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Children's Corner. -

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Children's Corner. BY UNCLE JOHN The puzzle poetry-" We Met"—seems to have attracted a lot of attention, for other youn poets have to-day sent me in some verges on the same subject, and the letters. which came with the lines are quite cheering. Thank you—contributors and friends. David Jones, King Edward-road. Swansea, writes.— Dear Uncle John,—I thought before coming to Frank's Reply in last Right's leader that tho answer was the letter 'S.' After reading the verses, I wrote the following, with my Uncle William's help,— She's easy first' at Skewen, She doesn't like Landore, She never liked Cwmbwrla, Pembrey or Glanymor; She never visits Langland— She's struck on Caswell Bay,. She sometimes goes to Betfws Fair To spend a pleasant day." A VOICE FROM LLANSAMLET. T" i i,er lis now, tor a change, listen to a voice from Llansamlet Doris Jenkins (age 13), UpperPeniol Green. Llansamlet. &-i-vsl- Dear Uncle John,—I have taken great interest in the "Children's Corner" every evening s'nee it started. But thrs is the first occasion for me to Write to you, although I have made several at- tempts before, I will now start with a few l^nes of Welsh: ■ Cas tref heb oleu. Cas goleii onct goleuni dydd. Cos dydd ond dydd heddweh. Cas heddweh ond heddweh pur. LLANELLY NEXT. Dear Uncle Joh-n,-Yotir corner in he Cambria Daily Leader is very in. leresfoing, so I will glve you a riddle. Wha.t is as round has a hoop, a.s black (19 coal, and has a long stem with a Little hùlf\ ;n it"-A fry lng-pan. From your niece. Donis Wil]M,13. I Marsh-street, Llanelly. BACK TO SWANSEA. Here are a few mixed Fddlea: 54, Ceoil-stroet, Manselton, Swansea.— Dear Uncle John.-Your "corner" is vory interesting, and I l'b it very much indeed I am sending yousotne riddles and jokes to help and fill up an after- noon chat-—From your loving nephew, Leonard Powell (age 10$yea.rs). What goes in, white and comes out ,black?-A e-ollier. What is green, then red, then black?— A blackberry. What is that, that the longer iit lives the shorter it goesp—A candle. Why is a washerwoman like a sari lor ?— Because she goes from pole to pole. When a boy not a boy ?—When < he falls into a river and comc., out divpping. A Riddle in Rhyme. I travel often over land and sea: Soldier and sat'lor both think much of me. When the bells ring I ofttln make display. And in processions I'm both birght and gay. A little boy can carry me along, Although sometimes Nnjy bearer must be strong; I'm seen on water, also on land, And though sometimes I'm small, I'm often grand.—A flag.

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