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It LADS OF 18

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.…

PRICES OF POTATOES. j

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—,.j| SWANSEA COMPENSATION…

I ! 469 VICTIMS i :469 VICTIMS…

"WE SWANSEA GIRLS."j

SWANSEA t SHEPHERDS.

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SWANSEA t SHEPHERDS. Annual Meeting: Election of Delegates. At the annual meeting of Swansea United District of the Loyal ,rde;r of Apcient Shepherds, the District Chief (Mr. D. J. Thomas, Morrif-ton) presided. The following were elected to represent the district at the annual meeting of the Order at Dunfermline: Messrs. D. J. Thomas (Morriston), J. H. Cole (Neath Abbey), Rees Gwylim (Pontardawe), L. E. Evans (Gorpeinon), and R. John (Morr:s ton). Mr. W. E. Francis l(CwnbwrU) was elected Chief of the District, and Council- lor John Morris (Neath) Deputy Chief. A grant was made to the family of a member in distress. The District Secretary (Coun. R. Buck- land) presented his annual report, which showed the progress of the lodge during the pa.st twelve months. The membership was 4,500, and £ 295 was paid in death ciaiiYis A movement is on foot to push forward the juvenile section. Mr. S. R. Marsh, Cardiff, a member of the Executive, and Mr. J. C. Rowe, Neath, addressed the gathering.

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."