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SWANSEA'S BIG 'BIT.'

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" A BIG BREAKFAST."i i__.'

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SPLENDID SWANSEA CHARITY.

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SPLENDID SWANSEA CHARITY. I SURPLUS OF AGED POOR I FUND TO BE SPENT IN BOOT I TICKETS. A meeting of the committee of the Mayor's Aged Poor Fund was held at the Swansea rrec Library on Monday after- noon, His Worship the Mayor (Aid. David Davies) presiding. There were also prcsojt the X fvoress (Sirs. David Davies), Mrs. G. A. Getning, M rH. S. J. Whyatt, Mrs. W. J. Harris, Mrs. T. R. Davi(,5, )h, ,IN. ,J. Robertson, Mro. Merreils, Airs. T. j. '1. liams, Mrs. W. J. Phillips, Nirg. E. M. Wil- liams, Mrs. A. Ball, Mrs. T. Manselton James, ylrs. Geo. Hemminge, Miss Kate Davies, Mrs. Willie Harri- Mrs. Denning, Mrc. Cunniife, 111¡6. Goff Morgan, Mrs, Tom A!oms- Mr. Ashmole (Borough Treasurer) reported I the total subscriptions during the past year amounted to JB529 lis. 3d, ;nid» the expeiidi- tiirp was £ 421 7s. 9d. leaving a Lalaace of £ 106 53. No fewer than 1.703 shilling food tickets had been distributed and 860 cloth- ing tickets at 3s. 6d. each. j The Mayor said that, it was suggested th-it JS106 should he spent in boot tickets, which t would he distributed amongst the various wards iu the same proportion as flie cloth- ing tickets. La-st year there was no distri- bution of boots. The Mayor proposed that the hoot tickets be alloted, as suggested, and the Mayoress seconded.—This was carried. Mr. Ashmole suggested the same lines be followed in the distribution as hist year, i Orphans or children of widows should come first; children of men disabled second and children of men serving in the forces, whose fathers' wages were not ruado u.p by their employers, third. The Mayor said special preference should be lven to Children of men who had been killed, as tlie .separation allowance to these widows had not been increased, and war orphans should be well looked after. In reply to a question hy the Mayoress. Mr. Ashmole said tho list of names to whom the tickets were to be aw-arded could be made up at once. The Mayor said lie was very grateful to all contributors and collectors for the £ ood work accomplished. The fund was a boon to the poor people, who would derive a lot of benefit from it.

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