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--. Antiquarian Column.

I"CORRESPONDENCE.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

A MERTHYR LIBEL ACTION.

- DANGER SPOT AT ABERFAN.

PROPOSED MAIN ROAD THROUGH…

A PROPERTY OWNER ON BOTH SIDES.

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'-TREDEGAR WORKMEN'S NEW HALL…

AN INCOME TAX WARNING.

THE DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL.j

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THE DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL. j Sir,—Will you permit mo to draw attention { to the fact that when the Daylight Bill is passed, we shall leave our beds, and follow our daily pursuits on the first morning on which the alteration of the clock takes place at exact, y the same distance from sunrise as we did this morning, and, therefore, as the con- ditions of life in regard to the early part of the day would certainly be no worse on the oc- casion of the first alteration than they were this morning, it ia difficult to believe that the change could cause grave inconvenience to any- one. I shall be pleased to furnish your readers with any particulars relating to the proposals on hearing from them.—Yours faithfully, W. WILLETT. Sloaije-square, London, S.W. 21st March, 1910.

New Cunard Pictures,

Deafness Cured.

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A GROWING EASTER CUSTOM.

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