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ISTRIKE SETTLED.1 -

TERMS RATIFIED-

A WAjSNINt.

"ONLY THREE WEEKS TO LIVE."

LIVED UNDER FOUR SOVEREIGNSI

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W2LSH TINPLATE TRADI. WORKS CONTEMPLATING NOTICES TO MEN. TO WORK ON DAY-TO-DAY CON- TRACTS. The business tone 011 Swansea Metal Ex- change on Tuesday s-a.,s very weak, and although there was a large attendance there was very little business done. 'The prices for 14 x 20 tinplafces, lis. 9d., was a cri- terion as to how the market was going, and there was littlo demand, even at this figulle. Welsh bars ruled the same as last week- £ A 5s.—ami the effect of the dumping -of American bars was not being considered, as Welsh bars were plentiful enough- The supply of ti-oplaites, however, ex- ceeded the demand, and in view of the existing or imminent depression, it was freely stated that several works intended this week giving their men 28 days' notice to work on day-to-day contracts. The name of a large works in the Swan- sea district was mentioned, but inquiry of a representative on 'Change elicited a non- committal reply; there is, however, little doubt but that the statement^ is true, and the Welsh t.inolate trade is in. for a period of depression,* after several y&trs of com- parative prosperity.

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

I NEW VICAR OF ST. JOHN S-,…

SWANSEA OLD B22WJRY FOUNDIR.

"THE LAST CLAIM."