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WITHOUT COSTS 1
WITHOUT COSTS 1 JilDCM-ST GIVEN AGAINST SWANSEA CiMPOSAilJii. At Swansea County Court on Tuesday, tilè- hearing was continued, before Judge liryn Ko!)ert" (ot thp action IJrollght against the Swansea Corporation by Wil- j ham Llackmoie, licensed victuajler, of i>ketty-avenue, Swansea, who claimed j l. nd. damages in respect of a motor- "on accident ill Oy*termouth-road. Mr. i Villiers Meager (instructed by Messrs. j Uec and Edwards) was for claimant, and tho Town Clerk (lr. H. Lang Couth) ap- peured for the Corporation. The part ies j lu.d agreed on the um'.)unt: of th" damages, und the only question was on* ot liability. J'laintiff'« t-use, heard on Monday. was that, while driving in his motor-car along Oystermouth-road, on August 29th last, j lap was, by 1 he negligence of the Corpora*- tioa. lüd itito what counsel described as a trap," wer-o goln;z on. In steering clear of one obstruction liio car mounted a heap of stones and was jolted into a trench. Evidence for the Corporation was called on Tuesday morning. William Prater, 7. nymouth-strect, j Swansea, foreman lamplighter in the j employ of the Gas Company, «>rd all the lamps between .Bafhrirst--str«»e-t and Albert-row were lighted during the whole «»f the night. 'The road abutting on
RHEUMATISM RUB ACHING JOINTS
RHEUMATISM? RUB ACHING JOINTS! Rub the Pain Right Out with Small Bottle of Old St. Jacobs Oil." Rheumatism is pain only." Xot one caM in fifty requires internal treatment. Htop drugging: soothing. penetrat- ing St. Jacohs OkN k ;rectly into I)Ul-]- !ul, still joints and i.v «c)es and relief ^oniosi instantly. St. Jacobs Oil is a harmless cure for rheumatism v.-hi< h never disappoints and cannot burn the ( skin. Do not grumble and get on suffering, Get a small bottlo of St. Jacobs OU" from your chemi.it, and ip just the moment you use it you will be frt-o from rheumatic rain, >orenees, stiffness and 6 welling. St. Jacobs Oil has cured millions of sufferers from rheumatism in the las-t half century, and is jurt as good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache and sprains.
THE AMMANFQBO TRIBUNAL i
THE AMMANFQBO TRIBUNAL i The Ammanford military service tribunal sat for the first time at the Court House on Monday night. Some in- terest wafc taken in the sitting, and about 20 appeals, so it was understood, were to be he&Id. The tribunal consists of the m-'ihber* ft tiio local Urban Council—minus Mty^srs. Da\"icl Junes, D. H. Lvans. and Kvan j Kvans, who are im-mber. of Advi^.ry Committee, aud Mr. J. Hat TK:S, w ho lias evinced no desire to act—and the fullnw- ing gentlemen from outside the Council have added Mwr David iticiia ils, and J. Lltwis, The military i ^nreMuuative. Captain T. I Owen I'dwards, was in attendance. At the outset the tritmnal conferred in private in the magUtratep' room,, and without returning to the uouvt called icr the first 1 ease. The Press representatives thereupon sent in a not-; inquiring if the proceedings were to be conducted in private, and re- ceived a reply in the affirmative, signed by Chairman, Johit Davies."
VC BDUGHT I
V.C. BDUGHT •I'ur wearing the a.ud t iJ.C.M. i ribba.i, U ,»1. 9 Mi h: lu¡ S«»rg«#nui Krauk II. T.atub, Aus- tralian Potee. -ciitrUctd to -i\ • uiuuths* hard labour at Westusinstc It ?aa stated that Tuylor. wounded a. Oailipoli. w?s invalided to l¡¡lalld'l Earh' in December a ?f*?!-L?t!'? woman mu?d?caf} hira to jecrainoi;- ??c-'iun tt? Tt'at'-i'??".?)U?:t'. ML?' Ue ::u\V told ?ow he iiiti w 0)1 diHicraliOU^ 11)1- Uriugiug in !1 wousd'rd oiffcer uutler lire. 1 When arrest«o«s J £ at a she;?.
w?ndswT'th has ceased to ispue fiction f fN the ??bhc hbrar?.
