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LLANSAWLST. I Seaman-Gunner Dance was tho re tipient of a wrxet watch aT-d cheque at the Parish Hall. Mrc. Derrick made the presentation. The following took part; Mi". Bernon (schoolmaster), Mr. I. Grif- llthê, l-ioeee E. Davies, L. M. Williams, \I. Smith, and M. Jenkins. Mr. W. W. Bodycombe accompanied. ■ At the Mission Hall, harvest thanks- giving services were held. The Rev. J- 3. Thompson officiated. The choir, con- -lucted by Mr. Alf Hathaway, rendered herveEt song service, entitled 'granny's Faith" (Shenton). Mr. Tom Villains' orchestra assi«tetl. Organist, r. D. C. Harris; pianist, Miss g. j. ;o.nc«.

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SEVEN SISTERS.I

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT. I

MONEY "SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS.I

DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER.I

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SECRETARY -OF PENSIONS.I

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. j

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TO SEE SWANSEA LADS.

MORRISTON GROCER.

MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I

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AT THE POLICE COURTSI ^ I

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OLD SWANSEA. I

GRAIN AND FLOUR TRADES. I

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