t\ *— i i j KidMy Warnm?s Winter Mornings Every Pictiti,e tells a Story." ( Indoor Morning Exercise Advised Bad weather, bad habits, bad blood and bad kidneys i What a bad outlook to wake up to! But why give way? 3 All are avoidable except the weather. Right living will stir | tho blood a.nd rest the kidneys, will brighten the outlook and | put a stop to those morning warnings of kidney ,veakness;- I dropsical eyes, bad palate and bad head; rheumatic muscles and uric-acid joints; stiff shoulders and pains in the back. Live plainly, avoid overwork, worn-, late hours and alcohol P^ to keep the system free from excess uric acid. Then, get the j blood circulating properly—stir it up by physical exercise I first thing when you rise from bed-this will relieve the blood- | | cleansing task cf the kidneys. Let Doan's Backache Kidney J Pills assist if medicine is needed; they are well recommended. Proof in Swansea There is ample proof in your own town of how Doan's Pills I assist. Ask people you know, your neighbours round about: j i you will find that for twenty yoars' this special kidney medicine j has held their good opinions. Rend of how Doan's t eilc-fits last:— Two Years Rid of Lumbago j On 6th May. i015, Mr. J. .?teer, of 9, Evans Terrace, Swanseu.. said I have been subject to lumbago for years. It was very dii?cu)t to straighten m;y(H after bending. "At last I \v?s recommended I to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I had relief from the 'nrst: the pain gradually went away, and now 1 am quite free of the complaint. Doan's Pills i are, without doubt, a fine § kidney medicine, and I recom- I mend them without heBitation." (Signed) J. Steer." 3 On 20th Nov-amber, 1918, I Mr. Steer said:—" I am first- g rate now. I have kept free of lumbago since Doan's Back- | ache Kidney Pills cured me." | I Backache and Urinary Trouble I 3 On 3rd March. 1915, Mrs. E. Spearman, of 7. Brvmne'yn j Street. Swansea. said:—" I. used to suffer dreadfully at tine time with pains across my back. After bending I could "'f- hardly stand upright. I had severe headaches, too, aud there .was' disorder in .h3 urinary system. ¡¡,. I 1. h D l' 1 < "I started with Doan's Back- ache Kidney Pills, and after I | had used two boxes all the pains I left me. and I was cured. I h heartily recommend Doan's | Pills, as I have proved them worthy of it." | (Signed) E. Spearman." ■ On 20th November, 1918, I Mrs. Spearman said:—" I am 9 in splendid health now thanks I to Doan's Pills." i I Kidney Trouble after a Cold I On 4th May, 1915, Mr. H. J. T-,ag-oatt, of 48, Windmill Terrace, Swansea, said:—" I I'. have been troubled for months. consequent on a cold. There was a continuous pain across Inv back, and the kidney excretions were far from right. !» "I tried medicine for the compliint, but not getting the U 1 relief I needed, I took Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. These 8 prpved beneficial; a course | completely cure? me, and there | has been no return. Doan's | Pills are excellent, aud wortbv of all praise." 8 (Signed) H. J. Eaggatt." § On 20th November, 1918, Mr. I Uaggatt said :—" I am fit and | well thanks to Doan's Pills | that cured me." I t K ™ Write for Doan's Free Exercise Chart. (Address as below.) The malters of Doan's Pills believe so fully i/1 the hclnfuZnp."s of regular morning exercise a8 a yyterrns of preventing disease 1 « that a special ten minute Exercise Chart will be sent post /r<?<' to all ivho desire it. Suitable for women as well as for men. | s I Backache Kidney Pills. j All dealers, or 2l9 a box post free from Foster- I McClellan Co., 8, Wells St.Oxford St., Londo'n, W.l. I v* "I I ? ￼ I
FFORESTFACH FIRE. I Stores Gutted& £ 1,000 Damage Caused. — j A fire. which caused damage estimated at ?1,000, broke out at the stores of Mr. Thomas Jenkins. ironmonger, l'forCi>t- fach, on Tuesday morning. The alarm was given to the Swansea Fire Brigade v Mrs. Taylor, wife of P.S. Taylor, and when Inspector Evans and his men arrived they found a cor- rugated iron ttores, containing enamel ware and oil, burning fiercely. By nine o'clock the tire was extinguished. The stores were. gutted, but the prompt ar- rival of the Brigade prevented the spread- ing of the fire to adjoining stables and stores, containing 1,000 gallons of oil. The Brigade was a&sisted by a number of neighbours, who did go work by throwing earth on the fire. The stores were not insured.
