I BY AIR TO THE WELLS. 11 ? 1 ■ •, ■_ f I The Avro ready to start for Llanwrtyd. Capt. Bruce (pilot) and two pa&sengers snapped by a ''Leader" photographer before the flight on Wednesday. • I
I I 3rd S.W.B. I I Colours Placed in Brecon Barracks, I The 3rd (Special Reser"e) Battalion of' I tha South'Wales Borderers (formerly the Breconshire Militia) ba6 now b?en dia- banded. When the war broke out the battalion mobilised at Pembroke Deck. and was afterwards transferred to Liverpool. Throughout the war it supplied drafts to ¡ the 1st and 2nd Battalions, and latterly ¡ to all the Battalions of the regiment. I Some time ago "what was left of the battalion was removed to Chatham, where the, 1st Battalion ia now stationed, and to the latter most of the men of the former unit have now been transferred. On Tuesday Colonel Maxwell Heron, commanding the 3rd Battalion, brought the colours and a. small party of eorrie thirteen non-commissioned officers and ¡ men to Brecon. Two officers of the 1st Battalion, attended by two warrant officers, carried tha colours, and on Wed- nesday morning took the colours of the 1st Battalion back with them to Chat- ham. 1
WEST WALES LADY. 1 -The death took place at Aberystwyth on Wednesday of Mrs. E. J. Wynne ? Parry, vid?w of the Ep?. E. WynDe? Parry, M.A., Bala. Sba wa3 a daughter of the late Mr. Richard Hobert@,J.P"ofi ?'Al->eryr,twytb, and a &i«ter of Mr. D. C. Roberts. J.P., chairman of the Cardigan- lhire Educatian Committee. The funeral will take place a.t Hanycil, Bala, on Sa?ni day.
j PREMIER'S PLANS. ￼ iLAl?O. j Swansea Visit Towards I End of Recess. We understand that Mr. Lloyd George hopes to vigifc South Wales towards the end of the recess and receive tb, freedom of Swan-sea, Carmarthen, Llanelly, Kid- welly, and other places in the district. In all probability it is during this visit | that he will make his first processional speech, in which he will deal fully with his trade, agricultural, and nationalisa- tion policy, which he; is expected to out- line in the House of Commons on Tuesday i next. Il 07ise t-, f Cominons on Tuesday ?
OLD AGE PENSIONS. I Mr. David Matthews, MPill I i Raises Important Point. I Aid. David Matthews, M.P., on Wed- nesday, in the House of. Commons, asked the Secretary to the Treasury, whether, in view of the obvious inadequacy of, the present old age pension of 7s. 6d. per week and of the legal inability of boards of guardians to grant additional relief, he will take steps to bring the allowance to a figure more in accord with the present high cost of living. The Secretary of the Treasury (Mr. Stanley Baldwin), replied that it is the iiitentiin of the Government to intro- duce legislation to amend the Old Age Pensions Act after the report of the De- partmental Committee now inquiring into -the matter has been received and considered.
OLD LADY'S BEER. I r LdneUy Octogenarian Sends Child Under Age. I Daniel Thomas, Rose and Crown Inn, I Thomas-street, was summoned at Llan- elly on Wednesday for selling beer to a person under 14 years other than in a corked or sealed vessel on July 28th. Mr. Leslie Williams appealed for the prose- cution, and Mr. M. R Richards, who re- presented the defendant, pleaded guilty. Det.-Sergt. T. Dav ies said he saw a I little girl, 13 years of age, carrying a bag contaming three bottles of beer which were not sealed. He took possession of the bag, and saw the licensee, who said the beer had been supplied by his 12-year. old daughter. Defendant was fined 10s. ) I OCTOGENARIAN DEFENDANT. 1 Charlotte Willis and Ethel Partridge, both of Mark-lane, were proceeded against for sending the girl for the beer. Gladys Spills. 14, Mark-Inne, gave evi- dence as to having been sent for the beer by the defendants. In a letter, Mrs. Willis,, who, was- in court, but too feehle to enter the dock, said she was over 80 years' of age, and she sent the girl for beer as she was unable to go herself. The Bènch dismissed the cases under the Probation Act.
