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RUM UNDER BED. 1 I

..-.-: I UNSPEAKABLE TURK.…

-_._..-I LLANDYSSUL MAN WOUNDED…

INJURED SWANSEA -MAN -RECEIVESit,…

0 0 "':';' ð " "O?T OF OMS?."…

LLANSTEPHAN SA -"R KEEPSI…

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PRESENTATION TO SWANSEA I…

POPULAR SCHOOLMASTER. I

NEW WELSH TENOR. I

I NAVIGATION.

_.. - - - -REGISTRAR'S WARNING…

- - - - FRED BATEMAN DEAD.

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THE INVASION OF BRITAIN.

A SUITE OF FURNITURE. I

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A SUITE OF FURNITURE. I I At the Swansea Bankruptcy Conrt, before the Registrar (Mr. Frank P. Charles), Evan Williams, hay and corn merchant, of the Arches. St. Thomas, ap- peared for his adjourned examination. In reply to Mr. C. H. Newcombe, who appeared for the trustee, debtor eaid he sold a horse for Y,40, but he did not then arrange that the animal should be sent to a relative's farm, Scurlidge Castle, Gower, Debtor was several times questioned as to the whereabouts of a suite of Chester- field furniture he purchased from Messrs. Jacobs for 4:17 IUs" in 1912. lie said he did not know where it was to-day, though he knew it was moved from his house in Maekworth-terraoe. Mr. Newcombe: I suggest it is at Corner House Farm, Killay, your mother's place ?—No. Debtor also denied that on one occasion he was moving furniture at half past four in the morning. The Official Receiver and the Registrar also taxed debtor as to the disappearance of the Chesterfield suite, and he persisted that he had notning to do with its re- moval, nor couJd hI;) say who removed it. The Official Receiver: Was it stolen? (Laughter). Debtor: No, sir. Tiie Official Receiver applied for a fur- ther adjournment to clear up this point, and it was granted. Mr. Edward Harris appeared for L debtor,

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jCLERKS AND RECRUITING. ,…

-I DEATH OF A LLANELLY SOLICITOR.…

BOARD OF TRADE AND A SWANSEAI…

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