HISTORIC APPEAL. I I ¡ j Crown and Convicted Murderer. I Few stranger scenes have taken place in thfi House of Lords than that which occurred on Tuesday, when, for the first time in history, a convicted murderer sat inside the Gilded Chamber and lis- tened to tho legal argument of eight noble lords as to whether he should live or die. The Lord Chancellor sat nt a table strewn with leather-bound books of law. Seated on either side of him were the other members of the Court, Lords Hal- dane, Butkniastor, Dunedir.o, Atkinson, Sumner, and Phillimore, and the Lord Chief Justice (Lord Heading1. I OBVIOUS NERVOUSNESS. I In a corner to the left of the Chan- cellor. and rear to the Bar of the iioujse, Fat the prisoner, Arthur Beard. Two warders guarded him, and his obvious nervousness was not lessened by the con- tinued gaze of the general public imnJe- diately facing him. A few montlls ago Beard wput HI rough the terrible ordeal of being sentenced to death for murdering little hy Wood in a Cheshire IniU. On appeal his sentenced was reduced to twenty years' penal servi- tude. for manslaughter. Following on this decision the Director of Public Prosecutions took 1h(>. unpre- cedented course ot appealing to the judg- ment of the House of Lords. The point in dispute was whether a man who in drink in seeking to commit one crime unwittingly committed another was responsible for this latter action. After legnl arruments bv the Actoney- Gcneral. the Cou rt adj ourned until Wednesday
HOUSING. I HOUSING.. Conference of Local I Authorities. j A conference of representatives of local authorities in South Wales was held at Newport on Tuesday, under the auspices of the National Housing and Town Plan- I ning Council. Ur. Lie uf|?r Thomas pre- sided. I DECISIONS. j The meeting adopted a resolution favour- ing the introduction of scientific costing, as being specially adapted to the various types of tenders to be carried out on a cost plus profit basis. Regarding the delays and difficulties jn the supply of building materials a resolu- tion was passed drawing attention of the Ministry to tho gravity of complaints made by local authorities, and urging the Government to take the ncce-.sirv steps to ensure the supply of materials for house building being placed under the Ministry of Health. Mr. Henry Aldridge. alluding to the ncw Bill, suggested they should condemn I the subsidy. He did not think it would help them at all. The conference carried a resolution that no subsidies should bo given for any houses below the standards laid down in the manual issued by the Ministry of Health. Resolutions to snort circuit" methods I of procedure with c<?ard to technical and documentary requirements and nr?in? the Government to promote legislation to deal with possible losses to local authori- ties or otlier agencies may incur through building upon land under which excava- tions have been made, or may lx> made, for the purpose of extracting ccal ..I' other minerals, were carried unanimously with- out comment. I ELECTIONS. I Elections to the district executive Com- mittee a l ea, of the Housing Commission inc'nded — Cities <md Boroughs—Abom von. Mr. C Matthews; Abergavenny. Mr. C. Graham: Neath, Mr. J- Recs: Llanelly, Aid. J Hughes; Cardiff, Alderman Koberts: Swansea, tho Chairman of the Housing Committee. Kurd Councils.—Neath, Ifr. Prosper •, Pcnybont, Mr. S. Davies; Swansea, Mr. W. E. Evans; Gower, Mr. H. Davies. Urban Areas (the only contested elec- tions).— Maesteg. Mr. John Evans; Ogmore and Garw. Mr. LI. Jones; Bribonferry. Mr. A. J. Clarke. Surveyors' Group.—Borough engineers of Cardiff. Mr E. J. Elford; Newport, Mr. C. F. Wnrd: Swn?sca. Mr. H. li?th: Xpath. Mr. D. M. Jrnldr?. iVnivn-iM Mr. Low: ?p.?h Rica!. A?". H. M. Davic? I
I EX-MODERATOR. I I Methodist Leader's Will. I The Rev. Hugh Borrow "-ili;am. of Llandudno, a former moderator of the Calvinistic Methodist Church of Wales, and one of the- be=t known of its mmi- ters, who died on August 2-ltli, left pro- pfrty ot the value of £J,301, with net per- to the widow and William Henry Barrow Willian"iS Son,
