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-I MOTES AND COMMENTS.!

APPEAL TRIBUNAL ——II>

MUNITIONS COURT. I

SIR JOHN SIMON. I - I

THE IV.ABIP-IOGION. j

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THE CHAPLAIN'S WIFE.I ! -…

DRUNK I N A S H E LT E Fl.…

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RECRUITING iN WALES. j

STABBED WITH A HATPIN.__I

SWANSEA RUHAL COUNCIL, 1 -…

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"I STOLE THE LOT" I

EAST ISLINGTON ELECTION.!…

A PENNY TOO MUCH. !

A LI EN SAT LARGE.

DEATH OF SWAMSEA CURATE |…

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ENDANGERED LIVIS. 1 -&IJ

A LABOUR CANDIDATE.

GLYNCORRWG COUNCIL. I

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ALLOTMENT TENURE.

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' OUR MilK PRiCES

NO MILK SUPPLY.

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NO MILK SUPPLY. At the special session of the Swan-sea county magistrates on Tuesday, Mr. Ed. Harris, clerk to the Rural District Coun- cil, applied for a summons against Wm Thomas, Gellyrrastad Farm, for" making unreasonable demands" under the new Milk Order. The position, he alleged, was that the farmer had refused to sell at the price fixed by the Food Control Committer to people whom he formerly supplied. Mr, Rosser: There's no milk supply at all in Sketty now. Mr. Harris: That's why we are bringing this forward. We shall have no difficulty in proving that Gel. is an unreasonable price. The summons was granted.

COUNTY FOOD PRICES.

MALTHOUSES GUTTED.

RESPECTED IN I-LANDOVER)

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