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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…

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I A DASTARDLY DEED.

DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN VALLEYI…

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DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN VALLEY I COALOWNER. The death took place at his residence at The Darren. Trebanos, on Tuesday, of Mr. William Bowen, colliery proprietor, of the firm of Messrs. Bowen and Bevan. The deceased who was 7t; years of age, was a popular figure in Swansea and the Valley, where he had a host of friends, and was better known as "Captain" Bowen. He had been in poor health for I some months past, but paralysis even- tually set in. Mr. William Bowen. I A few years ag.) he celebrated his golden wedding. Deceased commenced life in most humble surroundings, but through his shrewdness and perseverance he succeeded in working his way on to the position of colliery proprietor. He was a keen sportsman, and was a faithful member of the Gellionen Sheep Dog Trials Committee, of which he had acted as chairman. The funeral takes place on Saturday at 3.30 p.m. for Gellionen.

A WORKERS' PARADISE. I

THE MONS ANGELS.I

A REMOTE IRISH CAMP. I

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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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