STORY OF A CHEQUE
STORY OF A CHEQUE • FALSE A BGY In the Swansea Juvenile < 'ourt on Tuesday, a lilreen-year-cdd iad Ciiipioyeo as a porter was charged with obtaining by false pretences a postal packet from a ser- vant pf the Postiuaster-Ce.neral with, in tent to defraud. Mr. Kupert Lewis prose- cuted, and Jfenrv Thompson defended. This is a mo«t extraordinary case," commented Mr, Lewis in opening 1 h; case. It dealt witJ, ihe private boxe rented by business Illell at the Swansc;. Post Office. He explained riiat there were aljout 1j:1 of these I>oxe
WELSH TifJPLATES 1
WELSH TifJPLATES 1 The war has effected great changes in the Welsh tinpiato industry, writes a trade correspoiutout. export L.i.-iness lias diminished. w!:i!t Cue home trade has j very largely decreased. Lor January, 1913, there was a total exported of 16.2lj0 plate. it" Americans do not s how separately their cxyorU of l)!aekpiatc>, l.ut their v-k« port table of tinplates is one that should be carefully noted, indicating as it that tinplatc markets formerly exelnsively i iNesh a re being fast taken over. The j latest official tigures show that whilst in I exported 1,837 j t-ns. in November of last year. I'M5. they | o ii s. faking the 11 months of H)H thev e.cpf^rt^d tons. but in the II months ending November of last year they e:;poTbod no loss than 157,589 tons. Tiio most marked increase. has been in Mexico. Cuba, Argentina, i Brazil. China, British Inilia, i.Ioiig Kong, and Japan. It is notnl.le that there has been a considerable decrease or exports of tinplates to Canada during the war. • !z z l-. J
SAVE YOUR HAIR DANUERINE STOPS DANDRUFF I
SAVE YOUR HAIR! DANUERINE STOPS DANDRUFF. Every Bit cf Dandruff Disappears and Hai:* Stops Coming Out. Try This: Your Hair Appears Glossy, Abundant, Wavy and Beautiful. linn, on t tie, colourless and scraggy hair is muto evidence of a neglecUd scaip' 01 dandruff-that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the! hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, eventually producing a feverishness and I itching 01 tho scalp, which, if not remedied causos the hair root* to shriplc, loosen and die—then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderine to-night—now—anv time—will surely save your hair. (jet a Danderine, and alter the first application your hair wiil take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will I Ikhoiuo wavy and fluffy and have the ap- pea ranee of abundance, an incomparable gloss and softness, but what wiil please you most will be- after just a few weeks use, when you wilt actually a. lot of line, downy hair—new hair—growing all ,(,ver the sc:tli). --i Izc-, ,u,l I No increase in pri :-e. Danderine is to the hair what fresh. showers of rain and sunshine are to vege- tation. It to tlio root, ÍI1- vigaratc.s and .strengthens th
TRADING WITH THE ENEMYI I
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY. William Albert Holt. rLI tn, diiector of \V. A. Holt and' (\ I Lmired cot to ri manufacturers, Bolton, 'and Diony-! fiths (fco), sec re t a ry, pleaded g 11 i,! i j at Man<:h«?ster on Monday to transact ions | with an agent of iirm.- in Austria. J"\I th(' defence counsel -U.tcd that licit, JId. one and Cooper four sons serving i;: the 1 Army. As the yam could ,.nly ??itStj for working on cambric they tin,ught they |j were doing no harm. Mr..Im-.tiee BuiII,ache wtid Holt liad j for the nmanest of iv(* namely', money, played the 4) his eountrv. Mis lordship addtxl he would not ..end Holt to pena! servitude, but to imprison- ment for twelve months in the s.-cond division, and ho would a bo have to pav Speaking t > Cvijw, tlie Judge caid hisl po-ition was different, as he was a paid p?rva'tt ?ud, Mo doubt, a?-tii? ?Rdpr the1 instructions 01 Holt. He "Du]d be
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WHAT THE WAR 13 COSTING