E S Chaupell. the Urettt Ladiee* a,nd ('.eri,t's Tailnr QI'OWS 10 D C Discount to ;>is. ] chanted S^ilorse Soldier#, and Dependents.
MUMBLES CARNIVAL, Swansea War Memorial Schera. A meeting in connection with the Swansea War Memorial Fund was held in the Mayor's parlour on Wednesday, Major Pollard presiding, to make arrangements "'1' the carnival, concerts, etc., which will be held on the Mumbles Pier (kindly lent for the occasion),.on August 28th next. Councillor J. J. Jones and Mr. C. P. Bell, the hon. secretaries, said that the ar- rangements were going on apace, and that Mr. 'W. Doherfy (who was present) had kindly promised to give a display of div- ing an,d trick swimming, assisted by his daughter, and that he would also, ask the Swansea Swimming Club to take entire charge of the aquatic sports. Mr. Doher ty was oordially thanked for his kind offer. Councillor J. J. Jones said he "hoped that when an appeal would be made for subscriptions towards the event that a generous response wou ld be forthcoming. Mr. C. P. Bell said he was convinced that the carnival and sports would be one of the big local events of the year. The Borough Treasurer's statement shows that C4,977 has already been pro- mised towards the.Swansea general fund, the latest subscribers being the follow- ing.Afr. Harry G. Thomas (Mayals), £ 100; W. Gilbertson and Co., Ltd., £100; London City and Midland Bank, £ 52 10s.; Lloyds Bank (Capital and Counties branch), £ 52 10s.; London and Provincial Bank. i:52 10s.Tof-al. £ 357 10s.
I I LLANGENNECH SALMON CASE > Th. Rees, Bridge-street, Uatige4. necb, was summoned at the Lianelly Police Court on Wednesday for selling salmon at a price exceeding the maxi- mum Alma Evans,, Llangennech, said -that on July 14th she bought a half flat tin of salmon for which she paid Is. 8d. Defendant said he had paid Is. i-id. per tin for the salmon Supt. LI. Jones produced a copy of an Order which stated that, the maximum price was now Is. Id. > The presiding magistrate (Mr. D- d. W illiams) Tiiis, is a very bad ca "e aTa d fine the defendant E- 5 and cosfca.
ALL NIGHT j I SITTING. I I ¡ I Profiteering BiH. • COMMITTEE i I STAGE. i 1 1 I Maximum Prices, I The House of Commons. last night bld j an all night sitting en the Profiteering Bill. i Shortly before three this morning, j after ten hours' debate, the first clause j was passed by 150 votes to 2, ¡ The Bill passed through Committee amid cheers at ten minutes to fix, and ¡ the House adjourned at 7,35 a.m. The House of Commons went into Com- mittee on the Profiteering Bill with a ¡ large paper of amendments numbering I ne.arlv 2M. With a TI'W to pushing the Bill through the Commitf'e stage on Wednes- day night, the Government suspended the rule against the taking of opposed business after 11 o?lo-ck. Sir Donald Maclean hoped the Leader cf the Hou-se I' 'would not keep membere beyond half- pa.st 1, after which hour it was difficult to get home, owing to the lack of con- veyances, and Mr. Kennedy Jones strongly protested against the Commit- tee being compelled to git until the email hours on a measure affecting the inter- ests of all classes of the community, simply in order that Parliament might adjourn a day sooner for the Receee. But I Mr. Bonar Law would not fix any hour for the adjournment, ehort of the com- 1 pletion of the Committee etage. I FIXING PRICES. One of the most animated discueeion* of the night arpee on an amendment moveB by Mr. Trevelyan Thompson, the Labour member for West Middles- brough, giving power to the Board of Trade, after an investigation as to prices, cost, and profits, to fix maximum prices. Sir Auckland Geddes accepted the amendment. Lord Robert Cecil strongly denounced the amendment. It destroyed the whole basis and structure of the Bill. It gave to the Board of Trade the terrific power, after a secret, inquiry, to fix what they thought was a reasonable price for any article. Rank Socialism, but the most muddled kind of Socialism that was ever heard of," was Sir Donald Maclean's de- scription of the amendment. Then the President of the Board of Trade intervened to say that the ques- tion would be left to the House. On a diviison the amendment was carried by 132 votes 0095-8 