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TINPLATERS' WAGES.I

DIED FOR HIS SON. j

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AfVSMAftfFOftD TRAGEDY, I

A NOVEL POLICE COURT.

YOUNG OFFICER'S TRAGIC END

ROW OVER ITHE FURNITURE I

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YSTALYFERA DRUMMER WOUNDED…

r NEGROES. HANGED.

DISTRICT COUNCIL AND ANI OFFICE.

A PENCLAWDD ASSAULT*I

VICAR OF SWANSEA'S DAUGHTER…

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I MR. DAN PH8fLL8PS, I

j SKEWEN RIFLEMAN MISSING.…

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SKEWEN RIFLEMAN MISSING. I A short while ago, Mr. and Mr, A. Paul, of ti, Bur- rows-road, Skewen, received an intima- tion that their son. Rifleman George E. Paul, of the 1st j Batt. Rifle Brigade, had been wounded on July 6th list. As letters, etc., for- warded to him were being returned, the parents made in- quiries in several directio n s a r J now they have been informed that not t only lias he ¡n wounded, but that he is posted misshi, This is causing them grave a nx ie!??i6-?,?,. y aa  greaL sympathy is felt for them. This young soldier has seen home of the worst of the fighting, especially at Ypres and I at Popperinge, where he is believed to have been wounded. He enlisted in Dec. last, and went with his regiment to the front in May. He was formely employed at Messrs. Penhale's, High-street. Four employes of R. Penh ale are now serving with the Colours.

ILEFT WiFE TEN MONTHS AGO.…

I isKEWEN MA N'S WOUNDS. I

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OANONVVATKINS JONES

IN THE RING.I

I FATAL CRUISE.

FUNERAL OF MRS. MORT. LLAN-I…

[ PONTARDULAIS MAN WOUNDED.I

DEATH OF A GORSEINON MILLI…

IGAVE HIS LIFE FOR DUTY.I

I REGISTRATION WORK. I

-1 ANTHRACITE MINERS' SNSTRUC-j…

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I A CALL TO SWANSEA. i

-'I WELSH MINERS AT THE FRONT.…

IDISTRESSING CWMLLYNFELL'…

[ EISTEDDFOD AT LLANGYFELACH.…

FARRIERY AT GOWERTON.

SWANSEA SANDS TRAGEDY.

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