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FOR THE FUND. To-days Donations. The Executive Comm'ttee of the ♦Widows' and Orphans' (and Child- ten's Summer Home) Fund held & long meeting at the Chamber of .Commerce on Friday evening, when a large number of matters were at- tended to. The first point was the aim of the Fund, and Mr. H. Stanley L. Cook (who was in the chair) stated that the estimates of .he summer home having been gone into, it was felt that £5,000 would be. quite in- sufficient to meet all their needs if the Fund intended to continue the usual grants to the widows and children-at Christmas time (a pro- ject which the committee were efcronglv of opinion could not be al- lowed "Llo- drop) if the children's treats were to be kept up and the Bummer home scheme carried orit on lines worthy a great town like Swansea. Mr. Cook suggested that ■they should aim at £ 10,000. Upon the committee were keen business men who had shown their faith in iho scheme by subscribing very generously, and the public of Swan- sea needed no other assurance that ilie money xVould be carefully and Kconomically allocated. Sir Charles Ruthen, Mr. A. If. jCooze, and Mr- J. W. Jones, J.P., oil agreed that they ought to sA itheir aim for £10,000, and the aneeting iiffatiimously Mr. David Roberts. J.P.; hon. treasurer, presented the financial statement. The Chairman thought the bal- ance sheet very satisfactory, anèl cm the motion of Mr. Jones, seconded bv Mrs. Harris, it was de- cided that the full statement should be published. It was unanimously decided to ask Mr. Trevor Bowen, Dr. Thomasj Evans (Medical Officer of Health), and Mr. H. R. Wakefield (Juvenilui Employment Officer) to 'join the committee. These three gentle-, amen have taken the utmost interest jl). the summer home project in a iverv practical wav. J First to be acknowledged with ferafcifcude to-day is a furtlher fine donation of 100 guineas—this time from Messrs. Harries Bros. and Co., shipowners, coal exporters, etc., Pembroke Buildings, Swansea. To-day's subscriptions also include 43 Is., which has been sent with if he following letter:— G.W.R. Goods Department, < High-street Station. The combined staffs (office, platform, cartage ani yard) at I Swansea High-street Goods Sta- tion commemorated the Arrrvs- tice anniversary in a practical manner by contributing to the funds of the Widows and Orphans, and on behalf of the 86 contributors I have much plea- sure in enclosing C3 Is. A large proportion of the staffs are ex Service men, and all gave with a good heart, and wish the very deserving fund in aid of the widows and orphans every pos- sible success. I sincerely hope that it will be found possible for us to send you another donation in good time to buy the youngsters something for the thnstma-s Tree. Yours faithfully, (Signed) R. H. Rees. Mr. H. S. Alabaster, the well- known Swansea tailor, again shows his interest- in the children by mak- ing a contribution of ten guineas. There is a anonymous donation of j65. and amongst other ^inscrip- tions is one of a pathetic nature: In memory of Will." S he hon treasurer is Mr. David Roberts, J. P., 61, Wind-street, Swansea, -and the bon. secretary: Mr. J, D. Williams, "Cambria Daily Leader," Vith Swansea. .-ith Mr. H. Stanley L. Cook, East. Burrows, Swansea, oe chairman, All of Whom will be glad to re. I teive your donation. SUBSCRIPTIONS. I £ e. d. ttw:insoa Branch of the British R«t Cross Society (per Mrs. C. H. Eden, the Lady Chair- man) 2f.2 10 #! 141 T. P. Rose Richards. 105 0 0 lifr. W. Turpin 105 0 0 Mr. Trevor Bowen 105 0 0 Ms. Harries Bros, and Co.. shipowners, Pembroke Build- ings 105 e ft Well Wisher 100 » MlIjnr G. S. Harries 1M ft 0 "Another Well Wisher 100 0 0 &r. Harry G. Thomas, Bryn- heulog. Blaekpill 20 0 0 tir Charles and Lady Ruthen 10 10 0 Mr. J. B. Edwards, Penallt, Sketty 10 10 0 Mr. II. S. Alabaster, 45, Castle 1 Bailev-etreet 10 10 0 f r. Wilfrid H. Thomas, U. Camhrian-place 10 0 0 ￼ jr9ot of Next WM*A?? ?' '?,<" ?'?