majority of I 37. I BILL THROUGH COMMITTEE. I t House Adjourns at 7.35 a.m. I I LONDON, Thursday. Shortly before three this morning the House of Commons in Committee, after over tetj hours' debate, passed the first clause ot the Profiteering Bill by 150 against 2. On Clause 2 Mr. Tyson Wilson proposed that the Committees who investigated cases and complaints o-f proflteeriyig should be composed, as to two-thirds of the membership, of representatives of Labour, Co-operative Societies and con- sumers. Sir A. Geddes was very dec;d-;d in his opposition to this amendment, and said I the Committee would be formed of all classes of consumers. He could not recog- nise trad e unions as a section which I should be separately represented. On a division the amendment was re- jected by ] 36 to 36. I TRADE RIVALRY. I With bhe view of preventing interested parties from sitting in judgment upon trade rivals, Mr. Kennedy Jones moved that members of the Committee should have in no ca&e any personal trade in- terest with the article under considera- tion, a proposal which was strongly sup- ported by Lord Winterton. The Attorney General expressed sur- prise at the suggestion that tradesmen were unable to adjudicate fairly upon matters which concerned other members of their trade, but Sir A. Geddes even- tually accepted the principle' of the amendment, which he promised to em- body "in another part of the clause. I MUNICIPAL TRADING, ) On Clause 3 the Government accepted an amendment by Mr. Godf rey Lock?r- Sampson which provided that municipal trading should not bo earned on at the expense or the ratepayers. Protest v. as made by more than one member against the inclusion in the Bill or a clause which authorised local author- ities to trade, but Sir A. Geddos said it was in no sense a general provision for the estabt'^hment of unrestricted munici- pal trading. The provision only ex'tended for six months. The clause remained a, part of the BJL ilr. Geoige Thorno objected to the ex pens""8 of the local committees being de- frayed by the local author i'ties, argulmg that, as the matter ooncmednational interests, the cost should be paid by Par- liament, He moved an amendment to that effect, bui thie was rejected by 112 to 45. ¡ The Bill pad through C-ommittee amid cheers at ten minute*. r, ci-r I SPEAKER T.'KES- H''R AT ￼ 6 A.M. l? 1hé Speaker, having taken the chair, ) the House proceeded to consider the Lords' amendments to the Min/'s:ry of t ays and Communications Bill in epite of vigorous protests by. Sir W. Joyiison Hicks and Lord It. Cecil against the ladionof the Government in forcing on ( such important business a.fr an all- night 5itin.. I Sr W. Joyneom Hio? raised an objec- tion to thct lor&' dmendm?nt. whi??,h pro-l ;?id,A that no order should be ma4e by the Ministry to enlarge the liability of any Railway Company or Canal-Company in respect to the repair of any bridges l I owned by them. The House, however, (Continued at foor ot next Column.)
GERMAN BUDGET. Erzberger Reels Off Some Huge Fr~u* 3. BERLIN, Wednesday (Received Thursday), A memorandum presented to the National Assembly to-day by Herr Erz- berger shows that. according to the Vro- visional estimates, the financial needs will be:— The Empire, seventeen and a half milliard mar ks; Individual States and Conamuno- six and a half milliard marks. The principal items in the seventeen and a half milliards required by the Em- pire debt serv ice are provision for dis- abled soldiers and the families, of th" fallen, but the expenditure for the army I and civil adni inistra t ions will reach a considerable sum. The debt service i* based on the assumption that by the end of the present financial year the Empire' s debts will have grown two hundred milliards. Press Association War Specal. Herr Erzberger later told the National Assembly that he drew from the debate the conclusion that there was on the part of an overwhelming majority a keen de- termination to-co-operate in restoring the, Imperial finances to a sound condition.—? Press Association War Special. i The nominal value of the total of 21 milliards mrkE. at nominal exchange, woùld be 1,150 miUlon pounds sterling. The exchange at precent is of course agninst Germany.
