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I'-; ILocal Estate

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I' I Local Estate I FARMS SOLD PRIVATELY. Messrs. William and Walter James, F.A.I., conducted an important sale of freehold farms and small-holdings on Thursday at Llanelly. There were 50 lots catalogued, forming parts of the Llangennech Park and Clayton Estates, aggregating nearly 1,300 acres. The pro- ceedings were quickly over, the auctioneer announcing that most of the lots had been disposed of privately, in nearly every case to the tenants. No figures were disclosed. Mr. D. L. Bowen, on behalf of the local branch of the Farmers' Union, put in a plea for the tenants, who, he con- tended, should have the opportunity of purchasing their holdings. The auctioneer explained that this had been the desire of the owner, Capt. Morton Evans, who in each case had first offered the lots to the respective tenants. The solicitors were Messrs. Roderick and Richards, Llanelly.

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TRANSPORT SERVIQE TO PONTARDULAIS.

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I Struck by Aeroplane

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