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POPULAR SWANSEA OFFICER.I

FROM CHAPEL' TO HOTEL. I

CWMBWRLA PRESENTATION. '

JUNIOR RUCBY AT ST. HELEN…

ABERPERCWM BANKSMAN'SI DEATH.

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PAIR OF PEARL EARRINGS.

I I THE " OLD ORDER i ICHANGETH."

i IDELICHTFUL TIME AT DANYCOED.

I PATI- ENTF v. ORDERLIES.…

LOCAL SHIP SALES. I

PLOUGHING ON! SUNDAYS.-j

SERVING WOUNDED'' S'OLDJERS.

BOYS OF BONYMAEN.I

I.SHOOTINC AT SWANSEA. I

ICHAIRMAN AND ! MANAGER. i

! LATE LIEUTENANT1 FORTUNE.…

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LATE LIEUTENANT 1 FORTUNE. I SWANSEA OFFICER WHO FELLI IN MESOPOTAMIA. j Official information has been ree e, v ed from the War Office confirming the death of Lieut. Fortune, killed in a.dioa in ?eso- ??' potamia on Wednesday last. He was the eldest son of Mr. W. R. Fortune district superintendent's office, G.W.K., Swansea, He was 21 years of uce, and obtained his commission in May, 1915. He was attached to the machme-gun corps, W elfii Regi- Late Lieut. Fortune. « ment, in February, 1916, and left for eso- potamia in October 1916. He was educated at the Municipal Secon- dary School and Sw%neea Technical School. Prior tJ enlisting he held a clerical appoint- ment under the G.W.R. at Swansea. He was a. staunch member of Mou lit Pleasant Chapel, a Sunday school teacher also a member of Dr. Thomas's Choir, and ieaat-ified with the x.M.C.A. m^venient at ON NIS SECOND DAY. Lieut. R. L. Morgan's Untimely End. ■ • Second-Lieut. Ralpli Lewis Morgan, of Newton, who was killed in France on January 14th last, was a brother-in-law of Mr. H. F. Ellis, architect. Fisher-street, Swansea. A friend received a letter from an officer-brother stating that Lieut. Morgan was in the same company, and that lit: had only been in the firing line two days when deceased was killed by a shell. De"eased returned from the Straits Settlements in August, 1915, to serve. He went to the O.T.?..Berkham&tead,and got hi" ('ommi5ion in December in the Special Reserve Welsh Regiment,,where he re- mained as musketry officer of his battalion until he went to France on December 6th, 1916. He has two brothers in France. — ■■

PRICES OF POTATOES. j

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—,.j| SWANSEA COMPENSATION…

I ! 469 VICTIMS i :469 VICTIMS…

"WE SWANSEA GIRLS."j

SWANSEA t SHEPHERDS.

I OYER MILLION AND A HALF.…

I SWANSEA WOMEN WORKERS. I

LOUCHOR PRESENTATION. - !

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GALLANT ACT.

MR. COUTTS'S GOOD-BYE. i I

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1 OFFICER AS GOOD SAMARITAN.

SWANSEA JEWISH-' EFFORT.

I I AGENT TO MADAME PATTI.…

SKETTY NOTES.

;,. SWANSEA COOK'S LOST TICKET.

RESPECTED AT " VIVIAN'S."