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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. I…

LOCAL INT E LIJGENCE.

I BURRY PORTJQRICKET CLUB.…

THE CO CJNTY COUNCIL I - 0

RETURN OF MR. AND MRS-1 GWILYM…

LLANELLY CHORAL SOCIETY. I

FOUND DEAD AT LLANARTH-NEY.

THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. I

PURCHASE OF THE ROYALTY THEATRE.

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W.…

DOCTOR FOR MOREWOOD I S. I

DISTRICT NEWS. I

r MAGISTRATES' COURT.

THE ASHBURNHAM COMPANY TO…

COAL TRIMMERS' WAGES AT LLANELLY.

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COAL TRIMMERS' WAGES AT LLANELLY. EFFORTS TO SECURE A TARIFF. The coal trimmers of Llanelly, who are members of the National Amalgamated Labourers' Union, are endeavouring to secure a proper wage tariff for the port. Mr. Henry Williams, the president of the men's union, visited Llanelly on Monday after- noonfand conferred with Mr. W. Samuel, shipbroker, who, it is understood, represents the employers in the matter.

THE LIBERAL CANDIDATURE OF…

JENNINGS' MEMORIAL FUND.

THE TINPLATE INDUSTRY IN CARMARTHEN.

ELECTION NOTIONS. ♦

THE CRACKED SOSPAN.

I 11 A MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT…

WOMEN'S AMBULANCE CLASS.

A LICENSING CASE. ♦