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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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"WE SWANSEA GIRLS."j

SWANSEA t SHEPHERDS.

I OYER MILLION AND A HALF.…

I SWANSEA WOMEN WORKERS. I

LOUCHOR PRESENTATION. - !

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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.

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SKETTY NOTES. A unique service was held in English Oon- g.'egatioiial Chapel, tiketty, on Suada,v even* ing. when the pastor, Rev. Llias Joseph, in place of the iisual sermon, read a, large number of interesting letters he had received1 from lads at the front belonging to that plaoe of worship thanking the congregation f'T the Chrstinas parcels sent them; also ft oomimiaication from the Prime Minister, acknowledging Mr. Joseph's warm message of congratulation and encouragement on his appointment, and for sending him a copy of his hymn, la Time of War." The wounded in P;,ro Wern Hospital greatlv appreciated the line choruses by the Mamiesmann Male Voice Party, to whioh. Idr. Elwyn Dauiel played the accompam- monta, and also played a seleotion and en- gtd in a pianoforte duet with Mias Muriel Williams. This young lady' drew a S'ood bow in violin srvios, and Miseee M, M. Thomas and Clement, and Meesi-B. D. J. Morris, L. Edmunde, D. J. Dixon, and M. Bquires assisted with songs. A quiet wedding was solemnised by the i Rev. Elias Jcsoph in English Congregational Church, ketty. on Monday, between Miss Catherine Bevan, 1, Kildeg Cottage, Sketty. ar.d Mr. Samuel Abraham, of Talywain, and formerly of Swansea.

;,. SWANSEA COOK'S LOST TICKET.

RESPECTED AT " VIVIAN'S."