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WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL TO KINO EDWARD VII. To the Editor of the Tenby Obserrer. SIR,—May I invite your co-operation in the effort I am making to set on foot a campaign against tuberculosis, as the most fitting Welsh National Memorial to King Edward ? Expressions of approval have reached me from all parts of Wales, and already some Town and County Councils and several leading Welshman, lay and medical, have pronounced themselves in favour of this movement. The proposal will be fully discussed at Shrewsbury next week at a con- ference convened by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff. The support of your influential paper at this juncture would be of great value. In any case I shall be obliged if you can find a place in your colums for the enclosed facts about tuberculosis. Believe me to be, Llandinam Hall, Yours faithfully, Llandinam, DAVID DAVIES. Montgomeryshire, September 23rd, 1910.

TEN FACTS ABOUT TUBERCULOSIS.

NARBERTH CARNIVAL.

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