Mr. COdd, secretary of the loeal com- mitted of the Workers' Education Associa- tion has arranged for ft series of lecture* to be given at, Mumbles on September 'v h and 7th by Mr. Bkinlora n Prinssie, M A. The subjects of the lectures have not yet. been decided upon.
I WHY ANAEMIA PREVAILS. Conditions to-day are Responsible. Mothers who remark that girls to-day aj« more pron t- anaemia than girls of a generation ago should look back at the ,11 rroti:ndiÏ.ngs in wirch they and their •serapaxijoivs lived. They would eee the altered circumstances to- -dV. Sow tie eehool-girl's life is much more her etudes are a severe tax ugon her strength. Also, girls enter busi. ness soon after leaving school—that at an age when they most need res; and 811 1itdoor liie, Their womanly develo- jnent is hampered by the stress of long wo, hours, hurried scanty meals, and "It cif iiy case* war rations have had an are more liable to Koodlessness So-i?, but there is this oohso-laticm that, formerly doccoiv regarded tnanuia eA often iiicurabie, the cures axe )jt^xi. j..u tons ot thousands. The p-1¡.T(¡rd Dr. pink pills to itioii blood h:a.6 saved many shciaaiidtJ of young from an early sravo. lor in eae-es 6f neglect anaemia. has a d" victim step by ttep on to consainp- tipn, "When your daughter's strength fa^le, and pallor, bieath'essness and backache dfecioee her anemic state, remember vou can .ruake her well and assure her healthy development by giveng her Dr. Wiiliam" pink pills to make good red blood. Roraeruber, too, that for women OF- all aggs Dr. Williams' pink pills are especially helpful in the many ailments th;, result from depraved blood. They siake women 10311, keep them well. To quote oiia instance, tne statement of )fiss £ M. Crov-h-r, whose home ad- diesc is Hints Lodge, Tam worth Road, Tworth. 16 here published. When approaching the age of woman- ltood;l' the stutes, I sufferoo. much with that distressing pom.p-af.nt, >nsrri:a. I "became very depressed and lost in'erest 'li « *~y thing. hardly knew wliat it was to be free from headaches. I lost my appetite End had^frequent attacks of faintness. Breath- lessfless, too, troubled me considerably. 1 consulted a doctor, and he told me 1 was anaemic and run-down, but although I f>ok the medicine he gave me, there feoeniGsi to be no improvement. in my H&ndth. I waft always up and down; if L felt hotter one day, I would be bad the next. I rolol my mother how I fpIt, and she me to try Dr. Will'auis pink pfls- .1 had not been taking the pills Icyng W;1en I began to feel the benefit I co-ntd -eat better and the feeiihg of lassi- tü-de left me. I mad e rapid strides to- wards recovery as I continued with Dr. The ha.ches disappeared, and I was no longer eubjei?- to fain mess or breathlessness. u Soon ] became quite wsll, and I have to,,thank Dr. Willia.ms'' pink pills for the fcpiendid health t now enjoy." You can obtain Dr. Williams' pink pil's of any dealer with no risk of eub- stitution if you ask for Dr. Williams'. Begin them now. :FREE. Plain Ta'lks is the woman's oi»n book of hints on health. Send a postcard for a free copy, addressing it to Hints Dept., 36, Fitzrov Square, London, mi.
