WaUers; bass, Mr. W. Joukins, duet, Miss GrifRths and Mr. W. Davies; violin solo, Mr. Tom Parry; racitation, Mr. Joe Eva-us; accompanists. Prof. W. J. Bowen and Mr. J. T. Jones. Mr. D. W. Davies (chairman of the Party), in responding to the vote of thanks, which was moved by Mr. G. S. Mitchcll (Guardian), said that the Party had sung before many a gathering from time to time, hut not to a more appreciative one than the inmates of Tawe Lodge" had proved themselves to be, and hoped to pay another visit in tha near future. Councillor Wm. Evans CLIanerch) niled the chair admirably.

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MAMV MEN

CHEERING UP THE "TOMMtES,"

" LONE PINE" TO MOUQUET FARM.

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