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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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ALL BJOOTS RESERVED.

IHELPIXG THE DEAF.

BREEZE AT LLANELLY COUHCIL

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NATIONAL MUSEUM.

SWANSEA CHURCH ARMY.

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SUNDAY AT SWANSEA,r

PEOPLE TELL THE TRUTH.

DEATH OF MR. T. D. LEWIS.

I PURSE STOLEN AT NEATH.

I"BEARS" AM) BLOCK TIN.

.SEAWEED IN KIDNEY DISEASES.

Swansea Parks Entertainment.

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MORRISTON COMPENSATION CASE

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----i May-Day Gale at Swansea.

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Paderewski's Grave Illness.

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Princess at St Fagan's.

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Swansea Volunteer Gunners' Church Parade. Rain nor mud daunted the intrepid }6t G R.G.V.A. (Swansea) cn Sunday. A&- suredly, of all tbe discomforting days of the week, Sunday was tho worst, which is say- ing something. Nevertheless, the men lined out in Temple-street at 2.30 p.m., under Colonel Williams, the other officers present including Captains Gregor and Thomas,, Captain-Quartermaster Davies, Sergeant- Major Saunders, Quartermaster-Sergeant Edwards, Sergeant-Majors Hawkins, Camp- bell, Howell, and Cratchley. Then, headed by the fine band, under Bandmaster Han- ney, they marched to St. Thomas' Church, watched, in spite of the rain, by scores of spectators. There was an obstacle in the way. The old North Dock Bridge had been swung into a barge, which prevented for the time being the lifting of the new one until Monday morning; consequently the men had to march single file across one of the lock bridges. At the church the following programme was gon-e through:—Hymn (by the band), "Ten thousand times ten thousand:" prayer by Vicar Evans solo by Mis»s Tilly Richards, "God shall wipe away all tears;" "Gloria" (from Mozart's 2nd Mass), the Band; anthem, "In th3 beginning was the Word," the choir (solo beautifully vmg by Mr Llew. Walters); hymn, "Stand up for Jesus," the band; hymn, "Onward, Christ- ian Soldiers," the band. The Vicar (Rev. W Evans) delivered on appropriate ^dre^n-om the words; '-And the Lord said by 300 men shall Gideon save Israel He said they were not only volun- teers to King Edward,, but belonged to the Royal army of the Kin? of Kings. The lesson of how Gideon s anny was whittled down to 300 tried men and true was an ob- ject lesson for all in tho way of self-control and enthusiasm for a cause. Enthusiasm was the great thing. The band played the following marches to and fro :—"Preciosa," "Battle of Magenta," "Orcandab," "Girls of America," and "King's Escort."

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Earl Cawdor at Bridgend.I

Swansea Attendance Committee.

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Llanelly Suffocation Case.

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Llanelly Docks Manager.I -

¡Mr, John Williams at Work,I

IAberavon Milk Cases Dismissed,I

Cymanfa at Morriston.

! Slack Week at Swansea Docks,

Lion Tamer and the Ladie6;