MAYOR S SUNDAY. Programme For First Peace Procession. To-morrow s Arrange- I ments. I To-morrow's Mayoral service at St. Mary's Parish Church should be very largely attended. The Vicar of Swansea (the Rev. Harrington Lees) has caused special arrangements to be made, and I seating accommodation has been reserved for the principal participants in the pro- cession, including the discharged and de- mobilised soldiers and sailors. His Worship will read the first lesson, and Mr. Arthur Andrews, President of the Chamber of Commerce, the second lesson. Mr Baynhan, the organist, has I arranged a special musical service, and, in addition to the selected anthem, Jackson's Te Deum will be sung. Everything points to the service being one of the finest held since the pre-war days, and those members of the public who wisli to attend are requested to be in their seats early in order to avoid dis- organisation. THE DISABLED SOLDIERS. In order that the disabled soldiers may bo able to take advantage of the seats ftserved by the Vicar, Mr. David James has kindly loaned a cnar-a-nanc, and Sir Charles Ruthen la motor car to convey them from the hospital to church and back. Mr. W. F. Francis (secretary of the Swansea branch of the D. and D.S. and S.), asks us to give publicity to a request which he has received from Commander Gilchrist, that a Naval party for the pro- cession shall be augmented by any Navy men who kave uniform. I PROGRAMME. Fall in-East Burrows, facing Guild-1 halL-Mounted Police, H.M. Navy, H.M. Military Forces. Discharged and Demobi- lised Sailors and Soldiers' Band, Dis- charged and Demobilised Sailors and Sol- diers, Comrades of the Great AVar. 3rd Glam. Volunteer Regiment, Glamorgan Motor Volunteers, Grammar School Cadets, St. John's Ambulance Brigade, British Red Cross Men's Detachment, British Red Cross Nurses, Naval and Military War Pensions "Welfare League. Fall in-Cambrian Place, facing East Burrows. Tramway Band, Tramway Em- ployees, Harbour Employees, Pilots, United Service Brigade, Trade Union organisations, R.A-O. Buffaloes, Salva- tion Army Band, Friendly Societies, Band of øtmd, Total Abstinence Unioto. Fall in-Piêret, facing East Bur- rows.Te}egraphM&t!enger' Band. Post- men. Telegraphists, and Telegraph Mes- sengers, Swansea Boys' Naval Brigade, Pea Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Guides. Grammar School Boys, Church Lads' Brigade, Boys Life Brigade, Young Men's Christian Association. Fall in—Ferryside.—St. Joseph's Brass Band, Licensed Victuallers' Association. Swansea Cymrodorion Society, Drapers' and Clothiers' Association, Swansea Hebrew Congregation, Burgesses and Visi- tors, Swansea Master Printers' Associa- tion, Swansea Typographical Association, National Union of Journalists, South Wales Branch. Fall in-Guildhall Yard.r-Police Band, Borough Police. Volunteer Special Con- stables, Harbour Police, Harbour Trus- tees and Officials. Consnls and Vice-Con- suls, Government Officials, Masonic Societies. Police Surgeon, Chief Constable, Clerk to the Justices and Deputy Clerk, Justices, Coroner and Deputy Coroner, Board of Guardians, Corporation Officials. Town Councillors, Aldermen, Knights, Baronets, Sheriff and Under Sheriff. Mace Bearers, the ex-Mayor. Javelin men,! His Worship the Mayor, Javelin men, and Town Clerk. I THE ROUTE. The route will be Wind-street, Captle- street, High-street. Alexandra-road, Dela- beche-street, Cradock-street, Union-street, Oxford-street, Waterloo-street, Church- street. When the head of the procession reaches the church gates they will open out and turn inwards and allow the Mayor and officials to pass through.
