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THE POLICE 'ANfiUAL'I

LLANELLY "WANTS TO KNOW."…

"BRANCH AT SWANSEA."

BY LIFE-LINE,i

NO SETTLEMENT. I -I

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NO SETTLEMENT. I FOUR HUNDRED MEN OUT AT DUNYANT. —— The fourteen days' notice tendered by the workmen at the Killari Colliery, Dunvant, terminated on Saturday without any eettlement being arrived at. The workmen held a mass meeting on the colliery sur- face on Monday morning, and decided to suspend operations pending a settlement. Although the grievances were confined entirely to the men employed in the Pen- Ian oopm. all the workmen in the Pen- clawdd seam oame out in sympathy. Negotiations for a settlement have al- ready begun between the workmen's repre- sentatives and employers, and there is every hope for an early eettlement being arrived at. There are over 400 men thrown out of employment.

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"HAPPY AUGURY. 1 I

TO EVADE DEBT.I

MUMBLES VICAR'Sj FATHER.

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SUDDEN DEATH AT CWMBWRLA.I

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.

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EDGAR EVANS'S MOTHER.I

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