IN THE DISTRICTS. TREBANOS. The death took place at Graig-road, Trebanos. on Tuesday, of Mrs. Rachel Walker wife ot Mr. Will?am Walker, and mother of Pencerdd Tawe," who w ahonoured at Coriven Eis-cddfod last week. Deceased was 81 years of age, and had been in failing health for some time. E S. ChaDueil, the Great Ladies' and Gent's Tailor allows tO Discount to Dis. ciiarced Sailorss ftolrijera and Dependents. DUNVANT. -+- iii ine, tencr so:o oompeuwu ai, me National Eisteddfod, two competitors were B^lected out of thirty-two for the final-Mr. H. Lewi-, th winner, and Mr. John Thomas, Dunva.r.t. This is not the first time that Mr. Thomas has come on to the National txetge. in rtvue." of merit. Mr. Emlyn •gliomas, a brother, was the third. •for Fountain Pens, Stylos. Purses, Wal- lets, etc., call at Enoch 2. Arcade. MORRISTON- £:1"" n"ir. On Sunday last ttie Kev- CI. \,T. J-™ pastor of jjoc-nezer Baptist Church. Blaen- 4voa, M-onmouthsbire, occupied the pulpit of Seion Wcisii Baptist Chapel, Momston, &nj p.eacht-d pow&riui and eloquent scr- mons. T he rev. gentleman was at one time known as the boy preacher of Llan- br;iaach. 'Father and Son en.ioy their Holiday in a Urns rt G réY Flannel Trousers from Pen. hale's Sale. HiEh^treet .I PONTARDAWE. '•The Pon tarda we Troop of Boy bcout^ have now returned after. a week under at Llanmadoc- Miss 3 for Da. ies (E'fchunferchN, of Yttradg^niais, who is now staying wkh Mr. ana Mrs. R. A. Jon) of Yrixmeudw carried awiv the first prize for girl6 ujider 13 at Corwen last week, She has won 256 priEes. ^Bargains in Teachers' Biblee at Enoch s. Arcade. All Latest Novels. LLAMpOVERY. '1- »i5Fhe-funeral, wnicn vvas i r, I! I a.ftemJed. tD-k tlace on Wednesday of Kril Thomas, wife of Mr. John Thomee. lata Pentwyn, Hbonddaris-sa. near Llan- dÙt\ry. 'I here will be a reunion of demcbihsed eei.ors and soldiers at the Castle Hotel this (TUurtuay) evening. ??coats s.re .e?ent?). yours tN ??y 0 ud save M p.c. at Penh.?a-le ?6 Sale. ?J?' street. BUftRYPORT. ("'O_1__1 -.11 On Tuesday the feunaay bcdcoi U 'Mr. D. R. John. Tabernacle Sunday School, went for their annual picnic to Tenby. Mr. Wildj. 111 More?, ton of Mr. Charles Morse, returned to Constantinople on Tues- day morning ah: a frhort IM.. He hae bten eerTjng with the Forces since the out- break of War. When war broke out he was a, student at Car., u. ub.> eraity. He p 'chM at Jer'UEalem Gla&Pel On Sunday morning. £ S. CbapceH. the Great Ladies and Vnt's Tailor ?Uowe 10 v c '?acouBt to ?DiS. eh a reed Sailorss Soldiers, ani, f^ependent^ Mr. Ton. Evans, snearer, who we-s xasen very ill tn Friday laat, is now a. little bttter. Don't pay high prices for Socb. Shirt8. etc. Call at Penhales Creat Sale, Hieh- street. Swaneea. TREBOETH. 1. III The death has ooourved 01 tiie wiaow 01 the late Mr. Johu. BichardE, Caersalem. Deceased resided after the death of her husband, some seven years a^o, with her eldest eon, Mr Griffith Richards, Fern. terrace, Treboeth. ilri. Sarah Bicharas ljjaiia from mion, Cariaarthenifaire, and eanie to Caersalem about 60 years ago. S-he tf3.s been a faithiul membex at Caercaleui Baptist Chapel for over 60 years. The aa-.iaut OiU Cystic, Landore, WaAJ her first ^jjoine in married life, and she sii a great hgiiaver in walking, caring Li,tip- for the jtapaine, And at the ar of 55 to 60 she used waik frcm Caereaieia to Cwmtwrch, ir.su'iwea Valley. dic-i on Monday at taea.ge of 76 years. She leaves four chil- dren—Hr. Griffith Ricnaris. Treboethj Mrs. jitary Mertin, butciitr, Brynhyfryd; Mrs. il.ii,b, th Evans, Ammanford; and ALre. ra.b J. Beee, Ge.vnant. The funeral will take place on Thursday -at five o'clock for • v- r r
I BREAD OR MUFFINS. Baker's Unsuccessful Defence at Lianelly. Thomas Ball, Market-street, Lianelly, was summoned at the local Police Court on Wednesday for three offences against the Bread Order, viz. (1) selling bread at a price exceeding the maximum, (2) sel- ling bread not an even number of pounds weight and (3) that the bread contained ingredients in breach of clause 547 section 3. Mr. H. W. Spowart (Town Clerk) ap- peared for the prosecution and Mr T. R. Ludford defended when the case was heard at a previous Court, when for the defence it was, argued that mufifns were sold and not bread. The Presiding Magistrate (Mr. David i Williams) said, the bench were satisfied that they were not muffins but bread. and on the fiT--It ehargeg defendant was fined £ 5 while he was fined 10s. on the second charge, and the third charge was dismissed.
