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TERMS RATIFIED-

A WAjSNINt.

"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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GIVE A LIE A START." INCIDENT AT AN EALING MEETING, "Give a lie a start, and it takes some catching," is a familiar saying, and the; truth of it is demon strated over the story of working men In Swansea earning £ 2 per! week having to send their wives into the workhouse because of the lack of house a.c- commodation, a.nd paying 25s. per week for their lodgings. The story was retaiited at a meeting at Eai- ing a night or two ago by a Christian minis- ter. who said that a railway signalman in South Wales had t-oid him of i;t- There happened to be amongst the audi- ence a gentleman who dO('>s business with Swansea and knows the place well, and he promptly challenged t.he truth of the slate- ment and offered to contribute to the coL'ec- tion if the speaker verified hi& statements. We have on previous occasions, and OlD the authority of the clerk to the Swansea Guardians, contradicted the same story.

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LLANDILO LIBRARIAN.

LATZ ATTORNEY-GENIRAL

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SWANSEA OLD B22WJRY FOUNDIR.

"THE LAST CLAIM."