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OWEN - S U TTO N JONES.-I

DRINK AT- SALES.-I

H ELDERLY ABERAVON STEEL-I…

! ILOUCHOR EISTEDDFOD.

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SKETTY NOTES.' I

I SAD AMMAN VALLEY 'FATALITY.…

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ISOLDIERS' WIVES TACKLE FARMERS.…

IJAIL FOR GIRL CIGARETTE I…

I BRILLIANT MORRISTON PIANISTE.…

'FERRY CHOIR'S KINDLY ACT.j

QORSEINON PRESENTATION. !

LATE MR. CEORCE WATERS, SINCLETON.

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LATE MR. CEORCE WATERS, SINCLETON. The funeral cf the late Mr. Geo. Waters, Swigs Cottage, Singleton, who met. with his death under such tyigic circumstances re- cently, took pl-I ce on Saturday at Bethel Welsh Chapel burial-ground, Sketty, where the Revs. D. O. Rees and Elias Joseph officiated. Deceased beg one of the oldest servants on the Vivian Estate and very much respected there were many /present. The principal -mourners were: Mrs. Waters (widow), Mr. and Mrs. Wiu, Waters (son and dauehter-in la.w). Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Waters (son and daugliter-iii-law). Alr. and Mrs. Edw-ard Griiffths (son-in-law and daughter), Mrs. Task or (daughter), Mr. and S. Waters, Manselton (brother and sister-in-law), Mr. A. Rosser (brother-in-law), Mr. Rosser (nephew), Mr. and Nfrr. J. Humphries (cousin), etc. Fel- low servants from Clyne Castle acted as bearers. Mr. Graham Griffiths. iDtUwyn- ..üad, carried out- the funeral arrangement?. Numerous floral tributes were received. L

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I TREASURY NOTES.

I MAN-POWER BOARD I

I MILK AND BUTTER. I

I-OCAL RAILWAYMEN HONOUR.J…

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L■^1 THREE "IT BOATS ! 1 I

CALLING UP THE ! TINPLATERS.…

JUST LIKE THE 600D OLD DAYS…

-WHAT -SEVEN MEN -HELD.I

NAILING THE -LIES. II

FOUND IN DITCH.

"KNOCKED THE KAISER DOWN !…

HELD THE -HILL.--

I SCORCHERS BEWARE! I.._-

! BADGED STEELWORKERS.

I NOTABLE WELSHMAN.

ILESS SUPPLIES.''

! THE II SOFT" ANSWER.