I RAID ON HOUSE. Lianelly Licensee Fined for Illegal HO TS. As the result of a police raid upon the Cardigan Arms.- Seaside, a number of prosecutions were heard at the Lianelly j Police Court on Wednesday. Mary Phillips, Cardigan Arms, was summoned for selling intoxicating liquor during illegal hours on August 1st, and Wm. Phillips, Cardigan Arms, was pro- ceeded against for supplying the liquor, wliile,, John Richards. Cambrian-place, Patrick Mclnerncy, Wind-street, Thomas Jones, J. Marine-street, and James Thomas. 73, Cambrian-place, were sum- nioned for consuming liquor on licensed prpmises during illegal hours. Det.-Sergt. T. Da vies said that at', 4.30t p.m. on August 1st he, along with other constables, entered the premises by the back floor, and saw the licensee's spn be- hind the counter of the bar. In the bar there were tour- men, each of whom had beer in iroiil of him. When spoken to Wm. Phillips, who managed the bouse for his-.mother, admitted having served the men. SHOULD NOT AFFECT-LICENSE. 1 I Th: BeJh'h stated that they would treat I the first two charges as one a?id Impose a Replying to Mr Richards, the presid- ing magistrate (Mr. Dd.« Williams) said the question whether the conviction would affect the renewal of the license was-a natter for the licensing justices, but in the opinion of the Bench it should not. I The cas against the other four defen- dants was then taken, and the Bench im- posed a fine of 10s. and advocate's fee in ¡ each instance. ¡
CARMARTHEN POLICE. I Withdraw En Bloc From the Union II The constables in the Carmarthen Borough Police Force, all of whom were mmhers of the Police and Prison officer,,4, Union, have withdrawn en bloc from the union. ,.I I
I YACHT RACING. I Lianelly Club Meeting. 1 Cup ra,Zg under the auspices of the r Llaceily Yacht Club were held on Tuesday evening. T?'?re wae a splendid westerly -breeze bYo?'iT;?, aud th? course for t?c evening bad b?n extendsd to the X? 1.óagÐ buoy. SoD?s 6n< sa?in? was witnessed. Th? l'ufts were;—C,ass A: 1, Violet (Charles j Eudali;: 2, Mary (Thomas Arnold); 3, Elfin •'David Harriet). Second class; 1, Frolio (W. Williams); 2, Corinne (W. E«ekma,n: 3, Smiling Morn !S. Griffiths), The race for the faret class yachts sa-6 jj postponed.
