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LLANSAMLET CHEMIST'S WILL.…

THE MAIN COLLIERY CO. 1 (LIMITED).…

ITHE LANDING THAT FAILED.I

BETTER HARVEST OF ALL CROPS…

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BETTER HARVEST OF ALL CROPS I THIS YEAR. The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries have received the following information from the International Agriculture Inst-i- tuteThe total production of crops in 1915 in the undermentioned countries are estimated as follows: Wheat in the United King- Cwts. dom, Italy, Spain, Switzer- land, Russian Europe, India, Japan, Tunis, United States, and Canada (winter wheat only) 1,383,889,000 (17.9 per cent above last year's production.) Barley in the same oountries, except India and Canada 414,411,000 (19 per cent. above last year's production.) Oats in the same countries as barley, except Japan 755,136,000 (24 per cent. above last year's production. Rye in the some countries as for oats, except England, Scotland, and Tunis 514,385,000 (18.7 per cent. above last year's production.) United States production of- Maixe 1,458,993.000 Potatoes 230,899,000 (9.2 and 6.2 per cent. respec- tively above last year's pro- duction.)

ENTERED WRONG COURT. I

WELSHMEN HONOURED.I

DISTINCTION WITHOUTI DIFFERENCE.

HIGH TIMES ABOARD. I

TOBACCO COMPANY'S DIVIDENDS.

IBRECKNOCKS FROM I ADEN.I

TUG-MASTER'S' GRUESOMEI DISCOVERY.

CHAFFERS GOLD MINING CO. I

GERMAN'S FUTILE PLEA.I

COST OF THE WAR. I

SUNK IN COLLISION. j auNK1NCOLLisION.I

MATCHES AND AIRCRAFT.I

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ILOCAL POLICE COURTS.

LLANGADOCK.

LLANDILO.

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DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS AT GORSEINON.…

LIGHTS SHOWING AT MUMBLES.

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DEPART*…

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