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TO CONTEST CARDIFF.

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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

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WOOLWICH DISCHARGES. I

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PROPOSED DENBIGHSHIRE SANATORIUM.

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK.…

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK. f;MALL HOLDINS IN SUF'OLK.1 Replies to a circular letteir eeint out by the East Suffolk County Council to the 324 local authorities in tho county asking for partiou- lars as to the extent of existing small holding's a.nd whether there is any domand for addi- tional land, have been received. Sixty triin-o parishes did not reply; in 218 cases there was no ev:dence of a demand for holdings, and in only 37 instances was further land desired, though a few of these are rega-rded as "doubt- ful." Some of the replies are interesting. The E ai I of Stradbroke, for Wangford and j Ilerfcham par is, hen, wrote; -"Tp..e land all be- longs to me, and is lot, with t ho exception of the park and home fa.rm. I wiah there was a demand for small holdings from suitable people, but ibey can earn so much more moitey as labourers, with less work, that it is not very l'k-'ly men who understand the diffieutica ais well as the enjoyment of cultivating land will come forward, exoc-pt in a few favoured spots. Mr. Arthur Symonds, ehairnuwi of the Shel- ley Pariah Council, wwoo; -"If YOll are pre- pared to offer land and also money t.h.ere will be pleaty of demand for both. At present all the land here is occupied."

MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

I BR0UGHT0N PETTY SESSIONS.I…

CHESTER COACHMAN DROWNED.…

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CITY POLICE COURT.

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