| BOWLS. j MtTM^L^S VISITORS r. nnrBI,ES. 'II rlr.*Pr(l.l? match played on Mu.'ml>les green Wednesday. '1 Visitors. ) Rink l.-q. Edwards, D. Evans. W. ¡ Clee, R. West (skip) 18 1 Rink 2.W. S. Brazel, S. Michael, J. j Thomas, W. Jones skip) 19' Rink 3.—J. Cartwright, A. Daries. G. Barter. J. James (skip) 16 i Rink 4.—J. Bat tram. D. F. Da,vies, F. Eowel!? P. H. TyndaU (skip) 211 Total i 7?! Mumbleg. Rink 1.—L. Francis. A, .Chapman, T. T. Johnson. T. Griffiths (skip) 25 I Riak 2.—R. Beynon, P. Davies, J. Matthews, A. Smith (skip) 19 Rink 3.—W. Kaye, W. J. Grey, B. Harris, G. Pearce (skip) 22 Rink 4.—H, Morgan, R. Steel, H. ( Taylor. J. G. Morris (skip) 13 Total. 79
GLAMORGAN'BISLEY. I Baglan Meeting to be Revived. J Glamorgan rifllemen will be pleased to learn that after a lapse of four years the competitive meeting of the Glamorgan Rifile Association is to be renewed this year. The dates now do- finitely fixed for the meeting are Sept. 2, 3, and 4, and the gathering will bo held on the Baglan Ranges, near Briton- ferry. Capt. W. T. Davies, G.M., the sec. retary to the Association, appeals to-all riftemen to give the meeting their en- thusiastic support.
TURNING OVER. ON THE BOOTS. I Signifies a weakness of the foot, the in- step or arch is in need of support to sus- tain and rest it. Joyped Foot Springs worn in the boots prevents you turning ryv-pr. Price 12s. 6d. per pair. Rich, the Chemist, Ltd., Surgical House. 30, High- street, Swansea. 11 J
STOLE HIS WATCH. Carmarthen Theft Off an Unconscious Man. At Carmarthen on Wednesday Fred- erick Joseph "Lowe, Brigstocko txavdens, Danybank, an ex-soldier, was sent to prison for two months for stealing a wristlet watch, i-aliip RI 10s., belonging to Mr. Douglas C. Wood house, of Croy- don. The Head Constable (Mr. W. Howel Evans) said that Mr Woodhouse was the victi m of an accident whilst motor- cycling on Carmarthen track on the 27th May'last, and while he was lying inssn- -sible on the ground. Lowe callic iii) and picked up the watch. Mr. Woodhouse had only }t:ll'it come out of hospital. P.C. Llewetlvn arrested Lowe at his house two days later. There were three previous convictions against Lowe, who stated that he-was simply waiting for Mr -.Woodhouse to get better to hand the watch back to him.
AT THE DOCKS. I Arrivals and Sailings nf Vessels. I 'KTNG'S DOCK. 41 A T5U1T A TjS.—N il. SAILINGS.—Ex-German Submarine UC 76. | Britonf?rrv; Bntøtöw11 6. 1626, Spezsia; San j Telmo II, 94", Oanarjee;, Spyridon s, 2,292, Naples. 11 PRINCE OF WAT/ES DOCK. AEB.I V Ali?.—A.I s. 55. Avonmoufh; Dun- leita B. 111. Parry Dock; Croham s. 154. St. Malo; Stonehenge a, 441. Trepo-rt; De Wadden mb, 195, Rotterdam; Kingebri dge Packet s, 68, St. Va-lery; Eltha,n a, 272, Poole. S.AI.LINCi'Wehburn P, 416, Rouen; City of Frankfort- s. 530, Bouen; Falster a. 336, St. Malo; Boakva a. 765, Ravra; A I e, 65, Avonmouth. NORTH DOCK. AR-RtYAL".—;l3n?l! Trader 6, 2?. Ijou. tion; C. F. H., 56, St: Brieur. SAILINGS—Terrier, 121, Oranvili* Mary Waters, Granville; Alpha s, 76, Highbridge; Braeii 6. 406, Isigny. i SOUTH DnCK. A.RILIVAIB.Ife,iot, 443. Bristol; Patricia, 242. Dublin; • arie Therese. fA. E^Tdeanxs • Goorge Greaves, 113, Sea, thh; Dynevor, Oastie. Ill, Sea, fisH; l'owis Castle, 197, Sea, ash; St. Mathieu, l'-9, Fecamp. SAILINGS.—Lson-ora Minnie. Sea; Tiene Castle. 107, S?a, fish; Flint Castle, 107: Sell. fish; T.eviot, 443, Belfast; Penrbyn s. !Jl. Bossla-ire; Ha.;y .t;. 306, Itayle-, Pr-nce Charles. 102, Sea, Ash: ..Bem^iote 389. N-ahtes; 1 Patric e. >,2, ^ard ff; Jja.bore et Honore, 42, Sea, fish.
