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DRINK AT- SALES.-I

H ELDERLY ABERAVON STEEL-I…

! ILOUCHOR EISTEDDFOD.

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SKETTY NOTES.' I

I SAD AMMAN VALLEY 'FATALITY.…

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ISOLDIERS' WIVES TACKLE FARMERS.…

IJAIL FOR GIRL CIGARETTE I…

I BRILLIANT MORRISTON PIANISTE.…

'FERRY CHOIR'S KINDLY ACT.j

QORSEINON PRESENTATION. !

LATE MR. CEORCE WATERS, SINCLETON.

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I TREASURY NOTES.

I MAN-POWER BOARD I

I MILK AND BUTTER. I

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MILK AND BUTTER. VENDORS PROSECUTED AT SWANSEA. At Swansea 011 Monday. J.' LJ. Griffiths w at. summoned for selling adulterated milk.—^r. II. A. Hidd (depntv town clerk) prosecuted and Mr. T. C. Hurif-v (Uaiidilo) defended. » 1 Inspector W. J. Lambert said he took two samples from two churns addressed to a milk dealer at Swansea. The analyst's certificate showed that one sample con- tained 6 per cent, of added water, and the other 7 per cent. Mr. T. R. Dades', Carmarthen-road, said lie had a contract with defendant for the wiuter supplv of luire new milk." I Ðefend,ållt said th:Ü a?fter ho received a saVple^f the milk from Inspector Lambert 1, he exammed the refna?erato)' and humd a little leakage in it. He did not put any ¡ water into the milk. A line of £5 \Va;; imposed in each case. Grocer's Butter. Charged with selling adulterated butter, Susannah Clark, grocer, was also sum- moned. The analyst's certificate showed that the butter contained 20 per cent. of A\ytsr in- stead of 16 per cent. A fine of* £ 5 ws imposed.

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