I OSCAR SNELLING. I Memorial Service In Albert Hall. It is now nearly three years since Swansea lost an honoured citizen, the Rev. Oscar Snelling, who passed to his re- ward on November 23rd, 1916. On Sun- day evening next, his son, Mr. Basil Snelling, hopes to preside at the Albert Hall service, and will make the occasion a memorial service. ■ The very numerous friend of Mr. Snelling will doubtless he glad to have this mtimation. 5
PONTARDAWE LAW STUDENT.! Mr. and Mrs. Bevan, of Gellygron, Pontardawe, received news on Friday n'ght that their aon, Mr. D. W. Bevan, had WU successful in passing the final law exarnination in London. Mr. Bevan is only 27 years of age, and waa demobij- ised last April, after serving in the army November, 1915. He was artioled with Mr. A. Jcstyn Jeffreys, solicitor. Ncnth.
I SWANSEA HERO. Coal Owner's Son Decorated. Among reecnt awards of the D.S.M. is that to Mr. Montagu Vvilliams, It-N., for gallant and distinguished service as a volunteer on H.M.b. Juluar when that vessel attempted to reach Kut-el- Amareh with stores for the besieged gar- rison on April 24, 1916." Unfortunately the plucky attempts failed, and the volunteers (what remained rf them) I were captured by the Turks, in whose hands they remained for two years and seven months. Mr. Montagu Williams is the fifth son of the late Mr. Wiliiain Edgar Williams, J.P., colliery )roprictor of Swansea and Cardilf, better known as "Igardo." Mr. Williams is shortly to be married to Miss Ethel daughter of Mr. E. F. l'Estrange, of I Sparkbrook. Birmingham.
I I NEW VENTURE. Portfacawl Ship-Breakiig Project. ¡ The Porthcawl Harbour authorities have received an intimation that the Gov- ernment has sold an obsolete torpedo- boat, named the Batt, to a firm at Porth- cawl, and that it is now being towed into Porthcawl from London. Our correspon- dent learns that Mr. Hayes, of the Foun- dry, Maesteg, is the purchaser of the Batt, and that he has also purchased boats in London and Portsmouth. Mr. Hayes intends getting the 6teamets into the outer basin for dismantling, and then into the Great Western inner basin or dock for breaking up. This work will give employment to a number of local men for six or nine months.
LITTLE NANCY DAVIES. Swansea Empire Manager's Protege. A dainty little Swansea girl i6 earning A big name for herself at the Cardiff Empire this week. She is little Nancy Davies. She is a purely Welsh product. Although a « teeny-weeny dot, there is nothing of the infant prodigy about Nancy, who is a natural comedienne, with a charming naivete. She is a new- comer to the variety stage, and possesses a personality which should at once put her on good terms with audiences. She is the daughter of Mr. William Davies. 73. Panygraig-terrace, Swansea. Her mother I is a native of Cardiff, having lived for some years in Stacey-road. Nancy is one of the many finds of Mr. George Richardson, the popular man- ager of the Swansea Empire.
