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TERMS RATIFIED-

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"ONLY THREE WEEKS TO LIVE."

LIVED UNDER FOUR SOVEREIGNSI

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I'DIATH OF MR. DAVID WILLIAMS

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SWANSEA NEW MOTOR AMBULANCE

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-...---_W.-SWANSEA MAGISTRATES.

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) SWANSEA CHILD FALLS FROM…

LLANDILO CONDUCTOR.

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IIAVY DAMAGES AGAINST THE…

LLANDILO LIBRARIAN.

LATZ ATTORNEY-GENIRAL

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SWANSEA OLD B22WJRY FOUNDIR.

"THE LAST CLAIM."

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"THE LAST CLAIM." THAT UNFORTUNATE SWANSEA EISTEDDFOD CRASH Mr. A. B. Davies, secretary of the Swan- sea National Eisteddfod Committee, pro- ceeded to Llanelly on Tuesday to arrange what he said was "the last claIm" arising out of the collapse of a portion of the eistedfod pavilion last August. Danny Walters' claim has been settled, and the only other Llanelly person injured by the accident was, so far as we can gather, Mrs. Catherine Williams, of 28, Neville-street, Llanelly. She sustained an injury to the ankle. Asked whether it was a fact that J3700 has already been paid out to satisfy claims for compensation, Mr. Davies replied :— •• I cannot say anything. I may be abb I to say something at the end of the week.