I LIFEBOAT MEMORIAL. I i I Small Deficit Worries the I Treasurer. There is 50 deficit of JE20 14s. tOd. in the Port Evnon Lifeboat Disaster ?vteriiorial Fund, which altogether, has cost about As a result of an appeal by Mr. A. D: Perkins ,the hon. secretary and treasurer, one sum of 10s. Gd. has been received. He would verv TuiiP11 l:1-~ tv^ Ivjl^nco. if the generous people of Swansea will be gr>od ^nouvh to send it. In Mr. Perkins' recent letter of appeal, he a1..0 tusked people who might have a photo of the old coxwain, Billy Gibbs, to let him havo it, and the effect of that is that two photos have been forwarded, one of which Mr. Perkins hopes to have re- produced on a post card that can be sold. 1
TO THE ANTIPODES Another Tour For the i Prince of Wales. Another overseas tour is being planned Jcurt tile Prince of Wales. Back a few weeks ago from his visit to Canada and the United States, he will leave for Aus- tralia and New Zealand in about three months. llis Royal Highness made the announce- ment himself yesterday, in acknowledg- ing a vote of thanks at the meeting of King Edward's Hospital Fund, over which he presided. He said: I am not going to be here very long now. i?, send 'ng me to Aiis- His Majesty is sending Me to Ans- trilia and New Zealand, which will necessitate my leaving this country prob- ably about March and being away six or seven months."
AMRITSAR AFFAIR. Mr. Montague and the Enquiry. Mr. Montagu (Secretary for India), answering a question by. Sir Donald M.aoloan as to the Amntsar riots, said he did not know when the result of the inquiry would be obtained. The committee wore at present taking evidence which he hoped would be com- pleted at the end of this month, and he would communicate the result to the House. PROFOUND DISTURBANCES. I Mr. Montagu isaid he could appreciate the profound disturbance caused III pu blie opiuion by the evidence pub- lished, but he trusted the House would agree that they were right in waiting for the impartial and authoritative pro- nouncement on all the facts and con- ditions as ascertained by Lord Hunter's committee. He had not received any detaile-d account of the circumstances, and he was not aware of the occurrence until lie saw the report in the newspapers.
MORE THAN INCOME I I Huge National Expen- diture. I 1 In the Commons on Tuesday Mr. Bald-I win informed Major Palmer that,, the average daily expenditure for 214 days ¡ from April 1 Lo October 31 was £ 4,630,227, and for the 24J days from April 1 to Nor- emher 30, £ .3,099,4%. ¡ Mr. Baldwin informed Mr. Hogge that I the national revenue for the current yeki i, Ul) to Decern!>er 13 was £ 04,915,580, and I the Exchequer issues £ 1,540,950,847. As the revenue was more unevenly dis- tributed throughout the year than expen- diture a direct comparison between the figures, he added, was misleading. I OUT-OF-WORK DOLES. Mr. Bonar Law aid the executive cf tho National Relief Fund was considering the question of the available funds for the relief of distress arising out of unem- ployment, and it was expected a decision wonld soon be readied, but hardly before Christmas. GERMANY PAYS. M'ChmduHL&hnedthnt 5,000 guns, 25.000 machine guns, 3,000 trench morrara. and 1,700 aeroplanes had be?n handed over by Germany. These were t lreu rps laid down in the Armistice terms. Their I were t2 locumotivs and 4,ttio wigoi "I re- maining to be delivered. All the muni- tions had been handed over.
j CAUGHT IN ACT. j Birmingham Girl's Heroism. Surprising two burglars in lioi- fitlicr's hn¡¡s at Kingsbu rv-road, Erdington, Birmingham, ?Uss Grace ?tartin forced th?m ?o sign a written confession oi their I guilt l>efore leaving. She told this story at the Birmingham I Police Court i Coates, .bricklayer, and Samuel Speed, a painter, were charged. Slio was complimented by ihe Bench. and the .reused was Cllt to the Quarter Sessions.