t PAULEY FAMILY. r i Contractor "Hammered" by Wife. and Son. r Morgan x^avitfs, cwuiauiyi. was summoned at Pontardawe on Friday by his wife for alleged desertion. Defendant said that he had been ham- mered by his wife and son after he had given his wif", some money. He alleged that he had also been struck on the head with a tin of corned beef. It transpired that there was an old order of 25s. made against defendant, and it was decided that the defendant should pay under that order.. i> —
I SWANSEA FUNERAL. I Late Master Hubert Leslie Scrensen Hubert Leslie Sorensen, the dearly be- loved son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sorensen, 23, Brynymor-road, Swansea, was laid to rest at Cockett Church on Friday. The service was conducted by the Rev. D. L. Thomas (vicar) and Rev E. Jolliffe was amongst those present. The chief mourners were Messrs. S. Sorensen (father), R. Sorensen, W Sorensen, E. Senbury, J. Lewis, A. Williams, J. Hos- kins (uncles), W. Hoskins, J. Morgan, Fred Webber (cousins), W. Matthew, T. Edward (uncle), and M. Lambert. Wreaths were sent by the following: Sorrowing Mamma and Daddie, Brothers and Sister, Cousin Tom, Uncle Willie and Gladys, Uncle Arthur and Meta, Ted and- Eddie, John and Annie, Fred and Lizzie, Cousin Jim tnd family, Teacher and Schoolmates, Mr. and Mrs. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Trebble and family, Mr. C. Evans and Sons, Mr. and Mrs. Poulton, Mrs. Bowman and Eva, Frank and Henry Easterbrook.
I FFORESTFACH DRAWING. At a draw mad by Mr. Wm. Isaac, Ef?Iw?n Forge, Fforp?tfach. for a horse, cart and harne?!. the winning numWrj wmn5.
W. Y. BROWN BETTER. Wiring from London, "Cygnet" A that W. Y. Brown's indisposition is not ns serious ns was at first feared. lIe has been suffering from influenza and quinsy, bnf: is now very much better, and in a week or so will be fit to don once more the Swans' colours.
I OXFORD STREET UNITED METHODISTS. Oxford-street United Methodist Church (gwanets) has been greatly disappointed in that at the Inst moment, the visit of the Rev J. Moore, the president of the Connexion, ha3 had to be cancelled owijig to his illness. In consequence of this the Rev. J. Minnis preaches in the morning, and the Rev. John. Matthews, of Fabiafc's Bay, iias kindly concerned to fill the racancy ih tlnl-evening.
I MR. LOUIS CALVERT. ) We have received a letter from Mr. T. Byrné, the manager of the Grand Theatre, in which lie siys: I read with intsrest vour reference to a pre- vious visit of Mr. Louis Calvert to the Star Theatre in To-day's Gossip of Friday's issue of your paper and the narts played, but I notice that in reply to Constant Reader you are douht- ful as to Mr. Calvert eve* having played Pieri-e Lorrance in I Pro-of.' "I am reminded liS" an old Swansea. playgoer that Mr. Ca|veit did apper- in that part with his n?-n company if this theatre, and on LOOlrtgup the file 1 find that it was during the week commencing September €th,189?.? ;?jM?-'<??'t<h?.?Lt?.<?'?- ?' ￼ ￼
ARMY REDUCTION. Three Million Demob- ilised. The War Office reports that 156,341 officers and 3,533,712 non-commissioned ofifcers and men have now been demobi- lised or discharged from the Artny. The number set free during the week ending the 12th inst. was 53,734. Since the Armistice the fighting arms of the Service have been reduced by 2,216 units, and the Royal Army Service Corps and the Labour Corps by 1,100 units. I RETARDED DISBANDMENT. I Large. reductions of units have also been made in the Royal Army Medical Corps. Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, and Army Pay Corps, but the spoedy disbandment of administrative units is still being re- tarded by the necessity of attending to patients in hospitals and of clearing up arms, equipment, transport, horses, and accounts. For these purposes cadre un its have had in many cases to be main- tained. Approximately, 2o6 such units still remain in the fighting areas alone.
