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- I ? CARMARTHEN M!? RECORD.I

REPRISALS TO GERMANY.

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DR. FALLAL VISIT.

MiiFORD HAVEN TLIC TRAGEDY.

WELSH TORMADO WVISTiGATED.

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WELSH TORMADO WVISTiGATED. In a memoir OIl TLe South Wale* Tornado of 1913, published by the Meteorological Office, it is stated that the storm was a genuine tornado cf the eommoii enough in ports of Aa^rica. The straight track with clean cut lateral limits, the violent electrical phenomena, the, h-eaN-Y rainfall, :he roai- mg noise, the sudden decrease of barometric pressure resulting in tito blcwing out of the walls of bilildingB, 2; it by explosion from within, are &E feature's which are common in descrip- tions of America a tornadoes. The width oi the track, and the rate of advance, 36 miles pea- hour, were of the same magnitude as in American terna- dc.es. Though rare in this country, tornadoes are by no means unknown. There it- evidence of 40 similar occur- rences, roost oi them, no doubt, lesp violent than tlio one under discussion, in the years from 1S66 to 1895.

GLYDAGH J.P. BEREAVED.

KILLED m THE ?!LWAY. tIE RAILWAY.

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