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DOCKS IMMORALITY. I

CHOSEN BY -CPMRADES,I

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Y.M.C.A. WORK. I I

CUT OFF BY THE TIDE. I

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ISHARES IN MONEY I SOCIETY.

QUEER STORY OF A FORGOTTEN…

SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS.I

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SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. Ratepayers Complain to Watch I Committee. At Tuesday's meeting of The Swansea Watch Committee a letter was read from the secretary of the Sketty Ratepayers' A- sociation (Mr. Squires) complaining of the nuisance caused at Sketty by the crying of newspapers on Sundays Mr. E. G. Protheroo said as long as they did not call out during cTiurch and chapel hours they could do what they liked ct other times. The Chief Constable faid he had taken steps in accordance. with the instructions oi the Committee some months ago. Pro- ceedings were not to be taken except in cases whera the youngsters were under 16 years oi age, and these were to be proceeded against for street trading on Sunday. They were sorry sometimes to take proceedings because the parents bad to suffer. Mr. D. Matthews: The police have instruc- tions to prevent boys shouting in front of churches and chapels. The Chief Constable: Yes. I -fhft.Cl.srk was, instructed to t that teiffact to Mr. Squires' letter, '.1 (,f(..o3f'.I .t.ipM—i rn<

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DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN VALLEYI…

A WORKERS' PARADISE. I

THE MONS ANGELS.I

A REMOTE IRISH CAMP. I

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IAN ATTACK AT DAWN. --0-

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"HAMLET" AT THE FRONT! I

COLONEL OF SIXTH WELSH PR0.UDI…

LOSSES OF LIPTON'S (LIMITED).I

UNDESIRABLE VISITORS.

UNCOMPROMISING ANTAGONISM.

LAST OF A FAMOUS YACHT.

A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

PURCHASE OF A BUSINESS.

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