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ELECTION IN MAY.

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. FREEDOMS OF SWANSEA.

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SWANSEA'S NEW CLOCK. TUESDAY'S "W'INDING- UP" CEREMONY. LATEST ADDITION TO Y.M.C.A. | BUILDINGS. "May I express the hope that the clock I may be a model of rectitude to the Asso- ciation of which you are so worthy the head, and prove of use to the people of this neighbourhood. With the&e few words Mr. Walter Webber handed over the new Swansea Y.M.C.A. clock (which he had presented) to Sir John Llew- elyn, the president of the Association, on Tuesday afternoon, in the presence of a select company, on the roof garden of the Association buildings, at the Page-street corner. Amongst those present were the Mayor and Mayoress (Aid. and Mrs. Corker), Sir John Llewelyn, Lady Llewelyn, Mr. Joseph Hall, Mrs. David Davies, Mrs. Hil- ditch, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cook, Mr. aaid Mrs. R. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. D. Meager, Mrs. Morris, Mr and Mrs Glendinning lox- ha.m, Mr. S. Palmer, Mr. Hield (deputy town clerk), Mr. Fish, Rev. Gilbert Rees, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hood, Mr. A. J. Dickens, Mr. D. Thomas, and many others. I The proceedings opened with prayer by the Rev. Gilbert Rees, and then Sir John Llewelyn, in accepting the gift from Mr. Webber's hands, said the gift was most use- ful and acceptable, and on behalf of the Association he thanked Messrs. Webber and Son. Sir John then handed to the Mayor a presentation key, with which his Worship opened the clock chamber and WOUND UP THE CLOCK, which will be maintained by the town. The Mayor, in a few well-chosen words, said from a public point of view the gilt would be greatly appreciated by the bur- gesses. He spoke in high praise of the work the Y.M.C.A. was doing, and the unselfish and devoted interest taken by their presi- dent, Messrs. T. P. Cook, R. W. Jones, Napier, and others. In the name of the town he wished the institution, which was doing such a noble work, every good wish possible. Mrs. Walter Webber then started the clock and switched on the electric light. By invitation of Messrs. Webber and Sou, Ltd., the gueits them partook of tea in the Llew- elyn Hall. Sir Jolin Llewelyn, in proposing a hearty vote of thanks to the don or 3, said Mr. Webber had always supported the institu- tion, and the usefulness of the gift he could assure the firm was vary greatly appreci- ated. It would serve as a reminder of the passage of time, which was so important to old and young alike. Mr. T. P. Cook seconded, and sipake of the fgood work Mr. Webber had done. Mr. Webber, in reply, said it w&s a great satisfaction to know the gift waa ao appre- I ciated. Mr. Joseph Hall, in proposing thanks to Sir John Llewelyn and the Mayor, said the former had once again shown the VERY GREAT PRACTICAL INTEREST I ho took in the Y. M. C. A., and he hoped they would not only increase in membership, but i that the funds so necessary would be in- I as well. As regards the Mayor, his Worship had always shown his sympathy 1 with every good work. Sir. John Llewelyn, in acknowledgment, il -,iT. J' al in said the Y.M.C.A. alwavs had a VERY WARM COHNER IN HIS HEART. The Mayor, in conclusion, wished the association every success, and assured Mr. Webber the town greatly appreciated his handsome gift.

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