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I -THE -BRITISH ARMY.

ISWANSEA SCHEMES.I

"SWANSEA MENP" I.,

I" WHIJE ELEPHANT." I ,I

PLOUGHMAN'S 'DERBY.'

" LAND OF MY FATHERS.

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SENCHENYOD COLLIERY DISASTER

I SWANSEA MERCHANTS. ? CHANTS.I

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LLANELLY LAND DEAL

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LLANELLY LAND DEAL POINTED QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT. M Charles Bathurst, of Lydney Park, i ha givea notice to ask the President of the Hoard of Agriculture whether nego- tiations are in progress for the sale of three acres of Crown foreshore at Llan- elly to Richard Thomas and Company, Limited, tinplato manufacturers. Whethc-r the price of such land do. mand.-A by the Crown is E480 with the further proviso that all minerals and sub- strata are to be reserved to tin Crown, and that no reduction is to be allowed in the roni, payable in respect of premises which ir;ctiiae the above land under a lease granted by the Crown to Sir Arthur Scepnej deceased, and now vested in Richard Thomas and Company, Limited, saojtct moreover to the purchasers beard- ing the whole cost of conveyance and sur- veyor's charges. Whether such ground was reclaimed from the sea and entirely made by the tipping; of refuse from the works by the said Richard Thomas and Company, l'in,!t<;d, and their predecessors in title; ana hew, under the above circumstances, the price of JE160 per acre demanded by I the Crown has been arrived at.

I" COMPELLEID TO SELL."

MR. JOHNNY JAMES.