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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

I A DASTARDLY DEED.

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.

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UNDESIRABLE VISITORS. Mumbles Police Force have the dis- tinction of holding a remarkably fine patriotic record, 16 of the men having from time to time joined the Army since the commencement of the war. At pres- ent, Inspector Davies has only 'one ser- geant and four officers with him, and when one bears in mind the compre- hensiveness of the district under his control, the popular Inspector deserves great credit for the manner in which he keeps the Mumbles immune from re- grettable happenings. What Inspector Davies complains of. so he told the Bench at the Swansea Police Court on Wednesday is the behaviour of some of the crowds that visit Mumbles on Sundays. This was well illustrated in the case in which Christopher Furlong was charged with having been drunk and disorderly on Sunday last. Sergeant Williams, in his evidence, said that Furlong was creating a disturbance which attracted the attention of a large number of pedestrians. In another case, in which Evan Davies, Morriston, was similarly charged, P.C. Potter said the language used was moat disgusting. Inspector Davies, in the box, said that Davies was very drunk, and it was es- sential for the maintenance of opder that he should be locked up. The Bench, whilst sympathising with the Inspector, inflicted a fine of 20s. in each case.

UNCOMPROMISING ANTAGONISM.

LAST OF A FAMOUS YACHT.

A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

PURCHASE OF A BUSINESS.

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