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MINERS' AGREEMENTS I

SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT BRYNAMHAN.

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RUGBY CUP MATCH AT YSTALYFERA

I MINIMUM WAGE ACT¡ AND THE…

I NEW VALLEY RAILWAY.I i I…

REV. HUGH EDWARDS, M.P., BACKS…

PONTARDAWE STRIKE. i

DEATH OF JOSEPH FELS

GLORIES OF CARDIGANSHIRE.-

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GLORIES OF CARDIGAN- SHIRE. WHEN THE MILK TRADE PROS- PERED. Mr. Thomas Jones, M.A., secretary of the Welsh National Insurance Com- mission, speaking a.t a dinner of "Cardi's" in Cardiff, said that Cardi- ganshire had a more distinctive per- sonality than any other county in Wales. He would not sneak of Carmar- t,henshirc--C,a,rma,rthenshire only exist- ed by stealing the heroes of other countries. (Laughter and cheers.) There was a real unity about Cardi- ganshire, and a providential arrange- ment had secured her boundaries, which guarded her from the corrup- tion and adulteration of the other counties. (Laughter and applause.) The lines upon which Cardiganshire had de- veloped were commerce and education. Cardiganshire folk, he believed, were not great administrators, although they had iflie Aberystwyth Town Council. (Loud laughter.) They had made a great impression on the milk trade, which he was told prospered very greatly before the era. of Couaty Councils and inspectors. (Laughter.) Her glorias after all was I. the hospitajble character of her people. (Applause.) I 1

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ITKYING TO BRI HE LABOUR I…

FOOD COSTS MORE. I