WHAT. THE WAR 13 COSTING THE PSEJVilEh'o STATEMENT. The Prime Minister on Monday in. the House of Commons moved the new vote making a total voted since the beginning of tlm war o-ï coiossal sum, which he said not only goes beyond ail precedent, but beyond the imagination of any former Mituster of Finance in any land. Strictly, the sum of £ «:!i>tOlUKH) is mad:: m; of ??? votes, one of ?j?,U),OM being supplementary for the ,nar Htl.?ltj. and the other of being ail account of 1f)1»V|7. and estimated to carry tl-.c war on until il'.e end of May. In his spec e n the Prime Ministev quoted the following striking figures:— Votes of Credit. ]9] -1:> £362,OOO.OÚO 1915-1 fi— March 1 5(1. 000,000 June 1G 25tl,ft00,000 July 20 150,000.000 September I 250,000,000 November It) 400,000,000 £ 1,022.000,1K10 J915-18—Februa-y 21 12»,»
FALLEN SOLDIERS SEAT
FALLEN SOLDIER'S SEAT At Sunday morning's service, at St. MaryV Church, Clydach, a service was held to the memory of Bandsman William Howell Phillip, of the Swaneea Batta- lion, who fell iu action the week before !a, wvis a mem'.K'r of the R.A.O.B., Silver Band, ami was also a 1 '■ 0 chorister. The ami Mood A i.-kel Work* Silver Bands v. cjv pr
PEOiiHENT BAPTfST LAYMAN
PEOiiHENT BAPTfST LAYMAN Funera of Mr. Philip Davies, Pontardulais. There were impressive scenes at the funeral of the lato Mr. Philip Davies, Teg Annett, Pontardulais. which took place at Soar Chapel, Llwynhendy on Monday, in the presence of a large coii- eourso of mourners. Tiie late gentleman he'd a promintyit (Kwition as a layman 01 the Baptist denomination, and high tribute* were paid at the funeral services to bio lofty character and raro abilities. The c-ervico was conducted by the Rey. B. nlwyn Williams, pastor of Babell Baptist Chapel. Pontardulais, where deceased was a pillar of the cause, and others who took part were Rev. ii. lioberts (Ammanford), E Walking (fioughor), Charlos Daviee (Cardiff), Aid. W. Saunders (Ponty- cymrner), W. Thomas (Blaengavw). T. .Williams (Dafen), George Williams (Pontardulais), and J. Griffiths (Blaen- avon). Others present were Kevs. E. T. JonevS (LI a nelly), W. (iriflitiis (Srovn Sisters). K. W. Uavies (Calfaria. Hendy). and letters expre^fdng regret at «absence were read from the Kevs. Hugh Jones (lilanolly). W. A. Williams (Pontypridd) and D. H. Davies. A.T.S. (Pontlliw). a strong representation of the general public. The chief mourners were Messrs. D. James Davies tLDughor), Hendy Davies, Canurathen College (sons). Ilevs. J. Grilliths and W. Griffiths (brotiiers-in-law), D. E. Thomas (C-wni- twrch), John S. Harry, Pontardulais (nepiiow), 'Jliomao Thomas iBlaengi'.rw), I)d..Tones, Swansea (uncle), Dd. Evans tBlaengarw), Win. Davies tPoutlottyii). fiic-hard Thomas (Treharris), Moi-ris, Hendy (cousins). Students of Gwynfryn Acadeiuy. Ammanford, wore re- presented by Messrs. Wm. Thomas (Blae'.igarw), and T. Harry and Harding Kecs (Llangepnech). The deacons of Ba!>ell Church att(\(l as Ijearerr, and special music was rendered, arranged by Mr. John Lake'preeentor at Babell. Professor D. Vernon Davies (Llwynhendy) presiding at the organ.
THE MISSING POST At ORDR
THE MISSING POST At ORDR At. Carmarthen on Monday, Mary E. Thomas, a young girl living at 11 Old Chapel Yard, Priory-street, was charged] with stealing a postal order for the Carmarthen Post Office. Mr. \V. W. T. Prosser appeared for the pyoseeution, and Mr. n. King defended, and put in a pica of guilty. Defendant assisted her mother, a ch'-aner at the Carmarthen Post; Office. On Saturday, October 30th last, Mr. John James, plasterer, 35, Mill-street. Aberyst- wyth. posted a postal order for ISs. to his wife at Ammanford. The letter would arrive at Carmarthen on Saturday night and would remain at. the local post office till 7.(0 on Sunday evening, when it would be dispatched to Ammanford. Mrs. James never received the letter. Defen- dant was cleaning at the Post Office on the Sunday and the cashed the postal order on Monday morning. The order was blank, and defendant filled in the name of ,f Miggie Thomas," and al so the word Carmarthen." Mr. Kinif pleaded for leniency for the j girl, who was bound over in the sum of behaviour for twelve mouths, and was ordered to pay bar-k the !>s. and also to pay £ 2 10s. Sd. costs.
RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY TROUBLE
RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY TROUBLE. FREE TREATMENT. Fhenmatism is chIc to uric acid crystals in thH joints and muscles, the result of 'pxcc?-ivc?ric acid in the system that the kidneys failed to mnovp as nature i'?.cndMl, and this acid is ?!su the fa?s? of i!i?lerid(?(' ancl acitl is iil.o tliv. trouble, si one, gravel, dropsy. To prove Fstora Tablets are the successful treat- •ment for such complaiuts one full box of forty tablets will h, sent to readers of the Herald cf Wales on receipt, of this notice and 3d. in stamps to cover portage-, packing, etc. Sold by chemists, Is. 3d. per box of 40 tablets, or 0 boxes for 6g. !>d. For full b;) sample address Estora Cü., 132, Charing Crossroad, London, W.C.—Advt.
BELGIANS FIFTEEN HALFPINTSI
BELGIANS' FIFTEEN HALF-PINTS Two Belgians named Alexandre Schiyverys and Jacques Dicrcln, of Cor- onation-terrace, Bettw*, were charged at Anm¡a!1ford Police Couri: on Monday with being drun k and disorderly. When seen by Inspector Danes, there was a crowd of about415!t around them, and both were assuming a fighting attitude towards someone in the crowd. The charge was denied by the defend- ants, who said it was Only a little bit they had. but when questioned by the clerk as to the precise amount oi' a little bit in terms of glasses, one admitted having consumed 15 half-pints. Each was fined 15s., and the chairman —Mr. David Richards—said the defend- ants did not ippi-eciate the consideration shown them in this country. Instead of assisting their own nation they spent their money on drink.
MORE ABOUT MilK POWDER I
MORE ABOUT MilK POWDER I The South West Wales Dairy Fai'mcrs' Association at a meeting held at the Half Moon Hotel. Carmarthen, Mr. C. J. Foot- won íAaHon) presiding, decided to cail 1hc ath:nt:on cd tlH Board of Agr iculture in the use of powder a! a certain ?ta)'- lishment in the county, for the manufac- ture of an. arti< le sold as fresh, milk," and to ask the Board to take fteps to pre- vent. the sale as fresh milk n of any article not naturally produced from the cow., A resolution was also passed calling upon the Board of Agriculture to legislate for samples of milk to be taken at the railway stations from winch milk was consigned, thereby making it easier for the inspector under the Feod and Drugs Act to locate possible tampering wiiii milk, and taking away from the dairy farmer the liability for the milk after it had left his hand.
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1 THE BOXING RING
1 THE BOXING RING BROOKS ANil SERGT. JOHNSON GO THE DISTANCE. The second of the series of boxing tournaments promoted by Professor Alt' Harry, touk place at tho Olympic Hall, Swansea, ou Saturday evening. Ti-ere was a good attendance. Mr. S. H. Way refereed, and Mr. W. Doherty was, as usual, the timekeeper. Tho first bout staged was one of ten 2-minute rounds between W. Harding, of Merthyr, and Harry Taylor, of Swansea, the latter taking- the place of Idris -Jones, who had to withdraw" owing to an injury to the arm. Taylor was more than ten years older than his opponent, and the latter had also lienefitted from a syste- matic course of training. The veteran, however, showed surprising stamina and was applauded for some excellent work in the first four rounds. After this Taylor, though still defending gamely, showed tugns of fatigue, and in the seventh round he gave up, the verdict accordingly going to Harding. Too One-sided. Patcy SuUu-an* (Abpr?vcn) v. Bert j Thomas. (Vstalyfera). This contest was | i billed as one of eight two-minute rounds. Thø lIln openea yigoroubly, TJwrnas going down lor the count of eight rtght a*, the start. In the same round he twice went through thp. ropes. In the pe.'ond round Tbimas went through the again. The referee thereupon .ste>pped tue bout, and proclaimed Sullivan the iinner. Cheers for the Vanquished. Young Prosser (Britonferry) and Young Latigdou (Ystalyfera).