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ABERAVON. I

I ABESTDtfLAIS-I

BONYMAEN. I

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BRYMCOCH.I

CWMAVON. -I

DULAJS VALLEY.I

,IGLYN-NEATH. i

LLANSAWLST.I

NEATH.I

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SKEWEN. I

SEVEN SISTERS.I

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT. I

MONEY "SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS.I

DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER.I

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I THREE IN A TENT I

SECRETARY -OF PENSIONS.I

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. j

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! DISASTER TO ZEPPELINS I

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TO BE -RELEASED.j

TO SEE SWANSEA LADS.

MORRISTON GROCER.

MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I

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MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I Before his Honour Judge Bryn Roberts, at Swansea County Court on Tuesday, John Cox, Landore, sued Thos. Griffiths, Morriston, in respect of a policy held by defendant in respect of the estate of Alice Griffiths, now deceased, and of which estate Cox said he was the adminis- trator. Plaintiff was deceased's father. The defence was that no notice had been given to defendant as to the fact that plaintiff was the administrator. His Honour did not hold that any such notice was necessary. There was no in- dependent corroborative evidence by de- fendant, which was necessary in such cases. Judgment for plaintiff. Mr. G. M. Thomas was for plaintiff and Mr. D. O. Thomas for defendant.

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AT THE POLICE COURTSI ^ I

YStRA £ >GYWL^f».

OLD SWANSEA. I

GRAIN AND FLOUR TRADES. I

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