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IHARBOUR LIGHTS. i

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|A PHENOMENAL SUCCESS.

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Labourism.

! -Trimsaran.

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Trimsaran. To the Editor of the "Llanelly Mercury." Sir,—Kindly grant space for this my las* letter in the. next issue of your valuable paper. I ask this favour because I am great- ly delighted ar the victory gained by Mr. T. E. Davies over the ''envious incapables Be low I give these "partners in distress" a a. original and suitable erse wherewith to voice their incompetency, chagrin, and dis- comfiture. With very poor brains we entered the strife. And now \ve are sick and weary of life; Our minds from the drubbing will never be freet, That was given so strongly by good T. E. D. Before rushing into print in futtue., I would: seriously advise them to read with avidity and thoughtfulnes that beautiful, entertain- ing (0, and instructive (?) stoTy, entitled The Cruise of the Pickled Alligator," so that the nature of their remarks may be vastly improved. I am also pleased to know that accomplished but cowardly Observer" has deemed discretion the better part of valour, and declined a contest: which would have ended disastrously for him. Rumour says that when a certain gentleman has left Trimsaran an ample revenge will be taken upon my friend. It is just possible that the "odious firm" may renew their attack. but I am confident that the marvellous, awe- inspiring, and unique sagacity of Mr. Davies. with his ever-flowing, ready, adjective-pro- ducing, and volatile pen. will do the correct thing, and will make the second defeat even more humiliating than the first one.—Yours, etc.. LUR PLAY. ♦— •

! Pontyberem.

I Welsh District Councils.

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