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TRENCHES TAKEN

SWEETS FOR CENTENARIAN. ^

CHEAPER BACON AND MEAT.

IHINDENBURC - ES WEST

| MILITARY Rtt?OURCESJ ! ...

I ARCHBISHOP'S STORY.

I LAUGH RESTORES SPEECH. I

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I NOT LIKE RUHLEBEN. I

IA _GENERAL'S ESCAPEE.I

I RAILWAYMEN'S WAGES. I

TRADES UNION CONGRESS

ITALIAN AIR RAID. 1

AMERICAN COTTON CRUP.I

|MORE FRIGHTFULNESS.

ON THE EUPHRATES. I

feROUGHT DOWN IN HOLLAND]

| RUMAm'S BATTLE. I <0--

IACTRESS'S LOST NECKLACE.

IWRITING ON THE WALL.

r INDUSTRIAL FATIGUE

SWANSEA TRIMMERS. I - -0-…

i SWANSEA DOCK SCANDAL.

IGERMAN TYRANNY.

I BIG _STRIKE OF MILLERS.

I A _DOUBLE TRAGEDY.

TO-DAYS WAR RESUME ¡ (-

I HELPING BELGIANS, I

TURKS' LETTER CONCESSION.

THE WRONG NOTE. !

! LORD HALSBURY'S AGE. I

I __MR. _KIPLING FOR ITALY._I

I NOTED R.A.'s SON KILLED.

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I NOTED R.A.'s SON KILLED. It became known on Friday that Second-ieut. A. Forbes, only -on of Mr. Stanhope Forbes, R.A.. and nephew of Sir William Forbes, general manager of the L.B. and S.C. Railway, had been killed II in action. The young officer was originally in the Railway Transport, but recenly trans- ferred to the Duke of Cornwall'6 ight Infantry. Only three weeks ago he was in England on leave.

I"I DO LOVE MY WI FE."

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ICANADA AND THE NAVY. I

THE -FALLING MARK.I