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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.]

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RATING APPEAL IN SWANSEA.

! NEATH AFFILIATIONI 1 APPEAL.…

! SWANSEA TRADER ASHORE !

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A MILITARY FAMILY. I

THE LIGHTS AT THE EAST DOCK.

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On Thursday evening a very successful con- cert was given p the schcoiroom of the Countess of RUUtillcauroh, St Helen's-road, Swm- sea. The proceeds were in favour of the chureh funds, which should be consider- ably augmented by the efiort. The noxfc coueart the Huntingdon friends .iv.! for their schoolroom was uncomfortably full on this occasion, and so well did the whole affair go off that still larger numbers will wb to be present next time. The whole programme was not only well arranged, but also admirably car- ried out, and Councillor James Jonea made a capital chairman. It is needjess to say that the efforts of the Temple Male Voice Party were well appreciated. Another notable feature of the concert W88 the reciting of Miss Cooke, who received very hearty appfanse, and in this line Mr. Owen Williams receive hearty recognition. The mimicry of Mr. Ferris simply shook the place with appkutse. Indeed, it is safe to say that not oaiv was every item on the programme well appreciated, but that it deservedly earned its applause. The f Ilo w was the programme Pianoforte duet, Misses Williams tuodi Throlin chorus, (?-mmden, Temple Male Voice FtH?y; chorus, *?in fneNfbhip's name," Mr. W. Terry Thomas; recitation, In the signal box," Mr. W. Owen Williams; song. Miss Eddth Owen; recitation, "The inventor's wife," Miss Cooke; song, Alice, where art thou ?" Mr. A. Black- more; faxtn-yard mimic, Mr. Ferris; pianoforte solo, Miss Mhyhew; song, "The children's home," Miss Maries (encored); song, "Jack's the boy," Mr. W. Terry Thomas; recitation, Trouble in the 'Amen corner, Mips Cooke (jeneared) pmnokrte duet, Misses Williams and Tarrdin; somg, Father O'Flynn," Mr. Pahner; song, "My pretty Jane," Mr. West wiiiiano I-, chorus, The anvil," Temple Male Voice Party (conductor Mr. E. G. Bell); finale, God save the Queen." Messrs. Cadbury Brothers, of Bournville, have purchased three cocoa estates ir the West Indies, aad are negotiating for a fourth. The esiites are in the healthiest part of Trinidad, 1,000 feet above sea level, in the centre of the district ia which the finest cocoa is grown.

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHAB1TES.

SPECIAL VISIT TO SWANSEA OF…

I Rhondda and Swansea Bay…

LLANELLY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

GORSEINON. I

CLYDACILI

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LLANELLY -POLICE COURT.I

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PONTARDAWE. I

f LANDORE. 1

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I HUSBANDS AND WIVES. I

WELSH SUNDAY CLOSING:' _ACT.

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COCKETT PARISH COUNCILI

OYSTERMOUTH DISTRICT COUNCIL.

THE POACHING OF SWAN I SEA…

-FIRE AT LLANELLY.____I

GOWERTON.I

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SUICIDE AT CLYDACH.I

I MORRISTON*! I

LLANELLY.

LLANSAMLET. I

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LLANGENNECIL I