—Both, men began | cautioucly. Prosser was tho better ftfyiist, but both boxed well, there being touio forceful ex- changee in the. second round. n livened up, and the third meeting pro- duced plenty of excitement, both getting home blows to the Face. In Pounds; 1 and 5 Langdon was tho stronger man, but tho 'Ferry man rallied ai'.d luvd the better of Round No. 0. In the eighth round I*rossor iv&s bu 1" coming up aguiti In? boxed guiHojv. M lio. V*out wont tho lull distance, Langdon winning on points. Prosser had put up a fine show, and was loudly cheered. The Principal Contest. The principal contest, v.as ono of I" two-minuto rounds between Sergf. Bill JohnSOn and Will Brooks, of Aberavon. It was a very even first round, charac- terised ]j,v some clinching. At the next meeting Johnon was down for two, and on coming up lie received tome punish- ment. without, however, being seriously affected. In the third round. Johnson slipped through the ropes, and in the next ho was again down for two. The bout, however, hadlv to now very even. sixth round was Johnson's, the seventh aud ninth Brooks'. The thirteenth round saw Brooks and Johnson dow n in turn. This was a gruelling round, both men finishing the worse for wear. Tho bout went the full distance, and Brooks was pronounced the winner of one of the best matches seen in tho town for eonxe considerable time.
SERGLIIISTRUCTOR WELLS KNOCKS OUTi SiIH I i
SERGL-IIISTRUCTOR WELLS KNOCKS OUT ￼ S?iIH. Tn ti ree rounds Sergeant-Instructor Wells on Monday night vindicated his title as heavy-weight champion of Eng- land. His opponent was Sergeant -in-, srtuuetor Smith, light "heavy-weight cham- pion. and the contest, which, had it gone the full distance, would have, been one of twenty roi'.mls, was decided at the Hippodrome, G-eider's Green, Jjondon. Great interest was also centred in the 1 bout between Corporal 1'at OTveofe, middle-weight champion of England, and Corporal Jim Sullivan, the former title- bolder. The contest went the full twenty rounds, (Kede winning on points. AID. Ovet- in Three Rounds. Wells knocked out Sergeant Dick: Smith ili the third round. The blow that did the (laniage was a beautifully-timed punch with the Igilt tlltt -lai-i(led fairly and .squarely beneath Smith's chin. The light-heavyweight champion had very litlle in his favour during the short bout, for although he scored with several lefts to tho chin and cheek in the first round, j the effects of tha«e blows w-ere more than j counterbalanced by a right-hand punch to Smith's mouth which was powerful enough to daze the cx-policeman. On Points. I The very punishing content between tllo two middle-weights. Corporals Pat O'Ke-affe and Jiw. Sulli^ar. wac. e curious mixture cf calm and c'oyfr sparring end punching, with an occasional rally th-at- proved how ke-en each nwin was on beating tho other. A wonderful round was the sixteenth, for. after O'KNeffe lied like having things ail his own way, Sullivan sent a terrific right to the body, and while O'K-eeffe was still wavering in the middle of the ring Sul- livan Tipped in with a tremendous upper- cut that sent O'Keeft'o staggering a.nd hang- ing on to gain a little time in which to recover. O'K-eeffe won by euj;«rjor ringcraft, and he never to woete an opportunity of getting home a punch, big or little. Two Other Bouts. There were aiiso contests between Ilai B.obe -ts and Simmer, and Goorsrc Busw* and Tom Wilson, known ae, the "Tram Con- ductor-Boxer" of AbertTilery. In the first bout Simmer retired in the sixth round, Buewell knocked out Wilson.