I MARRIAGE BOOM. I I Registrar-General's Cheery Figures. I The Registrar-General has a much 'I cheerier report to make of last quarter's bills of mortality than for a long time j past. j Births registered in England and Wales dnring the three months ended Septem- ber 30th were 175,367, and deaths were SIM 12. There were 26,543 more, births than in the preceding quarter, and 6,916 more than in the third quarter of 1918. The rate was 18.5 per 1.000. Males numbered 90,161 and females 85,206. Male births were to female births as 1,050 to 1,000. The average proportion for tm years in the third quarter is 1,0!1. Deaths were 19,318 fewer than in the preceding quarter, and 25.106 fewer than I in the third quarter of 1918. Civilian I deaths were 10.1 per 1,000. I Infant mortality, measured by the pro- portion of deaths under one year to regis- tered births, was equal to 70 per 1,000, being 34 per 1,000 below the average in the ten preceding third quarters, and the lowest recorded rate for "any quarter of the year. In the United Kingdom 196,191 births jj and 145,912 deaths were registered for the second quarter, ending in June.. The 'I natural increase of population was, there- fore, 50,279. The number of persons married in the second quarter 1 was 288,618. -it these 202.1 tu were r irf-Iod in England and Wales, an increase of 81,866 over the number in the preceding quarter, and 67,902 more than in the 6. cond quarter of 1918.
I MYSTERY DEBTOR. I I All Obligations Met. I The rase of the mysterious unnamed wealthy debtor who got into difficulties owing to contractual obligations entered into by his father, was again before the Court of Appeal yesterday. It was stated that:— Unfiecured creditors have been paid in full. Secured creditors have released the debtor from his personal obligations. Proceedings are being taken to rescind the receiving order. The debtor is willing to pay the costs erf f-he appeal. The court granted a further stay of the bonkruntcy proceedings for a fortnight in order that certain formalities might be completed.
AT ST. DAV I D'S. I Reception of New Rector on I Sunday. According to time honoured custom the nember.; of St. David's congregation will assemble in the schoolroom after the High Mass to-morrow morning to welcome Father F. R. Asp:nall. their new rector. Although unkn uvn in Swansea. he is in no way a stranger to the kreli-Diocese of Cardiff. After a few years study in Rome he occupied the Chair of Philosophy at Belmont Pro-Cathedral, and was a resident Canon of the Chapter, of which the late Canon Gwycl,'r, ',of hallowed memory, was aleo a member. kt the end of eight years, relinquishing the tille and dignity of Canon, he took up the duty oi Procurator at Douai Abbey, Wool- f hampton, where several Swansea boys rp being- ed'te t'wj. After serving the nnss'on at Vv.vitc.rt- le-dale he comes as Rector of St. David's, where he will be assisted by Fathers Orfla-re, O.S.B., and Simpson, O.S.B. St. Illtyd's, Danvgraig, like its parent church St. Davids also has a new Rector in the person of Father Coll'ngwood, a recently demobilised Army Chaplain.
J THE MAURETANIA. I I The Cunard Liner, Mauretania, is leav- ing Southampton on Tuesday, November 18th for New York. via Cherbourg. Al- though the Mauretania has called on sev- eral occasions at Cherbourg Eastbound. her forthcoming trip inaugurates a regu- lar Westbound call.
I A SUGGESTION IN REGARD I TO OUR RETURNED HEROES. I To the Editor. 1 Sir,—Almost every day one reads in different papers what other towns and villages have done for their returned men who took part in the great war. Only on Thursday last Sketty called together her demobilised men to present each of them with a souvenir to show their gratitude to those who went out. Surely Swansea people will not be lacking in getting to- gether, and presenting tome token, how- ever small, to each of the returned men, not forgetting those who are yet to come back. May I appeal, through your paper, to the Mayor, Col. Sinclair, to see that iho suggestion is not allowed to fall through? Let Swansea show the meg that their services rendered in the great war w,ere-ai)preciate,d.-Y,oiirs, etc., 1 As Ex-Soldier/s Wife. Ex4 ttrier!? ? ??.<' ￼ )'<a?-M ￼ ￼
GASH IN THROAT.! i I ———*——— Bonymaen Man Removed to Hospital. j At about 7 oeldek on Friday night, F.C. (133) Buper was called to a house in Cel n Road, Bonymaen, where he found John i Rees, (46), a labourer employed at the j Duffryn Works, lying on his back on the i floor in the kitchen, with a large gash in j his throat. Dr. Jones of Llansamlet, was called, and after rendering first aid ordered the man's removal to the Hospital, where he was J detained. ¡
