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TRADES COUNCILLORS IN A RAGE.

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Should not Insurance Companies sub- scribe something in the way of salvage to Fire Brigades who save their insured property ? This point was raised by Councillor W. Thomas, solicitor, at the last meeting of the Aberdare District Council. It is a well-known fact that Fire Brigades often turn ou tin response to a fire call, and render very great sertdce to insurance companies—many of them reaping glorious dividends-by saving insured property from the flames. As- suming that there are no lives to save, which, as Mr. Thomas pointed out, puts another light upon the matter, it is hard lines that the brigade-and through them the ratepayers-should be put to con- siderable expense to reduce the claims on prosperous insurance companies. After some fires in Aberdare which in- volved great trouble and expense to the brigadiers, one has been tempted to ask. To what purpose was this waste ? seeing that the only livts that were im- perilled were those of the gallant rescuers.

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TRADES COUNCILLORS IN A RAGE.