BARELY A HUNDRED PRESENT
BARELY A HUNDRED PRESENT. Some good boxing was witnessed at, He Albert IJaJI. Swansea, on Saturday night., under the euperivimon of Mr. C. Peterson, of Cardiff. The attendance, however, was far below expectations, there being barely a hundred present. This due to the counter-attraction at the Olympic, 'he chief event was a flftoen-round contest te- tween Jack Price, of TrcdeRar. and Bidy Rowlands, Porthcawl. liowlandu boxed well from the start, and Price received much punishment. The former battered his < p- poneut risrtit up to the fifth round, when en the discovery that Price had injured Ins left, hand the tight, wo* stopped by Mr. Harnett, who refereed. J ac k J-.rsephs drew in a ten-round contest wilh Billy Jones, of Mountain Ash. There were several minor contests. ——————
YSTALFERAS SOLDIERS SUCCESS I
YSTALFERA'S SOLDIER'S SUCCESS. An Ystalyfera soldier in the. person of Laneo-Corporal W. J. Hayes, of Old Wern Schools. Ystabefera, has won distinction in his regiment <2nd Battalion Welsh) by his powers as a boxer. Hayes, who has been wounded three times in Flanders, and returned to his unties on > cw Year's Day. was induced to enter for the heavy- weight championship of his regiment. He won this with some eas-re, knocking out his man i:i the iinal in the second round. lIe then entered for the brigade champion- ship, and again fought his way :o the j semi-tin.il, i« which he met: Sergeant Sullivan, uI the Uoyal .Muu'-ter Fusiliers. He beat his man here, and .joaliiu-d to meet Sergeant Corcoran, of the South Wales Borderers, in the final. Unfor- tunately. he had to meet his man soon after his previous %Ut. aad the strain told oft lum, will) Uie ro*u}t that be lost i;i the fourth x oi; u J. Sergey'.it Corcuraw a as a fterwards defeated iu the tlivisional ehaminonship by Sergetint Sullivan, whom r3..e himself beat in the semi-final for thf brigade chainpu>nship. "iiayes illi an Aberdare boy. and was recommended for tb* D.C. M. last year for rescuirg wounded 1j '-nder heavy fire- i
1 ￼ PRIZES and FUN J "BAGS OF REAL GOLD! Lots 01 LJ "them, cram full-tliat"s what you can "win in a jolly Picture Letter Competition in tl-iis month's 4HOME COOKER Y'- mfM "the housekeeping paper that Mummie !?????? buys. The pictures are all about VI- T77 COCOA-1 hope you read them well and /jy win a big prize. Listen to the lot there are: 1st Prize, f-50; 2nd Prize, f-20; 3rd Prize, 110; "4 other Cash Prizes 100 ;El liamperii, and L7 —?*TlJ "900 Consolation Prizes. LitileWiss Vi.* Vi-Cocoa.-on Sale everywhere. Full particulars of Competition from SWANSEA. Mr. Thomas DaTif". 20, Argytc-street. Messrs. Jones and Thomas, Uplands -stores, Uplands. Mr. D. Morris 50, Itichardocn-street. Mr. George Bowen, 1, Cradock-strcet. I Mr. J. D. Kvans, Colonial Produce St-cerrt 1, Church-strcet. Mr. Gravelie, 144, Port Tennant-road, St. Thomas. Vr- K S. Kfcvnc, Wayne's Stores. Mr. D. M. Hees, 40. Marifiorcusrh-road. Mr. [). M. Kees. 12. Fafcian-etrect. St Thomas. Afe-srsTa/ic.-And Co.. Ltd., 6, Castle-square. Ilr. -W. U. Watts, 16, Fabian-strcet, St. j Thomas. j Mr. A. 0. Webster, 140, Port Tennant-road. St. Thonuic. j Mr j). Morri 2, Pisher-etreet. ?!r. C. Jnncs. Hafod Stores. Hafod. Mr. T. J. Price, Post omr', Burrows-road. Messrs. T Ti.-stian and Co.. Ltd.. ]? 19, and 31, Clarence-street and the Uplands. 3jr. D. C. Jones, the Supply Stores, 292, Car- marthen-road Mr. T. Bartlett, 2, Penbryn-terrace, Bryn- mill, Swansea. Mr. Stephen Price. 69. King Edward-road, Nlr. C. I<\ Price, 8. Neath-road, Hafod. Mr. J. A. At orris, 21, DtUwyn-strcct. Mr. T. A. Johnson, Bcecliwood Stores, Up- lands. 