I BEWILDERED." I I I Vicar as Co-respondent. A decree nisi with costs and custody 0: the children was granted in the Divorce Court on Friday in the unde- fended petition of Mr. Percy Stowell, secretary to a limited company, for the dissolution of his marriage with his wife, Rosie Emily Stowell, on the ground of her misconduct with Mr. Frederick Lindon Coulston Parkyn, formerlv vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Southport. Petitioner said they were married in December, 1903, and afterwards lived at Alexandra-road, Southport. She became friendly with the co-respondent. He sug- gested iliat the friendship was going too far and should be stopped. They both -aid there was no harm in it. Some time later co-respondent resigned the living of Holy Trinity, where peti- tioner was sidesman, and became an Army chaplain. DISCOVERED LETTER. Petitioner discovered a letter from him to respondent written in very affection- ate terms, and in consequence wrote a strong letter to co-respondent in France. In reply he got a letter from the co- respondent, in the course of which he said:—" I am bewildered by the trouble; which my overwhelming attachment to R.' (the resppndent) has caused. U There is a mystery about the growth this attachment which I can only say has nothing to do with the side of human ■elationship usually associated with such iiappenings as are the cause of domestic trouble such as this. I cannot experience deeper or more bewildering pain. Neither has my life ivork been a mockery, for no man has clone his work more faithfully or ear- nestly than I have. Your reference to vour children has made me feel that if I can keep their mother with them I must, and consequently save my own chil- dren their father. I shall pray as f hare twVcr pv ^rd i. >y fa to havQ the influence to trg-p her to do what you ask I will do this for her sake and all the children's and the Church's. The manner of my doing this you must leave to me. I cannot spurn her, nor can I point to my own outward ruin. STRONG APPEAL. I believe I can best effect this end by a strong appeal on other grounds which will help her to understand, and myself too, that such love as we have for each other must strengthen us for the fulfil- i inent of the highest duty." Petitioned added that in August, 1.918, 1 he had taken the children for t holiday, and while away he received a letter from J his wife, in which she said, I will make! a wrench from Fred outwardly alto- gether. You do Dot know what this means to me, and when I say to you on my honour that I will neither write him nor see him you must surely trust me., So that, if you are willing to start afresh, I am, and I will surely do my level bf>6t t, make things brighter again, but do not expect great things at once." Evidence was given that respondent and co'respondent had stayed together at the Greyhound Hotel, Richmond.
VALLEY FAILURE. Caused by Actions Foiiowing I Motor Accident. I A meeting of the creditors of William I Langdon, a collier, of 48, Gough-road, j Ystalyfera, was called for Saturday morn- ing at the Official Receiver's Office, St. Mary-street, Swansea. I No creditors were present, so that the Official Receiver remains trustee. I The gross liabilities arc gh'on as £ 261 !0?. 4d., and expected to ran? foi dindenrl £ 280 8s. 4d. Assets are £4-2 19s.. and the I deliciency £217 10s. 4d. Debtor gives as the cause of his failure a motor car accident, which resulted in j two actions being brought against hiin I for damages, in which actions he was unsuccessful- I
DERSHOT COm- i^D. -1 Rawlinson Takes Over. j General Lord' H. S. Rawlinson will to- day take over the Aldershot Command in I plade of General Sir Archbald Murray as (?.O-C.-in-Chicf. who bade farewell to the I troops of the command in a special order issued yesterday. i
WEST GLAM. CHEMISTS. ] The West Glamorgan Chemists and Druggists' Association held its alternate monthly meeting at the Cameron Hotel, SwaiiAea, hi.^t Thursday afternoon.
INJURED BY BALE OF WOOL. Whilst following his employment as a transport worker, William of 128, Port Tennant-road, Swansea, sus- tained injuries tlimilgli a bale of wool falling on him which necessitated his re- moval to flie Swansea Hospital, where he was detained- ._j „ ￼ ??