SKETTY BAZAAR. I Revived After Six Years. ,I For sundry reasons the annual Bazaar ami Christmas Tree in connection with Sket fy Church has been suspended for six years, and will he revived on Thursday, December 18th, in the Church JIm, and opened hy Rear Admiral A- W. Hcneage, C.B., M.V.O., at 2.30 p.m. A string band will play selections in the afternoon and evening. ■V large number of stalls will be pro- vided. including (wo parish stalls, basket, stall, PQund. stall, china and glass stall, C.F.S. stall, (Christmas tree, refreshment stall, men's stall. I
LANDO RE PIANIST. At Port Talbot Ivsteddfod, Miss Sal John, Treharue-road, Landoro wii s siie- cessful i;! winning the first prize in the chief pi i f'iorU. In 23 successive I Sal :dny>. Mis- Jehn has captured 20 ¡ n n(I two seeond.4, ojiiy losing I ■:one occasion. Dr. Aneurin Ree*, I .K.C.O., Gnmant. and Mr. John Cle-| roent, li.A.M., S%vtiisoa, wer(! ttic zid- indicators
I LLANGENNECH FUNERAL. j The death has taken place of Mr. Bi']n- I?y Jhivi?', youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dayi', Tile Bakery ..L?an- i gennech. Deceased was a very popular young man, and the funeral, for men only, at the Parish Church, was largely attended. Before the ..lege left the I house, the Rev. R. H. Roberts. M.A., Vicar of Llangennech, and the RtY. T. I (dp,r Jones, B.A., Vicar of i'elinfoel, conducted a short service. At the church the Revs. Jonathan Davies, B.A. (Pont- ardulais) and J..Aubrey, B.A. (Llwyn- hendy) n?o took part. t The chief mourners were: Mr. Timothy Davies (father), Rev. Oliver Davies, B.A., Curate of Ystalyfera, and Dr. Ernest Davies, London (brothers), Messrs. Edward Williams (grandfather), Walter Evans (U.C.W.), Gvresyn Evans (Cardiff). Emlyn Evans (Llangennech), James Randall (Dafen). Tom Jones and Dd. Edwards (Lampeter); Rhys Brace (Pontardulais). Bertie Dawson (Swan- sea), Martin Knoyle (solicitor and clerk to the U.D.C., Cwrnamman). Many other relatives were present, and beau- tiful wreaths were sent. Miss Dorothy Thomas presided nt the orpran.
Three Tenclawdd colliers, David J. Matthews, Wm. J. nrnnt" and David Williams were fined l'. each at Sw<*n«ea I County Police Court on Wednesday for 1 trespassing on the L aAA N. W. Railway.
FOLLOW THE I. B M?M W? IL JtJaLJLjt ￼ I ???f??T[yF? CROWD I TO I J. T. DAVIES'S I Fancy Bazaar, I 14, Walter Road. ?"??? ?? 17 s 6 (65 ONLY). \ir;l\ :->J These Seven Guinea Gramophones with Massive Solid Oak ￼ JH Chinùt, Worm Drive Silent Motor, Six Record Selections <-?? ? S ￼ ■' ??? 200 Needles Free. Latest New Double Sided Records, 2/5. J???T THE PIANO EXCHANGE, 19, Park .Street =-f[:Á (Opposite Mond Buildings, Union St.), SWANSEA. MORGAN College St. | For ￼ \)S£.f\)\ PRf.S£.1S In SMART FOOTWEAR. I Shoes for Dancing I and Evening Wear Large Selection of j Gent s Slippers j and Slipper Boots. MORGAN 1! j College St. _?????JML?Smt&E?t?S??I????s?"? ??z— L