3. Mr. Arthur Adams. Castle Stores. MOUR1STOX. Messrs. W I/cwis and Sons, Dillwyn Rouse. Mr. E. O. Lewis, Tea Caddy Stores, Morris- ton. Messrs. R. and D. Harry, Harry's .Stores, Morriston. Mr. A. E. Edwards, the District Supply Stores, Morrifeton. NEATH A PREY. Messrs J. 1). Davies and Sons, Glyn-Neath. Neath Abbey the Exchange, j PONTYPRIDD. 1111'. T. Jone 256, Carmarthen-road. NEATH. Mr. Chas. Jenkins, 1:;a;;10 Stores. Melincry- t ii-I ri. Mr. I-,o;)t. ltcgford, Grocer, Penrhiewtyn. 11 11 0;911101 Mr. David Jones. Eichmond Stores, Pea. rhiewtyi Mr. H. J. Thomas, Southgate Stores, 74, I-xmdon-road Mr G. steer, 15, Windsor-road. Mr. Ixodit Kichards, Castle-etreet. Mr. R. ifathias, 41, Britonferry-raad. Melin- cry than. Mr. John James. Old Post Office, Meiincry* than. PORT TALBOT. MF. T. Llewellyn and Co., Ltd., 4, Station- road, Port Talbot. Mr. A. W. Powell. Station-fxmd, Port Talbot. Messrs. Tho ma* Broe., io, Higfi^treet, Port. Talbot. OLY DACU-ON-TA WH. Mr. Prcdk. Bobins GODEE'KGFAKi. Mr. David ENziiis. GLY.V-NEATH. M1*. Edward .1. Hopkins, High-street-. J. D. and Sons, The Exchange LEAN SAMLET. Meeers. J. rkavift; and Sons, Glyn-Neatli. Mr. W. D. Morris, Bethel Stereo. KESOLVEN. Mr. William Thomas, Reeolvcn House. CARMARTHEN. l'tfr. Rees, Manchester House, Garrant. CWMGOfiSE. Mr. Tlios. WiHiams. Rock Shop. BRITO:'iFEHRY.. Messrs Hill and Co., Ltd., Villiers-streefci Mr. J. L. Jor.es, 81, Neath-road. Mr. W. Kobert?, Courtsart. Mr. M. t. rI homas, Fiouoeliold Stores. Mr. V.. Harold Bradley, 4, Bitaon-street. ISTALYFEFfA. Mcrsrs. Eran Thomas and Son, Groccr and ironmonge YSTRAHGYNLAIS. Mr. Owen U. Jeffcrys, Argoed," Station. Mr. J. W. BC\H'U, Bnn Stores, Y?H'?dgyn- road. lais. (HJANA MMAN. Mr. J. Thomas, Centi'il Stores. A BE HA VOX. Mr. W. P. Richards, 73, High-street. 3iesers. James Bros., Sandfield-road. In B——ii' mi
I A FINE SOLDIER
A FINE SOLDIER Capt. Aubrey Smith's Tribute to Seirgt. Kennedy. faptaiu Aubrey Smith, of the Swansea I Battalion, has written to Mr:Kennedy, wife of Sergt. A. H. Kennedy, confirming the news of her husbaud'.s death. He mentioned that Sergt. Kennedy was on duty with hi5 ph?oon in the trenches when h? was shot bv an cuej?y snilwr, death being instantaneous. The whole company and myself," he adds, send deepest .sympathy. We have lost a gcKxl comrade. I have always Sergf. K«Rs«
MUNITION WORKER FINED
MUNITION WORKER FINED There was only one. e:ide at the Swansea Munitions Tribunal at tho Labour bx- change on Friday afternoon. Mr. J. Vaughau Edwards presided, and the assessors Wtt". Messrs. Henry Billing and i> A. David. William Sheppard, a crane driver at a controlled works, was < harged with, being under the influenco of drink in the estab- lishment on February 5th. It was stated that in consequence of (,-on- duct two men had to do extra work to make up for the loss through his in- ability. Defendant admitted the offence and ex- pressed regret. He was fill,-(I ii. Mr. Edwards remark- ing that; he hoped it rould lie a warning to the defendant.
TENBY JOURNALJN TROUBLE I
TENBY JOURNALJN TROUBLE I Frank Britton Mason, proprietor, and Robert Livingstone Cameron Morri--on, editor, were each fined £ 25 by the Tenby mngistrates to-day for an offence uniier the o," tho Act. In the issues of the Tenby "Observer" of January 2ftth and 27th articles appeared making suggestions regarding the rem- brokeshire Yoomanry. LXo; long ago these (or similar) state- ments were referred to at a public meeting in Pembrokeshire, and ex- plicitly contradicted.")
