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!STRIVING FORI ;PEACE.

- I ? CARMARTHEN M!? RECORD.I

REPRISALS TO GERMANY.

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! WOM MILITARY CROSS. !

REAL SKiH COMFORT I f

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DR. FALLAL VISIT.

MiiFORD HAVEN TLIC TRAGEDY.

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MiiFORD HAVEN TLIC TRAGEDY. The Ofrtend steam n.iwter, J. Baals ifaurirx, was towed into Mil ford Haven yesterday by the steam driitor, Golden Sunset, with her steering gear disabled. The trawler was pickc-d up about 25 miles north-east of the Lougships, and it was under great difficulties that She was taken ill tow owing to the heavy beiiA running. Unfortunately, the tow warp suddenly Flipped out of the score and knocked George Knight, mate of the Golden Sunset, into the sea. Every effort was made to save him, but he sank in a few moment?. The deceased wa^; only 24 years of ar^e, single, and a native ot Kessingling, near Lowestoft. He was a popular member of ifce crew, well kno-TO an d respected in hshing circles, and many Sags were at haif- mast in sympathy.

WELSH TORMADO WVISTiGATED.

GLYDAGH J.P. BEREAVED.

KILLED m THE ?!LWAY. tIE RAILWAY.

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