I TO'CAY?S ?C?C[< ￼ ￼ A'At?Ng, ?. I w •>$%—Cl-a-Ho-fi 1. PoT-erfo! 2, Raavuy, t FitTf ygj}. ■ ..j. u .r" IJWJ HVf.titta score; :?¡.'A otmil6;SfI. J > ■ • • • • t to f ■ i ￼ £ "j I J
CLUB SQUABBLE. Question of Widow's Suspension. Mr. Justice Roche, in the King's cnch- on Friday, dismissed with costs i action for damagos raised by Mrs. lice M. Young, an Australian widow, f Park Mansions, Knightsbridge, S. W gainst the Ladies' Imperial Club, Ltd., loorgate-street, London, who had BUS- "ended her and erased her name from lie list of members. She also asked for declaration that she was still a member f the club. On behalf of the club it was Merreq hat Mrs. Young had written Liters for- mulating charges against another mem- or of the club, and in May, 1918. the Executive Committee, at a. specially eon- i mod meeting, decided unanimously to ocommend her to resign her member- hip, on the ground that her conduct hip, injurious to the character and ntorest of the club." REFUSED TO RESIGN. I airs, roung, wno rerusea rsIgn, onied that she had been uilty of any onduct injurious to the character and nterest of the club. In giving judgment, Mr. Justice Tloche said he considered the facta of te case required than an injunction I lotdd not be granted, and he declined i grant a declaration. Mrs. Young as requd to Tign her mêmbep. 'ae refused to resign, and her name j a as then erased. The conduct complained of was an at- ick upon the German nationality dur- ng the war of another member nd upon ,ig private afid personal character of ?ie other member. It was afterwards dmitted that the charge of being ? Ger- an was unfounded, and it was not sug- ste(I that the otber charges wero any lore well-founded.
I SWANSEA BRANCH OF W.E.A. I The activity of the Swansea Bran& f ,he Workere Educational Association 1 re inng. Tutoral claew.s have beeD.' rranged in Sw?Tis?a, Landore, Morriston. ?f&reftttach. and a?rrang?m?nts are in i rogreaa of others at Sketty and Gower- 'on. Mr J. M. Mac?vi'h (the general j ecretarv of the .Association) is speaking J. t the Hi?t?' Grade School on Monday ??-t the Hi&%4r Ora& ,Rcliool o-n 3iondav )'1
FATHER AND SON. I Swansea Valley Charge Withdrawn I At Pontardawe Court on Friday, there was a charge down for hearing against Gwynrydd Joseph (23). of Treb3nos, for I the alleged theft of E47 from his btLer, I David Joseph. The father now stated that he did not wish to proceed with the case.. The magistrates consented to te with- drawal, but the Clerk told the prosecu- tor that he must understand that he could not institute criminnl roeeedings I for the purpose of recovering oncy.
Continued from preceding column. Lovcll'e Y'3 5 d Nonentity" 5 6 0 Leader" Mechanical Staff. 3 12 0 Combined staffs: Office, plat- form, cartage and yard at High-street goods station 3 1 D Mr. Fred Jenkins, 34, Haw- thorne-avenue 2 2 0 Collection at the Blind Institu- tion 1 10 0 Haydn Lang Jenkins, 34, Haw- thorne-ai,eiiue 110 Mr. John Evans, Gower-street 110 Mr. T. Gilbert Jones. 13, Sketty road 110 Mr. M. Mendleson, 21, Fabian. street, St. Thomas 1 1 0 A Few Swansea Friends 0 12 0 Ms. J. W. Gny, newsagent and tobacconist. Uplands. ft 1ft 0 In memory of Will 0 10 0 Mr. Owen Enoch. Alexandra- arcade 0 In 0 Galatians vi., 10; Psalms 41, 1— 0 5 0 Standard V. Waun Wen Boys' r" Rr.ool.JU'I,ur' a liZ*. ■"WP' )