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WEEKLY COMMENTS. i THE news of Sir Arthur Stepney's tragically sudden death, which reached Llanelly on Saturday afternoon, spread like wild fire throughout the town, but it was received everywhere with a certain amount of in- credulity. The first impressions which the ioremost vaguely worded telegram created were, that he had been the victim of an accident on a railway in Arizona. After- lyards, that he had been run over near some station, and thus, for some time, no definite information could be ascertained. Later in the day, however, a more reliable statement was obtained to the effect that Sir Arthur, who was suffering from a weak heart, had succumbed to the effects of an excessive heat vave, which has for some days been passing over the greater part I of the United States, and everyone then realised the fact that he was no more. I

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