PREMIER'S SPEECH. Expected for Next Monday. Mr. Lloyd George will mfke his long-ex- pected announcement of post-war "policy on trade and finance, on the diplomatic situation and on things generally, next Monday. It is hoped that the House may adjourn j on-Tuesday, but everyi-hing depends on the Lords. If they at'e exceedingly com- plaisant -in dealing with the Govornment Bills still to be considered or reconsidered the hope may be fulfilled. If not, there will be_a sitting on Wednesday.
COMRADES of he GREAT WAR (Swansea Branch). PEACE CARNIVAL FRIDAY- | The ALL SIR GARNET'S CONCERT PARTY, augmented by INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS MINSTREL TROUPE, at 3.30 p.m. BAND CONCERT at 3.30,p.m. WHIST DRIVE and DANCE at 7.30. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16th, GRAND mi-National Eisteddfod, To Commence at 1 p.m. • Tests at 10 a.m. at St. Paul's Schoolroom, Chief Choral, 7,30 prompt. Juvenile Choral, 4 p.m. prompt, This YearJs National Winners Prominent Come and Hear Cymru's Best Vocalists. CIOmos arid Tlear Best,. VETCH FIELD. Saturday, 16th August, 1919 I TRIAL MATCH. Kick Off 6 p. m. Admission 6d., Boys 3d. Proceeds for the Swansea Hospital. Swansea Port Sanitary Authority, UNIFORM* CLOTHING FOR INSPECTORS. The Swansea Port Sanitary Authority invite TENDERS for the Supply of UNIFORM CLOTHING for INSPEC- TORS as follows: Six Serge: Suits, Six Extra Trousers, Six Mackintoshes, Six Overcoats, and Six Caps and Badges. Particulars may be obtained on appli- cation to the Chief Port Sanitary Inspec- I tor, 10, Somerset-place, Swansea. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Swansea.. Port Sanitary Authority, Tender for Uniform Clothing," with samples of cloth, etc., must be delivered at my Office not later than 12 Noon on Tuesday, the 9th September, 1919. The Authority do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. H. LANG ('OATH, Clerk. Guildhall Fwansea, 14t;h August. 1919. SHAFTESBURY HALL, ST. HELENA ROAD, SWANSEA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1919. Mr. Joseph Harris Will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Hall and date, a Large Quan- tify of Superior Household Furniture AND OTHER EFFECTS, which will have been removed from a gentleman's residence to the above Hall for convenience of Sale. Full particulars will appear in to- morrow's papers. Auctioneer's Offices; 1. George-street, Swansea. Tel. No. H59 Docks. ￼ TVH.E SWANSEA AND DISTRICT CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY beg to an- nounce that their Bakers are Resuming Work TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), the 15th inst., when we shall be able to Supply all Demands.
Swansea and District Master Bakers' Association. PUBLiC NOTICE. j PUBL!C NOTICE. j In view of the Resumption of Work by the Operativ ( Bakers, there will be the Usual I DELIVERY OF BREAD On and After TO-MORRO N' (FRIDAY). Thos. P., Dayip, Secretart. ■" A
Cont.inued from preceding Column. agreed with the amendment from the Upper House. A proposed amendment by the Govern- ment to a clause inserted by the Lord. dealing with the composition of the Rail- way Advisory Committee was the subject of protracted discussion, ending 'n a divi- sion in which the Government's amend- ment TO agreed to, Ths House adjourned at 7,35 a.m.