f MOHEYLEHDEflS CLAIMi
f MOHEY'LEHDEfl'S CLAIM. i At Swansea County Court on Monday, beiore his Honour Judge Bryn Roberts, essrs. F. Lawrence, Ltd., registered n-uiiey lenders, of London and Bristol, claimed certain articles under a bill of sale for ^30 given by Jo £ .e]>h Hilditch, grocer, S9, Khondda-street, Swansea, and upon which execution had been levieel by the District Ijoan Company. Mr. David Seline appeared, for the claimants, Mr, E. J. Hinds represented tho execution creditors, and Mr. Horatio Watkins appeared on behalf of the Sheriff. The bill of sale, Mr. Seline stated, was given on A ugnst 26th, 1915., and £ 26 was still owing A document was put in hy Hilditch to the effect that the goods were his pro- perty. His Honour found for claimant with costs against, the execution creditors, and the Sheriff was also allowed costs.
c METERS AT THE RESERVOIR
METERS AT THE RESERVOIR Ammanford Council and the Water Supply. A special meeting of the Ammanford Council to farther consider the question of fixing motors at the reservoir w,&.4 hel(i on Monday night, Mr. J. Harries Urlwyn) presiding. The clerk saidihe Llandilo Rural Council, who n.re interested, had referred the matter to the Joint Water Committee, with the suggestion thai: it be considered at the annual meeting in July. But tho Ammanford Council took an urgent view of the question, and the chairman.oommittea had been re- quested to convene a special Meeting, which he had declined to klo. Al ter a clause in the agreement had been road, 21r. Win. Evans said it was a well- known fact that Llandebie was taking more, water than Ammanford to-day, and therefore they were quite satisfied with the position. He beliered the time had come when meters should bo fixed to the .r '? th respective mains. They wero JtQw in the dark, and did not know what quantity of water thev wet-e using. nr>r ihe quantity they could sell. It' TO surely only fair that the Llandebie representatives should come to discuss the matter with Amman- ford. and he moved thai they prpas for a meeting forthwith. This was seconded by Mr. David Oeorge, and carried.
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL LOCAL MATCHES. Barry 1, Cardiff City 0. Portsmouth 4, Newport Coiirty Mad-ffliondtla 2, Ton Pentro 0. Barry Boye 2, Swansea Boys 0. LANCASHIRE SECTION. Burnley 3, Manchester City 1. Bury 1, onnthport C. 1. 0)dha.'MAtht?t:c?, Uverpoo: 0. 'e& BoHQjt Wanderers 3, Preeton N.J5. 1. jjjf Manchester U. 1. J??ekpool 1. —' '"S Rochda le 5, Stoke 1. ''j Stockport Co. 3, Exerton 1. '?- '( MIDLAND SECTION. Ba rne!et, 0, -C 0. y P.radford 4, NotU-i County 9. Hull Citv 2, Hudderstield 1. r Jjectla City 3. Grimsby T. 1. Ijeicoster Fok-.e 1. linoO)Ti (-;itir-L Bradford City 2. Notu Forest 0. Sheffield W. 5, Derby County 9 LONDON COM B IN AT ION. Clapton Orient 2, Luton 1. Fulhtra 3, Tottenham Hotepar 1. Millwall 2 Oroydon Common 1. West JlalD- United 2, Chelsea 0. Crystal Pal* L Watford 0 Qnecn'.s Park Bangers 1, Brentford 1, The Aivsenal 4, Heading 1. SOUTH-WRSTERN COMBINATION, Portsmouth 4, Newpot Oountj 0. Bristol Rovers 2, Southampton i NOETHERN UNION Hull K ingvtA) m 6, Br&isJisqf 1.- II udder afield 14. liua j, Leeds 22, Ilunslet 3.. T?v.sbury 3. Bat ley 2. J Brougbtoc Hovers 8, ?urinton 4.. ,? Bl'ull$rbt,Ov- ftovel.r, 8, 's-wintodn 4. Salford 7, Huuooru 4. SCOTTISH LEAGUS. Clyde 2, Hilxsrnians 1. ":1 Lundee 3, Parti'k Thistle vfi- f Hamilton 4. St. Mirren 1 Hearts 2. Third Lanark t. < Kilmarnock 4. Airdria O. y Morton 5, Motherwell 2- Ce17Ïi; 1, Queen's Park 0 Ayr United 4, rtaith Rovers < Rangers 4. Aberdeen 0.