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A NOTE from a writer who live,!

A NOTE from a writer who live,!

- - tenarth on Teifyside about 130 %,• a ,; ago is enough to make one water. "Salmon," he said, "is and sixpence a pound, instead a penny a fish as it has heretofore hem' TRE-HIR (Er Cot am M. M. TRE-HIR fydd mwy'n dre hiraeth—V r Wedi'r hen gannnlaeth ; [dre ocr Bydd rhodio'r t
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SOLUTION TUBERCULOSIS PROBLEM Local Authorities' Responsibilities PREVENTION AND AFTER-CARE WORK "The article by a correspondent in the it Mail stating

SOLUTION TUBERCULOSIS PROBLEM Local Authorities' Responsibilities PREVENTION AND AFTER-CARE WORK "The article by a correspondent in the it Mail stating

the views of Mr. .T. E. Toniley (president of the national conference of Friendly Societies and a gov ernor of the Welsh National Memorial Association) in regard to the Welsh tuberculosis problem ending as it does by a cry of despair that no solution can be found is really a ref
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OF WELSH

OF WELSH

CITY'S NEW LOW RECORDS FOR T.B. & INFANT MORTALITY Infantile mortality and thr• number of deaths from tuberculosis In Cardiff during 1936 were the lowest ever recorded in the city. The number of dead rats found on vessels after fumigation was also the lowest on record. These fac
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
POPULAR FOLK TUNE

POPULAR FOLK TUNE

Sung During Many Royal Visits to Wiles Sir,—Strange that the Welsh folk-song "Tra bo Dau" should have become such a than favourite during Royal visits to Wales.. It was sung and greatly admired when the Duke and Duche..,s of Kent were at Swansea last week. Bach. in 1911 it was s
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GARDENING IN 1937

GARDENING IN 1937

Semi-Tropical Vegetables Grown in Wales Sir,—Brig.-gen. Tulloch's challenge, arising out of my name being associated (without my consent) with a photograph of a head of Indian corn picked in my garden, prompts me to answer that the best cobs are not gathered from the very tall v
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A Fitter Britain Must be Healthily Furnished . . .

A Fitter Britain Must be Healthily Furnished . . .

The Government has launched the National Fitness Campaign. Newspaper articles and advertisements, the hoardings and English radio programmes, both at home and abroad, are calling our attention to various health-giving foods, drinks, and physical jerks. Correct diet and body-deve
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WORLD SURVEY

WORLD SURVEY

RISING CANADIAN STEEL PRODUCTION I based on last year's figures will amount to 65.000.000 dollars and imports to about 180.000,000 dollars. Similarly, if the increase in domestic primary output applies to the total production of the iron and steel industry generally, the 1937 fi
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRISTOL

BRISTOL

Oct. U.—There were 550 fresh Irish cattle and 150 English. No fresh quality beef shown to-day and the secondary sorts not worth quoting. Very slow inquiry for the large market of store cattle. Prices inclined to be easier, but a clearance was not made. Best three-year-olds made
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONEY MARKET

MONEY MARKET

Rally in Franc Makes Further Progress Contraction in Note Circulation By Our City Correspondent LONDON, Thursday. Supplies of money were fully adequate, and borrowers were able to obtain advances at and per cent. The banks were not keen buyers of short-dated bills, and usually w
29 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Estate of Mr. Charles Jenkins (Decd.). GLAN NANT HOUSE. PORTIL GLAM. SALE of the FURNISHINGS and APPOINTMENTS of the RESIDENCE.

Estate of Mr. Charles Jenkins (Decd.). GLAN NANT HOUSE. PORTIL GLAM. SALE of the FURNISHINGS and APPOINTMENTS of the RESIDENCE.

h.p. 1931 LANCHESTER SALOON CAR (small mileage and equal to new), 16 h.p. LEA FRANCIS COUPE, Old Morris Coupe. 16 h.p. ATCO MOTOR MOWER (NEW). GARDEN and OUTSIDE EFFECTS. TUDOR WILLIAMS COMPANY have been instructed by the Executors to SELL by AUCTION. on the Premises. on TUESDAY
30 October 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales