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I CWMFELIN STRIKE. I Β« οΏΌ___…

f THE TERMS OF SURRENDER.

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"FLIMSY" rVIDENCE.

REV. S I M H JONES.

I IN SWANSEA HOSPITAL. I

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A SCOTSMAN'S GRATITUDE.I

I ALLENBY AGAIN

I FATAL BLOW.

I SCROLL OF FAME.

TO INCREASE OUTPUT.

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. ENEMY'S ACT OF REVENGE.…

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r IGIFTED ARTISTES.

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SWANSEA PLOTHOLDERS. Complaints About Pilferring From Allotments. At a meeting of the Swansea Allotments I Committee on Monday it was reported that numerous complaints had been re- ceived from allotment holders at Town I Hill re the pilfering that was continu- ally taking place there. Cabbages, inarl- rows, and other vegetables were stolen last week. It was proposed that aUot- ment holders should be provided with a card or button bearing the number of his allotment which could be thown as proof that the bearer had a right in the,! allotment field, because at preeent many people used the field as a short cut. Tins, however, wac, not earned, and it was de- j cided to feo the allotment society of the district, and find out what could be done | to prsvent the vegetables being stolen. or ¡

! FOGH'S HAMMER IBLOWS

I DEVASTATED AREAS.I

I BROKEN WINDOWS. I

I FFORESTFACH RESIDENT. I

1 E10 BUTTER FINES.

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