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BONYMAEN. I

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BONYMAEN. I A meeting has been hedd at the CWlli x'ihcois, Bonyniaen, to voice the demands the district for a resident doctor. Com- plaints were made of the long distsm-ces local i>eople had to go when sudden medi- cal assistance became necessary. At the Adulam Vestry a reception was "iven to Pte. T. P. Thomas. He was pre- -ant^d with the usual gift from the local ",nd. and ako with a present from the [ Bonymaen Literary Guild. The following x>k part; Mr. Dewi Edwards, Mr. E. T. Hopkins, Misses A. M. Owens, Evelyn Tims. Lizzie Jonee, Rhoda Baker, M. A. Baker, Master Willie Hill. Mias Owens accompanied, and the Rov. J. D. Harries presided. Mr. John Leyshoii and Mr. Charles Holoombe addressed the meeting.

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CWMAVON. -I

DULAJS VALLEY.I

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SKEWEN. I

SEVEN SISTERS.I

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT. I

MONEY "SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS.I

DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER.I

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I THREE IN A TENT I

SECRETARY -OF PENSIONS.I

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. j

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! DISASTER TO ZEPPELINS I

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TO BE -RELEASED.j

TO SEE SWANSEA LADS.

MORRISTON GROCER.

MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I

WORKED AT TAIBACH.r

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OLD SWANSEA. I

GRAIN AND FLOUR TRADES. I

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