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SWANSEA HOUSEWIVES' .COAL.

POPULAR AT WAUNWEN. I

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IFOR VICTORY.

IHIS FATHER'S BIBLE ON HIM.,

POTASH " AND CO. IN NEW ROLE…

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RAID IN THE SNOW, I .

!THE DAILY -TOLL._I

SEED POTATOES CHEAP.I

I SWANSEA VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL.

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RUMANIA 1

"EXCELLENT BOYS."I

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"EXCELLENT BOYS." I I. I I  SWANSEA CORPORATION'S RESOLUTION. WORTHY SONS OF PROUD FATHERS. At Swansea Council on Wednesday Mr. Molyneux moved That this Council records its high appreciation of the fact! that Capt. D. Percy Davies has recently been mentioned in dispatches for con- spicuous and gallant conduct, and hereby extends to the' Mayor. heartfelt congratu- lations upon the noble achievement won by his son." They ali felt delighted that the Mayor's son had been such a credit to his country, and felt that the fact should 'I oe recorded in the minutes of the Cor- poration. He proposed a similar resolu- tion in regard to Capt. A. Sinclair, son of Councillor Sinclair, Capt. Lyndon Protheroe, son of Councillor E. G. Protherce, and Oapt. Gladstone Davies, the Corporation veterinary inspector, who had also been mentioned. Col. Sinclair, he observed, was absolutely de- lighted with the honour secured by his son, jvho had rendered excellent services to his country, whilst of Councillor Protheroe's son they all knew what a. brilliant boy he was. (Hear, hear.) Aid. iv-errells seconded, and said that All three were excellent boys, both in civil and military life, and he wat sure the fathers were much gratified with the distinctions gained. (Hear, hear.) The resolutions ware carried with accla- mation. The Mayor said he was $orry that neither Col. Sinclair nor Mr. Protheros was present, because he vkTas sure they would have been delighted \ith snch a graceful act. As fathers they were very proud that the boys had made good. Apart from their own boys, he thought he oould say that all the other boys had done magnificently, and thousands had done ag good and perhaps better deeds than those referred to in dis. patches.. As fathers they were extremely proud of their boys. (Applause.)

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!BRITISH TROOP' TRAIN WRECKED.

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