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"DOES NOT PAY."

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"DOES NOT PAY." WAUNARLWYDD DOUBTER AND POTATOES. The question of allotments and thei, privileges was discussed at Cockett Coun cil on Tuesday at length. It appeared from the discussions that Sketty was weit ahead with the scheme of allotments, Fforestfach was anxious to come into line and wanted information as to the planting of seed potatoes on spare land, and Waun- arlwydd were easy on the matter. A member from this district said Waun" arlwydd was not enthusiastic over the growing of potatoes and other vegetables, as it did not pay. The Council discussed-the qualities of the potatoes best for late and early produc- tion, and many varieties weretaentKMted immune from disease. It was said the wart disease was prevalent in Glamor- ganshire. To help outside districts to learn the best methods of cultivation the Council agreed to hold public meetings in Fforesb* fach and \Vauniiriwydd.

CA8 MUMBLES.

-THE CONSTABLE'S "CATCH."-

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