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INSTANT RELIEF FOR DIZZINESS…

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There are 1,074 discharged soldiers and sailors in the Merthyr Borough. London panel chemists are to re- ceive an extra Jd. per prescription on account ef war conditions. There is again an acute shortage of beer in South Wales. Representations have been made to the brewers but no promise is made of an improvement. It is stated that the Welsh office of the Ministry of Pensions will pro- bably be located at Swansea. At Swansea a milk vendor, C. H. Manning, was fined LIOQ, with the alternative of three months' imprison- ment, for selling adulterated milk. The arrangements made at Bristol that women with babies should be served first in queues has had to be abandoned, aa it was found that the babies were passed from one woman to another.

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