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THE GREAT FUND. Sir Alfred Mond Contributes L500. I I To-da 9s Oft CTQ Total: ,tJ Tramways Co.'s <650. What About YOUR I Donation. i I ) I [Send your contribution to-night fa the hort. treasurer, Mr. David Roberts, J.P., 61, Wind-street,, Swansea.] I 11. -.L ltie ruuci stanas ruis morning !H I £ 6, .">38. Last night the figure was I £ 5,910. Shull we have the grati- fication of announcing to-morrow that it ha.s topped the £ 7,000? Every mieklo makes a muckle, m'd ii all these who have fully made up their minds to give, by shaving delayed sending in their contributions, make up their minds end post it to the lIon. Treasurer to-night, the £ 7,000 could be very *-?isilv Dflssed t-o-mrirvnw SIR ALFRED MCrNcD'S INTEREST. Sir. H. Stanley L. Cook, the citxirman of the \Vjdcrtvs'- andi vJrpTiafos4 (and Children's Holiday Home) Committee had a special in-1 torview with Sir Alfred Mond in liondon on Thursday. Sir Alfred) was greatly interested in the 'Fund ;md its objects. He thought the ehelne a most excellent one, and -it one, an d hoped to be able to pay a personal visit to the home a.t Llangenmth during the summer. Sir Alfred con- tributed £ 500 to the Fund. THE TRAMWAYS' HELP. I The next contribution in order of size to-day is t50 from the Swansea í Improvements and Tramways Co., I Ltd., news of which Mr. David I James, J.P., the manager, tele- graphed to the Hon. Secretary yes terday afternoon. If other indus- trial concerns in the towti contri- bute to a like extent, there will even he no difficulty about raising the £ 10,000 before the end of the year. SWANSEA TRAVELLERS. I We publish also to-day the first list of I the Swansea branch of the United King- dom Commercial Travellers' Association, collected at the executive meeting held last Saturday evening. Mr. A. C. Qu: -ke, I the assistant secretary, in a letter to the boil. treasurer, says several promises have been made, and that he hopes to forward a futhet cheque. He is bringing forward the matter at the general meeting-, and ¡ he hopes to see the branch standing with a considerable amount, to its name. GROCERS' SCHEME. I Swansea grocers are getting busy with I kite J a rid. At a meeting on Tuesday even- i ing, it ''as decided to ?ive the fund sup- port, and ?:ircu?ars are being sent to every 'member of the Association asking for co- opcraHon and help. In this connection Mr. Edmund R. GraveUe, grocer. St. Thomas, the president of the Association, "will he (iclighted to receive and acknow- led¡;c any contributions to the fund. DE-MOBBED TOMMY'S EXAMPLI-E. I Demoralised Tommy," who has the suc- cess of the fund so greatly at heart that JUe is turning poet iti aid of it, sends to- day his third contribution, making £1 from, his earnings, tells us be is only sorry he is not in a position to send I' guineas. Messrs. Ha Word's Cycle Co., Ltd., have I beoij, good enough to forward a cheque for 110, with every good wish for success. The Hafod Infants' School contribution is made up as folloivs: -Misses M. Davies, 5s.; A. Jlosking. B. Evans. L. Tursland, rs M. each. The others are giving in I house-to-house collections. TO-DAY'S SUBSCRIPTIONS, £ s. d. night Hon. Sir Alfred I Mond, Bart., M.P. 500 0 0 Swansea Tramways Co.. per Ilr. Del. Jariies, J.P 50 0 0 Heiod Infants' School, per Miss M. Davies 0 12 6 1'rem Staff Oxford-st. I Gidg' School 1 0 0 Messrs. Matt h e w s Da vies and Co., De- la-Beehe-street 2 2 0 E III ploy es Messrs. | Matthews, Davies and I Co. 1 3 0 la-,?s Bank 10 10 0 liii; J. Richards, Eeq. 2 2 01 I William S. Green, Esq., 5, Bay View-cres- cent 1 1 '0 Mrs. W. E. Geen, 5, Bay View-crescent. 1 1 0 Edward Harris, Esq., Solicitor, 3, Fisher- street 3 3 0 Swansea and District Co-operative Society, Limited 5 0 0 Messrs. Harry Davies ¡ and Co. 5 5 0 j Messrs. Halford Cvcle Co. 10 0 0 Students at Training College. 1.J{)!) Messrs Brightman, Ltd. 2 2 0 Demobilised Tommy (third contribution). 0 5 0 Swansea Old Brewery. Õ 5 0 Mess; Walters, Jones and* Co 5 5 01 ••J. S. Richards, Esq. 2 2 0 i — i U. K. COMMERCIAL TRAVEL- LERS' ASSOCIATION. Swansea Branch. [Per Mr. A. C. Quicke, Assistant Secretary. ] E. D. Rees. Esq. 0 10 6 R. P. Owen, Esq. 0 10 (1 J. Newman, Esq. 0 10 6 H. P. Benzie, Esq. 0 10 6 A. C. Quicke, Esq 0 10 6 W. J. Bryant, Esq. 0 10 6 Berry, Esq. 0 10 6; W. Griffiths, Eslq 0 10 6 THE BOOT TRADE. I [Per Mr. S am Jones.] Auckland Ltd. 5 5 0 I THE FRUIT TRADE. I [Per Mr. Sam Jones. ] W. J. Iohii, Esq. Alex- andra-road) 3 3 0 1 Thos. HarrLson? Esq. I    olI (Strand) .J 3 3 0

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