PLUMPTON. I I o-morrow s Card. i J 1 (\ JUVENILE MAJDE? HURDLE 1.0 itACE oi l?J 60V. ?Ue and a half and a tew yams. lr;?a fair t-.o,)jiiiey) liare 11 0 7 jLiianttorf Cur t;ep,hoij) ilyztl!2 1U 4 wrm Vntc;ii (Air Botumueyj Hare 10 4 Jtteceiiutrucuoii (Mr al-e 10 4 Ko.val ltaider (Mr H. Curti»j looic 1!) 4 i^&ioji Jetty iAir it. hO!JOW}.t.Fitton 10 4 tiar Kast (Mr »V. 4 Sabiau (Sir ifi. iiulton} i'. Hartipau Id 4 frenzy (Jlr J. Ledgeri J Kecwieic 10 4 Zopbyroe (Major -]:><1). Etjcoit 10 4 Uukc ALavia (Air A. b4jNvf-lii) I. ittilit 10 0 i'lyins iiuck (Air C;ir%*a.Iii,)).. iLi,[,tlce le 0 Lively .Mr W t:a.tJingJ.l'b'itton 10 0 FittonlOO Hoyat Diamond |.nr VV j>ixon).. Lines 10 0 faunu-s (Mr B. Fiten) Private 10 0 uirvaii (Mr J. uieexiwooil) (iodircy 10 0 iSov«lottc (Mr tianiiiey-Cros*5).McKie 10 0 Dv Nicol (Mr ioamuju) Sadler jun 10 0 xvabocHiieej (Mr J. A. de Rotschild) tJratt 10 0 St. Georce (Mr SaiiKSter) Godfrey 10 0 iuncraitr (Air$aii^ster) .Oodi'rey i'J if J?aderlO C Llanwnda (M. K. I'iue.y) U'. Leader 10 C Loubuy iCapt VV. Norrieaj Randeli 10 0 1 BAKCOMBK SELLING STEEPLE.< of ldi) 50V8. l>o mJll r i N' Ll t,aI Z 7 Dark Collar (Mr J Powell) ..Gordou a 12 4 l-'lamen (Mr Leve:ou-Gowt;r) O. loung a 11 9 Mrrrv Nüok (Air M. Ithode^).Rhodes • 6 11 < Our riov (Airs, D. Prestoni Hainuiond a J1 3 t Knight of Si, Patrick iMr t; Woods) Private 4 10 —? *O? '??i???'? ???ICAr HURDLE 2.0- h?CLotMfc?.. 'Iwo nii f? Vamtie iMr 0. Carlton; Pope a ? 7 Muscovado (.?r H. turtis; I'o'lc 512 7 The fcomrc F. Barrie).Barrie 6 12 4 Cliicasro (Air A. Pole). C. Youiipr 4 12 trezHieila (Air 1. J n man (.Godfrey 3 VI 1 il.vins: Simon (Afr H liilli Law 5 13 13 Ouiok 'I rii-Kst (Mr Ai. U.;de).HanileJl l1. 13 Alonard (Air D. Ciarke Gore a 11 11 ukhî8 First (Atr Chriotenson! Private 4 11 11 Fiovetta (Air P. In a Twinkle (Mr P le Duo 'L. Fit ton 4 11 Lonsjo'-linc (Atr Bottomlev).Hare 4 11 8 iviiiKton (Air M iSavill). ..Walford 411 7 Paper Knift (Mr L. Brockdorff) Private 4 11 botxante QuniKe (Mr. Jti?ja.m? ?-ootR 4 ?1 bj Ui?hwater (Mr. K. Pafwtl .Private all 4 GavreHc (Mr. M. Inman: Godfrey ?11 I Palmlrss (Mrs. N. Brownlee' Goby 6 11 0 faintly Alaude (Air. Court) 0. young- 5 11 0 Promoter (Air. H. Bott,rnlc,; !][are 5 10 11 Royial Ryin (Major Jf. en choyle) ( C Yo'.iusc a 10 10 Pnddmgton (Mr. A. Prefer. ordon a 10 10 Hedu (Lady Wilton T. Leader a. 10 'i 31agic Boy R. BradforfL Private 3 10 7 Henry B. (Mr. A. Boweni..F. Hunt 3 10 5 rville Holt (Mr. R. Knijrht) Knight a 1D 4 Turbit (Air. E. Caldkott;Caldicott 4 10 3 Kincraig (Air. Bangster; .Godfrey 3 10 I) '?n- BRICftTOX HANDICAP STEEPLF!- ?9 ??? OHASE of sovs. Three ?narf Up ?Mr. H. Rich* GwiJt 6 52 7 .Spoil Five (Mr. f. Ingram) Poole 6 53 3 Wee Sandy (Mr. T. Miles) Poole a 11 J2 P.ipplm? Water Pepper) TTatt611 12 Prinze Clifton (Mr. ChappeH) Dodd 6 11 1? Purity (Oapt. W. Holland) Haro a 11 71 Everyman fMr Ha.ndIpy-CroM) kKie a 11 31 C) of 70 II 0.. sovrl. Two miles. Ainercngen (Ca.pt. W. Beaumont) R. Gordon a 11 7 Aberdeen ("Maj. Frost) Private 6 11 2 I Bushranger Ill, (Mr. O. Robinson) Private a 11 2 Broadwood (Mr. J. de Rothschild) Pratt a 11 2 The Tenter (Mr. J. Gutierrez) Poole 6 11 2 Mirza (LeI Denman) A. Day 4 10 10 Longerline (Mr. H. Bottomley) Hare 4 10 10 Promoter (Mr. H. Bottomley) Hare 5 10 9 Golden Glory (Maj. Cawlin) Private 5 10 9 The Admiralty (Sit C. McL>eo<l) Hyains 5 10 9 m TuMiman (Mr. A. Cnndell) Poole 5 10 9 Broadway (Mr. H Green) McKie 4 10 5 Brownstown Belle (Mr. Ilandley-Cross) AIcKie 4 10 5 Knight of St. Patrick (Atr. E. Woods) Private 4 10 5 i Derwent Water (Mr. F. Powell) Day 1 10 5 I 9 Q A—THREE-YEAR-OLD HURDLE RACK 0.u of 70 POVS. One and-a-half miles ( and a few yards. .Godfrey I Girvan •; Mr. J. Greenwood; Godfrey 1110* (,odfrey 1 10 Lriib Voir CJr. H. Bottom J us»U S Storm Witch 'Atr. H. BotUtmlf-y, Hare 11 0 Reconstruction (Mr. Bottomley) Hai-e 11 0 Livorno (At;. o. pf,pe, 11 Royal Raider (Afr. H. Curtis).Poole 11 0 Burly (lilr. Douyla .s.pennanti Private 11 0 J n terroRat jon JL RoJIow) Fitton 11 .) Zea (llr. J Ledger) j. Renwick :1 0 P halonie (Mr. R. lied ford) A. Day 11 o Bedabble (Mr. Sangster* Godfrey 11 !) Neil-Girl (Mr. F. Benson) Hyems 10 11) Mintama (Mr. A. Bowen) F. Hunt 10 1,.1 Ylying Buck (Air. Oarvalho) Killalee 10 10 Decimal (Mr. W. Caristle;T. Leader li) ii) Jacquerie (Air. J. Ctramp;Hammond 10 13 Dorado (Mr. G. Harris).Private 10 13 Sjx>tli.?\ht (Ml"I,. D. Preston) Hammond 10 10 Zanzibar CLieut.-Co.], Romer) Private 10 10 Torture (Mr. J. de Rothschild).Pratt 10 10 Kincrniff (Mr. Sang«te.r) Godfrey 10 50 Wild Ranger (Capt. Semmencei Leader 10 10
CHARITY & CARNIVAL BALL. NATIONAL SOCIETY for the PREVEN. TION of CRUELTY to CHILDREN. The aboro Ball will be held at the ALBERT HALL, SWANSEA, on FRIDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1920. At 7-30 p.m. FANCY DRESS OPTIONAL. Tickets-Ladies, 12s. 6d.; Gentleman, las. (kl.; Spectators, 3s. (including Tax). Patrons.-His Worship the Mayor tlie Mayoress, the H¡ght Hon. Sir Alfred ilom H?t Lady Mond, -kld. Dd. Matthew. M.I- t? Hon .Elaine Jenluj .\lr8. or^ul R W iiliams, Admiral oil IV. Heneago, C.B., M.V.O., InJr tunl L rn iioBiiis, Esq., C. C. Vivian, Esq., Dr. Edgar Reid. Mr. W F. Brook, W. T. Farr, Esq., Charles E. Cle-eves, Esq., Ait liar Andix-w^, Esq., Col. L. L. Morgan. As there are only a Limited NumVier of I Tickets, application with remittance, should 00 made on or I)eforetho 24.th cf December to either uf the Hon. Sees. W., B. H. LADD, til, Walter-road, Swansea, or S. M. COOK, The Bungalow," Sketty. THE DE BEAR SCHOOL. CONCERT and PRIZE-QIVING-I At the ALBERT HALL On 19th December, at 6.30 P.m itizts a.nd Certificates to be •Presented by THE MAYORESS. Cllriiriiiiu: Flis Worship the Mayor. Tickets (Free) to be obtained 1 at the JSchool, ,1I!I
HUMAN PLUG. | To prevent a drifter, which had 1. holed on the rocks off Plymouth, fronft sinking, a fisherman foraed his body, which ho had bound with sail-cloth a rift old clothing, into the hole. For four hours, until the boat unl j towed into tho harbour, he ramained upl Ij to Jjjs u ais.t. in, water. 1